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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-SUNDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1886.
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TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
JTo. 38 MADISON BTEEST,
la la receipt ef a larger,
leeted stack ef CASSLVEKES,
and 0YEKC0ATING5, (all
ueaa,) uaa was aver snown
... ... W
tack eamprliea tka choicest
,7
aa aaoat d arable goads In jeitlemea'g wear.
Samples aad Prices oo application to tboie
Jan.
wao kave left statures.
IT'-;
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JEWELER
280 MAIN STREET,
HAVE
Now Stock Open
AMCHEMKNTS.
Iff EH miS THEATi a.
aM- JosariiBaoogg, Manager.
THREB WIOHTS ONi Y-COMMKNCINfl
atom PAT. aa TOB H a.
C. R. GARDINER'S
aay-Tha most Gorgeous and Elaborate Bpeo
taoular Production of Modern Timer I The
Sovereign Sensation I A Veritable Kaleid
trope of Paeaing Noreltlea. Carloadi ef
Ceatly Soenerj I An army of Ladiet and
Gentlemen.
BLANCHE CURTISSE,
The Faneai "Vaitar Beauty," at
THE MAGIC QUEEN!
Honday.'Norember l-KATE CA8TLEION
. in "Cbaet Patch."
THE RACES!
An Invitation Wh ch Should
t Be Generally Accepted.
To the Cititens of Memphis and Surround
ing Country)
.,' Come and tee fire dayt' raoing, com
gaeneing Tuesday, October 26th. of at line
fields of hones at hai been leen on any race
eouaae in Amerioa thia year. Encoarage the
' noble (port with yoar presence.
H. A. MONTGOMERY,
President New Memphia Jockey Club
GRAND DEUBY BALL
At Exposition BuildlnT,
tucbsoit ltianr, October as.
carThii will be the grandeat event of
the teuon. adml-nlon. fto 4Ha r...
Eugene Koliason9s Maseum
Open dai'y (rim 1 until 11 p.m.
ADMISSION, lOo. Reaerved teat. lOo extra.
JO-JO, the Dog-teoed Bov; Walter H.
Stuart, Armlew and Legleii Wonder; I. W.
Sprague, tha Living Skeletons Mitt Uoldia
Grace, tbe Lot a ilair Lady, and a boat of
other curineiiiea and two a rani double oom-
Seniei ia the beautiful B jnu Theater, J H.
ymond'a All Star Co. and Irne Fox'i Myt
tifyjngCo. Monday. Oct. 18th ' ppearanea
ef P. T. Barnnm't Urand International Con-
E ran of Giante, who were to have appeared
era with his company; alio, an entire new
ompany in the theater.
FOR SALE.
BED-ROOM jkd PAR' OR FURNITURE.
Window 6ba ea, t., luat rereiveri.
Special bar fain a thia week. ho'ealeand
retail. AMKb, BBATTIE A CO
,j 33 Main atreet,
TWO MULES AMD PRATS.
Addreaa W., thia office.
HITZFELD'S Oil, Fluid nd flat Stores,
tor light honawki-Biiji a. 33 Second st.
A PATENT Already in the market (with
bet recommendatlora). Patented In
the TT. S. and Canada. Addreaa 1137 Olive
Itraet, St. Louia , Mo.
LOT Choice F.rt Pickering 'ot: no city
taxaa. DR. HIN80N, 279 Main at.
2003
X10O FEET Two blocka from t treet
cheap hontea eoly ; 3 per foot. -
: M. T. Q.
WHITB OAK STAVF,-Of all dimen
aiona: HARD WOOD and POPLAR
WOOD lnrniahed nt Wnodatuck, on Paduoah
R. K. Apply n P"tmatr onrlatnck .
FRAMECo'U(ta,on ot. Hayburn ay. and
Georgia at ; li t 651?0, with a h"uo of 6
rooma, in good order. Thia ia a choioe pieoe
of property, and en be rurehaaed on eaay
monthly parment by pey'ni part cah Ap
ply MtnterP.tkeror A..I. Martin, 2W Main.
o
ROAN Snltabla for family or Sunday
ehool. Apply at 52 Oealea atreet.
FINK Horra and Butty Horae one of the
lneat ia tbe eltyi any lady can drive
him. Baggy a nion now Woodruff A Oli
ver make. Will aell aeparatnly, it dnaired.
Apply at 4"4 PQNTOTOO hTRKET.
PLAtiTATfON-On the Arkanaaa River,
Lincoln County (500 ecrea in high atate
of oultivatioa; 1610-n eain tract: well im-
J roved: ateamain, 2 larae barna.21 good cab
na and banduime dwelling, 7 rooma, with 20
arret lawn in front. Literal term a. Apply to
MAl.LORY. RAWFdBD k CO..
372 and 374 Front atreet, Memphit,
or J. G UA"RKTI. Saraafa, Ark.
H
OUSEAND LOT-60x160, near Main at.;
can oe naa ai a oaraa'n. Apniyat
2S7 ttEOKUIA ST.
HITZFiCLD'S Oil, Vapor and Gat Stnvet
for light houaefcoep'na. 23'eondSt.
HOUSE AND LOT The J. A. Hayea, Jr.,
resiilenne. No. 32 Vanoe atreet. Apply
to W. O. H YE. Plate National Bank.
