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thirteen irca were ttiiplojeci in its collec tion. I rnigTit continue the citations ; Lut these will buffiec. True, w tdiall have lor pe-1 off these things bv that bill, if it .-hall become a law ; butlhM'hat these extravagant expendi tures of the Cloverument ought never to have Letrii eonitnenccd ; ami I hoM this A'l inini.strati'ift responsible for the enormous ab-JMfS that have crept into the collection tf the reven i' The hea l of the Ihparttitetit Lai no riht, under the law, to appoint in spectors; but he couM appoint clerks and tarter t.ni boatmen, and a tnousana omer officer-, and pay them the highest salary at i commit a murderous assault upon Henry Jen hisi discretion ; and under the abuse of that nings ; Moore kills Van Vort o-.tri ght in the same p.jwer tLi.Ai enormous expenditure have J city, through jealou-y ; Mvga-et Burke, an Irish (prun" up. Vcu inav go into ar.J of the ; girl of twenty four, poison the inmates of a ll..rirf.f-it iif this Cfoverniiii-nt. and YOU i boarding hoi-e in New York, and ti e land- will Cud the fame kind tf abe existiug;. Jo into any bureau in this city, raid )ou will find abuses. It requires an honest Ad ministration of this Government ; it requites a man who dares to take the repfnj-ibility of doing ri;rht ; and you may reduce your expenditures., as Mr. Jluehanan FU'.'fated in the 1 tu r I have quoted, in my opinion, $.y),0W,i!i.M); but we have tried tho Dt ni oeratic party ; we have weighed thciu in the balaiic-, ai.d found them wanting. We d not jro....-e to try thuu nain e profo.-; to thru.-tout the Corrupt, the lavish men, who now etntrol the lovtnmiei.t, and put in honest men, who will retrench in gfjo 1 e arnest ; not men who wili write let ter reeorn mending retrenchment, but men who wili t ike h'lfd anl J T!:e wi ik of it trenehntei.t. I have placed the t-xpeiiditurt of the !overiiin-nt this year at $U.tyM,i no. I know not bo;v much will be appropriated, but I know tha' if the Government pnys its debts tlii.s year, and does net have a de ficiency for the next digress to provide for. the ex j cn- s will be I ' " ,) ' . " ; but I take the b a -is of expenditure to be .", mm ,. Mii Taking it at :.", mmmus), without counting the sum of :PbOiio,uiM t,..r Cuba, in this "bill. r the iJM'U.iMMM.o f,.r the pureha.-' .f Tuba, but simply taking the regular xj :.-, the c( .t of running the institution, and the juU t truIi eongres-i-.i!a district would be I'Jo. J ; and the State of Michigan, upon the present ba.-is if represent iti..:i, would have t jay rj:),!-js, but in truth the pr poition of the rate of Michigan is over three millions of th's enormous expeii'liture for the srir.rioit of this G.ivi -mint T.t I he Strife of M:.ine pays -,!'", I-, up!i the preeiit b.t-is ; j the State l cw Han psl.ire -I i ,s ; the State of Vermont, l.'JlT, ; the Stato of M:isaehuMtts, I. I'I.ni-J ; t!,-j State of Ithode Wand. llil; the: State ot'OliKi. S- -- ' the Slate ot ludiana, 1 i'.iej ; the State of IIl:?ioi-, ?;;,;.:,s;s ; the st- te f Lwa, ?si i , and so on. It this revenue was collected by direct taxation and I w:.h it wen; t. it d for oikv ii!V wrd for it. the expenditures of this Go' rt.:o :.t wmld be redi;c d more tlian one half Uiie ihe expiration of twelve months from this day. It i lfeeause the ieo!e do net see h.'W, aud where, and when they are taxed, that the expends of the Federal Government have increased s. enormously. It would create a rebellion in ninety days from this time, if yu wtrc to send your tax-collectors around to the different congressional districts, to wrench from the piH-k(ts of the tax-payers ? l ",- (MM. They (.yM not stand it fr a day ; j but becau.- you can cover up these extrav- j agances, because you can horrcw money j and leave luture gencratMns to pay ir, t lit re things pre permitted ; the expenditures go on, and God only knows whero they will end. As I Faid lefore, we have tried t!ie Peinocratio party ; we havo weighed it in the balance ; we have found it wanting ; and wo p; p"-e in 1mi., to take possession of this Gyvernuicnt, and not have Cuba, either. Collision- lu Str Mint- rt utit 1. 1 1 l.osl. Cincinnati, March 2'.'. The s'.caiuer Nat Holmes, bound from Pitts, burch to St. Louis, with 15' passengers, mostlv fiiiigrants for Pike's Peak, collided with the Ita-j vid tlibson, fouud from New (rl. ans to Cintin-1 ' nati, with a caro t f sugar at.d mol.tssc--, oppo- site Aurora, Ind.,list night, and both sunk. The cabins floated down the mer; li or are sunnosed tobe lost on the Natl lohiieS. One ac - I 1 ,i.,-. 1 count Sivs onlv atKtut t o saved. The David Gibson had but few pa-scn-crs ; all Biinnosed to havo been saved ; two or three of thc crowd are missing. Ihe Gibson was owned here and value J at IS,ooii; insured for two thirds of that amount. The Holmes was owned at Pittsburgh and valued at 10,to. Collision on the SortH Itlvtr. New York, March A collision occurred last night on the North River near Hastings, between one of the Albany steamers and sloop Stephen Raymond. The Lit tor punk instantly, taking down her crew consist ing of three men who weie all drowned cap tain, Elijah Coukliu, mate, Peter Patsd, and W. Ilogan. IIkaVY ArKLtCTiONS. Since the beginning of the present month Mr. Thomas Vance, of Lyn don, Me., has buried 6ix children. The disease which thus swept away ne.uly a whole family was typhoid fever of a very malignant type. " Miss Margaret E. McDonald died in Hardy Co. Va., on the 9th int., Wing the lr'th member of her family including her parents who have died in tho last five months. Only one sister now remains, out of a faintly of ulcveu. Anotukr