S.VlUIiltAY MOBNIM! hElT. 5,1874.
HON. JAMES D, PORTER,
OF iTJSNRY COUNTY.
Election Third of November Nest.
NOMINATE STRONG HEX.
The disastrous results of making an
unfortunate nomination for office was
fully Mtestrated in the last Presidential
eleertraa. Greeley received only six
thoaiaad three hundred and fifty-eight
. vtes In Shelby county, -while the Deni
esratio ticket in this county received in
the recent election nearly eleven thou
md votes. Horace Greeley was not
the man for the emergency. He was
Mt the man for the leadership in such a
erusade acaiust extremists. He was not
tit man to represent the reconciliation
of sections and factions that had been
so long and so widely estranged. His
selection as the candidate of such a
party, with such a policy, at such a
time, was a paradox in politics too hard
to explain to the satisfaction of the
eeuntry. There were northern Demo
crats who could not, and would not sup
port him, because of his long-life an
tagonism to the principles of their party ;
Mttl there were southern Democrats,
who, whilethoroughly in sympathy with
&e liberal movement, weie unable to
accord Its championship to him. And it
was in this way that on the very eve of
victory defeat, disastrous defeat, fell
upon the Conservative cause of the pa
triate who were seeking to save the
m ewiBtry and not to promote a party. It
was in this way the wise purpose of the
true men of both sections was frustrated.
It was in this way that Tennessee had
' the mortification of seeiuz more than
twice ten thousand of her most intelli
gent, pnbltc-epirited and devoted eons
JwaWmg their ballots back, refusing to
take part in the election. Like causes
wM prataee like results. The nomiua
tie of etyeetioBable men for the legisla
ture on the fifteenth of September will
produce that indifference which charac
terized the last Presidential election, and
defeat will be inevitable. Then we
again repeat, let lis select our best men
. men of tried principles, tried patriot
ism, tried talents and discernment, and
Mee who will look to the best interests
f tbeir county and their State.
A correspondent maintains, as did
the B&rtlett resolutions, that the Demo
watte party is tbe only organization ar
rayed against Radicalism, and there
fmm streets to the appellation of "The
Democratic and Conservative party',,
Oby enrreepondent argues that tje
Dwaoeratic party is tbe Con" erva(jve
party of the country, apT the
wt "And Conservay- ar. infint
aas.etbersHiie,aiH tliat their uee is
uiBpwsw una TIiere jg muci,
mm IB wuat
our correspondent says,
as aH BMtst '
i(niif that the Democratic
r"18.3 national party th oly party
w7' is struggling to conserve the Jib
"rr j of the people and the constitution
the country and the only party ca
pable of giving any effectual aid
im preserviyg our institutions. In
speakteg of this organization we
woatfci' gtedly avoid tbe tautology
efssiBg tbe words, "And Conservative;"
but tbe State convention held in Nash
ville on tbe nineteenth ultimo, organiz
ed tde enemies of Radicalism in Ten
nessee in tbe name of "The Democratic
ad Conservative party," and we are too
rigid -a partisan to ignore tbe behests of
(Mir conventions. "What promises are
between men o business, platforms aie
between the parties that issue them and
tfce people, and they must be faithfully
observed. When a party, In State con
veatios, proclaims its name and ita plat
form of principle, it must abide by the
aaae, whether in victory or defeat.
There are but two great parties in this
eoHBtty: The National Democracy
na4 the Republican party. As individ
ual, we prefer to call ourselves simply
Democrats, and to eseape the tronble of
writing the superfluity which has been
adiie4 to eur same; but the State con
vention has so ordained it, and we shaft
eontinue to labor in this contest for the
triumph of the Democratic ami Con
It U Impossible that web a mob of one
swiiial bscb can commit taeh a -wboieaate
laaiilU MMlcoBeal tlHwwetTealf theimtbT
tttos 4s ttMiir duty, la the name of outraged
uwaatt humanity, and ia the name ol nocte
S'tllu marcjcroic' ,"uiM1 ptwlshment
The above Is from an editorial in tbe
HWent Melhoditt, of this week, com
weBting (Hi tlie murders of the negroes
-1b GfbsB county. We quote It beeauee
ia two lsrief, well-ooitruc4eel sentences
H eetilaiBs h11 that the iopie ia and
out of the State think and -lemand.
