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THE MEMPHIS APPEAL: SUNDAY. JUNE 1(3, 1839.
THB NEW FEDERAL OFFICIALS WILL
REAP A LUXURIANT HAHVE3T.
It Em Been Discovered Tnat Election
Return! Have Been Abstracted From
tbe County Vaulta Prominent Re
publicans Saddled Wltb tbe Deed.
The indictments found against tlio ninla
population of Shelby and contiKiious
counties, on a charge of having votod tha
Democratic ticket, havo elicited eonsid
erablo comment. . Tho list Riven is not all.
It la said that the Federal Grand Jury
prefers working on tho installment plan,
and will continue from day to day to givo
out mora indictments. Thero may have
becu technical regulations hero and
thcro, hut that any serious wrong has
been done, or was ever contomjlHted, no
one believes. Tho object of thoso indict
ments is appnrant Tharo will be no trial
soon there may never bo a trial of theso
cases but tho moral cITect or i in moral
effect of having a whole countryaido in
dicted will bo felt upon tho issuo of the
pending Congressional contest. There
will bo foes, rich and Juicy, of courso, and
tho wholo district will bo held up to tho
nation as bull-dozer and ballot-box slut
tors, but that anything serious shall result
is not even thought of.
One thing that tlieso Indictments have
brought out is tlint thcollleo of tho County
Clerk has been raided by unfriendly
hands. In ono of tho vaults are kept,
with olhor records, tho tally slieots and
election returns of tho county. Tlieso
returns should havo been tabulated by
the Sheriff and put on record, but through
some overnight this tins not been done.
Tho vaults sro opened in tho morning and
stand open for convenience. No ono ever
thinks of eoinii in there unless accompa
nled by tho County Clerk or one of his
deputies, but that anyone could elide in
unwcii is clearly poaaiblc, and Ihut some
one has been in there is clearly iiroven.
Whoever tho party is and for whatever
purpose he wanted them, the election lists
Iront tho F.iiihth Ward and from tho
Fourteenth Civil District havo Ix-cn al
trailed and spirited away. Jliey were
in a larco ik'iun hlo on the hot
torn slielf and could bo readily
reached. Any one familiar with them
and with the vault could go In ami
pick tlieni out in a Jilly. Thu returns of
the F.ighth Ward were in one vault and
the returns of the Fourteen Civil limine!
were in auotlier. A very pnniiineiit gen
tlcmsn has been noticed by the gentlemen
In charge of each vault as bring particu
larly interested in these returns. They
both diMipN'iired ou tho same day, and on
this day sn Interested lieptiMicau wa
seen sround IhiIIi oilier. 11 is suspected
thnt lie took them. 'J hero is another very
prominent Itcpuhlican in whoso ullico one
set of these returns were seen and identi
fied sineo they were taken from tho vaults,
ami he will hkuly Iki called upon by the
(irsud Jury to explain how they i sine
into his hands. The .(iraiid Jury will in
vestigate the matter, us tho wilnenswho
(MMilively iileiitilied tho luisning returns
will appear licfore I lint body. I (no l.iiiidlo
of returns were taken wholo and In
tact, tho other tho list of mimes aloiio
was taken, having been cut out of the
wraper or cover, and tho empty hull
alono left remaining. There will bo in
dictments found against tho parties.
Theso tuuutur ludicluieiits are uot to I hi
lull ti.l lor the puriMmo ol maiiiilacliiring a
'" insyjo argument against thu indict
is luiinj in the federal l.raii.l Jurr
but becauxe, until now, time ivrrv of
the nu.sing records had not been made,
The result will lw watched witti iulorcsl.
as the latter iiuhctuieiils will .lot dctHlid
upon contin'iu ics, and aro no, bioiight
lor sjicculnlive purposes.
FInk shoes, Adler's, 2."i7J Main street
Sikisway and 1 1 aril man I'iauna.
Jcsso French 1'iano A Organ Co. '
TH1 BTREBT-CAR A,
H ts Not Tet Couaur-.ihated, But
Sure To Be.
