Notice. The 46th Semi-anmial Examinationof "The Misses Clark's School " will take place the 29th and 30th of January 1863. On Tlmrsday, the 2'Jth, at 10 o'clock, A. M., to 12 P. M., spelling and defim'ng of words by the school generally, Common School and üniversUy Arithmetics,Davies Algebra, Grammar and Parsing, and Natural Philosophy. - Afternoon session, Watts on the Mind, First aud Second books of History, and Republic of America. 2 o'cloek to 4. Friday the 30th, at 10 o'clock, A.M , to 12, Latin, Grammai' and Geography classes. Friday afternoon, at 2 o'clock, tq 4, Reading report of the School, Music and the origiCompositions, Ill-luck, Narrow Mindedness, The influence of Surroundiugs, The Cream of all things, The advantages of discipline in earjy Life, Reading, 12 Xo of Vol. 24 of The Wild I'lower, a semi-monthly periodical of the school, whose publieation has been continued without intemiption since llarch 4th, 1840. After the week's vacation, school will reopen for the next term, Feb. 9th. MARY H. CLARK, Principal. Aim Arbor, Jan. 14th, 18G8. ' The Semi-Annual Association, of " The Misses Clark's School," will meet on the 28th of January, at 3 o'clock, P. M. Graduates are particularly requested to attend. MARY BUCKLAND, Ree. Sec'y. Secession. - Secede from every name and kind of Saleratus except the Chemical Sileratut. ï"his is the kind to use on every occasion. For sale by all grocers. &C An old fellow being visited recently by bis pastor, he assured him thatho couli not be a good Chrisüan uuless he took up his daily croea ; whereat he caught up his wif and lugged hur about the room.