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MExMPHIS VAIhJ APPEAL SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1886.
s. e. ssnDCf-BiLiTr.
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
No. 38 MADISON STREET,
Is in receipt of a larger,
lected otoek of CASSIMERES.WORSTEDS, SUITINGS
and OVERCOATINGS, (all
lions.) thaa was ever shown
stork comprises the choicest
and most durable goods In gentlemen's wear.
Samples and Prices on
who hive left measures.
For tbe) Besete.
r IIIK arrrjftn e nuinunivu lu niiuuni'e
X HUGH l. BRIKLKY as a candidate
"TTTE are authorised to announce IlKNRY
VV J. LYNN a candidate for theotate
Benfte, suejont to the nomination ot tbe
Democratic Qnontinn on the 'i.d instant.
VVO STORY ERIOK HOVSK AND LOT
Api.1t at 7rt Front Street,
ErU-KY BULL-Registerodi large, beet
1 hock, '. w.., ton mnce
A W ACK H' rscs, harness and license at a
, X. bargain; part easb, and balance in
Inquire at N. 75 Monroe street.
V)WS llieh grade Jersey eows and young
calves: goon ruiiiccrs.
LOU AM tv ALKEH, llnlly Spring'. M'ss
BRICK RESIDENCE Of six rooms, with
moiern improvements! No 4Wvhlby
street. Amly to A. C. Treadwell, Execu
tor, No. 11 Union street.
TTORSE Cheap: fine, large, verv stvlieh
la. anaspcefy; sale tor a lauy. on main
TDK lea o and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me idian, Mies, Twenty-live
eoniOiodiout rooms, within three minute!
walk of tbe Union Depot; large sample
room on tbe street next door; nowdninga
good business and popular. Can be had at a
virfiiu tl e pi'iivu lur winnu .u u,i luuu
days. Apply to Charlos Elmirs, proprietor,
C10W8-Two' Jersey Cows, a Heifer and
1 Ikrse. I will sell at F. A. Jones k Co. 'i
Btab'es, on Monroe street, without reserve,
at 12o'olock m..on Tuesday, September 21st,
two Jersey Cows, giving milk and in calf:
also, a heifer. All pure and thoroughbred
' ard of the best families.
Also, privately! my Bay Buggy Horse,
" Honors. "
Terms eash, or sixty days' oity ncc-ptarces.
A. 8. vvUITrOHD
TIN Lot of tin, suitable for rcofing Also
a large ice bog. At Qabay',40a ehelby.
RETAIL GhOCERY-Doing good busi
ness; reasons for se'line given Apply
to P. MoCADDKN k CO.
OLD MATERIA L In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
enstein k Bros.' : must be removed at once.
Aply to JOHN REID. Builder.
NEAT COTTAOE-Of six rooms, and lot
200x41, 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
CUliAP-One second hand ROCKAYTAY,
neariy as good as new, at 103 Unb n st
DRUG 8 1 ORE 75 Charleston avenne: dor
ing a first-class prescription and drug
business. Good reasons for selling. Apply
tS3 Linden ttreet.
NE BED-ROOM SET,
one uioing-room Bet,
one mtcnen bet.
ith possession of house st once, ,
34 ST. MARTIN STREET.
PUPPIES-Ry "Gath'f Mark " out of
MoComb's "Katie." For price and ex
tended pedigree, address
imu.i. iisuioii, uonas, ienn.
rIEDAR FENCING P08TS-For sale by
I XLT D 1 A l U TM f k talll 11.
tt . ii.a ai f iv j i t uaifliuflniioi nia
",J "DOILER W-H. t;llr. tested to 160 lbs.
-D water pleasure, will sell obean Apply
-at SPrKK'S PIN!
TTJOODLAWN STOCK FARM-In the stud
VV one thoroughbred Running Uorse; fee
. 130. One Trotting Uorse; fee, 110. OneJer
Bev Bull: fee, 12.50 Fog SaLi 30 Unraes,
8 Milch Cows, IS bead Butober Csttle, Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
pasture, $3 per month: Texas horses, 10c per
day Telephone JOSEPH BUBNKV, 862.
UPRIGHT PIANO-Oood aa new, otaeap
tor cash; or will exchange for board.
Address K Appeal office.
OOMS-WolI furnished room No. 81
OOMS-At 360 Washington street, third
house east or Orleans itreet.
8 NEW COTTAOEF In most healthy an &
desirable part of oity, at tlO a month.
Apply to JAMES JAY SMITH,
No. 318 Front Street.
HOUSE Corner Thornton and Alabama
streets, newly painted, in good repair;
ten rooms, cellar, two good eisterni, desirm
able front and back yards; on line of street
ears. James McN'mara. S3 Bobeson St.
RESIDENCE 00 Hernando St.; hydrant
and cistern water: possession given Oct.
1st. S. M. McOALLUM Telephone 242
DINING ROOM AND KITCHEN Of a
large board og house; completely fur
nished; twenty boarders.
Adrtrce O, T,., this office.
RESIDENCES-Nos. 68 and 70 St. Martin
street. Apply at No. 70 St. Martin ft.
OUSE-220 Washington 8'. : 7 rooms and
bathroom. Apply at lia foplar bt.
No. Ki Main Street. .- - -No.
