TIn; ."iiitli anaiversury oí emaneipation of slaves n tne West Indies will bo obMrred In ihi city, August ], "S4. The reunion of the surviving mëmBërs ot' ilie lO-id oolored regiment, ü. S. A., will also be held on the saine date A largely attended naeeting ot' colored citlzens was held last week in preparatlon for tlie reunion; V. A. Sweeney was cliairmai) urwl W. T. Johnson, aecretary. The exercises will be held in Relief Park. It is expected that Col. Henry L. Chipman, the regiment' old commaoder, and Major M. Ii. Delaney, of South Carolina, will inake addresses. Hon. J. G. O'Haia, aWTtelj'fiflBiyiSe ïn attemlance'algo. Tlie conimittee is in coirespondence with him. Offleers and committees as follows were chosen at last week's moeting. Another meeting will be held tliis evening for raakin further arrangements: President of the day- Wm Graves Vice-Presidents-R. A. Ilazen, of YpsilantiJohn Davis ofLansing; R. Massenburg. of T ,-' luunnu - y imam jonnson hnSSiSÍanR '" of Ana Ar. aríjTnsoCn." Rail'-Jhn '-oncy .„d R,d, C.snnfaTlndSJ"hn Lney' Geo' Jcw=ttand Jamej n"r SC' ' C' Taylor and T. Sh.TrTn'dJSr1"0' FrC-' "¦ ard'joSn'tVgKsícY10 C"aÍrman; "M" c.t"n„d'zJebsOliVCrSt:el' C-Smilh Me-r..Jw.