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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1886.
(accessor to M
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Wo. 38 MADISON STEEET,
it In receipt of a larger, more varied and better se
lected stock of CASSIMERES.WORSTEDS, SUITINGS
and OYERCOATINGS, (all
tions.) than was ever shown
stack comprises the choicest designs, finest textures
and most daralsle goods in gentlemen's wear.
9 Samples and Prices on
who kite left measures.
290 MAM STREET,
w Stock Open
F I WMlrfff'
PALACE MUSEUM, MENAGERIE
Adams A Jc ffersnn.
01EWIN .tO5riAY, OCT. 18
Special Notice to Xi.clio
There will be Riven oat on the Opening Day, to
'TIII3 LADIES OIkLY, 3000 ELEGANT SOI V EXIISS FREE,
which will be gilt and beveled-edge large size colored Photographs, worth at least one
dollar. See for yourselves. SAMPLES CAN BE SEEN AT
H. L. Union, Keal Fstate Agent. 19 Madison street.
P. Callahan A Co. .Plumbers, 217Secjnd street
Memphis Steam Shirt Faotory and Laundry, 224 Second street.
Armstrong Furniture Company, 274 freoond street. ,
Iisocs A Co., Antiquarian Bnok btore, 4 19 Main street.
I. J). Seeley. Carpenter, 434 lisyoso sireet.
, R. H. w. Hodwin, Dry Goods, 398 Main strsot.
W 0. MoGbee A Cb.'a Move and Housekeepers' Goods, 33 Union street.
James Degnao, Agent. Wall Paper nnd Painting, '25 Seoond street.
ALSO, IN FRONT OF THE MISEUM.
" HTJlViyV.Ir BKYJB TEHHIBH
A p ayiui, brown
eyed puppy faced
boy covered with
silken bair from
head to foot. Not
but a bright,
tr JO-JO, the Rob Faced Ku !"
B OHlilND 33 C T7 13
i. II. Hyaioud's a 11 Star Niirria' t
XO Otau Admlanion
Fire Nights v SATrenY Mtikk, Com
rnencirg MOSiDAY.OCT. IS.
The Romantio, Emotional Aotor, .
II OH MIT B
(Under the tnamgeraont of Ativnatnai
nton), in John W. Keller's New,
Modern Society Drama,
A Play of Strong llnmsu Interest,
Illustrating Sooi-'y and Bohemian Life in
ine moral x s-nre.
The Story Intaf-ly IolcreaMrar.
Tne Sltnntloua Sirossar nnd Naiti"t',
and a brilliant rein of coireiy pirrkeuUs
tHe entire drama.
A PEAY OF THIS s.OCII.
Its teachings will benefit c.y man and
woman of the Nlroteenth Cf ry.
PRICB AS USIIAIi 8 1- oatswillbe
gin Satnrda . Oct. lS.h, at f m's.
A50Ct5.Showf . lOCts.
A POPULAR SHOW
Ai Popular Price.
Forepaiigh & Samwell's
Cirnifiil of Novelties and Tr.tined
Animal Show mblneil, Ui der
a Wiiniiiuilu Ten i.
ON THE BMItr I'tsK ONE WEEK.
' FIR8I PERFORMANCE
Monday Might, Cct. 18
tarThe Resort Tor Lndies and Children.
srTbe rot Trained Perloruiing and Leap
ing DofS in til World.
srsrThe most Co' ica! Trained Monkeys.
'The Innniest Trained Donkeys in Ex
istence. rThe C ildren's Favnritei-the Trained
Ponies, with their Monkey Riders.
erTraiiic I Hears, Trained Uoats, and the
great Pertorn ing Elephant
40 PERFORMERS 40
TWO PEBI'OHN aNt'ES IMII.Y.
Doors open at 1 and 7 p.m.
Commencing at z and 5 p.m.
Nee the Navel Slrcvl Parnde.
Admission t. All Only 10 Tent.
Mrs. Florence Fin'ey Moore
WILL REOPEN HER
hattrday, Oct. 23d, at 3 P.M.
5diot' r tfMKmfmi more money ,han
ia'k V!mfYtm, the President Bets,
' ; jJv any otber curiosity
JrVv " was ever paid.
