MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1881
llnwmr to HDRRAT 4k. RIDGKLT, ) "
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. S8 MADISON STBEET,
is In receipt of a larger, more varied and better se
lected stock ofCASSIMEEES.WORSTEDS, SUITINGS
and OVERCOATINGS, (all
lleni.) thaa was ever shown
stock comprises the choicest
and most durable goods in gentlemen's wear.
Sample! and Prices on
who Save left measures.
PALACE MUSEUM, MENAGERIE
A damn & Jefferson.
0N1 01EWIJSr. 3IO, OCT. 18
Special Notloo to Ziadles
There will be glvonout on the Opening Day, to
THE LADIES OXXY, 3000 ELEOAM'SOl'VEXIKS FREE,
which wiil be gilt and beveled-edte lnrge siie colored Phowgraphs. worth at least on
dollar. See for yonrselvos. SAMPLES CAN BE SEEN AX
H. L. Onion, Krai K sute Agent. 19 Madion street.
P. Csllnhan 4- Co.. Plumpers, 217 Second street
Memphis Steain Shirt Factory and Laundry. 224 Second atreet.
SltlUBbIt"K tUIIlllUI. WIU'-IUJ. IHUVl'IIIU oiidw.
Isaacs & Co., Antiquarian Bwk Store, 414) Main atreet.
.1. B. Seeley. ( urpent-r, 43J Gyosn street
H. II. W. Godwin, Dry Goods. S9S Main street.
W. C. MoGtoe A Co.'e Move and llourokeepers Goods, 83 Union street.
James Dognao, Agent. W all Vapor nd Painting, "22S Second street.
ALSO, IN FRONT OF TliK MUSEUM.
the 2I"cj aiyv.ro bkyjs TsnniBH
A p'ayful, browa
eyed puppy fscel
boy covered with
bair f.om 'Ai 'lv-AXV i TV receives a ealaiy of
to fee, Sot VSW '" P" Week'
pid id.r. r:roo:e.y:.h:.D
being. 4 H A . , i A AY SE and twee the eum
tr JOJI)he Don laccil miiin toor, and a host ot other Curioail'ea.-fcai
B ja.3NrX DOTTBIiS OOMPANIHH B
a 11 Hvmond's All Star Kneel1 1 'tt,pipy. In conjunction with
Irrne I'm'. WouUirlaad MliliiK Company.
in ot. Admlaaion to -H Only lO Ota.
KKSKR',FD SKATS in TENTS EXTRA
Auction Sale of Household Goods be
longing to the late Mrs. Lataroua. con
sisting of Parlor, Bed room and Dining
room Sets, Carpets, Stoves, Crockery an I
one Upr'ght Steinway Piano. Sale at resi
dent. No. 142 Orleans street, MONDAY
MORNING, October 11th, at oy
WATCH Owner can have it by at plying
; at 63 Jefferson and iiayinaMpens.
MULES On the night of Oct. 3d, 3 miles
east of Collierville, 2 black mare mules :
one about four your old, In good fix and
trimmed up, with little white spot under
jaw; the other, ten or twelve years old.
roush, and nit so well trimmed. Kewd
for information, or return of mules to J. Y .
Young, Memphis, nr
W. T. PRIF. (Vlllcrville, Tcnn.
OCKAWAY-Brand new. at a sacrifice.
Address evst nice rox ia. j
ITZFLD'S Oil, Fluid and Gas Stoves
for light honfeKeep'ng. &ii -cconu fi.
LD 6CHO0L FURNITURE -Apply to
Clara Conway Institute.
ONE Worthlngton Duplex Steam Pnmp,
6x4x6, brars lined, brass pistons, brass
bushings, composition valves for hot or
fold water. Price, SJOO.
One No. 3 Knowios (standard), 5i.i',xi,
brass water rlnas, brass iiton, o' m position
Talvaf, ground Joints. Price, $125 both
pumps in first-class order for feeding bailers
or fire pnrpcros. Can be seen sndexami' od at
Cotfn By. Building. A J. 11 lroyd. Ena'r.
HORSK Buggy, Harnen, Relies, Blankets
and Covers, dirt cheap. 67. MAIN ST.
1TIRAMB Cpt'ug. on cor. RTlurn av. and
S? Georgia ft ! lot 55x17. with a house of 6
rooms, in good o' der. This is a choice piece
of property, and can be purcha-e on easy
monthly payments bypsying pa t cash. At
p'y M'nter Parker or A..1. Martin, 2HD Main.
AT A BARGAIN Nice Frame Uottsge t
6rooics. with good out-buildings; I"'. ,
75x170 feet: all kinds of fruit! on new sweet
ear line on Virginia avenue; ch oe neiah
borhood In Fort Pickering a-'yto
MINTKR PAP'. '.:R.
or A. J. MARTI , Oi Main it.
