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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAYt SEPTEMBER 20, 1886.
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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
' No. 38 MADISON STEEET, . v
fa in receipt of larger,
letted stock of CASSLUEKES.TVOESTEDS, SUITINGS
aiTd OVERCOATINGS, (all
tions,) thai was ever shown
stock comprises the choicest
nd most durable goods in gentlemen's wear.
VST Samples aid Prices on application to those
who aire left measures.
AMUEXE3rg.
Ttf EM PHIS THEATER.
jaM- Joiira Rioorts, Manager.
OPENING OF SEASON
Honda', September 27th. Engagement Three
Nights and Wednesday Matinee,
WILSON! RANKIN
MAM MOTH X15TSTREU,
Beaded bT GEORGE WILSON AND CARL
HAN KIN and Entire New Company,
INTRODUCING
THE PAVANEIAS,
Greatest of All Musical NovoJttes.
TIIEPOLCSKI BROTHERS
With Their Marvelous TR'CK CAMFL, and
OlUtR UREAX ATTRACTIONS.
Thur day. Friday and Saturday Evntngs
and baturday Matinee, September 30th
and October 1st and 2d,
Cba I.. Andrew' MirilAKLSTKO
tiOfF nud nluntt t'tarulval Co.
Lagrst Dramatic Organisation Traveling.
Actually Two Cars Scenery. Really Forty
People. Utorgnous tcenery. Jfich Cos
tumes. Grand Ballet.
Monday, "mobr-r 4tn LIZZIE EVA Net.
BABTCilVG.
Mrs. Florence Fin'ey Moore
WILL REOPEN HER
DANCING ACADEMY
Saturday, Oct. 23d, at 3 P.M.
LOST.
CHECK-No. 13,480 drawn by A. J. Karri
in favur of Tom Tlrown on Marnantili
Bank, the Under will be rewarded fur its
return to 1M .mhiu street.
PERSONAL.
TAR. 0. J. SCHERER. Surgeon Chiropo.
SJ diet, 211 Main street. Sixteen years
practioe In Alempnis. Charges moderate
Call and see him. Oilioe hours from 6 a. m
- loo p.m. em unys irom V to Vi m.
"ISTERNS-Built and repaired and war-
V ranted, inventor or the Sanitary Port.
i land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone tn. TWIN. ill) HHINH
STRAYED.
HORSES Pne large bay tore, shoe offol
lett hind foot, a nd one light bay hone.
with one white hind font. Will pay 15 re
ward on their return to 218 Pnnlar atmet.
. JOHN CUMMINS.
10W Large. Jersey eo'ored. wlJe boms
Kj tf reward for her return to 453 Shelby t,
"J"ULE F'om 300 Madison street, on San
xn aay, tenteuiber lth, a gray horse
mule, about 16 hands high, with letter H
on left hind hi", and a lump on left jaw
Done, ana snoa an rouno. neturn to (J J
jttcuaie and be rewarded, 300 Madison St
TTJORSE From 126 Reale street, on Batur-
jl-jl. oay, August zotn. a llstit sorrel Horse
white in lace. A liberal reward for his re
turn to im. 1. HAACK, 12B Heale.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
TjOOMS Pleasant rooms for gentlemen
J-V with comfortable table boiH; also, day
puBimr, waiiigu at i roototoo street
OOMS Furnished rooms with board
Ul Uourt stree.
R
OOMS AND BOARD-,
At is Market street.
ST.' JAMES HMJSB-OB Adam . stre
Board and lodging, tbx day board, $3
set
50.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS-With superior board,
two bl ticks trom Gayoso Hotel. 4r3 Shelby
T"E8IRABLB Rooms. Inrnished or nntnr.
JLJ nished, single or in suite, with board, at
ia piaumon street.
JL) 'suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
s ;bau nr. uij iront rnnmi. ainoia ap an
wunom ooaru; otaor rooms, HH-IW Court St.
BOdMS-With or
reasonable.
rithont board: terms
140 MADlfeOiN ST.
ROOMS One large front room with bal
cony and one large back room with
large dressing-rcom, and tthers aa good as
n am iuunu in we city.
75 TJNTON 8T
FOR RENT.
"DOOMS Furnished or unfurnished, for
JL-i gentlemen or tor light housekeeping.
u. m iesoto street, near vance.
ROOM Nioely furnished front room.eTery
convenience; at U2 Madison street.
rpHREE ROOMS-In a pleasant family,
- vvhivuibui in uusineiB, ouenp to a re
liable party. Addres M., Appoal.
1300M Dolrable large furnished room.
J-V without board; eentrally Iroated : sail-
oie lor two iyoung men. Kelerence requirerl.
. u, p., care iietter Lamor sso. i
COTTAGE A nice sew cottage with four
xx rooms, large yard, ond oistetn ard all
orTenienoe No. 135 Ross ar.nue. Apply
w jr":"v(uian,jxoJomanassa street.
RE3IDENCE-No. 6S Bt, Martin street.
Apply at No. 70 Bt. Martin ft.
ROOM A nicely furnished romf io' on
or two gentlemen, with r without
board. 46 North Ci -tSt..
Oyer Now Home Sewing Jtfi nuis CtBoe.
8 NEW COTTAGBS In m .t healthy and
desirable art or eit ' t HO a month.
Apply to JAMES J "SMITH,
, Wn. y,, F-nt Street.
