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AMIJHEllEm.
saalataaa'a islae MaMaae.
PROF. 0. A. DONALDSON be secured
tba Pi a Masa, and will pa MOO
DAT, APR L 6th. with new attractions,
a will' introdur (or th Srst tin in
thiseily th Automaton Enelith Lilipntiaa
Company, ia lading the Chinese Dtneers
and Bell Rigere.Tutathop aaa Horitnntal
Bar perforaiaocat; alro, P.dJy and Biddy
Miru ia h ir I'lsh Jin nd specialties;
the Mimt le aad Paatomice of llarept
Dunpty, to follow with, a grand transforma
tion seen enuled tha ''Spider and Fly,"
dissolving iota iba Powers M tha Horn of
Inebanteaent, concluding with a (bower of
silver raia.
FOK SALE OK KKM'.
STOKB HuL'bB, ETC. At Shelby Station.
Miss., fore linos, ialoon, stable aad
OTut aaaDV rcaxiBHSD. i'nr further par
ticulate pplj I J. H. fcTAr FoKD.
Onnmrdia. Miss.
nth Nr.Vt.
TWO 001D 0FFICK3-WU ventilated
and tood light. Apply at
wat K CO.'B OFFICE.
ROOMS trocu', 220 Washington it . 115
par Month. Address I.U.H., Avalajiohr.
ROOMH-Recentlr oceapi.d by Dr. Nalt
all. Bukanle lor physician or lawyer.
Apply to J. L. MKW URN. 251 Main it.
rrWO lat front rooms, furnished or
J. on furnished. Apply at 8 Adann ft
C10TTAUK-rt thraa rooms at tha termi-
nusofKliawood street car lint. Apply
at Union street
R" 00M Furnished or untarnished, at 118
Peeond street. Heferencos required.
ffURNfcTHKD B0UMfl-fyfjb5RT BT.
ROOMS Buita of two rooms, unfurnished,
or one furnished room: will board par
tie if desired. Location beat in the eity.
Family private. Address, with referenoe,
' B. 0., Appeal office.
i 10TTAGB Three rooms, cistern, at 2f7
J Heorgia street. A'p'y neitronm.
CtOTl'Atiii-Ko. 414 Lauierdala, 7 rooma
in good repair, rood eiitern; $25 per
month. Apply 'o No. 394 Main alreet.
2HDOM-. Ku suite, Lee Block, third loor
front. Apply at No. 4 Madison at.
KM hALE.
SALOOX Baloon and fixtures.. Doing a
- good bus nets in a rood locution, Hea
iena lur telling, aieknets in fxinilv. Adlre&i
H. B.. this otlifg.
COrTAWK-Niee collate, wilh all ira
J provements; out -building: on paved
atrett. Parteash. Address, care ol Apneal,
JQQSFur Plymouth Hook eggs, at 41
J0HKB0N qpiNNEK, 252 Front;
SALOON, BrOCK ANit FIXTURKS-For
sale aheap. Apply to
R. B , thla office.
Rt BARREL tjT'VES. OH K AP -In
ea-Iots. IjKINKLK LUMBUR CO.,
M Jefferaoo street.
HORSE A combined saddle and fairness
h rae. aalt for a lady to ride or drire. at
Keek' Stable, 43 Beoond atrtet.
A L4BAMA 8PLINI COAL-In any quan
P.iTU. PATTERSON k CO., Agents. .
EGGS fern HATCHING From pare b'eed
Partridge Uoenin, Brown Leghorn, Black
Spanish and Plymouth Kock atock. Addreas
URKKN WOOD POI'LTKY YARDS, City.
30
ACRBdgeo'l land at Nation Ceme-
. r t . no -.
very, inquire at .3 mauiBmi ntrpci..
2)nfi-wi" buy 600 acrei of good
nawUU lani. einhtmilee aoutheaat of
Brownaville, Tenn., under go d fenoe, has
ieyeral tenant h'uien, tne'fpringa of water;
ia well adapted to atock farm, and will be
old on long time. Apulyto
JdlNTER PARKER,
ar A. J. MART'N. 288 Main t.
ACOMPLKTB TUrTS 80DA APPA
RATUS Fountain, net erntor, etc. at
H ABPMANN k BRO.'S, 286 Main at.
CEDAR FESCINO POKTS-For aale by
J Wjjl. LA11KIN, Larhinimlle.jAiR.
FINE PATINO HOTEL BUSINESS Bit
uated in ene o' the hvat towna in the
toulh. Doea a business of over 11000 per
month. Bar ean be added lo the budioeas,
if deaired. For term, addrna
J. 8. M., Bin 102, Meridian. Vi.
A' T NKWPoRr NEWS, VA.-louO Iota. SOU
feet wator fro t, 41 feet deep. For lull
imarmation addreaa W.M. A. DEAN,
47 Letington gtreet, Biltimore, Md.
)k UKAD MIJLES AND HORSES-For
Ju 'J eab. or payable September 15, 1886,
with good leeurity.
P. M. PATTERSON CO.
HORSE A tale, reliable family bunny
. hoiae one well known to ihecitiiem
ef Mempuia. Apply at tUe livery atable of
F.. JONES CO;
'jfliiK OLD HEN ISLAND-In alghl of
J- Xbmphia; I') acrei, of which about 300
el eared and very rich Innd. A bargain can
be aeeured by application to
B iinYAV A CO.
TifMtoa BiAXh OKkTlFlAl'ln
1 R4 ealya ' nr and rlrn,i to the
P.t OVFWTlW UVlHiVBMl.
W1MS.
