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WHY WEEPEST THOU'?
I" *ould not have you to be ignorants
brethern, concerning them which ar3 asleep'
that ye sorrow not, even as othz:s which
have no hope."-I. Thess., iv. 13.
Why weepest thou?
-thy beauteous one is resting;
Trouble no more assails her fond heart now;
No more that frail bark life's rude wave
hy weepest thou?
Woaldst thou recall her
7rotp her calm, deep joy,
T okt might there in future years befall
Sweet songs of rapturous praise her powers
Wouldst thou recall her?
Qrie!'s bittr tears -
Have all been kissed away
homher dear face whom memory reveres;
Why down thine own pale cheeks, then,
ahoul1d there stray
Grid's bitter tears?
eye not one,
Though severed for awhile?
flaithou no joy that she her race has run,
And has received her Master's gracious
- Ane ye not-one?
" e~n _ e.agsin,
WItb rapturous emotion,
twin-severed streams flow toward the distant
-And 'tis the one prayer of your soul's
!s - eetagain.
AuOe asI meet,
, '* ithsl, lovingbearted,
Whe bowed together at the Saviour's feet;
me-folth, one hope ye had, who now are
& ye."ai meet'
igArt no more.
O glorious reality,
'h ft and hope, when life's few years
Your spirits, clothed with immortality,
Se Toprtno more.
)USCETL.A NE OUS.
-SANaRIA TYPOGRAPHICAL tTNIOI
Theoampual ameeting- of this body was
Son Satutday evening. The attend
b,,, *iaeof members of the craft was quite
- 'aI~nd there was much interest mani
.ditn-he prooedings, especially by
tbefiends of IJe Various candidates for
~The following is a list of the oifi
- ~ elected for the ensuing year. A. B.
~~r, President ; Ely Otto, Vice Presi
* 1m~i~ames:PF. X. Devine, Secretary and
a Wssurer; John Britton, Sergeant at
'9 z .~aes F. X. Devine, James R. Allen,
iid R1LJ.Livine were eleeted Delegates
- othe approaching annual session of the
National Union, which will 'e held at
li ison the 3rd'day of June next.
Thi session will be the fifteenth of the
- &tional Ulion, a body whicb has retain
.is organization longer and worked
- me harmoniously than any similar
-trades Union or Association. -The men
omeposing it, being practical printers,
are of course men of intelligence. Indeed,
bie are some among them who have at
aimd to prominent positions; and, in
siadet-of genuaine talent, and sound
reclical asese, the National Union would
sbWsufer by comparison with any of our
* 'tate- Legislatures.-Savannah Adver
-' ADvxansED;-Few- persons appreciate
1ivalaisofliberal and extensive adver
ii Tet it is one of the most power
#Nds4 the business man that can be
- aouteived. For the benefit of those who
a'tsee it when the use of advertising
Wsdiscussed, we give the following in
* taee of its value
* The man who' invented Drakes Planta
tioelitters' and,invented the cabalistic
agi-+S. T.-1860-X' .for them, and
dauhed it all over the world, has made
sa independIent fortune. Lately be' sold
oet istright in the invention (after hay
-ingmadeaa much money as he needed,)
for $70,000. After the sale he was to
comunonienate the significance of the won
duiful aihd renowned hierogliphics:
& ;%-1S86-X.-Started Trade 18S60-X
ddaicapital anid this is the tact.-He
s-tedbis business in 1860 with a capital
of onlyten dotlars; and by dint of con
tatand persistent, and magnanimous
*v'ertising, has amassed a princely for
tune inside oahlfdozen years.
-Tgga Mosr TNDEPENDNsT MAN.-Ther'e
uiao man more independent than the
'oilner of a well cultivated farm. He is
less beholden to popular'-sentiment than
nyother calling. lHe has always a sure
-anpport before him' without consulting
tbhe oinions or relying upon the custom
of any one.. There-is a constant market
for all the surplus he can produce,'arnd he
obtains for it the current prices without
-apone demanding of him to know sof
- im his religious or political faith.
