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MF.MPITIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, FCTRPAUY 21, 1S8K-
CROSBY'S MAMMOTH DIME HDSEDH
Ba. tM BIAIW RTBEEI. ETaPB.IB.
Crosby- Solo Prowriotor.
The Sensation, Tar Excellence, of the Season.
riJ' - ' - 1 1 n.. i-l r t ni i
11 - TATTOOED PEOPLE 11
TOE tlBBCK TATFOOKD PIB1TK CAPTAISf.
" Tt ii, it is a gloricui thing,
Ti ba a Pirat Kiog."
3VEiSEJ Bessie Louis !
The Moat Beanltftil Tattoo la the World.
MR. AID MBS. LEWIKAND HON.
MISS MISSIE IXORR, the Italian Tattooed Lady.
COL. OKHAN RAKKOW, the Ruisian victim of Barbaric Decoration,
f RANK and AHNIB HOWARD, P. E BEBtlE.
CAr r. BEN DEB, ths Molt Eiport Tattooor in tha World.
IN THE BIJOU THEATER,
A WEEK OF MIRTH AiD MUSIC !
or Quo X3ixn.o To AH.Ti
HOllNDS-rrom tornr Karr ayenua and
M. and T. R. R., two hnund-onTed,
with while under throat and breast, blind in
one eya; the other blue apock ed. I0 re
ward for rotorn of the doga or for mforrna
tiun loading to their rteoye'T.VfjTt rnuplad
together wten loit. R. II. w KAVrirv,
cnreC H Uracke't. Second it. ..
mil ADVANCE MONKY-On houaehold
L nronarty. without remoyal. A(idre
P. 0. Bu !.
HRkVANT Kor imall family.
well reoemmended. at 17 ialhot atreet.
OCCUPANTS For an elegantly-furniahed
front room, with amall r-pm connect-
lnir. in 11
,rlvale lamiiy, oonTenieui vi "-
km. Aaoreie A
B. u.. letter-carrier no.ii.
PERSONS daniroui of a monthly incowe:
do interlerenoa with buainew. Addreii
PURITAN 00., Box 405, St. Louii, Mo.
yn A STATION M BN And f 0 teamatera,
fjUU to work on Uvea at Irian Point.
APT,AVl!bli! Pn" FIB t CO., 304 Front .t.
SITUATION-Ai manager of cotton plan
tation; ton years' iuco aalul manager;
aingle man' beat of relerenee. Addreaa
M AN A0KR. eare latter-oarr.er No. T.
WHITK GIRLS Age 12 to 15. Apply at
Woman ! Exchange Monday mornii g
PARTY AT ONCK-For ilowint; mult
bring oatnt. McLemore and Trigg avo.
TtUATION A aaaant book keeper,
hipping or receiving clerk, or gome poai
tioa in a wholoaale hoaae, by a young man
willing towerki beatel referenoe. Addresi
X. y.. care Ictter-carrior No. 2.
JITUATI0N-A manaaor of a itoek or
k7 cotton farm-; twenty yeara' exrerienoe;
ali? factory rolerence. Addrea- 11., care
lito Stock-Yard and Farlilir.er Co., corner
McLomoro avonue and Horn Lake roiid.
A GENTS Per the beat artiole oyer pra
il dnoed; coaily outfit free: no peddling
and no money required until aalei tiro made
and goods delivered. Kor particular! and
terma audreaa N. 31. rrieaman x co., mar
BTUDKNT8 To learn telegranhy nt Tele
gm ph School. 'corner Mnin and Poplar atr.
WIltTS WOMAN-To cook for a amall
family! alan, aGlRL. twelve or four
teen yeara old, to he'p in a grocery atoro.
Apply at eurnarof Calhoun atreet and Mia
HIHHKST eah pr'coa paid for old and new
KEATUKRS. J. B. SMITH, 448 Main.
ItVERYBODY To call and eee the cele
ll brateJ (lypsy Clulrvoyant, at 177 Third
at reet. near Poplar.
MEN Two reaponaible men to solicit or
ders; will y experienced men tl to ti
day; new men . to $S a day. American
Artiats' Aaaociation, 21 Weat Court street.
PARTN KR-With : capital, to take an
iatere t in a well established paying
boaineaa an energetic, level-headed young
man preferred. Addreas P.. Appeal oBi"e.
I'ADY-AHENTS For Mri. Campbell'!
i New "Tilter" a Tiller, Bustle, Hoop
akirt and Undorsklrt combined. Hoops can
he removed nod skirt laundrird. Adjusta
ble to any siM. Ve.-y farhionable, and sella
for 12 to every well-dreaaed lady as toon aa
ahown. Arenta double their money. Also,
a full line of new furnirhing goods for ladies
mid ohildron. Addresi, with Btnmn,
K. H. CAMPBELL 4 CO ,
414 Weat Randolph at., Chicago, 111
TjEATHKRS Ten thousand rounds, old
J? or new, by SAMUEL (IARAY, Agent
and Commission Merchant, 409 bbelby at.
bend tor price-hat.
