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.THURSDAtY . EVENING. AUGUST 12. 1869.
THE OWSWEKPINQ REVOLUTION
Tho revolution of sentlmont workod
In tbo Sttoqr,Teuuctf3ce durltifr tho pant
iwo years uonolrj which radlcallHtn may
certain, doom. Two yearn ago
;iarWoviBfow'ijlow carried thotetato
by a majority o' 50,000. Something over
Mgat months ago a ranjorlty of 1 30,000
wee thrown forGrant, and now tho party
mat triumphed then is buried under an
excess of fully 60,000 conservative bal
lots. The legislature Is about two-thirds
t4emocraUc,r aad tbo election of a con
servstive Ualtett States senator In place
.( or. ine.rauicaiJtowler is a foregone con
It Is somewhat difficult to determino
whether the rouult in Tennessee falls the
karder upon the radicals of the Btate or
the authori ties in Washington tJIty.Bout-'
Well and Crcaswell tbrowed.tho welKht
or uioirinnucnco,ln favor of Htokoa and
threatened the direst consequences upon
government appointees who did not sup.
port him with might and main. That
In thin they comtnnnded tho approval of
mo presidential "stick" Is not to be
What will tho dUcom fitted radicals
' and tho rebuked administration do?
Mokes threatened terrible Mings, in ad
vauco of the election. "If you elect
Hunter," he proclaimed in one of bis
speeches, "I swear by the powers above
I will proceed to Washington and repeal
the law removing tbo disabilities of Clov.
Henter, as well as tho-e of rebels, and
placo them where they were twelve
months ago, and there they shall stay."
He proposed, too, to set up a rival ftuto
government, to extemporize a militia,
and to throw the Slate into such confu
i'in as would compel federul Interference.
JJut all this sensible men regarded as tbo
aneeresl nraggartlsm the minings arid
frotblngs of a desperate man. Hurled
ander a weight of flay thousand ballots
and the contempt of an Intelligent aud
fnt people, bo can only hurt himself In
his frantic efforts to hurt others. A Sen
cer snot baa laid him low, and the beat
- thing he can do for himself and the mis
erable revengeful faction ho represents
is 10 Keep as cool as possible. Tbo ud
ministration whoso Interference he may
Invoke, Is corrupt and unscrupulous, but
uiere is a point beyond which It will not
and daro not go. That point will bo
passed should there bo any attempt made
to unuo tno worlc and defeat tho will o
tho sovereigns of Tennessee.
feet above toe; level of tho snn. Thv
number in aM,ji4, and have a mean tem
perature of 134, degrees- Fahrenheit,
ranging irom wa to 150 degrees, and dia-
charging &17 gallons of water overy min
ute, or moro lbs n 10,000 barrels ner dav.
Tho following properties aro shown 'by
Silicates, with baso; bicarbonate of
lime; bicarbonate of magnesia: carbon-
atO Of SOda: nurhnnntn nf nntn.U. .....
-1,LtoiofJ,tulai u'Pbate of.. magnesia;
ia ' i juiuinnia, wun ox-
- lr?.n ox,do of manihnefa'iJMil.
Poof I'me; arsenlato of llta'ef'irMn.
..r w. yiuiuuie, loujno, a iraco;
organic matter, a trace. '
Tho Spring are located .flftvlaht
miles from Littlo Itockj and aro roaohed
throughobe of the wildest ounkle.nd
over ofae of the most rugged roads known
in America. " Tho face of tho lamedlate
ooua try gives ovideuce of havlmr, boon
subjected to. Intense heat, or the throes
of a volcanic eruption. There are ac
commodations for about 1,000 people.
i JOUn H. OBERLY & CO
mna.n.l n .1 1 1- - lllll- l B
u mi ninu cuiiu taken out
grief apd was dl'most d itracted that W
n.km uiKen rrnm ner.
