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THE MEMPHIS APPEALt SUNDAY, JUNE 2; 1889.
A RIDE TO RICHMOND.
VIKW8 . ALONG THB WAT TO VIR
. GIN I A.1 3 CAPITAL. .
Climpsos of Kentucky in Passing- En
thuataalio Expression of an Admirer
Alive to the Beauty of tha Region and
JVinvpondfuce ol Tlie Appeal.
IIuiimonh, Va., May 29. A trip Wilier
iy way of tlio Chesapeake & Ohio Rail
road presents nn nrray of attractive feat
ures that appeal to Ihe imagination w ith
thrilling cloquoueo. What memories were
awakened as we patted the famous Hawk's
Nest, Gnulcy ilridne, Kanawha Fulls and
Lovers' Leap, with thoir I.iiry legends em
balmed in tho realms of story and Bonn,
and the, points of historic interest which
are to be found along this great highway
of luxury, combine to mako it a routo in
which tho tourist delights. Two days'
gtay in Ixmisvillo, the city of churches and
beautiful liomes, was very pleasant und
mado noto bo by contact with ft genial
population which holds in ruvored icmcin
bruuea tho refinement, courteous hospital
ity nnd chivalrous Kcutiment of tht past.
Leaching Frankfort wo enter tho lit n t of
fair women and fast horses, the famous
blue crass of Kentucky, nnd keenly wo
feel our fee Menem to describe Its enchant
ment its beauty, its glory, its magnifi
cence. Sweeping along tliroult tho rich
fields of scenic bounty wo look out uion a
famous Inland city, historic Lxington.
sitting queen Uon her emerald throne and
Uplifting us a Bccpler toward tho azure
doino the towering image of iter immortal
Clay. In many lands I bavo marked thu
liiarhlc ruiscd to heroes nnd cages, but not
one ever so thrilled mo with its si uiplo
giuiiduur us docs
THIS THIIini! OK KENTITKY
to her peerless sou. Clear cut against tho
iky, aloft ho stands with bared head and
outstretched arm as though still gunrdiug
t ho ulory nnd invoking thu blessing of
heaven utKiu his nativu laud, ltoru ol
Virginia, cherished of Kentucky, en of
our country we saiute thoei lcavum Hun
tijjgton mid whirling along through a fairy
laud of wondrous brainy, sweetly thu
green glades, romantic glens with blue
lobed mountain and shaded dell, lead tho
eye out into an cndlcs vislu of scenes en
chanting enough Id soulhu into pleasing
fnncy the Icusioncd chords ol jinnuinalioii
Who cull find Ihuiiiiht lo convey ovell to
low ow n soul tho glorious beauty, Iho en
trancing loveliness and wild delight of tho
varied mid vivid scenes thai burst upon
our fascinated vision nnd remit lo pursue
us in untiring tide, us so rush around Iho
fraceful curves of thn famous New I liver
lathing in silver spray its coiiiiiIcks isle.i
lis luwiug, laughing water lying like an
emerald scmii between iis forest-crowned,
rskgiidlcd barriers. Mopping for break
fast AT KAX.IWIIA KM. IX,
wo cast our eyes toward tho opulent Ori
cut und we are treated to a Heeno which
MirpasM-s in grandeur nnd gorgeousim of
Its coloring the richest creations of An
gclo, ns wo behold the morning sun rest
ing hko a crown of glory on the blue
rolicd i rest of thu mountain nud casting
in gleaming splendor n golden, brilliant
sheen upon the sully breast of Ibe waters,
Imw lueiiiiu into glory tho morning lu st,
which, blushing with maiden beuuty at
bis insjcstic kiss, has vanished, or shed
ding a thousand sp.ii kling gleams ol glow
tiig sunlight into roiu.iiiiic ulcus and d 'Us.
'1 1 io Ili-ei in g lug miutiivs us iii;iy mantle
with tho llecksnl piA and rniiinon, tlcnd-
'i In brilliant dyes with tlio II I of
nl sunbeams that glillcr on (ho placid
Ha of tho river like great in'd.'iiliii4
1 1 y'"' rim wooded slop.-s Ii -m.Io
too river echo tho gay laughter, und tho
sweet lulluhy ol tho rails imiiici Hutting
up front the water, ndding another loiicli
to the eenlimciil of the scene, and lending
a joyous melody to thu rospleiiduiil puuu
rains. Here amid
KRAI MS or RlrTMNU SIKH IMS,
afy nooks and sylvan retreats wo dream
ol loveliness, peace, snd oeronity ol thn
soul. K) weird in Its ulheruil hcuiity, this
Sylvan solitude, m -thinks to Und thu
siiortius elves and hold our breath located
the buglo nolo "so thin, so clesr,"
And "timr Hi--.nrfl-IM rvil)hi,
Answrr rebors, I') in. U Inn. J) in '
Tli us musing tho liinu Mils on, snj sud
denly, on tho stilluuM, falls tho shrill
whistle ol tho engine, snd lor ward ou Hy
ing wheels, wo ghdu through the shadow
and sheen, catching glnnis- of iho
mersld si ream sweeping between rock
culled eaks and holding within IU en
chanting limits soma ol the fairest of
rsnliW visions. Ascending tho bcauliliil
lUuo Itidge, luoiinlains skyward ris.i
beloro ns. hills mount on hills, and
Circling ridges hegiil the hunm, s-eniing
to precludo the ir.dilily ol turther ad
vsnce; but still the liery courser moves
on, drawing slier him his graeedil Irani,
ilka tho involution ol soma colossal ser
pent, speeding like a brer re over the so
llisnliiio bed and swinging Iho curves
with the ease of a bird on wing; now
winding through tho ilurkncse ol some
yawning tunnel, llicu emerging ngsiu into
tlio hglit of day and punuug in somo
steep ascent, I lie pnnorsuia, meanwhile,
Ver changing hko Iho shilling hgures ol
A III OS K I 1 IMSMV)I'
Hiillt nt length wo tin I ourselves Inndc I at
It s famous White htilphur, tho center of
a set nery too gorgioiis lor ail) but Iho
titled h i. At svuesli iro wo enter the
ls-aiit.liil valley ol tlio Mien.iiiduili, and
swiftly we are lied under Iho sacred pre
cineU ol Jcltensiii's iiolilet monument,
Iho houiiied I uivenity ol Virginia, wbero
we s'iit a day in revisiting tho "school
tsiy t wo nu'er forgei" and reviving
m U.o luemones and ss-. eialions ol th-so
Iisllowed ground, hiluuted on the do
VuleJ 1 1. it. -.in i tlt. I'nl'i u Jnnies Itivcr,
ichuioiid stands st thu gateway. I Iweeil
tho uplands ol tho I'ledinnnt snd thn low
hinds of tho Tidewater. Thobrei.th iho
moun'uin Inns her brow, the tides ol tho
ocean w usii her leel. tor beauty, lor sa
lubrity, lo. all tho clisrins and a Ivaniagi-s
which cm luiike s homo delichtlul or a
ii sen ol biisiin-as desirable. Kiehioond
stands supremo ihe in-en ol the Ninth,
enthroned upon tho Ireo clad bills and
crow nod w ith tho diadem ol beauty and
AN HISTORICAL SCOT
Slid ono cannot walk the streets or take a
turo about the environs without "stum
bling over recollections." Hers took shape
those Hato papers, tho Virginia Hill ol
lights, and Ihe lirst written nuistitution
the world ever saw. Ilerw eorK Wssli
ingtoo, Jclb rson. Madison, Nelson, Mon
rM, Uie l-ees, llarrlson, I'resiilenls and
the lather of Presidents, siient their time
ami pondeied their problems of stste.
