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CYBtXS B. OBKRLY, Editor,
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET
AM TCI. 1. TILDK5I,
Walla anuria mar b accomplibeJ by
fee aethod,lt mt.bt encourage deliulTe
ipofttttoBf If I withhold here the expres
sion of my conviction that bo reform of the
clril nrl;e la thu country will b com
plete and peraaaaent until 1U chief magis
trate U eoottUuttcnally disqualified tor re
election; axpertenee having repeatedly
sdom4 th futility of self-imposed mt fic
tion by candidate or Incumbent!.
Through thl (olemnity only can be be el
feeUally delivered from hi greatest temp".
tka .lo amicus tha power and patronage
wit wbWa the Executive la neceisarily
barged. From Samuel J. Tllden't letter
of swept ance.
. Th feibtef motif aa of humanity concur
with th material Interests of all in requir
ing -that every obstacle be removed to a
rnmtliti and durable reconciliation be
tnif till li I population onee tinnatur
ally e-treaged.on the bans recognized by
the St. LuU platform, of tb "constitution
of the United State i, with its amendments
universally accepted aa a final settlement
f the controversies which engendered civil
war." But, in aid of a reiult so beneficient,
the moral InBuence of every good citfaen, as
well as ovary gorcrnmental authority,
ought to bs exerted, not alono to maintain
their just equality before the law, 'jut like
wise to establish a cordial fraurnlty and
good wi:i among eit'eens, whatever there
tare or color, who are bow united la tb
one destloj of a 'eommon self-government.
If the duty abaU b assigned to me, I should
ot f .11 to excrctce tb powen with which
tb la we and tb coottitution of our coun
try doth lUebief magistrate, to protect all
iu eitiaent, whatever their former condi
tioBt la every political and peraonal nght.
from gamut) J. Ttlden's letter of ftceep.
Wt (Unvttnof the litsumplioH clause
tf th act vf 1875, and toe litre dt
mand xU reptal.Xntimiil Daiiorattc
St ttken the fruit of industry are
gathered for the vse of he tvilen, that
they are not watt&i by lite profligacy,
fraud or peculation of your public
Tbi president will pardon A. C. lief.
Pntscs NaroiBoy's mother will not
let bim vialt tins United States.
DrsraTCHKa flora Madrid uy that
Tweed and Hunt will be embarked (or
Coruuna, Cuba, Tuesday.
A clerk in the Internal revenue bu
reau, w ho bu secretly made search, re
port that Rutherford B. Hayes never
paid a tingle dollar to the government
on account ol income tax.
MvMiaid Appeal: "Colored Demo
cratic club are being formed in every
rart of iwulh Carolina, and the prospect
of Democratic tuccess In November
grows brighter every day."
Tib constitution baa never been
known to atand In the way of Grant
when he desired to accomplish a purpose.
Violations ot that sacred instrument will
eontinue to be common so long as Repub
lican presidents remain at the bead of the
Tbb Democrats of tbe Fourth conarres
atonal district have Dominated Hon. John
F. Farnsworth as their candidate against
William Lathrop. ile was colonel of
the Eighth Illinois cavalary, and served
with the regiment In the eastern army
until December, 19G1, when ha was made
brigadier for bravery and efficiency In
Msmibu AwxlantK : '-The Baralaria
eanal company was organised yesterday
by the election of B. Bayllss a president,
and Wiley B. Miller, secretary and treas
urer. The election and acceptance of
Iheae gentlemen, who are distinguished
aa successful business men, Is an earnt.-t
ot fficlr&t and thorough work in an en
ferprlae which, concerns the MisIipi.
If the year 170 Tweed bought up the
New Yort leg-elatnre, passed the ring
charter od took complete control of the
city government. Tllden't enemies said
that he waa a party to the scheme ; but
be had opposed the scheme aud ele
bouooed tt In severe terms before the leg.
Uleture and elsewhere. In 1871, refer
ring to this matter, tbe New York 7W
eald : "There were Indignant protest
gainst the acheme by such high-toned
Democrats aa Samuel J. Tllden aud
others ot hi character ." To-day it Is vi
lent la Ita denundatlou of Mr.Tildcn.
