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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 1886.
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The Iron Intareata of Memphis htr
been growing rpldljr lor several years
past, but tbs growth of tba city and
increased railroad facilities bare caused
the iron foundries to be crowded grenl
)t during tbe past few months. Tbe
Ltveruiora foundry lias aiwsvs bad m
(rood thare tf tbe work, bnt it bra
inrned out over 50 percent more work
this year tban ever before. Tneir de
mands for room have grown a that
they have recently bn compelled to
buy more ground on Adams etrt, th
lot from tneir' eastern line to
the west side of Fonith
street. Th's gives them a space of
335 by 15tiJ feit. The space cc;npiud
by their casting room, machine shop
and blacksmith shop is all greatly
crowded. An Appeal representative,
looking lor lasts in regard to loandry
and machine shop work, look a look
through these works a few davsaet.
lie found tbe casting room fall of
mold, and tbe men filling tbem
There were lota of poets, column,
etc.. in froot cf tbe works.
An inquiry as to city orders e icited
trie iniormation that tbe Liver more
Company had recently furnlabed
the iron work for tba five ttory
iron front building now occupied by
Langstaff A Co. : also, for tbe Voegell,
Jrraneton and vaocaro Imlidings, Alain
street, Dear Beale. They are now
doing the iron wotk for tbe Hoist
bnildiog, aoon to be erected on Main
street. This is to be a five story iron
front, and some of tbe columns are
among the best iron work ever done in
tbe city. The foundry now has large
orders for bonse fronts from Iielena
and Cooway, Ark.; Grenada. Jaikson,
Hei'ehurst, lulu and Greenville,
Miss.; uisrksvllle and Dallas, lex,
Bells and Urdenfield, Tenn , sad flora
several little towns in the Memphis
district. Tner are doing a large
amount of railroad work, Laving the
regular orders cl between ten and
fifteen toads for iron Castings and car
brasses. The foundry has been tan to
its full capacity for come time,
castiog Iii'i'.oly each day. They
make specialties of railroad
woik, building work, cotton
presses, oil mill machinery, si earn
boiler work, and general repairing.
xuey no evaryining pertaining to
fonndry and machinery business.
They have recently added to their
business an iron and railway sop
aepor. this is tne large oa.idiog woe.
226 and 228 Bee- nd street. I n it they
carry an extensive stock of bar iron,
sheet iron, iron roofing, nail", horse
ehces, tin pint, tteel, and every kind
of heavy hardware and railioad sup-
Sliea. Tney purchase tneir Iron in
irminahaui, Ala. Of this tbey rait
irom buuu to lo.uiu pounds per day.
They sell enitinee, boilers, saw and
gr s: uvlls, cottong in, and complete
omnia oi every kind, ihey are np
min tne timer, and Intend to re
mi a tho.e.
COLE MlNUFACTlBlXU CO.
An Juimen.e limine la Baab,
Isooa-e, Mlacle, SfoiiltllBge,
ralalf, Olla anil lMt.
The firm whose location is as above
described ia the m-st Dromlneot bosl
nees cenUr of the city, bave by
energy, fair dealing and ample capi
tal, built a business in a few years
which indeed might 1 considered a
credit for a lifetime wnk. Ooly three
years ago Mr. r. McCadden, alter imr
log out tbe interest of bis former
partner, M. J. K-lly, then formed a
partnership with Dunavant & Kelly,
tbe we'l known railroad contractors,
io wnom ran be attributed the major
portion of their success, as they alone
use for tbeir various contracts
enough goods to make, a good busineee
of itwlf, trgeihir with tbeboainesa
et bliehtd for Mr. McCaddm alter
sixtenn years a'.tentlon to business
and the wanta of his many patrons.
And now having the management of
the business of the firm, he is a! way a
lobe found willing and ready with a
fall stock of goods, which are always
fresh and purchased at lowest cath
pneer, and with a corps of gocd aeeiet
ants, and always anxious for new bath
ness, we feel that there is not a boose
among onr several substantial whole-
Mis hoosf s wbeie a purchaser can get
letter value for bis money, and we
ask before purchasing, that you call
or write and ask them for prices.
Tbrongh their Messrs. Dunavant &
Kelly they have opened ud a new
lioe of trade to which the erea of
every Memphian are turned. They
nave snipped in one week rtubteen
carloads of goods to Blrmlnghsn and
different points in Alabama, and are
ahipplng daily to this Btate goods by
tne car icati. Tneir cotton depart
meet is entirely La charge of Mr.
John E. Mask, wbo ia also a
number of the firm, and who
gives his personal attention to the
sale and handling of all cotton
intruued to them. Through bis a
tention and large acaniintance with
the growers of the staple, and ample
means io make advances on consign
men's, trey are aito enjoying a pros
perous business in this line. We
again ssk our friends and the readers
oi lua A pi-sal to send tbeir cotton
and ask for prices of the energetic
house of I . McCadden & Co. They
also ask for insneotion ot their stock
nf goods before purchasing elsewhere.
loabave our guarantee yon will be
pleased with their goods and prices.
