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S34 MAIM STREEl, HE-PHI.
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Mo-roe ati-cit. MeilshyC. L. HYKD, Jeweler.
JEANS and 0 I HER CLO 1HIXU, Etc.,
o account of declining hutineia, will sell
il miction, on
Meaaday, rebroary IS, at 10 'clock,
JEANS AND OTHER CLOTIIINO (Onttom
made), PiKOK O00IH, WOOLKN I'NDKR
WKAR, FIXTURfcS. COUNTERS AND
bUOW CASES, at
It. 7 Mala HI., for Mrs. L. l lman.
A. M. RTnnDAHl). AurtlonMr.
KOK MALE OK RENT.
FARMS Several fin farm In Arkanaa
and Missiaaippi on very eaay forma and
low price. Address
B.J. M AhTTN. Memphia, Tenn,
IP tho party who ho in hit poiaeaaion a
CHILD'S BRACE tor the body, which wit
handed him on too corner of Vane and Main
ttreeta, will return it to 520 Mam atreot, bo
will be lihorn'lv rew.vde.
HORSBaso lUJGUY-On Saturday. Feb.
1 Hh, from tbe bluff, a dark bay home,
heavy man and tail, ion hair, tid-mring
huggy. Keturn to BHD LKVI, 30 Front
aire. A libernl reward for their return.
NY ON K wishing to adopt a bright LIT
1 A TLK U1RL, twelve year old, leave note
at thia oflioo lor
MB. TFEZKVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, ft urine and Commercial Notary
Public, Cc inmisiicpor of Deed and U. ri.
. i il n' u. ou-.l:
vuuiiiipHiuuvri in tug ,,iu I'uicV) i.. i iiin'ii'
aon street. COLLECTIONS A SP jpiALT.
AI, TONE-Wishing tho aervlcee of Topp't
Wind hould arnlyat 74 VANCK KT.
4) WHITE COWS-One with rope around
head. 5 reward for th.ir return to K.
B. BARTON, near Curve, Herrandu roal.
BROWN MARES MULE-About ten yean
old: long hair, Strayed on night of De-wiil-r
25tb, front Bemeatown. Liberal re
wH tor her return to W, V.. KKLLY.
BOOMS AD BOAKO.
C1UOICK Seooad-floor Furnished Room,
J touthern sxpaaure, with or without
board, at 1 Madiaor aueet.
1 OOMS-Farnioed er anfarnlehed, with
I V board; alao, day-noardera, at
No. U MULBBRRY 8TREKT.
OOM Desirable farnlahed room, with
hoard, at Ti MaOnon ttrw-t.
00M Nicely fnrniabed room, auitabla
V for renllemaa and wife or twu tenia,
with (oodboiud, at 117 Linden atrcet.
I 00D KOOMR-With board i day boai dor
V I aecomraodatedi tranaaeotx alao ao-
oliited, at MJ6 Second itreet.
BOARD-Wilh eicellent room,
VIA ADAMS HTRBKT.
' NICK Rooma, fnrnlahed or nnfnrniahed,
1 with or without board, at 1.17 Madiaon at.
TWO larro nnfurniibed monu, with or
wltbent board, at (t) Madiaew atreet, cor
ST. JAMEH HOUbE-Cor. 6Mnd and Ad
amaau, Room ano board & par week;
day board. S 50.
lOOK-At 118 Waahinrtoo rtreet.
I) ADVANCK MONEY On houaehold
proparty, withovt remorai. Addrea
P. 0. llo Id.
MAM To Are and bat at engineer in a
aawmt J: ulae, a man to run a (ana
edger; alao, a Rood inrober porter, and man
to take cbargo of lumber yard, one who an
dera'i.nd.1' ataiintf lanioer. Apply thia day.
FRANK MKHT00OL. Pe.b'Hy Hotel.
rPWO Gentlemen tt. occupy roots, with
I board: plonty to ea' and nice honae;
in private (anally, at 7'J Linden atreet.
MOOD COOK White or colorej, well'ec
iToimrniii I , at Wl Poplar at., up-.'tnir.'.
T ADY AGENTS For Mra. Campbell's
1.J New. "Tilter'; a Tiltw, Baatle, lloop
akirt and Underskirt combined. Uoopa can
be removed and aklrt laundricd. Adjuata
lte to any aiae. Ve:y fabinnable, and eella
for t'. to every well-dreaed ludy aa aoou aa
h"wn. AicontH doul.le their money. Also,
a lull line of new furmibinr itooda for l.idiea
iud children. Aitdre'a, with tnmo,
K. II. CAMPBELL Ji CO..
4HI WoHt Kandclpb at., ChicaKO, III.
AUKNTS Liberal rommNaiona allowed.
Peroona detironaol obtaining wealth,
Aililrewa Puritan Co., bun 4'S Kt. Louia.Mo.
GAROF.NER At City Hoapital and wom
an to eiok andwaab for tiode Kentle
man. Apfly at Hospital at 10 a.m.