FOR SALE CHEiP-No. 6 Waahington
Hand Preaa. for nine-column vapor;
good aa new. Inqairo at No. 37 Union at.
AT F. A. Jonea k Co. 'a., one nice gentle
buggy M A H K that any lady can drive
or ride perfectly aae.
RESIDENCK-Noe. 86 and 18 Market it.
in r od repair: lot R7!4xl4S- Apply to
M. C. KENNEDY.
t t?j t
Moaby at.
B
KDROOM FURNITURE
bideboarda, Lounaea, etc.
AMb6, MKATTIB k CO.,
No 361 Main atreet.
C CHAMBER'S FOLDINO MACHINE-But
J little uaed, and in good oondition. Ap
ply at APPEAL OFf ICE.
THE lea e and flx'urea of the St. Elmo
Hotel, Me idian. Mica, Twenty-fire
oommodiont ronma, within three minntoa
walk of the Union Depot; large aample
rooro on the atreet next door; now doing a
good huaineaa and popular. Can be had at a
bart ain if trp' ed 'or within the next thirty
daya. Apply to Cbarlea Elmire, propriotor,
Meridian. Miaa.
OLD MATERIAL In the atorehouaea and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
anaaaln k Broa.' : mut b. removed at onoe.
Apply to JoIlN RE1D. Builder.
NEAT COT TAG K-01 aix rooma, and lot
.2mix44, 64 liean avenue. Inquire on
premi.'ea '
ClIIEAP-tine ae-ou.l hanti RnCKWAY,
nearly fo.id aa new, at lOIDnii n at
C1EDAR KN'l INi FOTS-For aale by
J W. R t Lamlnavilln. Ala.
J OODM Wsr .CK FARM- In iheatoo
one thornnithhrpd Running Horse; fee
f3. OneTrottln. II re: fee, f 10. OneJer
toy Bull : fea, 12 no Fna SaLt-30 Horaea,
. Milch Cowa, 16 bead Butcher Cattle, Pea
eocka and Nawloo-dlard Pupa. Horaea a
paature. fi pay month : Texaa horses, 10c par
4ayi Televheae JOSEPH BURNBl', KL
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MCKRAT RIDOIXT, )
More varied and better se-
WORSTEDS, SUITINGS
tkla seasoa's Innerta.
la thla market. Tka
dealc - as, flnast textures
CORNER MADISON
THEIR
for Inspection
STRAYED.
TJ ORSK-On Friday, Ootober 221, a white
jlj. none; nuna in rignt eye; naa round
mark on left tide of neck. A liberal reward
lor nit return to MKS. UxblliLLU,
corner Dnnlap and Lane avenue,
MULBS-On the night of Oct. Id, S milet
oaat of Collierville, 2 blank aaare mulea :
n . U . C . ... m I
vu muwhv tuur joara oia, in idou aa ana
trimmed up, with little whita apet under
jaw , id. uiuvr, ian or iwojtu yeare oia.
rough, aad not ao well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of aaulet ta J. W.
loung, Meuipbia, or
W. T. VKICK. OolliervinB, Tenn.
STRATF1) OR 8I0LEX.
MARE One dark roan pony built mare,
15 banda high. Petnra ta Dr. WILLI
FORD and be rewarded.
MARE From my reaidenee, 89 Union
atreet, one dark gray mare, 3 yeara old.
about 14 haoda huh, litht gray apoton left
hip. Return, and be rewarded, tn
J A. FOR h EST A CO.
PERSONAL.
DR. BULLIKOTON'S
Telephone number It 768.
CMSTERNB Built and repaired and war
I ranted. Inventor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Puma. Contractor and brick
layer. Telephone 888. TII08 CUBBINS.
D1
,R. O. J. 8CHERER, Surgeon Chiropo-
J ' aiai, zii jnain atreet. Sixteen yeara
practice in Memphia. Charge! moderate.
Call and tee him. Office hoara from 8 a.m.
tnSp.m. Hnrdava from 9 to 12 m.
LOST.
DIAMOND HAIR-PIN-Will ba rewarded
tor tbe return to
MISS MAU D APPER8QN, 175 Oayoao it.
LEATHER BOX Containing dray re
ceipt!. Leave at thia office and be re
warded. . -
QOARF-PIN-On Main at., between Men
kJ ken't (tire and Linden; design, any,
winga of pearla, and back with three atenea.
Finder will plea-e return to GEORtiE blO
VALL. at Hill, Fontaine k Co.'t, and be re
warded. VALISE Ona amall brown hand Teliae,
on Alabama or Second ata. Return to
A J. Robinson, 470 Poplar, and he rewarded.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ROOM Nicely Furnished Front Room,
erery oonreniance; at 142 Madison at.
ELIGIBLE ROOMS With superior board,
two bl jcka Irom Gayoao H"fl. 4f3 Shelby
JAMES WASHINGTON, formerly cook at
the Gayoao, hat been employed aa ca
tererlortfiS ana 465 Shelby s'reet, 1 aquaret
below Gayoao, where a-jperb meals, with
prompt attention, wiU ba tarred lor 124 par
month.
R
OOMS-Furnlihed, with board,
At hoi enemy itreei.
ROOMS-Pleaaant furniah-d rooma. with
board, for ladiet orgentlen en. Termt
very reasonable. 392 Court Bitended.