This region is dotted thick with relics Iroin
tho colunial era, and sllords tho best pnv
served landmark ol the beginning of tho
nation. Kvery fisit of land is more directly
associated with :ho settlement ol this con.
tirnent than historlo Plymouth Hock. A
few miles bolow Iticbinoiid is
now owned and occupied by Tt K. Iee,
Jr., the youngest son of (Jen. IC Y. Im,
aud "Whit llouso," coiistittittHi what
was formerly known as the "Washington
rotate," Washington having coino into
osaoasioa of it by utarnag wltb Mrs.
Martha Citstis, Since Richmond was
foundod tho inMt momentous events of tho
Nution have clustered around iU Here,
when civil war, with half-drawn sword,
glowered on tho laud, when common
wealths stooa face to faco with burniHhod
armor, hero was established tho govern
ment of that child of war, tho Confudcrnto
States of America. And here tlio leaders
of the Confederacy bad thoir homos, nnd
Iho Jellerwin Davis mansion nnd Juiiuh V,
lk'iijiimin's house are still objocts of inter
est to tho Northern visitor. Almost within
walk of tho city aro tho battlollulds ol two
of tho bltKidicHt campaigns of modern war
fare, nnd in three diii'crciit campaign tho
guns of thu enemy could bo heard from
tho 'bill tops. Virginia was tho heart of
thn Confederate, nnny and when tho snvill
reinnnnts ol IWs nnny surrendered ut
Appomattox, sho w.w proitrnto. i'.ut
Bgiiiu old Virginia, iho mollier ol Riito.i
und statesmen, stands upriirht in tho vigor
of renewed strength, in tho full power ol
a sovereign M:uo nnd the pridu of a halo
nnd priepprous people
. . - ! I
A Missouri I'liiirmiirlsl.
For years I linvo sold drugs in KahMs
and Mii souri, with n largo cxperieiico in
selling patent medicines, and bear testi
mony to thu remarkable ollicaey ol twill's
Nje'eill". It cured moro peoplo of cotila
giuiis blood poison than any other medi
cine that 1 ever sold, and 1 have sold nil
kinds. Ono man (wha.-o nddresi I will
givo to Ihoso who wish it) bad his hair nil
taken out by contagion Itloo I poison.
Scales canto till over liis) bead, faco and
body. His bor.es finally bocaiuo involved,
nnd ho went from bud to womo under tho
o.ditiury treatment. Tlio mail was cured
sound und well by H. S. H. 1 could name
dozens of tho worst coses who woro cured
of all sorts of blood liHcacs by S. 8. 8. af
ter exhausting all oilier treatment. Ono
gentleman of O.'ce ihi. Mo , who triod all
tho treat men t of Hot springs and other
springs, was dually cured by K H. H, My
brother was cured of cc.eina by taking 8.
H. S. ufter bo had tried all other treat
ment. I will cheerfully gives names and
addresses to any who wish them.
I U lUvinsux, Sherman, Tec.
Treat iso ou Wood and r-kiu itiseuscs
SwiKT Pi'Ecii'ii; Company,
I 'rawer II, Atlanta, On.
ICA1IN & KUEIUEUO,
Oil, 171 ami II Main uli-rrl.
look ut our s'.riped summer Miles at 2."c.
lxiok nt our checked rulk nt ooc, worth
5fs-, nice for iIii'nmi nrvl w raps.
J nil received, u lot of all wool Ch.'lllies,
sliehtl dauuiiied. !-!'. worth .Vie.
ij pieces lino while goods, slightly wet,
Sc, worth 'k'.
UKl.tKX) yards 2, 3 and 4 luetics wide, lc
I'ino black silk laco Flouncing f a
ynril, worth S-.Wl.
l ino black silk laco Flouncing f
l ine black silk dnipery Net f 1. 2 ro
il need from 'S-'.J'i.
Miorl lent'ilis of flno Irish Mncn 30c,
worth (i."c a yard.
All of our best drew fiinghiims 7 Jo.
milllnrrr, millnery, Millinery.
Hats of ctery deseriptiou cheap.
Isik at our lino white Tips at Tie a
bunch, worth ?I..'mI.
Children's line kid button Slippers 50c.
I ji. lii-s' kid opera Mips-rs fs'c,
Iji. lies' best iloiigohi kid button Miiipers
$I. Vl, worth j'.'.r.:.
Men s velvet Mippers 7"e.
Men's lino samplo Mines at half prlc.
Men's hue while laundered Minis.
slightly soiled, iv, worth il..')J.
KAIIN t FntUUfciritf,
il, 171 mmiI 173 Main tim-t.rur. I'uplar.
Ovitof the fe.ntiins at the 1. N. I. pic
nic Tu.-sday w ill be tho voting ol an ele
gant Ijidies (iold iileh (whii h luav I")
seen In Hud's window ) to the most Mipu-
lar Voting hi'ly on Ilia gromMs. 1 lie ciimi
millee in charL'e will see that tho licsl ol
Older will prevail.
