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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28. 1SSC.
Crosby's Dime Museum
224 Sain St., Memphis.
Vf. t. CROSBY -Solt Proprietor
Coaaneuelng Monday, March la I.
Challenge the World to
give a Better thaw Ihaai
srricnt I tar patreua Tbla
THE ONLY OENVIJJE CANNIBAL.
ROSE, the Wild Girl
h LA ,
W&$'bt&$k 3 .TJARTNKR-WUhlSOO capital, In a well-
tV.3 '4 ?! Li I I artablished businesi that ia now paying
Ji'-'.i'.--:- ..-aft 5 s fi B loadsy. A paMuor who i eualided to taka
'. ? iS'f.'- (,; My- obargeif the o6iee, collections and tineno
k :'-'.:TJx S e":7 preterred. Address M., Appeal office.
&!:&&":sist raKM f "wtMPtnn.. ...,... ... ...
RAVAGE Al A TIGRKHD!
T!t:mi?i but Soeechless.
Restlcae as a Cagod Hyena.
IS SHE BRUTE OR HUMAN?
Enrtgement Eitroordinary of the
Kins' and Quern of H jstery and Magic
(FOR EIX BAYS ONLY).
MISS EMMA LYNDEN,
With New and Astounding Aots.
LITTLE TOT, THH FAIBT.
An I'proariout Week in th
Motto "Laugh and (.row let.
CEI.UA 4: CHKfSTIE'
ONE THOUSAND LAUGHS.
With the following Cut
irraauat vinwnea iuoi.n
clfHUTTK Th. Onlv Hu
a II V TKeClnvetast Snrit. in the World
LEW H NTIN The Fun-Maker
ALL1E JA' KSON The Columbine
BELLE EMERSuN .
The Swoet Singer of California
WTTT f nilT UlVM Th Tlnctnr"
, , i 1. u . V) .... it' ......
And otheri too numerous to epecily.
av-Don't make a milnk! OXE Week
Onl A'OT two weeki. -
Dime To Al'.
Jt'.l BBIK'a) TUKATCK.
Three Nighti and Wednesday Matinee,
C'BBineaflnc Monday. March Int.
gupported by a Superb Company.
WOMAN IN RED
Ihursday. Friday and Saturday. Mnrch 4-5-6,
JOHN T. RAYM4SND.
TU..-afl4 and V.!1.f Ntirts and Satur
day Matinee TH MAUIriTKATB
Saturday Night FOR CONGRESS
A1AM Y DRESS
- - a m i "
Will be given ly th IJ0U CLUB, at the
Comer Fourth and Jefferson t'reets,
llouday Evening, March 8th.
Best of Musio will b in attendance, and
gooa omor preyervea.
FOR 8ALE OR EXCHANGE.
FOR City Property, 6 small Firms. 5 miles
irom oitv. Old Raleigh road : will sell on
loni time. Address P. K., 32 Mndism st.
OETTER A Hack and whit setter dog,
J with brown neaa. A noerai rewar
his return to HS St. Mnnin street.
VOR SALE OR KENT.
TPARMS Several fine farmt in Arkansas
X1 and Mississippi on very easy terms and
. J. .MAHTTN. Memphis, Tenn
KQUMS ASM !(AKI).
"T.J00MS Lnrge pleasi-tit front rooms, lur
.IV niihed or unlurnishtd, wit; board
ltd COURT ST.
TOOOM-Seccnd-etory frnnt room,
good board, itt 140 Madison street.
OoM Desirable fam'shod room, with
hoard, at ii Madison stye t.
tA OOD ROOMS With board; day boarders
T accommodated: transient! also so-
cl i ited . st 3ti6Sccon strait.
hi R n With mv eel lent rorim.
4 A1IAM3 Dl D.r.E..
K NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
J ' with or without Ooaru, at i n mauisnn si.
rrtWU large unlurnished rooms, with or
JL with tut board, at 60 Madison street, cor
m JllHtn Iint:KKC.,r. Second and Ad-
O ami lU. Room and board $5 per week ;
day hoard, svt Ml.
T.irHKIStlKn ROOMS Arnil- st
J 117 COURT ST.
: "DOOMS Salt of two roomt. anfumlshed,
XV or on lurnisuea room; win ouaris par
ties if desired. Location bet in the oity.
Family private. Address, with reference.
B. (J.. Appeal omce.
T300M On handsomely furnished, with
1 1 ARDEN PROPERTY Six aons on edge
yjl of the city. Apn'y tc aiemp
and Wood Manufacturing Compan
410 Main street.
FURNISHED ROOMS- .
At .11 M
lOTTAOC Of thru, roem.it the terml
nus of Elm wood street car line. Apply
at 36 Union street.
"DRICK HOUSE Three stories, good reii
XJ dense and store, or store an i boarding
home, with cistern, water works, gat, eto.
Apply on premise! or Washington street.
TORE Inquire at f 2 North Second street,
STORE AND RESIDENCE At Bond't
S'ation, fifteen miles from Memphis, on
the L. and N.K. R.,a store and neat resi
deace. Address ,,
EDMUND ORGTLL, Bond's. Tenn. .
C10TTAGE Three rooms, cistern, at 257
J Georgia ttreet. A' ply next room.
CtOTIAGE-No. 414 Laulerdal, 7 roomi
in good repair, good ciatern; S per
month. Apnly to No.394 Main street.
2 -STORY trick Residence, 8. W. corner
Second and Exchange sts. ; in first-class
repair: eight rooms. Apply on premises.
