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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY; AUGUST 8. 1886,
the mmm all h.
COIX-EL FOR THE DEFENSE LI
THE TRIAL OF
Tbe Cfalcar AnrehlU Close Their
Case The Man M ho Saw the
Cbicaoo, III.. Angast 7. There
was another crush of spectators pres
ent at the resumption ol the trial of
thfl f na-cliiBtp. b fore .Ttuk-o Gary ti
day. It wan ir.t'nutrd Unt the ilo
iev.m woulil close their tvitimony th s
af'prnoon, hut this could not aintod
with any (Injirne ol ctltaintv. Tnin
would contemplate tint nori of tlio
icmaiDii'K deftndnnw wcu'd ho p'aved
on the w.tneu 6tai.il tl give tcs i
was railed to the stand again, and wai
questioned by Mr. toster, of the tie
unso. loeatioii--Do you know Detective
Bonfleld? Answer Vea (in a low
Qius, Did you state to lihu that
you ran ihrouah Crane'a alley? Ans.
No, sir; I never etited to bim or to
Ques. You say you were born in
England? Ans. Yes, sir.
Ques. How old were you when you
came to America? Ans. Twenty-one
tines. When did you become a
socialist? Ana. In;ib74.
Qns. When did you berime an
anarchist? Ans. Well, about te
Qui. How long have you be
lieved in overturning the present gov
ernment by fores' Aus. I do not
know as I have ever believed In
changing Die present government by
force, f have LtilittveJ that in the
nntur of thing, the government
would luv'o to be changed by force.
'iioa. How lung have you prdadiod
The ((iiestion was objected to and
(Jwh. Did you evirknow of any
English (eaking group except the
American group? Ans. No.
Ques. You nave delivered social
istic and anarchistic speeches during
the pert four years? Ans. I have
made many speeches, but not always
of a socialistic and anarchistic ten
dency, borne' were from a strictly
Ques. Whre wore those speeches
delivered? Ans On the lake front,
on the Market r-quare and at Oriel 'a
Ques. Were you a stockholder In
the Alarm t Aus. 1 believe I bad two
dollars' worth of stock.
Ques. Did you take part in its man
Capt. Black lindo objection. Tbe
objection wax overruled.
Capt. lllack rnee and Baid : "I think
1 will advise the witness" aud thou
Then consulting with bis brotLer
attorneys, he mod lied his remnrk and
took an exception. ".
The witnes said he wits burned ft
one of the perrone to whom commit
cations could be aildrunoJ m to the
management of the ptt'nr. Ho Baid
be read tome of the tifln "ai'lions from
the Frrihtil printed iii-tu Alarm.
The witnoHs m,id he went to the of'
lice of the ArheiU r titling on t'ne even'
iuir. of May 4 li, nr.ivhig rtieu ten min'
utuB before 8 o clock. He fii'd there
were two ve or tifieen immbtiH of the
American Group promiit. He raid
they remained there until nearly !
o'clock, when JlaltbniiHur Kan nperl-
eil thai lliere wan a large mooting at
the hay market, and Unit Hprakcra
were needtd. iho witneHB Bind lie
went to tho Dueling witli I'tumim an. I
a man named Schneider. He wild
Schwab left for tbe bay market prior
to that time. The witnof s said be did
not wish to speak nt the bay market,
and only did bo through the interced
ing of Spies.
l'ortiouB of Fielden's speech at the
bay market were read to bim.
lie eaid he could not remember ex
act words. When it came to the lan
guage to "throttle the law" be said he
thought he uttered it. When the por
tion about tho McUoimick trouhloand
that tbe law was only on tho side of
McCorniit k, be replied that bethought
ho did speak in thai strain. The lan
guage was qii'jted to him, ''I have
somo resistance in uw; you should
reeiBt." Ho could not remember thnt
he did uae these words. When the
language was read, "The oocialieta did
not intend to declare war war has
been declared," U Mowed by a declara
tion that tho fight would be waged
from now on to the cud with tho au
thorities of the law, he said that ho
could not lemembcr Jliut tie did uae
Tbe witness Biiiil he waa walking or
beginning to walk aWnV when struck,
'by a bullet.
He was asked if ho had read certain
articles in the Alarm about dynamile
.and its use. He replied that he could
not remember whether be had or not.
