The Michigan Argus of January 26, 1846, says: "The weather for the past week has exhibited all the variableness of a Michigan winter. On Friday morning last, the snow was six inches in depth, sleighing very good and the thermometer ten degrees below zero. Now the ground is bare, the weather mild and a fair prospect of plenty of mud. Wheat isfrom 80 to 85 cents; corn, 50 cents; rye, 50 cents; flour, $4.50; butter, 14 cents; pork, $4.50 per cwt.; beef from 2 to 3 cents per pound.