■"■. A. Clark, late of Brooklyn, N. Ih'tceptedacallto the Baptist Churoh Ntae, -HtBtptisu of Manchester are talking 1 wr-harvest excursión to Put-iu-Bay. Wtayto put luto. ■Hefourth quarterly meeting of the M. "eb, for the preseut couference year, '"''WionSunday uext, Fresiding Eider Seiating. Jleputor and "official brothren " of the Unirch made au unusual "departure" %: succumbed to the weather and p Mth the regutar evening service. ''decisión. "ïïoung Ladies' Society of the Con'OilChurch arearranging for a rail"iteamboat excursión, to tako place "Int of August, tor the benefit of " IJtgn fund. ■" o. Parsons, for four years pastor of % "Ji'W!nau Church at Saline, haa given ÜH mtention to close his labors with oreh ou the first of August. The TlWises are : a search both attor health f" llrg8d oducational facilities lor his n ;'ext seaaion of the Ann Arbor District snee (Methodist Episcopal) is to be held , H) commenciug on ïueaday ovening, ii and closing Wcdnesday evening, '"■ The exercisea will include exami'■ candidatos for the ministry, reports vlcilic tópica, discussion8, etc. Jpatch to the Detroit Tribune. Boa, Juiy 7._A Hayes & Wheeler &ttor?ailizod in this Olty to-mght, with a noance. The following oflicers were to ' . ewdeut, N. W. Oheever ; Vice 3 red. Sorg; Secretary, E. K. Fruel?K8'írer A í'Oveioy. Meetings "eld every altérnate Wedneaday eveSt """"lerable enthusiasm was Bhown toietver countei 37 persons present at Xin 8'ag6 " - 6 being boys and several mocrats. But about 15 namea were I(J eore proceeding to elect offieers, and 'otes were polled, followed by charges toting, ballot-box sturh'ng, &c. And "Ued'-euthusiasm."