Addn.at SOLO, thia office.
pWO"nBClABLK CH A M B E RM A I OB-"
At Xadiaon atreet.
rpAILOU A aood tailor, of aobar habit
-L irood aalary or partner-'hin; no capital
required. Addreff Bus 18 rwinKton, Tenn.
FEATHER8 Tet! tbonaaod ponnda. old
or nv, by HAV.l EL G AHA Y, Agent
and vommtaaion Aiereoant, 4tnj baelby at.
Send (or price-liat.
I ADY AGENTS Anoally clear in daily
1 J with my wonderfu; New Patent Rubber
llnd rgarment lor fetnalea. One ladyaold 50
(irat two hours. MR. G. LlflLK,
Lock-Poi 443. Chicaito. III.
JjVHUYBODY-To cll and aee the de
Hi bratedUypay Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
atreet, near Poula' .
'IliAMBERMAirs Two reliable rham-
,7 bermnida,at72Madion street.
AN ACTIVR MAN-(Oreoutof emp'oy
ment) to betin oc moderate atlary and
-work himaeK op, repreaeotine;, in hi own
locality, an old estahliahcd house. Rcleren
cea embarked. AM. .M A N L F ACT L' KIN (i
HOL'.SK. 14 Barclay atreet, S. Y.
AGENTS In every aection of the country
for two New Book. Juat ready. Si'inai.
1'iriis to men of experience capable of fill
ing a large terriUry. State experience, age
and territory wanted. CASiiELL A CO.
(limited), K&! Broadway, N. Y., and IU Dear
born atreet, Chicago.
SALESMEN In every State In the IT, ion
torepreaerit a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having eevernl
SrgcULTitH thafare popular and aaay aell
Sng. Can be bandied alone or in eonneetkn
with other geod. Addresa THE WM. B.
PRICK MANUFG. TO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
MEN AND WOMEN To ate rt a new bu.i
at tneir home; can be done even'
ing and learned in an hour; any peraon
mnkinxleaa than IT- to Mo an hour ahould
aend lUe at once for apackare of aamplea of
gooda, and 24 working aamplea (tormulaa)
to commence on Addreat
ALBANY BI'PPLY CO . Albany. N. Y.
TRAVELING and Cry Saleamen, regn
larly employed by wkoleaale houaea, to
carry one-half ounce aample (on commit
eion) of new article in aae in all buainett
honae. No templet will be eent anleaa ap
plicant enda card of houe renretented by
him. II. W. Stevena, 3HR North Clarke St..
1 AA f MEN Youn and old, to bring
1WUU their Old Clothea to Roaenateini
Bro. and bay tbem renovated. 'SM Main
od 16 Jefferao. .
FOR SALE OK KXCUtNHE.
TjOR City Property, 6 email Farina, ft milea
X? Irnm city, UU kaleiah road : will aell on
DOG Larire white and gray apotted tetter
dor; had name on collar. Return and
be liberullv rewarded.
JOUN B. ROBINSON, 22 Madiaon at.
BRACELET On Poplar atreet, betwren
r'eoond and Main, a ailver bracelet, wi
five ailver banglea, bearing the following ia
iliala: li. U., G. B., L. E., Oulph and Em
ma. Finder will be rewarded by leaving
lima at No. 22 Front atreet.
SETTER A Hack and white aetter dog,
with brown head. A liberal reward fur
hia return to K" St. Martin atreet.
-STORY BRICK HOUSE-No. M Second
'J atreet, corner Washington ; 6 rooma and
good Itora for bnaioeaa; rent cheap. Apply
to KD STACK, 222 Waahington at.
PLANTATION Containing 4(0 aorea of
cle.red and in Arkanaaa, oppoaite
Randolpb, Tenn. Will leue on extremely
lowterina. Apply to J. W. HAYS.
a re t f Thoa. H. Allen A Co.
ROOMS Nicely iurniahed front rooma, at
o Monroe st.
VERY NICK KES1 DKNCE Nearly new.
No. 96 Sixth at., Cbelreit, containing tig
rooma, pantry and atore-roora, with front
and back gallery; eituated in av,rylarge,
airy lot. Apply to, TUO-t. KRELY,
corner Auction and Second at., or
J. E. LEWIS, V Sixth tt.
2 -STORY I rick Keaidence, 8. W. corner
Second and Exchange at, t m trat-claat
repair; eight rooma. Apply on premiaea.
I LLMAN PLACE 249 Lauderdale It.;
toO ier month. Apply on premiaea.
-A( ACRES -Five milea out Poplar
ni atreet road. r. K., Xi Madison at.
i1 Li lOt-LAK STREET CotUge, aoven
OlD rooma. Apply to JOHN KF.1D.
O ROoMa En auite, Lee Block, third floor
ju tront. Ap ply at ftp, t juaquon at.
DESIRABLE OFFlCKS-Store-room un
der Tenneaaee Club on South Court at.,
and four offioea on Second atreet oppoaite the
Cotton Exchange. Apply to
R. B. SNOW DEN or
J. L. ttOODLOK, SH Madiaon at.
PIANOS AT FIRST COBT-Cal) thit week
ifyon want a bargain.