SMALL OFFICE-Second
. 4 Howard's Row: water
tjrr. over No.
nd closet: will
make excellent sleeping rooms; price $12 60,
o W. JMnUALLUM, Telephone 242.
LARGE STORK First floor and cellar,
with side and r-ar entrances, Nos. 3fl
and J03 Main street. Possession October 1st,
or sooner, if required.
Offices, No. 280 Second at.
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. 376 Pop
lar street, orer drug stce. A pl to
R. It. SN0WDKN or J. L. GOODLOE,
." 38 Madison street.
FINE OFFKES-65 Madison street, next
to Clarendon Hotel.
D. M. E8X B8, 35 Madison St.
rpiIREI?FL00RS-398 Main streot; good
X light; with or without elevattr; front
and re.r eutrnuro.
HOUSES On and near Walker aren"e,
on Elmwood street oar line, frnt the
1st September, several houses, from two tn
eight rooms, in guod repair. Apply at 36
Union s-reet. JOS. LENOW.
XT OU8S-220 Washington 8 : 7 rooms and
J 1- nathronm. Apply at 133
) Pnular St.
STOREHOI'SKS
No. 1fi Main Strset.
No. 2i5 Main Street.
No. 2ir7 Main Street.
ApplyJo JAMtS LEE.jJb., 4 MadjsonSt.
FURNI611ED H0USE-134 Vance street.
Arply on premises.
ROOMS One large frout.roora, with small
room and large ctos6t adjoining, uniur
nished, at 3r8 Vance street.
ROOMS Twe furnished or unfurnished
room sji t 40 Madison street.
RESIDENOK-342 Vance street.
Apply a 334 Vance street.
jtLKGANT newly lurnished rooms, bath-
room, ete inquire at no uourt street.
RESIDENCE From Oct. 1st, elegant brick
residence, No. 108 Washington at. For
terms apply to No. 718 Main street.
STOREHOUSES-The three new first-class
Storehouses on Slislby street, next north
of the Gayoso Hotel. Terms teasonable.
Apply to CA11R1NGTON MASON,
Madison street
Cn6li:E OFFICES On second story, oo
cupied for many years by Dr J. W. Nel
son, Dentist, corner Union and Main streets.
Apply at SS Union street. JOS. LENOW.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-Suitable for light
housekeeping. N.cor. Sec'ndand Market
FRONT AND REAR OFFlCB-274 Front
: street) cotton-room and office; terms
moderate. Apply to . ,
S TOOF. McflOWA A CO. '
0U8B No. 162 Robinson street. 6 rooms,
. in good repair, aond cistern water.
' M t KRS Jt 8NEKD, 3108ecoad St.
CniRSISffBD ROOM8-Atr5 Monro it.,
A? esesaaare ton Peabody Hotel. ..
E
UDRRAT RIDGELT, ) '
more varied aud better as-
this season's importa
In this market. The
design, finest textures
FOR SALE, RENT OR EXCHANGE.
A GRAND NKW STOREHOUSE At Bur-
ronnded Hill, Arkansas, the best cotton
region in that Slate, eighiy-fire miles from
Memphis and fifty mi es from Little Rock,
on me m. ana u. k. n. tt. Apply to
No. 11 ADAMS BT.. Meim.hi.. Tana
Also, severe! Stock Ranches in Grand
rraine. Arkansas.
FOR SALE.
H
ITZFELD's oil, gas and fluid stores for
lignt nouscgeopmg, 18 styles. ieo3 led Pt.
COWS-Two Jersey Cows and One Heifer.
I will sell at F. A. JONES k CO.'s
blAULbs, on Monroe street, without re
serve, at 12 o oiook m., on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 4,1886,
two Jersov Cows, giving milk end In calf.
Also, a Uoifrr. All well b'eil and of the
best milk and butter (amines.
Terms: Cash, or sixty days' city accept'
anceS; m. w. iiuinw.
CHAMBER'S FOLDING MACHINE- But
little used, and in good condition. Ap-
piyat Art KAlj Ut TfCi.
A FINE Local Canvassing Busiress.wort kt
S250; will soil tn a rood eanvasser fur
SiOcasn. Can be woraeJio connection with
othtr business. Ad. "Louis," this office. d I
T OT Cheap, on south lideof Vance street.
XU 150 foet west of Wellington street, 5ox
210Itet. Apply to w. H. RO(ifc.RS.
10W AND CALF
At 2o6 Johnson Avenue.
OONY One bay mare pony, 7 years old;
a. styrsn ana siiernv.
H. a. CAMPBELL, 38 Madison St.
rpWO STORY BRICK HOUSE AND LOT-
-L Api.lv at 76 Front Street.
-t HACK H rses, harness and license at a
J. nargain; part cash, and balance in
montniy paymints.
Inquire at No. 75 Monroe street.
nnrrir wcmLvnu nr.:
i,U ..UlHUll v, I LI 1 1 III n 1 1 11 I
D modern improremenis; No. 493 Shelby
street.. Apriy to A. u. Treadwell, xeou-
tor, do. u union street.
TI1K Ira e
Hotel,
e and fixtures of the St. Elno
Me-idian. Miss. Twenty-five
commodious rooms, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on tne street next door: now doing a
good businesa and popular. Can be had at a
bargain if applied for within the next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Elmirs, proprietor ,
werinian. ansa.
