MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1886.
FLMCES AM TRADE.
THE EXPAJiDlXa MOVEMENT I S
DEK FILL HEADWAY.
Drummers Ruehlng Orders In Faster
Thai The; Cm Be Sapplled
UriOUL TO TBI ArPllL.I
PniLiDirniA. Pa . September 27.
A general review of every department
of trade the past few days abowa that
tbe expanding movement u under lull
bead my. In every Industry orders
re on tna increaae. Renewed. traffic
is increasing rapidly and a general
scarcity of cars is complained of,
especially among shippers of iron,
steel, coal and beavy raw material.
Railroad builders are railing for rails.
ties, lumber, spikes, etc., faster than
they can be delivered. Traffic is rap
idly expanding and earnings are lm
Building Inlertttt. The builders of
bouses ate crowding work to their ut
most, and labor is scarce. Building
material ia plenty. Philadelphia's
consumpt on ot buck this year win
foot up 160,000,000. All yards are
crowded. Ihe building activity is gen
eral thioug'jout tbe New England and
Lumber. All kinds of lumber con
tinue in active demand and wholeral
ers and retai lets sre stocking up with
winter supplies. Hemlock, yellow
nd white pine are in greatest demand.
J'ltb and shingle) are scarce and plan'
ins mills era over old.
Ooal Hie October snthracile allot
ment is 3,250,000 tons. Orders are
rushing in and buyers are anxions,
Production for the year 21,054,175
tons, or 1,000.000 tons ahead of last
year. The bituminous trade is heavy
and can are scarce.
Iron and Steel Demand is absorb
ing all that in made, and prices are
strong for naiie, lxr and sheet iroo.
(Steel rails are :S4. Nearly 200,000
ton have b:ou sold for next years do
livery. lhy OowU.TUe jobbers handling
all kinds of textile goods. Silks wor
sted, woolens, cott.in, uphnlatery
good?, cloth, hosiery and carpets were
never busier in their experience. All
manu'acturers are overcrowded and
importers are doing the b'ggeit busi
ness they ever did. The market is
actually bare, and mills have started
to make overtime. Prices are not ad
vancing, but they will next spring in
woolen products. Dre s godp, casii
meres, shawls, lacs goods, ribbons and
fringes are going as fast as they como
from tbe mille. The like cf the present
was never teen.
Traveling Agentt. Drummers are
crowding in orders Lister than they
can be filled, and repoit tbe West and
South b re of stocks.
Tkt Lilluxjraplten and Staliimert. -The
lithogftphers have a strike on band
and have business waiting. Tbe man
nfacturiog stationers bave completed
the fintst stock of novelties ever dis
played. Impo.ted stocks ara excep
Organized Labor. The organisation
of labor ia progressing even more
rapidly than list spring, and the ques
tion oi entering on a strike for shorter
hours and hlghsr pay ia now nnder
A llcaUbj Revival of Trade.
New York. September 27. Tbe
' World this morning publishes a iotig
trade review In which it (hows the
great prosperity in the various trades.
The buBt'e and activity in the dry
goods district is apparent to all who
visit that part of tne city. Big jobbing
bouses are lighted up at night and
sidewalk! lmnbjred with ba.oi and
boxes ready for shipment to steam
ship wharves and railroad shipping
offices. In Pbiladelph'a the revival
of business seems to be genuine and
solid. Merchants of all classes, com
mission men, jobbers and retailers are
beginning to tick forward tn an un
commonly heavy trade. The great
-dry goods hous?s, the whole ale
grocers and the dealers in staple mer
chandise, are working night and day.
Tbe grent manufacturing districts of
Kensington, Kichmond and South
wark cannot turn out goods fast
enough to till their orders. The gen
eral c pinion of biiB'm si men here is
that tti!s is not merely a boom, but a
healthy revival alter a! season of un
natural degression. In the inn ttado
business has increased 50 per cent,
since this time If at year, and the de
mand for coal ii enormous Capitalists
and manufacturers are still very cau
tious about making large contracts
on account of the uncertainty
still existing as to tbe stability
of engagements of opsratives
and tbe exutence of Btrikes
in some quarters, but on the whole,
the relations bstween employers and
employes are harmonious. The Bos
ton dinrnUh shows tbe same bright
outlook. Tbe Atlanta, Us., dispatch
sy: "There Is a marked revival of
lmtinees in this city beyond question.
