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MONDAY EVENING. SETEMKEK J3. ,1869."
tfOHn; overly & co
, , .1 . OFFIOli: : , No. 13 Tenth
RE THE PR 1
A few of our Southern Illinois cotcin
to iiuuieMnril Victuals who' Would fill Lio
presidency t f tho Southern Illinois Nor
inal creditably, and wlitue appointment
would give Immense satisfaction to the
"Wo sincerely hope that in u mut
ter of such vital consequence to the
'jducatiuual Interests of the State, our
iotcmporarlva will , no permit them
selves to be lullituuccd by such
OoiiHidoriitlouH j-u,. r friudtihlp, local
prlde7or bywliut this or thiit'iniui lius
done lu the caiwo of education. Holler
stllle the project at mi'- than t permit
lit to putts to the coutro' of Incompetents.
It should be, the desire p.f.oyprypody to
employ the very bo.it talent in tho pro
ijlou. Tho president should be a inuu
of HnMied education, ' thorough and
hisslcal, who enh bring to h(ti(ald year
of experience lu the line in ylijpjjjy Js
jail 1 to act. Prf Klwards, of tho
tho present Normal, standi hl;h an an
educator; but he has Htlperlors, and one
of these superiors we must employ. The
-50iitiieru.IJlluoiuS"orm(, .although the
ml lu the Xorttiwnfct, must stHiid fr'!
U uUist b made a source' of Just pride to
our people preserved from the taint of
aid fugyimaT-the. luotleliJCormul wuat of
iho Alleirhftiles. An' none, but fird
"lnfif, experienced educator en make il
so, let in not, for tho take of the cause,
o pertuuded to glva prominent mention
o i.uy other Ulnd.
op course, wm not
Wc want more woollen factorlon In the
West Wo uuu manufacture our own
dothing, Instead of Kenflltig our money
awhv to support ICustern itiHiiiif.uliirk-K.
Jonesboro 'Gutetto.' .
Quito every experiment made In the
nu.nu fact uro of woollen cloth", wetof
the mountains, has been crowned with
-success. In fact UHlngln failure does not
occur to tin. Tho woollen mills at Aurora,
Indiana, are succeeding far beyond the
expectations of their founders, are giving
direct employment to two hundred oper
atives, and distributing moro money In
the city than all other brunches ot pro
ductive industry combined. Onlyafe'V
weeks ago, the New York Stewart sent
them nu order for fifty thousand dollar's
worth of their Joauf, finding It of a quali
ty superior to any of n like grade maiiu
factum! in the Kuht and at a lets price.
All the West wants Is a little more self
icllance. We certainly ran manufacture
our own clothing, anil the time Is at hand
when we should do ho. We have paid
tribute to tlio manufacturing nabobs of
New England long enough. There Is
not a people on the fuoo of the Earth that
can llvo moro perfectly Independent of
the outside "world than wo can, If wo
would only renolvo to xlo so and deter
minedly act on the resolution. Up with
the woolen mills, then, and let us "man
ufacluro our owu . clothiug Instead of
seudlug our uiouoy .abroad to enrich
THE LAST OF THE "lloN. JOHN
Tho Hon. John Dell died at his home
at tho Cumberland Iron Works, on Fri
day last, tho 10ti of September, lie had
been In feeble health during a period of
slxtor seven years, but was taken down
about three weeks ago, by u vlolout at
tack of favor. lie grew so weak that ho
:ould uot clear his air passage of ..tho
eolloctlon of sputa, uud diod of aufloca
Uon. "Although prominently before tho peo
pie as a cundldutofor tho Prorldeucy on
ttie American or Know-Nothing ticket,
In 1800, receiving tho BUll'rages of over
lx hundred thousand of his follow-cltl-.'.ons,
since the outbreuk.of the war he
odalntalnml an obscurity that could have
been made no more comploto by tho
Ho was a good mnn, pure In morals,
honest lu polities, ami will bo mourned
as among tho lust of tho old stock that
' itood among us as reminders of tho bettor
days of our republic.
V ."".." MS " ' L -
Tljo Jatjouaj' prohibition' parly" 'Is
dally growing io..trengtl.nnd luiluejuce.