Main Rlreet.. .
'No. 207 Main Street.
Apply to JAMbS LEE, Ja., 4 Madison St.
O0MS Nicely (nrnished front rooms.
At 60 Monroe Mreet.
URN1SUED HOUSE-4S4 Vanoe street.
Apply on premises.
KOOMS-And kitchen at No. 33 Third
street. App'y on premises. '
ROOMS One large front room, with smalt
room and large eloset adjoining, unlur
nished, at 3tig Vance street.
ROOMS Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
DESIRABLE OFFICES-In the new Cot
ton Exchange Building, single or in
aits, on very reasonable terms. Building
heated thoroughly by steam. Elevator run
ning from b -sement to attic. Apply to
HENRY HOTTER, Secretary.
RESIDENCK-342 Vance street.
Apply a' 334 Vance street. '
RESIDENCES and Rooms.
L. B. EATON, 12 Madison st,
00M Nicely furnished front room, good
locality, at tin uourt trset.
ELEGANT! newly furnished rooms, bath
room, etc. Inquire at 116 Court street.
RESIDE NCE-From Oct. 1st, elegant brick
residence, o. 108 Washington at. For
terms apply to No. 716 Main street.
STOREHOUSKS-The three new first-class
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
of tbe Gayoso Hotel. ' Terms reasonable.
Apply to CARK1NQTON MASON,
5H Madison street.
HOTEL-The Honewall Hotel and Kail
road Eating House at Grand Junction,
Tenn. Apply to J. S Day. Keceiver.Nos.
JtiO and 302 Front street, Memphis, Tenn.
Possession given immeri iatoly.
HOUSES On and near Walker-avenue,
on Elmwood streetcar line, from the
1st September, several houses, from two to
eight rooms, in good repair. Apply at 30
Union s reet. JOS. LENOW.
. "CHOICE OFFICES On Fecond story oo.
V- copied for many yssr by Dr J. W. Nel
son, Dntit, oorner Union and Main streets.
Apply at .! Union street. JOSLEN0W.
DESIRABLH ROOMS-Suitabie for light
housekeepins,al,cor. See'nd and Market
STOREHOUSE-From I t SeptemberTone
four-story Main street lttehome.
F. W. K0Y1F. & CO.
LARUE rlTORE First floor anTriar?
with side and r-ar entrances, Ns. at4
and 305 Main street. Possession Ootobeilst,
or sooner, if required. i
Offices, No. 20 Second st. j t
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. Si6Po
lar street, over drug sto e. Arply o .
R.B. SNOWDENorJ. L. GOODLOE, ,
RONT AND REAR OFFICE-274Front
street; ootton-room and office; tormi
moderate. rtriVca0VlK1, i(1Q.
HOUSE No. ItS Robinson street. 6 rooms,
in good repair, sned cistern water.
M t'Efo k 8NKKD, 310 Seeped st
OFFICES-Tbe desirable Iront offices on
seoond floor ef 42 Madison strict, f ijoln
IptCotlnn Exchange. MENKEN kUQ.
1" ftURNiisHBD RuOMS At oSTBonroe lU,
1 one square to PeaboeV Hotel.
MCIRRAI RIDGELY, )
more varied and better se
tills season's importa
in this market. Tlie
designs, finest textnrcs
application to those
MRS. JOHN R. MILES will take aeltsi
in Instrumental Music. For terms
apply at 89 Adams street.
CISTERNS Built and repaired and war
ranted. Inventor o' the Sanitary Port
land Cement fanip. Contractor and hnog
layer. Telephone K88. TUPS. CUBBIN8,
HORSE-Froml26Bea!e street, on Satur
. day, August U6th. alight sorrel horse,
white in lace. A lioeral reward lor nia re-
tnrn to MHS ). tt A ACK. l'-M Heale.
ETTER DOG-September 15th; owner
111 pieuxe can Htid describe same.
W. 11. LEWIS, 11 Madison streot
FOR SAI-E, MR NT OK EXCHANtiE.
A GRAND NEW ST0VEHOUSE At Sir
t ronnded Hill, Arkansas, the best cotton
region in that State, eiahiy-flve miles from
Momphis and fiftv mi es trom Little Rock,
on the M. and L. R. R. R. Apply to
No. 11 ADAMS hT., Memphis Tenn.
Also, sevtril Slock Ranches in Grand
KOO.MS AM) BOARD.
ROOMS Two nicsly furnished front
rooms with or without bi ard 114 Court
ROOMS AND BOARD
At 49 Market street.
T. JAMES HOUSK-58 Adams street
Board and lodging, 15; day board, at .
T71L1QIBLK ROOM.S-With snnerlor hoard.
JjJ two blocks Irnm Qnyoso tlotel. 463Shelby
DESIRABLE Rootrs, furnished or unfur
nished, single or in suite, with board, at
a naoieon street.
BEAUTIFUL fmnt rooms, simile or en
suite, furnished or unlurnished, with or
without board; other rooms, 104-106 Oouttst.
Oy VIS With or without board; terms
reasonable. 140 MADISON ST.
T300MS One lane front roam with bat
LX cony and one large back room with
larg- dressing-ream, aud ttheri as good as
oan Da touna in tne city.