Pio Isox Fruo GEoSGIA.-The Louis
,We Democrat of the 13th, says : Messrs.
Gu.thrie k, Co., agents, received to-day,
from the Iron mines at Trenton, Georgia,
their first invoice of pig iron. The iron
is said to be of excellent quality, and is
now being tested in this city. This is a
new feature in the exports 'of Georgia,
and promises to add greatly to her other
end numerous sources of wealth.
Sesan Hutson, an old customer, who
got tight and warm on yesterday, and,
supposing she was burning, run into the
steet and cried fire, paid $5 and was put
eat this morning.-Charleston News.
It is the restit of every day's experi
ace that steady attention to matters of
detal lies at the root of human prog-ess,
and that diligence,'above all, is the mo
thter of good luck. Accuracy is also of
much importance, and an invariable
mark of good'training.
The Brattleboro' Phoenix -ays : "A
tape worm preserved in alcohol, bas been
shown us, which *ras removed a few
yreeksago fr.om'Henry A. Riynolds, of
this village, by Dr. Ketchum, that mea
..~,..A KiA t,~ph~a in l~noh" I
Town of FROG LEVEL.
THE Subscriber offers forsale, positively,
21 acres of Land, in the aforesaid town, on
which there is at this time, a good dwelling
house. with three good rooms, two brick
chimneys, good kitchen, meat house, stable
and crib, also two offices fionting the street,
16 x 22, and room sufficieit on the street to
build two or three large store houses. I
will sell on reasonable terms, and payments
made easy to an approved purchaser.
Jan 9 4t 2eow DAVID KIBLER.
For Sale or Rent.
The House and Farm in Newberry, now
the property of Alonzo J. White, Esq., and
and formerly the residence and property of
Dr W. W. MeMorris. On the premises
are a fine dwelling house, all necessary out
buildings, and a fine well of water. In the
garden and lot, there is also a fine selection
of Fruit Trees.
Attached is a Farm of Twenty Acres,
more o; less, recer.tly cultivated, and well
drained aud fenced.
For terms apply at R. R. Depot.
N. 2 MAZYCK, Ag-vt.
Jan. 16 3 tf.
In every county of North and South Caro
lina, to canvass and sell Lloyd's new double
map of North America on the face, and a
county map of the United States on the
back-covering 24 square feet of muslin,
with rollers, &c. Other agencies can be
given if desired. Ageuts make from $5 to
$20 per day. Address,
WARREN R. MARSHALL,
General Agent Lloyd's Map,
Columbia, S. C.
Feb. 20 S st.
By is Ercellency JA JIES 1L. OR E,
Governor of South Carolina.
Whereas information has
beencommunicated to this Department that
a series of outrages have been perpetrated
on sundry persons, white and colored, in
the Districts of Laurens, Greenville, Ander
son and Abbeville, by three desperate out
laws, to wit :-Brown, known as Texas
Brown, by - Sullivan, of Laurenis, and by
Brkett, .alias Burkhead, alias Wallace,
wherein the lives of many persons have
been threatened and the property of others
pillaged ; and whereas it has been represen
ted that Elias Brown, a freedman, has been
murdered by the two former ; and whereas
the said Brown cormitted an assault and
battery on the person of Lewis Clark, a
freedman, with intent to kill, at Cokesbury,
S. C.; and whereas the said Brown, Sullivan
and Burkett, alias Wallace,:. perpetrated a
daring robbery upon Jessie French, a citi
zen of Greenuille, S. C.; and weesthe
said Brown and Bur~kett assaulted, with in
tent to kill, sundry citizens of Anderson
District ; and whereas these desperate out
laws have committed other acts of rapine,
plunder and outrage, and have thus far elu
ded and avoided arrest by the civil autbori
ties for their manifold crimes:
Now know ye, that I, JAMES L. ORR,
Governor and Commander-in-Chief in and
over the State aforesaid, do hereby offer a
reward of NINE HUNDRED DOLLARS
for the arrest and safe deiivery of the sai'l
Brown, Sullivan and Burkett in any jail in
this State, or THREE HUNDRED DOL
LARS for either of them.