T,IN-L"t of tin, suitable for rroflng Also
X a large ice box. At Gabay's,4ui) ehelby.
LD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Vy senate Uuilding, occupied by B. Low-
enstein 4 Bros.
must be removed at once.
Apply to
JUHK Kt.ll), Builder.
"VTEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
j.- iwiH, at uean avenue, inquire on
oremipea
pHEAPr0ne second hand ROCK AWAY,
nearly as good as new, at lot u nt nst
ONE BED-ROOM SET,
One Dining-room Set,
One Kitchen Set,
with possession of houte at nrce.
' 34 ST. MARTIN STREET.
piEDAR FENCING POSTS-For sale by
V w. n. UAitrvir, ivarainsvlllo, Ala.
O0ILER-50-H. P. koHer, tested to 160 lbs.
i-J water p essure; will soli chean apply
at
spker's on
n.
W00DLAWN STOCK FARM- Inthestud
one thoroughbred Running Horse; fee
120. One Trottin? Horse: fee. 110. OneJer
ser Bull : fee, t2.&0 For Sl 30 Horses,
8 Milch Cows, 15 hesd Butcher Cattle, Pea
cocks and Newfoundland Pups. Horses on
pasture, IS per month : Texas horses, 10c per
qay icicpnone JUM.PU till Hat; v , gf,2.
TTPRIGHT PIANO-Oood aa new, cheap
u lor oasn; or will exchange lor hoard.
Arinress h Appenl office.
WAN 1 ED.
ROOMS-Well furnished rooms, No. 81
Linden street.
"I IRL For general housework; no wash
J loar. White nreferred. Call at 121
Washington street.
TAY BOARDERS A few can be acoom-
xj modatea at 77 Adams street.
0 RENT Three or four ground or first
uoor rooms in Business portion of the
city. Address U. C, care Women's Ex
change.
i"100k-For family of three, at No. 10(i
union street.
TTTANT KD Ladies, local or traveling. A
VV wonderful entirelv new aneciall a fur
ladies ooiy; eioauy easily made; no photo,
n? painting; partieuiara tree. u.
.nlL,r,, pox 443, th'cago. lll.
POSITION-By a lady as mus'c teacher, or
to teach you 0 a children Rnolish brAnchea.
Salary expected moderate. Good home de
sired. Address ' Jeacber," Columbus. Miss.
MAN An intelligent, earnest man to rep
resent, in his own looality, a large re-
ponsioie nouso. A remnnaratii-n are tn
ri.ht party. Steady position References
exonanged. Americas Alanufaotu ing lijuse,
POSITION By a man thoroughly conver
sant with all the details i f business.
An expert accountant and honk keener. I n.
exceptionable references. F. W ., this office.
"YflLLINER-A sood milliner at Mrs. M.
xti. joDnion s. 383 Main street.
ROOM MATE A lady who ii pleasantly
QU trterad (with a view tn ecnnntnv anil
eompanionship) desires an agreeable lady as
room mate. Location cantral. ttefarmcea
exchanged. Address Hoom Mate, this office.
"A TAN To do housework and drive ear-
xii. riaee. Apply to 303 atauderdale strcot.
POSITION In a country store: A 1 refer-
i ences. Auaress w. J., this omce.
A AITERS-Two good waiters. Call at
vv Hand 11) Adams street.
IMMEDIATELY A good is man, honest,
j- soosr ana loaustrious, woo understands
inning cotron ana steam machtnory, too, to
n extent to enable him to manaee a first-
lass ginning establishment ahnnt lltv milea
irom mempnis, on tne river. Apply t
SULArtl. 272 Front St.. Memphis.
ITU ATION-By a yoong man of business
' and office exnerlennn. anil nn whn Irnnn
, . . , - - - - - ..
nnwiiiwnr. u., tnis onice.
LJUMiiUH A practical farmer wanU a I
X pcciijon as manager on cotton planta-
ii"n or sto" iarm. Ad. ftl.. S7 b-ndoi Bt.
LiiVERYUODY-To know that the Pino
JU Alnttrcss will eura asthma, rheuma
tism, hron hitis, insomnia, nervousness and
ny lever, cauipios can be seen at
4o or;h tourt street.
MAN To run engine and file saw. Also,
a rood sawyer. None need aoolv un
less they can give best of reference. Call at
Hcnning t Hannah s Saw Mill,
Moodav,
Just above Hore Oi' Mill.
"CCrPANTB For front room, with drena-
V J ine room, southern exposure, in private
family, conven'ent to business. Address X,
care Letter larnur Dave w asnmgton.
T ADY AGENTS Our agenu have had
JUi such wnndertul success selling Mrs.
Campbell's Combination Skirt and Bustle
(some clearing $150 a month), that we make
this special request for all agen s who want
steady, money running Business, to send
tamp for catalogue. Also, tarnishing
Goods. Address E. H. Campbell i Co., 484
W est Randolph Street, Chicago, III.
nnTTnY cctrn ttr a tutbt, ij .. i i . n .1 v ... i
forssjejhoapatJJLOBEOIbJVOMKS
innL'.i- 1 kl. luib . c -
J glish. German or Swede: wages. 13 per
week. Atpiy witn relerences to
No S2iRMBUR--l A v ENUK.