Atnuele'ifH-1 ii( Wjeatty of1"'1 "round
which ft Krea't ijarly k very, apt to rally,
lio rdlcal press WnsHalllng (ho move
" Baentas-oiiQ.th'at Is calculated to Injuro
thu radi.cul party "as Ill-timed; and
highly Improper. The only opposition,
in-THor, comes rrom tno radical hiuo 01
tho house And tho reason assigned is
this: Th6'prtyv'ili'hiriko IitrhadH FjiJ
to tho radical atrongth. It will absdrh
tWol)eraUloalf'and leave the ilruuk
ardaU j. . ,
WAB ttie radical party has been In poowr
iiearly nl" xeaiidd'has, during that
time, utterly Jghered tho oxlstonco of Its
prohibition elpjpji one would natu
wlly Infer UiwUlj to insignificant to
ma,ko a fuss about. If Us presoneo Is uot
worthy of rmjogpit,, why deplore its
KfRi'Tinrfhii. vlfoofCapt. Rurton, Af
iTcaii tmvelecaftdosplowrVV wHUh u
THE WISCONSIN DEMOCRACY.
Tho Wisconsin Democratic Stalo Coi-'
ventlon.met on Wednefday last, nomi
nated u State ticket with Chas. I). Hob
luson as the candidato for Governor, and
adopted u platform of which the fol
lowing are the principal planks:
Hesolved, That tho continued and pos
itive Imposition uponitho people of tiirHr;
laws, avowedly uesigneu to lax uie
masses of the people for the benofltof the
accumulated capital of.tttu eastern HtaU-a,
whereby millions of dollars hr'o anndally
abstracted from Whconsln, without any
qorrcspondlng gain to tho common gov
ernment, is a wanton ami Intolerable
abuse of federal nower. for which the
only cll'ectlvo remedy is the complete-
union or me menus or laoor ami our uo
nicotic industry at tho ballot box
Itesoived, That we lament that chronic
Inllruiityi of tho ' dominant party, by
which the cxcrclrfu of it loiiir-coiitluued
and abundant power to adjust the burdelf'
of taxation by rovlnions and iiuodlUca-
Hons, from time to time, of Hie tarlfl'and
other revenue laws, is confined to pre- ,
tentlous confessions of the consequences i
,of Its own mlrule, and ' pbYiodiehl f
rwolutions deploring the evils whlcli It ine riinaueipnia commercial ax
pri'slctt ntly rofuscs to abolish. I change has voted 52,000 and Geo. W.
hosoivcu, i iiai we neiieve ne nonor ,
tho rapid nnd'comideJo extlricilon of tho'l
national deot by the full payment of the ;
' tne lull payment oi tne ' Tlie American l'rotostant Associatiou
iterift thereof In exact j-0r Philadelphia 'mifde an ' Imposlrig 'pro
!o gomnm "nt umMtS I ccBrion An Friday, turning out fifty
principal and interest
I fti nl I kitt itmt til,
creditors; but that wo oppose, with all t
the Inlluence at our command, the Illy- , TheHteam pluulng-mlll and blind fac-dlt-gulsed
etlortu of tho putty lu power to i , r ,.(1,,,u ii,,,,,, t. n. irS,s.
-oi?vert the debt Into a permanent bur- tor I ,oLtrU)' Vuuu&Lo., nt Mon
den for the aggrandizement of special mouth, Ills., was burned at an early hour
classes, by discriminating legislation Suturday morning. Loss $s0,000; uo In
against the people and the lesser credl- , Hurauce.
tors of the government, Inbchalfof In-i ' ' ' 1 ... -:
cornorated capital. I
The last plankf declares tlmtdbe demo
cratic party of Wisconsin rejoice lu the J
extinction of slavery; In every well di-
rected effort for the i luvatlon uud en
llghtenmeiit of oppre.?cd huiuaiiity;
and In every eirort compatible with good
government to broaden the bails of suf
frage uud. to extend the blessings of free
institutions to all elates of people.
The convention was harmonious, nnd
the delegates entertho campaign inspired
by the llvllest prospects of fiiiccets.
DON T RELIEVE IT.
ThoFrederlcktowu, (Ho.) lice' b.ays
that Mr Green II. Casey, of Madison
county, left It. tho 'Bee' ofllce a corn
stalk that, hud forty-one ears on, It, be
nldes two that had been taken off and
presorved for seed.
For the reason that this beats any
thing produced In ISgypt. whero all the
wonders In the growth of corn nre de
veloped, wo don't hcllcvo the story. It's
one of Wash Hughes' agricultural yarns.
