DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1886.
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TBE SPECIJUL DELIVERY.
TBE rOSTM ASTEB GE5EBIL PRE
PARISH TO PUT THE
;Klm la Geaeral Operation October
- let Rules for the Governmeat
Washikoton, Aagost 16. The Toet
muter General baa issued a circular
of information and Instruction to pot
mMters concerning and preparatory
tj pu'-ting ino operation on October
let, the act of August 4th, 1886, author
izing the extension of the ipicial de
livery system to all prwtolflcM and to all
mailable mat'er. The nrcniar pro
Tides that e?ery port Mike in the
United States and Territories, and the
Pitriet of Columbia, now established
and which shall be established while
the foregoing act remains, is hereby
designated as a special delivery olllce.
These regulations take effect October,
183ti, after which date every post
muter will be held responsible for
the immediate delivery of every ar
ticle of mailable matter which my be
received addressed to his office
properly stamped with a special do
Iivary st imp. Sw-h immediate de
livery mntt bs mule when the article
ia directed to an address residing or
having a place of bnslnss within one
mile of the postoflice. The obligation
to ) de'iver docs not extend to an
addreta beyond that distance, but the
postmaster will be at liberty to make
such delivery beyond such limits and
to receive the compensation therefor,
as in any other esse. It is commended,
as a proper and considerate thing to
be done, in accommodation of the
aonilnr wrhnnaver it is reosonubly con
venient The hours within which
immediate delivery shall be made
at ml be at hast from 7 o'clock a.m. to
6 o'clock p m., and further, until the
arrival of the last train, provided that
such arrival shall not be later than 0
o'c ockp.ro. Postmasters are not re
quired to make deliv try of special de
livery on Sunday, but will be at liber
ty, however, ti deliver special deliv
ery letters and parcels arriving on Sun
day. Such immediate delivery may,
at third and fourth clust offices, be
made by the postmaster himself, by
any aesislant or clerk, or by any other
competent person be may employ sa
messenger. The service contemplated
by the law requires that all special de
livery matter slull reach the address
withithe greateet possible expedition
af'.er it arrives at the postoflice. Post
masters should, therefore, open all
mails atones on their arrival and im
mediately separate the matter bearing
special delivery stamps, and stamp or
writs on the envo'ope or wrapper the
name of the olllce and the date and
hour when the matter arrives. Next,
the matter must be numbered, alter
which it must be delivered without loss
of time. For every special deliv
ery articlo delivered the postmaster
must take a receipt. After a special
delivery article hai been taken out for
delivery and has liosn returned, with
the information that the person ad
d'csed has removed to the delivory
of another rlllce, and the article is
then forwarded.it is not to be regarded
as entitled to special delivory the
same ai ordinary mr.t'er when hearing
a special delivery stamp in addition
to the full postago and delivery fee re
quired by law and the regulations.
No etlori wl'.l he enured bv postmas
ter, or any nther postal authorities to
expedite tde mailing of nmtt 'r bearing
special delivery siamps. The wot da
"secures immediate delivery at special
delivery olllce" will, however, be
changed to read "secures immediate
delivery at nny postolllce" on the
special delivery ntamp now in general
use. The use of the stamps with the
former words will bo continued until
the present Bupply is exhausted.
Suitable supplies of the special deliv
ery stamps will be Bent to any post
office in the country which
may make requisition for th'in,
and are to be sold by post
masters In any required amount and
to any person who may apply for
them, bnt they can bs uaed only for
the purpose of securing the Immedi
ate delivery of matter. Under no
-circumstances are they to be uaed in
the payment ol postages o( any de
scription or of the registry fee. nor are
any other stamps to be employed to
secure special delivery except the
special delivery stamp. The special
delivery stamp must be in addition
. to the lawful postage, and any article
of first clasi matter not prepaid with
at least one full rate of postage, and
any parcel of any other class of mat
ter on which (postage haa not been
fully prepaid, in accordance with the
law and regulations, must bs tieutud
as held for postage, even thouith hear
ing a special delivery stamp. l'oat
masters at fourth claes nflices are not in
an y case entitled to rommhMlons on the
special delivery stamps on letters and
panels mailed by them. No failure in
any ins'ance where delivery is ponsl
ble can be considered excusn'le.