75 UNION ST.
OOM Furnished room, with or withonl
Hoard, at imi;onrt street.
JJO t.M8-By lady and three boys, two or
Lai tnree rooms in private lainily tar light
housekeeping, or with board. Locality con
venient to Christian B others' College, or In
suburbs with servant's riom and stable
pnvileses. Address Mno. H , this oflic?.
OOD COOK AND NURSE
Apply at th's otnee.
MAN To run engine and file saw. Alio,
a good sawver. ttonm need annlv un
less they can give best of re'erence. Call at
iienning & Hannah t haw Mill.
Just above Hope Oil Mill.
OCCUPANTS For front room, with dress.
y ing room, southern exposure, in private
family, conven ent to business. Address X,
care Letter earner tiave Washington.
TAILOR A journeymen tailor to work on
suite; steady wn'k until the 1st of July
U.iij .MB,, till ui fi i,r wnri
Apply at once te W. E. KERSHAW, :t,
SITUATION By a young- man of business
and office experience, and one who knows
Dow to worg 14 , this ouice
BOARf From Ooober 1st, in private
family, for gentleman, wife and one
I . i , .
cuiiu. uurgo iruni. ruuua upaiuira paeierreu ;
will furnish room. Bostof references given
and required. Ad iress M. E., this ufljoe.
I- ADY AGENTS Our agents have had
J such wonderful success selling Mrs.
Campbell's Combination Skirt and Bustle
(some elearing 8150 a month), that we make
thisipecial request forallagen who want
a steady, money making business, to send
stamp for Catalogue. Also, Furnishing
Hoods. Addres fi. tl. csrapboJl A Vo., 4S4
West Handolph Street, t hicsgo. 111.
O0T TON SEED HULLS A nd Meal for sale
KJ Cheap at OLOBK OIL WOKKH
"100K At 118 Washington street; apply
J immediately; while preferred.
l"100K An experienced white oonk : En
kJ glisL, Ge, man or Swede; wages, $3per
week. Apply with references to
No 32iRAYBUK AVENUE.
LiWERYBODY To eall and see the cele
JJJ brated Gypsy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near poplar.
RES1DENCK-A nice residence of six
moms. Address "Joseph," this office.
QCRAP IRON A quantity of stove plate,
O machinery, scrap iron anioldcarwhccls.
St. Louis Malleable Iron Co., bt. Louis, Mo.
AM AN Ta take an office and represent a
manufacturer; 150 pir week; small
capital required. Address, with stamp,
Box 70, West Acton, Mass.
IMMEDIATELY Purchaser for store fix
tures, including shelves, counters, show
cases. etoYi can be seen at No 260 Second
-. . . . - OA Tl 1 -
Biroe.. - fltipiy B ro. DU Dtmie n,,
LWAT flBU r AMI'S MAhMK Steady em-
ployment the year r.und. Apply to
T. Murphy, Jacksom Tenn.
"D0Y An Intelligent offlcs boy, from 16 to
J li years old, who can come well rocom
mended. Apply at 1W Allans street.
in nnti itnv.
Nina hundred dollars, on good real es
Address 13. f,, this office.
SALESMEN-Ib every Stale in the U Ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT saving several
SrioiALTias thatare popular and easy sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in oonneotion
with other goods. Address TUB WM. B.
PRICE MANIIFG. CO.. BALTIMORE. MP.
1000 kBS. FEATHERS lUshest eash
lJ)J priee paid by GABAY, Memphis.
H1VERYPODY TO KNOW-That I will
j viT.r. TrPTu ti7rrii ani.ri .v.
- - auuau , AAU M J " . v. au
next thirty days for II 60.
Ll GOLD A SILVtfit-Forrah ori
Special Notice to Shippers.
MissiasirFi and TsNNKssas Ran.iOAn Co.,1
Memphis, September 3, 1686. J
THE oomp'etion of the Yatoo and Missis
sippi Valley R.K,, from Jsck.on, Miss.,
to Greenwood, Miss., OPENS UP AN ALL
RAIL LINE, without bresk of bulk or trans
fer of froigbt, to following named points:
Taun f '1 1 v a' a It 1.p.ket. gJonS
Hope ilo, milravlll, Shnrbleford,
Trbiila. Keirss, CrMe;er,SiiloD, Riaina;
Shipments to landings near these points
should be made to nearest station named
abore. Your business Is respectfully so
licited over the M. and T. Road, as freight
reaches its destination the foliowini day ol
delivery at our depot. A. J. KN APP,
General Freight Agent.
C. B. BRYAN & CO.,
COAL and WOOD,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
o. 20 MADISON STREET.
Gtorge Oabay, No. 81 Bale,
pejr in ttovoe, tinware, glassware,
furnisjre, crockery, cutlery and ail
kinds ti touse furnishing goods, For
niiure ad stores aold on weekly pay
MENSES AND C0MPASY.
TOMOKKOW, SEPTEMBER JO,
We exhibit cir t nlire fall importa
lions of Silk, Velvet and Wool
Dress Fabrics, including all tbe
newcombinat'ous and noveltie,
manv of hich are exclusively ccn
flaed to our house, and cannot be
In connection with this tra- d
and unprecedented display of
Dress Goods, we wish to call the
attention of fashionable ladies to
our Dressmaking Department, as
managed by Mme. Klophel, who
will not permit a garment to leave
our house unless ptrleit as human
skill can make it.
