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MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL SUNDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1886.
TAILOR, DRAPER & IMPORTER
Ho. 88 MADISON STEEET,
Is In receipt of a larg er, more varied and teller se
lected stock of CASSIMEEES,WORSTEDS,SLITlJiGS
and OTEECOATLNGS, (all
tions.) tbaa wss ever shown
stack comprises the choicest
and most durable roods In genlleuieu's.wear.
gag" Samples and Prices oa application to those
who have left measures.
290 MALM STREET,
COW-ODlThuriday, near n"?,hTf 17
one a black. with or. p O" in
ear and slit and bole in the ""'"i,,.
other, red nd white spotted, wth . tt.
fork in light ear; teats have black ,
A suitable reward for their return t ?'
near earner of Line avenue arid Ayre rtv "w
CHaKI.OTTK WAR LKY
LBATIIfcR BOX Containing dray re
eeipts. Leave at this otfioo and l e re
R.J. D. WBITB-24J Main, eor. Jeffer
son at. union tclou none col i residence .
CISTERNS-Bnilt and repaired and war
ranted. Invontor of the Sanitary Port
land Cement Phbip. Contractor and brick
layer T-Mnboi- . T1IOS OniiKINS.
C 10WS One large white mulleyeow, with
J red spooks; one white eow, with red
snooks; one creamy white cows and oDe
black, aide and white back, braaded B on
side. Return te
T. J. YARBROUQH, Motoley avenue.
MULES On the night nf Oot. 8d, 3 mini
east orColliertille, 2 black ware mules;
one aboat four years old, in good fix and
trimmed up, with lit'le white epot nnder
jaw; the other, ten or twelve yeara old.
reuiih, and not so well trimmed. Reward
for information, or return of mules to J. W.
fount, Mem pi is, or
W.T. PKrrK. fHliorvUlo, Tenn.
ROOMS AMI HOARD.
"O00M Nowly furnished, with board, for
IV single aentlemtin, at 87 Court street.
TABLK BOARD The bettthe market af
fords, At H7 COUnT STREET.
DESIRABLB ROOM-Ne.Iy furnished
rooms and board, at 49 Market street.
R0OM Nicely Famished Front Room,
every ornvenlcnoo; st 142 Madison at.
ILIGIBLE ROOMS With superior hoard,
iwo 01 KK irum vayna'' n'uai. ..'jmieiuy
JAMBS WASHINGTON, formerly eook at
the Gayoeo, has been employed as ca
terer lor 463 aid ii Shelby s'reet, 2 squares
below Qayoso, where superb meils, with
prompt atteation, will be served lor $20 per
ROOMS Furnished, with board,
At i8l Shelby street.
ROOMS-Pleasant furnlsh-d rooms, with
board, for ladies or gentlen en. Terms
ery reasonable. Conrt Extended.
DESIRASLB RUOMS-With bia'd, at
72 MADISON ST.
T. JAM HOUStC f8 Adams atroet.
Board aad tooting, to; day bosrd. S3 50.
BEAUTIFUL front rooms, sinule or en
suite, furnished or nnfurnirbed, with or
without bo rd ; otWr"om. 104-IOi Court s.
THOHOD'JHLY seasoned and finished
Black Walnut Blaha, suitable forinterior
workin balldlar. Add. 0. Letter Harrier 10.
ITZFBLD'8 Oil, Fluid and Has 8 ores,
for Hg"t BoeHeepr-g, VJ3 recond at.
AFB W Hesticg8tnv-. aecond hand, good
as new, Cheap. UlTZF&LD.ZU Seeend.
COW A rery ta four-ga"n eow, with
yooageaif CH AS. DKNMAST
at soath rate Blawood Cemetery.
NICECOTTAO B-Of nverooms. on Shelby
St., wito lo' 3S2 feet, for $600. Apply
to . , .. MINTKR PARKER.
r A.J. MARTIN, aw Main St.
ELEGAUT PLACB-On Rayborn aveaue.
aoutb of Broadway: fume boose of 7
noma, ia nieo order; lot (2x190 feet; no city
axes. A poly to MINTS! PARRIK, or A.
J. MARTIN, 8M Main street
BED-ROOM a PARLOR FURNITUR8,
Wiadew 6ba es, eto., last reoeWod.
Sfieoial bajraaina this. week. WhoU-ale and
AMK8.BKATTIE A CO..
T StiS Main street.
TWO MULBS AD DRAI8.
LOT flholee Fort Piokerlnr lot; no city
taxes. DR.HIN80N.27t Main at.
TTKAMIOoitae.n eor. HavbarO a, and
Georgia at. lot Soil 70, with a hiuse of 6
rooms, in good order, i nia ia a onoice pieoe
of property, and eae be pdrehased on easy
aoentbly aavment by nayias part cash. Ap
ply Mlnter Pitrkar er A. J. Martin, Main.