Every comp'aint of a laiiuie in sucn a
delivery will be promptly investigated
and the responsibility fixed, with
proper consequences. Ho mllce, how
ever small, is exomt from this obliga
tion, and the system and duties under
it are so simple taat no excuse can be
accepted for any failure to meet the
obligation, should there be as many
special delivery stamps S'dtl as one-
fifteenth the number of ordinary
stamps and larger sales may be fairly
expected the gross allowance on this
stccouot will equal tne total compensa
tion now paid to all fourth-class prat
masters together. Their inter en: coin'
cides with dutv.
Trie following epical Instructions
re given to pustmsstera at tree deliv
ery offices : All poetrlices wh ch on
the 1st of Octobsr, 188(1, may be free
delivery offices, are hereby excepted
from the operations ot the above order.
Bo far as the aatne prescribe i the meth
ods of Immediate delivery, and at all
such free delivery offices the special
deliver? avstem will be retained
throughout, and the employment of a
recnlar fores of inessenrors as at nrea
ent, and postmasters at such offloes
will continue to bs governed by the
regulations in the circular of Auiiust
11, 1838, published In the l'uatul
Guide fr Jaouary, 1886, and bv the
instructions if sued in pursuance there
of. -except ss the same are herein mod
ified. Pos'tu.stsis are not required to
make delivery of spec al delivery mat
ter on Sunday, but will he at liberty,
however, to deliver special delivery
letters and pare Is arriving on bunday
The law provides that the Post
master General "may contract for
the immediate delivery of all
article from any rostoffice at any
tii ice less than eight cents per pirce
when be shall diem it expedient.
Prstmasicrs at free delivery offices
' will, there lore, forward any propest
-lions from corpora inns or other repn
table parties for performing the imme-
-diate delivery ot m-.ii niuuer at ineir
respect ve offices with a statement of
All facia and s ch recommendations as
they may ste proper to make.
f Iretl J.II
Danville. Pa" AniMiit 10. 8. W,
Armlatead, artdatant poetrxaa'er at
Danville, committed aucide by bang
ia. He left a letter Bavin be was
tired of life. Xotblog is wrong in bis
accounts. The deceased wai a promi
nent man here, and wis Fast Noble
Grand Master in the order of Odd
VISITOR FBOJI EHPHIS ABD
OaHEJB aollTIIEBX Fours.
The Brewery Alone Ike Enst Tennes
see, Vlrt-lala and eeorln KoiA
' Bulla and Urrmaua,
rcoaaasroXDixcs or ths ipriiL.I
Al.LKOHBNY Sl'BIKOS, VA., AogOSt
13. Having floated out from Mem
phis on the osnsl wave that rolls
m.-jui.ta'nward with tidal icgularity
BboiH the Irt of Aogust, mv mod st
skiff has landed me on the "old Vlr
ginia shore." What a comfort to lay
aside busy care and pursue the quiet
themes of peace here in the beautiful
heart of the Old Dominion. Tbe t da
of fashionable summer travel has set
to tbe mountains of Virginia, where
the elevation, the beauty and leitility
of tbe country, its wild mountain
scenery, its pure, sparkling waters, all
combine to render this tbe most at
tractive region of the Blue Ridge and
Allegheny. Already quite a number
have arrived from Memphis and other
Boat hern points, and many more are
expected. Looking back over onr
entire trip from Memphis hither
we feel lost for language with which
we may adequately describe its de
light, its beauty, its luxury, it mag
nificence. Speeding along tbe attract
ive route of the great syetem known
as the Fast T6nnefsce, Virginia and
Georgia railroad, whirling past beau
tiful towns and cities, green valleys
and rich fields of grain, a scenery of
surpassing beauty and grandeur greets
the eye. Nearing Cnattanooga, we
dash along J he winding Tennessee,
and If we could surpass the supt rln
live would say that nature had vied
with herself in chiseling out this
gorgeous seam of niountun icsnery.