Tlios. Wellford's Insurance Agency.
Tbe businerna man. the cit!r.en ct
today, cannot prosecute bis business
and have the confidence of his fellow
men, without keeping no his noliciee
in sonno, reliable insurance compa
nies, insurance goes into every
crevasse of buslne channels, and
tbe business man who does not Inture
is not only an old fogy, bnt weakens
bts busioef s standing amongst bis fel
low men. men, as insurance is a
prerequisite in all the avenues ot
trsde, tte first inquiry Is, Who must I
insure with? Mr. Wellford is repre
senting a list oi tbe best foreign com
panies in tbe world. Lancashire.
ncrwicn union, uerman Amur can.
Williamsburg City. Louisville Under
writers, Accident Insurance Company
asel Sotoral VeeTal
- Pratt - Cattea
The factory for the celebrated Daniel
raw cotton gini, feeders and cod den'
sers, and of the Pratt revolving head.
Eclipse holler, gin and t p feeder,
is ai va io ioj ropiar rtree', Memphis,
xenn., ana emiiey, Broitrj a uo., are
its proprietor. Tbe Pratt gin has al
ways been reliable and popular, hold
log Its own io pub ic e stimaiion for
many years. Tbe works of this firm
have ail the facilities for manufectur
iog the gin and all improvements, and
can turn out tbe moat complete gin
ning outfit of any es'ablishiuentinthe
counfy. i s proprietor Lave learned
abjut the waote cf cotton machinery
by a long experience. What was
needed by the eics his been sdded.
end all the work is done carefully, the
very beet material being used and
competent men employed to do the
work. Besides being tbe beet cotton
machinery tbe Southern people atould
bear in mind that this work is done at
borne and that Smiley. Smith k Co
are endeavoring to carry out the po'icy
which will prove of inestimable value
to this portion of tbe conn rr. A great
many more factories should be in ope
ration in ine eoutn, mis nrm is de
termined that all requisites for cotton
ginning shall be made in a most sub
stantial manner in Memphis. Tbeir
business is thriving and their machines
are giving unbounded satisfaction.
Those at a distance wanting gins,
feeders, condensers etc.. should write
to Smiley, Smith 4 Co. for their catalogues.
TIm Brlakley t'-ar Works aad Maa-
n Capturing- Company Office,
194 JrflTerua afreet.
This company, with its extensive
saw and plaoiog mill at Brinkiey, and
a large yard on Jefferson street, offers
superior inducements to all who want
lumber, sash, doors, blind", dreesed
flooring, ceiling, wiarher boardincr.
evpreas shingles, laths, moulding', e'c.
Tt ey havj ail tbe facilities for filling
orders promptly, and can got out any
kind of lumber on very short notice.
They mtke a specialty of the whole
rale business, and are satiefi id they
can till a1! larue orders at lowe-t prices
to be Lad in the city. With tbe large
stock they always have on band, both
of lumbar and builders' material, car
penters can always find what they
need. In yellow Dine and oak lum
ber they Lave a large stock. This ia
one of tbe larue inttitntions where
everything in tbe way of lumber can
JOIlNSTOJf & TAXCE,
riae Clothing; Bad rnratablaarUooda
Store la tbo Poahodjr
These centlemen long since trained a
reputation in this business. They carry
very careiai'y seiectea stock, emtirar
ing all grades of men's and hnva
clothing and furnishing goods. New
styles are always to be fonnd there
nearly as soon as tbey appear any
W. A. WUE1XLEY
Ileal Estate Agent,
AXD IJ. H. COJIMISSIO.VEIt,
EAULK WAGOX FACTO UY.
Farm and Spring Wagons
DKAYS AND CAKTN.
Oottoa ScaUi aad TrocVi a BpaelaltT
Cor. Monroe' A UeBoto Sts., Memphis.
aii uraara promptly attended to. Uarrlajra
ReDa.lrd and (3nrl ni.b.mltl.ln. TK.
but material od band, and tba moit tin
qea woramen employed.
MANUFACTURERS AND JOBBERS OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
295 Main Street Memphis.
Corner Bedford. Summer and Lincoln Sts.. Boston.
J. a NEELY.
S. H. BROOKS.
H. M. NEELY.
EELY & GO.
? GROCERS, COTTON FACTORS,
And Commission Merohants,
flfo. 3Q7 Front Street, : Memphis, Tenn.
J.A.AUSTIN & CO.
Manafaetareri and Wholeiale Dealer! ia
No. 323 MAIN ST.,
New York Office, 507 Broadwa;.
BINCIHAM h lllffl
2Sa ADAMS ST., MEMPHIS.
MONDAY, SEPT 6.1886.
For Board, Tuition, etc, aee eataloaae, or
BROTHER MAURELIAN. Preaident.
Clara Conway Institute.
Monday, October 4, 1886.
