MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUES DAY, AUGUST-10. 1886.
DOUBLE MURDER MYSTERY
TWO BODIES FOUKD FLOATIRQ
IS THE BITER AT
Heleaa, Ark., Witk BolleU la Their
Heads Seaaatioaal Shooting
Affray A Desperate Fight.
IVICUl TO TBI ArriiL.l
Uklena, Abk., August 9. Yester
day morning two fiihermen came into
town aod announced that they bad
discovered two dead bodies just above
town and that they were white men.
In the absence of the Coroner Justice
H. i-piro summoned a jury and pro
reeiiud to the place oi their discovery.
The lisliet wen suppcned that they bad
identified ote of the bodies as that of
Samuel DanRul. a trai per. The onrt
and jury foand upon their arrival at
the scene of the murder the body sup
posed to bs Satnuol l)np;iil with a
ballet hole through bis right temple
and the other one with bullet hole
in bis left temple. The only witness
extnvned by the Coroner was a fisher
man named Yocum, who was not sure
bnt that be recognised one of
the bodies ai that of Sam
Bel Dingul, a trapper. Tte sub
stance of the verdict in both cses was
that the parties were unknown and
had come to their death from the ef
fect of a gunshot wound, inflicted by
Eirties or party unknown. Mr. Siles
log?, Marshal of the city of Helens,
has given the cise a thorough investi
gation, and be has grounds for believ
ing the following to be a solution of
the mystery: Same fifteen or sixteen
days ago a raft of timber came oat of
Wolf river, just above Memphis, and
msde iH way down the river. It was
reported to Mr. Lings: today ttat the
parties on the raft had a tin lit at Mar
Landirg, Mies., and that some of them
were coiitideraoly lirnioed up. It is
also reported that the men were di
vided, three to two. Mr. Lingua
theory, strengthened by circumstan
ces, is that they hnd auother fracas,
and that the two men were coolly
murdered by slipping up on them Bnd
shooting them through tho head. A
posse left here yesterday in learch of
them, but could not succeed in getting
any clew to the murderers.
A KILLING TRAOEDY
occurred at Holly Grove, Ark., yeatur
day evening, iu which a most ex m
pliryantl respected citizen lost his life.
Mr. Thomas Mull, a wealthy planter,
who has a magnifletnt plantation near
Holly Grove, besides others in Ten
nestee and MWsaippi, bad some brick
work done on his place near Holly
Grove by Mr.;Frank Thomac, an ener
getic, straightforward contractor and
business man. The parties met yester
day evening in Holly Grove, and Mr.
Mull inquired ot Mr. Thoi.ins whon
lie was g inglo finish that work on his
place. Mr. Thomas replied that ho
was in no hurry; that the work he
bad done for him had not been paid
for. Mull, angered hy ThonWa re
mark, called him a d d liar. Thomas
replied by saying Mull was
alying, thieving scoundrel, and
be had no sooner said it,
than Mull struck him with a heavy
buggy whip, felling hiin to the ground.
Thomas aroiw, and in doing so put his
band behind him in such mannor that
led i Mull to believe be was grng to
draw a pistol. Mull pulled his and
sent a ball tearing through the heart
of ThoniVs, whodropped to the ground
and Instantly expired. Fully forty
people saw the atiuotlng and suw Mull
mount his horse and ride ell, find be is
bow st large. Mull is ene of the tnott
popular iuca In the com.ty, sua It is
'eared that it will be almost impossi
ble for h in to he convicted, n lie is
estimated to he woith one hundred
thousand dullard and has no family.
It is suppo-ed that he has crotsctl the
Mirs l ipid river aud is now maVing
for one of li s plantations in Missis
sippi. A IHanalron. llnnl for Thleven.
St, Louis, Mo , August 0. A special
from Huntjville, Mo., Bays: W. A.
Brock man and his sen, Kichird, en
gaged in a bunt lsst night for thieves,
which ro-ult-d disns rously to both.