What bu caused this sudden change V
Flio facata, of Beading, Pa., ureal
dent of tut) Uuiied btate Brewrs' asaocia-
tl-wj, fobUabea a letter declaring tor Til
detune) Bendrfck and advising bis Ger-
Ban fellow dngeut te do toe same, The
Kevr York World says : "Mr. Bauer .re
vWws tbe aUdlcal record ot Uayee as
governor, charge him with the virtual
approval ot the "Adair law," and de
- VsMneet him as fanatic. Aa to Gov,
Tll4&ij(OMM. be says, Is in doubt where
4 ttaoda. le Deuocretie candidate 1
la favor of priVal liberty and the pro-
tact loo of be vi right ot the citl
an. The letl 1 Calculated to have
Mod eCact otj the German vote for Til
tlM -Md Cjodrlclu.a4 tK writer Is of In
iuofi not oly la hi own atatr, bat
CnvjtKJitt ti oountry."
Blue Jeans will carry Indiana by 15,000
majority. Since the Schurs trouble
neither Democrat or honest llopublleans
doubt the micros ol the Democratic
ticket. The Republican party managers,
to please Morton, mak- blunder that can
not be repaired.
The Independents having ludoned the
Democratic ticket In Ohio, puts that
state on tbe list of reform. Indiana and
Ohio carried for tbe Democracy, the re
form party will be mire to wlu In Novem
ber. FIGHT WITH THE INDIANS.
Crook 'a OfHelal Dlepatrh.
Chicago, Sept. 1. Tha following was
received at military headquarter here to
day: "FoRTLaRAMte, Sept. 11. Gen. K. C.
Dium, Chlctpo, 111.: The following dit
patch'has just been received from Oen.
Crook: Head of Big Horn and Yellow,
atone Expedition, Camp near Owl Creek,
Pakotah Territory, fcept. IV To Oen
Sbertdan, Chicago: Marched from Iiart
Ulver, paitsiog a sreat many . trail-, of In
dian going down all the different streams
we crowed between Heart lllvtr and this
point apparently working tbelr way In to
ward tbe different agencies. Although
tome trails teemed frch, our animals were
not in a condition to pursue tbem. From
the north fork ot Grand Kivtrl tent Cpt.
Miller ol tbe Third cav-lry, with r0 men
mounted ou our stronKetc horse, li go in
alvance to Dcadwoed to procure supplies
of provisions. In tbe evening of the 8th,
near the S im Iluttci, he discovered a ho--tlle
village of thirty odd lodge and lay by
there that night and atU'ked tbem by sur
prise yesterday morning, capturing the vil
(ago and soiuo prisoners nnd a number of
ponies, and killing some of the Indium".
Among tbe Indianx was the Chief American
Horse, who died of his wounds after sur
rendering to us. Our own casualties were
alight, but anions tbem was First Lieut.
Vou Lieut witKof tbe Third cavalry, woun
ded seriously iu the knee, and the leg has
since beet) amputated. In tbe viilage were
found, besides great quantities of dried
meats and ammuniton, an army guide and
portions of officer' and non-commissioned
officers' uniforms, and other inJicatlors
thit the Indians of this vlllsge had partici
pated in the Custer mu-eacrc. Our main
column got up about noon tbut day, and
was shortly alUr attacked by a considera
ble body f Indians, who, the prisoner said
belonged to tbe village of Crazy Horse, who
was camped somewhere between their own
village aud the Little Missouri. This at
tack was uudoubtcdly made under tbe
supposition that Capt. Mills, command had
received no reinforcements. The prisoners
stated further that most of the hostile In
diana were now going into the agencies,
with the exception ol Crazy Horse and
Sitting Bui', with their immediate follow
er). Crazy Horse intended to remain near
the head waters of tbe Little Missouri, and
about halt of Sitting Bull's band, numbtr
ing from alxty to one hundred lodges, had
gone north of tha Yellowstone, whde the
remainder of that baud, with some Saus
area, MUueconjout and Unpapa had gone
to tbe vicinity of Antelope Uuttes, there to
fatten their ponies and trade with the Uses
and other. I pi tee great reliance on these
statement from other corrobatory evidence
which 1 have. Tbsse Indians with .Sittlnic
Bull will amount probably to 00 or00
lodge", and In my judgment, can very easi
ly be struck by lien. Terry's columu, pro
vided it goes lu light marching order and
keeps undercover. Our prisoners also, in
their conversation, fully confirmed in every
particular my opinions, as already tele
graphed you. We bad a very hard march
her from Heart River. For eighty coo
secutive mile we did not have a particle of
wood, and nothing but a little dry grass,
which was insufficient even to make coffee
tor the men. During the greater portion of
the Unit we were drenched by cold rains
which made traveling very heavy. A great
many ot the animals gave out and bad to be
i. a . .
