J. W. Andrews, of Detroit, addressed a large meeting ot the Reform Club on Sunday aftornoon last, at the Opera House. Ia the evening he went up with President Schumacher and other members of the club and addressed a meeting at Foster's. - At the business meeting of the Reform Club held on Wednesday evening, it was determined to become a legal incorporation uuder the 8tatute of last session, and tne uecessary articles of association were adopted. - N. W. Cheever, Esq., addressed a Befonn meefiug at Whitmore Lake on Sunday afternoon last. The Judge inclines to the opinión that there are sorae fit subjects for missionary work in that vicinity. - The "Reform" minstrels gave a performance in the Club rooms ou Wednesday evening, before a large audience, and last evening there was a dance, with O. O. Clark, Chas. Boylan, and Isaac Dunn as special managers. - George M. Chester, editor and publisher of the lied and White Ribbon, Detroit, was in town on Tuesday, introducing his Journal to the friends of reform. He ought to be given a geuerous support in his enterprise. - The subject D. Allen, of Rochester, N. Y., discussed before the Reform Club on Tuesday evening was, " Whisky and Heil, or Down Among the Dead Men." His own experiences were woven in. - R. E. Frazer, Eaq., returned from Greonville, Montcalm County, on Monday and reports a live meeting on Sunday eveniug. - Mr. ■ Bliss, of East Saginaw, will addross the Opera House meeting on Sunday afternoon next. - R. E. Frazer, Esq., is to speak at Delhi on Sunday evening next.