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1 QIESTIM OF COLOR
BAISED lH THE KMCIIT8 OF LA
Still Fit; lit In p rer the Admission of
Dtleg-ateg Present Tro
pect of Uaslucsc
Richmond. Va., October 6. Al
though Mr. Powderly ami thu mem-bc-a
i f the Executive Board ol the
Knight of Labor were tip until a lata
h. u- lsst night completing necetBar
work in counec ion with the proposi
tions which they intend submitting to
the c invention, they were all up early
this morning, and a majority of them
on ilie r way to Armory Hall before 9
o'c'oik, the hour fixed for the begin
ning of the etsxion. Although it was
the third day of the convention the
members were not yet ready to begin
tre actual work they had come to do.
Tlmre etill remained to be settled the
U s ion of testing eight or ten dele
gates whose cass the Committee on
Creii' n ials had referred to the con
vention. Mr. Powderly and all the
lead ng members refnsed to y
whether these eight or ten men are
di-lomt s from the Brooklyn Montauk
Pio ittie Ae8?c:a.ion or not, but it is
'getieially understood that they are.
Tha strong fueling excited by the
effort of Iho Brooklyn men to obtain
reco;nition mailtf the Ccnimitiee on
Crede ithla t'efit.tte. i' is believed, t
Msnrnethn ran"', tiMlily of deciding
the matter, and throw the fctrden
upon the convention iieeif. 'Ihey
wetu fiiiti:er prompted to such action,
it is a.iid, by tiie a"-8urtiotis undo by
eomu that the committee were preju
diced RgiinBt 11 ooklvn men.
Throughout the city toJny the prin
cipiV topic i f d sensdon ws the ad
nii'H on lust flight of a colored dele
gate. F.trrell, to a peat in the orclies
tri eirce in the Academy of Music, a
section of the auditoiium in Rich
mond htthrrto tacrdly guarded from
the intrusion of a'l pursons of his
rate. The general feeling among Vir
giuianB hern is me of hitter lesent
mrnt, and thpy regard the delegatus
from Oisnict No. 49 with anythicg but
fr.e. d y feelings. 1' ie soid that a ma
jority of the local Kuighti ae much
prov kt-d at the action of thi-ir vlfcit
inji tro'hers, and it was reported that
a few Kn'ghis living he e declnred
their intention of abaaduning the
order and joining the law and Order
League, oritan'zed here in sworn oppo
attin to the Knight.
At noon a .euetis was taken until 2
Mr. Powderly announr-od to therep
tcb n'ativea of the press that lie had
milling to communictte to them.
8om eecret bucinees had bfon trans
acted, but of course be could not say
as to its nature. The morning session
a, mainly devoted, he raid, to con
sideration of the reports of the Com
mittee on Credentials, which lias not
bet- finally acted upoa. Delegates
are mutually reticent, and such state
ments as ran be elicited oy inquiry
are contradictory. It seems safe,
however, to say that whatever action
has been taken by the credential com
mittees in the case of District No, 41) and
the Brooklyn delegates is unfavorable
to the latter. The fueling of a major
ity i,f ths delegates outside of New
York is in favor of Brooklyn. It now
set-mi possible tint a third day's ses
ion may end with the convention still
Toe afternoon sotsion, beginning at
: o'clock, lasted nearly ati hour beyond
he i egular time for Adjournment At
((o'clock matters then stood shout
whore they were this morning. Mr.
Powderly, through whom all official
news of the proceedings is given to
the press, told the reporters he baa
nothing in the way of news to give
, Th" convention, he sa'd, was still
con 'iido icg the ypiTt of the Commit
tee on Cruiientiida and had not yet
acted on it. Tuin nmns that thefight
over the adniBH on oi eight or ten tle
ig.tua whom t .e commi'te referred
to thrt coiiv. ntion ii itill in progtees.
Tlio thoileietttMSira Mr. Towdurly
and other leading Kulghts still refuse
to say. Ton burden ol rumor, how
ever, HcouiB to favor the Btateinenttkat
ttiey ar. tl.rae Brooklyn delcgntes
B.omii, Dibh and Miller, of the Brook
lyn Mont'iuk iBociatiun; Morrison,
o'l District Assembly No. 1 2(1, of New
Yoi k, and bix St. Louis delrgutee,
c amnrg to be elected lusted of six
ea l to i e Turner men.