5 . -is
CRRAT t RIDCELT, )
this seasoa's importa
In this market. The
application to those
lft, A.M. to 10 P.M
Not a vestige of
ekin is visible on
any part of his
bead, face, neck,
noee or ears. He
receives aealiry cf
$.0Z0 per week,
Uo,and a hostot other Curiosit es.-sa
Xj 3E1 ooivtiviNrx ja w a
!! iy, in conjunction with
Wnucl'rlnntl juyaUlyiiiK Company.
to All Only XO Cta.
in CENTS EXTRA
ROOMS AND BOARD.
IpLIOTBLEROOMS With superior board,
II twobl Dokslrom Sayos', Hotel. 453 Shelby
JAMES WASUINOTON, formerly oook st
the Oa;oso, has been einuloyd as ca
terer ior4M and 4,o bhelby s'reet, i squares
below Gayoso. where superb metis, with
prompt attention, will be served lor 120 per
ROOMS Furnished, with board,
At 81 Shelby street.
ROOMS-Plensant furnish d rooms, with
board, for ladies or genilen en. Terms
very reasonable. 392 Court Extended.
EsIRABLE RvOliS-With boa'd, at
OOMS Furnished rooms with board,
i 121 Court street.
2T. JAMES HUUSK 68 Adams street.
J Board and lodting, Vti day boird. 3S0.
Bt.AUlXFUL front rooms, single or en
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without herd; other rooms. 104-106 Court St.
K6) VIS With or without board: terms
reasonable. 140 M DlHON ST.
00M Nicely Famished Front Room,
every onnvennnce ; nt 142 Madison st.
ONE desirable Front Room, nnfurnished,
in private family, on Shelby street.
Anaress . tt. A., UBrrier no. la.
Y0UN(i LADY PIANO PbAYER One
who is aoeomplisbed. Apply immedi
attlyto EUUKfiK ROBINSON,
Manager Robinson's Moseum.
ROOMS To responsible business women,
eiht ?ery detirable rooms, second and
third floors, ainvla nr An suite, southern ex
posure, well suited for dressuakinir, mlil'n
erv, proif sslonal woik, etc.. witn tne seen
rity of ahoma: dinners turniihed. if wanted
Call (bringing referenc-) at Women's Ex-
rnang", tm ecor d s trom 3 to a p.m.
streer. Inquire next door.
O MADISON STREET New house.
l)! Appiy at 32 Madison str ot.
PLEASANT furnished room for gentle
ii en; 111 Washngton ; refor, nee required
"10TTAOE Four rooms, 2'0 Ross avenue
W Apply at vt ivioBliy s reet.
i HOUSES-On Robeson street.
I .PP'T atjol Robeson street.
01 1 POPLAR STREET, two nicely fur
LL I nished rooms to single gentlemm-
CIOTTAGEKoor rooms. 6 Auction street.
J Apply at 33 Ihird street.
STORE-ROOM On "Main stn et, dwelling
houte on Courtree'.arri several vaoant
lots. Apply to H. u. b.OW Ut.iM or j.ij.
UUUUWIK, 30 Madison street
RICK J10USK t wo stonos, nine rooms,
on Mulb.rry street. Apply to ,
DK. S. A. POOL.
Q'lOKKIlOUuE Four story and basement
Blorchoaro. tin fi4 Frort .street.
WAI.UIHY, CKA" H"U -
OOMS Woll furnished rooms,
10TT. N ' FFICE A nrly to K. M. Apper
V J son & Cn.. Nn. .VdVrnnL street.
TT'INE OFFICKS-65 Madison street, next
iv biumiKjiin jiiirei.
B. ,V. KSTES. 31) Madison St
TJ OUKE-220Wuhington S .: f rooms and
LI ha'hroin. Apply at 133 Poplar ht
No. KM Main Street.
No. 2"5 Min Street.
No. 2ll7 Mntn Street.
Apply to JAMi.S LtE. Jk., 4 Madison St
OOMS Two furnished or unfurnished
rooms at 40 JVlHiIiaon sirem,
TjLKU ANT newly lui ni:h d rooms, b.lh
fU win, eie. Inquire at 11 Court trt.
Have nevpr naed anv'h'ne with
such euccafs in neuralgia and rheum'
atirm a? TongaHne.
J. W. FLANDK"S. M.D- -Wrightiville,
MENKEN A COMPANY.
Tomorrow ws exhibit additional
novelties (received during the last
week) in Silks, Velvels, Piusbes,
and Ta lor Suiting', all of onr own
impcirtation, wbicn cannot be
found elsewhere in this city.
Among the veiy newest and moat
desirable articles for reception '
aad s reet dresses is the
Marblelzed Silk Plush,
whxh we are now displaying in
the various beautiful shades
introduced this season.