Eorolluieut L't Term, 322.
A SCHOOL for tbe development of vigor
oua, tbougbtus noble womanhood.
Tbia reeult ia reached by breadth ana
tborouabneaa of instruction and the awaken
lna of patient, .arcest endeavor; A new
and eommodioua boardina department h
Just been completed.
The department of dren making and mil
linery ia added for the Drat time.
in the absence of the Prinoipal. who li la
Europe fcr the lummer, eatiloguea will be
furni'bed on appiioation to Mrs. E. P. Mor
ton, 223 Adama ttre.t, or they will be found
at any of the eity book atorea.
JOSEPH M SABtt 4W.
FADER, FRANK & CO.
Coil MornlesidG Eracers
21t Front Street, OppoMte Cnwloni Hon mo.
CONFECTIONERY, BAKERY, The Planters Fire and Marino Insurance Co.
STEAM ICS CREAM MANUFACTORY,
4 aad D Brale t. atatmnhU. Tcaao
CURTIS & CO.
Tbe rapid increase in tbe demand
for bail ding material lu this market
would astonish anyone not converpant
Kith the trade here for the pa t tweLty
years, and flrmi that twenty yeartiago
cot.alderd n trado rf $100,000 per
annum a "iU thin" row handle
from $)00,000 io $1,000,000 cf valnoe
in a year. Amoug tliete establish
niBnti none stand hiber or tranrart a
prreter rolnme of trade tbsn "The
Coin JWanlntlU'irJK fJoninany." The
iinsident and founder oi this com-
itnv. Mr. V. I. Cole, bpg.n buslnoss
in this c ty In 18i, and by twenty
yea's ot rlose application and fair
dealing in business bai not only made
a reputation ai a first class business
man, bnt has brought tcenther and
oreamzsd in the business of this com.
pany, in its several depattinentp,
some cf the bent qualified men in the
fcoulh. Mr. K r. lx)rk, the vice pres
ident, in charge of tbe door, sash an I
bhed department, has beon ra sed in
the bus nuss rnd has all its details it
his floKers ends. Mr. G. T. Bassett,
the tecntary aul treasurer, in cba'ge
of tl.e lumber dtpartmoct. has been
emniyea in tlio mmber bnsiness In
this c ty for the pt thirty year., and
is well known, not only In this city,
but throughout Missifsippi, Arkansas
and Tennessee. Mr. J. U. Adler, tbe
superintendent of the planing mills
ami sash, door and blind factory, is a
thoroughly competent mechanic and
has had twenty years experience in
hit line of business, io fact, every
meinour oi inn stan lias Doon roloctfd
espetially for his experience and fit
ness. Thecomtauv keen on hand at all
times the largest stock of glass, paints
and oils handled by any house south
of the Ohio river. The depot for thte
Kooae, as wen as toe general ollire of
the company, ia ut the corner of Soc-
orjuanuuoiou streets. In their sja
ciocs wsrehoases on Urcailwar thev
carr n InimeuHO tock ot doors, taJi.
uiiiiuj inn uiuuuung, wine u iney are
i'lt-paiuii io leu at prices to meet any
i-oui ne liion. iiiey nave recently bu it
on tneir grjumls on Ur.aJway and
j ouoa aventio tno largest and hint
equipped planing mill and doer, sash
and Mil d factory in tho South, which,
with latest improved machinery and
skilled workman enables tbem to
turu out promptly all kinds of
work end in .ttrial the trade demand?.
At "heir lumber yards, on the corner
of HernandD and tiayoeo s'.reet", tiny
fir y an imnieoee stock of rough lum
ber, Bh'ngles, laths and cedur posts,
togtther with all kinds of dressed lum
ber, including flooring, ceiling, siding,
well curbing, mou'dirgj, dcors, sash,
blinJB, etc. Tj anyone wishing to
pur jhaio anTthlng in the line of build
ing material, we would recommend
this company, ai the r large stocks
cnab'e buyers to fill their orders with
out dtl-y and at prices which defy
Crackers, Cakes, Floe Confections.
Tbe Peters & Sawrie Company, 30
to 40 Jifleisin street, are dting an
ex'eusive bonnets in crackers, cakes
and confections Their Maanolla brand
cf rrackerj is quite poonlar, and it is
generally U3dctrtod that whatever
omes lrom this bonse is firtt claw.
Country mo: chants wiii do tbe correct
tbii g by corresponding with the
Teiers & rawiie Company when want
ing crackers, cakes, etc.
II. . t'ralg A Co.
Agricultural implements and seeds
can te found at No. 39 Union street,
where R. O. Craig A Co. have a large,
well managed atre, where tbey sell
all k-nda c f seeds and most of the im
proved implements for famlng. This
is an enterprising firm, whose mem.
be s have been indaitriously endeav
oring tor years to intrcdure the seeds
likely to prove o ost profitable to the
pcoulein tlrs prrticn ot the country.