Sweeping along around the curves of
this beautiful stream, scenes of en
chantment following each other in
varied and vivid succession, burst
upon our f asdnated vision and seem
to chase us in untiring tide. Tbe
Eiist Tennessee, Virginia and
Georgia railroad has been the
most generous patron of science and
bai vied with other great and pro
gressive systems in utilizing all appli
ances that could assure the safety and
comfort of the traveling public, and of
recent years the management have
given considerable attention to the de
velopment of the mineral wealth along
its line, abounding in rich veins of the
most useful metals, such as iron, cop
per, lead, sine, coal, eic.
At New River Station we catch
glimpses of the famous New River,
whose lapsing, laughing waters, leap
ing after each other in rippling wave
lets, play in the golden suuliniit and
bathe in silver spray it) countless isles.
Upon the banks of this cWsio stream
are the celebrated Hawks' Nest snd
New River Falls, embalmed In the
realms of song and story, and within
its enchanting limits are earthly vis
ions that challonge a peer In ell tbo
The grounds here are beautiful and
exteneiva, with a fronUgo on the fam
ous Roanoke, which, freshened by a
gentle breeze, g iatens like a huge
necklaco ol diamonds in tno suniignr,
and the balcony of the Grand lioiel
lsoks out upon a vast lawn as lovely as
an English park, sweetly o'eraprirad
with a velvet mantle of deep summer
green and adorned wan louniains.
lliiwerlng shrubs and shade trees of
noble forest oaks and luxuriant silver
spies, oach of which has its romance
1 , - i - . i. I . : ..
niiu aOnuiiua rj uuuiuruuo vb iuq inir
women and brave men mho dream or
flirt away the happy hour j beneath
their leafy canopies. In the near d s-
tunce looms the celebrated fa t rond
mountain, whose Alpine peaks sky
ward climb in rare and uninue com
binations, and presenting a bound'ess
succession of teriacsd mountains wMt h
meet the eye in magnificent panorama.
Here upon tbe bosom ol tots im
perial mountain is a favorite retreat
for rambling lovers, where the
sound of insects ia heard among the
wild honeysuckle, the smell of the
fern is delicious, the air is sparking
and the sky varies in wondorful cloud
eflVcts. Ia tbe deep shade of the
one-tired ravines are the haunts of
the pheuant and wild turkey, and
the speckled trout spoitsln the limpid
waters ol the winding Koanone that
skirta the rtiitged base of the mount
ain. The invalid here ouall's vigor from
the sparkling fountain and D'eathes a
pure mnunUin sir that makes hit
blood tirgie with delight and gives to
his choea the bloom of youili and
frishneas. Here the days are sweet
and balmv and the sun pours, in
brighter efluluence. its si reams of
iibIi ulit uoon the slad?ouio eartu
'at herds are scattered about, shading
themselves under the trees or nipping
the succulent grass amid lovely
Bcenos of iaetral beauty, and
pi unit d birds of Southern skies
lend their son its of iov and exultation
to the inspiration ol happy couples
who stroll or promenade tue graveled
walks. Tiaswi-et to commune with
nature hers amid romantic realms of
dreamy woodland or ait and watch the
filmy clouds hanging over the valiey
and t u bins like a silver veil the dim
bu crest of tin distnt mourn am
This it a perfect summer's evening,
suchaanoeta slnir: the sinking sua
rests like a cr wn of glory up n tbe
cerulean brow of the mountain;
solden flush of color adorns the radl
ant horla n. Na ure alone ran tmt
those shades ot evening and melt into
that mellow glory the lights and
shades of the dying day. Now tbe
twilight steals out of tbe forest and
shadows are craeolna over the wooded
sl tes. tbe eatt e low in tbe lane, the
aheep bells tinkle on the bill tope
and the presence 01 Duieous
woman brightens each eoena with
her smiles and (traces. While feasting
our eyes amid this in ay ot a weet at
tractions, breathing the baimy air, ua
tenioB to the chant of waterfalls and si
peace with all tbe world, a lesn Is
written upon the heart and sense,
awakenlnir naw thouihta of the aran
denr of creatioa and leaving Ineffable
lmprrseiooa of the mighty power and
socdnHts of nature's God in thus
toner ing with a kiss this favored spot
where all around is loveliness, glory
Am na iha twltea hurt are til
Mieses Lena Jackson and Smith, of
New Orleans; MIbmm May Keichum
and G'me Sr John, of Mobi e ; Mieses
IL giod and Willis, of Galveston, end
Mm-es Kirk and R-eee. of Atlanta.