In opening our S.Iks and Dte-s
Goods f r the season, we shall oiler
at special puces tomorrow the fol
lowing Uadit-g fabiics for autumn
At ?l 47 a vsrd, 1C09 yards each
rf B'ack Silk Tiicotine, Bltick all
S.Ik Satin Khadnme and the re
nowned "0. J. Bonnet" Black Gros
Grain Sitk. The ra&u!ar piice of
etch is $2 25.
At 65c a yard, 250 pieces assort
ed all-wool Dreas Gods, double
iHrh InilnJl.. .lnll..
iu,u, iuviuuiu uiuiiio, ii JUUbl pull
flnntl lu tings exceptional good
Beaded Ornaments, Pafeamen
teries, Trimmines and Battons, in
tbe most snmptuoos variety, and
su ted to every shade and quality
ur A'ew Carpets.
You cannot do just'ee to yonr
taste, judgment or pocket book
without looking through onrsu-
Eerb Carpets and Curtains before
uying. Tomorrow we offer
5C0 pairs Nottingham Lace Cur
fairs at $3 90 a pair, worth f5 25.
200 pairs ot rich Coventry Ltce
Cuttains at 12 75, worth $4.
100 pairs of Flemish Art Curtains
and Portiere, marked very low.
200 Window Shades in four col
orings, complete, on spring rollers,
at 75c each.
, Elegant brass trimmed poles
with any of our curtains at 20c
Net- Fall Millinery.
We are now receiving our foreign
purchases of aatnmn fashionable
Millinery, which has all been se
Miss M. J. Jokostonp,
A lady of highly cnltivated taste
and unsurpassed ability, with an
experience in the great fash'on cen
ters o' the world. Miss Johns'one
takes charge of our Millinery De
partment here tomorrow.
Bargains for lloasekeepera.
It is not too much to say that no
one in Memphis can afford to skip
this list of goods Beyond question
no one can afford to do without
such goods at our pr'ces. Bead, di
gest and come to see us tomorrow.
We have also made arrangements
for rapid delivery toiuonow, to
that none shall be disappointed.
12 quarter extra heavy Marseilles
Counterpanes at $2, value $4.
. Extra large heavy Crochet Coun
terpanes at $1 24, regnlar price
All our $1 Crochet Quills tomor
row only 77c.
100 dozn extra fine bleached
Pamaik Towels, knotted fringe,
25c each, wor;h 5 a doten.
50 dczen each all linen Hack
Towe's, at 12Jo and 17 Jc great
25 dozen (job lot) all linen Nap
kins at 09c a dozen.
10 cases bleached Sheeting (about
5000 yards), full width, soft finish,
at 17Jo and 22c, each worth 5c a
25 pieces genuine Tnrkey - red
Damatk at 53c, Value 85c.
10 pieces all linen Damask at 63c,
5000 yards yard wide Domestic,
heavy round thread, soft finish for
tbe needle, water twist, at 8c ; it's
worth 10c at the mills.
At 35c each, Britannia Water
Dippers, with poliBbed wooden
At 10c each, decorated Splashers
(wall protectors), 30x20 inches.
At 30c, Feather Dusters, 10
At 05c, hand hammered Bress
Waiters, worth $1 75.
At 49c, Vinegar Dacanters, cut
glass, handsomely engraved, woith
Beautiful French Bisque Orna
ments and Art Figures juBt re
ceived. MENKEN AND COMPANY.
D sire to rail the attention of
thtir nitrons and public eenerallv
to thur large and complete stock of
new Fall and Winter Gords, all t f
whicii sr?at care tne Wn laen
in the select on srd buying, and
tbey f -tl shti tud tte'r styles and
prices ili surp.si any ever before
offered iu Memphis, therefore they
ask an eir y icrpcctiou from al1.
Colored Dress (Joodg.
4 cases Wool Suitings', all the new
abadta, at 10,
5 cases English DUfonals, in tl
co'ors, at 15c.
3 cas?s double width Wool Sere,
2 cases elegant Plaids, for children,
6 c ttes 40 inch Wool Cashmi re, in
all the latest shndoa, at 39c.
SCO pieces heaut ful Suit ns, in
cluding French Fonla, English
Serge, Beilin Cloth, and French
Set pes, 40 inches wide, a 1 wool,
400 pitces imported Drfsj Fabrics,
compiisiog TiiccU, French
Tuflted and Camel's liar, 42
inches wid, at fjfic.
An flexant a sortruent of Scotch
Cheviot", Silk acd Wool Mix
tures, 'and Diagonal", Carrol's
Ha'r, 44 inchei wide, at 75c.
200 piftitsLn lies' Cloth, 59 inches
wide,in Blithe new i-lial s.atf 1.
500 pieces impor.ed Suitings, 48
inches wide, in ttr'pes and solid
color, a' $1 25.
50 piec s hands'imx Paih coveltifs
in Silk and V5nl Stripes, 50
inches wide, a'. $ 1 75.
We have paid specinl attention
this season to thesi leclion of trim
mi tigs to mitcb all dress goods.
Black Ureas Uwids.
This stcck includes the latest and
best blatk ftbro from the best
manufactories in tbe world.
