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THE LORDS AM COMOIS.
THE OEFEVS STiECH 0PEKIR6
The GoTermMent'i Policy Ontlinc4
by Churchill The Irish Ques
Loudon, August 19. At tne boar
Parliament met (lepra sing end per
sji tnt rain was (ailing and the crowd
gathered about tbe Westminster build
ing) was email. Some entiitiaiaaru
was displayed on tbe arrival of vailous
prominent leaders, but it was generally
faint. Tbe attendance in tbe House
of Commons was lara. Many mem
bers srrivdd before I bey bad hud
breakfast, in order to secure gond
seats. Tbe Qaeen's speech was as fol
lows: Tm queen's speech.
My Lobds amo Gentlbmem I have
summoned you to meet at tbis unusual
season for the transaction of indis
nenstble business. Tbe session cf the
last Parliament was Interrop'.ed before
the ordinary work of tbe year bad been
completed in ordtr that the sense of
m neonle miffht be taken on certain
important proposals with regard to tbe
government oi ireiana. loeresunoi
that SDDeal has been to confirm tbe
conclusion to which tbe late Farlia
mnnt had come. The provisional Da
ture ot tbe arrangement made by tbe
last Parliament for the public charge
of the Tear renders it inexpedient to
fiiBtpons any further tbe considers'
ion of tbe necessary financial legisla
tion. Gentlemen of tbe House of Com
inons, the estimates which were sub
mitted to the last Parliament and only
partly valid, will bo laid buiore you.
My lords and gentlrnutn, at a period
cl tnsyear u ua-iy nn gnsu i r mu
ri.r n. und afttr tbe prolonged and
xitional luboia to which many of
yon have been subjected, I abstain
fr m reroinmitiug now lor your con-ld.-ration
any nieitMiroa except these
wliich nra tHHcntial lo the conduct of
tho publicsarvice duiing the remain
ing portion of the fiscal year, and
wi. it'll 1 am confident will receive
your prompt and cartful attention.
IN TUB COMMONS
Bradlaugh moved a sessional ordor,
declaring the interference of peers in
elfctious for members o! the house of
Commons a high infringement e( the
liberties and privi'egea of tbe Com
mono, be not renewed this year. He
' said ilie order was constantly treatod
with contempt, was tlifrefore practi
ca'ly obsolete, and might as well he
abandoned if it wai not lo he enforced.
He pointed out the very active inter
ference in behaf of the Tory and
Unionist candida'es, and against the
Gladstonlans by the Kara of West
ni i) filer, Leicester and Montague, and
I)ukis of .Norfolk and Argyle, in
Cl etiU'r, Norfolk, Uiicki acd Argyle,
during the recout elections, and con
tended that if llio poets were to bo
permitted thus to defy the ancient and
much bousted lights of Commons, tho
the lat'er miglit as well expunge tbe
BPFB'onal ovdur and ave tuamselves
from occupying a ridiculous pomtion.
Ha contended tlii.t the earli and dukes
he had uiontioriud had violxted the
order willfully during tho past cam
paign. Kamlulph Churchill, sneaking for
tbe government, asked if be wau or
roct in staling thnt li'adlniigh hud in
timated an Intuntion to obstruct the
business of t1 o House every night
until liis motion was disport d of?
Many uiembeis leBpuult.'d "no,"
Jlrndlatigh diuiltd th.it he had in
any way iudiratod auch an inluution.
Chiiri'bill tlierenpou suggested that
tbe llotito allow the order complainid
of to bo rouewed and the House ap
point a rommitteo early next session
to inquire into the whole matter.
Gladstone spoke in apparent ap
proval of tbe Tory leader's suggi s'ion,
and intimated that he would support
A division was then taken and tho
order sustained lift to 1-0.
Churchill gnvo notica that after con
clusion of the dubntes on tho address
in answer to the Queen's spaech be
will move that supply aud appropria
tion bills have precedence.
Hicks-iJench, Chief Neoretary for
Ireland, replying for tho government
to Thomas Ssxton, said the govern
ment would require no!iee before stat
ing whether or no they intended to
withdraw the extra police fn lu Bel
fast He would any that tho govern
ment intondtd to Increase the nutnher
of cotumisdoneis appaluiod to iniiiire
inti llaltast riots, and also that an ex
tended scope of iiinniry be made by
tbe comml.-sionors. Thu goverumeut
had the present intention, however, to
appoint a royal commiailonto invtsti-
gate the disorder", although tiny
would consider the adviHability of en
shling tho co:nmisioit to take testi
mony under oath.
