There is to be a temperance, Suuday school inci gospel tent meeting at Whitmore Lake from June 6 to the 13th inclusive. The Ann Arbor reform club tent with seating capacity for 3,000 perBona, lias been engaged for the occasion, and the meetings wiU bo lielil in that. The opening sermón will be preached on Monday evening, June -tílli, by Rev. Wm. George, of Duudee, subject, "Aloses on ■Mount Nebo." Tuosdny, June 7th, wiU be lemperance day. The YVhitmore Lake reform clul) hokls ts anuiversary upon tbat day, and sends out a hearty invitaliori to all temperance societiea in Washtenaw, Livingston and üakland counties to join them in the services of that day. Rev. C. T. Allen, of Detroit, Rev. I). ft. hier, of Saline, l'rof. T. P. Wilson, of the University, Rev. 11. O. Parker, of Fowlervillc, and Rev. .!. C. Higgins, of Detroit, are some of the speakers expected on temperance day. Wednesday June 8th will be devoted to SUNÖay SCHOOL WOBK and its interests. All Sunday schools of" all denominations are hcreby carnestly iuvited to come on Wednesday in loada- teachers, olïicers and scholars. Make it a picnic day and all come. All under 20 years of age will be ailmilted frec. Horace llitchcock, of Detroit, has been invited to lake charge of the services of that day nut invite such ministers and helpers as ha wants to assist him in lilling up the da; with good things. The admission on that day is made frec to children and all under 20 years of age, to induce the Sabbath schools to come in a body. It will be a grand treat to the children and the exercises will be such as to greatly proflt the teachers, officers and parents. Beginning on Thursday morniug the gospel 8EEVICE8 l'uorER will continue until the followini; Monday or Tuesday mom ing. Rev. E. E. Cater, of Fenton, has been invited to preach on Thursday morning at 10:30. There will be al least three or four sermons a day. Prayer meetings, clabS meetings, enquiry meetings, a love feaot, and a communiou sorvice, will be held as the interests of the meeting seem to demand. All persons are Ueartlly welcome to come and atteud as ïnaiiv of the services asconvenient. Ilere is au opportunity for yonr wives and your sisters and your èousins and your aiiuts. Those who are unable to tind" accommodations at the hutels will be suppljed with a place to pitch their tents without expense. Arrangemens are to be made at Ann Arbor, Bmhtou and South Lyon, 80 that persons coming to either of these places on the can can be taken to the Lake and return AT REASO.NAIil.K I'.ATES. To cover the cost of the tent, the printIng, the deputy marshals, lights, and many other oecessary expenses conneetcd with such a meeting, a small admission fee will be charged, as follows: A single ticket, one day, live cents. A season ticket, for one person, 30 cents. A famïly ticket for one day, 20 cents. A wason ticket fora lamily during the whole week's meeting, 00 cents. All ministers, their families, and all the speakers and helpen in the meeting will ie admitted free. BbOUld anyone desire furthcr information on the subject, it will be furnished by Kcv. A. F. Hoyt of Whitmore Lake. A meeting of this kind will undoubtedly cali togelhera large crowd.