All Sheriffs, Constables, Magistrates and
all other officers of the State, civil and miil
itary, are hereby commanded and required
to-use every exertion to secure the arrest
of the parties aforesaid, to the end that
the laws of this State may be maintained
and these outlaws brought to condign pun
In witness whereof, I have hereunto sub
scribed my name and caused the
seal of this State to be affixed, at the
[L. B.] city of Columbia, this twenty-second
day of February, A. D. 1867, and in
the ninety-first year of the indepen
dence of the United States of Anteri
ca. JA MES L. ORR, Governor.
ELusox CmAIs, Secretary of Sta te.. -
Feb. 27 9 St.
We propose to publish a Weeklyv
Paper, devoted to the diffusion of the prin
ciples of religion and the interests of the~
Baptist denomination. We have been
moved to this undertaking by the solicita
tions of brethren in various portions of this
State, as well as of other States, among the
readers of tle late Confederate Baptist, and
by our own conviction that a paper of a
high character would contribute largely to
the intellectual improvement, the religious
progress and the general welfare of the
churches. The field is large, affording am
pa room for all sincere and zealous Mior,
The Baptist will be printed on a sheet
about twenty-two by thirty-two inches, and
will contain twenty-four broad columns,
mostly in Long Primer type, clear and legi
ble, so that it anay be read with comfort,
even by the aged. Its entire mechanica-l
execution will be of the highest order. Our
columns will be'enriched .by col'rrespondence
and contributions form the~ other Southern
States, and, occasionally from Europe and
our missionary stations abroad. The enter
a inment and instruction of the young-es
pecially the children-will not be forgotten;
and our venerable friend, "Uncle Fabian," so
w.ell and favorably known to the readers of
the Confederate Baptist, will resume his la
bors in their behalf. In short, we possesQs all
the facilities requisite to p>roduce a paper of
th'e first rank. As such, we offer it to our
brethren, and solicit their generous co-op
The Baptist will be issued as soon as a
sufficient number of subscribers havg been
TEnMs-$S a year, parable on the recep
tion of the first'number.
All communi1caions will be addressed to
"The Baptist, Columbia, S. C."'
J. L. REYNOLDS,
A. K. DURHAM,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. John S.
Renwick, Adn'r vs. Stephen Dugan, Sam.
Dugan et al.
The creditors of Ben Dugan, freeman,
deceased, are required to render and es
ta,llish on oath, their respective demands
before the Commissioner on or before the
first day of May next.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, C.E.N.D.
Con's office, 1st Feb. 1867.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. James R.
Sheppard vs. Mary E Schumpert and
others. Bill for Injunction. &c.
The creditors of Ionorias Sheppard, dec'd,
are requested to render and establish, on oath
their respective demands before the Com
missioner, oh or before the first day of May,
1867. SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. E. N. D.
Com's office, Feb. 1, 1867. 3mo. ?12
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-Newberry District. Thos, S.
Blair, Adm'r, vs. Rebecca J. Thompson
The creditors of Thomas J. Thompson,
deceased, are required to render and estabs
lish on oath their respective demands be
fore the Commissioner on or before the firsi
day of April next.
SILAS JOHNSTONE, c. E. N. D.
Corn's office, Feb. 1st, 1867. 2mo. M
GENERAL SUP'r5 OFFICE.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Nov 3, 1866.
PASSENGER Train will run as follows, viz
Leave Charleston.................................5.00 a. m
Arrive at Columbia............................5 20 p. m
Laave Columbia.................................6.50- a. m,
Arrive at Charleston..........................4.00 p m
TerOUGH MAIL TIAIN.