In this deiartnifnt you find
B ack Diap de Alines, Black Atml
nisa, Black ArmnreH, B'a?k Silk
Warp Henrietta Clo:h,Black Surah
Hergp, Blatk ltoyal Serge, B'a k
Kagliuh Serge aod Black Camel's
Hair Serge, Blatk Coideletts.Blsck
Diagonals, Black Whip Cords,
Black Twilled Da Crone, Bleck
Tricot snd Xiieotin, Black Austri
lian Crepes, Black Invitib e Pin
Checked Arminia", and a'.l other
new black gcodi that aie to be hid
in the market. A full line of Lu
pin's famous Black Cashmeres.
This department is now cim
plele with tbe beat and latest
shades in new fll silks.
Binnett'scelebiat d Black S.Iks,
Ponson's celebtated Black Silks,
B ack Surah Silks, Black ltbadem
Silk, Black Ottoman Silks, Black
lihadzimire Silks, BUck Arminia
Silks, Blsck Armuro Si'ks, Black
Jersey Sllks4 . , :
New Plushes.' ' New Astracban.
Rich and handsome BlripedVelvets
and P.UBhfS for trimmings,
New Table Lnen, New Napkins,
New T6vefjs, New Piano Covers,
New Table'' Covers, New Bea
8pretd,vN5W Marseilles Quilts.
JNEW. FALL GING11AMH.
New Crinkled Seersuckers, New
Flannel Department. .
Fane es New Jersey Stripes.
New Eiderdown Sciines, New Bob
Koy Checks, New Opnra Plaids,
end other new Safking Flannels.
A full line of P ain and Twilled
Wnite aod Red Flannels. Fine as
sortment of heavy Twilled Flannels
for underwear, in Navy lilue, Kad,
Brown and Gray. New Shaker
Flannels. New Medicated Flan
nels New Embroidered Flannels.
We will offer tomorrow and dar
ing the e?k 10 cases extra heavy
Cotton Flannel, very cheap.
Beautiful d.snlay of new Laces and
Glove Department. New Un
dressed Kids, New Fall Shades in
Kids, New Mofqnctalrg.ia Kids.
Boauiifulllneof Passamentory and
Beaded Gimps. Beaded Orna
ments in black and all color!. "-A
fu 1 stock of Marabouts, Astrachans,
Chenilles and Feather trimmings.
Ladies, look through our stock
of Upholstery goods on second
uoor, lnciumng uornice ro;es,L,sce
Curtains, Shades, etc.
Tbe Great ttlioe IIoue.
J. M. Hill A Co., corner of Union
and Main, are doing an extensive bus
iness in boo's and shoes. They al
ways have the fullest assortment.
They sail low and give sa'isfaction to
all. Call and see their stock.
Ilaberllna; Seala, SIO Seoond at.
Pimtnvi. Ii.m, fntitafrv Kv laav.
ing your measure for aa easy fitting
and fashionable boot or shoe at A.
K. Sloan's, No. 221 Main street. Re
OXTEMlElMKlt & SCHWARTZ,
864 and 800 Main Street,
Will tomorrow offer the following
bargains: 500 pieces Colored
Lawns, mostly remnants, for 2Jc a
yard, worth from 7c to 10c a yard ;
BreylockA Amasketg Ginghams,
in light and medium colors, for 6c
a yard, worth 12 Jc a yard ; 14 yards
4 4 aof c finished bleached Domestic
for $1; Turkey red Damask Table
Linen only 35c a yard, cheap at 50c
a yurd;34-lncb all linen Towels at
121c apiece; 40-inch all linen
bleached towel" at 25c apiece, cheap
at 75ia pair; 40-inch half bleached
linen Towela at 25c apiece; Olga 5
button lacing Kid Gloves, black
and in colors, fur$l 25a pair, worth
2; 6-bntton Kid gloves 75c a pair;
Henis'itcbed colored bordered
Handkerchiefs, only 10c. Full line
cf pla n and fancy Jerseys from 40c
to 2 apiece. Our stock of Dress
Goods is now complete and would
solicit an examination of the same
before purchafing elsewhere. Stand
ard brands of Calicoe", light and
medium, to clnso at 4c a yard at
OTTKNUEIMKR & SCHWARTZ,
804 and 800 Main Street.
Goon music and a fine ride on the
river for 15 centi. Take iteamer En-
quirer this afternoon.
Habcrllns; f'taecke. 810 Second it.'
Cohfii, the Ilatter.
Is receiving an excellent fall and win
ter stock of hata and caps, sndis sell
ing at very low figures.
A plkasajat trio for 15 cents on tbe
steamer Enquirer to I 'land Grove
Park this afternoon.
B.LOWEX&TEIX A BBOS
DRY GOODS BULLETIN.
The great success ol onr Carrot
Department is due to the fact that
great care is manifested in thesf
lection of jubt such goods that are
necessary to meet the require
ments of our trade.
Oar Bayer, knowing full well,
from bis long experience, what is
necessary, vis ta the manufacturers
and from their productions culls
the choicest and most desirable
patterns. This department, though
established but a few years, is the
most successful in the South. Our
stock represents every g'ade of
Carpets, lines, Mate. Linoleums,
Oil Cloth", Window Shades, in all
the newest patterns and designs.