Toe assertions growing out of tbe pro
hibition dispute that business had
been injured has made the discussion
of this point vtry prominent, There
are eight railrods centering In At
lanta, and the outward freight upon
tbem ' ia regarded as the beet
index of the trade of tbe city.
All reports beavy gain in butimss.
In interviews with merchants and
manufacturers of all classes , it was as
certained tbat the fall business showed
an increase of from 20 to 40 per cent,
over the same date last year. There
la a maikeri falling oQ in tbe credit
businets, country traders purchasing
with cish, which hows tbat Atlauta'a
commercial territory ia Handing well.
Ia dry goods, hardware and agricult
ural implements great activity exis's.
The drug ttaJe seems to ha the only
one which lansuislu-s "
The Sun Franco dispatch says:
Business in th s city is veiy dull, and
there is very litde appa'auce of a re
vival. During the pas; month the
throe Jbeavio.-t failures ever known
here bave t-kon place. By the sus
pension of Kenne Br s., lli.lmrr.Wo d
A Co.. iiollman A Co. and Bantu A
Co., mors than $2,510,000 fcos been
lost. Ths l'fcilio coat failurts for
August were 71 ajaintt (10 lor July,
and this does not include ths four
heavy ones mentioned. The exports
irom San Francisco by sea during July
were $i';JOO,000 ; for August, $2,500,000.
Wheat and Hour export by sea July,
$1,250,0000; August, $1,400 000; Trew
nre expoits July, 11,610,000; August,
$1,130,(100. The fact is, tbe comple
tion of the Noithern and Can' ian
Pacific hts cut largely into the trsde of
tbis city. Tbe merchants of Southern
California now buy almott wholly in
the Ksit instead of here, and ths mer
chants cf Ojcgon and British Colum
bia do the same. Tbo total
trsde hai not increaecd in the
same latio tbat other trades have
fallen off. There bos bsen a ve y
large numhe of failures of grain grow
ers, mostly ip San Joequin county,
and the liabilities have been heavy
with small n'Ptt?. Ths lis? falls
mostly on local merchants, who era
obliged to curry larne line of credit
lor farmcrj. However, there hes bcea
a very heavy wheat croo. The wire
crop promises to be 17,000,000 gallons
or more. Raisin crop, between 000,000
and 700,000 boxes. Fruit growers
have all done well. The orangs crop
also promises to be fully as la rye as
last year, when over 2200 carlcads
were sent East, besides those kept for
home consumption. The ex en
sion of the Southern Pacific through
the coast counties ia having a gwd
effect on business and many large
ranches are being shut up and settlers
coming in rapidly. New towns are
being laid out and bnsinesimen are
establishing branches, which all help
the San Francisco trade.
The t'oadHloa r tbe teny Market
at (be Various C'apctaU.
London, Sept amber 27. During the
past week ditcount ruled at 22J.
There is no Indication of permanent
higher rates. The rise in tbe Bank of
England rats his prevented an outflow
of gold, but has attracted no bullion.
Gold continues to be bought in open
market far America. Tbe heavy Au
gust shipments of A median grain
threatens further gold drain from here,
against which there are heavy pur
chases of American securities here for
New York accouot. The KconomUt
thinks tbat money must rise, but tbat
tbe advance will not be rapid r
marked. American railroad securities
were buoyant during the week nnder
tti9 lnnaence oi large JNew loik pur
chaeep. Inquiries were made yester
day for large loans to carry stocks
bougut by Investors. Operators here
are cautious and look with suspicion
upon tbe renewed boom, ihe con
tan ion of a rising market, however,
will be difficult to reeist long. Traffic
receipts continue to Increase and it is
believed there will not be much diffi
culty in sustaining prices.
Paris, September i7 The Bourse
during tbe week was firm but inactive.