ORGAN SuiUblo for family or Sunday
aehool. Apply at hi Goalee street.
rxLANTATION-rOn the Arkansas River.
X Linoola0enaty-40aaeroa ia hi oh state
of ealtivaaion ; W40e'Mia tract: well im
proved ; steam gin. llarae barns. SI good cab
in and handsome dwelling. T rooms, wiih SO
acre lawn in front. LibflralteTms. Apply te
MAI. LORY. RAWfoKD A CO.,
JT2 and TH Front street, Memphis,
or J. OARKTT. 8arBa. Ark.
ITZP-LD'BOil. Vapor and Oas Stoves
for Hrht hoesekee-ptng. as e-econd at,
HOUSB AND LOT The J. A. Hares, Jr.,
iUuh. No. lAl Vance street. AboIt
to W. O. H T , Htate National Bang.
TYiOR eALB CUB. i- No. Washington
JL' Baad Press, for nine-solemn vapor;
good aa new. I nqmro at to. si union at,
AX ' A. Jooei A Co. s., one nice gentle
boggy MA KB that aay lady oan drive
or ride perfeetly sate.
TVKSIDBNOK-Nos. S6 and SS Market at.i
XV in g od repair: lot Klxt. Apply to
an.v.a.anne.Lti. t v-v'tnosoy ai.
biaoaoards, iounso, eta.
AM liij. BBATTIB A CO..
. Nn SKt Main street.
tHAMBam'ri FOLDlNU MAljlllNbV But
i, and ia good condition. Ap
. ArrsAii uiiiuii
TBI lewe and fixtures of the St. El bo
Hotel, Me-idian, Mies, Twenty-five
Mnnnd ahi Mnmi. wiinin tureo minutes
walk of the Union Depot) large aamplo
room oa (he street neit door) npw doing a
good buaiwose sad poouiar. Can be bad at a
. bargain if appl.ad for within the aext thirty
days. Apply te Charles Jtimire, ropriewr,
OLD MATERIAL In the storehouses and
Senate Building, occupied by B. Low
eastein A Broa.'i must be removed at onoe.
TIAT OOTTAOli-Of six rooms, and lot
j-'v zunxM, M Dean avenne. inquire on
' H BAP tine scond band RuCKtWAY
nearly rood is new, at int tint-n st
g ,aunn -ri4i,T runio eor sale y
K J W. R. LARKIN. T..rlnvllle. Ala.
rML. rt.U LVVfllXln tw.. rn.i f-1 , u
il OODLA WN Sf iCK FAR M- tnthaitud
u uu t o . 'Ki n. r rt u.i- in'oiiiuu
,U...k.. I I, ti . -
uiin riii'iuu.ui'ini CVUUI11HK uurio; irq
One Trottin Ilcre; fen, $10. OneJer
n,. un, iiwiin. in r.pi ten, eiu. vne.ier-
y Hull; fee, tl.M Koa Sals 30 llirrot,
( : i n..m.M i r- v. . .1 I) .. i i . . i i) .
. i.ni.n . u wp, aj iiupu iiuituior vi lli., irr
eorki and Neafou-dland l'ups. Horses on
pastare, P per month : Texas hones, 10c nor
.1 . . I T.ietriflJ UII u m i., urn
u BCRRAT ex. RIDGKLT, )
this season's importa
in tb!i market. Tlie
designs, finest textures
&K RK WAKD-Forimallskye terrier dog,
Sj(J light blue hair ooverirg -aee and eres.
v i a I' lie KIMI.K tT.
NTRAYLD OK SlOt.E.N.
V Red cow, wit'., whit npot In fane, white
t.ut oa each flank. Will pay a liberal ro
ws ", n nor re-urn to eorner of BtvenlB
ana u v.... vinii.
At.lEb UNION STKBKT.
OOM And board, if a sing'e man. in a
lewisi iamny.Aa. t. u., iais onice.
TUB LADIES To kow te- Clln
their Dreppes made stylishly and reason
ably at 2'rO Boa 1 street.
POSITION A you on single man would
like position general assistmt in rf-
llce. store or manuf ictorv. bill dork, onlleo-
tor, etc. will work cheap, J. P., this ollice.
EACHKR-A lady toacher is wanted to
te ioh in lower branches tw little irirla.
A small salary, pleasant borne and surround
Ings are o"e-ed. For particulars wrte to
Dr. C. J. ING KRSOLL, Sbeyland P. 0.. le
AGENT3-For a set (4) New CHRISTMAS
Books sellir.g from lOo to S3. A new
agent sold 48 the first week, earning $28: an
other 69. From 1100 to V00 can be made be
fore Christmas by any one who oan give a
few hours' time raoh day. Address CA8
HKLL A CO. (Limited), 40 Dearborn street.
