Mr. C. D. Y. Alexander died tbia morning at 9'cloek. at the residenee of his father-inUw, Jlr. Stf.i'Hen Allen, in Madison. His nge was thirty five yeor. Eto leaves a wife, and a daughtur sixyears of a„'e. Mr. Alkxandee was, until about one yenr sgo, editor and proprietor of a weckly republican pnper in Lima, Indiana. Tbe inroada of pulmonary coiiBumption eonipelled him to íelinquiéh bis newspaper business, and he ha inoe resided with bis fauiily at bis fatherin law's. About two weoks ago he was attacked ■wbile ia thit city, with hemorrhago of the lungs, ana Was carr ed home m almost a dying condition, since which h has not been ble to lenve his bed. He was a native of the State of New York, but his fat her emigrated toandsettledinWashtenaweounty, Michigan, when the subject of this notioe was but six jears old, nd there he was reared - Adrián H'atchtower, Sept. 5(A. Mr. Alexandeb. whose deeease is briefly, chronicled above,-wa3 a brother of J. B. Alexandee, of Pittífield and Geo. W. Alexandee, of Ypsilanti, and a brother-in-law of the ditor of the Argus, and leaves a large oirole of relatives oud friends in and near this City. Mr. A graduated at the Michigan Umvorsity in 1S17, sinee whioh, lus health not permitting oonfinement, he has been moet of the time engaged in traveling for mereantüe and pubtishing firms of eastern cities, and at the time of his deeease was just corapleting arrangementa to canTass the Western States for a Philadelphi home For years he has had frequent attacks of hemorrhage but has hald on to Ufe with a determined tenacity that has Biirprised his immtdiate friends. Correct and upright in all his life, inijmlsive, active, gemrous. genial he had won the love of a host of friends who now sympathiso with hih bereaved family.