Tomorrow we offer in silk de
partment: 160 Novelty Panels and Front?,
1 2 50 to $).
25 pieces extra heavy Black Oros-
grain Bilk at $1.
50 piecfS Colored Silk VeWet.beau-
tifnl smooth finish, at f I 50 a
ICO elegant Combination Psttsrns,
Novelty PiUfh and ''Faille
Francaice," at $22 50 a patters.
Tailor Snitirgs and Black Quods,
For street dretses and general
wear the Plain Cloths, Pin Check
Cloths and Hair S riped Cloths are
accepted by all b.dieH of fashion as
t1 e correct material this season.
Wa offer some choice fabrics in
these gco;ls at very low prices.
500 wcol Oombinttion Patterns, at
5, f7 50 and f 10.
150 nieces nil wool plain and fancy
Cloths frr tailor dresses, tt 85c,
$1 and $1 fO-all 1 yards wide.
100 pieces plain all vnool Clotb, 30
inshts will'.', tt 50c.
250 pistes a1! wool Tri'Ot Cloth, at
05c,85c and $l-all double width.
10 .0 p ece3 plain and fancy Dress
g odf, ri 15c, 20c, 25c and 35o.
Never in the birttory of our hcuse
have we shown so elegant
a variety of
Plain and Fancy Black Goods
(8 we do at pretent. Black drees
goods are daily growing in lavor.
50o will buy all wcol B'ack C.'sh-
65o will buv black all wool Tricots.
il will buy choice of 20 styles dou
ble width all woai disck dress
Ladies, look at our superb selec
tions; no wardrobe is complete
withont a black dris. "
WRAPS AND CLOAKS.
What ran we mv that will sive
an irlfa n( our immense. varied atd
nnparalelltd display of ladies',
nuuees' ena cniidren s wraps f vie
can only nrge a 1 to look at them,
for no wo: ds can do j nstice to their
beanty, elegance and good valu?.
Ladies' Jackets (Londrn shape), $5.
Lsdies' ShortWiap', $7 50 upwmd.
Ladies' Peal Plush. Sacqnes, $25.
Ladl'S English Newmarkets, $9.
Ltdies' Pans Nove ty Wraps, $35;
such as am usually Bold for ;U.
1000 childreu's snd mis ea'C. oaks,
beginning at 12 50 each.
(JLOViS, GLUTES, GLOVES.
We have iust received the !atesk
novelty fir street and evening
wear, the ce'ebreted lVrs Suede
Gloves, plain snd embroidered; al
io an tnti ely new line ot gents'
d ivingaad dress Glove?. To bs
wtll gloved you most Ret the aiti
e'e at cur riou e. Kt-metnber we
are tole and only sget ts lir "Fos
'er's Genuioe' French K d Glovts.
N . ne genuine unless stamped on
irjfide in fac simile tf signature,
Beware of imitations. Come to
ui for the genuine, to be had no
where else in Memphis.
Beautify Your Homos
and Make 1 hem Comfortable.
Some idea of the immense in
'creese of Bales in onr carpet de
partment ran be had when we
et.te that last July we bought
what we suppoted was our fall
supply. We have doubled that
purchase since. This is of no spe
cial inierest to the public, further
then tbis, ibat sel irg so largely
atd bnying eo largely, we are ena
bled to sail at a email margin, and
that we do so la shown by our
enormous end tepidly growingbns
inesB. Tomorrow we tiler
Tspes'ry Bruse els Carpets at 60c,
lioiy Brmsels Carpets at 1 15,
Super Ingrain Carpets at 65c,
Chinese Lsng Carpets at 35c.
AT $2 75 apair, Emprets LaceCur
tains worth $1 25.
AT 75c each, window sbsde com
plet", pstent spring roller.
AT $4 50 a pair, elegit L?ca Cur
tains, ircludirg bmes trimmed
p- le, chains and hcoks; regu
lar piice cf curtain alone is $6
$150 will boy largs Brus els
tlilxa and Glassware.
We are now displaying a'l our full
imnort.vions of line Dinner and
Tea se's. Cut G!a-wa'6 and Orna
mental goods. Bjoutiful Birquo
Sia'uary, Fiuures and Bofcz-s,
e t gad articles (one of a kiud only)
fir weiinirc and birthdav presents
Tomorrow we will give choice of
ihe following articlt s for 10c, the
least, nf them is worth zoc anu
more than half are worth 5.c each :
Only 10c Each, 10c.
flnoar Bowls. Tea Pots. Spoon
Holders, Cream Pitchers, Fruit
Bowls, Pckle Diebes, Preserve
Diihes. Cake Plates, Deco'aed
Pilcbers. Mohs3es ritchere. Wail
er. Cutis ar-d Sauners. Butler
Di8he,KarhONLY lOc.ONLY K'c.