K. A. BENSON'S MUSIC 8T0RB.
SIO Malu atreet, oppoaite Peabody Hotel.
rpv Q AaOematic Shipman Englnea, 1 and
X 2-horae raoaier, at MV Front atreet. Ute
eoal oil for fuel .
i H UPRIGHT PIANO BOXES-Jart the
LJ thing ter eoal orieedloxea.
0. Ki HOl'CiI k 00., W Main at.
SET OF BANlTTlNSTRUMENtS Hight
piecea; a bargain at
B. A. BENSON'S MUSIC STORB. '
SIB Main atreet, uppeaite Panbedy Hotel.
OUSE-Un Walnut aueet, jual loom ol
Vance, Lot over Sfl root Runt. APPiy
ELLETT A HOUSTON.
JAca-At V- A. J one" k Co. a, U Monroe
atreet, one blaek Jack, five yeua eld, aad
a good one. i
AT SnWPORT NKWS.VA.-1000 lot, 5o5
feet waUr fro 1 1, 4C feet deep. For full
inlormttion addreaa WM. A. DEAN.
47 Leiington atreet, Baltimore, Mil.
i)X HEAD MULES AND H0RSB3- For
Jj'J caah. or payable Septeaoer li, UMj.
with good ,ecUy.M PATTERSON CO.
A BARGAIN VILLA KI'KN FRUIT
AND VEGETABLE FARM--0n New
Raleigh Pike, 1 milea from Brick Church,
Chelate; S aorea No. 1 land, houae 6 rooma,
tervant' heuae.a, atablm, barna, cribs, dairy
houae, well and riatern: also, :H0 buabel
corn, hay and fodder, wed potato, turnip,
aaparagua beda, hot bedh and aa.'h, arricul
tural Implement, household and kitchen
furniture, cowa, calves, horaea. mule,
wagona and barneaa. Apply on premise.
J. T. BERLIN.
HORSE A aafe, reliable family buggy
hoiae one well known to the citixena
of Memphia. Apply at the livery atable of
JONES & CO.
nPHB OLD HEN ISLAND-In tight of
X Memphia; 1 W acres, of which about .WO
cleared and very rich land. A bargain can
be aecured by application to
0. B. B RYAN Jk 00.
pjt-NNESSKlt STAXbS C K KIT 110 AT KO
Kt oeival'le "" and all doe to the
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
Sung, Ammunltiou, Flahlnp Tattle
and Sportsmen's Supplies,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
md Haln Street, Memphia, Team
Manufacturing and Repairing of Gum a
Specialty. ar-Telephone No. Uud.
Importer and Dealer in
Sana, 1'Uhlna; Tackle aad Nportai-mpn'sMnppll-i.
- 8ieclal attention
given to MANUFACTURING and RE
PAIRING. llMaiiN., MempliKTonu
John Ovibtos, Jb. C. N. Gaosvr.voR.
OVERTON L GROSVENOR,
Real Estate Dealers
GEJmi A- BBOSEB8,
Office, 264 Second Street.
. R. Cer. aeemtl axl Ceait,
X FJaU'HIS, ... TEJaXSSJEX.
RIAL KSTATB BOUGHT AND BOLD,
Taie Paid, RehM Collected, etc., en
mi. K. E. BULLINGT0N,
SS7 Mala Street. : Memphlg. I'm,
HAVING qualified a administrator of
the estate of Frank Duncan, dectaaed,
notice i hereby given for all partiet having
claimt againattaid eatate to file tame with
me: and all partie Indebted to aaid eatate
will tettle ai once. Memnhia. Tina.. J...
ST. 1886. Ifril KkNJ, ft, DUNCAN, Adn'r.
I tMrB 1 1 K'H 1 H E T K R. .
Jos. Bkhoks. Manager.
Three Nighta and Matinee l emmearlai
Kouilay, rrtranry l.Mta.
America'i Famoua actor.
FRANK C. BANGS,
In Harry Miner a
S'lTWE lS. mSG !
Under the peraoaal management of
JoS. U. MACK.
Magnificent Seaie E9ecia of Wonder(ul
Magnitude, including tbe
Denhla Maar aail KeolinvacBf ry
oonatruted from tbe otiginal morlela uaed
at tbe Princeaa Theater, Lon!oo, r nclaud.
and at Wallech'a '1 beater. New York.
Tburaday, Friday XigbU and Saturday Mat
inee inetnarming ana lncompaiaoie
Repertoire Ml'e.Ntt uche. Lark 1 1 Muaette
Jw bllALL WE VOrt.T
wht on 13 mr?
Ike Ieaae la aa tla-Lrt l a Decide
Feeling that the puMio deairea information
on thia eubirct, the Temperance C'ouamitlee
have decided to hold a aeriea of
continuing every night for weeka if the way
be open beginning Surday, February 14,
at 11 a.m., at the Firt Method at
Church, with a GOSPEL TEMPERANCE
SEKMON, by the Rev C. 11. Ml AD. an well
known and ao favorably received at Mont
eagle laat anmmer. He hat for yean been
prominent in thit work, and with gteat
ability utiitel an exceedingly cheerfal and
maaical attractiveness, which tlaaya bringa
overflowing houaea to bear hun.