UCRAP IKON A quantity of stove plate,
ij roacmnery. scrap iron end ora carwneeis.
St. Louis Mulleable Iron Co., St. Louis, Mo.
A M AN To take an office and represent a
mannlaoturer; SoO per week; small
capital required. Address, with stamp,
; Box 70, W est Acton, Mass.
1 Ann I-BS- P BATHERS Highest cash
'j priee paid By WABAY,
Mom nil i
VKRYTODY TO KNOW-That I
ill
K FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
nextthlrty days tor II &U.
I A. WESSON,
I 243 Main areet.
OLD GOLD A SILVER For cash or ex
shanre. MULfORD, Jews er, i4Ma.a
U. LO WEA STEIX at KROS. I
SILK DEPARTMENT.
W friva Iwlnw tVin namoa rl Va
meat popnlar nlsin silk fabrics of
the season. Wa hava tha meat
complete and varied assoitmcnt
. 1 A. .1. ... ,
Dvereuuwu iv lus mumpniS puD
lie. Althnilffh tha raw ailb a,t.
vanced fully 25 per cent in the
eariy Hjirmn, aoa Das since main-
L tainiaH at:fF nripca rfn.
nate enouen tn take timn Viv th
forelock in making oar contracts
ana purcoBsing our entire stcck oi
silks, etc., for tnis season before the
advance set in, which places ns in
a position to sell all these goods st
former prices, cauiinR our pauoas
an BCtDal savincr AnMrAina in
present market lates, of fully 25
per itjui., wuicn is enougn lo pay
for IVlA mahinor rJ aneniutnni. vrtn
may select, ote our lUt of Black
ana sjoiorea ones and bat ins:
Sallo Ducbeae,
SakllsiTrleot,
Snlla ajervllletssi,
NHlln IFpnnolp,
Matin Luxor,
Bnttisi KbHdAiue,
Satin Surah,
Satin I Lyon,
Plnin 1'nllle Kilke,
I.ibt Wcleht Groa Grain a like,
Silk itoyalra,
a ara Heavy Jros Faillea,
File rrancaia,
Bilk Arinurea.
Bilk Rbaclximerra,
BilkNuraba,
Bilk serge,
Balln Haacotte.
Amonget (he above will be found
all and every new dve nroduced.
Many oi came can onlv be bad from
u?, as thoy wew produced exe'u-
sively, and certain weaves
wnicn we are the sole agents in
tbii city. Tne following are the
names oi tne mott prevailing tail
snaaes:
Took laoee.Ficelle, taapho,I.iece,
Telephone, ler Force Argent,
Heron Ebenler, Judle Gabon, I
Moueae, Dead Beacb, Buede, Bal-
tiojae, Peacb, Pectole VsU'or,
Con Utile.
IfOTELTIEi IN SILKS.
Oar exhibit of novelties are mir
acles of beauty and ait. .We could
not do them justice by description,
but will merely give names of the
mrst prominent. As to the met its
of these goods we are satisfied to
1 .1 T I A. .
leave ins juuKtren to our patrons,
who will, we are positive, congratu
late ns in teenriog snch a (uperj
collection:
Telyler SlgurdVe lvier Perle,
Pelnebe Pompadour Balln and
Plnab Pehlna (two toned). Faille
Franealseaad Plnab Pekinfvarie-
aated), Tlaries Cut Plnab Peklns.
Cut and uncut Plush Plaids with
tufted rquiies, much longer cap of
contrasting colors, each as reach
and Wh'te, Black and White,
Navy and Dead Beach, Vert and
reauh, tte.
The Snow DrOD Novelty, of long
loop sua vioe. intermingled with
broken strips of White Velvtt. .
Fancy sl'ver tinselled Plaid Silk
Uauze, In all tne new opera tints.
Complete line of Moire Fran-
caise In ivening and street shades.
This maternal is one of the most
popular fabrics (with comet styles).
to com Dine with plush costumes.
Tha AVSTlino, ahalna n-.mft tn bi.
r'gated stripes with the new and
much adnrred Clone effect.
Jet beaded black Pluhes. Baya
dere effects, and blatk Velvet IV-
kins, Brocade Fekica. etc . in end
less veritty.
Mnat mao-nifl-anf (.lanl whlla
iridescent, fancy, highly 'colored
fronts, panels, and tabliere. for
Dtiaai, uinper, recaption, opaia,
oaa ana visiting costumes.
The most complete assorl ment of
o'a n and fancy Evening? Silks ever
displayed by ns, prices ranging
irom ouc to u per yard.
TELTEIS AND PLUSHES.
Oar ImpoitatioEB of Velvets and
Plnsb.es this season excels in varie
ty, novelty of design and superior
quality, embracing all the latest
productions in black: aad a 1 the
leading colors. Among the Plushe
will be found the new Clouded or
Marbleized effects, which are en
tirely diUerent from the old t.me
plain finish, which can be had
from tbe vety cheapest trimming
grade to tne ncest are;a quality.
Call Monday and Inspect tbe four
special pargains in new black Silks.
Cloak and .Suit Department.
