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FORTY-FOURTH 



ANNUAL CATALOCUE AND REGISTER 



O F 



Howard College 



MARION, ALAm 

FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR, i885--86. 



JUNE, 1886. 



SELMA, ALA.: 

FROM THE PRESSES OF THE SELMA PRINTING COMPANY. 








FORTY-FOURTH 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



REGISTER 



Howard College, 

MARION, ALA., 

FOR THE ACADEMIC YEAR 1885-86. 
i 



JUNE, 1886. 



SELMA, ALA.: 
FROM THE PRESSES OF THE SELMA PRINTING COMPANY. 



CALENDAR. 



Session 1885-86. 



Closing Examinations. May 28 — June 4, 1S86 

Orations by Junior Class p. M.,^June 4, 1886 

Baccalaureate Sermon June 6, 1886 

Declamation of Extracts and Prize Medal awarded, June 4, 1886 
Commencement Exercises. . . , Tune 9, 1886 

Session 1886-87 

First term begins October i, 1886 

Anniversary of the Franklin Society January 15, 1887 

Intermediate Examinations January 20-30, 1887 

First Term ends . January .31, 1887 

Second Term begins February i, 1887 

Anniversary of Pliilomathic Society Februacy 22, 1887 



ORGANIZATION, 



I A System of Government which preserves order, secures 
good morals, stimulates all to diligent study, and trains to those 
habits of promptness, punctuality, and industry which are 
essential in business and professional life. 

2. A System of Rewards for encouragement of scholarsJiip. 

3. No Degrees, Honors, or Promotions, except those 
based on attain .ents. 

4. A Course of Study divided into eleven distinct schools. 

5. A Mode of Instruction which makes the student self- 
reliant, giving him power to master and appropiiate the facts 
and philosophy of books, and to make original investigations 
in any subject of thought. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



J. B. LOVELACE ' . President. 

J. L. WYATT Secretary AND Treasurer. 



First Division— 1881-1887. 

Judge PORTER KING, J. H. LEE, Esq., 

Rev. J. M. FROST, D. D., Rev. J. J. D. RENFROE^ D. D., 

Rev. a. J. WALDROP, Col. L. M. STONE, 

W. F. DAVIS, Esq., W. C. CLEVELAND, D. D. 



Second Division — 1883-1889. 

Hon. M. W. HAND, J. B. LOVELACE, Esq., 

Col. C. C. HUCKABEE, Rev. VV. WILKES, 

Dr. W. W. WILKERSON, Col. J. VV. CRENSHAW, 

Judge J. W. INZER, Rev. E. B. TEAGUE, D. D. 



Third Division — 1885-1891, 

Gen. L. W. LAWLER, Col. W. T. HEN DON, 

Hon. W. C. WARD, Rev. W. N. REEVES, D. D., 

Col. T. G. BUSH, Rev. S. HENDERSON, D. D., 

J. L. WYATT, Esq., Rev. J. SHACKELFORD, D. D. 



FACULTY AND OFFICERS. 



J. T. MURFEE, LL D., 

Prf.sidf.k r, 

Professor of Logic. 

THOS. J. DILL, LL., D., 
Professor of Greek and Latin. 

A. F. REDD, A. M , 

Professor of Chemistry, Natural History, Applied Mathcjuatit 
and Engineering. 

A. D. SMLFH, A. M., ' 

Professor of Mathematics and Modern Languages. 

L. M. FARMER, A. B., 

Principal of Grammar School. 

\\. S. CULPEPPER, 
Assistant Professor of Elocutuvi. 

THOS. J. DILL, LL. D., 

Treasurer of Faculty. 

A. D. SMITH, A. M., 

Secretary of Faculty. 



STAFF. 



Capt. L. O. DAWSON, A. B. 

Post Adjutant. 

O. W. WARD, 

Commissary. 

L. O. DAWSON, 

Quartennaster. 



SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING. 



J. T. MURFEE, EE. I)., 
President. 

A. F. REDD, A. M., 

Applied Mathcjiiatics, Architecture. Military and Civil 



COMMERCIAL SCHOOL. 



J. T. MURFEE, EE. D., President, 
Art and Science of Accounts. 

E. M. FARMER., A. B., 

Penmanship and Book keepi/ii:;. 

A. D. SMITH, A. M., 

MatJiematics. 



SCHO( 
( 


3L OF MILITARY ART AND SCIHNCE. 


HOWARD CADET CORPS. 


:oL. J. T. MURFEE, Superintendent. 




Col. a. F. RF'.DD, Commandant, 


Professor 


of Tactics, Strafcoy^ and Military Fortif cations. 




CADET OFFICERS. 


Staff. 




Lieut. EDWARD W. BROCK, 




Adjutant. 




JOHN W. McCOLLUM, 




Sei\i:;cant Major. 




ROBER L. GOODWIN, 




Ordnance Sergeant. 


- 


Color Guard. 




Sergeant JOEL H. RAINES, 




Color Bearer. 




JAMES T. FREDERICK, 




First Corporal. 




WILLIAM S. OERTINCi. 




Second Corporal. 




FRANKLIN M. PO.ND, 




Third Corporal. 




Field Music 


I>1EU' 


r. DAVID J. McWILLIAMS, Drum Major. 


Skrg 


T JAMES M. ASHFORD, Tenor Drum. 


Skrg 


T BRADLEY F. NUCKOLLS, 7Vw;- Drum. 


Serg 


T WILLIAM L. CHITWOOD, Tenor Drum. 


Serg 


T JETT M. THOMAS, Tenor Drum. 


Serg 


T CHARLES J. OERTING, Tenor Drum. 


Serg 


T OSCAR S. WELCH, Tenor Drum. 



CADET OFFICERS. 

Company "A." 

RANDOLPH F. SMITH, Captain. 
CHARLES A. THIGPEN, First Lieutenant. 
JAMES M. McIVER, Seeond Lieutenant. 
Wn.LLAM L. PRUETT, Third Lieutenant. 
WILLLAM M. ^VEBB, Orderly Sergeant. 
WILLIAM H. McKLEROY, Sergeant. 
EDWARD C. JONES, Sergeant. 
HARDEE J. THAGARD, Sergeant. 
JOHN A. WARD, ist Corporal. 
JO«H H. BLANKS, 2;/^ C^//^;77/. 
CLAUDE HARDY, 3rd Corporal. 



Company "B." 

FRANCIS (;. CAFFEY, Captain. 
WILLIAM H. CAFFEY, First Lieutenant. 
JOHN GAMBLE, Jr., Second Lieutenant. 
WILLIAM W.RANSOM, Third Lieutenant. 
JAMES B. ADAMS, Orderly Sergeant. 
EUGENE R. RUSHTON, Sergeant. 
JOHN M. THOMAS, Sergeant. 
HENRY R. DILL, Sergeant. 
WILLIAM W. LAYENDER, ist Corporal. 
ROBERT B. CAINE, 2nd Corporal. 
FRANK M. THIGPEN, j/v/ Corporal. 



CATALOGUE OF STUDENTS. 



ABBREVIATIONS. 



E. Lit. — English Literature. 
M . — Mathematics. 

L — Latin. 

G. — Greek. 

Pen. — Petimanship. 

Ger. — German. 

>L S. — Moral Science. 

Cm. — Chemistry. 

B.— Botany. 

X. H.— Natural History. 

N. P. — Xstural Philosophy. 

F. — French . 



EnG"J — Engineering. 