Fatal Accident. We have receiv ed the painful intelligence that another fatal ac cident happened in our vicinitv last week. We Ul,ucr?uuai....uui.,.,,i.e " " ia r:t!,l,lrroUlrn from pre rivers a maa o me- na.ue- .'i huduiukiu, 111 ai- tempting to cross the Chippewa rivcrin a catiiv, just above the d un of the Indian mills, in Isa bella county, was carried over the dam and drowned. Mid'anil St htind, J.v '22. DistONTiNriD. The post-office at Emmet t, this county, has been discontinued, by order of the General Tost-Office Department. All mail matter passing through tho Battle Creek office wi'I be e'efained here for delivery. Battle Crrek J'fer$onhm, March 2.. Grapes. Wc learn that sevetal vineyards ia and abut town are to be started this year, the great profit on grapes having induced quite a number of our citizens to invest ia that 11: e. Kalamazfo Ua:tttft March 2o. Well Don. ScmtoLtRArr! We are inform eJ by Mrs. McNair, that she has received from Mr. Henry Bishop, of Schoolcraft, ll collected by he-r far the Mt. Vernon fund. AV(i x:t,o Gazette, March '2t. Err ort East. The Detroit Free 1'r'nt gives with great glee the result of the trial of Tyler, for the murder of Jones, x follows : 'The trial of Deputy U. S. Marshal Tyler, which has been in progress during several days past in the L. S. District court of this city, concluded last evening, the jury returning a ver dict of 'involuntarv manslaughter in the com- mission of an unLawful act," with a reconirnenda-! tion to tho morcv o! the court." Areor.TiE5T. D. L. Pratt, Es-i., of this vil lage, has been appointed by the Governor one of the Trustees ct th Michigan Asylum for th Itj tane. WlltJ.de StanJtrJ. LAN'SIN'li STATE REPUBLICAN : ! The epoch of blood is by no means ei.de 1. Another -k adds it- contribution to the sa:i- primary te. Johu Jennings in New York, 'lv nu i FaTt.-tte Ki'hinv.n the wrir-r. aid. Martin (u!aqher of the curr.e city fit'Iy :ab William iJ'iekhma:! ; to New Yoik -olieetiien kill Hernard K rilr- n ; ( harl.-s J. Siurge, a cake aii l coffee dealer, is kille 1 hy John Ofro mer, in tLe Ilowery; DavM J. Cos 'it, an auc tioi.eer in the Howery kills hiais. lf ; a schoolboy in Greenville St. Blahs, his playmate. Horace Morse of Loekport, 111. shoots Lis son; AlhaiiU ISi'.la.aa is savatrely riiiinh rcl ia Saa Frur cifco ; a church is rohh.-J in Ha'tin.or, a:iJ a jiriist nearly killed; a row takes place in Ilol on, Kai.nas, ft-i J thrie lueii are killed; Miry A lit. Siivdrr, n ;ounr' 'i; 1 of ', is killed at Al hasiy by a i.am.-d Osdia Matr., while at tempting ahortioi), a woiii.iri is shot Jtn in S't. Louis .-ta:i'li::jr ia her o'.vri dor way by Warhin t'liK, a tii.ii. ! rl.vt .i'. D-.L-lj r.. !,- in a di.-repuiahle affray ; Mr. John CL.ik, of Dttroir, is brutally h-;iu!o d aii I his Iiomj ai d thuinb bit tea oil', by three Ii ir-l.inc-i' ; Neultr is shot by a iuia:i Lear Ir..-en II ty ; Mrp. Ann ili::k!ey, ot St. Ta'il pois-inis her JniMi:.d at .-'t. I'aul ; Mr. T. Hee l of Abii.toii M.s , is lohbe l U!i l left for d .eit a oii,;ti) is friht.-ne I to d-':i:h ut St. Ants, (.'. V., by a bii:id of rowdies. Kreia i-.u eftiii"::ati"!i of eiirrei t liews, 'or ruoie t!.;ei t-:i ear, we ' 1't-ve that l. i period of that time, eij'ials th.- t f..r ei inie. Oiiif eol'.iiuei'u- ei .se to the pleva!-l;cc tf ci is the d details, ly the i-play .e:d proai'iitrn e' pivea t its ii irratlve uiid pietotia! iilu-tra'.ious of lh.' we-i'kli.'s. Thi-e papers, lalllni; i:it tlie hiiiids i-f the yoM.i:, the ini'i.-itnieti-!, and the i:.-!iri:ic;p!ed, aetltii." t p i;: ,-rdeiit natures, and l!-rtil to d morals, without doubt, ii.eite to eriiiie, th.: very e-!.it and ptibiieiiy of which act i ; rotnt'i-'.s.i'ivi s. f. r ! :i I L'ti uilti v a.i 1 disraee i'i Thcie exi-l-i :i crook' d principle ia hitman :;i'.'.:re whieh induces smni; men and w- uu-u t imltito i.s. ne suit id.- of a iioro-li-e- many, and t:i-Sickles, odiieiil l.iur or tie. in a tiotis i h.nacii r, p leis ahe.'tdv II.. K3 a:.il M.i.lei tmlit), The Iluejtns (hi.,) i:,r th.e lartie-1 nlars of a tpieer Siekl.-s affair, wherein a me-r tliaiit detectoig his wile tunning awny with a ( .liiei r, cuts o!V his ear, ji ,-kets it, as well as tlu di-praee, tucks his wii'euiider his aim, and takes; tier liome. SiiKi.f s Rei.o-.v Sr.ur..-. A taMe waiter oa tilth avenue, detecting hiswiloiu frt--r-'Ji!i-ti, goes at Iter panmou. witii a carving knife, and mars his fae.-. Sit ki ls;n Pi. vek OnSuniay, neitr L.e.bur?, Yd., a slave 1 .sined Sam, belonging to W. II. ('rav, ilehb. iati !v shot nr. I killed Rill, a slave of .1. I. Wildma I: appears f:o:n a h tt. r in the 1 .1 . ir, that ltd! paid attentions to a I wh, a ! w months .tg-i, mirried ! w'i.int.xi , Lo!o,, j w,;l- s un. Sickles in In: j-.i.i.ijher et K 1. V Mr. Rm-c, a newspaper una hee, ia the province of 1. di .1 his wi!e walking witli h.-r nar- amoui- in tiie street, icpalred to his house, pro cured a doul.h-'.iru led gun, and deliberately shot both the d. hi:. ;u T' is w is Making -hurt work of it. A 1'a.nnv Scot. -k StciciF's. At R.itigor Me., an honest Sco'ch -ho, maker lii-evered his wife and a perfidious i:ei;hbnr as they houl d not be, and, in-t.M.d killing tie m oa the spot, drarsed them to a table and compelled them to sign a conges-ion, with nn agreement to pay the ex-pcti-o of proem itig a divorce. A Spade am miovf.i. S: ki ts. John !Ien- lnx, a labour. -f Rockland, N. V., for several pSst has been hiboi ing under the most ia- I tense excitement ia consequence- iff an alleded. excitement m conse.jueiice of an alledged, or real intimaiv tweea his wife aid one James j KveiH. ilendtix claimed to have sati-Iied himself ' f ,, , , . J t .