In Hamburg, June 8th, of consumption, Narcissa, sister of W. Jackson, of Ann Arbor, aged 35 years, 5 months and 8 days. Miss Jackson was an amiable young lady, ie possessed good natural and 'acquired bilities, and for a number of years was a uccessful teacher of primary schools. She tught in different parts of Washtenaw couny and several terras in the city of Ann Arbor. eing from youth to the disease hat terminated her life, her health finally ave way and she was finally obliged to quit ie field of her labors. She went home, where, fter a year or more of imich suffering, in eace she passed away to the spirit land, and we trust to the land of the blessed. In outh she gave her heart to God, and when eath came she was not afraid to die. A few ays before her death, she said to a friend, vho was conversing with her on the subject, hat " she feit that she was prepared to die nd did not desire to live." Thus died one )eloved of many. She leaves a large circle f relatives to mourn their great loss.