MfcMfcHiS DAILY APJ?EAL FRIDAY , OCTOBER 1, 1886.
ST WHICH FOCRKEN ARE BLOWS
lad Great Damage I Done-Narrow
Eacipeof Hotel Oaestt
Baktow, os thi Sodnd, N. Y., Sep
tember SO. A ternfin explosion oc
curred at the Ditanar Powder AVeikr,
Bar Ch'er, on the Harlem Kiver
branch cl the New York and New
Haven railroad, about 10 o'clock this
mcroina, reenltinn in the instsnta
neoua death ol four men employed in
the (actery -The explosion occurred
in the packing bouse, a, one atory
frame building 20 by 30 feet in the
center of the grounds, and about 200
yards from the main factory, a large
bui'ding near the water where the
bulk of the Riaut powder and nitro
glycerine osei in toe new aqueduct
work is being manufactured. The mm
were bard at woik patting up and
packing cart'idges when suddenly end
without warning the explosion oc
curred, ehatteriig the building to
splinters and b oaring the four men to
liagmenta. l tie npioumg powuer, oi
wbicb thete was a large quantity, shot
up in o the a r as high as fifty feet,
and splinter ot the building were
blown over a nvle distant. The Dames
of the rri'i killed are as follows :
Mx Himlb ilt.
McnLiog was lrft of them except the
fragment! cf their bodies. Their
hands, less, feet, arms and pieces of
tbeir sciil n, backbones and chirred
blUof flcBh were ectttornd in eroiy
dirt ctinn from 600 ta COO feet from
the ptckini houre.
Max Urnjie', foreman of the works,
gays the eaplosion was cansad by two
men sbootiug into tbe building. He
was in the I acking donee at the time,
and, going out, f und two men wr-o
said tbey wtra cbo .tmg squirrels. He
Bays he threatened them witd armt
aid tbey tt eu became impudent. As
the-ezplosion occurred tbe men were
seen hurrlng away.
K. 11 Btanffiid, supsriotandent cf
theThor;t Powder Oompany, near
by, picked up a box full of fragments
of dead men, and others assisted in tbe
work, and the remains were all put in
a heap to await the coroner's arrival.
One of the dead men haves a family
inG.-rmany. Tbe others were single
men. Thlr clothing wai burned to
eh rods. Tbe manufactory of tbe Dit
mar works wag nearly wrecked,
one end being blown tn piecer, ex
posing the in e ior. Aftr tbe ex-
JiloBion the lower timbers of the bulld
og took fire and burned fiercely. A
lame tree mar bv wis torn up by tbe
Too'.a and brancea of othfr trees were
blown away. Tbe ground around for
half a ml e was strewn wi h fragment!
of tbe dead, eplmto s, packing paper,
etc. The violence of the explosion
abojk houses iu Biitowu, acro;s tbe
creek from Bay Chester. Many win
dows in John fi liott'e Biyvlew Hotel
at Telham bridge, ovxr a mile away,
were ibat'ered. Thomas D nwoodie'a
blacksmith shop at W eitchvster was
ahaken violent v. and windows in
many houses in the same village were
broken. Tois is the tecond explosion
that ha cccurred in these works this
vea'. The one last winter blew a man
to fragment. Ibo remains of the
men killed today could notprssibly be
Maov persons living miles away
drove burriedly to ton scene and sumo
ol them helped to ga'ht-r together tbe
fragments of the dead men. The win
dows, aashva and doora in tbe railroad
station at By Chester, not far from
tbe powder works, were blown to frag
ments, and tie windows In the other
bovine were damaged, but no one out
side the factory was hurt.
Freight Trala Niuaabed.
Nils, Mich, September 30. The
way freight going west on the Michl
can Oantral broke in two soctinns two
miles west ol here. Ths tedious ran
together, throwing the cars across
both tracks, and an oast bound freight
ran into the wreck, smashing both
trains. Brakoman W. . Woodward
and Firtimn W. 8. Huntington were
injured. TrafUowas dolayed several
Earana or Hotel (Jurat
PiTTHKiii.n, Mass., Sopiomber 30
At 6 oVIot k this morning flrn broke
out In thebeeomenlol theClill House,
a very large boarding bouse, which
waa crowded with gnost, in Lenox
There was a panic among the boarders
and aoms ol tbem wade narrow es'
capes but no lives were lost. The
furniture was nearly all destroyed.
