At the memorial service in honor of Frederick Douglass at the Unitarian church next Sunday evening there will be addresses as follows: Rev. J. M. Henderson, of Detroit, on "Frederick Douglass: his Life, Character, and Influence." Judge N. W. Cheever: "A Visit to the South: Personal Observations as to the Condition and Prospects ,of the Colored People." Rev. A. W. Moore: " Some Wrongs that still need Righting." Judge W. D. Harriman: "The Career of Douglass as an Incentive to his Race." A poem will be read by Mr. W. K. Childs. The two colored churches of the city will join in the service, and both pastors will have parts in the exercises. The addresses will be short. Music for the occasion will be furnished by the Fancher Quartette club, of Detroit. "The Old Kentucky Home" and other favorite songs and hymns of Douglass will be sung.