We inangurate Monday a special
display in thia department, c n-
eittiDg of fabrics especially suitable
to ti e present time, in Hdies me
dium and low paced suits. We
will show many new thinns that it
will b3 impossible to duplicate late r
in me season, in Walking Jackets
we have juit received a lot of 200 im
ported sample garments, that were
bought very much nt tier the price,
and at present we are willing t3
sell them at a very dose margin.
uoe rroota later sucu values can
not possibly be had for less than
an advance of 25 per cent. In Jer
seys we are snowing the la e-t
styles, and lor the coming week
will sell them at a profit ol 10 per
cent, over cost. Our novelties are
arriving daily and we will abow
mere pretty Wraps and Baits than
ever. Lail and inspect our Dur-
chases and learn our prices.
B. LOWENSTEIN afclUtOS.
HtJXTEIl I1ROS.
SPECIAL DISPLAY
ON
Monday, September 27tn,
Of onr fall importation, comprising
Black Silks, Colored Si!k. Rhad-
ana rancy i lUBueu.
BLACK GOODS.
Tn r.Ma flpnartmant va o m aAm
Inir ATOpllnnr vnlnna In riahmmA.
- - - - j ' . ... vj i vjf ,
Silk Warn, llnnrifitai KKmlo,
Camel's Hair, Triccts, Serges, Otto
man. Arm 11 re ana manv rt ur nav
and tionnlar weaves in mnnmin,.
irr.il 5... 7i.i J "...
guuua uut una bcosuu.
COLORED DRESS WOODS.
In (h's decattment we exc?l sdv
previous display.
This season we Intend to mska
this one of our epeciaiiug.
Kew Fall Dress Goods, from lOn
per yard up to tne hnebt wool and
silk mixturtB.
We are showing lome new olnr.
iogsi n Hir Lines, Tin C'hpoks, Che
viots and stripes in all Wool and
biik and wool t net is.
LADIES, COME MONDAY
and see onr new goods.
Just received, an elegant line of
uanta de Buede uioves 4, b and 8
outton lengtcs.
S imethir g Bpscial in Gloves Mon
day.
NoTB-Tbey will' not last lone:
cou ii get oniy ivi aczsn.
5-Batton Kid Gloves in all the
new shades at 50c.
BIG BARGAINS MONDAY.
HUNTER BROS. DISPLAY
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New Pa'samentery. , ,
New Fringei ..
New liumdke rchies,
New Healery. .
Tomorrow Hunter Bros, will sell
yard wide eateens at 10c.
Hixtra heavy Cotton Flannel at
IOC.
Bargains in colored and bleached
Damask.
Bargains in 10-4 Sheeting.
Bargains in Marseilles and Cro
chet Quilts
Bargina in 4-4 bleached and
brown Domestic.
New Ginghams.
New Calicoes.
GREAT JERSEY SALE.
Call and examine the qua'ity and
pries.
A leading manufacturer has sent
us 453 sample Jerseys, costing from
$2 50 to $8, and has instructed ut
to sell them at about half the cost
of making.
Do not fail to get one.
CasslmerB, Cloths, Flannels aad
BLANKETS.
TTflvlntv TilafiArl mi drAnra fn
these goods in tbe Spring, before
tha araat aHvahr,A In nrinA wo ara
able to make you special low prices
on
White, Sc4rletand
Fancy Flannels,
Saxony and Uermantown
Yarns, Zaphyrs, etc.
Ws ota aala ofranta for thA nnla-
braled Bear brand Zephyrs.
Lew Lace Curtains.
Kiw Si k Cnrtains and Ebony.
Comics poles.
Mail orders promptly attended to.
LadiAH. vnn will find every de
partment storked with now an d at-l
tractive bargains tomorrow.
UUJSTEIS BROS.
i ivrT;
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HEX KEN AND COMPANY.
' As ' heretofore announced, we
ni noniave a lormai opening this
seisin lBircduung the custom
prevailing in all the leading houses
oi tne XNortr, oi ci'piaying- new
giodssa rapidly ga they arrive, giv
icg all an opportunity to aelect the
latest garments and fabrics.
It is well known that the choicest
novelties are imported in limited
quantities, frequently only one of
a a-uiu, n kb woris oi nign an, with
out a ouplicate, except by awkward
imitation.
Fashion for this fall and winter
is now fixed. Tomorrow you ran
fee a sptayeu in our vast etnpnrium
tha va.v nawaat In Valvali I ..
s, Silks, Tailor Su tirg, Evening
Novelties and Paria Wool Drees
Goods, in plain, stn tfed and fancies.
Tomorrow, also,
OUR NEW WRAP3
Wilt be on sxhib'tion. The special
feature of tomorrow's expositior.
in connection with all new costum
ing matanals, mill be an ixtraonli-
nary display of
FINE BEADED LACES,
SnilnMa for fronts, pane's nnd cor
sage decoration. Notblrg similar
has ever been leen here boh re.
Pi ices range from $11 50 to $30 per
ya d. riven if you have no inten
tion ol buying, we trust you will
livor us with your presence to-
motrow and et'ioy the grand dis
play of iuapoited drees fab its,
wraps, ornaments and leccs a pic
ture of superlative beauty, variety
and taste to be od joyed forevtr
and never lorgotten.
NEW PABIS MILLINERY.
Our Millinory Department is
now under tbe supervision of Miss
M. J. Johnstm, a ltdy of cu t
vated tasta and approved experi
ence in the fashionable world. To
morrow a 1 the new matenale,
shape, bonnets, ba's, leathers and
omameots will De displayed.