Om trBBilred seoundrebi aixl murderers
urely eaoBot conceal the mseives from
"six tboue&Bd-Totere." Let them, then,
lie brought to light autlpunished. When
that k de&e the world will believe that
3HteB h ia arMBt in denouBciug the
The eaiawette has brehea eat again at
IN. JokBs, New Brunawtak.
deaeral 11. F. Traftef boa bees re
IHsicat mm of Beeefeerk shshI
OaMmtst fll4k at Washington are
iWnswalssi alTalrs In South t'aroUiMU
jA. Ian3 number of Catholic pUgrima
(fan gajfistad have arrived at l'arla.
The HsfHiblruans of Ohio were in State
tswisi uMuai at CetaabsB, hm( TSMsOajr.
The PaopJe't) State omiventton of M ta
ts in aewqou at janerson City, Tues-
Oiwowt JohH K. AlKswi eouniitted
aatetd In Han Krcleaa yortotday. Cause
TSe third Reason of the Loufcville ex-
sdTiMlay mtM, susder favor-
Jataes White was mortally weumle!
tf wH from Ituip Murray's fsHso! lu
The bishop of Ucatan ha kmiedan
aasaunicaua ail Uktstolsss who
I civil marriages.
IT. J. Oariile nfaot atni klUed J. C.
, at CbaUanuogx, a few da,y a. The
arv Jary pnmouaced It araiaain th
Tbe DomootMy of tbe ekcbtti Mb
1 sUsHIrt, an OQSVlHl at Ht. lits v
, sum wt 8osBa it. r. jnajHi
frrp w idlest toeossreas.
lit Tempt, V Opbtkm jVutfomtie. and
J JKm, Vmr newfrer, have beeasmt
huttwt to nomlBas penalli eaeh tat twb
ItVisUiC Mar. Bal Bos lux's Ms.
In Pitteton. PenoevlTania. yeeterday.
of-roilee MUllean fatHy sttoi
nsncll, a seaman. An M anMge
eoVot the Iorier ofllctal aeu isward
, A railway con ventwn was held in Mt.
Vernen, Ulttu, yesterday, Ma obteet beae to
tmm forward the norwj f tne beat line for a
bean fremt railway between tstrAUantte
suvd Alusteinpl river.
TbeeittEeas of Spring U1U aBd vi
ctaltf are iuaMa up, by private MbMYir
aa adHttonal reward lor tiiirrtI the
srdereMr JoHa Haydi,tbe eoswed Mboai
MRer, near KM Tllla hut wcti.
Jttiaii T. KWti, Judge of tbe eity court
sat jhtfaala, Alabama, . rre4d frlday
ahrM est a aamga of iiteUnK the ecsreor i
Mss. ssttaruaensef Knlaula have ahe
!2'..S!S!?iv? biU3ed violation of the
ee fotcemenl set.
A party of sir surveyo9,from Law-
lenee, Kansas, were murdered by Indians
Wednesday last, near Lone Tree, near Fort
liodfe. The names of the party are Oliver JF.
Hhort,D. T. Short, Jno. H. Kenchl, James I
Shaw, Allen Knew and J. C. Jones. !
John W. Coleman, charired with tho
murder of Peter Graeffe In Cincinnati on the
twenty -eichth of last Jnne. rnmmltiwi am,
dde Monday nl
dde Monday nlsht In lhatdtv. Uv iiantrtnc
hlmtelf from his bedstead, which he had
placed In a perpendicular position in his cell.
The greatest performance ever made '
unon the turf in this country was that of '
Fellow-craft at Saratoga on last Thursday
-week four miles in 7:1X, beating, by a char
ter of a second, Lexlntrlon's achiev-t.,aent i
twenty yean, ago, which has Horvu on the
record as the fat-tent lour ralh?ievr made on
the American turf. '
A telegram from JeCersonville, In
diana, aay that a Frenchman, while waiting '
on the track of the J. K. and J. railroad, was I
attacked uy three men, robbed and then tied
to the track. A train passing by, his !elt lee
was severed from his body, lie was plcke?
uii and carried to Jeflersouvllle, where lie
died Sunday morning.