Tut. model of tho Layman Safety Car
Coupler will bo on cxhihilion at tho Mer
chants' F.xchangit Monday. A number (
them couplers havo beeu in uso on tho
I.ittlu Kih k A Memphis Ib.sd since Janu
ary and have uiven euiira siitislaelion.
Thisie couplers have also Is-en sulunilted
to a very riifid puhlic test on the hU Louis.
Iron Mountain A Niulhern Kailroud, wbero
It erlormel to thu sal slaction ol nil prea
cut. For liirihcr iiilormatioii ih tsoiis in
terested am rvspcctlully relcrn-d to the
Ucriiilcii.lents, iinister uiechsuiis aud
master car builders ol tlusso roads.
Unarms, Ttss., June I,
J. W Hfl.s Cn, IVl,-n In Willi (Kwliig Ms
llllltrs. Nu. '''. IHVxael ft4nC
liciitlemen -1 am hi receipt of your
elegant improveil u. ui Into hewing
Mar In no, which I was lurlunata enough
to draw ou thn last day ol your recent
I.iiiIimi.Ii ry l.slillut. lo say that I am
pleased with the inacliino but laiutly
rjpr.ss.-s my fis-iings, 1 am delighllully
niptue l. Ihems' lime ruinso sinoothlv,
lightly and with so little noise, it lar sin
passes my csiteciutions. For your oiler
lo thonuibly iiistriicl inn in It uso at my
own convenience and Ireo of churuc, ac
cept my Ihanks. Kesja-ctliilly yours,
Mks, m, I. Im'makikk,
No. H I Court street
Atlr(liny SpilHi, n,
T1.i i.r...l I.,.,. III. Ml,.l t.l.,,..l.M
alter Okteusive llllproveiuelils III hotel Sllii
cotluges, Is now i'1-ou for the reception ol
I ho Alli'irhany Water Is indorsed by Ihe
.Medical Ns ii iy nl Virginia lor Its e uliar
virtue In aiding digestion, touim; thu ac
tion ol the liver and reluovmg bilion-nrss
and liis'iul.i lnm Ihe system. Combined
With tho hesllh-wi nig reputation id It
waters a "Ihe grout ilysepsiA cure," it la
Ihe largest and leading lashmnablc rt sort
in the liiuuntaiii ol irgiiiia.
A gentleman who has recently moved to
this city ami is now pcriimiu ntly lis'ntol
on slreel, ileclarea that Iho only In
diiivment which led him to locate
hero was tho Iset that bu could get deli
cioiis inesls, Inuriisi, vcgelshltsi ami can
gixsls ol rites A Attiea, .No. 41 JcllcroU
Cnrw sol ci'leiiisn's ko ko lulu, tlio best
chewing gum lu the worlil.
Tim follow in rommlttiss will idcisn be
on the grounds at 1 o'el.s k st lUiival I'ark
to see lo the riuiilort ol their Ineuds at the
I. N. L. l'n n ic:
John Itienuen, cbairmsn; Tat Holly,
Thomas Manton. l'alrick Fisher. Cbailcs
John Noontin, rhsirmsn; Tat Csrllo,
I'st (uteris, Owen Keidy, Inward Hsher,
T. J. tirs ham.
Lime, Cement, risstr, llulr, Fewer
310 Front street
Cnsw sol Coleman's ko kotulu, the best
chewing gum in tho world.
fxuooi. aud reword medal al Thayer'.
CIVF.il SOKE VALUABLE M'CGEM
TIOMS TO I'KVEU OIlFrCBLUM.
A DsoEeroilt (ins of Dlseas
lo Cure Them.
i nud How
From tlie Ohio State Journal.
There is probably no class of diseases
whoso mention awakens such terror in tho
human mind ns Fevers, They constitute
Boine of thu most frequent and most dan
gerous nllections to which tho body Is lia
ble As they uro often extromely malig
nant, aro little understood ns far us thoir
origin it concerned, nnd nro most dillicult
to BiirccRsIully trout, Dr. Ihirtmnn was
asked not long since if ho would not, for
tho benefit of tho nlllicted, to whoso res
toration to health nnd happiness be is
nobly devoting all his liiuo nnd energy,
givo public ii Iterance to some of tho ideas
und praelicnl suggestions concerning Fo
yers nnd their euro that his long and pre
eminently successful career in tlio cure of
these dangerous nllections bad com
mended to his reason nnd sound sense.
Though up to his neck in binine-si of tho
most pressing nnd exigent character, bu
excused hiinscll from his roomful of pa
tients long enough to say a few words;
nnd, ns in theso few wcrds nro boiled down
countless experiences with every form find
pi i use of Fever extending over inoro than
thirty years of continuous nnd unusually
cxteuaivo practice, ovnry word is worth iis
weight in gold to nil who will weigh it
carefully and treasure it up in their minds
for future use.
"it is not to bo denied," said tho doctor
"that fuvers uro a dangerous nnd dillicult
elms of diseases. Tho great troiiblo witii
them is that it is often hard and sometimes
iiupossiblo In distinguish thn causes of a
fever from its symptoms, nnd a mistiiko is
oiten fatal in its consequences. Hut what
ever may bo thcexcitiiigcauscof the fever,
it is certain that it produces an irregular
action in tho system of nutrition. This ir
regularity is siieeddy conveyed to thu rest
ol thn system by sympathetic action, nnd
thus it becomes probiblo that the local in
flammations nnd congestions, commonly
attending (overs, uro t'.iu consequence
rather than the camos of tho disordered
condition of tho system, i'.ut bo tho
causes and tho consequences what they
may, there is no doubt whatever in re
gard to the dangerous character ol fevers,
no doulit us to thn dilliculty of
curing them, no doubt that their excit
ing causes hiii very numerous, nnd that
nil ngi s und nil climates arc linhlu lo them.
There uro fevers that carry our precious
babies nwny from us, nnd there uro those
that roll us ol our seed nnd beloved pa
rents. Sometimes they slow ly wnsto nwny
tho body until its emaciation discloses
naught but Iragilo bones bound together
by a burning and ulmost transparent skin;
then iigaiii they coino hko a thief in Iho
nittht, (ind in a twinkling of nu cyo they
have snatched their prey und vanished.