Ei..— Elocution. 

Disc. — Discourse. 

E. C. — Evidences of Christianity. 

B. K. — Book-keeping. 

H.— History. 

CJEO. — Geography. 

Lo. — Logic. 

L P. — Intellectual Philosophy. 

E. — English Composition .ind Rhetoric. 

A. — .Agricnl: ure. 

I>. — Dictation. 



NAME kE,>,IDENCE. 

VTAdams, y. B : Montgomery. Ala, 

I " E Lit., (;er., M. S.,Ch. B., N. H., X. P., F., E. C, Lo.. I. p. 

AsHFORD, T. M Ellerslie, Ga. 

E., M., L., Ch , Kl. 

'■'Baker, R. E. Louisville. Ala. 

I-:.. L., M., Gram , El., Arith. 

Barrow, 1. I LaFayette, Ala. 

Lo., M., L., t;er 

Blanks, y. H Hurricane Creek. 

E., AL, L, G., F.I. 

Bradley, L M .... Marion. \la.. 

L., G., M., Ger., N. S. 

Brock, E. W Pushmataha. Ala. 

Lo., M., Ger.,Ch. 

Brown, W. A Vork Station, Ala. 

E.,L.,M., El. 

Brown, W. Cr Marion, Ala. 

E. Lit., M. S., B., N. H., N. P., F. C. M., I. P. 

Brown, B. F Vork Station. 

E., L., I\L, El. 

Bush, F. T Mobile, Ala. 

E.,L., M., G, El. 

Bush, T. G Mobile, Ala. 

E.,L.,M., El. 

Caffev, F. G Havneville. .\la. 

Lo.,M., L.,(; , F. 

Caffev, W. H Hayneville, Ala. 

L.,G., M , F. 

vCaine, R. B Uniontown, Ala. 

( 1.,, .M., Or., Ch. 

Cheek, P. E Birmingham. Ala. 

j L., M., E. 

Chlfwood, W .L Moulton, Ala. 

E., M., L., El. 



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NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Clements, Fort Deposit, Ala. 

E., iM., I,. 

Cobb, H Americus, Ga. 

E., .M., L., ch. 

Collins, C. W Gallion, Ala. 

E., M., L., e1. 

Culpepper, W. S. . . Marion, Ala. 

E., M., I,., e1. r^^ 

Dawson, L. O. . . '. Atlanta, Ga. ^>^<^' 

E. Lit., M., Ger., M. S , B., N. H., N. P., Engn., El., e. c, h., I. r. 

Deane, E. L Marion, Ala. 

E., M., L.. e1. 

Dill, H. R Marion, Ala. 

M., L., Ger., E., ch. 

Dixon, C. W ... Pine Level, Ala. 

M., L. , E., Ger. 
DuNNAWAY, J. W. . ; Gadsden, Ala. 

E., L., G., Arith., e1. 

DusKiN, G. W Mobile, Ala. 

M., L., E., Arith., e1. 
Ford, C. W Marion, Ala. 

M., L., Arith., E. 

FoscuE, H Coffeeville, Ala. 

M., L. , Arith., E. 

Frederick, J. T Opelika, Ala. 

M., L., E., ch. 

Fowlkes, W. B , Marion, Ala. 

E., L., Arith. 

Gamble, Jno. Greenville, Ala. 

E, Lit., M., G.,M. S., B., N./^-, N. P., Engn., E. C, H.,I. f. 

Goodwin, R. L. . d'^t »-^♦ «.* .'f r.t-v . . Selma, Ala. 

E. Lit., M., M. S., K., N. H., N. P., Bngn., E. C, H., 1. P. 

Gunn, T. H Trinity, Ala. 

M., Ger., N. s., ch. 

Haden, R. a. . La Place, Ala. 

E., M., L., El. 

Haggard, J. W Marion, Ala. 

E., M., Arith., I.., e1. 

Handlev, M Louina, Ala. 

E. Lit., M., N. n., L. , H., N. P. 

H.A.RDV, C Pleasant Hill, Ala. 

E., L., M., G., e1. 

Herring, J. K , . Flint, Ala. 

e., m., l., g. 

Hill, W. W Montgomery, Ala. 

E., M., F., Ger., e1 
HokD, J. S. .' Yazoo City, Miss. 

E. Lit., M., N. P., n. 

HowzE, H. R Marion, Ala. 

M., L., E., e1. 



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HOWARD COLLEGE. II 

NAME. RESIDENCE. 

Hurt, T. M Marion, Ala. 

M., L., E., Ch. 

Hurt, W. F, Marion, Ala. 

M., L., E., e1. 

Jones, E. C Selma, Ala. 

M., Ger.. LO., N. H. 

Kailin, J. M • . . . . Gadsden, Ala. 

M., L., G., LO., Ger. 

King, J. B Marion. Ala. 

M., Arith., I,., E. 

King, A. S New Orleans, La. 

M., L. , E., ren., e1. 
Lavender, W. W Greensboro, Ala. 

M. I.., LO., G., ch. 
Lawson, a. L Marion, Ala. 

M., L., Alith., E. , e1. 

Lee, Y. Marion, Ala., 

L., e., m. e1. 
Love, L. H Marion, Ala. 

M., Cll., N. H., F. 

Lovelace, C. H Marion, Ala. 

E., M., L. 

IvOvelace, J. C Marion, Ala. 

E. Lit., >L. ^L S. i;., N. IL, N p., E. C, I. P. 

Lovelace, W. N Marion, Ala. 

E., I'en. M., L. 

LusK, P. B Guntersville, Ala. 

,M., L., E., G., El. 

McCi.URKiN, J E Pine Apple, Ala. 

NL, L., E., i;., El. 

McCoLLUM, J. W Marion Junction, Ala. 

E. Lit., M., NL S., N. IL. li., N P., E. C, I. P., (iei., Engn. 

McIver, J. M Minter, Ala. ^ 

E. Lit., M. S., N. II , K., N. P., E. c. , 1. P., Ger. ^^ ' 

McKlerov, W. H Eulaula, Ala. '-''?-'*• *^-'*-' 

M., G., Ger., L., N. s. 

McWiLLiAMS, D. J Allenton, Ala. 

E. Lit., M. S., .V. ]L, li., N. P., E. C, I. P , Ger. 

McWiLLiAMS, J. H - . . Allenton, Ala. 

M., L., E., Pen., El. 
Melton, W. L Opelika, Ala. 

M , Aritli.. L., Pen., eI. 

Miree, J. R ALarion, Ala. 

Arith.. E., P. 

Morgan, G. W Marion. Ala. 

NL, Arith.. ]■;., i:. K., e1 

Nuckolls, F. B O.swichee, Ala. 

M.. ].., E.. M. K., e1. 

Oertinc;, C. J Warrington, Fla. 

M., L., E., Pen.. e1. 



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NAME. RRSIDENCE, 

Oertin(;, W. S Warrington, Fla. 

-M., E., Ger. , Engn. 

Palmore, a. B Marion, Ala. 

M., L., E., Arith., Pen., e1. 
Palmore, C. L Marion, Ala. 

M., L., E., Aiith., I'en., e1. 

Peebles, V. R Vienna, Ala. 

M., G., N. s., Ger. 
Penton, J. L Pentonvillf. Ala. 

M., L., G., E., eI. 

Perry, C. J ,. Marion, Ala. 

M., Ger., ch., L., E. 
Ferryman, T. M Beuna Vista, Ala. 