The wiUiess said he did not regard
his hay market speech as incendiary.
He declaied that lie certainly did not
incite any one that night to any spe
cific overt ait. He niaio a general at
tack ou tbe piccnt social system.
Certain pi opln might regard that as
incendiary, whi'e others would not.
Herald he disired to keep out of the
way of the police that night Ik cans
be knew that they would arrest all
persona con net ted with the meeting
to find out who was tbe guilty peimu.
On the redirect ex? mltiut on, l' luldeii
declared that in hi" speech be Baid
that Washington, JeH'craon and John
liioftn bad occupied tho sams prsitioo
toward abuses of government that the
. socialists did toward tbe present social
system. In urging workiugrnen to or
ganize, he only contemplated that
they would be able by this means to
obtain a greater share ol tbe products
of their countiy. a more even division
of the fruits of labor. He had no
knowledge that sny immediate vio
lence would be employed. He had no
intimation that a dyuamite bomb
wcu'd ba thrown.
Tbe Slat's Attorney did not pure tie
tbe crow examiiiktiou and Field n left
testified that ho was called on tbe
nigtit of May 4 h tj drrsi a bullet
wound sustained by Henry Spies.
This wes to show that the latter was
shot at tbe bay market. Young Hpis
bad given testimony leading t l excul
pate hid brother, August H,,ie", of tho
crime of lighting the bomb. He had
forrxerly te.'t fled tint be was not at
tho t-eymn-ket and st the preeent
trial ea;d he wis on the wsgon villi
his brother at tLo hay marki t. Henry
Spies rg -.in t-ot the (tindgud testified
that hu sie uined tho hu lit woui d in
strikirg down a revolver aimed by
fomo one ft hia I ro he. He could
not ety wheiher it was a j olicomau or
nt t who flr.d the slot.
wlio tfs ifled for lb Hie, was railed
by tin ilefer.se. He ra'd thtt he Has
at Zejtf 'r Hill ou the liigU of May .'Id.
Tie said Liotg was present, and, as far
as tbe witness knew, was there during
tbe entire meeting. The meeting con
tinued from 8 until 11 o'clock.
On tbe cross examination he said
there was 800 or 1000 persona present,
and that tbe people were coming and
going all tbe time.
The witners was refilled in an effort
to show that Llngg was not preeent at
the eo cilled conspiracy meeting and
the tame night at No. 64 West Lake
street near Zapf Hall. Jacob Sher
man said be was present at the meet
ins in Zcpf'fl Hall and saw Lingg
there dnrirg the meeting.
Fielden was recalled and ssked if at
fie ciiorer's iuijiH'-t moiling ws
s iJ id out 1 i) fl ing at iho police. Oh
jee (d to and disallowed.
Mn Ntehe, wife of one of iho do
fiimln t-, was called but her t jstimny
wi-HO j c ed t'j and si c was excused.
Hiv: rich Liuneir.eyer, the calci
ini.-.er, was calloil aad shown Ihe dy
nmnit f hi ml in the ArbcilT ZcHuitg
ollii and eaid he did not see it when
he b art hoi the closet in thatollice on
the morning of May 5th.
The afternoon proceedings com
menced wilh tbe examination of Jos
eph Bach, a eocialist, who was preeent
at the meeting held in the Arbriler
eitung office just prior to the bay
market demonstration. The point of
bis testimony was its corroboration of
that of other witnesses to tbe effect
that f-'chwab accepted an invitation to
speak at a meeting of the employes of
tbe Deering Haiveter Company, and
was at tbe bay market. He was pros
ent at tbe hay market meeting, and
saw Henry fcipie, brother of tbe de
fendant, there. The remainder of bis
testimony was a repetition of that of
other eye wi'neBtes of the riot who
have testified for the deiense.
"Cro's examination by Mr. Grin
null: "How long have von been con
nected wi;h the Alarm?
"I have nothing t) do with the
"Hut you aro one of the Bureau of
Information advertised in the
"That may be."
"Yes or no "
"And you are interacted in the Ar
"That may be."
"In what way?"
At this stage of the cross examina
tion tbe witnaas bad lo t much of tbe
cslm h n ranee which he had at fist
maintained, and waa caught napping
as to one or two minor dutai's in his di
The Court here announced that be
bad found an authority for bis deci
sion given this morning excluding the
testimony of Mrs. Neebe, wife of the
The Huproiue Court decis'on was
read and tbe defense called Max
Mitchar to the stand.
