J. G. Lang bas withdrawn from the Ger111:111 band. . Col. John L. Burleigh, of the Dcmocrat, has gone to New York. Wni. Doty, of South LyoDS, visited tho city and the Couriee office, last Wednesday. J. Ashley Keith and wife, of Dexter, spent last Sabbath ia the city with relatives. Prof. Olney will address a temperance meeting at Suimuit, in Salem township, next Sabbath. "Jack" Casemeot, of Colorado, known to many of our citizens, was in the city one day this week. Mrs. Dr. Lewitt, formerly of thia city, is to lócate in Leadville, Col , after visiting her Bons in San Francisco. Rev. F. Hoeck, who has been residing in Northfield the past year, removed with his faniily yesterday, to Albion. John Schmid, formerly of this city, and son of ex-alderman Schmid, is now doing business at Council Bluffs, Iowa. Dr. A. B. Palmer sailed from New York for Europe last Wednesday. He expects to be accompanied by his wife when ho returns in the rail. Frank F. Bassett, of Flint, who publishes the Clipper, one of tbc most mcritorious amateur papers in the state, was in the city last Tuesday and visited our sanctum. Chas. R. Pattison, of the Ypsilanti Commercial, was in the city last Wednesday, and called at the Courier office. Ho has commcnced a new building for the Commercial office. Rev. W. H. Ryder, of this city, was elected a delégate and J. AuBtin Scott an alter nate, to the next Congregational national counoil to be held in St Louis, by the conferenoe of that church, recently held in Jackson. A. C. Bliss, bu knonu as " Lon," has returned from Colorado, and says that the country is not all his fancy pictured it. He reports seeing U. B. Wilson, at Leadville. He also brought sotne beautiful quartz and silver ore specimens with him, whicu may be seen in the window of C. Bliss' jewelry store. R. D. S. Digges, advertising and subscnption agent for the Adrián Daily Times is in the city in the interest of that paper. As this is the only daily paper in the district, it may be to the advantage of thoso interested in politics especially. togive him a favorable hearing. The Times either daily or weekly is an excellent paper. D. B. Tracy, of Detroit, the efficiënt passenger agent of the C. H. & D. It. 11. , was in the city last Tuesday looking after the interests of the road, and made this office a pleasant cali.