M., L., E., Pen,, e1. 

Pond, F. M Kinterbish. Ala., 

M., E., L., E.. El. 

Pou, J. R Union town, Ala. 

M., .\iith., ].., E. 

Preston, A. J ... Gadsden, Ala. 

M., L., G., e1. 

Pruett, W. L Midway, Ala. 

E. Lit., M. S.. N. H., B., N. P., E. ( , II., ]. P. 

Rainer, J. H Union Spring.s, Ala. 

E. Lit., ^L, M. S., N. H., B., N. P., E. C, Mlgn., H., I. P. 

y J Ransom, W. W Birmingham, Ala. 

E. Lit., L., iM., G., E., M.^, N. H., 1!., N^P., E. C.,Eni;i1., II., ]. P. 

y Richardson, G. S. . . (y ^yyi^ .^/Grimsby, Ca-nada. 

Aiith.,^, E. 
^ Roark, R. j Marion. Ala. 

E., Lat., M., Afitil. 

Rushton, E. R ,- Raif Branch, Ala. 

LO., L.. (;., M. 

Seibold, W., Jr (amtersville. Ala. 

M , (;er., i,., n. s. 
Smart, J. H Pine Bluff, Ark. 

M., ch., E. , P., eL 

V Smith, A. L Hoiistcn, Texas. 

M., LO., G., Ger., cli. 

Smith, E. M Brierfield, Ala. 

.AL, L., E., .Arith., El 

Smith, J. D Marion, Ala. 

.\rilh., L., E., Pen. 
Smi'ih, R. F Frankfort, Ky. 

.M., N. PL, H., 1.., (;. 

Thaoard, H. J. . . . ■ Greenville, Ala. 

M., L., LO., ch., Ger. 

Thigpen, C. a (Greenville, Ala. 

E. I. it., M., M, S., P., N. H., N. P., Engn., II., E. C, L 1'. 

Thkjpen, F. M , ." ( Greenville, Ala. 

.\L, L., (L, K., E., El. 



r 

Y 



H(nVARI> COLLEGE, 



13 



RESIDENCE. 



Thomas, Jett. M Montgomery, Ala. 

Arith., L., K., B. 

Thomas, J NO. M Ashby, Ala. 

M., (;., L., Ger., Lo. 
Thompson, J. H La Place, Ala. 

M., Arith., L., K. 

True, S. D Marion, Ala. 

M., Arith., L., E., B. K. 

Tyson, S. L Fort Deposit, Ala. 

M., Ch., L., LO. 

Walton, J. E Marion, Ala. 

Ward, J. A. . . .■ >. C frj.CC^ J^„^^^ Choctaw Co., Ala. 

M., ch., L. /^ ' ' 



Ward, O. W Bibb Co., Ala 

M., L., LO., E. , eI., Ger. 

Ware, L. C 

M., L., E., e1. 

WEt)E, W. M LaFayette, Ala. 

E. Lit., M., G., Gei., M. -S., N. H., >'. P., F., H., I. P., Ellgn. 

Welch, O. S. Plantersville, Ala. 

M., E., L., ch., El. 

Wiggins, B. F , . Monroeville, Ala. 

Ger., ch., LO., M., Lat. 

Williams, N. F^ Elmore Co., Ala. 

E., M., L., El. 

Wood, S. J Jefferson Co., Ala. 

E., M., L., El. 

WooDFiN, S. y. • • Marion, Ala. 

LO., M., ch.. Disc. 

Wyatt, W. D Marion, Ala. 

E., Arith., M. 



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14 ANNUAL CATALOGUE 


CERTIFICATES. 


I. Certificates of Distinction are given to undergraduates 


for distinguished attainments in any class of any school. 


11. A Certificate with title of Distinguished Undergraduate, 


is conferred upon any student who makes distinguished attain- 


ments in any tJiree Schools within one session. 


Undergraduates Entitled to Certificates. 


School of Greek. 


McKleroy, W. H. Kailin, J. M. 


Peebles, V. R. Hardy, C. 


School of Latin. 


HowzE, H. R. Caine, R. B. 


Caffey, F. G. Hurt, T. M. 


McKleroy, W. H. Cheek, P. E. 


Palmore, C. L. Nuckolls, F. B. 


Brock, E. W. Thomas, Jett M. 


Kailin, J. M. Rushton, E. R. 


Oerting, C. J. Smith, J. D. 


Blanks, J. H. Ware, L. C. 


Thomas, Jno. M. Brown, B. F. 


Dill, H. R. Hardy, C. 


Bush, T. G. Chitwood, W. L, 


Lovelace, W. N Deane, E. L. 


Caffey, W. H. Brown, W. A. 


School of French. 


Caffey, F. G. 


School of German. 


Brock, E. W. Caine, R. B. . 


McKleroy, W. H. Ward, 0. W. 


Peebles, V. R. Thagard, H. J. 


Kailin, J. M. Jones, E. C. 


Lavender, W. W. "Penton, J. L. 







HOWARD COLLEGE. 


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School 


of English. 




Lovelace, W. N. 


Ward, ( ). W. 




Caffey, F. G. 




Hardy, C. 




Brock, E. W. 




Cheek, P. E. 




HowzE, H. R. 




Oerting, C. J. 




Peebles, V. R. 




Williams, N. E. 




Smith, J. D. 




RUSHION, E. R. 




Palmore, C L. 




Tyson, S. L. 




WOODFIN, S. V. 




Hurt, W. F. 




Thigpen, F. M. 




Kailin, J. M. 




Ware, L. C. 




Lavender, W. W. 




Palmore, A. B. 




Thagard, H. J. 




School of 


Mathematics. 




Palmore, A. B. 




Lovelace, W. 




McKleroy, W. 


H. 


Caine, R. B. 




Palmore, C. L. 




Deane, E. L. 




Brock, E. W. 




Blanks, J. H. 




WlOGINS, B. F. 




Brown, B. F. 




Howze, H. R. 




WlLI,lAMS, N. E. 




Caffey, F. G. 




Caffey, W. H. 




Welch, 0. S. 




King, A. S. 




Peebles, V. R. 




Lavender, W. W. 






RUSHTON, E. R. 




School o 


f Chemistry. 




Brock, E. W. 




Thagard, H. J. 





Thomas, J no. M. Welch, O. S. 

Hill, W. W. Smart, J. H. 

Tyson, S. L. Woodfin, S. V. 

Lavender, W. W. Wiggins, B. F. 

Ward, J. A. Lee, E. 

Frederick, J. T. Caine, R. B. 

Hurt, T. M. Ashford, J. M. 

Jones, E. C. Seibold, W., Jr. 

School of Natural Science. 



Peebles, V. R. 
McKlerov, W. H 



Culpepper, W. S. 
Penton, J. L. 
McClurkin, J. E. 
Preston, A. J. 



Jones, E. C. 
Smith, R. F. 
Love, L. H. 

School of Elocution. 

Thigpen, F. M. 
Dunnaway, }. W 
Ward, O. W. 
Ashford, J. M, 
Brown, W. A. 



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ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



GRADUATES. 



Master of Arts. 
C. A. Thigpen, Greenville, Ala. 



Bachelors of Art. 



W. G. Brown, 

Marion, Ala., 
L. O. Dawson, 

Atlanta, Ga. 

D. J- McWiLLIAMS. 

Wilcox Co., Ala., 
J. M. McIvER. 

Dallas Co., Ala. 
John Gamble, Jr., 

Greenville, Ala. 

