Junior exhibitlon Friday evening.March 2kh. Some of the cJasseshave oommenced rcviewing. Miss Nettie E. Latson, 'oí Webster, class of '81 vUittnl the school Tuesday. The physics clan close their laboratory work ior Una term Friday. Olareuce Henderson, class of '86 look cool bath whlle skating on the river Monday. Ttie Washington program given by lyceum No. 1, last Wednesd:iy evenlng was Tory iutcresting. Each membor took a part in the cxercises. A debate of the question, "Rctolved, That WaaUngton'l proclamation of neutrality in 1733 was justlfiable," was well handled by A. J. Ladd on the afflnuative and II. N. Frost on the ncgatire. The Budget, the lyceum's weekly paper, editcd tbis week by E. B. C-oarad and contaluiug t'oreign, national, and local news, was not out of place. Tho musli-, furnished by the Hayrlrn -rtett, waa very woll given.