In Detroit, on the evening of the iLth uit., Mrs. STATIRA POND, agcd 6'J year, 3 months, and 6 days: widow of Jared Pond, who died in this city April 12th, 185G, iind xnother of the publisher of the Argus and of Ashley Pond, of Detroit. A true and helpful wife, a loving and self-sacrificing mother, a warm and gönerous friend, a living rather than a prqfiutinff Cnristian woman : she has cxchanged the trials and sttfferinj? of thin Hfe tor the peace and ret of the lifc beyond. The deceased was bom Ín 'lunderlund, Vprmont ; spent her early years in Kssox 'onnty, New York, wliore she was married ; came to ktichigan, settlmg near the now city of (.'oldwater in S35, and endnred the hnrdahips of a pioneer Hfe rearing and living for a large family of children, bíz of whora have gone fruía earth bofore her. But two oth sons, aurvive to mourn their loss and cmulate her virtuca InLodi, on the 24tli of FebniAry, DESIRE, wifo of George W. Fbkam, agtïd 61 years and 8 months. In Ann Arbor, February 27, 1872, of typhoid pneumonia, "WILLIAM C. CHURCH, aged 76 years nd i months.