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The Dayton (Oh> J is
responsible for the following story :
Tuesday morning a couple ap
peared in the Probate Court andc
emanded a marriage license.
When the moment arrived f >r
paying the fee the man was back
ing out, but the woman said he
shouldn't do that, "not by any
means," and she paid for the
license. The couple soon ater
ward appeared at 3 ustice Turner's
office, and the woman made known
her "intentions." The unusual
appearance of the "happy couple
attracted u.lusual attention, and a
large crowd was soon gathered
there to see the solemn ceremonies.
When the couple were asked to
stand up and face the musis, the
groom again tried to back out
and the bride seeing that there
w as nc other w ay th ar n'. rem:
that be'd got to 'stand it. :'.ad thr
was no use taili g iuc't it.
caught hold of the dou n
Thomas and squared him up be'core
the Justice, with the order
him to "sail in Just thent
quere arose as to where the f0
for the tying of the hrmen.al kn,a.
was to come from. The man
he couldn't stand he e
The woman assertod that she h ad
paid for the license, and the man
should pay for the marrying. i
protested that he wouldn't nd
that he'd go to Cincinnati to or k.
The woman caught him as he was
slipping away from the matrimo
nial noose, threw him down on
the floor, and, taking some mney
from his pockets, she deliKra
paid the Justice his fee, and then'
holding on to her "fell:r,'' the knot
was tied in due form. All the
while the bride was mneing:
peanuts, and when the ceremn
was concluded the floor was litter
ed with the shells Te it'
saluted her husband with - om,
you're a liar'!" Congratulaions to
the 'happy couple were fair ly
showered down, and were cnerne
terized more for their robustient
than for their delicacy ; ::dt'
bride and groom left "ne presece
in a condition of iolhity which
foretold a boisterous honev'moon.
.When last seen the amiable 'mpuse
shoved her~ lord into the guttera
'the corner of Jefferson and Second.
A few years ago somerous
*b~,in a town not a thousand
*mikes from the cn p tal o1 mieian,
persuaded Joseph C.-. or. 2s he
~was commonly called. Joe, to at
t*ei Sundar school. Joe r:as an
overgrown. halfwitted, pr'ofane
lad,:and th'e boys anicipated 'on
-eiher.able fuin fromt him ; but the
:answers to the various aestlon
popcuuded were given so readily
and. correctly that no one for' a
e oment supposed that he was not
fully versed in thcological lore.
Joe was duly ushered in and placed
on a seat in front of the one on
which his friends were seated, and
the recitatien commenced. MxI
friend," said the teacher. "who
made the world we inhabit ? Just
as he was about to answer on o
the boys inserted a pin in Joe's
pants, about nine inches below the
-ornamental button of his coat.
"God~ Almighty ?" answered Joe.
in an elevated tone, at the same
time rising quickly from his seat.
"That is right.' said the teacher,
"but it is not necessary that you
should rise in answering. A -it
ting posture is just as wen:. J oe
was again seated ana the eC:e
chizing continued ; "Who die
to save sinners ." e pm' wa's
agrain inserted. and Joe rele inp
a stilllandervoice. te: Chist
rising as before. "hti l
correct ;but do not mnif
much feeling. Be m'ore cenmoe
in your nianner' sait.e teacher,
in "an exvvostl:im: t'~ \' Ater
Joe had caime.1 ioen th*e
nation wen n
the tinal doom of' all d me
was the next ouestio up r con
sideration. As the pin' ' was again
stuck.n, Joe thundered out, w'ith~
o high elevation ot 1:' 12-i
young frien sae i instru-. '
ie wih you to iemoe ildi
People in R. Loui> eumpln
that some of their lre is s!e
with blood, hair and o: her filth
A NEW E-:K;..xD wo-:>. ths:
has found n:ln inFo' -2
writes ais foK>;s :'1 h'iv aea
last found the fTh::!:: 2 ry whr th
month of M:ren is u2 a.<y7s
here has bee 1:ke su: ::nadspring
to a frost-bitten platt. I have had o re
life, more rest more appnte nor ~e con
scious plensnre in ex:str , than I have
had for years i N s I-:' ' . IIere
must be og~ ?n re hono , fr at~ wa
half the ye"'r i I a ' -e and do any
the North 1 amn fr six months a h
A GOOD Om:n.-'~The a,ttention of
parties interested is inovited to the fol
lowing paragraph, which we hnd in our
General Carlin has issued a circu'r
ordering all agents of the Freedm:en's
Bureau to abst:iin from taking p'art in po
litical meetings andi conventions. A gents
who accept nominations for office, he
says, are espected to tender their resig
Statistics show that there are 42,247
exhibitors at the great Exposition, of
THIS INSTITUTION wi;l be
- ~ o: md o r . No :, the 1st" of
Ajpri ,ext. Icrson:s inttenldinlg
to en:er t pil arc requested to
mike appcltion at oce. The
seSsion wil embrace Four:een W\eeks, and
Students will be ch:r,ed from time of en
tr'nce 11) ose o.' essio:.
