si:LHrn:i). WILD HIKN OXK C'Al'CillT l.N .MICHIGAN .MI-CHIGAN AND A HUNT FOR ANOTHER AN-OTHER IN Tli.V.VKSSKK, Tlio Detroit Free 1're.vt says: Karly last winter parties living several miles from Windsor discovered living in llie woods, huddled up against a log in a vain effort to get warm, a curious kind of beast or man, one can scarcely tell which. The "it" is fearfully deformed, tlio hands covcrrd with long, coarse hair; f'uco grown lull of rank whiskers, eyes looking like those of a wolf, and his present captors treat him more liko a dog than a poor unfortunate lunatic lu-natic After being in Windsor for a few days, the "man-wolf," as ho was named, was brought over here, and is at present on Michigan avenue. It is the general opinion that the strange being is tho man who escaped from tho lunatic asylum at Maiden last fall, but this is an error. The fugitive was a tail man, standing very stiff and erect, whereas this specimen is badly deformed, de-formed, and would not have been capable ca-pable of making tho stout resistance and the rapid llight made by the lunatic luna-tic in question. Rut how the being came in the vicinity ef Windsor no one is able to tell, or at le-ist has not yet informed the public. A man named Sell) Xarmore, from Sarnia, was at the Central station yesterday, and alter paying a visit to the keeping place of the strange creature, returned and reported re-ported that he knew its strange history. his-tory. Some three years since a man named Roscommon, living about twelve miles from Sarnia, received in charge from his brother at Montreal a luna-tic,supposed luna-tic,supposed by outsiders to be some relative rela-tive of the family,although Roscommon was not communicative of facts. The lunatic was at first confined in a chamber cham-ber of the house, but he attracted so much attention from the passers-by, and so disturbed the inmates of the house, that a small building was soon built for his especial keeping. Very few people ever saw the unlbrtunate, but hundreds of farmers passing by used to hear him scream and beat the wall of his prison. At length one night he made his escape, and Roscommon was compelled to ask the assistance of his neighbors to secure him. They found him in a swamp eating bark and roots; but he exhibited the utmost ferocity when an attempt was made to catch him, finally leaving the swamp when a couple of dogs were sent after him, and one of the sears on his face was received while the men were binding bind-ing him. Mr. Jiarniore was one of the pursuers, and he is quite positive that this "wan-wolf" is the identical lunatic as that one did finally make good his escape and no one was able to hunt h im down. It is asserted, and it bas been reported to the superintendent of police, that the "owners" of this stranger do not treat him as they should. He is kept chained a good share of the time, and the rough boys of the neighborhood neigh-borhood are allowed to tease and vex him. If there is a good reason for believing be-lieving that he has escaped from any lunatic asylum there ought to be an investigation in-vestigation made by the police or some proper official. Without doubt he is crazy, as well as fierce and ravenous, and it would be only humane and decent for him to be taken from his present owners and sent to the county house or the insane asylum. The Jackson (Tenn.) IVJiig of the loth inst. says : We learn that between be-tween Sobby and Crainsville, on what is called Piney, in McXairy county, a strange and frightful being has been observed for several weeks. lie is said to be seven feet high, and possessed of great muscular power. His eyes are unusually large, and fiery red; his hair hangs in a tangled and matted mass of jet below his waist, and his beard reaches below -his middle. His entire en-tire body is covered with hair, and his whole aspect is most frightful. He shuns the sight of men, but approaches approach-es with wild and horrid screams of delight de-light every woman who is unacompa-nied unacompa-nied by a man.- He sometimes with great caution approaches houses; and should he see a man he runs away with astonishing swiftness, leaping the tallest tall-est fences with the ease of a deer, defying de-fying alike the pursuit of men and dogs. He has frightened several women by attempting to carry them off, as well as by his horrid" aspect, and the whole country around Sobby is in consternation. con-sternation. The citizens are now scouring scour-ing the woods, and are determined either to capture or drive off the monster.