DESIRABLE ROOMS-With board, at
' 72 MADISON ST.
ST. JAMES HOUSK 68 Adams atreet.
Board and lodging, 15 1 day board. $3 50.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, sinsle or an
suite, furnished or unfurnished, with or
without hord : ntWrooma. lm-HWOnnM at.
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FOR RENT.
H
OU8E No. 213 Lauderdale street ; new,
with nine rooma and lare-a vard: near
Mill Higbee't aohool. M.L S EL DEN,
287 Main atreet.
DOUBLE COTTAGE On Virginia ave
nue, five minutes' walk to atreet ears;
new, cheap and eonvenlent. Call at VO Rny
bnrn for particulars. Mrs. K. L. WRIGHT.
ROOMS Nicsly furnished rooms
At 111 Monroe alreet.
T WILL RENT MY RESIDHVCB-On
X Thomas avenue, containing six rooms and
kitchen, with a good well and oil. em, stable,
coal ard woodhouse. The lot it 96x200 feet,
tail of floweri, shrubbery, ato.
I will alio tell all my Furniture, con
sisting of Bed room and Parlor Sets, one
Piano, Carneta. Kitchen Furniture, etc,
Coal and Weod. I will sell in part or in
lumps. Apply on premises.
MRS. AGNK8 HELBING.
CENTRAL 8 room HOUSE, cheap, to re
liable partypjdjr.jttllnjtrjiej;.
0
FF1CE Firit lloor-
At 32 Madison atreet.
FURNISHED ROOMS With board. "Cu-
Iaino ol peculiar excellence." 121 Court.
4 ELEGANT ROOMS At 59 Market atreet;
aingle or en mite, furnished or unlur
nished, good water, and rear huaineaa.
ROOMS Nioely furnished rooma,
At 117 Court itreet.
ROOM A furnished room,
A 1 2(6 Pnion atreet.
B'
OARDINO HOUSE No. 248 Second it.
next to Water Works rffce.
H. L. Ql ION. K Madison at.
F
URNISHED R.00MS-
At lie uonrt ttreet.
QQ ACRES LAND Well improved, two
OO miles aoutb. of city; good location for
dairy and market garden. Apply to
R. J. BLAt'K A CO.
FURNISHED ROOMS-Suitablefer two or
three gentlamen, at 60 Monroe street.
CluiT AG K Seven rooma, on We ker ave-
nue. on Elm wood itreot car line Apply
at S8 Unjen atreetJ JQ-t. LEN' W.
TWO'STORT BRICK-87 Poplar, 9 rooioa
and all modern conveniences. Apply to
Herrmann g. agener, 28a iMain atreet.
133
MADISON hTRKtvT-New ho rue.
Appty at 32 Madison BtT'et,
PLEASANT furnished room for gentle
men ; 111 Waahington ; refer nop ronuired
T0RE:ROOM-0n Main atr et, dwelling
boure on Court ttree", ard sevrrai vacant
lota. Apply to K. B SNOW DEN or J.L.
uuuiuvui oqffiaqison street.
STOREHOUoEFour atory and baaement
Itoreheise No i54 Fror.t street.
sisi.wilti l,'HA KU"!' t..
OOOMS Well turniabed rooma. Ko. 81
i-ti Linden atreet.
101TON ' Fr ICE Apply to K. M. Apper-
J aon k Co., No. 304 Front street
ti
OUSE-220 Waahington 8 . : 7 rooma and
uT,,-.in. a tip r at l.M ropiar dv.
OTORKHiiI'Skk
O No. KM Main Street.
No. 206 Main Hireet.
No. 2(r7 Main Street.
Apply to J AM US LEE. Ja.. 4 Madison St.
ROOMS Two furnUhed or unfurniabed
room! at 40 Madiaon atreet.
ETOGANT" newly farniabed rooma, bath
i rooaa, ata. Inquire at 116 Court itraet.
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MENKEN A COMPANY.
TOMORROW we exhibit our
aarona ltnportttion ol iall and
Wintpr Hilar Droofl rVAvallica An A
Seal Pluph Wraps, received per
Bieamer rxytoia.
Among this large ehipmentwe
mtiDuoa a taw noieworioy aruciw,
buuu as
MarbleUed Silk riaahcs,
Black Faille Francalse,
Erenlof Crepe da Chlae
ALSO
7( Etetant combination filk
Dren Patterns of elesant narelly
Plash and Satin Rhad&ine or Faille
Francaise, lor itreet and evening
wear, at l-'4 60 each. A remarka
ble bargain.
160 rJiecea danbla width All
Wool Cloth for Tailor Dresses, at
ouc aLd U&c a yard.
Tomorrow also we open a great
many new urtaents in Wraps and
ureases lor Ladies aad Uaildrer..
Ladies' Astrachin Shott Wraps,
aometbing entirely new, Jaunty
and elegant, lor f 7 CO.
Ladies' Fur Trimmed Short
Wraps, at $9 50 upward.
Ladies' 8rh1 Plash Sacques and
lioaks W oo upward.
The special feature of tbe Cloak
Department tomorrow will bean
ottering of
150AUWcol EDg'ish Nawmar-
keti, made ol Berlin Heaver,
and Astrachan trimmed, at i9, a
garment that would be cheap
enouga at I lo.