TERMS PER i:SSiON-I'A.t1LL IN ADVANCE,
Board, includin . washi:: :nd fuel.. 50,00
luiton Cou:e,:ate Deprt:nent.. 15,00
" Aademi: " ..... 12,00
" Prmr "S.. ,iit
".. . sic.... .............. 15,r
. F ch. ................. 15,0
I;rDrnwin : or Paint*-ng...... 1:5,!!!
Fa::ev Work ............ 12,10
Bo dr,re"reefre to funishi AheetZ,
ill. -" -e, to0wel i :: and h:'avv cover
1: . Fe :: r b. ':. : on addressi"
.}av. J. T_L :LOR Z E.AL,Prni,
':rch ? - ' - ~f.
r i 2~ 1 -f
;:::er er v.:o i rcw iv inform
tsf:n, a:d :iv ::.l ey hat he
C:s o i e: . .0 ::>.
.'dir ed !arness
At BLEASE S OLD STAND,
uVER TEr TIN SIT1O,
Sere ce w ii eep ' e n :a'l tly on)fl hand ,
a:.d:s anu I 22ness of every descrigori.
iI.lING dene with Neaiess
TE C2 ASII,t :o'derate u:aa poputlar
j :nt 1 1' J. 11.YLE, Agent.
At Redre~ed Prices
:' ho for ' :! t: i , :n :ln e ar d
re:n te ei: a:: 'c itr e'':rus:e( to my
ecompa:~ ' I:h t!:2t n:eney, as tmy toufms~
rc 2:rie:v C(I..
A. (V.C2 (2 m,1.;;k os
K N P. BAT? ' , Agent,
M ry 1, 18 1::n. v6:i.1. S. C.
CORN.ER QM FDNETING STS,
en hora 2 renird, r..2 :oid and re
.n.....:.. i :,w r:o!y for the aceo .
t:tcn of t.:e tra:ve;:ZnI wnbile, whose
Coaches ahi.vys in: re;:'.s to couvey
Mi engers to and f rom~ t e Liotel.
Th:e Prop:ie:or pron:::.s to do alH in his
~oer !ar th6 cmfort of hii guests.
N>ov i i:oprietor.
CMARL8T N HIiTEL,,
CHI AILESTON, S. C.
T HIS popuilar an! ;ell known flotel has
een > newly f urnished thiroughout by the~
reent P'roprietor, whlo has b2en sixteen
ears cennected with the establishmer.t.
GronoE G Mmmni, Superintendent,
CH A nTL .s A. .iLLI'R, Cashier.
i-.. . ~ L nwn by th ovey na me.
a he avco:p:o
n C '-'TCK,
-TAT O 80 TH(. i CARO~CLINA.
o!th cStt, On
a t atr.exaut pdcean
n er a D:.!, iin forty
oI .h'eeo or the
Com i2 i oilier, Ma 1:)-21- St. '2.
Srah S. iRichardsoni vs. Tho0 na IL Chap
pell and c Jo hn WX. Ciippell,EFx'urs,
I pr:ea:Ing to my in atisaction that James
R. ~ tehv on of0 the i defndants in thle
..ve me, r :, i b vord ti.e limits of this
I:Qe It iste0f:,e :o1ion of Addison
ease, ,itlin):riy y i fro pul eit C n'
hereof, or team e takeni pro confesso
Silacs .John11istone,2 c. .E. N. ID.