Leave Augusta. .......................5.50 p. m
Arrive at Kingsville..........................1 (5 a. m,
Arrive at Columbia........ . .........300 a. m,
Leave Columbia.. ........................2 00 p. m
Arrive at Kingsville....................... 3.40 p. m.
Arrive at Augusta..........................12 0' night
Nov. 6 H. T. PEAKE, Gen'l Sup't.
Greenville & Columbia R. R.
Passenger Trains will run daily (Sundays except/
ed, until further notice as follows:
Leave Columbia at'......................7.15 a. m.
" Alston at.................9.r5 "
" New ry 10.35 "
Arrive at A bbeville at ---3 13 p. in
" at Anderson .at 5.1 "
" at G reenville at . 5.' " .i
Leave Greenville at 0a..
" Anderson at- 6.3) "
" A bbeville at 8 35"
"Newberry at 1.2) p. m.
Arrive at Alston at-- 2 45 "
" at Columbia at i41 "
GENERAL SUPERITEND'TS OFFICE.
CHARLOTTE & S. C. RAIL ROAD,
COLU.DA, S. C., Niov. 5, 1866.
On and after WEDNESDAY, 6th inst.
Through Passenger Train&s'will be run over this
road as follows:
Leave Columbia at..... ............310 a. m.
A rrve at Charlotte at...............9.40 a. m.
Leave Charlotte at...................3.10 a. m.
Arrive at Columbia at.............1.40 p--m.
N'ov. 6. JAS- ANDERtSON, Sup't.
NORTHEASTERN RAIL ROAD.
Shortest. quickest and only direct
Time through by Express Train to New
York 44 hours!!
Tickets good by either of the three follow
Richmond and Washington
Bay Line and Baltimore
Norfolk and Delaware
Baggage Checked through to any point.
T ickets good until used.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Dec. 29, 1866. Superintendenit.
THE following is the traveling schedule on
the route between Columbia, Richniond,
Washington and New York ,via the Charlotte
and South Carolina Railroad:
Leave Columbia at 2.20 p. in.; arrive ai
Charlotte, 9.20 p. m. Leave Charlotte at
9.40 p. mn.; arrive at Greensboro at 2 40 a.
m. Leave Greensboro, by Danville Rail
road at 3.00 a. mn.; arrive at Richmond ai
8.00 p, m. Arrive at Washington at 1300 a.
m.; arrive at New York at 6.00 p. mn. same
day. , Oct. 3d.
Schedule, Blue Ridge Railroad.
On and after Monday the 17th inst., the Traint
on the Blue Ridge Hailroad will -leave Anderson
for P'endleto, and Waihalla, on Wednesdays
and Saturdays, after the ai-ival of the Green
ville & Columbia Railroad Trains.
Will leave WValhalla on Mondays at 3. o'.
clck, a. mn., connecting with the dowa Tramn of
Greenville & Columbia Railroad.
Will leave WVaIhalla on Wednesdays at
oclock, a mn. W. H. D. GAILLARD,
Sept 20 Superintendent B R R R.
Schedule Laurens R. R.
Office Laurens R. R.,
Laurens '. H., S. C., Feb. 7, 1867.
The following is the Schedule of the
Laurens Railroad for the present, and wil[
continue until further notice :
Leave Laurens C. H., at &-oclock, A. M..
on MOND-AYS, WEDNESDAYS and FRI
DAYS for Jalapa, where connection is made
with Hac.as to Newberry, seven miles.
Leave Jalapa at 1 o'clock on TUESDAYS
T HURSDAYS and SA TURDAYS.
Feb. 18 7 tf, J. CREWS, Supt.
The Freight on Corn, Cotton and Guanc
has been greatly reduced. Any person~wish
ig to ship will call on the Agent, Wmn. L.
By,aLaureus, or N. B. Knox, at N.
berry. The ears are now running withi! '
miles of Newberry, and will,-soon be run
ning throiugh. Freight will be received and
forwarded from either end of the road, with
out detention. ' J. CREWs, Sup't.