T ADY AG ENTH Actually clear $10 daily
XJ with roy wonderful New Patent Rubber
I nd rgaruient for females. One lady sold 50
first two hours. M RS. O. LITTLE,
Lock-box 441, Chicago. PI.
AN ACTIVE MAN (Ore out of employ
ment) to beein on moderate salttry and
work himself np, repreacnting, in hi own
locality, an old aatabliihed house. Referen
ce exchanged. AM. MANUPAC1URINU
HOUSE, 14 Barclay street, N. Y.
UETs In every lection of tha country
for two New Rooks, lust ready. Spkcial
Taauatn men ef exmrienoe capable of fill
ing a large territory. State etperience, age
nl trritn.v w.nterl CAKSKLL A CO.
limited). 22 Broadway, N. Y.. and 40 Dear
born street, Chicago.
SALESMEN la everv State In the o- ion
to represent a PAINT M ANUFACTUR
INO ESTABLISHMENT having several
BrxoiAi.TiKH thatare popular and easy fell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connects n
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRICE MANUFti. CO., BALTIMORE. MI).
TRAVELING and Ci Salesmen, regu
larly employed by wholesale houses, to
carry one-half ounce sample (on commis
sion) of new article in use in all buaineai
house. No samples will be sent nnleas ap
plicant 'ends card of bouse reora'ented by
him. H. W. Suvens, 365 North Clark St.,
-4 Aan MEN Young and old, to bring
1 UUU their Old Clothes to KoMnatein k
Bro. and have then ranovaud. IMd Main
and 16 Jffersa.
f " T
FOK HALK OK KENT.
TjARMS Bereral line farm! in Arkanaai
V and Miaiiaaippi on Tory eaiy term! and
.1. M AKTTN, MempMa, Tenn.
r WHITB rnWH flna
ith rope around
Zi heBd. r reward for thfir return to R.
B. BARTON, near Curve, llerrando roal.
TIROWN MARK MULE About ten naeri
l old: longhair. Strayed on night of !
eembf r iMh, from Benjeitovrn.
arrl tor Her return to w m
MR. DUtlKN The blackimlth, is wanted
immediately by O.H. Parson, 17 i ront.
rirai-oiaa wneeiwriguwauu moiuiw.
ihoer wanted. .
MB. TRE.KVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, Marina andOomineroial Notary
D..l.ii r.HMiiwitf nf ftneda and U. S.
Commiaiioner. at the old office. No. S.Madi
son atreet. COLLECTIONS A bPKCIALTY.
Aly0NB Wiahlng the lervlcei of Topp't
Band ahould apply at 74 V ANCK KT.
BOOMS AJil BOAKD.
SUH00LB0Y-0r youth otheraiie.en
raimd. ca find a pleacant home in a
S , ca-e Appeal.
X good board, at 140 Madiaon ftreet.
J nished, with or without
Iquaroa lrom (layoao, 4.'VI rjhol y
TDOoM Desirable furnlahed room, with
X board, at7H Mndiaon etre t.
r 00D ROOMS-Wlth board; day boarder!
VT aooommodBtedi traneienta alio
cliited, at 306 Second ttrai t.
BOARD-With excellent room,
121 ADAMS rjTRKET.
Pf NICE Rooma, furniahed or nnfurniahod,
tl with or without board, nt i;w wauiaon ai
mW(l l&rve unfnrnisbed rooms, with or
L wltheut board, at tit Madison street, cor
TcjT. JAMES HOUSB-Cor. Seonnd and Ad
O amiiU, Room and board 15 per week;
dav board. 3 n.
IN inirs. etc.. good neighborhood. Part
TTnrl CrifTlCU Hiw mnmrn. ml t.hll ll ft
oaah, balance on time, un ravea sireoir
AflflrnSS 11. n.,i-rin'l'0'"
I0MPLETB OUTFIT For housekeeidng
. f : l ai U Mm i it.
IQT HlnftU 111 11111 y I VUVny, OS, "V .aa.-n.J-a. -
C!ALO0N AND KATING-IIUUBB - nun
O h.d-r.iim and kitchen furniture. Apply
t JACOB ST'lKj, l'.w Minn sr.
r yT X' - qi L..n, .iiorllvialon. If
JLi iiuire o'orner Adams and Second st.
