- Charles S. Millen has returned from N. Y. city whithor he went after new goods. - County treasurer Fairchild is recovering from several days confiuement, cansed by a sevcre cold. - Ex-Deputy County Clerk Wm. J. Tuite, has taken a position in the office of Register of Deeds Manly. - Cicero Newall of Ypsilanti has been nominated by President Hayes aslndian agent at the Itosebud agency. - Hon. Gouverneur Morris, Democratie candidato for Judge of the 22d circuit, was in town on Tuesday. - Messrs. A. E. Hewett of Manchester and AlbertCrane of Ypsilanti have been in town the past week attending court. - Justice Frueauff left the city on Wednesday of last week for Bothlehem, Pa., to look after the estáte of his father lately deceased. - Christian Mack of the firm of Mack & Schmid, dry goods dealers, leaves for the east to-day to purchase a stock of goods for the spring trado. - Mrs. L. Calkins of London, Monroe County, mothet of Mrs, James E. Carr of this city, is seriously ill with paralytsis, and but littlo hopes of recovery are entertained.