To h Editor of the Michig.in Argiw : g1K . Will you piense insert the following in jour next issue. At meeting of ihe Normal Lyceum, held M:cli 18th,the following ro-olutions wcre unani" onsly ndopted i Whereas. In tlie nllwise nd just providence af God, Mr. Oalek P. Oixumm. m stire andhiglilv respected' meiiiber of Ihis Lycera, a fc.rn.er t ud.-nt nd gradúate of the Normnl School, bas been rc-mcv.-J by de.th frota the .uidsi ..f relaties and friend.. TlffM0c'', That we B3 a .ociety lment the IoBi of o fellow member, whose réoblennss of moral and intellecliial ohiimctei ha enhsted cur warme! feeiings of honor und reapeet. Resolved, That a a school unitedly expreB8 our orrow, that one 80 devoted to thtrue interest of iociety. one o well prepared to act in ihis high and holy field of the teachr'a nisaion shuuld bc so'prcmaturely callod to try the realitiea of anothcr world. Retnlved That we truly aympitthize in thfi griet of afflicted relatÍTeí and with ihcm we ever eherish the raemory of tho one who has gone befor-. Rrtolvrd. That these resolutions be printed in the Ypsilarti Herald, the Ann Arbor Argu, lonia Gazette, and a copy of the same be transmitted to tha friends of the deceaaed. O. S STRAIGHT. President. Mm T. L. Stiwabt. Sccretnry, JP3C" It is announoed that John I. Thompbon, for the last two or three years Book keeper to Bach t Pikbsok, is to inherit th hoes of our friend H D. Bknnktt. for the pst eiffht years Post naster of this City. - 'To the riotors belong tho poüt." and as Bennktt must o out we have noobjeotion to Tuompson going in. He is a pretty strong partisan.but wc. dont think that he wi 1 let thitt interfere with a courteous discharge of his duties, and we are disposed to predict thai he will make a correct, efficiënt ana accominod. ting officcr. He will have a good pat tern to werk after. any way. The appointment is n recognition of "Toung Americ," cd it is said niake some of the fossils wsll, swenr.