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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1886.
ASUSEMfTTS.
Knights of Honor
CELEBRATION.
Tfce 18th Ainlversary or the Knights
r Hoaor Will Be Celebrated at
ESTIVAL FARK,
Wednesday, June 30th.
Ticket! of ASmlealon), SOe. IjMlitat
The Musical Proeramme of the Knights oi
Honor Celebration will be M follow! :
1. Osiian Grand Male Chora! and Solo, by
J. Bescbnilt. "
2. Oood N ghtio'o quartette for male and
female to w (from Martha), Flotow.
3. The Heavens are Telling (raid choroi
, for male and female voices (from Crea
tion), llaidn.
4. Ode to the hhine trend male chorus, by
H.Mohr.
The following ladiei and gentlemen will
take part in the vooal malic :
Mine! Woodward, Rpeoht, flteinbreo'er,
Selaney, ttawiins, Thomas, Furoell, Uoe
pel, Hitsfeld, Ebeier.
Messrs. Hutton, Rlopelle, Peterion , Roe
oher. Strenli, Weirbach, Hepp.rt, Krekel,
Ilorbein, Kumpf, Zimmermann, Kilter,
Lou, Manas, James Hitter, F. Eberhardt,
Reies Uriffitb, Ryan. Chai. Kbcrhardt, i
Zimmermann. ...
-The Transportatlm Committee have
made arranrements with all the railroada
leadiog into the city to let half-rate fares
for all who wih to attend the Knlghti of
Ilonor Celebration. All country brethren
are oordially invited to be with naonthia
joyous ooctaioD.
P. C R03ER8, Chairman.
Lone Oor.nsMiTH Secretary.
REWARD.
DOO A larre black Newfoundland bitch.
The finder will be reward d by retum
Inf her In No. 8fi Kvcbarre street.
STRAYEI'.
BAY MARK MULK From C. F. Smith.
Horn Lake Landing, one bay mare mule,
about eight yeara old, fifteen handahigh;
mane recently triiumod. Bring to F. A.
Jones A Co.'. stuhle and he rewarded.
LOST.
OLD
RING One plain gold ring, in
V A a
lley between 69 Madison street and the
Clarendon UuWl. Finder will return to
Mrs. VY illia, Uantt Jt Patterson I office, and
be liberally rewarded.
FOUND.
LADY'S HAND-HAG Owner ean hare it
by calling at 160 Adams itreet.
ANEW PROCESS For making old eol
lara and cuffa look new. l-ee advertise
ment of Memphis rUearn L.nndr..
PEhSONAL.
E
C. A. addre.a F. A., in strict eonft-
. denoe, No. 1 Broadway, New York,
TBK IDE A That eollara and oufls cannot
be re-laundried to appear equal to new
work. See Mem. his Steam Laundry adver
tisement for particulars.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor o' the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pomp. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone ftH. THQ8. CITBBINS.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
00M Splendid front room, with board.
eo MULcanii oi.
09 MS With or wit'oont board: terma
reasonable. 140 MAU1SUCT SI.
R
00MS AND BOARD Desirable rooma
and i.oard at 72 M idlson street.
ROOM 8 One large front room with bal
cony and one large back room with
larg dreesing-rrom, aud itheri as good ai
ean be found in the city.
75 UNION ST.
81. JAMES HOU8E-Cor.8eoond and Ad
ams ate. Room and board IS per week.
Day board H per week.
R'
OOM Furnl.hed room, with or without
board, at Ulf t.onrt strot.
B
OARD With excellent room,
124 ADAMS BiKKUT.
' NICK Rooma, furnished or unfurnished,
1 with or without board, at 137 Madison St.
TWO large unfurnished rooma, with or
without boardt at 6t) Madison street, oor-
aerTHrrl.
WASTED.
M
TJLBS- Fifty good mulei, Vli to 16
hands high, wanted by
J. L. UALL, 55 Union at.
P03ITION-By a &t clasi Wood Engrar.
er from t-t. Louist haremrown machine,
Can show samples of my work. K, Appeal.
s
ITUATION Ai eook by an experienced
white woman. Apply at mil onico.
M
ARKET or Delivery Wagon License.
Aiiurci Jr. tun ouiiie.
-T-ilBTNITR-Wlth IV 00 to 110.000. or will
JL give right party situation and salaiy,
with ieourity fir investment. Aoare'i
X, care Le'ter Carrior No. 4
"PROFITABLE employment for ladies at
i ineir nomas, .lowot unig. vu., i.imu
"I
iKLIaBLU PAKT-ithamall capital,
la. tn fak Aharre of a eood narinc and
I Well
established business. 25, Appeal office.
QrrOAriON To travel in North Alabama;
KJ best of reterencee fl aureus r , ion omce
-1-nVKBVHiil.V TU KNtivV That I will
XL) FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
.xtthut,d.,..or,ioU.A WE,S0N
243 Main sreet.
I ADY AGKNTS For Mra. Campbell's
XJ New " Tllter "a ri1tr, Bustle, Uoop
kirtand Underskirt combined. Hoopacan
be removed and skirt lanndried. Adjusta
ble to any site. Ve y fashionaole, and sella
for 12 to every well-dressed 1-dy as soon as
hwn AMtita iinnhle their money. Al'O,
a lull line of new furnishing goods for ladiei
and children. Address, with stamp, It. It.
CAMPBELL k CO , No. 1H4 Welt Randolph
atreet, Chicago, til.
2
FIRVJM'LAB-t PLUMBEM8
RUTLKDGB LAGORMARSIN0
G
OOD CuOUt Colored ireferred. Apply
at tne old tienow piece, naia.r are
T0 BUY A good paung GROCERY.
