ARKANSAS DEAF-MUTE 1HSTIT0TE, AVill n a replenished out o auc o Its T\vhiif,y«Nii»Mli Open October <5, 18O7 .The next session of Hie Arknnsnn Mute Institute will open -October '«; .IRH7. Within the lust live years this noble.school has doubled In size ft'ml Its wonderful gr.nwih nnd 8UOCC9H Is InrKcly due to ilic influence of the Press of the Stnte. Tlinnks to the Leglti- laturcs, representing us they lii«vo i that Clirlsttnn inagnnntmity which hna ever characterized characterized the good people ot Arkansas, ample provisions have been mude K'O that, ever.v nflllctod deaf child In the State can be ad- lilted and receive an education. ArKfimmf, ' determined long ago to legislate in favor f anil wot agftin8t;her ixlllieted classes, and 0 citlzitn can vlsit;her School "for the Ttllml, or Insane Aeylmn and lier Deaf-Mute Insti- ute without feeling pnnul of his State and iank.ful that he lives anumg a noble people, 1 a free and Christian bind. The-Arkansas Dcaf-Mutc IiiBtitutc is benii- Ifully situated upon an elevation overlooking he city of Ijltllf Rock, nnd nbont one mile vest of It. A healthier, better location could mrdly have been found in. the Stnte. Here delicate children become .strong and well, ind fataj alcknsa la seldom known among hem. A large gorps of experienced, i :cachers IB employed, and in the seiiool pupils are taught not only tlie regular branches of a A bought : No BII, art, IB, fav c >' ree school, liut nlso kindergarten, physical culture, sewing, drexa making work, housekeeping nnd such trades as print- »-.,in is his and it has her The her time the has Wo and Ing, shoeinnking, tailoring, cablnet-mixking, painting, fnrmlng, gardening plixstcrlng.'kalsojiiliiing, piiper^mnglng bricklaying, bricklaying, etc. ' j I perk-iiti'if physician and an eminent oculist and nnrls.t are umploycd onijually, also K'goqd dentist. (Jood, iieutrHIous 'food is furnished at all tin.cn nnd cftch child is provided provided with acosy Comfortable bed, the sleeping sleeping apartments being large, well-ventilated dormitories, \vhlch, as well us nil p|.lier roomy, are heated by steam. . . * ' AH this, together v.ith tuition and books, Is free to every dcnf child In the State, -of sound mind, able to dress and otherwise care for itself, between the age^ of all and twenty years. Dentistry, alone is excepted this being free only to the indigent. The State of Arkansas offers free education to every child wli bin her |)ordcrs and in order order that her indigent, amicted'chUirrcii inay not be In any respect cxceptcd everything that a kind- hearted, noble pcpi>ie_can do hus been done. Even' the clothing and traveling expenses are furnlse'ed free to those unable to_ defray tljem, when certified as Indigent- by the Comity Judges. The l stati', by this last' generous act, declares that no citizen of hers shall fail of a full .mul 'free opportunity to have his child educated. She cannot build a school at the door of every dcnf child in her Commonwealth, but she does ft better thing; by paying tlie traveling expellees of and fur-' nlBhlng clothing to the poor, she thus places the one grand Institution she has'erected, In eusy rench of all deserving admission therein. Cftn any omi conceive of a grander, nobler work? Who living in Arkansas is not proud of his Stnte and her public Institutions? You' who hnve dent children,.now is the opportunity offered which fully enables you to do your duty by them aticr.hive them emancipated emancipated from the darkest '•nigllt of Ignorance Into the blessed llylitot Christian education. Write at once for Application blnnks and any furtner Information desired. In cns« any of ,you know of one or\piorc deaf children In tho State, nirt in aciiot^, pl6ase kindly forward.to Fruiik B. Yates, Sftpcrlntendcnt, suchinfor- inatioii as Will enable him to reach thern. By doing. HO you will greatly, fnyor the mnn- ngenlent 01 the Inst4tute and the State* ofAr- .knfltias, and your services to the nffiicted children thus admitted to the school will be beyond thu power of anyone.to cstlniate. JiotcLArriyaJs.