As the candidaey of Ilon. Etlward P. Alien for Cougress is discussed it grows more and more Ín favor, Tlicre s no longer any doubt but tliat Wáshteuaw v)l be solkl for liinj, and tliat the íight will really be bet ween blro and Gen. Spauldlng of Monroe. C. R. Miller of Adrián will bave some strength lu bis county but it is probable that Lena wee will be dividcd and tbat Uieir delegates will look witfa favor apon the solid Republican who Uves in Ypsilanti and who is well known all over tlie district, llillsdale, liaving no favorite son for tlie place, will be reaily to do wbat is rlght and for the best interests of the party. Nüw, it cannot be gninsaid that it is most rlght for Washtenaw to have an equal abare ith her sister oounties in tliis District. That the other countios have had their share and that we have not, is patent to all. Furthermore, as tlie nommation of Mr. Alien will antagonize no portion of tlie party, but rather will draw them all together it is for the best interests of tlie party that he shall be honored by the uomiiintion, vvliich in his case we expect will be equivalent to an election, for there is no man in any party in the district bctter known and better liked by all.