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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY,
OCTOBER 3, 1886.
S. E- BIIDG-ELT,
TAILOR, DRAPEft & IMPORTER
JXo. 38 MADISON STEEET,
la In receipt f a larger,
lected stock f CASSIMEEES.TrORSTEDS, SI IT1NGS
and 0YERC01TINGS, (all
lions,) tkaa was ever shown
stock comprises the cboicest designs, finest textures
and most durable goods in gentlemen's wear.
)Sf Samples and Prices on
who have left measares.
ITZFBLD'S Oil. Fluid and Oas Stoves
jor lirnt nonsemep-na:. r-eooeQ m.
OOD HBATIN8 6TOVE-
At necona srrse'.
AT AUCIION Monday. October 4. 1886.
at 10 o'olock, at It. A. Jones k Co.'i
stable, 62 Monro stive), seven Texas Ponies,
. two Mules and threw Horses. Terms cash.
IpURNIlUKE All the furniture in First
1 Baptist Church Pews, Chairs and Car
yets. Apply to JoMi h Brace. 39 Monroe St.
-j A BKAUTIFUL BUILIUNU I,OTS-Near
Xrk State Fen, ale U Hone, lor sale on easy
monthly payments, at 84 to tti per front foot ;
two b ocks frem street cars, in the m st de
sirable suburb of Memphis Only SoO ocsh
down required, and balance at $11) per month.
T. A. LAMB, 10 Madison street.
LOT I have a beautiful corner lot, lr0i
1:15 tret, in the nnet suburb o Mem
phi, one block irom cars, in a delifhttul
neighborhood, which I will sell at the very
low prioe of i6 pi-r font. 'I em s: S1H0 rashi
balance, tXI per month. Well fmced, with a
new stable no lot. Splendid for investment
erhnuie. T. A. LAMB. 10 Madison street.
COWS-Two Jersey Cows and One Uelfer.
I will nil at F. A. JONKS A CO.'s
STABLK.-I. on Monro street, without re
serve, at 12 o'clock in., on
MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1686,
two Jersey Cows, divina milk and in calf.
Also, a Heifer. All well b ed and of the
best milk and butter families.
Terms: Cash, or sixty days' c'ty accept
ances. E- W. LONti.
ClIIAMBKll'R FOLDING MACHINE-But
J little Btied, and in good condition. Ap.
ply at APPEAL OFFICE.
TIIR lea a and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Meidtan, Mies, Twenty-five
eommodiuu rooms, within three minutes
walk of the Union Diot; lame sample
room on the street next door; now doing
Eood business and pooulnr. Can be had at a
anain if sppUed lor within tne next thirty
days. Apply to Charles Eluiire, proprietor,
TIN Let of tin, suitable for roofing Al
a large ioe box. At Oabay's,4'Ji) ghelby,
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouse and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
nstein A Bros.' ; must b removed at once.
Apply to JOHN RK1D, Builder.
NEAT COTfAflK-Of six rooms, and lot
200x44, 64 Dean avenue. Inquire on
CIHEAP-One second hand ROCK AWAY,
J nearly as good as new, at 10.1 Unh n t
EDAR ENCIN POSTS-For sal by
W. ft. LAK.K.1IV. Laralnsville, Ala.
OODL AWN 8 TUCK FARM- In thestnd
VY one thorouxhhred Running Horse; fes
120. One TrottinK Horse; fee, $10. One Jer
sey Bull! fee, fci.rV) Fob 8I,t-30 Horses,
3 Milch Cows, 15 bead Butcher Cattle, Pea
aooks and Newfon- .Hand Pups Horses on
asture, 16 per month ; Texas horses, Ills per
it. Telephone .TOSKPII RHHNEY. 852.
Apply at this ofliee.
BOARD AND ROOM-In private family,
by gentlemsn and wife, board end one
large, elegantly furni hed room, with mod
ern conveniences No se"Ond raters, and
only thofa who can furnish exactly the above
need reply. Addre 8(1. A., thin office.
IRL To do plain cooking and home
work in a small privnte family: white
preTerre'i. ar isi asn-ngion street.
TO SELL A good eanvaseing business,
whioh will take about 150 cash. This is
a fine opportunity fjr a gnd man. Address
LQUlu, this office.