J. O'Kelly gavo notice of bis inten
tion to introduce u bill for the better
government of lle fust, and another to
suspend evictions in certain ca'-es. -
Parnell to ik the oath of olllce and
bis siMit for Cork city.
King liarmao moved and Maclean
seconded! tbe address iu answer to tbe
.speei'.b fiom tlie throne.
Glads one said be thought the con
duct o( the Irish policy should remain
in the bands of the government end
tinder their primary resposibility. If
it w.s supposed anything that had
happened had proiuced the slightest
change in his convictions regarding
the late ffovernmei's lr'sh policy be
was alraid lie was uuab o to all id tbe
sligbtent euc'iurageiueut ou that point.
IClieers.l What bad hapixnod had
rattier confirmed bis strong belie:
that be bad not erred in tbe main
principles of hU echrnio. He thought
tbe late opposition bad dealt hardly
with tho late government in preea-
lng uiem ior toeir insn policy,
but lis wou'd not retaliate. "Ireland
is tbe Question of the day, and th
. sooner this qtustlou Is settled the
soontr will the llouso be ablo to dls
pofo of the arrears ol legislation before
Ft I niwum 1
Rjindohib Churchill mid he hoped
the s'atemet.t be was about to make
wonUl sat sfy tbe Home. After taunt
iug Gladstone on his readiness to re
sort to coercion, which be said tbe ex-
Premier bad in former times dis
played, be slated thut tiis government
bed come to tho conclusion thai the
ationton of coercive measures
for Ireland would be unwise,
The ministry wished tbe question
of local gov rnment be treated as.
nnea'ion aflecting the UniUd Kir
dom. In rgard to Belfast the govern
ment would take rare that crime
should not become chronic there bi
was tho cms in como other parts of
Ireland, ror wi.uld the government
toleia'e any attack upon tlie it yai
Irsti Con-tabu'ary, whess services
were 6c ruing of praire. The Minis
try were determined to rettore ordtr
in Bi lfw' and would t-hrink km do
reerotitihilily in order to attsiu that
enl without delay. With lelnreice
to Kiry i he Ministry had retolv d to
end the e a mw n'Hitry oilicerAf
high rat.k i vested with auch pOftcis
would enable blm to restore order.
The moment the government became
00 c scions inai lunuer pow
Becesfftry they would summon Parlia
ment to the r anoUi.Jicc. In regard
to the Uiid qac-r-.Mon tbe government
u nnt nntnarad to sdoDt the ludicisl
rents fixed by the land commissioners
as they were considered too high
for all prceent purposes, ins niiniairy
would take their stand on the land act
of 1881 aa a final settlement. At the
same lime tbe government had decid
ed to appoint royal commission (de
risive laughter on Parnellite benches)
to make a careful inquiry during tbe
ensuing autumn and winter into the
working of tbeexif-ting laDd sv Urn dn
lrclnd. The government did not in
tend lo deal wi'li the land question by
making any reduction in rents; that
waacontiary to tiieir policy.
IN THE HOUSE OK LOBDS
tola afternr.oi Lr.d Granville ssked
that now tho government make a
clear sthtement cf its contemplated
The Duke of Argyle (Unionist) de
nied that a member of the late rov
nrnment waa instilled in makiog such
a demand and took occasion to make
lntiff anflMph. diaw-ctins. as he called
it, Gladstone's IriBh policy, which the
Duke described as "miserable fia'co
nf rnnnins nn to tbe mtsthead tbe
flai of Parneil and the Irieh National
8u Oswald moved and Do Ross
seconded the addrees In reply to the
Queen a speech.
Haliaburv admitted that tbe si!ua
tion in Ilurmah was nneatislactory,
bnt thought there was no reason for
apprehension. Tbe Afghan Boundary
Commiesion bad not been withdrawn,
Although a diU'ereoce bad arisen in
regard to boundaries it could be set
tled as easily in London or St. Petert-
burg as on the r-pot. mere was rea-
nnahln nrnoiinct of accord between
England ar d ltuiiia with regard tothe
Afghan boundary. The policy of the
government toward Turkey wou'd be
to continue Hie policy oi ta e yea.