Our bnver. in addition to visit
ing tbe leading manufacturers of
America, a so, whenever choke
things are ofi'died, attends the
ORE IT CARPET TRIBE SALES
An idia prevails aroonp. some
people that tbe best patterns and
varieties of Carpets do not tiod
their way to
TRADE AUCTION ROOMS.
This is an error that requires
correction. It has been for several
years the custom of certain manu
facturers to d sposs of their entire
productions at public sales, where
only extensive purchasers are ac
customed to congregate, at'racted
by the immeneity of the itock and
the variety of the a sortmsnt. All
Leading Carpet llouaes. where
bu-iness justifies them, have repre
sentatives at sacti sales who par-
cnase uuarauy sucn iaurirs astnttr
trade requires at fully 25 per cent,
less than regular prices. These
purchases rebound to the bene tit
of the onsumor. Thus ths dealer
and customer alike eoiov the fruita
of these timely offerings. In the
interest cf all who contemplate fur
nishing a home or purchasing a
carpet, we would ear, rail and
examine oar immorss stock and
learn our prices.
COLORED DRESS GOODS.
At the nnnnintr of tha fall bk.
son it is in order to rail the atten
tion of the ladies to onr hAndnnmn
In Colored Dress Fabrics. Never
before in the history of Momobis
hassach ad'spl aybeensoen. Here
tofore our display has been very
showy, but never to immenre and
varied. We show more beautiful,
e:! red styles in Novelties fresh
from the looms of Europe and
America, no two alike, but
all in conformity with cood
taste. It would ba exceeding;
ly difficult to enter upon a
description of Novelties and tit)
these fabrics justice. They maVt
be seen in order to form a truo. tUea
of their beauty. Call and, pi
your criticisms. Wa promiw that
you will be astonished ,'twt only
at our immense display, buc the
low prices that prevrfrtbroughout
this department. ;
Ws niiounce, with' p'easure
" arrival ol our
FALL" SILKl ' 8T00K.
embracing everything that Is new
and fashionable. We solicit an
U0USE FURNISHING OOODS.
Remarkable Bargains I
62 inch B eached Linen Damask,
At SOo Per Yard.
Bleached Damask All Linen Knot
ted Fringe Towels, i!zs 21x42,
worth $4 00 per dozen,
' At SSo Each.
Unbleached Damask Towels, All
Linen, size 19x118, worth $2 50
At lZJo Each.
Red Border All Linen Doylies,
size JSxlS, worth l UU, we
At G5o Per Dozen.
BeaatHul Full Ginghams, newest
design and patterns,
At lOe Per Yard.
JUST RECEIVED Freeh Invoice
of new Crinkles, very hand
come styles, at correct prices.
Fresh arrivals of our direct Im
portations of Hosierv from the
celebrated manufacturers of Eu
rope and Americs. We show an
endless variety of Hosiery for la
dies, gentlemen, misses and chil
dren, embracing all of the most
desirable novelties of the season,
as well as the very best assort
ment o( stsple goods, in all shades,
colorings and sizes, at the very
B.LOWEXSTEI3 eft BROS.
Tailor and Importer
u'.Vv,;, ?TOCK ' B0W eornp'ete. The r.arg-oet, Choicest and
' ifsM JWif. Y? M"mP"''- eonalatlnsr of all the
7 7FALfi? tn groat variety, all of the LITRST IsKHIGM,,
liitroilurixl by the Leading Importurg of Kngland, Franoo and Ger
VlUr' fi ".''' "'!" ,K,aAe. MK1MTIO to my customers and
VI. II ilAflS,
Cor. Sicond and J.ffinon
L. E. Wright to L. P. Cooper, trustee,
deed, to secure a not of fctOOO in
chancery and fiOOto Eliiabeth McKis
ton, lots 2li and 27 ef the subdivision
of lot 1 block 5 on south aide of Jas
Shelby County Building and Loan
Aesociaiion to Mre. J. T. Hardin, lot
17 J. T. Uardon's subdivition cf the J.
W. Lewis giant, Jora'ed on north side
Now Raleiwh road, for $1450.
Elizabeth Cook and husband to
Hunedon Cary, ttu tee, ti secure
Mrs. Catr.'e Cloth in th sum of J900,
lot No. If! J. F. McKinney's sub
division, McKinnry street.
E. E. Davidcon to Pauiutl Ilirah,
trustee, to secure theMempliiB linlld
irg aod Svinsr Asscci.-tiii'ii in the
sum of $400, lot 17 of A. Wight's
sub livisiop, fronting 30 foet each tide
cf Davin avenne.
Wm. It Williams ti Geo. A. Wil
liams, dd ti 124 j acres of laud in the
Fotattb Civil Dis ricf, Slio.by cjuntv,
for t:00 clean cash.
R. B. Bradley to M. O. Bradley, nil
the inte-est of H. B. Bradley in ha
late father's esta.e, consisting of 4 si)
rcreiof land in section 15, range tl,
township 1, of the Ohick.'saw Ces
sion, In tbe Eleventh District, for the
sutn nf $1100.
J. L. Price to J. M. Coloman, sr..
west 1 alf Court Square in llio town uf
Raielgh, Shelby countv, for $250.
