Some Ann Arborite, over the signature of "citizen", writes to the Detroit Journal booming A. J. Sawyer for the speakership of the next house, at Lansing. No better selection uould be made. out of the numbers of good republicans who will be in that body. Mr. Sawyer has the ability to suit himself instantly to circumstances, and would ever be found ready in an emergency. He is a thoroughly posted parlamentarían, a man of mature years and excellent judgment, a man notafraid todo his duty, and withal a toan who holds the friendship of his opponents even during his eontests with them. He is bound to be a man of influence in the next house, and in no place could he do more for his party tha in the speaker's chair.