Sol Smiths Soimftptlbijlfc
OES W. II. AND Eli SOS XOMIXA
The democracy of Southern Illinois
congratulate tile democracy of the 6th
representative district upon the wisdom
and prudeuco displayed by them in
selecting General William B. Anderson
niLir vAuujuAio lor n seal in me con
stltntlonal cohrentlon. His competitor,
Major uasoy, is an unflinching democrat.
a good man and would have made a gal
lant canvass. ) e dotract npthlog from
iui merits In pronouncing Gen. Audcr
eon the superior mau for the position,
because we place no hlghor estimate
wpoa the General's worth and ability
than the masses of tho democracy do
who regard him the peer ofany orator In
Illinois, and a man iu whose charactor
aro unltod all tho elements aud charac
teristics of an ablo legislator, a supo
rler debate? and a successful leader. Wo
want exactly such men on the demo
eratio aide of the convention wo want
auoh men at the bead of the party and
prominently before the people, wherever
we may find them; Furthermore Gen
eral Anderson baa peculiar claims upon
his party. a tireless energy aud a
koldoesf that commanded the admira
tion of the enemy lie ought his party's
kettles in the last campaign, unstimu
lated by the hope of preferment or re
ward or the slightest prospect of success.
Mis political like his personal character
la Invulnerable, and the skill with which
he parries tho trusts of his adversaries
designate him a champion of our cause
whom tho democratic masses should feel
a dollght In honoring.
That he will be elected by an bver
whelualur majority is a foregone con
elusiou. Hie very namo Is a tower of
strength to the party, and tho democracy
everywhere wlUJearu of his nomination
and ca'adldaey, with tbeelncerest pleas
are. The 6th district has chosen her best
4 man. Let the otbor districts ia Illinois
act with like wisdom and discretion,
and we will make such Inroads into tho
ranks of our ouetaioa as will causo them
U look with dread apprehension to tho
THE GEE AT FOUNTAIN
r tAb InvalltW from this as well as other
seotions of tho country aro flocking to tho
. Hot SBrlngs; In the State of Arkansas,
for that relief which it is beyond tho
" skill of physicians to airord, v;o publish
below a list of the properties which anal
ysis has shown tho waters possess The
springs are situated on the western slope
of Hot Springs Mouutain which Is the
eastern margin of the Ozark group of
Mountain, and at au elevation of 300
NO II EST FOR THE WICKED.
ineroisbutllttlo doubt that Andrew
Johnson will bo returned to tho United
States Senato from Tennessee. liven the
poiouiaies at Washington begin to think
so, as wo infer from the special dispatch
es irom mat city toall parts of thecoun
iry. j no special correspondent of the
Cincinnati 'Commercial' says:
"A nrlvate dlsuateh
prominent TonnaiiMi nniitinfnn
m T - wwvcwk w Am m w vw
jijiiusou, as unitea HUtee Senator from
tliat SUtc, without donbt. Tho dispatch
sUtcs i that a majority of the Conservative
inemoern eieci are already plodged to tbo
numiuuui joiimou, anu auus tuat tho
only prominent candidate agn'nst him
C?r..t.,,0..(?on'i,r.Yatlve ."ui'Crt Is Colonel
It Is notdlfllctiltto imagine the kind
of cordiality with which Andy will bo
welcomed by tho radical Impeachera
who, a ftiw months ago, sought his do
position from the presidential chair. And
Andy himself! If ho doesn't make
tilings hot It will bo through no want of
a disposition. He is a bold and very poa
itivo exponent of the very chua of politi
cal ideas that aro most obnoxious to the
blatant radical leaders, and has tho one
grand virtue that, he will not be put
down. It Is, therefore, yery reasonably
concluded that diseiMsloa iu the Senate
will bo noae the less lively on account of
Anuy'syveaeace there.- He has. as tho
hew York 'Herald'aaf, a union record
that no man can impeach. He will bo a
Southern senator, set open to tho car
pet nag objection nor assaiiablo on the
copperhead sneer. Ho is genuine In all
senses, absolutely fearless and honest,
anu win "make Itome howl" from his
place in tho Senate with much better ef
rect than ho ever did In his messages Ho
Is the first president slnco John Quinoy
Adams whoso political vitality has not
been exhausted by tho presidency.