PA 'iTNER With 11(10 caxhto travel with
tuta thing. Inquire of KD T. R1V
MRS, 141 Boale atrcot, M floor, room 2.
TJARBBR-Pirat-claaa colored barber, nt
XJ lirownavillo, Tenn. I.WH blSMtill,
B
OARDBItS To ocenpy elegantly ;nr-
nirhed room at 129 Adam.
CITDACION-Situation aa fint-clua cook
KJ in gool family, by a white lady. Beat
roierouoj exchanged. Addrena A.B., th
ttoe.
ROOMS Tw cr th'ee rooms, furniahed or
unfurae-ked 6rat floor preferred lor
light n ae keeping. Two aoiall children.
Addresa, with particulars.
"PlOOTT, Appeal rfll ee."
lOOK A gaed girl or wonmn t) cook and
VJteep Doe-e. beconu street.
PARTItS-Who wiBh to learn Stenogra
phy to call at f"St-holbv street, on
MRS. UNA 8. MURRAY.
C II AMBBRM AID White Qooi wagei.
Apply t '55 Second trne.
(y ENTLEMBN BOARDHS-
VJT Atftfll Shelby 8'ree'.
ACHh r TIA.N M KK OR WOJIAN In this
citytoloina Chr'stian man fifty dol
lars, f r thirty dais, on a pledge worth iev-enty-flve
d 11 rs (.ewtler'se'tiiuatc). to ena
ble him to arnd his wife away for her health,
by her physician' advice. Ad ireHS
JJSVAL1U, th s office.
rOOK-Wbile. ai
J 352 VANCKST.
AN INTBLLIUENT, Earnost Ca:holio
man t represent a larpe, responsible
Barclay rtreet hoase in hi own locality and
outside lario cilio. A remunerative salary
to riaht party. References exchanged. Ad
drea BARCLAY, Box 16x5, NjY
C00K-A pply to Mr. H. B. CULLEN, cor
ner Ealievtew and Henry avenge.
LADY A8KNTS-For Mrs. CinTpbell's
New vTiltor" a litter, buttle, hoop
skirt and underskirt comb ned. li oops can
be removed and kirt laundried Adjusta
ble to any aite. Very lashionable, and sella
for U to every wll-dresd lady as soon aa
shown. Agents double their money. Alto
a fall line of lew furnishing good for ladies
and children. Address, with stamp, E II.
CAMl'BbSLL A CO , 484 West Randolph
treet, Chicago, III.
AGENTS With small capital. We have
something new, no risk, large profits,
IpecM 30-day oiler, write at oi.oe.
uu-i Jtit-anal street, w. Y.
H
I (ill PhTeaah prire paid for old and new
KATIttf.KS at UH Moin street.
EVERY VNK-In need of a hard, smooth,
durable and waterproof pavement or
floor, eiamina WATSON 'ti BIIUMEN CON
CRETE. Telephone m.
A
LL THOSE baying damp, unwholesome
oeiiare to telepb neM
Tj VERY BODY To call and aee the cele
JJJ brated Uypay Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
aircei near roplar.
EXPKklKNCKD AOENTS-And corre
apondenla for new business. Poti'ioni
permanent. Salary or commission. Write
to-day. Address
NATION AL ECONOMIST. Chicago, PI
TjOARIlBRS At 140 ladi son ; nioe rooms.
good fre: transient accommodated.
AGENTS In every section of the country
for two New Books, just ready. SrciAt
Taans to men of experience callable of fill
ing a large territory. State experience, age
and territory wanted. CASSELL CO.
(limited), 8221 Broadway, N. Y., and 40 Dear
born areet, Chicago.
SAKBMEoi la every State in the II ion
torepreeert a PAIS P MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
bricuLTiEa thaUre popular and easy sell
ing. Cao be handlod alone or in conneotirn
with other good. Address THE WM. B.
PRICE JMANUP.ALJIMORE, MD.
TNFOKMATION NuRToN C.WILLARD
X ean hear ef something to hi advantage
by eo reipoajing with his brether,
nelson wii.r.ARn.
Prescott, Ontario. Canida.
SITUATION vwr. Ann B. Ro throe, chal
lenge ewpet-aaaker of the Halted States,
wanta aaituation No obiectioa to leaving
the city. Apply at this office.
AG ENTS-Por tUe "best article aver pro
duced; eoetly okitfit free; no peddling
and no money reqaired until aale are made
and gooda delivered. For partioulara and
terms aadeese N. M. Fredman k Co., Mar
JBhorg, Mo.
ANrSOCKCEMEKT.
rr Hactaaor.
THB aedertigned nBounce that he la a
candidal tor Register, aad ask the
support ot the voters of Shelby oounty. If
elected, will endeavor to give ti'-etion in
the discharge vf the duties of the '.flic, and
plaoea hi claim tuhjeol to the actioa of th
County Democrat c Convention
THOS. B. CRENSHAW.
Memphis, March 18, 1MB.
SA. DOUGLAS, of Ker-ville, Tana., la a
. candidate for Rl'GISTtR subject to the
aet on of th Democratic Convention.
jttdajoat the tircnlt rarf.
We are author' aed to annenne that JOHN
JOliNSTuN ia a ctnd dale forjudge of the
I'ircu t I'ourt of th-lby C untr, aubject to
action of the Democrat e Conveutieo.
We are authorlie l to annr unca L H. ES
TRS JR., aa a eandidt for Judg of .he
Circuit Coo't, subjet to th ao ion tf the
1'em catic Conven'low.
Al'CTIOX SALES.
AUCTION Al'C l'IO..