A Feast for Housekeepers
It is needlers to remind a dis
criminating public tbut outs )s in
deed and in fact "The It use (or
Carpets." It goes without atving
that onr ttcck ol Carpets and Cur
tains is not equalled ouUude of the
largest cities in the country, and
not even aurpts;ed there. Our
giods are bought to suit tbe boat
trade and niih a view to tiva the
best value and to supply the new
est ttyles. For that reason we
have never touched auction car
pels, though they may be all right.
We know, however, aa a matter of
fact, that tbe b;tt manufactures,
cannot make carpets fast enough to
supply the demand, consequently
tbey never resort to auctions. And
as a matter ot fact, also, the teller
at the largest acc ion tale in New
York tbta year introduced the sale
by reminding all his heateis tbat
all carpets offend were last .year's
Bt.jrico. .
OUR UKEaT CURTAIN SALE
Last week was an immense success,
we cleard out all tbe goods sdvsr
tieed, and tomorrow place new
lot on sale much more expensive
but at about the same paces aa
those of last week,
100 pair Vienna Lace Curtains
at f ) (.0 a pair, value JS 75.
50 pair Swiss Lice Curtains at
$13 25 a pair, value $10.
75 pair Heavy Tortiers, crimson,
blua and olive colorings, with r ch
dad.s, at $4 a pair.
ttrass trlmaned poles with all cu
tains at 20c e tch.
New Art Carpets Exhibited.
New Fltmish Art Curtains.
Our phenomenal sales in the
Linen and Domeitio Department
induce us to offer the publio tomor
row some valuej that appeal to
every housekeeper's interest read
carefully to the end:
200 d sen colored bordered Doy
lies at 00c, woith $1 a doz;n.
25 lace Bed Sets at $1 50 and 12,
worth $3 50 and (4 each.
50 pieces soft Bleached Sheeting,
2 yards wide, at 16c.
100 colored Crochet Bed Spreads
atj$l 25 eacb-r-a great bargain.
zuu pieces neat round tnreau
water twitt Blenched Domestic,
without dressing, at 8 jo, worth 10u
at the mills.
75 doxen all linen fringed pla'd
Doylies, large siss (18 inches
square), at$l a d zen, worth $2.
i)W yards bleached all llnon table
DamaBk, satin finished, at 63c, a
bargain for $1.
125 Crochet white Counterpanes
at 75c, worth $1 15.
00 dozen large all linen Towels
at 12Jc each, worth $2 50 a dozen.
47 elegant white Marseilles Coun
terpanes (to. close) at 3 25, former
ly $0.
China, Glass and Plated Ware.
French China Mugs, assorted
decorations, 9s each.
Oroide shape", wild rcss decora
tioES, French China Tea Sets, $11,
worth $18.
Kubina and Saphire Silt a id Tap
per Stands only 5o.
Almten sbapo r touch China Uups
and Saucers, new decorations, i-Vj.
Kogers Al tuple plate Hutter
Diahes, elegantly chssed, II 50.
Rogers Al triple pla'e Cake Bas
kets, $4 98. formerly $8 50.
Rogers Al triple plate Card Re
ceivers, $2 50, formerly $5.
Upright large sizs willow Clothes
Hampers at $1.
Children' Lunch Baikets, oc.
We foond a case of Willow Bas
kets and Wall Pockets which hud
been mislaid for two yeais. The
artie'es were worth then from 50c
to $2 each. Tomoriow we will
clear ouf
THE LOT AT 15c EACH,
Not a quarter ol value.
ENKEH AND C0MPANI.
E. SLAGER,
Tailor and Importer.
llMt'va'rted hTCf "ow "ojnP'sfa- The I.arg-eet, Choicest end
HVKiT?M sa? VS.Z9r? . '8'"Pbls, oonalatlnr ot all las
Ebuotf V, KiRTJaS
many. 1 wish to make MfKi I L 1 icntioj t mv miaTnm .nVi
Cor. Sicond and Jefftrton
MENKEN AM1 COMPANY.
We respectfully a k every lady
and trr 1 1 man i n , a. u ;. j.
r -- .u.v.vmiiou i u iciuvro
nd who is not iot-rested? to
.i . i. .. ..ii -. , .
r-mu mo luium inn 'cis and points
"i -uno ouu ueuiiemen s
FOSTER'S KID GL0TES.
Foster's Gloves are fastened
with tbe new Improved fltt hcok,
timpie anu eiiecuve.
Foster's U loves are flniRlmd
with a high luster that time dees
not. aiicct.
Foster's Gloves are msde of
French dreised kid. Tho skirsara
selected by exports, who will rot
admit one having the leait Haw.
Foster s Glorcs am warrant
ed perfect any breaking on fair
trial will be taken bat k and a cow
pair givn instead.
We are sole aaents in Memphis
for the aale of Foitei'a Gmnine
French Kid Gloves. Beware i f Imitation-.
All of Foster's Genuino
Kid Gloves a'e stamped on the ln-e-lde
of glove in fao simile of signa
ture, thus:
Another pilot about Foster's
Genuine French Kid Gloves and
it is an important one Is the price.
Foste r's G'oves areaold throughout
the United Siatrs at the same price.
They have a list governing all their
agents (Macy in Now York, Men
ken and Company in Memphis)
which cannot be dovialod from.
