Sheriff Woodin, ot' Monroe, aud three f his deputiea weigh together 1,000 ouikIh, an average of 250 pounds piece. Tho Stargig Journal utiys Ihat Ralph 'aylor, wIiosh body was fuund ui Mud jake u few day8 ao, was a vory ecotiQric old man who livod alone and issuposed to have buriod large amounts of ;old and silvnr in his collar and about he house. He wüö in the hnbit ot. gong to the lake to bathc aud it is hought ho was drowned accidentally. Kout county farmers report that they are jdowing up grwat numbrrs of potao-bugs all in a remarkable fine and ïualthy coudition. Bishop Gillüspie adrainistered the rite of coiinriiiation to about 250 persons in Trinity Churoh at Niles on Sunday evening last. The Michigan Central Railroad earned for the third wetk in April $140,106, in increase of $14,i77 over the same week lust year. The diary of an early gettler, pub[ished in the Monroe Commercial, shows that the first white settler of Monroe county was Col. Navarre, who cauif there in 1785.