They have b en vry sccceis'u'. It is
oceol the booeea tba'.tvery larmeraad
gardener onght to become cqu tinted
wheie. Wben one cannot find a sui
of North America and Manhattan Life .tuerr8 o please him he can leave his
Insurance Company are anions the meature ana nave tne ctotde. made
lists he represents, (Jinhouses and
country stores are a specialty with his
agency, ana any one wishing insu:
once of any kind would do well to
communicate with Mr. Wellford, No.
o juauison street, Mempiiie, Jem,
S. A. (iodblinvr, Pawnbroker.
Every man who "wants to eee his
uncle ' should go to iNo. 203 Main
street, uodshsw has plenty of money
to sdvance on good collateral. Jlealdes
loaning money, he has lots of fine dia
monds, jewelry ard watches to Sill at
pncea that are far below those cf regu
to order. Hhirt making is one of the
features of the bueioeBS. Great care
is taken in making orders, and custo
mer may ie sure oi getting Just what
they want anything from a pocket
nandkerchiot to a suit of broadcloth
Johnston & Vance have been too lorg
in mo nusine'8 to alio tnomaelveri
to be outdone in either style or prices,
FiDKH, HUNK & CO,
Cotton Factor. hikI WholCMle Sro-
rera, Ho. lies Front tatreet
W. F. Taylor A Co.
This firm is comnosed of two trentle
men well known in cotton an! com
mission circles, is woll as to cotton
producers and Bbippors. They ad
vance liberally, ti l order nromnll..
sell cotton for all it will bring, settlo
fairly, and are in every way responsi
ble and clover gent omen, with wh
all will find it pleasant to deal. Coun
try merchants will do well to deal with
w. laylor & Co.. No. 314 Front
rtreot. S j will eveiyons having cot
ton to sell.
ThU is a firm coniDosed of excellent
Dusiness men, with a large capital and
a great deal of enterprise. -Their Bales
of cotton the past season, were very
urge, xuey jecsivea me largest snip
meut of cotton at one time tbat had
ever been mado to a MemDhis homw.
inty were among tnos? wbo received
"first Inlos" this year. They carry
great quantises of groerlei, fill orders
prjmptly, sail cheap, do all tbat first
class merchants can be expected to do.
At 53 and 55 Union street ia a llv.
ery, foed, sale and commies'on stable,
wnere the be t of care is given to
boarding horatB. A lariro nnmhnr nl
the best saddle and harness hnrsnaam
sold at this stable. Mr. Hall knows
an aoont Dorses and understands the
wanta of the people. His selections
can be relied on. Animals placed at
his establishment will be nr.-inerlv
cared for. The errangement of the
stauie is nrst elate, and careful attend
ants aie employed.
Q. K. Ilonck .fc Co.
This firm deals extecHlvulv In nl.nn.
and mnsical merchandise. They have
on hand a large number of tlrat class
pianos. They are selling Maton it
Hamlin organs, parlor and chapol
styles, from $25 upward, for cash or
on easy monthly lutallments. Uouck
A Co. are enterprising and progressive
merchants. Thrss wanting anything
in tt-e way of mneical i
sheet muic will do well to call at 38!)
Jolm A. lH'ulc.
Lime, cement, sewer ninn (in. tin.
ing, chimney tops, lawn vases, tile,
tire clay and ffre IHek can always be
found at John A, Denio's. 352 Front
Street. He ia tho leaJinir manufae.
turer of Alabama lime, and is doinuan
extensive Imsinees, but h a taiihties
for lillitg all otdbrs with tho brat
gorxls in ills line.
J. T. IlDCkllHIU A Co.
Thlsis a house at Whlnh tl rhnlnntt
of grcceries can bs fonud. No dealer
pays closer attention to tbe wants of
his patrons, or trios harder to sapply
them. The goods can always be relied
on. Mr. Kuekham deals in the best,
sells at low prices, and gives aatiafac
taction to a large list oi good patrons.
A. Taceuro A Co-
XI 278 and 280 Front Btroet, are im
porters and wholesale liquor dealers
who have been in the bnamnaa m.n
years and havs justly earned an ex
cellent reputation. They handle a
great Many brands of American and
Irish whifkiea, and import from all
countries where tbey make the beet of
brandies and wines. They do a large
city busineea, and oOer great indnoe
menta to country retail dealers. They
sell aopsrior winoa and liquors on
very small profits.
Eagle Boiler Work.
,,Te ,wrk; done at these works, No.
140 to 144 Front street, always proves
to be juit as Shea A McCarthy repre
eent ir. They are practical men, and
emp'oy only these who can do good
work. They also manufacture heavy
plate iron work. Plantation work is
done in good style. Their chsrges are
always reasonable, and their work excellent.
Bartlett Normal School
AM) TRAINING INSTITUTE r.ialtOTU
SKXKS A achnol noted lr ill progrta-
aira inoihoaa and ila tbnroimli, hon.at and
l.r.olicHt inatruction, Couno ol atuity ar
rnaed t. m.ot th. damanda of tho tiraaa.