The father, utter his family had re
tired, luadi d hisshotgun and concealed
binuelf iu the bumma near his bee
hivf a to guard them from the ravages
0l thieves, by whom he had recently
been robbed. After he had been on
duty for a while his son concluded
that he would Ruard the hives, not
knowing that his father was engaged
in the occupation. He leaded his nun
and walked to the do r, wheie be
Btood and lUtened, and bearing some
moving around in the biuheB fired and
shot his father in the breast. The lat
ter, thinking be had been shot at by a
thief returned the fire, filling his son's
face with buckshot. Both are serious
A Hly riiht RcIwmi Roajr
8t. Louis. Mo., August 9. The deck
of the ete mer W. P. Anderson was
the scene Saturday nigbt of a bloody
Ight between f ur negro roustabouts.
lmmcdiata'w ifti-r the boat left Alton.
111., Joe Bell, Fifftebt-r Coleman, Harry
Price and Jos Jefferson engaged in a
fame of dioe. The plav progressed
quietly and uninterruptedly until Cole
man and Price accused their compan
ions of cheating. A quarrel immedi
ately followed. In wb'ch fists and feet
were frtey nmd. Knives and axes
were then brought Into play, and the
ften cat, Uvhd and chopped vicious
ly at earn other. In the melee Cole
man raised his ax and dealt Price a
heavy blow, the blade striking the left
boulder, burying itself in the flesh
and almost severing the arm from his
body. Bell was tubbed in the back,
the cat being nine inches long ana
five deep. Coleman was cut in the
abdomen, the knife penetrating the
Intestines. JWlersm escaped with
only a b-w slight gashes. When the
boat arrived heie an ambulance was
called and the wonnded men taken to
the dispensary, where their wcuods
were dreesed, and from there to the
aflat; ta llaraik and Clark
MiLWACiiK, W in., August 8. Forest
fires rapii g in Miration and Clark
conntiee todny icmmnnirated to ti e
towns bf bpi ncer and Colby, and laid
the former ia ashes and searched the
latter. Fi-es tie also ragirg in the
outsort of Chippewa Fails, and the
cit aens are at the engine houses ready
for erne' Renr.es. At Spencer, a town
of 10(10 reople on tne Wisconsin
Cental, the lo: s ia $200,000. Two
hvge sawmills, ti e depot, a wood
turning factory, several cb.umhe, a
school houa a, the mnslc hall and nmny
residence were destroyed. Buckit
brigades are combating the fliu.t t.
Colby is merely ec nclied,"' and the
damage ia omparntively iriiiri5lli an,
but tea's are enterta lied I hat t'efl'e
may ipread. Tl.ecsneof the fbeis
the d:y weather, which has preva led
withe ut drop cf rain for weike. It
ia In ihe heart of a flourishing lumber
Late advices tonight are that the
fire ia practically under control having
nomiDg mora vo leeu uu. a u"i w'-
gale was blowing at the time it started
and lannea me names mrougu mo
vlllaaa with fo.rlnl rflniditV. C0W8
and hogs were unable to escape, bo
rapid was the spread, and many were
bnrned to death. Thirty-five families
are reported homeless and penniless
having no insurance. The principal
sufferers are the lumber firms. W. B.
Clifford'B low on mill and lumber ia
$20,000, half intured. P.A.Thayer,
mill and lumber, $35,000; insurance,
$10,0C0. O'Neill Bros., lumber and
hardware store, $20,000; small Insur
ance. Other sufferers lost from $10,
000 down. .
Milwaukib, Wis., Aunmt 0. The
stories of foiest fires in northern Wis
consin are evidently exaggerated.
There are no fires of consequence
along the M lwankee, Lke Shore and
Western railroad, and none at all
along ihe Valley division of the Chi
cago, Milwaukee and bt. Paul ra'drcad.
A dispatch from Chippewa Falls says
a large amount of grain in shock aod
standing was burned north and west
of thai point. No news can be had
over the wires of the Wisconsin Cen
tral railroad, aa tbey are crowded with
business, and the Wes'ern Union
wires along the fire aection are down.
Small wood fires are reported between
Coleman and Stiles, on the Milwaukee
and Northern railway.
A late dispetch from Marquette,
Mich., to the Evening IViwoimin aaya :
The city is in danger of destruction by
forest Area which make the air denee
y smoky. Pendell'B slaughter house
in the city limits has been destroyed,
and the nitro-glycerine woiks of the
T nka Hnnorinr Povilxr (.OllllianV BTS
surrounded by fi e. The men are
fighting the fire with desperation.