A dispatch from Brussels to the F"U
Matt UaMtU says that the international con
ference, at a fuU silting, rejected the four in- I
trodactory general principles proposed bv
Russia, and all the proposals concerning re
prisals. The coarse or deliberation has been
peaceful, and there has been no recrimination ,
bet ween the German and French delegates, i
The sheriff of Smith county, this '
State, announces bis determination to bring
all evil -doers to punishment, and ha t tic sup- ,
port of an o erwhelming majority of the citi
zens of that county In the pursuit of this end. i
He has succeeded in captunng three of the .
parties implicated In the murder of Dick Mc- j
Klnley, winch occurred a few days ago. i
A telegram from Loudon. Tuesday, !
says that quarantine regulations have been
put in force at iueenstown, which cause
Kreat hindrance to commerce. AU persons
are prohibited from leaving or embarking on
vessels front ports in America, West Indies,
Mediterranean ami lUack seas, until It is as
certained that saeta vessels have a clear bill or
General Davidson, commanding at
Fort sill, telegraphs to the Indian bureau, un
der date of August SStb, ita Caddo, Slst,
his arrival at that place from Anadarko,wi:b
three bnudred and fifty Comaucbes, one of
the bands of Iron Mountain. One of the chiefs
gave up his arms to General Davidson when
he surrendered. The other people were col
lected and brought into the agency.
Ex-Secretary McCulIough will ventil-
late himself through the Cincinnati papers
on the subject or tbe currency and taxation,
favoring tbe withdrawal of legal-tenders.
tlnz free-banklnc ileanrnes thatncoln
basis cannot be reached while legal-tenders
are afloat. He favots a low tan it for reve
nues, and says the coal and Iron of Pennsyl
vania and the eastern manufacturer need
protection no longer.
Tenth District Congressiounl Con
vention. T'HK Elective Committee of the Democratic
and ConservaUve party of Uie Tenth Con.
gresslonal District having designated Bolivar
as the place, and tbe Mh of September next as
the time, lor holding a Convention of Dele
gates, to nominate to represent said district in
tbe Cengress of the United htatea. respectfully
suggest and recommend the following order
of business In the hope that, If adopteo.the
proceedings of the convention will be greatly
First The Convention will be called to
order by M. D. I Stewart, Chairman, at 11
Second The election of a temporary Chair
man and Secretary.
Tblrd-The appointment of a Committer Dt
from each county on Credentlals--r..nort
and action thereon.
Fourth The appointment of committee
on basis of nepr45nttion. ro.Jior
from Hardeman, from u5S1,. rind
IhereoS!161 COBnlls- report5 and action
Jl'I-W'-tment of a Committee of
ia7onrV'lntron Permanent Organ 1.
wiiii T?f2.T And action thereon.
-rT" adoption of a rule as to the vote
SiVSii determine the nomination.
vTli? j Nomination of candidates.
Ji-Thelr respective plelges to abide
action of tbe convention and support tbe
By order of the Committee.
II. D. L. STEWART, Chairman.
MEMPHIS LADIES' INSTITUTE
212 De-Solo Street.
Mrs. M. P. South worth , ) PriPinis.
Mius. Kamnik i MrUKiiKE. r -rnncipats.
TILL. RKOPEN 8BFTKMBKK 7TII. FOR
r term!, send to either Frlnclnals for rJr-
24G SLI.IOTT STREET.
ilIE next Fall Session of this- Institution
will commence on KonUaT, wenlem-
ler 7. 1 S7. KATIK J. BRYAN.
Meitijhls City Schools,
aUIK Memphis City Schools will re-open
MONDAY, lllh of September next: and
the Male High School will be removed from
Adams street to No. SB Poplar street.
Hr order of the-Board ol Education, passed
Wh July, 1ST!. J. U. CAIRNES. Secretary.
J. P. CAHDTHERS.
ATTORNEY -AT -LAW,
once In Irving Block",
345 Second street. u-talra. Jleiiinbls
U. F. GAVANA&H & GO.
TEA, COFFEE, SPICES
FRESH BOASTED COFFEE,
PDKE GRODSD SPICES,
always on band, and offered for sale at
VERY LOW I'RICEe)
U. F. C'AYANAGH & CO.
Xo. 365 SIA1S STREET.