5r?r fff BONDS FOR SALE Th'a
S)')JSJJJ Bank will sell at ruuiuu
AUCTION, to the highest bidder, for cash,
....,ha.j eorner of Main and Madison
streets, on Wednesday, March 1U. IH8C , i at 12
m., a" many ot M'.OOO pioneer Mill Mort
gaae Bondi and past-due Coupons as may ba
neoessary to psy tne debt lor wnicu vooy are
rl'dged. These Bonds are due Novcnberl,
IWM.and are in uenominatiom of HJ0 and
aiisai. and have aatni-annual coupoua ai
tached, at tho rate of tl per cent, per annum
UNION AND PLANTERS BANK.
aUlNQLES-(:YPRESb)-fl 50 and 12 25
" K. M. HARRISON. 21 18 Front at.
I'PUIGUT PlAO BOES Just the
thing lor col or ieei I exes.
O K. 110UCK 4 CO.. :tw Mn'n at.
TAOh At F. A.Jones A Co.
street, one black Jack, five yean old, and
a goed one. .
"VT"NKWPORT N E'WS. VA.-1II00 lou, ,500
A feet water fro t, it fret deep. For full
imormation address M. A. UriAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore. Md.
Z)K HEAD MULES AND 1IOKSKS- For
JltJ cash, or payable September lo, IS),
with god.curUy.M pATTf.R1)()N , COj
A BARGAIN- VILLA KDKN FKIllT
A. AND VEGETABLE FARM-On New
Raleigh P ke, !S miles from Brick Church,
Chelsea; 9 acres No. 1 land, house 0 rooms,
servants' houtea, stables, barns, cribs, dairy
bouae, well and cistern; also, Jn) bushels
corn, bay and fodder, seed potatooa, turnips,
aaparagus beds, hot feeds and saah, agricul
tural implements, household and kitchen
furnltare, cows, calves, horses, mules,
wagons and harness. Apply on P"1"'?;
T TORSE A sale
reliable lamiiy buggy
I known to the citiaens
XI hoiae one well known to
Apply at the livery stable of
Tl . . 1 1 l V I ' i ' 1
r. a. junr.j ck
UK OLD HEN ISLAND In sight of
Memphis: I'M) acres, of which about 300
cleared and very rich land. A bargain can
ba secured by application to
C. B. BRYAN CO.
1Mtaas STATB CERTIFICATES
I Ka aaiv"ia "v and all Hues to tba
OVERTON A GROtiYttNQa.
Jo. Baoois Manager
Tare Ki.hU nod teturder Katinee,
lleglnntng Honda,, February d,
Th Diltingu'shed Ae'rcn
(TUB COUNTESS ARCO)
la Serdou' dreatest Play,
Entirted eytb Orisinal Madison Squar
Theter Cut. who larticipetad in tn rail
of loS Nights in that theat.r, N. 1 1 . f-itv.
Jharsdav, KfiiUr and Saturday, February
ANNIK PIXLKY. in "M'Llfcd."
Monday. Mare" 1-J AN I'SHl EK.
W will, on Monday roornlac. Feb.
rurr M, at 11) o'clock, Mil at auction
the atock of Cigars, Tobacco. Pipof. ete.t
also all th Fixture!, luch as Counter, Show
cases, Looking Glass, Cigar Laap, Bcalea.
to., contained in tha Cigar Stir at No. S39
Main street, KOBI SSO I 6ECII ES,
SETTER-A Hack and white setter jog,
with brown head. A liberal reward for
hia return totVi St. Mtrtin street.
HORSE-Tnasday, February It), isw. oaa
bay bone. Owner can have same by
paying charges and proving property,
j AS. M0NAII 4N, Poplar st. Boulevard.
F the party who has in his po session a
CHILD'S BRACK lor the body, which was
handed him on the corner of Vanca and Main
streets, will return it to hM Mala atreet, he
ill be htiera'lv row. man.
FOR SALE OK EXCHANHE.
Kl RS. GRAHAM WUaWa- or
i.X 1 2"i acres, 60 aorei eiearea, gooa aaoiua .
renu for 1250 per year: five miles lrom Mem
phis, on M.and U. It. tl., near n niu)niiiop
will exchange for good properly in naen
yille.. Address , . .
llUliltANU A lSAtVlir.l 1, Aisi'w,
94 Union stieot, Nashville, lentl
IPOR City Property, 8 small Farms, r miles
I irom oitv. Old Raleigh road; will sail on
long time. Addreas P. K., SI Madison It
C1OTTA0E3 Several neat cottases.
J ply to A. Cordes. 17 Talbot stieet.
TnnMS Nwm.1v furnished or unturntsnea
J V front rooms for light housekeeping at
20 L nden street.
QTORE AND RKSlDKnt IS AI wionu s
1 Station, tiftoep miles lrom Memphis, on
the L. and N. R. H , a store and neat resi
dence. Address . ...
tUiUUAU tlnuiuji, uonus,ieiiu:
CIOTTAGK-With three rooms at StfOPop
J lar street. A nily at ailfl Poplar street.
ii(it Vnrnlshed room for two. in pri
k vate family, to good tenant, inquire
at this office.
f COTTAGE Threo roomi, cistern, at 2.r7
VGorgi itreot. Arpiy nexirouin.
r inriM TiealrfLhle furniahed room, con
1 venlent to business, in South Memphis;
private fam ly; relerenee. Aaqresa c.Appea
1RICK HOUSE With eight rooms, on
l corner of Sixth and Mill streets.
h. D. GRANT, 164 Mill st.
