—Number 4, Vol. 3, July 26.
—By a simple omission to change the number and date, in the standing part of the first outside page of the Journal of July 26, in making up the form, the whole issue was printed and mailed bearing the same number and date on the outside title-page as the previous issue. This has led some of our readers to conclude, without looking further, that they had received two copies of No. 3, July 19, and no copy of No 4, July 26.If each reader will note the table of contents or turn to the number and date of the first page of reading matter, he will see that he has the right number of the Journal, and by correcting the number and date on the outside with his pencil, he will not be troubled in making future references to his file.