- ,- , . . lot tfie delllHi'.ICIieiiS of his wile about a week j AZ' en he broke tip Lou,., keeping, prepared j himself with a double-barreled pistol ami w ent 11 pursuit t Evans, for the purpose of " vindi- eating his wounded honor' itccording to the most approved r iles adopted bv eet tleinen ia ditlicultics of that character. He found 01.lv his en ing wife, "poke to her, nrid then kissing I daughter, bidding her to be a food girl," ttmi bidding his wife adieu, ho walked out a few paces in front ol the d-mr, and, ia the presence of his wife and child, discharged the contents of tl pistol into his brain, when ho A 11 lifeless. P Ike's l'tui.. Parties are still genius under way f.-r Pikes Peak. The Marshall S'atrnui'tn tells of ten or fifien, who were to have left ji-sterday. The Allegan Jour'ni! says that J. G. Lamoreux and Mr. Brooks, of M.mlias, Jam, s Dawson, of Alle gan, a yout'g Mr. Odc'.I, of Trowbridge, besides quite a numberof others, heve left for the Ibt-kv Mountains El Dorado. Some others are making preparations to leave for Pike's Peak at an early day. Of those returning, the Chicago lit rat i te'hs of two young tieti from the r.cighborbool of in.isu.tiC, .men., tnrougii t.'iat c:tv J ut week on Peak, brlns'nir witii them ls,oont the result of a si-, mcnth's sojourn ia that country. They propose retuniing again soon. But the 7',''.. .(.' StauJtr l says ; As the young men' spoken of above, have not reported themselves in this vicinity we think there mu; be some mistake." Co 1. 1. Kiit at Adrian. It is a fixed fact that there is to bo a College at Adrian. Th.e i;.o( tor gives the following as the names of Trustees: Messrs. Dr. D. K. Underwood, Hon. L. G. Berry, Hon. P. C. Beaman, Henry Hart, E.i., E. L. Clark, Es-ip, W. II. Scott. Es.p, Trustees of the stock subscribed in this city, and Rev. W. U. Brewster, of Cleveland, Ohio; J. S. Watts, M. D., Grass Like, Jackson county; lion. Ethel Judd, Adams, Hillsdale A. Co., Rev. S. P. Rice, Adrian ; Fitch Reed, Es-n, Cambridge; Rev. John MeFMowTii... I .vni. on the part ot th.e Wesleyan Methodist Society he'd a meeting on the Cd inst., and arranged a plan of operations highly satisfactory to a!!, ar.d no time w ill now be lost ia the erection of the building, whose ar chitecture ar.d appointments will be of a Ligh order. A "Pleasant" Emtii:itio. Pleasant M.I Mask, who in at tiered a vourg !a lv at Hollv Sr.rinrs V;j nnr...l ..n Vn.tir c i.. T'..,-. , . .1 " at tie Gen. Cass. Gen. t'a.ss was taken seriously ill, on Sunday week, with symptoms of apop'ciy. GLORY ENOUGH! -ft .TlartinN llajorily in Ian in? Tou!ihip mid llietirstvoteoi tne city o, i.ansmg .or u.v rigut. 1 i.e jepuo.n ai.i en i..i-ii.. ......- - pood day i battle for the can.- on Monday. It waanan ngt.i, wua o and long will be rememb. red by friend, and ni, 8. The true men ot the three wards v,ed with each other in ilo.ng their devoirs for t.ie dag and .1 . .. ti . ... 1 . l : . .,.o...i . .....t me piauurm. 1 ,ie uooie- 1 11 si iu.h-'i m.-.-v unexpected majority for the Mayor, fur, great as the strength and popularity of the candidate w as known to be, it was hardly expected that out of more than two hundred votes tlie Locofoeo can didate would be reduce I to the pittance of forty. The Second fought gloriously for the cause, giv ing theJLocofoco candidate tor Mayor, after all his boasts, only to inajoiity in his own ward, with a clear lb -publican majority for every other candidate oa the city and w at J tickets. There wa good woik done 1:1 the Thud. This is a ward giving two hundred vo!.s and upwaids, in which the I.oeofoens claim 1 Majority on the stiaight ticket. The I.oeofoco candidate for M.ivor received a majority of 11 all the itst Iiepubhcan except Constable and Junico. Theie was work done ia this ward, as the elec tion t f two Republican Aldermen proves. Republicans of Michigan! your citadel is safe in the strong hands of bieiids, and your tla IhmU proudly fioin its iinpregnablo wal low we giro ci'v returns : l!e- . llief .I t. Vav .i . Ii Kn.Mi.Vr. . 1: 1. r. t 1 1. I;.. Iri-:. I 'il. r M. 1V-S.-I r.i.in. : i r I Al i-i a;.-i, li N ''- '"r " t..tlv.-,i.i... i- , M.i.tci, l 1.:. -' . l-.ii.-. . I. ,r, IV;. H.-J. I :,.-. 1:. r..-,.. s lSllfT. l . T". I'ariii. . .In HellllOi, Ji:-t c l ii. l. ii-t. !!;.. ., Cli . f J . -:.. e n, A1J.-I n. i 11 . il . . K. t, , li 1,1,! Hurr. i. township o The Township of I.a Repuftiic.i-i on Monday, ioritv for Martin, and tie ItNSINO. i'vr went thoroughly :"ving thiity-nine ma. in R. Everett, Rep., Supervisor, by 1J maj-wity, and every Republican Township office! . Wi lldme old Lansing. m: k:o! is. As at the last elc ti n, the Township of Mo ridhm elected a Locof. .eo Sujn-rvior by one m i- joitt v. l he poils were clue I filtei-a minufes be fore the proper tim. exchi ling three Republi can voters, who reached the polls before th pn per hour of closing. uf.lta, eaton cofsrv. .such returns as we Lave received make it cer taia tlrat Eaton was up and d .ing oa Monday. Martin received 31 maj .rity, and the entire Re publican township ticket was elected by majori ties ranging from 2' to I . There Las been dis affection heretofore ia Delia an. mg the Republi cans, but when they pull shoulder to shoulder, as they did oa Monday, there is t o f . ir. r...i.K. This Township gave Martin 1! mnjuriry, a;.