50 Elegant Plush Novelty Paris
enort wraps, tur trimmed, at vzo
to 175.
At nrAaant von ran rnrfjitnlv oa
a better selection than later, and
prices are' guaranteed as low as
eaual Qualities can be boueht anv-
where in the country.
A GRAND OPP0RTCNITY
To Decorate and
Famish Your Homes.
We begin with Carpets, and
every lady who needs anything
whatever in that line should come
and eee uaihis week, especially to
morrow.
At 45c, Extra heavy double chain
ircrain Caroets. worth 00c.
At 59c, Tapestry Brussels, worth
75c.
At 17c. Ilemn Oarpetf. a yard wide.
At 75c, Tapestry Brussels, worth
95c. A!so
150 pair fine Lace Curtains, 4 yards
long, at 3 75 a pur, really
worth Si)
300 Yeddo, Turkish, Smyrna, Mo-
, quette and Anglian Velvet nags
at prices that will really aston
ish you.
Some New Featnrea.
We have lust received (our own
importation) beautiful J a. pane ee
Screens, Mantel Mirrors, Willow
Kockerfl and Kwy Chairs, all ol
which are marked at popular prices.
500 pairs (just opened) Turcoman,
Kaw Bilk and Tapestry
Curtains and Portlers.
Exclusive designs which cannot
be had elsewhere.
When wet ViavA mora nf anv kind
nf wnnrla than rinr raonler t-arln re
quires we put them at a pries that
induces tne puDiio to Duy intra,
whttber they reed them or not.
This is the c.sa with our
Plated Silverware.
We have loo large a stock, and
we must sell them. Head toe
prices:
Tiiple Dinted Cuds, large s'ae,
with laised figures, cba-ed end sat
in finished, with gold lining, only
f 1 60, lormerly $t.
Trinle n'ated Water Pitch?rs, all
with double walla and elegantly
chased, only $0 75, reduced from
$15.
Triple plated Card Receivers,
very litest designs, $2, formerly 6.
Solid S eel Knives, hand and
blade heavily plated, manufacturer)
by the "Rogers Cutlery Company,"
or.ly $1 85 per eet.
Triple plated Teajpoons snd
Tablespoons reduced in the same
proportion.
Triple plated Castors, with fine
cut and engraved Bottles, at $i 75,
reduced Irom $0.
Triple plated Castors, with gild
lined Eptrgne, beautiful cut and
engraved Bottles, only $11, reduced
fiom $25. Also
1000 other elegant triple and
quadruple plated Vessels at less
than half price. Don't let thia op
portunity alip by.
The attention of every house
keeper is called to our superb se
lections of Felt and Plush Lambre
quins, Table and iiano UoverB
Table and nano scans. Band
Covers, Stamped Mca'M, Tidies and
Sp'aeh n.We a!e offer tomorrow
In s me department
The Following Useful Bargains:
At 39c, Turkey Red Damask, war
ranted taat colors, regular pi ice
60c.
At (iO , All Linen Napkins, worth
90c a dozen.
At 70c, Lstgt Crochet Counter
panes, wortb XI.
At f 3 15, Extra large White Mar
seilles UjunUupanes, wortb lit
At 15c, Bleached Sheeting, 2 yards
wide,
At 48c, All Linen B eached Table
Uania'k, wortb 75c.
Special sale tomorrow of
Blankets and Flannels,
MENKES t COMPANY.
HOI FOR THE RACES!
MENKEN AND COMPANY
We hafva made extraordinary
preparations for this week tb far
nisa feJentlemen'sOatflta
ot the beet cult es at popular t rices.
We need scarcely remind tbe gen
tlemen of Memphis that ours ia
The Hooie for Clothlnr,
Cut strangers msy not know, there
fore we trust they will come and
, . .... ,
. See for Themselves.
$15 winter an elegant Rul
nesi Suit, perfect fitting snd all
wool. '' ' '
$10 will buy an All Wool Cai
mere Suit, '
$25 will bay a Tailor Made Dress
Suit, '
. .
We art known to ke9p the '
Best Cents' Shoes
that are '.made, hand sewed,
French Calf, every pair Warranied.
We keep in the greatest abun
dance and in the veiy beat quality
Every Article for Gents' Wear.
Underwear, Bhirta,: Boae, Hand
kerchiefs.. Neckwear, Clothing and
Hat). We have the very latent
Broadway and Fifth avenu shapes
in DKEiS liAih and DERBYS.
Trunks, Valiee and Traveling
OulQ.s. Bugxy Kuks, Plush and
Fur Carriage Robes and Horse
Blankets. ...
Pay us a visit and see the wonders
MENKES & COMPANY.
Most of the Race Men
And most allflret clafs travelers coming
to the city next week will atop at the
Peabody Hotel. ' !
The Ulg10c fehow Coming.
8. K. Tribbej & Ce.a Mastodon
Dime Show will exhibit one week.cor
aer of Fourth snd Jtfiereon streete,
commencing Monday, October 25; h
Tbiais the ladies' and children's fa
vorite amusement resort and the larg
est antl moat unique traveling exhibi
tion of tbe kind on the road. Among
the maov features will he found the
famous Orton family, Allie and Ber
nard, tne smallest gymnasts living;
Masters Gordon aud Norman, tbe iu
fant wanders; and tbe finest school of
gymnasts, leapers , tumblers, and acro
bats ia existence. Tbe wonderful per
forming elephant Little, introduced
by Prolr & II. Dopley at each per
formanea fa one of. onr special fea
tures Tbe admiscion, is 10 cents for
ail and-good eeU lor everyone.