YOUNG MBS-For shoe and clothing
salrsmen : only such as have experience
ia busiuMS and god reference I'd 'I at 77
Beale street. P. FKlliDLANpER.
POSITION By a young lady as asslitaat
book-keeper) retarnoes exchanted.
Address J. L., Appeal nfh-e.
LADY CANVASSER For General Lee'a
Memoirs; cne well acquain'ed in tbs
city. Apply at Agency, 19 West Court st.
By a gentleman and wife, two unfurnished
rooms for ligbthousekeep'nir. P. Appeal.
SITUATION Bra man of 17 years' expe
rience as buyer and oiasser with some
often buvcr ortaotori first olnssref rentes.
Address COTTON, th ia office.
WOMAN To do housework, wash and
iron, at 28 Vance street.
f 00 1 COOK-Mau preferred-
IT A in.: u a In ......
CIOOK-Oood first-class oook at 299 Sec
) ond street ' p-ataira.
AGKTS-Tosoll MoCLELLAN'S OWN
STORY." lett in luanuscrint at hi
death, and now published in inte eit of his
ldow. A msste'ly acoount of his great
campaign. Inside h a ory of the conduoioi
the war by the authorities at Washington.
The moat brilliant and deeply interesting
book relating to the war which has yetap
paarea. a Donante lor agents, f or terms
and territory aJdress U B. BEACH. No. U!6
Washinston street, Chicago, J 1.
ROOM Nicely furnished!, with or witheut
board, centralli located. For interview.
address, care this paper, RESPECTABLE.
LACKSUITH-First olass one wanted at
oo main street.
At Nob and 10 Adams street.
LjOARD By gentleman and wife In prf
O vate family, eonveniont ta ear line:
must bo flrst-elaia, a"d terms moderate.
Address X. Y. Z., this office.
TVyfR. m,JPAINTER-To call at thoM.
and T. R.R. Car ' hope.
Kf TEAMS AND TEAMS1ERS To work
UU on levee at Austin. Mlaa. Will nai St
per day, or hire by the cublo yard. 100 goo
aaaus aiso wanted) will pay si. 50 per day.
Auolv at F. A. Jones A Co. 'a atahla. SI Mon
roe street, or oa the work, at Austin, Miss.
r. A. JONBS a CO
ROOMS Two or three as furnished rooms
by two aersons. Aualv at Hohillina'a
uoaroingaonse, dros street
GKNlb-la every town to sell Pianos
t-anoyrtana. nuuuh. a cu., Memphis.
jiVKHXBOUY-To call and see theoalo
Jll hrated Or psy Clairvoyant, at 177 Third
street, near roptar.
QlTUATIOH Aa porter or hou
KJ give city references. fO KT
OUNG MAN-Experienoed in Job Prist
lnr. No. It West Court Street.
SALESMEN la every State In the U ion
to represent a PAINT MANUFACTUR
ING ESTABLISHMENT haying severel
SrsoiALTias that are popular and eaay sell
ing. Can be handled alone or in connection
wun otner goods. Address TUB WM. B
FRIOF MANIIFH. CO.. BALTIMORF,. MP
HAMBERM AID With good reference,
w 1JQ tniMiiBuu iriysjT..
AY BOARDERS Or wiihontrooms,
At vt Kast Court street.
TAMPING AND EM BR0IDERING To
order la Deal styles at
0QMS Well fnrnished rooms, No." HI
0SlTION-By a lady as mna'c teacher, or
1 liij tr ... . i
hq Wavcii younrounurtjn adviiiq DTaVDOOM
Salary expeoUci moderaU. Good home
irgd. AddrcM 'Tacber,M Colambni, Mi.
1. . . . H .u . i.bvm w,v. u. w.. W IW
t i V. I. I ..... I ; t . I .
A V Aa l.,.lll..nl A.n...
rifut parv7 owiur yvstiion. noiereDoee
exnnauavu. ninniv.u ui.uuiHiann nuuse
in parciay pi., ct. i
1 ((( LBS. FKATHKRS UUhest cash
LJy lJ pnoe paid by GABAY. Memphis.
rrtVERvnoDY to know Th.t i wii
Hi FILL TEETH WITH GOLD for the
next thirty Says for 11 60.
Z43 main sreei
OLD GOLD A SILVER For cash or es
etianre MITT.FOHD. ,tw av. t"4 Male
We woaU call the altosailoB riha
gaaillenieiai r SSonaphle t Ibo fact
IssaS t have at well asjcl ekeieeae
leeSeal stock atf Woralrda and raal.
tnorea, rresn wbtrh we xasake Pan la
tm arctea ait rtmarhahlv
At lb urns lima we Bsiaraailea iha
t awd warkanasiablp le ba aa a;exd
aa lb brat lallnr In ih .ttw. wiasr
yn i per real, to S3 per ajeat. tllve
A. IIEXTISt Httff.
Ho.SU Main afreet
Free Races for One Week.