RESIDENCB-No. 8 I 88 Market at
in g od repair: lot f" ' j14. Apply to
M. C. KENNt! 47H .fnsbyst.
AT A BARGAIN A I paying German
Boardinghonse In us, Ark., owner
wishing to retire, f or 1 ithrr particulars
, Inaureat BRUNNER'S. 'n Helena. Ark.
Sldeboards, Lnunts, etc.
AM4S, REATTIK A fO.,
No, 3ti Main street.
TWO 30 Inch Portable Corn Mills: -r.26-inch
Corn Mills; two 21-inch Cc rn Mills,
No. 1 order,'New and Second-hand. Mill
work of that description solicited. A good
stock of select French Burr Stone on han.
THOS. DELANY. 124 Front at.
GHEAPKST-tSSOO improved property In
thectiy. Apnly to
W. D. h., Appeal r.flioe
OKSK A good young rookaway and
uaca D"ro ni'i--fc" r
UrlAL Sr T.ifSMTl.T.. 9flQ nMiiil at . I
BEAUTIFUL BUILDING LOTS-Near
mate remaie college, 'or sine ou enay
monthly payments, nt U to $ti per front foot ;
two blocks from stroet cars, in the most de-
Biraom SUOUTD Ol wpilipiim. muij tnrunnB
down required, and bnlanco at $1(1 per month.
T. A. LAMB, 10 Madiron street.
LOT I have a beautiful corner lot. l'Og
135 frot, in the finest suburb ol Mem
phi', one block Irom cars, in a delightful
neighborhood, which I will loll at the vory
low price of (18 per foot, 'ero-s: $1(10 each;
balance, $20 prr month. Wall f. need, with a
new stable on lot. Splendid for investment
or home. T. A. LAMB, 10 Mdi.on street.
CIHAMBKR'8 FOLDING MACHINE-But
J littlo used, and in good condition. Ap
plyat APPEAL OFFICE.
THE lea e and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Ale'id.an. Miss, Twenty-five
commodious rooms, within three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next door; now doing a
good businoss and popular. Can be had at a
oaraain if applied for within toe next thirty
days. Apply to Charlos Elmire, proprietor,
H PIN Lot of tin, suitaMe for roofing Also
A- a large ice box At Onhay's,4"i fhclby.
OLD MATERIA L In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
nstein A Bros.'; mu"' be removed at once.
Apply to JoHNJUjn).JJuild.or-
NEAT COTTAGE Of six rooms, and lot
2(10x44 , 54 Dean avenue. Inquire on
1UEAP line second hand Ri'CKAWAY,
nearly as good as new, at mi uni'D n-
.OEDAIl ENCING POSTS For sale by
. V W. R. LAHKIN, Larainsvme. Aia.
WOODL AWN S roOK FARM- In the stnd
one thoroughbred Running Horse; fea
$20. One Trottins Horse; fee, $10. One Jer
sey Bull; fee, $2.50 Foa Sali-SO Uorses,
3 Milch Cows, 15 head Butcher Cattle, Pea
oocka and Kawfou-'dland Pups. Horses on
pasture, $5 par month; Texas horses, lOn par
. day. TeWBOOnt) iOSiiPH BURMKf .85.
this seasoa's Importa-
In this market. The
designs, finest textures
application to those
10 A.M. 1o 10 P.M.
Not a vestige of
ikin ia visible on
aty part of his
head, face, neck,
none or ears. He
was ever paid.
JOSEPH BROOKS, yonagtr.
WEEK OF ORIENTAL REVELRY.
Headajr, Ooober Illh Matinee
W. J. Gilmore'i Greatest and Most Popular
TIIK DEVIL'S Arcnox.
Charms H. Yii., Sola Manager.
Mile. Leonilda. Vile. Kiveri, Mons. Iir
ella, the Greatest Living Grotemue. The
Dramatic Company is one of unu'ual excel
lence The Specialties consist of the re
markab e Brothers bnow, the three Lorellai,
the marve ous r-nlomonsky's, the Transfor
mation Scene, the mot elaborate mechnn
ism ever built. The Great Alhumbra Bullet
will present the favorite Mikado Bullet.
Monday. October ltth-KOBT B. MAN-
TKLL, jn "Tanaled Lives."
Kr. NAX tt Y UKurlus Acmlniiy
is open lor the season at InnistaM Hall,
cor. Jetle'soi and ueoond streets Children
and Misses1 Cla'S Wednesday at 3 p.m. and
Saturday at 1 :30 p.m. Ladies' and Gents'
Class S p rh. lanit days, lie will live a grand
Prnmenad" Concert and Matinee every Sat
urday from 3:30 to 6 p.m , with a fine
orchestra of twelve musicians. All persons
attending the nv.tjnees will be instructed in
air ihe lute.-t siylen dancing during mati
nee hours. Adiumlon, 10 ocnts.