WHITE COOK A middle aved woman to
go four miles in the country and cook,
wash and iron for one; good wages; light
work. Apply immediately at
208 FRONT ST.
KIRT HAND A No. 1; none other rood
apply. At 56 AVERY SI.
WHITE COOK-Must be well rioom
mended. Apply between 10 a m. and
4 p.m., MoLdav ana Tuesday, W Monroe bt.
POSITION-As sawyer or 6ler: bestrefer
enees furnished Ad O. W. PHILLI S.
ALES LADIFS Experience! in millinery
and hair gools. A so, Apprentices.
F. LAVIUNE, 2i2 Main street.
A MERCHANTS' r.XniANOE member
ship; must be cheap. Telephone 242.
At W Court street.
MAN A younr man to do some soliciting
on comniinsion : will pay well to a man
willing to work. Ad. O K . P., this office .
POSITION In mercantile house or cor
poration by a m m nt bu.-iners experi
nc. who oan vive the best ol bank and
other reference as to oa;ar ty, and who is
competent to make his s rvices of value.
Is suitable for either offi -e or ou'side work.
Address, A. B. C , this office.
ITUATIdN As housekeeper or nurse by
anxterienod white W 'man. Apply at
I04 Court street.
MAN COOK F irst-etass, who underst ndi
both pastry and mo it cooking, for rail
road eating house. Apply at Goodhar k Co. 'a
POSITION In some rel'nti e hui-esi
boas from January I M (wholesil
- preferred), by a Vireiniao I years old, whs
In had the past three . u.us rio icul ex
perienoe as a boobkee , and the two pre
vious as manager in e i . inufacturing estab
lishment. Caa furn ' he belt referen-n.
Ad. Wro Net .on, jr. ' r liy.i-ichuiond.Va.
TAMPING AND j . KOIDERINQ To
order in best style t
1 AH G00D RAILROAD LABORERS
VJv7 To work on Sheffield and Birniing
ham Railroad; wagea, II 50 ixrday; board,
SO 50 per week . Inuuirea' Russellvil;, Ala.,
IS mile south nf Tusi umhia, Ala.
- KaTQN k FORD, I'ontraotors.
WORK In the city by a general green
' sand moulder; references good. Ad
dress . R. B , this office.
SITUATION At nurse or honsokeeper.
Apply at 104 Onrt Street.
IIAM8ERMATD A reliable colored
chambermaid at 72 Maditoo gtreet.
Ml hhelby itret.
LADY AOENT.S-Our aeents have had
such wonderful success selling Mrs.
Campbell's Combination Skirt and Bustle
(some clearing llf-U a month), that we make
this special request for all agen s who want
a steady, money making business, to send
stamp for atalogue. Also, Furnishing
Goods. Addre-s E. U. Campbell A Co., 4t4
West Randolph Street. Chicago. IlL
BEBYBODY-To call and les he cele
i brated Gtpsy CUirvoyant, at 177 Tflird
street, near Poplar.
OOVS-Well farnwhed rooms, No. 81
ANTKD Ladie, local or traveling.
wond"-rtul entirely new specialtv for
ladies only; (4 daily easily made; no photo,
nn painting; purlianlars free. MRS. G.
LITTLE, Box 44:1, ( h cago. III.
POSITION By a lady as mnsc teacher, or
to teach young children English branches.
Salary expected moderate. Good home de
tlred. Address "Teacher." Columbus. Miss.
MAN An intelligent.earnest man to rep
resent, n hU own locality, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
Tixht party. Steady position References
exchanged. American Manufacturing Hjuse,
16 Barclay St.. N. V-
QALESMEN In every State in th Ii Ion
P to represent a PAINT M ANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT having several
DPIOULTiag thatar popular and easy sell
ing. Cao b handled alone or in connection
with other goods. Address THE WM. B.
PRICF MANI'PG. CO.. HALT! WORK. MP.
COTTON SEKD WAITED. Hulls and Meal
fnrs ile cheap at GLOBE OIu WOKKS.
1 finn I'BS. FKATHERS llishest cash
J1 IV t pr paid by HARAY. Memphis.
EVERYBODY TO KNOW-That I will
FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for th
next thirty days for tl 60.
. A. WESSON,
MS Main sreet.