PLANTATION-dntaining 400 acrri of
cle rsd ind in Arkansas, opposite
Randolph, Tenn; Will leaje on extremely
li7c,s, Ajpy to . - ,
re rr inos. n. Alien a. , o
O ROoMi En suit.
lite, Lee Illock, third floor
Apply at No. 4 Madison sU
DESIRABLE Of HCES-Store-rooin un
der Tennessee Club on South Court st.,
. and four offices on Second street opposite th
H.'ottoa Exchange. Apply to
R. B. SN0VVDEN or
J. L. G00PL0E, 38 Madison St.
2WHITK COWS On wilh row wound
head . f reward for th ir ret are to K.
B. BARTON, mar Curve. Herr ando roal.
BROWN M ARB MCLK-Abont tti yean
old: loaf hair. Strayed on Bight of !-
Hb-t 2Mb, froia Benjeitown
ward tor her return to W.
CIISTERNS-Euilt and rrpaircd and war
J ranted. Inventor of the ban itary Port
land Cement Piaj. Contractor and brio.
layer. I cie,-noD or". -. . m .
MB. THEZEVANT, ATTORNEY AT
. LAW, Jbahnndi.'oroiurci. Nojary
P.. kit rVmmuti.lfir OI l)til ftfid U. H.
Com Aiuioner, at tbe old office. No. X Midi
10. "street. COLLECTION- A bl'ECIALTV.
.iYONK-Wiihing the service! of Todd's
Band snouia apply at nnrvr.p..
Shirt Factory . S13 Main street
TUDKNTS To learn telegriuV. at Tel
I graph School, oof. Main and Poplar tts.
TTLAT A deilrabl flat of four roomi in
X' suburbs, cheap, to lamnr ol tour aaniu,
Inquire at :! MAIM tf.
cooking or bouie-
A. B., Appeal omce
MILK. Appeal uBice.
CCUPANT? For handsomely forrlshed
H5 Monroe street.
TO PI'KPIIASK A refidenca in eood re
' 1 n.ir. with I ruin S to i rouiut. eaut of Main
and louth ol Union ireei. Aoareia, naiing
rasa nr'ce. v. Appeul m
toeol'ect; one who ii well acquainted
with the city and in not afraid of work. Bond
nti .jred. Ainre . . , A ppea lomce
"DOOMS Two farniehed roomi ittitahle
X for light housekeeping. Addresi
p. J u., A ppeal omce.
THXPERIBNCKD AGENTS And corre
I J .nnmlcnta fnr n.w builneiia. Poflltioni
permanent. Salary or oommidion. Writ
HAHUMAU rjUDKU.wisi . vnicago, 111
T30OM8 A gentleman and wife with three
XV email children desire 2 furniahed rcoms
with or without boird L. M.. Appenlotlioe
T A DIES AND YOUJStJ MKN-Haing a
I A fn. hnanioaratlmaraoh di4T. and wish
ing to earn money, can have work at their
homes in. an entirely new ounneup, iirii'iiy
honorable and genuine in srery repot. The
rul.. .r. nirnnle and work eaaily done. We
furnish all material! and tend them carriage
prepaid. We give constant employment to
tho who wish it. Good prices paid fcr
work. No oanvaicingor peddling. Addresi
FACXUKlnti uu., iz iiowaru itreei, cos-
iT. OOD COOK 'Colored), with good r.rer
VX ences, at sii M inilnippl avenue.
"DARTIES havlniiiv Pigeons for sal will
please run uu ur ir,
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JUiin ij. cri r.r.i. o i ronnnwpi
T'O KNOW-Adres of "E. M.." who loit
.1 nanQKercpiet at Jnniso uiaiiree ruuo
day. Important. " w. t).. tins omce.
- r - nTinlt tin resnoetahle vrung men
I in.nriv.t. f4milv. within five squares
of th Wilbarn Works; relernces given.
Address A. D. u.. IMiuiorn w r ana sn. vo.
TjIELD PEAS AT
F CRAIG'S SEED STORE.
37 and 33 union street. .Mempnis, ienn.
TTWERYBODY To call and see the ccle
lu btated Gvusy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near Poplar.
DAY BOARDERS Good day board in pri
vate family. Terms 4 per week.
w Hi s I '.uu nint.
SITUATION As manater of a ato;:k or
cotton farm; twenty yesrs' experience;
satisfactory releronce. Addres- 11.. car
Union Stock-Yard and Fertilirer Co., corner
McLemore avenue and itorn iiane roan.
GENTFor the bent article ever pro
duced; costly outfit tree; no peuunrg
no money required until sales are made
and KOods delivered. Kor particulars and
terms address N. M. Friedman t Co., Mar-
I ith A'PHkKS Ten thousand P0
X1 or new, by SAMUEL GABAY,
r new. liv hA.YlUhb UAttAI, Agent
and Commission Merchant, 400 Shelby st.
Bend lor pries-list.
AN ACTIVE MAN-(O eoutof mp'oy
ment) to besin on moderate saliryand
work bimsr.lt up. representing, in ni own
locality, an o d taMUhed houe. Referen
ces exchanged. AM. MANUFACTURING
HOUSE. 14 Barclay street, iM. X.
AGhTS In every section of the country
rnrtwn N.w Rooks, just ready. SmctAi.
Taauato men jof experjence capable of fill
ing a large territory, ciaie eaperieuc., o
and territory wanted. CASShLL & CO.