Private letters from England say that
tho approaching rowing match between
tho Oxford aud Harvard crows is exel
ting au interest notiinferior in breadth
and iutcuslty to thafewhlch marked tho
yacht race in wblQl,the America was
engaged In ll, Jfcti crows aro busy
with a regular oeeiWof training, aud
their movements are chroulcled by tho
newspapers with tho greatest particular
Charley X'lbbor, writing in the JPhlla
delphia Tresa,- gives tbo following t6
mlnlsceuco of this wcil-know actor', now
deceased. He says: Borne flftcon vnr
ftw, nutu wo w mono in nis room in
iew yneans ooardlnK Uouse.dmuv
oaric ann gloomy as the day wae ho told
me the rollowiutr stranirn nvnnt In hlu
life. I was, ns I may say,under the seal of
iwji iCTtJwn,; ior jl was not to 'Mention It
uiiui aiier nis ucaui, in case I survived
him. Sol was a somnambulist. Attacks
oi una sirango disorder or nocturnal
mystery were more of a periodical char
r.Mjr umu oi iiigmiy occurrence. Ho had
consulted physicians, Indian doctors. old
other authorized and unauthorized
quacKs,' uut wiuiout success. Ho stud
led tho caso himself, 'fsomuia Pytha
gorea,' to find tbo result tho Bame.
Although I have stated that the com
munication made to me by Mr. 8mltli
was strictly confidential, it was limited
to his lilCtlmo Onlv and I WAR at. m.rfnrt
liberty to nublish it nficr ht float i, t
do not say that I was the only one to
Whom ho Communicated thUatranon iv.
curronce, oui as i never heard' of It
through any other source. Inresumo hi
had not. One reason ho aRnlirrux! rr nnt
I T . . I. I If . . . . " . ww
Kivuiyivpuuiicuy was triat peoplo gene
rally would have tcrmod it oik. nr "Rni
Smith's yarns." True, thov mlirht- I
will rclato the circu
using tho colloquial portion In bis own
language or as nearly as my memory
will carry. L i
It Was In a Small town in (tin fitntn nt
Georgia, whom Sol
Ing on several occasions given concerts
thtro, tbaf Ho foUiidliltnHfTIf rvilnti fdnn.
eyand audience. Everything was dull
and money scarce. Sol hoard! in a.
second-clas-jUoicj,, and became very
restless and worried. Iu this town, as in
all others throughout the length and
breadth Of the COUntrv. thorn worn tram.
bllng houses. Sol was not a regular vis
ItOr tO them, but IIL-n mnnv nthar man
tie OCCasIlinttllv "took ll rlmnnn nil Dm
red." He hau been unlucky in ono or
more throws, and on thin nart(rntnp
ni;ht went to bed mourning over losses
wuicu uo wen Knew couia nover be re
placed by either staging or HamUIng--
Large numbers of counterfeit $10 legal
tender notes are being sent to the Treas
ury from banks throughout the country,
particulary those In New York city,
These spurious notes are so like tho gen
uine that It is with the greatest difficulty
Government experts detect them. Peo
ple are warned to bowaro of all $10 notes.
8BYEN HDXORU II INKS BCRNEaV
Late advices from 'Sweden snaak 'oft.
disastrous conflagration In the town of
Gefle. It took Dlace on the 11th tilt..
and originated fa a carpenter's ,ahpp ,ln
.uo uiuhd ui turn hiwui jv BiruuK wina
blowing at tho tlinu, and tho .result
that a Tartre part of the town was
destroyed. Seven hundred houses and
Duuuings wero uurneu, anu eigui tuous
and houseless persoiiB.oulofu population
of thirteeu thousand, having lost almost
everything they poeeesaed, and now
camping in tho opek'alr. Tho lots Is
estimated at about awe hundred thous
and pounds, 'and afiiat of tuu working
classes are,'M4a'ywafry Win case, unin
sured. Cousalliae.,for assisting the
sufferers ht4 ' bM.lmmeliately formed
iu uncuca. ww M,1VH uuaiuvBa uuu
nectious wH flee, of otlierwlso taking
an Interest in Sweden, had been Invited
to corao forward with their aid toward
tho same objeot.
