On last Saturday W. W. Wedemeyer, our school comurissioner, was called into Detroit, and urged by Gov. Pingree to accept an appointment as depoty state railroad commisBioner. This be finally conclnded to do. The salary is $1,500 a year. His term of sobool oommissioDer expires next July aud it is believed that he wiil pattern after bis obief and retain both offices until that time. Mr. Wedemeyer is not yet rwenty-five years of age, but he has had an esceptionally brilliant career as a politician. He bas attained a considerable repntation aiound the state as a political speaker - especially by his speech secondiug Pingree's nomiuation. As long as reDublicaus liave to hold the offices the Argus is glad to see Mr. Wedemeyer remembered, as he is oue of the best of tbem. The Detroit Free Press aunooüces that Goveruor Pingree iuteuds to hold the wardensbip of the Jackson prison open for Sheriff Jndson.