The uext regular meeting of the Pioneer Society oí Washtenaw County will be held at Firemen's Hall in the city of Ann Arbor, on Monday, June lst, 1874, at 10 o'clock, A. M. A general attendance is specially requested, as arrangements will be made at this meeting to attend the fiftieth anniversary of the settlement of the city of Ypsilanti, on the fourth day of July next. A special invittion to the Society ha3 been extended by the citizens of Ypsilanti, to be present and particípate in the celebration. GEO. S. WHEELER, Secretary. The Ladies' Temperance Union of Ann Arbor dosire a hearty co-operation with all organizations that are or may be formed for the furtherance of the cause of temperance in this county. Address Communications to Mrs. George Dufriekl, Conesponding Secretary. By order of the KXECUTIVE CÜMMITTEE. 'J'liu J une number of the Eclectic magazine is at hand, and completes the first hali-yearly volume for 1874, giviug an index from whicli the reader can understand liow much pernianently valuable as well as eutertaining hterature a single volume of the Eclectic contains. The present aumbex has for its embellishment a fine portrait of Dr. Howard Crosby, D. D., the famous preaeher ; and auioug the most notable of the literary coutents are : The Antiquity of Man, David Livingstone, Ou the Transmission of Sound, by I'rof. Tyndall ; Manners and Customs ia China, Tlie Affections of Animáis for Man, Dante: Ilis Life, Green London, The Philology of Slang, by E. B. Tylor; Love's Gleaning-Tide: A Poem, by William Morris ' Some New Books ; Spanish Life and Character in the Interior during the Summer of 1873 ; A Chapter about Pets ; Mr. K. A. Proctor on The Wastes of the Universe ; and additional chapters of the very striking story, Far from the Madding (Jrowd. The Editorial Department have even more than the sustomary fullness and variety. K. K. Pei.ton, 108 Fulton St., New York.