The delegates fr. m Diitrict Mo. 49,
refolding to the same unollicial re'
units, aie fighting Moirlfon and the
Brooklyn men tooth sad nuil, but the
long coiitinunnce of the battle shows
th:a the opposition is fully as deter
mined aa they. There can bs no
doubt ol the fact that the bxtile is a
hitler oi.e. This hf:ormon the voices
el opposing dehgtea could be heard
on the siren: wittout Artnory Hall ss
thy argued the questions at ifnn1.
L .ml this discusrion is ended the
convontinn is at a standstill add no
work can bo done. iMeonwhile many
dclegiites hers are growing impatieut
at ttie pro'oi gallon of the contes', and
are anxious to get to the work they
came here to accomplish. The contest
w.U Lo resumed tomonow morning,
And co one seenr s even ablo to guess
h long it will be before the conven
tiou will orgauite and begin business.
MASTER WOItKMlN POWDEKLY
Nrvrrrly 'rl tlrl.ru for Appolni-iim-iiIn
um Ilie i rt-leatll. C'tui
niliirr, N nv York, Oc'ob;r C An evening
pa, or a'u: 'tin opponents of the
lto ho C in in this c;tr severely criti-i-ti
the neion of Oenersl Master
Workman Powdoily in appelating
enc i a n iorious y tar i.mi ciunmittie
ai the Coiitinit ie on C'ro tcnt a'a ht
the U chmi nd General Aetembly, and
tiie belief is quite gom r I here among
leading Knigtiti lnt there will be a
split i.i thu crder. It is predicted that
nia'.iy lu iepen'!eut unions now at
tache 1 1 tin Kn'ghts will withe'raw.
Con-ervat've ui.ion men say thiy are
liic-d andiiiHi ur ged m their attempts
io ctoi'h rjioiins inuDiuywutre a
Ciiq o bus sc!;eiucd until it has ob-
taiuiid stvol ate c iiit rol and seeks to
onvc o.it it houo-d opponents for fear
that its 8ih"ineH will ho thwarted.
B-Jiue wonder jd why Mr. Powderly
was o it inn in cue movements ol ttie
Hoiud U. ub, hut n' w thiy declnrs
. thut ho hes fivored the Home Clu'o
in ' right In the very fane of the x-
pese made at Cleveland, and a'so in
tho (jCs of the blundeis made by the
11 nio U ub in t un city.
Mr. Po dc rly's hidt abr ut the trades
uniinis 8 im i tha Bubor Jiuation of the
Knights of Lnbor t J any other orgaui
zi i hi is Icofced l pn ai an iuilica ioa
of his let-ling regarding the trades
iiniors, snd as a quasi indorsement of
th bretk up of the open unions po'ley
which No. 4!l attempted to inaugurate
by crusfdng out the Prognsaive Cinr
Makers' Union and forcing lis mem
be;s to mogn zs the Kulghts of Iubor
only- If the home club succeeds in
keep'ng John Morrison out it will
iiave gaiced great point, for he la
prepared to make a very hot batt'e
agtinsi his opponents, and will stir np
things In the liveliest manner if be u
allowed to retain his seat.
Mr. Morrison is said to be prr pared
with facta and figures to make a tell
ing argument spaintt the present man
agement of the oidnr and the conduct
of the executive cflicers of No. 49, in
this city. If he is not admitted, the
mettsr will be pieced in the hands of
competent men and speeches will be
made thit will shuks the oidar's very
foaudationp. The fight will bs kept
np until the convention adjourn?, and
ttios who are ported, be ieve it will
be a very bitter one. The II rn Club
leaders are not willing to relx their
giiponthe management of kfUirain
the order, but if it insitts on cinying
out the policy of aubordinating the
open unions to the order and the
breaking (. them up wherever prac
ticable, withdrawals will be numerous
and ia time none of the skilled
tradesmen will be left in the order.
TIIE EL If CATION A L BILL.
It Will BriBK a Mucb-NemtMl fnnd
I the CfeiaCh ( Help l.duritte
Our Poor Ctilldrtu.