The germ n laet night was the most
bnliai.tof the eetsmand marked a
io lv so d time, and the windows and
d.Hira of the grand ballroom, with Its
various artistic adornments, were
thr nged with esgsr specta'ora to be
bo d tbe merry sues a whirling in the
tiiar.y d'nee, and the rich coe-.umea
slid rare diamonds glittering beneath
tli-i bri 1 .in nt cbandlier presented a
steno of charming Interest.
'.?''; ' " ' ' " ,'
THE HUMBEIt AND YARIZTY OF
Some of tbe Features ef This Charm
lac; Resort The Falrmouat
rcoaaisrosDssos or tbi irrtuA
Mohteaolb, Tins., August 14 To
select from a pr gramme si full i f in
terest any special item is absurd; 10
try ti cssmcrato all with any idoa of
their values, hoieless in the spa:e
allowed. Mempbiani are esteemed
bete for their activity in promoting
tbe best Inttres's of the great move
ment, and are representatives of the
very best Southern Ame iran e ement.
We have bad this week the record of
tbe splendid summer schools, which
has been shown in statistics of work
dooe by the faculty of fine special
ists twenty-two in number. Tbe
number and variety of schools has
made anything, from primary to post
graouate studies, open to any bdu all
conferences, and conversations have
added value to the students' applica
tion to books. Language, art and
music have each been especially nota
ble for the progress made and tbe
methods of Instruction practiced.
Frank Beard, tbe great chalk talker,
gave four lectures this week in the
amphitheater. To these were added
talks to the children (illustrated) that
were new. orlKlnai and brilliant, tie
left yeaterday leaving impressions not
to bs eflaced by any successor.
Mrs. Alden (I'ansy) Is now aiving
her charming lessons to the children.
She also lectures, or rather talks, to
primary tescbera on their work. These
wo prominent persons, oy their talent,
laim tbe a tention ol all. A great
Alabama day, npon which, beside
other ceremonies, tha corner stone of
be Alabama Teachers Home was laid
with Mns mic honors. Col. Johnson
is here, first in every good work. Miss
Anna Johns m s sweet voico is heard.
our concerts. Miss Emma B.
liroane has been in't'Umental in se
curing attractive features to the as
eembly. Mrs. Carrincton Mason,
gifted, accomplished and full of grace,
tbe center ot a charming coterie
of friends. The work of Alfred Mason
the wood carving clas has bad
comment from teacher and visitors,
who saw a panel and tome smaller
works of this clever voting artist that
were not only creditable, bnt finished
with the touch of genius. Miss Hen
derson, the teacher, says lor tbe ciars
here that the work is worthy of much
older stndents. Little Elizabeth
Mas'in has bean the sweet model of
the sketching class, of which Mrs.
Mason is a leading member. Seated
on a log, with a graceful pose, tbe
pretty, innocent face surrounded by
eoic locks confined by s close cap,
uoks op with a lovely expression. A
souvenir was given the little lady by
Georgo W. Chambers, the sketch clone
by himSBll and adorned with his au-
graph. Airs, uampuen, pleasant,
litnl cctuftl, graceful and kind, has
contr bated to Memphis papers some
spiri'ed lotters of the doinits here. Mr.
and Airs. .Bingham ijlt here tlilB week:.
They w re spending some time with
M las (jHlla, M lioee charming voice de-
luhteil tli1 audiuuee ga hereJ to hear
the programme of the summer con
cert of Fairmount College for Young
lBdies. The programme was com
pose! of selections designed to show
the tinming and attainrueut of pu
pils. We give it:
Byrni'hony No. 1 0..... Beothovon
AIimoi Monroe lampoon, may uu
llo o. Annla Mollao. Uui.lio liallaril.
Italian Concerto ....Bach
M ph C irrio McOonnoll.
On Wings My Fancy Run6-....MenJolsnhn
Mi- lluiiio Ballard.
Concerto N". 1 lib 6 Moiart
SIihi Mamie Milliard.
Imirotntu No. 2 Kb Schubert
Mini Lena Juny.