An opportune cnangs oi wiuu raven
the new City Park at Frcsqne Island
yesterdny. The day is oppre-ively
bot and the fire fighters era suffering
A dispatch from Neillsvillo, received
this afternoon by the Witconnin, says
fires have been burning in the woods
In that vicinity for several (lavs. At
Hewittville.ten miles from Neillsville,
the sawmill, boarding house and every
building connectod therewith was
burned. Lops, $10,000 Farmhouses
in the neighborhood were burned,
and many families were compellod to
move into the fields with ti.eir house
hold goods. The fires are still raging
southwest and north of Neiilsville,
destroying grain and four buildings.
Particulars are dilllrmlt to gut.
CAKE OF ANIMALS IS SUMMER.
anasrrallon. af the American Hu
The American Humane Association
proventi the following suggestions rol
ntive to the tare of animals during the
Provide wa'er fresh, pare water.
Think, reador, how you aie refreshed
by a drink of cool wa'er on a hot day.
I he lower animals sre eqna'ly in need
of the tnenns of quenching thirst.
The active deg rt quirts drink fre
quently during the he t day, as does
also the cat; and a dish of fresh water
should stand where (her can have sc
cess to it. Undoubtedly many a dog
is driven to madnesi through leek of
water; and the testimony is that hy
drophobia is almost uiiknown iu tlioss
localities where dogs can drink when
Hivery rlly, village and country
town should be liberally supplied with
drinking fountains for animals, nnd
they shonld be so constructed that
even the ama'lestdogs cn drink from
them. No gift to a people confers a
grea'er pleasure than a fountain, and
I hat person w bo turns aside a stream
from a field and gives a watering
trough to the roadside, or providis a
I iiu aln at wtiicn man aud neaat can
drink pure water, ii truly a public
Give the hrrsa frrquentopportunity
to quench thinst at limes when not loo
much overheat d, and before eatirg
To drink frotly immediately af er ea
ing preveidi a favorabbi cfigtstioii of
Provldo slm'le. How instinctively
we seek the Hhadow when the un is
pnur ng its hot rayn on the dry and
parched earth. If the pature is not
provided wi h eha to true', in a c m
venient loctlity set four, ix or tight
suppoits, acroas which place attaw r
grass, and thus, in a brief time and
with little labor, make a shade in
which animals can leit from tho heat
of the sun, to the great comfort of
themselvea and benefit to their
Hemove the harness from the horses
in the bot dav whenever you desire to
give them a full, free res', and once
during the day, prelerably at n ght,
thoiongh currying and groon ing
will not on'y give ro t, but will do
about as much toward (impr .ving the
anima 'a condition as will ther a a.
Examine the harness on yoar work
ing team, and you will diaoiver iht
bliuda, check reins and cinppeis aie
simply toiturirg cnntnva cea, aei vl g
no nsetut pnrpo-e. Take them all on
for the convenience oi yours tvea and
ihe comlort of tre horses. Keep tne
table well ve li sted and free from
the strong ammonia, which is bo In
jurious to the eyte. Asei-t the ani
mals to prot ct them elvee atainst
files, feed regularly, bitch la theshS'le
and remera er that the care which
Will give comlort to the tower animate
will make ihem onbly profitable to
their owners, aside from the humane
bearing npon the enhjent.
rareas rim at Rf ata.ae.tto.
MAKqrarrTi, Mien , AuguH 9 For
est flr-a hve been hurn.ng all around
the ci y since yesterday morning. I bis
ciiy is under a cloud of smoke and an
the lake is covered with smoke, ob
a rucilng the view. Pendenil 'a
Blanghter house, loca'ed roith of the
city, was burned during the n'ght At
rr.sque Isle the new city iak barely
eecaied devas'stlon by a rhange In the
wiod. The powder mill, two mi'ee
north of the ciiy, lias been-ln dang r
all day. The owners have succeed, d
in fiahtlrg off iho flumes, hut the
works are t-till intta- aer. The after
noon train on the Del oi', Ma'qn Ve
and Uorton rai road was euipped by
fire near Ban K Ver, taen'y mlee e s
ol heie. All the u os md wii'dos
we eil'iaed and a in ce sful rash made
ihroiikh ti.e (lames. 8 f.r KB hiatd
from, no hi ri lie d .niaufs have yet re-
su ted in lea viclni'y.
Ha j Frrr Hnirrrera.