With reference to the published report
thai the sale of the street railways to tho
llohnce syndicate of Chicago and l'hila
delphia hna been consumuiatod, Tn Ar
malIs authorised tossy that consum
mation has not yet been reached, although
1'ieaident F"rveer has tin doubt that the
deal will bo through. Tub Aitiui hss
also the wore) of 1'rwldeiit Fravsrr that
the reiortrd pavineiil of a largo sum of
money, ty wsv of first installment, is sn
trior; that such pn ment has not Imh-ii
msile. However, the negotiation have
reached such a jsiint that the tram(er of
llie pmieriy j.wr to bo inervly a 14110.
tion of brief time.
Tk IS' TeslliMoar.
KnM W'lilwrwvn, Mnnn?rr Mutual t?--fT fnml
I II lii.u S. ..ik I Hi, .So. I MwImib
ftllrrt, Mroiphlt, IrllU.:
Accept thanks for7,.VX) pavment In full.
before due.for Miieioe No.il,.lnd 7, "Ml
on hie l niv huatwiiil, l. N . Iliixlies (lata
ol hrui ol Hughe A ll.ill.r). Alter try
lug your romiwny two years lor .iH) he
uioi.ih .I Inn ivilu y In Mutual l.i to liipoir
ame Com i n v, ol New York, for ll.trsi.
and t'x.lt Knottier ilu y In your company
for -'.'', Iscsuse it did uot cil any
mote than he paid (or the f l,(AK) policy ill
mo .minim i.i io.
F.I (AMDS M. Hi nm.
Jsckn, Tenn., Jiinn til, 1h;i.
Ki . Wiili.r.i,n. l.iitf M'Hiial Hervtir
A.ii.ii. ( ,,.,, lk (lt)i xi.lM,
in.i, win. hi. 1,im :
Accept thanks (or il.ttiO pavment in
full ol policy on the lllu o( niv hushaod.
ticorgo It.iy inilli-r. I dure duo, and also
for the oiler of Just advsnc payment (or
iinmctiiaia neci-iiiKs, ss is llie liberal
rustuiu ol your company. 1 am grateful
to you for showing Mr. Il.ivmillcr that he
coul I carry this poiiry ol iii.mul u) out s
cheap as he was pnvitig fur one ul J'.'.diH
initio .V' lork l.ilo Insnrjoce I oiii
psny, which he ilnipv. to lake yours ol
,Mlus I.I.IM lUTWII.lSH.
June It, 1HS1.
Mr. ltayinillcr was st the time of his
death liiaiisner of the lliink'.ey I.uiiiImt
Couipauy, Meinphi, Tenn. 1 would bo
plesncd to call and sh.iw plan ol this
ctnupsny to iH-rsom wauling Mo Insnrsnce
who may address lue tliroiiKli the mails.
Tiia llollvar loop. It is capected, w III be
completed by the I'Hh of urt month. A
large force of men are at work and every,
thing is progressing as rapidly a poMiblo,
Jons T. Mnaais is spivilnted Nmthern
passenger agent of the Newport NtntA
Miss mmnl a ey Companr. Vetern.li
vision. Willi headuuartern at So. 311 Msln
street, this city, appointment to lake elWt
June 20. The pooiilon of city psssengur
agent la atxilislieU.
A uasvy excursion train went out to
Iliriiiinuhum tivsr tho Kansas City. Mem-
lihisA Lirmluwliain llosd lust Dlght. Il is
doe back tomorrow morning at 7 o'cloi k
traixwAY and I lard man I'lanos,
Jesse FivuiU 1'iaiio 4 Organ Co.
COLUMN OF BARGAINS.
Ai a nreludo (o this etory of a summor
day, wo riso to remark that great helps to
keeping cool are a proper circulation of air
and tho absence ot mental worry, "both
of which," as honest Dogberry would say,
"wo aom possess."
our viwt building is open as day on all
sides, and tho sun looks gayly through a
glaw roof. Ventilation baa proper con
sideration ut its construction, and tho
temperature is nearly ovon all the year
So much for frosh air how about the
banmhiiicnt of worry? Head theso threo
invanablo rules: All gooda in good condi
tion if returned in three days are cheer
fully taken back and money rofundod;
all goods nro marked in plain figures; till
goods nro sold at same price to everyone
Consider whethor compluto consciousness
of absoluto security under all circumstan
ces, while in our douse, docs not tend to
Unvo sway worry, II it uoos not banish It
Mir tlrst oltunng is a big and telling
Meilurllon In Ureas tJooils nml fcllk.
1'laiii and striped Mohairs, luteal, novel
tiea, reduced to i.'7c; worth 4."c.
