- The membership of the Presbyterian Church, Ypsilanti, is 632. - Kev. E. M. Packard, of Evanston, III., will preach in the Congregational Church on Sunday next. - The following ladies have been elected officers ot the Ladies' Socioty of the Presbyterian Church for the eusuing year : Presideut, Mre. C. G. Clark ; Vice-President, Miss Anna E. Ladd; Secreta ry and Treaaurer, Miss Addie Ladd. - A shadow pantomine t that is the enter tainment the young ladies of the Congregatiüual Church provided on Wednesday evening - Ou the last Sunday evening the gas at the Umtarian Church refused to burn, and the lecture on the Conflict of Luther with the Catholic Church was necessarily postponed to naxt Sunday evening, whsu it wiU be giran. Capt. Frederick Huaon, wlio lired o a farm west of and near this city, died at about 2 o'clock ou Saturday mornini; last, of absces with perforation oi the intestines. Capt. H. was a native ot Irolnmi, and aeived gTerat year in the British army in India. H sold out liis commission over 21 years ago and oam itnmediately to the city, where bis sister, Mr. Prof. Geo. P. Williams, thnn (as now) residad. His funeral took place from St. Andrew's Chuicli ou Tuesday. - Mrs. Ann Grampton, a natir of Lincoln8hire, Englaiid, but who has lived in this city 23 years, ilieil at her residence near the Observatory on Stimlay last, of cáncer, aged 53 years.