Panama canal ebares closed at 3H0.25;
bar gold at 2 premium; private die-
count at 2. A general revival cf
t'ado is noted in the provinces. Strikes
nave enaea every wlurs. The Kheims
snd Bout-ax factories are working full
time and bave large orders The
hardware factories at Crouzit are also
Berlin, Sop'ember 27. The Biurse
was du'l du ing the post week, Rus
sian securities drc'ined. Private dis
count doted at 2i. Trado is stagnant.
Frankfort, September 27. Busi
ness on the lhmss during the week
was dull. Private discount closd at
2J. United States funded fours clcsed
Vienna. flentmhr 27 Prlooa mi
the Bjure declined during tbe paet
wee, .exenange on London closed
125 60; Austrian credit at 118.80.
A Tbr'lvlaa-, Proaperoiie Town With
looaaiBroxDisoa or ths irrau.l
Gsrmantown. Tcnn.. September 25.
Oar town was qute lively today.
Trade brisk and merchants feeling
comfortable. About twenty balea of
new cotton sold on our market today,
bringing a fair price, 0lR nearly all
purcnasea ny tbat wide awake mer
chant Mr. E. W. Gorman, the proprie
tor cf the oldest basinets house
la Girmsn'.own. Cotton is o par
ing rapidly and farmers are quite busy
nicking. The yield will be batter both
in quantity and quality than for sev
eral yenrj past. The most striking
Improvement in town is the splendid
now gin owned by MetS'B. Tuggle &
Kimbrough, Both the siding and roof
is of iron, nuking it firs proof. Its
bright brown color makes it a pleasing
sight. I wai today shown through tbe
building and works by that moat cour
teous gentleman Mr. A. G. Km
brongh, and everything waj as neat
as a parlor. Their capacity is fourteen
bales per day. They pack by stesm,
making a hale In one end a half min
utes. They use the Nnnce prese, with
adjustable screw, which I believe to
feature is the suction power for un
loading cotton, which they are adding
to tbe many improvements of their
gin. This is one of the finest gins in
Shelby county, and its proprietors two
of the most perfect and enterprising
gontlemen. For the good of the com
munity I with we had more like them.
Quarterly Conference of the Metho
dist Episcopal Cbuich commenced
here t jday, the opening rermon being
preached by Klder 15 wwell, D.D. Why
should (ieruinntown not grow? Plenty
of churches, a fine adiool.a healthy
locality, and only an hoar's run to
your city. a citihn.
AN Al 1 1' WSJ IDYL.
', Bala bread,
! Kata piee, !
' Kan meat,
I m runnin
My name? '
M.ei lion dny.
Cand de. J
, Don't amilo,
111 no aireak.
CorpHt t hruti Calltr.
Time to Prrarnt a Memorial to Mr.
DniMN, September 27. Ths Glln
Board of Guardiaus has adopted a res
olution dec'aring that tbe time has
come t present a national Irish
tiibute to Mr. Gladstone, ami calling
npon Mr. Parcell to support a move
ment with that ohj et.
FLAsniNu in their pearly sheen,
From the glorious coralline,
See those tctth untarnished I
White alike the hick and front,
l es, by the fregiant t-OZODONT,
May beauty's month bs garnished!
MORE FATORABLE THAN IT WAS
A MONTH AGO.
Heavy and Continuous Bains, Aided
by the Worm, Do Considerable
namage to Cotton In Texas.
Chicago. September 28 The fol
lowing crop report will appear in tbis
weera l'sus ot tbe Farmer Jlemew;
The weather has continued un
usually laroribie lor tbe growing
crops oi corn, and the bulletins from
some of the Iowa, Wisconsin and
Illinois counties indicate a slight y
more favorable outlook than was
deemed to be possible one month ago,
Tbe crop has certainly not gone back
ward as a whole during the past four
weeks, but tbe reports as to tbe yield
continue to show the yield per acre
will bs considerably below the aver
age. The leporla of correspondents
irom twenty counties in Illinois esti
mite tbe yield by bushels per acre
and show a range of 12 to 40 bushels.
Tbe lowest averages are reported from
Williams. Wayne, Btephenson, Madi
son, Christian and Bsone coun'ies,
where the yield is p'aced at from 12 1 j
20 bushels. In Wabash, Btark.