Com's Office, 16 May, 19'37- 6t *1O
STATE OF? SOEVTH CA ROLINA.
Neby Di nv ':tr :ict -In E uityv. Saranh
Careton, vs. G. A. Broom and wifei anid
o)tercs. Bill for PatU n
In anrin e. t o my' satif-cton that G. A.
Broom, and I-a e!! his wife, David L.
Moore a:d ' 1iss s wife, Fr ederick S.
Cureton, Eliha-. GuCreton, Je'nnie Cure
ton and1 Al ce ( retn, paflrtites defen danlt in1
the aove t:tdcs eide bevond this
State, on mo:ion of .es rs. Grrlington and
Su,, Coenir :ani
STATE Oi" SO 17T1l CA1OLINA
in Equity-Newberry District. icnry
Sui:ier and William Summer, survivini
Adi'r vs. Mary M. Summier, C. P. Sam,
I::er and others. Bill for sale of land tc
inarshal! assets and general relief.
It appearing to my sarisfaction thal
M:Irgairet J. Summer aid Mary Margare
SUmm;tner, (infant.) two of the defendauts tc
this hih1, reside from and bevoiid the fimit;
of this State, on motion of Fair, plaintiff
Sol. it is ordered, that they do plead. an
swer or diemur, to said hill, wi hin fort}
days Irom the publication of the rule, of
the sa:e w ill be taken pro confesso agir,sl
them. SILAS JOIINSTONE, C. E. N. D.
Corn's O afice, May 1-1S-6t. *10
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
I n Equit y -New herry District. John S
Rien"ick and ci.:'s the creditors of J:Inm.
W. Duchet, d'd, vs. Jtines 1H. \\'iili.m
ad Jui T. iane:An, Exor's, and others.
13ifl Icr an :oun t and relief.
Thec cmeuitors cf. -.:es \. Dckett, dce'd,
are renaired to Ie1eder on O:ith and establisi
their respectiv!' dec :and Us bef'ore the Con
Co or he'un the fir,t dlay of Jtne
next. SILAS JOINSUONE, C. E. N. t.
Comi's Olee, .\lay v-!.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-New bery District. Sally Anu
Thomson, vs. Thos A. Thompson and
John 1. Thonpso:n. Bill for sale of
Property and to Marshall Assets
The cre:dito:s of I)r. Thos W. Thompo:n,
dee'd, are required to render on oathi aid
cstab!sh their iespctive demands beforc
te (C:nIsione:,on or beforue tihe first day
oi Ju.ne next. SILAS JUkN TINE,
Gom1's ('ice, C. E. N. D.
'day 8 1. 4t. '4.
ST ATE OL SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity-\e. beriy L 1rict. Eliza;beth
. Pyne, vs. John W. Payne and others.
The creditors o E .ihu P''n, lceeased,
:ire r qu:r J to rendear on c:thiand estabtli:,h
their respectije dem:mds :e:ore the Com
ii:ionetr, on1 or bc'for' the .irst day of J:unc
next FILAS JUIINSTUNE, C.E.\.L.
Co: O ' ice, i 1cayi S., I% i. 19 4m.
STTE OF SOUT11 CAROLINA.
'In' Equiy-Newbery Di iet. John L.
Il i! a O :heri , V. Jo h'l.il W :tsu:n,
.dmn'r, and otheors. Bill for 'artition, re
lief k:i s V .t
T :s of T omi s'a1o, dee'd,
ane requirel to r"edier on oa:b and estab
is: their'spective de : anu s bt:fore t.t
Comnm:is=ioner, en or before the 'drs: day o:
June next. SIL.S JOiNS K. 1,
Co:na Oilee, .5 . 9.
M a : S . n t . -i .
STATE' OF" SOUT11 (AROLLNA.
L. II. C ~ W'iu :m w 1fe Ei!! f r nri
Then' cdor of Josep 4ed em
K!TATE'L OF SOUTH C:AROLINA.
