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Aaeon Sciiütlee having resigned his position as Freight Agent at Dexter, tbe duties of which he has discharged to the credit of himself and the satisfaction of the Michigan Central Railroad Company, received a few days since the following letter from bis associates in the employ of the Company, accompanying a beautiful Cane. The letter speaks fttf itself, and we need only add that Aaron appreciates the compliment, and will long treasure the Cano as a reminder of his friends. Detroit, April 16th, 1864. Aabon Sciiutleh, Esq., Deae Sib : Haring learned that you have concluded to sever your conuection with the Michigan Central Railroad, we, a few of your Railroad friends, have thought proper to tender you some slight testimonial of the very high regard in which you are held by your friends and associates in this employ. We regret that circumstances adinonish you to make the change, but as a better field for prospcrity is oftered, and a brighter future lies before you, we cheerfully subrait to the loss we sustain in parting with one who lias been ever ready to respond to our calis, and whose latcli-string always hangs out to his friends, With th3 you will please flnd a Cune, accept it a6 a small token of our esteem, keep it in your family, and let it remain as a reminder of other days. With our best wishes for your future health and prosperity, we remain, Very truly yours, Joseph W. Smith, Thomas Feazkb, George W. Gilbikt, Frank Olapp, John H. Masters, Wm. Hoppee, James Sherman, John Cocerán, Samuel Skeldinh, J. Ladd, and others. There is likely to be mincintr among the rebels. The Riehmond Whig saya, "It is useless for our people to minee words," and it might have ndded that they have no meat to minee. The Ricimond Sentinel reports $196,883,000 of the rebel debt had boen funded, and taken up by different States, while a large portipn of the Confederacy is unheard from. The Sentinel estimates the total amount taken up at 8850,000,000. Jay Cooke fiag purchased Gibraltar Tsland, at the mouth oí Put-in-Bay, Lake Erie, for $3,000. He contemplates a oomniodious building for nummer resort, the same to have a tower and lookout, commiinding one of the finest views on this continent. The recent debate in Congress, on naval questions, has elioited the original cost of our navy yards as follows : New York, $39,000 ; Philadelphia, $37,000; Boston, $39,214; Portsmouth, N. H., $5,500 ; Norfolk. $19.000; WaBhington, $4 000; Pensacolft, $100,000; Beneoia, California, $200,000. The only vessel built at the iatter place was a failure. Tho New York Journal of Commerce statea that it "knows it to be a faot, and many others know the fact, that Mr. Lincoln has not only once, but again and again, since Gen. McClollan's removal from the command, statcd frankly and opeuly liis belief ihat McClellan is the ablent General in the American army, and that no one can question bis 'honesty, Lis ability or his patriotism .' "