Tie Rev. Mr. Mead will alao apeak at 3:30
o'clock p.m.. at the Young Men a C'nriat an
Aaaociation 1111. and at 7 :M p.m. at Avery
Chapel. On Monday night, at the First Bali
tint Church, tbe Rev. Mr. Mead will be aa
aiated by A. A. llnpkinaof ew York. Mr.
liopkina gave a ttirring addresi on night of
January 2tfth, giving a logical preaentation
of acta and figuret in favor of Prohibitum,
abounding with laughable anecdutea and il
luatrationa, lie ia a pleaaing apeaker, keen
and witty, and will oharm all who will hear
We will alao have Dr. JOHN A. BROOKS,
the gifted preacher and orator of Miaaouri.
Lecture will be ail free. If weather it
favorable, may get the Kxpoaition Building.
Announcement! (or meetinga after Monday
will be made later. We will have new muaie
book a, and hope to have a choir of lll voicoa.
Shall we not hope that Memphia will lollow
the example of Atlanta?
We all know that the manufacture and ne
of alcoholic dtinka ia the greateat evil of the
country; that the tratlic enalavet women,
wrecka manhood, injurea publio and private
tervice, peoplot priaona, breeda paupere and
criminal, and thereby impoaea enormoua
burdena of taxation; deatroya capital and
ruins lubor, and prevent many a man lrom
having a good home of hia own.
Knowing thin, ah ill we not all unite and
try to aoenre for tbe State of Tennecace the
benelita ariaing from PROHIBITION.
fQKANx MASK HALL,
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1886.
Admitainn Fiftv Oo-t..
Will Be Held To-Bay at the Tarlona
Cknrckea at Ike llonre Named.
At. Aiirv'a CofAedraJ Poplar atreet. Ser-
vioea at 7 and 11 a.m., and at 4 p.m.
iSroHoera'UurcA. Union atreet. TheRov.
N. M. Long, naator. Service at II a. in. and
Otorgia Ar Methodic. Preaching at 11
a.m. by the Rev. D. D.. Moore, pastor. No
night service. .
Spiritual VaH.-2r8 Second atreet. Ser
Ticeat 3:30 p.m. Seat tree. All reapecl
(aWaitcm Caen. Linden atreet. Preach
ing at 11 a.m. and 7:) p.m. by tbe Rev. J.
B. Briney, paator.
Aral JfsrJkoduf. Corner of Second and Pop
lar ttreeta. The Kev. Dr. C. il. Mad will
preach at 11 a.m.
ImuHHUttl t eurri. No. 254 Third atreet, be
tween JetTeraon and CourL Service at 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
fearal Bojitwt. Second atreet. near Be.ile.
Preaching at 11 a.m. by the Rev. A. W.
Lamar, paator. No night tervice.
tint Prfbittriau.Coran of Third and
Poplar ttreeta. Service at 11 a.m . by the
pastor, iter, r.ugeno vantei, u.u.
JSroegeWcel Lntltra lriaity Ckurrk (flr
reon) Waahington atreet, between Third
and Kourch. Service at 10:30 a.m.
Central Mrtlodvit Vkwrtl. Union atreet.
Service at 11 a.m. by the Rev. H. II. Ma
hon, D.D., paator. No night tervioe.
Hernando Strtet MrlhodiH Qivreh. Corner
Linden and Hernando. Services at 11 a.m.
and 7 :30 p.m. by tbe Rev, J. M. S pence,
8oad 'reirfv'eraoi. Corner Main and
Beele ttreeta. Service at 11 a.m. by the
Kev. W. B. Bogga, D.D., paetor. No night
Young Jtfca'a Ckrirtio esocioti'oa. There
will be go pel tervicea at the rooma at 3 :;W
p.m., conducted by the Kev. Mr. Meade.
All are invited.
Cwc& of (lie (rood Hhevh'rd. Corner
Fourth and Mill atreetf. Chelae. Servioea
at 11 a.m. and T:30 p.m., the Re. H. C.
Vhfltfa Cumberland Prr&nittrtm Church.
Corner of Fourth and Looney streets. Gospe
meeting conducted by young men nl Sp.m
All are invited.
Calvary 0 awe .Corner of Second and
Adamt atretta. Early com t-union at 7 a.m.
"ervicee at 11 a.m. and 7:.S0 p.m.. tbe Rev.
Davla Scesumf, rector, officiating.
Alabama Sfrtrt Prnbyfrrian Churrk. Cor
ner el Alabama atreet and Jonea avenue.
Sorvieaa at 11 a.m. and 7:30 u.m. bv the
Rev. James L. Martin, D.D., paatur.
Cumberland Pmbytman. Court atreet.
Service at 11 a.m. by the Itcv. 11. A. Jones,
taator. 1'uion acrvire at 3:li0 and 7::P P.m.
y the eminent revivalists Suyford and Tow
ner. tint Baptitt t'narci. Second atreet, north
ofAdnmi. Serviceaatll a.m. and7:.0 p.m.