Mrs. Florence Finley
WILL REOPEN HER
SiittirilaT. Opt. 2:til, nt it P.M.
FOR SALE, KfcNT OR EX('IIAN(;E.
C10TT0N S11KD On south side of New
Madison itrett, near Wellington, lately
occupied by A, M. Boyd A ors. Sire nt lot
8sJ4xJ.48S .eet. JOHN JOHNSON,
10 Mndison street.
TORE No. 1.-.2 Beale street. Imiuira at
fu. Hi iienle street, up stairs.
00M Nica front room, every conveni
ence; t Hi Madison strtct.
00M Furnished room for rent at 154
HUUSK-Pert of a house, centrally located
and convenient to business. Address
BOl'TH MEMPHIS, Letter Carrier No. 12.
PLEN1ID tront ttoom or Half of !! use.
242 DK8UTU ST.
tu'ITAG E Four rooms. 64 Auotion street.
Apply at sj imrd street.
OFFICE? Two fine ofBoea and fixtures
over Mo. 17 Madison street. Inquire ol
Kataenberg, at Mechanics Savings Bank
DLKASANT Furnished Booms; location
jl nr-t-eiass ; gents only, m irisai'on
W I SAW COXTON GIN A nd 7000-Feet
OU Saw Mill. F. L. WARNER.
QECOND FLOOR-House 170 Carroll av ;
DW ELLING-UOUSES Within five min
utes' walk of Court Square. Also, six
acres in southeast suburbs, with sood house
and stable on place, suitable for market
-.! 1 1 . - .1 laT.iVIO II AT L' t
VJTORK-KOO.VI On Main strtet, dwelling
O house on Court itrte'.ard sevrral vacant
lots. Apply to K. B. SNOWDEN or J.L.
GOODLOE. 3D Madison street.
IJTOllE No. 40 Madison street. Apply to
O J. B. ANliRKWW. Menken & Co
NEW Brick House, KU Maili on; 7 toots
and stable, two blocks from t'otton Ex-
I . , 1 rl I . t
QiianKe; larw ywru. n Tpiy o m hi'pimi w .
RICK I10USH two stones, nine rooms.
on Mulberry street. Apply to
DH. S A. POOL.
OlOKhliOUoE Four story and basement
O storehouse. No. ,ri4 Front atreet.
M A 1. til In i , CBAWHIHU -
OO.MS Hell lurnished
rooms, lo. 81
CtOTTcN ' FKICE Apply to E. M. Apper-
son 3c Co., No. 364 Front street.
FIN E OFFICES 65 Madison street, next
to Clarendon Hotel.
B. M. ESTB8. 35 Madison St.
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 36
Union s:reet. JOS. LENOW.
OUSE-220 Washington 8
7 rooms and
bnthrnom. Apply at 133 Poplar St.
No. Hit Main Btrrot.
No. 2"o Min Street.
No. 207 Mnin Street.
Apply to J AM tS LEE, J., 4 Madison St.
ROOMS Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 40 Madison street.
"LpLEGAM' newly turniaheii rooms, bath
,Pi tob , etc. Inquire at 116 Court street.
STOREIloUSES-The three new first-class
Storehouses on Shelby street, next north
of the Gayoso Hotel. Terms reasonable.
Apply to CARR1NGTON MASON,
5H Madison streer.
a iuvicbi urriuiba c-econu swiy. uo
J copied for many years by Dr J. W. Nel
son, Dentist, corntr Union and Main streets.
Apply at :m Onion street. JOB. LKNQW
jR0NT ANTTTtEAR OFFICE-274 Front
X' street; cotton-room and omoes terms
moderau. Apply to
TOOF, MoQOWAN 4 CO. "
St. LO iVEXSTEIX A I1KOS.
DRY GOODS Bl'LLEtlN.
DBSH GOOOH BIPARTME KT.
In this departor tnt we display
the largest, most complete and
bast (elected (tick: ever shown in
Memphis. Castoa rs my roet in
sured that in buyli g Dress Gocds
cf ns tbey get the very best goods
at the 1 je-t prices, and at the
same time have the satisfaction of
knowing that what tbey boy of us
is correct in ctyle.
Imported Jtorelty Dress Tatter ns'
la high clars covelties we ehow
lha verv la'rst fabrics, as worn in
Paris, Linden and New York,
manufactured xcluBively for m,
aodoniy one pattern of eech. They
cannct b duplicated by any house
in this city.
T. llor Made DresNes
AVill be more pipular than ever
this season. We have the finest
Broadcliithg, French Tricots and
Striped Tailoring Cloths for this
purpose. We ir.vite special atten
tion to the fa t that all our Iiroud
cfrjlbs and Tricot', from the lowest
to the finest giados, ate Sponged,
Rtfinishsd and ready for use, and
we tell them at the lowebt pnets.