MEMPHIS CITY SCSOOLS.
'INHERE will be an examination oi appli
X cants desiring positions fh tbe City schools
cm Saturday uxt, Slla lnat4 at the office of
Hoard of Education, commencing 9 o'clock
a m., punctually, lly order of
J. G. Cairns, fccretary.
September 8. Is7t. set
BAM OF DISCOUNT
No. IS Madison Street.
The business of this Bank will be mainly
the Bajrlna and Selling of Htoeks, Bonds and
Sewritte of every kind; Us Kale or Purchase
of Negotiable Paper, Uh Negotialioa of
Loans, tit Investment of Money, and the
faHhful ezeeauon of ail traits.
M-rXockt, Bonds, etc-, sold at public sale
when parties In Interest desire it.
" c The nnderigd will give hts personal
attention to all bast ness, and will make tbe
Dank a reilaWe agent la taw later est of those
who may have stealings wttfa K. Ilia design
la to jmtkelttha medium for promoting the
interest of all who may wish to boy or sell
Htoeks, Bowls, -KeaeUabie Paper, or to bor
row or lead looeey, asd a place to which they
may resort for la-e aeeeaipilahment of tbe
oljeets. r. W. wniTlt. I'reslilent.
WICKS, TSERY & CO.
n tl nl I ' T l.l.t-1 W. r x.
HUea Steam Rat) a J
BeertBJ Hor, Kuclae..
37 Tj'NMm STBEET.
VTOT iCK P DUUOLU ION -1 he copartner-
f yL,0'"" aia,WuMj.ujt
foj f Ou.. In la manufMatact' of CI .Vri ti
O iloLeau WMBei all oolrt .DdluVjeU
ud aH "coantada ilieilrm mu.. bo oaS5to
W J,lbert McLean. Daled fUJTLS
J. C JACOUI.
EgE MEMPHIS DAiI3iY
t K. L. COCHRAN, late fit Cochran
f MRS. M.K. COCHRAN, f ft A. HAS
L,te wllh Mfcfi J- V.
R. L GOCHBAN & CO.
Bf. E. JS J. W. COCHRAN,
Offices and Yards, Foot Washington St.
and No. i Howard's Kow.
SamalUag .North end of NaTj.Tard.
IT-REP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A GEN
t. eral assortment of Building and Fram
ing Lumber, Wealheiboardlne, Flooring, Ceil
ing, hblnglea and Laths. Also, Doors, t3osh,
Blinds, Dressed Lumber of all kinds, etc. Are
prepared to flit on the shortest notice.
230 FRONT STREET,
.Memphis, : : : : "Veimcssec
UUUri. TORKASCK THOS. WKIJjKORD,
Late with V. a; H. Jack & Co.
TORRANCE & WELLFOltl)
Succeasers to Hugh Torrance A Son,
General Commission Sercluints,
Vio. lO SeU'ersou. Street,
0pp. Comrsercial Hotel, Steniphls. Tean
J. Jj. DANIEL.
I- J. WAKE
J. L. BAXIEL & C0.5
Bacceasors to VfBa, Daniel a Wrighi
Xo. 361 Front Street.
U. V. RAMBAUT.
238 l-'l Front and
MEMPHIS : : : 1 TENNESSEE
KEEP al wavs on band a v 11-seleCied stoclr
of PLANTATION UPPlJE6i.
Particular attention caid to the Btorinc
and Sale of CO 11 ON . Liberal Caxh Advance
made on a 1 consignments. f pi
SAVE YOUR MONEY.
liny jonr Cuots mid Kb or, nl
353 31aln st., formcrl Xo, 10 .TefTers oil
I HAVE a large assortment of my own make
& of Boots and Shoes which I will sail lower
than they were ever ofiered before in Mem
phis. Ciive mu call anil judge for yourself.
Holly SpringN, Miss.
csr This Institatlon Is under tbe direction of
Bisters of Chart. y," lrom " Nazareth Acad
emy," Kentucky, and offers every Induced
ment to parents who wts'.i their daughters
thoroughly educated. For terms ami othec
partlculars,apply to tlve
an21 - HI6TBK SnPKRIOR.
t If K have removed our ' Heal Estate Ex
ff change" to that central locat:onorer
No. 19 atadiNon, near tbes. v. oruer of Mad
ison ana Main streets. TheSa.i-aud Rental
Departments will be conducted as heretofore,
the latter in chargo of W. o. .Mtl'iltini, i-sq.
au2S TRKSiEVdNT JL CO.
