- On Sunday afternoon laat Dr. Henry A. Reynolds, the fouuder of the now prevailing and prosperous system of Reform (Jlubs, popularly known as "Red Ribbon Clubs," because their members wear a knot of red ribbon as the badge of membership, addressed a líirge audience in the Opera House. In the evening he addressed a still larger audience in University Hall. Dr. Reynolds sketched the origin and progress of the reform, and struck telling blows ia favor of total abstinence. He gave the eider, beer, and wine drinker neither encouragement nor quarter, assigning good reasons tor banning those beverages so often claimed as harmless. After his address a large number signed the pledge and tied on the red ribbon. - Rev. J. T. Sunderland, of the Unitarian Church, is aunounced to spaak at the Opera House next Sunday afternoon. - The St. Thomas' Temperauce Benevolent Society will celébrate its first auniversary next Sunday evening, on which ocoasion Rev. Charles Rielly, D. D., of Detroit, will give a lecture. Subject: "Societies, Their Objects aud Influences."