At nil times they nro encmivs for whoio
coining all should ni most vigilantly on
their guard, und for whoso rcpulso nil
should be ever und thoroughly prepared.
'The niiuihcr o( ililfrrenl kindsnf Fevers
is very laii;e, much larger lhau must peo
ple imagine, but the most common are
N-nrlet Fever, Intermittent Fever, nnd
Typhoid Fever. N-arlct l ever is a terrible
disease, aud its mention awakens in tho
minds of lathers nnd mothers snd mem
ories ol tho s u Her i n. -s of Iho children they
so loved, and brings to tho eyes of many
of Ihein Ihe burning lenrs of a griel that
ran uever bo wholly oasuiu;ed. Always
(a ta I In its worl form, nud dangerous
enough in tt -t mildest, Narlu; Fever is a
diHen-st that requires tin) most prompt and
InlolliLi'iit treatment, ami Hint mil v well
give thn p.irelils ol tho nllhclnil children
the greaterl nnxiuty. Intermittent l ever
e known us Alaliirui, Ague, ana I lolls nn a
Fever. Its symptoms aro readily recog
nisable, lis sli.verinus, its burnings and
its sweating', when it comes in tho form
in which us alagea are well ilitliu d, and
ns dull, heavy aches nud pains when it
npH-arsss Ihiinb Aue, can never Ik for-
goileii by thoso wtio luivo oncu sullcroil
I) V il. 'typhoid rover is also a dise.iso
which, Il I unnecessary lo any, is terrible
in the extreme and justly dreaded by nil.
II IS liarUly liecesnary to ilescribo Iho
fever, as its svnip'iuui are well known; -
Ills simply stating a plain truth In
plain t Tins to ravth it no ineihc.no known
among men bill had such universal and
extraordinary success iniMsesoflcvcrofuiiy
snd every kind andol anv aud every degree
,.r .... ....... I'....,. n v.. .. -1 .. . . I j
" .,. . i i, .... wttu , i -,
Ihe record ol the caom it lis cured tan
help being astonished. It is simply mar
velous. And yet itcan l easily explained.
Thu l'o-iu na has merely assisted iiaturo
In restoring tho patient to health, 'i bis Is
the great secret ol the whole busincKS, ns
il is Ihe secret ol all succomi In tho cure ol
levers: (or one of Iho most linnort.iut. if
not tho uiistt important, consideration in
tno treatment ol nil levers la Ihe oi lMirtu
nily that is uiven Nature to do her own re
storing, and Ihe rain that is taken to clear
away every obstruction and prevent every
complication thai tends in any ay lo hinder
iilure in her restorativo work, loo much
imlMirlance, Indis'il, einiiiol las attached
to tho mailer of gissl nursing and pmH-r
care. illi lliesn two hiIiiIs lareliiily at
tended to, Willi I'e-iu-ns to bud ii iiia'K
and iMitent remedial aid, and with cnoiinh
Man a hn lioui lime lo time lo keep the
Isiwel ois n and regular, iho dancer in ad
curable case is rvdinvd lo thn nnnimiim
nnd Urn n-tiirai ion ol the pulient isspi-cdy
and certain. When I sav this, I lo iml
speak roiiieeiurally, but Irom long cxtM ri
eiue. In all ol my mniiv years ol praciiee,
nevir luiMi I lound l'e-ru us. cnretul nurs
ing and Man s-lin to f.iil to do their work,
and do It well."
Pr. I'itiik k's I. Aims' Am lias kindly
Volutil.'cre.l o attend to the r. lreshiopnl
tables al the 1. N. I. picnic Tu-.l.iv. Vou
may rely on getting the st in line linn
rovally served. Ism't lorgi'lto go out and
we bow baiidsomely dm young ladies in
attendance can wail on you,
Mris(ilil (arrmii Works,
Nos. sl ami 8.1 M inimis Sraur,
I'lllilders of Finn Vehicles,
Of all ib'triptloii. Wo wsut vou to come
in and sec some late limits in Itedrooin
Seti. Lhiklea Furniture Coiupauy. Na
Uoj Second stnsd.
I ley SMSff'srssSlri.
They have no equal. They are always
fresh. They aro always g'sl. They aro
elegant for prewnl.
"Tmr IkmhU. Wrong," bv J. C. Curlln;
"The Man rioiii the W.l," "ll.il Home
stead," by I S tininil Thomps.ui; "Tho
Uhltecbspel Mystery," by Oliver, U-
fiml't A.iy.miM-, with a driglit stoivlomi
Ihe ps'U ol Mr. Walker Kennedy, of the
Sioi.djf J ..; Cinrury, A"'A Ann rtititi
llmnr, and all the liiagatiue (or June uro
al MaiiMord a.
lissssar sells Tar Camphor I V iHiund.
1'ieserviw rcttiin. woolen Irom months.
Iris Henkert's Kwla and Mineral
atera. V 15 Mailt st He km the last,
Call on Ihe Southern Trust Company
rooms III snd '.'-' Cotton Lxi hstigv, il you
wish 10 uorruw money on improved teal
Cniw sol rolrmaii's ko k ojuln, tho best
Ciiewuif puin in uie worlil.
Gold Speitat'.e guaiauUsjd at Thnytr's.
MENKEN'S SUNDkY COLUMN.
Tomorrow we begin Ihe Pummcr Cam
paign. All the indications point to a pros
perous, pleasant nnd chfterful season. We
will do our part to ruako it agreeable for
nil visitors to our store, by always giving
them something new; to look at and by
supplying all tlioir wauls at prices thnt
cannot fail to please theui.i Our Mr. J. 8.
Menken has been in fStvt ork somo
three weeks, ho is not it Innn to remain
idle, every hour during that time has been
occupied in hunting nnd rumaging throuirh
the importing houses of Gotham for what
is new; ho bus mndo some largo purchases
nt very low ligures, which our patrons can
tako ndvautntru of tomorrow nnd during
the week nt least as long as they lust.
INDEX to List: In this snlo aro Wool
Cliallis, Silks, Mohairs, Lawns, Muslins,
White Goods, Kmbroideriea, Luces, Sum
mer Underwear, Table Dainiisks and
Towels, llcnd the entire list, yon cannot
make a mistake by doing so, but you may
mnko a very serious ono by omitting it
Ladles and I'hlldreu's While Ilressra.