Everybody on fho rnn for 8. A.God
shaw's, Ft No. 2H8 Main street, at
wNi h plare, fnr the n xt wnfk, b
wi ltftll everyibini st co t. Tr.is '
Vutir chpricA to aprnrn n dp at hama7.
in diHiii' rids, wtcres aud jew-liy.
He alau dueit a fl b c1b l pnbt siness,
and aryon in nt d( f mney f ,ra few
diys will do well to call oa Lim.
MEN K EX k COM FAST.
TOMORUOW we will give the
entire comniuuity a tare oppor
tunity to furnish and
DECORATE THE HOME
At very little cost.
Taria and Vienna Bronzes nd
Fiench Clocks on Exhibition
Xomcrrow in ti e China
and Art Department.
We wil' b"gin this list by quot
ing a few Sugar Plums in
It is an acknowledged fact', ac
knowledged most forcibly by an
immence increase in our business,
i hat ours ia esfentially and em
phatically Tbe IToase for Carpets.
We have rr.oie of thenl than
under any other one roof, and by
all odds tbe mott spacioue and best
liuted eolesioom in theronntry.
85c will buy R sbury and Smith's
Best Tapestry Brussels.
40c will buy extra heavy two
ply Smyrna Carpo'a.
15c will buy Bra s Trimmed Cor-
.ice Poles, with all Curtains.
50c will buy the regular 75c Tap
estry Brussels Carpet.
ti will bay large handsome Smyrna
$1 50 will buy a large B.usajls
50 niece s Lowell and Bigelo w Body
Brursels at prices lower than
ever before offered.
$3 75 will buy a pair of $7 50 Por
ters. Look at our
Rockers aid Easy Chairs.
500 yards Red Table Damask at
35c a yard, worth 50c.
500 yards Bleached All Linen Ta
ble Drimatk at 50c.
100 Checked Linen Napkins at 5c
250 White and Colored Ccunter-
Dsne a at St each, worth II 50.
100 ext a siz4 Marseilles Contiter-
naof s at SI 50 each. worth S3 50.
6000 yards 2 yards wide Bleached
Sheeting at 10c.
10 casts yaid wide Bleached Do
mestic, neavy rouna inreaa
BDd nt'rely nndrf ssed.
150 pieces, 2J yards wide, Bleached
Tlcoar.t varlct.v nf Pr.anil Cr.vfirii.
Table Ooveis, Piano Coveis, Table
Ri-prfo. Pinnn Knarfa and l.amlire-
qnins; a.'sn, Stamped Scarfs and
Tidies for Embroidering.
49s will buy (tomorrow) Ham
mered Brr ss Trays, large. . Cheap
enough for double the money.
$1 75 w ill buy Painted Salad Eels,
13 pieces, woith $1 60.
We are now daily receiving new
Table Ware, Dinner and Tea b'e's,
Glassware and all useful end orna
mental articles for table and side
board. 1 WORD ABOUT GL0TE8.
An effort has been inade to dis
card the wearing of Gloves at
evening entertainments in some
fashionable) quarters North, but
the effort failed signally, and it is
now conceded that not only ladies,
but gentlemen also,
Must Be Well Gloved
not only at parties, bat whenever
in public, we are now showing
tbe most complete and elegant
variety of Suede and DretS'd Kid
Olovea ever dieplayed in this city.
We have them in all lengths and
We are Sole Aeenta in Memphis
for Ihe sale of Foster's Genuine
French Kid Gloves, with tbe im-
Jiroved fastening. There are many
mitatione, bat none are genuine
without the stamp inside ot Glove
in fao simile ol signature, tuns:
VniU.. fViat aavATal riotlHPB in.
Memphis ad vertieen iostpr suioves
we wrote foster, raui a w, wuu
mennf jctnr them, and who made
an i ereement with as to sell the
D, . . i a- .1 v.n..
uenuine uiova va uu umoi nw
n .v,l. it Fmter Pa ill A On.
...i:J luttav nn avhihitlnn at
inVliW V 1 -v " 1
Glove Counter) that "they had not
sold a single pair of the Best Fos
ter Glove since agreement with us
to any bouse in Memphis, and did
not intend to do so. weirave
Ihe teat to the public, who, as a
1. Mnh mrrert ranrlnainnn.
Thrt you can get no Genuine Fos
ter Kid Glove (stsmped ss proof of
M.iln.t rntfliiln onr honsn in
Momphis is beyond a doubt, eUe
contract, agreements, wans maris
and tru h are of no avail. That
thure sre imitations, frsuls and
wars of doduiDg iEBues is beyond a
MENKEN A COUP ANT.
MENKES A COMPANY.
GRAND CLOAK SALE!