All feat frco. All are invited. The Rev,
It. A. Venuble, paator. Prof. W. E. Hughea,
ff'nuw Churcli Cornur Vance and I.uuiler
daleatrceta. The Hcv. teo. I'atteraon, rec
tor. Early communion at 7:30 a.m. Morn
ing service and termon at 11a.m. Even
ing prayer and sermon at 7 :30 p.m.
Lauderdale Street Preebyterian Church,
Corner Lauderdale and Beale atreet. Ser
vices at 11 a.m. by the Rev. S. C. Cald
well, paator. Sacraanent of the Lord' Sup-
per eill oe auuiiniHiarou auei toe aeruiun,
lelepkoue ITaberlInK lor Mtampa,
At JOG Main street, ia one of the best
Btucked stores in tbe city, and its pro
prietors are among the best-posted
shoe dealers in the country. They
are always np with the new styles,
and whatever is pretty in the way of
boots and shoes can always be found
there. They understand that the
days of great profits have passed, that
competition is lively, and that goods
mast be told cheap.
Telepheae llaberllna; for t'tuur
Tain. age and Hcechcr.
Talm-ge and Beecher, the leading
pulpit orators of America, are reported
in every isaae of The bunda; Timet.
Subscription price per year, by mail,
Telepkone llaberllna; lor attampa,
Dontnl IVolire Kx?cial.
Owing to ill-health on account of
climate, I propow leaving Memphis in
a few weekB. Those who feel an in
terest in this notice stoald cnll at once
and till their engagements. Kespect
fally, j. b. WAseoN, n. i. s.,
iJl Second atreet, ove Wotaen't Exchange,
Mrs. Jones & Beavers, 227 Main
itreet, will make walking dressee, for
the next two weeka, at a very low rate.
Kemodeling and children's' dresses a
Telepheae HaberllaaT for Blotter
Hale oflloNlclu Cattle.
A public sale of 105 head of im
ported Hoistein cattle, wiil take place
on Wednesday, the 17tn inst.int.at the
Union (stock Yorks, Fort Pickering,
sale to commence at 10 o'clock a.m.
Omnibus es (free) will leave terminus
of blue cars every twenty minutes.
E. B. McHenbv, Receiver.
Telepkeae Haaerllog rerteaclla.
MEXKLV AD COBPAXT.
To-morrow we begin our great au
nual sale of ladies ami
Our former ea'Vs of underwear
have be?n remarkable ami attract
ed univereal attention. YVLa'ever
hm been done in the past will be
eclipsed by this sale. First, we have
bad all this undewear made ex
pressly for our trade, consequently
the materia'a and the making are
lolly up to the bign standard main
lained throughout our House.
Many new styles are also intro
duced. As for the prices, we are
willing that tbe public should paw
lodgment without a word trout us:
we will merely state that it is
ruouev and labor saved t) buy thia
superior class of underwear at
present prices, which are little, if
an v above the cost ol the ma'erule.
All these goods are now displayed
on ground Moor lor the conven
ience of our patrons.
Muslin Kfgbt Dresses!
At 40c, domestic gowns, trimmed,
At 85u, Hubbard gowns, embroid
erv worth SI 25.
At 75c, yoke Hubbard gowns,
van to il.
At 95c, muslin gowns, trimmed,
worth II 85.
At $1 25, tucked andTU tiled gowns,
worth $1 75.
Also 58 other itylea at equally low
At 75c, embroidered muslin che
mises, woitb l -a.
At 47c, extra corded band che
mises, worth 75c,
At 25c, heavy domestic chemises,
At 65s, pointed yoke chemises,
At 85c, square-neck chemises,
woitn si -.
At 08c, Torchon-trimmed chemises,
worth $1 50.
At 50c, box-plaited chemises.
Mutlln Skirls I
At 35c, tucked muslin skirts, worth
At Site, milled cambric skirts,
" worth 75c.
At 75c, embroidered tucked skirts,
At 99c, cambric flounced skirts,
worth SI 50.
At $1 88, Torchon-trimmed skirt',
worth S3 75.
At $1 25, lace-trimmed skirts,
worth Jl 75.
Moslla Drawer. I
At 25c, tucked and hemmed draw
ers, worth 45c.
At 55c, cambric rn filed drawers,
At 40c, hemmed and tucked draw
ers, worth oc.
At t5c, embroidered drawers,
At 75c, tucked and embroidered
drawers, worth SI.
At c, heavy embroidered draw-
era, worth f 1 60.
We abo ofler job lots of
Infante Short and Long Nllps
Cliildrea's Muslin Underwear 1
In finer underwear, embroider
ed and lace-trimmed, we show a
variety unequaled, at prices that all
will recognise as unusual good
valne. To-morrow we Introduce In
the tiime department Children's
rew uretchen Ureases and Km-
brolded Gamp Waista.
Special Clearing Bale of
At 50c and 75c, Wrappers worth
$1 25 and $1 50.
