- Hev. Dr. Sproul, of Detroit, preached in the Cougregutional Church last áunday foreUÜOII. - The new Catholic Church in Northfteld ia being irescoed. It is expected that the church will be dedicated about Sept. lst. - Rev. W. II. Ityder, of the Congregatioual Church, ia taking hia summer vacation. Has goue to his oíd hume, Oberlin, O., aud will be absent several weeks. - At the recent Comineucement at Kenyon College, Gambier, O., the degree of D. D. was coiifeiTcd upou Rev. John A. Wilsou, rector of St. Luke'a Church, Ypsilanti. - Eveuing services liave been temporurily suspended at the Baptist, Congregational, Methodist, and l'resbyterian Churches. l'rayer meeting in each church at 7 p. m. - "Children's day" was observed at the Baptist Church in Manchester last Sunday, by au appropriate sermón in the morning and a Sunday School couceit in t'.ie evening. - It will be remembered that Peter Noacre, of Midland county, recently died under eircumstances that led to the suspicion that he was poisoned by his wifo with whom he had not lived on good terms for some years, and who was chaiged with being vixenish in her disposición. His stomach was accordingly sant to Ann Arbor, where a very thorough exaiuination bas resulted in tinding no traces of poisou of any kind. The Pontiao Commercial saya: "It will be a glorious time when Hum. Cary's doctrinen are adopted. A man can then wheel his currency to the butcher in a wheelbarrow and bring back his weat in his pocket book. When a laboring man earus a dollar he wants to know that it is worth juat one hundred cents.