HI r'ogton and1 other~s, F:xrs., 1s. HWin
O' Ne.. c:ti oihers. ill for Sale of pro
Thec. red~ iltors of Hon John Beiton
()Neal, deas d, are r.-quired to remtier on
o.th and e'tabluishi theli' respective demland4l
:nfore the Commniissioner1, o0 Hor bef ore thie
fret day of June next
SIL.'AS .JUI!NSTONE ,C. E.N. D
Comn's olle.- \*,May ~ GI..
STATE 01) SOUTH CAROLINA.
In Equity -N<wberry Districet. I. V.
Gist and wvife a::d o: hers, vs. U. A. theI
ford, Adorv. and others. B!ilfrp:i
tion of lhid.
lhe credit:c;s of Thios. B. Rithtlrford0
ee'd, are requiredi to remkur on :h and 1
'.st :blish their respectivxe dem:un!s bef ore
he' Commnisione-. of' tis ('ourit, on or be
ore the 1s: .4 V of' June ne. I
SILAS JUHINSTUNE, c. rN9
Com's icce, Mayi t;-1 Mt. -4
The St'ate of South Carolina--In
Equi:ty-Newhlerry Diseriet. Mt x. C. M.
Livintston, vs. N. Al. Livington, J;:cob
in11ard1, et itx., Ct ail. Bill for Par':itton
Kinard and1 hi'wifMrta Am'di'e' Kinlard,
Sophila Kinard' and Jimy Ki'nard, five of
ilh' de "Cend:: - s t. tis il, rea.id fromi and'
iYevond4 the limits o this "t':e; on mTotion
of' Messr's. Galng at' nd S Ober, Pitfi's.
So's., it is od rdU h t h y d 0:!
, Cie 0or dCn :r to"' s0 id4 biil n C i:hi fority
days fro Ithe publeti c''"of the rfu:', or'
The Sla' o ouil b. . C:o t.
Neube'rry DistrIic.-In. E.1 .
Etli P. L:K \i'm' . Mary C. Boozeri'
hersi. Bill for' Sd1 et land, 'nd to pay\
a: rcq'uired to r'oi-me n r 5l.
res'oC& eir (dema::'s ou c ::, . o
(Com's ( dive, SILI" iS OIITO ,
MNarch 25th:, 18S67. 1 Ca c. N. nI.
\. '.S -' i:d m'z w vs E. P. Li :,At''
missoner on or befor the. ti:: cday. of Jan
Conu' (Uliee, SILAE JOH1NSTONE,
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA
A. Crot"wel, Admn'r vs. Jane Boozer run:
others. Bil for1 sale of hand a nd p :y
menC t o~TfldebS.
The creditore ofl Fredericek Boozer, dee'cd
are' r'equiredC in the order o1 th' (ounrt, C.
rend' on'0' oath andU es!aliSh their Tce<pee:e8,
demndsni bet1ore : he Commiis-ioner, on a
befoe the first :Iav (f JuneO next.
SIL AS ,JUIN.1'TON E, C I. N. 9.
Cont'- ( ofliee, A pril 17;-1U-7?.
>1TA TE. OFi S~OUTI ('CAROLINA
In Equi:y-Newbrr Disit' ')~rict. L.. C
Kiler' andi o:hcrs vs .Nancy Aui a:n
of lani 1to pay deb:ts 8Tr:i to ippoin
arthin Aunl, one 'uf h' de ' dm:s to ii
Bill resides~ beyvond ilhe lImitns of thl State.
It is 0orderied, that he do pleat! answer o
deamur 10 said Bill withini th ree mntihs frn
the n'bliecation of the rue orC.0 the salu:
wcill be takenI iro con:fes"so :t"a.-st him.
SIL AS JOI' INSOEu eENn
Co m's" Oficee, FL . :!510-.
STA TE 01F SOUETH CAROLINA
Ini Equ'ity~'-Newberryi' District. E. Bi
Stoddiard & Co., et. al. vs. Michael Buza
hiardt, er. acl. Bill for sale oif Land.
The cretditers of' Y. P. and W. L. B3uz
Blalti Omre A dvertisements.
And Straw Goods.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR & Co.
Importers and Jobbers of
RibbOns. Bonnet Silks and Satins
ftc/Ls. 'onr. Fcathcrs
SII BON IS 9 \ IdI' HAIS,
Tiinmed and Untrimmed,
Shaker h oods, &c.
