The Palladium will appear next week. The calendar will appear soon after holidays. The holiday.vacation begins the 17th, and continúes till Jan. 3d. Prof. Watson lecturea to-morrow eveuing, in he law lecture room, on Egypt. Some students have already gone home to ook after Chriatmas festivitiea. Rev. Dr. Cocker will preach in Uuiversity Hall on Sunday next, at 3 o'clock p. m. The law students are to have no more lectures printed. It was uot agreeable to the professors. The Alpha N"u Society discuased the question of Chandler for next President, at their meeting on Friday night. The lecture by Robert Collyer, in Umversity Hall on Weduesday eveniug, was conaidered a oue of the beat of the course thuB f ar. Dr. G. L. Ford, of the medical department, will deliver th second in the course of popular scientifio lectures, next week. His subject will be " The Extremities of Men and Animáis. The following railroudo will furniah reducec ratea to students who go home or elsewhere duriug the holiday Tacation : Canada Southern, Flint & Pere Marquette, Ft. Wayde, Jackson & Saginaw, Chicago & Alton, Chicago & Northwestern, Chicago, Rock Ialand & Pacific The regular meeting of the Students Scien tifie Society was held on Saturday forenoon Papers were read by A. A. Bennett on the Phyaics of Ice, and by H. B. Parsoua on Elec troplating. The former was illustrated wit! the magie lantern. Miss Catharine M. Wat -son was receivod as a new member.