-tCf fff CIOARSat auction to the
LUU.UUU trade on Tuesday, April
6th, at 10 a.m.
HARRY KKCIIE3, Aae ioneer ,251 Second St.
8. M Fobinwon. Salesman.
LOST.
GARTER BUCKLE - Diamond Garter
Buckle. Reward of t5 for ita return to
MPS M AUD APPKHSON, ?4 (iavoso etreot.
FOB SALE OK HIKE.
WAGON Good spring wagon, cheap.
Apply at Mempbia Metal and Wood
M'f 'g Co.', 4:W Main trt.
PCUNO.NAL.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone fee. TUOB. CIIHBINS.
MB. TREZEVANT, ATTORNEY-
. LAW, A. arine and Commercial Notary
Public Commisaioeer o( Heeds and U. H.
Commissioner, at the old office. No. 3 Madi
son treet. 1,'OLLKUTIONS A t-PKCIALTY.
NIIUYKI).
MULES Two black mar mule', 16 handa
high, 6 and 7 years old, man and
tail triinuitd I $5 reward li r thtir return to
F. A. Jonei k Co., 61 Monroe St.
i) WHITE COWS-One with rope arjund
LI head. $5 reward for their return to R.
B. BARTON, near Curve, Her undo rna I.
(iO.tHS AM bOAKJ
Oi. JAME liOUSU-Cor. Second and Ad
amt. Room and board 15 per week.
Day boarder wnted
B
OARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS H1KKRI.
5
NICE Rooms, furnished or unfurnished,
with or without board, at Vfl Madison st.
TWO large unfurnished rooms, with or
without board, at 6V Madiasn street, cor
ner Thirds
-WIIAT-
Hes 5 cent package of
SOL C0LEHAIVS
KOKO TULT
DOSE I
Let fj Bee.
IF HAS CURED
Thousands of Dyspepsia, In
digestion, Foul Brea',1),
Sour Stomscb, Yellow
Sdn, Black Wormi in the
Skin, Oonatipation, Torpid
Liver, Headaches, Failing Ap
petite, a strong desire for
Drink, a ttrong desire for To
bacco, Hay Fever, Impurities
of the Blr.oi and other ail
m! nt.fi' to which fl 'i U heir
to. Try a 6 cent packHye at
o.i e and
SEE 'I HE RESULT I
It is conceded hy all connoia
teura to be the Standard and
PurPBt Chewing Gum in. the
world. It ia free from in
jurious ingredunt?, in any
manner, a) a;je or forni.
It is not in competi'. ion with
any cheap gums, bu'. bt:nd;i
alone in the United H 'a'es as
tlie purest, oriniaal nd (i.iest
in the world, withou: any
compo iters.
SOL COLEMAN'S
-KO-KO TULU-
Is a distinct, teparatu rom
modity, rticogniis'ng no com
petition. It is oa ta'e every
where at 5 cents a package.
Mcnclllng nt Habes-ling'.
Lavigne'a Orand Fiench ML'linery Spring
Opening, Thursday, April 15th. Every Nov
elty will be exhibited.
ABHSTROXG FUKM1URE CO.
Dining Room Sets.
Bed-Room Sets.
Elegant Furniture, Bets or pieces.
Baby Buggies.
Very flae Slna-lo and I.laibt Donble
Harneu at T. W. Pet) at '.',
Becoaxt atrseit.
WtxMla dc Swoope.
This is one of the new firms whoso
business is rapidly increasing. They
handle the beet of wagon and other
vehicles, and understand the necessity
of selling at low rates.
Robber Nlnmpant Ilnbeirllna'a.
t
HAY,
Oats,
Ileal,
Lime,
Plaster,
Chop Feed,
Sacked Flour
CORN,
Bran,
Fionr,
Oment,
Hair,
Rock Salt,
Packed Meal.
W. J. CHASE & Co.,
18 i Main street.
Lavlgne'a Grand French Millinery Spring
Opening, Thursday, A pril 15th. Every Nov
elty will be exhibited.
C.H.t III moved l S Mala.
Cohen, The Hatter,
At 219 Main street, has a slock of hats
and caps for men and boys from
which all the people can select goods
that will give satisfaction. All the
stock is new and every pretty style is
to be found there. It is well known
that Cohen sells hats a little lower
than anybody else,
SIEMPIHS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY,
MENKES AND COM PANT.
To-morrow we begin our
GRAND SPRING SALE OF
MLKS t DRESS GOODS,
The mo t beautiful, elegant and
choica selection ef dress fabrics
ever displayed in this city.
Prices of Silk NoTelties.
At 1 1 beautiful all-silk surahs,
new spring shades, a great bargain.
At $ L 15 genuine Lyons gtos
grain silks', warranted perfect dye,
al iewahadps; unusual good value.
At t'i - Paruienne velvet and
ilk-striped novelties, worth $3 50.
At 692 twenty-rive diflerent col
ors of liiinred all-silk foulard, reg
ular retail price, SI a yard.
At It 68 the renowned "Bonnet"
Lyons black silk, of unfading dye;
nnequaled for wear, brilliancy and
drapin - qualities.
At 97c "Our own" extra pare dye
Mack silk, equal to usual fl 60
quality.
At 63c full line "f colored tatins,
fur even tog and ttreet wear; just
the thing to combine with wojI
dress gcoda or to wear with lace.
At 45c forty new effects ia sum
mer silks.
Milk Dresses to Order.
