At a meeting beid in Chelsea, Wednesday of last week, arraugements were perfected for holding a county farmers' iustitnte in that villageon Tnesday and Wednesday of nest wtek, Jan. 19 and 20. The füllowing Rpeakers will be iu attendance: R. M. Kellogg, St. Joseph ; John L. Shawver, Ohio; H. E. Van Norman, Prof. H. K. Vedder and Dr. Hovvard Edwards, Agricnltnral College; Mrs. Mary A. Mayo, Battle Creek. The ftillovviDg snbjects will be diBcussed: "Clovers, manures and fertilizers, " "Farm buildings," "The farm dairy" practically illustrated, "Bridges and culverls for conutry roads, " "Markets," iu a broad seuse will also be discnssed. There will be a womau's section Wednesday afternoon coudacted by Mra. Mayo, who will also give a lecture before the iustitute the s.uiie eveuiug on "Home life ou the farm." Tbe meetiDgs will be entirely free and a large attendance is haped for. A warm placa will be provided iu which to eat lunches.