We will pipes on sale the following
gfoda, at prices fully 25 per cent,
lower toan they can be bought
AT 65c PER YARD.
20 pieces 44 inch all wool Cheviot
Suitings in checks and mix'.uree.
AT 753 P! YARD.
25 pieces 40 inch 11 wool Hairline
AT $t PER YARD.
25 pieces 44 inch all wool Souta'X
Cord in sohd colors.
AT $1 25 PER YARD.
18 pieces 44 inch all wool Vicuvia
Cloth and Camels Hair Suitings;
the newest fabrics.
We place on sain 20,000 yards
black and colored Trimming end
Suiting Silk Plushes. Tbe-:e fabrics
a-e correct for the above pu poses.
As velvet mateiial being somewhat
t ut of demind, we will g'adlyclcse
out any quant. ty at less than cost
Ask for the new marblvizd fin
ish Plush Goods. Have no other,
fs all the new stock comes in
this effect, which is entirely differ
ent irom (be ordinary plain old
Immense drivea in blick Satin
Ripdaracs and Merveilleux (dress
grades). Over 150 pieces at $1 per
yaid. Warranted all pure silk and
well worth $1 50 per yard.
Jnst received. 275 nif ces 30 in;h
Velvet Corduroys in all the lead
ing street sbadfs, navy, myrtle,
smoke, beige, seal and slate ; choice
of colors at
75c PER YARD.
Onr Silk Department is now coqj
rjlele. for all of Ihe verv latest fall
and winter novelties; everything
made that is chnce and new, can
now be had.
BIG HOSIERY DRIYE.
At SO Cent osi the Dollar.
We inangorate the opening ol
the Fall and Winter Hotiery sea
son, withahebiogBut drive ever be
fore offered, in Ladies', Children's
gnd Men's Hosiery. Among this
M. will be fonnd some of the finest
g ad ee of Lisle, Spun Silk and Cot
ion goods. We place them on our
at following prices:
Cotton Hotiory, 10c, 15c, 25c per
Plain LVe and L'sle Novelties,
50c, 75s and $1 ; worth $1, Jl f0
and i- per pair.
CrcnU' Hall Hose, 10c, 15c, 25?.
Oop specal drive is a lot of Ladies'
Back Spun Silk Hoee nt 76c a
pair; worth $1 50.
Tbe quantity. being limited we
do not know how long they will
last. We would therefore advice
ladies to inspect our offering as
early Monday as rossib!e. This is
a special drive. Don't miss it.
IS. LO WEXSI IN & imos
A WEEK OF INTRINSIC YALLE.
OUR BUYERS v
Have been workirg i alonaly for
tbe last two months ia order that
we might be able to place before
our pa'rons at ours r arly in tbe
season tbe lowest possible pi ice?.
CL01KS AKD SUirS.
This loom has been doubled in
siie, and the assortment of styles
varying aa tbey do from the lowest
grade to the very finest, is uo
equaled, and our prices ate abso
lutely beyond competition.
Ladles, Yoa Are Specially Invited
to See Our Cloaks.
BLICK DRESf liOODS.
We are showing aa immense va
riety of tine Frenc'i mourning Prts
Go ids in real Ind a Cloth, Henriet
ta Cloth, AmnreCloth, Siberia Clolh
and a full line of Lupin's lVtack
Bleck Diagonal Serge at 103.
lilack 44-mt-h all wo il Tricot at G3e.
B ack 4t!-inch Camel's Hnir Serye
Biach 40-inch Sutah Serges at 30.
COLORED DR1.SS GOODS.
Below we quote prices of a few spe
cial bargains fcr this weok :
10;1, nice Wool Suitings, all shades.
13c, Diagonal Cloth in all shades.
15c, Ha' i ne Stripes in all thades.
19c, double wicth Diagonal in all
21c, new Plaids f ir children's wear.
32c, Hair Line Suiting9, 40 inches
24c, double width English Serge.
4'Jc, Serge, Royal French Serge and
Bolin U'oth, 40 inches wide.
02c, French Tricots and Camels
llair diagonal, 44 inches wide.
75c, Foule Cloib, RufBian Serge,
Scotch Mixture and Tufted Ef
fect?, 44 inches wids.
97c, Ladies' Cloth, 60 inches wide.
2. 0 Imported Robes from tlOto $21.
Table Linens, Towels and Napkins.
10 pieces Cream Table Linen at 25c.
6 pieces Cream Damesk at 30o.
5 p eces Cream Damask, with red
border, at 38c.
5 pieces 60 inch Bleached Damask
5 p'eens 60 inch Bleached Damaek
at 60c, worth f 1.
10 nieces Tuikey Red Damask at
16 pieces Oil Red Damaek at 5oc.
lilt gains in Towels,
Bargains ia Napkins.
1 rase Heavy Twilled Crpsh at 5c.