(limited), m Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born t'reei, cnicago
LAKSMEN lo every Stat in the II ion
represert a r AIM l MnurAuiun-
INH K.KTART.TSF1MKNT having several
SriciALTitg thatar popular nd asy fell
ing. Uao be handled alone or in oonneauin
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRICE MANUFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
i fCC MEN Young and old, to brti,g
I UvU their Old Clothes to Rotenstein A
Bro. and have them
and to Jefferson.
LOTS 87 and 3S Peyton subdivision, north
tide Greenlaw stree', for rule cheap for
cash. Apnly toT. B. M1C''U. 310 Second st.
1-I,AN1'ATI0N Ono of
tbe most highly
JL improved and richest plantations
Phillips county, Ark , on ra'lrond, 9 miles
west of lieeoa; siu acre' oi nign tiinio ihuu,
27S acres cultivated, will he sold with a lurge
amount ol ier'-nnliy. l'or terms apply to
Mia lr.ti r Rn.r.iv
A. J. MARTIN 2.W Main st.
VALUABLE PROPERTY-Two valu. hlo
i.ieees of nrouerty for ecle 4i2 and 4M
Ponlotoc street e. tended. Apply to Kev. J.
W. Knott, corner of Marley avenue an t the
New Rnleish mad. This property will bo
A PAVINO (1KRMAN BEARDING
A HOUSE at Helena, Ark. The reason
C..e gel nr. other intnrejls TCOUire ills niton
lion. Forfurthor ret'-renco call or write to
H. UKuaitn. no ena, it&
I 1 7 rooms, fin oonditiou : will be sold
1 Apply a' 149S HernBndo street.
e- TtARnKLS IRISH POTATOES-Ap.
JVJ nlv at 278 Main atreet. or five miles
Irom city, on old Raleigh road-
J .11.11 u mra oai p .
FINE PAYING HOTEL BUSINESS-Sit-uated
in one of the livest towns in the
Boutb. Does a business ot ovor iiuuu per
month, liar can D auuea to tne ousiness,
if desired. For terms, address
J. D. sn.t nox jtK, iweriuun, nil,,.
DESIDENCB PROPERTY Valuable un-
mnroved residence properly on Rsy
burn ave., west side, 8K54 it. trntby 220 ft.
deep, beginning 80 ft. north of cor. Georgia
tt. Address L. L. PRIN CE, St. Louis, Mo.
MULES Some llrst clast mu'es for sale.
Inquireof HADDEN FARRINGT0N
before purchasing elsewhere.
SALOON AND EATING-HOUSE With
bed-nomand kitohen fnrnlture. Apply
to JAUUB &l'n.t l.m .niiui bv.
,it,p-w t BONDS FOR SALE Xh'S
SOO.OUU Bank will sell at PUBLIC
XuoTlON.to th highest bidder, for cash,
at aeutuwesc oorner oi miu ",
itreeti, on Wednesday, Maroh 10, IWte, , atl.
m.,i many ot tnO.000 Pioneer Mill Mort
gae Bondi and past-due Coupons as may be
necessary 'o piy th debt for whioh they are
pedgd. These Bonds ar due Nove j ber 1.
1894, and are In denominations of MJu and
11000. and have temi-annual ooupons
tached. at the rate of f per on'PeC,a.n,no.n,
UMUPI AftlS rijAli 1 r.ivj
ATNKWP0RT NEWS, VA.-1000 lots,50(t
feet water fro t, 4(. feet deep, for full
In.ormation addresi WM. A. DEAN,
47 Lexington street, Baltimore.Md.
HEAD MULES AND HORSES- For
Ji ej cash, or payable September 15, 1880,
: . I .n.,-;i
"lu " P.'M. PATTERSON
a BARGAIN - VILLA KDKN FRUU'
A. AND VEGETABLE FARM--( n New
Ralelgh P ke, !H miles from Brick Church.
Chelsea! 9 acres No. 1 land, house 0 rooms,
servants' houses, stables, barns, cribs, dairy
house, well and cistern; also, 3U) bushel!
corn, hay and fodder, seed potatoes, turnips,
asparagus beds, hot beds and saah. agricul
tural implement!, household and kitchen
furniture, oows, calves, hotses, mules,
wagons and harness. Apply on premis!.
J . r . I It u I r, .
HORSE-A safe, reliable tainily buggy
borse-on wall known to the citnoni
HEN ISLAND In sight of
emnhis! ISM) acres, of Whtcn aooul u
cleared and very rich land. A bargain can
b. secured by PPHV,VBRYAN CO,
rriKMNKShlCtt KI Aik
I K. clva-'. n and all does to th
. .... . .Tl ...T-..flI)
Will Ba Held To-Bay at th Varlooa
SI. Mm' i Cathedral Poular atreet Ser
vice! at 7 and U a.m., and at 4 p.m.
J. PdT't Rama Catkdi 'rcA. ITigh
nui at 1U:S) a.m.; vesperi at7:.Wp.m.
Srntuim' Clturr . Union street. TheRev.
N. M. Long, pastor. Service at 11 a.m. and
i :3u p.m.
.aaaef I lure. No. !M Third street, be
tween Jefferson aud Court. Service! at 11
a.m. and 7:.tu p m.
(r,'li dure. Linden strcit. Prearh-
ing at 10:15 a.m. and 7:t6 p.m. by the Rev.
. 11. Brmey, pastor.
first rvtertaa. Corner of Third and
Poplar streets, bervices at 11 a.m. by th
pastor, Kv. Eugene Daniel, D.D.
Evantrtiral Lutkrra IrtnUy Vkurrk Utr
n) Washington street, between Third
and Fourth. Servic at 10:30 a.m.