Corner of Jefferson anJ Froat Street
3Ieuiphis, Tenn. .
"ITrE are pleased to learu that MRS. M. AL.
LKN A ISONS have-decided to re-open
their old hotel, the Commercial, ns Meters.
Carroll i Carroll's lease eiplres on October lst.
W'ecan vouch for them as No. 1 hotel-keepers.
Their past history as such speaks for itelf.
Until the first Mrs. Allen cau be found at room
No. 5, Commercial hotel. All necessary Im
provements lx msko the Commercial a No. 1
cheap hotel will be put la operation at once,
and guarantee to all a hearty welcome. Come
oue, come all sc.
rpUE COMMERCIAL HOTEL, NOrWITH
JL standing contrary advertisements, will be
continued under its present control and man
agement, and evr eflott will la made to
give Its patrons eocn comforts and attention
as Its proprietors have heretofore shown to be
satisfactory. The arm ami otyectof the snb
scrlbers is to make tht. eurlug the lall and
winter months, a popular place ol roort for
those ct local sections as well as the traveler,
SCHLKr CARROLL, Proprietors.
HAVING leated the furntturf fixtures and
geaeral good will of the Commercial
Hotel to C. E. A H. R. CARROLL, we Wi ula
r.spectlully teouot the favorso: our former
patrons as heretofore, rtelingtnat out uccess-
on will give general satiefa
3. V. Al.LtN.
Memphl,8enttm er ?, ISTt.
A LARGE AMOUNT of Ihe e bondfjl
sold at private sale by ni
ONION AND PLANTER j P
ivlt OfMeru"' aNK,
B. tt and t he
8EIS lu thp -ot ' Oi.
kmable " city.'. Pash
aud aer OOPSKIRT
BUHi .dine FOLDINO
BARTON'S DEWBERRY CORDIAL
' I ui e, suoMjnucrs nave been appolntc
A lor the above remedy, hlehly
mended for all bowel aSections; and
for BUCKEYE SALVE,
. , JON19J CO.,
ly holal lirmigtttn. 3S7 Main st
KEWA.UD INJJAME LAVfif.
'IHIK BLUFF WTYUOOTINU CLUJt OF
J. lers a rvward of B5, lu addition to thn
?-a.f2offerf byBia!B lor the appre
hension and conviction of BDruRn.hT.
iy person boou
wounuine. trapoiDi? or iriiHt,r
tin,. T...--1i. .V'r.
aws of the feUte. The
Kme law cxpireB on tbe second of October.
11 and 13 Union
Stocus o Bacon, Flour, Tobacco, Bnggln?, Tics, Etc., complete,
aiid almll not be ""dewojld;.! lieral
J. C. KEELY.
30$ FEONT STREET,
35etweea Ujalon ami dayos o, frfemjiti, Teim.
Wo are also a-u f or the SoathernStir Cotton Gln.mDrmfactured at Germantown, Tenn.
R 1 SFMMFfiACO.J
no. m mm mm.
From the " El JfrincJpe do
A special attraction, interesting to fell, will be found in KLOKAL HALL, with 1a Foun.
tains. Cascades, Urottos, its Fruits andt Flowers, and Its splendid show of Horticultural and
Agricultural Exhibitions, and to whlcli producers are Invited to contribute liberal! y.
Articles for exhibition wilt be reeelved'fronl 1st of October, by the Superinlen-Ient, and
careiuUy prepared and placed In position.
Fruits, Flowers, Cereals and Products of the Field and Farm will be received at all times
during the season.
The DEPARTMENT OF MACHINERY Is provided with a splendid Engine arid Shafting
tor driven; all machinery on exhibllloi; '
A liberal share of amusement wilt greet the lsi(or every nieht, by Amateur Perform
ances; Tablrauz and Vocal and Instrumental Concerts, with Monster Promenade Con
Hotel Fare In the city, tbe best in the South, will be liberally reduced.
