This is the way in which the bard of Willis gets back at Seward Cramer, of he Times, in last week's Ypsilantian, for sorae of the digs that gentleman has given him : "We uhderstand that Mr. C. of the Washtenaw Evening Times has taken out a life insurance policy on the inhabitants of a Limburger cheese. Shoold the death-rate créate a panic comrnensurate with bis iucreasing love of the beantifnl, he will nndoubtedly consécrate the emotion in his mind's eye to the mistress of his unmated expectations of wbich lie sings. Hear him! "It ie life-like to dream of the future Events cast the r shaclows before We are paintins a beautiful picture Of home in the bright evermore; That is kepfby a sweet little fairy Whose step is elastic and light, Whose voice is like water Repeating that sweec word, Good-night." Seward, after that rap yon had better keep still.