J. C. Lovelace, 

Marion, Ala. 



W. M. Webb, 

LaFayette,Ala. 
J. W. McCoLLUM, 

Dallas Co., Ala. 
W. L. Pruett, 

Bullock Co., Ala. 
J. B. Adams, 

Montgomery, Ala. 
W. W. Ransom, 

Birniingliani, Ala. 



Bachelors of Science. 



J. H. Rainer, Jr. 

Union Springs, Ala. 



R. L. Goo-DwiN, 

Selnia, Ala. 



COLLEGE HONORS. 



The honors are a part of the College System, in which the 
Bachelor of Arts is considered the full graduate of the Insti- 
tution. 

I'he degree of Master of Arts is given for attainments higher 
and more extended than are included in the College System. 



I. C(.)MMENCEMEN ]' ORAnoNS. 

1. IVie Wiledictory Oration is awarded to ihat graduate who 
shall be judged to have attained the highest degree of general 
scholarship. 

2. The Salutatory Oration is awarded to that graduate 
whose scholarship is second in grade. 



HOWARD COLLEGE. \^ 



II. PRIZE MEDALS. 

The College Faculty have instituted prizes for excellence in 
elocution and in composition, consisting of gold medals. For 
these prizes the members of the Sophomore Class compete, and 
the award is made by disinterested judges. To the most dutiful 
private soldier is also given a gold medal. 

III. GRADUATES. 

In every Class and School, and in every list of Proficients or 
Distinctions, the names are announced in the order of relative 
standing. 

VALEDICTORY ORATION. 

W. G.Brown, A. B Marion, Ala. 

SALUTATORY ORATION. 

Wm. M. Webb, A, B LaFayettc, Ala. 

SOPHOMORE PRIZE MEDAL FOR DECLAMATION. 

W. S. Culpepper, Siiviter Co.-, Ala. 

PRIZE MEDAL FOR SOLDIERSHIP. 

J. H. Blanks Meridian, Miss. 

FIRST HONORABLE MENTION 

FOR SOPHOMORE DECLAIMEr's MEDAL. 

J. L. Penton, Coosa, Co , Ala. 

for SOLDIERSHIP. 

F. M. Pond. Simttcr Co., Ala. 

SECOND HONORABLE MENTION 

for sophomore DECLAIMER's MEDAL. 

J. E. McClurkin, Wilcox Co., Ala. 

for soldiership. 
Claude Hardy ' . . . Pleasant Hill, Ala. 



ANNUAL CATALOGUE 



LIST OF DlSl'INGUISHED UNDERGRADUATES. 



(ARKANGED ALl'H \KETICA1 l.\ . 



Blanks. ]. H. 
Brock. K. W. 
Brown, B. F. 
Caffey, F. G. 
Caine, R. B. 
Hardy, C 
HowzK, H. R. 
Jones, E C 
Kailin, J. M. 
Lavender, W. W. 
Lovelace, W. N. 
McKlercv W. H. 
Oerting, C. J 
Palmore, a. B. 
Palmore, C. L. 
Peebles, V. R. 
Pen ton, J. L 
RUSHTOT^ E. R. 
Thagard, H. J. 
Thomas, Jno. M. 
Ward, 0."W. 
Wiggins, B. F. 
Williams. N. E. 



distinyuished in 



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schools. 



OFFICERS OF CLXSSES. 

senior. 
C. A. Thigpen, PicsiJcnt. \\ . H. Brow n. Secretary. 

JUNIOR. 

R. I'". Smith, PresiJe^nt. F. G. Caffey, Secretarv. 



COMMriTEES. 



ON HOSPriALITV. 

J. ^V. i\k:Coi.LUM, Chairman. 
]. M. McIvER, John- CrAMiu.F, ]\i... 

H. J. Thagard, B. F.Wiggins. 



HOWARD COLLEGE. 1 9 



ORGANIZATION, 



The Course of Study is divided into the following I)i tinct 
Schools: — 

I. — School of Latin. 
11. — School of (ireek. 
III. — School of Modern Languages. 
IV. — School of Englibh. 
V. — School of Moral Science. 
VI. — School of Mathematics. 

VII. — School of Chemistr)', (ieology, and Mineralogy. 
VIII. — School of Natural Philosophy and applied Mathe- 
matics. 
IX. — School of Civil Engineering. 

X. — Business School. 
XI. — School of Military Art and Science. 



COURSE OF STUDY 
For Degree of Bachelor of Arts. 



FRESHMAN CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Sec. I. — .Algebra to equations of the 2nd degree, W'ent- 
worth's. 

Sec. 2. — Arithmetic. Robinson's Progessive Practical. 

Allen and (ireenough's Latin Grammar and Latin Method; 
Cicero; English Composition; Elocution, Raymond's; Parlia- 
menrary Law, Roberts'; English Cirammar, Swinton's. 

second term. 

Sec. I. — Geometry, four books, Chauv.enet's. 

Sec. 2. — Algebra, Wentworth's. 

Roman Mythology and Anticiuities; Virgil; Horace; English 
Composition; Declamation; Rhetoric, Hill's; Laws of I'huught, 
Bain. 

SOPHOMORE CLASS. 

FIRST J ERM. 

Geometry completed, Chauvenet; Greek Grammar; Xeno- 
phon's Anabasis; English Literature; Essays; Orations; Theory 
of Logic, J evens. 



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SECOND TERM. 

Algebra completed. W'entworth's; 'I'acitus; Homer's Iliad; 
Greek Mythology and Anticiuities; English Literature; Logical 
Analysis; Orations; Political Economy, Chapin; Principles of 
Written Discourse, Hunt. 

JUNIOR CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Trigonometry and Surveying, Wheeler's Trig.; Chemistry, 
Li organic; Greek, Demosthenes; or German; French Grammar, 
Knapp's; French Reader; Telemaque; Zoology, Agassiz. 

SECOND TEFM. 

Analytical Geometry, Loomis; Calculus (Elec); Chemistry, 
Organic; Chemical Analysis; Greek, New Testament; or Ger- 
man, Otto's Grammar; "Der Zerbrochene Krug," Zschokke; 
Selections from Schiller, Goethe, and others; French, Selections 
from Racine, Moliere, Corneille, DeStael; Botany; Domestic 
Economy, Lectures. 

SENIOR CLASS. 

FIRST TERM. 

Mechanics, Olmsted's; History of English Literature; His- 
tory and Historical Geography; Constitutional Law, Townsend; 
Orations and Forensic Disputations. 

SECOND TERM. 

Astronomy, Olmsted's; Moral and Mental Science and Evi- 
dences of Christianity; Geology; Agricultural Science, and Farm 
Economy; Anatomy, Physiology, and Hygiene, Hutchinson's; 
Strategy; Theory of Education. 



EXAMINATIONS. 



Intermediate Examinations are held during the progress of 
the session; Final examinations near the close of the session. A 
Committee of the Trustees attends the Final Examination. Stu- 
dentsare not allowed to absent themselves from any of their Ex- 
a.ninations; nor are resignations allowed within six weeks of the 
Final Examinations. 



HOWARD COLLEGE. 21 



DEGREES. 



I. Bachelor of Science (B. S.) — Required: Certificates 
of Proficiency in Mathematics; Mechanics and Astronomy; Chem- 
istry; Mental Philosophy; Ethics and Evidences of Christianity; 
History; Mineralogy; Geology; French or German; English; 
Natural History, and Political Economy. Latin or Greek may 
take the place of either of the Modern Languages. 