Come early and get one !
MENKEN AM) COMPANY.
Introducing this underwear sale,
we Elated that all was manufactur
ed expressly for us. That is true
of all the foregoing, but to-morrow
we shall offer our imported French
MuBlin Underwear, hand-embroid
ered and hand-made, at prices to
close it out. We tind the demand
for this class of garments growing
lees, on account ol their expense,
domestic American goods taking
their place. We have concluded to
discontinue keeping French
embroidered underwear, and to.
morrow oiler the entire stock at the
price of doineilic gunntnkl
1 57 will buy n French gown
$1 10 will buy French chemises
worth, ri 5 J.
57c will buy French chemises
worth SI 50.
$ 1 75 will buy French gowns worth
$1 37 will buy French gowns
In all, about $000 worth of
hand-made and hand-embroidered
French underwear, at not more
than fifty cent on tht dtlktr !
The Center Alile
Will be att'active, as usual, to
morrow. Another shipment at low
er prices will be opened of Oriental
I , I , vl V : , : .. .1
jjBC, uaiuuurj( j-jiuuruiuericB iiuu
Egyptian Laces. Ladies, this is a
rare oportunity to buy fine laces
and embroideries. .ou can get
the pick and choice now in all-over
llouncings and colored embroider
ies. Ten raies Sew White lirees
Goods opened to-morrow!
Opening Spring Hoods.
French. Scotch and American
ginghams will be displayed to
morrow, also f-prlng calicos, per
cales, salines and zephyrs. To
morrow will be a gala tkay in our
House. Don't miss it.
N.B. Special clearing sale in
chinawnre department. All hone
keepers' sooda marked down. Kn
elled toilet sets, 10 pieces, SI 49;
amberina cream pitchers, 9c; wa
ter buckets, 12c; scrub brushes, 6c.
To-morrow we open new patterns
in Tapestry and Body Brussels,
Smyrna Bugs and Lace Curtains.
MENKEN AND (01PAXY.
Change r Flraa aad Other latere!
las Heme Abaal Thia Cuter
One of the important changes in the.
interral arrangements cf the business
arising from the retirement of Mr. J.
A. Menken is that of the purchasing
bureau in New York, which now is
and will continue io be under the per
sonal supervision cf Mr. J. 8. Menken.
It is needless to sty anything com
mendatory of J. 8. Menken in com
munity where he is so well known for
the laTt quarter of a century. Ilia
public spirit, his enthusiastic aid cf
every enterprise and lnstitufon tend
ing to the progress and advancement
of our city has endeared him to all.
As the head of the new firm, his ex
ample and energy will inspire there
and imbue theVhole with enthusiasm,
making success as ceitiin as the com
ing day. Ilia trained experience, cul
tivated taste and thorough knowledge
of the wants of this community give
him such advantiges ai it buyer
that nothing more could be desired.
To assist Mr. Menken in buying
there are three other resident buyers
in New York, one of whom visits Eu
rope periodically. - A large number go
from the Memphis House also who
are thoroughly trained in speciit'ties.
At present four of their Memphis
buyers are in New York the clothing
buyer, the millinery buyer, tbe notion
buyer and hosiery buyer. Others
wi I follow as the season advances.
Already the House has received all
Kuropcun purchases, such ns fine laces,
s?phyrs, embroideries, white good?, ta
ble damask, etc. They also exhibit at
present the line of newly-made cotton
dress goods, such as percales, Eatines
and ginghams. We learn that al
though Menken and Company have
ceased to enter for what is known as
long-winded wholeeale trade, the
House still keeps a large stock on the
upper (bora suitable fjr planters'
trade and commission merchants,
whom they are still anxious t) please
and to whom close prices and liberal
terms will be glveu. riince Mr. J. 8,
Menken became head of the firm,
every dollar's worth of giods bought
is paid for on tbe spot, making all the
discounts that reduce so largely the
cost of goods ; therefore, the House is
in a position to give the best value
and tbe beet terms. Success attend
them, is the sincere wish of every
Memphian who takes pride in hia city
and hopes for its growth.
UEKIIElt A MKITK
ofler Monday specially
150 dcaen Ladies' Plain and Fancy
Balbriggan Hose, ti pairs for
85 do-en Plain and Fancy Bal
briggAP Hose, 0 pair for SI ?t.
85 dozen Gent' Fancy Half Hose,
6 pair for SI 35.
125 dozen Extra Fine British Hall
Hose, ti pair for SI 25.
150 doien Children's Hose, beet
valne ever shown.
25 pes Shirting Percale, 8Je.
75 pes Checked Nainsook, die.
Embroideries, Kdglngsnod Flounc
ing as cheap hi ever.
Linen Lvies and White Goods,
UEKIU.K A UKTTK.
7 Main Street.
OiufCI-M, 1114', F
fresh meats, egg, vegetables and all
articles that tlrst-class markets ire ex
pected to handle, can always bo .'otind
at Fuchs's market, 39 and 41 Jefiersua
street. He (ills orders with care and
does not sell anything except -tutelage
articles. It is the beet place in
the city for fresh meats, game and
When you want to purchase boots
and shose of beet qnsltiy and li rut-class
work, drop into the house of J. M.