I. " i,i
Hakcrllaia Cotloa Btanella, SIO ad el.
Jewelry Opening
... -AT-
C. L. BYBD ic CO.'B,
290 Main street,
ootober asm,
Day and Evening.
GEBBE1I METTE.
SPECIAL DRIVES THIS WEEK.
25 dozen Ladies' and Misses' Jer
seys, latest stvles, at low figures
50 dozen Ltdits' Ct tton Hose, at
26c. full regnlir made, plain
and fancy, cheap at 35c.
DRESS GOODS! DRESS GOODS!
Special Bargains this Week.
Black Cashmere a Specialty.
Ladies', Gents' and Children's
Handkerchief), Kid and Cashmere
Gloves all shades and quality.
UUIDERWEAR-Oomplete Stock,
from 85c to $3.
Tadlb Limbn from 35c to $1 75.
Town.s from f 1 per dozen to $15.
GERBEIt at METTE.
267 Main Street.
NO OPIUM
in JLn Ilonradez
HAVANA CIGARETTES.
10 for 5e. 30 for 10s.
the beet Cigarette sold.
I. 6AMELSON & CO.,
Sole Agents.
Habarllwe; Co I too Ntenella, SIO 8d at.
Of Interesit to Ladles.
It will be miner eaved to any lady
eonlemplating the purchase of a sow
ing machine in the next ninety days
to call and set prices of the Light R'in
nirg Near Home end sie thmr latest
irrprovemen', the aa'nmatc brbbin
winder, whicb places the New Home
several years almad of any machine
now (n the mt'kut.
NEW JJOMEbKrYINO MACHINE CO.,
46 North Court ttraat.
Haberllng Cottow Steaclla, SIO ad at.
Don't forget the big ten cent show
on the corner of Fourth and Jeffe'son
streets. Every afernoon and night,
commencing vtnday, uctooer zotu.
iiuhteb nnos.'
PRICE LIST OF REAL TALCE
For the benefit of oor Patronaaad
tbe Public generally.
100 doi n Lidiea Solid Co'ored
Hose, ingrain and extra heavy, at
zee. -
75 drs Misses' Full Regular Made
nose, o w ef, at lac.
50 dca Ladies' All Wool Hote. in
so id colors and stripe, at 25c.
60 doa Children's French Ribbed
Hoes, 6 to 81, extra quality, at 2't.
An endlefs variety of novelties in
Ladies' Heae at 45 and 60c a pair.
300 doa Gentlemen's Half Hose,
job lot, your choice for 15c, worth
irom 40 to 75c
100 doz Ladies' Colored Border
L'nen Hemstitched Handkerchiefs
at 10c
60 dea Ladies' Colorsd Collars
and Cuffs at 26 and 3J a sot.
00 doa Ladiea' White Linen Col
lara at 10c each.
Special bargains in Trimmings,
liutrtons and uiaspa.
We show the largest line of As-
tracban and .Boucie Braids.
20 pes Oretone at 10c per yard.
40 pea yard wide Sateen at Sic
3 cac.es 4-4 Bleached Domestic
at 7Jc.
2 cases each of Androscoggin and
Lonsdale 4-4 Bleached 1 lament ic at
i rase 42-inch Pillow Casing at 10c.
3 cases 10 4 Bleached Sheeting
at 20c.
1 esse 10-4 Unbleaehed Sheeting
at 18c.
30 doi Lidiea' Merino Vesta at 45c
wor.ho3c .
60 doz 100-Bone Corsets at 50c.
' 15 doa 300-Bone Corsets at $1.
21 doc Thompson's Glove Fitting
Corsets at $1 50.
10 doz Ladies' Chemist, embroid
ered, trimmed with 10 tucks in
front and back, at ooe.
0 doa Cordod Band Chemise at
45o. . " '"
30 dca Night Dresses at 60c
10 dca Night Dresses, embroid
ered, with tucks beck and front
('Mother Hubbard), at 7DC
100 doz All Wool Jerseys, with
coat back, at $1.
50 doz Misses' Jerseys, in all sizes,
at$l. . .
60 doa Ladiea' Jerseys at COc.
50 doa Ladiea' Extra Long Waist,
coat back, with culls, at $1 60.
BLANKETS.
300 pairs 10-4 While Blankata at
$1 25. :
SO nra Wliiln Blankets, aliehtlv
anilari parrlnit nvnr from last rea
son, ranging in price from $1 60 to
10, whicu ia lees than half their real
value.
EIDER DOWNS,
in Bhrlmn. Cream. Scarlet and Blue.
42 inches wide, at 09c
Our All Word Scarlet Twilled
F annel at 25c. 35o. 40o and 45c are
the best value in the city.
60 pes Gray Twilled Flannels at
20c.
All nnrWhita Flannels are marked
specially low for this week.
LADIES, yon must come this
week. We are determined to turn
nur goods over, and cannot aflord
to make large pronta Dy waiting tor
better times. A price must move
them.
nUNTEB BBOS.