Drea conf.rr.d, tuition cheats board liom
tH to li.MI ier im.Dtb, luvaiion il.aaant,
aenool wall ciuii,pad. btuilenia raonivad
hit tlma. Firat Term m-ena Auauat !a.Yl.
Second Tarm, Urtohar ilftih. Addreaa
N Kt'U A KDT A NKUUARUT, llartlait.Tann
Momphis Fcmnlo Seminary
MHN. EMMA 'It Kt.lt, Prtnrlpal
TUB tAll SESSION WII.I, UK01S
Nritpmbr 80, IttH,
Beat .dnratinn.l artr.nUaea itTurdeil to prr
pila. Location Linden atrect.
Ktlgcworth Koardinp and Day
tjOUOOL for Youna I..H.; and BSitle Oirla.
Mr.. 11. P. LKKK1IVKK, l'tinoipal. rto. n
Frnnklla Mlrfl, llnlllmora), Ml. The
Maili achool year will bein on Thuradar,
toptyaMorr 1IH, IHHH.
WITH aioerlenced aaaiaUntain all da
rarlmenta, will b.tin iu aixth rear
On Nrpteiubcr 13, 1HSO,
at No. 171 Hernando atraat, formerly Grace
Church. Bora prepared for either Bualneai
or Collate. Uiaolpline firm andatricti In
atruotion thorouih and aaodtrn in m.thoda.
Modern Lanf uaaa a apeoial lealure.
For terma, etc., addreaa or call en
WUAKTON b. JONEit,
1?W nerriendo ttrret, Mampbla. Tenn.
PHYSICIAN ANI 1 RUEOir.
Thla School offera to Medical bludenta on
UrpMaed clinical and oilier .drantaaea,
Send for a oatalntue to la. THOMAS Ol'lK.
Dan, I7 M. Ilow.r.l atrr.l. '
HMVEKSITY Kt llOUI
'DETKRSBURO, VA. The Tw.nty-a.cond
J- Annual Saaalnn ol thla School for Hoja
bailna th. Brat Monday in October. Tlior
ouah preparationa for I'aiTeraity of Vir
ginia, leading KntinMrlnt; Hchoola and
Lolled Htat.e MiliUry and Naral Acad.
mleai hlthlf re commend. d by Faculty of
UnlT.raiiyol Vlrtinlai lul alattof Inatrucl
orai aitaatloa healtkfal. Karly applicatioo
adrlaed, .a aaaaber of boardera la alrlotl
llmll.d. For eatalntaa addreaa
W. WQRDOM MoCAUK. Head Maat.r.
flaajllBBBSIIMW DKrARTaiKFiT7 '
Mhvllle, Toaaa. Thoroueh Inatmnilon
In dlatlnct eolraea ol CItlI, Mechanioai and
jainina nnimeenn. , Anna.
and in Alan. at
Thnoloy Fro. Full
Facalty. Kit.aalr. MiaiiinienU and (acili
tiaa In dran.hlina-rooma, laboratonea, ahnpa
and Sold practice. Kntrance Kiamiaationa
Bept.M, iiandln. For clrculara addreaa
W1L3 WILLIAMS, Braaii.
817 and 819
Ji. Second St
auircTiOTtmina oy :rit
OH f O
litre la Compaay' Bnlldinr, Mo. 41 MimIIsoo Street, Hompbla, Teno
D. T. POKTEB, Pre. I JBO. OWERTOW. Jr.. Tlno-Pr.. J, p. SMITH, Seo'j
D,B,:J'il!'-:?.P- BB00K9, ol Brooki, Ne.ly A Co. : R. L. COFFIN, of Dillard k Coffin:
GODWIN, of J. R. Godwin ACo.j J. M. GOODBAR. of GoodUr A Co i
J. M. PHILLIP.-). HARIlWIc PKRRq '
Commenord Biitlaea In Ie7. I.oa.r. Paul, Oyer Hair a Million.
Ilwclliaaara E.pwIMly rlrfl.
Alio Ropreaenta the SpRiiioriai.D Fiaa, of c'pringfield, Maa. : GanaoiA nous IxBCBAica
tfartwr; mor.TAiN iitt. o' nat'anoftgw, lenn.
I I ill A tllMNtlAVIfV Till 11TI1 sTIm
im AiKiiii ruin in.
BRANCH HOUSE OF EVANSVILLE, IND.
Mi.MFAnXRERI AID DEALERS IX ALL UI.VDS OF
No. 272 Second Street, Opp. Court Square,
Ayres Block, Memphis. TenncsMe.
SAW AND PLANINQ MILL SUPPLIE8
w-weitifor catalogue:, -vm
a oooa oi iuu pares.