You will find handsome bargains in our
rendy-mado dress department Adjacent
you will lind equally telling ones in cor
sets nnd muslin underwear. Iso to tho
$-'.75 tablo contains whito lnwn tucked
dresses, while tucked nnd embroidered
wrapper, children's embroidered suits;
none worth less than $0.00, choice tomor
row for $2.73.
$o.00 tnhlo contnins four stylos of ladies'
whito suita, trimmed in embroidery,
pleated skirts, yoke basquo. Ladies'
while bill i bard and princess wrappers;
plain and lace stripe; children's all over
embroidered drejwus, worth $10.00, tomor
row only $o.00 for choice.
TiriiKU otiikr taiii.ks contain extraordi
nary bargains in whito dresses aud wrap
pers. For instanco, thoso dresses thnt
were $1(1.50 will bo marked ill. 75, nnd
thoso that were $25.00 will bo marked
$15.00. You know
A'e llon'l Ito Tilings by Halves,
And as tho object is to sell out our ready
mado dresses, you can feel what can bo
expected a sacrillco of values and a clear
8i'kciau 10 dozen braided Jerseys, only
sizes 32 and UI, that were sold ut $2.00,
w ill bo marked tomorrow ut 117c.
1 -lilies' Ijiwn Dressing Sacks, turn-over
collar and culls, neatly tucked, only $1.
Ladies' extra line Indin Linen Sacqnes,
embroidered fronts, tucked bucks, at 1.70;
Thompson's VcntihitingCorscts, only $1.
French Woven Corsets, 7oO hones, extra
long wains; worth $2; tomorrow marked
l or 75c each, tho following tablo of bar
g litis: Hubbard Clowns, Lmbroidcrcd
skirts, Torchon I-ice Drawers, squaro neck
Cambric Chemises, Cornet Covers trimmed
all round with embroidery, squaro or V
nhopo nil special bargains.
Ilrots ;omls, Sillko. Willis (ionilo,
Thn truth is, wo havo received so mnny
lotsol various kinds ol Dress Goods dun nu
tho Ixst week that it's dillicult to make a
start nnd the variety is so great buying
started to inline them, it will Imj moro dil
licult lo stop, and li s out ol tho question
to attempt naming ovcua tithe of iheui
but here goes:
.New IlL'iired I hullis at 7K 10c. 20c. 30c
nnd 4.k' 50 styles of each suiely you'll
New ligurod Organdies 121c and 15c.
as I'leree All Wnol AMinlroi, All f olars.
never Bold previously for loos than 75c.
New ligun'd .Mohairs, novelties, ouly hDc.
Al.L ot s Fhkxi il Salines that were U74c,
40c and 45)11111 comprises the euliro
H ill lie Nnld Tnisrrw al 83 a Yard.
Tiik ItrsT Tiiino in silks this summer Is
Iho "India Silk." You know how they
wash: vou know how irraeefullv thev
hang, 'f ho gn'iit scnlptorsofold must have
known India Silk, lor nothing visa could
suAicst to them the irracolul folds thut
adorn their models ol art. N ell, Ixi thut
as it may, wo II gtvo you Iudi.v Silks to
Stolid While and Nelld tllaek.
Of suis rior quality, for K7c yard; real
value (l.'J.i, and never Jld less, l-'sldi-s
this wo will give you plain and II .mi red
liulia silks lliutare eold usually lor oc
und k.ic, at i'w a yard. Other and vurious
silk burgnius which you should see.
HOW Allot t Minrc uoonf
When it conu-s lo w hite iroods you must
acknow ledge that we aro well, well, space
and time ate Hying, and wo just nientiou
Hull wo shall oien tomorrow
One ljr tleaalllwl New aessds
At 5c, HIc, 10c aud 121c. Itargnlns beyond
nny doubt that will pay you well to buy,
Seo our now embroidered fiwiaaesj and
At Tot Cot'MTiK Wo will sell .Tno linen
scrap books. Worth Sl.tsi. f.r IV each.
Almost every man, woman and child ran
uso a scrap IhsjK advantageously. Wo
have all sixes of
Uowen'e ralewl Uss Mwlnaa.
You can see one sol up on our si do walk
Lack Axn I'uniuiiin iiirs: It ii a strug-
slo to sell the Hun embroideries and luce.
Ihe low and medium qualities are pretty
well sold out and tho llucsl aro ou liana.
Vou have a chance to buy thn real Chan
till y. Normandy and Swiss skirtings and
llounclngs very low. r-eo our display to
morrow. I'.lce on everything lu plain
North Aisir Pasoaiis: Turo Italian
Castiin soap tic, India rublsr driving
coinlis ic, bristle hair brushes oxy
dired bracelets lV, IsrgO ssngisi lor, am
s'ihno insect killer ldc, black sitin fans
2.'n:, club bag only f l.tsl, valises f 1.75.
1,000 las lesesi I'mkreltn aud Psrsnls,
nrr.el. Mailing. 4 hlnsr, Tnnnle,
Tnkln ItaMs.ks Ulienllnas. Iioiweslle.
$1.75 for piece of China Mailing of 40
$1 1.25 for a piece of seamless Malting of
These price are littlo more than half
Willow Itocklng (lialrw, $..25.
Fsimlioo I jisels only VX:
we war S.ae h.lrd llsbjr 'ar
rlnr. M dosen all-linen oalirt 'sl Towels, extra
largo sixi only i!2o rat h; worth $3.50
ftoe hlldmn Hlsl Only r.arh.
Job lot of iloutilo dum.k fnngi-1 Tablo
Cloth, all whito and colored borders,
siw-a I ( ysr.l long lo V yards, at just half
price, 12-4 Tablnriolb, wortli $5, for $2 50.
Iiiamoud Uloe Water N-ts, live pieces,
I'.nirrsvedGlnisi Fruit Htand.3V; wcre7V.
Gold Und China lea l'lslc. lUc each;
Fancy Jan FufT n"xe,Veacb; worth $1.
Ileeoisted gold band Dinner N-U, $17.50;
ante af Art Uastde allll laallaaed la
In Unscmeiil Kvery thing Inviting,
helrlo lamp and dol a a fre.'ier.
Urge, siimi Hread Itoxes, 4 2 l,oop
Water llucketa, Uk-J l's'm Table Mats.