He said he attended the bay market
mcc'ing will his brother-in-law, liuch,
tbe preceding witness, whose testi
mony he corroborated.
8. T. Ingram raid soma one bunded
him a circular early in the evening of
May 4th, from wbicb lie learned there
was a maw meeting at the bay mar
ket, lie went home t.i supper and
huived nt the hay market uu.iut tli9
t i mo Spies culled the meeting to order.
Hu occupied a p ieithin clcst rnoiigh
to hear w lint ws Slid from the spak
er.i'wegin. When 1'arFons had fin
ished speaking and it was undurstnr d
that the meeting was to iiljoimit)
Xopf'8 1UH, the witiuas went with
others to that place and in tho million
adjoining the bull siw I'm sons and
Fischer. Kiiidii'.g there was to be no
si e:iking at tho hall ho returned ti
the hay matkot and heird the latter
Mirt of FicldHii'fl eperch. He saw
Fielden alight from the wngon end
heard the bomb explode. Ho said
Fielden did not do any shooting. Al
though be left the vioinity as rapidly
as he could, ho uotlcod that the tiring
all seemed to come from the police.
The witness produced the circular
which be swore had been handed him
onthoBtreet. It was one rf thoee
from which the words " Workingmon,
arm y ourselves nnd appear in lorce
had been omitted.
This is tho only circular of that kind
that has boon preserved since the hay
market ri it by a witness who was
present at tho meeting.
Tbe State presented as evidence a
lot of circulars taken from the Arbeitrr
Zcitung ollice from which the words
mentioned bad been expunged, and
the defonne has presented a number of
the revised ones, but till now no one
of them bud been traced to the hands
of an eye witarss of tbe riot who had
received it from a distribution. The
point was a surprise to the Htate and
every one clue, and was explained in
the crjs examination conducted by
"How long have yon known Mr.
Sa'omon, a torney for the defense?"
ADont null an hour,"
"llaif a i h nil ?"
"How came vuii to meet bim half an
hour ago for Mm first lime?"
"1 culled at his office an hour or so
ego, and was brought here by someone
in the ollice."
Why did you wish to soe Mr. Salo
'To ehow him this circular. I had
read in the iiaoers nboiit the kind cf
circulars presumed in court, and dis
covering that miiio, which I etill had
in my p n k.it, was unlike those pre
bi ntml by tho State, I thought I might
give tome testimony which had n't
yet hciii drawu out in relation to the
circulars which were distributed."
Tho witnees contradicted himself on
one or two immaterial points relating
to tbe succession of speakers at the
hay market, etc., but in the main his
story seemed ti be told simply and
Tbe audience and even Mrs. Tar
sons f miled when Mr. Zoisler asked
the next witness his opiulon regarding
tho repu'ation of Harry L. Gilmer for
truth ar.d veracity. Tbe witness said
be knew Oilmer (our years ago, and
like the dor.sn or other witnesses
called to tes'ily on this point, gave no
illustration or explanation of bow be
came by bis opinion.
The Utate ignored the testimony of
the question or two as to the witness's
place of residence.
Capt. Black announced that tbe de
fense desired to paitly examine one
more witness, when it would ask the
court to adjourn until Mondajr morn
ing. Constantly thero was a flutter of ex
citement among the spectators, who
took this to mean that another of ths
defe ndanta wes to be placed upon tbe
stand. Tbe aporiaton were disap
pointed, however, for the name called
was not Spies or Schwab, but John
liuroctt, an ordinary lookir g young
(ionnau, who raid be was a candy
maker. He was standing thirty-eight
fret sjuth of the mouth ol Crane s alley
on the hay market w ben the bomb ex
ploded. Tbe Rate's attorneys pricked up
thi ir oiri ht once.
"Did yru tee the bomb thrown?"
"Dilyonseo the man who thiew
"How did he throw the bomb?
Btand np and show tbe jury how be
did it." . .. r ..... -
Tbe witnees itocd np and went
through tbe motion of throwing ome
thing into tbe air, with his right hand
to tbe northwest.
The witness was then giren a pic
ture ot eccnaoiieit.
"Is that the man you saw throw the
"I don't tbink it is."