As others in Mempbii have nil
vortisetl Foster's Kid Gloves we de
sire to say once ft r all that the firm
of Fester, Paul A Co., who ontrol
these gloves, have sgraed to sell
their DPtt qualities stamped to ns
only. Tbe agreement is exhibited
at our Glove Connti r.
Tomorrow we open alto a full
and elegant selection cf
Undressed Kid Mouequetalres.
Undressed Laced Kid Gloves.
Ia 6 to 20 button lengths.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
FLOYD A CO.
Tbe New Hueenaware Firm Nearly
dr.
Xhe woik of taking stock, cleaning
up, replenishing and gett'ng into order
has teen greater than Me sts. fioyd
and Fallen supposed when thev first
took charge of the late O N. Erich's
establishment, but it ia nearly fin
iaheil, and they will Boon 1 j ready for
active business.
School Books
Retailed at
WHOLESALE PRICE?
AT
E. F. WILLS A CO.'S,
317 Main Street.
For 97 HO lleatter Makea Paala to
siraier itias are Warth t 80. Call
and Kaninlne tkelr atoek at Hit
Main Blreel.
INAUGURAL BALE OF
FALL AND WINTER GOODS
At the Popnlar House of
I. UOLDMSIITII A II It OS,
DRESS GOODS DEPARTMENT.
We have a full stock of the latest
novelties.
Dreae Goods.
Mlba aad Hatlae.
Velvet aad velveteens.
20 pes All Shales Dreis Flanel,
doubie width, at 40c, worth 65c.
40 pea All Shades Tricot, worth
OOo a yd, for 00c a yd.
100 pes Grey Deblge, worth 20o
a yd, for lOo a yd.
100 pes All Shades Dress Gooda
at 12c a yd.
Novelties in Dresi Flannel, Bro
cade, Plaid snd Mixture-.
HOUSEKEEPERS
We invite to csll and examine our
large atock of
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS,
Blankets and Quilts, and our cele
brated brand cf (JottonFlaonel at 5c,
7Jc, 10c, 12Jo to 20o a yd. 100 pair
White Double Blankets at $1 pair;
250 pair Grey Double Blankets at
75c a pair. 60 pes Turkey Red
Calico at 5c a yd.
JERSEYS t JERSEYS!
We have received a large assort
ment cf Jerseys fiomfitlc up. Ask
for the very latest "Boucie Jer
seys" at $1 75.
Bperlal Nale Tble Week of
BOYS' SCHOOL SUITS
In large variety. Alo 200 pair Odd
Panti for Boys. 50 doz Polo Caps
for Itoysand Girls at 25c each.
Children's Rubber Cloaks and
Biys' Rubber Coats in large va
riety. IlttlH.
Greittst varioly.
Lowest prices. At
COHEN'S, 219 Msin Street.
To the IiitdleN.
Mme. Godart, of 21)0 Main street,
has returned from a buelnecs tiip to
tbe Fast, and will In glad to Bee all
her customers, for whom she baa se
cured all the lata styles in dress mak
ing. The capacity of tbe Madame is
so well known to tbe fashionable ladies
of the city tbat no recommendation is
necessary.
Sts.,
Mimphls, Tann.
RELIGIOUS SERVICES :
Will Be Held Today at the Varloa
Cbnrcbea at the Hoars Named. '
-ial.-Qospel song and praise eervloe ait
7 ;ii p.m. . .
Sairitunl 77,l 9a u... -4 .
, - uwiHU 1111,1,
Meet-
ius a p.m.
&im ItitnliMt r.. ..!:. . . eL.
p i vif U" 1 1 viHiiim.BueBi, IJn
u. . niuiauia, pastor. (.,
Stfarant .Vtrcat .V.-tWwt CAurcJ.CAoseej.
Eervices at 11 a.m. by L. H. Bites.
81. itfnrg'a Cotaedral-Poplar street. Ser
vice! at 7 anil 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.
yfoic.ii MiWoa.-Fort Pickering. Ser'
vioes at 11 a.m. and 7 :M p.m. Rev.J.II.Bnow.
pastor.
Georgia .SVrvef Mrlhodinl. The Rev. D TV
Moore, pastor. Froaching at 11 a.m. a ,1
7;;W p.m. ,
Stnintim' LhurcH. Union street. The Rev.
N. M. Long, pastor. Sorvices at 11 a.m.
auJ 8 p.m.
Immanurl t hurck. No. 2M Third street, be
tween Jetfersoo and Court. Servioe at 11
a.m. and 8 p.m.
Oumserliinti Prtnbyttriatt. Court street.
Services at 11 a.m. and 7:3d p.m. Rev.
U. A. Jones, pastor.
Central fi-taodial rniin-ft. Union street.
Pervioes at U a.m. and 7i:l p.m. K. 11.
Mahon.D.D., pa.-lor.
Atmngr'icol Lutheran "trinity CAuirJl (ffcr-
Washington slroet, between Third
and Fourth, her vice at 1(1:30 a.m.
Sri-ond PrMbytrrian Ihuri'h. Corner Mnln
and Heale streets, tiervioja, at 11 e.ui. and 8
p.m. by the Ror W. E. Dings, pitetor.
Firn M'thoilitt. Corner of Second and Pop. .
lar streets The Rev. 8. A. rt')e, D.D.,
pasUr. torvloo atlla.m. and 7;.'l p.m.