K durriiiff to Ireland. Salisbury said
the g.ivemaient would take every sleo
to maintain siciai order anu pro.ee
individual rights. It was neewsary
to have time f r inmirv before enter
ing into detsils regarding the
reform cf tho gavernment ollice.
With resnoct to education
and local government for Ire'and. He
was unable to furnish a sketch cf the
government's proposal. There would
heapptclul inquiry as to moans for
healthily developing the material re
sou res of Ireland. There would also
be inquiry into Belfast rioting. There
was no prima fucie ground for impugn
ing the conduct of the police of Belfast.
MEKTINQ OF PAHNBLI.ITK MEMBERS.
A meeting of the Punellite mem
bers was held in the Houre of Com
mas before tbe matting of that body.
Mr. Parnell prosided, seventy niuiu
hers being prest-nt.
The meeting decldod to discuss Irih
affairs, and f specially the Belfast riots,
during the debate in the Hou'O of
Commons on the reply to tho Qtioen's
speech, and also to endeavor to learn
the intentions of the government in
rrturd lo Ireland.
United Ireland of Dublin (Mr. Par
nclls' organ) reitera'.es lbs declaration
that there will bo war to the kn fe
sga'n-t Lord Salisbury. Tho people
Ireland, it cays, win resif t mm wan
dearerition nm) skill that have Lever
before been displayed.
Troops for Buruiiiti.
London, August 10. Tho Indian
overninant is luvnipg tondtr at
owcfltlo for IranBpor sto bs ready to
proceed lo Kombavand Calcutta at tho
end of August. They Hre to beusnl,
is presumed, lo carry at) luoicemcuts
troops lo Burnish.
All U'llel nl IleirAKt.
Bklfart, August 19. The magis-
trules of Belfast are in a quandary ai
to how to' proceed in view of a verdict
of willful niurdor found against niue
olicemen at a secret silting loday.
he palici'iiien have not as yet been
ariested. They are changed with nn
necwl'ily liriiig Uou oitili"U8 during
tbe recent riots. ' The niue policemen
ave heen arretted and sent to lau.
Thev intend to aoply to the Court of
IJaoen s Uench lor peroitaaion 10 give
bail. Two mobs gathered today and
indulged In stone throwing, but they
were Boon dispersed. Affairs here
have almost re.-umed their normal
condition and no more serlnus rioting
is feared. The military precautions
MRS. FERDINAND WAUD.
t'nhnitpr Wile of I lie Ex-JIII-
New York letttrto Bltimor Ameri
can: in a recent intrviw wuti ro-
rorterg who vinitod him In his t-ing
nun prison, reniinniul n Bid, ex-vna-
anl oi Wall atrctit, tola t"Hin it was
not trim that lis had Btowd away sev
eral mllliiulnllarB out of his ill Kot'.ou
pains. "My wife is livlnir on Ibfs tlinn
$1,'(K) r ymr," tie aaid. I was lu Stam
ford. Uoiin,, tlie other day ou Uiisines",
and clinnooil to make gome it,(iuiilt8
abonttlio lfeof Mrs. Ward, wuo ia
living thero. From what 1 Bftw and
heard I was convinced fht it MrB.
Ward did livs on less than $15t'0 per
annum, ghe is aa pecnl arly titlented
In UnBticial maunK'f ment tier en
tprprinlrf; as her hahand. Hor house
is a largo, three atnry dwelling. A
aweppiug carriage drive lea In pa it the
portirs on the aide, and in the rear ig
well up pointed ataoie Biieiteriug
three hr rsta.