H. Bachelor of Arts (B. A.) — Required: Certificates of 
Proficiency in Latin; Greek; Mathematics; Mental Philosophy; 
Ethics and Evidences nf Christianity; English; History; Litera- 
ture; one modern Language; Chemistry; Mechanics; Astronomy; 
Mineralogy; Geology; Natural History, and Political Economy. 

HL — Master of Arts (M. A.) — To attain this Degree the 
student must have received Certificates of Proficiency in Latin; 
Greek; English; Mental and Moral Philosoohy; History; Math- 
ematics; Chemistry; Mineralogy; Geology; Natural History; 
Natural Philosophy; two Modern Languages; English Literature, 
and Applied Mathematics; and Certificates of Distinguished Pro- 
ficiency in at least seven entire schools; and have passed a 
satisfactory Review Examination on all the subjects included. 

IV. Civil Engineer (C E ) — The requirements for this 
Degree are Certificates of Proficiency in Mathematics; Applied 
Mathematics; Civil and Military Engineering; Chemistry; Miner- 
alogy and Geology; Natural Philosophy, including Analytical 
Mechanics; French or Germaii; English; and Plans and Reports 
upon assigned subjects. 



GENERAL INFORMATION. 



ADMISSION. 

1. Applicants for admission must furnish evidence of good 
moral character, and produce certificates of honorable dismission 
from the institutions of which they were last members. 

2. .\ student may enter at any time and be assigned to 
proper classes. 

3. All candidates for admission are assigned to such classes 
in the schools of their choice as they are prepared to enter. 

4. Students are required to report to the President within 
twenty-four hours after their arri\ al in town. 



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COURSE OF STUDY. 

Special attention is paid to English Composition and Declama- 
tion, and all students are required to take tne school of English. 
They may select such other studies as their parents or guardians 
may desire. Every one is required to have at least fifteen recita- 
tions a week. 

The time required to complete the course of study for any 
degree will depend upon the previous preparation and upon the 
diligence of the student. 

Professors give assistance on studies that may be behind. 
One or two years of time and much money are thus often saved 
to the student. 

Preparatory courses of instruction are arranged for the ac- 
commodation of those who are not prepared for College classes. 



PLAN OF INSTRUCTION. 

In eveiy department the instruction is practical. 

In all sciences the students are required to use apparatus and 
instruments. 

Original problems are solved; and much attention is ])aid to 
original essays. 

Lectures are occabionally given by the Professors when 
thought serviceable to students; but tlie lule is, that students 
themselves perform in the class room, ihe object being to make 
them proficient in demonstration and explanation. 

Professors and teachers are occupied as many hours as are 
necessary to examine thoroughly each day all the members of 
every class, and thus allow no neglect of any study. 

The classes are divided into small sections, so tliat each stu- 
dent may receive special attention. The members of sections are 
arranged according to merit in each branch, and the students are 
kept constantly stimulated to obtain and preserve good positions. 
The progress of each class and the relative merit of the mem- 
bers are recorded. At the end of each week the results are re- 
l)orted to the President and afterwards posted on the bulletin 
board for encouragement or warning. 

There are weekly reviews in every studv, and no student is 
allowed to pass any portion of the te.xt without understanding the 
subject. 



GOVERNMENT. 

The government is administered by the President and Pro- 
fessors in accordance with the regulations adopted by the Board 
of Trustees. A copy of the laws is kept in each student's room. 



HOWARD COLLEGE. 23 



These laws inculcate manly virtue, preserve order, require 
sobriety and morality, protect and encourage good students, and 
do not allow the persistently idle and immoral to remain where 
they can injure others. 

The personal influence of the President and Faculty is exer- 
cised to encourage the young men in the"discharge of their duties, 
and the co-operation of parents is solicited. 



REPORTS TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS. 

Daily reports of conduct and weekly reports of studies are 
made to the President. From these, semi-quarterly reports are 
made to parents and guardians. The reports to parents show the 
absblute and relative standings in each class, the number of ab- 
sences from classes, and other facts that may be thought of in- 
terest. 

RELIGIOUS CULTURE. 

Prayers are held every morning in the Chapel, and the Fac- 
ulty and studen's attend. 

Students are required to attend the churches of their choice 
every Sabbath morning; and they do, of their own accord, gener- 
ally attend Sabbath School in the morning and church at night. 



MORAL TRAINING. 

By attaching more than usual attention to moral and social 
culture, this college has received a large patronage. No feature 
of the Institution is more highly appreciated by parents and by 
the public. And justly so; for what is the worth of intellectual 
power if the habits and sentiments are corrupt? A sharpened 
sword in the hands of an evil man threatens danger to all society. 
How much harm is being done in the present age by corrupt intel- 
lectual giants! How many young men return from college with 
bright minds but with dissolute habits! To prevent such harm it 
is the policy of this College to give to the morals of its students 
more than usual attention. As a means of protection against evil 
influences it is a regulation (191) of the College that whenever it 
shall have become apparent from any cause that it is to the inter- 
est of any student or of the College that he shall withdraw from 
the Institution, his resignation may be demanded by the President. 

The virtue of all students is watched and improved as if under 
a parent's eye; and it is the glory of this Institution that it can be 
said that for fourteen consecutive years not one boy has returned 
home worse than he came; and hundreds have been raised to a 
higher standard of morals and to more virtuous habits. 



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SOCIETIES. 

There ate in connection with the College and in successful 
operation, two Literary Societies — the Philomathic and the Frank- 
lin. These Societies, provided with well selected libraries, are 
regarded as valuable aids to the student in the formation of a lit- 
erary taste, and in affording opportunities for exercise in debate, 
and in obtaining a knowledge of parliamentary rules. 

All students in the College classes are required to join and 
attend one of the Societies, or to recite on Saturdays to one of 
the Professors. 

Secret Societies are not allowed. 

At the Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees of Howard 
College for 1881, the following preamble and order were passed: — 

Whereas, The influence of Secret College Societies has 
proved in the general experience of educational institutions un- 
favorable to discipline and scholarship and therefore to the wel- 
fare of Colleges and to the best interests of students, it is hereby 
ordered by the Board of Trustees of Howard College, 

That no student of this institution, who may, after the first of 
September, 1881, become a member of such Secret Society or 
Fraternity, shall be eligible to the offices or Honors of Howard 
Colleue. 



ALUMNI SOCIETY. 

OFFICERS. 

W. H. SMITH, President. 

C. A. THIGPEN, Vice-President. 

H. P. BROWN, Secretary and Treasurer. 

C. G. BROWN, ) 

W. T. HENDON, - Executive Committee. 

J. B. SHIVERS, ) 

Hon. J no. M. McKLEROY, Orator 1887. 

W. M. VARY, A. B., Alternate. 



LOCATION. 

The location of Howard College is all that could be desired. 
Marion is situated on the Cincinnati, Selnia and Mobile Railroad. 
Howard College is thus quite accessible by rail from all quarters 
of the State, and from adjoining States. In addition to Howard Col- 
lege, there are located here two large and prosperous Female Semina- 
ries. The town also contains five churches — the Baptist, Methodist, 
Presbyterian, Episcopal and Christian. With these surroundings, 



HOWARD COLLEGE. 2$ 



and with a population of four or five thousand inhabitants, it is 
evident that Marion affords the wholesome restraint of a moral and 
intelligent community, without presenting those extraordinary 
temntations to young men incident to great centres of trade. 