Gr&xi.GJTm, .LTrp.lssloi3Ly 25 Otis."
Excursions for SrUoolsanil Families provided for at commatatjon rates.
Open to the competition of the IVorld.
.Special arrangements with all IlallroaJt terminating in this city for Excursion ue
NO C1LVSQE FOR SPACE TO J5XHIBITORS.
For further particulars seo Newspiipers and Circulars, or addrei
jr as. m. goodb.ik.
jrxo. is. s. eiLiLAivi.
esaie ooots an
322 1-2 AID 324 IAD
' A. I., MARItlS.
!!. Front Street, Memphis.
HE PERSONAL ATTENTION Of ONK OF
f hanitMmrnf tvitlnn. and libera' cssn Advances msue on ccnsicnmenw of same.
J. W. HEATH & CO.. '
.SUCCESSORS TO KAKDLE & 1IEATU)
3F5. O IE3 IFL X S3 37 OHl S1-
COB, SECOND AND WlKCHESTEESTg.tMMP5IS TBUM
No."265 IIAIH ST., GOB. COUBT.
New Goods I Low P
DIAMONDS ! JEWELRY ! SILVBRWABi!
J. C. FIZEK.
FIZER & CO
IS. M. 9TEELX
a!en Factorr at Key Wf it
Intlnstrinl Exposition, MetnpniF, Tenu.
If. llalNElf. Sliperlnien.Ier t
JOS. X. GOODIIA
AtVAHf B. GOODBAIC.
W. . MALLOltT.
THE F'RM OlSN T 3 THE SALE AND
(SDCCESSOBS TO FORD, PORTER & CO.,;
And Commission Mevek'nis
AGESTS FOR TITE CEI.HBR ATEP " 5ilEEK COTTOS PRESS."
IMPORTERS AJfD DEALERS IN
310 & 312 FRONTS'
We are now receiving our Fall and Winter
TOOK OF FOREIGN
to which we Invite the attention of the
OUR STOCK. OF
GUM & LEATHER BELTING
is unusually large, an d can supply all sixes
OUR STOCK flF IRON
is very complete, representli''S aU sixes.
of every description.
A COMPLETE STOCK OF
GUlaTlT STEEL BRUSH GISS,
LOTTOS BLOOM ISS,
DEEKI5G H0BSE ESGIXES
a'ARWS'S rntE-PROOP SAFES.
for al of which we ar
AI-0) RETAIL 1)1 ALEE JX
IFindow Shades, Hollan ,fls
Picture Cords and Tassels,
' AGENTS FOR
Prepared Plaster Board
298 1-2 SECOND STREET,
MEMPHIS, : I 1 a TENNESSEE.
"rt'KU a iare and varied sto..k and
, Increased facllidtf, ire areprepa red for
the Trsdc Season.
These spectaitlea are manufactured fnen
"MINUTECRY WAL PEBBLES" melted 1 o
eether, and are c ailed DIAMOND on account
of their hardness and brilliancy.
Having been tested with the polari scope, the
diamond lenses h. ve been found to admit fif
teen per cent, less Jieated rays than any other
pebble. Xheyare rround wlthgreat scientlfle:
accuracy, aref roe rrom chromatic aberrations
and produce a hrf ten tries and" distlnetneas ol
vision not before attained In spectacles. Man
ufactured by the jmncer ovtlcsl Bsnn
IsclnrlnK uinipitiiy, H.y, For sale by re
sponsible ai'.cnts In every city In tiie Onion.
W. V. UI'KD.JeweierandOptlclan.lsHolei
Agent for 5tempUs,Tenn., from whom tbej'
can only bs obtained. Nopeddlersfmployed.
Do not buy a pair njalesa you see- tne uaao
mart: s aplo
, XL. 1)11 dt ,
J. C. ALEX ANDES
loma county, Ilss.
BROWN & ALEXANDER,
AND OEl SLfiX.
Room No. 10 Saea- an Block, coruct
tjiilau aud ft tutBtreeta.
C0NS1OKMENTB sol telle I. Orders for all
kinds of tnerchar itlje. machinery. wae
oas, etc accompanied; with cash or city ac
ceptance, will receive careful personal atten
tion. All consignments ,uus and eoods shipped
by us, covered by our c tHn polteyrj' Insurance
unless otherwise ins! j acted. Keltr, by Pr
mlssion, to Ucrman f iatloual Rank. Jji!