C10T TAGE-No. 414 Lau lerdale, 7 rooms
J in good repair, good oistern ; tS per
Uiontn. Apply IP no..wl maio airuei.
T7IURNI8UED Roomi for gonts and light
X' housekeeping, at llo uonrt itrcet.
STORY I rick Residence, 8.
Second and Kxchan,
ive ats. : i
repair ;eight rooms.
A prly on premises.
1LANTATION Containing 400 acres of
XT oleired land in Arkansas, opposite
Randolph, Tenn. Will lease on extremely
lowterms. Apply to, J. w. llAXt;,
c root inos. n. Aiion a.o.
street road. P.
miles out Poplar
K., .12 Mudlson St.
I, i ivuujno nu auiio, ui
front. Apply at No,
Lea Block, third floor
4 Madison at.
lAkSIHAI.I.K OFFICES Store-room un
I 3 Amr Tuiiuu. niuh on South Court St..
and four offices on Second street opposite the
Cotton Kxohange. Api.iyjw
H. JJ. BIiuauMi or
J. L. GOODLOE, 38 Madison st
will exhibit this week the latest
NOYEL1IEM IN DRESS GOODS.
Diagonal Novelties, latest ahadee,
All-Shade Albatioj from 15c to
Satin Berber, all colors, at 25c.
Combination Suitings, 38-inch
wide, at 40j.
100 pea tiray Debege told every
where for 15c at 10c.
All shade, of Hatins, just re
ceived, at 35c s yard.
Brocaded Bilks, latest ahadeR, at
BLACK GOODS DEPARTMENT.
Fall line of Novelties in Black
Goods, Henriettas, Satin Berber,
Serge, Cachmere, Albatror, Veiling,
' Drap D'Alma.
200 pes colored Cheese Cloth,
latest fcbfdcs, at 7 jo a' yard.
20 pea Tricot, beat quality, 54
inch, at only 75c.
100 pes Clash Toweling at 5c a
Two more cases of otir Checked
Mufilin at 14 yards for SI.
Our 40-inch India Linen at 10c
can't be beat.
Two cases new Drees Ginghams
on sale Monday.
25 pes Brown Apron Linen this
week at 12o a yard.
25 pea Indigo Blue Shirting at
12Jc, worth 20c.
New Patterns of Turkey Bed
Only 50 of our lurge-sizs
Crochet Quilts left at 1.
SPECIAL ! SPECIAL t
25 rolls 2-ply Carpet at 17Jc,
worth 40c ; 20 rolls wool Carpet at
(.5c, worth 75s; 25 lolls Brussels
Carpet at 45c; 20 rolls Brus
sels Carpet at 70c, worth $1;
40 rolls Floor Oil Cloth at 35c;
50 rolls Table Oil Cloth, fancy
ma.ble, etc., at 25c. New Shelf
Oil Cloth at 10c.
New Goods Arriving Daily at
(iOLDSMirU'S, 848 Main Street.
Tid weirs Now Shoe Store,
A t 200 Main street, is a place where
all can lind comething pleaeing in the
way of boots and shoes. The stock is
new, of excellent quality, and for sale
cheap. All who wish anything in his
line can be accommodated by Tidwell,
who is determined to handle the best
goods in greatest variety.
HantlHonie, Cheap, Durable.
The stock cf boots and sho?s now
on hand at the popular bonse of J. M.
Hill A Co., corner of Main and Union
streets, may be,safely set down as one
of the most complete ever bronnht to
Memphis. The attaches of the bouse
are experienced and attentive, and en
deavor to supply correct fit?. It is one
of the reliable houses. Call there
when you want boots and shoes.
Uaberllaf log FHsar
MENKES AND COMPANY.
Special exhibition to-morrow of
Carpets and Cnituius!
Thrse who contemplate moving
or rtf jrnishing their homes eta
cow have the alrantsKv of the
newest desigci and !inndf.omett
Wiltons, TflveU.Tapealrle I
Body BraeMlaaI Iacralaa!
Many of the patterns are exclusive,
confined to oor House, and cannot
be had elsewhere. Whatever is
new, desiiable and elegant in
rartalssa, Porllrra an
Will be found on exhibition
S hella. Tareanaan and Baw Bilk
Of our own importation. Yon will
be pleased at the appearance cf
onr magnificent Carpet Department
as now arranged. Well lighted,
spacious and elegantly fitted np,
it is undoubtedly the most inviting
and most commodious in the
country. We otl'er to-morrow a
special drive in
Mew Nmyraa Baa aad HolllDar.
