TUTTLE- At Clinton, Lenawee County, Januarr 12, William O. Tuttle, aged 78 years. Mr. Tuttle was a native of New Hampshire. and resided 1d Ann Arbor frora 1832 to 1850- eighteen years. One son, Dr. A. F. Tuttle, and a daughter, Mrs. O'Brien, reside at Clinton, and three sons reside in the West. Mr. Tuttle was a member of the Episcopal Church and of the Maxontc order, and was generally held in high esteem. The following reaulutions were adopted at a regular matting of Clinton Lodge No 175, F. A. M., held January 23: Wherkas, He was a man of high moral character and chriatian integrity, and a model of honesty and charily in all his relations to hia fellow men, and Whereas, He, as a Mason, was known for his superior attainments, in his strong attachmenU, for his iintiring usefulnesss to the order ; therefor Resolved, That while we affectionately cheriah the memory of our departed companion, It la our duty as men and R. A. Masons, to imítate the virtues which were so clearly and beautifully placed before im in his life. Resolved, That in the death of onrlamented comj panion the Masonic Fraternity hassustained an irreparable losa, the earthly column is brokeu, but the spiritual column has been taken from the quarry to the heavenly city, and there stands a pillar in that temple not made with hands. Resolved, That the Secretary of this chapter present the family of the deoeased companion with a copy of these resolutions; also, that he forward a copy of these resulutions to the Ann Arbor Argus the Jackson Citizen, and the Tecumseh Herald fo" publication.