Aconst Pi-Moyleruia. Corner Mala and
Beat streets. Service at 11 a.m. by th
Rev. W. IS-Boms, pastor. o night service.
Central ilrlhodiM Ckurrh. Union street.
Services at 11 a.m. by th Rer. J. C. Mor
ris, and at 7:30 p.m. by th Rev. Dr. Gallo
way. Hrc of t Good Sltevlrrd. Corner
Fourth and Hill streets, Chelsea. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7:40 p.m., th Rev. K. C.
Btnundo Stntt M'tkodUt (A urea. Corner
Linden and Hernando. Services at 11 a.m.
by the Rev. 11. C. Morrison, aud at 7:30 p.m.
by th Rev. David Morton.
Awry (Jape', A- M. B. ("rc. Drioto
street, near Beule. Preaching by the Rev.
Ueo. Valentine, at Ui:3U a.m., and at 7:30
p.m. by th He v. Dr. Meet.
Coloary CAnrcA. Corner of Second and
Adams streets. Early communion at 7 a.m.
i-ervices at 11 a.m. and 7:.!0 p.m., tlie Rev.
Duvia SesvuuK, rector, ofliciatiug.
(fnii il art'. Second street. near Re.il. .
Preaching at 11 a.m. by th Rev. A. W.
Lamar, pttor, and ut 7 p.m. services by
Sfurd and Towner; fur ladies only.
Lauderdalt Slrttt Prnbylrria CAiirc.
Corner Lauderdale and lleale streets.
Preaching at 11 a.m. by the Rev. S. C.
Caldwell, pastor. No night services.
Alabama Otrert Preihyfcrian Church. Cor
ner ut Alabama street and Jones avenue.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the
Rev. James L. Martin, D.D. , pastor.
Georgia Mtrtet Mrthoditt. Preaching at 11
a ui. bv the Rev. Duvid .Morton, D.D., of
Louisvillo, Ky., and at 7:30 p.m. by th
Uov. J. C. Morris, D.D. of Kanvat City.
first Aaptist CaarcA. Seoond street, north
of Adams. Services at 11 a.m. Seats free.
All are invited. The R. A. Vemble, pastor.
Prof. W. E. Hughes, chorister. No night
fint Mrtkodut. Corner of Second and Pop
lar streets. Preaching at 11 a.m. by th
Kev. Bishop Mclyeiro; at 3 p.m. by the
Rot. Dr. Galloway, and at 7 :3U p.m. by the
Rev, Dr. Morrison.
Orore rtiirc Corner Vance and Lauder
dale streets. Th Rev. Geo. Patterson, rec
tor. Early communion at 7 a.m. Morn
ing service and sermon at 11 a.m. Even
ing prayer and sermon at 7 :30 p.m.
Cumhtrland Pmbiltrian. Court street.
Service it 11 a.m. by the Rev. U. A. Jones,
piuitor. Mr. b'uyford will preach to convert!
and anxious inquirer! at3:30 p.m., and fare
well scrvic to men only at 8 p.m. Mr. and
Mrs. Townrr. asiisted by a full choir, will
sing sum of their sweetest tongs.
Iremendons liargln lo-Morrorf
IIl!TEK lilt OS.
To make io)m for our epriDH
ntwk, which is now in transit, we
Will oner Bomo Dsrirnina tuia wee.
that will not be cn'ered again by
any house in tbe country. Our
Mr. E. W. llunter is now in the
Eater markets sssietirg our resi
dent buyerp, and we will have ti
dose out a large portion of our
present stock to make room for the
titavy purchases now being made.
Embroideries ! Embroideries !
EverythinR new and of our own
importation. Our stock cannot be
surpassed. AH widths and the
newest and handsomest designs
will be shown to-morrow. To open
the tale of these goods we will of
fer them 25 per cent, lower than
ever sold in this market.
LACKS! LACES! LACES!
We show this season the largest
stock and best a.ortmenttf laces
to be found in the city aid at prices
exceedingly low. To convince j oa
we adveitise only facts yon only
have tj examine our goods tnu
Towels! Towels! Towels!
100 dcz. all linen towels at 10c,
worth 15c: 100 doz. all linen hnck
towels at 121c. worth 171c: 100
dr z. all ii nen damask towels at 16c,
woith25c; 100 doz. xtra heavy,
large size damask, 22 Jo, worth 30c ;
100 doz. extra Heavy, large size
huck, 25c, worth 40c.
Tabid Linens! Table Linens!
100 pes oil Turkey red at 87Jc,
worth 50c: 100 pes, extra quality.
Turkey red at 50c, worth 70s; 60
pes solid colors at 70c, wort- $ l ;
60 pes bleached damask at 50c,
woittwoc; 50 pes bleached dnm
ask at 65c, good value at 00c: 500
tolls uerman crash at be per yard
Shectinss! ' Suet tings!
10-4 heavy, good quality at 19c
worth 171; 10-4, t o dreasinp, vtry
heavy ut -2Jc, worth ); 11-4, no
drpsaine. verv heavy at 2jc, worth
1c. Kvery brand oi emetine end
domestics at tho very lowest pncea
Dress Hoods! Dress (Saods!
New spring drees goods at 10c,
new epring dress go ids at 121c,
new spring dress gocda at 15c, 50
pes double width, all colors at 19n,
;J pes an wcoi, new co:ors at c
Everything in drees goods very low
Hosier; ! Hosier !
10C0 doz ladies' fancy and solid
oil colored hose at ioc, 600 doz la'
dies' fall reeular, solid colors at 20c,
300 dcz full regular Balbriggan hose
at 20c. We will offer in gentle
men's half hose 100 doz French
doable heel and foot at 25c, worth
40c. Misses' and children's solid
colors, full regular at 22 Jc, misses'
and children's fancy, extra long
full regular at 26c.
