The School exhíbiUon on Fridny evening last was largely attonded, and by all classes of oor citizons, giving ev idence that there is a deep interest in the progross of our schools, Th o bes of order was preservad during the exeruises, and all seemod to enjoy themSölvcs to the last. Tho following programme was observcd. MÜ8IC- "Cliorus of Angels." 1. Tlio Vietory of Bafeat, Artiice S. Hobaiit, Ann Arbor. 2. The Illustrious Dcad of '59, Wilbub M. Maddox, Galva, 111. 3. Maria Theresa, Lizzie TAYLon, Ann Arbor. 4. The Troubadours, Lillia Morwick, Aun Arbor. MUSIO- Polish Maiden's Song. 5. The Historian, James Coleman, Ann Arbor. 6. Popularity, ïiios. j. Nbwman, Kiohmond, Ind. 7. The Island of Pelos, Frank A. Blaciiburn, Ann Arbor. 8. Hcaven Defend the Brave, Claka M. Bakry, Ann Arbor. 9. The Kremlin, Sakaii E. VooniiEis, Ann Arbor. MÜSIC- Our Way Across tlie Sea. 10. Vision of Ages, (Declamation,) R. Á. Collins, Ann Arbor. 11. Tlie Associations of the iE;ean, C. J. Viiippi,e. (falva, 111. 12. Self-Lovo, (Declamation), Stephen Cook, Dexter 13. Scotland and her Poets, Lin'd.í Luwrs, Ann Arbor 14. " The Epecurean Philosopliy," Lucy Swift, Ann Arbor MUSIC- Protect us through the Coming Might. 15. Public Opinión, Josbph Reíd, Romeo. 10. Incentives, Galusiia Penxel, Superior. MUSIÓ- fclaraefllas Hyran. Thü members i 1 ihe olaas, both la dios and gentlemen, aequitted themselves admira ')ly, ín composition, read ing ímd speaking. Eut a single ppuuker was prompted, The mtisic by tho yoagg ladies of the school, under thö direction of Mrs. Hakvef, was appropriate and excellent. Tho school examinationa preceding tho exhibition were wcll atlended by pftrenta and (rieoda of the pupil?, and reflected great credit upon teachers nnd sohi lars. - The Spring term of the schools will open on Monday next. fïE" The extra session of the United States Senate adjourned on Friday last, having acted upon all the nominations the Pregidunt wag rcady to send in. L':2r Tlio Senate has confinned the following appointineiits made by Gov. Bf.AiR : Supt. of the Smit Canul-Gcorgo W. Brown, of Jackson. State Librarían - J. Tenny, of Tngham. Metalen of State Board of Agriculture - Justus Gage, of Gasa; A. S. Welcl), of Washtenaw. Agent of the State Prisou - W. L. Seaton, of Jackson. State Prison Inspectora - Ilenry M. lïoies, of Lenawee ; John Moore, of EiltOD. Meinbers of the Board of Control of Hefarm School - Jumes S. Mead, and Tlieodore Foster, botli of Ingbam. Trustees of Deaf, Bwnb, and Blind Asyhim-Jamvs I?. Walker, of Genesee. Ti utee nf Insane Asyltim - W. Brooks, of Kalamazoo; Caac, W. Penny, of Jaeksou ; aud Wilson C. Edsill, of Allegan. All were unanimously eonfinncd except Browu and Tenny.