COLORED DRESS GOODS.
300 pes Wool B ess Goods at 10c.
251) pes Wool Diagonal at 13 Jo.
197 pes Wool Sateen nt 22c.
2 10 pes double width Drees Goods
at 10c. .
69 pes Camnl's Hair Puttings at 33c.
09 pes Pia d Dresi Goodj at 20c.
69 pes Pla:d D:ei Go' ds at 29 .
200 pc double width Drees Gno Js
at 48c per yard.
150 pes double width Tricot at C v .
100 pes double width Camel's
Hair at 49c.
120 pes imported Tailorings at
$145.
160 pes flew Drees onoi, com
prising Scotch Cheviot, Tricotines,
Frei ch Foule, Cross Warp Serges,
and English Merges, at 75c.
NEW BLACK GOODS
Just Received.
1 lot 24-Inch Rayure Stripes at 15o
1 lot 38-Inch Diagonal at 25c.
1 lot 40-inch Coupee Suitings at
39c.
1 lot 40-incb Thibett Diagonal at
40c,
1 lot 40 InchVeloifrDhgonal at 40c
1 lot 40-inch Vicuda Cloth at 50c.
1 lot 40-inch Bermuda Cloth a' 60t
1 lot 40-ioch India S iitiana at 60a.
1 lot 44-lnch Arabian Diagonal
at 65o.
1 lot 40-inch Jersey Finished
Tricot t 0c.
1 lot 4'-icch Ilecton Cords at 75o.
1 lot 45-inch Corolanus Suiting
at 75c.
. 1 lo'. 45-inch Martel Suiting at 75c.
1 lot45 lnchDuxpl Su!tingat75c.
Ntnpa eil and Elboion Velvet
eens, in all shades.
Striped Velveteens, in all cilor.
Be tntifiil Plushes, in all shadee,
from $lf0 up.
Beautiful New Striped Plushes
and Velvets for trimmings and
combinations.
An ele.ant line of Colored Silk
Velvets, in all shades, from 95n up.
Elegant Silk Combination Dress
Patterns at! 20.
Surah Silks, in evening shades.
Flushes, in evening shades.
We must liven no things. Ex
traordinary Diives this week.
Look at our 50c 5-Button Kid
Gloves.
L-ok at our $1 5-Hook Fester
Gloves.
Look at our $1 75 7-Hook Real
Kid Gloves.
CLOAKS AND JACKETS
For Everybody.
A stock of over $20,000.
All the Latest Novelties of tbe
season.
The Prime Stock of Memphis,
W specially invit the attention
ol tbe ladies to this department.
HUNTEB BBOS.
K. SLAGEH,
Tailor and Importer.
HV avai l. BTan
Is saw
Moat Varied I krva aver offered
"1VaF,:l:,J?-,l,! h iiikki wKriiVVTi.
THK UTFAT STVLKI. aviiuiiniTiiit. ,. uilnr
rvu
ri.N?lON? !"Sroe varlaty. all of tbo LATEST
Introduced by tna Laadtng Importer of Kngland, Franon er4 Oor-Dr-
wle to anaaa SJPB4 IAL nKNTIOI to my ouatorra and
vLFixAHB wo -V aiAGNifiCKN MTU, at mf
Cor. Sicond and Jtffirtoa
It. It. W. OODWINT,
398 MAIN 8TRKET.
New Dry Goods Store.
OUR IDEA
Of workipgup a large fall and win
ter business is to make prices that
will acare hard times to death !
Aad our mtthrd ia an not fret
that diaappointmeat is out ef tbe
question. Therefore we tall atten
tion t our line of Dry G nnds. Fo-
tiors.Cioakp.ahoes.cte.whit'k is large
and well selected, embracio the
latest ftylesaid the best to e bad
in every depattment.
F R I E N D SJ
These goods were purchased to
sell and onr beat eniVavois were
uaed to please in ity'e.qnality end
priues.
CLAKSl
We are positively selling Cloaks
for less motiey than any house.
Whether yoa want a long cloak
or a shot t 6ns you Ciinnct do oar
self jas'ire without calling at 393
Main street.' i
Cioakafjr Ckildrea, Cloaks for
Mistes, Cliaks for Ladies, in fact
Cloak for all;
DRESS GOODS!
Qar extra fine 60 iaoh Tricot, in
the new shades, we are atill offei
itg at 82 ats.. .
v 44-iach Heather Snltinea, In gray
or brown niiitures, at 3:!i cte., ia
jaatly worth 60 cts,
38-inch Black Cashmere for 42)
cts , ia a big bargain.,
Double width all wool Serge for
334 cts., wnrlk 60 cts. .
Htriped Velveteen,the new trim
minv, black: navy, uiedlnm blue.
green aad brown, worth. 65 cts., we
oner Monday lof; 35 cts. per yard.
. BLACK SILKS!
One lot "Royals," No. 8, never sold
for less than $2, will offer thla
weekatthe anhesrd of price $1 47)
One lot extra tires Grain and
Black Rhadames worth every cent
of $1 60 per yard, tor $1 00. This
you will never beat In price for
tbe quality.'
Fall assortments Underwear for
Children, Ladies or Gents.
