-The members of the graduating class in Pharmacv, working under the direction of Prof. Prescott, have prepared a fine case of pharmaceutical preparations for the Centennial Expo8itioB. -The Uuivarsity i indehted to Alexander Agassiz for a case containing twelve very fine specimens of setachtan fiah, coilected by the eider Agasjiz during his deep sea dredging expedition off the coast of South America. - Owing to the sickuess of Regent ürant's wife the Finance Committee was not able to commence work upou the laboratory accounts on the 25th. The investigation will probably be postponed for ten days or more. - A regular meeting of the Students' Scientific Association was held on Saturday evening last. Papers were read : on " Electricity in Thunder-storms, by O. C. Simonds ; and on " Methods of Capturing and Preserving Insects," by F. H. Kimball. The future meetings of the associatiou aro to be held on Monday evenings. -The Seniors are making ready for their class day exercises: their committee being Messrs. CJott, Foreman, Sanders, Ranney, Marshall, Pearson, W. G. Campbell, De Wolf, Brown, Booue, Potter, and H. W. Campbell. Another committee, consisting of Messrs. Sanders, Steere, and Durfee, has been appointed to confer with the Executive Committee of the Alumni, but as it was inatrncted to say that the class would not give the Alumni Tuesday, the conference will be a one-sided affair.