havo boen recently patronizing a " travcling Printing Sliop," getting an inferior article of cards, bill-heads, &i , and paying more than wo sliould have oharged them for a ñrst-class article. Tliey have a right to do this no doubt, bul then hudn't tlicy better pay their money to homo mechanica ? That's all. JJST Wc are indebtcrl to the Publishers, 11. F.-vrmer & Co., Detroit, for a copy or " Farms? Railroad and Town thip map of Michigan.''' This handsomely colorud raap gives tlio name of cvery township and villago ia the State, tables of distances on the several Railroads, Census tables from 1810 to 18G0, inclusive with a succinct compend of the history, and resources, of the State. It is a valaablo Map. TsL The StaU News suys that Lieut. W. W. Buech, of Co. B, 2Gth Michigan Infantry, dicd of small pox, in the camp hospital we presume, on Friday, Feb. 6th. Lieut. Bui;cii formerly rcsided in this city, and !ias many friends here. Ile. was a yourig man of fino ability and high character. He has two brothers iti the same regiment, one Captain of Co. lï, and the other Lieutenant in Co. - . LS Wo take pleasure in announcing to tlio business men of our city, and to our patrons generaily, tho appointmont of Mr. T. O. Wiiii), of tbe Senior Law Class, as agent of tho Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company, of Newark, New Jersey. Tiiis Ciinpriny stands among the first of the Lifo Insurance Companies, now doing business in the United States. It has a surplus of over 94,450,000 from whieh to pay losses. It ha3 puid to the widows and orphans of our country almost 3,000,000. It has dec'areJ aud paid over SI, 825,0110 of divideuds to its mjnibers. lts dividends now aru 50 por cant , whieh go to the inaured in reilaotion of their premium. Tliose wishing to insuro their lives wouhi do well to cill on Mr. Waüd and examiiiO iuto the claims of his company bofore making apjilicatiou to any other company.