O. W, MACRAE
Having CASH to spend for Dry
Goods and Notions, had better
examine THE VERT LARGE
STOCK now offering ly the un
I JOB I.OTS,
at auction prices. Hnvlnsueen
damaged at lie late lire, they
must be sold Immediately.
WM. E. M0OKE & CO.
15 UNION STREET.
On or abool e S3lh or Aosusl we will
remove Irom oar pwsent location to
2 Front St,
we wUl open with a la-ge stock of
and will -UVANCE above
CM. TAYLOR. TH03. F. DUFFIN.
TAYLOR & DUFFIN
No. J8 FHONT ST.,
, : : TENNESSEE.
. . . : : TE-HNEvSEE
Ltberal advancCasaanc, ,
CLARENCE P. HUNT.
MOSBY, HUNT & CO.
304 XVR.OJ3T STSiTrr
SEarillS, : : : : : TEN'NESSLE,
iw Consignments solicited. sel
A.LOEB. S.RIRSK. S.8TURSI.
41 laadison Street,
FIRE INSURANCE AGENTS,
Aa'erican Central Insurance Company,
St. Lonls.Mo. Capital, 91,373,000.
Brewers Insdrsnce Ca. of America,
Hllwankce, Wis. Cnpltal, 1,000,000.
St. Joseph Fire and Marino Insnranco Co.
St. Joseph, Ha. Assets, 81TS,0C0.
Franilln Insnranco Company,
Indlaimpolla.Icd. Assets, $333,000.
Jjugo Lines of Insurance placed at
St. X.onts Property and 3IcmpIiJa
uud Sclma B. 11. Bonds.
SPLENDID St. Louts Residence, near busi
ness, One school and church facilities.
Sitory brick, elegantly furnished with mar
ble mantels and all the conveniences of water,
bath, gas, sewerage, laundry, stable, coal-cellar,
etc., worth ESMIO, eau be traded for by im
mediate application to tbe subscriber, ou fol
lowing terms, to-wlt: JIC.OXI M.andSelmaR.
R. Ilocds, at their face; 17000 cash and ISOCO
tliriei eats time, tlrer cent. Interest.
JNO. S. MELLON CO.,
si-.li 510 Chestnut street, at. Louis, Mo.
I Q g
Park Avenue Academy,
Under the auspices of the
BOARD OF TftPaTSES.
TILE above tehooJ will beopsssforpoplWon
4 J. o. GALLOWAY, Teacfaw.
ML FEMALE INSTITUTE
lis muss east of Memphis, on the Mem
phis sad Charleston Krtlreaa.
3ext Session will Open 7th September.
OUR superior faculty. JSftSSTvSi
feet security irom tbe ZfJSVS
Teetlon.alt o ir',yjtT?it
REV. I. E. DOCOt
SOUTHERN HOME SCHOOL,
1!I7 and 1 North Chariea Street,
Established lSlI.i UALTIMSRF, Bi.
Board la? and Day Seaool for Young Ladta.
, , , i3Ib.ajiiM.Wiio!M.Cabv.
Prlnelpato: J Mas. Uesebai. Johs Pk.kah.
French me Language i"1- r -
6S0RGET0WH COLLEGE, D. P.
Inl'ilDEO IX 17S9.
. . . ...... lu.
THE CTasiic al hcooom ir'"' ,
TnorouibJtoMruetlon i 1 i
tireek" Frh, Matnemattca, Rational Phil
osophy and atural SeJeueea.
1 ho aieuieai muvw wwm- wm. "-
The Law Kchool. October 7th.
For further pattlculais aaWieas
iiM PVF. HK.VLY. H. J.. President.
FOB. YOUfiG LADIES.
ABOARDINU AND DAY SCHOOL. U 5
der the charge of the SMsters vl H. Mary
The Sisters will reopen tnelr school on JloN
DAV, September Hlb. at tfceir w reMdeaee,
Nos. and J51 Poplar street. For clrcalars,
etc, apply to the Slater Superior.