The gueata lost largely, mainly in
clothing, money and jewelry, they
having no time to eecure anything.
Lots on tbe bouse, ( 0,000; partial!
insured. Tbe cottage ol tba Oil
' House was also burned. Loee, $10,000.
The country arat cf John K Barnea
was somewhat damaged, but was saved
by great exert! tu. The town has no
fire department , '
A Flra Luckily ChMkoal.
Manitowoc, Wis, September SO.
A fire broke out in the southwestern
' part of tbeclty early this morning and
destroyed seven dwellings and five
barns. Loss about $0000; Insurance
unknown. A bigh wind prevailed
and a general conllagratbn was threat
ened at one time. 1
Hilled by a Trala.
Hannibal, Ma, 8,'pteuiber 30
Pjniel Dwyrr, JuHlie of the lVace of
Clay townehip, Hills ciunty, was
kill.d by the S. Louis ai d Hannibal
paiaenger train lest night. He was in
the c'ty yeeterday on bus nena, became
iutoxita ed and attempted to gi home
in that stale. On reaching ttie rail
road traik be forcod his hone to fol
low it instead cf the wagon road, and
in nrrsstng a bridge he was thrown off
on the track end stunned. He did
not recover totore tbe tra n arrived,
and ta no ore cams alo g he was iuu
over aad killed.
Tub Cestury will soon rjnblish iwn
cf Mr. lieorge W. Cable's storltH,
Urande Poiuto" and "Caratcro,"eacn
of the:n to run through two number
of the mrgiuine. Mr. Kemble, ths
erlis', ba recently paid a visit to the
Lon'siaua Acad!an country, In order
to illu-t'a et eeetjries with genuine
TuaR v. J. M. BjcVley, DD ed
itor of the Chritlinn Adiwate, ard au
thor of the article w-cMly published
in Tlie Otiury'in 1 Fith Hmlirgand
Kindred Piiouomurja," will toatiioiite
to the ssimi ruaifi 7.r.e a reriua if ar
ticles on the fui jetit ol Dream, Pre
sentiment, Astrology, Cluitvoynnco
and bpirituBliam, of which he has
made a life-long study.
Tbb Marshall (Mich.) Chronicle sjys:
"iire. Mary Tyler, ot Eommiile.MaeB.,
is vl'ttlrjgre'atives in Michigan. Mre.
Ty'er wa, Inlher girlhocd, theonr
of that woaderful Iamb immortlized
by John Roalaton in tbe poetn 'Mary
bad a little lamb,' etc." Truly, Mich
igan is accumulating a fin 1 it of cori
oit ea. All aba needa now ia a door
tender aid an admission fee of 10
Cassbll's Natiokal Libbaby, at 10
cen's per volume.i ia the best ae'i's
now before the English speaking pub
lic, and ia emiaetaiy worthy of its
purpose the bringing within tbe
reach of the masses of many of tbe
moet valued of tbe treasnrea cf Eng
lish, French and German literature.