We offer to-morrow our choicest
patterns of silks and novelties, in
cluding making and trimmings, at
the following low tlrfurt:
For $52 com hi n it ion d ress of sati n
rhadame, With volvet tt ipo tovel
ty, includiug m .king and alltiim
minga. For $3J handeoxe combination
of sin ai serge, with a Paris novel
ty, including making and trimmings
uompUte.
For $30 combination of satin
rhadame, with embroidered crepe
lifl'e, including making and tiiui
inii'gs complete.
For JltlO combination of Lyons
'Vachn.ire sublime," with passa
menterie, including making and
all trimmings.
Ladies who intend buying a fash
ionable fpring costume at a rea
sonable pric?, will certainly find
wbat they want at our silk coun
ters tomorrow.
We have said nothing about our
silks that will not apply with equal
truth and force to oir unmatched
display of
SPRING DRESS GOODS.
Oar counters are literally crowd
ed with rich and elegant fabrics.
To-morrow we ctTer
40 inch homespuns fjr 42o.
44-inch canvas cloth for 75c.
40-inch lace baDgalettj for 50c.
40 inch albatross cloth for 4itj.
44 inch nat e suitings for 01)c.
40-inch French tric.its for ti5j.
25-incb homespun fabrics fur 32 Jo.
At $10 50 handsome combination
tiuiU. AIo fifty difl'areiit styles
fiom 113 50 to f45.
Dresjes Made to Order.
We have some titteen extra fine
combination pitterns imported di
rect by ourselves (no two alike)
which are worth $oo to $75 a pat
tern. We will make these t J onter,
incinding all trimming", for the fol
liwing prices:
For $68 50 Paris pattern, includ
ing making and trimmings. Pat
tern alone worth $j7.
For $50 Paris pattern, made ts
abnve. Pattern alone worth 42.
For $'3 Paris pattern, ma le rs
above. Pattern alone worth $52 0.
A rare chance for a crand cos
tume at a very rea'ouable price.
New mark CI aad Jnmt Opened.
We cannot close our advertise
ment of hi k and dress goods with
out referring to our
SUBLIME WHITE GOODS.
Many white dress fabrics are im
ported by us dim t and cannot be
had elsewhere. This is especially
t ue of our
Beautiful Knabroldrrcd Robe
in boxes. We show an immense
variety in white and colors.
$1 6) will buy en embroidered
robe, 10 yards ot lawn and 10 yards
of embroidery.
$4 87 will buy a French cbarn
bray embro dered robe,
l 50 to $40 will buv any kind
you may desire. Look at our robes,
even if yoa don't want to buy.
White dress goods, 10c, 12Jc, 15c
and 20c.
Checked muslins, 7j, 10c and
15c.
India linen, 12Jr, 15c, 20c and
25c.
PARIS SPRING YYRAP4.
Every lady recognizes the neces
sity of wearing a wrap at this sea
son. One cannot be completely
dresied without a wrap. Novelties
j ust opened at the following pi ices :
At $7 50 black Ottoman wrap,
chenille fringe.
At $9 short visits Wcllienne
cloth, pasqamentorie and lace.
At $11 60 brocade velvet short
wraps.
At $15 three different styles raa
vas sboit wraps, bead and lace
trimming.
At$lS beaded grenadine wraps,
silk lined, lace trimmed.
Also fifty special imported wraps
at $22 50 to $o5. Perfect gems.
Hew fa-each Jeraeysj Jaot Opened.
MILLINERY AND PAR! SOLS.
No lady can afford to indulge in
a bonnet or paiasol be foie looking
through our "grand selections."
LACE CURTAIN SALE.
500 pre of lace eurtaias.with poles,
at popular prices.
Tambour laee curtains at $12 a
pair worth $20.
Kilk portiere at $22, regular price
$.'!l 50.
50 rolls new Brussels carpets (oat
' XEXKEN AND C0MPANT.
IIUXTER BROS.
Especially rail the attention of
tcetr friends, patrons and the trade
to their new
SPRING STOCK,
Comprising the eboiefs' and best
makes, both of home and foreign
manufacture.
Every Eraartsaeat 4aipleil
Below we give few of our
erring prices:
100 pes Black and Cclored Nun's
Veiling at 15?.
50 pre 40-icch all wool Albatros
t 50i3.
22 pes ( amel's Hut Sergs.ell wool,
at 50o.
500 ic Cahmere Luster at 10c.
30 pes 40ini'h Gray Debeige, 35c.
An attractive line of French Com
binations displayed in our
Dress Goods Department
tni marked interest
ingly LOW.
Black Silks.
B'ack Satins.
Colored Silks.
Sarah Bilks.
Colored Rhtdmas Kilk, 93c; sold
everywhere f ir $1 25.
Colored Matins 25, 50 and 75c
per yard.
White Iad'a Linen, 9, 10, 12, 15
and 2i)n per yard.
Plaid Iudia Linen fthear, nice
quality, 10, 124, 15, 20 and 25c
per yard.
TABLE LINENS.
Red oil tolors, 37J, 50 and (jc.
1! cache I Table Damask, 25, 35, 50
and 1.5c.
Crash Tjwoling, 5, 7, 10 and 12c
All the leading brands e' 10 4
Bl -ached Hheeliog, 22 and 25.:.
10 4 Br iwn Hht-eting, It) and 2 tc.
5 4 snl 0 4 Pillow Casing, 10
and l!)c.
All the-bftt rnuk-s of 4 4 BloacLcd
Domenio at 7 acd tM.
100 pea best Hhiitinir Calico, 53.
100 pes yard-wide Shirting Per
cales, 10.
100 yard-wide French Per
cales, 12Jc.