ubuuuocu, ana oiuert are now in such a
weak condition that the greater number ol
tbem will not be abie to resume the cam
paign uctll after a reasonable rest. I should
Ilk to have about 500 honespreferably
tb half breed horse raised on the Labadie
Plains or la tb vicinity of Denver, and ac
climated to this country. I intend to carry
out tbe programme mentioned in my last
dispatch via Fort Lincoln, and shall remain
in the vicinity ot Deadwood until the nrrl
valof my wagon train.
Signed, Geo. Crook, Brig.-(u.
To P. H. Sheridan. Lieut.-tien.
Will U Btmsfrstlf,
from the 8U Louis Times.
J. 1$. Matlack, editor of tbe Nashville
(111.) Journal, the Kepublleao organ of
Washington county, was In tbe city yester
day. He reports political eicitement as
running high ; that each party is struggling
with all it might for (upremacy, and the
feeling ha become ao Intense that politics
control men to a considerable extent in
their social and bu ine.s relations. Demo
cratic and Republican meetings have beta
held In every riact in the county, and
addreased by tbe best speaker in that dis
trict Mr. Matlack feels confident of tbe
success of tbe Republican state ticket in
Illinois, but admit that tbe electoral vote
may be cast for Tllden. This result, he
ays, will be brought about by two cnu-.es
tint, many Republican Germans will vote
tbe state ticket but turport Tilden, and,
second, he considers Steward a weak man,
aud thinks the Democrat will not heartily
aupport htm. The Germans who refute to
support llayet, he says, call themselves
Tilden Republ'.cank," and have organi.ed
This opinlou ! lgQtdcant a coming from
a Radical ttandpotnU
stoat icMira d-m.
(from u Nsw Tort Sua )
On night, after speaking in his usual
fashion to an audience ol many hund-
req person, tiob Ingereoll weut to bis
chamber, and laid him on the bed to ret.
ile had a dream.
The man dreamed that be stood iu
tnace. face to faca ith a rt ..irw.i, thut
slowly beat out tbe aecoud of a taioer-
able existence. The froe of the clock
waa the ghastly face of death. The
nana crawiea over the face like the
worms oi corruption, and crawled slowly
on toward the midnight hour. Every
tick of the clock waa tbe slash of a irreat
drop or blood in pool of gore. Every
plash of blood sprinkled his bosom w 1th
hideous red. ile tried vainly to wipe
iu aiu, suu ii" ioiini -nut til
hands, too, were red like his bowtn and
and like the pool of blood at the loot of
the clock. But the hands of the clock
crept on to tnldnlyht.
There shut In around htm a hot, suflo
eating fog of night. Then the hopes and
loves and hates and aspiration within
him groaned and gasped and died. The
hot suffocating shroud of vapor w rapped
him more closely, and he too groaned
and gasped ; but death cauie not to him
n It had come to his hope aud affections.
He stood there alone in the dying uni
verse, alone with Hie great clock that
splashed blood at the beat of every miser
able second while the baud crawled on
To this man every breath w an ag
ony, every heart hrob a century of pain.
He felt his bones crumbling In decay, and
Ms flesh rotting while It clung to him.
Hi tongue was swollen In hi mouth.
His throat was t)ry and horribly bitter.
He cared no longer for the stains ot ml
blood, but bathed his brow ami his eyes
in the pool and moistened his lips with
the clotted gore, in the same breath he
blasphemed and prayed lor the light of
The hands ot the clock reached mid
night and stopped. There were no grow
ing hours therealter. no dawn, no morn
inir light, no sun. Even the blood stop
ped plashing, and the pool died away so
that he could not moisten his lip or
quench the indescribable thirst that con
In anguish that was terror, and In
terror that was agony, he broko the
awful silence aud cried :
"Is there to sunlight V
A voice, louder, harsher, hoarser, and
as sneering as his own, answered out of
the silence :
"There la no sunlight for the stirrer up
Alter an eternity, again he cried :
"Is there no dawn "i'T
And the voice replied, with a bitter
"There is no dawn for the denier and
the liar and the blasphemer."