4Hcael; lee Cbnaia, .l.4l- galvanireti
iron Kelrlgerator Drip I'ana, 2.V; Tin and
Wooden Ware by tho wagon load at Iho
price of a small bundia.
TUB J. C MSNfcHN COMPAN7.
ajTUPEJf or BAKUAIXitl
AND STILL THEY COME I
Last week was a banner week In every
department, and, at we have said before,
wo intend to make every day the day for
bargains in our establishment Our prices
aro always right; our system of doing bus
iness is right, and the people are right in
coming to our stores, ltcad the list, nnd if
you don t nnd what you want, come and
we will show it to you il would tnke four
mitres of this Danorto cive a complete list of
nil our bargains. The w arm Weather is upon
ut and we must rouueo our Immense stock.
Come to our stores early Monday morn
ing. You will find bargains in every de
partment 1,000 pnpors best English Tins, 2c per
1,000 yards Cheesa Cloth at 2c per yard.
1.UIKJ yards yard-wide Lawu, oc per
J.utw ynrus l'je Dress uingunms ai o;c
Our stores will be liuod with bargains to
Our great drive Note tho prices Just
2!i nlccct 45-inch embroidered Mull
Flouncing at 00c n ynrd.
10 pieces 40-incli ncmsiiicnca em
broidered Flouncing ut OHc. Can t bo du
plicated at less than 1.35 a yard.
15 pieces 45-inch Flouncing, Irish point
design, entirely now, nt $1 a yard.
Fish Nets, 48 inches wide, all silk, $1 a
l or mis week.
Tho following reductions will bo mado
in lino Hosiery.
Our full lino of fino colored LIslo Thread
Homo, consisting of tans, navy, scul and
wines, told at 05c and 75c, reduced to 37 Jc
The Intent thins In Fnncy Hose, In
stripes nnd two colore, sold nt 75c and 85c;
down to ooc
Very lino blnck cotton Hose, absolutely
fast, sold ut 60c, nt 3;ljc
Men's Rilbriptran Pocks, 171c.
lufanU' lino throo-quurlcr 11 ono, 15c.
ljidics' llalbriggnn llose, 12Jc.
Great bargains through tho house.
1 lot ull-wool Cusniuiere, fur men's and
boys' wear, this week only, nlbOc a yard.
1 lot l uriiitiire iretons, Monday only,
at 10c, reduced from L'Oc and 25c n yard.
1 case 1'iL'iired Dross Lawns, Monday
only, al 4c a yard.
RiMlarllaa la Ml III.
75c figured China Silk for .'sic.
K5c tigiircd Shanghai Silks lor u"Je.
Plain China Silks at 4:lc.
It) silk Suits, with Persian trimming', nt
$15.85 a suit; worth 27.
SMcml drives in blnck Silks for this
a uur.AT ciitsjur. Dwifti ooont
ttrdnellausl riedurllnnst ttrdarllonst
2de. tiermnn Henriettas, now 12c yard.
I :i',l-incu Challie, in solid colors, Kjc
4Dc all-wool Albntros, now 20o yard.
fi'.K: Henrietta Cloth, now "Jc yard.
7.h' imported Challies, to closo at 49c
.tc lancy siripcu rwnyocnioiu, reuuecu
to 50r a yard.
$25.00 imported combination Suits, now
37 jo French Sateens, in lovely colorings,
25c figured Pnleens, now 12Jc,
3,000 yards of 15c figured Sateens, to
closo st 'ldo a vard.
12 yards stylish, wool-lilled drets goods
fortl.00 this week.
W hile tioad. W klie (J !.
Over $10,000 worth of whito goods (lit'
India linen at oc yard.
Check nninsiMjk, 4Jc yard,
l'lald mulls striped India linen.
Jtiitislo Organdies, a hundred designs.
Don't pu this department by.
or st great nrnrcTiosj ale.
1 lot Nottingham lace curtains, 3) and 4
vard lomr. 4 ind 5S Inch wide, very good
dcsiiw. tnnl sold for $1.50 and $5.50, this
week $1.75 a pair.
1 lot extra flue lace curtains, newest pit-
terns, 4 v.irds lung (slightly soiled), that
were $H.75, will go on Monday at $:iU5.
This is ono of the cheapest lots wo have
;ik) odd Holland window-shades for
this week only, no mora alter this week,
at 2.V; this iucludcs spring rollers and hx
l.ixrj large gauxo net Mostpiilo Har, turn
over fraimsi, cord nnd pulleys, $1.
7"sJ extra largo g:iut net Muuito Fairs,
square canopy, only J 1. 5a
;'isl best bobiui't M'swpuito liars, squaro
tops very largi', f I.Wl.
iioad tho b.itg.1111 for this week.
Six sx-elul bargain in this department
First JobJIot I 11 laundered Shirts st 40c;
worth IUV und 70C.
Nsxmd I'a-st French IVilbriggan for
tl.il'i anil- worth J 2. 50.
Third -Keal Lulbnggin Pliirtsx, 3for$I;
Worth fHte each.
Fourth Su-r(lno 42 (bread l'.a'.briggao
for ."sV-j worih ..V-.
rmli-IWiv' Silk Windsors for 20c.
Sixth iHiublo-aeutcd l'ipicrvd Jean
Drawers fur 50c.
Ladle' l aderwnar Deparlmral.
Will .nil --
Jersey rib Vest, low neck, short sleeves,
for P.k' , , ,
Children's 3-piiee Mull Cap, with bow,
lur .- ic.
All-over r.mbroldery Cap for 60c
laird Fatintlcroy Cap for f 1.25.
Tain t'Shn:cr Cap, $1.50,
IjiduV brilliant hi thread Vest S.
Thomsn's ventilaling Coret $!..
Ono lot Jersey, to cln out, tor ;i5e.
t Itmsk li.t til I H . I stl J(.rw-r all a-ool. 5(V
Kveryihinii In Jreyt reducd to closo
hoe our $1.00 Corwcta.
. Keep cool.
4. Ots) Japanese Fans, lc each.
t tl.,1. .11 n.l.tr. I.V lir.
I'.lock' Jersey Mitts, extra quality, 3-'c
Ono lot handsome, laco boum rn.
tjr-Come early Monday mornlne.
OUB COMPETITORS ARE RICU.
