Láitsl üunday tüere were C3 uaiues obtained tü the pledge. Prof'. ï. P. Wilson spoke at Hamburg last evening, aod Messrs. Ward and Hughes are to speak at the same place tonight and to-morrow night, it beingthuir anniversary week. Col. Syirecter Lroed is to speak at the opera house tuis, Friday night, upoa the tetuperance work. It will be reuiembered this gentleman delivered un exoellent speech in the opera house reoently. Saturday eveuing Masón Long and Mrs. O. B. Schuyler are to speak in the opera house. A new temperauce song, writlen by Gen. Uibson, ot' Uhio, will also be rendered by two youug ladies, assisted by the choir. During the revival meetings the past week 132 new ñames have been secured to the pledge, and over 400 people who bad become either a little careluss or indifferent respecting their red ribbon badge have had the same replenished. "Maco" Long, of Indiana, the reforuied gambler, is to speak in the opera houset next Sabbath evening at 8 o'olock. This gentleman has lecture J in this cily heretofore and needs no coiumendation at our hands. Mrs. Skelton, of Detroit, will also assist in the speaking. There will be a temperance meeiing at the opera house next Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, the same to be addressed by .Mr-. Henriette Skelton, of Detroit. She is to speak in both the (Jermaii and English languages, and it is to be lioped the Geruoans will turn out in largo numbers to hear her as she is said to be an eloquent speaker.