There is not in all tbat have been
published of tbeee little volumes a
alngle one that could be objected to
by tbe most fastidious; on the con
trary, they have had, some of them,
for more than a century tbe prabe c f
scholars and thioke s, whose com
mendation would be to any mm of
)e'tra a most enviable pr a I. O.der
Johi Estbx Cooks, the author, died
on Monday lart at h s home in Clarke
county, Vs. He was born in Win
chester. Va.. November 3. 1830. stud
ied law and waa admitted to tbe bar in
1851. He wrote several novels found
ed mainly upon scents and incidents
in the dhily history ol Virginia. Dar
ing a part of tbe civil war he whs on
tbe ittU'of Qen. "Stonewall" Jackson
and Gen. R E. Le. After tbe war
be was f ir a while a rodent in New
York, where he was engaged iu jour
nalism, but lubeeuuently returned to
bis farm near Winches'er, Va. Bt-
bidus numerous cnntrlbulious to pert-
ndicals.he hia DnbliBed Ltalher Stock-
ingt and Silk, The Youth of Jtlfermn, and
Ike innna Vomedxanf I he l.aL ot
the Foritttrt, Henry Si. John, Gentlciintn;
Life of Ntontwalt Jacknun, Wearing of llie
Uray, tloltun, or Latl Uaytof Lee ana
Hit Paladins; Hilt to Hill, or Day and
Might on Hit Shenandoah; Hammer and
Jtapier, (hit of the Foam, Life of Roheit
E. Doctor Van Dyke, Her Ma jetty
the Qiwen Jtutin Jlarley, Canollct, S'oriet
of tltt Old Dominion, and Mr. Oranlley'i
b'TBANoi to say, t 11 ere has never
been a book wri ten giving a complete
and autbori'ative account of the pro
fessional criminals of America, al
though the want of such a orte has
been long felt. It Is mot now, how
tvar, by thi very beit man for that
purpofce Thnniaa Byrnep, inspector rf
police and chief of detectives, of New
York City. Thia important volume
will be published on or about the 10th
of October by Messrs. Caesell & Co.,
and cintains the portraits, ped
igrees nd rf cords ol a large nunbr
of celebrated professional criminals
who are now plyin? their vocation in
all parts of the United States. The
por raits a-e heliotvpe copies of 'ho
original photographe, and they will ba
of great value to banks, jnuges, die
trioia'torneys, sherifls, chiefs of police,
det ctlve olIite-B, c instable?, marehils,
hotel and boarding houue keeptrc,
la'ge commercial hon es, newspaper
olhces, and, In fact, ti any portou who
may be liable to come In contact with
the criminal elapses. Indeed, with
the use of this book, every min may
be hit own dttootive.
Tub first number of the Memotr of
My Ltfe, by Uen. John Charles Fre
mont, la made additionally attractive
by "A Sketch of the L'f of Senator
B;nlon," by bis daughter, Jtasie Ben-
tin Fremont. It iB pro uso v JHus-
traterl with portraits of QeneraT aod
Mrs. Fremont, th la'e Senator Ben
ton, Tbomas Jellor.'on, aod a map
showing the territorial limits of the
Un ted Slates in 1783 and the territory
since acquired by ptirchaasand treaty.
The story ot loin is.nton ia tota wun
charmingly simple directness, and
Uen. Fremont's history poa semes an
Interest that reaches bevond him per-
Binallyand into the histrry of tbe
country betwfon 1840 and 18(1(1, the
moet momentous period In the tile
of the republic Tbat this work, bo
cirefully produced by tbe pnb'isherp,
FeliorC, Clarke Uo., ol Uliicego, la
deatiued to a wide circnla'lon, goes
without laying. Uen. Fremont for
mnny yoars, as explorer and toldier,
filled a large place in thn public
eatcein. aod whar.'Le has tn toll of his
experiences aa l atbuader and first
Republican candidate for the Presi
dency cannot fail of interea', f t tbe
I'R. (JIIARI.IH MACK AY in IliS DOW
book on "The Founders of the Ameri
can Ropubic," maks the aeaeitiou
that In this country olllcial corruption
pernio itesall c'a'ens ex pt that which
IncludeB the President, tue Judges of
the Supreme Court and a few ot hoi a
who might bs counted on the fingers
of both haudr. The greatest dangar
Dr. Mai liar perc;ivos here is the in
satiable desire to make the republic
one and Indivisible, "and ultimately
to abulieh Bute rights, ui dear to the
hearts and the judgment of the found
ers of the original Union in the days
of Washington. The dear is for
aicendeucy and dominion rather than
for liberty -J pa'sionwtikh 1b the vice
of all great demooraciea." Dr. Mack ny
affirms that tbe leading thought in
Ameiican brearts Is the desire to
make the United 8 ahs fie fl st pnwer
in the world, and to relegate Great
Britain into the second rank. "All
other questions that impeiil tbe peace
and liberty of the American people
sibk into Ualgnificance compared with
tbe growing lust of dominion and the
tendency to the cooc miration of pilit
iral power at the expense cf the free
local governments." 1
Tub Chubuh Rkvikw for Pap'ember
cos:e'S9S special internal ior cliur 'b
men, beciuse Dr. Huntinirton emtio
uea h'a review of the "Bick An
nexed," which be concludes with the
suggestion that tlie Uentral Conven
tion of tbe Cliurcb in October take up
tno maiisrotiiie revision ol llie Urok
of Common Prayer and make final dis
position ot it. And in this be is right
Tbe Church s do iterative bodit
ought, bith ol thorn, bv a uoanlmou
vote leave the Prayer B ox, as it ia.
