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...Ypsilanti now rtjoices in the possession of three papers, Ann Arbor is btill two abead. ...Rev. J. H. Scott, of Cleveland, has received a cali to the pastorateof the Baptist Church of Ypsilanti. ...The new opera house at Ypsilanti will be completed this week, but the opening nigbt or the company Las not yet been decided on. It will compare favorably with anything in the State, Detroit notexcepted. It is heated by stearu, lighted with gas by Prof. üardner's electric process, and will seat nearly 1,100. It is finished up with all the modern iniprovements and fincly frescocd. The proprietors have spared neither pains or expense to niake this house one of the finest in the country, and good judges have so pronounced it. - [Post and Tribune. CHEI.SEA. ...The fuüowing officers of ihe Chelsea reform club were elected last week : President, D. B. Taylor ; vice-presidents, Hirani Uigbthall, R. B. Gates and Wm. Judson ; recording Eecretary, C. E. Babcock ; financial eecretary and treasurer, J. B. Gates ; marshall, II. Gilbert and Jay M. Wood ; clnplain, ii. S. Laird ; chorister, Myrnn McAlistcr. The club is out of debt anl hns a email sum in the troasury to incúbate on. MANCHESTER. ...Rev. W. F. Matthews and bride arrived in town on Tuesday. They will board with N. H. Wolls until the Prcsbytorian parsona?e can be put in good repair, whcn they will go to house keeping. - [Manchester Enterprise. ...Mrs. Blanchard, au aged relative of Harlow Fellows, of Shnron, and with whom she resides, went into a comatoHe sleep on Friday afternoon, frotn which she haH not yet awakened. Dr. Taylor was callcil in tn attend the case. but iailed to arouse the sleeping woinan frotn the lethargie sleet