The XleMfMl ex-prisoners of war associiition wül hold a reunión at Detroit, June ïl, SS and 23, l.S81,and u cordial invitaiion i hereDy extended to al! veterana to meet with thein. The program includes a parade, speeches by distinguished stakers, (Alusic hall, with a seating capacity of 8,000, has been engaged for the three day.t rides on the river, and a grand banquet by the ladies or Detroit. The rate of two cents per mile has been secured on all railroads (-entering in Detroit, and one-half fare on the Cleveland umi Detroit.. steamers. Visitors will pay full fare one way and be returmil for one-third fair on presentation of ¦ certifícate issued by the secretary, wlnch all should apply for. Comrades-whointend to particípate witli us will pleiiüe inform the secretary at once that we may know how many to provide for. Reduced rutes have been secured at the hotek, ranging f rom $1 .00 to $2.00 per day. lent Garfleld, Secretary of War Lincoln, Cieiis. Shertnan, Sherldan, Hancock, and other distinguished comrades have been invited; some of them will surely attend. All niilitia companie8 of the state of Michigan have been invited to particípate in the mná parade, together with the United Btotea replars of Detroit. Mnsic will be fnrnished by the best bands of the west, and a gloriou jollification can be depended "u Ail will be made heartily welcome.