Feb. 1 6 3t.
Fail to call on E. E. Jackson,
and examine his recherche
stock of Goods. He Jgeeps
everythfng in the Drug line.
.)R C. F. PANKNIN,
Charleston, S. C.
December '5 1 yr
DRY GOODS HOUSE.
The wholesale Dry Goods Business heretofore
conducted in the name of
JOHN G. MILNOR & Co.,
Will hereafter be carried on in the name of
Milnor, Wilber & Martin,
AT THE OLD STAND,
135 Meeting Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Our house is now in receipt of a full and
desirable stock of Fancy and Domestic Dry
Goods, and we would invite our old friends
and the trade generally to an examination
of our stock.
FACTORS AND PLANTERS
Will find it to their interest to examine
our stock, as we are prepared to give them
every facility in our line to enable them to
fill their orders and lay in their supplies.
Orders carefully and promptly filled.
Mr. WM. C. SMALL, late of the firm of
CHAMBERLAIN, MILER & CO., is with
us and would be pleased if his friends will
give him a call.
N. B.-Messrs. NAYLER, SMITH & Co's
Office can be found at our store [up stairs.]
JOHN G. MII,NOR,
T. A. WILBER,
nov '7 3m J. J. MARTIN.
-From and afte'r this date, the "Shiver
House.'' will be known by the above name.
The patronage received by the present pro.
prietress has been so gratifying that she is
determined to enlarge her business and
give to it a distinctive title.
The travelling public will be accommo
dated promptly and well ; an unexception
able table always be kept ; attentive ser
vants will attend to individual wants, and
no effort be spared to preserve the reputa
tion which the present management has en
deavored to preserve.
MRS. D. C. SPECK,
Dec. 19 tf. Columbia, S. C.
CORNER QUEEN AND MEETING STS,
Charleston, S. C..
This well known first class Hotel has just
been thoroueblly repaired, refitted and re
furnished, and is now ready for the acco..
modation of the travelling public, whose
patronage is respectfully solicited.
Coaches always in readiness to convey
passengers to and from the Hotel.
The Proprietor promises to do all in his
power for the comfort of his guests.
No. 103, East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
ON T HE EUROPEAN SYSTEMI,
The boarder or lodger renting his room,
and eating where he pleases. Attached to
the house is a fine R ETAURANT where
the best of fare of any and every kind, and
at most rdasonable rates, can be had. This
plan is extensively caaried on in New York
and is found to be most convenient, and
particularly adapted to business men. The
rooms are large, airy and well furnished,
and every attention will be given to render
satisfaction. May 9, 19-tt.
Corner King and Society-sts.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Savage & Ensign, Proprietorse
Jesse L. Savage. - - Edwin W . Ensign.
Charleston, Ei. C.
The above popular Hotel is open for the
accommodation of the Travelling Public.
Board, per day, $3.00
Mrs. H. L. BlunrjIzx.,
A. BUTTERFIELD, Proprietress.
Superintendent,. November 1
CH ARLESTON, S. C.
THIS popular and well kffown Hotel has.
been newly furnished throughout by the~
present Proprietor, who has been sixteen
years connegted with the establishment.
W. WHITE, PROPRIETOR.
GEORGE G. MIXEES Superintendent,
CHARLES A. MILLEE, Cashier.
April 4, 1866-14.
256,4IN'l'E [END OF KING-STREET,
CH ARLE30N, S. C
THIS pleasantly located House is now open
for the accommodation of permanent and trans
Mrs. A. J. KE&NNEDY. -L.A. RUFF.
July 25, ]'66. -t.
CH EMI C A LS,
R. L. BRYAN,
JiiES J, M'(ARTER,
Opposite Columbia Court House, S. C.
S0II0L, LAW, EDI0AL & IISCELLABOUS
Writting Paper, Blank Books.
Stationery for Schools and Offices,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
Orders by Mail Promptly Executed.