Pulaski, Daviess, Johnson, Greene,
fulton and UolfS, tie yield is esti
mated at from 25 to 30 buahels. In
CawforJ, Effingham, Kankakee,
Mac in, McDonongh and Woodfoid,
tbe yield is placed at 35
to 49 bushels, la the State of
Iowa the averages follow very closely
these of Illino s. In twenty-ons, coun
ties reporting this week the lowest es
timate Is 12 bushels for Fayette coun
ty and tbe highest, 40 bushels fcr
Grundy, Pottowatamip, Winneaheik
and Jacks in counties. Ia Davis, King
gold, Wayne, AVarren and Washing
ton counties tbe vie d is estimated to
be IS to 20 bushels ; in Gags and Tama
counties, 25 bus-he's; iu Buchanan,
Greene and Winnebago counties, 3D
bushels; in Adair, Cherokee, Cedar,
Emmett, Oiceola and Palo Alto cotia
t ee, 35 bushels. In Nebraska the low
est estimate is 25 bushels in Butler and
Otto counties; for Boone, Cats, Gage
and Hamilton counties tbe average is
placed at 30 bushels; in Ucbardeon
county, 40 buehrfls; in Buffalo county,
45 bushels ; in Thayer c junty, 50 bush
els; while the avereg4 in Red Willow
c unty is placed at from 50 1 3 80 bush
els. In ths BtUe of Missouri tbe low
tst average is indicated in Shelby
county, wheie the prospective output ib
9 bushels; in Harrison, Putnam and
Ft. Fiancis counties, 15 to 18 bushels;
CjIo, Hickory snd Webstnr counties.
20 bushels; in Butler and Pettis coun
ties, 25 bushe s; in Howard and Ver
non counties, 30 bushels, and in Gen
try county, 35 bushel.
la the btate of Kinsaa the lowest
average Is 15 bushels reported from
jeticrson county, anent tbe highest,
45 bushels, in Ellis county. In Wis
consin the average langes very low in
some of the counties, with a majority
oi the returns, however, indicating 20
to 25 bushels. In Dakota the returns
range from 25 to 40 bushels, though in
Clarke county the yield is placed at 4
to 10 bushels. Ia Minnesota the av
erage rangts from 20 to 40 bushels.
Indians, Obio and Michigan report
the highest averages. In Indiana re
ports from eighteen counties show a
general average oi 3 to w bushels to
tbe acre, l',ke, Morgan, Montgomery,
Henry, Clay and Gat roll counties re
porting 40 to 50 bushels. The lowest
averaga reponei mis ween is a, kdiii
county, placed at 2) bushels. In
Vermillion, Martin ard Lagrange
counties t' e aversgs is 30 !o 3 bush-
. In Ohio the general average of
the counti?s repotting this week is
from 3'J to 30 bushels. None of ths
counties report a less aveiags tlum 23
bushels In Michigan the smallest is
25 bmhels, reported from Emmett
and Huron c.unths. Ia Berrien, Bar
ry and Drydcn counties the average is
placod at 4t) bushels; in Ingham
county it is placed at 70 bushels. Ths
recent rains bave saved a vest extent
of pasturage, and brightened meadows
over a wide area
Galveston, Tax., September 20.
Rjports from several connties in the
totton belt toll of the disastrous result
to open co:ton cf the lati heavy con
tinuous rains, also qf considerable
damags resulting from the otton
worm, which is ravaging Washington
and neighboring counli'S. Ic is be
lieved largo quautities cf cot'on bave
biea whipped oat and damaged by
GKA1S IN SltiilT.
Statements or that Clilengo and New
New Yohk, September 27. The vis
ible supply ot grniu on the 25th in
stant, as compiled by the New York
Produce Excuange, was: Wheat, 49,
6!IU,431 bu; increas. 2,050,551 bu.
Corn, 13,1)55.701 1)11; increase, 188,470
bu. Oata, 4,8'Jti,828 hu increase, 244,
ltil bu. Rye, 610,630 hu; decrease,
01,432 bu. Birley, 1,276,554 bu; in
crtaso, 56,458 bu.
