1 lic Detroit correspondent oÃ ine Marshall Stalesman, refering to the petitions Ãhat como up to the Lpgislalure, says: "HÃirdly a dny passes without some bein piosenled praying for an extensiÃ³n of thÃ¯ ttight of ÃuflVage to onr colorcd populntion. They come f rom allseclions of tho Stnte. These have been rel'erred lo the Judicinry commitJce. An immense iiiimher lune also been rcsented praying lor lh passnge of a Bill providing Ã'ov n alo q( the Rail Roads. Mr. Uarbour of yfjor County piosonleJ one, nunierously sigiied, frojn Baitlo Crct'.l:, and one from MarÃ¶hallj One frprn Wnshtonaw has oiso been received asking lor "rotrÃ¨ncnmept. oconomy aml judicial rcIb.iÃi." I think the signers must have bee.!a linie out of their heads, however, to have sent kiki u petilion lo a Locoloco Legislatura! ll'slhe last plÃ¡celo wliicli we may kok for any thing even npproxinialing to pilhÃ¨r eennorny, retrenchmenl or refuj-;n in public ÃÃl'tirs."