10 4 Bleached Sheting at lUJu..
10 4 Brow- Shbetkgs a "17c.
2 esses 4-4 Bletcntd Domestic,
equal to Lonsdale, at 7c.
CASSIMERE AND CLOTHS.
4!)c for Scotch Cassimere.worih 75c.
(lie for 3-4 All Wool Cashmere,
95c for Imported Cashmere worth
6-4 Casdimere fiom $1 75 up to $ti
HOSIERY. HOSIERY. ,
New Hosiery for Ladie,
New Hosieiy for Gerillemen,
Nam Tfnaiorv for Children.
100 rlozsn Misaeb' Fienoh Ritbed
Hrse, 6 to 8 J, extra long, at 25c.
100 d zeo Boys' ticbool Hose at 16c.
",15c for our All Wool Jersey.
$1 25 for Coat Back Jerseys in all
1 75 for Jtracys sold everywhere
f r $2 50.
$3 95 for fine Jerseys trimmed in
jet and woitu o.
Children's Jerseys in all sizes.
BLINKETS AND FLANNELS.
We bought our Flannels and
Blanket- i Jane, before the great
advance in these gcods, snd we are
now able to sell them t yon at a
profit at what we would have to
pay for thtm todsy at the mills.
"EC0H0MY IS WEALTH."
Save yonr money by getting your
Gents' Collars and Cuffs from
100 dozen New Salin Scarfs at 25c.
New Dress Ginghams,
New Crinkled Seersucker,
New Calico: s.
1 esse Cotton Flannel at 5o.
lcas Extra Hiavy Cauton Flan
nel at 10c per yard.
New Collars and Cuffs in white
and colors, for Ladies.
(0 pie es White and Colored Rncb
ing at 6c.
50 pieces double Rnching, in white
and co'ored, st 10.
Crene Lime Rnching in all colors.
New As raclun Tr'mming.
New Moss Trimming.
New Feather Timniing.
New Pa?sameniery in all colore.
New 11 ack I'aHsarnenter
from 20c up.
Foatet's 5 hook Gloves in all tbe
new fall shade".
Foster's 7 hook Gloves in all tbe
new fall shafts.
Royal 4 button G oves in all the
. new shad en.
Royal 6 button Gloves in all the
5 buitin Undref sed Kids, embroid
ered Backs, in all new shades.
Juit received another lot of thoee
6 button Gloves at 60c a great
MENKEN & COMPANY.
Afler the extraordinary exposi
tion of last week, duting which ws
displayed tbe choiceu products of
the world in flue Dress Fabrics,
Plushes, Silks, Velvets, PaeBamen
teries, outside Wraps and Milli
ery, it is unnecessary to say more
cow, than that we hare
Set) led Fashions for the Scasoa,
And ladles who make their selec
tions at once will have an oppor
tunity of getting Dresses, Wraps
and Bonnets which cannot be dupli
cated this season.
Tomorrow we begin our annual
grand tale of
IILKS, VELVETS, PLUSHES
Fine Wool Dress Fabrics.
25 pieces genuino Lyon's Black
Silk (manufacture of C. J. Bonnet,
ol cie) at $1 tV and f 2 a yard.
250 Pans Novtllics, for panels
ami fronts, no two alike, at 3 75 to
110 pieces Silk Plushes, in all
thn new shades, at $1 75 upwarl.
35 pieces choice French Silk
Clonkit)g Volvete, at $3 75 to $12 60
301) pieces colored Silk Velvets
for trimmings, enmbiration dreeses
and costumes, t$l 50 to $5 a yard,
and a thousand other equally good
values in our silk department.
At 6Cc a yard, plain all wool cloths
for tailor dresses, 30 inches
At $7 60 to $45, imported combina
tion Patterns in all Ihe new
At 65c, all wool Tricots, tbe newest
colorings, 38 inches wide.
At 85c to $3 a yard (54 inchoe),
plain cloths, striped and pin
check cloths, tbe lateet nov
elties for tailor suits and
At 50c tJ $2 50 a yard, over 200
styles of plain and fancy
Black Dress Goods, the very
choicest productions of ihe
Note Black goods are greatly in
favor this season among fashions
ble ladies for street wear.
Again we would remind the la
dies that now is the time to select
choice Dreeses, Bonnets and Wraps.
Tbe Housekeepers of Memphis
Are quick lo recognize (lie advan
tages we place before them.- Our
business hai fu'lv doubled to far
this seas m in all Hiueefurnisbing
Goods and more than double! iu
CARPETS AND CURTAINS..
' nn.in. txrA v,a m.A.1,
we cell thtm U small profits and
w have a Bpsce to display (hem
unequalled ia tho c untrv. That
ours is indeed and iu fact
THE HOUSE FOR CARPETS
G es without saying. Ai a l ex
amp'e, we still sell tomorrow:
t . r i . nil.. -.!, nt
ticitoirame mions urn Li
tis retail prke in New York is
Best 5 frame Wiltons, with her
ders, $2; retail price everywhere
Best Bigolow & Lowell Bjdy
Brussels, $1 20 a yard.