Frank Mboney, tho roustabout who j
waa cruelly hcaten, shot and put olTon a
aand-bar lu tho Missouri river, by tho
mato of tho steamer Flirt, nud who was
afterwards captured by tho Indians uud
saved, from death at tho stake through ,
tho Intercession of several squaws, has
vied Capt. llazlett and F. W. Medard,
tho owners of tho boat, for flvo thousand
dollars damuges. Tho story of wrougand
cruelty told by Mooney Is corroborated
by tho ortlcerH of tho steamer Tacouy
who picked him up In a naked ami
dylug condition on the banks of the
Missouri, and by Col. Davis, corainaud
nntof Fort Uuford, whero Mooney re
ma! tied until he rooovored from his In
juries. Tho suit was Instituted in St.
Louis, on last Friday.
Aa an act of Justice to Mr. Bodard, who
Is well known In Cairo, wo wlllatato that
he was not on the boat nt the tlrao, nnd
was not apprized of tho horrible trans
action until he saw an account of It In
ThomusD. Mather, tho predecessor of
Geu. Haytile In tho adjutantgenerall
ofllce of tho Stato of Illinois, has beeu
urged as a good mun to suocecd. tho late
It Is settled, wo believe, that Gcnoral
Sherman will act as Secretary of War
uutlUhe mooting of congress, drawing
his Halarv aa llouteuunt-general, for him-.
self, and that of his now position for Mrs.
' . . 4, 1. ...til
Rawlins. It la not uouoveu mui e wm j
accept the appolutmont permanoiHij.
If we had a say in the matter our voice
should bo rulsedpu Geu., Logan. We by
no moans despair of his appointment. ,
The oxpenses of tho government
during the pasttllsoal year amounted to
$.r)85,00p,000! XYtlioiigh this is a very
considerable suiu, we are consoled by tho
rpflcctton that Is ueallv as low us in 1862.
Nerjy as,, low aa when (lie1 government
had 600,000 men lu tlio field, and'wjw
sustaining fourtUoutnd miles of a
bjqckadal As a matter or economy wo
should go to var again Peaoo Is on
tlrety. loo Qxpunqlvu a luxury under rad
Tho hardy udvonturous peoplo of
Wyoming jerrRp;y,.uio, fight in politics.
At tho lato eleotl'm they elected Nuck
olls, democrat, as their delagoto tn cop
Kxute, by au overwhelming miijorlty,
mid elected a legislature that Is uuau.
iWousrv tteinfccratlo. " ' ' J U
iIfyou want a homo among a .aWij
JbW, JtlU.irty, .t9llleni1.p.epplel emigrate .
tO,Wyomlm., 1-r '
'Cci'cal crops of Itussla nro good except
In tho Northern Trovlijces, whero the
yield Is only half.nn nverage.
Australian advices mate Hint tho re
bellion in New Zealand la Increasing,
creating great alarm among tho people.
Tho Virginia Itepubllcan Bute, Control
Committee has called ri State Conven
lion to meet In Richmond on the 21th of
NoYembdrJ1 ' ' V ' -
An nmatciir bllliardlst of Memphis, lu
a game Friday,' niKtlp n run of 2,013
points. 'The game plnyml was tho ordi-
It is roporlcd that the paying teller of
Fourth National' Bank in lioston is a
Jdefaujtf fandthttt llu JdefaloatlonJ
amouuis 10 ?uj,wv.
The schooner Jcho capsized In Lake
Ontario Wednesday night. Tho crew
probably perished. Hho belonged to
chijs lma glvtn um f(jr tl,e recf of
t,l Avoiiuale.-s.uUorers. - f T r .I f
The American Protectant Association
lodges containing 1,000 members
mon engugeu in tearing uown an
old building at Ogdeu mine, in Sparta
township, N. J , were killed on the lOlh
Inst., by a premature foil, which burled
them in the ruins.
The Odd Fellows en route to San Fran-
clsco, to the number of 200, left Omaha
Saturday morning. The previous even
ing they hud a reception uud banquet,
which was a brilliant ufFulr.