LB GOLD SILVKR-Foreash orx
HORUT R1DGELT, )
more varied and better se
tills season's Imperta-
In this market. The
application to those
Joiari Baoox. Manager.
ONE WEEK. COMVUNOING MONDAY,
Grand Souvenir Matinee Saturday Afternoon
Th Charming Little Comedienne,
Supported by at rwtrful Dramatic
Mondav and Toe.xls.yand Saturday Mati
nee, thi Romantift Comedy. SKA SANDS.
Wednesday and Tursdav, 'he Popular Pio
turesiiue Comedy, Fil'IG'S FERRY. Friday
nml Saturday, the New American Comedy,
THE CULPRIT FAY.
NErV SONGS, DANCES, MEDLEYS, Etc.
SPECIAL SEW f CENF.KT.
Monday, Oct. llth-THg Dsvn.'8 Apction.
Mrs. Florence Finley Moore
WILL REOPEN HER
SutnnlaT. Oct. 23d, nt 3 P.M.
HORSE-15'a hands high. Owner can
have same by calling n L. II. Dailey,
Hernando roa t. b 'd proving property.
POCKET BOOK On Main street, contain-
fng some money. Ctlt at 20 Ma-n St.
MOLKY O W W Hb white stripes on bsck
and red sides; ears plit; about 6 years
eld; 15 reward for her return to
MRS. MATTHEWS. 218 Tennesse Et.
MULE A rlark hay horse mnle, about 15J-5
bands high, 6 ye rs old; bad a rope
halter on and newly ah d He turn to Benjes
Cotton Gin and be rewarded.
DR. O. J. HCI1EREK, Surgeon Chiropo
dist, 211 Main street. Sixteen years
Jiractice in Memphis. Charges moderate.
)all and see him. Office hours from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Hnrdavs from 9 to 12 ro.
SHAWL A red shawl, lost at Theater, or
on the way tiere. Finder will please re
turn to 57 Madison street.
LACK DOG PIJP-8 weeks old. Finder
will be rewarded by returning to
128 Fifth Street, Che lca.
DOG I will pay a liberal reward for re
turn of my la'g lemon and white
pointer dog. M1XTKK PARKER,
21" Main street.
FOR SALE. KKT OR EXCIUXiE.
C COTTON RnED-On smith side of New
J Madisot street, near Wellington, lately
ocupied by A. M. Boyd k "oi s. Sise ot lot
88x148, leet. JOHN JOHNSON,
10 Madison street.
A GRAND NEW 8TOPEI10USE-At Sur
rounded Hill, Arkansas, the best cotton
region in that Slate, eigbiy-five miles from
Memphis and fiftv mi ea from Little Rock,
on the M. and L. R. R. R. Apply to
No. 11 ADAMS ST., Memphis Tenn.
Also, several Stock Ranches in Grand
ROOMS AM) BOARD.
ROOMS Two connecting front rooms,
second floor, with boa:d; suitable for
two gentlemen, or gentleman and wile.
lliH Madison st'eet.
ROOMS AND KOARD
At 41 Market street.
ROOM 8-Pleasant furnish'd rooms, with
board, for ladies orgentleir en. Terms
very reasonable. Pt2 Conrt Extended.
ESlHABLE RCOMS-With boa-d. at
72 MADISUX MT.
OOMS Desirable rooms., furni-hed ornn-
lurnis ncd, with board, so market at.
ICE, nnwly furnished rooms, with very
! Boar, at No. K7ivurt it-ent.
JLKASANT, unfurnisheil front room, with
board; term reasonable; 87 Court St.
OOMS Furnished rooms with board.
121 Court street.
VT. JAMES MOUSX-C8 Adams street.
J Board and lodging, 15: day boird, :0.
I pLIGIBLR ROOMS With superior hoard,
U two bl icks from Gayoso Hotel. 4fi3Shelby
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, sintle or eo
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without hosrd; ntberrooms, 104-106 fourtet.
OSV8 With or withont board: terms
reasonable. 140 M IIS()N ST.
ROOMS Slespiig rooms for single geatle
men, or gentleman and wite without
children. Rent reasonable to the right par
ties. Call at the hat shop. M Second St.
UPPER FLOOK-Unfurnished, oi home
No 170 Carroll av.nue.
OFFICES The front basement offices, with
vault, of Planters' Insurance Building,
Apply in the bnildtng to W. H. Robinson.