The t'bleaeo Statement,
Chicago, III., Heptember 7. The
following is the viaib'e supply of grain
September 25th, as compiled by the
secretary of the Chicago Board of
Trade: Wheat, 4!.600,000 lm; corn,
14,000,000 bu: oats, 5,0(K),()i'0 bu: rye,
K40,000bu; barley, 1,278,01)0 bu. Tbee
figures, as compared with one week
sgo, show an increase of 2,05!),000
buehols f wheat, 230,(H'0 bushels of
corn, 244,000 bushels cf oats, 68,000
bnsb.e's of brly, and a decraee of
(12,000 bushels of rye. The tto:ks of
srain in store at Chicago September
25th were as follows: Wheat, 8,5(i2,0l 8
bu; cora, 6,430,000 bu; oats. 1,250,000
bu ; rye, 204 000 bu ; ba'lev, 6S3.0C0 bu.
ppi-Irrt wlthtrtpf pivnril toriirtlT.SIrfnirth ami
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Ii. t miiuiiOn.l Itiu'.Aliou ur rii.iyplntt.'. Ir. l'rii!'
Ktlmcts, Vaullla. Lcmou, cu, flavur U. IlilouUjr.
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lalrsmlde ptmuliAr tm Mlw cx liMiM try
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irmioa, and to invtluftbl fur DiaeuM poculuu- to
U omeo, M.dsUlwboiMdsw1inUi7liM. Il Kn
rlchrw and Puritlra th Blood, Htimulatea
the ADpetltn. Mrracthrii ths Mucles ud
ISrrvesv-in fact, tboruacbl InTiT"rtf
('Inavra tbe oomplstiiun, ana makMiUt) akin nnoota.
It doa not biacksa tba UeiLt, oufe hMdacba, or
prudaoa ooastipatioa nil otXrlrun msdicinta do.
Slits. Kmzabkth Baibd, 74 farwell At.. Wilwaa-
kds. Wit., aariL nnder daU of Io. Wtb.
1 hnva naad Brown's Irun Bittr, snd ft basbaan
Bcrs than a doctor to u. havina cared ma of .tba
WMkneM ladies bava in life. Alio curvd ma of
ar dumulavtnt, and now my omipleiiun is clear and
food. Has alao been banetloial to nij children."
MB4, LaOTJIQA V. HBAODON. RMt IjOCBpoffvn
iya: I bara suffered on told niirwrr frm Fei
omplainta, and oould obtain bel from not
Complain ta, and oould obtain rwl
exoept urown's iron oittera." t
Genuine baa abore Trade Mark and crossed red HnflC
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President of th Grunt LOUISVILLE COURIER-JOURNAL
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man of my olfice, induced uie to teat it in
my family. Th reaulti huve bren entirely
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yeara' atandinr, in which I believe every
known remedy bnd been tried with tempo
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and with aeeminirly increated aeverity.
V oar euro broke them at once, and there has
been no recurrence of thom for more than
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The time has come when the ter
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woman Ire can be avoided. A dis
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yeara in thia branch of practice, left
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8. n. PUNSrtOMB, R. Ii. COCHRAN, J. H. MrDAVITT, . F. M. NELSON,
L. JUANAUKK, A. VAC0ARO. J. R. PKPPEH, W. B. MALLOEY,
N. FONTAINE, JOE. BRUCE. J. T. WILLINS.
H.H.DCK8C0MB,Prea't. JOS. BRUCE, V.-Pres't. J.8.DUSC0MB,Sec'j
KELLY, ROPEB & EEILLY,
r ocers & Cotton Factors
No. 303 Main Street. GayaMO Block.
Woods & Swoop e?
Buggies, Wagons and Harness,
NANCE COTTON PEESS,
- B1BBODB GINS,
Steam Engines, Machinery of All Desoripilons,
No. 332 SECOND ST
AJJDBKW 8TEWABT, New Orlaana,
RO.S56 AND 85 FKOST STREET, BLE2JriIUS, TIZSX
STEYM1T BROTHERS & C01PAHI
COTTON FACTORS AND C03DHSSI0N HEKCHANTS,
WET OKI.EATVN. T.OITTHTAT1TA.'
er. i bornton & Go
Cotton Factors, Wholesale Grocery
No. SOO Front street, s Memplils, Tern:..