Buying goods for cash and
selling them out at small p-odts
is the secret of Hunter Bros.'
success.
Come and see our
NEW H08IERYI
HoIery for gentlemen in cotton,
lisle and silk.
Hosiery fot ladies, in cotton, lisle,
and silk.
Hosiery for children in cotton,
lisle ard silk.
HANDKERCHIEFS I
Chiidrr n's Colorad Bordered Hand
kerchiefs f ir"5c.
Ladies' Linen Hemtii'hed Hand
kerchiefs, 10, 12l.l5,20aud2'ic.
Ladieu' white cape ccliars,5aad I0u
New Ribbons!
Now Gloves!
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS!
Unlanndried Shirts, 50,05, and 75c.
We a-o solo amenta for the An
chi.r Shirt, the best shirt in the
world, and cotitrol tho entlro pro
duit.oa of the mnnufjiturers.
5000 PAIRS LCE CURTAINS!
Lsce Curtains, 75n, $1, $1 50 aud
up t) f'-i) ptr pair.
Ebny C.irnlco r.ilos, with brass
trimmings, for 50c.
Special bargains in Boys' Shirt
waists, 22, i5 and 60c.
Sppc'al bargains iu Ltdics' Muslin
Underwear.
Speninl barginB ia Joisey Jac'tete,
50c and $1.
All the la'eit novelties in Jer
seys can be seen in our f uit-room.
nrTEis itit(.v.
Rubber fitaiiipsi at ileberlliiu'sj.
To All HulTercrs of Heartburn.
F. A. Raadle, i-f the Drummonil
Rjtiillu ToSacco Company, and manu
facturers of fie "Kattle Kin" and
"r-'quare Mel" tobacco, of Alton, III.,
writes as follows:
Sol Coleman : ,
I have bsen uiing your cclebri'ed
Ko-ko Tulu for the last six weeks,
and now find that I am entirely cured.
Very respectlully, . a. bandlb.
O. S. Ellis inovrd totHH .VJaln.
Itrnudt'it Fnrnltnre Ilotioe,
At No. 228 Main street, is tho plitco
where every one ean bo suited, pro
vided furniture is wanted. Goods are
sold for cash, or on weekly or monthly
payments. Everything is new, and
all the pretty styles are to be found
there. Brandt's is a honso where the
necessity for low prices is understood,
and the goods are otfered as low as
anywhere in the city.
N. L.EVY;
TRUNK MANUFACTURER,
Sit Mala Street.
Rabbrr Stamp at Ilaberllnc'.
The Cottage Gallery,
At 40 and 51 Beale street, does an ex
tensive business at all times. All the
new and pretty styles of frames can
be found there, and the picture-making
ia done at lowest pricee.
Tetepbaae Ellin for Btcnella.
Laylirne'i Orand Frenoh Millinery Sprint
OpeDinf.Tbnrsday. April 15th. Ever Nov
lty will beeibibited.
APRIL 4, 1SSG.
II. LOWEXrVTEI at imS.
DRY GOODS BULLETIN.
NEW AHKIV.4L.
We Will Place oa Exhibition aad
Sale Monday Moraing Oar
Second I ni portal loa of
Embroideries.
The very latm4. deoigos iu Cam
bric, Mull and Nainscok. The
moat ecoaomical buyers will find
what they want. Prices range
from 2o op to $1 per yard. No
such values in Embroideries were
ever offered by anybody hereabouts
(ourselves included) before, and
we are positive that our prices are
fully 25 per cent, below any house
in the city.
HOUSE FURNISHING t;00DS.
Our stock ia this department is
always complete, and our prices
are the lowest in the city.
Note the Bargains that follow.
100 dozen All-Linen Hand-Looni
Towels, 22a42 inches; sold else
where at $3 50. We ofler this
lot at $2 25 per doxen.
20 pieces All-Linen Bleached
Table Dauiank, lit inches wide,
extra special value, at t5c per
yard.
100 Ciochet Quilts, full 11 4 wide
(all we have left); will clo-e
them out at 95o par yard. .
WASH FAU1UCM.
WASU FABRICS.
This department represents all
that is New and Stylish in both
K..riirn anil AmRrirni Fiihrtcii.
and we distribute them at a very
until advance above C'jtt.
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
Bargains Worthy of Yuur At
tention. We oil'sr tao ccses French Fin
ished Long Cloth Bookfold
(something new), at $2 25 por
bolt of 20 yards.
Tbrie caes splendid 104 Bleached
Shett'ng st 22)c per yard.
Three cases Soft 4 4 Bleached Do
mestic at 7c por j ard.
CARPET DEPARTMENT.
The Lai gent Iu the South.
Confined Styles and Superior
Styles of
JOINT LESS CHINA MATTING,
IN
NINGPO, KOHTClIOl,
LIN TEN AND
DAMASK WARPS.
ii.roHr.r.sir.ix v mtos
V.H, Elli iiivrdto3ll tliiln.
Wniited
I'rult Coul iiiul Iron Bonds.
Taxing-District Bonds.
Cotton Exchange Itomls.
Ma.nmic Temple Bonds.
Shelby County Boiuls.
roit HAI.K.
Merchants' Compress 8 ock.
Wu handle all the iliU'crcnt inveNt
mcnt and ntlier st'curitii'M.
MfNIMTTAN BAVlNdS BANK AND
TRUST CO.
Coupee, Ioa- Cnrla. Vlllane t'arla,
Tnudvm Harness at.J. W. I'xtera A
'.', SOeHerond slrset.
itio in y, Api ii i, issn.