Concerto No. 1 Hendelaaobn
II ark, Hark the La k Schubert
Aiua ueiia mngnam.
Qr.Sonato I Minor Sohuraan
Valfo Brilllanic Motknwikl
Mines U. Ballard, M. Dulloae, M.
Mclloo, A. McBoo.
Miss Kate Leslio McCondless Is a
at her w:io combines qualities which
Inspire smmtion hy brilliant perlo-m
ance and has a rare gift of imparting
knowledge and skill. The concert
was (tt'ned through without flaw, the
symphony of Beethoven g-tting its
deoerved smve ol hearty applause as a
wonderfdi feat of performance. Tbe
Misses lia lnrd execu ed twin pieces
with brilliancy. Miss Lena Juny, a
yotu g girl, eurprised her friends by
her knowledge of her piece and per
fect slf poiM'-tMou during the difficult
romierin. Miss Cell Bingham's
solo, "Hark! Hark I tlm Lirkl" was
repiur.ms'y encored. The clear, full,
tl. li no es of a charming voice wore
managed and given in an artistic
manner. A lady, who is competent
to speak with euiiority, said: "This
is assuredly the finest school concert I
ever atiem ed. Aiies Bingham a emg
ing was glonoiH." Mias Mct.'andless
lias had Ueiman tiaimng. Conscien
tious work with pm i s has had rich
re-ulti ttiia year. Miss Bingham's
voice has grown since lost we heard
her. Mhs McCandless's one perform
a"C0 was such an exhibition of
po ver as to mako her rocall an earn
est one. Quiti beyond even tbebtst
of teachers we have heard ber per
formances create the question, "Why
t-ach at all 7" Indeed, there are very
few with aurh gifts that would consent
to the fatigue, but rich re
war J in result, of teaching. Mr. Mc
Boe bea a'wavs had in his school
superior mu leal department. Mils
MrCandless succeeds Mrs. K. Wayne
Wi's in, a mns'clan of renown now
In New York city as instroc rees of a
large ds'S. The Assembly ('o return)
n- xt week, will be an interesting one.
New faces and new Interest comes
afier the li't'e blank space of the de
parture of the school devotees. This
will be "temperance" week the Hon.
Georye W. Bain, of Kentucky, will lec
ture Tne'day aud Wednesday. The
weather haa been warm here, nights
eool and moonlight superb. We have
fine mnslc aod much ol it daily, In ad
dition to set programmes for concerts
every Friday. Monte agle is peculiarly
Hqulraa no rooatug,
and Peedlns ot Infnnts, aaaiiaa tree.
A PPNTQ c'lln moBoy with our Anutfjr
aUC.Il I O JUnto nuidt, and eelleottn
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ana Teathlng. A pm-tlaa'ml fcod for Orw
pamloa, Coneumptlvee, Oonvaleaeenta.
PnrTnot Btttriaut la all W.iti.. ni.....L
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'rottuor of itrdJrlnt ai 6 Bnyal P,Wt'fy;
tgkt of Uu i?M A tutrian Order of A m
wai KmaUt ioimut o A woJ tipmt
i Order & Jnlxlla; Kniaht of tkt Koyal
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oaU Legion o Uvrnir, ie., iyi!
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hiah oommendatiuni it hat received In all
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Horses. Cattle, Sheep
DOCS, HOGS, POULTBY, -
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ATT. AWTI T.TTVT1?
popularity of "Wilbor . Compound ol tod
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and the proprietor haa ample evidence on
file of ita great, aucnoss in pulmonary com
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It is proscribed by the modica I faculty. Sold
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found In f aoctaw county. Ala.,
nenr the famous lllndon anlneral
prlnpra.: Thlerarth had arreat lo
cm I celebrity a " Boner.' liarth."
from the aarao of the dlscoTeror
of the bed or mine, now owned by
the Acid Iron i:arth Company- of
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f the Dlg;eatlve Organ and the
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Scalds and Brnlses, ACID IKON
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iiih.n at 'Tlllhla. On lltf fnnUM
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-ntw ai.lna all yai tleal
ll.iTt.l ). . T.-TuMt
CORRUGATED IRON SIDING
And Iron Icoofing.