RICK HOUSE Two stories, nine rooms,
on aiuioirry street. Apply to
DM. S A. POOL.
STORErlOUaE-Fonr story and basement
storehouse No. 254 Front street.
MALLOBY, CRAF0HD k CO.
OOMS-Well furnished rooms, No. 81
BRICK RESIDENCE For rent or lease,
No. 86 Madison aireet, near Third, oc
cupied by t' e late Br. R. M. Buddeke. To
a reliable party th property will be leased
for one, two or three tears at a low rent. Ap
plyto J. 8. ANDRKW.-t, Mensen k Co.
SAW COTTON GIN And 7000-Fet
FawMill. F. L. WARNER.
ROOMS Two nice furnished rooms, for
single gentlemen 217 Poplar street.
NE-11ALF OFHOUS K-Suituble (or light
housekeeping. 242 Desoto. rer,t anoo.
10TTHN ' FFICE Apply to E. M. Apper-
son 4 Co., Bin. 364 ront stroet
LARUE ISTORE First floor and oellar.
with side and rear entrkncs, Nos. 3C1
and 303;Main street. Possesaion October 1st,
or ooner, if required.
Offices, No. 280 Second st.
Rooms for light housekeeping, No. 376 Pop
lar street, over drug stoe. A' ply to
R. B. SNOWDEB or J. L. GOODL0E,
38 Madison street.
I71INE0FF1CES-65 Madison street, next
" to Clarendon II itel.
B. M. KSTES, 31 Madison St.
HOUSES On snd near Walker avenne,
on Kim wood streetcar line, from the
1st September, several houses, from two to
eight rooms, in good repair. Apply st 36
Union treet. JOS. LENOW.
HOUSE-220 Washington 8-. : 7 rooms and
bathroom. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
No. 1W Main Street.
No. 26 Main Street.
No. 2n7 Main Street.
AppIy to JAMES LEE, Jr., 4 Madison St.
F- URNISHED HOUSE 4M Vance street.
A r ply on pre raises.
OOMS Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street
f KSIDkXCK-342 Vance Street.
LX Apply a- 334 Vance street.
ELEGANT newly fnroiehed rooms, bath
ro' m,etc. Inqoir at 116 Court street.
STOREHOUSES-The three new firrt-class
Storehouses on Sh ly street, next north
of th Gayoso Hole). Tenna leaaonable.
Apply to CARKINGTON M ASON,
Dfc viadison street.
CHOICE OFFICES On eecond story, oo
eupied for many years by lir J. W, Nel
son, Dentist, oornir Union and Main street!.
Apply at Minion street. JOS. LENOW.
FRONT AND REAR OFFICE-274 Front
street; ootton-room and offio; terms
noaerat. Apply to .
I00F, MoGOWAK A CO.
II. LO WEXSTEIN ABB OS
A cordial invitation to the ladies of
Memphis and vicinity to be pres
ent at their -
GRAND FALL OPENING,
Iharedaj Next, October 7th.
The exhibit will be the grandest
ever held in this city, embracing
all the newest and most fashiona
ble fabrics for the coming season.
Many exclusive novelties will be
shown in oar
Salt aid Cloak, Silk ani Telvet,
Colored and Black Dress
Goods, Dress Trimming
and Button Depart'
OUR DISPLAY OF
Douse Fnrnifbing Good?,
Ladies', Misses' and Children's)
Blankets and Comforts,
Flannels and Casslmere,
Will be the large ;t and most varied
ever shown by o. We expect
everybody to pay us a visit on this
ALL WILL BE WELCOME.
B. LO WEXSTEIN A BROS,
To Oub Patbons. and tb Pun
Lie Our fall purchases throughout
every department are now ieady
40 loch Alma C'oth at 39c.
42 inch Thibet Cards Suitings, 40c.
43 inch Imperial Cloths at 4tfc.
41 inch F-nglieh Surge at 50c.
44 inch Vitud. C.ota at ti5c.
Double width Di?gonal Cloth, 19f.
Double width Cords, 20c.
Double width Cable 8eiges, 19c.
27 Inch English Suitings, 12J15c.
We are showing all the new nov
elties in the very li tit st fabrics iin
por ed in B ack Uoods.
Black and Coloied Mlks.