-l elected a Republican Supervisor by I. WAituro-A . This township give a ru ij irity of ihirty votes for Martin, and the Republican township ticket. WilLiAVSToN. Th: town went Loeoll.co as Iis-J'tl. Mrlj iritV for Fchh l i-LU I. This Egyptian town keeps up irs iep;;tti..n. Thirty-four majority tor IV L I:. ONEIDA , EATON Co. fce.u bl tea -i ii '' r .' ' .1;, Mart Smith J.J.nsin. , Snifrvi-.r 41 The Locofoeos made up a Union ticket, put ting cn Repubh'cxr.s for Clerk, Treasurer and Commissioner of Highways, aa 1 den were beat en by majorities ranging from thirty t fifty bv the straight Republican ticket. Al.AlEDoN. This towhship gave one majoiity Locofoeo fi r j a;iporv!or, VKVAV. Thi township gave 40 Republican majority. ST0CKrf.:Di.F, April J, ls..o. Rt rus HeSMFR, Esc.. : Dear Sir : i our towrislrp cdectioa yester day, the entire iiepubliean ticl the following majorities : t.-orr Mr n.Cbirf Jus-.i,-.. t was elected bv i i i , l'u:irti JIcS.ecz;e, ?L-r. isr . Ira W.- .1. I. Crrk Jest-j-b D Ke--t rs, Trrasiirer lc r S. Or-c-.rjr. rsoho. ! !nr - 'r n Ra'.l.H .-htrt.T C m'r . EUra li-.j W n-. J-.isncs. t'. I jc? . 'nr-fn 1 f I eor. " m. I r - hn Sc .t . . . . c--ab-. r. r. 1 v I n ! s--:; ,Ni.t lienrt u-an !y bhrtrj- .jut-'tR'n 1 t i.r!i :.- l ;J ' "j , I i-j ; .",1 ; We have do mua oetitr trmrs we 1 a,i nv rean to espe , and decidedly better thaa a: j any previous t. T.h;p election for several years. . 1 ours trcly, . 1 iiCnr- Tl,J' J Political Pp. omisFS. "At lover's perjurit. Jove laui'hs," and "political promises are nude to be broken." Out of the debris f the cam- pairn of 1 C0. t!:e Albatiy Jo-im-i' fXT.h.I;; f-v;r promises of Bjthat.an, viz: That he u-il 1 have the ii.-tliutior.s of Kar.s.is in the l.a:- N of her s,.t:h rs: th tt he would build a IW P-.t-l t. the P.tei:ie; that he would p!.td-Ien t: e t! e ho::;e of the laborer, at h-a-t in i'en:;ylva:.:., by Proiee-t-..T- at-.l that he would iruard the Nath'tia! i ! with :rict ccoromy. K:l!.-as is t:'.I kept OUtS.ie t.:e .: - eC:.Ue she refuses Slavery; the firt !!:;; t.-t been tur;.-d o:i the Paeifie Itail U-ul: ti e P.-:,r svlva ria laborer liads by t!. d.-feat of the Tarit. that he ha- Von duped; aud the t-.tpvti iitu-e ot the public reotii-y has .en duublei!. A Oh-.e or OshaMsT-. Tne ;.- -t W i-hi-'oti, has !.... the eouf:J-,ee of Iluchar. - an. as it l-ng tut .10:10 t.'.at oi eciy oo-.y t.-. Iluzhes and Johnson are to i-tirc, at.d tt.e I res idetit's shadow, II iwTt.an, is to take the chair, and to become the o!h r. Wendell, the contrac tor f printing is thtrcby relieved of a burden of i ihiO per annum, which it has cost him to sustain the concern. Uowmaa was brought from bciioul, ; j;ortJ fr tht?lll ia j,ri)V:0:i,; where 1 e was a small editor, to W ashmgtoii to j w,,, yl l4C, t) p iV0 xm pul,r;.l, these reward him for his ubscrvioncv to Puehanan, ; Cd, for the ben. 'It and was made t'l.mn.is-iotier of Pubhe ii.;ild;f:i:. ; , , . , ,e ... ,...,!.., ;,, ; .? att,.rwar!, Wcm supenr.te:..iet.i 01 punno : prailll.tr, aiM !, lie occouie" pro,riei"r u.ii j T,r:I;t.:,,ai (-d.lnr of the I'nln. This urrange- j inert Lnng. t:.e t,,n ate, tt.e i res.ueiu - j ciu9vr together, and hereafter, the Pre-ident wnl j regarded as if editor. A man who b'ows h:s J llWn tn,.,1.1,.t OL!;t not to rompla'n it it is tut I .. . . Wt ;j 1,.,, n ( Pool, ioi; liiK Mink Edmund Raike said, Taxes for education are like vapors, which ri-e onlv t-. descend agiin, to beautify and fertilve the earth." The Slate 1 f Ohio acts up statement ; she appropriates about vj the purcha-e of school apparatus, a:iJ M this to for lier sc!iMil librarie This is rai-ed bv tax of ov.o- t. i.th of a mill oa the dollar of the entire proper- family in a suffering Condition." tv valuation of the State. Hon. An-on Smith, I suppose that Mr.Kollett may have sent these State ('oiiimi-sioner of School.-, concluded a d 1 athd.ivits to nie, thinking that I w ool 1 feel woun tract with the Mesr. Appletoti, of New Voik, lcl by the icmarks of the Fr" l'r-s in its to fupply the State with her library book- for j comments oa my letter publ'she l a few we hs lSu'.'. Acc.tr.lit.gly, all the bee space oa the sine-. That paper u-d language of this import, floor of the immense -.ilrnmti at Appl. ton's, is now oi piled s upied bv en at masses of these Itooks, idiy like bricks, ready for packing and shipment. Ia bulk, they measure oyer -jr. solid j cords, ami thev weiirh i tuns. 1 I r.tiTiN.. I.ii.fr.u.. Th Wa-hif.gton l',n has made up in mind to be magnauimou-. I'-tj once, and to allow ail parties to ei joy the light "peaceably to a-semble," for the iin pi sc of con-j sult.ttiou and action it is even iiu litie l to allow the cijoymei-t of this privilege to those whom it feats as of no party. Perhaps there is a !Lrht tinge of irony a delicate .-hade of mo isM in the following paragraph, toward- Forn. y and his h 'lends : "It is umpii .-ti.ni i'dy the light f tlie j'e-oph-of Pennsylvania to uiei t ia convention. The Ameticiins have done so ; the Republicans hac done so; the I'einiM-r icy liave ih.iie .. ; uud now. If thev can alien d to pav the i xpense, e in-i.-t that the political vau'rauts and disappointed a-pi- r:mts for olli. e sliall in- jiciim'ted also to have a Siate meeting. Thec il! ind'c.tti s upea opposi tion. It propos-to re-i-t the f'ede.-al adminis tration; to jirot. st ;i;.in-t the a-'tion of the ,-. eeu'ive guvernment ; todimaeo the Ien.iM-r.itie j-aity ; to sustaru ale! uphold its , xit-n.-I. s and promote their fortune." I-' iT A BlUsT. Tl." follow ing LiajT'Dig the Detroit ' V'.v. wou'l inip'y t shade of tiiun ph, :.! ! g.- i-i ihe lo t th;! enitn.-r.t is '.ro't to iepe: d npoa ihe f.ni.e of I. od carriers for etedit t- e:rry oa its .tis.-, is something that l:-;body but th-V'.v-v would ev. r think of boasting .-1' oit hea--ken to it : 'The woik on tin- new r.ost -office buildi Irotu -h-ht . "iio Pitt lesumed ye-teniav, ia aeeordanee with diteition, i 1 revived iioni the Supei'iateiident, Mr. Jordan ! ! w ho Went to Wa.