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Anthony McReynolds has gono to Cleveland for a short sojourn. Miss Millie S. Knowlton has gono to Vassar to complete her education. Herbert Howe, of Ann Arbor town, bas returned from a trip through Illinois. N. R. Waterman, of Bay City, was a welconie caller at the Coueiek office yesterday. M. D. L. Branch, wo are sorry to announee, is dangerously ill with typhoid fever. Mrs. Roscoe Beaman, daughter of B. Oreen, has been spending tho past week at Niágara Falls. Major Ilansoui, of Port Hurón, wns in tbe city last Tuesday, and a visitor at the Courier office. Capt. Connett, of Chicago, has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Wni. Loomis, in this city the past week. F. A. Daniels and family, of Livingston county, liave been ¦ visiting relatives and friends in this city the past week. Mrs. Sylvester Gaunt, accomi)ained by her daughter, of Chicago, 111., is visitbg her mother and friends in this city. Messrs. A. Brush, G. R. Renwick and Thos. Pitts, of Detroit, spent last Sabbath with John F. Lawrence, in thia eity. Mrs. Daniel Lyon, of Owosso, a former resident of this city, is visiting her brother, Mr. H. Bannister, and oEher friends. Rev. F. T. Bruwn left the city last Tuesday to attend the 2d Pan-Presbyterian Council, which meet in Philadelphia this week. Rev. Geo. Taylor, for several years a resident of this city, but of late stationed at Palmyra, Lenawee Co., was in the city Tuesday la:jt, visiting old friends. Andrew DeForest and wife left last Monday for the east, taking in Niágara Falls, Thousand Islands, the Rapids, Montreal. Ouebec. the White Mountáins, etc. They expect to be absent a month or more. Dr. W. C. Stevens, we regret to learn, is about to ieave our city and take up nis residence in Detroit. The Dr. ia highly respected, beinfc a perfect gentleman in cvery thing the word implios, and will be entitled.Jand will doubtless secure sucoess in his ew field of labor. Geo. Frank Itobison, of Detroit, at one time deputy county clerk of this county uDder his father, Hon. John J., of Sharon, is to spcak at a political meeting in this city on the 3d prox. It isn't necesaary to state which side he belongs to, as he liasn't ohanged his political sentiments for the better. _____


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