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VOL. 1.-NO. 52.



Ancient Egypt in the Light of Mod-
ern Discoveries.
Anew and exhaustive historical,
pictorial anil descriptive work enti-
tied ':ancient Egypt in the Light of
Moderns Discoveries" is nosy beisg
prepsared hy Charles Ft. S. D)avis,
M. D)., Ph. 1)., msember of the
Aisicicasi IPiilologicai Society and
Association for the Advancemns of
Sciesice, etc., anti Res. Camdien M.
Cobern, A. 13., Pb. D., of this city,
wchoe is also a imember of the Society
if Btibiicai Archaeology, of tLoindoin;
Associate of the Victoria Institute;
Flloissvof the Society of Science,
Letters and Arts, of London, and
oneit of the local honorary secretaries
of the Egy-pt and Palestine Explora-
The svork wiii be an entirely new

within five minutes walk of Lake New Building for Yale.' r OF YOUR
Michigan, and the campus will cover
four entire blocks. Work upon the f0ohuosrc o cv ulig~' O IT A G
frthe Shseffielid Scientific Schsoolssi IL 1
huidiigsxxii h bguniiuie~ia hysnbeens awarded to a Bridgeport
and by next year enough xiii bet Mailed to You -=
completedtoacmoaeoosu firmi, the bid being a little less{ :-TruhY r
dents. 's'he geiseral plais of the tia i n ouo. Tse building will NXX
bidnswlbeafolw:Tebe untel for the niechsanical eiigiii- H P TA E
liidig vi ea olw:'ieeeriisg department, antI xiii be sit- -'x -- -"-_
ci~rnetfrsene vi c u natecd between North Shneffield Hll Upon -
onse sqhuare; the gracduate depart- niodSefed fl.I vi ePR-ICE 0 PPLICA.TION.
jietsiocsx6i iu feet Sinchies loisg isy 8-tfeet
ssfflcen, recitation rooius, departmnist . .l
labsoratories, the adjoiniisg osie; the iscies wiide, is the shaise tof a IttIfII f
'T'leological department, Osgood parallelogramsi xithirouindi turrets WLSTI
Scenifc chol uni Shol fat earls end aisd a boiler ansd enieiamxe Msnturers of FinestPliii
Scietifc Scool an Schol f nani.jewveiledsi set0 Badges.
Practical Arts another, ansi the Col- rossm on one sisie. 'There xiii he DETROIT, _ MICH.
legatedeprimista fssitis 'Vsefour stories us all withs a basemeist.
gymnasiunm will he niodelesd after tue On the first floor will lie wisod-work.-
Vale gymnlasiuim, and the .Ml.C.A. lug miachsiinery ansd the macinie tool
building after Dwsigsth-tail. 'rhe rooms over tire boiler and engin
rooms, besides separate draught.
isrincipal tdonors are asfolloxws: Halfin rois frjuoseirnu


