- Lucas county teachers' assooiation at Toledo, Aug. 11, to continua one week. - Two Pontiac raerchants are in the courta on charges of using false weightB and uieasures. - The Kalainazoo paper company makes the paper with which Barnuui decorates tho dead walls of these Uuited States. '.--- - The Universalista of Morenci, Lenawee county, are going to build a church, and one of' the devoted ones of the place heads the subscription with $500. - Edward Kelly, who was shot by Phillip Enright at J. Moiris' saloon in Kalamazoo some two weeks ago, died Monday morning. He has lain most of the time in a semi-conscious state and at times showing hours of brightness. Knright is in jail. - The case of Eev. L. R. Fisk is to be reopened at the next Uuiversalist state convention at Concord. He resigueii his pastorate at Grand Riipids, confessing an improper iutimacy with a wonian organist; but now he says he confessed too mnch, aud haviug resumeil preach - ing, he asks to be fully washed. -The upper part of the state pris'" ouU; ab uacttöuii is a peneut uazaiiT.jI ii it are carried ou the laundry wu.k, the shaving and hair cutting, stockhg knitting, tailoring, shoe makiiig, strtw hat mailing, nd work in tiys and nutio'is fr in straw, wood, bone, aud silvtr. Everything for the wear of men is mace here, on the spot, even to their suspea deis.