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Messrs. Botsford And Millen

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,reentit1ed to groat credit for the subtantial improvements made on the fclock corner Main and Hurón streete. Itis dow a fine aüd a'ghtly block. j37 Capt. Jodd M. Mott, of Co. I, 16th Michigan Infantry, reported morj wounded in a tirmish at Middlobary on the 20th of June, died at Washington on Sunday last. Captain Mott gnduatal at the Miehigan University in ibieiasiof 1858, after whioh he went loEurope, and return ing jast after tho hking oat of the rebellion iinmedintey entered the gervioe of bis couutry, and tsiproTed a faithful oldier and good offiter. He hai a host of friendn here uto will mourn his untimely sacrifice. jjy Hookbb has been relieved from the oommand of the Armj of the Potomae and Gen. Meade appointed to : iiiocéed him. Not a man in the country will find fault with thia change, and Hooker's beet friendi confesa it neoes7. But no change of commanders wil Bíke .tibe army of the Potomao what jt ihould 'be o long as it continúes to be i. foot ball "for politicians congregating a Wiibington to kiok about. Thre mus T9 changa of men or measures at head quttter before ny General can win lau teil ner Wishington. There is uo unit; ( action in the War Department, n fiied purpose either for the war or a sin g'e oampaign, and from tbia lack of un ty md purpote, the army of the Potoma hei oontinuallv suffered, and we fear wi wffr ander tüe eomroand of auy Gen eial. _


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