100 Salad Sets, 13 pieces, at 50.
Domestics, Table Cloth', Napkins,
Table and Piano Covers.
Complete and elegsnt assortmet t
opn tomorrow, ml at popular
nrices. Job lot Crochet Suresda.
50c. Marseilles Counterpanes
$1 15, worth 2.
MENKEN A COMPANY.
In Every Branch of Oar Ettab-
To inrlnrA Olir natrnra tn malra ft
tnnr., and crclit hv mAkino nnr-
chases in tbe various departments,
we will oner a itact.ons inu can
nr,t be duplicated.
W liavfl rereivpd rnr Antlrn im
portation of U'ovcs. Every pair
with gUfeeted lingfrs Foetei'd5
hr.nk Olnvesf'irSl : Kiintvr'a7 hnok
(llnvpn Icr SI 35: Fiiatrr'a S.'al Kid
Gloves f u$l 85; 5 button Etnprtss
Gloves fo' $1 10; 5 button Empress
G oves, Keal K:d, for $1 40, in
Plain, Stitched nnd Embroidered
t'nrliB! ITodresatil ft hnl ton Kid-.
et$l 3i;Undiefed Moeqnetaire for
jl to, Witn j-.moRiuereu liacas.
Special drive in ono lot 5 button
Gloves at 50c.
Silks aud Velvets.
New Rhadame bilk in all colors;
pew Surah Mik in all colors; new
Gros Grain Silk in all colors.
Rich Silk and Velvet stripe com
bination for $20, worth $10.
Satin in all colors at 49c.
Rich and handsome Striped
Pluch for combinations and tiim
mings. Beautiful and rich Siriped Vel
vet for trimming and combinations.
Ne Silkt Velvets in all colors at
95n a yard.
.New velveteens in an color?.
Black Milks! Bluck Silks!
Tn f)m firain. Rhadame. Tricot.
Ai-mnr. Arminia. Snnilinn. Surah
and everything new this season.
Black Goods at 10c per yard.
B'ack Goods at 12Jc per yard.
B ack Goods at 15 per yatd.
Doable width Black Goods at 19c.
Double width B ack Goods at 20c.
Double width Black Goods at 24s.
Doable width Blaci Surah Serge
Double width Black Cardaletts at
Double width Venetian Cork Screw
Double width Jereey Tricole at 62c.
Double width Alma buitings at .itu.
Double width Camels Hair Serge
Double width Imperial Serge at 49e.
Double width Shooda Serge at 49c.
New B'ack Henrietta Cloth.
New Black Tricot Clotb.
New Black Alma Cloth.
Nsw.Black Q toman Urth.
New Black Fabrics of all kinds.
Colored D.ess Goods.
This department is complete with
all tbe new and mo't fashionable
fabrics for fall and winter wear.
62c. French Tiu ot, Camels Hair,
Reriies, Gold Medal Cashmere,
. ' . . tlfl ail
Scotch Tailoring?, rure vvooi m
40n 'Btncrliah Cnnl' CrOSB WarD
Serges, 38 inches wide, in all the
19c. double width Octan Serga
in all colorp.
10c. WoolSuitioKS.in B us.O ive
31c. hair line Diess Fabrics, 40
K'c French Fnnla in solid invis
ible coetks and etripes,46 in. wide.
97c, Pure Wool Ladies' Cloth in
ich colors, 56 inches wide.
All the Wiling novelties of the
teason can be found at
Note the following low prices:
At $2 75. 62 verv stylhih Suits,
consieting of Cable Cord, with nov
elty to match.
At $10 each, 31 elegant Suits,
Surah Serge, with rich and band
some Silk Velvet Stripes to match.
At $5 85 each, 21 new combina
tion English Twillp, Chenille nov
elty to match. ,
$0 95 eacb, 39 sty lis a warning
Suits, in D agonal Clotb, with rich
Plush novelty to ma'ch.
At $12 60, 01 imponea xrms
Patterns, Biaided Foule, with solid
$3 75 each, 49 new fashionable
Suits, Wool Satsen, with Plush
Stripes to match.