Tbe cross examination was devoted
to a comparison of the witness pres
ent statement with those he made to
the Stale's Attorney on May 7th
Sire thnt time the witnees bed vi?-
i'cd ths scene tvf the liot ei d tiken
m HHuroiiK nt i if the eiiaa iceK !;e-
iweaa toe entrance to ihotdlcy and
win re) ha etood aid whero the bomb
thrower stood. He had them care'
fully on'cred in a note book, end vro
s neariy 'ha sains as those given the
Suite's Attorney as could ) expected,
taking in o rousideration thtst tbe
night was e'ark and witness's memory
unaided The S a'e has claimed that
tho bomb wss thrown from very near
tba entrance to the alley. liurnet's
te-t'moay makes tbe ipjt further
siutb by nearly thirty feet.
The cress examination was con
eluded somewhat dramatically by the
State's Attorney, es follows, after
wbich the court adjourned till Mon
''What did you do when the bomb
"I went away."
"Because I didn't wieh to be killed.'
"Yon say yon saw the bomb ox
"Did you know it was a bomb?"
"Ycu mjy go."
Tlio Sew Uarnui.
KAKKINGTON. STEWART k WHITE,
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rwapnifr Chainaa at Indlnniipolla.
Indianapolih, Ind , August 7. The
Indianapolis Journal Newspaper Pub
lishing Company wes iucirporatod to
d y. It absorb tbe Timr. of this city,
which will be discontinued after to
morrow. The company consists of
John C. New, Harry S. New and Oli
ver T.Moiton. Mr. John O. Now re
mains the general manager of the
Journal, but there will be no change
in its name, character or management.
Annthrr Nlriko itt )LaincutHlr, Pa,
Lancaktib, Pa,, Angnat 7. Tbe
heaters of the Columbia Hilling Mill
today joinod the puddlers in their
stiike for Philadelphia prices, and
work has been entire'y suspended
there. Tbe cbancrs are that there
will be a long strike.
It ruth Npaieneew UnmoM,
Ralxhih, N. C, August 7. Gov.
Scals tjday commuted the sentence
of William Uooch and James Smitb,
of Italeigb, to imprisonment for twen
ty years. They were under sentence
tubs banged September 11th for the
murder of John A. Cheatham, of this
Nra Mnnlrrrr Han;rl.
CnRi.oK, 8. 0, AitRtift 7. Ed
wnrd Bvnidy, color-3!!, w8 hurged at
Sp.ir Riibnri yeftonUy for the ntnrder
ol Annio llickuiAD, it March, ltS5.
m mm empire.
SOCIiLIfcM THE PBOMINENTtUB
JECT OF DISCCS8I0X.
A Sadleal Change in tbe Educational
System The Paris Exhibition
The tJasteln Interview.
Bbblin. Augost 7. The sentences
pronounced on tbe STcialiit depu'ies
li' in a dominant mhject of ex ited
disauKsion t - r.,niibout Cicrmaoy. W.th
tbe exception of tlie Cierical ai,d Con
Sfrvative cewspap rj, all condemn tbo
verd ct.and even lie Comervaiiva pa
peisalmit tbera is danger thnt ihi
vi-rd ct is an a'tack npnn tbe rights of
political esoc'a ionsaput Irom t-ocia!-ibt
organizations Tbe National Lib
eral papers point ont that the effect
of the judgment will he to crtablisb as
an axiom law that a political party
supported by over one million electors
can be treated as a secret eociety. Tbe
prosecution, tbe papers say, failed to
establish a single proof tDat tbe ac
cused belonged to a secret society
Tbey were virtually adjudged becicss
they were protested adherents of tbe
socia'ist party. A movement is on foot
to raise funds to pay tbe costs of the
trial of the convicted deputies. The
polics of Berlin do not relax
the severity of the eocialitt hunt. No
public reunion of workmen, even un
der a police permit, is allowed a free
dircussion. For instance, a meeting
of cartwiights, after disposing of the
society a business, ducosed the pro'
gramme for a trade fet. One rpeaker
advocated the holding of tbe fete on a
isunilay, tnat Doing "the omy day suit
aoie lor persons not born with a gol
spoon in the mouth." Tbe Commis
sarycf Police held that the me of
this phrise was an iniraction of the
law, and lie dissolved the meeting.
