This society, aa we said last week, will keep Forefathers' Day on Honday evening next. The meeting will be ■ at Cook's Hotel at six o'clook. The ordor of exercises will be as follows : MUSIÓ. PEAYEB. MTT8IC. Oratinn by - Proi. H. K. HUTCHIN8. Business Meeting. S upper. MUSIC. Responses by the following gentlemen to sentiments; Mayor Beakes ; Hon. C. I. "Walker; Prof. J. Estabrook. MTJSIO. Hon. S. M. Cutcheon ; Dr. F. H. Gerrish ; E. D. Kinne, Esq. ; Hon. H. W. Rogers. MUSIO. Tickets for the supper can be procured at the bookstores, at Cyrus A. Lewis', and at Clark & Cropsey's. It is very desirable that those who propose to attend, obtain their tickets at once, in order that the committee may know how mauy to provide for. The animal meeting of the Washtenaw County Agricultural Society was held on Tuesday, witli an attendance larger than in preceding years. The following officers were elected : President - John J. Robison. l'he-Presidents - J. G. LeLand.Burk Spencer, Oeorge A. Peters, David Cody, G. N. B. Reuwiek. Recording Secretary - J. E. Sumner, Varrespondinq Secretary - Lorenzo Davis. Treasurer - James J. Parshall. With an Executive Committeeman in each town. A Union Meeting in the interest of the American Sunday School Union will be held jn 'the l'resbyterian clmrch on Sunday evening. The Rev. Thomas Wright, State Superintendent; Mr. Nelson Kiugsbury, of the A. S. S. U., and Mr. Ingersoll and other missionaries from the North Woods will be present and address the nieetiog.