Far Zephyrs, Saxony or Ger
mantown yarns, try 308 Main.
it. ii. ;vr: Godwin,
' ' 398 Maih Street,
Opposite Uajoso Hotel.
HatMirllna; ffoMada HtBila.Sl 8d at.
Look out for the elepbant withTrib
bey A Ce.'s ten oen ahowy Carriejr of
Fonrth and JeuVrson. ' Adralsaion, 10
cents for everyone.'' Will exhibit oael
week oaly, cotamensing Monday, Oc
tober Zotu.
-L.
Cotloa ateinella llakarllwg'a.
. Bny Shoes.
At J. M. Bill A Co.V, corner Main and
IT ' 1 1 '
uuiau Buoevo.
HO! FOR THE RACKS!
AT i .
GOLDNHIlil 8,
84H Mala.
THE BIGG rf ST BUKIAINS
DURING RiCE WKKKI
NoveHiea In Dress ;Gopdu, Silks,
Satlus and Velvets..
L r.est assortment of Cloaks,
Wrnps and Jarketsv . i
Novtlll' In Drrss Flannel ana
Tricot Brocade, ' plain,
and mix-
tures.
For lloniekeepers Tkta Week!
ft I ! I
2 cases 10-4 Sheeting, ibleached,
at 18 cts. Browu, 15 tW. per' yard.
1 caae D aniond Hil;C irubrio, 12
yards tor tl (... ,(,, i ,
2 a ea 4-4 Muelia, soft finish, U
yards for tl 00. ,
40 iiiecea Pillow Caaing at 10 cts.
a yard.
' Our Own" Cotton Flaaael at 6
rts. a yard. '
2 taxes new Indigo Blae Print,
14 yards for 1 00.
Visitors to the races .are espe
cially Invited to cali and ktave their
bills fi led at .
GOLDNMITII'S,
Where thov on pet everything in
the line of Dry Goode Notions,
Boo's ard Shof s, Carpets, Cloth
ing and Gents' Famishing Goods.
I. IjOLDNMITII A BROS.
818 Bala.
Cohen, the Batter.
Coben, ,the hatter, haa made a
specialty in children's, ha's and you
ran find the largett assortment ia the
city at h's store, 219 Main street, under
Datly'aHtel. , i
( h'ldren a poi.i caps at p cen t
ni .,nla T,,.tv sins
capa at 75
cents.
Children's soft
colors, blue and
hvnarn. 511 cents. r
Ch ldrwn's fancy sloths, 60 cents and
npar(le. . . '
Children's fancy alosa, all colors
and all prices. Dya' tchf ol hate and
Cip, Jersey caps, ail qoiors, at to
ce a. .JLx
Huva' t'erhra st Si to sino.
A ao a larai assortment ot gents'
fur, reft and stiff ha's, all fcolors, styles
at il prices to suit all. '
O 'r dollar dmby 1 dcsarpasrerl ia
quality and ahape. Call aed see the
foods you will save 50e h $1 by buy
ing your bats
of CohB, 2 9 Mala,
icUa M Matt aril aa'a
Cotton StaaeUe
All slaea stoves, grntef,' f roots and
fenders at U aba j a,
emplsta. Tka Largest Cfcefewei aa
lei Meoapnie, eoaaiaune; or aui
.1,
SU.,
Mruph!i, Tina.
gioprrlor Furniture
At low rices at
, MITCHELL A BRYSON'S,
, 308 Main street.
Rcsiocntb of Poplar atreet need not
antler for something good to smoke.
Meiers. Bereuta A Oil. keep Bameleea't
Chickasaw Goa'd Cigars.
Haarllna; Cotton ejioutrlls, SIOM at.
Tea jovial Steve Frarjsioli, oppoeita
the Memphis and Charleston depot,
sells Samelsou's Chickasaw G.iard
Cigars.
Cotton Sioaclla at llobtrllaa's.
Taa good natnred John Astl, near
corner Main and Union atreet", always
keeps Samel'on'a celebrated Chieka
eaw Guard Cinars.
CoitonMtenolla at llaborllaa'a.
Wanted,
First data Wairt aad Skirt bands. Ap
ply before 10:30 o'clock a. m. to
KREMER'S.
Josh Sartorr, who has made (he
Walnut Palece saloon on Beale atreet
famous, sells 8a mo 'son's Chickasaw
Guard Cigars. Jo-iu always keepi the
beat of everything-.
Haaerllaa Col too Nlxnclle, 810 Sd at.
Tin genial Jaa. Pidgeon, opposite
the Mississippi and Tennessee dep't,
always keeps a sunp'y of Mamelson'a
Chickasaw Guard Cigara on band,
t'otloa Stenrllaal Haberllaa'a.
Chiapsht cooking stoves at G jbay'd.
Cotton Mlonella at Haberllaa'a.
JVotlce. -
The Hon. Zack Taylor, the nominee
of tho Republican party for Congress,
and Mr. James Plielan, nominee of
the Democratic party for Congress,
will address tr.e citizens ot the Tenth.
Congressional District, in joint dis
cussion, at the time and places stated
below, namely:
Whttevllle, Monday, Oct. 25, 1 p.m.
Whitehaven, Wednesday, Oct. 27, 1
p.m.
Caplevllle, Thursday, Oct 28, 1 p.m.
