-The Rev. Mr. Day, of Union City, will occupy the pulpit of the Congregational Church next Sunday. - The subiect of Rev. Dr. Brown's next Sunday eveiiiug lecture in the Prasbyteriau Church will be " The Evidence of Kevelatiou trom Miracles." -Rev. Eichard Cordley. of Flint, preached in the Congregational Church on Sunday last morning and evening. Mr. Cordley ia a gradúate of the ümversity, class of 1854. - The seventh lecture of Rev. Dr. Brigham's course on the Middle Ages will be given in the Unitarian Church next Sunday eveuing. Subject : John Wickliffe, the Engliah Reformer." -Rev. Warren F. Day, of Union City, will supply the pulpit of the Congregational Church next Sunday. Iu the evening he will give au address on " Practical Christianity." All are invited. -The Young Peoples' Society and Choir ot the M. E. Church will give an entertainment, consisting of musio and tableaux, on Wednesday evening, November 22, in the lecture room of the Church. Doors open at 7 o'clook. Entertainment begins promptly at 8. Admission 15 cents. lf the Bepublican ship is destined for Salt Kiver, she will carry the noblest and best class of passengers that ever honored a ship with their presenoe. She will have on board the praying men and women ot this nation. She will have a gallant crew aud make a safe passage. Four years heuoe she will return for a crew of an entirely diffeieut make uv.- Yvsilanti Commercial. Yes, sucn praying men as IJ. S. Grant, Zack Chandler, Bob Ingersoll, Sylvester Larded, Jake Martin, Bro. Beal, and the other self-righteous and pious leaders of the " God aud morahty party." Our neighbor Beal, however, having succeeded in carrying his one poiut, the election of Mr. Suwyer, may refuse to take the trip, in which case his vacant pew may be partially ñlled by the very orthodux members of the Star Combinatiou Troupe. Nobody Dut a pharisee of the firat water, or a natural (what Doeíticks would cali a " damphoul ") would get off such bosh as the Commercial paragraph.