Aiiuoiiiicemeiit rxdaordlnarj.
Cause d by the great strike in th"
K inter n marlio'seraMes us to place
$.'5,000 worth of goods at less than
nmiiiifa'lyto ciM'. Note carefully
the f liowing prices:
Drees Goods. 10.) pes brocade,
all hhades, 5j, worth 8c; 1(10 pes
English cashmere, wool, all shades,
9', worth 15c j EOpes dooble-wtdth
cat-bmerp, wool, all shades, 18 c,
worth Mj; 25 pes double-width
dehepe.wcol all shades, 18c, woith
30c; 50 pes double-width brcctde
lutiiiitre.all shades, 25c,worth 40c ;
10 pes all-wool canvas cloth, all
shedts, 45c, worth 75c; 20 pes all
wcol cat h inure croise, 50c, worth
8c; 20 pes double-width albatross
cio'.h, all shaes, 60s, worth 85c;
25 pes single width albatross cloth,
all shades, 18J", worth 30j.
White (JooUh. 76 pes corded P.
K. at 4, worth 7jc; Opes check
muslin 5o, worth 10a; 50 pes niar
seilles 7jo, worth 15c; 25 pos plaid
mull 10c, worth 20c; 25 pes plaid
mull, be'.ttr qna'lty, 12)c, worth
25c; 20 pes plaid mull, cream, 15c,
worth 30c; 25 pes wbito and cream
mull, 10c, worth 20c 25 oca white
and cream mull, extra tine, 12 j 2,
worth 25c.
5 JO pes red oil calico at 5c; 25
di is black jerseys 50c, worth 75c;
25 dos ecljred jerseys 6. C, worth
75c; 25 dcz silk finish braided jar
Bfyd 75c, worth $1 25; 25 dcz deep
sial'op and braided jerseys $1,
woith $150; 100 dcz bath towels,
10c, 15c and 20c, worth double : 25J
dcz ladies' printed handkerchiefs
from 5c up : 100 pc 4 4 bleached
dnmettic, si ft flulsh 7c, worth 10c;
50 pes 10-4 b'en ;het) and unbleached
shHHting 15c. worth 2 Jc; liaen laces
at 15c, Sbe, 25e and 3jc per dozen
yards ; aNomplete line of Egyptian
aad Oriental laces, jaconet and
Swiss embroideries at prices that
d fy convjeftlnn. Pach and every
customer will be presented with a
bancUome hand-painted breastpin.
L. BAUER, 113, 113, 115 Bealst.
Haudsome, Substantial, Cheap.
This is what is claimed for the boots
and shoes at J. M. Hill & Co.'s, 338
Main street Nobody knows more
about the business or more highly ap
preciates tin necessity for carrying
largj varieties of substantial goods,
and nobody cau sell cheaper. Take a
lock at the Block and yoa will buy,
JC. S. CUIUi aaovrd ! 86ft
SEND
AS ORDER
A.3VirIainW OP PANOY SHITITING.
With telf Mesturlns Cards, sent by nail en ai'.Iic.iti..n. Ynn psi Kiv a r f Shirt
mad byean ling as an old un tu maur by. WlUIa, iVK Ol.lt tElthJi.
HEHPfflS STEAM SHIR'S! FACTORY,
r. ( AirRrl l..
roprlevl
tara.
Jl'taa UlltltH,
Memphis Steam Laundry,
224 SECOND STREET. V
W bay th Latest Iini roved Troy Laundry Company's Machlpiwy.
( OM.iUS CVFFM HDtl NIIIUTS l.riniitlrlel i:U4o Xew.
CALLS AND DELIVXIUK3 FREK. WORK CAN DE SENT DY MAIL OR EiKESfl.
LA CntTAINN A NPECf AitfY.
C.EKIIEK at- MKTTK
Special for nett week. Fifteen
hundred pieces of
HI I.Laad CAWIIHIt ri.UI Si IN K
TI ilia a lot o odd pier-es boniiht
Blaaai'iiiW. Will srll them with
a small a.lvanre on cost. Ladits
needing embroideries can't stford
t) let this opportunity pass.
TOKCIION and MKl'ICA LACKS.
In tl-.it line we plr.w a bfiiutiful
tt8!rtiuentat p-lces that defy com
petition. LA 1)1 EH' HAN DKEIiCll I KKA
Our sb ck is itiw complete. We
show laiger assortment nt:d btttcr
styles than ever belo'e.
URKSS li001S! DKKSS UOOll
Complete Mock. All the lalott
novelfcs, ranging fn in l'JJc to
i 1 50 per yard.
A CALL SOLICITED.
a:itiu:ut mvrrr.,
J7 Main atreet.
Plumbing aud Uuh I'IIIIiik-
Smith .t Mctjrath, No. lO'.l I'oplar
street, are ex)M'rieiu(ed and practirnl
workmen, oinployiug only competent
men. They give prompt attention to
orders and give Hatisfai'tion to all who
npprecints good work. Their tele
phono is 7111. Call that number when
you want plumbing and gits llttiug.
Mlenrlllaa MnHerllnff'N.
Such a Screaming Lot of
l!nr,raiin In
SEW Sl'IMXti DltEiS UtlODS
AT.
(.OLUSIliril'N
THIS WEEK:
HO pes co.uhiuatioit canvas cloth
soilings, stllitc; worth fiflc,
20;) pes invisible rhfck wool nun's
veiling, worth 2m:, for 12Jcayd.
CO pes, all new shales, Albutros,
worth 75c, fir 4'u a yard.
100 in' gray debege, worth 15c, a'
10i:a yard.
