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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL AVEDXES DAY, JULY 21, 18S6.
THE OLEOMA RG ARISE BILL
PASSED THE fcEXATE.
Amendments to the River and Har
bor BiU in the Howe-Reports
Washington, July 20. Route. Mr.
Ha'ch, Mo, liaing to a question of
privilege, went to the Clerk's desk
and had read extracts from Senator
InpalU's speech in the Senate, yester
day, on the oleomargarine bill, in
'which he characterized as a shameful
spectc'e, the support ol this measure
in the Houee under tin leadership of
the chairman of a ouimittae, himself
engaged in the dairy business, and up
on which be relied for support. Sen
ator iDpal'B 1bo charged that the
above named chairman had a personal
interest in the measure. "Mr.
Speaker," said Mr. Hatch, "every gen
tleman on the floor will agree with me
that reference to me as chairman of
the Committee on Agriculture of the
House of Representatives bv a Sena
tor in a discussion of a bill that passed
this House is in violation of every par
liamentary rule and in violation of
every manly ard decent instinct that
our tit to act late a member of either of
these houEes. The respect which
I have fcr this Hou3e and
its members alone deters me from
chsracteriz'ng th's attack as it ought
to be cbatacterizad. I desire to stale
that wben this gentleman connectsmy
name in the statement that I am per
sonally interested in the passage of the
oleoruarg trine bill, and that I derive
my support, or any part of it, from the
product of a herd of cows on my farm,
it is simply a complete and gratuitous
falsehood. There is no truth in it and
so foundation for it. As a farmer, I
am the owter of a little herd of Jersey
cows which I rake for the profit in the
increase. I would be proud of owning
a dairy tarm and being a dairy farmer
of Missouri. I wish I had the good
fortune tj have saved enough iu my
past life to be classed among the dairy
farmers of Mif snuri, but when the gen
tleman attempts to insinuate in my
abeecce and iu a forum where I have
no rights, that I have any more per
sonal interest in the pas j ago tf the
bill than the 10,000,000 farmers and
60,OCO,OCO consumers of butter in the
United State", be simply otters
a falsehood. And when the gentle
man goes further and says that I have
in any pat t of the discussion descended
into the arena of vulgar personality
and denunciation, he ut'.ets the great
est fa'saboad of his life, and that is the
hardest thing I can say about him. I
am not in the habit of descending to
vulgarities and personalities. I leave
them to flow from the mouth of the
Senator of Kantas that wombof slan
der and detraction."
A Senate bill wts passed authoriz
ing the construction cf bridges across
the Tennessee and Cumber'and livers
by the Ohio Vel'ey Railroad Company.
Mr. Willis Ky., from the Com
mittee on Rivers amlHarbors.reported
back the rivers and harbor appropria
tion bill with the recommendation
that the Senate amendments be non
concurred in ; but on a print oi order
raised by Mr. Hepburn la ,tbe bill
and amendments wore referred to the
Committee of the Whole.
Mr. Hewitt N. Y , from the Com
mittee on Ways and Mearjs, reputed
back a resolution requesting the Piesi
dent to communicate to the Honss
copies of any correspondence, repoits
or information relating to the prob
able advantage or disadvantages to
accrue to the United S ates by the
operations of the Reciprocity Commer
cial Convention between the United
States and Mexico. Adopted.
The House then went into Commit
tee of the Whole (Mr. Hatch Mo. in
the chair) on the Senate amendments
to the river and harbor bill.
Mr. Randall moved to amend by
Striking cut the Hennepin Canal
Mr. Cannon, Mr. Grosvenor, Mr.
Murphy, Mr. Springer and Mr. Hen
derson 111. briefly opposed the mo
tion, which was rejected 93 to 10'J.
Mr. Holman Ind. offered an
amendment having the effect of tak
ing the charge of the Mississippi river
improvement out of the hands of the
Mississippi River Commission. Lo3t
52 to 106.