In this depaitment w 11 be found
a large assortment cf new and ele
gant goods, in;'ludinK' Plain and
Striped Surah, 8a' in, Khadauiea,
Gros Grain, Broi-ailed, Striped Red
Plain Velvets and P uehes,
Colored Dress Goods.
3 cafes Wcol Suitings at lOo.
2 cases English Diagonal at 13c.
4 case Sateen Stiipe?, all shades,
2 cases Wool Serge, double width,
1 case Camel's Hair Saitints at 35c.
2 caees French Plaids at 25c.
200 pieces Hair Line Suitings, 40
inches wide, at 35c.
175 pieces superior All Wool Dross
Fabrics, comprising English
Serge, French Serge, Tricot and
Benin Suitings, 40 inches wide,
225 pieces new and f tahionable im
portations, including Royal
Serge, Scotch Cheviot, Silk and
Wool Mixtures, 42 inches wide,
140 pieces 44 itch Silk and Wool
Stripes et 85c.
175 pieces Ladies' Cloth, 50 inches
wide, in all the new shades, 08c.
50 pieces rich Braided French
Foule, 44 inches wide, at $1 45.
20 pieces' Parisian novelty, 50
inchet wide, at$l 60.
:n"" i - '
We will continue our great bar
gain tale cf Jerseys this week.
Ladins, come tomorrow and see
r ur exutvition of Fall and Winter
Walking Ja'c its, S'-ort Wraps,
Plush anc Aitii c:.au Su.ks iu u. d
N-w Bjttoni tomorrow.
New Favamentory tonfrrow
New Trimminif Bnid tomcrrow.
New Fringes tomorrow
For GeLt em' n, Lad es and Chi!
Kx fllent values tomorrow in rte
dium weigLt Mrr.no all Owl
Underwear. Come and
Honse Furnlhhlng Goods.
Bargains in Table L'ners,
Baryaina in Towels,
Bargains In 10-4 Slue ing.
Flannels and CassimeTcs.
30 pieces Scarlet Twilled Flannal
at 25c. .,
41 pieces extra henvy Sc?r,et Twil -
td Flannel at 35c.
30 pitcei fine Medicated Flanno',
Twilled at 4c.
100 pieces 27-inch' White Flannel,
all wool, at 25c.
500 pieces 33-inch all wool Flannel
at 35c. ,
400 pieces 36 'nrh Gilbert Wbito
Flannel at 45c
Beaniiful line nf Jersey Stnpea and
Plaid Flannels for childrins
O n immenpo impnttttion of Fall
Hosiery just received.
Ladies, bear us in mind on ho
siery. Great bargains for you in
th s department
200 pieces Dreis Gingham in beau
tilul styles, Pla'ds and Stripes,
wor h and sold all over the
country at 12Jc.
Your choice tomorrow for 7 jc.
Eld Gloie Department.
Foster's Kid Giovee, 5 and 7 hooks.
Foster's Kid Gloves, 4 and 8 but
tons. All the new ahdes In Undretsed
Kids, all lengths, fancy
MENKEN & COMPANY.
Tomorrow will bi everybody's
cay in our house the occasion of
OCR It AS D F J I.L F.X POSITION
PARIS PATTERN BONNETS
The custom prevailing in many
quarter of put'ing fabulous prices
on noveltitsrn tbeir first arrival,
belongs to the past and finds no
favor with us. All of our tine, se
lect plush and beaded wraps, ai
well as ail our Patis Paitern Unv
nets and London Round Hats, will
be marked actually at a lower ptr
cLt ;ge of profit than regular
Roods. We wimt to toft the matter
tomorrow of olloiing the choicest
garments and fabrics which have
ever been placed before the ladies
of any city in the totintry, at such
pi ices as have never ruled with tho
aame class cf goods anywhere pre
viously. AVe wish to let the ladies know
that in numbers of inatances we
iif.ve bouglit but cne aiticla of a
kind esiitcially does this prevail
with wrap, bonnets, fine silk and
drtss novelties all those fine goods
toing of foieign nianufac lire, none
can be dun'ii'a'cd tlds season,
though awkward imitations at
lower pries ate of:en palmed oil'
nn the public.
Elegant Paris Wians, $25 to f 100.
Choice London Jacket', $i0 to $j0.
New Beaded Jerseys, $5 to f 10.