Fire. Wind, Water and lightning
root. Suitable tor all tin. I ouuaings.
For price, and estimates at faotory rales
oali on or adoreas
MKMPHIt) METAL k WOOD MF'Q CO.,
438 A 440 Mala at., and 21 A 23 Malberry at.
Headquarters for Iron Fene a and Creating
uaivanifod tron - ornico.i in nni a -invM
For Sale Engine and Boiler.
ft K D0R8K POWRH-Nearlynew. Also,
ZlJ a.nokatak, i-eltini, pullays, Shalt
ing, tool., etc. Applv to or a.i.iroas
' KOI", MollOWAN A CO,
SPtLEf35 HILLj PreaMfTtti
., ' i 'He da
MIS A SMEIAL FIBS
1UUJLUSJ111U 111 LI 111U W KJ UU X UlU
A QUARTEROFAMILLION'DOLLARS FULL PAID CAPITAL
rUBBTENnKTM, WH. I. COW , JAMKfl BIILLT,
o. MANSFIELD. D. .
OtHce--19 SXntlluan street, Memphis, Tenn
Ull la tbe market,
209 MAIN STREET,
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocers
No. 300 Front street, :
M. C. PEARCK.
Cotton Factors & Commission Herch'ts,
No. 276 FRONT STREET, MEMPHIS. TENN.
Cetton Warehaaar-Raa. g8 aal!). Union Btrael
SLED6E BBOSof Comoa Miss.
Nob. 3S6 and 358 Front Street Memphis Tenn.
F. . AUTOS,
M. W. OBOWEU,,
ALSTON, GBOWELL & GO.
AAd Commlasion Kerchanta. Hay,
Urn . Cement, Plaater, BiUdlaa; and Fire Brick, Etc.
Cor. Front and Union 1
M. JONES, President. A I. F. l-mristtti, vio-rrawai.
W. D. F. BAWRIK, PeoreUry and Treasurer.
(Nacttesaors to Peter Swrl,)
MANUFACTURERS OF THE " MAGNOLIA BRAND"
II 1 1 II II II I Ui IIUUUU A, A AAV V V1UW V a. vu
3A 3S and 40
N. M. J0NK3, ISO. K. 8PF,KI. 1. F. PWTKKa, hhu. aaLir, n. i.
Cotton Factors and Wholesale Grocers
SOC-SOS Fromt Ct., HemphlM, Texuu
HILL, FONTAINE & 00.
Cotton Factors, Commission Oerchante,
Ho. 11C Bntli gain St. Wt. Xtnl.
Grocers & Cotton Factors,
. Sfa Mavln Btrt. Omy Block.
Bieeeaacxi to POBTEB, TaTLOB CO
WO. SOO FRONT STREET, i WEWPWW.
J. A. BAILEY.
i a haitpv 9. nn
III Ui UUIUJJ1 uui j
3SO Second Street, Memphis.
- nn.'nn Tr TfUltrD Q ,14 A V fl MTRA V
W, 9. WIUXll809yTitPndui
AB. MAJUJIK BCBMK88.
ai Ii avjUN UVAU V M
TArrvar t a t xvm
n. V. UaSlUltllL.
with n fail assort.
t MEMPHIS, TENN.
Mem ili I m, Tesm
JOHN L. MoCLBLLAH.
a. w. tomlin: wm. benjes.
NEW CARRIAGE FIRM.
Tomlin & Benjes,
179 Jlaln St., Memphis.
Offer arecial inducements In Opon TlnKsrll
of oar own make, at 8i Top iiuiraiea e
our own make, at 11211. All wurk wi
ranted. Call before you buy.
anr Having diaroaed of our entire stock
Vohicle. and ' Manufacturing Depart
ment to Mesara. TOMLIN A BKNJl'.d, wi
bespeak for them a continuance of Mm
pa'.ronatre so Ions; extended to ua.
CAB RIAHK A HARDWAKK COMPANY.
H. II. MACKT.
Cora Oats, Braa, Chop reed, OU-Meal,
Howard's Row. Memphis.
& SAWRIE C(h
7. RAWRff r
fj. w. machak.