237 and 239 i altliimore-St.,
BA.LTD ORE. MD..
Offer the larnezt Sto.k to be found in thi
Cout:ry, and unequalled in choice
variety and cheapness.
Orders soleed and prompt attention given
February 27 3 mo.
Throw away your false f:izzcs, your switche5
De"structive oC comfort, and not worth a fig:
Come a ued, come ttuthfut. come u_Iy and fair,
And rejt:cc in t our own luxuriait hair.
For restoring hair upon bald heads (fron
whtever cause it Tiy have-fallen out) at<
torcing a growth of hair upon the face, it ha
no 1.qual, It will foce the beard to groi
upon the smoothest face in from tive to eigh
Weeks. or air unon ball heads in from tw<
to three mnths. A few ignorant practition
ers have a-crted that there is nothing tha
will torcc or h:tsten the growth of the hair o
beritt. Their asrertions are false, as thou
l:nhs of livin-t witnesses (fton their owr
extier.uce; Can Itar w itneS But miani
til suy, ho" ore we to distingui,h the gen
u T:e from the :,turit:us? It certainly ik d ffi
cult, .s n ine-te1nits of the difieret Pi epa
ins adt1'ti,1 e l for the hair and beard or
en:irely worthie<s, and you may have alrea
lv thrown a w large amounts in their pur
ciase To> suci we would say, tiy the re
paor CIlia; it will cost you nothing un
Ites i: fult cones up to our repre-e:tationS
If veur D) '-!it uoe; not keep it, send u
n~e ti: ::i l we will forward it, postpaid
tot hr . '71b a receipt for the money, whict
will be rturnel yon on application, providin;
en:re :t:se:lon is not given. Address,
W. L C:L.iK & CO., Chemnists,
NH) 3 W Ht Fayette Street, SYRACUSE, N. Y
Fe b . *HHT i, 17. 17
I:-j cmet CH glad'i tidinegs ofjtoy to all,
H yoey ,n to c!d.to preut andti to small;
THie bOHty wth i once wasso) preelcus and rtr
. . r H .id uH mayH beC ir.
For Improving an I eautify-ing the Corn
T he most valuable andI perfect preparatior
in use, for~ jiti the 'kini a beauntiful p.eari
likie it, that 1i)only found in youth. I
quitckly rmve Ta, Freckles, Pimples
HP"rotces,e Mo h tc ~hes, Sa lotwness Erup
*tions, antd ani impi ties of the skin , kindIy
ibe.ding~ the -I:nne leavin; the skitt whiite anc
tesr as :da'sr I:s use can not be de
teetd bytle lose triny, andt being
veetbl pHt araton H is rcetl harmless
It ia He onl :n-tie of th kind u-ed by thi
Frech and1 ii Hctnsid~ered Iy the Parisiani a:
i H |IHHn'am to Ha perfel t.ct toilet. Upward:
If3Hi bi(~ o ittles were sold duringr the pas
Iy -'r,~ a i:ent guiaran tee of itts eflicaev
'Puie only 75 een:3. S'ent by mail, postspaid
on iereipt of ant order, by
BU 'GEIL, SlL Us rS&0. Chemists,
FLb.2S85 IRiver St ,Troy, N. Y.
J3ORCED to grow upon the smoothest faec
otinfan thrIee to five weeks hy using
Drt SEVIGNEs FESTAUR.XIEURt CAPIL
LA IiE, the most wonHderful discovery il
m.iernlf scieceC., acting upont the Beatd ant
Ilair in an ahlnost miraculouts manner. I
has been used byv the eilte f Paris and TLon
dtn w.ith the moetflattering success. N ame
of all puat'er will ' be reg.=stered, andi
cttire H,:iti,tI(ion it n.- g4iven ini evecry in
'ta'ne, theL mfoney\ wi l b cheerflly 1etund
Id Pic byH m'i ', sealed atnd postptid, $1
Des-crip.tive iruar ani testimo)nias mailei
tree. Addrii l:E~GECR, SH-U ITS .& CO.
