Vol. 1. Mount Carroll Si Car- No. 1. MOt'XT CARIIOLI J A n i a fe'y, ; Willi I Iv, U: it makes - I I" our *<■: Single Copy, fine ?<:«■•• »l,as. I V - - ' - ;' the i B : 1 II • - ! > \- k aa - I . wbeu I rid ind it kin, but : Iiav. Iih-\vhit< ••i THE IC0TTI9B *9 ' kind who ••V I.') uot worth 1 ; ORKA 1 ). likes. She does not like yonng ing to girls and Icaux and is bra- alight w :-;uiv- and rides : or, r . biders tbetn all highly ii : !C re between ~ he would not get married for ■ :ln,i twenty-five, after all the world ; and will not rea l 3J which tl tlie list of deaths in a -'-'ry, which th because that of iuarri printed jn.~t above it. a irrcat de — if she one believe there of b! in her "I'm tired, auntie. Isn't enough '•I think ■ which .' "If plum] 'Why don't yon ! that • Hidtal . It is provoking to say aim; - Iding that • .n to be very fun and that I not have i ntfer- laug ■ and *■ descri generl I very much doubt j seen this exception— the original it wliero -• ition ble f ihe diblik^ . but if litt of yonr | '•To be snre, t'vfc - >n ma! . rather vexed that her aunt should view of the jeet. Let me illustrate my meaning by givin you' oris- nov. d in ner work, lied the dart.: dre\ - md the yarn brok . to Iter inv. uttle felloW,— th calmly "Am her work am; 'Sissy was weal dood to ine, mamma, I likes to stay in the par- lor.' "That is not fiction, Carrie, as your uncle William v. >u." "Why. Aunt Km ! I hope \ arc not d in- the stocking ne, the dan. i the other. "A -itinued aunt. any- thing little, that th be pu* and i but ; the sharp :ie day. I t 1 r it • like ir.'- do think it I think to me." ed Car- 't think— I "'i not a: ■ It \ : in "''I ~d— at : TUK on 3 "Bnt you tab »ber a view but then just think of it — to of just a little fun," Carrie said, all alone with not qnite willing to lay down her wrinkled up, and i I in the •i. Oil : y ? It ''Because I am anxious tl , :(!) y yOU should have :: old maids, that yoh may flot be "As to wrinkle-,"' v. inclined to throw yourself away ply,' r it by mart-] fear of oeing one. Lam confident that manv unhappy n. the result of this foolish dn ■ . m t?lnt which some young girls have of ing friei reading, -■•ailed an old maid.'' ..,[,[ ••1 must confess to that," said ">s maiden a Carrie. "I should hate to !■■ '" an old m: H Wi "Von mean that you \v like to be ridicn iplied her •nnf. not unnatural : but, if in the Providence of I you should be oblig< I between an unsuitable mar. and " >ion. ■ I' and living m-t I • Could you mail i ; in eh. if yoitr prevailing m pe being called an old maid ■ iir. - ■ I rc- "Hut I I ter tiling Vunt En 1,1 re pink. b. 1 saj better, I ftn inv-a. "' [ could I that 1 - in time, my grar. with i it as ■ ■ "in, and a tbink it to marry, it marry well — well, 1 I . which tion and "If you do not have tlie op] tuni- . man v. you thoroughly whom you can give joui W heart, you will be happier in maiuing unmarried, for the si a that one is happier in • than v. "It il, aunti while girls are time till thev are - 1 TJfciE ORE A I >. - entirely beueatli ill day after written that she had notice, although ] _ into a wise even for fourteen, and rith'er in. -. ] to an ei . !y a ••i much bi F rear old, I v, m, and ■ y oerfori .rric of a i Aunt . . Clinton. witii myself, though L ha thought tint were such the were m ••I knew : and grandmother alw;- ■ »n 1 o . on my own . . and, n tnnatelw not ha nt until L made a . discovery in ". old >\v covers. — . r in th ■ t in hair iuto a fr Iv knot livin. r.allv :, until 1 so thin a . that grandmother seut for Dr. I i, and a light- man. li- st er ie in the von : . iv. t all at ■ never ex- thun to- a toW h . am l garret, lit him - 1 my - . I ■' any : Ilia I re "J but i ■ "' TJ came ami peeped through til which was ajar. J my it he pa the (.1 '<>r u|.L'ii and came in. •••W;; .:],' he •thing his clean, white a with his little fat hands. Post -h heart woul en if Mr. Rich iiad said nothing, but he with the !y to him, that I I and, when tin n mat at the call of his mother, had the iriali ; to tav in the -■I thro* I !: .. Ilv- - that