Ladies, tome and price them. You
will be surprised and pleased.
It in not only a daily but an
honrly occurrence with as now to
receive spring novelties. Monday
(to-morrow) we show new ttnd
Karlasr Velvet Kovellleal
Nprlatt Drew Fabric!
Bprlnat Scotch Kepbyral
prtnsj Pari Ralaca!
Rprlasr Embroidered Bobcat
jprlna Percale aad Ulugbani t
Also our first importation of
Beaded Paaaarue nlHrle
Beaded Dreaa frontal
The very hight of fashion now.
Dressmaking at reduced prices
for this week only.
To-morrow also we have a special
sale of Une laces and em
Flounclngg mid All-Overs
At 60c and 75o a yard well worth
your attention. Last week we
had nu immense sale cf Ladies'
but some of oar bent numbers in
chemises and gowns only arrived
on Saturday last. They will be of
fered to-morrow at reduced prices,
bavins arrived too late for the
great annnal sale. Balance of our
Is marked at prices to sell. Look
LADIES OF TASTE
The Coltl rated of Both Ncx.gl
Vo-morrow we inaugurate a grand
clearing sale ol all our
Preach Blaqna Pfgnrea I
Haadaome Parlor Lamps t
rraavb Barbie Clock I
Hnagarlaa Vaaea aad Kpeclraea!
Dreaden Npecliuea aud Vra t
Bronaeaad Brnaa Oraansenla!
All in all, the finest aad most
decant collection of high art goods
ever oflered outside of JSew York.
Prices are put on these goods to
sell them. Every article in the
lot would sell for twice and three
times the price in any large city in
the world. This statement is not
made for effect, but as a matter ot
fact. Choice goods of this kind find
ready sale at their trne value in
almost every other city in the
world, and here we in Memphis
are anxious to sell them at half,
yes, less than half
The Actual Value)
Read the prices, but by all
means attend this sale of
Ulgh Art Goods!
Over $10,000 woith marked so as to
bring as f 3000 only. Decorate yeur
homes, and have something that
ill pleaE" the eye whenever you
look at it.
At $9 60, French
At $5, Bronisjs and figures worth
At $5 50, Painted parlor lamps
worth $10 60.
At $39, French clocks, bronze or
naments, worth $100.
At $15. French marble clocks
At $8 50, Hungarian specimens
At $5, Cttndelabras worth $15.
At $3 75. Bisane fluures worth $10,
At $43. Candelabras and clocks
At $18 60. Florence vases worth
At fl. Choice of 100 figures, each
woith $5, and 1000 other sim
ilar articles nt equally low
W truet all will avail them
selves of this rare and unparalleled
opportunity to get eleiiant, orna
mental and useful goods at these
rilnrei! Brief. If not sold on
Monday and Tuesday ihey will be
marked again at their real vaiue.
N. ft h' Qatar's oenuine French
Kid Gloves, in spring shades, just
received. We are sole agents in
Memphis fcr Foster's genuine
olnvna. Nona senuine unless
stamped "Foster" on inside in fac
simile ol signature.
IW1IIT BO YOU lViNIT
And Where Xut Yds Get It T
ni vrEic intos.
Sx'i'iiil luirjjainsi otlcrvil tW vk
nil tliroiiirh mir hou-.
20iloz. Minnow' Jrnvvf .ct.-, all
onliini and Matt, tuily ,r
40 duz. l-adiox' Bin" rnoyn.-W.
25 ilz. IjiditV briniant Ynrti
JorKoyH, oxtvllciit qtiulity, for $1.
All tho nowret novoln'in in ,lor
Hoya jtiit nvoivod.
Wo liavo loft on liand nlxmt 100
pairx of litco t'urtaiiix, nliglitly
Moiled, which wo will clour out to
morniw at half tlioir forntor prioo.
Coiiio ami tMH" thorn. Tlioy will bo
dinplayoil on tho second llmir. Will
Hell tlioin nt a roiit barptin.
Ilaadkerehlefs 1 Handkerchlefa I
500 iIiik. Ijuliott' niidiiotitlcinoltV
Hemstitched HamlkorcliiofH, wliito
tmtl ciiliirod bonlorn, hliglitly iui-jM-rfii't,
catiKO'l from tho weaving.
Unlio-' llcniKlilclicd llamlir
fhicfrJ Sjc, wort h 20c.
IjuHoh' lloiiihtitcliod llandUcr
chicl'it Uh', worth 2.rM'.
IjkUi'h' Hcinxtitchcil llitmlkcr
cliicfH l2jo, worth IlOc.
Ijulicn lino Linen Caiiibrie
llamlkcrchiefH 25c, worth M)c.
(icntlomou'ri Unon llaudkor
ohiefs t5o, worth 30c.
(iontlouion'et Linen llanilkcr
chiefn 20o, worth ;5c.