Y. 'ole a'ts for the United States.
Feb .27, 187 1'
9E T E & Co.,
PiN BT MAN~uFA CiTUBERS
4'9 EROADWAY. N~EW YORK.
IThe-e .IxJAOS reoivcl the IIighest Awar'
of3eit , i t tt'. ,- tr s Fair. oiVer ther best ma]
'HH' Lmm t ::, 1-:.ris, Ge.rmianiy. 1ihe cities C
ew~ Yo' k.' iitoiep!:Ia , H titmore anid Jtonttr
a se. l' th Go.' . da!.. t the Amtericat li:tstitutf
-oii Iive sn :e S.,,'' H a1 : Olr Pino cor.ti
* : e F rench? Irn mun H aHI17 rp P edi, Orer
Iii,veientH EverH 1 i Intnaen warrau ti
FivE Lcr Maa* uner the sui.ervisiont of Mt
j. i. (, ItOXI- 4 F N. uno hia a practical expc
riene ofever:: iy ' ye: irs, and is the mnake
: vre vethi um 1:iano co:tes. Our ficil
iii . uni izotten abl s to sell these ini
n:e ier Mto $2O cheaipe r thant an
PERh YEA1 we want atgents evecry wher
to sell our IMPROV \ED $20 Sewing Ma
cht ie< Three new kinds. Under atnd up
per feed Sent onf tr,ial. Warranted fiv*
*v urs. A bove salat y on large commission
paid. The ONY michines sold in the Un
t ed S'mte. fir less tha:n S40, which are full
Hline by' liowe, Whee!er & WiIson, Grc
ver & Dbker, Si::zer & Co., and Bacheldei
A- \ -iH ir chteap min:etines are itnfrin-gement:
and thei slietr or user are l ible to arrest, tin
aind itm tprifnment. Illustrated cirenilars ser
freei. A i!re,3, or call upon Shtaw & Clarl
at B idderordi, Maine, or Chicago, Ill.
July~ 5 1y.
A 0 O lTI !-AGE1~N I'S wanted for six eT
tireiv new aricles' . jtt,t out. Address 0. TI
G.\lr. City Baildi:ig, iddeford, Me.
J u y 2_1_
~o. 103, East Bayv, Charleston, S. C
ON TilE EUROPEAN SYSTEM,
The Hit,)d1r e rrgr tenting his roonr
an''-d eaingi Ihereth pleases Attached t
the ti::-e is l ine R ETAUR ANT whier
the N H: of fare ofI ny andi every kind, an
a t m"o: HreaH:mle ' rtes5, can be had. Thti
pin isextenIv caaiied on in New Yor
3i on'' to Li' moist convenient, an
p:nicae ir ;1inpited to business nmen. Th
roo:n1 a. Hrge, ary and well furnished
andl every'~ Minton will be given to rende
saltiiictton. May 9, 19-tt.
WA VERLY HOUSE,
J. R. READ & CO.,
263 King Street,
Charlestor, S. C'.
Having recovered from the effects of the
late fire, and in the meantime repaired and
improved our store, making large additions
to the same, we are now prepared, after
passing many weeks in carefully selecting
Goods, to exhibit the most attractive and
entire new stock of British and Continental
DRY and FANCY GOODS ever offered in
Charleston, S. C.
J. R. READ & CO.
263 King-st., Charlestou, S. C.
New and Seasonable
Foreign Dry Goods,
Domestics and Linens,
Best Kid Gloves,
Lace Mitts and Gloves,
J. R. EAD & CO.
263 Kiug"st., Charleston, S, C.
CLOAK and SHAWL
Our NEW DISPLAY ROOM beingnow
completed, we take pleasure in inviting an
inspection of our new and choice stock of
Comprising every new and choice novelty
of the season.
Black Silk Basques.and Sacques,
Black and White Lace Points,
Grenadine and Barege S'acls, -
Plain and Fancy Shetland Shawls,
Mozambique and Spun Silk Shiwls, &c.
J R. PLEAD & CO..
263 King-st., Charleston, S. C.
Our entire Stock is New,
having been selected during the late depres
sion in the price of Goods generally. and
with particular reference to its adaptability
to the market.
Goods shown with pleasure to all.
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Philadeiphia University of
Medicine and Surgery.