Keferenees Tbe Rt. Rev. C. T. Qolotard,
the Rev. Clergy of M MB pels. R.I'. tttlntley.
M7BRSITY 0? VIRGINIA
PBKB orrrOBKR 1st; eaatlnneK tbrourti
( I nine mouths. It la orcanlaed in scdooU
th elective svstera. with fall courws in
Classics, Literature, tfeienee (with pracUco
In Chemical and Physical Laboratories), la
Law, Medicine, KnatneerlDC, Teaching and
Chairman P.O. University of Virginia,
jjS Albemarle county. Vuxlnla.
CHRISTIAN BROTHERS COLLEGE
2S2 ADA3IS STIiSET,
Memphis, - - - Tonnoisee.
-Thls InsUtution aSbrds ample meant
for a thorough Clawleal, be.eoline and Com
For Board, Tuition, Music, ete apply to
BHO. JCAURELIAN, President.
Swioo Begins Tnwfsy. Wept. 1. 1H7-I.
BOARDING AN8 DAY SCHOOL,
FOR YOTJfiO LADIES.
rnHE" Nineteenth Hesakm " of this InsUtu
I uonwiU open Monday, Sept. M.1S7L Ref
erences Eiven In all lb Western and South
C.oiM Vnr niulrul address
' MRS. EUOBNIA CUTHEKRT.
IKS and Ull Cbeatnnt street. Ht. Louis.
ST. tsm ACA8EIY
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
1HIS InsUtuUon, conducted by the sisters
of bt. ixmuiic, is mugnyiuo wiiwmi m
a healthy and retired part of tbe city of Mera
nhte. Tennessee. The balkHar' are ample and
commodious, standing In tbe center of exten-
. i, o.i ht.htr imnniTMl axoaads. shaded by
forest trees, and laid out and set with rare
plants and shrubbery. . .,
The course of studies oonptisea all the
branches, useful and ornamental, that are
usually taught. ...
The Academic Year consists of two sessions
of Ave months each; the first commencing
on the Orst Monday ot September; the second
on the first Monday In February.
TERMS PER SESSION,
Payable half yearly, la advance:
For board and tuition in any of th- follow
ing branches: Reading, Arithmetic, English
Grammar, Geography, History, Rhetoric,
vim rxi-iltlon. Criticism. Principles o: Natural
nnA r nt itiA nnnil.
For Day Scholars, tuition, 115, KB, lis or KM.
according to age or class as above.
For further information acply or address
JIUlilSA .T 1- f An.vo.
SL Agnes Academy
FOB YOUNG LADIBg.
riTlIE palrons and friends of this Institution.
X arerespectfolly reminded that the new
Begins on the First or September.
Parents who wish, for their daughters, the
beneats of a solid and refined education, will
have no reason to regret their choice of the
For particulars www,
Boaidlgc anU Jy Keliool Tor Tonus
109 MADISOX STRZI.T,
THIS INSTITUTION OFFERS, WITH A
faculty of wen qualified teachers, supe
rior facilities fox thoroush emssteal and scien
tific education. PU session opens
MONDAY, SEPTRMBBR T.1WL
For circulars, and further information, ap
ply at the lcstltntloa. "
GRUNDY CODiNTY, TENN.
mrrra it i wK vratnin? olace 'Will M
opined for the.-eceptlon of guesta for the
ion of r7t on tli tirst lT "
ISdtS bl tesS cei BaUl the first day of
t bylneh tinc located opoo on 3 of the .
I tne cm uVi,iv from all malaria ami
epidemical diseases. tne snmnier
wa uuWrie oa
con necuu" ! ,hj tMthoa on hand,
rou! "viSK'u TwiU te made for through
At "D?!EM,,mBhis and other southern
aijr r6ori, Bitv
ASte wP?2?2L7 made s:uce
niasu anU FiaW tirr . .urn
l"" mBV ! r r
and August, $15 per w half price.
. ' .h.f'nntladlt.
f the Mammoth Cave estate
s W1 Mammoth Cave. Ky.
sdTloo 31ilcli Cow.
s for Chelsea.
JL have rt
and have oj
eight, S3; pe
trains on tb
at Cave City i
taut 8K mile
fall to visit th
Ing Nortn two
WILL be sol
Take blue car
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