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('Hpt. Sol. T. Lyon, ofHowell, was in the city lust week. Eil. Milieu has gone to Farwell to clerk n u drug stort. B. T. O. Clark, of Brighton, made the Courier office a pleasant cali yesterday afternoon Ex-Regent Jas. A. Sweezy, of Hastings, was in the city for the first time in several ymn, last week. Mr. J. Uobertson, of the Wayne ('oiinty Courier, was in the city last Tuesday, and called at this office. James K. Fields, of Alpena, has been in this city and Dexter the past week visiting reliUives and friends. Hon. Charles S. Gregory, of Dexter, h.-is just returned from a two weeks' trip through the western states. Lew Wood left last Monday night for Kansas City, Mo., where he holds a position of assayer in the stnelting works. Chas. dementa, sou of Rev. S. Cletnents left lust Tuesday night tor Denver, Colorado, where he will join a surveylng party. Kev. Mr. and Mrs. Sunderland of this city, uttended the western Unitariuii -.niference held recently at St. Louis, and eacb gave an address. Palmer Stewart, who was with (ilinore & Fiske, in the book trade here sereral years slnce, vu in the city Monday. He is now witli Kichmond & Backus, Detroit. Lorenzo Davis is to attend the meeting of the Macomb county pioneer society on the Mfc inst., where his father, IĆ­ev. J. E. Davls, now 94 years old, is to deliver the address. The following item from the (uincy Herald will be of interest to many of our readers, as the lady referred to is a daughter of Mrs. W. D. Harrinian of this city : "Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Allen left for Ann Arbor on Monday. Mrs. Allen will spend the summer at her father's home, the professor will start upon his new line of business." Col. Crawford, of this city, who has reeeiyed such distinguished recognition for his services in railroad building in Jaian, lias been solicited to connect himself with the Mexican railroad, of which Gen.Grant is the president. He leaves this week for Philadclphia, from whence he goes to Europe, for uu absence of two months. It is not deoided whether lie will ivturii 10 Japan or not.


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