JNO. S.T00F. E. L. McGOWAN. J. S. McTIGHE. W. O. PATTES0N.
Wholesale Grocers and Cotton Factor.
And Dealers in Lerce and Bailroad Snppiies,
No. 874 Front Street Memphis. Tennessee.
THE PETERS & SAWRIE CO.
M. J0NBS. Preildent. I. F. PETERS. Vioe-Prealdeai.
W. O. F. BAWRII, BeereUrr and Treasurer.
(Hnceeaaora Pelera'et Sawrle,)
MANUFACTUKEHS OF THE MAGSOliIA BRAND"
30 39 and 40 Jefleraon Street.
W. M. JON1S. JNO. K. RTBR, I. P. PKTKH3. BO. ARNOLI, W. P. J. 8AWRTK.
m in ip a vi
I U B aUI CJUIJ aUB
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants.
No. 314 Front Street, Corner of Monroe, Memphis, Tenn.
Ho. 11 Union Street.
I 1 f SrUARHAN.
21 Front Street, Opposite Custom House.
Floor In ur, Celling-, Weather Boardlar.
F. M. K 0BFLEET, Besldeat Fartaer.
1 ANDBBW D, QWTNNB; Ma.r faVb
MiMw ejMaa wvva m
: t STemptiU. Ten
HO INSURANCE GO
It i CO.,
. FRANK & CO.
No. 238 Main Street.
MEMPHIS, .... TEXW,
OPEN THE ENTIRE TEAR.
THE coarse of study ii extended, thorough
and practical, affordiue; superior facili
ties for obtaining a sound buainesa education.
For Catalogue call at the schoolroom or
address T. A. LEDDIN, Principal
AHTYX'8 rONHtRrUL IOL.
l.Kiac.ai3fl:h 81.. Waahiniton. D. C.
opers October lth. Pror;d;a a rraotically
uaeful business education. Terms : Lire schol
arship, $10. Tuition, boarding, stationery,
etc., twlve weeks' oourse, t"5. For circular
ree)!addreaa Martyn's Comm'rcial Oo'leae.
Mrs. Bowles' School
Opens Sept. 11, at 155 Adams St.
SPECIAL advantages for young ladlea In
English Dourae, Latin, German, Frenoh,
Musio and Elocution.
Thorough inatruction br modern mettoda
ia offered to boya and girls from primary
classed thfuah grammar course.
The Higbee School
FOR THE HIQIIE&
Education of Young Ladies
Beale, Lauderdale and Jessamine iU.,
Incorporated ullh 4'ullot;int Prlv
AN INSTITUTION OP HTQFI BKPl'TE
AND KNOWN EXCELLENCE.
fall Term Opens Monday. Kept 20,
ajfvThoroueh Enellsh and Classical Course,
Modern Languages by Foreign Tencbers.
Book-keeping, Short-hand and Xype
tichoola of Art, Music and Elocution noted
for exceptionil advuntases.
Special atudenta received in every depart
ment. A new and elegant building wilt be erected
during the summer and tall, wherein will be
lurniahed a apacioua itady hall, large pri
mary achool-rooma. class-rooms, laboratory,
library, gymnasium and art gallery, which,
with the elegant man-ion uaed lor hoarding
pupila and the wooded pleasure grounds,
will form one ot ihe most complete tchool
foundations in the South.
Cataloeuea ready August 4th.
For information address
MISS JENNY M. HftiBEE. Principal,
SCHOOL OF ART
THE HIGBEE SCHOOL.
MEM PUIS, .... TEXX.
DRAWrNQ, Painting and Wood Carving
taught by tbe methods of the celebrated
Cincinnati Sohool of Design. First success
fully introduced here by Miss Carrie Des
londe Dobyna, Principal School of Art, the
Send for Mperlnl Cirrnlar for Art
HIS CLASSES in MUSIC
on the first of September. Voice Training
and Vooalizntion a specialty .
Apply at K. Wltimann A Cn.'a. Second
street, or O. K. Ilonck. Main street.