The Banner Slock of Memphlel
Ladles, do not fail to visit onr
tloak Room ir jou anticipate
bnjlDg a new Wrap this season.
We show tho "nobbiest" styles
In Cloaks and Jackets In this clly.
20 lom Coat Hack and Vest Front
Jersoyo at 1 50, worth $2 50.
naa,l..j rr.lmmAil .lAtnevfl.
100 pieces yard wide Sateen, juBt
Bargains in Hosiery.
B irnains in Gentlemen's Shltts.
Bargains in Gent.emen's Under
Bargains in Ladies' Metino Under
Bargains' in Lidif s' Muslin Under
B. LOWEX STEIN A BBOS
DRY GOODS BI LLE1IN.
COLORED BRISS GOODS.
Ladies, bear in mind the fact
that ail our Broadcloths and Tri
cots are sponged and rtfinished
ready for use. If you want a dress
that will wear well and give per
fect satisfaction you should buy no
WecfTerthe following special in
Fine Imported Novelties.
At $15 00, Twenty-five Drees Pat
terns, the very latest designs
and combination of colorings;
worth $20 (10.
At $1 1 75 and $13 50, Twenty 1 Im
broidt red Dress Patterns;
worth $15 00 and $18 00.
At $22 00, Fifteen eUgaLt Robes
in boxes; worth $M).
Bargains In Plain Woolen Dress
At 60c, Fifty pieces all wool, 45
inch trench Merge, lull
line of shades; worlh 75i
At 35c, Forty pieces 38 inch
Foule Serge, all colors; worth
At 65c, 61 inch all wool Ladies'
Cloth, In navy blue and brown
only; wotth 85c.
Twenty pieces real Eng'iah Cord
uroys, in all the leading street
shades, only t7Jc per yard.
CLOAK AND SUIT DEPART-
Ladies' all wool Flannel Snits.neat-
ly made, nice basque and
drapry, all sizes and colore, at
Ladies' all wool Suits, English
Checks, high shawl drapery,
nice bat que, at $16 60.
Ladiea' Tricot tailor made Suits,
gray, navy, seal blown and
b'ack, barque with inside vest,
all sizes. $16 50.
Ladies' Suits of tine all wool cutt
ing, r arrow stripes, tailor
made, $20 00.
Ladies' fine ttilor made Suits ot
Imported Tricot, all colors and
Ladies' Suits of Imported Tricot,
Astracban combination, f aou.
500 Ladies' Walking Jackets in
English Cnecks, Hair Stripes,
Chevtron Diagoua'.Boucle and
AsUvchan Cloths, from $3 50 to
350 Ladits' Plush Short Wraps,
quilted eatin lininps, fine Rus
sian bare trimming with far
tails, $13 50, $17 00, (19 00 and
250 Ladies' tailor made Newmar
kets, fine beaver cloth, Astra
khan ollar and cutis, colors
black and brown, $9 60.
200 Ladies' B aver Newmarkets,
plush collar and cuff, rolled
plush down froLt and between
plaits on back. $12 0.
200 Ladies' fine Berlin Twill New
markets, lilver tlppd plush
collar and cuffs, $13 50.
200 Ladies' Newmarkets, made of
Frost's fineBt beaver, tailor fin
ish, satin facings. $16 00.
200 Ladies' Imports d Newmarkets,
tailor made, sum lacings, satin
lined sleeves. $19 00.
00 Ladies' Clolh Short Wraps, in
all styles and materials, ranging
in price from $5 50 to $20 00.
1C0 Laities' Mourning Garments,
all styles and siaes, from $15 00
to $35 CO.
We are receiving something new
every day in this department. Onr
Btxck ot Md tes , Hisses ana men h
Hosiery wsajnever so comp ete and
embraces tbe very latest makes in
Cashmere, Merino and Cotton.
Our line of novelties in Msie ana
Silk Hosiery is superb and In
cludes all the latest things in En
glish and French High Novel ies.
We made our purchases aireci
from the msnufacturers at such
pr'ces that enatle us to give onr
customers a reduotion of at least i0
per cent, on prices usually charged
for same clasi of goods elsewhere.
Below we quote a few of our lead
Fcr 25c per pair we sell Lidios' full
regular made Colton Hofe,
dirk solid ingrain colors and
Kiflv ivneVi aiY
For 75o per pair we oflor Ladles'
black Spun en: note; worm
For 25c per pair we effer a full line
of Mistes' full regular made C: t-
ton llTse, dark ingrain colors
and black, all bIzos.