To tb Editors of tha Appeal :
As some newspapers in thi State
have clisied me with the Republicans
becuiw 1 favor the educational 1 l
whicti pafsed the (Stnuto, I hope you
will publieh t liia i.ou, explaining my
true position on this nuesiion. 1 have
no expectations, and no demre, if
changing mv party relation". I, horn
ever, favor the educjtinnnl bill, for the
following reasons in brief:
Wa cani.o: improve our public
ichoo's, even if we can Mistatn them
ai they are, without a direct ppro
piiatiou frjra the Federal Treesury.
The Houihcrn Slat a are not ablo to
bearsuilinient taxation to maintain an
efficient system of public schools.
Nunrlv all of the other States have re
ctived large donaiions from t'ie Feder
al Gjvoinment for purpose) of edu a-
There is nothing In the censtitu
tioual objection. Tha UouHtitti ion
empawerii Congress to lay and collect
taxrs, duties, imports and excises, to
pay the debts and provide lor the
common defer go ard general welfite
of ttie Unitid States.
Mr. Monroe says and Qen. J ickfon
quotes and mdoisss him, that the
power to appropriate money is only
limited by Its being confined to ' pur
poses of general nd national bene
lit." Under this construction oftbo
constitution, whi h has been sustained
by all our statesmen end his lieen the
uoilorm practice oi toe government,
appropriations to aid education are
clearly constitutional, for if they era
not lor "general welfare wbtippro
prlationH can be?
Gen. Washington in his farewell ad
draas said that "Congress ehou d pro
mete as Bn object ol primary iinpoit
ancs institutions for the general dif
lus'on of knowledge," and Mr. J Her
son pronounced education ' one of the
chief foundations of prcsuerily aid
Taero is no propraition to collect
money to distribute among tho btales,
This bid proposes a sneciflo appropri
a'ion of money already in the Tress
ury f;.r a specific nuposs.
This bid does not infringe upon the
rights of the States, bu', on the con
trary, tocognlr.es the right of a S ate to
manage its own fchoch by placing
the money at the dirprsai of the State
authorities, upon condition that it
hall be distributed among the white
and colored races according to tboir
lespertive numbers. This bill, if
passed, would ba an obstacle in the
way ot federal supervision, batau'e.
while this bill is in existence, there
can he no contiol nf the schools by
the Federal authoriti a
This bl I will not increase the larifi
nor protont its reduction, nee, use a
judicious reduction of the tat iQ will
increase me revenue.
There ii sufficient money in the
Treasuty to pay all debts wfi'ch are
due or may become due and to meet
this uppproprift'icn. Sje Mr. Bick's
speech iu the Senate,
If this appropriation ia not made
the money wilt either be hoarded In
the Treasury or expended for some
much lets valuable and lees praise
If the support of a measure by nine
teen out f twenty-five Democratic
United Hiatus Senators and by a ma
jority of the Southern Democ ata will
not make it Democratic, what jvill ?
Money atising from the ealo of pub
lic lands is under the suae restrictions
as money arising from ary other
soiii ce, for the clause ol the constitu
tion wh ch author ?. 'a Congress to diB-
prse of public lands nuthoiin'S it to
dispose ol other property. Thero 18
no diminution. The benefits to the
.Southern S atof, in the way f eJuca
tion und of increasing the circulating
medium aa" too evident to need enu
mera'lo i; a hire allusion Is sufllclemt.
Souie Republicans in lenneesce
object to the hill bocsn e it doa not
contain Fe eral etipervisioD. If sup
port nf a more partisan meieu e, such
bs tbii is, by the Republicans el Ten
noiss muk us it Republican, dees not
the oppoeltion of the Kepubllcaa
Senators from Ohio and Kansas make
I do not impugn the Democracy ot
the opponents ot this bill and they
have no right to impugn my Democ
racy. Tterecalving of the $01,000,000 to
which we are eutitled, as a matter of
right, is no more a bribe than receiv
ing money to Improve the Tennessee
and Cumnerland river, or to prevout
yellow fever or other great epidemic. I
tiave no desire e engage in political
di ii ions, but I deem it due to my
self t) lay this much. Wm J.Sykbs.
IlrleiHtHt Prom th Innnne Anjlnin.
Washington, October 0. .lames L.