Hill & Co., 338 Main street. They car
ry large stocks of all patterns, and sell
at extremely low figures, ar.d all who
visit their siere are likely to be suited.
"Juat Ucaatif'nII "
Is wLh'' the people say about the pict
ures from trie Colters Gallery. Beale
street, where Pro!. Gebhardt, tbe
skilled photographer, is doing and im
mense business and giving entire sat
isfaction. The boauty about hia busi
ness is that he does excellent work at
extremely low rates. Go and see him.
Among the pretty articles recently
received at the great furniture house
of Mitchell A liryson, opposite the
Peabody Hotel, are a lot of baby car
riages. They are of the latest patterns
and of best material. This tirm car
ries the largest aad best assorted stock
cf furniture and carpets to be found in
this portion of the country. They sell
at low rates and please till who try
Besides fine lo nines and the oldest
and beet liquors, can always be found
at George ScliillyV, West Court street.
Kverything is sold low at this place,
and everything in gjod nod substantial.
Oysters, turkey and oibef good things
sua be had at lunch or dinner. No
body's beer excels that to be had at
this popnlar const.
WntcheN, Cltx-kat, Jewela.
When you want any goods in this
line it wilt be to your interest to call
on Johnston A Wood, Main street,
near Beale. They have a fine lo, of
French and American clocks, wnen
you want watches or jewelry repaired
this is the place to send the articles.
Both the proprietors are flrst-class
jewelers and all work intrusted to
them will receive the attention of
those who know what to do with it.
To Purchasers This Week at
LAD1KS' MUSLIN UNDERWF:aR
ftlOOO WORTH OF UNDER
WEAR will b exhibited this week, which
we have lately bougl.t at a sac
rifice sale tt less than
GREAT lUKCUINSwi lherf
fered in EVERY DEPAKTMEN f.
2 cases Knight's Cambric, 12
yards for $1.
12 yartU bett Apron Gingham fjr
Checked Linen Glass Toweling,
12 yards for SI.
2 more cases of our Checked
Nainsook, 14 yards for $1.
40 inch India Linen only 10c.
2 raws English Cheviot at 10c,
Large sise Honey-Comb Towels
at SI - a dozen.
.Only 40 dcisn left of our bOe-a-dcian
13-4 Crochet Qu its at SI, well
worth St 75.
100 drxsn Boys' Percale Waists,
Indigo Blue Waists and Cheviot
Waists at 25c piece.
100 doxan Urge aiae Gingham
Aprons at 25o piece.
100 de-en large size White Lawn
Nurses' Aprons at 25c a piece.
100 dinn Children's Panties and
Aprons at 10c.
6 special lota will be put on tale
t 2o, fc. 71c. 10c, 12io. 15c. worth
double the amount, besides our
last sale this week of 8U0RT
Novelties lu Dreas Goods
Fire! Fire! Fire!
Owing to a recent fire, a portion of
our goods were slightly damaged by
water only, and wishing to dispose of
them we will ofler for one week, com
mencing to-morrow, February 15th,
the following goods at 50c on the dol
lar: 60 doan Unlaundrled Shirts (all
linen bocoma), 50c.
100 pair Ladies' Button and lce
Shoes, 50c (originally SI 60.)
10 J pair Men's Slippers for 25o
25 dossil Men's and Toy's Hats) at
50c (originally SI 60)
6000 jards Hamburg Edginirs and In
serting from 4 t) SI 75, worth
10c t3 S2 60.
1000 doxen Cotton Laces, 20c up.
600 Ladies' Hats at 10c.
And many other notions to nnmir
ous to rntion will be on sale at nt
tonishlnir low prices at
OITKNHIMrlK k Hl'HW AHT.'S.
364 and 3(o Main street
Hoineol lbs best offerings ever made
In this city.
New Hamburg Edging in while,
cream and colored.
Edging 2) inches wide, 5c
Edging 6 Inches wide, 10c.
Edging 7 Inches wide, loe.
Edging 10 inches wide, 25.
Our sale last week was the larjr
ett ever known in this depart
ment. Every one says we have the
prettiest and cheapest Linen Laces
(n town. Look at them before
100 pieces (heck Nainsook Shere,
nice ajnahty, t)e.
All Remnants Wit of Imported
checked muslin will be closed out
300 Act. Linen Tewels, 30 inches
100 dos. checked Linen Napkins,
100 doz.'extra large red and blne
bordered Doyle Napkins at SI per
lease cf etra heavy Crochet
Oailta at 95c. P!d everywhere at
3 casus of 4-4 Bleached Mnslin,
soft linish, 7jc
2 cases of beet Shirting Calico, 6c.
LADIES' Ml'SLIN UNDERWEAR
Our new stock has arrived and Is
now ready for inspection, and in
order to insure large and quick
sales, will sell them at a small ad
vance on tnanulactnrer'a cost.