Iho Liberrl Tress ridicules this a.t'nn
on the part if tbe CommiBsary, but
me po ice perti?t in tneir course.
HfiRR VON OOSJiLKB,
Truesian Minister of Public Worsliip
nnd Irjstruclton, has ordored that pri'
vate schools in Prussia shall hence
fort only be allowed in places where
the public instruction of children of
the legal school age is insufficient.
This measure will tend to suppress tbe
whole system of private education ex
cept in regud to domett. c tutors and
governe ses. Under tho new ednca
t'on scteverv tutor must ha reirinlnmd
as a MPglaed des Hauslandes, member
ol the household, and every private
te?.cher will require la certificate of
professional scientific competence,
Thet?achets themselves approve the
system. Xbe 1'oPsh commutes in
roren are resisting the eovernmont's
lntertereoce with the schools. The
municipal authorities of L'eja and
Kogastm were ottered and a cram to
establish an interior school fcr girli,
but they refused to accent the cram
on the ground that such schools were
net wanted, ai thesa already existing
were sutneent. (.itnera oppose the
g.ivomuimit by simple inertia, thus
thwar.inu the government s plani for
the Germanizing of Poland.
UK Hit VON HKNNIOeKN'a OBGAN,
the National Lihmil Vorrimcmdenre. dis
cussing the eubject t f Gorman indus
trial representation at the Pris Exhi
bition in 18S9, Bays: "If the Fiei;cli
Onvevnmnit is strong enough to pro
vent hostile demonstrations against
Oeruian exhibitors nnd visitors, Ger
man maniifctuieis will not besiiateto
send exhibits. The anatigeuient niny
depend on Frency dinlomacy. If
Franco can pori-uadu tlie German G v
ertiment to aaent, Itusaia aud Austria
will not hesitate to follow."
AI'ABT FROM TUB IlltlDKUlSItU .lUDIl.UK
The paper.i are tilled with stories of
the Gnstem interviews. Every move
ment of Emperor Wil'temnnd Prince
Bismarck is noted, In is recorded
that Bismarck, accompanied by his
dogs, takes his usual wh k'ng exercise,
wbeibor the weaihir I o damp cr
rainy, without overcoat or umbrella,
heedless of the rain sttoamit g down
on bis black suit. Ho a knowledges
all Balntes. raising hij lu. jjst as lie
would in fair weatbor. The following
incldont is mentioned: Emperor
William, while at Ems, met tbe young
ladies of the school on the prome
nade. Tbe girls lined each foot of
tbe walk, and the Empetor stopped
and etiattei with them, lie singled
out three English girls, and conversed
with them about his own EDglieh
daughter-in law. The girl, who were
charmed by his affability, clubbed
together and sent liim a bouquet,
through an aid-de-enmp, as a graceful
acknowledgment of his courtesy.
Progress is being made in military
ha'lootiirg. Muliolliceis are being
trained in ha'lnon steering, nnd two
sergeants have been awarded cert fl
catr s of efficiency in tbe raanngenu nt
of ball'flrjr e..
The memoirs of Abhe Liit are full
of piquant details written by himtelf.
They will be published coon under the
title of "My Life."
The Hired Car Trouble at Kaunas
Kansas Citv, Mo, August 7. As
fortshadowed yesterday the cityau
thontres ere touay stoppirg etreut car
travel in attempt to enforce payment
of the delinquent license tax on (treat
card. About sixty cars have been
s'opped since 11 o'clock today on five
lines and tbe drive's arrested. These
lines ate all the properly of the Metro
politan Railway Company, which re
cently bought out the Corrigan Con
solidated Company. The back tax in
question, 15U0, has not been paid
and is contested by the new company.
A new case will be beard next Tues
day. Meanwhile tbe public are anx
iously inquiring when obstructed
tratliowill resume. The Mayor says
the cars cannot start until the tax is
paid. The street car company of
ficials say delay only Increases the
city's liability in the way of damages.
A temporary Nstrainmg order was
issued lato this afternoon by Judge
8!over enjoining the authorities from
interfering with streetcar travel, and
it was accordingly resumed. Tbe or
der was made returnable tbe ltitb in
stant. Tbe present demand of tlie
city, it appears, is not for the old tax,
but fcr license from July let, when the
new company assumed control. The
latter oltielals maintain that under a
recent ordinance they need not pay
until January next.
