Unity Club has its course of lectures and entertainrnente for the coming fall and winter essentially cornpleted. It offers somethingr retnarkably fine. There will be eight lectures and four other entertaininents - twelve evenings iu all, and the whole course will be oflfered as usual for a dollar. Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones, of. Chicago, editor of New Unity, extensión lecturer of Chicago University, and one of the most eloquent preaohers in that city, will give bis famous 'lecture on "The Cost of a Fooi." Rev. W. W. Penn, pastor of the Church of the Messiah, Chicago, and special preacher for this year of Harvard Univorsity, will lecture on "Dante," with a f uil set of Dore's splendid illustratious. Prof. Nicbolas P. Gilman, editor of the New World, Boston, and aothor of many well known books, will lecture on a living subject consected with the sociological progrese of the country. Rev. Eli Fay, D.D., of Los Angeles, Cal., one of the best known and ablest speakers on the Pacific Coast, will give bis lecture on "Some Obstacles to Individual and Social Reforma. '' Rev. Samuel M. Crothers, of Cambridge, Mass., Dne of the most brilliant men in New England.will speak on a tbeme not yet announced. He is pastor of the cburch attended by President Eliot and a large part of the faculty of Harvard University. Dr. Victor C. Vaughan, dean of the medical department, U. of M., will give an account of his wonderfully interesting visit of the past summer to St. Petersburg, Moscow, and the great "Fair of Nijni-Novgorod." Dr. Samuel A. Jones, of this city, will lecture ou "Thoreau," bringing out some intresting facts about that great genius that have uever befoie been made public. Prof. Dean C. Worcester, U. of M., will give a splendid illostrated leoture on "The Phiiippiue Ielands and their people,': including an account of the Spauish rule in those Islands, and the social aud politioal conditions whioh have led up to the present revolt agaiüst the Spanish governraenfc. The 75 slides used to illustrate this leotnre are the flrst that have ever been made of scenery in that part of the world. One fcveuing will be devoted in part to sbadow pantomimes, and in pait to leadings of fine seleotions of literature illustrated in a unique manner by means of stereopticun views. There will be a most interesting evening of "American Poetry and Song," and anotber not less deiightfnl of "Irish Poetry and Song," in which the best aongs of America (including the songs of the sontb) and the best songs of Ireland will be rendered. These eveninsg will be sometbing uuiqne. Pinally, there will be a "Heine Evening," with a short address upon that most brilliant of modern lyrie poets, and the singing (partly in German and partly in Bïjglish) of a large number of his fineet songs set to mosio by Schnmann, Schnbert, and other famous composers. Season tickets for the course will be pot on sale at once at Sheehan's, Wahr's and other places.