-Unas. íellowj oí Manchester is in Vermont purchasing fine wool sheep. - During his stay in this city Theo. Tilton was a guest of the Cook House. - Our fraternal brother of the Ypsilanti Sentinel has been visitiug in Owos30. - Volney H. Potter of Dexter has received the re-appointment of Deputy Sheriff. Mr. P. has served sixteen yeari as Deputy. - Harvey Platt and Wni. E. Post of Ypsilanti, and Thomas D. Lañe of Salem, are darwn for the March term of United States circuit and district courts. - C. J. Gardner and D. Cramer left on Tuesday to attend as representativos of the lodges of this city, the Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. which convened in anuuul sussion at Jackson Tuesday evening. - Ex-County TreasurerMathew Gensley has returned from Kansas. He reports the following current prices of produce in that State: Butter 40 cent per pound; eggs 3ó cents per dozen; railk 10 cents per quart. Just opened a full line of Cottons in all the desirable makes and width at extreinely low prices, and a full assortment of Hamburg Embroideries in unusually choice pattonis, at 6tf Mack & SCHMID'S.