Jersejs ! Jerseys !
Evervthinir new in Jerseys to
morrow. 100 doz ladies' Jerseys at
Me. 50 dcz ladiea' Jerseys, all wool
at fl. worth SI 60: misses' and
children's Jerseys, all colors at 50c.
Ladles' Ma'lln Underwear.
We show one of the best itojks
of theoe goods to be found in the
city. This department we pay es
pecial attention to, and every lady
will do well to examine our line
before buying. All prices, from
19c up to $4 a girment.
6G0 doz Indies' corsets at 25c, 300
doz 150-bone torsets at 50c, 200 doz
French corsets at $1. It will pay
you to look through these depart
ments, for we feel confident we can
save you money on every article in
the dry goods line.
Vudcrwear at Coat at Hex let'.
Vnr sood furniture and stiong. lasting
carpets continues at the big store of
Mitchell & Bryson, where there ia an
immense stock. The pioprietors are
aware that in these days goods must
be sold on very small profit. There
never was a time in tbe History oi
Memphis when there was so much
y?tty furniture for eale at very low
p. ee. In buying carpels always go
to the house where they keep good
ones for eale.
Telephone till for Stencil.
ME -EX AXD tOSPlNY
THE SPRISG SEAS0M
To-morrow, MARCH 1st. Sea'
acnable golds and novelties will
be displayed in every department.
Tbe public will pardon ua ijr eas
ing a few words about our busi
ness in a general way. We are all
more or Was inclined to accept the
good things of life without qtiet
tionina the source or the cause.
Our busineea ia established on a
thoioush system o! principles, by
which the protection of our patrona
is kept always in view. and we rely
aolelv on tbe merits cf oar goods.
our la r oeaiing aou our reasuuauie
prices, to command tho conttdence
of the public. No aubterfuge or
misrepresentation ia t derated in
oca Hot er. Keeping complete as
sortments of such a large variety
of tools, anneals to all reasonable
a l. I - 11-
people as strong cla:m on their
sense of economy, as time has a
money value. There is a feeling
tf absolute security where out ooe
price prevaila. That very dis
agreeable sensation, where one
neraon buva ail aitlcle fiirl5.wb.ich
another on the same day pays $10
for. cannot occur in tia mousb.
All are treated with justice, cour-
lesr and rt-snect. ho much as a
reminder, and cow for
NOME SOLID UAli(iAlS
whith we offer (o-niorrow.
We have made a yery extensive
COLORED UROS GRAIN SILK8,
which are greatly in favor with the
world of fMhlon this season.
We offer them at very low
prices, with combina
tions oi velvet
PARIS SILK NOVELTIES.
Ct nded goods were never ai
much in favor as now. To
morrow we open
New Beaded Lsmmmi,
Sew Beaded t'rottta,
Mew Beaded Wraps.
Sew Bead id Paaaanenterlea,
Hew Beaded Oraainat.
They are displayed to look at.
All are welcome to examine them,
whether they wish to buy or not.
To-morrow we offer in "Ladies'
100 SPRING WRAPS,
Left over since latt season, at a
great mcrifice. Yol could scarely
tell them from this season's goods,
but we wi:l not attempt in any case
to "mhrepretent," therefore we
prefer tj sell them at a sscriDce,
rather than mix them with this
Benson's goods, which is frequently
AT $3 75 Spring3 Jackets;
AT J 3 50-Spring Dolmans,
AT $10 Spring Silk Wraps,
And eo throughout the list. Also
50 dozen Ladies' Cambric Night
Gowns, marked down from
$1 48 to 75e; beautiful gar
ments, just half price.
25 Extra Fine Cashmere Wiap
pers, marked $5 and $10, were $25.
We will have some "sugar
plums" to-morrow in the
Our entire Spring Impoitstions are
now displayed. Wiltons, Body
Brussels, Velvets and
Mcquettes. We will
Tasieatry Briixaela, at 0c.
Extra Heavy Ingrain, at nac.
Large Brusmel Knife, at Dl 80.
Wood Trimmed Curtain l'ole,!Wc
s,retnrlHliii(v.er:) 81 AO.
llraaa Trl ed Curtain I'olea.BOc
I'ortlerx (were s6) al 81 Be.
Alfo the new
MIKADO SUMMER CURTAIN,
it beautiful novel desicn,J13 75.
NEW TABLE DAMASKS,
Snow white and Turkey red.
Our nntire imDOrtations and pur
chase of Daraks, Napkins, Tow
els, Sheetings and D'Olys are now
on ea'e. To morrow will be open
intr rlflv in that deDartmet. and to
insure a large attendance we offer
S5c Damaak Towels for 13c.
TOe Turkey Bed for 87c.
U II 00 Counterpane for III 7.
SOe Bleached Sheeting for ale.
and many other bargains.
Last week we had a Eale of fine
art gcod in China Department,
nrl w have a laree Quantity yet,
which we offer very low, but to
morrow we have a sale in that de
partment of useful articles lor me
38 ARTICLES FOR 97c.
READ the ATOSI8HIU LIS! I
1 coffee strainer, 1 dish pan, 0
pie plates, 1 match safe, 6 teaspoons,
1 candleetick, 1 quait dipper, 1
broom holder, 1 pepper box, 2 cake
cutters, 1 jelly pan, Omuflio pans,
1 square bread pan, i appie corur,
l r,int mn ir. 1 cake turner. 1 tea
canister, 1 cuspidore, 1 tin bucket,
1 doughnut cutter, l potato cmier,
I milk pan.