' On eooant of other em acemenU re
quiring my entire personal attention! I!bave
oonoluJod toauit the meroantlle part ot my
bnalneaa, end now Tar my entire stock of
for sale. Will rent or lease to purchaser, f
deilred, my two-story iron-front building
containing stock, on reasonable terms. Ans
one wlahing to go Into business can secure a
banraln by oaJllng on K. K K.
JulyMSW. GRENADA, MISS.
VAFOLEOI BILL, PresMeaU W. IT. W1LKEKS05, Tlce-xresle
' , H. J. LTNJ, Cashier.
nnnrnrahin flitTr Hinn 0 11
liJn n h i n ti Ci linll MIIS 1,11
:boes a several
A QUARTER OF A MILLION
Office 10 MailUon Street, Tecaphls, Venn
209 MAIN STREET,
WOODRUFF S OLIVER,
Falmer.ThorntoB & Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocer
No, 306 Front street, j fffeni pitta. Twh
M. 0. PEARCB.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'is,
No. 216 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
foltoa Witribaaar Km 88 ajiitH), I'ntsa Btrarl
PLEDGE BROS., of Como, Misg.
lies. 356 and 358 Trout Street J&emnhfa Tann.
P. B, ALHTOlff,
JEa W. CBOWELL,
ALSTON, CHOWELL & 60,
lad Commlislen Kerebaats. Hav, Cora Oato,Braa, Chop Feed. OIl-MeaL
Liar, Cement, Plaster, Balldlng and Fire Brick, Etc
Cor. Front and Union. 1
HILL, FONTAINE I GO.
Cotton Factors and
300-20S Front St., Memphia, Tenn.
Cotton Factors, Commission ierchank
KELLY, ROPER & EEILLY.
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
So. 303 Main Htreet, Oarana Block.
Sieeeuors U POSTER, TAYLOB A CO.,
VO. tOO mOBTT STREET. t MEKFHIR. TENN
LARGEST BREWERY IN AMERICA.
Jos, Schlitz Brewing Gompanv,
QEMFHIS BRANCH, Depot aad Ieaa.c,er..ali4ln A Aaalt
8. ROESCHXR. Agent, aiemnhia, Tann.
Okaj 1st laaa. , Il.rrls ... ir imphli Braneh, l0,tO Bu
(SCGCEHSORS TO BIACniJt 4k JIORTON)
Old Stand,:No. OIUuiouISiMcmDhis.
DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
WM. I. COLf , JAM3 EEILLT. JOH!T LOAQCI
uibimi fT . U, HJSiHKIjl,.
a. w. tomus: WMTltrSrhZ
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomli!i h Denies,
179 Main St., Memphis.
Offer iraetal indncementi In Open Baertt
of oar own make, at ; lop buvaiea
onr own make, at 1120. All work wai
ranted. Call beiore 70a buy.
Mr Havint diaraed of oar entire ttoek
Vehicle! and tLe Manufacturing Depart
pent to Meaari. TOMU.N A BKNJtS, w,
beapeak for them a continuance of thi
patronage bo lona extended to ua.
CAWBTAftK k HARDWARB C( IMP A NT.
wllb a fnll aaaort
t : MEMPHIS, TENN.
JOHN L. MoCLELLAN.
F. M. KOEFLEET, Eegldcnt Partner.
lti'-t of it rlncc m tlie Sitntli. I'rt'nurcH for ItiiinpfiB or IfmlinK Tot'h
ni-iil S IiihjIh himI l iiinTMitier. Liimt'tl imiiiiIkt nt Luhi tlfis, witt
Sprrial A1 vHiitiitfCf. Kur t'iiinlnoit' witli n-fi rcnrcs, Ar., hI1 n-st
U'. N. MrlM)N AI I, Mfi-tt-rol Artu, I'nlviTnitv of Vu., i l-plnHpala,
A. I,. McDONA (imduatf Wn-li. .V !.. 1'nivtTHity, J Luahlllf, k
XI. H, If ACHY.
Howard Row. Memphis.
U. W. HACBAE.
H.-ttS tL l.l Mfl'fi.? l fii
The Higbee School
Education of Young Ladies,
Beale, Lauderdale and Jessamine Bts..
Incorporated wlita Collrslate Prlr.
