- A tempeniuce revival is in progress in Dexter. - G. W. Wook8, junior law, spoko in Ypsilanti, Sunday. - C. M. Osgood of Ann Arbor town will addro6s the citizons at Fostor next Sunday evening ou the subject of temperance and reform. - Miss Lucia E. F. Künball of Chicago 111. will lecturo before the ladies' Teinperanoe Assoeiatiou of tho University, i ii Unirersity Hall on Sunday eveniug April Gth. - The second anniversary of tlie Eeform club, which eloseda woek's seasion yesterday has proved a great success. Hundreds have signed the pledge. The meetings havo been addressed by prominent orators from abroad and neai'ly all the clergy of the city. Treasurer's report shows the receipts f f om all sources during the year to have been $2,i)2i.08, which has gone to pay expenses of the club, consisling of room rent, print ing, paying speakers, leaviug a balance of $06.