Mr. ISajne Penn. expressed his as
tonishment that a member from New
York Bhould oppore an appropriation
for his State, lie did not know but
that this action was taken es a means
to relieve the President from the obli
gation which would be imposed on
him if the rlanse remained in the bill.
Mr. Hewitt said, in .view of the fact
that the great harbors had been
ruined by injudicious efforts at im
provement, he had been requeeted by
the Chamber of Commerce not to al
low this folly to be accomplished.
On Mr. Hewitt's motion the vote
stood 88 to 51, but the point of no
quorum being raieed, the committee
Mr. Morrison reported back the con
current resolution fixing Jnly 28th as
the day for final' adjournment, but,
pending action the House took a ra
cers till 8 o'clock, the evening section
to be for the consideration ot bridge
Tbe Chair presented resolutions of
the Constitutional Convention of Da
kota, praying for tbe admission of
South Dakota as a State, and for a
, Territorial government for North Da
kota. Referred to tbe Committee on
Senator Miller presented a memorial
, of the Evangelical Alliance of tbe
United States, referring to the recent
outrages and massacres perpetrated on
Chinamen on the Pacific coast, with a
letter from a branch of the alliance in
China setting forth the injurious
effects on the Americans and Chris
tians in tbe Chinese Empire. He thor
oughly indorsed the sentiments em
bodied in the memorial and letter.
The memorial was read in full and re
ferred to the Committee on Foreign
Senator Vest, in presenting a batch
of petitions purporting to have been
prepared under the auspices of the
Knights of Labor (in reference to rail
road land grants and other matters),
remarked tbat they bad come to bitn
(as tbey bad come for several weeks
past in large numbers to many other
Senators) from Mr. Ralph B.aumont,
chairman of the National Legislative
Committee of tbe Knights of Labor.
He had examined tbese petitions, and
found that be was not acquainted
with any of the parties, residents of
Missouri, whole tames purported to
be s:gned to these, and he was of tbe
opinion that the petitions bad been
presented by tbe same person. Ho
was confirmed in that opinion because
among the measures, the passage of
which was asked, was tbe bill to or
gaoiza the Territorial government for
Oklahoma. The chiefs of the Chero
kee. Creek and Chickasaw tribes had
corresponded with Mr. Powderly pro
tecting agamst sucn action by tbe
Knights of Labor, and bad been as
sured by Mr. Powderly that no such
action bad been authorized by the Ex
ecutive Boatd of the Knigl.ts nf Labor.
The correspondence wa, with the pe
titions, referred to tie Committee on
Senator Fuih waiving for the
present his notice that he would call
np the Payne election case, the Senate
at 11 :45 resumed consideration of tbe
oleomargarine bill, and was addressed
by Senator Brown in opposition to tbe
Senator Hawley spoke ia support
of the bill. Senator Evarts also
Sanator Ingalls addressed the Senate.