(J. E. WITT.
f art - ii r
BUFF ft OLIVER,
otoh n . f ii hi) 1 i;
The Higbee School
Education of Young Ladies,
Beale, Lauderdale and Jeaaaaia 6U.,
Incorporated wiik rolleaxlat Prlr.
AN INSTITUTION OP HIGH KKPU1K
AND KNOWN EXCELLENCE.
Fall Term Opens Monday, Sept 20.
9-Tborourh English aid Classical Course.
Modern Languages by Foreign Teachers.
Book-keeping, bLort-hand and Type
bohoola of Art, Music aid Elocution noted
fer KCeptlonal advantages.
6peoial itudenu received in every depart-inent-
A new and elegant building will beer oted
during the summer and tall, wherein will b
lurnished a spacious study hall, large pri
mary achool-rooma. elaas-rooms, laboratoryt
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which,
with the elegant manrion used lor boarding
pupils and the wooded pleasure grounds,
will form on ot the most complete school
foundation, in the Bouth.
Catalogues ready August 4th.
For information address
MltiH JENNY M. JilUBEE, Principal,
CJara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1886.
Enrollment Lat Term, 822.
A SCHOOL for tbe development of vl cor
ona, tboughiui, noble womanhood'.
Tbi. result is reached by breadth and
thoroughness of instruction and the awaken
ing of patient, earnest endeavor. A now
and commodious boarding department h
just been oompleted.
The department of dressmaking and mil
linery i. added lor the rirnt time.
in the absence of the Principal, who Is in
Europe fcr the summer, catalogues will bo
furnl.hnit nn annlination to Mrs. E. P. Mor
ton, 223 Adams street, or they will be found
at any of the city hook store.
St. Agnes Female Academy,.
HEMPIIIS, TEN Jf.
THIS Institution is delightfully situated
in a retired and healthy part of the city
of Memphis, commaniiira the advantage of
town and oountry. The entire surroundings
breathe an air ot peaceful ,'ecluaion, which
ever eierts so powerful an influence over the
moral, physio il and intellectual lire, ine
coarse ot study cmcraces tne various
branches of a solid and useiui education.
In tha regular English course, the pupils on
entering are ranked nocording to their pro
ficiency inur'noginpny.uramniar ana Arua
metio. Particular attention is given to Sa
cred and Profane liift.iry. Rhetoric- and
Composition. Lf.tin and French enter into
the regular course. A portion of time ia al
lowed to each pupil for PMn and Ornamen
tal Needlework, f-hell, Flowers, eto. Terms,
f er Session, payable half-ytaily, invariably
n advance. For board and tuition in all
branches taught in the hisheat achools,
Plain Sewing, Mnrking.cto , Bed, Bedding.
Stationery and Washing, 1100 and S125, ac
cording to the age or class of the pupil.
Speoial terms when several members of the
same tamily attend the school. No allow
ance i. made for partial absence or with
drawal belore the expiration of the te m, ex
cept in cases of serious or protracted illness.
ExTaiS German, Italian, etc, each $12;
Music on Piano and use ol instrument, mi:
Drawing and Water Colors, UOt Oil Paint
ing, IA); Embroidery and Ornamental Work.
11U; Use of Library, $2: Vocal Musio in class,
fc; Private Lessons. $15. Board per month
daring vaoation. if spent at the' Aondemy,
wasnmg, eic, Aiedicine ana pnysiciau
fees will form extra charges Terms for day
pupils, $3, W, $' or toper month.. For fur-
tner particulars apply io ine ...
MISS MARY J. BALDWIN. THIN.
Opens 1st September. lS8ii. Closes June, 1887.
unsurpassea locuiiou, uuuuiug., gruuuus.
appointments. Full corps teachers; unri
valed advantages in Mu.no, Languages, Klo
oution. Art, Book-Keeping, Physical Cul
ture. Board, etc, with full English Course,
Saao per entire sesaVm. For full partioa-
THK Sl'ATE FEMALK COLLI UG
WILL reopen Bept. 13, 188(1. Located in
a healthful and delightful suburb, ac
cessible by car lines to ami trom an parts oi
city. Instruction thorough, and according
to the most approved educational methods.
Superior and trained specialists in the va
rious Departments of Music, Art. Elocution.