-ii'..gtori to -Ib-i t an art. .!.'..- rm lit 1 1 y which the men tu:-ht le- kept it. employ- ; llielit. 1 l.o.-e eiupicve I i.!i t 1 OUI propositions to the gov ci t:;net t, tntou Mr. Jordan, bv w hleh thev butmd them-elve- to win k until the first of JuW whhout lii.awii upon ti e public fund for p '.v." 'It IS 1!!K EitlsT SlKf i;tT Ce:-Ts. " I t is the f.i -t st-. p that t"st-," s rys the ). 11 It prov erb, and truly it 0 witii the Dud Scott de-ci-ion. That it famous pi Inci; le, ;:s it .amities itself abroad ir. to ihe afhti-s of hfe, becom. more poisonous to justice, :t- it Cieeps.e.wstd. It h is no.tr ma h- it iteces.-ary i r the D.-pi tment of the Interior, arid the Land Bare 01 at Wa-h-imrton to tlecide th .t a man with Abh-nn blood in his veins, cannot bccni" the -re"M!jtor public lands. The outrages upon common sense and ctntiion ju-i". , hav..' on! bee iine to be ;ip p irent, gr ow ing out of this s.oi... D-c l Scott de cision. An EtCEMKie. Cat! L'ng'.it g, n German prin ter, a wanderer over tie? world, bani.-h.-d from Baden for complicity i:i the scenes of 1 !., a volunteer ia the Mexican' war, wounded and dis tigured at Ruena Vi-la, founder of the first Ger man paper in San Ei.mcisco, heavy ti.ig. diau at Cincinnati, scholar, P' t, n.u-tc! in, and jourrrev- lnau piinter anywiiere from Eastp.ort to New' rleans. died la-t week at Detroit. j D;stn.R;.r. The young man. Leonard W. MeKiiit.ey, who was arretted at St. Johns a few weeks ago on a charge of abstracting motley f-om a letter in the p ist-odh e at Eaton Rapids while acting in the capacity of deputy pn-tnus-ter, has been discharged, there being noevitlet.ee aga r.st ! lia bv which he could be held. fiootj News. The Clinton h' ub'i-a t learns from a reliable source that !v htn lre-l t.,t,s of the improved "T" rail has arrived at the big Ker shaw from London, and is now being sent over the Detroit i Milwaukee Railway to Owo-o, for j the Amboy, Losing and Traverse Rav R.tihoa h A. 1 iiEsr at OinovA. Ales. Miln-, a son of C K::-T'' W-'1 ' the !a-t s.-ssion of tht Robert Milne, of Allendale, was dron.-d ia the ! L,'eV?;rur"' ,!" ir i-''AXoui oa the I'.-t't. Grand River on Friday. Hiram liteh rf theu!t-' H" f : Tieas irer. G...-.rgo Reason : frig rorthind, Lad Lkull frac.nred at Gra:. i j '""- c;rk' 0. Foutch: Srer-ty. Hav.-n on Saturday. j L't' r:r'?!'t : K-ir'-'.er, Milton B-a die y : Pro-.,. j cutlsg Attorney a il C. C. Cornrnis "oner, Ntls..r Tavks. The rut.tiao ,Ar.-..v,:.o wart s all to M -sher: Ju lgo of Probate, iV-rv II. E-tee : prepare to pay their tases, a:. 1 ral- s t! liumb-Jg cry 0 le-avy Mate taxes tax payers, lot.k at the column healed Statu Tax on the a sesstrietit ro illd -to w hat Ti Fatal C:kci mc:s!ov. The Ie;r-.it 7W '..? is infornie 1 that the Jewish rite of cTCutr.trsiuii JS per.orine i upt-n aa n.iar.i cr.nain t. at nty a few days slr.ee, which, unfortunately, rf suited in the chilis bleeding to death within a few hours. Trancf. The body of v;ss Bra !y, who is supposed to Lave died in Norw ich, Conn., cn the lgih nit., still re.calns as at List accc-ur.tr :l a state t f perfect preservation although kept in a w arm and comfortable rootm to be ia a trar.ce. 'sed ! At thi Point of Death. The N. Y. A" sav? t: al Senator nort?hi. who was m that ertr s' on Tuesday, receive I a te'i-g-aphic -II--; itch from j Washir.rr.oa ar.30uncing the ir.t-jHigence that his son Robert wa5 lying at the point c f death. . r :.? l.rj ul Suffei Inj; In Slotilc nliu. Mr. Kmiih; : I set.d joa two ath davits nude i i:i due f rm by a Notary Public. ai-l sworn t ' and ab.-cribfd by 4i hei is of families repte , trif.Z over 7" 1 p.T-:.-. Thee allid ivits have been f rwardi-d to mt f.orti the co rity t f Mont- ; calm, by Mr. M. P. Kolktt. a highly respectable z -title::;.in t f Pair Plain. Sab-e-ii'.ed t 'n .;t ti livlt are the name of heals of fmi:ie. re pre. s-t.tiiijj -i-.-T per.-:iS. w':iv --ate on oath that iAfv a' (ft'in i u u-'fil'.n'e '' i-n aal have i;o meat'. in their ia -1 m of pri-curinj them. . tt.iched to the other a!li davit a-e the r.aau s of .',4 l.ea.N of families, repn - r.tln : -7- pt r-o::. w lio that t! t o! I'rii. ' vi-i..n, b-it that they have 1 If.. ,1 r.- Il,, t. m .1 r;. , and no ne an last it is beheVi .e j rovlsinus the of ib d have have. t :i;liir; t!it.n, lh),, 1 ;. ... r..iV;Vt.,i t ; f ...... fe.,.uvJ )V th.. State. Mr. 1 oil. tt says ia a :.ote acconipar.yin thes, papers :.s tollows : " The figures opposite the 1. anus show the number ia each fami'.v. I think that there is not one third of those that hae been here with certificates, that have made forthev have learned that tiiere is nothing , .,. . f),rth tlu, ,ut..nent that i there was destitution ia that county, and if ti..r .Vim' ! tie aur ibf Tih ntv of tirovilors cou!,n,c t for hhor at ai:v time : Also benef.tof the Cato P. M., who made the f ,, . iU IVtro;t Fr V. f . . ! atarcn loi.i : I wish to state that there is not any suffering j ia northern Montcalm. The vara that is going 'the rounds, purporting that the pioneers of these ! northern counties are ia a sulYeting condition ; and a starving set. is all bosh, hutnas, and aa ' insult to the people 1. -i ding her. . I, sir, am j personally acpiainted with neatly every man ia M uitcalm couu'y, and do not kn.ov of a single (I have not the article n-e.v bef.ne m M "II j Mr. Swift is an honest man i:e inu-t beaerv 1 w eak one." Rut if my friend F. llett entei tains 'iy saich idea, he 1- tm-taken, for that thrust was made with such .1 ulil'jttf ham! and so a wcopim, as not to produee he slightest unpleas- M-X sensation. :H. W. SWIFT, The affidavits w , re una t.