1 II - I I ■ - -The storm and consequent high water of Sunday mormng mit unuermined one of the b?nts of the bridge aeróse the Hiron near Sinclftir's Mili, caimng it to ettle eeveral feet. "Wagons centinued to cross until Tuesday noon, at -which time it ■was examined by the authoritie of the City and Village, condemned as unsafe, the plank ordered up, and a notice posted ferbidding their being replaced. Mr. Vail, the for the new bridge to take the plaoe of the oíd ttucture, has already a large share of the timber on the spot, and will soon commence the work and push it forward to an early coinpletion. In the mean time travel will have to go and come by the lower bridge. It is thought, and probably correctly, that the heavy new timbers lying on the bridge prevented the entireoldstructure from being wept down Bt;e.im. L"-" We havo icceived the first number of the St . Clair Chief, published, os its name wouid indícate, nt St. Clnir, Mich., and by that v.tcran of the press, J. K. A verill. It is a Lrjï sized, handsomely printe sheet, and is devoted to tho dissemination o f the trueíckciocríitic faith. Avekill lias had abundance of experience in the newspaper business, and if the people of St. Cluircoine lo hid,he can and wül make tbe Chief anexcsllent paper. We -wish bim succes. J55ST Orange Wbbsteb lius s"kl bis reeidence onnron street, ticar the Un:on Sohool House, to Rev. Mr. CtAKK.Jof We beter ; and lias purehaaed cf Mr. J. W. Knight the lots on División stivot adjoining the resi dencs of A. DeFoitEsr, and has alrea'ly com . roancoa the erection therson of z. brie1 '.relling.