The Dayton mill, In 'he White Pino
region, Nevada, was completely wreck'
ed, by a tornado, Suturday, the 21' th ult.
and tho worktnen burled, lu tho ruiui
The latter were all taken out without
A serieH of highway robberies have
been perpetrated of lato between Salt
Lake and Helena. Homo 'tu,oou was
taken from tno coacu auu passengers
about a week ui;o. Tho robbers were fob
lowed, one of them killed, ono badly
wounded, und a portion of the treasure
recovered. One of the pursuers was
Chas II. Wright, city editor of tho
Chicago 'Times,' died Friday morning of
heart disease. His death was instan
taneous and without u moment's warn
lug. Ho had risen from his bed, 'and
while dressing fell to tho floor and ex
pired, Ho was but thirty years of ag(,
but was a veteran Journalist, having com
menced his career in 1S5S. He was con
nected at llflerent times with tho Mil
waukee 'News,' Chicago Post,' Peoria
'Mull,' Chicago 'Republican' and last
with the 'Times.' Mr. Wright was a
gentleman highly esteemed in orery
onuection in life.
Fiftoen thousand dollars havo been
subscribed for tbo family of bocrotary
Rawlins, $l,00u by President Grant.
? : r
There in trouble in tho radical camp of
Wisconsin. Tho knowing ones antici
pated tho election of Robinson, tho dem
ocratic candidate for Governor.
Bon Hutlcrhaa revlowed, at somo
Iongth, Mrs. Stowe's Byronlo scandal.
Applying the rules of law to It he makes
It out a scandalous; fabrication to his
own satisfaction, at least.
Horaco Austin las been nominated by
tho radicals of Minnesota for Governor.
Ills competitor before tho convention
waa Donnelly, tho fellow who merciless
ly blackguarded Wushburn before tho
house of representatives last winter.
- - .i - '
Grant la desirous that General Robert
Williams, the husband of Mrs. Senator
Douglas, shall bo elected United States
Senator from Virginia, It la thought
highly .probablo 'that the wishes of the
president, In this particular, will not he
At tlie'Unlon county fair, lost Friday,
Mr. Wra. It. Hileman exhlbltod a hog
that weighed nearly eight i Hund,rejl
pounds. Think of that! A hog which,
at tho usual market price, would com
mand n, sum equal to tho value of a good
horse. Quito aslioat, wasn't It? Healthy.
Tho Jonosboro 'Gazetto' says of tho
result at tho latodomocratlo primary eloo
tlvp held lu Union county :
Tlio" tlck'et "Is Complete, antP'alloro
satisfied with tho result. It Is true that
overybody could pot havo his oholco
among fio many good men and true dem
ocrats, who were willing to servo tho
country in' an offlolal' capacity. They
havo all had a voles in tho nomination,
and will abide tho result. The ticket is a
good one, and Unlonounty will roll up
Tier-usual iuajorltyfor It at tho Reuoral
. ' 1 Stic.-
Gou. JJutler will not contest with Wll
son for theSonatorshlp from Mussaehu--
fiotts. This conclusion om Butler's part
Is tho result of n private arrangement"
with Wilson. Simply a matter of bar
gain and salo, among two of .tho. Immac
ulate leader of tho radical party a ealo
of prospects pyiiutter, the consideration
haylng been pal(tnnd'nclno.wIcJgc''d? ,1
A peoplo that confer ofllco on ouch
unblushing scoundrels desurvo to lio
plundered and oppressed, deserve all tho
cursesof radical ruloi " "
Tn tho early phrPdfY80i Grnfit hold a
situation as clerk In Iho Adjutant Gener
al's ofllco of lUlnolrunder' Thomas I
Muthor. Itls,!, thtrcfora, belle vud,thaC
lather's chances for tho War port-foflo
nfogoo(.!TBuf didn't 'Logan muk'd
Grant a present of a horse? We merely
all: the question.
Judgo Dent, brother-in-law of Grant,
to the contrary notwithstanding, will bo
next Governor of Mississippi. The con
bervat!vo movemeutis gaining headway
and the radicals will Inevitably be swept
from power in that down-trodden state
Tho democr'At's will, 'no doubt, support
riorit'OtitThlH ticket. - ' '
The'ro'waffa' pnako'klllcd, -about-live
miles from Wotnugyln'; Pulaski ,couiity,
last week, that measured nino feot eight
Inches in length, Ite greatest diameter
being fourteen inches. When first seen
It was crawling with Its hea'd about three
feet about tho grouud. -
- , ' - - - r - -
I or County Triuiurcr.