Decorated French Muga lor 8e.
S-faart Amberlna Pllrhera, 34c.
Flint Ulaaa ttoblela, tic.
Remember, 38 ARTICLES for 97c.
MEKEJt AND t'OMPASY.
w nw are so'e agents for I
Vnatur's Genuine Kid Gloves-
Look on inside of glove. If not I
stamped "Foster" in fac-simile of
signature, tey are not genuine.
COUVTBY STORE IKsn.ANCS.
ii.HEit T hum:.
General Insurance Agent, gives
special attention t J insuring conn
try merchants at any point in the
Southwest, at fair rate', in ccmpa
niea of high standing. Losses ad
justed by bimse'f.
Office: Room 1, Cotton Exchange
ArmstroDg Furniture Co.
At their warercoma at 272 Second
street, opposite Court Square, can be
found the lioest line ol parlor gooos,
bed-room sets, and all kinds of furni
ture, and their stock of baby buggies
is excellent Their ni ices are reason
able and people will do we! 1 to call and
exuiuine their stock before purchasing.
Their factory at Evansville enables
them to compets with any furniture
dealer in the country.
ftrlng Nrehwearat Heater-.
Telephone Haberllng for Blotter
New anil Attractive OflVrlafs
fjIMtlU DUES .OOD
I. UOLDS-ITII k IIKO'K.
Mondav morning we will exhibit
$10,000 worth of tbe beet values in
New Dress Goods.
Only 10 rolls left of oar 17Jc 2-
1U roils Drusseia uarper. at, 411c.
25 dos. S hook Black Kid Gloves
at 25c a pair.
42 doz. Colored Kid Li loves at l.'ic.
liMjdcz. Ladies' Colored Seamless
Hose at 0 pair for $1.
The Best io tin City.
Our Unlanndried Shiit, Rein
forced, Linen rronti and Coil',
at onlv 45c.
100 drt. Best Unlaundried Sbiits,
Small Pleats, at $1.
White Goods Department.
We have a full stock of all Novel
ties in Wash GodiIs.
Also, no elegant line of Fine Swiss
Embroideries, Hamburg", Orien
tal Laces, All-Over Lace and Em
broideries. Samples sent on application.
fiOLDSMlrll'S, 84 S Main Street.
Telephone Ellin for Mtsnrlla.
iVatclicH and Jewelry.
JohnBton & Wood, doing business at
413 Main street, do a large bURinera as
dealers in watches, diamonds, jewelry,
silverware. French and American
clocks, and thev are also inanutautur-
inir iswelers and nrattical engravers.
Repairing; line watches. clocks and
jewelry is made a specialty. The pa
tronage 01 tne pnunc is j-rBpeuuuny
solicited. Call and examine the stock.
Telephone I III for Rlcnrll.
Operator Hello ! what's wanted ?
Subscriber Connect me with the
best place in the city to buy staple
and fancy dry goods at the lowest
Operator All right 1 go ahead,
L. BAl Elt, 113 Beale St.
Below we quote you a few pricee,
beginning Monday, March 1st.
25 r s White Lwn at Be, worth
8c; 25 pes 40-inch White Lawn at
He, worth 12c; fiO pes Check Mns
lm at It'.c, worth 80; 25 pes 4-4
Blenched Dot-eat Ic at 0 Jo, worth 80;
50 res 10-4 Bleached and Un
bleached Sheeting at 15c, worth 25c ;
50 dt 7. Knitted Fringe Towplftat 25c,
worth 37Jc; 40 iUz Mian's' Ribbed
Hose (a'zs7 to SJ) at 15c, worth 25c.
Jnet rfceived, a lino of Orientals,
Torchons and Colored Embroid
eries', which will be offered lower
than atiy other heme in tliecity.
Also, S09 pes Short Lengths Per
cales at 10c, worth 15c; 60 pea
Dress Ginghams (latest etyl"s) at
c, worth 12Jc; a complete line of
Wois'.ed Jersevs from 90c up; 25
drz White Honeycomb OjiilU
(large size) at 00c, worth $1 ; 25 dor,
Extra Heavy Heneycomb Quilta
(large size) at We, worth $1 50,
OTTENHEIMER k SCHWARTZ
Will offer special bargains thin
week all through their house. All
Drets Gooda marked at prices to
guarantee sale to make room for
our Spring Goods. We still have
on band 200 pes of Embroideries
and iBseitingt, which were slightly
damaged by water only, that we
will sell regardless of value. Will
sell best bi and of Ginghams at 5c;
all beet btands of Prints at 5c; 30
innh India Linen at 81c: 40 pes
Linen Lawn at 5c; 30-inch Lace
Curtains O0c; 44-inch Lace Car
tains at oUc; 25 doz Lace Pillow
Shams at 50o per pair; 43 dcz
Linen 3tt inch Towels forl2Jc; 40
dcs Crash at 5c: 23 doz Uulaun
dried All-Linen Bosom Shirts for
50c. worth $1 : 40 drz Unlaundried
AU-Llnen Pleated Bosom for 75c,
worth $1 ; Gents' Seamless Hose at
15c a pair at
OTIEN'HEIJIEK & SCHWARTZ'S
S64 and 888 Main Street.
Telephone Haberllng for Baggage
Call on Hester for acuta' Uooda.