He said that toward tbe close cf tbe
debate yesterday, exasperatel by per
sonal allusions, in ended to b, offen
sive, he had made soma ot tervation,
which, on refl-ctioo, be was wrsaaded
had exceeded the limiti of propriety
in debate. He thea prcce led to ar
gue against the bill. He ttu jgbt the
whole subject was being .rested in
versely, beginning at the apex and
considering it downwards. The funda
mental question to be considered was
not whether the general government
pessessed the police power to inter
fere, through taxation or '.hervrise,
but whether oleomargarine a a pro
duct detrimental and injori us to tbe
general health and welfar . He a s
sumei that tbe mott latud aarian in
terpre'ation of tbe const itut on would
not claim tbat there was tny power
in tbe general government 1 3 prevent
fraud simply ss a fraud, 'i he funda
mental question was wbet. er or not
oleomargarine was a ia e, bealtb
fu', nutritious' ' food piiduct. If
it were, then cleomartrine had
exactly the same right to
ask a tax on bntter as butt- had to ask
a tax on oleomargarine. 1: it were a
healthy food product thei. this bill
was not a bill to tax, b i: bill to
spoliate. It was not a bill for revenue,
but a bill for confiscation and doetruc
tion. A German chemist ba j recently
discovered a means lor miking sac
charine from coal cil, of am h intense
sweetening power that a single tea
spocnful would change a barrel of
water into syrup. What (hould be
said of this discovery, by which (if all
that was said of it were true) the cane
sugar industry was to be upwoted and
Senator Hawley Sell it ss coal
Senator Ingalls That is very true,
but if it is to be pursued by the im
position of burdens (aa protosed by
this bill) Congress will be called npon
by the grocers and reflects oi suar to
declare that this saccharine is unsalu
tary and dangerous to tbe public
health and must not-, therefore, be
dermitted. He went on to sty tbat
be had read the testimony laken on
this subject before the Committee ,on
Agricultme and that if any c nfldence
were to bep'aced in human t stimony
oleomargarine was a healthful, nutri
tious and cheap food product. In the
whole volume there was not a parti
cle of evidence, exprcai or implied,
that by the consumption tf oleomar
garine one single human being bad
been injured in health. The discuss
sion was interrupted to permit Senator
Hale to report from the Committee on
Appropriations the general deficiency
bill; and he gave notice that unless
the sundry civil appropriation bill
were called np tomoriow Le would
ask to have the deficiency bill con
sidered. Senator Miller appealed to tbe
friends of the measure to see to it that
tbe bill should not be amended in any
particular, because at tbia stag of tbe
Session sny amendment might be fatal
to the bill.
Senator Ingalls moved to reduce the
lax from 5 cents a pound to 2 cents.
Agreed to yeas, 32 ; nays, 28.
San at or Ingalls moved to insert the
word "knowingly" in connection w.th
the tale of oleomargarine.
Senator Miller moved to lay the
amendment on the table. Rejected
yeas, 27; nays, 30.
Tbe amendment waa then adopted.
Senator Ingalls moved to amend the
sixth section by striking out the mini
mum penalty, beirg the words "less
tbsn $100," and the woids "le;s than
Senator Miller moved (o lay the
amendment on the table. Rejected
yeas, 28 ; nays, 33. The amendment
was then adopted.
The bill and amendments wera re
ported to the Senate, the first question
being on S nalor Ingalla's amendment
to reduce the tex oa oleomargarine
frcm 5 cents a pound to 2 cent?, and
it was adopted yeas, 34 ; nays, 28.
The remaining amendments were
adopted without questions, and the
bill, as amended, waa passed yeas,
37; nays, 24.
The eection as to penalty, as amend
ed, reads as follows: "Every person
who sells or offers for sale, or delivers
or offers to deliver, any oleomargarine
in any other form than in new wooden
or paper packages as above described,
or who packs in any package any oleo
margarine in any manner contrary to
law, or who falsely brands any pack
age or affixes a stamp on any package
denoting a less amount cf tax than
that required by law, shall be fined
for each oilenf e not more than $1000
and be imprisoned not more than two
Senator Miller moved that tbe Sen
ate insist on its amendments to the
bill and ask the House for a confer
ence. Agreed to.
Senator Allison called np the sun
dry civil appropriation bill.
Senator Pagh moved that tbe bill be
laid aside temporarily, and that the
report on the Payne election case be
Objection was made to Senator
Fugh's proposition, and Senator Lo
gan, in tbe colloquy tnat followed,
aiid he could not understand why
anybody should want to prevent this
matter coming before the Senate. He
was ready to meet the charges made
npon Senators npon legal grounds and
npon the evidence before the commit
tee. Then it would be seen whether
the law and tbe lules and the evi
dence did not sustain the position of
thoee Senators against whom charges
bad been made. ' He asked the gentle
men wbo desired a postponement (for
what reason 1 e did not know) to let
the case come before tbe Senate and
before the country. '
Senator Hoar asked why the Payne
case should not be taken np in its own
right, so as not to be dependent on the
objections of a single Senator.