Tomoirow we begin our
Annual Cloak Sale.
Over $50,000 worth of Lsdies'
and Childrena Wraps, a'l cf the
lattat style and all a' prices tint
every lady can recegniss aa being
much under va'ue. Those who
desire to buy a Cloak for the win
ter (cold weather is certain to come,
and being slow in coming, Is likely
to last longer) shi uld avail tbem
eelves of this stupendous sale.
Read Every Item.
Eauh Garmet't mentioned is a
perfett gtn, and U' u illy sells for
50 per cent, more than our prices.
At 17 50, Melton and Boucle
flwmarkets, cheap at f 10.
At $6 75. Beautiful Astracuan
Stort Wraps, jaumy ami elegant
lor yourg lauies, wcrtu jiu.
At $13 0. PlnshPhoit Wraps.
long tabs in front, far triuimul,
would be good value lor J-'U.
If. 0 Vitra TinncU RnoKan
e" i . ' "
V'aamBilrnli Aatraflian frimmaH
Anilvolv now bharip. Wa ohallpnoA
" . 1
any regular $15 garment to surpass
AH5, Splendid Stylish Astrachan
London Walking jacxeis, wen
. , . . ,t . . T i :
M.,1aa h?airap anil Aatrarrian
irimmod, made of all woil Beaver
Cioth and Berlin Twi l. Unusually
. i ,
good value, and woaiu not db too
high at $20.
At 122 50. Seal Pluih Long
Sacques, Qailted Hatin L-ning, ele
gant new Bhape. Splendid value.
At $0 50. Tailor-made Walking
Jackets, made ot gooa Asttacnan,
handsome large canoes, worm
At $25. Imported Piush Wraps,
fox i rimmed, long tabs, regular $06
At $10 50. Maan'ticfat Braided
all wool Cli th Newmarkets, beau
tiful ehape, nnequaled for leas
At. t'X In Imported Rhoit
and Lopb Wrans. Denied and lur
trimmtd, made of l'lnsh and
Frisss, each garment a work oi art.
K i Hiinlioa'nH. Usual nrice for the
$05 Wiap is $100. Ail other fine
Wraps in proportion.
innrt Minsna' anrl fllii'ilrcn'fl Cloth
and Fancy Wraps, from 8 to 10
years, beginning at . ou eacn.
Wa will make this week memo-
orable in the minds ot
for all time by Unprecedented
Tomorrow also we offer some
undoubted bargains in tbe better
Silks and Dress Goods.
rtnr RO MarSlfilfd Plnah la not
equaled in Memphis for less than
Onr SI 50 "Faille Franealse." all
Silk, ia worth $2.
Onr 3 7J4. Hilt Tire as Velvet, in
all new colors, cannot bs surpassed
lor so a yara.
fiiir S22 fifl flnmVilnatinn Patterns
of Silk or Satin and Novelty Plash
win surprise yo.
Additional Paris Plash Novelty
goods for street and party wear
will be exniDited tomonow.
Wa are sellini a sood Bilk Vel
vet in all colors for $1 25, just the
thing for trimming and millinery.
PARIS DRESS K0TELTIE9
Fine Wool Dress Goods.
600 pieces Fancy and Plain Wool
Mixed Dresi Goods at iz,c,
S50 pieces All-Wool Doable Width
Cloth for Tailor Dresses st 60s.
1C0 nieces Mottled All-Wool Alsa
tian Boucle Double widtn at
250 nieces All-Wool Tricot, 38 in.
wide, everv new snaaa. a
... , , .
500 E'egant Combination Patterns
at $7 50 upward.
We have a large and elegant se
lection at popular prices ot
Snpcrb Black Goods
MENKEN & COMPANY.
Closks, Jarkets, Victoria, Jer
sejg, etc., which comprise the up
per tore from Paris, London and
New York, at prices simply over
whel singly attractive, and which
we invite the attention of every
lady who appreciates incontestable
1 lot of Berlin Walking Jackets at
1 lot of French Aetrachan Bonton
Jackets at $5.
1 lot of Jacket", richly trimmed, ex
treme taste, at $12 50.
1 lot double bieasttd "a la Fran
cciso" Wraps, ornamented and
uncommon, at $10.
1 lot of psrfectly elesant Seal Plueh
Wrais, ornamonted in keeping,
We calVtspt cial attention to our
a la m&Jo a'Fortuinnt of foreiun
Wraps at $20, $25. $30 and $45,
which will undoubtedly sell on
Wo pcBitively guarantee to eave
you one-tliitd on Chi dreu's ami
Misfee,' Wreps, at every price, tioui
$1 75 to $12 50.
This department Is ,ta.,cbkM;
loaatd with ss di-K table Sk..
ever fcuad its way to Momphis.
We can only enumerat9 a fow
90 pieces 42 inch real French Tricot
in new e hades, at tiOc per yd.