We open tomorrow an elegant as
sortment of Mantel Mirrors, Easy
1 l : I T ) ; , ,1 .
Iz-uaira nuu auuscis iu uaipci. de
partment. 500 pa'r Lace Curtains at $2 60,
75 pair Vienna Lact Curtains, at
ft) 90, worth $13 60.
In all sincerity, no housekeeper
can do Justice to puree or taita
without a caroiui examination ti
our wonderful and elaborate eelec
Other Items for Housekeepers.
100 pieces all linen bleached table
Damask at 49c a yard, worth 75c
75 dozen fringed linen Doylies, 18i
18. at 90r. worth $3.
25 French Avalon Wash Stand Sets,
handsomely decorated, entirely
new designs, at f 0 76; cheap at
200 brass Bird Cagsa at 59c, regular
price $ I 50.
49 dozen Huck and Damask Linen
Towels at 15c each, worth 'ioa.
150 decorated .amps,complete wi'h
large brilliant burner and globa,
59c each, worth $1 50.
6 cases bleached Shee'Ing, two
yards wide, at 10c, regular price
59 trench China Tea re's, 50
pieces, gold band with floral
de cuations, $!) 94 ; value, $10 51).
75 pieces bright figured Furniture
Cretonnes at 11! J c.
100 children's patent Table Trays,
with spring fastening, 74c.
200 crcchet Counterpanes at 70c,
150 triple and quadruple Caetors,
with bottles at half price see
them J5 Castors $1 60.
5 cases best water twitt, round
thread, loft finish bleached Dj
mes!ic, yard wide, made ex-Dre-slv
for shirting and undor-
wear, 8 1-3o a ysid-niill price
10o retail puce lie-tomorrow
MENKEN k COMPANY.
Tailor and Importer.
li FAIL STOCK la now eomplara. The l4.rge.st, Cboleait and
lost Varied I havo aver offered Mawi-phia, conalatlnr of aU tko
;H.HH IX FANCY 81 trOKSTKII IK A Lb
THK LATKRT SIlLkS, 4 V t.ltCOAT "- AND FANCY
FANTAMiONS In great variety, all of the) LATEST UliSIGNS,
Introduced by tha Leading Importers of Knglaitd, t'ranoe snd Ger
rnany. Iwlsktnaaake SPEe IAL, !TKITI4N to my nustomers and
tha public to rail and Inspaot my MAUNIFICKNT STUC at aiy
Cor. Sicond and Jiffirson
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
SPECIAL SALE TOMORROW
IK ., .
All Wool Tricot Ready Mado
Drweei, Tailor Finished, in Ger
ne, Navy, Seal and Dark Green,
Only $11 u .Suit.
Aetual'y the materal is worth tho
price. We alio offer tomorrow
Itirgsins in Siik Suits,
Batgius in Cashmere Suitt,
Just R'ceivpd New It aded ,ler
eeys, New lioueie Jitesets, New
Evening Wrats aud Shawls.
Memorandum !or Funhionahle
Lsdies With regard to Fall and
Winter Wraps, we must all know
that although it may be warm f r
a fo dais, cold weather is enrtain
to eome, and all should know that
Impor t d Wraps are not brought
on in large qualities. The frttti is
that in many iiibtauces we have
but one of a kind. Now as to price,
we have at the ont'elthii season
marked all Fiue Wraps at a lower
pe'eentage of profit than ordinary
goods, recognizing that those in
Memphis who buy that ( lass of gar
ment! ate limited, we have maiked
Tarls Wraps at $50 to $75,
which are generally marked $100
and $135, aud bring those prices
today in large cities North.
Don't procrastinate if you need a
Fine Wrap. Now Is the time, not
only to get just what you want,
but to gut something uncommon
and stylish at a low prico.
MENKEN AND COMPANY.
Manghterlng Drets Goods Sale
Commencing Monday, October
L.BAUER, 113 1-2 and HSBealeSt.
50 pes Poplin LuBter at 10c: worth
50 pes Brccade (woo ), 121c: worth
75o pes Double Width Cashmere,
; worth 35c
25 pea Flannel Suitings, Double
Width, 60c; worlh 75.
16 pes Colored Cashmere (40-Inch),
OOn: worth !H)o. '
25 pea Colored Cashmere (36-inch),
4")c: worth 75o.
75 pci Velveteens, ull shades, 35c;
25 pes Silk Velvet, all (hades, 95c;
worth $1 25.
60 pi s All Wool Tricot, all shades
(54-Inch), $1; wortR$l 51).
