The People's Picnic
The annual picnic of the farmeis of the counties of Washtenaw, Livingston, Jackson and Ingham will be held in the grove of "VV. E. Stevenson on the southwest side oE North Lake, in the township of Dexter, on "VVednesday the 26th inst. Addresses will be delivered by the Hon. Ralph Beaumont, of "Washington, D. C, Hon. E. H. Belden, of Jackson, Hon. A. E. Cole, of Livingston; the latter being president of the day and Kev. R. S. Cope chaplain. That inimitable singer, James E. Ilarkins, of this city, wili be there to delight the crowd with his songs, and while he is catching his breath, as it were, the Chelsea banc will "make the weikin ring" with harmonious strains. A glorious time can reasonably be anticipated. The committee of management are C. D. Johnson, of Dexter, and J. N. Merchant and H. Baldwin, of Chelsea. As usual, this will be a basket picnic, and everybody should go supplied with necessary refreshments.