Stephen Haivey, of Ypsilanti.was arrested Friday Digbt by OfBcers Rappleye and Hipp, od a warrant sworn out by ais wife for assaulting her. He made no resistaDce to the officers when first airested, but jast as they were approachiug the locknp, be jornped backward, pulled a 33-oalibre revolver and said "Good night, gentlemen.'' Officer Rappleye saw Harvey's move and at once pulled nis revolver and pointing it at Harvey told hiru to throw up bis hands. Harvey weakened, and at the same moment Offieer Hipp got hold of rhe prisoner, who was promptly disarmed and pnt in the locknp. Harvey's revolver was loaded and it is difficult to teil whetber he was makiug a bluff, or was in dead earnest. On Monday rnorning, before Justice Childs, Harvey pleaded gnilty to assaulting nis wife and in default of 10 fine and costs he went to jail for fiO days. At the expiration of his sentence he will be tried on a charge of resisting an officer, Mr. Rappleye having already sworn out a warrant againsr hiiu on tbat charge.