Just received full line of Ladies'
and Mirses' Clonks and Wraps at as
tonishing low prices; also a complete
line of Ladies', -Gents' and Children's
Furnishing Goads at prices to suit the
60doi Gents' Hemstitched Hand
kerchief i at 10j (for one day only);
B ankets and Comforts in endless
varieties at manufacturers' prices.
This is no idle talk, but facts. Call
and satisfy yourselves.
L. Ill HER,
113, 113, and 115 Beale St.
Two six oo'ave square pianos will he
sold Monday morning for 25 each ; $3
caeb, balance $2 per month.
It. II. XV. UODWI1V.
308 Main Street,
Opposite Gajoss Hotel.
New Dry Goods, Notions, and La
dies' and Mltves' Shoes.'
We extend a cordial welcome to
all to settle new and novel de
signs we open tomorrow direct from
tint Kmlorn market. Including the
latert s'vles, all to be cold at our
wonderful low prices tor tbe quel
iiy. Special and exclusive designs in
Velve s, Fronts, etc., will bo on ex
hibition Monday, October llth.
We name few drives we are of
fering: Oris lot English Cwhmere, 12Jo.
O.ie lot Kjglith Cisuuiero, 18c;
One lot all wool English Serges,
35c; worth 60c at any place.
Noiiicihltift Nw la Tricot.
Beautiful line of Novelties for25c.
One lot Table Damesk, half
bleach, for 45c; worth 65c.
Ladies' Corset, 25c; worth 50c.
La lies' Corce', 40c; worth 05c.
Owe lot Ladies' Merino Vest and
Pants, worth 05c, for 40r.
One lot worth 76o for 60c.
Pppclal Drive In Hamburg
Edging lor isc; worm irom mc to
40c; wide and good work.
All Liueu Crash, 5c.
II. II. W. CJODWIX,
398 Main Street,
Opposite Gnjoxo Hotel.
Rksidknts of South Memphis can
get Samels m's Cbickasaw Guard cigars
at Jas. fidgeon's saloon, oppaiitQ Mem-
puis and -enaeaaee depot, .
GEltUEIt at METTE.
SPECIAL ON MONDAY.
50 Robes and Combination Suits,
Mourning Dress Goods, Plain and
Fancy Drees Grtcda.
50 pairs 11-4'CaliforniaJBIankets,
50 pairs 12 4 California Xiatiketa,
50 dczsn GenU' White Wool Un
derahlrra.fi. 60 dozen Lad lea' Merino- Vesta.
10 dzn Gents' Cardigan Jack
et. 2 dozia Boy' Flannel .Shirt
l.adiW snd Gents' llandker
chiefs silk are! l nen.
B. Bt line f ver shown. 35 pieces
Table Dama k, 35- to $1 50.
A rinitU lor i f tho?e Dolby
Hiobea Hose, 3 pairs for $1.
UEItHElS A JIETTE,
2(17 Main Street.
HK KEN I OK .SALE.
KKK UOl'SU-'l'wn .tnrlos. store and?
rooms. Apply at ii' orth Naoond t.
FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE.
bARM - For oily or suburban imiperty, a
good farm, near l)rotnville, Tenn. For
further intorination applv to Ai WUEAT
LEY. Hcnl Kutnte Ager t. Mnin sret.
ClISTKKNH-lliilltamltcpalred and war
J rantod. Inventur of ilia Sanitary P. rt
land Cement Fuiup. Conira..tur and brick
layer. Telephone SSM. T HQS CUIIH1NS.
DR. O. J. SCHKUKIt. Surgeon Chiropo
dist. 211 Main stieet. Sixteen years
practice In Memphis. lirnoa mcilersta.
Call and see him. Ctlica hours from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. hiinliiTS trom II to 12 tn.
ROOMS AM) HOARD.
TAMKS WAI1HINGTON, formerly ccok a
si tbe Gayoao, has been euinloyrd a, ca
terer lor 4.')3 and 4,V Sholliy s'rsot, 2 squares
below Gayoso, whore sjperb moals, with
prompt attention, will to served lor 20 per
N KWLY furnished or unfurnished rooms,
with tbe verv best Ir-ard. H7 t'ourt at.
KOOMS-Furniahed, with board,
At tisi Shelby street.
K0OM8 AND BOARD
At 4 Market atreet.
ROOMS-Pleaaant furniahad rooms, with
board, for ladios orgentleuen. Terms
very reasonable. H'.2 Court Extended.
EpIKABLK UOOVIS-Wltli boa'd. at
72 MAIIIM) CT,
KOOMS-Furnlahad rooms with board.
I2l Court atreet.
T. J AM KM IIOUSK-68 Adams street.
Hoard and loilsing, sol day board. Mfti).
"LPLIGIULK ROOMS-Withauperlor hoard,
I'J two blocks Irom Gayoso Hotel. 4(siShelby
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, slnale or en
aulte, furnished or unfurniahed, with or
without board; other ronina, KstlOtl Court at.