The nnnilvr of people ennnilly
afllHed with thia m s aiiuoyi' g mal
ady s-ems to he g tat v ( n the in-cresa-.
The editor of (hie
Joun a! U an annual vict m, and with
a view to d-sver a i p- id , bee tled
nunivroiie remediee. Of tliee, "Ely's
Crea n Balm" is by lung odd-t Hie
quickest and moet f g iRfnc'ory, two ap
I ii a'ions grea ly a laying the U-Uil
pymi ton s in the now m d eyes. We
w uld recommend us nee t'y all anh
jei t to i av fe e, and we gla lyWar
itnwdiciled leetimoi y lo us tlfl ienc
'n our n-.vrj ce. -Media,
(Pa ) Jfccord,
K1CHAEL DAYim VIEWS
ON THE HOME RULE QUESTION
L'KDEE TnE TORIES,
Bat Little Prospect for the Passage
of Sack a Bill aa the Peo
New Yobk, August 9. The Tribune
this morning publishes the following:
Michael Pavitt airived Saturday by
the Germanic after a voyage devoid of
incident, A reporter of the Tribune
met him on board the steamship down
the bay. The Irish agitator was ac
companied by Jamei Hourke, one of
the owners of the Dablin Noith City
Milling Company, and abiiHinesspart
ner of Pa'rick Eguo, president of the
Irish National League of America.
Mr. Kourke makes only a brief stiy in
this country, aa hia vielc is purely on
businees. He is one of the moat prom
inent leaders of the Irish National
movement in Dublin and was himself
imprisined tor a brief time in Nats
jail aa a "suspect" under the late
Chief Secretary Forster'e coercion ac.
Mr. Davitt will remain several months,
will attend the Chicago Convention,
and afterward deliver a 89iiee of
lectures throughout the country and
devote some of the money thus real
izd ti increasing the balance of the
Iruh World famine fund, which he
has placed In the National Bunk, in
Dublin, for the purpose of buying Borne
boa's and fishing tackle for the desti
tute fishermen on the west coat of
Ireland. He is not one of the official
parliamentary delegates to the Chi
cago convention, but comos on the in
vitation rf Patrick Fold and Patrick
Kgan, with the full sanction of Mr.
Parnell. Mr. Davitt found time to an
swer a few questions concerning the
present situation in Ireland and what
prospect there ia'for an early tett.e
ment of the home rule question.
"What, in your opinion, will be the
first move of the Tory Ministry in re
lation to Ireland?"
"Well," Mr. Davllt said, "for the
present, at all events, we can scarcely
expect that they w'll rueh forward
with a home rule bill that is a home
rule bill on the lines of Gladstone's.
Our hopos must be rather of a nega
tive than ot a positive character, and
this makes our people anxious lo find
out whether or not anything in the
shape of a coercion bill will be Intro
duced I don'taay passed for with the
prer-ent actual majority for the Libe
rals on all questions outside of home
rule it is bard to see how any bill do
ing away with the application of
the ordinary law could be got
through the House Of Commons.
While, therefore, the Conservative
Ministry must be conservative in not
going beyond the ordinary law ta
carry on the government such as it is,
I cannot see bow they cm remain pas
sive in relation to the national de
mand. They must, and probably will,
oflerfome kind ot a remedy for the
country ai at present stirred from one
end to the other as it never was be
fore, and the whole people In obedi
ence to their leaders, not to speak of
the law abiding ep'rit which is bom in
them when they are let alone, are re
fraining fiom all acts of vio'ence.
Why, you must have read in the die
patches from the other side that tho
criminal calendars which came under
the aiotice of the Judgea of Assizes
w-he-aro on circuit throughout the
country, present almost a complete
blank as far as any sarlous olleuiei
in fact as far as any offenses at all
are concerned. Asa consequence, the
judges are compelled to conip iment
the giand juries on the peaceful stale
cf the ci.nnt.ry.
In the lulereat or Harmony.
"Mr. Parnell and President Egan,"
said Michael Davitt to a repo'ter to
day, "invited me to attend the Chicago
convention in theiott-rtstnt ha mony.
1 am not a delegate, hut came over for
change of air and a ehort rest. I have
promised to address a meeting on
Saturday of the Uuited Irish focieties
at Chicago. During my stay here I
shall see and confer with the leaders
of the Irish movement."