Beautiful Erglish New markets, $10
Berlin StalPhuli Ccati, $22 60 to
1000 other new garments and wraps
for ladies and children at popu'ar
prices. Sea thtm tomorrow.
SPECIAL PRICES TOMORROW
Silk and Velvet Department.
Novelty Faille Francaise Combi
nation Pattern at $25 to $50.
Paris Wool Novelty Combina
tions, $12 50 to $25.
English P ain and Fahcv Cloths
for tailor suits at $1 to $3 50 a yard ;
$25,000 worth of magnificent
new dress goodo at prices that will
appeal to too interest of all buyers.
FURNISH YOUR HOMES.
Our house furnishing depart
ments have grown so enormously
that we now are enabled to buy in
such large quantities that we deal
exclueivoly with first hands, there
by swing a large expeme, whioh
we divide with onr customets. It
' c needed by all that ours is em
h. vUatly and essentially
IKK JIOISB ton CABPEra.
Our sab si tv carpet depart
nu nt i unng ti,. i-t two weeks
have exunid.d a'l . . ctlulations,
it d we i.ave maie
About 500 Mioit 1 i rhs
m 'ne of them li rge enn for
ro n a. We off- r them at k1"' ' ar-
a ns v morrow.
ReiMi ntmif Brussels, 60t'' "i 'c.
ltemu)ii: Body B.us4tl". i
litiiinu; h"f Kxtra Miporn, o ;.:.
In a t' i i . H t i t'ie foregoing, h
havo lOOi' I'niit! of
l ace I'uili.lnti mid Pol tic m
in Icti of fwo a id five of k; il
wh'ch we tli-r at extraoidii' ry
low prices U i . o VV e shall -i
i pin tonniM t 1.0 rolls new B h
idla and i i tr-' n, 50 rolls M
qu ;lteo acd A'., ona.
Read Tne-e Diives in Doni'ft.c.s,
Sli's t.iiirs, GluKsware a U
At (Xc a dozer, Napkirs wnh $1.
At 15c each, kuot:ea friiu towels
AtlOo each. Ilammrr d Waltaru
At 25c, hand painted Teapots
At 12Jc a yard, new Furniture Cie-
At $1, colored Crochet Quilts
worth $1 75.
At $2, heavy Marseilles Spreads
worth $3 50.
At 15c a yard, Bleached Sheetirg
two yards wide.
'At $10 50, French Clocks, 15 day,
warranted for three years.
At $1 a dozen, all linen large
checked Doylies worth $2 any-
At 19c, decorated sqnare shaped
Cream Pitchers worth 75c.
At 55c a yard, bleached linen Tab'e
Damask worth 00c.
At 221c, best 2J yard wide bleached
Breoting worth 30c.
At 8Jc, best water twist, round
thread, undre'sad, bleached Do
mestic worth 10c wholeeaie.
At $11.08, China Dinner Seta, 130
At i0c each. Crochet Quil's worth
$1; and a thousand ether
equally good values in houte
PREPARE FOR C00LWEATI1ER
We bought our blankets In July,
long before any advance in price,
consiquently we cat afford to tell
them at old piicts. Tomorrow we
250 pairs extra size Angora Wool
15 d Blxnket at $S50.
500 Bed Comf irtH at $1 upward.
1UOO pa'rs white Bod Blanket!,
$3 50 npward.
MENKEN A COMPANY.
Tailor and Importer.
..mr.,rAli,i ""TOOK ! new complete, Th rariroet, Choicest an
Most Varied I have ever offered la Memphis, constating- of all th
MOVtilVI lK IIV FANCV IIIIIM.ll, HOI1SIKIIH11 ALb
thk Lt resr sulks, ovfiico ix.si and in v
PANTALOONS) In great variety, all of the L4TE1T DKaiOIa,
tatradurad by th Leading Importer of Knirland, Frano anal Gar
maay. I wlh to aiake SfRCIAL siKNTIilN to my customer aad
the publlo to call and Inspect any ItlAVNllflCIvNT KIOCBL at say
Cor. Sicond and Jtffarton
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
We respectfully ak every lady
and gentlemen intonated in gloves
and who is not interested? to
read the following fcts and points
about Ladies' and Gentlemen's
FOSTER'S KID GLOVES.