BUILDINGS. 

The main College edifice contains a large Chapel, Library, 
Apparatus Rooms, Laboratory, Halls and offices. 

The Dormitory Buildings, comprising the North Hall and the 
South Hall, contain fifty-four Dormitories, eighteen feet square, 
and four Recitation Rooms. 

The Dining Hall is a commodious and handsome Italian 
stiticture. 

In addition to these buildings, which are on the Campus, the 
College owns the large dwelling across the street in which the 
President lives. 



LIBRARIES. 

Each of the two literary societies has a good library; and the 
College has one. 

Contributions to these li!)raries are solicited. 

During the past session the College library has received four 
hundred valuable volumes from the U. S. Government. 



CABINETS. 

The Geological and Mineralogical Cabinets contain a large 
variety of specimens. A handsome series of Maps and Charts and 
Engravings illustrate Lectures on Geology. 



APPARATUS. 

The Institution is in possession of a good Chemical, Mathe- 
matical and Philosophical Apparatus. 



THE SCHOLASTIC YEAR 

Is divided into two terms. The first begins October ist, and ends 
» January 31st. The second begins February ist,- and ends June 



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EXPENSES, PAYABLE OCT. isx, AND FEB. isx.— 
STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. 

FOR EACH TERM. 

Tuition and Board $ 85 oo 

Furnished room, fuel and servant's hire 22 00 

Washing 4 50 

Total .$111 50 

Expenses per term in the College Department for sons of Ministers. . $ 96 50 
Expenses per term in the Preparatory Department for full pay students. 96 50 

All Students who are not well prepared in English Grammar, 
Arithmetic, and Geography, are classed in Preparatory. 

To cover any damages, $5.00 additional must be deposited; 
but only so much will be retained as may be necessary to cover 
specific and general damages. 

When a student leaves College, all fees, except tuition and 
Dicdical, are refunded. 

ACCOMMODATIONS. 

The dormitory rooms are large and are comfortable in winter 
and in summer. They are furnished with beds, bedding, tables, 
washstands, mirrors, and other articles of convenience and com- 
fort. Perfect order is preserved; and everything conspires to 
secure comfort and facilitate study. 

The Boarding Department receives special attention of the 
College authorities; and the dining hall is presided over by a Su- 
perintendent and three assistants. 

PERSONAL ATTENTION OF THE PROFESSORS. 

The Professors devote all their time to the students, giving 
instruction in the class rooms during the day, and visiting the dor- 
mitories night and day. Parents committing their sons fully to 
the care of the College officers, may be assured that physical com- 
forts, moral influences, and intellectual training, will be provided. 

To avoid distracting influences, to command full attention, 
and to facilitate study, young men are required to board and 
lodge in the College, unless their relatives live in town, or unless 
the Board of Trustees, for special reasons, allow otherwise. 



THEOLOGICAL STUDENTS. 
Theological students who come with licenses from their 
churches do not pay any tuition fee. 



SONS OF MINISTERS 
Have the jjrivilege of the College at reduced rates. 



HOWARD COLLEGE. 27 



CADET CORPS. 

For the purpose of physical education— erect, graceful, and 
manly carriage of body, a vigorous and healthy constitution; for 
cultivating politeness, moral courage, respect for self, deference 
to others, frankness, perseverence, industry, and self-reliance; and 
for giving to the mind the power of close and continued attention 
— military discipline and training are exceedin^jly important; and 
all students are expected to join the Cadet Corps, which is drilled 
not more than one hour a day, and at such a time as not to inter- 
fere with studies. At last annual meeting of the Board of Trus- 
tees the following resolutions were passed: — 

1. That all secular students will be required to join the 
Cadet Corps, excepting such as may be excused by the President 
for special reasons. 

2. That while it shall be optional with theologues as to their 
joining the Corps, yet the Board of Trustees recommend and 
request that they shall do so. 

In the appointment of officers scholarship and class member- 
ship are the prevailing considerations, other things being equal. 
But for special military excellence, rank may be held in abeyance. 



UNIFORM. 

Students should bring from home a good supply of under- 
clothing, but only one suit of outer wear. 

The uniform suit consists of coatee, pants, fatigue cap and 
dress cap. The cost of these is $23.60, of good and durable 
cloth. The usual cloth can be had for less than this, but we 
think no lower grade should be bought. For $27.40 a uniform 
made of the best cloth that is to be found in the United States 
can be had. 

MEDICAL ATTENTION. 

In order that students whose parents live at a distance may 
have medical attention whenever needful, all students from abroad 
are required on matriculation to pay a fee of five dollars. This 
fee secures medical attention for the entire scholastic year. 

VACATION. 

There is no vacation during the session. Classes push rap- 
idly ahead every day; and a student cannot leave at any time 
without loss. One day is given at Christmas, but no student is 
allowed to ^o home at this time. If parents insist upon seeing 
their sons at home during the session, notwithstanding the loss, 
they are requested to arrange for a visit by correspondence with 



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the President. Such time will be given as not to disorganize 
classes and damage other students, and such time as will work as 
little detriment as possible to the individunl. But no furlough 
will be allowed within two weeks before nor one week after Christ- 
mas, and none to include Christmas. 



commp:ncement and degrees. 

1. The Annual Commencement is held on theSECOND Wed- 
nesday IN June. 

2. No student is admitted to a Degree or permitted to take 
any part in the Commencement Exercises unless he has creditably 
sustained all his examinations, performed such other exercises as 
may have been assigned him, and settled all college dues, includ- 
ing a graduating fee of five dollars. 



COMMENCEMENT ORATIONS. 

baccalaureate sermon. 

Bv Rev. John A. Broadus, D. D., LL. D., - - Louisville, Ky. 

Sunday, Jiinc 6, i886. 

1!ACCalaureate address. 

Bv Hon. D. P. Bestor, - . . . Mobile, Ala. 

Coiiimeiiccmnit Day, June gf/i, iS86. 



HOWARD COLLEGE. 29 



REGISTER. 



ALUMNI. 

XAMES. KESIOENCES. 

1848. 

fJoiiN T. Barron, A. M., M. D, Practioner, Surgeon C. S. A Mnrioii 

■f Thomas Booth, Merchant .Selma 

f William S. Blassen(;ame, A. M Texas 

f William L. Moseley, Professor Orrville Academy . Dallas Co 

f Henry W. Nave, Attorney I'erry Co 

f Milton. M. Weisinger, A. M., M. D., Practitioner Florida 

fSiNOLETON A. Williams, A. M Montgomery 

1S49. 

Francis Abbott, Lawyer Arkansas 

Geo. D. Johnson, Lawyer, Legislator, Gen'l C. S. A., 

Commandant Cadets University of Alabama Tuskaloosa 

f Lewis A. Moseley Dallas Co 

Robert A. F. Parker, A. M., M. D., Practitioner Wilcox Co 

William H. Smith, Professor Tennessee 

1S50. 

f fosEPH J. Freeman, Greene Co 

f Henry C. Hooten, A. M Georgia 

f James F. Hooten Macon. Ga 

Henry C. King, Lawyer, Col. C. S. A Memphis, Tenn 

f Richard J, Yarrington, A. M., Editor Montgomery 

T851. 
GRADUATES LNf THEOLOGY. 

James S. Abbott, Minister of the Gospel Wilcox Co 

Washington Wilkes, A. M., Minister of the Gospel Talladega Co 

1S52. 