From the Gt ntvllle Courier, 'lOth.J
Yesterday mornlnr a small child, ased
about eiuhteen mouths, boh of Mr.
btepheu Eusuer, was playing in tho back
yard at his resldQUCu pp SixthrStraet.
The mother being" engaged at her 'work,
ior a moment lust Bigut or tbo child, uut
It was only for a few minutes, when she
went out In search of tho! littlo boy.
Not finding him In tho yard, sbo cried
out to the Neighbors. A servent girl
near, hearing the calls aud knowing
that there was uo way' for the child to
get out of the yard, suggested to the
mother to look Into the the privy vault,
and there, in the aironles of death, stran
gling and strauglipg. she beheld ber,
cniKi. Assistance wae caned, ana
at least in that place. Ho had retired to
bed early, shortly after tea. and to his
great roller lie soon relllntoa deep sleep
siepi uuaisturoeu until tno dayllirh
beamed cherfully Into his room While
dressing, nis attention was called to ono
or tno pocKets of bis pantaloons. It was
far moro bulky than was lw wont. There
was something Iu It, besides his almost
empty pocket book. Ho took out his
book, when to his astonishment ho found
it run or bank notes. Startled, scarcely
knowing what to do, he thrust it back
Into his pocket. Tho money was not
his. Whoso was It? where did It come
rrom? Ah I a dark suspicion flashed
across hla miud. Some oue in tho houso
had committed u robbery, and wanted
to tlx tho deed on him. This theory Sol
Urmly adhered .to. S,o he started out, to
walk aud meditate, on the sublcctv and
consult a friend how to act. Walking up
tile atreeLthe first Darson ha encountored
accosted mm with "Ah, Sol. out so ear-
iy you were in iuck last nigbt."
"lAieki what do you mean?' J
rooiii man. you cannot den v It. I was
there and lost'
Loet what?' ' II
"Now. Sol. none of your nonsense. You
muse nave won over three hundred doi
Ian. You had the devil' luck.1
Ab, so you were there?'
"Certainly, old boy. How much did
could It bo Roselble. Bmlth thought.
1 -- ..'''Ira
.n. lie umu wBuuereu iron mo noasa
while asleep, entered a gambling house
and won this money. Such must have
been the fact.
"How much doyou aay. ekT
"Yes. what's tho sum?'
41 Why, really I have notoountfid it yet.'
"Now, Sol. this won't do. Once jrou
get a decided passion for gambllugCyou
arn lost, uiveu up, ota ooy, as l snail ;
it is a losing game. Bo good morning"
ana away ne went.
"Now Sol was not a gambler, by aay
mean. If be played at all when wide
small sums "More," as he said, "for
amusement than profit.' His winnings
that night were over three hundred dol
lars. He was now flush, and as tie bad
the offeror tho Mobile theatre iudeed,
the arrangements wero all made, he felt
quite happy and determined to loavo
Immediately. His sleep that night was
of the Just man made happy. But how?
"One morning, a few days after tho
scene described, he aroso early and took
hia usual walk before breakfast.
"Good morning, Bol, how are you?'
Tills came from a merchant of the
place; not tho ono who greeted him In
somewhat similar terms on a former oo
"Tolerably well, thank you.'
"You look serious, .Sol.'
"Solalways'had a serious look, even
when a Joke was uprising to his lips.
IT a m nnt narlmiflj)
"Well lam glad to
Now, Sol, I know, youdon't mind the
money, butceasetdbkko ajekeof M,
I am sorry for your loss: I risked 'my
-noneand won. Yon risked yotwejtnd
"True, a man must expect to lose, as
,y?JI M w(n.' . .
.J?' ?d ,fyu re ebort,'s I 'knW
W .mB yur "ota t threet or
"Short, heavens, let me see.'
-Bair it.-P bo fouud It empty.
wnt.Worfy youn,e,ri 801 ! M right."