For 25c per puir we, have the best
lina nf Mun'a (In ton llOHO. ill
heovy unbleached Balbriig.-n,
solid colors and stripes; worm
35c per pair.
II. LOWEXSTEIN A BROS
Tailor and Importer.
WT FALI, S1TOCK ts aew complete. The Largest, ChofeMt ana
S.0.,.t.JTi?.Vj,l? Vr o"sl ' Memphis, consisting of ell tae
S'iM'V'JJf"-!? 'J,;V I'lTlatiSU WOHSIIIH IN ALL
I!"1-"1' Ba'WLKS, OVICUOt TIN4. AND VArVCV
PANTALOONS 111 great variety, all of the LATEST DESIGNS,
Utroeucsd hy tbe Leading Importers of Kngland, Franoe anel Ger
many. 1 wish to snake SPECIAL MFNTIO to myeustoraers and
the public to call aad lnspaut any liAUNlVICKNT S AOCli. at any
Cor. Sicond and Jaffarton
B.LOWENSTEIX eft BROS
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS.
Exceptional Good Bargains.
All Linen Huck Towels, sizs 22x
42, knotteiUringe and blue border,
worth 60 cts. anywhere. We offer
At 87 cts. Each.
All Linen Hm-k Towels, red bor
der, pizd 20x40, regular piico 25
cts. We en"r those
At $2 00 per Doz
All Inen Bleached Damask, full
62 inches wide, handsome rut terns,
wirth85cts. Thii line we olhr
At 65 cts. per Yard.
Gernino Turkey Red Daraak,
full 60 inches wide, handsome
gooile and cannot be bouirbt o'ee
where for less than 75 cts. This lot
At CO cts per Yard.
All Linen Doylies, red border,
At IM 00 per Box.
100 pieces Foulard, 32 inches
wido, all new, fresh goid, beautiful
patterns and are wotth 12 dp. Call
and take your choice of patterns
At 7) cts. per Yard.
100 pieces new Ginghams, con
futing of plaids, stripes and bonlle
At 10 cts. per Yard.
50 pieces beautiful Sateen fin
ished Foulards. Those goods mnks
uo wiih the same effect of real
French Sa een and would be cheap
at 20 cts. You can have them
At 12 1 cts. per Yard ,
27-inch Cassimnre, new pattarns
for Mens' and Biys' wear,
At 50 cts. per Yard
27 inch Ca'stmere, select styles
for Mens' and Boys' wear,
At 75 cts per Yard.
27-inch Caesimere, very hand
some for Mens' and Boys' wear,
At 00 eta. per Yard.
54-Inch lull twilled all wool Cae
eltnere for Mens' and Boys' wear,
At 81 25 per Yard.
27-inch Ca.aimere, nice patterns,
for Menu ad Boys' wear,
At CO cts. per Yard.
A'so a handsome line of the new
est patterns of imponed and domes
tic pints patterns, all choicB goods,
no two patterns alike, at very low
Full line of D.ieskin, Broad
clot hsS and Diagonal nitlngs at
veiy low prices.
Astrachans in all shades,!? and 54
Ii ciea wi le.at less price than they
;an be bought for any who e.
Wo are showing the bandsomest
line of Imported Flannels ever
brought to the ci' y our own direct
importation, which we cll'er at a
small margin abve cost.
II. LO WENSTEIN st BROS.
Cohen, the Hatter,
Has the largest and beet assrteil stock
r f hats and raps In the city. Call and
B e bim at 219 M "in street. '
Indications Are Cold Weather,
Are prepared to meet year demand
At prices lower than elsewhere.
20 pes Rod Twilled Flannel at 25c
Checked Dress Flannel, for Chil
dren's drrs'es, at 40o a yard.
6-4 Weterprojf, all colors, at 65c a
6-4 Laities' Cloth and Tricot, at 85o
Novelties in Striped Saquing Fan-n-1.
20 yartU Si-alHla- d Domemic forfl,
60 pes Turkey lied Calico at 6j a
14 yards 4-4 Blended Muslin, Bift
linisbed, for $1.
IIOUSF. FUiiNISniNG GOODS.
20 pci Turkey Rod Table Dama;k,
at 25c a yrhI.
100 doz Chocked Towels, st 5Co a
100 ! z All Linen Napkins, at 45c a
40 pes German Twilled Crash, at Gc
10J large s'zs Tbble Covers at $1 a
piece, wntth $2.
Latest novH:e now f'tr sale.
iO nieces Cho ked Wo ilen D.ess
G rorls. at 20c a ytrd.