Senator Allison said he bad moved
to take up the sundry civil bill
with the understanding and expecta
tion that it wonld be informally laid
aside, so ss to allow tbe Senator from
Illinois (Senator Logan) to address the
Senate. He did not object to this, if
the matter could be disposed of in a
Senator Pughsaid hs had a reasona
ble expectation that tbe Payne case
could be disposed of tomorrow.
Senator Hear remarked that at least
six of tbe nine members of the com
mittee desired to address the Senate.
Hesugie?ted that the three reports
(instead of beins read) be published
in The Record, and that a rectss be
taken till 8 o clock.
Tbat was ordered, and the Senate
took a recess till 8 o'clock this evening.
SalMcrlbe for the "Appeal."
ROBBED HIS EMPLOYERS.
A TRUSTED BOOKKEEPER DIS
APPEARS, Off IXG HIS
Firm About Ten Thousand Dollars
Short la His Accounts The
Kansas Train Wreckers.
PiTTsnrao. Pa., July 20. Samuel K.
Gay, the defaulting pension clerk, was
given a preliminary hearing before
United States Commissioner Ray, and
held in $4000 bail for final hearing to
morrow. Daniel C. Foote, the young
man arrested in Cleveland with Gay,
waa discharged, the evidence not im
Hobbery ana Araon In Sew York
Middletown, N. Y., July 20.
Lewis Dick, a farmer of the town of
Walkill, who resides just east of the
Shawangunk Mountain, recently was
paid S1300, which he kept in the
bouse. List night thieves entered,
drugged Dick and his wife and two
children, secured the money, set fire
to the house and fled. Fortunately
the neighbors saw the Mimes and suc
ceeded in extingoishing them. The
inmates of tbe house were speedily
restored to cmcioueness with the ex
ception of Dirk, who is in a precarious
condition. Wagon ttacks led from
Dirk's place toward the mountain.
Officers are in pursuit of the thieves.
Fled After Dwindling III Cretfltere.
Clinton, Mo., July 20. M. B. Btia
kirk, a dry goods merchant of this
city, has fled, taking with him all of
his available asets, amountirg to
about $4000, and leaving behind him
delta to tbe amount of $000.
Warrants Aualnnl the) Provident
St. Louis, Mo., July 20 Three of
the warrants swotn cut yesterday for
the arrest of the Pfoviuent Savings
Bank directors were served lust night,
and Messrs. Swan", S:o! t and Mullen
were arrested. Toey etch furnished
bond in tbe sum of $1090. The other
directors are absent from the city, but
upon their return they will be aneated.
Short in Hla Acconnla.
New Orleans, La., July 20 P. W.
Chase, Sheriff and Tax Collector of
Concordia vnrish, Li., is ;hort ia his
accounts $27,000. He has a very good
The Hanaas Train Wreekera.
Kassas City, Mo., July 20. The
s;x men under arrest at Wyandotte,
K.as., lor wrecking a Missouri i'acinc
train on April 10th, were brought be
fore Justice Wilson, of tbat place, to
day for preliminary examination. At
tbe instance of the defendants the
hearing was postponed until the 2i)th
instant, and the prisoners were re
manded to jail. No new developments
in the case today.
Bobbed Ilia Employers.
New Yobk, July 20. Douglass
Roome, for several years a tru-ted
bookkeeper of Wheelwright, Ander
son & Co , a dry goods commiesion
fitm of .Boston and .New l ork, bas
disappeared. He sent a letter to the
firm confessing that he had robbed
tbem of about $10,000. His letter
told when and in what sums he bad
taken the firm's money w ith all a book
keeper's accuracy of statement. It
told all tbe false entries made to con
ceal tbe peculations, and just how be
had managed to mix np accounts
without being detected by the firm on
the one band or by the customers on
tbe other. His peculations bad been
going on for two or three years.
