In ioüking over the varióos state papen tliatcome to our desk, wè have noticed ¦ 11:1113 good words spoken for Capt. 10. 1'. Allen, of VTpailantl, who bears the congreklonal baoner in tlii district thlgyear - to victory. From tliem wc quote : Tlie followiiig dispatch IV0111 Hudson, Lenawae oounty, 1a taken from the Detroit E veiling Journal of Friday last: The nomination of Capt. E. P. Allen for Congressman of tlie Second IVstrlct by the Republlcan Conveution at Adrián yesterday, la halled with satislactlon tnroughout this, the Tli'rd Kepreseutatlve district of I.enawee, where, to state it In the langnuge of a prominent Citizen of Kollin at the prlmary, "he is tlie cüolce of nlneteen-twentieths of tlie people," notwithstanding the active canvass of other candklatcs. It is consldered as essentially tlie people's uomiuatlon. Looally there was a Spauldlng boom, but it did not extend into the district, and while tlie Republicana of Hudson have been loyal toGen. .Spauldlug they have been vcry friendly to the candldacy of Capt. Allen and tender hlm their cougratulatlous and support. Tlie Monroe Commercial records tlie fact of Mi'. Allen's notnimitioii In these words : The Kepubllcan Congressioual Conventlom iu session at Adrián yesterday, placed in nominatlon for Congress in tlits district, Hou. Edward P. Allen, 01 Ypsllanti. Mr. Allen was nomtuated on the second ballot, receiving 41 votes to 19 for Oeo. Spaulding. Mr. Allen Is well known In Mouroe county as a clear, able, true and straight Ucpublkan, and we bespeak for hira the hearty support of every Republican In the county. Monroe county would greatly have preferred the nominatiou of her own caudidate, but the ottier countit s did not agree witii us and 011 the inotion of Mouroe county, Captain Allen's uominatlon was made unanimous. Let us give him a full party vote at the polls. From the Lansinf' Republican the followlng is extractad : The Repablloaniof the BMond ooogreulonal district made a wise selection whcu tliey chose for their standard bearer Capt. K. P. Allen of Ypsilanti. As a representativa In the lower house of the Michigan legislature he was looked upon as a trusted leader, and is one of the flnest orators in Michigan. He was born in 183ÍI in Sharon.Washtenaw county, andgraduated at the state Normal school and the law department of the Michigan University. He was prosecuting attorney of Washtenaw county for twoyears. Heserved lu tlie lítth Michigan infautry during the war of the rebellion.