Mrs. Wade's School
For Yon rig Ladlea and t'nildresl,
NO. 498 SHELBY ST.
Eleventh Annual tension will begin Afon
day, Nynlfmhpr 20. ISSG.
Miss S. F. Hay's Art Studio.
REOPENS OCT. J, 1SSO.
PUPILS prepared for "Ihe Art Students'
League,'' of New York, er any other
ur.u ctaas art acnool tuey may Uesire to enter.
Addross No. 87 MRdiania Ftrvrl.
" TITII experienced assistants In all de
VV partmenta, will begin ita aixth year
On Soptciuber III, l!SS.
ntNo.174 Hernando street, formerly Grace
Church. Boya prepared for either Buainosa
or College. Discipline firm and strict; in
atruction thorough and modern in methoda.
modern languages a apecial feature.
for tortus, etc., address or call n
WHARTON H. JONES,
136 Hernando street, Memphis, Tenn.
mnti'iL BtPiaf tiKir
Tulano University of Louisiana.
Formerly, 1847-18S4, the University of
ITS advantages for practical instruction ia
diseases ot the Southwest are unrivaled.
as the law aecurea it superabundant materi
als from the great Charity Hospital with its
7110 beda, and 20,(100 patiente annually. Stu
dent hare no hosp tal-fees to pay and spe
cial instruction ia daily given at the bedside
ot the sick, aa in bo other institution. For
catalogue or information, addross .
Prof. 8. E. CHAILLE, M. D., bean,
P. 0. Drawer S61. New Orleans. La.
PETERSBURG, VA. Tbe Twenty-second
Annual Session of this School for Boya
beglna the first Monday in October. Thor
ough preparationa for University of Vir
ginia, leading Engineering Scboola and
United Stataa Military and Navl Acade
mies! highly recommended by Faculty of
Univeraityot Virginia; full stuff of instruct
ors! aituation heaUbfcl. Early application
advieed, aa a umber of boarders ia atriotl'
limited. For catalogue eddreae
w. HQH DOW MoOAHH. H.ad Master.
" CHICHKHTER'S ENGLIitn."
The OrlarlnM nnrt Only tannine,
Safe and always Reliable. Bewaroof wortli.
Ii'- Imitations. Indispensable to 1AIIKN,
Ak your Urngglat (or "i.ti(ol:otr'sj
Knitlf-"and take no other, or inoloae 4o
(stampa) to ua for particulars IK LFivir. by
reliiie mall. N.- PAPfcat. Chi
hfatir 'nemlcal Co.,
SHIS Hadlaon hijliHro, Flillatla., P
TKAlEinpplied by GEO. C.G00DW1N
Wbolemalei ag.au. Ito.a n n . tlnll
5T5T-)" Tnu BELT or Re-
yv;',--w'i. wernor is made ex
hWi'Y" Pressly lor the cure
mistake abou thiain
strument the con
tinuous stream ot
meatin. through the
narta mna reatore
them to healthy action. Do not oonlound
thia with Electrio Bella advertised to cure
all Ills from head to toe. It ii for the ON B
speoifie purpose. For circulars giving full
nforniatiion. addreaa Cheever Electric Belt
Co.. W Whlnrtnn street. Cht"a . HI.
ALL peraona are hereby warned not
purohaae Certificate No. 90 tor ten share
Masonic Temple Stock, issued to R. W. Shel
ton, April 11, 1874. a it haa been lott or mis
aid, and Ihaveapp led lor a duplicate.
8. K. SHKLTON. Admini.trntnr.
K Valuable Patent.
I)na7a (Iloree) Torn and P.a Plaaa.
HAVING perfected my Invention. I wish
to pluoe it before the public, eepecially
miinulaoturera. Aa a Corn Planter, it ia a
perleet aaooess orena tba drill, dirtribnted
the aeed accurately, nninlurod, and eovord
the aame, theroby one man perrcr:ning tbe
work of three. The. have been uaed In
thia section for over a oemi. yoora witu cr.
feet satisfaction. Wan give responsible toatl'
iQUX II. D ANCY.PancyvUle,
Haywood county. Teat.
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