Mr. Davitt retimed ta express any
opinion about the reply of President
Egn o S cretary Gleaeon, of the
New York Municipal Council, on the
subject of al owing other rocieties to
be represented in the convention at
Chicago, He said that the other dif
ference b would beadjneted and that
the Influence of tho Irieh delegates
would be lot harmony.
Returned to Their Work.
Chicago. 111., Augus' 9 The em
ployee in the packing lious s went to
work as nsnal this aoming, none of
ihe firms having as yt made any
fnrtber reduction of wgs. There
was little anpiehonsien among the
men ot any change, arid the employers
were Tery reticent about their plans
for the future. Mr. Cndahy, of Ar
mour & Co., said that the charge had
bee a made, and he thought that if any
redaction of wages should be neces
sary it wonld bs made without any
tr uhle with the mesj. FowbrAOoe
pscking house was running to ita full
capacity, aod the managers anticipate
ro r nMe.
MOST PERFECT MADE
Pnrtat and lUumiat KbeaxS ft? N UB
VnnilU. Limn., CI rf LWsT f yv Of,
flavor at cWlKately mi BeM-vft '-S it
price BAinm tis&ii?
WOBOR'S COMPOUND OP
PURE COD LIVEIi
K 0IL AND LIME. ,
tiet tbaOeanlaa article lb treat
foenUrllj of "Wllbor't Ompnnnd ol Coil
LivarOti and Lima" bu tr lun-d an
prlnftl..Ud eerioni to etu. .ipt 10 ilni off a
aiini'lt ortiol of lhair own manuUeturo;
oat mi pormin who ! tultrrina from ('ouihi.
Cold or Coniunipt'on. thnuld b eara'ol
whrra thaj eurebwo this artinl. Ihe ra
aulu of Hi u ara li beat lauiiiiuenilatioaa,
and tlia irnp ivtitr h aineia il.'ano on
flla of lUjrro.t tut-t-M in inlmnnarr mm
pla nu. Tha Peo-i-hul of Lion vttrrt a
U'ot u arvnloui h -a'ina itowrr a-r-otehinail
with Iha rura Co.) I.Ur Oil h lr Wi'b-ir
It li npor,bd by thajontliril faulty. Held
hy A H. WiLaua, Chaj.lut, llutlvn, and
Prof. Civs. Ludwtg Von Seeger
Prof et tor of Kdi(r al Royal thivtrrityt
Kgktofi)u fir Autriau Order of Uu iron
Jew; Kiutttjuuumuindtr of Ikt Hoyal ipoa-
X Ca" Ut habtllal Kniahl M ( Koval
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parte of tha world It contain! e'rence ol
boef. Coea, Quinine, Iron and Caliaaya.
whion are ditaolved in pure acnaiue bpan
iih Imperial Crown Hberry."
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Walt and the nobility. For the Skin, Com
plexion, Eruption!, Chappinf, Kouahnaai.
LIEDI1 : U.'M Oenola Byrap ol
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W. T. Popol, 3H IWl'HBAT WTBEET.
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four request, what I know of your Chill
ore. The jrlvate aasuranoaa of ita efficacy
had, and the good reaulU t Its effects I
had observed on Mr. R. W. Meredith, who,
for more thaa Iftaaa yeara, bad been fore
man of ray ofllca, iadaeod meStottast ll in
my family. The raaalu kavellMea entirely
aatlafaotery. Tka rat eaaa, waa of two
eausiaeiory. aaw ' wmS . ww
yeara' suailng, ia wkioh I b.ll.ve every
knows reaaedy had kan triad with temao
rary relief the chilli returning periodically
ana witk seemingly inoreased severity.
Your cure broke them at onoe, and then hag
been bo recarreneo of then for more tbaa
six months. The other rasa was ol a milder
form, and yielded more readily to other
remedies i but tho ehllla wonld return at In
tervals until yoar medicine waa used, since
which time, now several months, they have
entirely disappeared. From the opportu
nity I have bid toJudge, I do not hesitate to
express my belief that your Chill Cure 1st
valuable specific, and performs all yon
promia. lo, it. B-"iAlI)EMANi
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ranted. Call before you bny.
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with a fall aaart
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M. N0BFLEET, Resident Partner.
H. IT. MACKT.
Q. W. HACBAJB.
t & uo.