I Addr. .i6o0. this office
ELI. FtRNlSHED BlD-ROOM Willi
bath privileges; will pay a good trioe
for eometning nice. For an Interview, ad-
dress, care inn paper, a " upwi' .
-a ar AN Who a rood milker and under
IV1 T ill. ..u ... .
would taks inall family, ihe women to oook
wash and iron Aduresi
GARDEN, care Appeal
"A V EXPERIENCED COTTON MAN
X- Controlling good Kuropean correpond-
nce. lor a PARTNER; all Kastern and
Bouthern eon nee ionf made; business East
pastieason ten thousand bales; location best
town 10 AlSSISSlppt. HeiOrouoo. muun
and glei. Address S. B. S.,
car Hermitage Club, Nashville, lean.
O STONE CtlTTkRf On building work
O will cay good wages to No I nun: none
othen need apply. F. QU'GUEY,
Hi Ma n street.
Tinnu P.. ,.nt. I.k ,,r Juiv. furrished
Xti room, with or withoet board. Addresi
J , Appeal office,
IjVEKYbOD To cail and see the cele
? brated Gypsy clairvoyant, at li7 Third
Itre -. . ... pitr.
51'brCi-I"1 embroidsry and art needle
gnperviHion ot y saa,nel May. A'l the
newet ityln j,tiT, fancy work and
matenalKampingrfi. .bl oldery u iat
MAN to take aa office-j-,. ,; ,
Am...oreri M
cap Ul reou red Address with ,mDi BoI
" : w h..nr iirmna unii.r lUfl
. T ...... -
tJAbiririaj is every oiaie in ine i' tnn
p toretren.it a PAIST MANUFACTURE
(G ESTABLISHMENT saving several
t" oiALTies tnsurs popular ana easy aej.
iPf. Can be handled alone or in oonneoii, n
toiiltheT coods. AddtessTHK WM. J,
ti1-'1 w AICI'KO. CO.. BALTIVOHK. MP.
V yvjn LOOK At tre V.mphil Hiei
Lt?Widry d. and If to keep in aty
V UTi LOOK At tre Mimphii Hieam
A '"" '"ney with our AmrUnr
rboto nnint. and Mll.;K ran.;i.
t'E'nres to er ar. ,. ,e(.i . ao-u,,, fje,
01? 0' Ii yi V i J; -F o7te7horTx
. ch.nr'. Ml I.Fl-HI . Jew. ler. :v V. Z
H1 FEATV-nVTi
iu a:.k.ts m
irt.Ini.iio n5 S?.Jt. wrr-8
T'f
. ....... mt
' iJTte onlyir.n uine
v V V, m oroaoway,
New
norb srt, Cbifsyo,
, A tbll b'" V"? 'ct" B of th ontry
' A'eX'to a.o of ex pe-Hence capable of fill.
..V.'? "'y- J State e,Wn.nce, see
Qimited), fiil ErsaJwav. XI. V .j tnn...
P0UDER
Absolutely Pure.
IHII IUWUOI UB 1,1 . ... . a -. w v.
parity, strength and wholssomenees. More
irvt. - j . ..u. a a
economical .Ban me wruinarj iuu. iuh
oannot be told in competition wl'.h the
multitude of low teat, abort weight alutr or
phosphate powdere. Hold only meant, Roial
pATTn Pnwn.n Co.. '"'' 'V"V
AUCTION SALES.
FUKXIiURE AT AUi-TIOJf.
Od Wed need ay Morning, Jane SOtb,
I 10 o'clock ahnrr, all the Furniture,
consisting Chamber Sett, Parlor Set, Dining-room
and Kitchen Outfit, Carpeti,
Rugs, in fact, all the Furniture of the
fashionable boardinghouse, at 75?alane)
treat, will be anil at public auction.
Executor' Sale As Execntur of the
estate of the late Mrs Knte Donnelly, 1
will sell to tbe highe.t hidder, for ra'h, hor
BOilHEHOLD andPKHKONAL EFFECTS,
at 307 Poplar street, Tudiy, Jelly ,
at 10 o'clock a.m . .
JAMFS RE1LLY, Executor.
A. M. Pt'ddard AnM on.rr
FOR NALE.
HOUSE With 7 rooms, on Madison at.;
part cash, balance in monthly pay
ments. Addreaa immediately.
iv . Appeal ounce.
LAND Traot of timbered land, near pro
po.ed line of Iron Mountain Railroad,
Smiles from Memphii. Address at once,
A p., tini om ce.
YOUNG SOW and 9 Pigs, ten days old, at
corner M Lemo e an . Hernando road.
C1OW8-P0NY-2 good acclimated milch
J oows one, a ha f Jersey; and a gentle
pony; can be reen at 140 Union str eet
C10WS Two splendid milk and butter
J Jersey oows. Also, a pair PEA FOWLS.
Apply at 618 Main street, or northwest cor
ner of Rayburn avenue and Jackson itreet.
i. l . JjUUU.
lOTTAGE AND LOT A BARGAIN
I Mnat desirable lot. 150x200 feet, with
nica eottag-, six rooms, stable, a oodhoufe,
servants' rooms, good cistern, and nice
fenoes; all ot tue improvements maae wunin
a year and as good as new; locality near
Poplar street, and in a favorite neighbor
hood, very near both lines nf treet oars.
Address P. C. W O'NEILL, ,
929 eeoona iireei.
QIX SECOND-HAND PIANOB-Atl50,r75,
J 1100, fizn, iou cam or installments
Alio, one ChickeringSiiiiai-e Grand.
38i Main street.
T7M,EGANT BRICK RESIDENCE On
I 'J Van ce itreet corner lot. Addresi
U., Appeal omce.
)IANO A fine r" no, mutt be told at
once. Call at m ueioto itreet.
f- KUCKEIHS, ETC Having concluded
It nij.f tUm mmii nrt nf onr bnainess
mx -tenti,.,, mtntth n i f4roeriea. Fixtures.
Drays and Mules are for sale. Anyone wish
ing to go into the eholesale grooary business
can secure a farvnin ny caning on
ECKERbY, STONE A CO.,
rflo. ant rtoni sireei
"VT0. 1 double surface matcher an i moulder
i combined, with telts and everytning in
So od working order, crieap inr eaao. aa
ress MATCHER. Coldwater, Mi-i. .
B
OARIiING-HOUSE AND SALOON At
140 P'ont, ccr. r:cnange. Apply mere,
o
LD PAPERS- Cheap, at . ,
Arris. aii vinva,
c
nriNTHV NRWSPAPKR Address
H w. babckSi Asniat.o uuy, nun.
i&tJAriWILL BUY a new bnslneif for
tDZUU the state of Tennessee. Ala
bama, Missouri or Louisiana, to make large
caan protlta at once; a monopoly iuny pro.
teoted. Parties wishln a good business ad.
dress MAM rA'.XUttKn, tnis omce.
A TNBWPORTNEWS.VA.-lOOOIota.oOO
. . r . a A mM full
a. A. water tro v, . leei aeop. xor iuii
tn w . nv . u
iniormation aoaress in. a. vmhi
47 Lexington street, Baltimore, Md,
FOR RENT.
HK new and nice Wiltnn Cottage, on
Waldran avenue, ann otner rnsiaenoea
L B. EATON. 12 Madison.
R
R'
OOMS Single tr en suite.
Al t& uourt strvev.
OOMS Two or three at 331 Union itreet.
wood location.
i ROOMS and kitchen, furnished or unfur-
1 nished, at ijs tlernanao it. ; reierenoe..
H
OUSE jfurnhhed or unfurnished :co-
R'
OOMS-At
283 POPLAR ST.
QMALL HOUSE-Well furnished, large
k7 shady yard, nice garden, ipienuiu neigu
borhood, desirable terms. Call 4 1 to 6 ip.m
365 MlHBlMblPPI AVENUE.
R'
OOMS With privilege oi oooking stove,
at Mo. us tiinaen street.
M
Y RESIDENCE-499 Vance itreet, from
the lit ot oepteuioer. jw
DR. OVERALL, SA Main it
H
OUSB 75 Adams itreet, corner Third,
from JUiy lai: eigaieen rooma.
JNti. V- UtJKKlW, 1 laoison n.
R
OOMS A luit of rooms in Maionlo Tern
Die. Apply to Bun r. rmts.
H
OUSEcl 318 Poplar itreet and 136 Ala
bama lireet. ibiiwire
. Ji:HN REED. 320 Poplar it.
R
OOMS Furnished, single or en suite, at
13 Madllon St. IWI.reoees reqnirea.
0U1E 392 Court itreet extended. Ev
XH . JJ, iHlllflBlv.'i wi PTOumi
"tOTTAQE With seven rooms, near itreet
oar line, av w vi
kjT0REHOUSE-No.il Union itreet, with
" MW 7e. MKACHAM.
nOTTON-SHEp-Corner of Union and
xnira srreis. j. n. m anvunu..
TDEBIDENiiE Ftr three er lix months,
t. : l I - iL.t,Ar VnrlNmith.
Ark., with or without furniture. Brick
house with ten rooms, in the most desirable
part of the city Good well of water and
f : . ii. . L. I . k..t fn,n ih.il with
gas; near etree'-car line; every convenienot
ot a noma. ...
I.i Brnilh. Ark.
OUSE A new double-tenement honse,4
rooma on each tide; nioely finished;
large yara ; in iwi, n otuibuihu"..
hais avenue, uooa eiaiern Appiy w m-n
r. . . , ,1 .
It. vuinian. 1 ti m i,nr.w. -t.
J.F lOLST&BBO.,
a unu, ti uuiui At
820 MI K8T.,nEl!FHIS
AFrLL at 1 complete stock of Wood and
M-tiI!io Oases and Cekoti, Cloth-Covered
Caskete isd Cnrial Robes always oi
band nr.yrderi by talerrai'k promptly
61. U.
O. H.H0LST HBO.
'V I
r-, o: 4&&4$3L
M5KX AND C0SPAST.
Tomorrow there will be a chance
for everrbody to get bargaiDi that we
can ea'ely tay were never equaled ex
cept, paaeibly, in a large city under
like circumstances. Tbe story can be
briefly told. We (re going out oi
ladiei' and children' ready-made
d rentes. We can nee the space to btt
ter advantage ;at all events for reasons
satisfactory to ou'selvar, we will bid
good-bye to all ready-made dretses for
ladies and children. Tbe public know
tbat we are not in the habit oi doing
things by halves, therefore your ereit
ect anticipations oi genuine bargains
will be more than realised.
OVER 3000 GARMENTS IX AIL.
Including white moll, white lawn,
lace, cahtner?, cloth, ta'eeu and a l
other iaehicntble materials fcr ladioa,
miss's and children.
THEY MUST BE SOLD.
A FEW PRICFS QCOIEU.
At Jl 75 One lot of white embroidfr?d
tulle, 2tj(J ytars, reduced
from 14,
At fl 50 Lailics' while lawn suits,
formerly J 4 60.
At f2 90 -Misses' while mite, beauti
fnl new styles, reamed lroin
Sti 50.
At 3 10 Ladies' handsome new styln
India linen suits, I jruurly
4ii 50.
At 3 00 Misses' superb embroidered
luits, reduced Irom ifs ou.
At S5 25 Ladies' whit9 mils with em'
broidercd yoker, lormeny
) 00.
ALBO-
150 eleeant mull, lace and One fin
broidereu euits for ladies, misees and
children, marked down thus:
t25 00Boititoll2 00.
liidOUBUlTStrtSlDlU
10(H) sails to (17 50.
All in all there never wasro Impor-
ttnt a sale of useful goods offered the
peop.e of Memphis.
Ollt PKlllvan'a ninnlmm ami lawn
ore's' B, tl ou ana - uu, reaucuu
4 -,
1 Kn T aitiu' fillVi onrl raalimiIA Bllllff.
Usliur UlSUr, rtuutcu HI uiiu iuiiu
.i.. a '-..;. i . tin
250 Ladies' cued mere and serge dres-es
i 1 1 . A- r . I )
mergeu uown tu ) ou, luimenj
On1 T .rl.nn' nnMfn il-aoDCH n! aPKQ
ana new Biyie wrappers ai i.u
eacn jusi uau price.
Vonna ran fool til at it wnillrl ha
impossible In th s epice to mention a
titne ox wnai we nave in reaay-maua
, i a
arcssee, du
REMEMEER ABOVE ALL
that we ara going out of that branch
cf bosiness, tnat we must mm every
ready-made dress in the houss and
that price is not tne qnestion.
TO MAKE THE SALE COMPLETE
we have also placed on pale at the
si me reduction as aoove, lor tne sen
tfit of all who intend traveling
tojourning at watering plascs or at
seatide resort,
All oar Botsele Jackets,
All onr nxilnna Welirbt BaKlaai.
All onr I'.arly Fall NcwanarkeU.
All oarSprlnsT Wrap.
At 13 50 All wool cloth Raglans, re
duced from i7 50.
At J( 50 Tricot cloth Newmaikets
reduced from 113 50.
AtH 75 Beautiful fine traveling Rag
lacs ana .Newmarkets, rc
duced from 125,
At ill 50 LadiV and mise' scarlet
bouche iacke's the very
latest novelty at Newport
and elsewhere reduced
from $13 50.
Again we wish to remind the entire
public tbat no words ean do justice to
this sale ;further, that all must be sold.
We will ie:erve nothing. The dressts
that came in the houss this month are
Dut in with the rest. It ia ft genuine.
bona fide clearing out sale, in keeping
with our standard oi doing business,
Yon need not fear that your neighbor,
because being better acquainted or
having a friend in the bouHS, can bny
cheaper. We have an honest system
of doing busmen',
BUT ONE PRICE FOR ALL
AMD TBAT IB-
Marked on Each Article ia Fig ores.
SOME NOTEWORTHY FACIS.
It will be refreshing to the ladles to
learn tbat even at this season, when
all comphVn toi dull business, we do
net forget tbat numbers always re
quire tbe best and thenewest. Tomor
row we open
Rire Novelties In White Goods,
New Canvas Franch CrinkUs,
New Fans and Parasols,
New Laces and Embroideries.
D RITES FOB TOMORROW.
All linen towels, washed buck and
loom damask, 9c; worth zOj.
Triple plate castors, 5 cut bottles,
S3 98: worth 10.
Large fruit plates, hand painted,
75c a set.
Embroidered lamp shade, 15c, ra-dnct-d
from 75c.
Bleached domestic and eheeting
marked low.
Counterpanes and damasks reduced
MESSES ASD C0MPA5T.
MENKES AND COHPAXY
JU8T RECEIVED
600 flECES COLORED WIDE
IJtBBCIUEBV,
Something entirely nsw. Em
broidered on Canvas CVth, Sateen,
Mull and i-ciu trepa i.U marked
at
UNUSUALLY LOW PRICKS.
These goods being anovelty should
attract the attention of all
fashionable ladies.
A GREAT DBIVE
WASH DRKfiS GOODS.
20e Linen L'.wrs, 12Jc
25c Linen Batist., 16c
40c French Organdy, 2"ic
25o Figured Sateen', l'-'lo.
25c White Persian Moll. 14c.
20c Plaid India Linen, 12Jc.
AIJIO
200 pieces new Cream, White,
Black and Whits and Colored
Crinkles, all at popular prices
Lidies, don't fo'get tbat we keep
tbe bpsi made in
Ladles' and Children's Shoe',
and we ire giving splendid bar
gains. Spring-neel shoes a specialty.
We have such an abundance o'
intsrt siing matter tht we almost
forgot our bilks. Tomorrow
BEAUTIFUL SASH 81 LK 50o,
Farther reduclionn thronghout
the stock. W have t)0 many
Eilkaand
(io They Mutit-Tkla Week.
It wou'd 8tir,lan ordinsry penon
from New i ork or unicago
to ate our
LOW PRICES FOR SILKS.
Pangea Going For Alniott a Song.
MENKEN AND COMPANY
CI HAND KXCUBSION
From Memphis to Topeka, Ko.,
Tnl 4 1RSR at 4 nVlnrk n m.. wilhont
cnanue oi cam. oy way vi ct, i-oui
and uie lion Mountain roau.
$10 fur tan ROCSD TOIP.
Tickets good for twenty drys. Sold at
, ttira ai.fi imaviiiA anil naHiiviiif
depot, A through aleeptr provided
HUNTER BROS.
Illg Drives Tomorrow.
10f0 dra Indies' Printed Br-
der;d Ilumet tcbed Ilankerchitfs
At fte.
1000 dc Ladies' Lintn Handker
chiefs
At ' ,e.
1000 dn Ptarl Dress Buttcni
At Se.
500 doz Lace Mitt l
At H'c.
500 Dct Silk Gloves.
At a.
Will bny choice of 100 pes Figured
Lawns.
Will bny choice of 100 prs isphyr
suiting, 30 inches wide,
loe
Will buy choice of all our Crinkled
(Seersucker.
lie
All our 33-inch Colored India
Linen Checks.
TRUNKS!
All our trunks less thin cost thia
week.
Xe
For Printed Jackone's; worth 25o.
s
For Chocked Nainsook.
MONDAY.
PARAI?OLSI PARASOLS!
Regardless of Cost Tomorrow.
LACE8I LACES 1
At Gieat Bargains Mondiy.
White Goods! White Goods!
Ladies do not be misled.
HUNTER DUOS.
Will match anything in the coun
try In the way of wnite oo:s,
both in price and quality.
7X
This week for yd wide India Linen.
A yard for 100 pes Whits Plaid
Mails.
S mm 78e
For Ladlea' and Misiea' Corsets;
worth $1 and 91 50,
ase
For Misses' Calico Dr arses tomor
row.
use
Will bny choice of 60 dos Gents'
Light Bat n Bear Is; worth 05c,
ase
For Ladies' and Children's Gaute
Vesta all tbe week.
7K
For Gentlemen's Whits Laandrie d
Drees Shirts.
HOSIERY I HOSIERY!
Big drive Monday in hosiery. La
dies, do not mite these bargaios, but
come and aeo. We shall exert
verv effort to supply tbe wtnts of
our fiisnda and patrons.
10c a yard for Nottingham Cur
tain Net.
18Je for 37-inch Damask Towels ;
worth 35c
10c for Turkish Bath Towels;
worth 20c Make an early start
Monday and get to
HUNTER BROS.'
Before They are Crowded.
I firmly believe no woman ssflored
more from female disease tbanl did for
reteral years. I had prolapsus of tbe
uterus and ulceration; also neuralgia
in its most violent form, so much
eo as to cause almost to'al blindners
and deafness; was confined to my bed
most of the time. I had tried many
physicians all to co purpoes. I beard
of B.C. Kelsay, th natural doctor, of
Memphis, maiiAgcd to see bim, placed
my st If under bis treatment, and in
four months he dismissed me well
and hearty, my hearing; md eight
being perfect, acl other troubles en
tirely cured. Words fail to express
my gratitude.
MBS. K. J. GILBERT.
JJcKemie, lenn.
B. LOWENSTEIN at BROS.'
DRY GOODS BULLETIN.
Without nnnecemry comment,
We invito yuur evieuuuii ev mo
many excellent bargains quoted
below.
The taiut an prt-tminent, and
are far below present market
pi ices.
SUIT DEPARTMENT.
50 Lull's' White India Linen
Suits at 13 25.
CO Misees' White India Linen
Suit", 12, 14 and 16 years, at f 1
each.
100 All-Linen Iinatera at 85c.
25 dia. beat Calico Wrappers at
95c.
25 dm. finest Percale Custom-
made Wrappers at $1 25.
10 dot. Uoiomi u:gnay uwn
Wrappers at $1 50.
25 dot. fine Caihmere-Finiihfd
Jerseys at tl 35, reduced from J 3.
PARASOLS! PARASOLS!
100 Ladies' 8 riped Coaching
Parasol", cacopy top, at 85c.
10 J Ltinea fine i'ekin Mripe
Caching Parsaols at tl 10.
60 Tan foulard raraaniB, can
opy top, deep lice, at SI 25.
otr ciuei Aii-Qiia ocihq duh tui
brellae at f 1 05.
200 Fine All-Silk Berg Snn Um-
brellrs, tine bandlee, at $2 25.
SILK DEPARTMENT.
At 100 a J ttrd, 20 pes Colored
Rave Hummer Hilks.
At 25t a jartl, 38 prs Ulnck
nd White, btriped and Checked
Summer S.Iks, (same goods con
sidered cheap at double the pries.
Every yard, guaranteed periectand
lies t orn all Haws, which are
UHuallv so obiectionabls in this
class of bilk Goods.
At 7 1 ac yard : pes),
a mi a nllAnHnne lot if KanrvKniim
and Checked Hammer 8 Iks, all
worth nine than tbreo times the
above price.
a. vaM m r..i.,n.1'.l
,11 AW " 1 ni ut m ri'iruii 11
Quality of 22-ioch Black Dress
burab Silk.
Only 150 Dress Patterns of
FINE BL1CK DRESS SILKS.
It It a well-known f set that the
creat advarct last season in the
raw material oi zo to m par cenr.
will naturally euett equally at
much the manufactured goods
placed on tne market tt is com.
Inn Beison, and in conse
quence of same we will give our
customers a tare opportunity
of eolectlna palter a ot merl mm
or ext a line grade oi lilack Dreis
Silk at 60 per cent less than tbe
raanlar trade price. We will post
lively only sell tne above number
of patterns at the reduced nice.
wnlcli win tie prepared in iresa
. i . ... , , .
Lenutbt speclauy lor true occasion
among which will be many lengths
of our cemhiati-d fure iye
O A (J II K Jl 1 ii 1! 1'EKflSU
T I O N N E ," the only silk made
that the dye is bo pure it lo-es 15
per cent, weight m tne dyeing pro
cess.
All Komnants of Riiks left ove
from latt week'a la'e we marked
fully 25 to 60 per cent, less than
former prices.
WASH DRESS FABRICS.
5J prs Batlits and Plaid India
linens, new pattern, cnoice ue
Miens, reduced to lQo a yard.
60 pes Hjlid French Lawne, oil
tne new, desi abie snados, rdduce
to 153 a vard.
100 net Uliolce l'atterns furore
Linen Ltwns, clean and fresh
goods, reduced f.om 20a to 12jo
varH.
- n vr i Ti I 1
20 pes utrge ana ineutum i iam
All B ack French Lawne. gojd
black, fait dyes, sold everywnere
at !Vc, reduced to zjo a yard.
We still bave a lew pieces oi
those handsome Mu Is. rich, nr
lieh goods, formerly sold at 45c,
reduced to 20c a yard.
30 dcs vorr choice anil elegant
styles oi neai r rencn uraaouies,
pa terns not iouna e sewnere i
tbis city, we nave reuucea in
line to 26c a yard.
HANDKERCHIEF DEPARTMENT
200 dos Whits and Colored Bor
dered Hemstitched All-Linen La
dies' Handkerchief, never sold for
lest tban 20o eacn at anv oi onr
past Great Birgain Sales. We have
now marked tbem at 10c each.
100 doi. White and Colored Bor
dered Hemstitched AU-L'nen La
dies' Handkerchiefs. Oar former
price for these goods has been 25c
to 35c. We nave reduced mis en
tire lot to 15o each.
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT,
We have an accumulation of
over 30O Remnants and Dress
Lengths, which we offer for tale
MONDAY MORNING, each piece
marked in plain figures, at priors
tbat will astonish those who are
potted on values.
BUTTONS ! BUTTONS !
60 gross Bone Buttons, 6c per
dozen.
100 gross Whits Pearl Buttons,
7Jo per dozen.
100 gross Metal and Jet Buttons,
10c Der doaen.
A email lot left of those Fancy
White Pearls at loo per dozen.
60 gross Fancy Metal Buttons at
25c tier doa-n. worth double.
1000 cards of Odds and Ends at
half price.
DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.
Great Bargains
3 cases 4-4 Soft Finest Bleached
Domestic at 6c
3 cises 4 4 Soft Finest Bleached
Domes' ic at 7)c.
6 caees 4 4 Soft Finest Bleached
Domettic at fije.
3 cases 4-4 Soft Finest B' cached
Cambric at 8c.
3caees4-4Soft Finest Bleached
Beat Cambric at 10c.
2 cases 7-4 Soft Sheeting at 14c.
2 rarfes 6 4 Soft Shreting at 15c.
2 cages 9 4 Soft Shooting at ltiAc.
3 ciS'S 10 4 Soft Si eetirg at inc.
3 cases 10 4 Soft Sheetirg at 20c
5 cafes 10 4 Sofi Showing at22jc.
2 CS-S No. 100 Best Berkley
Camb.ie, extra rpteUl, at 15c.
U.LOWENSTEIN& BROS
Second Week of the
GREAT REDUCTION SALE
(Before Stock Taking) at
GOLDSMITH'S.
ALL GOODS MARKED DOWN I
40 pea Drers Ginghams at 5c a yd
1 rase Crinkled Seersucker, 12
yds. for $1.
100 pes New Shirting Tercale at
8c.
Bleached or Brown Domestic, 20
yds for SI.
100 dot Linen Napkins at 60c a
doxen.
75 dot Large Towels at 75c a
don.
100 dot AU-Llnen Towelt at $1 a
doisn.
22 prs Turkey Red Tablt Damask
at 25c a janl.
ICO pet Short Ends Lace Curtain
at lTn a varil.
75 pes Checked Nainficok, 10 yds
fer$l.
25 Extra Large UarseillosSpreads
t2 50; worth $5.
100 Ciochet QuUU at ".
75 pes Victoria Law n t5c a yard.
2000 yds Short Ends Lawn and
Calicoes at '.'Jo a yard.
5(10 pes Slicrt Ends Press Goods
at 7Jo.
4ii pea Brocade and Lace Bunting
at 8 Jo.
30 pes Wool Nnn's Veilicg at 10c.
Jnst Recti vad 50 pes Latest Styles
of Full Skirts and Flouncing
Mull Kuibroldtrles.
All our Embroidered Robes in
boxes tt less than manufacturers'
c b', to clone tbem out, at
GOLDSMITH'S.
TV nM ami all. I nan knowlmrlv
rrcommond B. C. Keleay, the natural
iWtnr.nfiiiianttv.ua tiavinir cured
me oi tlie roost iutressing trouuio, in-
dlees'.ion and ulceration oi tne do ey
e's, ciiuing swelling o lame; alr-o of
nervnna and k'llimv trrublo. Aftir
yea's of Buffering and the failure of
other physicians, and the knowledge
that I was consUntiy growing worse,
lr. Keieay currn trie, aim i am now
hnnnv in the niiliivinnnt of health. I
commend him as truly worthy the
conlidence oi an enugnieu ponpie.
m tva. tj. u. rutin,
No. 1.11 Robinson ave., Memi'hls, Tenn.
TRAVELERS
Should Stop at the Pcabody, the most
conveniont and best managed hotel in
the South.
GERBER dc METTE
Will Open Monday
ROYS' S11IRT WAISTS!
BOYS' SHIRT WAISTS 1
Only a small quantity 03 hand.
50 pes Chocked Nainsook at Bjc.
25 pes Union Lawns at on oniy.
25 dot. Gento' Striped Balbrlg
gan Shirts at 50c, cheap at $1 25.
Gen's' Laundried ShlrtB, slight
ly soiled, at 75o; regular price,
1 25.
Parasols! Parasols! Parasols!
Our entire stock regardless of cost.
Mall Einbrolderloi, Embroideries.
Not wishing to carry anything
over, we will sell the balance on
hand at astonishing low prices.