ON M8 With or without board; terms
reasonable. 140 MADIMON ST.
POt KETDOOK Containing one plain
gold ring, an amythyst ring and aavanl
other little article!. Finder will nieaie re
turn to Mr. A. Renkert, corner Main and
Adams streets, and he liberally rewarded.
ON K Newfoundland Bitch, black all overt
baa a chain and collar on; got away
la,t Thursday, 7th, from Ckas. Knsy. Any
Information furnished about tha dog or tho
dog returned to t'hwi. Kna will he rewarded.
infl LAD1K8 AND GENTLEMEN To
loU act as auxiliaries in the grand pro
duction o' tha DEVIL'S AUCITON. Apply
paraonany at stage door ol Mempnis Thea
ter, Monday, Oct, llth. otlUa.m.
T. 11. r'LUMRR,
Stag Manager Devil's Auction Co.
irOODWORKER-A good on wanted at
V V Cunningham's Shop, corner of Monro
WHITE WOMAN-At Gill's Station, to
oook and do housework; no washing.
Applyat Hank of Onnunaro.
AGENTS Two reliable Solicitors for a
popular New York life insurance com
pany. Address W, S. Wilaon, MH Alabama
stroet, Atlanta, Ga.
YOU NO MAN-Kxpar'encedln Job Print
ln No. Ill Weat Court Street.
SALESMEN An experienced drr goods
aaleaman t also, boot and shoe salesman.
No others need apyly. B. Auerlwch. 14) Heala.
TO BUY COTTAG ft Or nice building lot.
A .hire's MONEY, Appeal olllce.
ALK1MKN To sell petit ledgers and so-
holt merohanta with ne novelty; beg
protltaj good PoMilons.
K. O. LKMKN A CO , Atlanta, (la.
POSITION-By a man with T years experi
ence in huaineai; very best of city ref
erences. Address P., Appeal ollice.
HAMBKRMAID With good reforeno.
at 138 Ma.lnon atreet.
TUS people to know that we have a An
atock of Furniture, all kinds and at
lowest Prices. AMES, Ua'AlTiK A CO.,
No. 3tkl Main street.
RESM A KERS Twa Waist and two
Sk rtixakera, Immediate y. a'
141 SECOND STREET.
AY BOARDERS Or whhoutrooma,
At 12 Kaat Court atreet.
LADY AGENT4 Our agents have had.
such wonderful suoceas aelllng Mrs.
Campboll's Combination Skirt and Bustla
(some clearing lift) a month), that we make
this apecial requeal lor all aten a who want
a steady, money making buaincsa, in send
stamp for iata'one. Also, Furnishing
floods. A.lrtre-s . II. caiupboll a Co., ItH
Weat Kandolph Street, I litcago, ill.
MTUATICN As nurae or housokeeper.
Apply ni. 1. u.'uifc i-iibbw
ITAMPINO AND EMHROIDEUING-To
oruer in oeit styiei at
jiVEltYBODY-Tocall "aniriiis'lhe nele
J l.ri.,l II , i.v CUIrvov-nt. at 177 Tnlrd
atreet. near Poplar.
OO.MS Well luruishei rooms, No. 81
WANTKD Ladies local or traveling. A
wonderful entirely new specialty for
ladies only ; (I daily easily msde; no photo,
no pHinuog; p.iril.nir irea, moj.
LITTLE. Box 443, th tago, IU.
POSITION By a lady as tLus'c teacher, or
tnl.uok .iiin.nhil.lHn Unuli.l, KritnoheS.
Salary expooted modi rate Good home de
A AN An Intellisent.earnest man to rep
VL resent, in hi own locnlily, a large re
sponsible house. A remunerative salary to
nsut pany. uinur .u..-" :
exchanged. A mcriLMn Manufacturing Hjuae,
lti lisri'lny ,-t.. rt. i
8 to "(SSi'M a PAIN f MANUFACTUR
ING EsTAbLISHM KNT having sevaral
4rsoii.Tiss thatBr popular and easy sell
ing. Can ha handlod 1 alone or In conuootioa
with other goods. AddreasTtlE WM. o.
"p !ick Pan vyh. Co.. hai.timqhk. md.
TIOTfON SEKl) WAITED. Hull and Meal
U for sil cheap at ULOBK OIL WOKKS.
i7rl LBS. FKATH ERS Hi.heJt cash
)( ) pr'ee paldjiy GA BAY, Memphis.
TiVvTRYT'ODY TO KNOW-That i wll
K FILL TK Ki ll WUH GOLD for the
nag. thirty day. for II fiO.A W880Ili
243 Main sroet. .
- . . . . V. ... in I ha (l. ion
Ll) OoLD. A SlLVatt-For i-aau or a ;
ohsurs. BUlswo.Maaw w,
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