Mrs. Wm, Wagnerhas gone to Oliio visMiss Louise Bashford, of Dcxter, was in the city last Saturday. Mrs. C. Holmes of tbia city, is visiting fricnds in Union City. E. W. Bartram hangs out his shingle as a new veterinary surgoon. Mrs. C. Bliss is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. T. Hill, of Detroit. Mr. T. A.,Voorheis, formerly ofPontiac, has been secured as a salesman fur Joe T. Jacobs. Gillie S. Pitkin will go to Petrolia, Canada, in a few days to take charge of a dry goods store. Mrs. K. H. Wheeler, formerly Miss Hattie Lowe, has removed to Marcelona, Antri tu couoty. Miss Neeley, of Chicago, has been spendïng a few weeks in the city, the guest of Miss Addie Marsh. A. V. Robinson and J. B. Van Atta, of Salem, have gono to Illinois in search of some good equinos. We notice that tho council has advertised for proposals for the construction of a brick sewer on William street. Ed. Warden, traveling salesman for Frederick Stearns, of Detroit, is spendinj; a few days in the city recuperating. Prof. T. P. Wilson spoke at Kalaraazoo yeBterday upon " The old prophets and the new," before the Unitarian conference. Prof. Chas. E. Greene, of this city, was choien president of the Michigan Unitarian conference, in session at Kalamazoo last Tuesday. Rev. L. M. Hunt, the Congregational minister of Grand Haven, who committed suicide at Galesburg last Tuesday, was quite well known to many in this city. R. II. Marsh, superintendent of schools, of Saline, was in the city last Saturday. Mr. Marsh was the only uiao on the republican ticket whom tho oppositc party did not " clean out " last spring. Levi Bashford, the delégate froui theterritory of Arizona, to the Chicago national republican convention, is a brother of Miss Louise Bashford, of Dexter. We understand he favors Gen. Grant for President. Ilarry Clark, of tbis office, whileattempting to eater a boat at the river, Monday night, slipped amd feil in such a manner as to dislócate the cap of one of his knees which has rondored hiin unfit for work lor a few days.