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- Delos C. Wiley, Esq., a prominent lawyer...

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- Delos C. Wiley, Esq., a prominent lawyer of Lansing, dieil at the insane aaylum in Kalamazoo, on the 24th ult., aged 40 years. The Repuhlican says : " He was a genial man, ardent in temperament, devoted to his clients, untiring in his professional labors." He left two sons - fivo and eight years oíd - whose deceased mother was sister to the publisher of this journal. - The Allegan Journal says: " Several gates that weie new hung with hinges thia spring are already out of perpendicular, and lean like the tower of Piaa. " As the editor-in-chief of the Journal is a bachelor, and a very gallant one, " ye local" has probably had an eye on his outgoinga and incomings." - A wornan's suffrage association has been organized at Grand llapids, with Judge Withey as President, Hon. D. Darwin Hughes, Mayor Houseman, ex-Mayor Peirce, and other notables as Vice-Pressidents ; Rev. Richmond Fisk, Jr., D. D., Secretary ; and an Exeeutive Committee of prominent gentlemen and ladies. - A large number of Granges in different counties of this State have passed resolutions condemning the liquor trafile andindorsing the woman's crusade. And yet the farmers are relied upon to draw their trade from all towns whore prosecutions have been commenced. - The womau suffrage women and men of this State gathered in convention at Lansing on the 6th. Thig city wa represented, so the Detroit Tribune says, by Miss Annie V. Raper, Mrs. S. Reed, Mrs. Israel Hall, and Mrs. Mary E. Foster. - In the U. S. Senate, on Monday, Senator Pratt reported a bilí increasing the pensions of invalid soldiers who have lost an arm ut or above the elbow, froin $18 to $24 a nionth. It was placed on the calendar. - The Kalamazoo Telegraph advocates converting the " big village" into a city chartering itself under tho general law. And the Allegan Journal is desirous that Allegan, also, should become a city. - Lecturing in a Unitarian chapel, for the benefit of a deceased lady's memorial fund, is one of the grievous charges brought against Prof. Swing, at Chicago. What a terrible offensn !


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