The nest three Sunday evenings at the Unitarian ohurch will be devoted to a series of services in honur uf some of the eminent persous who have died during the past year. Next Snuday night Goveruor Ashley and Govornor Felch will be oommemorated, with addresses by Judge V. D. Hammau, Mr. William N. Brown, and Jndge N. W. Cheever. A week from next Suaday eveninp Professor F. N. Scott will spaak on the two distinguished English paiDters, Sir Frederiok Leightou and Sir John Aulláis, Mrs. Eliza JR. Snnderland on Harriet Beecher Stowe, America's greatest woman writer, and Mr. Edson Sundeiland on Professor Ernst Curtius, the great Germán historian of Greece. A week later Professor S. F. Peckham will speak on Dr. W. H. Fnrnen the eminent liberal preacher and writer of Philadelphia, Mr. B. A. Finney on Enocb Pratt, the distinguished Baltimore philanthropist, and Rev. J. T. Sunderland on William Morris, the English poet, artist and social reformer.