Will ame, who was arretted at the
Whit Uouas in March, 18N,r, while
InsiNtirgon the President paying him
$5(M),IHH) on a claim aguinet the gov
ernment and sent to the insane ssy
lutn, was today brought in'o the Dis-
ret Oouit on a writ cf habeas corpus
and relo.isej. The Cottit decided that
no person ran be restrained of his lib
erty as an iniane person unUss the
tiuu,tion has been passed upon by a
A SICM4T l.IHKKAL OtFF.R
Tub Voltaic Bklt Co., Marshall,
Mich., odor to send their Celebrated
Voltaic Bblts and Electric Appli
ances on Uiirty days' trial to any man
Rlllictod with Nervous Dobility, Lose of
Vitality, Manhood,, etc. Illustrated
pamphlet in sealed onvelope with full
particulars, mailed froe. Write them
"Oar IlithjT'a rim Tear."
by Ma-ion Ilarland, with other valua
ble Information; forty-eight page book.
Sent free on receipt of 2 cent stump.
Addnsi Reed A Carnrlck, Mercantile
Exchi.ngo Building, New York City.
MEMPHIS DAILY APPEALTHURSDAY,
GOY. UILL WTEMIEWED.
HE DISCUSSES UEXEBILLY TIIE
And Delleres Hfinocrafs Will Hold
Moat of the Offices at the End
of ClevelaLd's Term.
New Yobk. October 6. The U'orM,
th s looming, prin'a a long interview
with Gov. Hill. During the interview
Gov. Hill ditcnsscs generally the na
t onal administration without eoter
Irg into pereooalities. He felt that co
or.e man was necemary to the success
of any party. The party was the baet
guarantee for the carrying out of its
principles. The great masses ol tne
tarty after ths election did not detire
cilice; all they had sought to secure
Wis a chaagsot administration in ths
interests of good government.
The Governor waa asked wnat ne
thought would bs the principal issue
in the coming rrendential campaign.
He replied: "I think that the quel
tiou of good government will be the
usue. It will be simply the question
ol whether the Democratic party,
having redeemed i'a pledge for good
government, shall bu maintained in
"I hen you do ro', think the tariff
will be the is ue?"
"No, I do cot. The tariff question
Is a complicated one. I am more in
svmpx thy with the c-xpte'sion of the
Oiio Slats plet'orai c f 18K3 upon this
Bubj'ct than 1 am with the plank in
th Chicaop:a'form of 1884.''
In speaking f the opposi ion of the
mugwumps to him, he eaid: Perhaps
come of this antagon sm t j me grew
out of the Biluat'on following the in
augrirtttion of President Cevrlard.
Tl.o mess of the parry, as I eaid be
fore, did not desire i lli , but I do not
think that the veterans of the pany
ralistied tho new lecrnits coming to
tiie front and loudly proclaiming ttieir
S'rvices in their er.xittyto aulas a
self c instituted advisory board to the
Pie iden'. It would bo nnnatuial to
export vetertn DaoiccratH, whether
they wanted office or not, to witness
ludepdiideots constantly shouting in
the ear of the administrative power:
"You must not advice w.thorfavrr
this or thut Do moo at," and the result
was a cprla'n amount of irritation.
The Governor ea d, in speaking tf
the changes which were taking place
in tl o Fxderal offices of the country,
that he behaved that by the time the
P tsideni's tirm had coine to a c'ose
Di mocrats would be found in a ma
jority of the offices. It was well to ba
conservative at the ftut. The Demo
cratlo pirly c-me into power new to
public adminis ration, and it was,
without doubt, a wiso way to go more
deliberately at first.
He spoke pleasantly of the Presi
dent and his associates. While he
coi.flned his discussion on national
affairs more to general matters than to
personalities, yet tneie was notntng in
id i manner or lins of conversation to
indicate any but the pleasant) at feel
ings toward ths President.
li Gov. Hill hes anything to say
upon the subjct, it wll be doubtless
exprerssd in 1888 and not at the pres
ent time. The Governor roasibly may
make one or two snatches this ye&r
in the campaign, lie hes been in
vited to go to Pennsylvania to aid in
Gov. Black's canvas', and make a
speech at Puiladelpbitt a few days
preceding tha election. lie has also
been invited to take part in the Ohio
campaign. He will not be able to
accept this latter invitation. Gov.
Hill leaves here to review the militia
in New Yoi k today.
Pollliral Nnlen-Prraonals-A Heavy
t'roiC Injure Ibe Tobat co Crop. .
IcoaassroiiDiNci or ths apfiil.I
Mabtim, Tknn,, October 4. M.