Wo will try and make thorn well by
offering tho following unapproachable bar
Wo will display somo of our bargains In
ono of our show windows, when ladies will
acknowledge that it is one of tho greatest
10c windows ever displayed in this coun
Ilcmcmber. every item displayed in the
window will uo solil for 10c.
Lndics Jertoy Ribbed vests. Ladies'
Jersey Silk Mitts. Ladies' Laco Bilk Mitts,
blnck nnd colored, Sash Kibbon. brocaded,
all silk linl.Hh, 8 inches wide, elegant em
broidered .Mull lies, nice turning runs.
Shelf oil cloth. 12 yards iu ploco, misses
wool Jersey.', lloyt's finost cologne, put up
in elegant fancy bottles, largo toilet mir
rors, misses' ribbed hoso. cxlra length.
sixes, 0 to 6; gilt scrap books, embroidered
handkerchiefs, ladies tuticta embroidered
back gloves, sample pairs, worth 60c.
All tho ubovo meat 10110 1 article! will be
sold for 10c, one dime each.
Lnriro (lowered colored scrim for window
curtains, 5c, worth 10c per yard, (surah
silk in nil tho light summer Bhados, 40c
utdics xinc and leather covored trunks
00 gold-hc;vdcd silk umbrellas, $1.25
00 linen Torchon laces, 1, 11 and 2 inches
wido, all at Oc, worth 10 to 15c per yard.
75 donon ladies' colored border, hem
stitched handkerchiefs nt tic each.
1 lot 62 inch hemstitched flouncing at
85c, worth $1.75 per yard.
0 pieces all silk black uraporv xsot, very
due, $1.25. You cannot match for lest than
10 pieces all silk Chanlilly i louncing,
$1.25; worth $2.50 per yard.
0 pieces black tiriitiuntine. 0-' inches
wido, 75c; worth $1.25 per yard.
25 pieces plain whito sheer India Linen;
4c; worth Ojc per ynrd.
40 oieces plain, striped and plaid Dross
Gingham, 0c; elsewhere 12Jc per yanL
Lest Mcrriinnc Sateeu, beautiful now
designs, 7jc; regular price 12Jc per yard.
00 pieces .unlluca 1 laid, new patterns,
8Jc; worth 15c per ynrd.
Finest imK)rted Scotch Gingham, 15c;
wonh 25c per yard.
3S-inch nil wool Knidish Ilezo Cloth.
871c; worth 05c cr yard.
French Challies, in lutest designs, 3A
inches wide, 12jc; sold oiscwhero for 30c
t pieces blnck uroi I. rain bilk, excellent
quality, 0-jc; worth $1.25 per yard.
J test spool Silk 5c, best Silk Twist 2c,
embroidering Silk lc per spool.
Tioiucallce and kliorllngs.
4-4 bleaclicd Domestics C!c, worth Sic
Masonville, Ionsl;ile, Fruit of I.oom
nnd Androscoggin 4 4 bleached Domestics
all nt Pc Hr vard.
4 4 Jtnsdalo Lamjric tile, worth 121c
w-4 brown siiceiing only l Je por ynrd.
10-4 bleached Sheeting only 20c per
I'-iO pieces Shirting and Dress Calico only
5c per yunl.
All our 1 ollon stripes and Apron taing-
namt will go lor be per yard.
2t K) dozen ladies' ltalbricgan black and
f.iucy lloMi ut 15c, worth 25c pur pair,
BOSTON 3 TO HE,
til Mala Nlrerl 8'JT.
CLE A IlINO 8ALEV,
Having a fow of tho following lots left
Clilldren't knee Pants, 15 ,
Children's lino knee Pauls, 75c.
Children's m-houl Suits, $1.75.
Flannel srhool Suits, $:l,50.
Fine drvrs Suits, $1.50.
To dispoao of samo wo will continue this
sale ou Monday.
til Mala Hire!.
P. M. Mil lib k Co., of No. 300 Fccond
street, have bought out and will hereafter
mansgo in Memphis the old reliable, solid
sewing machine, the Wheeler A Wilson.
Tho Wheeler A Wilson U'one of the
very old.'st sowing machines on the mar
ket and tho (act that it is the oldest re
cognize and emphasize tho truth that it
1 the best. Thc't are many families In
this country where thn grandmother
Isiuulit a Wheeler A Wilson in tho early
day of her housekeeping, tho daughter
received it a ono of tho most valued of
her wod ling preKcut, and now the grand
daughter is making her inarriugo out til ou
the samo machine. Of course there nro
Improvement w hich havo been made In
the machine in order to keep pice with
the ureal iiiiiirov.uieiils in all machines of
all kind of mechanical movements, but
the greal principles that were Ihe under
lying features ol (ho lirst Wheeler ik Wil
son aro embodied nud continued in tho
machine ( to lay. the famous New No. II.
Mnlor .V Co. will keep a lull stis k ol at
tachment niul supplies ol all kinds.
Imss fcm Hip Prlfn
Of I!i frl'.'oratora, Ituhy llupgles, Mosrpiiio
Frame and Isibiui'l Itnit, and gradiialiy
tho immense Ir.i le of Ihe Aiinstrotig 1 ur
liiluro Company, of No. 272 Second street,
increase, lluur sl-x-k is 011 of tho largest
in the Nunli, and coiitn. ns cr) thing lu
their lino. Cull and see tin in.
Tlirs- Alys Keep I lie llrsl.
Cine nl the Is-st places in the city to pur
chase ladies', misM-s' and (rents' Muss isnt
Nu. 257J Main street, where Adler llroa.
fi Co. have one of the larinl an I Im-i se
lected slot ks of Shoes lo 1m lound in Iho
I'llmss Srb ml lahorl llnnd.
Mr. F. W. la-ucb, of St. lamit, stenogra
pher with itncral fiusMMiger am ut ol tho
Mississippi Valley Louie, will toon os?n a
school ol short band In I hi icily. For
terms, etc., address to 170 Calhoun street
Are l.ain la llaild
Anythin? from a fenco to s business block?
Your order will be given prompt attention
by tho Wright Lumber Compauy, Fort
Pickering. Telephone, ,:k)7.
1o't forget the t'nion Pirnlc given by
tho Davitt and Iheuiien braiiche", Irish
National laguo of America, al Kstivnl
1'a'k Tues lsy. the 4;h iml. Go out and
enoy a plvasaut evening among your
Ciikw sol coleman'a ko-ko lulu, tho best
chewing gum In Iho world.