The big ghaile tree on the ground?,
from one of which depended a ba'ii-
mock filled with satin covered cuah-
iona: a irronn of cor.? oav chalrg oh
tne psriii-.i; viiseaanu iianKiug un.cu
Ulled Willi lUwera ana trailing pinnti
all this save an amiearanceol wealth
wli'cu BBPiiu-a altogether lncimpmuiB
w IU the auiall cum whtrtt Mrs. vvara
aava aha enlova. While 1 atood ere-
irii? the lininn wlih the rnrlOBUV anu
freedom of a Btrarirr. Mia. Ward
rame out the front door and com'
menced to water and arrange the
nlanta in the awlno-lna baaketa on tbe
portico. Khe wore a dainty morning
wrapper oi louiarj Bilk, wnicn, aiwpue
Ita 1 owlne proDortlons. conia not con
ceal the boautiful contour of her grace
There was a cold, indifferent look on
hor face and a certain mechaniBra
abont hor movementa which showed
that her mind was not on her work,
Cnnld aha have henn thinking of her
dashing young husband, pounding
Btove plateg within tbe gray Btone
walli up amongthe Hudson hilla? It
Beamed mora than pofBible, aa once
she pauB d, and, seating herself slowly
In one of the chairs, tamed her face
wearily aky ward. Bheat like a statue
for nearly three minutes, when she
caught a glimpse of the uioiionloss
snectatar nnnr the atrduL then she got
np and disannearcdi Mrs. Ward's
homo is small, hut it I is handsomely
furnished, and she afeepa three ser
vants. If she lives an less than $:10.!0
or 1000 per annumishe certainly baa
rqulrad o! the lacnlty ol maamg
dol or go twice a Mr aa the vera.e
! HnflMtB- l,Hiiiuaraln tm cla
foar I'lainbluB, :
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL FRIDAY,
THE WOODROW TRIAL.
DOCTOB DECLARED SOT
UUILTY BT THE
AngnsU Presbytery by a Tote of 18
to 9 -An Appeal Taken
AnouBTA, Ga., August 17. A large
crowd was jresent at the Woodrow
trial 'or heresy, b fore the Augusta
Presbytery, at Batbany tode y. After
soi sational pawsges between Dr.
Adams und Dr. Woodrow, the accused
proceeded tocroes examine Dr. Adams
as to bis course in preferring charges
agalntt him. Afier which, argumuut
wsb begun by Dr. Adams on behalf of
Tbe only point was tbe correctness
of tbe views held by accused. Were
they in accord with tbe Scriptures as
interpreted by the Presbyterian
Church? He thought it a most im
prrtant cas9. It was a crisis in tbe
chorch. "We are trying Woodrow,"
he eaid, "on the question of evolution,
either as an abstract principle or scien
tific hypothesis. Dr. Woodrow admits
he finds nothing in the Bible to con
tradict the theory tbat all things were
made by tbe immediate act of the
Creator, or that it was developed by
The soeaker then at length reviewed
Dr. Woodrow'a arguments and posi
tion on the question at isjue, cnllinq
attention to the belief held that God's
Word teaches that man's soul was Im
mediately created and bis spiritual ca
ture came into existence by a feat of
tbe Alraigltfy. He drew tbe conclu
sion from the evidence that Woodrow
held that just as tbe horse came man
"Yc u, gentlemen of the coirt, must
say t dny : 'Is this to he the doctrine in
vour church, founded on the Herip
ture, as interpreted by the standards?'
Are you prepared to mane mm aumis
Dr. AdamB Brgued to prove tha1,
Woodrow had parsed the age of doub1;
in leeching evolution, end haa ao
cep!ed evolution as true beyond per
Tbe Scripture) are not silent on the
subject. Tho Bible and confession of
faith both give accounts of the imme
di-ite milking of man. Defendant hav
ing sworn to adopt the standards and
catechisms of the church could not
exercise the right of private Judgment
and teach any other doctrine. Dr.
Woodrow is bound by the story of the
creation in tbe standard lust as any
otbor rules. He should either have
the Btandurds altered or else step down
and out. The confession of faiih said
God's body was erected after all other
Tbe Woodrow theory was that it
woe being treated along with other
creatures all the time, uoa created
man, fays our church, out of the dust
of tbe earth, aud woman out of tho
rib of man. Should Woodrow be ac
qui ted by the presbytery, the church
will be pronounced in errur
Dr. Woodrow, in his own defense,
announced that the principles of his
addrets were true ana would prevail
ag-duet all oppos ti'in. He Slid his
work bad nothing to do with his
chanae of views, and he will not dis-
cuts evolut!ou here, for he would con
sider it a profanation to discuss a quoa
CUBS B QUB3-
lion of pure BCionce in a court ot the
L'.rrd JeBliH UiiriH', hut tluuKing It un-
Stf j f jr tho Droshytery to base any ac
tion ou the views aa interpreted by
Dr. Adams he would explain that ho
had traced layer after layer of fossils
and knew along with others that these
forms of life have followed each other
in a liirliculur order. That is the part
that is nnt a bypotlidtia.