VT. J. maco'iiie ruerreii nas a paper
on "liegei e i uuoeoiiny oi rtmigiop,
trea eu oi couno nom me. tfl'Utcu i
standpoint. Dr. Cloland K. Nelson
has a paper of exceeding meiit on
"The Ttieoi gy ot lbs llehiew Cbii
iano" based on a Greek aud Kng ish
tuition ci tue tp sue, with critical
end explanatory rotes, an I a work
hv tbei fame author Fiedirick
Kendall the tit e of -which Is that
ol tbe art'cle. Tula is a paper of ar-at
ratr , exHtutitng rare ana rcholarihip
in its treatment cf the most importaut
oi ait vie cjiiatis oi i-aui. lo clergy
men it la tu I ol instruction and rood
advice, "ine Hymnal," by Dr. Sum
uel B -nedict, in view of tuo near np
prnauti il the convention of the
Cturchg nerd, lica Bnecial lntire
and tne eatue may be siid of th
"Uonnnuten ni t, ;cieia t cal Courts,
by Mr. 8. P. N eli. The Ti, Oonh
f . - L' . I II . . . . .
oi me rupurnaiu'H', ry lti Uiv. '
S. Cartwright, ie a timely ntt cle on
timely topic. 'lhe dcparitnent of
"Lonrempora-y bit rature" in uu
inua ly tu 1 and covers a wide range
fiom fin lou to thootoiv. We cor
dially commend tbo Church A'mVir to
the roiding puliiic as among the nioa
cinsieumt and conservatively tem
pered of leligious penodicale. Mans-
lora wilt O der it.
THE NATIONAL CiriTAl.
DECREASE 15 THE PUBLIC DEBT
Nearly $11,000,000 Saval Promo
tion Ueneral Biles'i Report
Wasbinotok, September 30 It is
is imated at tbe Treasury Department
today tbat there baa been a decreaee
of nearly tll.OCO.OOO in tbe public
debt during Septamber.
Am pele" for Promollaaia la the
Washihotok, Beptember 30. Tbe
retirement of Rear Admiral Queen, on
October 6 b, will make tbe opportu
nity fir the following promotions:
Commodore Ralph Chandler, to be
rear admira' ; Capt. A. W. Weaver, lo
bs commodore; Commander C. M.
Schoonmaker, to becsptainj Lieuten
ant Commander George W. Plgman,
to bs commander; Lieut. H. N. Man-
ney, ti be lieutenant commander;
cut. T. IS IJ. w. veuer, junior
grade, to be lieutenant, and Loeign
William ruliain, to De ueuieuaoi.,
Waata aa Oplaloa oa Ifatra Boxes.
Washington, September 30, Act-
ng Becretary ra'rcina nas sbkbu me
tt rney Uenerei ior en opinion as 10
eduttable vaiue of boxes containing
safety matchee, and also cf tbe ordi-
ary match bx, wutcn boxes are pre-
ared in (U'tb way as to be necessary
in the ubs cf their contents.
AppolDtmema bj lhe Prealdeat.
Wasiusotom, September 30. -Tbe
Preeioent todev eppointed Quincy A.
Brooka to be Co'lectir of Customs for
the District of Puget Sound ; Coaley
Mann to be Col'ector of Customs for
irick8burg, Miss, and William 11.
Qreeohow to Le pos'niattor at Hor-nellsviile.
The most wonderful Pain-Curer the world has ever
known. Its effects are Instantaneous.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla.
