Francés E. the young child of Mr. and Mrs. George Devine, oí Webster, died Jan. 2d. The new billiard parlor opened on E. Ann street by Frank O'Hearn is a very pleasantroom, and is handsomely fitted up. The remains of Joseph M., the 3 yeara oíd son of Dr. J. T. Sullivan of Chicago, were brought to this city for interment yesterday, death having occurred on the day previous, from diphtheria. The Students' BibleClass of the Unitarian church (Mrs. Sunderland, Teacher) will begin next Sonday (Jan. 11) a new course of study on the "History of the Religión of Israel, and the Origin of the Books of the Old Testament." A Bchedule of the lessons, with a íull list of books for reference and collateral readiug may be obtained by application to Rev. or Mrs. Sunderland. Joseph Donnelly received a telegram Mondav eveuing from Kalamazoo, nouneing the death of his sister, Mra. John Maloy, of that place. He left yesterday to attend the funeral. Mr. Donnelly is now the only surviving member of his father's family and this death leaves hiin without any relativos except his own family. It must be a lonely feeling for a person to flnd himself thus bereft, all the relativos and friends of his early daya having passed over the great river in advance.