"Well this la mnat iinn-timn. r
very fdollsh, certainly.'
" backing out, for wLathe
uid while a-lcep hehad tosUndup for
whes wide awake andawaka ho was to
H,?nfaot,?r bavlnglost $200 cash, and
9030 to his frlentfj the merohant, The
note, was given at four months mado pay
ablo atMobilo. Beforo It came duo Sol
had it redowed. mnil i tc
, - i r j . w
uneans; again it was in part renewed;
uut waa it uuill two vn mnn hi lH
eiapspu mat it wap finally' settled. Aa
MAI U M I la Baa u - I... a . . 1
uuiiiu wan ucver kiiowu to utter a
falsehood, or set down aughtin malice,
iuih statement made to the writer must
oe taaen aa a veritable fact, and w add
uno mom nirange account to the many
.....M I..b..I t f . ... .
nuuuciiui ircana ui HUIinamuUIISlS.
hear it. both on
your own uccouut and mine. lean wait.'
"Valti wait! What, for?'
"For my money l'
"Yes; let mo 860,' taking put a memo
randum book. "Six hundred and thirty
"Mix hundred thuudersl'
"Whatln the devil's name are you at?'
"Simply this: If a maa will gaaUa
and ao It as strong as you did last aicht.
the , he must expeet obm et two tlUjuM.'
Vo tnljo the .following, extract from tlio
report of Hon. &. S. Bandall, fecUool Superin
tendent New York Qity to tlio Stato Superin
tendent or rublic Initructlon on corporal
pniiiliiiieiit-Miid coiiipuUory aUondanca: .
There if no. reason to Bunposo tbst tho ireni
orally eidellcnt order And dlsclrillnur thn
schools have in any respect boon unfavorably
nuui'ivu uy ino grnuuai out rapidly progress
ing diminution or corporal punishment. In
tho llftv nrimarv ilenartmonu. tho thlrtv.itr
nrimnrv schools. and tbo nino sehooli fur col.
orcd children, and In ncsrly hulf of tho boys'
department of tho grnminsr schools, this
mode of dliciplino has been, wholly,dlsconttn
ucd. In tho femnte dcrinrtmcnh and in tho
evening schools, it is unnecessary to sny that
it has never found a placo. Tho arerago
number of punishments of this nature, in tho
rotnninint ernmrimr achonla where (t liu nut
yet entirely dlsuppenrcd, has nst, during the
past six month, exceeded fifteen per month.
Wo may. therefore, sufelv congratulate our.
selves upon the speedy dkapr-earnce, from
our nohlo system of public instruction, sf this
antiquated rolic of a post ago, without the
slightest apprehension that its absonco will
tond tadlsorder or neglect of any of the du
ties of school. On tho other hand, its dlseun-
tinunnco will bo found, as It has alreadv bemt
found, to elevate the tone of mrU. rcQnu
Uio iminnors, ana sttmuiatatba.mouUl cnercv
and ambition' 6f tho pupils, by tbo knowleifgo
Are 1'ou u Mave
iriT nabltt Of course you d. Then iret llarton'n
HnJh"rHf.,ob:e'? 6,11 y0" will not crire it again
hiJi Prlonco orhtindredP. Many in -Calra
aa&teag' V wlU s.ai
. J "f 0 th5 'rI or toy rho loi not 1 Ike TOLU. at
:t..Drli? PK'L' ?n ,h LT' ont antes
sweet .article th jt doesn't stick to the totb. A'ow
your time daring vacation.
Brssstsliea, WhlsiklcM, IVIbcm.
tySJffi'Biw?:' cly at """"g "j
commonded and for -Jo hy lUrcliv llrother. iliZl
fr cementing woort. ln,h,. .g"; eio.
hi?,'ih? VT ' ,,nd ,h0" wn( havin fo5t their
"'r.,l,.,orl. if J-n havo not mod It at
I)n;lyMi the place, nmhelr
fmhwttn,'n-hlyUTrt 'or article I
wouihern llllnol. Kominky and tiiourl.
f French mucking. "
Thoclcnmnd for thi article has no Increated a ta
nrtcewitn etho ranliaae of anotheffi .SpS? 'we
liore the true article aa mado by the notSd m"l;Yctu
Barela afr0n " n For cl,her klni' o
For 8lc-FJy Killer. "
niS? M?I?'-r,,."l,, fU "f aieher Light
R n- .y '.Cri"" enU!no article. Oao shoct will
KlUaquajtof f llfR. ,
8artega aud llluc Lick Water
I-"nI Itrclr oi when drank at the SprinM.