PLUIIIU, WAS AND STEAM.
F11TISO AND SUPPLIES.
J. W. X. Vrowar, No. 1104 Berond
The already lare and constantly
increasing demand for thorough and
iHoiiary plumbing lus necessitated
the carrying ol ETite stocks ol
supplies in the latest and most ap-
proveu styles ol uitn tubs, wash
stands, water clcstts, traps, cock",
valves, etc., as well as the employ
ment of a large fores of the most
ski led and reliable wo'kmen, in order
to execute promptly the orders for this
work, and "Browne, the Flnmber," is
firepsred to fully supply taa wants ol
be city and surrounding so mi try. It
is pot necetsary, or even profitable, to
go elsewhere Lr plumbing work, oi
for tbe lines in which Browne is en
gaged that is Ihu furnishing of gas
and steam pipe", cock", valves, inspi
rators, stssm pumps, fillings and en
gine trimmings for the country and
city trade which ja carried in large
quantities and all liacs, from Bix inch
pipe and fitting" down to the
smallest Sees, sad in order to
fill the orders of the jobbing trade
as well as mills Hud factories promptly
and in theb;st manner, Mr. Browne
has. recently addad aUtam power in
his cstablisAment with capjeity for
catling and threadiest nines from the
areauiog pipes no in rto
i tip to arid intending
iJUinfr; yn ch ,t
smalhst lizs tip to arid intdndiBg.j
ht West or South
In the gas fixture line the largest
stock and most vsrled selection of
newest des'gos are to he found here,
and at prices as low as in the Eastern
markets. It may be proper to say
here that this house is now the oldest
and moit successful In this line in the
city of Memphis, and it will prove to
tbe intorest of all to place their orders
with J. W. X. Browne, 254 Sicond
street. . t
Tbk Enquirer will make regnlar
trips to Island Grove P.rk this after
noon. IlaberllaiK Htossolla, 810 Second at.
II Dry F. WalMli.
Adam 18tb: We learn that
Mr. Henry F. Walsh is a Dem
ocratic candidate for the State
Legislature. He is a gnr.tieman pos
sessed of some fine abilities. He re
ceived a college education ami gradu
ated with honors. Since he tame to
Memphis he has been busv and indus
trious. His education and talents at
once secured for him employment in
the county offices. As Deputy Clerk
and Master of the Chancery Court he
has acquitted himself most creditably,
He is a nephew of Mr. John Walsh, a
gentleman of tried Integrity and finan
cial wortb, and one whose past ser
vices to ths Democratic party have
been very valuable.
Ths Planters, one of the old and
solid insurance companies, is now
paying particular a tention to gin
bouse Insurance. Policies cannot bs
obtained in a better company.
AvALAitcna and Ledger baseball
nines play at Island Grove Park this
IlaberllstsrStenrlla. SIO Hoeond at.
I uriittiire-AII KIihIm,
Largo reduction on remaining stock
of Baby Carriages, wholesale and re
tail. AafaS, HKATTIB A CO.,
No. So3 Main street.
Fskd Bahnes ran be found at No.
221 Main street, where the most
fastidious can he accommodated with
the finest work in boots and shoes.
1 i. I - f. L .... . . I ti .. , r .I i , r tn of warm
and dry a specialty. Repairing done,
To the Ladies.
Mrs. M. A. Abdill has returned from
if, a b'nar and in rwanarsil tn fill all CT-
ders in latest styles. No. 511 Maintt.
Go to Island Grove Park.
Permanent and transient boarders fay
the Peabody Hottl is first class in all
Ilabrrllna Habbrr Mtiess,B10 3d st
Pants made to order. Call and see
ou' line cf cawhrneres and worstedsor
which we make you' pants to order
for f5 and 1(1. These are our leaders.
Finer goods at lower prices than can
be made by others. Tailor's fit or no
sale. Latest styles and patterns. Re
member, the number is 214 Main
atreet. a. bkxtib bom,
Fall Line Gen's' Furnishings.
Will Be Held Today M the) Vartona
Chnrrhm Ibe Hoara Wsud.
Spiritual i7itfJ.-2M Second street. Meet
ins at 4 p.m.
&iUm Hnpti CAMrfA.-Carollnastreet. The
Rev. L. W. Williams, pastor.
m. Mitry't nifAeWml Poplar street. Ser
vices at 7 and 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
Stifaraiu Mrerl .tfWWt.t Chnrrh,( fea.
tjarvlces at 11 a.m. by L. II. Kites.
Itomm Minion. Kort Pickering. Ser
vices at 11 a.m. and7:;i0 p.m. Rev. Mr. Snow,
Ororgia Strtrt Hrthatlut. The Rev. D. D.
Mnore, pastor. Preaching at 11 a.m. and
7 ::) p.m.
A'f runners' CAurcV Union streot. The Rev.
N. M. Long, pastor. Sorvu oi at 11 a.m.
and 8 p.m.
Mimphit W.-M.-J.-Trnise service at 7:110
P in. flood tinging will be in attendance.
t elcoiiie ull.
Immaniirt t-Atirc. No. Z4 Third street, be
tween Jefferson and Court, tiervice at 11
a.m. and 8 p. ui.
Cumberland 'rtohytnia. Court street.