n conld or I have . "iati v. li ii rue in u B after ■' anythi I, in- that mother termination, pa. I . and w iu the juld An ,' In tin' famil you ■ uem II >ne ; Sk*. tuo clear 1 Wind, who, thtotiLrli hi* u ms to he ever Nic into trouble, aj>( .ear- ! imI to l>e in one of mood", ' that i ing lightly by : t lie eoutenU up- on Iu-: ■ little sister, 'Snowdrop, d her eyes K>r a, Ins RWafc n her ri>- I up in li lied were so qon- ir at the frightuied that < to the tVfJiile fun loving Win '<e. gave one shrill i away. ted thi* unkind, ongen- thinking lustration •>il of oceit have but little - those :re in trouble: an 1 are ofteu found wanting in true p :!y increased - r»p w».>, treat where might hide from th g ize and of htr i aud n and sister?. whi ih way to turn, Mr. Win!, on from ■ the dilemma in which, the unohtru- ■ ! . and felt sorry for his u While c — way in ike amen 1» tor hie maon, ei ''rom 1, reveal- icate maiden who. bein<i weary, i matting of n l.er tin: of fuu, he had I the Wings -.. y thither, iittls (i Snowdrop fjom th ireat- Illrnt Brown Leaf h iving passed thn man* trial*, and knowing the T II E E I) . JA JJTJ ART, 1869- /«k', ■ 1 rf _. <• ,, f. ■ ?1~ . w~ to do all in her power to remove auy nnpleasanl feeling*, and console tbe aorrowfnl Snowdi Wind, i! 1 of her \v i 1 1 - intriiess to comply with In- takes her in his strong ten- derly carries her to the side i>i Bnow- drop, and w'thout making any e nation or any form duetion olT whistling good At first, on little 8l drop, D. having whi* ar, is inclined to ■• vTIXUXA BRANCH, — o — " SALUTATORY. Mi the New Ti- ll, intrust Brown Leaf wlio rture, lull of draw the attention ol Snow srop her gl tory— .1 tnc BDOW'll , . her head upon the bvoasl of her friend, \ sweetly oleeps until lite break ol d .r, , , ... when ■ of Brown L^af, who, ha> fulfilled her promise, is mak ara'ions to st'itt on he: ,, J II- en men the .ink: >' w "> : —not ri: tbe morning, and receive the ki-s ol . , , , . , reconciliation Iron, \\ ind, a gentle- man of w d by, and be li her delicate and rood- B e»t appearance, removed her to truth, W elegant mansion, where, as an exam- pie of m I on in one of ' that tlie career of the elegantly furnished » like that of the i But let _u- k at the prond ^ eyer « c Tnli; find that » i in their sixter Snowdrop had been taken liom their iniiUt, Wind, in their rode eoudact, >ver their dwelling and not only da- beautiful painted cups into a th THE OREAD. In hwnhig the first nntnSer of v to the and pieces, hut compelled the: rs to the stability of character, they were un- "ally, that t! able to rise above the lot m to in a ,J with a changed which they had been brought, and ,,,„, «,- , M .1. 11 c ■ were doomed during the rest of their existence to be regarded as inferior by am * J '^ e *peet a fri( thoa.'whom hitherto thev had scorned, corn---. Moral. — : 'He that bombletb him Tv.„ „v » i • ial( be exalted." j The °V' " "Let him thatthinketn he standeth cst ' : take heed lest he fall." ^commer. ;re f u "l who hut i 1 liberal con- tributions. Shall •• tint- ed ■'. ■ I LThinlf I the will I . in - ut now uablcAceeessorj ■ <lu- philo- lU d ab- . nk- ing, acting w en _ tal relaxation w] | n g the memory with useful f. ble 1 i i. prefer to have our deeds t 1 in those clin. our merit, but will say that no i be spared to make our little whir '.iem. ■ both entertaining ami in- structive. me among tis Professor I JEOIESSOR KEY. S. C, formerly of the - Th I with a large heart and philanthropic tare is no drone in the moral « r on the alert to thing to elevate the 1 amily and farther moral and inl In he earn- >val from Tl: !_■• ■ «—— /•I in the land. improving the conditi ly down trodden I g 1 ^- Th, . them . .t union.-. some might b . like the tinkli - to yield a rich h '• M y one of school I - loath; the with lli " 1 - '• r o1,1 dwell in « ha\. of our i mi. ••! ■ ■ His felt bat ned with lert and ' lap v. iwla, .