- A donation in Augusta, Jan. 8, for Kev. 8. B. Chubb, raaliied 50. - Dexter M. E. church will continue this week, aeetings begun upon the week of prayer. - Ordination of Kev. Mr. Fiaher, pastor of Baptist churoh of Mooreville, took place on Tuesday. -Rev. Isaac Butterfield, pastor of First Baptist church of Jackson, has tendered his resignation. - Among Bishop Gilleipia's appointments is that of Feb. 16, forenoon Ypsilanti ; afternoon, Ann Arbor. -Prof. Estabrook gare a leoture to the Young Pooples' sooiety of M. Echurch of Ypsilanti, Monday evening. - Rev. A. P. WilBon, pastor of Manchester's Baptist ohurch resigus, to take effect April lgt. Reaion - sooiety do not pay him. -Services for the first time in five years were held in Episcopal church at Mooreville, lately, by Rev. Mr. Fuller of Dezter. Presbyterian church of Manchester inaugurated a serios of revivalsou Monday evening. Other looal pastors are ezpeoted to oo-operate. - Ker. W. Washburn lectures on "The Authenticity of the New Testament," bofore the Presbyterian Young Peoples' society of Ypsilantion Monday ovoning. - Rev. Dr. Sunderland; pastor of TJnitarian ohurch of thia city gave a germon in Ypsilanti on Monday evening. A leoture in lonia on Tuesday and Wednesday ovenings. -Universalista of Mooreville are getting together material with which to build a churoh next spring. When oompletod the little village will have five places of worship. -Rev. S. Haskell, D. D., of Ann Ar-, bor, will deliver a lecture in the Baptist Church of this oity, on Tuesday evening of next week, (Jan. 21st,) oommencing at8o'clock. Subject: " Instinct in Animal and Human Life." - Monrce Monitor. There will be another Song Service at the Unitarian Church next Sunday evening. The University Glee Club of 16 voices and orchestra of 12 instrumenta will assÍ8t in furnishing the inusic. Aduiibsioii 10 cents. Mr. Sunderland will preacli in the morning on "The Resurrection of Jesus." -Rev. S. Haskell, of this city was a member of the council of olergymen, appointed to investígate the charges brought against Rev. L. D. Palmer of Battle Creek, to which body tho Reverend interposed the objeotionthathe was not aocorded righta, and that he will not abide by its decisión.