The Ylrtuei of thee walrrs liate lxn and aro beini
teated .to the great benetlt and .alUfnotlou of maiir or
our eltlsens. As dealt out at Iho countr of ttirclsy
llrotliert. they or alwaya cool and teltuhint. 8aro
tojfa, fifteen tickets for ono dollarjaeien lickeU for
fifty cent. nineMck-twentyKlamea for one dollar.
Palnta. olli. anj rolori of all l(InilahAfwrnpi.V
at Barclay!.' '
. laOaaa; Ihlanaj.
The Flower of Flnr. Thl nm r,A!l....i
dHlshtful handkerchief extract, manufactured b tt
eelebraUd Uam-ael, or Pari, la to be hod at the Druf
tore on Iho Itm. In the perfumery Una it Is la
"fine Olia Don" amnnir tha tliirw.r-li-n.ilnm Tn lw r.
cognfoed u aperaoa uf "elegant tanle" you must wm
thnt confldenco and trust aro reposed in them,
unanoycu uy mo opprcnension or ucgraaing
nnd humiliating punishment for thoughtless
Neither tho compulsory system of oduca
Hon which previdls,on ticC6ntinent, nor tho
establishment of selools endowed und sup.
ported chiefly by special religious denomina
tions, ns in Great Britain, consists with the
L-eului of our freo institutions. -That it is the
duty of ever municipality, for tho protection
and preservation of iu own highest interests,
and for tho provontion of pauperism and
crimo, to Uka caro that no child should bo
permitted. to grow up in 'Its midst 'wholly des
tituto of tiioso educational advantages,' -which
alono en a sccuro jmmunlty from ignorance,
vice and f6r!rtythero-can" be 'no rcasonablo
doubtt but beyond tlik-education should lxi
voluatary, and left to :thB discretion of nar-.l
l if .. ... . T
cnis anu guaraitns. in mo puoiic scnoois,
supported by tho common funds' of tho entire
community, while tho purest and soundest
prinbiplcs of Christian maralltv. sanctionod
and approved by all of evtry creed, mi every
sect, should bo sedulously inculcated and ha
bitually prsleticcstbA taiet'of sectarianism
should bo permitted. .Each and ovary reli
gious denomination, entertaining different
viowt ertne doctrinal toacnlnirsof the BcriD-
tures of Its peculiar faith, should bd pormltted
ia jieffiset frtedota w4Ublioh.Md.Bialatain
its schools in wntcn these Tiews and doctrines
may bo UuchU br.ld avail libsolfot the oDnor.
tunities and facilities aaerded by tho weekly
holidays in which the public' schools 'are
closed. The pupils of thess latter institutions
must, nowever. meet on common cround.
rsrhore none of tbe dtstieiiTQ,relis:kHSivlews
incuieutoii uy incir jmreiua or guaruians at
home or in tl;o church, of their odoptlpn, shall
bo inanr way cither contravened or disturbed.
or Intruded tinon other of a dllTerent fultll.
It his oyer been tho osnceial riridi and boast
oi our lyaioni ui jmoiiu iiinruetiufi. iwng
nnyic-eontimie-to be o, that IU- doors aro
frooly ojw to every ehiid q( whatever rank,
.latioii, bolor, or rollglah; leaTlng bohind,
luli.n . I . A . ..!. - . 1 . .
n.ivu tujr niiuariH.Teriau. evty iiiiu.
tlousclrcauistajscsttuVatreetlnir eur common
numaniiypniu an its innat4.Mieayea bestowed
fncultius and "tnablUtie4 of inteliectaal and
moral cxcolUrieo. The power of IboBKht, of
by external nrcsure or extruneetarinflue
oncefaUyattulncdl mid truth oydand the
CHIOIUtJEIJIltV naitsini.in mm tnDinta
Or BOIJA, WriiVKKtZED r.oPKf.raai0chep5
P'T.'!1 Oeftnaa your premltea. If you waotgooe
health youmuit breathe pure air.
