The 4th of July will be celebrated this year by the people of NorthReld with great pomp and splendor. A picnic is to be held at Smith's jrove, Whitmore Lake, and the Snest program ever presented by any picnic held at the lake will be carried out on Tuesday afternoon, commencing at 4 o'clock sharp. Some of Ann Arbor's finest talent will tend to lend enchantment to the undertaking, which will prove very entertaining to all who attend. The ladies are strenuously endeavoring to make the eatables wholesome and toothsome for their city neighbors, and in this most important duty they hope to succeed. The Toledo, and Ann Arbor road will, besides their 7:15 Standard time train, run a special train at 10 a. m., city time, to the lake; returning, leave the grounds at 7 o'clock in the evening. This will give the many f rom Ypsilanti who are to attend an opportunity to catch the 8 o'clock motor. A good program and an excellent time are assured, as may be seen by the following PROGRAM. "My Country, 'Tis of Tliee." Minnis Society Orche-tra. The Day we Celébrate ..Kev. Edward D. Kelly. Tenor Solo- Selected Mr. Bruno St. James. "Three ('heers for tbe Ked, White :ind Blue," Minni Society Orohestra. Oomic Sons, "Nate Little Bit of a Man," Wm. 1). Healy. Recitation Miss Nora O'Brien. Duteh Comic Song, "Mine Grandfather's Mule," George l'rimeau. "Patriotism," Hou. Thos. A. Bosle. "Yankee Doodle,".. Minnis Society Orehestra. Comic Song- Selected Wm. D. Healy. The Ladiea Hon. JohnV, Sheehan. The Colored Men's Glee Club, of Ann Arbor, have consented to sing several plantation songs.