-hartered by the Legislature, Feb. 26, 1853.
Amendments to Charter, Feb. 15 1860, and
March 15, 1865.
Two full sessions of Lectures each year,
ommencing the first of October, and con
inuing until April. The Dissecting Rooms
ire open, and private lectures and quizzes
ontinue during the entire year. The first
ession continues until Christmas, or for
hree months, and the second until the first
)f April or three months; the two constitut.
ng one full course of lectures. Examination
)t candidates for giaduation will occur at the
mnd of eaih session.
RIQUISITES FoR GRADUATIO.-The res
luisites for grad?uarion are three sessions of
ectures, and three years study; or four ses
ions, including two years spent at the
THE SYSTEM OF MEDICINE TAUGHT.
Che Un iversit% is a liber'l medical school, in
vhich all braches of medicine and surgery
tre taught. including the Preparatory studies,
vithout, ri gard to any sectarian views.
lence, whih- they deprecate the exclusive
,e-s of A;o;athy,Ilomeopathy. Eclecticism,
Hydra ptthv, etc , they believe that all prin4
!iples of cure and therapeutical agentssbotdd
>e t-ught in all well regulated- medicst
chools. and that every intelligent, bonest,
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tion, without regard to his peculiar nooions
FE s.- [he fees for a Ilbranches,iDcludin
ill the tickets, matriculation, and dissection;
ire $60 a session, or $120 per year. These
hbo pu chase tickers oily have to matrietr
ate once, which makes the second session
55. it cluding demonstrator's fees, or $U
or a full course. To aid young men -ot
noderate means, the University has issued
Sve hundred scholarships. which are sold. to
irst-course students, for $75. and to s"-cond.
ourse students and clergymen for $50, each
,onsrituting the holder a life member, with
he perpetual privileges of the lectures,' and
,l the teachings or the school. The only
iddiotioal fee, are a yearly dissecting and
natriculating :icket, each of which is $5.
THE ADVANTAGES OF SCHOLARSHIPS.
Fhe student holding a scholarship can enter
the College at Iny tinie during the year
irtetd as long as he chooses,and re enter th4
[n-titution as fr quently as desired.
It requires no previous ieadingor study to
?,ter the Universi:y on scholarships, hence
All private :ui.tion fees are saved.
Students, by holding scholarships, can
prosecute other business a part of the time.
ihe candidate for graduation can present
himself at any time, and receive his degree
as soon as qualified
In case a student should hold a scholar
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itin be transferred to another, thus prevent,
ing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of students
wi,hing to purcliae scholarsbip, for them, a
vear or mere before their attendance at the
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one-half the price, and paying the balance
when the student enters. Physicians and
benevolent men c:in bestow great benefit
upon poor younlg men, by presenting -thiem
a .scholarship, and thus enabling them to
obtain an honorable profession.
FiHE REGULAR FACULTY.
James 31eClintock, A 31.. M1 D., Profes
sor of the Principles and Practice of Sur
Win. Paine, M.D., Professor of the Prin
eip)k and jrae:ise of M1edicine and Pathe
U. S. Gaunit, A.M., M1 D., Professor of
Chemni-try, Pharmacy, and Toxicology.
E G. Dalton, A.M., M.D., Professor of'
H J Doucet, A.31.. M.D., Professor of
SIateria Mledica and Therapeutics.
A . R 'Thomas, M1 D., Professor of Anate%
my, General, Special, Microscopical, and
Joeph S. Longshiore, 3I D., Professor of
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E. D Bluckman, M.D., Professor of Mi'
PlROFEssonS OF,SPECIAL BRANCHES.
A. Liv<zey, A.M., 31.D., Professor of'
J. S. Lorngshore, 3M.D., Professor of Clini,
:al Obstetrie .
F. A. Votn Moschzisker. M.D., Professor
)f Diseaises of the Eve and Ear.
L. O!d.hue, M.D., Professor of Urine-a%
I Lukens, M1 D., D.D,S., Professor of
C. Mlurphy, M.D , Professor of Medical
WV. 31. Cornell, M D., LL.D., Professor
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Rt. 1B. Weaver, A.M, M.D., Demonstras
tar of Anatomy.
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