25 pes Colore.! C ho mere, at 17Jc a
yard, w .rth 30. '
50 pes all shedoi ssarrted Dress
botds, at 10c ay I'd.
Jerseys. Clonks. Wrnpa.
Large ss o'tmcntif Shoit Wrap:'.
The "B nicle" Jerseis, in black,
navy, brown, parmt aud gold, a
tl 7'Hsch. worth $2 60.
100 dox Jersey, a'. 60c each.
Novehiefl in ev ry depa ttnont.
tieailfan-n akuule eutll as. IIxer'a
and Kaatulnoi tVIr sletk af Wlaier
ITaetrr waar. Frlaea laaej 1 weal ( t
laweat. . ;
DIAMOND SrUD-Will para liberal re
ward for its return to this office.
SPECTACLES A pair of gold rimmed
spectacles. A liberal rswaid for their
return to J. E. Randle.
COAT At the feot of Adams a roet, a coat,
with a time book and a nair ot sptota-
cles. Hetnrn to SO Male itreet.
. Telephone number Is 768.
CIISTKKNS-Iluilt and repaired and war-
ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Pump. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone SS8. THUS CUBIUNS.
J. SC1IHRER. Surgeon Chiropo
211 Main street. Sixteen ver
practice in Memnhis. ChanrHs tnoilnri.t.
Call and see him. (.tlioo hour from 8 a.m.
to ft p.m. hii- days from " to 12 m.
STRAVH) OK SiOLEX.
MULES From VcKay A Fu'mcr's plnn
tatirn, f'-niirly known as Hunt place,
near Autin, Tuni-a county. Miss., one dura
buv horto mine, II bands niali, wiih mane
not shaved lately; atmut 8 yrnrs oH,
Also, one bin ck niiro mule, 14' tnmis
hliih, white siot on loft rlioul.ler; about 9
yours old. Will py ten dollars reward for
tbeir return u plantation.
MrKAY A FPI.MER.
BirCll-From my Vonnel, a black and
white Beagle bitch t split In right eir. A
rewsrd will be given for her return, or infor
mation addfessel to mo. oare of Feabody
1 lo tel. JKKRY CCK'KhKLL .
ML'LES On the night of Oct. 3d, 3 miles
east of Colliorvillr, 'i black mare muleai
one about four years old, in good Cx and
trimmed up, with lit'lo white spot umlor
law; the other, ten or twelve years old.
riiuvh, and m t so well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of mules to J. W.
1'oung, Moinphts, nr
W.T. mit'K, r. IHervllte, Trnn.
TTlT.FiLD'B Oil, Vapor and Gas Stoves
l.riLU'B on. vapor and (in Stoves
or light hourekceping. 21 1 f--cn n l St.
x -i ror
ACOMPl.KTKoutfltof the latest improved
TROY LAUNDRY MACIIlliEriV, al
most new, ata brasin. Addross
WU CUt Nil KIM A IIARMAN,
T l OUSK AND LOT The J.
A. Hayes, Jr.,
1 J. residence. No. 'H2 Van.'e street.
IU ...... I, n , r.r,, i.nui'UHl
B "OR BALK CHEAl'-No. 6 Washington
Hand Press, for nine-column isper;
good as now. Inquire at No. 37 Union rt.
rrqiH ANDREWS FOuDINU BED
I New Parlor and llcdrcom Furniture.eto.
Wholesalo and ret nil
A VIES. UK A f'fl St CO., Ml Ma in .
AT F. A. Jones & Co.'s., one nice gentle
buggy M A h E that any lady can drive
or ride perfeotly safe.
RKHIDKNOB-Nos. 8rt and 88 Market St. I
in giod repair: lot ft7Sxl4'. Apply to
M.O. KENNEDY. .rloshy st.
Sideboards, Lounges, etc.
A MaS, HE ATT 1 8 A CO.,
No Slit Main street.
rriWO :W inch Portable Corn Millet wo 28
L inch Corn Millsi two 21-inch Corn Mills,
No. 1 order, New and Second hand. Mill
work of that de.crii'tlon solicited. A good
stock of select French Burr Stone on hand.
THUS. DKLANY, 124 Frnntst.
