That our readers may know x soinething of the standing of Martin J. Oavanaugh the democartic pandidate for jndge we quote a few extrácts frora repnblicun papers made since bis norninatioü. The Aun Arbor Conrier, of Marcfa 15, 1899, said: "At the democratie judicial coneviittioa held at Mouroe last Friday, vip? mnch to the surprise of everybody, inoinding the nominee himselt, Martin J. Cavauaugh. of this city, was placed ia noruination for the position of judge oí this judicial circuit. "Mr. Cavanaugh is one of the rising yoong lawyers of this couuty.' He has, iy close atteution to business, and a good sapply of energy, secured a fine jractice. ' ' The fiene Washtenaw Post, of March 16, 1899, said: ■"Mr. Cavauaugh will obtain high peitions of trast for he is one of the moet prominent young lawyers in this Ktate and also a man of pure charaoter and good inoráis. Good lucfc to him. " The Evening Times, of March. 11, 1899, said: "In the selection of Mr. Martin J. Cavanaugh, of this city, by the democratie judicial convention held in Monroe yesterday, the democrats have made a good selection. Mr. Cavanaugh is a rising attoruey and eau boast of niany frieuds. " These extracts are all froin republicaii sources, and are evidence of the high opinión bis political opponents have of the brilliant democratc attorney, who is the candidate for circuit jndge.