-idably crow d-d out. y., j, ,. . . iihik i s Cm ri Mnat t.ls. Ju-tiet It is iur opiniuii, that il" the ladle who gt.t up tin tableaux patty, presumed to ex hibit scenes from any book with width you are not familiar, ar.d therefore could not undoi-' ad, it ia a good pound for demanding back the two shdlii g admittance 1. e. Suan If von don't get JeM-rs from vour Na thaaas oltetias ovi wish.adlress Mi. Hiilt,t!i!ifW potma-ter g; iieial, personally he La-aerced 10 ! redrc all gr icai ces if Nathan has got another .-weel-heart, the D'-p.ii tment is liable .ettainly, as it is double-s t.ii!i2 to not getting your L iters rer."ila: the on v m;sf e tnoe i-, that the Ie ). irtmerit i- bu-t-rd. Rival I: is our piivav .ini-)a, pub'ie'y cx-d-.-s-e.l, that if I..11 vng s'l.ii.ld put ii. a lival ellim to W.t-iiirti n. to called "ihe eitv of Iti ic'.lli to her. R:.nd..;: i.-t.m that tl nrt'.' liiat it uo 11 1 be awal ded 1. .ul ! be no fear of John .1 his ;.:-ie 0:. that ji- i.-IU . I ..li i -the ' i I,. I" the c:-e pop man who t his 11W Ii nl id. Was e bi-fol. Inak. til the 1 1 ' It-t jt.i half thr..'i-.'h, but we thi: 1 1.; claim to tivc tho l-.oid- we can Mr-half ad L'etS Aii, and th" liiaiee v -.. 11 theRiil J. JVefsoi In t.pii ic't y tu did the fair hit g !.'! tei.ii 1 vtir poliiie.l I tiiteiplcs ugivst. c i th tt x.tu -houM vote the t-ntir" Locofoeo tick et, but vou .'.id i't like the iii.-n, therefore you lidwiilto like from them money ei.,UL-h to make th" candidates e-i'ial to g'tod men, :.n 1 il if V bodv .ifte! waids g:tVO Vll'l SO Ill Jl'h W hlskt-J as to make you foritet your agreement, sue then: for eiicn.a. hhig on y ur r'ght of bee suffi age. t!.!i-.;..;js A bloody 1, use, and :i bhuk eye, form prctt v g od j.ri'iia ' evidence that you voted, and that sotn, l.o.Jv else did not u-e your n iti.e in your ab- nee. I 'eSiioer.it Ti.e in.-ei I ion of yoi.r name ia the toa n-hip regi-tty do, s j , it tie, ss.nily eon. pel will to vot; tt.e bepuhlican to'ktt, though in our opiuioa it Wt.lild be the bett.-r Wa t'011-.el, -ia--- If yiar tit i.-hl.oi -tstsf in b-.-ing .1 m. tl,o.li-t w Due ton an- not. -too j.-inii farms witii him. Sep'ileh: e The monument to kemos i to be constructed of maple sugar, d ei's tallow and plug tobacco, ia equal parts. Jert boj'n If you found pot trv. in Jera-haV waiting-book that vou cannot understand, take it to a regular poe'. Beginntr It is rather tailv ttt j.Imio b at.S Vet. Indian Mi hio.i.s New Voikerson tie on the Rale route, IN TtiK I'l ISS. A J. II ty :r wav t Ciilif.r ina, . aid bv Ir.d' teams destroyed, near :., 1 (a"!. and the following pet sots kill -1 Frank R obi son, of Net Y.e! George An iersor;, Mc Kane, Miss Kincarid. Crui-e. Mi-s Brown, littl- ghh MtGowan, an Irishman, latelv ft Biugh-Ti. an. wife 11. d fee Mrs. Armstrotrg. A iittle Miss Brown, -i-t.-r f ti c th- In.!; in, died from fright. 1 MI I-i n d b Isl- KI.I.A CofNTV. Tie' R.-M.blic.i'.s of thi" t Ccron. rs. Willa-d Stuart an I Thomas O vf- 11. Law S.. i:ool at Ann Ap.hor. A sch.-m f. r a Law School at the Ui.irerslty was ad..pt-d by the Kegt.ts last wc-k, to take efn.-ct in ctober. The f lloalr.g choice a male of Law IVofvrv sors: Charif-s I. Walker ar.d Jam s V. Campb..!', t f Ib-tro't, and Thomas M. Cook f A bio. r.'.iZK Ei'JtiT. Aaron Join:, the English train tr of the Betiicii B iy. h is sent a challenge or. his own acco jnt u jom Siyer, the pres-nt thai.pio!, of Enghu-d. for l,t-M and tie- cham P.W!:. P.tr.AorAV. A Buenos Avrts letter of Ja:i. z - ir.fortr.s th.i r.r'that there iJ a p.V.abi'i'T of t! ie pear ttlemei t of our Pa-ag-rav d'tf.- j r..i-.. v T,-r tr.-..- c. v.. - rt. dh.t 1 is I bv the t , J. r'. -.it:A oth- r R. publican rar-ersof Indiana k arm fi ite f,r Speaker of th- i.ext LIous-. The Ia.-i.dcn Tii u$ oi course ha its say upon the Sickles atlair, but in a condescending tene it s ivs : With ihe recollection f"ir t'rcssweii's cli etits helore our eve. e are not about to tly into paroxisms of miious indnativin bccaue ia the 1'i.ited Sta'es. ns elsewhere, w n.an is some- L-s frail, aTid man pel cra'lv v iiii cn is ..re i't ad ai'es a:..! ol a. Was1. it -ti.n s'orv a! cut M ceunti -.es, and and Mrs. Sick les au i Mr. Key nrht at a:. y iven season find its eiun.terp.11 1 ia the scandalous chronicles id any of the Iluiopeau eapitoh London included. 1 It is t:ue. indeed, that the husband's vengeance was swift. a a je and severe. Such is rot the; way in which such hjurics are re-ented in Y.i: hind : but atvorihiii to the ci ihation ol a tomi-; try, so i the fashion of revence. One' nation' iis s .1 stilletto, another a revolver, another an 1 oiLint eun, a louria a oarnicr. e 'ii ino tlie fourth wlapou; ia the United States 'the .ecoml cotr.es more familiar to aa outraged hu- , ! d lltnt eun, a tourtti a liarriter. U e' en pioy '.and. Tinv trv a barri-ter as a we ia Kn-land w ithout doubt, whi a it will pay ia the cae ot Kev, that xpeiisive weapon would have been of nu'-Uv little avail, inasmuch as the seducer was , . ,, ,. f not worth the powder to blow I, -in to a future Mate. Of Mrs. Sickles, and the feeling entertained tor her in London, tho Tim says: ".he excited interest ia every one who met her in those da) s, and many an English friend will grieve at the termination of her btief career. The facts et the case may be told in a erv few words indeed wo had rather make as short a story of it as possible, for it is not one upon which the mind can le-t without the most pain ful feelings. Air. A1..HM1 l"s. Everywhere but at the seat of Government, Michigan is on th.' alert to avail her-elf of her natural advantages ami re sources. The I'iiut A'. sais that the Messrs. Seymour are m getting out timber, and making other i.eci -a'.y pr.