BACH All Haros)
The Higbee School
VOR THE HIGHER
Education of Young Ladies.
Eeale, Lauderdale and Jessaxain SU..
Incorporaltxl with Colleclale Frlv.
AN INSTITUTION OF HIGH REPUTE
AND KNOWN EXCELLENCE.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept 20,
avThoronah English and CIa.ieiI Coarse.
Modern Langaairea by ForeiKn Teachers.
Book-keeping, tjtiort-hand and lype
Bohools of Art, Music and Elocntlon noted
for exceptional advantages.
Special students received in every depart
ment. A new and elegant building will be er- cted
during the summer and lull, wh.rein will ba
lurniebed a spacious fludf hall, large pri
mary school-rooms, claa-roomi. laboratory,
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which,,
with the elegant mansion used lor boarding
pupils and the wonded pleasure grounds,,
will form one ot ihe most complete tchooL
foundations in the South.
Catalogues ready August 1th.
For information address
MISS JENNY M. UIUBRE, Principal,
Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1886..
Enrollmcnt Lut Term, 822.
A SCHOOL for the development of vigor
ous, thoughiu', noble womanhood.
This result ia reached by breadth and
thoroughness of Instruction and tbe awaken
ing of patient, earnest endeavor. A new
and commodious boarding department h
just been completed.
The department of dress making and mil
linery is added tor the first tiuie.
in the absence of tbe Principal who is In
Europe ftr the summer, catalogues will ba
furni-hed on application to Mrs. E. P. Mor
ton, zli Adams street, or tbey will be lound
at any of the city book store.
St. Agnes Female Academy,
THIS Institution is deliirbtfully situated
iu a retired aod be.'iltliy part of the city
of Memphis, commanding th advantage of
town and country. The entire surroundings
breathe an air of poau-ei'il oluion, which
ever enerta so powerful nn influence over the
moral, physical and intellectual lire. The
course of study embraces the variona
branches of a solid and useful education.
In the regular English course, the pupils on.
entering are ranked Recording to their pro
ficiency in Or'hogTuphy, Grammar and Arith
metic. Particular attention in given to Sa
cred and Profane History. Rhetorio and
Composition. Latin and French enter into
the regular oourse. A portion ol time is al
lowed to each pupil for Plain and Ornamen
tal Needlework, Khell. Flowers, eto. Terms,
per Session, payable half-yearly, invariably
in advance. For board and tuition in all
branches taught in the highest schools.
Plain Hewing, Marking,eto , lied, Bedding,
Stationery and Washing, tlUO and 8125, ac
cording to the age or class of the pupil.
Special terms hen fcver .l members o the
same family attend tho school. No allow
ance is made for partial absence or with
drawal before tho eipiration of the te rn, ex
cept in cases of serious or protracted illness.
Kxtbib German, Italian, otci., each 812;
Music on Piano nnd use of instrument. tiO:
Drawing and Water Colors, 111); Oil Paint
ing, Jill; Embroidery and Ornamental Work,
810 ; Use of Library, tli; Vocal Music in class,
i; Private Lessons, $15. Board per month
during vacation, if .petit at the Academy,
wash.ng, etc., (15. Medicine and physician',
tees will form extra charges Terms fcr day
pupils, 8'), 64, (5 or Si per month. For fur
ther particulars apply to the
TQ EM ALE SEMINARY.
MISS MART J. BALDWIN, TKiy.
Opens Ut September, 1383. Closes June, 1887.
Unsurpassed location, buildings, grounds,
appointments. Full corps teachers; unri
valed advantages in Music, Languages, Elo
cution. Art, Book-Keeping, Physical Cul
ture. BoarJ, etc, with full English Course,
ga-aO per entire session. For full partioa
ars apply to principal for catalogue.
TIIK STATE FLMALK COLLI (JE
WILL reopen Sept. 13, 1R86. Located la
a healthful and dnlightful suburb, ac
cessible by car lines to and Iroin all parts of
cty. Instruction thorough, and according
to the most approved educanonal methods.
Superior and trained specialists in the va
rious Departments oi Munio, Art. Elocution.
Modern Languages, Science, Classics and
For further prtieu'ars apply te
MISSMOLLIB i. MARSHALL, Pr'n.,
Memphis, Ten p.
NEAR C1HRL0TIE.VVILLE, VA.
