A ítw time labio on the Michigan Central Rullroad was put in operation on Mandny last, May 5tb. The new arrangement ia inuch more satisiactory than the late i ris, as uur citizens are not eompelled to waic anti] after dinner before they can get the Di tr k moniing papers. Passender traiüs now leave Detroit and the severa] stations in this couniy as follows : G O I N' G JV E S T . HftilEx. .Taok.Ac. N'ijrlit K Detroit. 8,0.1 A.M. 6.00 r. M. 8.00 r. M Ifpiilanti, 9,50 " 6.Ï0 " 9.10 ' Anu Albur, 9. 41) " (U5 " iu.O ' textor, loei " 7.:o " 9 55 " ChataM, 10.21 " 7.55 " 10.10 " Ar. Chicago, 8.15 P, M. 8.15 A IL G O I X (J EIST. NightE. Jai'k.Ac. Hillltx. Chelnea, 5. ,u. a. 4.25 r m. llexter, B.05 " 4.1) " Ann Arbor, 6.S5A.M, 6 5 " ,1 0r " ïpsituiji, 5.55 " 7.00 ''■ b.:5 " Ar. at Detroit, 7. CO " R.35 !t 6.40 t: Lg" The enterpriaing publisher of the American Agriculturist,, one of the best agricultiiral journals published, has extensively engaged iü the collectioQ of agricultui'ul statwtioe, including bread tb sown or pJanted, present prospocts, &c-,, &c, (f wbeat, corn, ryp, oats, potatoes, also of meadow, friiits, etc. For this parpóse he is sending t 11 over the country blanks and instructions for theír use, and soliciti.ig the croperation of intelligent producers. We have a sheet of t hese blanks, which we should be glad tr place in the hands of Bome farmer who will aid in doing a woik which the Patent Office had better do than be distributing " posy and weed seeds." A summary of the reports frorn all parta of thu country will be publicdied monthly. la Mr. ïookeb, Photographio Artist, of this city, has taken an excellent Photograph of Nydia, the beantiful fctatue by Roo Bas, ncerUly imported froin Home by the Bugers Art Association. Copies will bood be offurgd to our iitizens, many of vvhom we are 8ure v.ill be glad to purc-hase. fiT" Uur thanks are due to Hon. ïi, E. Tkowbiíidqe for the President's message and accompanying documente, 1861-2, tnree volumes. Also for other Congrcssional favors.