McGehee A Wltefraan, C. E. Wites-
man and Ed. McGehee, staple and.',
fancy grocers, 309 Main street, .
open March 10th, with a comD'eleT
stock of fancy grocaries, when they
will be pleased to have the patronage
of their friends and the public gener
ally. Mr. W. K. Kill, late with O. R.
Ryan & Co., is now asscciated with the
Telephone Haberllng rorRteuelIav
...LOWEXSIEl A KIIOV.
Now Ready for I aspect lon.Onr En-
tiro S'prlus Pnrrbasc
t'arpe tc, Rug-, Llsoleums, Oil
Cloths and Window Shades.
Our oxkmIh are all new, ami cniu-
nriw un utiusiiiii iis.-uirniifiii in
. , .1
i-hoicc HtylfS nut ofti'ti fniind in
the Sunt hern market at thin warn ill
of the yt'iir. We pnMw to move
thi'iii at onv, and offer:
100 ltnts4'lii iiiatH, 1 yd long, at n
UH) Stnvrnii mats, 1 yd long, at fl.
50 Velvet mat, 1 yd Imiir, at $1.
25 Slteekins mats, $1 50.
200 HrusnelH ruir, viIh long, I n.
2(H) Smyrna nip?, 2 ydn long, $:! 50.
50 Kolw all-wool ingrain t itriiein,
'5e iht vanl.
;UX) roll new palteniH TitM'Htiy
HniKM'lw Cariiet, at t.V, 75e, S5e,
Jl imt vnrd.
New iMitterns in Imdy Htnsnels ut
pneeN lu'low i-otiiM'litinii.
4 Casew to eliwe, of gmwl, yaiil-w ile
llleiu lieil Doiiii'Hlii's at ti.'.e a yd.
2 I 'linen tall that in left) of good 10-4
rnlileaelieil Sheeting, nliort
lemithn, nplemliil value, onlv
Dress (Jooiln ! Dres.4 (ioods !
We art reeeivingiiitinv novelties in
Spiinx Divnn Gomln,
Foreign and Aiiieriemi Irieotn,
llouele, Cativan t'lollm, Comluiia-
tion Drenn (uhhIn, rolien in hoxen,
t lioicest i-oloringK for early
Our own direct inmortiil 1011 ol laney
niiteeim.fam'V zephyr gniglminn,
Crinkled neernni kem, embroidered
In nuiking the above niinouneo
mi'iit, wo vtinh to iniprcnn the fact
that we make a mieeiallvol initiort-
itiL' the uliove irooiln, and we are ill
u position to offer our patrons the
tnost ilemralile lain ien at ine very
IKll'SK i riiNlSlllNti GOODS.
Our Entire Importation of
White and cream damask elothn,
Turkey red eloilin, napkins to
inati'li all, lalile ilauinnKs, 1 urKev
red ilaiuaskH, ilamank and buck
towels, tray cloths and napkins,
nidelioiiril e'overn, quiltn, counter
panes, hmk and enisli toweling
will lie oil exiiioiiion .uoiitiay. e
have eheap, iiieiliuiu and tine
goods. ).iok. tlirotigh this iiicoui-
parulile iissoilnieni neioie you nuy.
Ladies' I'titlenvrar lleparlnietl.
(Mil ling a sperial and very great
liaivaiil, t'onsisliug ol 100 tloz
I'Vem li ('untile Cornets, embroid
ered liust, ilounie slay anil nine
steels, at 75c. The very bent .comet
ever mild for the money.
A full line of 1 liouipnon s (ilove-
Fitting Corsets. .
A full line of Dr. Woodwind's
WK INVITE INSPECTION
I'ni'ivaleil Assortment of Roys
All rhoiee, new goods, well-minle,
re 111 e iraiinenis, at lower niren
1 1 1 ti 1 1 ever.
CENTS' Fl' I! NISI 1 1 Nti HOODS.
.1 1 ST IIUl DIVKII
( Iciitli' lis liglit wciglil, ratiiei s
hair shirts and iliawers.
(ifiillciiien s light weight, wlnl
iishini'i't' shirts hum drawers lor
einlv sf ring wear.
1 ten Is' all-linen eollars.at $1 50 11 doz.
(ii iits' nil-linen cutis, at 3a doz.
Nobby styles ami choiee designs 111
gents neckwear ami siikoimits.
FANCY tint IDS, FANCY GtMiDS!
We Have Now on Display
In this deiiartuient, the newi-st
designs in artistic and useful
At prices never equaled helore.
All-leather bags from .i0c to
Sit. sneeiiil values.
In seal, alligator, ealf and cowhide.
Purses and porketbooks. All tho
latest decorated leather and Mikado
designs. Purses in alligator from
Lie upwards. rocKeinooss irom
Iteinir no inticli in demand, we aro
)ireiired to offer an elegant line of
the latest novelty gootm.
SOO do. Fosters (lenutne Mil
Gloves, our own importation,
5, 7 and 10 hooks, in all tho new
shades and black. Every pair
Ir. lowexsteix fc nos.
- foil Line t-enta' Hoalery at Ilea-
2000 barrel", seed-pctatoes.
.1000 barrels eating potatoes.
3 carlotd) red rust proof oats.
1 car German millet.
TAYLOR. Dl'FPlN A CO.
"-lenhone Haberllng forMlauipa.
3 ut? ( ui tn.e i.-'SV
At 49 and 51 Beale street, does au ex
tensive buhiDees at all timea. A 11 the
new and prtfy styles of frames can
be found there, end the picture-making
is done a! loweet prices. .
Shirts, all style, made to order.
Memphis Steam Shirt Factory and
Laundry, 224 Second street.
For kalsomining telephone 609, A.
