- Prof. D Ojge is hlliiig the pulpit of the First Congregational ehurch of Jaclison this iiiouth. - llev. Mr. Sunderland will preach next Sundn,y morning upou "People that never grow old," and in the evening on "Talmage as a Sigu of the Times." - Rev. J. M. Richmond of Ypsilanti and Dr. W. J. Herduian of Ann Arbor are delegates to represent the Detroit Presbytery at the general assembly to be held in Saratoga May 15. - An entertainment to consist of music and recitations, will be given this evening at the residence of Col. Burleigh, for the benefit of tho Young Ladies' Work Sooiety of St. Androw's Church. Admission 25 cents. Mr. W. H. Meek, the fine elocutionist, has kindly consented to assist by giving soveral of his very interesting reeitations. Entertainment will begin at 8 o'clock. - The Easter services at the Uniturian church Sunday morning waslargely attended and highly enjoyed by all present. To flowers and music an additional interest was added by the presence and partioipation of the Sunday School in the services of the hour. Aftera sermou by the pastor on the liberal idea of the Church, its ordinances and festivals, conversión and Churuh inembership, eighteeu persons united with the society. Eobbery AT Dundee. - Oa Thursday night of last week, the depot at Dundee was broken into by thieves whotook several truuks belonging to L. E. Crandall, a merchant of thatvillage, outside, and rifled them of their contents. The trunks containedhouseholdeffeots, those plunderod the silver ware of the faraily. Mr. C's. loss is estimated at $200, Predrika Schaler, a young lady destiued for Ann Arbor to work in tho fairiily of attorney Cramer, lost about 3S in wearmg apparel, which wasin a trunk lying at the depot awaiting arrival of a train to this city.