Alabama .Street Pmbyierinn, Churcn. Cor
ner el Alabama street and .Tones avenue.
(Services at 11 a.m. by W. R Slawart, Esq.
Airsl PretbvttriiH. Corner of Third and
Poplar streets. I'roacliing al II a.m. and 8
p.m. by the Rev, Eugene Daniel, D D., pas
tus. Hernando Street ,W-o(i CAxrM Corner
Linden and Hernando. Preaching at 11
a.m. and7::p.in. by the Rev. J.. M. gpence,
pastor.
St.Petrr't ltoman f nfrWio ( liureh. Fin t
maas at 7 a m. ; second mass at tt a.m. l high
laassand sormon atlt):3U a.m.; ve,pors ut
7:HUp.m.
thrittian Church. Corner of Linden and
Mulberrystreeta.Uoiiiuitmion serviceat HI ::it)
a.m. No preaching uiorutng or night during
paster s aostuce.
1'oiiag Afin's Carwfiim .sucinliow-Wlll
hold a Gospel meoting ut tlieir rooms, 'Alii
MalnMreet (Lee block), al 4 p.m., led by
Wui.K btawart, Kri.
Lauderdale Street Preebuttrian CJturca.
Corner Lauderdale and Ueale streets.
Preaching at 11 a.m. and 8 p.m. by the
Rev. 8. 0. Oaldwsll, pastor.
Href Baptiet. Services nt 11 a.m. and
7:i'p.m. Freach'ng al night by the Rev.
Dr. Kvarts. All aeats free. All are Invited.
Rev. R. A. Venabla, pastor.
Avery thapel. A- W. B. Caurca. Desoto
street, near lieale. The Rov. George Dardia,
pas or, will preach at 10::10 a.m. General
olasa meeting at 3 p.m. Preaching at 8 p.m.
tfrnfe CAurorV Corner Vance and Lander
dale streets. The Rev. Geo. Patterson, D.
D.. rector. Morning servloe and sermon
atlla.m.; evening prayer and service at8
p.m.
Gewfra! flnpltal. Second street, near Be.tle.
Preaching at 11 a.m. by Dr. Everts, of Doe
son, and at 7:30 p.m. by Dr. Blackburn,
of Layette, lud. All seats free. Rev., A.
W. Lamar, pastor.
laberwtclr Hnptiet Church Preaching at
11 a.m. by Elder Hraxton, of Ualtlmore,
Mil.; al3p.in.ejr Elder Newman, or New
Orleans, La., and al 8 p.ui, by Elder Taylor,
ot Richmond, Va.
Calvary Church. Corner of Becond and
Adams streets, esrvloe at!U a.m. and 8 p.
rn., the Kev. Noruiaml B. Harris, olticiating.
The attendance of the young men of Mem
this Is very earnestly solicited this morning.
UNDELIVERED TELEGRAMS.
Western Union,
List of undelivered telegrams re
mainins at tha Western Union Telearanh
Office, New Cotton Exchange Building, cor
ner Madison and Becond streets. Othoe
hours from 8 to 10:90 e'olook a.m.. and from
6 tot) P.m. I
Frank Malton, John Crowloy,
Moohunios' Bank, E W How,
Erb A Co, JC Johnson,
)r Wdiford, Clias Grassman,
W Jovce. J M Kilwanl.
R H Denlng, Hill A Wilkerson,
J M Williams, C A Dessaisure,
melon, hnnseiBack,
fi... i. t ii ,i
..iuu-iii. iu it. uurry,
Geo W Bryant, Fannie Wesaoll,
ii rneian, a J uhurotilll,
R n Doming, John Groen,
New Erb. 8 L Finlev.
P McOadden A Co, J T Fargasou k Co
Wm Forrest. J 8 llavanl.
Toef. McUowan A Co Alfred Clark, .
Ilnrdwig Peres, Mrs May llalib, .
(1 M Cook, T B Treaerant,
CaptS T Carnos, W T Anderson,
Mis LW Humes, LIvermoreF'dyJtMCo,
Will Weber. Woods k Nwnnn.
J II Kent, Mr and Mrs E May
Dunsoomo, Watts Bros, i
J 8 U A Co, Luc Leber,
JMKonnard, R J Woods,
Hxtuuuter.
Travelers
From all parts of the country stop at
tbe Pea body and say it is the best ho
tel in the South. ...
Haberllnst "teuclls, SIO Second at.
Taki a ride to Island Grove Park
this afternoon. Round trip, 15 cents.
Fine f.'aamlnaer Panla Made to Or.
der for at Heater's, H amain
Mreet.
F O It ItEET.
Rihidkncb No. 85 Madleon street,
occupied by the late Dr. K. M. Bud
deke. PojsBFsion October 1st.
Stork No. 40 Madis: n street, Men
ken block. Apply ti
J. 8 ANDREWS,
Menkonand Company.
Panla to Order a SO. Worth SII,
at Healer's, till Halu Ml reel.
For Best Shot's
OO TO
J. M.HILL ACO'S.,
comer Main and Union.
Ilaberllog Slrnrlle. SIO Second at.
1 n n.Hvvra KtfTimnr. SlTrHSLg.
and all school goods at E. F. Wills A
Co.'s, 317 Maiu Street, at lowest price.
Go to Island Grove Park thia after
noon on steamer Enquirer.
Uaberling Bobber Blasapa, SiO M t
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