WeHt Killobrew is vory low with on
gee'ioa of the ttomacb ard bowe's.
Air. J anus liana av and family
have moved to Mi) field, Kv.
Mr. W. 15. lilskemore's $1100 Noi-
man Ntatlhin, which was exhibited cn
the street Saturday, attracted a good
com ot attention.
r J. Evan tt, Demccrat, and 11. P.
Bcndurant, H-'publican, candidates for
the I.ojih Htme, addiesscd the citizens
of Martin iSiturday. Bund n rant had
eight or nine copies of the Union and
the VfiinmT on ttie speakers' staud and
frequently quoted aiticles from thorn,
iu i ho vain endeavor to down his op
ponent. Mits Guroie Ridgvey, who has been
s, ending several weeks with relatives
in Palmereville, has returned homo.
Martin has jnst cause to feel proud
of Kennedy & Molock's mills, which
have a capacity of l'J5birrels rjller
Hour and 1C0 barrels roller meal every
twenty dour hours. Thoy.'sell flour
thioughout Arkansas, Tenr.estee, Mis-
eiaciippl anit Louisiana.
We had a heavy frost the night of
the let, which has greatly damaged
tobacco all over the county.
Mr Zke Killebrew, of Union City,
is here attending his sick brother.
Mesrrs. Kennedy & Mo ock's etave
fictoiy gives employment to tbi ty
five men. Such enterprises as that is
what makts a town.
John Sebastian has opened his
oys er parlor f or the season, and lovers
ot the delicious bivalves can now get
them served in any style.
Mr. Willium Garrison, of Kenton,
Tenn., and Mr?. Milner, of this place,
were married on the night of Septem
tHeve Farmer has moved his saloon
into his handsome new two a ory
Geo. M. llagel'a Comedy Company
gave an entertainment Saturday night
at the City Hall for the benefit of the
Manin Cornet Band. Two men who
were Intoxicated tried to force their
way into the hall without paylrgths
admittance he. the doorkeeper
knocked one i f them down with his
fist and broke a heavy tailioad lantern
over the head of tho other, which sent
inn tumhiing down the Btaisr.
ViKNitA, October 0. Two permnB
died from cholera in Trieste and seven
in Pesth yetfrdy. In the lormer
there wore nineteen new cisos, and in
the latter ten.
St. I'KTFiwnt'no, Octoberfl. Reporis
from Vladivcstock show that cholera
continues to make most frightful
ravages in the Seoul distiid of Co re a
Hundreds of people are said to to
The Bartholin Nlntue Ceremonies
Washinoton, October 0 CommO'
drre Chandler, commanding the New
York tavy yard, and Admiral Lsce,
commanding the Korth Atlantic
siiuadran, have been instimted ti
consu't with Oon. Scholleld. with r.d
erenco to tne part to be tak"n by the
military and naval forces in the Bar
tholdi statue ceremonies.
AereplrU Han's hallenstr.
London, October 0 Hanlan has ac
cepted Rom's challenge to tow race
on the Tnamti for 500 a side.
Itrpl the ChnriM r BllKmaBae
mcBtortbe Irlah ttae runila.
' Dstriot, Mich., October 5. The
Rev. Dr. Charles O'Reilly, t'easnrer of
the I'ish National League of America,
wa asked yesterdry alternoon what
he had tosavabont the charge3Con
taioed in a New York i rets dispatch
of yesterday, d' B ribing wtut was
characterized as a revolt ajaiDst the
finnncial manngement of the Parlia
mentary Fund coi tiibaied by the
Irish National Le'gu of A merle r.
Surpore, he raid, we bave colle ted
f 1,000 000, bow long will trar. keep a
single regiment in the fi-Id? Thai is
what I aik them. So tit as an account
ing is concerned, we are ready and
winiDg to ec r.uut for every cent we
have rece ved by sbowirg teat it has
been paid to tie duly atcred tad and
r spcntibl stents c f the National
League in Ireland. The particulars cf
its use by them they hive never given
na, and we have never demanded
them. We sre content to know that
ths money is well used. How do we
k ow this? By resalts. When the
Iriih L'ague was furm?d Irmar.dhad
but three real representatives of her
cause in Parliament. When the Na
t onal Lfag ie of Ameiica was formed
she had but eleven. No she basena
ii ore mtjudo r thun one of the old par
tie'. At the last election Scotland
v,td 31 to 1 ; Ira: and 41 to 1, and
Wales 5 to 1 in f.ivorof hema ru e.
