The lecture announced to be given by Miss Bartlett, of Kalamazoo, on Monday evening next, will be given by Mrs. Fanny B. Williams, a colored woman of Chicago, who has been lecturing under Miss Bartlett's patronage. Although Miss Bartlett was to speak on the rightsand wrongs of the American Negro, she thought that Mrs. Williams could present the subject more satisfactorially. Mrs'. Williams' subject will be "The Progress of Colored Women Since their Emancipation." By all who have heard her speak, especially at the Women 's Congress held in May last and at the Parliament of Religions held in Sept., she was spoken of as an able and accomplished woman. She is to be introduced by Miss Bartlett and the club feels confident that its patrons will be well pleased.