Can't rvJ al night -go to Thayer's.
BE J A OH DRY GOODS CO.,
No. 400. Mnln Slroot. No. 40O.
SrLCIAL AsjOLXt Enr.VT.
Wo have purchased of Cnpt Ad Storm.
Agent of tho Ut. Louis Anchor Line, one
lot of dry goods that wero accidentally
damaged "by falling into the river. Tha
goods were shipped by Messrs. ii. Low
enstein & Dros. to Mr. J. II. Zadick, Tor
rance, Miss. Tho goods aro damaged by
water only, und will bo sold tomorrow to
our patrons at tho following prices:
Uno lot Hope andlxinsdalo 4-4 biouchod
Muslin at 5c per ynrd.
Ono lot Muiriiuuck shirting Prints at 340
uno lot best I'ress rrints 3-jc per vard.
One lot chock Muslin, 3Jc per yard.
Ono lot brown Drilling 6c per ynrd.
Ono lot Mosquito Unrs 15c ench.
Ono lot ready made liars 25c each.
One lot plain whito ttripod Mull 5c per
All tho above goods nro slichtlv dam-
ngod bv water only.
Wo havo purchased of tho J. Kcnnard
Cnrpot Company, St Louis, Mo., their en
tiro stock of Fnncy Mntting iu short
longlhs, running from 5 to 20 yards iu
length; we have almost' every 'stvlo tn
Fnncy Matting made; Matting that sold
for 30c, 40c, 60o, OJc, 75c por yard; you can
nuy mem tomorrow lor l2jo por yard.
Window Nlindes. Window Mhadoa.
r.nst Oil Vlllil,1l R1n,l,ta n-i.li nil.nl
spring rollers, with elegant gilt dados, 60c;
never uoiore soiu ior loss man ft.
Cornice Poles, with brass trimmings,
comnlcto. in ebonv. walnut.
and ash, 25c per set
wo win oner tomorrow one moro lot
Silk Illusion, full yard wide, every thread
silk, at 10c, worth 60c per yard. Come
nnd get what you want tomorrow; never
again will you bo abio to buy silk illusion
at 10c per yard.
Our novelty souvenir will consist of 4
Pocket Mirror, a most useful article. We
will give them away free! free! freo!
10 dozon Lndics' illack Flnts at 25c each.
6 dozen Ladies' Lcgborn j.- al $1.00,
worth $2.00 each.
Now Laco Hats, in black, whito and
25 doien Lndieo' Largo Whito Flnts, 15o
Now Flowers and Wreaths, choap.
Lnrgnst assortment of Wreaths and Flow
ers in the cily.
Misses' Triuimod Hats 25c, worth $1.00
Best American Pateon, short lengths, 5c,
wortli 10c ssr pard.
2,000 largo Sponges, two for 5c.
Ono moro cute Indies' Lislo Ribbed
Vests, a superior article, in white, piuk,
brown and Lino, at 15c, worth 50u each.
Ml a Mills! Nlllt tllltsU
flcttcr Innuulity, longer in length, black
and colored, all sizes, l.'Jc, worth from
25c to 5ie jaT pair.
Indies' lk-iu, block and colored, Co
Fans, Faae. Two Grand Lets.
Lot 1. Ono lot hand painted Sateen and
Satin Fans, all at 25c, worth 5'Jc to 750
Lot 2. Ono lot finest Satin, plain and
hand painted Fans, all at 60c, worth $1.00
to f 1.50 each.
Kleu'snt assortment Littlo Lord Fauntlo
roy Cull and Collars at cheap prices, at
EEJACH DRY OOOD3 CO.,
A neanlirnl Maiden In Tear.
A farm wagon was seen on Mail street
yesterday in which wero seated two of the
most beautiful young girls ever seen fn
this city. They were accompanied by
their father, who sicmed to bo proud of
lid ts-rfcclly devoted to them. Their
rosy cheeks, bright eves snd neat dresset
won the attention ami admiration ol every
one. When thoy reached Union street
their father helped them out, and, leaving
them, carried hi team lo the stable. lta
turning be found Ihe youngest in icarf,
who said (he bad seen Iho most beautiful,
best-litting ami cutest shoes iu the world,
and her sister told her she could not buy
them snd ber littlo heart wss bursting
with admiration and grirl. J. M.II1II&C0,
soon took in tho aaeeting nnd thrilling
tccno snd told her lather he might havo
tho shoes at cost (or his lovely littlo
daughter. Tho purchase, was made and
Ihe happiisit lililo girl ever In Iho lllull
City was lo bo seen with new pair of
We Te Na A
The thirteenth annual meeting of the
Music Teachers' National Association is to
be held in tho Academy of Music al Phil
adelphia July 2, :i, 4 aud 6.
Judging from the program tho meeting
will be of great Interest and educational
value to all music teachers who attend.
Iteduccd railway rate have hccitarrmigcil.
Programs anil uicmbc rshltia ran be ob
tained by addressing Mrs. K. T. Toher.
vico president for Tclini'tcc, 115 11 ill
T. J. Uraaam,
IJuie, Cement. Plaster, Hair, Sewer
.110 Flout street.
Takz your wives and sweethe irts to the
I. N. l-'l'ienic, liii'd iy, at Lstivsl Psrk,
aud enjoy a pleasant evening. Ladisa
Cnrw )l coh man's ko-ko till 11, tho best
chuwing gum iu Iho world.
N'r.w eyis to old sieclnclc al Thuycr'a.
LAIIIt:, ALW ATS) CO TO
I rearh Hllllaery aad Hair Uaad Mlere.
fcl'KCIAL DKIVKS FOU THIS WF.KK.
We are chesper than any other house la
Our sdvertlsemenlt In the dully pepcrt
have Us-n conspirnou for their sliorloeet
and oiiitediiesa. We have instituted lb it
stylo of sdvertising from a desire of giving
lo our rustomers,in the shspe of better bar
gains, tho money which It usually spent
bar (taring, expensive advertisements.
Out aniioiincemuult are short but import
We will pjve yon Iho low prices, otberg
will giv you (lit Voluminous display cards,
Tako your choice.
r. 1. t Hi r, -
IT 19 Mala aired, Memaalt, Teaea