Governor Pingree Wediiesday afternoon sent iu the name of ex-Sheriiï William Judson, of Washfcenaw county, as state oil inspector to take effect as soon as the term of office of T. R. Smith expires. The salary of this office is $1,500, which is just the jsarue as the deputy railroad commissioner. # Wednesday was a field day in the governor 's office for appointments. Chase Osborn, the hustling Sanlt Ste. Marie editor, has been appointed railroad commissioner in place of Wesselius, the governor of Western Michigan. The three assessors under the Atkinson bill are: Robert Üakman, the governor's right hand man in Detroit, Col. E. M. Irish, of Kalamazoo, at present wit-h the 35th Michigan, and George B. Horton, of Fruit Ridge, the mas ter of the state grauge. These are f2,500 positioiis. The uew state game warden, if the senate agrees will be Grant Morse, of Ionia. This is the place which Chase Osborn now holds down. The state officers reappointed are J. L. Cox, labor commissoner, E. O. Grosvenor dairy and food corumissioner, Milo D. Campbell, insurance coromissioner. Some of these appointruents may have a hard time of it when they run the gauntlett of the state senate.