A large number of ministers have been in attendance on the Liberal Ministers' institute at the Unitarian church Wednesday and Thursday, many of them men of acknowledged ability. The papers read have been full of meat, exhibiting much scholarship and original thought. Among the ministers who have read papers have been Rev. S. R. Calthrop, of Syracuse, N. Y.; Rev. James Gorton, of Tecumseh; Rev. G. W. Buckley, of Sturgis; Rev. W. D. Scott, of Battle Creek; Rev. T. B. Forbush, of Chicago; Rev. D. Rowan,of Detroit; Rev. H. L. Thornton, of Lapeer; Rev. Charles Flurer, of Grand Rapids; Rev. Howard Mac ueary, of Saginaw; Rev. W. F. Dickerman, of Lansing; Rev. Geo. A. Sahlin, of Benton Harbor; Rev. Caroline J. Bartlett, of Kalamazoo; Rev. Lee S. McCollester, of Deroit; Rev. H. T. Root, of Grand Haven; Rev. J. Merrifield, of Scotts nd others. The meeting was a most successful one.