JOHN C. DIAL,'
(Late ALLEN & DIAL,)
Importer and Dealer in English and American
Iron, Steel, Nails, Castings. Mill Stones,
Bolting Gloths, Circular Saws,
Mill Irons, Sugar Pans,
India Rubber & Leather Belting,
and Tanners' Tools,
Housekeeping and Furnishing
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Paints, Oils,
French and American Window Glass,
Guns, Rifles, Pistols, Shot Belts,
Powder Flasks, Powder, Shot, &c.
Wholesale & Retail,
At the Sign of the GOLDEN PAD L OCK
Columbia, S, C.
November 7 6m.
C, F. JACKSON,
Main Street, olumbia, S. C.
(Next door to MIessr J. & T. R. Agnew,)
Has constantly on han d a full and well
selected stock of
Staple and Fancy)1 R Y GOODS,
AT GREATLY RED JED PEICES.
and persons visiting the city will find it to
their advantage to give me a call.
CALICOES, from 12jc. to 25cts.
Alpacas and Poplins, from 30c. to '75.
Ladies Kid Gloves, $1.00.
Breakfast Shawls, from $2.50 to $8.00.
Ladies Cloth Cloaks, from $6.00 to $25.00
Hoop Skirts, from $1.00 to $4.00.
.My stock is too varied to giv'e a
list in detail, but simply present the
above as a specimen.
C. F. JACKSON.
Nov. '7, 6mo.
1000 BUS. WHITE CORN,
500 " Mixed Corn,
10 Hhds prime Bacon Sides & Should'rs
10 Bags Rangoon Rice,
50 Barrels Super. Extra Flours,
50 Sacks Salt (Liverpool,)
50 Bales Eastern Hlay, Prime,)
To barter for Cotton, or Cash,
Graiu of all descriptions constantly on
hand. Orders promptly filled.
BROWNE & SCHIRMER,
Main Stircet, Volger's New Store.
Columbia, S. C., Nov. 1 1866.
Nov. 7 45 6m.
Graeser & McJnnkin,
Commission & Forwarding
Gervais Street, Columbia,. S. C.
WOULD respectfully inform their friends
ad the public generally that they will
attend personally to all business intrusted
to them. They will BUY COTTON ON
RDER OR-SELL IT .pr any of the PRO
DUCTS OF THE COUNTRY, on as favor
able term~s as any house in the city. They
are also prepared, to STORE or FORWARD
otton, to be sold either in Charleston,
e w York, or Liverpool.
Being familiar with all necessary details
in relation to the Internal Revenue Tax,
Cotton sent to our care will be forwarded
Planters and others-will find it to their
interest to entrust to us the transaction of
their business. C. A. GR AESER,
W. S. McJUNKIN,
Nov.27, 1866 45-if.
P. BR Glass,
Books. and StlO8
PL AIN-ST., (a few d$i-s west of Mainst.
COUUMBIA, S. C.
Wholesale p u r e h a s e r s,
Shools, andgLibraries supplied on Special
Order#byv miil attendeito carefully and
promptly at New York prices.
Blank Books made tb any pattern at low
set prices. Nov 7 46mo.
PH(ENIX IRON WORKS,
G0ldSmlill and Kind
ALL kinds of Mill Castings, (Saw and
rist,) Raiing for Houses, Garden,Grave
SAMSON AND DELILAH,
THE STRONG MAN SHORN OF BTEENOTa.
AN ESSAY FOR YOUNG MEN, on the
Errors, Abuses and Diseases incident to
Puberty, by which Youth is robbed of its
beauty, and Manhood of its power,-with
Reports on the best means of relief and
cure. Sent in sealed letter envelopes. free
of charge. Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN
HOUGHTON, Howard Association, Phila
Jan. 16-3. 3m.
Philadelphia University of
Medicine and Surgery.
Chartered by the Legislature, Feb. 26, 1853.
Amendments to Charter, Feb. 15 1860, and
March 15, 1865.
