S. M. Pettengill &. Co., , jo.3r Park Row, Hew lork, &6 SlaUSt . ..ton aro our Agent tor the Anuís in thone cities , "are autuoriied to takeAdvertisementsand Sub, '"iptipBifor u atour Lowtst Raten. Closing of the Mails. jUiU teing Ano Arbor fr the Eaat and West close „(jllows: QO1üEST,4.3OP.!t. Goixu Wj.T. 7:,10 A. . Joh I. Thompson, I'. M. TjALLY AROUWD THE CONSTITUTION! - o - Tb Democratie Amociaton of Ann Arbor willcelibntsthi ininwj if the a'l.iption of tU National ConitiUtion, at tli OOXJRT HOUSE, Salurday Evening, Sept. 17A, 1864. HON. O. V. N. LOTHROP, and Hon. Robert McCleltand, ,r Detroi, har been inviled to addrs th lueiiinuHON. B. F. GRANGER, and U. E. FRAZER, Esq., ,J othon will also ipeak. Come Out and Fill the House. DEMQCRATIC MASS MEETING AT YPSILANTI. Goy. Fenton, Hon. W. L. Banckoft, Gov. Fklcii, Hon. Byron (x. Siour, "W.V.'Wklls, E. C. Skaman, will adjres the Democracy at the City of Ypsilanti, on Monday, the 26th inst. Ltt the Democracy liully. A. C. BLODGET, Chn. City Com. A. DBMOCBATIO Mass Meeting will be held at ARBOR, On Tuesday, September 27th, 1864, Gov. Fenton, Hon. David Johnson, Hon. W. L. Bancroft, Hon. A Felch, nd others will address the meeting. Lattho Democracy ol the county arrange to come out.