onr, eimbodyiisg the results of miocd- iinlansdswas giveni uy asla iscm,
enssliciseres ii ha woderulof Ciicago. Joshn D). Rockafeller graduate stuidents, lecture room, li-
cousitry, andsilii contalin a vivid hsas givenis$lu,uuu for teDlivinity bayadsuis iescn lo
doritoy, hic wil b beun x iiilise dividedsip iisto rooissfor
descripitisuis of all the startlinig von-drs oy,'xvaiciouviiiueese tihet third o ectto
d~ers ivhichs modern research has since, besides gicllsgat cbftereist times sns o eiaii
isrsssistti liht isiiig tse ~tover $Iroo0.000. 'Tie (Osgoodi Sd- rooms studies assd srasigiting rrooms,
brogh t lihtduingth pstasisithe fsssrthi floor xvilconstaiisnItwo
tsrenty-five years. cistific School is fosiidesi onsass en-
large lsalts.
Amossng the subljects treated illviilosysmenit of abosst$ s ,oo,oou left isy ii steil(ftiebsllii vi
tsrtin s'oioy msss etisslog ofMr. Osgood, tinefirst msayoirif Clii- lie Nisrte lriifsteiletisrig, ill
pethtistologyssgan ihnlteraurecage). lHathvsesrergasssleststbsatick, - trim V - '
l:' 7 " go.sisIst h lucr rdut dprt helngae xviidllsisersaturseig csiesxxihsbsss of pressdubiscksins
architectue seal terresndcpaitta. ittxviii wlie elcoursesleasingit
ar slcur 1iiisr adpit it he eree of i3. A. assd B. S. 'I'istractastwllb iihdi
ingss its religiron, andid omsetic life - 0 ,. hard woiod, hseatesh by steams, ansd
.ssd sinusirs, its sciesnce, isecisasi- iAhtegaismteas iesgri will sane the iltest smsosernimpsihrove-
cai andishndustrial arts, millitary schoolsxviiillemopeiseienextTail.eA-
equimen, a~riultue ec. o rt iawv school, school of eninseerinsg,
tqxspntnt aricltue, tc, tgets-school of peaoync hosol of fiue trance xiiilie thsrissghs a snisi-rci-
cr i xthsass interestiing descriptions of idg yin stimne andr brick puirchs.
srts and school of siusic will lie or-
MohidernisiEgypt. "i--e-a-nonasth.fsn+-ofth
T o thin niny students of ancient gaie sso'stefnso h Ann Arbor. the University and tine
University permsit. .Prof. '. I'. Ab- Saloons.
I- syptiass history, ansi to all who are
isnherested iii this remsarkable cosis- Yot.si~aso hePu mt
xvisosavenot te Thue first gesseral examnsatisissxci lsTenboxve is the subject of si,
p yybehoseave settthesine.rA.nityta paper to lie rtadl befosre thin Stusiests'
iii usae eploatioss hseneiesto have soile chiarge of the athsittis . (hiristian Associationi, sy Prouf. J. 13.
this wock xiii be assisnvalxuabile oust.gI' Sttert, Susndhay, Dec. 6i, at 9:a5 sa.
_ae wvortk xiiile issed ion tiventy - -
s.,in NewbtriyHail. Prof. Steere's
four parts, large quacto, oh hearp Jetfersoniams Public Entertainment.lnreincinAnrbad
tonxeth Iaier, each part constainiioi h su euhisei i rir uu
lurs orhify poto ngrvins. hire first 1public enttrtainntsthiss wvihtdexpieritsceint stempleranice
xor iiiobefifty uedioengevrygsOnth, ivens by the Jeffersesnias Siociety ixvork conmbine to smake tireipaiper
hartngwt ex auay h this year xiii occur is)tire lair her- one of unusual interest. It luaulinr
lidcexvii e oe ollr serpat, utture ruins Friday evening, D~ec. ills, prepared withi the utmst care. (ir
piocerlltone thelltriden tfbmo-'rhe folioxing excellent programmeIDecemsber 13, at the sanseiulace at 3
xviiidr be irentelerednt:op.odir., the iastors of thue city- xiii
erne seas ssop~orurstyo soses Iresidenst's Adduirs----------A... avis (iiiscuis thse samue luestion.
the ivork, it will be deliveredi to the I'iae noSlo . ..-------- s-- M iiss ne ODavis - --...- -
first five hundrnei subscribers for (Orstile------------------- A. F. Wentwnrth
fifty cent a part.'ornietlSoo- - - -0_________. 5W. Coliniss Yesterday morning Dr. Carroxw
fitycntahrt Sciety papes'. ..----------J:. in.tely ursedi a part of his hour in readinig
Vocal Sols .- ._____ Mrs. Frsfeesor Ilemiss
Chicago, University. Debate. Rtesiold,'ThaI Seltishnsess is a asnd explaining the rules of thin nexw
______ - Greator OCilizor than Ilene viileice,". hospital. 'rie- rules were adopted
Thesn iewly established Chicago ---------Y.A, C . 09{ily; Neon-it. A. Hair
Guitr Slo ------ -s--- -- urJr. ci by the clinical professors asid the
Universty, of which Prof. Harper is Quaattte., -essrs.: Yz Horn,PamrDvirentadpoiefrthcmot
president; will be formnallyopened salasat awePrsrgnsadprvd o h ofr
Y " -- +-- - - of tihe patients, the convenhence of
in September,- 1892. It is situated The first graduation at Ilarsard the hospital staff anti the,'good of
in the southern part of Chicago, University was in n1646l. - thse siudents.

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