E, ti APP
Wholesale Grocers & Goiion Factors,
364 FRONT STREET. MEMPHIS. TENW.
-LUMBER YARB !
At Nfinalor l-'alr'a l'rrnt Apnea!.
WafHiaoTON, 8ptember31 It was
n oGsean- nce oi hft urgent appeals
of Senat jr Fair tbat the President con
sented to tbe r opening of tbe mint at
Cartou City, Nevada.
Udnernl Mll' Auanal Ilrport.
Waruimgton, Hcptember 80. Gen.
Milob'a annual repoit, embodying the
surrender of Ciaio liuio, has been re-
eived by the Acting necrelary of
War. Gen. Milts, it is Baid, reports
that he eccp'ed the surrender ot the
aarrga cti.eitam, agreeing as amoni
the conditions tba'. he would not be
Htirren loie i to tbe civil authorities of
Arizona for trial, and that he should
be taken away from that vicinity. -
The leoo t shows tbat ueronimo
and his companions were not csptured,
but turiendered conditionally. He
acknowledges that he promised tbe
host IB tbat they should not be turnru
ovr to the civil authorities of Arizona
nd tbat their liv 8 should be spared
by removing them from the country
mrxeiiateiy. J bis accounts ior uen.
Miles'B fai u-e to obey the instructions
of the War. Department to confine the
bosti b at tbe nearest post.
Theftiureaye: Toe tact tbat uen.
Miles accepted a conditional surren
der, when tbe positive instructions of
tbe government were mat not Ding dui
capture or an unconditional surrender
abould determine tbe Apacna cam
paign, raises a very grave question for
the considers ion of the President and
Swcretsry of War. Wbat the r.-solt
will be can only he CDDiocturea, out
unless there are s .mo very extunu-
atlrg o.rcumstances not apparent on
the outdde, a repiimand is the least
that can bs expi ctsd.
Tbe report euows trnt tne nosuieB
never before had been driven to such
a stage of desperation, and that they
could nut have eto:d out against the
roopa much longer, but neverthelera,
the War Dopuritueat would undoubt
edly bave preferred the Indian war to
ait another year ra tier tlian ttial me
lios i ej snouid surrender upon their
own terms. II is said that Gen.
Mileb's cunpaign did not practically
diller from that of Gen. Crook, and
tbat the latter Vomd have secured the
luetics, on similar conditions to these
arcpted by Uen. Miles, last January,
wben Uerouiino expressed a willing
ness to snrrender, but escaped when
he found that he could secure no as
surance o! safety fiom Gen. Crook.
Co'. Miles s report is very long and
intitietting. He devoted the greater
poit'ou (1 it to mi recount of the
pursuit of the Indians since be took
command. He shows bow his campaign
dilterel frrm ti nt of Uen. Crooks'.
Tbe latter usoi blandly Indians to
fight the bis'ilcs, will Gen. Miles
pursued them, tbe United mates
tr jops iisiu;( only a fdw Indians as
Urlnkley. ArkH SIaaafaclurer el
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-mrw cuuti.a nni.J K n iiwmlll In th Snnth for IIiincordcriDromDtlv.
flooring, Ceiliftf, Siding, 8tep LumWand CrpreM Shingloi a apooialtyi alio, Jramlaa
Lnmbtr of all dim.Datuni. Wa muka the Wholoaala Buainaaa a sptoial foatura. Oraatl
solicited and promptly filled.
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No. 344 Main Street Memphis Tenn.
-ri nr.mT rnw appMCATlox.
KELLY, ROPER &
Gr ocers & Cotton Factors,
fim. 99 Main Street, Oaye Block.
JHO. S. T00F,
J. S. MaTIQHE.
W. O. PATTKSOK.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factors
And Dealers In Leree and Ilallroad Nnpplien,
No. 374 Front Street Memphis Tennessee.
PETERS & SAWBIE CO
M. JONES, Pr.ildent. I. F. PETERS, Vica-Praaidaak
dtT. D. f. SAWRIK, Beoratary and Ireuarar.
(Nnceeuora lo Peters A Sawrle,)
MAMFACTLKEUS OF THE "MAfcLNOLU BKAND"
3 39 and 40 Jefleraou Street.
