NBTT and Jonathan Spkaoue, both of the Township of Ann Arbor, are said to believe thatGmssoN has bad charge of the Treasury quite long enough, and that public iuterests require that one of them be placed at the receipt of customs. We dou't know but such is the case, but we don't believe the coming convention will find it out in time to satisfy either gentleman. We'll bet a three penny nail on the Dr's head against either of them. - There are probably other candidatos for tho Drs place who will turn up in good time. P. S. We hear that J. Gr. Lelanp, Esq., of Nortbfield, is also a candidate. J3T" About three weeks ago quite an entliusias'.ic looking young man stepped uto our office, reached out a comic-aluianac looking sort of a sheet aud Raid witli a confident air, "subscribe for the Rail-Splitter." We gareahearty NO, and he vamoosed. We understand however, that quite a number of our re publican friends handed over names ant their dimes, and are yet -vraiting anxious ly for the "little joker" to turn up. The Rail-Splitter dont came, and they fear they are sold. EP "Our Blair" is reporter! as having said recently, at Kalamazoo, thal Geo. B. Cooper was legally electod and rightfully the raember of Congrcss fromthis district, ana that Howard hac no just claim to thu soat he holde by the avrard of tho House. This ppeaks vell for the honesty of the republican rnajority who ousted Ooopbb andad mitted Howard. Igr" The Local News ñames as candidates for the 8enatorial nomination in this district, "Hon. T. D. Lanb, Dr. Ewing, and D. Piebce." All have beeu members of the Legislature.