Iho boat book for
an aav.i titer to eon
ult. be ho .xn.rl.
onced ct otherwlie-
lt oontt&lna hata nl
n.waparxra and .atlmatsa c the coat of ad.
vartiaing. Th. adv.rtiaer who wanta to spend
on. dollar, flnda tn tt th. information he ro
quirea, whll. for him who will inveat one
hundred thnnaand dnllara In advMrtl.m. a
on.ni. ii indicated wnicn will meet bia
very requirement, or oan b. made to do to
Dy anantonanaea eaaily arrlred at by corre-
apondeno. One hundred and fifty-three
editiont have been iaauad
to any addreaa lor ten enu".
A n v fn 14 I,
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VKHTLSINU BURK Air. 1,1 Snmn. .1
ina Uonae Sqnare., Kew York.
aT ? NHwWp.llluwnu'd Untalo. IB
.'nl Strlaeof OIBcaALIhr1
IiHr -iS . ble Chairj
7 : ; 1 ' -vv vaevi auviuillla
' : fr-?I letter Preaaea.CRbla
': 7tfl ladiea' Fancy Deaka,V
J'. Kinaaat riawwl. anrl I i
A Valuable Patent.
Diary'. (Hone) Corn and Pea Plan-
OA VINO perfected my Inyentlon, I wish
JJ. to Mace it belore tbe pddiio. esnecia ll
munnfaatnrera. Aa a Corn Planter, it ia a
rrleat sQCcaa ouena th. drill, diatrihutari
the teed accurately, nnininred, and coverd
the lama, thereby one man performlnr the
wora 01 tare. 10.? nay. been naed In
1111a aection tor oyer a dcten yeara with per
loot satisfaction. Can sire rasDonaihl Uitl,
. JOUN 11. DANCY.Dasoyyille,
ll.wwcA nnnnt.. Ten.
T. WALSH db BRO-
STAPLE & FARCY GROCERIES
Hay, Corn, Oats and Bran COTTON FACTORS,
JTo. 50 Main Nlrept. Corner Overtou. Womplils. Tennosae9.
ARH1ISTEAD & LUNDEE,
COTTON FACrOKS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 831 Front Ntrept. Cor. Union. MemrtlilH. Tenn.
St. Agnes Female Academy,
T MEMPHIS, TENIV.
BIS Inaiitution ia delightfully altnated
- .a retired and healthy part of the city
of Mempbn, oominandina the advantage of
town and country. Theentir. aurroandlnn
breath, an air of peaceful adnlnilnn. whih
.Tar .a.rta ao powerful an influence over the
moral, physic. 1 and intellectual liie. The
course of atady embraces the varloua
branchea of a aolid and naeful education,
in the regular Kncliah course, the pupils on
entering are ranked according to their pro
ficiency in Onhogiaphy.ttrammar and Arith
metic. Particular attention ia given to Sa
cred and Profane Hiatorr. Rhetoric nJ
( ompnallion. Latin and French en'er Into
th. regular course. A portion ol time is al
lowed to each pupil for Plain nd Ornamen
tal Needlework, i-hell. Flowers, elo. Terms,
per beasion, payable half-yearly, invariably
in advance. For board and tuition in all
branchea taught in the hirhest schoola.
Plain b'ewinr, parking, etc , Bed, Bedding,
Stationery and Washing, 11(H) and (125. ac
cording to tha aa. or nlaaa of th nnrtil
Special torma when several members 0' the
a.m. lamilr attenil the anbnnl. cTn nll,,w.
anoe ia made for partial absence or with
drawal belore the eipiration of tha te m, ex
cept in oesaa ol seriousor protracted !liig.
KxTRiB Herman, Italian, etc, each 112;
Music on Piano nd use of instrument, 130;
Drawing and Water Colors, HOi Oil Paint
ing, KO 1 Embroidery and Ornamental Work,
jlOi baeof Library, (2; Vooal Musio in claas,
to; Private Lessons, SIS. Board per month
dur.ng vaoation. if spent at the Academy,
wash dr. eio., 115. Medicine and physician',
feea will form extra charges Terms for day
pupils, H, (4, 5 or $6 per month. For far
ther particulars apply to the
THE STATE FEMALE COLLEGE
WILL reopen Sept. 13, 1H86. Located ia
a healthful and delightful lubnrb, ac
cessible by car lines to and from all parts of
oity. Instruction thorough, and according
to the moat approved educational methods.
Superior and trained specialists in the va
rloua Department, ot Muaio, Art. Elocution.
Modern Languages, Science, Claasioa and
For further pmlcu'ara apply te
MISS MOLLIS K. MARSHALL, Pr'n.,
Ilopkliigt-llle High bcliool.
THE fourteenth scholastic year of this well
established, limited, select achool for.
boyi and y, ung men will begin MONDAY.
Auguat 30, 1886. Inatruction ia given in a
full course of English, Latin. Greek. Ger
man, Higher Mathematica and Bookkeeping.
Thorough teaching and strict diacipline char
acterise the school.