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tt. E. WITT.
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Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
8981398 Front St., Hemplila, Teatn.
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Cotton Factors. Commission Oerchante,
Ho. 11C Bontb Slain St.. St. IbI.
DEALER IN WALL PAPER
Window Shades, Picture Kail Mouldings and Mixed Taints.
HOUSE. SIGN AND FRESCO PAINTER.
aaked to Leave the Hooin of the
New Yobk. Sep'ember 30. Lawyer
Willard Brown tome davs invitad
the Socialist! Aveting and Lrlbknecbt
to dine ailh Elm at tbe Manhattan
Club YfsUrdav. In accordance witb
the invitation the three were eathered
around a small table enjoying agiod
dinner veftrday altfruoon. They
were toe centie ci avraction ior tne
fw d' tins of members in tbe building
and tbeir presence was soon known to
the BDyernors. A baity conaaltatlon
was hfld and U wat dnctded to ask
Mr. Brown to invite hii roclatlstiu
auests to leave the bui'ding. This
was done ana tne uoweicome guests
departed. Mr. Brown afterwards ex-
Dlained that he had usen introaucea
to the a'.ranaprs in London by Henry
Irving and w;s rot aaart Out 1 e wai
violatina any rules of th c u in
briiinirg tbe disorder preaching vlBit-
o s within ita nr ors.
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Vrrrrl wh utrirt rrnl toIiritr.(lrn1h n
H.'ultTituhii-". Ir. l-i l.Vn llkm rmd.r ''"l""'
l.ilnuu, ViuiiiuLciuon, oto., llur llkloljr.
ewCC BAKikS POWDfn eO. CMcmp an St. iavSC
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 314 Front Street, Torner ot Monroe, Memphis. Tenn.
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steh, mm & co
HO.S50 AND 858 FROST STREET, IIEMPIIIil, TESTHn
STEWART BROTHERS & COHPMY
COTTON FACTORS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Co Ion Fac
R, FRANK & CO.
891 Front Mteet, Opposite Cnwtom IIohho.
W. If. HOBTOI,
Lata of Maaoham A Horton.
t. W. BAILKT.
Lata of Bailey A CoTlnitot'
DAY, HORTON & BAILEY,
GROCERS AND COTTON FACTORS,
3RO.302 Front Street Memnhls Tenn.
L. D. MULL1NB, of late J. R. Godwin k Oo. JAB. YONQK. lata of 1. W. Caldw.ll
MULLINS & YONOE,
Cotton Factors Commission merchants
No. 1 Howard's Row. Cor. Front and Union. Mfiintibi
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GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS
And Commission Hercliants,
SCO and 262 Front St., Mennilila, Tenn.
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MflN f (ISa, rLANTKK FAUIS,
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m,2 rWOPTimi.rTP!T.MT!MPyTTS TT.W.
LANGSTAFF & COMPANY
322 and 324 Main Street.
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LI . i 9
, , . " -7'.. . t 1
GRAIN, PRODUCE, HIDES, FURS, Etc.
LIBERAL ADVANCES OX CONSIGNMENTS.
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Falmer.Tborntoi I Co
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers,
No. 80 JPront nfreet. t Memnh.M. TaT
tlVERY, BOARDING AND SALE STABLE
No. 331 Second Street Memphis, Tenn.
aarXlxi.e Htoo !..- star 0 1 y 1 1 a la. I'vax'ia.ovata.-va
Waihiniuia. D. )..
op.ni October lftih. Pro? d a a rrot,cll
uiaful bofinesaeduoatlon. Termc Lifeachol
arnhip, 110 Bonrdinr, atationerr, etc..
twlve weka' curt., 15. ior eiroular (Iree)
ddrei Martyn Com in rem voiitta.
The Higbee Schocl
FOR TBB BIQIIER
Education of Young Ladies
Beale, Landerdala and Jaaaamlna ttj.,
Iatcornorattd 'ollttale Prlv
AM INB riTtlTIoN OF Hlflll REPUTE
AND KNOWN EXCELLENCE.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept 20.