The purest and beat atticlea of eztracta ofLeraoe
BMSMy'K WMra'Jri,,M' pud',l0,
Pare C'rcaat r Tartar.
Tho ht Enillah Hola, Jamalcs Glnjrer. clean ana
fre,h, I'uro Allij.lce. lllack Pctper, .Nutmeg! , Oinns
tnon lUrlc cte..at.l)irclay llroihera. ,u,a.w"a
Of extra nuatilr NW I. di,. i
tt. Fortiliutl iruiirant?sl hv lUrrlav itrih-V-
I,,,,, -- - - w - tiivinviri
KlorUa Water; rtay Ilumnnd Coto(i.ea for the toll.
rtaniUhobaUi. Consult yourcomfortdiiring thtshot
j-ranivi .in uxj inrrnrrirwiiinK articles. Attn
fine0' n l''e L, y',c,,n S'twhat y&u want I
Juit Iho aoan tor liathlni- It nAl.ut
uangerof loiinglta. Itfloati on tlio autfaco ottti
! U flip If Hi a a m
ILulnV tooth pdera and naate.. Trench and Ea
ll.li prcparatliina far tlu l.oib, and toe th -powder of
uperior qualltraf our,oa make. Call and take jo or
holce at ItqtcUya'., ,, ..
TOOth . braahea. ahoa linlahaa. nalnt linnti.. a
brushea of all kinds, at liarclaya.'
. At lUrelara you
get the rtVOT AOtlOJf
nTIIiLIAM W. THORNTON,
WholeaaJe and Heiail DeaJer im
ncari ana tno mo wm riso to tiia;aenprelien
sionand TtMtlizatioa' of gentsrf-luefulncu
and virtue, jwlth; itsfkl"hcrreksjteu nature
culmlriatlng-inJovQjto iLpreaTCrcalor nnd
to overy cmntion' fronvhis hands.
frame-work arouudaho vault quickly re- "AJ waa4Mtatf t
Thu Flrsit Aim ef Fdiicatlen.
I accept without qualification tho first uriii-
ciploofour forofdthers, that overy boy born
into tue world ahquld bo pnt, Iri tho Avoy of
maintaining himself in lionct iudupendonce.
rto'edncation which does not-makotliis its nrst
Ird Is worth anvthtmr at all. Thoro aro but
three ways of living, aiacrao'onobag said 'by
working, ny begging, or by stealing, Tiioso
who do not' work, distruio It in whatve
urettv lantruaco wo nleaie. nro dolntr ouo of
tno other two. . . . Tho prurtlcnl ncwsJlios
must tako precedence' of tho intellectual. A
trco mutt be rooted in the soil beforo it can
bear flowers and fruit. A man must lenru to
stand upright upon his own feet, to respect
nimseir, to oe inaepanuen. or enemy or acci
dent. It is on this basis only that any super
structure of intellectual cultivation worth
having can possibly hp built. jaoUPJC
"mU'a' HueoKaaftu Hair KU9
Cedar INi.ti, Uo.ri, HaU, BIlMda aad Wlev
OaVce Teatk Ntreei, ' -
.Between Commiclitnl Waahlnittor Areoaaa,
Rock Riser I'ajitr Comvanta SfuatMug FtU
If, W. John's Improved lUeAas;
ASbeate Cement always
In large or suull quontltiei.
! T t.
rnnted t the orUe ol the Co'ra Kulletis.
Ofce. TSm. lit Teath HtrU
AIM ANU OBAY UAlUH AT-
V-voyou want aronewai of Mie beau,
iiair ibat fou oace fsadeU la I U no, ge
i jw tmm "i ! iieeasBeaei.'