When an eternity of eternities bud
passed, he cried out once more :
"MvGod! Is there no morning?"
And the voice came back :
"There in no morning, and you h:ive
no (Jod r
00N CARLOS AND CHICAGO-
The Thlaara Tba the Ureal Pretender
Mtw Here. ! What he Thong-hl
(From the "Diary of a Travcliue; Prince."' to
tbe Stxr Turk bun .)
Chicago, April 25. We took up our
quarters at the Talmcr house, the largest
hotel I have been at in my lile. It is a
perfect marvel in Its way, ?o far as the
buildiug and the general appointments
arc concerned. The management and
the cuisine arc, of course, coarse and
poor, as iu all hotels in this country ; but
the structure itself and the furniture and
fitting out of it arc superb. W batever
money, knowledge, and intelligence will
procure, the American will get; but the
moment taste comes into play he is lost.
He w 111 get up an Alhambra any day you
like, and then put a demijohn of whisky
and a splttoou right in the middle of the
main hall of it.
As far as sightscelng goes, Chicago
is not very rich. It is a large city, very
handsomely lai J out, with a number of
magnificent buildings, and that is all.
Artistic and intellectual considerations
have evidently never entered into the
heads of the citizens of this city. They
are all pork packers, grain shippers,
whisky and beer merchant, and the like ;
and as long as they can make money they
don't care a straw about anybody or any
thing. The city was burned out, and
within a year they have built a new one,
at.d more handaome than anything a
traveler could possibly expect to meet In
this part of the world. All that has been
said in Europe ot the feverish activity
and enterprise ot the Americans does not
begin to approach the truth. But all this
marvelous activity does not seem to con
tribute much to the spread either
of morality or ot culture. Money
has become the heart, the soul, the
mind, and the brains of the population.
The result of such a condition of affairs
is natural. By the side of a marble pal
ace you gee a wooden shanty, occupied
by a cigar or rum shop, in back rooms of
which scenes arc said to take place to
frighten the imagination of the worst
cimlnal of Paris or London. Yesterday
we went to a tuatinec at the ininBtrels.
At tin close of the performance an ele
gaut fancy carriage, two beautiful gray
hoses, and a negro groom dressed in a
handsome livery drove to tbe door. The
crowd coming out made room tor some
body to pass, and a large mass of lookers
on assembled outside. We stood still tor
a moment, and saw three ladies making
for the carriage. They were dreesed In
velvets and silks, with lace and Jewelry
an over, re eldest oi in em took tbe
reins, amid the evident admiration of the
crowd. On our inquiring who the ladies
were, wc learned that the party consisted
ot the mistress of a disorderly house and
two of her associates.
The more I seeot this intenselv materi
alized new world the more 1 learn to
love the old, with its populations always
ready to saenfloo their lives for some
thing more noble than the dollar tor an
idea, for a belief, for a tradition. They
feel and think in Europe; here titer
We made a highly intcreslinir acquain
tance In the person ot Father de B.. of the
college of St. Ignatious. He knows
America thoroughly, and gave us insight
Into tbiniM we would never have noticed
otherwise. From what he told us of the
condition of the political parties, and of
me constantly growing antagonism be
tween eastern, western and southern
states, it is clear that the union will have
ultimately to be broken ur. The whole
question is whether it will bo with or
wunoui anotner civil war. Such a result
is to be anticipated, for the country hat
grown unmanageably Urge, and the nat
ural condition and natural interests of its
people are too opposed In the different
parts oi it to auow or any nulled political
From what I ather de li. told ut of hU
order it Is evident that the Jesuits are do
ing an iiumeuse work here. Colleges,
libraries, museums of natural history,
chemical and physical cabinets every
thine calculated to promote sound
knowledge and culture is Introduced by
the members of the Order of Jesus,
Their influence tipou social life grows
stronger and stronger every uay, ana
then can bo but little doubt that Uie
civilisation of the middle states of the
Lnlon will be principally their work.
Their position here is admirably adapted
. i . i . hl i v . i - .
ior uua ". aiiey aro riut in me
centre of the continent, between the
loose atheism of the west and the stub
born bigotry of the Methodists and the
Quakers oi ine east.
THE HERO OF NORTH FIELD.