-pat atnu-.s for tn;i! ling a dam aros r'lir.t river, ia the vicinity of "Moon's Is lan 1," half a mill, or so below th;s city. Wo iiu-d.-rstan 1 tiiat it is their intentia to con-truct a saw and gri-t mill, carriage factory, e., at this point ; if true, tho enterprise will a Id essentially to the bu-iness of this ci'y, arid they w ill deserve a high meed of praise fir doing thus much. K. t p tin ball in motion. Ah! bat if we at Lan S'mg .-.'' onlv get the bail under motion ! Thk ti.i I.ti-v t'ori.ox'r S:an:i It. A young gentleman in Ton ingford, Ct., who recently got married somewhat ia hast" and informally, after an interval of two or three weeks took his bride home t u Let parents, in towards Hartford. The gir l's in ;ht r did n..t approve of the l.m-o wa in which the thing w as osiiiially done, and so 0:1 their arrival lodged her assent with the town tletk.took out aa ontiiely new certificate, got up a clew r wedding party, invited ia the mirii-r, r, and had the entire marriage ceremony performed over again ho ''wasn't a "ing to have things go oa -o, not another minit." Tin. Balloon Sronv. That was somewhat ol a novel situation, if there is any truth in story, of Mons. t lod.tr 1, 0,1111.1 feel above the earth, in 11 h.illoon with :t cray man moutittd on tp, urm e 1 with a hharp knife with which he had cut al! the connecting ropes button; aal that was n b. iglit thought of Mot:s. Godard, to pull the cord and let the gas lo ise oa him atid gie him tiie asphvxia, until hj could git down to earth a.rain, nd it was Very kind of liiai to send him to hisfiiends when n'l was over, but it was rath r stupid iif him to go ujv with a eia'y maa even tor a fee of .1 loon francs. N.tii kk Wn.it.i.v IKiMitvn. A well Jre-sed pickpocket :it Worce-'.-r, Mi-s., I.i-t wct k, seek ing w hora he might piov iij-oti, found a widow lady, who hi I a small co'li.i by her sid", which coi.iiiine.i lie: muni, wim-i' lemons sn 0 was taking lo Pji'I River, to lay thelu be-id,. those of tlie father this widorv, abstracted by her grief, he lobbed her of I t'l, whiih the passengers re covered for le r. The thief narrowly escaped Ivnehil.C, even ia Massachusetts. Br... kf Jan.. ta Monday tvetiing, says the la-t Ja -ksori ('(.''"i, two. the prisoners in the County Jail esc 1; e l by digging through the out er w.i'1. One of th. 111 pr. tended to be si, k, tin 1 he was tu. I j .ii? into his ceil, but left in the hail, in charge .tf a fellow j iii bir 1, and before mora it;g both had ma ! their escape. Their names w. ie Mieha. 1 Kelly a-. l Va-.ars J'e. No intelli geie't" ! theni h i-, '.cea obt.titied. Lai.. '! 1 I LATIONs toH a IVt.ov It i that for tie-most p ot, tho-e ptTo:;s in prisons bu-v thems, le, s v, jj, what pr. d v. V p-t se to do W In-! 1 g. t out. tine ol trge i.'i it 01 lef.-r writers at v . pirtleiil.il ..n i f the i'hurh -toi, f,$.tri'r ( A ir- of Si-1.1. s sit-: j Si ki .s' ri.Atr m CoNi.kkss. Sickles' seat in It .n n i t', d !itie.indit:.it.a!K he w ill not r ' eonti v. on the p-ound of fraud, by 1 1 i-scit in the m t t'otigress; but. if to Lis j Williamson, the Republican nominee hit po ilsc thcie ,j a- v ii-nlifica'ion. l,o will send in i tion in o"'u r te-i.ecr i.ot.oilr U titloii lit rL his re-ignation at i!' e, ar.d when the srr-cial lion occurs, he will again h a candida'c, ar d the power ! Lot 1 t'itin.phatit it tui a New -York to prevent hi 1'oIT.HlT at Howri.i.. The Litilgstoll -j.ub'irrnt s.i that 01. Monday aftern.Hiii U-t, soiri- person enteted the store of Geo. W. I o- it Co , in this village, ojien. d the safe, and took a pocket book cot taming on., hur. Ire 1 an 1 s-v- .1,-v-eijht doihus ia bank notes. Ti..- store w. left ai..T... at .,, tim- during the ,!v. and r the thief mav be, 1 is boldri. - -ho h:m an eh-nt ar th- b i-in.-,,. The St ri.FMK Cm nr. Th- Sup-erne Comt of 'his St it--, will meet i-i Detroit in Mt iu-tsl of! April, :.s 1 ,-rctof ire armouneed. Tie- Legisla- i ture t a-- 1 a bi I ..ttli.tr the Sri! it t.-rm in Ar.ril. I r.-.t 1 a.in - f .i'ed to -r-e r'.er..:, tb.t 0 si,.,.M ' ........ j take iri.int lii'e efb et it will not take effect until I iet:ety 1 tys ufte-r the t !.'? f the oti. Af th;s rear it will as-emble in April. A W;;out. 1 a Sy. Yor.K. L t-t f iot.s iv, r di-ef,-. ,r. 1 in the in of t C -a I the iirvcr.ee ( iron or.-, Eveaviteoris w cre commenced, and -hl'f be :i..:i of d ri v'gor..'j-lv pro-ecut.-d, under in r-e'or Even t. whh h liav r.-nlr lavo'-i'i'v tt.an was '1 In t 1 A- . for the b-t f.t. i.n tas rr ir g.who i I'o-tma'terr O FIynn holds on His oi l c'-rh, tie htm, but ho 1 "f et a'v.g. tl-r. y te- th rtn l to".n-ii. "Telly toA j-rtrt agalrt n o'', and has g n new Mns. Bcrtkli.. This nor.-l rrl:n:r:at is at Gr.-nb :-h. Pa., h:; 1 the ro!J of that place says "-he .Jres-es we!', travei in a fire epi:p- page, a-;d ha- ; as her ng.-.t. wr.o aeeiiinf ar -s h- An Cn; t tToR I'ra;.. Mr. L. H. NorrI, for mere thar. 9 year- a eond'Ktor,a".d at the time of his d,.at:, in th -. employ ' f the Detroit k Mil waukee I:. I;, die I of trysyp las at Detroit on I Saf:r hv nrrir g. He wa m-'.ch -ten .-!. Ni vki or The C:,iv..rsalists l.aie Uo . --a-huset at 1 :t :s ra' 1 lat- d tr at ' i;h:.-e w,:, tr,... r-.g -.u, ; I 1 .V GoLi'. The steatr.-'-r New Lh arrival, brought 1,CS2,S1 1 n i-ii, on Ler n goM d:t. I L.XWS OK M1CIIIUAX. I!T ArTHOBITT, No. 1V2. AN AOT to aseertaln the annual cereal prvjn. of the State of Michigan. P aCtl Section 1. 77. VVo.V.