WUrc nuth riiMoinnounc that William Matt n
willbefreamlidfiU' for-County Trcmrr of Alexin
county ul(oct to the lt'ition of.llia ilcinocrstlc
couDlcourentiOn, to.Lc litl on thoSMl lnt.
- s for Count' Judge.
Wc arc author loil to winounco that Alexander
Iloilgiui will he an Independent racdhlato for th of
fice of Cocnty Judge, subject only to Hie decision of
the voter of Alexander Couuty. " tc
. for AaaoclMlo Jimllcr.
Wo nriituthoriot to nnnouncr that Jiunci.K.
MeCrltc Will U u candidate for A''ueUle Justice, ub
mittini; hlj clalini to the democratic county confon
tlon. If nomltiated orxl elected ho will, as lie alway
handone, terro tho icoj',c to tlio'lxtt of lit a aGil
Itle. " - m Kf
for Comity ClerU.
W. areaulhoriuJ to nnnouuctl .that Jacob O.
Lynch ia candidate Cor re-etfctioulo tho oftlce of
County Clerk, milijeet l theiiecMioii orilie democrat
ic county oonrentlnn. ', e0to
fur t'ounty Treawurer.
Via are authorized to announce ihAi William A. Kod-
man la n candidato for re-electlcS to tho otfiee of
County Treasurer, aubjoct to the doclalon of the dem
ocratic comity convention. leOle
for Aoclte Justice.
We :ire outhorUed io niiiifcunae that Mr. John How-
ley trill he a candidato for reelection to 111 office of.
AxoeUte Juatn-e, ittbject lo the decision of the detn-j
ocrntlo county convention, ee9fo
Tor Couatjr Nap't fttbllo habouU. ,
We aro ntithoriied tonhnouueo'n. l llutler,'Ksq.,
aa a CAbdhUli for County BuDerintcudout. of PuUiu
choola for Alexander couuiy, aubjoct to tho decision
of the democratic county convention. to
WcaroJiUtUoriMi by tho friend of r. linos to
nnnouaco his name a a candidate for the office of
County Judgoieubjeei'to tb'iJicuilon 'of the demo
cratic rminty convention. t
Kor ttie lonaiituiloaitt CoutcuiUu. '
Wo aro authorized to announce the Hon. William
J. Allen a a. v.mditlato for oiombcrahip la tho, Couiti.
tutional Convcntinu from tho Tirl llepresontallvo
District, composed of the counties of Union, Alexan
der and Pulaslo, subjocl,to tho decision of the.Pemo-
leratio party. nulfM
E W- CLOTH ING J
Bv oi'iy tlxisxc
2T" x o a lx
baiu.aiS's Von tiie peopli;i
( . 4
llavins closed out thiiiQM.l4jtltl'lothing,
I.arjfo tiiitl Splendid Stock
Which embraces every kind of
Knaliloiiiible Gentlemen' Wear,
Anduchasl miltetttordl 'elasse.
They would al. cepi-cial atlcntlon to their supply of
In which they ji(o-s.s (oleacl the tnarkel Al 10
W t I Vfls 1 asisjssn.
Whicli t'uiVwue, &iye
Tweed, etc., fron s)l,loUjUlJ- lifwitjCicHire
ci.oTinxu to oitnr.H,
lit tho best tiiauiier. and tn, ily fashionable Their
HtOCU.Of Ki l'nj jf'HIIKll rU IU' I
G tllt lCIIH'U'S l'lll ttlsllllIK aOOd
Is very romplele, Including mmiy novelties never be
fore hiotiuhf to thUmarkbt. ' a-
Till NKH, Of liVKKV 8TVJ.K. VAI.
Htoolc, eheftpor limn oer before, they rely ou a, ill
erlmlijatlng public to extend litem tho P-""";0 V'J
sin 1 n us 1 n tm
- PAINTKIVS MATERIALS..
T V. PAltKHK.f,,t
yfimK LE.U), ZlXQAD oils,
WINDOW GLASS AND PUTTY
.lUfuUei, W4Hgri krdWlMow
95 OHIO LEVEE CAIRO, ILL
OWKEV aUINIKThagutfWrtiulif llCf
S had llareT" qune U&tntn biU.rnMad
yet contalaJnUI)? g,w of ",n,on ''"l,,lne
iSEW AD VERTIS EHr RNTS .
wrst of Unlnnl. nol3 a
pROF. ED. WITTIG,
1VJTTI(,S STIliXf AM) MUSS HANI)
Ciin nccommo.lA!0 Ui pullio with th- lMt mimlo
on ihor't no'ilcc IU' W nDa"f''''.
