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Gov. Alger's Appointments

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Last Saturday the ppolntraenti of Oov. Alger were sent to ttio senate and coniirmed by that body. The list is as follows: Oommlssloner of Rallroads - Wllllam McPhorBon. Jr., of Howell. ( 'ommlsBtoupr of Insurunce- Henry 8. Raymoiid. of By City. Comralasloner of Mlnpral StatlHtlos - Charlea R. Wrlght of Marquette. Adjutant ijeueral- John Robertson of Detroit. Membeni of the Military Board- Col. Henry M. Dutüeld of Detroit, Charles T. Osborue of Marquette. Members of the State Board of Agrlculture - Franklyn Well of St. Joseph, Cyrus U. Luce ofBrancb. Warduinil' State I'rls.ui -Ilinuii F. Hatch, of Jaclcson. Warden of state House of Correcllon- E. C. Walk in of Krul. Memberof Board of Correctlon and Chnritlea- Tbe Ut. Uov. Cioorge D. UUllBple of Kent. Members of Board of Control of State PubHo School at Coldwater- Caleb C. Kaudall of Coldwater. Inspectors of State Prlson- Wllllam Chambrlaln of Berrlcn, Dwlght S. Smlth of Jackson. Membera of Board of Managers of Ionla House of Correctlon- Abraham H. Plper of Detroit, and Hampton Klch of Ionla. Member of Board of Conlrol of Deaf and DuDib Inmltutlon at Fllnt- Charles E. Belkuap of Kent. Inspector General-J. H. Kldd, of Ionla. luartermaster General- Oeo. A. Hart, of ManlHtee. State 011 Inspector- Stallham W. I.hDu, of Montcalin county. Swamp i.iiikI Commlssloner- John H. Brakeman. of Muskegon. Aids, wlth Ranks of Colonel- Aaron T. Hlliss of Baglnaw, Daniel B. Alnger, of Charlotte, James N . Cox of Calumet, and Jumen A. Keliofriíof Nlles. JudKe Advocate wlth rank of Major- Adelbert f. Parsons of Howell. Military Secretarjr wlih Rank of Major- OU R. o.Miiii n of Detroit. Commisslouor of Labor- Col. C. V. DeLand, of Jncksou. These appointments are all excellent one. Especially conimendable ia thnt of Commissioner of Ruilroads, who is a sterliiifr republican and gentlemen, one who bas never beid ofllce before, wo believe. The entire list shows a general selection of fresh blood and good brains.


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