Two full sessions of Lectures each year,
commencing the first of October, and con,
tinuing until April. The Dissecting Rooms
are open, and private lectures and quizzes
continue dnring the entire year. The first
session continues until Christmas, or for
three months, and the second until i'e first
of April. or three months; the two constitut
ing one full course of lectures. Examination
of candidates for graduation will occur at the
end of each session.
REQUIsITEs FOR GRADUATION.-The res
quisites for graduation are three sessions of
lectures, and three years study; or four ses
sions, including two years spent at the
THE SYSTEM OF MEDICINE TAUGHT.
The University is a liberal medical school, in
which all branches of medicine and surgery
are taught, including the preparatory studies,
without regard to any sectarian views.
Hence, while they deprecate the exclusive
ness of Allopathy,Homeopathy, Eclecticism,
Hydropathy, etc., they believe that all prin
ciples of cure and therapeutical agents should
be taught in all well-regulated medical
schools, and that every intelligent, honest,
and thorough practitioner is entitled to .all
the courtesies and privileges of the profes
sion, without regard to his peculiar notions
FEEs.-The fees for a llbranches,including
all the tickets, matriculation, and dissection,
are $60 a session, or $120 per year. Those
who purchase tickets only have to matrica
late once, which makes the second'session
$55, including demonstrator's fees, or $115
for a full course. To aid young men of
moderate means, the University has issued
five hundred scholarships, which are sold to
first-course students, for $75. and to second"
course students and clergymen for $50, each
constituting the holder a. life member, with
the perpetual privileges of the lectures, and
all the teachings of the school. The only
additional fees are a yearly dissecting and
mnatr iculating ticket, each'of which is, $5.
THE ADYANTAGES OF SCHOLARHIPs.
The student holding a scholar.ship can .enter
the College at any time during the year,
attend as long as he chooses,and re enter the
Institution as frequently as desired.
It requires no previous reading or study to
enter the University on scholarships, hence
all private tuition fees are saved.
Stidents, by holding scholarships, can
prosecute other business a part of the time.
The candidate for graduation can present
himself a; any time, and receive his degree
as soon as qualified.
In case a student should hold a scholars'
Ship and not be able to attend lectures, it
can be transfetred to another, thus prevent,
ing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of students
wishing to purchase scholarsbips for them; a
vear or more before their attenidance at the
'University, can secure them by advancing
one-half the price, and paying the balance
when the student enters. Physicians .and
benevolent men can bestow great benefit
upon poor young men, by presenting them
a scholarship. -and thus enabling them to
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THE REGULAR FACULTY.
James McClintock, A.M.. M D)., Profes
sor of the Principles and Practice of Srr
Win. Paine, M.D., Professor of the Prin
ciples and practise of Medic ine and Patho
C. S. Gauntt, -A.M., M.D., 'Professor of
Chemistry, Pharmacy, and Toxicology.
E. G. Dalton, A.M. ,M.D., Professor of
H. J. Doucet, A.M., M.D., Professor of
Materia Medica and Therapeutics.
A. R Thomas, M DI., Professor of Anato%
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Joseph S. Longshore, M.D., Professor of
Obsteries, and Diseases of women and Chile
E. D. Buckman, M.D., Professor of Mi'.
PRoFEssoRs oF SPECIAL BBAriNHs.
A. Livezey, A.M., M.D., Professor of
J. S. Longshore, M.D., Professor of Clini
F. L Von Moschzisker, . M.D., Professor
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R. H. Kline, M.D., Professor of Malig
L. Oldshue, M.D., Professor of Urine-Pa
I. Lukens, M.D., D.D.S., Professor of
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W. M. Cornell,. M.D., LL.D., Professor
of Hygiene and Physical Culture.
B. B. Weaver, A.K, M.D., Demonstra
G. .W. Marriott, M-D., A.M., D.D.,
Registrar and Superintendent.
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New York Adve
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low price of Ten Dollars ! Without. regart
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Manufcturers of Photographic y
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