Jj"on rlycMoiiiTrj- Irtjiriitiifnt.
Ilfii(Hf.nrn m tlU. ... ...
T i . w --nt"i'll MlfHlliU. nciwrou roiiriii
?ni l-irtlitt. Crtir..r Hnol.
.;U;2,ul'rorM", c'?' 0'rnUlica, from ohn to
Vt:u. x oir.UKiiT, Ativ.a
PUItK DIU4I) HOGS . AND FOWL8
: Winter Nt;((l"IVheun
AndolK.r FAUM fKKfft, Hum Drtrx Eth-simrv.
j, t . Tt, I'AB;i,l'hijimlfflurg, IV.
rihJ! and lJpiiKhton IVvrdli; Wuek' und Tiead
Chatli I'lirply Wiaw lU.atdo,! LKe l Modlotranran. ntul
(ermnn AttltrIl'Mlea4,nre tho hest, pahleatlhnrd
letaml mn. prc-liirtiTo WhuaU tliat can he rcom
mended for general Cultivation, llrlres SSnerbush.
el, 4 rtiiiiil of nuy .kink ly mail, past paid, for SI.
Tuenty heads ef dliferehl varlrtles Kent i int pnl.l, fur
31. rwentynlhervaiiutivforwiieiit Parley uhd Oata
iinast)eiir ImpoiUtioti. foe 'Pelti'd Hirrfrlmen
iw eiirin t-ouriiMi'soinluml tiilicri'o for it; only St J
i .v iin,i usi-uu xiuriiai pnnie.1. Auorca.s
OEO. A, PKITZ..'hambcrhnrg, Pa.
TTAXTE-Al.Tander County OruW at
yV nd City Scrip atftSeenla oo tliu dollar,
Itlnd of Lumber and lln ldra Material.
W. W. TltOn.NTON,
rA.VTi:i.- Thou" ile'lrtnK board, ly day or
T I week, can lie nceommodatcd at Mrs. Iiedinaa'
rorncr of Hyventli atreet nud Wu.ilnnHtu nventto,
Terms- oo jier sreek board: 47 W per week
board and lodging. au IS Im
SIGN AND ORNAMENTAL PAINTNG
THE S 1ST E ItS
TliU InmUlatlon srwi luuniletl In IH03.
and CtJitrtrresl'Iiy tie .Sluto or
Illinois In 1H05,
Hnard aiid Tuition. Including bed nnd Unldlnc.
irashinK and utlnncry, per term of fle
Music, itanelnt.', pnlnllniraud the laniiaxes, extra.
tor furtli.T Information npplr tn the
UKl7Um ' MbTItKIt bfl'KKIOH.
QAIU, Ii. THOMAS,
SIGN AND 0U.VAMEXTAL PAIXTEU,
Shoii-In the basement of the ity National Han- 4
Otlllillliff. on Ulilo I.etee,
QAIRO BROOM MANUFACTORY.
W. FM'KKK i: UHOTHEU, '
Having perfected, their arrangement for the manufur
tureofUrooms In till ' ly, are now prepared to 81
orders at aa
. , Xioxxr 3?rioow
A tho aame quajitira of brooms 14 Ut purchaapd any
where. Orders lett at Ihe store of O. I). WllllamsonM Ohla
I.evoc, or at tq , .. - t
9fnnuructoryfFturteutU utreet, betsvet-u
Will be promptly attended to.
it by infill 1ouM be uddreoed to
' 'W.l'. M'KKRA IIIMV
. Ilox 431,
rjpHK GKRMAjsVSpHOOL., .
Tins urll-esUlillsliHd in.litntion la entered upn
its sixth lenr'iinder'ihe-mom UntterinR auspices
The prtnrijxil. I'rtif. WlnHilniiir. la 11 thorough Ger
man and buRlish M'hulnr. and an experienced edu
cator. I'lipils thr'f'ir can huvu oxnelleut instrue
tlon In both the (Icni.an and Kngllsh laniuat
Tuition ery low.
I'upils may bi entered at any time
ptainber ll.l". Ini
FOR KASTl'ORT AND WATERLOO
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