• • the contents of winch afforded d- meat to the -.': iund. him were I am sure did that herself) lutifol thing-. t of napkin ring for our scale 'ure. i a pk in rings were di>tr and to I tnd nut-pick, of which from like the he Library U g souie- liminishii iful Bohemian sett for fit for a .ti oil. otheT ai — all at ad labor. - • OREA.I>. Combining utile et dulee, are tjjttlyl e's music c'.^ I her pleased to know lie h with that epitome of "all know!- happy a choice in a ce edge human and divine which life. If, ■ thought can reach or "The B define," viz.: V. Dictionary ; ami Miss Bart r ed from her Painting class a port- folio of Turkey morocco fun.: with a gold pen and hoi". For Ilev. C. K. Colver there fell out of this huge "horn of plenty/' a tasteful and comfortable dre gown and a pair of Blip] Miss Mason's ;.'it'r from the Prin- cipals was en make a/u/ one suddenly fond of writing lei It WB8 a beautiful writ- ing desk, inlaid with pes completely furnished with c. thing that the ui< writ- er could desire. We all it once that v wood writing sential to one's happiness. All of the teachers and, in fact. every member of the household, shared in this general and g ous giving of good gi. E with him when he left us, our most hearty thanks and best Miy lie return to us in 'G9, and find he -mrs. lis. M. a ■ them to be upoi and. we have no doubt of their future hap]!! ity. . Win., and • ■I at- lion — Willi . M r. ining, .tils and Villain. - will make the a. May ; M r v Hawi f the deli. .ike. India Correspondence. Eft •.:.!, [noi .lune 23d, 1868. S ary Society of Mount Carroll .- My D> — Jour viv kind tU0 . amC) an ,i favor of March 80th came dulj everywhere may he make "' 1 ; aH ' 1 ' '" " " ] " ,)t tel1 >" on t,H -' '■" a Christ in 'ormatioa it contained was a son :,inarv. of J°>' a,,!l «x*>UrafcemeB* . — . . .— ' We herewith Mnd our hearty t!. »®*We clip the following form to each member of th ■ Tor "The Badger State Banner." As their kind i oar work Thomas was for years a member of in offering to tike one of our .Mikir this Institution, lie will be remem- bny« under ll j. Onr bered by many of the ol9 pupils, Heavenly Faihi ■who will be interested in knowing g' ve ,ls many i. ;;;, love si of his whereabouts and p ' fIi - wor .« He has rec him- " self in Falls, Wis., as will be si f friend ia onr 4eai naflv business card in . n Most heartily friend Thomas on ;ions upon yon as and if ci with ][„ How ia- in<j rhen and boys iu onr Normal Bel ~cn C'nv »>li»ll 1 their fiimids ami relation* on ti; of all •hat ll in ng. ian» will tell every where the story of W h a an J read all'l Wlihyui.l •: »etS ■'' them, if not 'in to reconnl •heir in- itrocl i ,y be farther i"sti:i likirgiil- already a tion while four oti. ioa- year we may ! - at home i in leael Onr .; men oi • How can we marry the ig .•hy, con- rnently no bappi- i they are h' •_- to tat whom they are b them of oor I ittl and few. country ■ hen eight or It ]<1 marry theHin- I). Brothers may he taitjht, an : at to m. Mi . 8c ■•: ; ■] • ..■• J two were b iptised by 1"> .fore n all eigbl ■ been I *ince uui »ui.»l. I [am ev# . lbns leas our week salvation af this peopi ly have grace trial. Th» heat is feat fill cow allb. THE OREAD. 9 temperature with tin d lys. We have selected a boy of good promise as your protege. His native name is Jor-io to which we have added the name given by you, no that on tin- School Roil he answers at the call of Jorso Carroll. He has on'y been in school a short time, but is learning 'fast and we hope willbe able to write you a letter in the native language before a great while. Ton will unite yonr prayers with ours, that he may fcoon become savingly acquainted with the great truths of the christain religion. "Carroll's'' age is about fifteen, He is the son of a mountain chief and should he become a chiis- tian might wield a powerful influence for good among his people. With re newed expressions of gratitude f>r your timely aid, and with our united kind regards to each member of your Society, I remain. Yours in christian lalor, Annie Kay RoOTT. THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. The January number of tlie "Atlantic Monthly" comes to ue freighted with rich store* of