The Truatoea Were Selected to Bep.
reeent the Slate, Not the
To tha Editor! of the Appeal :
Oxford, Miss , July 19. The Gov
ernota.of Mississippi do not sein to
have regarded their duty in appoint
ing trustees from a Baptist standpoint.
They seemed desirous of compliment
ing certa'n distinguished citizens of
the State, and it so happened there
were but few Baptists among tbem. It
is not claimed that they rejected Bap
tists as such, but that their claims as a
numeiical majority were ignored.
Now, if the Governors should be
guided by nnmbais only, let us inquire
where this principle would lead u a.
To secure intelligent action before ap
pointing trustees they should have
had a census taken of each denomina
tion and of each race. If each de
nomination bad tbe right to repre
sentation, each race had necessarily
tbe same rghta as cit'zsns, and we
should bavn bad a board selected as
well cf race as of religious opinion".
The majority denomination would
thereby be recognized aa the religion
of the State. If, then, the Baptists
had tbe majority they claimed theirs
would become the State religion. Sup
potted to that extent by the State and
their colored members (supposed to be
40,000 of tbe 05,000 c'aimed)
would of nect s-dty kave their rnembeis
in the Board cf Trns'ees. The only
tenable position is that citizens have
no rights based on religious convic
tion. Protestant, Romanist, Jew,
Turk or infidel stand all on a common
plane before tie law. The Governor
baa no right to make any distinction.
His only fnqu ry ought to be: Is he
competent? 1 i be efficient? Can be
promote the ntertst of the univer
sity? The gcernors have probably
Inadvertantly placed tbe institution in
the bands of a class of lawyers, and
have made a failure, but tbey have
been wise In t hut they have not se
lected trustees because of tbeir belief
or nnbelief in any religions dogmas.
As reference is frequently made to
the University of Virginia, tbe separa
tion between Church and State is
strictly defined there. The chaplain is
not a membe 0f the faculty, and is
chosen for his peisonal popularity, and
not because t s bolder the theological
ts.net! cf any denomination.
In the Dear Old Bay a.
We differ i i creed and politics, but
we are a unit 1 11 the same on the de
sirableness of fine head of hair. If
yon mourn thj loss of this blessing
and ornament, a bottle or two of
Parker's Hair Balsam will make you
look as yon did in the dear old days.
It la worth trying. The only standard
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The Mllwankee Naeaa;errat.
Milwaukee, Wis.,' July 20. Milwau
kee is rapidly filling np with strangers
who have been attracted hither by tbe
great National Saengerfoat, which be
gins tomoirow. The weather is cool
and delightfu', and everything poin's
to one of the most successful gather
ing? in the history of the North Ameri
can Saengerbund. Thework ol decor
ating the buildings in the business
poition of the city is H'.ill being vigor
ously prosscuted. The Reception Com
mittee has been busily engaged today
in receiving delegations from abroad.
At 11 o clock the Robert Blum and
Ce elia Maennerchors, of Allegheny,
Pa , put in their appearance, and were
escorted to their quarters at the Hall
of the Turn Verein Vorwats. The So
ciety Kiilunkranx, of New York, ar
rived on a special train at noon and
marched through the streets. They
are quartered at Schlitz Park. Other
sureties are expected tonight and to
moirow. Tbe railroads will be taxed
to their utmost capacity. The Chicago,
M lwaukee and St. Paul has received
advices from Chicago that tiOOO extra
passengers will come from that city
over their line tomorrow.
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NO. 856 AND 898 FHOXT STBEET, MEMPHIS TEJfN.,
STEWART BROTHERS & CO&MOT'
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MlillCIIANTS,
A, VACOARO & Co
WHOLESALE LIQUOR SEALERS,
THE PETERS & SAWRIE CO.