"Mv t censer s hynothesis." he said,
"that this is a hypothesis, is a vast
mist-ike. I am surprised that Dr.
Adams ghould be ashamed of having
been a quadruped. '
"Kxpla n what yon mean by your
last Kss-rtiiui, said Dr. Adams.
''I mean that man befo-e birth
passed through these intermediary
stages. How aro y m going to prove
that I am wrong? I have never s&id
tbat evolution was taught in the Bible
or anvthinir like it. Hut I do say
that the Bible does not tell us whether
the p'dcbis waa mediate or imme
Dr. Woodrow said tha standards did
not co further in explaining the crea
tion of man than the Bible bad dono
He aflltmed. in suite of what Dr
Adams had siij ah tut him, that he
did believe in the Bible and all that it
tatiaht. Was he compelled to believe
in what it did not teach ? Ho aflirmed
that he would cot rewrite a single
svlahle of the church standards. He
wou'd not take man s meaning in
Dreferenco to (iod'i meaning. Dr.
Woodrow annealed in the name of tho
MaBtar tbat un additional meaning be
p'a -ed on (nd s words.
. i i . t 1 rv
u mu iiiiai voio nurioHii vuicu f .
Woodrow not guilty and nine voted
him guil'y on the list count of the
ndiciineiit. On the other counts the
inaiority wm uirco. Dr. Adams, con
ducting tho prosecution, at once gave
notice of apptal to synod, in bparta
in uc'uuer, auu tne presoyiery u
llow Alxinlhe l ITrrt a Man.
New York Mail and Expret: Absinthe
In stinnnsed to be made in France and
Switzerland, and this aupprsition ia
bar-ed upon the fact that "somebody
et HIb" arrears amid a lot of French
on the label, with tho came raris
and a red seal with a French inscrip
tion ornamenting tha cork. Swiss
absinthe is said to be the best, but
whether any of the good kind ever
gnee to this conntry is unknown. The
absiutne is made ov poonuing np
haves and flowering tons of dillerent
snecles ol wormwood ana macerating
them in alcohol. After soaking, tbe
mixture la distilled, a little anise oil ia
added, and the emerald liquor ob
tained is the roai aostnine. rvnen
tumeric and indlao and blue vltroil en
ters into ita composition, as it does in
adulteration, then it la really a splen
did drink. Any man who would
drink It would surely put an enemy
intoh's month to steal away his brains,
but it wonld bs a very petty larcency
after all. ....
Ita chief Duality is tbat of exhilara
tion; it really reeemblea in ita direct
action nothing so much aa cocoaine.
It acta almost Instantaneously. The
llnniil. aa it nassea down the esopha
gus, atoms to smooth the kinka out of
the backbone on its way down. It
B'ralghtaoB the drinker up. The eyea
dilate and it gives a feeling of strength
to the muscles. It will be seen what
a temnnrarr e-fldaend it la to the mm
who, after a debauch, la afflicted with
Powerful as a stimulant, it culmi
nates in a terrible reaction, and, like
every drug.it 1b nsorted to to cure
tbe evil it has raured. and eventually
enclaves the man or woman who toys
with It too freely.' Of course, all men
do not become slave to it, aa all men
do not become opium fiends who "hit"
the pipe. But it a a bad thing to do-
itnniA anriiHtnmnd to.
' Kb use in the army and navy of
France ia prohibited by law. It came
into notice at tbe time of the Al
gerian war, from 1844 to JtM7, wnen n
waa recommended for ose by the sol
dierg in their liquor aa a preventive
of fever. It developed in a few years
that it was ruining the army. UDserva
tion by medical men retnlled in dis
coveries tbat deadly as it waa when
pure, it was rendered even more
ao by adultsra'ior s. Ita use, in the
II: fit place, impaireu iuh mpt-suvo m
gaas and spoiled tbe appetite. As a
no(Bwy consequence, sleeplessnees
fo'lowed, w tn ail ine ierrioi lormru
'hnt thst implies. The minds of the
absinthe fiends became derangert.