-Memphis, Friday, Oct 29, 7:30 p.m.,
at Imposition Building.
Mason, Saturday, Oct. SO, 1 p.m.
W. J. SMITH.
Chn. Republican 0on. Comnitoee.
K. V. AIMMrJ.
Chn. Damoeratia Coag. Committee.
TAKEN LP.
MAKE OVner (tag bare ky proving prop
erly, paving oha-xes. Applyte JlaaUaV.
lam
waiaer av ,near Kanaka iitiy janeaiea.
WANTIJ).
PAKTNEK Wlth'iOOOospltal; money aa
eured. or will give poaitian and salary,
with intereaton Inroitment. Aildreea
T. w., tnta omoe.
COK Small hoy aai dining-room ler-
vant, at 111 Court atreet.
TINNER An experienced Tinaar, who
oan do general work, and uedentende
Qaa. Steam Kitting and Pump work. Aa-
j resa T. H. OLA-'H, Brownavllle, Tenn. .
TWO Ladiea desire hoard and room tn gen
tail loeatlon. Aa both hold positions.
meals must be promptly served i moderato
prinet expaeled; referenoea exnbangad. Ad
dreas, sta'lng terms, etc., Uoaan, Appeal.
GOOD WOMAN For general housework!
no waahing. One reliable and well rae
ontmended only need apply to SO Baaleat.
Pt( WHITB FAMILIE8-Farmen-Rlek
a. J KJ lead, long leaaea, and aappert to make
ret aropt none but small : amities, wha de
tbair own work, need apply. Addreat
I). if. WADDILX.
Care Hteanser Kate Ailarat, .
BOARD la private family for gentleman
and wlfet good re'ereneee required.
Aildreis P., No. 4 Madiaon st.
EVERYBODY-To know that tke celej
braud health giving PINO BbDDINO
ean be bought at I" INortn court itreet.
DAIRY-To
baaineaj.
tuy a dairy doing a good
Alio, man to drive wages.
DAIRY, this olBoe. .
Addraaa
LPIhST-CLASS PIANIHT
X1 Applfat 14S Shelby atreet
fy ENERAL AOBNT
Pnr Ze'l'i En nr.
V J elojiailiaa. r. i
Usher, Philadelphia
T. HULWOOD ZKLL, Pub-
WHIlE COOK (lerman pre erreai, tor
lawily ol two good WMrea. AddreaS
r., rare ue'wr v,.r,pt .
k-VOCrlfl MAN In Kahn rretnerg t irrr
I X ttooda Department. Only auch aa bad
oine exuerlenee
and first-class relereaeoa
need apply
ROOMS Two er three usrurnlahed rooata
hv two aersoaa. Apply et Schilling
Bnardlaglvnnse. Adaail if-eet.
A OK NTH
In averr town tn sell Plana
XX.
aail Orient. UOUCK CO., Memphia.
UVilRYHODY-To tail aad tae iho ; oeia-
111 braied Oipsv Olairvayani, at ui xntrw
treat, near foplar.
QlTUATlOisI Aa porUr or house boy t eaa
O give eltv references. POKTKK. Appeal.
V OHNU MAN-Kxper enoed in JiJ Priat
JL na. No. 10 West Coartraet
SaLKsMbN-To aall iwttt Udgera aco -holt
merchants with new novelty! bid
proflUl gn'd ao'Uioni.
R. U. LKMKN ACO . Atlanta. Ha.
Hiate in tho l toa
IN KoTAbLISHMKNT having '
u. ,,., thai sr. nnttnlar and oaay aeit-
inc. Can be handled alona or in oonneetioa
with other aoona. Auureea i i u "i",
iresa I II Si v ni, d.
, UALTIMORK. MP,
pVtCK MANI'KII. n..
rWAMHSRMAlD Aith good referenea.
W at laa tsa.tiaen sireei.
-r-v iv unisliffiin 41. .l.hnutriiAnl.
D """"""" At Vi KaeT Ci.rt stri
s1
order in bast ityle-at BMpoR1TJJI
Hoovis
l.lna Well lurnished repma. No. BI
en street.
AArANTel-Ladio', lei-l or iraveiiog.
V V woadrrtai ennre'j pw
v., i . , .i.ii. ...iiv midsi no ahote.
laaiea onu, , . iuu'j ,i
MTl'I.K. Ilex 44?. h eago. 111.
na nlmgi P-r'""'""
.iuiirriiMll. a l.d aa n.ul'11 leaoher. Of
ttetoai'h young otiildren Knalish branohea.
Salary eipenleii modraU. Wood home do.
iire'l. AdureMaolier
TfAN-An latellient,e:rnest man to rea-
IV I reaent, n nir owe iuoam - -
onalhle house. A vemunerative Salary a
.ht party. Steady peaition neterenoea
exchanaed. A merioo Meuuiaoiunuu
' " ' . 7 . . M W
lb utioisy !-..". '
TTT7 i . LBa. rKATHKKr-iiinae ew
( M Mrepaldhv H A B A V . Memphn.
t"?v"fcRVHOiY. to kN)W That I wtt
G FILL TEMH WITH GOLD for tb
uaxt thirty dait for II . WES80N,
943 Main areot. t
Lb'Gtn.1) A rllLVk'koraoreg
saaag. MUUTORB. Jawtuor, aViMalaV

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