Mrs. Abiguil Ely, widow of the late Lekder Latimer, Esq., died at Ann Arboj-, Eebruary 13th, 1880. Mix Liitiinur was boni at Westfield, Ma.s-„ January Ii4tli, 1806, and rei-ided tbere unlil her marriage in 1832. From tiiat time her houic was at Bloomüuld, Oonn., uu; il 1864, when she removed wiili hér faiuily to Aun Arb ir. She was converted early o lif'e, and through the years of' her youth and early maturity was active M the church and Sunday fchoól wort and all benevo'ent enterpri.scs of that period. Puring the lant few .veors tbe protracted aiukness and holplest'UeMS of her husband, who died two ytars sirnv, and her own feeble health, pfitipaltffd lici lo lead a quiot and rttired liii?, but her interest in the caute to which hbo had given her heart never flagged, and he always delighted to (alk ( f tbc interests of the kiogdom of Christ, and eyer mainiained a huuible, cheerful hope in Ler Redteuier. She waft a cultivated, genteul, amiable, Christian woman, and the two sons wtio mourn her loss, the cirele of relatires and ftiends wbo survive hor, and the church of which she ;na honored and uscful inemhpr, "arise up aiid oall her bltjs.scd." " liWsaed are tbu ili-j'l who die i ii the Lord."