For Boys and Youna Men. Send for catalogue
JOUN R. SAMPSON, A.M.. Principal.
Rev. FDGAR WOODS, Ph. P., Associate.
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY,
0F MUSIC Boston, Mass.-
1 THE LARCSSTand BEST EQUIPPED 'nth
W O R L D KKl In itrui-tori, 1" Slmli-nu lant rt "Tbor
ougn Inatructton in Voralatiil InFtrumrntal Mimli- I'laaoant
Organ Tunina, Fine Art,, Oratory, Literature. Fitucn, Oer
nan and Italian Language. Fngli.h llranrtir,, (Irnmaftica
etc. Tuition, g.ltog-jlthoardanaroomwIthKteam Ilcatanl
Elwtrlc Light, Jti7ftpnrli-nn. Fall Term hpin. Sp.
temtK-rP, Iwa. For Illuatr.u-d (Calendar, with full Information,
addre... E. TOLIUKK, Dir., t rauklln Bo,,, BOSTON, Maao.
Ilopkliiiavllle Hlla school.
rjiHE f u-tcnth rchn'a'tle year of this weM
i. established, limi cd, rnlect school for
boys and y ung ami will begin MONDAY,
Auguit 30, 1886. Instruction ta aivtn in a
full course of Englii-h, Latin. Greek. Ger
man, Higher Mathematics and Bookheei ing.
Thorough teachingand striot discipline char
acterise tb school.
Terms for fce.sion of 40 Weeks Tuition.
foO; Tuition and Board, $225 Boarding pa-
fils are required to boa-d in Ihe family of tha
rincinal. For further information address
J. 0. FKRRKLL. llopkinsviUe, Ky. .
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
BJCDFAKD CO , VlatGlSIA. .
The Slat Anssnal Nnaaloa Opessa BS
netxr IS, IttM.
For catalogue or special information, ap
ply to ttollavai f . O., fsa.
W. K. ABBOT, rrisiftyal
DU. WARHD'g SEMINARY
NatakTtlle, Teato Real Sonth.ra
Ilom. for Girls. SiO Girls this y.ar. Aeon
sectarian school. Patronised by men of lib
eral minds in all cburohes Unsurpassed ia
Music, Art aad Langoagea. For CaUlogue
ddress 1B W. K. WaBU.
N.ahville, Tsb. Thorongh instruction
in distinct cours.s of I ivil. Mechanical and
Mining Engineering (Anna-1 Tuition KM,
and in Manual Techno ogy tFree). Full
Faculty. Extensive equipments and facili
ties In dranghting-rooms, laboratories, shop.'
and Held practice. Kntranoe Ex minationi
Sept. 14, 16 and In. For circulars address
WIL8 WILLIAMS, Bpaaai.
HUNT8VILLE, ALABAMA. Thlrty
sav.nth session begin. Wednesday, Sep
tember 1, 1886. A desirable school for yoar
daughters in all Departm nti ot Female Ed
ucation. Supplied w th new Instrumenu.
fine Apparatus, and a full Faculty. Charges
reasonable. For ca-alogm-a at.d terms, applr
to A.B J0NE8, 1) V.. LL P., President. .
Virginia Military Institute,.
iS In full and successful operation and sap
plies its .nlarsed course of syst.matio
instruction at aooit much I slow that of in
stitutions of like grade in this oountry. For
FRANcAh H. SMITH, PnperinUicdent.
Bartlett Normal School
AND TRAINING INoTITUTK ro BOTH
8EXRS A school noted tor Its progres
sive method) and its thorough, honest and
practical inatiuotion. Cour e of study ar
ranged t. meet the d tn.nda of the times.
Degrees conterr. ', tuition cheap, board f.om,
4 to $12-Ml per month, locatioa pleasant,
sehool well equipped, ht. dents received
any time. Fir-I T -rm opens August aStl.
r'econd Term, doner URSth. Address
N KU H A KPT A NbliHAKDT, Bartlett.Tena.
St. Mary's School.
He. 8W Pvlar alnel,
HtnFHK, tilts TKNFiENSCB.
ABllaBDINU and Pay School for Youne
Ladies ana i.hndreo, ander ti.e charge
of the Sisters ol St. Mary, o the Engli.h
rhurch. Nu-iter of pupile limited tn UK).
Next school term begins Nrplrinbrr 119111..
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