- Abüut 300 wout to Milan ou the eveuiug of the lüth to hear R. E. I'razer before the Milan Refonn Club. He gatliered ia a large nuiubet of recruits. lt was the first excursión over the T. & A. A. R. R. - Maaou Long, the reiorined Rambler ïrom Fort Wayne, Iiid., had a large audieaue ou Sunday afternoon latt, and made au afïectivê speech. - J. D. Uoii&u, IÍhij , ot Mouroe, a gradúate of tho Law departmeut of the Uuiversity, will nddress tho Itetorm Club uext Suuday aiternooii. - Mr. L Tuwer propoaes throwiog opeu his new barn aud adjomiug premises, ou Lodi Plaius, to the red ribbon clubs of the county t'or holding astrawberry and ice-crearu festival ome time iluring the coming strawberry sea8oo. Tho Uev. R. B. Pope and the Hou. R. E. Frazer of Ann Arbor, are expected to deliver addreases at the time. - " Ten Nights iu a Bar-Iíouin " was performed last eveniug in the Opera House, by a Jacksou amateur troupe, for the benefit of the Reform Club. - The Reform Club Minstreis go to Jackaoo ujt Mouday veuiog.