00 pieces ladies' Cloth St rger, beau
tiful fabtics, at 4Uc.
35 pieces Scotch Camel's Huir Suit
inns at 4t)c.
50 pieces Englith Armures, at 25o
200 let oa Colored Dress (iooda, as
sorted mixture, ranging in price
from 12c, 15c, 2Uc aud 22c.
You cannot match the peerless
values we are otloring in Drojs
No lady can afford to buy else
where w.thcut first looking at
Black ami Mourning Goods
Are crowded out ot litis issae for
want of space.
Just Opened. '
i! nirrng cf raw and fneev
wtavra Black (iuoda that are the
banduemcst ever shown. Come
and see tbe bargains o tiered in
Retin, Armuvis, Drap tie Alma
Fergcs, Wa ee, Catuel's Hair, Silk
Warp, lltntl'jiuts anu ranry
Wraop. Fipnr.h Clotti. beeidesthe
largine in our Krynl btnndard
Ttlai k Caehmeres. at 35c. 45c. 50c
and 65c, in all wool.
Pure and Simple ;Espec'a!ly Values,
We can chow yon rare and love
ly trimmings that sre all the rage
in Kew York, and in many lines
there are goods that cannot be
found elsewhere iu Memphis.
Below we cite a few of tbe thous
and things which an examination
will prove .
BARGAINS! BARGAINS 1
Kid Gloves. -
Buttonsi Buttons. '
Ws are headquarters for all
kinds of Zephyrs, Saxony and Ger
man town Yarns.
1 lot of Ebony Cornice Poles, brass
trimmed, at 36o.
Bargains in Lace Curtains.
How oan yon beat them whea
were the largest buyers that attend
d the crest anction sale of Gents',
Ladles' and umidrens' underwear
in New York three weeks sgoT
The entire purchase will be on
sale this week. Do not bay under
wear before seeing
Lineal and Horue FarniBaings.
As in other departments, this
stock is mammotn.
40 nieces pare Turkey Red Da
mtsk. do incnes wine, aitzc
. . "la . in. .
never before offered for less
1 lot ol extra large sd bordered
2 rases heavy Twilled Crash at 5c
Blankets and Flannels.
Jast received, ten rases of Blank
ets and Fiannets, superior quality
from the great forced tale of a Boa'
Ttier are beaatifal goods and
well worthy ol your Inspection.
Tailor and Importer.
WT rAI.t, rrOtTK It now complete. Tbe Largest, Cboteeat and
Most Varied I have ever offered la Memphis, consisting of all Us
NotKLIIKI I SI IIINf.N, tiOIISI'KUS N ILd
tiik i.trnr, nt'LKi, ovi-.hvoatim.si ainn sraajcsr
raNTlLflOS In gTeal variety, all of the LtTKtr nicaiUNS,
Introduced by the trailing lmiortere of Kngland, France and Ger
many. 1 wtak to aaake Sl8! I At, miCMTION to my customer and
the publlo to call and tuapaot mj UAtiNlSlt'ENT S lOC'ta at mr
Cor. Sicond and Jsffirsoa
K AHX A FREIRERCa,
Corner Main and Popltr.
Closks, Cloaks, Cloaks, Cloaks and
Wraps For mieate and children
from i2 to$). Closks lor la
dies from $1 to $75. Do you
want a Cloak snch as you wott'd
pay $10, we will tell f.ir $5; a
Glottk woith $2J we will sell for
$10? Be Bure to call on K. A F.
btfore you buy. We will sell
you nit e Dren Goods (r 12Jc
per vaul ; Hlai k Castiinf re woith
7;"cfor60 Ointl'ft Hair goods,
all wnol, nearly 2 yards wiile,
EOc. Brvwn Caint'l'aUair Ciuth,
single width, 353 pur yard.
Nhe giny Fur lor tiimming40c
and 50c, wo th $1 nr JS'd.
B'ankets B ouko'.a r-lightly
eoilfd, very cheap.
Shoes IShooj Shot s' Do jou
want flue tain plo IShois? Cll nn
K. A F., as we ag-.in rocoivtd 6000
Drntnmetb' Samples which will te
so'd from$l up to$3toirak$ room
Clothing for boys at, hii'f price,
Su.ta from $2X0 to $1 60. Clo.h
ing for mnu et hall prico from un
derwriter's hVis. Overcoa s at
- Bong. Look at onr tine Under-
Don't buy beli e you call
wear. , J J
KAIIN .V 1 UKlhUKJ,
Corner Mailt and Poplar,
A lot ot the prettiest ever hi ought
to Memphis ccn be found at Oohen'j,
No. 219 Main street.
t'otlomfSleinrlla att IlaberH'a.
