Recently, duriag a fire alarm at Battle Creek, John G. Bohnett, foreman of Tempest Hand-ungine Ko 2, was acoidentally knooked down by one of the horse8 attached to the steainer, and run over by the engine, receiving serious, though not fatal injuries. Two of his ribs were broken and his head and lega badly bruised. The society at Plymouth.Church, Adrian, has called the Rev. Albert Peirce, of New Jersey, a student at Adrián College, to minister to them, a request which he will undoubtedly embrace. Meanwhile the Rev. Mr. Merrill and his flooks have very suocessfull and well attended service at. the Opera House evory Sabbath. Parties from Grand Haven, Muskegon, Nunica, and Spoonville, under the direotioh of Prof. Dumuiing, of Chicago, made au excavation of the anciunt mounds at Spoonville on the 22d. Four human skeletons, copper hatchets, needIe8, pottery and arrow heads werefound. To-day au bxcavation of the third and last was made, when two skeletons, four or five hatcbets, needies and throu or four pieces of pottaiy werefound, one being taken out whole. The skelatons were so far decayed that it was almost impossible to get them out, having probably been buried some two thousand years ago.