AN INSTITrTION OP HIGH 'REPUTK
Fall Term Opens Mouday. Sept. 20,
w-Thorouh Ensliah end Clati-nl Course.
Modern Languages by Foreinn leacbera.
Book-keepinif, tiLort-hand and Uyie
fcobooli ol Art, MuMnand Elocution noted
for execution! ady.utiiRea.
Special students received in every depart
ment. A. new and elegant building will be cr cted
during the summer and tall, whrein will be
lurnisbcd a spaoious fludr hall, large pri
mary icbool-roouia, cla(-rooun, laboratory,
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which,
with the elegant man-ion used lor boarding
pupils and the wooded pleasure grounda,
will form one ot the molt oomplele school
foundations in the South.
Catalogues ready August 4th.
For information add rem
MISS JENNY M. HIGBEE, Principal,
CJara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1886.
.Enrollment Lt Term, 822.
ASCHO"L for ihe ilcvelopmert of vlgor
... out, though u . nohl. womanhood.
Ihls remit ia reached by breadth and
thoroughneas of instruction and .heawaken
mg ot patient, earceat endeavor. A new
and eommodioua boarding department h
just been completed.
The department of dressmaking and mil
linery is added for tbe r.rst time.
In the absence of the Principal who is in
Europe f; r the summer, catnlogues will be
furnished on application to Mra. k. P. Mo'
ton, 223 Adams street, or they will be found
m Buy oi tup city oooa aiorei1.
IP E M A LE SEM I K Y
MISS MAKT J. DALD1VIN, PRIJi.
Opens 1st September, 1881. Closes Jnne, 1887.
Unsurpassed location, buildingSi grounds,
appointments. Full corps teachers; unri
valed advantages in Mumo, Languagea, Elo
cution, Art, Book-Keening, Phyiical Cul
ture. -Board, etc, with full English Course,
8 J0O ,tr entire resaioii. For full particu
ars onnly to principal for catalogue.
THK SI ATE FF.MALK COLLrfJE
TITILIi renre n Pent. IS. 1R8A.
VV a healthful and delightful suburb.
struction thorougb, and according to the
moai approved euuoanoijal methoda.
Superior and trained speoialista in the va-
riojs Departments ot Music, Art. Elocution,
Modern lianguages, Science, Classics and
For further particn'ars apply te
MiSSMOLUK IS. MARSHALL Prin.,
No. 101 Tlobeaon street. Memphis.
Jill ATS VILL.E
HUNTSVILLE, ALABAMA. Thirty
seventh session begins Wednesday, Sep
tember 1, 1886. A desirable sohool ftr your
daughters in all Depart m nts ot Femalo Ed
ucation. Supplied w th new Instruments,
fine Apparatus, and a full Faculty. Charges
reasonable. For catalogues and terms, apply
to A.B JONES, l).l.. LL.D., President.
NBA It CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA.
For Boys and Younir Men. Sond tor catalogue
JOHN K. SAMPSON. A.M., Hrincipal.
Kbv. EUHAR WOODS, Ph. I)., Associate.
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY
0F MUSIC Boston, Mass.
THE LARCCST.nd rFST rnillPPPD Intb.
WORLD lilInflnictor.'Ji.iWiiii'nt lot vcar. Tho-
oiieIi Iiistruotloiiln Vocnlaiul Inetruinfiit.l Muio. Piano an.
Or'.'anTiinilip. 1'ine Art,, Oratory, Literature, I rriicli, (ipr
mau .nrl Italian Laogfiattea. EngliKh Uram hi'a.livD'nBi'tica
etc. Tuition, 8.'toiJt;boar(lauilr.rf)niMittiSti'ain ll"atani
Electric I.irfht,JM3to$7.'.pertorm. pall Term IwiTilll Sep.
tenitieril, li. For IlliiolrateU I'alfnilar, wilh lull itil'oniiatiim
addrcaa. E. TOI'IUI.K. Dir., Franklin b.., BIIK'l'tlN, Maw
HopkiusTille High M'liool.
THE fourteenth scholattio year of this well
established, limited, select school for
boys and y, ungmon will begin MONDAY,
August 30, lSSIi. Instruction is given in a
full course of English, Latin, Orcck. Ger
man Higher Mathaniatica and PoitlrlioM, inr
Thorough toachingand strict discipline char
acterise the school.