Laces ani Embroideries.
Thiri tlctutrtmcnl i.4 onwilol
every day. Wo tin show ing nil ele
gant lino, HiHt'iiilly elioap. It, w ill
pay ymi to look.
For hhirlN and lioys' wiiistH. Tho
best 33-inch IVrculoH UJo.
The finest 30-ineh I'orcaloH, boati
tifnl patterns, 121c Sold every
wliore for 15c.
Now Spring (iiuhauH will Imi
Big drive this week in 1-4
Bleached Muslin, 4-4 Sea Island
Domestic, !M ami 10-4 Bleached
unit Brown Shooting.
Table Damasks and Towels.
Wo sell pure madder colors in
red Damask ,t() ineheswido,for47Jo.
Dress Good I Dress Goods
All DrcsMtioods marked at prices
to guarantee immediate salo, mi as
maki! room for Spring goods.
Wo have about 50 doz. Dnlaun-
dried Shirbi left, nil odd lots, and
l'ihhIs wo sold at oc, Km: and t
Wo will eloso thorn out this week
Who conducts the Cottage Gallery,
Beale street, is an artist of extensive
experience, who has been successful
in making good photographs at very
low prices. He is receiving a very
large patronage, and is prepared for a
great deal more.
Ar matrons; Furuitnre C o.
At their warerooms at 272 Second
street, opposite Couit Square, can be
found the finest line of parlor goods,
bed-room sett, and all kinds of furni
ture, and their stock of baby buggies
is excellent. Their prices are reason
able and people will do well to call and
examine their stock before purchas
ing. Their factory at Evansville en
ables them to compete with any fur
niture dealer in the country.
From all parts of the country, after
stopping in Memphis, go away with
the corret t impression that the Pea-
body is one o! the beet kept hotels :n
America, me laoie is enppiieu in a
manner that gives it rank with the
largest aud most elegsnt establish
ments cf the country. Its location Is
most convenient for those who have
business to transact in the city. Close
attention is given to the guests, and
the popularity of the house is growing
CJF.KIIEIt A METTK
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Boys' Shiit Waists!
Boys' Shirt Waists!
50 dozen Calico Waists at 25c.
25 dozen Cheviots at 331c. N
50 dozen Percules at 55c.
These goods cannot be duplicated.
In Addition i
35 douen Ladies' Linen Collars at
10c; regular price, 25c.
20 dozen Gents' Percale Shirts,
open fronts, with collars, $1;
sold everywhere at $1 50.
60 dozen Gents Unlaundried Shirts
at 60c; cheap at 75c
Ladles wishicg choice patterns
better call early.
UEUIIFR A 91 KITE,
207 Main Street.
Dr. Hunter's Departure.
Dr. Hnntets visit is drawing to a
close and those who desire to consult
him should do to at once. He is net
only the highest degreed man in his
profession in the United States, but
alanoneof the most experienced and
eminent specialists that has ever visit
ed this country, and those wbo reoaire
the services cf such a physician
should not low this opportunity.
GROCERIES A Nil COTTO".
Tle Way Bnalaeu I 1 onslaefed by
JJ. Uavlv e Co., Bio. St aad
331 Frenl fit reet.
This in one of tS largo mtablish
mmtg that deals for cofih. It has been
in the wholesale) grocery and cotton
factorage cosiness for many years,
and has always ranked with tha lead
ing, enterprising linns. With aa im
mense capita', handled by gentlemen
of experience and capacity, nnd mak
ing no bad debts, this linn can sell
groceries at a little lower prices than
tbose who take great rinks and charge
accordingly. Thoee in charge ol the
grocery department have made a
close) study of the wants of retail
dealers, and come aa near supplying
their wants as any house in town.
As cotton fetOra, they possess the
fullest facilities for handling the sta
ple for all it is worth. With their
own warehouse, in charge of careful
and intelligent men, they caa keep
cotton in the bett shape, and place it
before the buyer in the moet desira
ble condition. It is one cf the big in
stitutions of Memphis, and will give
satisfaction to all customers.
BOOTS AM) SHOES.
Tba lmraenae Block at Aaller Broa.
t ., iitll Mala Nlreel.
There is no bouse in the city that
tries harder ti supply the wants of the
community in boots and shoos than
that of Ader Bros. & Co. They have
had great experience, have a large
store in which to exhibit goods, aud
are prompt t3 introduce wha'ever is
new and pretty. Their present stock
embraces as many varieties of pretty
styles as can be found anywhere, in
cluding a full line of athlete shoes
and other novelties. They sell cheap,
and are in every way a strong, relia
TO EC. EM at CO.,
271 MAIN STREET,
Are always up with the times.
$5 Fine CaU Kid Shoes for Gents
Are the best ever produced
for the price.
James Means's $3 Shoes
Always give I a' isf action.