Modern Languages, Science, Classics and
for further pnrticn'ars apply is
MISSMOLL1E Jt. MAKSUaLL, PMn.,
Tulane University of Louisiana.
Formerly, 1P47-18R4, the University of
l.nti Liana 1
IT9 advantages for practical Instruction In
diseases oi the Snutharest are unrivaled,
as the law secures it superabundant materi
als from the great Chanty Hospital with it
700 beds, and 2fl,U(IO patients annually. Stu
dents have no hosp tal-fees to pay and spe
cial instruction is daily given at the bedside
oltheeick, as in no other institution. For
catalogue or inf rmation, address
1'rot. B. ii. vuAJiijijn, m. v.t vean,
P. 0. Drawer 861. New Orleans. La. .
lIoipkinHville High fecliool.
rpHK fourteenth soholatio year of this well
J- established, limiled, select school for
boys and yungmen will bogin MONDAY,
August oil, liwo. instruction la aiv.u iu m
full course of Engilah, l.aiin, Greek. Ger
man, Higher Vathrtuiatins and Bookkeeping.
Thori'Ugh teaching and striot discipline char
acterise the achool. ...
Terms for Scaslon of 40 Weeks Tuition.
J60; Tuition and Board, 8225. Hoarding pu-
Jiiia are requtraato ooaiu mine lauiuy o,
'riucipal. For further information address
J. O. yKKftKl'ti. iiopKinavuie, n.y.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL,
SKDl'OKD CO , TIBUlSilA.
Tbo Slat Anneal Hmatnn Open Bcja
urstw io, assn.
Tor catalome or special information, ap
ply to Mcllavue F. U Va.
W. B. ABBOT, Principal.
VI a . Tt:..: . r, i.iJ.mlfl.
Engineering, Biblical, Law, Pharmacy,
Medical, DenUl. Free tuition to stu-
dens. in Theology and Manual leodnoiogr.
Catalogue aent free on application to WILS
WILLIAMS, Hecretary. aaanvuie, una.
ARTLIHD MILITARY AND NA
A few vacancies exist in this well-known in
stitution. Applicants for admission are re
quested to make immediate application. For
wtalogne address Col. B. J. BURG KKS, Supt.
Georgetown College, D. C.
" Fonwdcd 17891.
THE ACAD.M1V ABU II strir.NTIFIO
HCHOOLW open September 9, 1886. Apply
to President of tbe College.
THE PM'HOOL or M.DICIBTE opens
Sept. 20, 1886. Apply to Prof, J. W. II.
Lovejoy. M. D.. 9uu 12th street, N. W.,
TUB llaOL 'F LAW epens en the
First Wednesday in October. Apply to
Kami. M. Yoatmen, Seo'y, corner 6th and
F. streets, N. W., Wahfngton. vp.
JAMES A. DOONAN, 8. J.,Pre.'t.
Jy. 8EXK.4-A .chool noted for its progr.a
aive methods and ita thorough, honest and
liraotioal instruction, Courae of study ar
ranged t meet the demand, of the time..
Degrees conferred, tuition cheap, board fiom
(8 to 112.50 per month, location pleasant,
sehool well equipped. Stadenta received
any time. First Term op.es August aal.
Second Term, October 88th. Addresa
NKUHARDT A NKUHARDT.Bartlctt,Tenn
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of high grade for
Boys and (Jirls. Kngllth Course. Latin,
Greek, Musio and rt thoroughly taught;
Bookkeeping also. Boys fitted lor collar.
For catalogues address the Principal,
R. t. CHEW, Kometvllle. Tenn.
St- IJary's School,
Ho. 883 Poplar art,
MESIPHI. t I I t I TENNESSEE
ABOaRDINH and Day School for Young
Ladies and Children, under the charge
of the Sisters of St. Mury, of the English
Church. Number of pepll. limited to 100.
Next school term begins rVptantr !.
Edsreworth lloardirg and Day
BC11(JL for You"g Ladies and Little Girln.
Mrs. H. P. Lr FhrfVRr".. Ptincipal. JO. ft
Kritukltn ftlrret, rlHHImor, Md. The
V5ih school ytir will begin on Iharrday,
firptember 8S, I!a6.
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