Stt advertisement of Loeb A Mcok
in want column.
MemphisStaimid Glass Woius, 23
Third street Call and see.
SgK John Lilly's card of c'ojing out
sale, inee, liquors and cigars.
Skk the annonncemeBt of Otten
heimer A Schwartz, announcing: low
prices for dress goods.
H. H. CoLiiNa ia a candidate in tbe
Fifth Civil District for Justice of the
Peace, and ia fully competent
Taa finest and best selected stock
of gas fixtures ' ia the city, at bottom
price. t. a. bailbt a co. ,
Gknkral repairing done by compe
tent workmen at the Cunningham
Wagon-Worka, corner of Monroe aud
Desoto ut recta.
Taw nilnOil snmninf i prepared
to fill orders for the highest gradea of
finished fertilizers and feitilizing ma
terials. Don't forget to attend the mask ball
which is to be given at the Skating
Rink ou Match 1st Come one, come
Memphis Typographical Union No.
11 mett! in the Circuit Court-room at
1 :30 o'clock sharp to-day. Business
of importance will be transacted, and
every member is nrged to be present.
Thb Herbal Chill Cure, the best
tonic and anti-priodio known. A certain
and tuie sure for chills. Pric II nor bot
tle. Send staml s for circulars. Any rel
ereme risen. Addresi John C. Ruoker,
Rain or shine, the mask ball of tbe
Happv Hour Social Club, taken place
to-morrow nitiht, Monday, March Ut,
at the Yonna Men'a Hebrew Associa
tion Hall, corner Second and I'lt on.
Tiikhc will be a grand mask ball
Mardl Gras night, March !, fS80, given
by the Memphis Zouave Guards, at
the Pole-Bearera' Hall, corner of Sec
ond and Washington streets, upstairs.
Admission 25 rents.
M. a. JONKS,Uerl .Hunsgir.
The fotitth annual ball, given by
the carriage-makers of Memphis, will
take place on Monday nigbt, March
8th, ut Oochiau Hall. Croce'a band
will furnish the music. I be enviaDie
n.r.ntntlrn thev have eained will in
sure them a large and aelect attend
The Newport News and Mississippi
Valley Company will sell lound trip
tiekf 1 1 from Paducab and intermediate
stations to Memphis at one fare on
March 8th and tb, good returning
until Match 10th, on account of Mardi
O. D. Smith, veterinary surgeon, of
New York, bat decided to locate per
manently in Memphis. He treats all
diseases of horses, mules, cattle, sheep,
swine and dogs. Calls, day ot night.
answered promptly. Olllce at Jones
& Co.'e stable, 01 Monroe street; tele
phone 402. Residence, Fransioli
House; telephone 32.
Kkntucev Bouriion and rye, four
teen-year-old whiskies, Maryland
peach, Tennessee and Kentucky apple
hrandies f'om four to ten years old,
Blandy madeira, Ysaai sherry, Jamaica
rum, imported clarets, burgundies (red
and white), Urbana Wine Company '
champagnes, California wlnea are
among the stock selling ar, cost 117
John Lilly, 322 Froat atreet.
Thk Memphis Maennerchor will
give its annual grand mask ball at
Cochran Hall next Tneeday (March
2d) evening. Ticket are to be had
ftom members at tne price 01 ou ceim
each. The mask ball of tbe Maenner
chor will prove to be what it baa been
in fnrrnnr veara a most en oyanie,
strictly conducted affa'.r, and is bound
ti rum out a nne bucciwb. vorj vim
should mask and go.
f.OOD HOOTS AND SHOES
Always I B Had at the House of
A.ller Br, db Co., No.
" " Main' Street.
in thM dava o! lively oimpetition
in all branches of business it requires
men of experience and capacity tocon
duct an extsnslva -boot and shoe
bouse. This is one of tbe stores where
any one can go and Secure a fit In any
kind Ol shoe or Door, mey uanum
great quantities of goods from the beet
factories, ana sen at me luwmi pw
ble prices. They are attentive and ac-
conimodailng, and secure the perma
nent trade of nearly an wno mane a
Haberllnst fr Blotter
UEKIIEU A METTLi
150 Mans Pat Spreads at 95c, regu
lar price $1 25.
500 pioces-eE'lglng and Flouncing
from Oo to 25c per yard.
75 pieces Nainsook Ohecke, 6Jc.
Boys' Shirt Waist", 25c, 33c and 66c.
Only a email lot left.
'Ladles' Fine Handkerchiefs.
To make room for fresh gooda we
will close stock on band at an
23 rieces Diagonal Cashmere,
.... , . , ... ... ... ,
Spring shades, 42Jc, Monday only.
UEIKIIER dt HETTE,
27 Main StreeU
RED, WHITE ASD BLACK
W. J. CHASE A CO..
IV Mala Street.
IlrttudtV FiAruitiire IIne,
At No. 2.8 Main street, ia the place
where every one can be suited, pro
vided fumiture is wanted, uooua are
sold for cash, or on weekly or month
ly payments. Everything is new, and 1
all the pretty styles are to be found
. u 1.'. - l.mi.u wh are the
necessity for low prices ia understood,
and the gooda are offered as low at
anywhere in the city. f
Telephone Kill for Stenella. , j
Watches, Dlamouds and
n.n .laivs he found at low
the pawnbroker s nouse ot utiBu
& Bach, where liberal advances ijW
mado on aobstantial collaterals. Tnf
number ia 4 Monroe street. Peop (
can alwavs depend on finding aupen i
arUcles at low prices at that populr
OVERION A G ROSY EN OR.