Services at 11 u.in. and ":3D p.m. llev.
II. A. Jones, pastor.
(Wrnf Mrthodut Churrk. Union street.
Services al II a.m. atid "::l p.m. R. II.
Mahon, D.D., pastor.
I'nai-e Sfnrt ('Ar.sfiuB f AercA. Preaching
at II a ro. and Hp m. by the Rev. 1). K. U'tl
kins, of ltaltiiuore, Md.
(nfrof Bttvtint, Seoond street, near Iteale.
Prnaching at 11 a.m. and 7:30 n.m. by Ilia
Rev. A. W. Lamar, pastor. All seats free.
Krt 7nfifut. Services at 11 a.m. and
7:4 p.m. Rev. R. A. Venable, pastor. All
seats free. All are Invited.
Rvantrlieal Lutheran Irinilu rAlirrA fffer.
man) Wahingtiin street, between Third
andiourtb. tiurvico at 10:J0 a.m.
.SV.',iarf 'i-esiuferina ( mn'A. Corner Mala
and lleale streets, tetvii-ss, at 1 1 a.m. and 8
p.m. by Ilia tfov W. K. Ilnsgs, patlor.
'irst Meiaorfist. Curner f Second and Pop
lar struets The Rev. H. A. Ktiele, D.D.,
pastor, torvlce aill a.m. and l::i i.m.
Hrt Prmbvttrian. Corner of Third and
Poplar streets. P'eaohing at 1 a.m. and 8
p.m. by the ltev. Kugone Daniel, I) I)., fus-
Btrnando Slrrti Mrlhodiil CnrrA Corner
Linden and Hernando. Preaching at It
a.m. and 7 :'M p.m. by the Rev. J.M. jjpence,
(An'sfina Ck urch. Corner of Linden and
Mulberry streets. I'onimiinioa service at l(i::l
a.m. No preaching luoruing or night during
Voting JfVn't ('Jtrwrina AMiu'infioa Will
hold a Gospel ineeling nt their rooms, '!(
Main ilreet (Lee block), at 4:30 p.m., led by
llonry CrBi't, Ks.
Calvary Church. Corner of Second and
Adams streets. Karly communion at 7 a.m.
Service at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m., the Rev.
Norman llarris, ofllolatlng.
LaudtrdaU Alreef Pmhytrrian Church.
Corner Lauderdale and lleale stroeta.
Preaching at 11 a-m. and 8 p.m. by the
Hev. B. U. Caldwell, pastor.
Alabama Slrti Prmbyttrian Ct awA. Cor
ner ef Alabama atreet and Junes avenue.
Services atll a.m. and7iiKr.u.,by the Rev.
James L. Martin, 1) 1) , pastor.
Awry (Anjnef, A M- . fAurea. Desoto
street, near lleale. The Key. (ieorge Dardls,
paanir.will preaoh 10:80 a.m. tlonerai
elau meeting at S I' m. Preaching at 8 p.m.
Oroce Church Corner Vanoe and Lander
dale streets. The Rev. Ueo. Patterson, 1),
!., rector. Morning prayer at 7 a.m.)
norntpe service and communion at U a.m.i
evening prayer and sermon at 8 p.m.
and Second etteets, "uhhm
Oltioe. New CutbiW ta.;lMii5 i,.
Eer Madison and hecona etceets,., Irft
ours from 8 to 10:30 o'clock a.m.. afVO ftval
8 to 9 p.m.t
0 A Hamilton, Lon Pope,
MJO'Neil, Mr Nick T Shaw,
It ft liufd, urjunaisor,
David 11 Hall, Jllnrke,
Col V K Richardson, lr V L Sim,
MatKbea, F U Atkins A Uo,
AdStorm, K'rk Allen A Co,
J W Hume, Klita Jones,
(1 W Davis, Jo n Overton,
DeoLlliiM, JT Williams,
Cooper k Co, II Morris k lira,
A 11 Smith, John Abraham,
ylck Morrison tlllathorne k Co
D Milburn, MrsM K Kdwarda,
A A Patun A Co. Cuciier k Co.
W V Anderson, V7 A Uennelt,
Oliver, finiile k Co, Frank Johns
Mrs Robt McLean, I (loldsinilh
M flnvfn A Co. J A lluifhes.
A Hi I berberg, W 0 Motlhee k Co,
Cooper A Co, R J Woods k Co,
Col F 8 llishop, L R Denelson k Co,
6 D Drurv, MOinAMnhUo,
W Rftephens, N Wllllamion,
Mrs P Flanigan, PWltrodeACo,
J H U Co, Mrs II Penochsbarg,
Elder Harry (col'd), John b Handle,
Mechanics Dank, tlomlbar k Co,
Thos Letoh, Uirpinan Bros.
This pewder never v:.rles. A marvel et
parity, strength and wholesomeness. Mora
economical than the ordinary kinds, and
cannot be sold In competition wUh the
multitude of low test, short weight alurr or
phosphate powders. SM only weo. Rotai.
Bito Fownaa Ci.. W Wall at..NwVnrk.
No. 238 Main Street.
OFKN THE ENTIRE a" EAR.
TUB course of studrls extended, thorough
and practical, affording superior facili
ties for obtaining a soand business eduoation.
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