fresh, deep and vigorous thought, I new fields of Intellectual The publishers have made good ■ to the public, b ing from month to month, articles from the ablest writers in the c tr y, tipou subjects at once the most interesting and important Tl Social, scientific political and liter- ary Questions that are continually pressing themselves upon the attention of the public are who, for special talent in their depa: _. THE NATION. "ceklr, * Ualier, f i ui N , In ; *«. r — Ill all c OUR NEW ORGAN. ) plete only when we have one of Year, our new Organ" ; for we : ;,- s American Organs, with up a claim to 6v< j- op Rnd Gik p^^ duccd here for our Use and im- j Mt like onr.new Seminary Organ. provement. The new Organ is of rse more especially for th< of V. but then we all derive pleasure from the m The Principals have just receiv- ed one of the "American Or_- manufactured by S. D. & II. W. ii. it is truly a mag- nificent instrument, one of their OBITUARY. Dikd, at twelve o'clock, mfd- :, December 31, 1SGS, the Old '. His life was full of incident, ac- tivity, and hope with its dii pointment and fruition. lie brought our country safely it and best, as we judge from trough the Fall elections, tettinf the sound of it, which fa - ;it tne prophecies of the thundering in our ears btw fu! - its adventin the Reception :' " " • vith the gar- the last twelve bonis, 'i June and sheav ■"ding on the op- posite side of the room, so I the admired of every I urjourn- to be dumb before this n * h 7 claimant . The ancii - but whert the I By him we were led, indi "/Y ii," so long, and ]y to frite with us, seems ue, judging bv faint ] b - v ,lis g ravei HU 8*»™ * were nut > imes in shadow, sometimes in licht, he led us on ; and i we The new ( I many, n ■ ber of stops, g lie-blue the instrume; ■ ^\ '* of a wilu wh ln K seen footing the suckings ot producing such a vol' tone d in oratorio rt of two hdnd of furniture 1 1 blai-k-' with sum ■ ■ n « . u 'th the reform may b. our establish tin- P"t «nto operatjon at once. the willing heart and faithful h — all buried with him uuder the Let the tear fall — let the requiem . with brave, h fnl hearts, let . rcmem , ,me D to die ; and in the glori- m « ■ » " ■ — — ..iuse lid a woman'* ! e same pay a- t hen 10 THE OREAD. SANTA CLAUS. The dear, jolly, warm-hearted old fellow ! How I love him I how I have always loved him that Christmas morning ■ agone, when, ia my baby stock- ings, I found a cunning India-rub- ber doll, — a doll tl squeezed and kissed and t about without any tear of fractur- ing its skull, but wli;. soon lost its fresh complexion, and cracked and wrinkled black skin, looked i. e Barm: ern edition of J h. In fact, I think I like him better even than when I was a chili now I know how many i. cheered by fa I wish that I kn lived. \ ■would go a*: ihe ran with hi. r his . but bei like to advise him a little about his Cln\ I would tell him and hundred indwreb other day : who a va_ littl. Cold with never a Ch; If do ftl I am si.; . how w< and Kut I of him ;. it it, instead of ing me 1. is card, I whistle to liis rein-deer, and be off in a trice. That brupt way ; but 1 like him i id just as well as be never, by some over- roy package by or lost it ou the HOW (LIROMOS ARE MADE. C; iioGn.Ai'HY is the art of '.'S from stone, in col- moi-t difficult branch of it — wt generally implied when chromos are spoken of — is the art of reproducing oil paintings. When a cliromo is made by a com- pelent bai ents «n exact cona terpart of the original painting, with i? gradations ot ti ts and i'h much of the spirit f a production of the brush To now ohromos are of litbi most first I lined. 