George W. Chase Georgia 

William D. Lee, A. M., Lawyer, Planter and State Com'r (ireensboro 

f Powhatan Lockett, A. M. Legislator, Judge, 

Prof. Howard College Marion 

Geo. W. Lockiiart, A. M., M. D , Practitioner Pontotoc, Miss 

f Richard A. Montague, A. M., Prof. Howard College Marion 

James H. Peeples Mississippi 

GRADUATE LNf THEOLOGY. 
Andrew J. Seale, Minister of the Gospel Greene Co 

1853- 

Thomas C. Daniel, Lawyer Mississippi 

f Thomas S. Howard, Lawyer Macon Co 

fHUGH S. LiDE, Planter Sumter Co 

1854. 

Jonathan M. Bell, Minister of the Gospel Butler Co 

William E. Chambi.iss, A. M. Minister of the Gospel Mississippi 

fLEViN B. Lane, Jr., killed in the C. S. Army Marengo Co 

William A. May, Planter: Sumter Co 

William Howard, A. M., D. D., Pastor Austin, Texas 

fDeceased. 



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1855.. 

John C. Foster, Minister of the Gospel Mississippi 

f Samuel R. Freeman, D. D., Pies. Howard College, Pastor. Jefferson, Tex 

Zechariah G. Henderson, Minister of the Gospel Macon, Co 

JosEi'H L. Hunter Mississippi 

(iEORcui C. Mattison Benton 

f Watkins Phei.an, Lawyer, killed in the C. S. Army Marion 

1856. 
fCiiARLES C. Cleveland. Planter Dallas Co 

A. Sidney Hinton. Planter Perry Co 

Thomas M. Marbury, Planter Coosa Co 

William N. Reeves, D. D., Minister of the Gospel, Trustee of 

Howard College. .Eufaula 

James C. Wright, Minister Oxford 

1S57. 

Waddv L. Armstrong, Lawyer Marion 

■David M. Reeves, Minister of the Gospel New York State 

Samson K. Shepparu, Lawyer Bibb Co 

185S. 

B. B. McKenzie, a. B., Civil Engineer Montgomery 

M. 13. Robinson, A. B., Farmer Benton 

flAMES M. TuRMiow, B. S., killed in the C. S Army Hamburg 

1859. 

A. W. Brasskield, A. B Forkland 

Samuel C. Cook, A. B., Capt. C. S. A., Lawyer Camden 

John P. Hubbard, A. B., Lawyer, Speaker 11. of Rep., Cir. Judge Troy 

R. T- LiDE, A. B., Planter Carlowyille 

J. A. Chambliss, a. M., D. D., Pastor, Pres. Warrenton, Va., Female Sem'y 

Andrew J. Hollman, A. B., Druggist Carroll Co, Miss 

fVV. G. Johnson, A. M., Lawyer, Capt. C. S. A Marion 

■Jesse B. Shivers, A. M., Lawyer, Capt. C. S. A Marion 

\Vm. L. Fagan, a. M., Professor, Capt. C. S. A Marion 

RoBT. S. Harkness, B. S.. Planter Clinton 

Jas. H. George, B. S., M. D., Capt. C. S. A.. Practitioner Texas 

fN. S. McCraw, B. S., Major C. S. A., Lawyer Selma 

i860. 

John F. Burns, A. M.. Capt. C. S. A., Planter, Legislator Burnsville 

Jno. T. Caine, a. B., Planter Uniontown 

Thos. B. Cox, A. M., Capt. C. S. A., Lawyer Macon, Ga 

J. L. Dupree. a. M., Capt. C. S. A., Planter Macon, Miss 

Jno. W. Friend, A. B Greene Co 

W. T. Hendon. a. M., Lawyer, Col. C. S. A., Planter Marion 

f A. P. Hinton. A. B.. Capt. C. S. A., Planter Texas 

f E. P. KiRKLAND, A. B., Minister of the Gospel. ... Greene Co 

JT. M. Lenoir, Capt. C. S. A Cahaba 

R. A. Massev, A. M., State Evangelist, Professor Texas 

J. M. McKleroy, A. M., Lawyer, State Sup't Pub. Listruct. of Ala. .P'ufaula 

L. B. Robertson. A. B , Oxford 

fpAUL A. RUTLEDGE, A. P.., Lieutenant, killed in C. S. A Marion 

IIenrv Snei.l. a. B Monroe Co 

fJoilN \V. Taylor, A. B., Minister of the Gospel Pickensville 

f Deceased. 



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1S61. 

John G. Dupres, A. B., Planter Macon. Miss 

J. ^L Shivers, A. B , Planter Marion 

Jno. C. Williams. A. B., Farmer, Merchant Mobile 

fj. H. Pollard, A. B Uniontown 

J. A. Robertson, A. B Mobile 

Oliver H. SpExN'cer, A. B., Aid de Camp. C. S. A., Planter Monroe Co 

B. M. Henry, A. B.. Lt. C. S. A., Legislator Glennville 

G. W. Thic.pen, a. M., Professor. Greenville 

1862. 

Wm. Hester, A. B., M. D., Practitioner Medicine Tuskaloosa 

Henry Weisinger, A. B Tennessee 

1863. 
f Henry Harrell, A. B., Druggist Texas 

D. P. Goodhue, A. M , Merchant, Professor Gadsden 

1S66. 

C. G. Brown, A. M., Lawyer, Attorney for State Marion 

1867. 

G. L Hendon, a. B., Insurance Agent Texas 

T. S. Sumner, A. M., M. D., Practitioner New York City 

O. L. Shivers, B. S., M. D., Practitioner Newberne 

H. G. Weisinger. A. M., Professor .Tennessee 

1S68. 
H. C. Cooke. Professor, Druggist Kimball, Texas 

1869. 

Knox Lee, A. B., Lawyer Texas 

f Preston W Vaiden. A. B., M. D .Manon 

J. H. Hendon, A. B., Minister of the Gospel Texas 

1870. 

B. M. Fouche, a. B Tennessee 

T. D. Jones, A. B '. Texas 

E. M. Vary, A. B., Lawyer, Judge of Probate Florida 

T. J. White, A. B., M. D., Practitioner Uniontown 

1871. 
Z. T. Weaver, B. S., Minister of the Gospel Barbour Co 

1872. 

J. M. Harrell, A. B., Ass't Prof. Howard College, Lawyer Linden, Tex 

M. T. Sumner, A. B., County Surveyerand Engineer Birmingham 

1873. 

W. D. Fonville, a. M.. Prof. Math. Howard College, Prof Tuskegee 

A. P. Smith, A. B.. ^L D.. Practitioner ."^ Cireene Co 

fW. W. Sanders, B. S.. Minister of the Gospel Tuskaloosa 

f F. a. Bonner, B. S. , Professor Choctaw Co 

W. W. BussY, B. S., Bank Cashier Culumints, Ga 

A. T- Perry, B. S., Planter, Merchant Birmingham 

1S74. 
J. M. Dill, A. M., Prof. Howard College, Prof 1 uskaloosa 

f Deceased. 



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1875. 

D. G. Lyon. A. B., Minister of the Gospel, Prof. Harvaru College Mass 

J. S. Dill, A. H., Minister of the Gospel Tuskaloosa 

J. L. ]5oNNER, A. B., Minister of the Gospel Choctaw Co 

1S76. 

