C. B. Graut, of Lausiug, was :uiuú]e, tbrongh illness, to peak at the autisaloou league meetiDg last Huuday. Ia bis absenoe Prof. Kichard T. yioveoson, of Obio Wesleyan University, spoke ki the iuterests of tbe league in the nioruing at Newberry ball, in tbe afternoon at the M. E. churuh, and in the eveuing at the ünitarian chnroh. Other anti-saloou services ware also held Snnday evening at the places raenlioned below aud were adressed by the followiug gentlemen : Congregational, Rev. .T. W. Bradshaw, Prof. A. B. Presoott, Rev. G. P. Coler; Disoiple, Rev. Forrest, Prof, V. M. Spaldiug, Snpt. W. S. Perry; Baptist, Rev ï. W. Young, Mr. Goodard, S. C. A. representativo; A. M. E, Rev. B. L. AIoElroy, Dr. Brooks, G. O. Higley; Methodist, Prof. Webb, of Albion; Presbyterian, Sut, Joba F. Brant, of Lansing. Tho meetings were all largely attended and were productivo of greatly increased interest and activity in the öbjects of the league.