1 he stone i -pecies of i'd in Bavaria, an i it nto thick ilaba with finely The drawing ia mad. jort of h adheres to the chemical the appli- UIIIS. jdcte the i careful- ly i 1 wiih a The I with a common prii I ,ur»e main -' i!i*> ink: ■ 'it a ootb In a chromo, the first proof ompleted picture. It is in fact ra .low than an outline. The next proof from the second ston.?, contains all the sondes of another color. This pro- cess is repeated again and again and again ; occasionally as often as thir- ty times. We saw one proof, in a visit to Mr. Prang's establishment, — a group of cattle,— that had p through the press twelve times; and it still bnre a greater resemblance to a spoiled colored photograph than to the charming picture which it snbse* ■ [iiently became. The number of im- pressions, however, does noj indicate the number of colors in a painting, because the colors and tints are great- ly multiplied by combinations crea- ted in the process of printing one over another. In twenty five impres- sions, it is sometimes necessary and possible to produce a hnudred distinct e8. The last impression is made by an engraved atone, which | reduces that iblance to canvass noticeable in all of Mr. Prang's fine specimens. — English and German chromos, as a rule, do not attempt to give this del- icate fine tonch, although it wonld • nii.il in order to make a perfect imitation of a painting. The paper u--ed is white, heavy "plate paper," of the be»t q . which has to pass through a heavy -, sheet by sheet, before its sar- is fit to receive an impression. The process thns briefly explained, we need hardly add, requires e \ groat skill and judgment at i stag. Jeerior . d*. leeted by Ihe pra.tici.l eye in the fin- isbed The > a f a chromo. if it is at all cor: *I month. injw several years — of careful preparation. The mere drawing of the different and >o many liitlerent stonea ia of it«df a work th .it requires an an a degree of .« unfamiliar with the procc« ■I more cult, and i. the process of coloring Ti 1 1 : ORE A D. 1 1 mands a knowledge which artists have hitherto exclusively monopolized, an i in addition to it, the practical famil iariiy of a printer with practical dc- taihj. "Drying" and "registering" are as important branches of the art of making ehromos as drawing and coloring. On proper registering, for example, the entire possibiiiiy ot pro ducing a picture at every stage of llfl progress deuends. "Registering" is that part of a pressman's work which consists in so arranging the piper in ■-, that it sh:i!l receive the im- pression on exactlv the same spot of every sheet. In book work, each pnge must he exactlv opposite the pa;_'e printed on the pthcr side of the sheet, in order that the impression, if on thin paper, may not "show through." In newspaper work this is of leu im- portance, and often is not attended to with any special care. But in ehrorno-litliography the difference of a hair's-breadth would spoil a picture; tor it would hopelessly mix up the colors. After the ehromo has passed thro' the press.it t~ 1 ">d varnish- ed, and then put np for the market. — These 6nal processes are (or the pur m<>s and |y j for even when 'Chicken",' 'Dii < were chaine 1 in chu; were the lirst chromoe tbat m ■' an and riptures (iheo inst int and ) were worth a herd of leen thousand copies of the M vere large libraries ac- ea*"alonew to the aristocracy of rank ly Autumn on I But they wer« guarded of the best ehi :>>t the masses by the double doors small seale. The "B rivilege and ignorance. A book 'Linnet" (after Croikshank) ns for a man mirable. There A read the alphabet; which are ; they were rare and hard two that are n incitement to mas- but they are nearly all i . steries. Made cheap and ies of the o :non, the m .;, in - must be oh a j the course of . jus, found in the pages of are really wonderfully ■ ™ of the tiraes * ni1 ,, ,, »1 cultuie b' .Mr. Prang ■ ma ■ yet pu nearly ready • bole nations; and dc- - ilimitable the little tirely silt; , , ' printer's i torts. It previ "HlGDllMA 1 at we think, and he Li 1. mo-li , ." •■ and unan- detracturs, — l! recent j art 1. nd.il in its ass . - l " ,n "gi", in- s been in eer- but le. they have pose of breaking the glo-sy light, an ;, :1 , ,„. is train- I the community how of softening the liinl OOtlinM which the picture receives from the Hon*, which imparts to it the resemblance °f » painting on canvass. Mr. Prang began his business in the humblest way, but has rapidly increased his eslabli-hment, until