I. HOEDISMITH tt BROS,
848 Main SI.
Novelties in our Drews Goods De
partment will bo shown this
wet k st
Trices Lower Than Elsewhere.
CLOAKS. WRAPS. CLOAKS.
100 Newmarkets at $:, $5 and $7 50.
50 Short Jackets from $3 60 to $7,
Large assortment rt "Boucle" Jer
seys in all colors.
Thin week r "Trill put on pale Nov
el! is, Embroidered Felt Lam
brequins, Table Covers, Table
Hcaiftf, Tidies and Mats.
BLANKETS AND COMFORTS.
Largest vaiiety in all grade.
1G0 pa'rlaran white double Blan
kets at $1 S5 a pair.
200 Comforts in all qualities from
Gents' Ladies' and Children's Me
rino Underwear Great variety
in white, red and colored at
prices lower than tlsewiWe,
100 dt ?n Ladles' Merino Vests at
40c apiece, worth 76a.
Don't fail to give ns a call this week.
The manarsra of the Women's Ex
change have reopened tbtir lunch
rooms in tnoir new ooarters, no. sua
Second street, where Innobee will be
served re golarly from 12 to S o'clock
p.m. ' '
fOettasi Stoaielle at IlaberUaia'n.
r. n. w. aoDtrrt,
308 MAIN STREbTT,
big-solid' m ,,
BARGAINS await von in everv
department ol our .growing bn'ti'
ness. Your special attention add
most careful scrotiny it invited.
Rfhins only on eloee and iudl-,
clone buying, we expect to mei)t
vour patronage and gain your coa
fldence. " '
Drets Goods. ,:l '"
We offer a doable width Wool
Filled Dress goods for 12)c Black
and Colored Drews goodslOe, worth
15c. 30-lncn Dress goods at isc,
worth 30o. Something entirely
atw in Boaele Cloth worth 46c,
marked only 25a At 36t 10 pieces
to choose Irom, all wool ore's
goods wrrth 60c Oar drees goods
are considered by all to be unusual
good value.and trimming to match.
Are one ol our hobbies, and never
bss there been ateafon when saeb
material and trimmings have
bean offered lor tbe money, we
are satisfied with a very close mar
gio,.ard our selling price le really
what tney are worm at wnoiecwe.
Justin. New effects', best goods,
nnlr 60c. worm 7oo. Aider isewo,
42 Inches wide.
Bed ComJbrts. ,
Patteen Comfoits for $3 75, worth,
folly $3 75. Large and good Com
forts lot $l,ihea at $16tX
Our white Blanket at $4 Et) Is de
rl.U.llv the bayuain ol the season.
If you want a good giay Blsnkft
try our J w onr, ana yon wiif say
it is wonn o. (
We are soiling Flannels, Cotton
Fl.nnela. Tickinir. WlCe Hbef tlrgs.
Calico, Linens, etc., at our wondor-
lul low p ICtS.
R. II. W. GODWIN,
303 Main 8treet,
Oppuslte Gayoso Hotel.
, ColtonNtCBClle at Uisbtrellut'a,
00M8-I'leaant rooms, furnished if
i desireil, with references, at all) Main.
OOM-Nioely furnished, with or w thout
- Diiaru, wuo private lamuy; sattaoie ror
two gentlemen, or gentleman and wife;
terms reasonable. At H Union street.
RO0MS-Two. nicely furo'ehed; suitable
for gentlemen ; Ave minutoa' walk front
CoujtHquare. AJilre-s X. Y.
TY RKSIUKNCK-No. 400 Poplar street
J.T1. to aoml tenant, w. A. COL.
1.. I). EATON. 12 Madison st
V At It Union street.
ti-tOR 1V-A vliiahlo plantation in the
Jj Mississippi river bottom; Mil acres in
cultivation, with good houses aad fences,
steam gin. a fi no or.-bnr.l, etc Vt e also oiler
lor sale .It) mule porn, hay, ttots, wagons,
and h"uae and kitft.en furniture, on oretlit
of twelve inunllie, with security or personal
pri porty. Tt-OS. 11. ALLlN A CiJ
hiSlDENCK -V2 Alabama street. Apply
to K. S. HAMMOND, Custom tiiupo.
t?00Md- Furoisbed orunt'nrni.hed,
V At No. 17 Hi. ling trtot.
CtOTTAUB-Three rroins, on F.lmwood
street cnrlino. I) oar south ato Klmwnod.
Apply at 3 Union st. J OS I.KNOW.
NEAT BRICK COT "AO R With IS rooms,
good ol'torn, No. 71 Poototon. Apply at
No. M VON'IOTOUbf.
llil ami H.l Rnbofoo street.
HOUHK-No. 213 Lauilerd .le street - .
with nine roouu ami lar "..j" "
Miss Higcco's school, M ( uVu'l'tCN,
' pU Main street.