"Thorooch EnnUcb an Cla'alcil Cnnrw.
Modern L.nauaitea by Koreign Teachera.
Book-keepinn, tiuort-hand and lype
writina tauht. . j
Bchoola ol Art. Muale and Elocution noted
for exceptional advantaaes.
Special atudenU receued In erery depurt-
"""new and elerant bnildlna will barcd
durina the auininer and lall, wh.reln will ba
turniahed a apncioua itudy hall, Urge pri
mary aohool-rooroa. olafa-ronma, laboratorT,
library, aymnaaium and art tallery, which,
with the elegant manrion naed lor boarding
pupila and the wooded pleuure gronnda,
will form one ot ihe molt complete ickoe)
foundation! In the South.
CaUlotnea ready Auguat 4th.
For information addrc aa
MISS JENNY M. I1IUBRE. Principal.
For Yonnai Ladlea and Children,
NO. 498 SHELBY ST.
KleTenlh Annual fVaaion will begin Won.
day. rM-iilriiaiM-r 8t. ISHO.
Tulane Un! rt-VsIty ofLouislana.
IFormerly, 1M7-1SK4, the University of
ITS adrnntrgea fur practical Inatructlcn In
diaeaacaot (ha Southwest nro unrivaled,
aa the Inw aecurea it auperundiint nmteri-
la from th great Tharity Uoapital with IU
7liil beAa, and 2.ki0 pa'irnta annually. Stu
dent" hatenoliojp tal-fcea to a and ape
ciiil inntruction ia daily given at the bedatda
oltheaick.aa in ao other inatitutiun. For
catalogue or information, aildreM
Prof. S. E. CIUILLR, M. IK, Dean.
F. O. Drawer Ml. Now Orioani, La.
SCHOOL OF ART
THE lUi; BEE rjCUOOL.
jHEMPniS, - . - . TENJT.
DRAWING, Painting and Wood Carving
tangbt by the methoda of the celebrated
Cincinnati School of Dcaign. Firat ancoeaa
fully introduced bore by Miaa Carrie Dee
londt Dobyna, Principal Bohool of Art, the
Nvaad for Sprrlal i'lrenlar for
PEIERSDUKQ, VA. The Twenty-aecond
Annual Seaaion of thia School for Boya
begin! the firat Mondny in October. Thor
ough preparationa for University of Vir
ginia, leading Engineering Schoola and
United Statea Military and Naval Acade
mioii highly reoornmeridcd by Faculty of
Univeriityot Virginia; fu'l atnff of inatroet
ora; aituatlon healthlcl. Early application
adviaed, a. number of bnnrde's ia atrictl
limited. For catiilnirne ndilrova
w. QWD()N MnriAHK. Head Maater.
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on tba firat of September. Voioe Training
and Vooaliaatlon a aiecialtl .
Apply at K. WiUnmnn St Co.'a, Eecond
atreet.or 0. K. Houck. Main atreet.
Georgetown College, D. C. ,
T"K ArllHltl AN It 1F.XTIFIC
M41IOOI.N open September 9, ISM. Apply
to I'reaident of the Co lrgc.
1'MK Nt'HUiat, MiOICINE opens
Sept. 2t(, 1K)H'. Apply " Prof. J. W. II.
Loveioy, M.D.. ttiO 2th atreet, N. W.,
Waphington, I). C.
Tilt: aii H.iOL a F 1 AW opena on tba
Firet Vednoaday in October. Apply to
Kami. M. Yca'man. Sen'y, corner hia and
F. atreoU, N. W., a.hingtnn, D, C.
.MwV.-t A. PO'iNAN. S. .7 Pr.'t.
Koch's Fat. Store
nil t.l.VIM' iaadjuitalln to meet any nerd
orbuaioeaa. It ia cheaper tinu oTtl atyle. Can
be put up bv any on,,. I'cqnli-l fur
l'Auiry and tiuola oiirlr,.. Addresa
KOCH A. 11. CO.. F!frs
S4I Mal. NT., 1'EORia, ILL., or,
Muimoni Uardwaret'o.,9t. Louii.Mo,
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