-flVlO Improved property
L., Appeal effloe.
tllAMBKK S FOLDiNti MACHINE- But
little used, and in good condition. Ap
TDK leata and fixtures of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me'idian, Miss, Twenty-flve
eommodious rooms, witbin three minutes
walk of the Union Depot; large sample
room on the street next door i now doing a
Eood business and pouular. Can be had at a
argain if applied (or within the next thirty
days. Apply to Uharloa .1 nitre, proprietor,
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
ensteln A Bros.' t must be removed at onoe.
apply to juiin rtmu, uunuer.
NEAT COTTAGB-Of six rooms, and lot
21X1x44 , 64 Dean avenue. Inquire on
CtUEAP Ono second-hand R 'CK AWAY.
) neariy as good as new, at KM Unli n st.
"tEDAR t-ENCINU FOhTS For sale by
J W. K. LAHitlN, Lars insvtlle, Ala.
W0ODLAWN SluCK FARM- In tbe stud
one thoroughbred Running Horse i fee,
120. One Trotting Hor'e; fee, 110. OneJer
sey Bull : fee, 12.60 For Sats-30 Horses,
S Milch Cows. 15 head Butoher Cuttle, Pea
oocka and Newloundlund Pups. Horses on
pasture, tf per month; Texan horses, 100 per
day. Telephone JOSEPH HUHNKY, 8M.
At 106 Union street.
ONE or two gentlemen to occupy a nicely
furnirhed front room In private family:
good locality, and onlytt blocks from Court
Square. Aidless M INOH, this office.,
WANTED Five experienced salesmea
on Rand. McNaly A I o.'s New In
dexed Atlas of 'he World: just eat. Saeoial
territory and llbernl commissions. Address
at once CON TIN KNTAL P t ItLlaHINU CO.,
No. 148 Monroe street, Chicago. ,
TWO nicely turniihed rooms (or two gen
tlemen In private family, with or with
out board. Addro'a AL, Appeal office.
TO RENT HOUSE fontalning Sve or six
rooms, within ten minutes' alk of Cot--ton
Exchange. Addre-s F., this office.
OARD In a private family for man aad
wile. Aairess rasMaan, i h.i.
IjURST-CLAHS COUK-Van preferred.
JJ at 85 Madison street.
SITUATION As porter or hnu"e boy eaa
give city reference. POKTKR, Appeal.
TKAMSTKRS-To work at Austin,
F. A.J' N1H CO.'S, 61 Monroe st.
ITUATI')N-lUve Ave er six thousand
dollars to loan employer. Aairess
A. o. . tnis oro oe.
iiVEHYBOT)Y-To call and ies the oele
Xli brated lit psy UUirvoyut, at 177 Tnird
street, ne ar Hop lar.
JOSlTION As copyist or amanuenses)
quick writer. Adilre-s L B., th isogee.
OUNG MAN-Kxpcr'encedln Job Print
Inir. No. 10 West Court S reet.
SALESMEN To sell petit ledgers and so
licit nierohants with nev novelly; bit
profits: go' d i'0l'ions
K. I). LhM EN A CO , Atlanta. Ga
CHAMIIERM AID With good referenee,
J at IMS Madison si roet. .
AY BOARDEHS Or wi hontrooms.
At 12 l HE i;olirt sirew
QTAMl'IMO AM) EMliBUlUaKiHU
& ,ru.rinb.,t.t,le.att) EMpoRIUM-
I j 00 VIS Well lurni.hed rooms. No. 81
1 V Linden street. .
W ANTr DLadies local or traveling. A
wondertul ei tire'y new specialty ret
ladies only ! 81 daily essily made; nnpnoto,
no piiinting; pinisolara free. Mlta. tt.
LITTLE, Box 413, 1 h oago. lll.
POSITI'IN Bv a lady aa ihus o teacher, of
to teach youngoliildien English branohes.
Sulary expected moil, rate- Hood home de
Sired. A dilresiesoher, Cnlun'buSjMise.
MAN Anlntelllger t.ertiest man to rea
resent, 'n hi on looalitv, a large re
sponsible house. A rouiimeraiive salary te
rl ht party. Steady peaition RefereneeS
exchanged. A merioau Manufacturing Ujuee,
Hi lUrclnyt., N. V.
7ToT cTN K KD H A M K l. Mulls and Meal
U for (ule oheP al ttLOBB OIu WokKS.
i TiTtiTLIIS.'VKATII EKS-Hi.hest cask
I ' ' '"', t",il1 bT 'aBaV' Memphis.
UWrnfYPODV TO KNtlW-That I wil
lli FILL TEETH W ITU GOLD for the
43 Main sreet.
Lu"oLb AMLVah-ror cash at t
JK. Jew, er, SHSleia