DOll 111. K CofrTiffln Vi-g!u!l
rue, rlvo minutes' walk to street cant
new, cheap ami convenient. Call st ICO Hoy
burn fur particulars. Mrs. R. L. WRItlllf.
rt'iCK First Boor-
U J?!U6HKU ItHOMS-With eoerd. "gt
P tt'tleol pecu Mn r exjvM .'n ce ." 121 Cou ft .
A EI.Ki?ANTiHiO.MS-At M Markatatraat!
t slnnln ,n pn suits, furr i!odor unlur
nished, toed af.ytei , and near btnlneaa,
LluTTAiJE-bevnn rtiiuiis, on Wa ker ave
t n tie. on KlinwiKnl trnct car Una Anolv
at SHU ni.n street. JOS. LNNe'tt.
PLEASANT furnished room for eantlo-
n cn ; 111 War lit lis ton ; reforr nca required
OTOll K-HOflM--Oii" Arin str. et, dV ellTug
O hourc on Court rtrcet.arii several vacant
lots. Apply to It. II H.NOWDKN or J. J..
UOtlDLOK, : Mwibwitt street.
fcV0KkllOI; Four story and tiasiiuicaV
) sturehonie. Nn. ,r4 Ftont stsent.
M ALLflltY, 0RA FOH1) A CO.
KoMlS- Well lurnisliod rooms, No. Ill
ClO'f Tu N "tli F III K-Apuly to K. M. Apixr-
son A Co., No. 3l'4 Frontstroet.
HOUNE-2J(l Washington S'.t 7 roama and
hatkroorn. Apply at l!tt Poplar St.
D No. IM Main Stroot.
No. 1W Main Street.
;io. 207 Main Street.
... A MKH LKK, J a., 4 Madison 8t.
K00M8 Two furnished or otifurniuhed
rooms at 40 Madison street.
IjLEOANT newly lurni.Sed rooms, bath
Itj rnnm.ete. fnonlre at lift flnurt streeti
GER HER eft METTE.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY.
25 pipers Bison Cloth, double
will h, t'5oonly, worlh 40c
60 pieces Stboitopol Cords, 38
insh, at 30c.
50 Combination Suits, $5 and up
wards. 75 pieces Black Cashmere, 35u to
$1, a decided bargain.
100 piece's Fancy Dress Goods,
i2jo to $1 26, much below price.
60 pairs 11-4 California Blankets,
50 pahs 12-4 California Blankets,
10-4 White Blankets, $1 50 to $4.
Quilts-Qailtt From $1 to $4,
Lidles' Uodrwear, ..... ; , .
Having made tbia department a
BpoiiiiiiT wain idiwv.i UWU-
leg anything in that line will study
their own interest by giving us a
Gents' Cardigan Jackets $2 to $8.
T -.1: i --J if! i m v.- '
uiuieB sun jiiineuw vitn.p, .
Lad4es' Short Wraps and Jackets.
For low prices and honest good
call at ..
GERBElt eft: METTE.
807 Main Street,
TTtruirif inurv Indncsmanta ia
TTanrv anri Rtanla I)rr Goods at L.
Bauer's, oppoai e Market, No. ItSi
nil 11A Reals atiAftt.
75 piooes Brceade Dress Goods 5c,
100 plecei Poplin Lustre 9e, worth
75 pieces Wool Brocade 12 ,c, worth
50 pieces Double Wid.h Casbatere
ih,c, wortn xoc.
50 pltoes Doable width Wool Bro
cade 250, wortn 300.
74 pieces ext-a fine Osshmere (all
shades) 37 K worth 60c.
25 pieces ex ra floe Cashmere (all
wool, all shades; toe, wortn soc.
15 pieces 40-inch Cashmere (all
wool) 60', worn, 90c..
75 pieces Bi.k Velvets 85t, worth
100 p ecet Velveteens, all shades,
Soc. worm oup.
Genu' Red Flannel Suit at $1,
worth $2 60. , .,
Gems' plain and stuped Camels
II.it 8uita$2, wortn $3 50.
GeLt'a!lwtolt5uis$l 76, worth
Plaited b'ck Jerseys, all wool,
09c, worth$l 60, B'ack Jerseys 49a,
worth 75c. 1 case 4 4 si lt finish
Djmtstio 7', wirth 10c. 10-4
hi. a, bnJ ami hr wn Sbeetint 15c.
worth 26o. 76 Bh ioli'er Shawls,
10j, wo th 25c. I omfoitifronT5c
nn wi lt . R a kots Irom tli no.
H 0 dot mi Misses Riobtd Hcee at
10c, worth 20t
Ilnnitsn Hair Goods.
Alawq ia ti'yon I a', and orders
pn rnply everued at Lasigne'r, in
,he Oiltl Fellows' BnilJinr.
All the pre'.ty s yles in Hats and.