M. JONES, President. I. K. PKTKRH, Vlce-Preddent.
W. D. V. HAWRIE, Secretary and Treasurer.
(Nnroewanra 10 Pelrra;t Nawrlf ,)
MAMFACTUKEKS OF THE "MAGNOLIA BIUND "
3d 39 and 40
N. M. JONRS, JNO. K. HPKRO, I. V. PHTBRfl, OBO. ARNOLD, W, T. ?. BAWRlT I
D. Te POItTEBe
fl.ceeewri to FOKTEK, TA.TL0B ft CO.,
WO. 8fn PBOWT RTRF.F,T. t . WPWPPTP. TV-Vf.
Z. N. BSTEd.
Z. H. ESTES & CO.
(RTJCCEIiaORS TO ENTKH, DOAN 0.
Vl olesale Grocers and Cotton Faclors
Nos. II 1-2 and 13 Union Street, Memphis, Tenn.
nT- JF. BAILLIP,
PROPRIETOR or Til E-
FRENCH CHEMICAL WORKS
AMD MANUFACTURER OF ALL KINDS OF
FkYorliif Extracts, Sjrup, BaWinj Fondeni, Toilet Articles, Etc, Etc.
BO JevrToc-sBOia. Street.
Manufacturer's Agentg for
Daniel Pratt lloii Jlt
FEEDERS AND CONDENSERS,
SM I LEY, SMITH A l .
lrall lllpai llnllor Ulna, F
era and Gin Krpalrrre,
OS to 104 Poplar St., Meniphlt.
asrPratt Revolvini-llead Ulna Una
s' tqualod. Cjtock now .-.t.i' loei
- reduced. Correspondence ann orcieri
.' lolicited. Old (linn Repaired in First
a Order. All work guaranteed.
J illy, 1QOB.
117m !H EMS, JIWK SO, 1S,
Capital t a,ntw (Kl
Surplus - tltl
Profits (net li months) 3, Km no
Fund for taxes. uH 7A
Deposits UI,ZV 4.1
certify that we have examined the above
and find them all oorrect and satisfactory.
taruings of pa.t nix month., be credited to
.1. (1. II ANIIW KRKKR,
o. w. tomlin: wm. bknjks.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Main St., Memiihln.
Offer special Inducements in Open Rugglt
of our own make, at to Top buygiea
our own make, at 11241. All work wai
ranted. Call betore you buy.
asr Having disposed of our entire stock
Vehicles and the Manufacturing. Depart
ment to Messrs. TOMLIN A llKNJ hH, w,
bespeak for them a oontinuanoe of thi
patronage so long extended to oi.
CARRIAOR A IMHIlWAHK COMPANY.
AiilJxtltW l. UWYMNK tamv phlH
Jeflei - Mon 8trtet.
U. W. SfACBAE.
W. B. DOAN.
mna jsfe mtTl M JKilVm ra VRni
II ."KB tf 11 11 fi'BJ n r;
Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, Ootober 4, 1886.
Enrollment Ltt Term, 822.
A SCHOOL f.,r the develorment ot vigor
ous, thiitiKhtut, noble womanhood.
This result is reached by breadth and
thoroughness of Insirui'tlon and the awaken
ing ot imtient, eurne.it endeavor. A new
and commodious Imarding department h
Juflt been completed.
The department of dress making and mil
linery is added lor the rir.t time.
In the ahuence of the Principal, who Is la
Europe fir the summer, catalogues will be
furniihed on application to Mrs. K. P. Mor
ton, AilAms street, or they will be iounti
at any of the city hook storey.
tllVH.. MM II 4l.Ht WIMVU
J IMilMKHIUl IticKi nLKlaer
Poly oliiilc allliilo. Troy, "I. Y.
The oldest enslneerina school in America.
Next tarm begins September l: th. The Reg
ister for ISMti contaios a li.t ol the graduates
for the past HI years, with their pumtlone;
also, oourtte of .ttidy, rnouiretneute, ex
lienses.eto. Candid' to trrm a itnunce, or
those living In ilintant State, by aiwisi ex
aminations at their homes, or at sncii suoola
as they may be attending, may determine
the question ot admission without visiting
Troy. For register and full information, ad
dress DAV1U M. URKKNfc.', llirector.