Th Hukr of the ramty Bhwltl
tmw tha iamlljr r tha Harstcrca
(from th Bton AdvertUwi. 1
The bank caahler. Mr J. L. HavwooJ.
ot Northtield. Minu., who, with a bowle
knife at his throat and a pistol at Ids tem
ple, returned a decisive "No" to the de
mand of the gang ot robbers that he
ahould open the bank vault to be plun
uereu, is rignny enrolled among the he
roes of our times. In him fidelity and
courage of the noblest quality were Illus
trated again He la dead, but tbe trust
committed to nim was not betrayed, and
hi name will live in honor. He full at
tho post ol duty m brave as any
knight ot any age, He has done
the world a service. We know nothing
else or his history but this one act for
which he died, but It Is enough. He bo
longed to-the higher order of manhood
which yields to no threat, and calmly
confront n all odds of fate. Whether he
has left father or mother, wife or child,
we do not know ; hut If he has they have
reason to be proud of their relation to
such a man. The whole banking inter
est of the country owes him a debt. If
hfe. has left any one who were dependent
on bim, ttiey should be placed above the
possibility of want. Thu bank he saved
can afford to do Hits alone, but we hope
it will be done hnndsomely and prompt
ly by a combined movement on the part
of all the bunking Institutions of the
country. The encouragement of such
conduct is the wisest measure ot protec
tion they can resort to. There ought to
be such a testimonial of appreciation of
unqualllng fidelity hs wlll.distinguisb the
(3tcUl to the St. I.ouis Republican )
Jsrsk yville, Sept. 10, The Demo
cratic meeting here to-day was a grand
success. There were five thousand per
sons present who were ably addressed by
Elector Ewing of (Juincy and Hon. John
H. Oberly ol Cairo. A torchlight proces
sion of 1.000 persons, with four bands,
paraded the streets te-night. Speeches
were made in the evening by W. II. II.
Russell of St. Louis, R. M. Knapp and
Will, of course, wish to see all tbe sights
comfortably and cheaply. To this end tbe
CANADA SOI TUEHS R'Y COMPANY
has, through its tonne ction in the Wes
and Northwest, placed on sale a lare
number of Tourists Exctusion Tickets
at greatly reduced rates, by which passen
gers ean not only viit the Centennial Ex
hibition ot Philadelphia, but can, in addit
ion, visit the principal extern cities, with an
opiortuuity of stopping at any of the great
number of lament retort in New York
and Pennsylvania. The CANADA SOU TH
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directly to Niagara Falls, giving passen
ger, from tbe train, a wonderful panoramic
view ol the MIGHTY CATARACT,
HOUSE-SHOE FALL, the GREAT
RAPIDS, and landing them directly at the
Falls. The track of the CANADA SOUTH
ERN is an air line, laid with steel rails ot
the heaviest pattern ; there are 119 curves
or grades; woad is used for fuel; Coaches
are furci.-bed with tbe Wincheil Paten
Ventilator, ensurirjj prefect frsedom from
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dm-oit to 1", 80, DO cent l, froui !,
1 ". SI aixt i iu.
Popular Dress Goods
lu New aad Fanblutiabl fabric and ol..r. ot
ISc Kedund fmin
I he Kfducwl from 9r;
Vic Kt-iuord from SOi-j
'ASc Kelurd frnrn S7i-;
SMc, Fornirrprir SOc to !tr.
REAL INDIA SHAWLS
At t, Sl aivt tlSA, rnmvarlj 5..l t
i-Ai aud .".
Slack nd Scarlet Stella Shwls
At, $4 andSe"-
Itednred from $ , Sf and v.
At l t5 toao- Krduead Iroiu 1 to ?.
Ladies' tnd Mittet' Suits.
Tb Late! Pari Style from 10 I'nwatiAt. em
brarlag th choicest norelfie t
Ladies' and Children Umterweax
An I-nmBStock of ati Bcaatifbl fi
AU at Very Great Reda-tiou.
Iadks', Children's and Gentlemen'
Tb Brat KnalUb, Trench and tierraan tiood
Ail Markru t IxiWrft PoMibl hrke.
Ar tborougltly utocked -with tbe heat
good, at tbe lowe.t package price. Ikau
tlful American print at 6e. and fie. per
fard ; (Undard 4 4 blea hd good at 10c ;
.onadale abirtingN at 10c; Mew York
AlillH, lijc ; and 5-4 sbeetiDi at Ue.