Our ii Ladles' Kid Button Shoes
Our own make of work is sec
ond to none. Always reliable.
By (he Breaklasr Away or a Coal
A fleet of coal boats, some ten or
twelve in number, broke away from
its moorings at the mouth of Wolf
river about 10 o'clock yesterday morn
ing. The tugs O'Connor and Jones
and the government steamer Graham
landed some of the barges, but nearly
all of them were in a damaged condi
tion. The boats belonged to C. B.
Bryan A Co., and the damage will
roach about $HO0O.
COUPES FOR THE THEATRE.
Messrs. W. E. Edwards A Bio . de
termined to keep np with the times,
have brought on a number of elegant
coupes and coupe landaus, which can
be had for engagements for the the
ater, parties, balls, etc., at reduced
rates. Telephone No. !!, and receive
prompt attention at all hoars.
Telephon Haberllnc for Bag
HAIIV A F11EI11EKG.
109, 171 and 173 Main street.
Extraordinary Bargains in all
lines this week.
IRISH LINENS. IRISH LINENS.
Irish linen 22o worth 30c; Irish
linen 35c worth 60c: Irish linen
40c worth BOc; 38-inoli wide cam
bric 7Jc; blk cashmere 35o worth
50o; blk cashmere. 40c worth 00c;
blk cashmere 60c worth 75c; blk
cashmere 75a worth $1 ; blk cash
mere H5c worth $1 25.
Ladies, do yon want line buttons
lor your dresses. Cull on Kahn &
Freiberg, as we sell Dress Buttons
nt half price. A line line of Dress
Goods 15c woith 25; silk and wool
dress goods, pin checks, 25o worth
40c. Lonk at our brocade silk, 00c
worth $150. Silk gaiter web 20c
VELVETS. VELVETS. VELVETS
Brocado velvets, silk faced, $1
worth $1 60; plain colored, silk
fitted, $1. Look at our extra long
chamois gloves. 45c ; our Balbrlg
gan hose, 6 pr for $1. We are sole
agents for navy blue ginghams,
checked and striped, that do not
fade, and embroidery to match, to
make spring dresses and aprons for
misses and children.
Shoes and clothing from late
bankrupt sales, as our Eastern
buyer never misses a day that he
does not send us bargains, and we
have less expense and can sell
goods cheaper than any other firm
in the city.
KAII. & FIIEIIIEKU,
Corner Mala and Poplar Nt.
Haberllaar for Blotter
Furniture and CarpetM.
When von suonlv vour house en
deavor to do so with articles that will
retain their bright appearance and last
for many years. Mitchell A Bryson,
305 Main street, have had an extensive
exDsrience with fnrniture and carpets.
Whalsver they put in stock can be re
lied on. They sell at low prices and
Telephone Mberllnr for pttcndla.
Ottenheliuer A Nehwartx.
We will on tmorrow, Monday, the
23d, offer the remainder of our stock
of embtoideries, laces, etc., at 25c on
$1, the tame being slightly damaged
by water only. In addition to this we
will sell the bett brands of light and
and dark calicoes at 6c. 30-inch linen
lawn at 5c, worth lO.i; 40-inch linen
lawn at 0c, woith 12io; 30-Inch all
linen towels-15c, worth 25c. Will sell
best brand ginghams At 6c ; 100 dozen
jersey jackets 40c, worth $1; bett un-
1 .1 1 i:nn .Y, t . ... Ell
IUUUUI1CU nunu . uuouui duuh uw,
worth $1; best unlaundried pleated
bosom shirts 75c, worth $1 25 ; chil
dren's spring cashmere suits $2, worth
$4 60; boys' and men's bats at BOc,
worth 1 eents ties, ido at
OTTE.NUEI.MKR k SCHWARTZ,
364 and Mi Main sine I,
Telephon llaaerllasr far Stamp.
n-LOWEASTEl.t & IlitO.V
Dry tiovda IttilU'liu.
Wo. wish to cmplntMiiifi tlic-su:-
rioritv of our facilities over
other houses in tho ttrohtuiig of
goodsi for our Ilhl All. sloro. in
tho first t.lacii wo buy STIiHJTLY
for t'Asll. direct from imjiortorH
tnd manufacturers, ror nieit.ineo,
whoro retail lioitw bnv frnlil join
lien 50 iiocei of (.'inglianiH to get
un iiw-oitinent, wo buy .Ml cohoh or
more. This plan id followed in
uri lmini all elasocHof dry itimmIm.
wo do u largo w holostilit busi
ness, our facilities for purt-lianing
for tho retail are uncqualcd. Wo
lutto to Imv at the mine tiine for
tlui retail and wholesnlo itVimrt-
mcnls, and this enables us to keen
tho former (supplied with a trtix it
which otherwise it would Imi very
dillicult to handle. It also juttti-
ties us in placing our Lixxls at tho
Very lowcpt imssinio llgurvn. i tir
chascrM can, by reason of our extra
iitcii lues, oouuii at our reiau n mu
ter cIonh of goods at more roawon
nlilo price than an vw here eltto.