MISS MAHV J. It.U.DWI.V, IBIX.
0eni 1st September, ISM. Closes June, 1C.
Unsurpassed locution, buildings, grounds,
appointment. Full corps teachers; unri
valed advantago in Mumo, Languages, Elo
cution, Art, ilook-Kccpitig, Physical Cul
ture, lloard, eto., with full I'ngli.ih Course,
SJftO per entire icMbn. Kor full partioa
ers apply lo princioal fio- catalogue.
THE sf.iTE FKMArtT tOLLKiK
WILL reopen Sept. 1:1, lssti. Located In
a healthful and dclightlul suburb. In
struction thorough, and according to tha
most approved euuoa'ional methods.
buperiorand trained specialists in the va
rious Departments ol Mimic, Art. Klocution,
Modern Lantungos, 8cionco, Classics and
For further ih rtlciars aoolv to
Mine AMI 1.1 i K K m A tin 11 A l
l.L Prln., i!l
No lol Hobi'son strce
Itolte (Jnuniiiar Scliool,
100 MiirNtiHll Airiinf,
"IALLTHRM OPKN8 Slip r 27th. Nun
i' ber ot pupils limiteii. There are tew
vacancies, ml those de Hiring te entor pupila
should make early application, either to tha
"Advisory Coin inlttce," or to It. M. HtlLFU,
Principal. Luko W. finlay, Dr. 1). .
Haumlcrs, Hon. K. Uau.uioed, Advisory
lilt. HA 1 Hh.Ml A II Yf
1S'(nIm 1nn HohI Southern
Home for liirln. 3ro (jirln thin your. A mm
KtSi'turiiin nnhool. Palnmlnoii tiy men of lib
era! inindu in nil nburchon . nnuriiiwifnU In
Mimio, Art HOil LatiHUi-ttrK. For (-atnioitu
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY,
0F MUBIC Boston, Mass. 1
THK LAROCSTand BEST EQUIPPED ntM
WORLD llNHiirtnii'tnr..'iftslil,.il,liirt yenr. Thof.
Oiigti lliMrut'tlxn III Vnr.lsitil Itiatrumrnl.l Mil.b1. Piano am
Oran 'I'linuig, Kill. An., Oratory , l.ltrniliirc, 1'r.nch, Our
niaa .ikI lull.n lin.u.t.' KiiriI.Ii llmtirlir. Ornin.rttc.
fo. 'Pultinn.gMo $ llibiiaritaiitlriiont wlfli Ni..in tli'.t.nt
lirttlc l,l.lit,Sl (;i,.rlrm. Full Term keglM H"
liiirHrw, IHW1. Fur IMu.lriililrtlelilr, with Pill Inftinu.tUm
aO.lt-.!, RJIU IUI-:!:, Dir., Kimu-lla IKWII'N. Mta
HUNTHVILLK, ALAR A MA. Thirty
seventh session begins WeilnemUy, tiep
trmbor 1, 1KMI. A desirable school lor your
daughters in all Depart in nts ol Female Rd
ucation. Supplied w th new Insirumenta.
Hue Apparatus, and a full Faculty. Charge!
reasonable. For ca'alogus and terms, apply
t0-A-,,4!si " l,vJ',.'.-?L.,!!!",ll,ent'
Virginia Military Institute,
I 8 In fall and sncoonful operat on a.i.l un
X plies its enlarged course ol ay alio
Instruction at a cost much el"W Hint ot in
stitutions of like grade In thle u umry For
PRANCIH II. SMITII.HuperinUi deat.
Jhejest Oa j
rniiucDPin rni i tec er -t i'.'-7.
tai bUHIIHLriblHL UULLLUL talaaMa, ap
lllgkrat llo.w 11.14 Mr4al r sit nil,.. 0ll.s.
Hi. W.rl.r. Klpallli, H,.l.m .( Hat .keoelaa n
(leaeral llu.l.. Ka. .U... Sooe Uraee.fe. I
In. liiillns Ttiltl.n, hiaUoh.i .ml a..ril, atmni ata. HkiiK.