Foster' Gloves are futened
with the new improved Hat hoi k,
simple and effective.
Foster's Gloves ate finished
with a high lus:er that time does
m: t affect.
Fostei's Gloves are mat'o cf
French drts ed kid. Tto skini are
telcc:ed ty exptrt", who will not
admit one havirg tho least flaw.
Foster's Gloves nre warranted
perfect -any bienkii g on fwir trinl
will be taken back and a i(hv pa r
We are so'e axon's in Memphis
for the sale of Foatet's tiomtine
French Kit! G'oves, Beware of im
itations. All r f Foster's Genuine
1C d Glovna ara etmnped on the In
eide of glove in fao simile of B'gua
Another point ibt ut Fester's
Genuine French Kid Gloves-and
it is an impottantoue ialhe price.
Foster's Giotesare s 'Id throughout
the United SUtesat the fame piica.
They have a list governing all their
rgmts (Mucey in New York, Men
ken and Cjmpany in Memphis)
which canui.t bs deviated from.
As others in Memphis have ad
vertised Foster's KM Gloves we do
s;re to say nnre for ell that the firm
cf Foster, Paul & Co., who control
these gloves, Jiave agreed to tell
their bent qualities st mpedtous
only. The agreement Is exhibited
at our Glove Coonti r. "
Tomorrow we open also a fall
and elegant selection of
Undressed Eld Mou?quetalres.
Undressed Laed Kid Gloves.
In 5 to 20 button lengths.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
That the fare and ths accomodations
at the Peabcdy are the beet to be
found at any hotel in the South.
Mr. K, A. huao'44ranl Opening,
Humility, October 7ih, .
Buy heating and cooking eiove,
grates and fenders at Gabay's.
Ia the Various Departments
You will find counters piled high
with eoor's to meet your doinand in
HEAVY WOOLEN GOUUS at
Prices Lower Than Elsewhere.
Novelties just received n our
Dions Goods D; ptrtmor.t.
Uioaas, wras ana jacaoie, an
the very latest styles, for ladiis,
misws and chiidien. Ask to see
I he novelty "Boucle Shoit Jai kete."
Large a-'sortmentof ladies', miss
es' and children's Knit Underwear,
In whits and colored.
40c-The beet Ladies' Vest for
the money only 40).
2f0dnaen nvs'fB snd children's
Ribd Hose, only 20c apair. "Dou
ble Knee" Hose for mlsres and
children just received. Woolen
Hose in large variety for gents, la
dies and children.
Dark Crinkle Seersucker, 12
yarda for $1. 200 pieces new dress
Ginghams at 7Jo a yard. "Our
Own" Canton Flannel in all quali
ties, from 5c a ya d up.
COMFORTS AND BLANK ET8.
200 pair While Double Blankets
st$la pair. Lirge a'fortment of
Bi n While Ca ifornla Blanket.
New Drtss Flm.n?! in latge varie
ty. Medica'ed Rail Twilled Flan
ml. Sacquo Flannel in plaid and
etripe. 20piica red twilled all
wool Flannel at 25c a yard.
Mr. K. A. Nioaii'a Uwuatt Opealag,
Tliiiredny, Ortobrr 7lli.
Finkht a'lsortnient of Piancs and
Oigans in the Southwest at H. G.
Hollenberg's, havirg been personally
selected. Call and xatnine them.
Prof. S. A. Mohks, 248 Second street,
Is a tirsc'.ical opt clan, a graduate of
Pike a Optical Iui-titute, Waisnw, Rus
sia, with eighteen years cf Euiopean
Sir. K. A. Hlnan'a 4Jrul OpeailOK,
lliiiradny, Oetober 7lb.
Ilabstrllnp; 'berk. 51 Second.
H. G. HoLi.BNiiaHO hi a the largest
. . t VI... I .....! M..u. Ua..Ii. anA
ItOCa u muriu Tiu i,&uniii ijvan,
pittrnrs are enabled to buy any and
All kinds h'in stovrs, Gabay's.
Dhnnld ha KVfn ram nf. Tf ihev ar
weak or neeil the benefit of g'aase
CSU on I rui. meets, -so oewuu atisTva
GEBBEB A METTE
100 dozen Lediea Derby Ribbed
Htse, Black, B'usand Brown.at
35c a pair; worth dcub e the
25 dozn 7-hook Kidn.tan slidee,$l.