They b.iw basuuful viswe, sucn
SB it- 18 Slleg'-U ine inwuetou
eaters oily know. Tbey became
exalted and pi'ebed to a high key,
and tfhen (here came the most terrible
depression, ending of en in suioide,
and oftener still in imbecility. Loss
of bra'n and nerve power, degenera
tion of the muscles, and all the moral
perversions fpringing Iherairom were
among its effects.
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dulnng my entire personal attentioh, llhave
concluded to quit the mercantile part ol my
uiiness, and now ffer my entire stock of
for sale. Will rent or lease to purchaser,
desired, my two-story iron-front building
containing stock, on reasonable terms. An
one wishing to go into business can'iecur
bargain by calling on DEO. LAUR,
JulyS, IS. GRENADA, MISS
AUGUST 20. 1886.
IJLPOIXOI dlL, PrealdeaU
XU 4, n
iMBi A aniuL rru am uiui mkbibmmm.
AHUARTER OF A MILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
B. TTTRBTKNHZTsf . WK. I. COU j JAMM RMLLT,
A. MANSFIELD. P.
OfHee 19 SJaallaon Street, MemphtM, Tetiii
THE PETERS & SAWRIE 0Qt
M. JONES, Proidiat. . I. F. PETERS, Vice-PraildanU
iW. I. I. KAWRIE, Secretary and TrMuror.
(MnrcrMor lo Peter' Sawrle.)
MAN UFACI UBEBS OF THE "MAGNOLIA BRAXD "
rt t n l TV ft
30 39 and 40 Jefferson Street.
I H. JONBS. JNO. K. RPIBD. I. F. PTBR8, dKO. ARNObP, W. D. F.
DRUFF I OLIVER.
till ! he aaarket
209 MAIN STREET,
Cotton Factors, VlioIesala Grocery
KTo. 30G Front sir eel, : Meiuphin, Tet
M. 0. PBARCK.
Cotton factors & Commission F.lerch'is,
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
4'ottAsi Warfihuner Hae. 88 aadOe, sjalon Strews
SLEDGE BEOS., of Como, Miss.
Nob. 356 and 358 Front Street SSeispMs Tenn.
r. . aUIM,
B. W. CBSWEU,
ALSTON, GBOWELL & CO,
Irni Commli&ion Xercbaata. Haj.Cora Oata,Brai, Chop Feed, OU-Meal,
Ua?, Cement, Plaster, Bauaiag anu aire unci, hr
ront and Union, 1 Howard Itow, MempMg.
HILL FONTAINE &
Cotton Factors and
ITrontSt., JHempliia. Tenn.
ML FONTAIl & 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission Merchants,
BTo. HO Bonth Haln St.. St. TtmU.
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
N. 303 Mlii Btreet. QT Blck.
rro. TYTr. . . MEMPHIS. TENH
J. A. BAILEY. -
J. A. BAILEY & CO,,
A LARQB AND COMPLKTB BTOLri
A Jiaterials, rumps, win " "
W. J. WILSISaai.TUe-rmMOTt.
V. D. BITHILL. ,Z
with fall Mort
Fin lata ed
t t MEMPHIS, TENN".
JOHN Ii. MoCLKLLAH.
F. M. NORFLEET, Resident Partner.
a. w. tomlin: .wm. benjks.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlk & 'Eenjes,
179 Main St., Memphis,
Offer apodal inducements in Open Bacgli
of our own make, at Tp buggies s
oar own make, at (12(1. All work w'
ranted. Call betore you buy.
sir Having disrised of our entire s0
Vehicle? and t',& Manufncturing '"A11"
mont to M'.tm TOMLIN a b,5'
bMa'K lor them a e-mtinuo"' ot
pa roDSKC ln eston-1" 10 u'
WM I) III' F t-i 1, 0, EH
H. H. MAtBT.
mi & EEILLTp
. b. wm.
,j. a ix;r) STKtM
r r JStwt PiMl ,lM futures. 01ob. Kt
The Higbee School
FOR THE HIOHIR
Education of Young Ladies, j
Bealet Laaderdale and JemiamlDa Stl.. I
Incorporated with CoUealato Prtv.j
AN INSTITUTION OF HIGH REPUTE .
