Waslitenaw county lias "faired" vvell at the hands of the State World's Fair Board, which has nearly cotnpleted the appointmentof the committees throughout Michigan. The following will be the representatives f rom this vicinity who will act in conjunction with others in making the Península stiite's exhibit worthy of our commonwealth : Second Congressional Committee - Jackson county- M. G. Loennecker, eiiairnian; Charles II. Iligdon, E. W. Barber, William H. Withington, James O'Iionnell. .Jackson ; L. D. Watkins, Manchester, Lenawee county - Geo. I). Horton, chairman, Fruit Ridge; L. C. Baker, Lafayette Ladd, William Hamphrey, L. W, Iloch, Adrián; Geo. ] S. Tüïiiny, Tecntnseh. Washtenaw county- Henry S. Dean, chairman; Frederick Schmid, William April. S. W. Beakes, Ann Arbor; C. II. Kempf. II. I). l'intt, Ypsilanti. Monioe ty- John Strong, chairman, South ltoekwood: II. A. Conant, Walter Hacket, Monroe; A. C. McCormack, Grafton; O. M. Roe, Erie. Tlie members i'rom tliis countv, who have been appointeil on the auxiliary nittees to assist in the vvork, are as follows: L'aper and paper stock, Clark Connvell, ui' Ypsilanti; cattle, W. K. Boydüii, of Delhi Mills; sheep, of Saline; poultry, Geo. J. Nisley, of Saline, and C, W, MansI. of Ypsilanti; poniology, E. II. i , oí" Aun Arbor, and L. D. Wat'kins, of Manchester; m.lleis'products, G. Frank Allmendinger,of Ann Arbor; muaie, A. A. Stanley, of Ann Arbor; food supplies, Dr. V. C. Vaughan, of Anu Arbor. ïlie complete committee on educational exhibits, which yet remains to be appointed by Chairmau Weston1, will undoubtedly include a good representation from Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti.