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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1886.
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(Bueceeiar to M
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
No. 38 MADISON STREET,
is In receipt of s larger,
lected stock of CASSIMEEES,WORSTEDS, SUITINGS
and OYERCOATINGS, (all
lions,) than was ever shown
stock comprises the choicest
and most d arable goods In gentlemen's wear.
jjgjr Samples and Prices on
who have left measures.
TAKEN UP.
ABE AND COLT Man had saddle on;
owner can nave same 07 proving prop-
crtj and payine- charges.
J. VAN HQWNK. on Treievant At
1'EKSONAL.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement rump. Contractor and brlok
layer. Telephone WW. THQ8. CUBBINS.
FOR SALE, KRNT OR EXCHANGE.
AGRANDNKW 8T0REII0U8E At Sur
rounded Bill. Arkamaa, the beat cotton
In I Utaia .ihla.n.a Inil.l from
Memphis and fiftv mi el from Little Book,
on the M. and L. K. K. K. Apply to
No. 11 ADAMS ST., Memphis Tenn.
Also, several Stock Kauchea in Urand
Prairie, Ar!iar-sa.
FOR SALE.
STOVES Hitifeld'a oil, fluid and gas
itoves, 18 different atylea, cheap, 2J3 Sec
ond street.
H0H8E Cheap; fine, large, verr stvliih
and speedy; snfafor a lady. 575 Main.
TIN Lot of tin, initaMefor roofing. Alio
a large icebox. At Qabay'.4U9hhelhy.
3IUKGANT SUBURBAN IIOME-Two-li
story brlok house, large shady grounds
of about eight acres susceptible of being
aobdividod and sold off in lots.
. 145 ACKBS, 2)4 miles southeast of eity on
pared road: creek running through the
jla;e; would make a fine atook or dairy
DKSiR BL1S LOT, with railroad iwitch
' ..w ,J L J.!..kl. In..
zrom 01 in ieei, wuuiu u uniimii. iw
tion for mauu'aotory or coal yard.
II. L, flUIOtf . 19 Madison street.
RETAIL GROCERY Doing good busi
ness ; reason! for se'lina given. Apply
to P. MoOADDKN A 00.
BOARDING HOUSE Doing a good busi
ness, centrally located; will sell cheap
on account of bad health. M. 0., this office.
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
enstein A Bros.' 1 must be removed at once.
Apply to JOHN REID, Builder.
NEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
200x14, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
premises-
CHEAP One second hand ROCKAWAY,
neariy as good as new, at 101 linim at
DRUG SI ORE 75 Charleston avenue: do
ing a fin t-class prescription and drug
business. Good reasons for selling. Apply
at 93 Linden itreet.
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
One Dining-room Set,
One Kitchen Set,
with possession of house ator.ee,
34 ST. MARTIN STREET.
PUPPIES-By "Oath's Mark " out of
MoComb's "Katie." Forprioa and ex
tended pedigree, address
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UOS. OBGILL. Bonds. Tenn.
J W. R. LARIj-IN, Larkiniville, Ala.
B0ILER-50-H. P. boiler, tested to 160 lbs.
water pleasure, will sell cheao Apply
at SPKKR'8 GIN..
"TJ OODL A WK STOCK FARM- In the stud
V V one thoroughbred Runn in g Horse ; fee
420. One Trotting Hone; fee, $10. One Jer
sey Bull : fee, .50 Foa Sai.e-30 Hones,
3 Milch Cows, 15 bead Butcher Cattle, Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
pasture, (5 per month i Texas horses, lOe per
day. Telephone JUM.ni ciiMaiiBa.
TTPRIQHT PIANO-Good aa new, oheap
I'll VWUI Wl ..VU.U.B lui
Address K !W. Appeal office.
FOR RENT.
R
OOMS-Well furnishid rooms, No. 81
Linden street.
ROOMS Two very desirable front rooms,
furnished, at 142 M'idison itreet.
F
URN1SHKD HOUSE 434 Vance atreet.
Apply on premises.
2
ROOMS And kitchen at No. 33 Third
street. Apply on premises.
THRES ROOMS At 111 Washington street
References given and required.
HOUSE Corner Thornton and Alabama
atreeta. newly painted, in good repair;
ten rooms, cellar, two good eistorns, desira
ble front and back yards; on line of street
can. James McNamara. 33 Robeson St.
mwn NEW POTT A fllCS Fnnf rooms. Nos.
JL 214 and 216 Elliott street, near Desoto.
Apply to MRS. T. McNULTY.
Corner Elliott and Desoto streets.
R
00M Front room, 'southern exposure,
suitable lor tnree. do Monroe Pt.
B
RICK HOUSE-Two 8tor Brick House,
and Household f urniture for sale.
807 ARAMS ST.
"RESIDENCE Eight rooms, at 86 Market
XV street. Apoiy mi aiosnv street.
""DOOMS One large front room, with small
XX room and large closet adjoining, unfur
nished, nt .V8 Vsnce street.
ROOMS Two furnUhed or unfurnished
rooms at 10 Madison street.
DESIRABLE OFFICES-In the new Cot
ton Exchange Building, single or in
euits, on very reasonable terms. Building
heated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
' ning from beiement to attic. Apply to
HENRY HOTTER, Secretary.
RESIDENCE-342 Vance-street-
Apply a' 334 Vance street.
KESIDENCBS and Rooms.
L. B. EATON, 12 Madison t.
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00M Nicely furniihsd front room, good
locality, at on conn street.
"TjlLEGANTInewly fnrniihed rooms, bath
JjJ room, etcf Inquire at 116 Court itreet.
OOTTAGE No. 422 Court street extended.
Apply at 218 Main street.
STOREHOUSE Occupied by Degnan ,
Co.. No. 207 Main street, " Lee Block.1
Inquire at No. 4 Madisonytreet.
T- RSTT)KNf!E From Oct. 1st. elegant brick
XV residence, Ko. lot) Washington at. For
terms apply to no. vie main street.
ftTOREHOUSKS The three new first-class
lO Storehousea on Shelby itreet, next north
-of the Uayoso Hotel. Terms reasonable
Apply to ;CARRINGTON MASON,
5H Madison street.
TLTOTEL The Stonewall Hotel and Rail-
J -L road Eating House at Urand Junction,
-Tenn. Apply to J. 8 Day. Heoelver, Nos.
3tW and So.! Front atreet, Memphis, Tenn.
Possession given immediately.
NO. l'V5 MAIN STREET Opposite the
Court Home. Having a front on UiI
and cne on Poplar atreet renders this prop
arty very deMranie. van on
IAMBS LEE. Jr., No- 4 Madison at,
HOUSES On and near Wnlker avenue,
on Elmwood streetcar line, frou tho
1. C-...n.k. ......I h ,. n a . frnm t.n .a
eight rooms, in good repair. Apply at 36
Union s:ret. JUt. IMUH,
CHOICE OFFICES On Second story, oc
cupied for many yean by pr J. W. Nel--son.
Dentiet, corner Union nnd Main streets.
Aiio, suitable SLKEF1NG-ROOMS ahnv,.
Annlv t3i Union street. JOS. LhNOW.
n it n inrn Tafmtfl t3nf.al.lA fnr llDn
XJ housekeeping, N.cor jend and Market
TOREH 0U S E From lt September, one
lour-story ma n '"""'""' -
.-..nil. 1?: . A..... .nil AAllftV.
XJ with side and rear entrances, Nos. 3C3
and SUti Main street, rosnee-iuu vvw. ..,
er sooner, if required. ,
Offices and Store-rooms, no. n-i "eOT"
Rooms for light housekeeping, No- 3.6 Fop-
lar street, over nrun '"" f,ir
R. B. SNOWDEM or J. L. G00DL0E,
38 Madison street
1' TRONT AND REAR 0FFICE-274" Front
" street; eotton-room and office; termg
moderate. Apply to fl0WAN k r0
IT
0USE No." 162 Robinson street. 6 rooms,
in good repair, 1000 cistern ".
MVRR.S A Bfl EeiU. 1 Peconu sv.
OFFICES The desirable front offices on
leoood floor of 42 Marion street, J-ijoin-tng
Cotton Ficban- MKNkSN'Q.
F ORNISUED TWJOMS-At 66 Monroe it.,
one square -xum Hotel.
CURAT RIDGEXY, )
more varied and better se
tbls scasoa'i Importa'
in this market. The
designs, finest textures
application to those
ANNOUNCEMENT.
mo THE DEMOCRATS OF THE TENTH
X CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT-In re.
ly to an article which appeared la tna
emphis Avalanche en the 20ih of August,
criticising Zmy attitude in respeot to the
Congressional canvass, I published a card in
which I substantially stated in answer to
the solicitation of fricndi that I was not a
candidate for Congress, and that I would not
embarrass my frionds nor obtrude myself
on the ocuncils of the Democratic party, but
would make the canvass if I believed the
wish was general for me to do so. Sinoe
then I have been very generally requested
from all parts of the district to beoime a
candidate, and I, tberafore, annoance my
oanliilacy, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic Convention.
JOSTAII PATTERSON.
' For (lie Sennte.
THE APPEAL is authorized to announoe
UUGHL. imUKLKY as a candidate
for the State 8-nata, sulject to the Demo
cratic Convention.
LOST.
MUSIC A roll of cheet music containing
songs with piano and violin accompan
iment. Return to 4,3 Shelby streot, and be
rewarded .
BANGLE On evening of September 8th,
in vicinity of Court Square, a lady s
bangle, consisting of small gold coin with
initials S. T. M. in monogram. Finder please
leave it with W. J. Adams, 11 Monroe street,
and receive nward. .
ON THURSDAY NIG UT From the farm
of Anthony Netherland, Hernando road.
A LEMON AND WHITE SETTER BITCH.
Had en a collar with the name "Thomas
Gregory" on it. The finder will be liberally
rewarded on returning her to office of
W. B. GATES, W6 Front street.
STRAYED.
MARE Strayed away on the night of the
10th, a lorrol mare, 15 hands, 7 yean
old, white face and one white hind foot. A
liberal roward for her return to John Pier-
acn, south gate ot hlmwood cemetery.
HORSE From 126 Beale street, on Satur
day, August 26th, a light sorrel bone,
white in lace. A liberal reward for his re-
tnrn te MRS. D. H A ACK, 126 Beale.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
TELIGHTFUL ROOMS Comfortably fur
J J niihed, with best table board, No. 138
Madison street
s
T. JAMES HOUSE-58 Adams atreet.
Board and loaaing, tft; day board. Si.
T71LIGIBLE ROOMS-With superior board
XU two blocks trom Gavosn Hotel. 4irt Shelby
TAKRinAET.R Rooms, furnished or nnfur-
xJ niihed, single or in suite, with board, at
Ti Madison Itreet.
NICE ROOMS With or without board.
133 ADAMS ST.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, simile or ea
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without board ; otaer rooms, UH-iuo loumt.
D0V!8 With or without board: tcrmt
LX nasonable. 140 M ADISON ST.
ROOMS One large front room with bal
cony and one large bsck room with
larg-t dressing-ream, and tthera as good aa
ean be louna in tne euy.
75 UNION ST,
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00M Furnished room, with or without
hoard, at 119 Court street.
WAN I ED.'
JANITOR Apply at the Memnhis Theater
fj between the hours ot li and a 0 oiock.
ROOMS- Four rooms, on second floor, in
rood Incfllitv. for housekeenine by man
and wife. No children to interfere with
other occupants of the house. Prompt pay
of rent and no risk of loiing tenant, if sur
roundings are agreeania. Addresi
. "IN EARNEST." Arpeal.
LICENSE To buy a peddling license,
Address Cash, this office.
H.
ANDS Good waist and sleeve hands
for tailor made suits. None but competent
hands need apply.
B LOWENSTEIST k BROS.
HOUSE A house consisting of 6 or 7
rooms, within a few moments' walk
from Peahody Hotel. Good locality required.
Answer Mrs T., INo. 75 Union streot.
SALESMEN Can add A lline; sraallsam
ploi; one agent oarned S3.no, several
over ajJU, in into. i. u. box ijm, n. 1
M
'AN A strong young man who is will
ing to won, at Decona street.
E. O. ATKINS CO
D
AY BOARD In exchange for music les
sons. Adaresi IMUnlC, 'hisomce
-1 A NO. 1 COOPERS To make iron bound
1U barrels; good wages and steady work
for eight months. Apply at the Ame ion
Cooperage ri oris, oorner Voters ana monte
gat streets. New Orleans. La.
"OOITION-A competent and oxperienoed
X person wants a position as manager or
assistant on ootton plantation er stoca iarm.
Addreis M., S7 litnden street-
A MAN To take an office and represent a
xl manufacturer; Sf0 per week; small
capital raqulrtd. Address, with stamp,
Box 70, Weit Acton, Mass.
POSITION A first class office man wants
position; ootton office preferred; good
references. Addr ss L.. 0 aiauuon ot
TM MEDIATELY Purchaser for store fix
X tures, including shelves, counters, show
eases, etc. 1 can be seen at No 280 Second
street. Apply at No. au peaie m.
w
HU'K C00K-
At 16 Linden street.
A YOUNG MAN Of some experience
XJ- wants to travel on commission for a sub
tantial grooery house. . .
Address A. P., this office.
s
ITUATION By a young man, oolored,
witn good recommendations. .
Address T. A this office.
B'
0Y An experienced press hoy.
At 10 w est conn curem.
SITUATION By a man with nine yean
experienoe in cotton; oan give tho belt
01 reference. Address . ,
H. M.t thlsofjae
A N A No. 1 Druggist wishes a permanent
XX situation in either wholesale or retail
drn . In. Am mappirl .nil nt Steady hab
its; apeak English and German, and have
nrstninwsreTerenocg. sa urugKin., muo
UWERYBODY-To call and see the oele
Jll b ated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
itreet, near r opiar
"lOAT AND PANTS M A K ER-Steadv em
V ployment the year round. Apply to
x. Murphy, jacuson, lenn.
"D0Y An intelligent office boy, from 16 to
X.J 17 years old, who can come well reoom
mended. Apply at 106 Adams street.
SITUATION AS COOK-
Apply at 220 Second street.
rpo UUKcuW
X Nine hundred dollars, on good real es
tate. Addross 1 H. J., this nflioe. ,
riAI.KKMKN In r. Hinta In the lii Ion
O to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR-
1VI1 UTll-lfUllUL-V. V. I n
SraaULTiaa thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Oan be handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address ill is M.
PRICK MANUKG. CO.. BALTIMORR. MI)
LiVERYBODY To call and see the cele
XU brated Gypsy clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near I'opi ar
1 C if W I LBS. FKATUKHS-lliert cash
IU1 tJ pnee paid by It A BAY, Momphis.
TTWERYHOKY TO KNOW-That 1 will
Hi FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty lays for II 50.
A. WESSON,
213 Mam sreet,
o
LD GOLD k SILVER For cash or ex
charitm WULKOHI), .lew er, ram
J. ISA CON A CO.
DIALER IN
COAX, AND WOOD
inn iiTCAr.it btrktct.
Ncarlthe Corner of Doioto, Memphli, Tuna
n
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MENKEN AND COMPANY.
Oar Fall Exposition of Imported
CARPEIS,
CURTAINS
and P0RTIERS
Takes Piaca Tomorrow, Sept. 13th.
No one should lose this opprr
tunity to see at one time, the
choicest productions of the world
(s exhibited in onr Carpet Depart
ment. Those who cannot spare the
lime to look through the Depart
ment, are reminded that onr entire
front, north of main entrance, will
bs one vast Bazaar of Novelties in
tne Carpet line-saventy-five fuet
of plate gla?s crowded with the
cream of household art.
Spec ial Note : We offer tempt
ing inducements during September
in the making and laying cf Car
pet?, the banning of Shades, Cur
tains and Fortiots, co as to accom
plish as much as pottV.ble before
October 1st, when tbo (treat rush
begits and all want wotk done at
once.
FALL DRESS NOYELTIES.
We display tomorrow and dar
ing the week High Novelties in
Silks, Plosbes, Velvet?, evening
Silks and woolen Pit sj Goads.
Notz: We exhibit our new
gcodH as rapidly as they arrive, ss
we shell have no formal open
ing. Tne most elegant, aa a rule,
are shown early in the season, and
similar goods later are merely imi
tations. Now you surely can get
the chrf d'wum at our house.
TO-MORROW
We shall begin to sell a lot of Li
dies' and Children's Cloaks and
Suits at such prices that no one in
want of a Cloak or Suit can afford
to lose the opportunity. We quote
only a few :
$75 Ladies' Plush Wraps at $52
$50 Ladies' Short Wraps at $31 50.
$18 Ladies' Newmarkets at $12 75.
(27 tailor made Cloaks at $18 60.
$25 Ladies' Short Wraps at $16 50.
$37 Silk Pelisses at $28 50.
15 Ladies Short Wraps at $10 75.
$16 05 Ladies' Newmarkets at $11 50
Children's Cloaks, 6 to 16 years,
reduced from $7 50-to $4 25.
There is so pretense that these
are the latest importations, bnt
they are such stylos as have always
been worn and always will be, to
a large extent, and that they are
great bargains there can be no
question.
We have just received 25 all
wool Tricot Ladies' ready made
Suits, (tailor made), which we
shall offer tomoirow '
AT 111 EAC11.
Tho material cannot be bought
for that price. They are new in
Bhape, color and finish, and the
most desirable garment ever oflered
at less than $20.
A GREAT WEEK FOR
HOUSEKEEPERS t
Tomorrow we begin a great bar
gain sale in Housekeepers' Goods,
such as Table Damasks, Sheetings,
Towels, Napkins, Domestics, China
ware, Glassware, Tinware and
1'lated Ware. We nave made spe
cial preparations in our Delivery
Pepaitoient, to avoid any possibil
ity of delay.
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25,000 yards bleached Sheet&g, 2j
yards wide, at 16c a yard.
2000 yards undressed bleached
Sheeting, 2J yards wide, at 19c
a yard.
6000 yards extra heavy, soft finish,
water twist, yard wide, bleached
Domeet'c, at8c, worth more at
the mills.
3000 yards the famous grass bleach
ed Sheeting, 2 yards wide,
warranted not to turn yellow
and never splits, at 24c ; regular
price, 35c.
10 pieces extra fine, all linen satin
Table Damask, at 63c: worth $1.
20 piecps genuine Turkey Red Ta
ble JJamisk regular price, eoc;
tomorrow. 65c.
100 dozen colored bordered fringed
Napkins at $1 25 a dozsn, worth
$2.
150 doaen large all linen Towels,
at 12ic: worth i 25 a dozen.
500 Marseilles Counterpanes, at
$1 18 and $1 99, halt price
100 (job lot) Crochet Connter
panee, at 79c ; worth fully $1 25.
Triple plated Water Pitchers, with
Goblet and Tilter attached,
$11 50 : reeular price, $20.
Rogers' Al triple plate castors,
with cut engraved bottles,
$3 75: reduced from $7 50.
Large upright, covered Clothes
Baeke'8, $1 each.
Beautiful decorated Plates, with
fancy lestoon edge, 98c a set.
Children's Lunch Baskets, 15n.
Individual magnolia Cream Pitch
ers, 5c.
CLKAB1NQ BALI Or
TISWARE AND AGATEWARE.
KENKEN AND COMPANY.
N. B. School children can get not
only all clothing worn, but
Biatee, tianionery, pens ana ink
irom as.
II.LOWSTEI A BROS.
Black Dross) Good.
Fabrics for this department are ar
riving daily, and we have alr;ady
many very handsome exclusive
noveltlee, our own direct importa
tion, not to be found elsewhere.
Our importation of Figured and
Piain Blfck Press Taorics for
mourning and street wear, now on
exhibition, exceed in beauty any
over brought to this market. They,
are beyond a doubt as handsome
rs Black Goods can be ninde. Our
Silk Werp Henrintte', Silk Warp
Drapde Almas, Si. k Warp Camel's
Ha:r, Silk Warp Marie Theresa,
Silk Warp Crape Cloths, Whip
Cord Diagonals, Drap Sobastopol,
Cordlottes, are the very finest
specimens of the producers' skill,
and tho Blacks are of superior dye.
Many of these goods cannot be
found outside of this department,
and we know scarcely any of them
can be found elsewhere at the
prices we have marked them.
UPHOLSTERY DEPARTMENT.
We display the largest stock
and moetiariedassortmentof
Lace Curtain & Draperies
Ever shown in thii market.
The following are some cf the
kinds now in Btuck, which we take
great pleasure in showing:
Nottingham Lace Curtains.Guipuia
Lace Curtains, Madras Curtains,
Batiste Chamber Curtains, Il
luminated Lace Curtains, Raw
Silk Portiers, Turkoman Por
tiere. Vienna Portiers, Sheila
Portiers, Mikado Portiers, Dam
ask Portiers, Jute Tapestries,
liamie Tapestries, Raw Silk
Tapestries, Tinseled Tapestries,
Silk and Wool Satines.AU Wool
and Union Terries, Plain and
Embossed Mohair Plushes, Silk
Plushes, Felts, full lines of Up
holstery end Drapery Fringes,
Plush Ornaments and Cheneille
Cords, Cornice Poles, Prapery
Chains and all the newest styles
in Curtain Hooks, and, in fact,
everything appertaining to a
first class Upholstery Depart
ment, at correct prices. '
HOUSE FURNISHING! GOODS.
IiuiuenHe Drives.
12-4 Marseilles Quilts, beautiful
goods, well worth 3, we offer at
$1 75 cncli,
10-4 Crochet Quilts, batter vale
than you can buy anywhere for $1,
At 70 Cent.
All Linen Iluck Towels, size 22x44,
sold everywhere at $3, we offer
At 20 Cent Each.
All Linen Oatmeal Towels, size
22x44, considered cheap at $2 50
per dozen, we offer
At 15 Cent Each.
All Linen Unbleached Table
Damask, 60 inches wide, worth 75c,
we offer at '
50 Cents per Yard.
100 pieces 4-4 Sateen Finished
Foulards, juit received, beautiful
styles for tail and winter wear, at
8 1-3 Cents per Yard.
DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT,
Under the management of Mme.
Rousseau, assisted by a corps of
competent assistants, although es
tablished but a short time, has
met with great success, Orders
for Tailor Made Costumes, Bridal
Outfits, Traveling, Dinner, Street
or Recei t ons, solicited. We guar
antee perfect satisfaction In all the
details that are absoltely neces
sary to produce a garment that
will prove a model of skilled work
manship and refined taste.
B. LO WEXSTEIN di BBOS
RELIUIOUS SERVICES
Will Bo Held Today sit lho Varloua
fharcheei at the Hoar Named.
Salem Bnpti't WurcA. Carolina itreet. The
Rer. L. W. Williams, pastor.
St. Mary'S Caldral Poplar street. Ser
vioeaat 7 and 11a.m. anil 8 p.m.
St. I'ttrr'i Kama Catholic f . High
mas at 10:3(1 a.m. ; vospers at 7:30 p.m.
Vtntral NetkodUt Church. Union street.
No service .on account of the castor's ab
sence. A'oirnn Juet'oa. Fort Pickering. Ser
vices at 11a.m. and 7 :30 p.m. Iter, Mr. 6now,
pastor.
Slranfim' (urc. Union street. The Kev.
N. M. Loni, pastor. Bervioea at 11 a.m.
and 8 p.m. ,
UtmphU Bethtl. Praisa service at 7:30
p.m. Good singing will be in attendanee.
Welcome all.
Immanuft ( AurcA.-No. 251 Third street, be
tween Jeltenon and Court, bervioe at 11
a.m. and 8 p.m.
Cumberland Prmbyierian. Court Street.
Services at 11-a. in. and 7:30 p.m. Her.
H. A. Jones, pastor.
Vaace Strut Ckrintia. Churth. Preashtnc
at 11 a a. and 8 p.m. by the Her. D. H. Wil
kins, of Baltimore, Md.
-first Kapliel. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:11) p.m. Kor. R. A. Venable, pastor. AH
seats free. All are invited.
n-H 'rwevlartaa. Corner of Third and
Poplar streets. Owing to theabaeneeof the
pastor their will be no services today.
.Aret jlfrtAoottst. Cornerof Seoond and Pop
lar streets. The Kev. D. D. Moore will
preach at 11 a.m. Ho sorvice at night.
Central Baptii. Second street, near lleale.
Preaching- at 11 a.m. and 7:3(1 p.m. by the
Kev. A. W. Lainar. pastor. All aeaU free.
Bmtando Slrret iltthoHiit Chunk. Corner
Linden and Hernando. Preaching at 11
a.m. and 7:30 p.m. by the Rev. J. M. Spenoe,
pastor.
(hrintian CnnrcA. Corner of Linden and
Mulberry streets. Communion service at 1(1
a.m. No preaching morning or night during
pastor's abseiiae.
Younp AfVn's Chriiitian Aitofiiitwn Will
hold a Gospel mooting at their rooms, 3ft
Ntniu ttrcet (Lee block, at 4:30 p.m., led by
Moj. Jamos M. Smith.
iiifrini titrtrt Prethyirrian Church,
Corner Lauderdale and Beale streets,
Preaching at II a.m. and 8 p.m. by the
Her. S. 0. Caldwell, paitor.
Alabama Strut Prtthyterian Churrh. Cor
ner t Alabama streot and Jones avonue.
Sorvioes at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by the Kev.
James L. Martin, D-D., paitor.
(Weary CAurcA. Corner of Senond and
Adatna itrerts. Karly communion at 7 a.m.
Service at 11 a.m. and H p.m., the Kev.
Davis Bossuuis, rector, officiating.
ilocrv Chanel, A- M. S. fnrc. Desoto
atreet, nenr lleale. The Kor. Uoorge Dardia,
poa'or, will preach at 10:30 a.m. Uenerul
olaes meeting at 3 p.m. Preaching at 8 p.m.
Sprinedale M. E. Ihurrh. South corner of
Tretevant and old Raleigh road. Prolraoted
meeting September "lh to '.7th incluiive. All
are invited to attend. J.T. Wiggins, pastor.
Grace Church. Corner Vance and Lauder
dale streets. The Kev. (leo. Patterson, D.
D., rector. Morning prayer at 7 a.m.;
morning service and communion at 11a.m. t
evening prayer and sermon at 8 p.m.
ATTENTION, COAL DEALERS.
JOHN WALSH, Coal Dealer,
230 Second street
Kentucky Coal, by the car, $2 50
per ton.
Nut Coal, by the car, $2 10 per
ton.
Kentucky Coal, to dealers, 25o
per barrel.
Pittsburg Coal, delivered in city,
35n per barrel.
Kentucky Coal, delivered, 30c.
Kentucky Nut Coal, 27jc.
TELEPHONE 700.
LOCATE OTIC JCS.
Da. O. D. Smith, Veterinary Sur
geon, No. 61 Monroe street.
P. M. Stanlkt, funeral director and
embalmer, 65 Madison street.
Prop. Jones's school, at No. 174
Hernando street, opens today with
floe prospects for the session.
Tab Security Bank, No. 42 Madison
street, dots a general Savings Bank
business and deals in safe stcuritii a.
Tns primary and Lntormediat
grades of the Clara Conway Institute
will reopen Monday, Septembor 27th.
8ealed bids for the varions privi
leges at the ensuing Fair nt Kerrville
will be received tip to the 25th instant,
by S. P. L'gon, Kerrville.
8. A. GoDcniw, at No. 208 Main
street, will have an auction sale of ex
pired unredeemed plodges Monday,
September 13th, at 7 o'clock.
Thi Herbal OhUl Cure, the beet
tonioand anti-periodlo known. A eartain
and snre enre lor ohllle. Price II per bot
tle. Bend atampi for olroulars. Any ref
erence glxen, Addreal John 0. Kaoker,
Lrnohbers. Va.
G. W. Millkb & Co., Patent Asbestos
Fire Proof Roofers. For durability,
equaled by none. Used on wood, tin,
iron, felt and gravel rook. No. 55
Madison Blreet
If you want comfort and style in
boots and shoes, it's Frel Barnes can
give it you. Can be found at A. K.
Sloan's, 221 Main street Custom work
a specialty. Repairing dono.
FbidBabnks, the practical custom
boot and shoe maker, can be found at
A. K. Sloan's, 221 Main street. You
would do well to consult him before
leaving your measure eltowbere. Re
pairing done.
RoilRBTSON's BnSIKSSrC0LLBG, No.
35 Exchange street, Memphis, Tenn.
Open day and evening the entire year.
(Studies thorough and practical. For
particulars call or aldiois 8, M. Rob
ertson, principal.
Tns last cheap excursion to Ltke
view will take place Sunday, the 12th.
After that these excursions will be
discontinued. Everyone should take
advantage of this opportunity to paes
one more Sunday pleasantly, where
fishing, dancing and tailing on the
lake may be indulged in.
Tea Clara Conway Institute Is to
have all ita oldest furniture removed
tbis month, and iU place is to be filled
with new and elegant furniture from
the manufactory of A. II. Andrews &
Co., Chicago, III., who are to send a
gontleman here to superintend its
placing. Miss Conway, who is now in
Europe, is making a .valuable collec
tion, which Is to be thebeniningof a
handsome gallery and museum of ait
for the use of tbe school.
. This was clever treatment on the
part of the Mutual Life Insurance
Company, cf New York. It is one of
the strongest companies in existence.
Its Memphis SRent, Mr. John F.
Wiikersnn, is doing an immense busi
ness bore. Mott of those holding
policies in co-operative life companies
also want something in the great life
companies. Mr. Dunnavant, who was
killed last week, was one of thnee who
had taken policies with Mr. Wilker
son. Those who want policies in a
reliable company are referred to Mr.
Wilkenon, whose ofllcs is in tbe Cot
ton Exchange building.
Moxle! What" liTlt?
A bnrmlefs.'simple nerve food that
will supersede stimulants and ner
vines. It contains not a drop of med
icine, stimnlant or alcohol, and is the
only thing known that will recover
brain and nervous exhaustion, kill the
thirst for alcohol drinks, opium, etc. ;
gives a vigorous appetite, refreshing
sleep, and is invaluable to the brain
worker 'and those suffering in any
form from nervousness, as it recovers
everything caused by overtasking the
nervons system. Moxie Nerve Food
la a delicious bnvemgo, and is for sale
by lea i leg diugglste.
TAILOR AND IMPORTER.
MY FALL STOCK is now complete. The Largest, Choicest
and Most Varied I have ever offered in Memphis, consisting of
all the NOVELTIES IN FANCY SUITINGS, WORSTEDS
IN ALL THE LATlT STYLES, OVER COATINGS AND
FANCY PANTALOONS in great variety, all of tho LATEST
DESIGNS introduced by the Leading Importers of England,
Franco and Germany. I wish to make SPECIAL MENTION
to my customers and publio to call and inspect my MAGNIFI
CENT STOCK at my OLD STAND,
Cor. Second and Jefferson
PLUMBING, (JAS AND STEAM
F1TTISU AM) SUPPLIES.
1. W, X. Browne, Ne. 80S fteeemd
NUcet.
The already large and constantly
increasing demand tor thorough and
sanitary plumbing has necessitated
the carrying of S'rge stocks ol
supplies in tbe latest and most ap
proved styles of buh tubs, wash
stands, water closets, traps, cocka,
valves, etc., ss well as (he employ
ment of a large force of the most
skilled and rsliuble workmen, in order
to execute promptly the orders fortius
work, and "Browne, the Plumber," is
prepared to fully snpp!y tlie wants ol
the city and surrounding country. It
is not necorsary, or even profitable, to
go elsewboio for plumbing work, or
for the lines in winch Browne is on
gpged that In the furnishing of gus
and steam pipes, cock', valves, inspi
rators, steam pumps, fittings and on
sine trimmings for the country and
ci'y trade which is cat vied in large
quantities and all situs, from Bix inch
pipe and littinga down to the
smallest s'zes, and in ordor to
fill the orders of the jobbing trade
as well as mills and taclorioa promptly
and in the best manner, Mr. ltrowno
hes recently added steam power in
his establishment with capacity for
cutting and threading pipes from the
smallest iir.e up to and including
eight inches in diameter, which is
equal to the capacity of any liouss in
the West or South.
In the gas fixture line the largest
stock and most varied selection ot
newest des'gQs are to be found here,
and at prices as low as in the Eastern
markets. It may bo proper to say
here that this house is now the oldtit
and most successful In this line in the
city of Memphis, and it will prove to
the interest of all to place their orders
with J. W. X. Browne, 254 Second
street.
I. GOLDKSIITII at UIIOS.
318 MAIN 8TREET.
ARRIVAL OF THE LARGEST
FALL STOCK.
We dosire to call your attention to
our large line of
l ine Ire CJooiIh, fSllkn,
MutliiH and Velvets,
Tho very latost Novelties.
Ilia nke In and Comfort,
In large variety.
Attention I
Contractors and Merchants.
We have a large stock of Comforts
at 50c apirc ; also 1000 pair Gray
Blaukets from 75o up, and 1000
pair Whito Double Blanket at $1
a pair; also, ti the trade only,
760 pes Standard Prints at 5c.
Our wholesale stock is complete,
and we guarantee you a net saviag
of from 15 to 25 per cent.
Give us a trial.
Just received:
50 pes New Crinkle Feersnckor, at
12 yds, for fl. "Our Own" Cotton
Flannel, 20 yds tor $1.
2 cts a yd-Bulance of our Lawna
for 2) cents a yard.
a O 1, I NHI T II ' S.
Leadera of Low l'tlceta.
FURNITURE.
Grentent Variety, Latent and Fret.
I lent lealBB, Loweat Prlcea.
Tba Armstrong Furniture Company,
on Second street, opposite Court
i i u .1.1.
riquara, are; piuaocu mj uo
nounce that they are always prepared
all iliulmhlo arlinlva In fnr-
IU IUIUWU ...
niture. Manufacturing their own
goods and at very little expense be
tween the factory and their Bales
rooms, they can sell goods loner than
Otlier oeaiers. nr, a. u. otuituuiij
would be pleaiod to see all who wish
10 looa at luo iiromtatt Bbuua. ui imm
ture in the city.
Haberllnar Ccke. IIOBswoad mi.
Superior Shoe,
Selling at Lowest Prices,
At J. M. HILL 4 CO.'S,
Corner of Union and Main.
IiiHurance.
The Mutual Life Insurance Com
pany telegraphed its agsnt at Charles
ton as follows:
Naw Toiik, September 2. ISM.
W. 8. rjantio oV tion, Agents Mutual Lite In
surance Company, Charleston, ti, C. I
Allow policy holders in your agency
who have suflerod by earthquake
sixty days' extension ia payment of
premiums. Earthquake death claims
will lie paid on receipt at tbis oflice.
K0BEKT A. RANNI89,
Vice 1'reiident.
Pants, a Npeelalty.
Uext r, tbe pants maker, has re
ceived bis entire line of piece goods
for tbe fall season and is prepared to
show the largest linns of cars! rimes,
worsted, etc, of any tailor in the city,
and are making pauts a low figure. A
fit guarant.ed and woikmanehlp the
very boat. Call and see our prices.
Five dollar pants to order, our leader,
A. llexter & Son, 214 Main street.
The ifeHt Hata
At COHEN'S, 219 Main street
Wet RBtlKtK JjUgouieMliM lode
rear ri'tinbUit.
Sts.,
Memphis, Tenn.
THE T0DN6 MEN'S
t'ht let last Aaeoclallon In Their Hew
Hooma-Notea.
The monthly business meeting of
the Youcg Men's Christian Associa
tion wes held last Monday night.
Very encouraging reports were made
by the various committees and new7
members elected.
The association has secured the see
ond and third floors in the Lee Block
(formerly the Mozart Hull). The
parlor and reception room and sec
retary's ollice will be handsomely fur
nished during the week. These will
be located in tho front part; back of
the so is the audion room, and back
of this their free r ing room. The
third floor will be t,uad as a gym
nnmum, play rooms and bathrooms.
Tho Sunday nflemron ruoetincs are
largely a'toMo!, and very interesting.
Mr. J. M. ftmith will conduct the
services at 4Au o'clock pjn. today,
Prof. Hughes ud the male choir as
sisting In tho aiming.
Mr. T. II. Rice, " who has acted ai
gcneial secretary for t'f months prist,
took his leave lait Morithiy tight for
Olarksville to attend li univereity.
The association hopeailtf) secure a
goneial secretary at an esrly date.
Tho Ijuiies Auxiliary held a meet
ing Inst Wednesday. Ihetuuil basi
nets was tranaacted, ond new commit
tees appointed.
All por--on8 re invited to the meet
ing th'ttaf ernoon, and nil young men
:AI ol'OR CHARLESTON.
The) Commltteoa mill at Work-The
Amonnt Nobacirlbed.
A telegram wss received by Secre
tary Keeling ye torday from Mayor
Oourtonay, cf Charleston, gratefully
acknowledging the receipt of tho tec
ond remittance ot $1000.
Yesterday beirg Siturdaytho com
mittees oou'd not give much time to
the wo'k, hut will tluish up tomorrow,
at which time the list will be closed
ml tha Trttai imnnnf f 1rur.1r.lA1l
Amount as published... 2,022 10
Thos. II. Allen it Co i. 25 00
W. A. Gage & Co 10 00
J. La Croix 5 CO
i is i ii
Total to date $2,602 10
UNDELIVERED TELEURIMS.
Wffttrru Union,
List of undelivered telegrams re
maining at the Western Union Telegraph
Offloe, New Cotton Kaohange lluilding, eor-
Ser Madison and Booond street!. OOoe)
ours from to 10:30 e'olook a.m.. and from
8 tot) p.m. i
Ram Orutohleld, Kile Hurdle.
K I) Hrown, Albert Mauldln,
J 11 Hums, John Clara,
Andrew Hogers, K L Hmith.
W 1 Dunnavant, W B Winston,
JHDuvant, 2 L Hoott,
Mllburn O k M Co. 2 J 11 Franklin,
E W How, Wm Logwood,
1) Catiale A Co, A Podeeta A lira,
Otto Hehwilllng,; Oallaway A Keating,
Teams A Williams, W llrode k Co,
Col C 0 Merrill, Chlokasaw Coop Oo,
Mrs It M MoLean, Wm Clark,
(leo Williams, J B A II A Co,
Mra N V Hannah, F M Oelion,
W Q Lee, Bohlen A II use,
Jatuei Aonrd, Coopar A Co,
(lojer Cold ri Oo, OWUnrerAOo,
Mrs V 1) llardin, Louis llarsog,
M Uin Co, H J Woods A Co,
Win Iluiuaum, II Loweniteln A Bros.
HaberllnKnbbrsnmae. BIO ad St
rtnarj Aepart.
Mortality report for the week end
ing Saturday, September 11, 1880, at ft
o'clock p.m.:
Name. Beg. Color. Cause Death.
M J Manlsy...
ULarionhorger
l'A Dougherty
J Ruff
Allen Jenkins
tL Hawkins...
F Mitohell
IS Dntson
male
in ale
male
male
male
male
male
male
mate
ms-le
white absoeis liver.
whitalepilepsy.
whit.
oonir. hraln.
whit
oong. brain.
dysentery.
dysentery.
white
whit
whit
whit,
whit
inanition,
mal poisoning
blew of mallet
pistol ihot.
eoniumptton.
ohol.inliintunt
I'et Kelly
WDunnarant
white
whit
Bullie Taylor
Mitliel Jonas..
fetnhle
female
whit
H Washington
female
fouiale
feiualo
female
female
female
whit
whit
whito
whit
white
white
Sen. debility,
eart disease,
mal. fever,
mal. favor,
hemorrhage,
lieritonitia.
nnnvulsiong.
Mary Hyan..
Inf. II Kiley.
rial bermint.
I M Anion....
tMKawalski.
Kd Coleman.
male
male
male
male
male
male
male
male
male
in ale
male
male
ma'e
male
male
male
male
female
female
female
female
female
female
not ad
8 Whittletun...
ool'ed
congestion,
consumption,
dentition,
dentition,
eudo. earditig.
K Ulake
Dan Ford.....
V Terry
til llenry
M Htlnson....
0 Harris....
I Coleman..
W Walker..
M Simmons.
(1 Morgan
nnl'ad
ool'ed
ool'ed
ool'ed
eol'ed
ool'ed
epilepsy.
exposure,
exposure,
mitral valves,
inn" in. bowels
An) 1(1
enl'ad
eoled
col ed
nnl'ad
niarasmui.
t miivn...
O'ld K Baden.
mal. fever,
mal. fever,
remit, fever.
Dartullis.
eoi'ed
ool'ed
ool'ed
Tobe Love
Moody
"M Jones...
C Johnson
K Ilonner.,
3 Murray.
il'ed
hock.
anoitlnlV.
noja'd
ool 'ed
ool'ed
bright's dil.
consumption,
ooniumptton..
oongestion.
mal. fever.
K Ilati'hott
A II W. ra
nolatl
eol'ed
I ool'ed
il Morgan.
t From hospital. "Coroner's lniuest.
Distribution by Wards First, 7;
Second, 1; Third, 8; Fourth, lj
Fifth, 0; Sixth, 3; Seventh, Z; Uighin,
0; Ninth, 2; Tenth, 5. City Hospital,
6. Still born, 4. White, 18. Colored,
23, Total, 41.
W. D. GRAY, M.D..
S.orolary Board of Health.
HabnrllBK Rtrncll. SIO Remind el.
Jumping Off Brooklyn Bridge.
It is no getling to be an everv day
occurrence for some intrepid Individ-
nal to leap from Brooklyn bridge.
Perfect immunity has been secured
by these who have lecently attempted
the foat. Recent developments Iiavs
thrown much liht on h jw to accom
plish the faat without danger. Pre
liminary training is cecesmry. The
followiug course is always successful;
Raw beef, sprinkled with powder,
three times a day ; oatmeal grnel three
times and Ko Ko Tulu after each
meal. It never fails, especially the
latttr, to harden the muscles, tnne up
the nerves and toughen te sinews.
Try it.
Haberllnar Btrnella, BIO Befiond at.
Clo la Kallxdti l.aaremarsil) la
your I'laiublnst and Uaa-VlUlnc
To tbe Ladiea.
Call on Mrs. K. A. Sloan, 223 Main
Btrent, and examine the extensive
. ru k aha receutlv purchased in New"
York, coneis'irg of millinery, hair
and fancy goods. Her dressmaking
department is rip to the highest stand
ard ot perfection and prices suitable,
to the times.
Habertle-t IMttla, 310 "eeand St.

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