Terms for Session of 40 Weeks Tuition,
tfoOj Tuition and Board, 8225 Boarding pu
ivls are requiradto board in the family of the
Principal, For furthor information addresa
J. 0. FERRLLL. Hopkinsville, Ky.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
BEDFORD I'll , VIRGINIA.
Ihe 21nt Annnnl Ntmastnn Opens Ses
icinber IS, IHHH.
For catalogue or speoial information, ap
ply to Hellevue r. o V.
W. K. ABBOT, Principal,
TU6. WAKil.'S SEMIXAIIY,
" Naahvlllc, Tenn" Real Southern
Home for Uirls. 3MI Girls this year. A non
sectarian school. Patronised by men of lib
eral minds in all churches. Unsurpassed in
Music Art and Languages. For iitxlngue
ddress Kit. W. r. tVann,
. finrnrllnrplsl lnllooa '' f"""r.
iwHiiiiiiHivim uhiivv iezingioa, ivy.
HlgliMt llo.or and Hold Med.1 ovpr all other CoIIcr? t
at tlie nwlS'a Ki ptMltl... tor System of Bo.k.keeplng anj
tte.er.1 Ha.lnfMM Ldnc.tlon. aooo llrailaatM I. Hu.l.
e. ioTearhersemployc.1. (atorVull Itualneiu, Jourat
mcmuing 1 ultton, stationery anil Hoard, alnmtevu. nh.rl
Hand, Tjpi.Wrltlng and Telegraphy apeclaltles. Ho Va.
Mtlwi. Enter Now. OrM.ate. tiuanaie 8aeeeM. For
circular, aJJreil W. B. HM1X II, rrci-t, Lexington. Ky.
"f ; I Si K K It I X . I K I' A It T W XTi IT,
NsiNliTllle), Ten ii. Thorough instruction
indistinct courses of t ivil, Mcchanioal and
Mining Engineering (Annul Tuition
and in MHnual Technology iFree). Full
Faoulty. Kxlensive equipmenta and facili
tieain draughting-rooms, lahoratories, shops
and field practice. Kntranca Eziminationi
Bept. 14, 15 and lfl. For circulars addreaa
WIL8 WILLIAMS, Bc8ab. '
PHTNICIKS Atil MI'RGEOaj.S,
This School offers to Medical Students un
surpassed clinioal and other acvantnges.
Sond for a catalogue to Da. THOMAS OPIK.
Dkan. 179 re. llowr,! alreet.
Virginia Military Institute,
t EXIXOTOJT, TA.,
I S in full and successful operation and snp--L
plies its enlarged course of systematio
luairucuon ai a cost muoti oelow tnat of i
stitutions of like grade in this oountry. F
FRANCIS 11. SMITH. Snpeilnteadent.
NOTRE DAME of MARYLAND,
Collegiate Institute for Tonnej I.nillea and
Preparatory School (or Little tJIrlta, KM
BLA, P. 0., three miles from Bnlflniore,
J1. Conducted by the Sisters of Notr
Dame, fend for catalogue.
Kdseworth Hoarding and Day
SCHUOLfor Young Ladies and Little Girls.
Mrs. II. P. LhiFKBVltK, Principal, 5
Frnnklln Ktrel, Hnltlnaore, Mel. The
ataili ichool year will begin on Thursday,
Heplember ie, ltiH6.
Tttlane University of Louisiana.
(Formerly, 1M7-18K4, the University of
ITS advantages for practical instruction In
diseasea ot the Southwest are nnrivaled,
as the law securea it superabundant materi
als from the great Charity Hospital witb its
7U0 beds, and 20.UU0 patients annually. Stu
dent! have no bosp tal-feea to pay and spe
cial instruction is daily given at the beds t do
ol the sick, as in no other institution. For
catalogue or lnf rmation, address
Prof. S. K. CliAlLLK, M. D., Dean,
P. 0. Drawer 2iil. New Orleans, La.
St. Mary's School,
No. Slta Poplar Street,
MEMPHIS t t t i i TENKENHEK.
AlHU RDlNfl and Day School for Young
Ladles and Children-, under tbe charge
of the bisters of St. Mary, of the English
Church. InuBiber of pupils limited to 100.
Next seVooi term begin yintmli'r tfftth.
N. W. AVS.R tJNa ouxftuiiiuriivd