50 pi e, all new sh.tdi m, suiting,
wo;th'U0c, lur 111: a yard.
30 pes all wool dvbege, worth 75c,
at. 50c a yard.
1 rase plain f.ncl tignred cheeeo
eloth at 5c a yard.
20 pes wash pophns, lit 5c a yard.
WHITE UOOIIH DEPARTMENT I
We have received tho 1 iti s',nov
eltieH in Embroidered Kohes In
Itoxis; also a full lin'i of Check
Mulls and ind'.n Linen inall colore
This week we will soil 12 yatdj
40 irrh Victoria Lawn for ft.
1 cane of Chetk Muslin at.7Ji;;
worth 12J !.
oINHI yards short ends Drees Ging
hams nt 5 and 7Ji: a yaul;
worth 15c.
;10 pis of our Tmkny Had Calicn
at 5e a yard,
leaner! Turkny Red Table Hi
imnk, woith CO;, for l!0.: aynr.l.
THE BARGAIN'S ov tiik DAY
will be f iiinil at
(.(IJNM1TII'N.
Ihiiliioiit Triiat-lorN,
Who have been all ovur tho civilized
world, are surpr.Hed and deligbb-d
with the table of the IVnbody Hotel.
The quantity, quality amf preiiunitioii
of the food niiiMt pleiwi- all who par
take of it. Tne l'eaboiiy has been
vastly improved during the past few
months. 11 is managed in a manner
that ran he found at only the leading
hotels. It is conveniently located for
business, and all the attaches endeavor
to please its patrons.
NtenrUlatr al liHbrrllna'e.
Coal.
In order to Introduce the Alabama
Hplint GW. in this market, it will be
delivrrd at 3o: per barrel iu city limit-.
It has no snpurior.
i M. FAlTERBON k CO.
Telephoae 551;.
Irunks Keealred and Covered,
AT
S. LEVY'H TRUNK FACTORY,
818 Main Street.
FiuiNhod Marble.
Large stock (ornate at reduced prices,
corner Adams and Second trets.
FIKIHCH MARBLE WORKS.
Victor D. :Fu'bVM Market,
39 and 41 Jefferson street, is prenared
to furnish Sunday breakfast ana din
ner tables with choice dressed tnriteys
and chickens, Havannah river shad,
red snapimrs, Keelfoot lake perch,
oysters, celery and all kirn's of fresh
meats. Prompt delivery of all pur
chases. Klegant IMctiireM.
All who have examined the beauti
ful photographs made by Dingham iV
llillunl are, aware that the work 1
these artists will compare favorably
with the best in the lun J. The pictures
always please, simply bicause they are
as correct and as finely finished ox it i::
possible for them to be,
BY MAIL FOR
221 bTCOXD ST.
UtLKJIOLS NKUV1CCS
H ill Be Held To-Day ar the Tarlaa
hiirrliea al the llonra aTaoaexL
.Si. Mnrt'i farWrnt Poplar street ftar
Vires at 7, K.3j and U a.m., and :St .d.
Omrfia Mrf MrlhoHiH. Tbe Rev. O. D.
Moure, I'ustor 1'rearlilnc at 11 a.m. aad
7 :-tll i.in.
Cfnirnl .WriiiiKii.r tVittrck. L'uiea atraet.
.rrvii-i'S at 11 n.'n. hmI K ii.ui. K. U. Me
llon, li. II., imstur.
NuNd.itM'l i hurrh.'yn. 2Ti Tb ird atraet, be
tween Ji-lCerson and Court. rfertiea at 11
a.m. and 7: p m,
.V.7f,r's Utl, run Pifkmnc -Th Key.
fl, I,. KnMii, Ilia licalina eyaaireliat, will
preuob al 7:.0i.iii.
l fiaoi(it. Ciirner of Second aad Pen
lar streets, the Key. b. . 8 tel, pastor,
l'rcui'liing ut II a.m. and a t ui.
LenHffliral Luthrra trinity Cawroa tOtr
mnn) Wiuliiuicton alreet. betwnen Thtrd
and Fourth. vSorvioe ut It) : :U a.ea.
Sfcond Prrhytrin. Corner Main and
Ilcnle streots. Sirviie at II a.m. aad7:3S
in. by the Kerv W. K. Uoajs, aatr.
Hrrt "rnskvlan. Corner of Third aad
I'oi'Ur streots. birvloes at II a m. t ad S
j.ui. by Ih iatorKey. Kunue baniel,
( ri.(m Ckurch. turner of Linden and
Mil I harry strets, tbe JKe. J. B. liriney,
I'sstor. Prcacbing at ui;:io a.. imI 7
p.m.
lntral Bnpti.. Second street, near Bl.
Freai'hlns: at 11 a.m. and at 7:) p.m. by
the Key. Ueorie C. Meedbaia. All seats
free.
Oumbrrlnni PrtbyUrinn. Ooart street.
Horvioes ut 11 a. in. and 7:,V) e.aa. by ah
Hov. II. A. Jones, oaator. taoraajeatal
servtoe after morninc soriuon.
CAnrr of (As Good Sknihtrd. Hill street.
Cholsea. Serrliws at 11 a.m. and 7:44 p.
in., the Hey. K. O. Young, meter, baerl
service fur men Wedneailny at II u m.
Alabama NtrtM Prtibylertn ('AerrA. Cor
ner el Alabama atreol and Jonee ayenu.