he now employs fifty workmen, — nearly B 'l of them artists and artizans of the °>o«t skillfull class,— and is prep.u in- to move into a larger building at onry. H e „. n presses; and his sales are enormous. Hi* cnta •°gue now en.bra -vs a large at °f Album Cards, about seventh °f twelve iu each set; a beautiful •fries of il! . '•Beatiti. •«d "Scriptoral Mottoes;" an so lst of our great men, and of meu not great ; of juveniles, notably, a Profu, e i y illustrated edition of Mother Hubbard ." and of half chro- l* like Harvard no skill can eve ,. . , , withont the <li-t i : i.ity of *n art. W enter into tin - . without satelites, and too from the world of the " « rt or a ,,a,! ue in the •riaphv eartainl . , u d in the homes of lb* any color that we hive had bpfore ; and i' title i .- a mea' by 1 1 A mos from the culture ot '"What the printing did for l! the : gragi the wealthier clasbi.o l.ad a w chromo-lith Itho* to dif- :t is art •atirs- s pew - ■ work f (h successive «■«, aa : i; OREAD, "HOME CIR^I !;flltl_V pub matter, mid lowt- • and illustratio", i - - • i> Kirrv TtT l< AD- vAsot i i f or lew I u me. ! v at pawl r »ulh"i qnveuwnt i ■ - i pi.bhcai. 'Jud» Education an.' Prof. I). . D.-tne BnCMtn vi I ■ _ ■ '.•, jY'S FRIEND F021 JAN- UARY, 1 «hed - - nl !■• d., I — ■ -<••»■ .,k 0. l: . . . who zv ' < si vosmri It is ■ I' Lncniijc ; I. - i — Tit, V. ■ ant Vol ■ --*. 1 > \ l',K I J.;k1m is' I . . ThelA.. How is RURAL NEW-YC «L"*AL, ' ..MiLY Wl VOL. XX. FOII It rLY ENLARGED a: The Tttiral Wew-Torker will . ■ ' ■ H TOL. from i I Lie »eeklv as to any o> ireag 30 ■.». . .■1 Im- P a j - '•If a Gk - lie knyg of our . of *■!,....« • h the euantri .: - : irmn, the market l ■ I Mr. A. ••rhromo-: of lh« oi not only ti.e | .5. in Mr ■ or.ler to ■mil wliat is more, a [ ■IftlBl • - b**t to educate ti, a we of what u 10x12 inches,) $5 00 5(>0 lem at tlie Art Storea, and M nre tent free, to sut ad- ' ilea, aaal of the rice. !," issued I na a eomi -, tire i'S, with special Mi- en toping anv address on re- »■»?. L niao & i Burton. or VOIi. \\. lor I uneii'.al and Aur- i end D»jrf Fruit ■*- Pear, IU, 1 1 rrrjr ; - n/4 - F HT°A hard lock to tiuf.io.en t c*pt in Chicago)— Wedlock. 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With Reinii of the Trotting Turf. no with lit ni tli ram Woodruff i . :>ie urn: "This ia a ■ I'ro- experi nee in L! ill like ii i on ihe sub- is a hook for which ever\ li I rrinti . fork. WAS I ar^eof the n. 1'i^r f. . ii irtLa at Mount Car- roll Si . Co., 111. I if ■ - - - — vj-). 15 MUrtTAI - ANNOUNCEMENT A V.. Daily. Tri-Weekly and Weekly. Another if the roc ind ► »nd a new year, with abun peace, pro- out to dawn upou our b U >. The Chicago Evening Jonrnal >.k to the : and ■_ a: li.- rea.l- loni; iv. •■U elect; the triumph of alio welf.i: nd our fiii . with Tear, '■'■ our i -•.»[. or mak « Tit ■ tioti • • - . one eitra I months, OH . ■ ■ I'll g World. The Largest, Cheapest, and Best. THE NEW YORK MERCURY - kiHp : llllt- ll'! ( <:.i!K- on either - will lie done. Iral Sketches, -. on ind a Week" g in Theat* - ai.ii the content* of tin- R for the coming iiiont appropria* <<*<l t' -«e* of America, hundied«o' la<lv- writer*, now baaooa, ii -l ■ of the poMte. n Utween la ami the ' t" their prodorticne a* are jive I hem I itical ■ Tiik N'kw fam- ,ii(l if It, it will nni. : tta fiif-- will ropy. ilu.il s our term« for lr»69 ■ - ■ ffire, v Mercury. \ ':' ' ■ Wltu have may "inili- ' 1m4 id all j ) era.- - 10or ill'i- tor wee* — Arl.l> 3»6 9tWa»h. MOUHT CA&&OLL -SEMIITAEY. rpUIS INSTITUTION • JL *a« Brat ot"ined und ti.i- | irewiit, it I] The Brat Term opened * the lnKtrtntinn hi '.f;« mud': )\ lli.-ri-:iM-d tile : proved, tbl Ti.e lnntitutioi ten miles from tln> Mississippi . tki i Cliirag.i, anu V. • the j.Idtc enay oi accusa. - «,ool i. (jBf.Gi.itT. From thnt time to ianro and the pr<wp«' ■ im- Cnrroll Conntr, 111 . 'Ho north or south, thus nuking BOARD OF INSTRUCTION'. . } CINDARELLA RY, f PrixciPALS. HEKRY SHIM i R Ktv. 0. K. C< Languages and hy. 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