Taisis m mi mm
In al) the Verloiu Grade, atJli'rKl'l--
(Which w kp at tbe Granil Btrt stor
only), wear udsring Knglish andA:ierl
cau tapetUie at 1, former price f 1 16;
Vody Bruals at 1 30, lormer price l SU;
all-wool Ingrain at 70c., former price. 00c. j
three ply loirralat at 1 VtA, lormer price,
$1 60 ; oil-cTotbt at 'die. to 70c ; former
prices, B0o. to 87o.
tUianlea of trooda. and isataloauea of la-
diet' and miaae' suit aad mualm under
wear, and Infanta' outfit, sent Ireool ebarge
to all taction of th t ntled KUtes.
Rule lor stili-meaaureaient nt on appli
cation to all part ol the country.
Orders for goods of all kinds will be rare
fuily attended to, and tbe good packed
aad forwarded without charge. JanVirtm
Broadway tnd Twentieth Street.
Grand and Christie Stt., W.Y.
SOLD rillOT OEASOIT.
HANDSOME. DURABLE AND
cnzzsruL as an open fibs.
And a perfect CombinaUon of
' CsTIf your Tinner has not got aa aort
meat, send the order to
EXCELSIOR! MANUFACTURING CO.
612. 614. 616 & 618 K. Mail Street
ST. LOUIS, MO.
O. W. HENDERSON.
m: &EHCE9 :o kii is. rusts
Room and Board, 1st and 2d
Floors, $2,50 per Day.
Boom and Board. 3d Floor SB .00 Pr
Special Rate by Weak ar Month.
A liaiiu-d numU-r of vrry trlrbl l.iuil?
riMini. can l Mrmvl at rnalil rule, lor tb
I li ht. Charles is tli tarymtsoJ brst anpolnt
kI Houm In SuiiUti-rn lllinul, and I. ttie Ivadma
hotti in (airo. Nuttlthkb.nting Hi "lid
Itock" mluclion in prirm, tho table will,.
usual, 1 liltrrmlly iuppli-t witb tbe vry bri
of rvrr) tbinf Uist ran tie found in market.
Kin large aumil roonia for fuminmul traT
tlrr . on grounJ fluor, frwof rh.rjfe
Cf"All lC(frof iru.u coOTrjKl tDamtlruiu
thehotrl Witbollt rlmrrr
JKVK IT WILCOX (().,
3 AFFORD, MORRIS
. 73 OHIO LEVEE.
City latioaal Bank Boilalag, np-stairs.
The OldeatEetabliahod Aarenoy In Bout
am IlUaoia, rapreaanUna or.r
t65 OOP OOP
PAINT ASO OIL.
B. F. PAIUaXIt
SPaints. Oils, Varnishes,
(Vail Paper, Window Glass, Win
dow Shades, fro.
ilwaji on hand, tbe celebrated illuminating
Corner BleTenth Btreet aad WuMtt
8(iutbern District of Illinois. -S. ilCiro Ihi-
llb day of August, A. 1. lTt.
The unilrtit;ued hereby give notice ot
h' appointment aa atNignee of Watitou li.
Hockwell, late of Cairo, In tbe County 01'
Alexander and btate ol llliuoi, within (aid'
district, who ha been adjudged bankrupt
upon hi own petition by the district court
Ol said district. OEOKU1 FISUKU,
Aug 17d3w Assignee.
Dealer in Fresh Meats
Between Washiactoa aad Ooaaxaeraial
Atenoee, adjolain Hanny'e.
KEEPS tor 1 lb bsst Brf, Perk, lfatton
Veal. Lmb. Sanaa-, Ae.. and la pre
prwad It aery nuallla la aa aeaaaubla is'
ILLS. NORMAL UKIVERS1TV
Kaitttal. MeLeaai, .. Ilia.,
For th preparation of teacher. Kteltislvsli'
Prufastional Instruction fur Ibosa who ar ir
pared for It- Tuition ft. StU term begin
Bepttmbat 4th, 174. Seperlor acadcraie instruc
tion at low rat, la tb Model departmeni.
Adapted to any jrrad, from tb youngest pupil
to tho Siting tor th best colls-. ad fur
oatalogu. or add rat ,
vmm EDWIN C. nEWSTT, Pre'l.
. A -UwIb Normal, 111.