P. King, ]r., A. B , Lawyer Atlanta, Ga 

S. Mabry, Jr., a. B.. President Clayton Female College Clayton 

J. A. Howard. A. B., Minister of the Gospel Seale 

W. T. Crenshaw, B. S., Lawyer . . .Atlanta, Ga 

W. W. Burns, B. S. , Merchant \ . Selma 

W. E. Brown, B. S., Lawyer Colorado 

1877. 

W. M. Wilkerson. a. B., M. D Montgomery 

T. H. Clark, A. B., Professor, Lawyer. Editor Selma 

J. R. Tyson, A. B., Lawyer, Legislator Montgomery 

1878. 

T. W. Raymond, A. M., Minister of the Gospel Tennessee 

W. W. Wilkerson, A. M., Lawyer Union Springs 

1878. 

L. L. Lee, A. B., (ist honor) Farmer Marion 

C. L. Winkler, A. B., (2nd honor) Lawyer South Carokna 

John Moore. Jr., A. B., Lawyer Tennessee 

J. W. Ponder," A. B., Merchant Opelika 

J. D. Gwaltney, a. B., Professor Shorter College Georgia 

fB. F. Colley, Jr., B. S., Planter, Lawyer Mississippi 

W. H. Cooper, B S.. Planter Calhoun Co 

fj. M. Herring, B. S., Professor Springville 

IL P. Brown, L. B., Lawyer Texas 

\V. F. Hogue, L. B., Lawyer Marion 

M. T. Sumner, Jr., L. B., Civil Engineer. Birmingham 

1S79. 

W. V. Dill, A. B., Druggist Tuskaloosa 

P. T. Hale, A. B., Minister of the Gospel Kentucky 

W. S. Lott, A. B., Merchant Mobile 

P. M. Johns, B. S., Merchant, Planter Bullock Co 

L. C. Allen, B. S., Planter. Engineer Mexico 

J. W. CoNNELLA, B. S., Edifor Dakota 

1880. 
J. M. Foster, A. B., Professor, Lawyer Tuskaloosa 

B. H. AURAMS, A. B., Merchant Mobile 

C. F. Woods, A. B. Lawyer Meridian, Miss 

J. T. MONCRIEK, B. S.. Merchant Montgomery Co 

S. W. Welsh, B. S., Planter Talladega Co 

1S81. 

H. ¥. Smith, A. B., Merchant Prattville 

S. O. Hall, A. B., Minister of the Gospel Virginia 

H. Griggs, A. B., Professor Montevallo 

A. W. McGaha, a. B., Minister of the CJospel Cairo, 111 

N. S. Walker, A. B., Planter Tallapoosa Co 

J. M. McCokd, B. S., Minister of the Gospel, Profe.ssor Bibb Co 

C. W. Knight, B. S., M. D., Professor Snow Hill 

IL D. Lyman, B. S., Merchant Birmingham 

fDeceased. 



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J. R. Savu'EY, a. B., Minister of the Gospel, Ass't Prof, liaptist Theo Seiii.Ky 

R. D. Palmer A. B . M. D.. Practitioner Louisiana 

VV. H. Lovelace, A. B., Merchant. Marion 

T. C. K.ING, A. B. . Birmingham 

P. C. Drew, A. M., Minister of the Gospel McKinley 

W. J. Alsop, B. S., Merchant Montgomery 

B. F. Giles, B. S., Minister of the Gosjiel. . Kentucky 

1883. 

J. G. .ScarboroU(;h, A. B., Lawyer California 

Orr Haralson, A. B.. Manufacturer Selma 

T. E. LocKHART, A. B.. Druggist Marion 

W. M. Vary A. B., Professor . , . Marengo Co 

J. H. Foster, A. B.. Professor Demupolis 

1884. 

W. H. .Smith A. M., Minister of the Gospel Jefferson Co.. .\la 

W. B. New.ma.n, A. M., Lawyer ... .Clarke Co., Al.a 

1884. 

G. W. Maco.n, A. B.. (ist honor) Professor . .University of Arkansas 

J. M. QUARLES, A. B., (2nd honor) Professor Star City, Ark 

W. L. Sanford, a. B., Merchant .Te.xas 

C. W. Garrett. A. B.. Farmer Lowndes Co 

(. W. Stewart. B. S., Minister of the Gospel Fayette Co., Ala 

J. M. HuDso.N, B. S., Cashier of Bank Mobile 

1385. 

W. L. Sampev, a. B • Clanton, Ala 

J. M. Webb, A." B Lafayette, Ala 

L. E. Thomas, A. B Marion, La 

W. O. JoH.NSON. A. B Beulah, Ala 

H. R. Schramm, A. B Eufaula, Ala 

J. W. Hurt B. S Marion, Ala 

H.S.Sanders B. S Marion, Ala 

1 886. 

C. A. Thigpen, A. M Greenville, Ala 

1886. 

W. G. Brown, A. B. (ist honor) .... Marion, Ala 

W. M. Webb. A. B. (2nd honor) Lafayette, Ala 

L. O. Dawson, A. B Atlanta. Ga 

J. W. McCollum a. B ■ Dallas Co., Ala 

D. J. McWilliams, a. B V\ ilco.x Co., Ala 

W. L. Pruett, a. B Bullock Co.. Ala 

J. M. McIver, a. B Dallas Co.. Ala 

J. B. Adams, A. B Montgomery, Ala 

John Gamble, Jr., A. B Greenville, Ala 

W. W. Ransom. A. B Birmingham, Ala 

J. C. Lovelace, A. B Marion, Ala 

J. H. Rainer Jr., B. S Union Springs, Ala 

R. L. Goodwin. B. S Selma, Ala 

Note. — Graduates are requested to suggest any correction needed in the 
Register and to give other facts that may be proper to record. 

•f-Deceased. 



34 


CATALOGUE 






T. F. Bledsoe. . 
W. Carey Crane 

S. H. LOCKETT. . . . 


HONORARY DEGREES. 

i860. 


M. A. 

D. D 


1866. 


M. A. 

M A 


I. B. Vaiden 




J. H. DeVotie 




.... D. D. 


R. C. Burleson. . . 


1867. 


... . D D 


R. HOLMAN 


1868. 


D D 


CAinVALLADER LEWIS 

1S69. 
p. H. Mell 


LL. D. 

LL. D. 

D. D. 


A. J. Battle 


1870. 


E. B. Teague 




D. D. 


W. C. Cleveland. 

J. J. D. RENFROfi. . 


1875- 


D. D. 

D. D. 


Crawford li. Toy 
J. B. Hawthorne. 
B. PURYEAR 

W. S. Webb 


1877. 


LL. D. 

D. D. 


1878. 


LL. D. 

D. D. 


Wm. Carroli 




Ph. D. 


J. H. Foster 


1879. 


D. D. 

D D. 

M. A. 


A. B. WOODFIN. . . . 


r88o. 


W. R. BoGGS. Jr. . 




George B. Eager. 
T- E. Chambliss . . 


1881. 


D. D. 


1883. 


D. D. 


T. M. Bailey, 




.). D. 


J. M. Frost 


1884. 


D. U. 


y. M. I'llILLIPS. . . . 




1). D. 


W. H. Willi A.MS. 
[. E. WlLI.ETT 




D. D. 

LL. D. 


A. C. Davidson. . . 


1885. 


D. D. 

D. D. 


\V. E. Lloyd 




G. W. Thomas. . . 




LL. D. 

LL. D. 

n n. 


Geo. M. Edgar. . . 

0. F. (iREGORV. . . . 


1886. 






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