I.Muk IUT..i.r. .U,,M. OiMt or rail WN.li.eM l.arM
UrftiU.U. il.arw.twa aMHM.
r alraului lifm W. It. "HI I II, f". I, llgU. Kj.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
ati:irKD I II , VIKUINIA.
The Slat Annnal Nraalnis Open Hp
letnhrr Id, INH6.
For catalogue or special Information, ap
ply to Hrllevu I', O,, Via.
W. B. A II HOT, PriTlpaJ.
St Mary's School,
Nn. SAll Poplar Hlreet.
NCNPIIIO, I I I I I TENNINIEE
A 110 A RDINO and Day Bchnol for Young
Ladles and Children, under the eharga
of the Misters ol 8t. Mary, oi the Knglish
Church. Number of puiilla limitid to IKI.
Net school inrin beain. H. ftlyinli. r itHh.
I) It. 1). H. JUILVSUX'S
No. 17 JeiTerMon Mrort,
(Dotween Mfiln and FmnD VCMi'UId.
IK-tiibiintieii Id W4).
D K.JO II NHON in arknnwleti.e'I bf nil par
ties luterente! at by fur the id out lie
ceMful phyiioian In the lreutinentir private
orienret Jiniinen, Quirk, permniiont eurefl
fuaranteed in every niwo, male or female.
Hanent cat-on of (ionnrrhnt and (Syphilii
cured in a f w diix without thn ure of mer
cury, cnanue of diet or hindrance from
buiineM. Kenondnry Syi bilia, the lint ves
tiveeradiouted withoutthe upe of mercury.
Involuntary Inwa of eiiirn atoietl In short a
tiinj. hutTerera from luipotanoy or 1 hi ol
leiual lowers restor e to lrie fWor in a fnw
wenka. VlntiniR of e-iihuiie and ei"optv
venery, aufforlng froiii itppriiiHtdri hea and
I dm of (ihyalral und metitul power, np(Adilr
and permanently ru-ud. 1'arllrular atttn
tloo paid to the bifeiire of V tumn, ant
rural vuartintoed. Pilau and old ourtd
without the uae of eauctioor the kin'e. Al
e-Dsultationi itrltly fnntt(loiim'. Me l--einei
Ren, by eiprew t' all purl it tbe
rWorhlnrniei eured at halt thr vnt.il
rated. Office lioure troiu H n'rl,.oh ;. to f
o'eloeh P.m. M. S. IOHN Sm V V .
new-paper, and estiiu i theeet i n i.
vertlilns. The adverilser who warn tusiM-ir
one dollar, Buds In it theinformntiou '
quires, while lor bim who will invest on
hut dred thousand dollars In advertieitia.
cbeo II, udioated which will moet hi
every r.i etnent, or ean be made to do it
by slight ohaniw easily arrived at by corn
spondence. One hut.drod and H(ti-IT
editions have been Issued Hent. po.ti'.m
to any address tor ten teni Aoply to i kC
P. ROWKLL CO., NKWSPAI I.
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pg Hons. Kouar. . New York
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--Imitations. Indispensable to I.
a ... your UrnKKlNt lor "I hlchr-lr'e
'nl and take nn othor. or inclose e
(stamps) to us for particulars m i.xttbr by
remrii mall. M PAPrK hi.
rkmer I hrmlrnl I'n..
a ilH niulUnn ai(iiare. si.HmiIhi ,
, I K4IIK supplied by KO. CHoilDWl!
viilmale Acan. B ), la.
UltlTCn AUUNTS.Wen and Woiesn,
II1L K " lu'roduction by Hi-. J H Via
eer.t, D.D. One agent h.M scH fi""'""9
ol 7 people; one 7) in e e ol iiH ot
new agent 86 In 10 day. s eoe.
sire weeks i one ill In 3 day tw .lif-ren
times. Experience nMneoaw rv A i-eia
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