-y the State rf Xr, om en.u !. That it id.ail W the dut of tten" pervisor or As-sr of each towt .hip or Jj ia the Several counties ot this State, at theti of ascot tamiiis: the amount of taxablo PtwertT and as,-ssiiig the same, ia hi township or di trict, to ascertain the numUr of acre of oats, barley an J eom ,..wa ,:iJ rU.lU.j township or d strat Juni:S tho voar Dcit -J cee.hn-, at.d to return ati accurate MaUowni iTf tluame to the county treasurer of his comit on or before the first dav ot Jutioiu each tov '' ia tlie Mate .hall reiurt tho intormnti. .w... d t tho SHcretary ol Mate, oa or bvfor. il.. ; , ,- .1..:. i,,,, : . , ; V a U h a 1 " ' 1 .',1 " h f ! r ? "kU'm I kL-itreate imn.tHr ot acre of het,ot. Wu. ..,l ....r t.i .,.! ..1 . . "Jl" j j:l ihe the revcral counties to bo pubiisLedin ..V.? j ore paper in the Stale, on or before the fer. 1 j 1 jL'. 1:1 vacli jear, and cause oucropv tbfr I W U' tho ''"J treasurer of each coua. l.v. 'he upervtor of each townshin in tv , .... tL Tut Slave Tkadf -Tho Wa-hingtoa corrrs pondent tf the N. V. Tribune h-ams that tLa .piestioa tf the righto!" search, so long tnootoj, is settled upon the basis of pn.joc?, suggtj by Prance, the n.aia feature of w hich is ti ti. low.it.ee of a tight of visitation in cav there k tea-onable f round to suspect the veJ to U t fhiw-r. It is known officially at Washington, that the sine trade is ia progress far moreextensive than hercttoro su; p..-ed, and that th.e arrangement for t hat purpose are ii geni..u-!y d, tid. S lmats are , iiij.loved to r.Iievo ihe slavers of their cargoes and bring them ii to the Smtherti Sub, O ir Government has been informed of tome of the mov. nict ts, m d has taken efficient nuaMire in the premise-. The .pie-tion noW ;N mj!tt m. a-urcs wit be t.tk. 11 to -top it prcJiet none. SktsK Piu at Amuin. The W'atrhtovrr vats the furriets in this city have bought prom well towards twenty five hundred of the ulii, arid they have by 1.0 means bought all that have bt. n biought into town. (ln0 llian ixt m(t, brousht here upwards .f A hundred, for .kith he was offered eighty-two cent ,-aeh, but as he was l.H.king f .r a larger ptiee, he passed on to f.nd a market ia Toledo. Cost ok nir Rn.i-niv Law. The Monro CuiHmercinl thus figures t oust of the KepWrv law to that count v : "1'or beoks which will I.i-t ltycrt For fees to Tica-tircr, For fees to Supervisor, til II II Tola'. f IV Or time dollars undone half for each town ship !" AeyfiTtAL or Ti iit. John Tully was re cently tried ia tho Oakland County Circuit Court for the murder of hl father. The jury retunieJ a verdict of nt rui'tu. The trial lasted twtlre d.ivs. I lis brother, RoVrt Tully, who was in dicted with John, is vet to have his trial, which is expected will be poMjtoncd until the June term. Tnr Em ok Tin . The last of the tribe of Seminoles, who will bo compelled to emigrate from Florida, passed tip tho Arkansas River two or three weeks iuco,in charge of Mr. R. K. John son of 1'ort Smith. The remnant left in Florida, it is said, will bo permitted to remain. I.t n;r Rsi.i. Ore of the late Democratic o.iridi lttcs for the 1'i.ited St iters Senalotihip ia j j,.rrt ; js j,,,-,, remarked, "that the piysent was ih.' highest-pi ict d Iiegi-lature ho ever had dt alings w it li . Fi k in HiLLsi Ai.E. o.te trader in Hinsdale, says the StanJarf, lias Itoueht since November, :.-. ('(.oil, l.f.oti Mink, Ji.oini Muskrat, 116 Red Fox, ::;: Grey F..x, 2 O't.-r, Black Bear, V Martin, '. Fisher, ,'ni Skunk. Amounting to til .Jos. K tNsts Ei.t.'rioM. One week ago yesterday, Kansas voted to hoi I another Convention to form ano'her Constitution under which to apply for admission intc the I'oioii. According to a teleg ram from Leavenworth there was little opposition there to the ea.ll. 1 . .. Fon Caiiiukma. Last week, sat the Grand ! Rpids Fa;;!', Aaron Klijs, Normandus A. Stone, I Charles Stone, Spencer Spiiers, Darwin LyoB J mid P. ast.. Kingsbury, left for Oilifomi. Tr.t K llhoK.n. "SpeVmg of shaving," said t pretty girl to aa obdurate old bachelor, "I should think that a pair of hand-simo eyes would be lh best mirror to shavo by." "Yc, many a poor ft How Jims ln-en thorejbj therii," the wretch replied. l"T- Arc-rsE ,N KTv-FJiat Brookl, I U 1 l rer.,', Corner-, in BeDevue.on the I -rh u!t- di-barged a gun loaded with sa. ill shot; the w hoh- load r.assed into M body b. tw. rn the fifth and 'th ribs, on th right sid" ca i-ing d- Hth ia niL.ete.-ti hours. Gi ks Nor. The authorship of the oikbrat 1 e.n,ons ..a "The Harp ..f a Thousaad triig-," i.d "The Sp'rirs of Ju-t M.n mal ' l,frf s air-rib. -I to the R. v. Mr. Lew'n, Method s, mmi-tcr stati-.n.-d at La Grange, Ten- net's, e. I S t n t r n 1 tu to I:i . Oil Thirday Unt, Jatnes Hteph. rjs w.is .nte;,e. .J to le I ung on the 2otb ' 1 of May, f r the murder of his wife by admin " j U ,-UZ IM,I-"n. Sin r in v. a r Si a. The ship Centur.an,whicli arrived at N..w York March 21, from GIago, . ! reports great s ;!!ering owit.g to baffling winds, a igf I voyage. -iv j.erM,i;S starved to death.aC. Hhoa rr. or Fisir. n Wednesday, HarchlSt ' a '"'W-r of fish f, h' in Bon lout, N. Y. Ti fi-he-a w re from ! alf an inch to an inch ara half in l.-ng-h. A ErviAi.E CAi.kf.p.. M. Julia Talroer, of Morose, Mass., tnr. w h-rsvif before a UrW tlve and w-n killed. For L;ie. Merrirt, the accomplice of IW? In tho murder of WI ite, was sentenced at tie Newaygo Clrc i'tlxs'. week t or-'tat Pn'son.to tar4 UVt for life. A.-.-rsTANT State Geolooi-t. A most excel lent aisunt , Dr. Manly Miles, of Hot, l tHD riia do bv the Governor. The YA:x:yr,Tvs Union Sold. The j 1 i -1 i- 1 rr- v iiiartj ; ew, taper i.a, r.. e:i o- voi. c. " rnar5 w-' ' ?ake poss. e,;on on trie lite 01 -("" j,uw t f of. TRR L4,.T (tf T Laei. Pe Propeller Ladv of the Lake, belonging to $ them Tmr.s. Co., blew up at I'airport, 0. - eek, killing two nan, and wounding four.