4 cam-s cf gray and brown Ie
beige dress goods for early spring
wear, 1 lc. Hold everywhere at 15c.
We will ofler four big drives this
week in Hosiery.
ICO dor., shallot's balbriggan In
dies' Ho-te, doable feet and heels,
at 25c. Never were told for lefts
than 50c In this city.
100 tloi. Gents' striped British
Half-boee, double heels and toes,
100 do.. Children's fancy ribbed
Hose, sixes 5 to 8, af.'.Jc.
For the balance of the season we
will sell aM ol our Winter Goods at
33.4 per cent, lees than Kit tern
cost. No goo Is will be carried
over for neit season.
lU'eoher " SermoiiH.
The sermons of Henry Ward Beech
er have been copyrighted, and TVtf
Aundiiy Timet has secured the privi
lege of publishing them in Memphis.
The price ol Tlu Timet is SI 60 per
year by rhaiL
A Great llepntatlou
Has been established by the Peabody
Hotel. It is prominent as the best
kept hotel in the South. Travelers
from all parts of the country are giv
ing it great p raise for elegant fare and
polite attention. The proprietors are
men who know how to keep hotel,
and they are doing an extensive busi
ness and pleasing all of the immense
number ol guests.
It. LO WES STEI.I DUOS.
A Col una el Decided Bargains
That Should Attiact
The Attentlea ef Every Out
WITHOUT COMMENT, .
We Reepectfoiy Ask Ton t Note
Our Prices. They Hpeak
The great "Bella Slk," cash
mere finish, black groa grain, fall
22 inches wide, at 87 a yard;
aortn more than double the
Black Silk-Feced Trtmm!n
Velvet at 65c yard : lormerly reld
at SI 25.
27-lnch Black KUk-Faced Suit
ing Velvtt at SI 671 yard: same
goda considered cheap at $3.
Fancy Ocl.ired and Evening
Brocade Kilks all reduced to tees
than one-third their original valne.
22 Inch Extra Heavy Black
Patin Duchess at f I and SI 35 a
yard; fully worth S2 and S3 60, (All
pure silk an wear guaranteed.)
Tbe remainder of abert lengths
Rlack and Colored Hilts, Hatfns aad
Velvets offered at greater reeWto-
tions than ever.
Ask to see the new Black Roy
als, splendid wearing goods, very
latett wraves, not tehad elsewhere
in the city.
Oar laee Department
Represents new fresh goods, ell
the standard and late lace novel
ties, our own direct Important Ions,
at correct prioea.
2-inch at 5e a yard.
3 inch at 8c and 10c yard.
4-inch at 12 jo aad ISo ft yard.
6-inch at 16o and 30s a yard,
tl-lncb at 30j a yard.
Domest los I Desaeatirs !
Two cases extra heavy le-4
Bleached Sheeting, 3"ia per yard.
Three cases fine, soft South 4-4
Bleached Dome, he at 7 is yard.
One ease floe, soft aVnlaa 33-
Inch Catabria) at p4 per yareL
Three eases 4-4 Eleaahe) Long
Cloth at 3e p yarA PWees f.
Two cases 5-4 toe Bleached
PiUow-Oaing at 131a per yaiaL
Two eases 10-4 floe Brown
Sheeting, In short Ir-athe, at 17.s
KmbroUterj Drpartiaeart I
Onr entire Importation st Fine
Hamburg Embroideries will be
opened on Monday morning.
Prices will be found mnah lewer
than last Mason.- To give yea an
idea of tbe splendid valaes, we
(-inch Hamburg Ftmbroiderlee 3ys
, and 1-inch Hamburg Bnbreider-
ies 6c per yard.
1 and lj-incb Hamburg Btrabrold-
eries 7o per yard.
1 and 2-inch Hamburg Embroider
ies 10c per ysrd.
2 and 3-inch Hamburg Embroid
eries I5c per yard.
45-inch Mull tSkirt Flouncing $1
Cellars and Cult I
50 dcisn seta Colored and Striped
Collars and UulH, 10c per set.
Figured French Matrons I
J tut arrived Our first iinporti-l
tioa ol Figured -Tench Sateens.
The deaigns and eo.'orlngs r.re en
tirely new. We have marked
them at low prices.
10.000 yards ol fine 4-4 Shirllna
Perrales, lor boys' shirt waista,
manufactured for os exclusively.
These are really very choice goode,
and by far tbe most complete line
of pretty and nobby ileisigne ever
shown in the city.
9J. niwaa lAincv PMitniinM mvLI
formerly at 20c a yard. We offer
them now at 10c a yard.
Hosiery Depart neat I
Net wishing to carry over any
Cashmere or Merino gcods in this
stock, we submit Uie lowest poesi
tie prices to dose:
.1 . t .n Uan'a liannlne T!rv-
glish Merino lUlf-Hoee, full regn-lar-niade,
at 2.rtc a pair; former
15 dcaen Men's Genuaue En
glish Cashmere Hall-Hose at 36 a
pair or three pair lor Si; former
price, 65e a pair.
B. LO WEWSTEI JV A nBOS.
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