Dr. A. L. Dutton, of Eaton Kapkls. made U8 a cali on Wednesday last. Mr. C. Latimer, who has been danjierously ill, is slowly recovering. Ed. Dull'v fonnerly grocery lucrclianton Main street is now engaged in business in Detroit. Col. Burleigh's representation of Othello flie Moore is greatly praised by those who heard him. Kev. Wyllis Hall preached liis first sermon since his return f rom Europe last Sunday morning. Prof. C. L. Ford, who bas been spending the summer at Petoskey, has begun hls leetures at the university. Mr. OeorXS II. Pond, for the last two years local editor of the Courieu, lias been ealledto the management of a fine print-' Ing establishment at Cairo, Mk-h. May prosperity go with him. Fred C. Chase, of Belle Plain, Ia., bas returned to Aun Albor to visit fnends. Mr. Chase is back just in time to keep up the bass end of the city band dnring the fair or rather to play the bass horn on which be porformi so well.