25 drs?n 5-hock Kids, tan shades,
85c; an immerse bargin.
50 doz n LidieB' Merino Vests and
Pants, 50c each ; regnlar value
Drcsa Gontla, Dress GooJs,
In this clop, rtnent we show a
most tompltts lino in all the nov
e ties of the to ieo:i,from the cheap
est to the h'ht gi:oi!s made. Ladies
ore oidiiilly invited to a compari
eon w.th othir houees.
Blankets Blankets and ComforlSi
White Blarkets fiom $1 25 to $17 50.
Gray BUnke's from 75o to $0.
Red Blankets nt all prices.
Ladles', tiont-' and Children's
We have made this department
a spec alty. Oiir etui k is now com
plete, and we iovita all in need of
the abova to cull aul examinci ou
UEKBEB at 1H ETXE.
207 Main Street
A lot of the prettiest ever brought
to Mornpliig can be found at Cohen's,
219 Main street.
Mr. H. A. Hloan'a Urand Openln;,
Tbnrtday, October 7ih.
All kinds grates and fendars, Gab
ay's. Call and Be
My large and well ass irted stock of
Parlor, Bedroom and Dinning Room
Furnhure. Carpets, Rugs, Art
Square, Vlilnv Shades and Lace
Curtains, with fixtures for same. Am
receiving new goods every day, and
invite an inspection of them and my
prices snd teims, either for cash or on
easy instsllmeiits. o w. fishir,
274 Ssoond St., opposite Court Square.
Pianos and organs for rent or sale
nn installments at Hollonborg'a Music
Yciilaon, Nqutrrela, Qnall,
Are among the fine game to he onnd
at the famous raarkot of V. D. Fuchs,
39 and 41 Jefferson street. He also
has all kinds of. reah meats, besides
oyaUu-g and vegetable. His is one of
the boomg that ought to b known to
a'l who wanttii0 beat the mmket can
HAIIN A TalEIliElU, .
Corner Main and Poplar.
Don't fail to nsp'ct befora look
ing elaewhtr our imported Wrap,
end Clcaks, b.mght of tbe failure
Woodwaid & Co,
$40 Wraps, finest imported. $15.
$50 Wr ps. grand goods, $20.
$25 Short Wra:s ara $10.
$15 Cloaks are! fl.
$10 Cloaks ere $t 60-elegant silor
m ide and fitting C'oaks.
M wii s' finest Cloaks in proportion,
60c, fiaeet black Ca- he mi re 60a
60c, cost $1 a vard e'sewhtre.
25o i nd 30c, good Velveteens, 50c
$1, floret Silk Velvets, blacks and
KAIIX t- FREIBERG,
Cor. Main and PopUr.
Mr. K.A. Sloaai'aftratidsjpeeilaia;,
Tu Atm-trorg Furniture Company
have Just received an elegaat line of
rattan ai d reed rock- re. All the new
est patterns. 272 Second street
IlaberllDg HMla. SI Reeaeid St.
All kinds flower pots at Gabay's.
lluiatau Hair tioodii.
A laro-n nnAiitit on hand, and orders
promt tiy executed at Lavigne's, in
the Odd Follow building.
All the urotty styles in Hats and -
Nupxrior Eye Ianner4,
Pronnmil fnr any kit.d of evesight by a
Krailui-ted optician, can be obtained
from Prof. Moats, 248 8-onfl street.
TnoRTiiKR with his b autifnl stock)
of Pianos atd O gaos, H. G. llollen-
he g h'B aleo selected a nuuiojr oi
Hr. K. A-Nloaii' ClraodOpenlaiaj,
At the comer of Ui.i n ard Maio, is a
pla'e at which one on a' ways rely on
finding boots ai d sho s of the very
b-at quality, snd at lowest prices. The)
H ilia are exo reno d daerp, and do
all thrt an be done to please cuetom
e s. Thosi who cannot be accemma
H.ted there mutt.be very hard to
alaborllaaa- Knbm-r --s. 1Q M at
Fiaist Itilien 8rirs, Guitars,
BaoJ s and all musical in tmments ia
fine atso tment and A low Dtlcea at,
H. G, HolletibergV
hang. nowrUKD, Jew r, itH Main