Terms for Session of 40 Week Tuition,
tttt; Tuition and Board, S225. Boarding pu
pils are required to board in the family of the
Principal, For further information addreaa
J. 0. FEKRELL. Hopkinsville, Ky.
BELLEVUE HIGH SCHOOL
BEDFOSD CO , VIROIKIA.
Tbe aial Atinnnl Nrtelon Opens Sep,
For'catalogue or special information, ap
ply to Uellevtae P. O., Ya.
W. It. ABBOT. Principal.
Tilt. WAUl'S MEM IN Alt Y
Naabrllle. Tenn. Rol Rnnihn
Borne for Uirla. 350 Girls this year. Anon
sectarian school. Patronised bv men nf lib.
oral minds in all churches. Unsurpassed ia
Music, Art and Languages. For Catalogue
oarey is. w. it,, haku.
THE ArAn.MIl) AND SCIENTIFIC
nooi.openSeptomber, ls6. Apply
4n Preaident of the Co:lece.
THE Ml 1IOOL, OF JItniriJJE opens
Sept. 20, im. Apply to Prol. J. W. II.
Lovejoy, M.D., 900 12th street, N. W
Washington. U. C.
THK S' ftaioi. aF LAW opens on the
Firat Wednesday in October. Apply to
Kami. M. Yatman, Sec'y, corner ben and
F. streets, N. W., Washington, D. C.
JAMK8 A. DOONAM, S. J., Pres't.
(Snceesior to PHILIP'SIMON),
4 81 onroe and :,07-S?oond Strtoet, lreint!iii,Tenn.
Car Liberal Advances Made on Diamonds. Sold Watohes and Jewelry. Old Gold and Silrer
Bought and Soil. A Large Lot ef Diamonds and jeweiry Always on Hand.
WATOIIKS, CLOCKS ANt ,1 RW KLWY liKPATHKT).
TXT'ILL be opened June 1st. Thlanotad
VV watering-place la situated six miles
from Jitna Furnace, on the Nashville and
luscaiooaa railroad, in Hickman ennnty
Tenn. Hack will meat all traina at Aitna
and will convey guest, to spring! at a very
Hoetrrt, 20 Per Month 1 ! Per Iln.
nperaiiB aiaiea iw rnanaaafHa.
We Invite all who wish to spend the most
eaaant seaion ol tn.ir lives to com. to
FIRE, INLAKD AND MARINE.
THE BLUFF CITY INSURANCE CO
OP MEMPHIS, TEX.
OFFICE-NO. 285 MAIN STREET.
tt. M. JAJ1B.3,
J. V. KRRI.T, Prealtlent
, GAGE. M. GAVIN,
MViur, UAUUH.IS, ,
I P. II AQPETg, Ylre-Pre.'l.
. J. W. FALLS.
J. V. INltltljl.
B.averdam, eapeoially seekers of pleasure
ana neaitn. uo
Good water and pure air ia
, A. DKAN, Prop'r Centreville Hotel.
GRAND HOTEL,, ALFM NPHINUA.
Knckhridr. Co.. V. lli.h nn In lha
Virginia mountains. Plclsresque surround-
inaa, exienalve and beautuuliy anaded lawn.
Gu, electrio bella, aad all modern I in pro ve
menta. Two daily mails, post, telegraph and
express offlcea on the premises. Table th.
v.ry b.st. Luxuriously furnished rooms
lurerb band of musio. Send for illustrated
riamphlet. Charges moderate. Open for vis
tors. June loth. Wattrti Alum, CAnlyfteaaa
nd rrtnitmt. K.T. Wltuf 8UN.Man rr,
HERNANDO INSURANCE GO.
OF MEMPHIS, TEAX.
OFFICE 3 M Ad toon St. (Desoto Ilonk Building).
Tra 1 ix. U O T o n. S 1
8.H. PUNSOOMB. R. L. COCHUAN, J. n. MrDAVirr. , M. NI''ON,
L. llANALER. A. VACCARO. J. R. PEPPER. W . B. MALLOKY,
N. FONTAIN i, JOK, BRUCE. J. T. WILLINS.
8.H.lDNSC0MB.Pra't. JOS. BRPCE, V.-Prfn't. J. 8. DUSSCOMB.S fe'y
Amonc the Northern Lakea
of Wisconsin, Mlnneao.a and Iowa, are hun
dred a of delightful places where on. oan past
th. summer months in quiet rest aad.njor
ment, end return hum. at the end of the
neated term completely rejuvenaud. Seek
recurring season orlngs to Uoonomowoo,
w.uaeana, ueaver Ham, frontenac
uuji, minnoionxa, wall Hear, and
merabl. other charming localities w
mantio names, thouaanda cf onr beat
wnos. winter noma, araon either aid.
son and Dixon', tin.. Kln
fort, at a mmi.r.i. M.t. Mn k. l
Uln.d. A Hat of summer homes, with all
neneasary information pertaining thereto, is
being distrtbuled by tbe Caifliao, Milw.s
;bb and br. Paui Riilwav, and will beaent
ft-., upon application by letter to A. V. H.
tarpenter, Gen.rwl Paas.iger Agent. MU
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
No. 3H Front Street, Comer of Monroe. Mmphn. Tenn.
rab Orchard Springs,
INCOLN COIIVTV VV Tk-
Jof the ctll.lnA. -n innmmn.linn. .k.K.
