Dance at the Saline opera house ín the evening. A. J. Waters, Esq., of Manchester, orates at Sand Lake. Methodist social at Harrison Bassett's, Saline, afternoon and evening. Oermania Lodge, D. 0. H., have a flag dedfieation in Relief Park. witW speeches by Editor Suekey, Mayor Doty, and others. , Manchesterites are asked to particípate iu a celebration at Wampler's lalt. -.o The Manchester Germán Workingmen's society have a picnic in their grove. The Tecumseh band will be on hand. The Fourth of July will be happily spent by all who attend the picnic at Whitmore Lake, Smith's Grove. The people of St. Patrick's parish, Northfield, celébrate on that day the 60th anniversary of the founding of the parish, and heartily desire all their friend8 to join in the festlvity. Gov. E. B. Winans and Hon.Denis Shields, óf Howell, will make short addresses. Our Business Men's Quartette, the very mention of which ís a suflicient guarantee that choice music will be rendered, have kindly volunteered their services on the occasion. Mr. James Harkins has now a song the latest craze in Chicago, entitled the "Irish Jubilee," which, among Wa othei comic songs, will inspire mirth and laughter for those who hear him. The Whitmore Lake strinir band will fur nish good muaic. Dinner, which will consist in a good, wholesome, country meal, will be served for 25 cents.' Aa the tralns on the Toledo & Ann Arbor road are now so convenient to the grounds a large number of our citizens will no doubt attend. ïhe piano used on the occasion has been kindly furnished gratis by Mr. Alvin Wilsey, Ann Arbor.