AND KHOWK KXCELLENCK.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept 20,
WThoronah English and Clatiioal Course
Modern Language by Foreign Teacheri.
Book-keeping, btort-hand and lypa
writing taught. (
bcBooii oi Art, muMo ana Elocution note
for ezoeptioml advarttges.
Special itudenta received in every depar
A new and elegant building will beevcti
daring the summer and fall, waerein will
furnished a spaoious stud? hall, large p
mary school-rooms, class-rooms, laborutor
library, gymnasium and art gallery, whii
with the elegant nianMon used for board!
pupils and the wooded pleasure aroun
will form one ot the most complete icd
foundations in the fcouth.
Catalogues ready August 4th. '
rnr inliirmation address
Clara Conway Institu).
WILL B KOPEK '
Monday, Oetober 4, 186.
Enrollment Ltt Term, 322
A SCHOOL for the development of for
ous, thoughlui, nohu womarood.
This result is r-ached by breadtlani
thoroughness of inntruction and theavken
lng of patient, eurnest endeavor, .new
and commodious boarding departmet h
just been completed.
The department of dressmaking aa mil
linery is added lor tbe first time.
In the absence of the Principal, wit is ia
Europe frr the summer, oatnlognes ,'ill be
fiirnifth,l An nimlicutlnn In Mra. V,. 1 Mo
ton, 223 Adams street, or they will b found
at any of the city book stores. .
St. Agnes Female Acacmy,
TIIIS Institution is delightfully lituated
in a retired and hentthy part of I he city
of Memphis, comuinmliiig the advantage of
town and country. The entire surrundings
breathe an air of peaoelul sooluiint, which
ever eierts so poworlul an influenreover the
moral, physioil ana intellectual lie. ine
course of study embraces the various
branches of a solid and useful ecucntton.
In the regular Engllfh course, the upils on
enttring aro rankud according to their pro-
nciency in urmguipny,rauiuar anu arua
metio. Particular attention is given to Sa
cred and Profane History. Rhetoric and
Composition. Win and l'ronch enter into
the regular course. A rortion of time is al
lowed to each i'Uj il fur Plain and Ornamen
tal Needlework, Khcll. flowers, etc Terms,'
rer Hession, p jnble hnlf-yeuily, invariably
n advance. For board and tuition in all
branches taught in tho highest schools,
Plain Sewing, Marking.ctc , Bed, Bedding.
Stationery and Washing, 811)0 and 8j25, ac
cording to the age or class of the pupil.
Special terms when several members of tha
tame family attend tfao school. No allow
ance is made for partial absence or with
drawal before the eipiration of the te-m, ex
cept in oases of serious or protracted Illness.
Extb. a German, Italian, etc, each 112;
Musio on Piano and use of instrument, 830;
Drawing and Water Colors, 10s Oil Paint
ing, 820; EmbroiJiiry and Ornamental Work,
810; Use of Library, 12; Vocul Musio in class,
ffi; Private Lessons, 815. Board per mont
during vacation, if spent at the Acadenxj
washing, eic, 815. Medioine and physicic1 "
fees will form extra ohargea Terms i fc "
pupils, 83, 84, 85 or 86 per month. F' Iur"
ther particulars apply tothoy ST7pptI0R,
Tulane University ofLoiisiana.
IFormerly, 1M7-188I, the U-versuy oi
1 diseases of the Southwe, ,
as the law feoures (Tl . tal with iu
als from th great Civrir "l',ta , wlths
700 beds, and 20.IHI0 pitts annunlly bb
n tt he. ck? a. ninBnlV.Hher institution. For
i rrs finvnninircs inr uriirnc'. . . .
I 1 rOj. B. v, nrlnnna. I.n.
P. 0. Urawoi: "
THK srrfE FEMALE
i V V.,ra.n Runt. 13. 1XS6
VV . TiTalthful and delightful suburb, ao-
''ii,r,j car lines to and trom an parts or
Jlstruction thorough, and according
ihjnost approved educational methods.
sverior and tmirod specialists in ihe va--jjs
Departments ol Musio, Art. Elocution,
lisdern Lannungos, Science, Classics and
For further puniou'nrs apply te
&1ISSM0LLIB K. MARSHALL, Pr'n..
lIonkliiKtslIe Klgli l oliool.