01 mis hotel during tbe past thre
years, ahall be fully maintained thla season,
"ill" to th. Spring, by th. L.
1 Rilay are good ia Loulaville, both
.uu reiurami, to proce.d on ant train
uoce.din .prt.! i T...i..;n.
W. T. GRANT. Pr.a't. J. C. KING, fino'l.
All Cotton Covered by Insurance on Seaworthy Vessels 0
In Glnhouse. Sacks furnished to responsible parties.
124 and 12G POPLAR STREET, MEMPHIS.
mills WEEKLY APPEAL
Deshler Female Institute
BunrUlnsr anil ly srbool lor Teanf
aauiaew, a a.caaDDias, asnosiinsa.
i OTH ANNUAL SFS3I0N opens Wednes
1 A day. Bent. 1, 184ri. Full faculty of ex
perienced and accomplished teachers. Char
tered institution. Firat-claas in all ita ap-
riointmenta. Hoard, including fuel and
ighta, tuition in entire Literary Depart
ment, embracing Anoient and Modern Lan
guages, with Music, will be furnished th.
entire year for 1210 in advance; the above,
with Art, $225. Catalogues, containing full
particulars, sent on application.
W. A. f LOURNOf. A.M., Principal. '
Tulane University of Louisiana.
Formerly, 1847-1884, the University of
ITS advantages for practical instruction tn
diseases ot the Southwest are unrivaled,
as the law secures it supernbundnnt materi
als from the great Charity Hospital with its
700 beds, and 20,000 patients annually. Stu
dent! have no hnsp tRl-fues to pav and siie
cinl instruction is daily given at the bedside
ot tbe sick, a. in no other institution. For
catalogue or information, address
Prof. 8. K. CUAILLE, M. U., Dean.
P. O. Drawer 2(il. Wow Orleans, Lti.
NEW ENGLAND CONSERVATORY
ofr MUSIC Boston, Mass.
nun in YOCAltnti insiruniptit! iiiupic, i haikj r
ini, Fln ArU, Oratory. Lltenttir, French, Urr
ftllan Lunfruifreaj, F.tirlih llrnrhci,flyninaitio
n, $3 to fXi t board and nxini with Strim II cat am
1 THE LARGEST and BEST EQUIPPED Intbt
WORLD 1W Inrtnirtori, SKI.-. Stiitlnit-i last jrar. Thor
ough Inrtructlon in Voraiand Instrumptital Afupic, I'Msoan
man and Italia
Electric LiahL t.ut7.inflrtpnn. Fall Term twini S
tamber 0, Istt for pi nitrated Calendar, with fulnnformatfun
eVtUreea. E-TOUHJEB, Dir., Fmnklln Sq., BOSTON, Maa
School of Languages
FRENCH, GERMAN, ITALIAN. SPAN
LSI!. Instruction in class or private
bvlesaona. For term', addrets
LKON LANUMBKKO, GayofO Hotel.
A CLASSICAL SCHOOL of hinh (trade for
Bovs and Uirls. En.lish Course. Latin.
Greek, Muaio and Art thoroughly taught;
Hook keeping also. Bovs fitted lor college.
For catalogues address tne Principal.
It. r. UlltIV, Bomerville. Tenn.
SI Llary's School,
He. S03 Poplar Blreet,
MEHPnie, lists TENHEN9EB
AllOaRDING and Day School for Young
Ladies and Children. un.lMr th rharae
of the Sisters ot St. Mary, of the English
Chnrch. Number of pupils limited to 100.
Next achool lerm beglna We plember 99111.
NEAR CHARLOTTESVILLE. VAi
For Boys and Young Men. Cend for catalogue
JOHN R. SAMPSON. A.M.. Principal.
Rav. EDfl A R WOODS. Ph. P.. Associate.
N0TBE SAME of MARYLAND,
Collegiate Inititatefor Tons I.nallr. Rnd
Preparatory School for 1.1 tale warla, K.M
BLA, P. O., three miles from BHlilroorc,
Md. Conducted by th. Siit.ra of Notre
Dame. Bend for eatalogn..
Virginia Military Institute,
IS In fall and successful operation and sup
plies ita enlarged oours. of systematia
inatruction at a eost much below that of in
atitutions of like grade is this country. For
fKAWUia it. pan ii. PnpeTtnteedent.
Seven Distinot Departments : Academic,
Engineering, Biblical, Law, Pharmacy,
Medical, Dental. Free tuition to stu-
denss in Xheolngy and Manual Technology.
Catalogue sent free on application to WILfJ.
WILLIAMS, Secretary, Nashville, Tenn.