The business meeting of the reform club on VVednesday evening was largely attended. The aeveral comuiittees reportel on the most desirable locations for nn opera house. One tbought the lot in the rear of the Chandler House, which coüld be purchased for f 4,000. was preferable to the Goodrich corner at $5,000. A number of speeches pro and con were indulgud in, when the club by un almost unanimous vote instructed the committee appointed at a previous meeting to makc an offer of $5,000 for the last mentioaed property, providing they could secure subscriptions to the amount of $1,200 or $1,500 from those owning real estáte in the iinmediate vicinity, toward constructiog an opera house. A re8olution to vacate the club rooms at once was withdrawn, and a conimittee consistingof B. F. Boylan, J. B. Saundersand Wm. Copeland was appointed for securing other quartcrs, and instructed to report next Wednesday evening. The committee on printing was dispensed with. The treasuror reported cash on hand to the amount of $244.23, and $15,30 wasfordues eollected last nionth by the financial secretary, William Ball. The programme which inay postibly be varied, somewhat, was arranged for the week of the annivorsary, when the following speakers are expected to be present : Rev. R. B. Pope and Prof. Foster, of Chicago ; Capt. J. F. Linscott, and Rev. T. F. Hildreth of Grand Rapids; Gen. Sun Cary, of Ohio ; Rev. F. Von Schlembach, Neal Dow, M. J. Fanning, and other cclebrities. The last two anniversarics were a grand success, and the club now proposo to mako this the most telling ever held in Michigan. It is certainly the banner club in the State, and what the boys undertake they alway.s carry through successfully.