GERRER A METTE,
207 Main Street.
Duy lloota and Shocx At
J.M.IIillcllCo.'a,
338 Main street.
I am thankful ii tay I an cured by
B. O. Keltav. the natural doctor, of
this city, of nerve and bone rhoumt
tism of several years standing. I was
treated by many other physicians, but
received no benefit. He alto cured
my son of mad dor bits. I most cheer-
ftlliy IttrfkmrnAnrl Kim.
MRS. MOLLIS QUARONENTI.
Thomas avenne, Hemphli, Tens.
ZELLXEB at CO.'S
Great Bargain Sale of
BOOTS AND SOOES
Will Continue This Week I
Goods will bs sold at the tame im
mense red net i n as pub
lished last week.
Now Is the time to 'av In a BIG
SUPPLY OF SHOES for
LITTLE MONEY.
A fresh shipment of Mikado or
Wigwam Rosrett Leather Slip
pers Just Received.
ZELLXER at CO.,
800 Main Street.
Orders from the Connlry Prompt
ly Filled.
COHEN'S BATS!
Latet Stile,
v.--. , 111,..
jsvni vumincBj
Lowest Prices.
219 Main.
WoSD'are Intrtequ te toexpre'ste
enOurins I have e dure I ai ninur 1-
5' a and catarn f r the les tn eirs.
was trea'ed bv seve'al endnont
pby-lcia-'B end had Hd remedies
recimmendcd, bn" r.c iv dnobo e-ti'.
I went tt B. O. Kel y of Memphis,
T-nn. He t Id nii mv t outiles. I
, lac d mys-lf in I h nils. I im
proved bo r p dly I could n:rf e'y be
lievit it, I am now emiielv rnrd. I
most chee-f'illv recomm nil him, an i
emestly advise all til ctd ones to
visit him ai"' ivei v core
Mild. LOU IIKNDKRf-ON,
Korrville, lean.
IlAbcrllDC Bobber. aumpe.SIO IM at.
RELIGIOUS SERYICES
Will Be Held Tday at the TaurletkS
tliavehM at the) Hewn staaeet.
Anntaai H-U.-X BeooBd itreet. MetW
Uf at 4 p.m.
Aerm tintMi. 'A. M. M. Carea.-Datote
itreet, near fieala.
tkrininn (7 err. Near corner er Vaace
and Desoto street!.
.1ilr ffnnrirf 'awrrA. Carolina Itreet. Th
Rev. L. W. Williams, pastor.
. AfWs Oukeetral Ponlar street. Ser
vice! at 7 aad 11 a.m., and t p.m.
Si. Ptirr't Roatoa CatkalU ( terra. H Ish
mass at 10 :Su a.m.! vesperi at 7:30 p.m.
Btamim Strut AWAodiw. The Rev. D. D.
Moore, pastor. Preavbinf at 11 a-m. aad
t n.m.
Strnnnm'tkurA. Union itreet. The Rev.
N. M. Lone, nastor. Services at U a.m.
and t p.m.'
ImmnnvAl I aurcl.-No. 2M Third street, be
tween Jefferson aad Court. Servioei at 11
a.m. and t p.m.
0mhrlanA PrMCvlm'na. Court Itreet.
Bervicea at 11 a.m. and t p. m. by the Hev
B. A. Jones, pastor.
t.V.f IWMibvtM.-Cornev of Third and
Poplar street. Kev. K. Daniel, D.D , pal
tor. Bervia at 11 a.m. and S p.m.
A7nM.iit LulAran Irinitv It.rrA (Ger
man) Washinirtiin street, between Third
and Fourth. Servloo at h):M a.m.
llrd Rnfirui. Services at II a.m. and
tilip.m, by the Hev. K. A. Venable, pas
tor. All seats iroe. All are invu.u.
H-rnnnAn Ulrttt MrlodiiA Lkurtn. Comef
Linden and Hernando. Rev. J. M. Spenoe,
pastor, l'rearhiui at 11 a. in. and S p.m.
(,rlm ( n-A. Corner or Linden ana
Mnlberrr streets, the Kev. J. II. Uriner,
pastor. Services at lU:Aa.m. and p.m.
Krrond PntliyltrUtn. Corner Mala and
Beale streeta. Service! at II a.m. and t
i. m. bj tbe Kev. W, a). Bonus, v. v., pai-
ir.
lmi.l R.mf,.!. Kaeand street. near Beale.
Prearhlna at 11 a.m. and atTito p.m., by
the Kev. A. W. Lamar, pastor. AH seats
tree. ,
S..r; Hfrrtt .VrfaoltMf Church ( h'Urn.
P..CT,.a at 11 in. be the Kev. W. L. Mol-
liV, and at :M p.m. by Ihe Kev. J. I.
Wifglaa, pastor.
iMiLirdnU NlrrM Vmftifrrxia Ctarca.
Corner Lauderdale and Ueale streets.
Preai'hini at II a.m. ami a:u s.n.srus
Rev. S. U.Caldwell, pastor.
Alnhnin SirtM Pmtmltrian Caere. Cor
ner et Alabama street and Jones avenue.
Korvioes at 11 a.m. and p.m. by the Rev.
J sines L. Martin, DD , pastor.
Uuw Ckurrk. Corner of (second and
Adams streets. Karly cuiinnunloa at 7 a.m.
Hervices at 11 a.m. and p m., the Rev.
Davis Besnums, rector, ofllcUtlnf.
fir.A M.ikruiiii Ckurtk. Union itreet.
R. 11. Miihon, 11. D , paatur. Hervloe at ll
a.m. bv the Ue. T. L, llo.well, pres ding
elder. Lova-foaat al 4 p.m. No service at
niaht.