THE fourteenth scho!:i -tio year of this well
csUblished, limi'c i, soloct "pool for
boys and y. ungmen will begin MOJ. DAI,
August 30, 18wi Instruction is given in a
lull course i-f Enaiish, Lnlin. Greek. Ger
man, Higher Mathematics and Bookkeeping.
'1 borough teachiogaud strict discipline char
acterise the school.
Terms for tension of 40 Weeks Tuition,
tM; Tuition and Board, 8225. Boarding pu
pils are requirad to board in the family of tha
Principal. For further information addresa
J. 0. FERRKLL. Ilopkinsville, ky.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
BEDFOHD CO., VIRUIM.
The 8lat Annnal Npnlon Open Se
Irmlx-r in, lsiMB.
For catalogue or special information, ap
ply to Mellevne F. O,, V.
W. K. sjBltOT. Principal.
NhsIivIIIp. Tciin Real Southert
Home lor OiHs. 3? Girls this year. A non
I'ilirUlll&UU UJ U1DU Ml ""
...i In in nil cburchos.
1 A ami T.itnL'IIUlfnS.
t or l.atalogua
d.lross V"'.:.'.-"!. :
ANDEIMJI LT UNIVERSITY
Seven DUtlnot Departments : Aendcmio,
Engineering, Hibiiral, Law, Pharmacy,
M.3l...,l. Dnntal. Prca tuition to StU-
denss in Theology and Manual Technology.
Catalogue sent free on application to WILS
WILLIAMS, aecrerary, fiasnviiie. una.
Deshler Female Institute
jBonrdiiiK al y School for Tonnsr
Tn ANNUAL SESSION opens Wednes
day. Sont. 1, 18Krt. Full Faculty of ex-
nerienced and aooompliihed teachers, ynar-
f : i ,u li-ir.t.nium in all its ap
pointments. Board, inoluding fuel and
lights, tuition in entire Literary Depart
ment, embracing Ancient and Modern Lan
guages, with Music, will be furnished the
entire year for 820 In advance; the above,
with Art, 8225. Catalogues, containing full
particulars, seni on am iiciuiiiu.
N KLlUltiiNOy. A.M.. Principal.
Georgetown College, D. C.
THE ACAIsaMltJ AMIS Nt:it.nTirisj
Hl'Iluoi.iopenaeptcuiDery, iboo. nppiy
a P.a.lHiti, t. nf the ColU fire.
THE M'HOOL OK MtlUC'IHE open!
Sept. 20, isa. Appu to rroi. 4. v. a.
LoveJoy, M.D.. tWO 12th street, N. W.,
THE Hi lluOL F LAW opens on tha
First "Wednesday in uctoner. appiy '
Saml. H. Voatman. Seo'y, corner 6th and
t. itreeU, N. W., Washington, DO.
JAMK8 A. DOONAN.B. J..Pres't.
Bartlett Normal School
AND TRAINING INSTITUTE oa BOTH
SEXES A sohool noted for ita progres
sive methods and its thorough, honest and
practioal Instruction, uoursa oi iiuaj ar
ranged ta meet the demands of the times.
Degrees conferred, tuition oheap, board fiora
18 to 812.50 per month, looation pleasant,
sehool well equipped. Studenti received
any time, rlrst lerm opens nuiun
(econd Term, October aath. Address
NK1IHARDT A N EU H A RDT, Bartlett, Tenn
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high grade for
Boys and Uirls. Knglish Course, Latin.
Greek, Music and Art thoroughly taught;
Book-keeping als. Bovs fitted for college.
For oatalogues address the Principal,
R. t. CUEW. yomerville. Tenn. .
St Mary's School,
SOS Poplar Mtm-t,
MEJIPBI", I I
t i t TKNHENLK
ABUaltlmu anu uay ocnooi ior
Ladies and Children, under tbe charge
. ci.. u. u... Artl Fnyli.h
and Day School for Young
i tha Sisters of St.
Mary, of tbe English
Church. Number of pa
mils limited initsi.
Next school lerm begins Wyptcintcr m.
NEAR CH ARLOTTESVILLB, VA.
For Boys and Young Men. Fend for catalogna
JOHN R. SAMPSON, A.M., Principal.
Riv. EDGAR WOODS, Ph. D , AssocUU.