These are not idlo lioiiMtiucn, but
FACTS which cannot Is- wiutro
verted. House Furnishing Goods.
We re now showing the largest
and handsomest stock of llnuso
Ftirnisliim; (ioods over disiisluycil
We Place on Male To morrow
One Ca.-v Colored Quills (Southern
luanulaetuiv), guaranteed limt col
ors, and Hiitioritir to foreign eoods
of similar m an u fact tiro. Wo oiler
this ease, only to introduco tlnno
goods in this market, at tl 75
Also, One Cac tlolorod Quills
(sumo goods, but extra quality),
guaranteed fast colors. To intro
duce these goods in this market we
oiler this easoonlv tit $2 75. They
uro just tho thintr forniirHerioMiiml
All Linen Crape Towels, 20 by 4'J
inches, ttt SI Ml por dowu or Vile
The G rcn tost Itiirgnitis Yet Ottered.
6! 13 yards 22-inch all puro Silk
Salin ftlmdamcH at S5c por yard.
These are uol light, flimsy silks, but
heavy, stilistautial dross weight,
colors limited. ,
Splendid Black Cnclicioiro Finish
Gros Grain Dross Silk, full 22
inches, goiidH reliable mako, Wx'
Small lot Spring and Hummer
Ciiuiliinntioii i'attertis left over
from Inst season at less than one
20 Pieces Black Satin ltrooulcs
at 75c to $1 00 a yard, usually sold
ul $1 25 to $1 75 per yard.
Bargains in Block Trimming and
S00 done ii Fontku'h Gkniiihm Km
GiovF.i, all new spring shades, 5,
7 and If) honks,
OCR OWN IMPORTATION,
Every pair warranted. Wo keep
ut all times tho largest and most
complete stuck of this celebrated
glove, in every size, hook and
Now is the time to make hcIoc
tions of these goods. Our ntock is
very largo, tho asHorttnent miperh.
Those goods nro made of tho very
ls-st cloth, a full yard wide. De
signs nro entirely new. Nobby
styles nt the lowest price..
NOW OPEN FOR INSPECTION 1
Beautiful lino of
FilKNt'll Satkkns, Zki'hyiw a no Kh-
BHOIIIKHKI) GlNlltlAMM, t
Our own direct importation. Wo
will distribute tlieui ut a small ad.
vaifee over the cotstof importation.
Dress Goods! Dress Goods I
Wo now display a Splendid Lino
of Foreign and A ineriean Tricots,
now colorings, medium weight",
the very gootlH for early spring
wear. Price cxcocthntrl v low.
New shades in double width
Dross Goods at 15c to 25t; a yard.
Manuel StiitingH, now spring
shinies, all prices.
The lurgent lind best selected
stock of (iHsiiticros, in new do
signs for Mori and Boya' tVear,
over Mhoitii tiy us. 1'rioon very
(tussimoivH for flOo yanl.
; (OHsiuien's for 75o yard.
CaxHimcrcN tor IKkj yard.
(JasHiineroH for $1 00 yanl.
CaHsituoieH 11-4 for $1 2.5 yanl.
t'oHsimeres ti ) for 1 1 50 ynni.
Our line of Lace Curtains for the
spring trade is now complete. We
are showing new and elegant de
signs in Tambour and Nottingham
Luce Curtains, Oriental and Battels
Lace CurtaiDr, all at uniform low
& rices, our assortment ol lace lieu
sts in Nottingham and Real Lace
is very large and prices mod urate.
We oiler this week Tambour Lace
Curtains 4 yards long, at $!, $11,
$12 50, $15, $1S, $20 to $50 a pair.
Point, D tlenson 41 yards long,
from $18 to J 50 a pair.
Nottingham 1 a ;n Curtains 31
yards long, irom ti 50 to $3 00 a
Nottingham Lice Curtains 4
yards long, (mm $4 to $12 a pair.
Ba'itt Novelty Curtains 4 yards
long (elegant goods), from $5 75 to
$15 a pnir.
Madris Curtains 4 yards long,
from $10 to $15 a pair. The above
line of goods era all of the teat ma
terials mannfictnred, and prices
are much lower than they have
We carry a line line of upholstery
plushes, iusilk and mohair velours,
tipet tries, spun and raw silksTerry
and lair clothe, snd n fall line of
trimminrs pertaining to the uphol
Btety business. Closing out at cost,
the balance cf our stock of Felt
and Plnsh Lambrequins.
Eoglish and American feiti in all
colors now complete.
We will sell this week a band
some cherry or ebony cornice poli
trimmed complete, fur 40c each.
B. LOWEKSTE1X BBOS.