Fir kftlkndul. Corner nrSeoond and rop
laritreeU Preaching at II a.m. by the Kev.
B. A. Hleel, 1). l., pastor. On anoount of
the feeple boalth of the lastor there will be
no set vine at nmut.
Oroc. Ckurtk Corner Vance and Lauder,
dale streets. The Kov. Oeo. 1'atter.on, D.
l., rector, (.any ooinminiion v i a.ui. i
mnrnlne service and sermon at 11 a.m.!
evening prayer and sermon at S p.m.
r'Kul t it. lm,d Sktvktrd Mill itreet.
Chelsea. The Kov. H. C. ioung, rector,
Holy Kucbarist at 7 a.m. i eervloei at 11
a.m. and H p.m. Tuosdiiy lrast of Bt.
Peter), the Holy Kiiohariat at ilila) a.m .
OIUIITS OF HONOR.
tirand t'elebratlon at Estlval Park
Wedmearlajr.
1n Wa.lnniilav next at Fativtl Park
the Knights of Honor will have a
grand celebration. A nunuier oi elo
quent speakers will be present, among
1(,.nnrtr B. V. Nelson.
of St. Louis, who will deliver a special
address, ine prograiniiio mer mo
speaiing will consist of rauMo and
I . D . i 1 1 111 1m
dancing, a iuii nraea uauu win ir m
tttondanco, all the city lodges will
unite to make It a gala day, and there
it ceitatn to be an ImmiriM crowd. .
SUNDAY CONCEBT. i
I Am Evening r.Btertnlmmeat ait Katl
al rark,
Beiutiful Kitival will be thrown
open trne to the public thlt af'ernnon,
when an open alrconcort will be given
to which everybody is invited. At
n'ght tho Davenport Hros. will occupy
the state In tho pavilion, giving a fliak
rate vaudeville performance.
i
Mortuary aeport. ' 3
Hfnrlalitw rannrt fnr the week ends
ing Saturday, Jane "U, 1880, at 9
o'clock p.m. i
Color.l Oaoae Death.'
Nam.
Set.
IS
Ch Kaufman
John Heed
rt K.h,.e
male
male
white prem. birth,
white deliram train,
white ohol. Inlant'iu
while hronohltis.
white dysentery.
white oonsuniption.
whit. cnnsuniDtlon.
female
female
female
fa in ale
Ch J It Daniels
hV Uuion
A New.om
H Bchulre...
H B.undora..
J boa Hunt
0 Morria
ChlA Jrlsby.
Ch T Travis..,
8 Fisher .....,
M Kigglni
A Darnel
E Moss ....
(1 Waler
II Owens
feiaiile
male
male
male
male
ool'ed consumption. .
ool'ed cbol. Infant' id
ool'ed whoop, enugh.
mil'.il aiinvul.lon..
fouia'e
female
fnmaln
noj'ed convulsions.
!col'fdbllious fever,
jcol'ed typhus lever,
ool'ed sepliuaamla.
ool'ed consumption,
ool'ed consumption. .
looi'ed oonsumpHon.
female
female
female
font ale
tProm hospital.
Distribution by Wards First, . 3;
Second, lj Third, 0; Fourth, 1;
Fifth, 0: Sixth, 1; Seventh, 4: Eighth,
2; Ninth, 1 ; Tenth, 3. City Hospital,
2. Stllli born, 2. White, 7. Colored,
11. Total. 18.
Q. 8. ORAVK8. M.D., Ueoretary.
ON 'CHANGE.
Thk friends of Secretary Heniy Hot
ter will regret to learn of the dea of
bis infant ton Henry, who died (;
night at 11 o'clock. tf
A LiyBavooL cable to Hill, Fov.
& Co., taid: "Manchester mrl
more favorable. The position of Ts
ton on Its own merits Is healthy. Ouis
best merchants think favorably of cot- 1
ton."
ADDITIONAL CITEES. '
LomsviLLi, June 28. Night Elver
falling, with 8 feet 6 Inches In thr
canal and 0 feet 4 Inches on the falls.
Business du'U Weather clondy and . ,
cool. Departed: Ohio, Cincinnati.
Oaifo, June 26. Night River 26
feet 2 inches on the gauge and falling.
Weather c ondy and mild. Arrived:
W. W. O'Neill and tow. New Orleans.
6 p.m. Departed: W. W. O'Neill and :
tow, Louisville, o p.m.
' Nsw Obibanb, Jnne 28 Night
Arrived 1 City of St. Louis, St. Louis.
Departed: U. P. Bchenck, Cincinnati.
CmciNWATr, 0., June 20. Night
River 18 feet n tbe gange and falling.
Weather threatening. Departed: Ohio,.
Memphis; Golden Rule, New Orleans.
The latter was detained since Wtdnea.
day.
Sr. Lours, June 26. Night River
fa lea 1 inch, and standi 15 feet 4
Inches on tbe gauge. Weather cool
and thowery, with pretty heavy rain
fall too'g t No arrivals of re.nlar
pt.kes Departed: City of New Or
leans, New Orleans; City of Vlcks.
bnrg, Victsbarg.
For tl-e last wei k tbe blurt hasbsen
lit pp with thre electric liuhts by
Ye'lowstono Kit, and night aftornght
fu ly 0,iHX) pe-ipl" h tve visittd bit
S'o. Iheiirt eJao is worth going
nii'ee tt ie, likewiss Herb Norman,
thi Sranish wonder in fact he la
he talk rf Mm town. Next week
Ye'loast-'n Ki will rive bin series of
e tun e, and tt e ord rful birds will
i trio in. K t will ulsi give evrT.
hariy a Inckv Japan te cherm, which
al irie will be Inducement cnouja to
draw thouuauds.
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