Horvloea at 11 a.m. and S p ia. by tbe
Key. James L. Martin, U Il paatnr.
tint 'iiutisl. "'ervioes at 11 a.m. by
the Hey. K. A. Venalilo, pa-tor. N eisht
sorvlre, nwlna to meetings at the Central
Hiii'tiet church. All sent' frees ail lavited.
Hernando Street Mrthodirt thmreh tTomer
hlnden and llernunilo. Preaching aad eom
intiniin services at 11 a.m. hote leas' at
7 : 4.' p.m., eunduoied by Dr. Doisroll, If H.
Wruiv t'liurrh. Corner Vanoe aid Lauder
dale stroots. Thn Her. (leo. Patter e a, D.
II., reiitor. MurniiU' oOliii-s ami eoititaanion
at 11 a.m. ; evening I rayor and aermea at
7:46 p ui.
.S'l.srtiurii Hull. 'H Senond slroot. Meet
ing :it :i n in., at which Mrs. Ih Wilson
Piirlur, daualiler ol E. V. Wit on, will lie
I r. stun ii ml give testa. 3e4ta Ire. All re
spectlully invited.
Atvry (A.irwf, A. .V. K. riant -Daioto
slient, near lloulo. 1'rnacbing by the He.
U. llimtisut lOa.u .inl H p.m. by the Her.
J. II Mnrlin, In theKnigUts of Lshors at S
p.m., communion. All invited; ae.iu tree.
I ilili lUcroil leleKrAiaa. 1
Lint ol undelivered telegrams re
inttining at tho Wotern UnUn Telegraah
Ollicc, New Uottoii Kichnnge Itaililiug. ear
ner Madison and hecon-l strueta. Olio
hours from 8 to 10:. 10 o'clock a.ai.. and from
tl to U n.in.:
Kilwurd CorrlgAn, K J Woods, 3
,1 h II Co, (ion Win-tun,
K'y. Ilerron A 11, Jo- S.ihltla llr'(Cu,
WNIIunt,' JNah -
J M lloiMliiinn, Mi s Thornton,
Viillcy 0)1 Mill Mrs Moore,
OJ 1(. snnp'aenler, MilliurnUin Co
M 0 V Snell, It I Hit tu ail k 8a,
lliliitliurne i Co, U lltmhoa,
Tiinn llrewing t'o, J h llnvnit, 5, '
I. nidi Co, OA lo-n en,
A I Knnpp, Miss. Mcadle,
A II I'linrose, K I, Kay,
C K nnenr, V, vl Jones,
M 1'iitierson, h C Tool,
A I. Vamliiiilierg, I ."unmlann k Oe,
J K Hinty, 8 A 11 .lenmea,
AtiiinrsonM y. (lover 0 8 0.
K llnilernooif, K I. Cuchrnn k 0,
It J Wioils.
C II llunnldK.
Mrs 1' li Kmneyv
J 11 liiosruat.
lllioun Ki lienor Ntenellaj.
--V-v
Luvigne's (Jrand Krencajtf Uliaery Spring
Oiivnlng, Thursday, April l.'.tb Kvory Nirv
oily will be eihlbltod.
.
I allien' asul Jeu' Kiull l Naal
tllKN, llrlillo- , He . al J. W. I'eter at
I'e.'s, !ISO Miilnslri'i-1.
HAII aV FUI'JUFUU,
Nos, W,l, 'VI and 171 M-tin Htrett,
Co ner of l'i'plar.
11 y a sut of curious chancis we
gi''l)lid up the entire stock ot
miuiid kiioJs from the ti e of Ar
nold, (lantor A Oo. with the all
powa ful motor ' casu" from the
uudeiwiileis. Prices (or tomor
row as follows: II 2.r), Eeurlalover-dr.s-i
llouncing, if I 25, co.'t t;ie
parlies $(1 per yard ; 10c, Spanish
silk guipure, lOV, 3 niches wide,
cot the ptrtios 40u per yarjj
bt-st red oil cslirw, 6o; 6c, etra
good bleached a'id brown dou e-tic,
fte; 10c, 12J , 15 ; Udies' tine stain
less hose, lftc; 'M; fi ieatbluck lisle
thread ho."e, 20c; lOi.fi ietf Wbits
nainnook plan's, 10 1; !5f, 3''c and
40v. beautiful check epring si k,30 ,
4lk10c, entir- l,n flue ro'o'ed
rpriitg alrt eas.ICo Kahn A Fre berg
alBo pfcn hined entire stock slight
ly ila iiaW d i-oi.ds from Helena fire
IJnei s , 10;; giPRhams, 5e, 6i
tnd 7c; -li nest border Landker
chlefs, 5cV':l early.
H lll.V 'IA FHI IllKUtk
Hot. 1(19, 171 aVd 173 Main ttreet,
Cprnel Poplar.
Lavlgne's Orlnd Prcnek nil inery Bpriaa
Opening. Thar lay. Aprilth. Hery Nov
elty will be e.JiibiUd. 1
V. m. Klllafiuav! SO Mniu.
The IremaiKl
For good Iirnituro and strung, lasting
carpets a ittinues at the big store of
MiU'liell t liryson, where there is an
immensestock. The proprietors are
aware tliRt in these days goods must
be sold fi very small protito. There
never Ji a timo iu tho history of
Mctnplrlif when there was so much
pretty linitnre for sale at very low
prices In buying carpets' alwaya go
to tte Jouse where they keep good
line forjKale.
r-riifini- t'l!isir.rNiral!f.
l.nnit f 'i tlmud Preooh Millinery :ng
illieii'r fLur-1 ir, April 15th. Every Sot
oitv itd. "i eAtuo'Via.
I
Bill- mv f-a to Mlaiji
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