Tf otj s whcr.s the m nay has gon.
UIE FLO UK oL'TPL'T
At Jliiiiielill for ihe I'iihC Week
Itrt'Plpla aud Miliiieul
Minneai'oi is, Miss., Oitt-b'r 0.
The NorthweHtrn Milhrsayr. Only a
few mills BMut d iwa lor the J!.x
p eition Fik'av, co: sqiuntiy ibe
week a work was verv neivy. ine
total ptodnct was 151,885 barrels,
everaging 15,3)4 bjrrels d.tily, e(.aiutt
13!).lil0 barrels tan nrtciding week
aud 171,0(10 barrels tha ccrreepnndirg
time in 1885. The number cf mills
running today was seventeen, with an
ontpii'. of 24 000 t arn Is. Oiie of 2000
bar'eN capacity is i 1 h on nc.cr.unt of a
breakdown and wi 1 not. do anything
ths week. One f 3000 b.rrels
capacity wi'l be rtrted tomorrow,
making eighteen in opi-ration. The
mil's ars ueing new wheit freely, ttie
P'oporiion b-ing onc-( a'f up to all of
thac grade. The watr power remains
good, thonuh thero Imn been a per
cepti do fall during the pact week.
Tne flour market is quiet. Millers
complain of Ibe ai'nstion bi-lng fir
from satisfacttry. The exports laft
week fell off slightly, bang (12,875
R-ceiots for ths wesk Whent, 1 -12,050
bnsbels. Stdpments Wheat,
200.200 hushe's; fl ur, 145 893 bjirlsj
millttufT, 4343 tins. Wheat in store
in public elevators-Minnesppolis, 2,
740,803 bushels; Du'uth, 6,(101,055;
St. Paul, 185,000.
Wovernuient Insane Atylam.
Whhinqton, October 0 There are
about 20 ner ceU of the 12C0 patiects
in the Government Insane Afylum
whose sanity hs benu passed upon by
a jury de lunatico Wjiiirendo.
Cure Diseases of
frSorses, Cattle, Sheep
DOGS, HOH, rOULTHY,
In lino for over 20 yonra by l iiruicrs,
Stockbreeders, Horso it. it., &o.
Used by U. S. Covornment.
v STABLE CHART t
Mounted on Hollers A Book Mailed Free.
Humphreys' Med. Co., Fulton St.. N.T.
sPEGiFic no. an
Tim oul i p'if ecsf'il romedy for
IS UUiJliliVi VIIUI fttiQniir-vi,
01 imr vml, rB villi nl vi.il pmvdcr. fc
.soi.n hy lrunis'ii. nr r..'iii poHtiini.l 0,1 rcec
Orioo. Il-ut'lirp MwiltliioU., 1J IiUlon bl., t.
W. N. HALDEMAN.
Preiblent of the Orent LOUISVILLE C0U
K1KR-J0URNAL CO., tella wnat
bi knows of
Wintersmith's Chill Cure.
1 Orrios or thu CorRiRR-JocasAt,,
Dr. WinltrmithSir: I waive a rule I have
observed for many years, tbe value ot your
remedy prompting me to my. In reply to
yoor reiiueflb, what
Cure. The lrivatej
I hud, and tho sood
wnat i kiiow oi your uui
a8rmrnnoes nf its efflcac:
cood result of 1U effeoti
badobserved on Mr. R. W. Meredith, who
for more tnaa nitoen years, nai teen lore
man nf mv nflioe. induced me to test it it
my family. ID" lesum nave neen entirety
satisUotnry. I at Ur.l ease waa of two
ears slaniiinr, in wuion I Deneve every
mown remedy bad been tried with tempo
rary reliei tne emus returning perioaionuy
and with leemmviy inereuea severity.
Ynur nun broke theui at onue. and there has
been no reourrenoe of them for more than
form, and yielded more readily to other
is mnnths. l ne oiner ase was of a milder
remedial! bnt the otiill.t would return at in'
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whiob time, now several months, they have
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yJ7 n s- o Ij
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Reopens October 4, 1885.
PUPILS prepared for "The Art Students'
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