Mrs. Anuie Witteninyer of Phüudelphia aud Presideut of the Womaus' National Teinperauce Union will speak at the Opera House oq Tueiday evening uoxt. Her lecture will be upon womaus' work ïu tbe teinperance cause, whnt they are doing and propose to do. She comea here by special request of the Womans' Chri8tiau Temperauce Union of Auu Arbor, aud is aaid to be an able and forcible speaker. She was known during the Rebellion for her sorvicos in euriuj,' for the wounded and sick soldier The Opera House shoulci be fillod. Admission only five ceutá. - This aftemoon and eveuiug there 13 to be a strawbery aud icu-cream festival, undor the au3pices of the Lodi Reform Club, at the residence of Loyal Tower. Iu the atternoon a3dresses will be giveu by Rev. R. B. Pope, R. E. Frazer, Esq., and others. Singing by the Anu Arbor Glee Club aud tnusic b}r the Mtnnis Orehestra. A social hop In the evening. - The Reform Club excursión to Tolede will take place next Thuraday, June '20. The train will leave at 7 1 2 o'clock a. m. aud arrive home at 7 p. m. Fare forthe round trip, H.O0 ; children half price. - Judge Huntington, R. E. Frazer, Rev. Dr. Hildreth, of Jackson, and Amos Johnson, of Ltuismg, are billed to address a Red Ribbon gathering at Wasepi, near CenterviHe, on the lóth 16th iiist. - The Detroit Reform Club tmnounce a State Conveution to be held at Detroit- June 27 and 28, and invites cach Red Ribbon organization in the State to send five delegates. - The audience of Rev. V. H. Ryder, at tho Opera House, on Sunday aftemoon last, wx not a large one, but his address gave satisfaction. - The aiiniversaiy exercises oftheJuvenile Temperance Union are to be held in the Opera House at ' o'clock p. ui. ou Sunday. - Prof. Olney addresBed the Lodi Reïorm Club ou Sunday eveuiug last and J. Q A. Sessious the Delhi Dlub.