Fancy figured Molmiri 43c; reduced
Tiui'ici) and side-band Zephyrs 117 Jc;
Fancy figured Moussolino d' Luino 20c;
Ai l wool French Chnlli 37 jc; reduced
Hkht French Sateens, worth 40 and 4."c,
all now 25c. .
ew l lcarod I linltU at T l-'ie.
Iji ns, ltatistes and Organdies 5c, 10c,
HIIITF. JOIt-TIIHKF. I fKMN,
Knch a startling hiirt'iiui. All aro Al
goods, such as any family can uso with
pleasure, l'ricos Hc, 13c and 17c.
Tiik 17c Lot consists of 75 different
styles of tho most beautiful White lrens
(ioodn; tho prices earlier wero from 25u to
Tiik Sic Iit cntiNiNts d riaid Mulls,
lattice striped India Linens and tinted
striped Mulls, worth from I'.'Ji: to 20c.
Til it l:lc 1iT is entirely dillereut, though
oteiial merit: includs l'laid lvcru Mull
worth 4t)c, ami others.
Hiimktiiino Aiii.i t Sii.ks: Wo havo an
enormous r tiiinli I y of plain and fancy
dross silks no largo quniitity of any onu
kind, but tho aggregate counts up, and wo
must sell them. Il has conned to bo a
fjueiitioii of profit, and is now merely a
Ifnolutloll to clear out nil tlieso gioils
tliercloro prices nro imtdo with this inten
tion in view. The stock includes (inured
and plain India and China silks, street
and evening shades of aurahs, grongriiin
and satin. All thexo goods are marked
at red need prices, in many instances loss
than cost, a can bo verilied by any lady
on examination, but, in addition to this
fabulously low price, we shall tomorrow
und during tho week
m mi t !." mi Ksr. iiiiim tiiohk riofiir.
making the price of silks so low that nil
ran enjoy tlm luxury of wearing them,
this, too, in face nl tho Well known fact
that taw silk Is higher than il was and still
Nsw 11ikm: Among tho new book
lust loeoivud is Worthiiigtiin Co.'s pub
lication of Mrs. lurey's translation of
lloimhurg's 'Two I laughters ol Olio
liace,'' U'sutilully Illustrated.
"W wre Iwn ilmiuhl.T ol ono mro,
Hio mm llie Uireal In III lain."
Mr. Ai llovs: Our crent clothing
sale, which I still tho tnlk of tlio town,
will glow with pristine warmth during to
morrow. Mens f K (si suits, 7"; I toys'
i-'i.OO suits, i'J.rH. Wo have too many
summer limine! shirt waists, and wo oiler
them as follows, cutting tho prices nearly
French T'lunnel Waists worth f 1.00, n
doco.l to H.(i;2.(Xl Manuel waists reduced
to t'o a bargain,
tires anil Htklrllng I ne mutt I'mlirwlri.
Swiss llounclngs, 2t inches at 4V, wero
Swiss shillings, 4,i inches, at 07c, wore
r-i.ainsli tmlpuro and Cliantilly skirling
I.:I7, wero ti -'.".
Normandy lace skirtings, 42 Inches, 4ic,
Fmbroidery for wranixT. (Id Inches.
t'i.&'l, were jVoil.
a Mill k llilitaa. Hvawlar rrlre lo.
Nohtii Aisi r Mul mm In parvo some
thing for everylasly note each Item: Col-
csto s coameltoiie e, sugar-corn w hisk
brooms Uo, Oakley's K-ox. Florida water
410. distilled Violet WSter L"Jc. 4-row tooth
brushes 1W, l.ubln's violet Kwder 10, toilet
siap im', iiowoti s prt'paroii ammonia I.e.
rrench a quart bay rum l.v, Jowntiury
llrown'a tooth pasto 4.'c.
l aws. Para!, ! an4 n(.
4 hlnai itMwar-44rsiN4 I'lMr,
fsM China washstaml sets. II pieces, at
f i. Vi, iiiisinsti lie.1 or lliey would be .tM.
lecoruted China dinner sots, 11.' inccti,
I.iswj I hius Ice-water pitchers, J.V, wer
French China lunch castors, mustard.
salt an. I lopicr. 4'.. a set
, . ! - ... . ... ,
i risi;ii .,n'r - i, a i'ievis nir r.
tilass teiry bowls, largo si.e JV, went
I this loo tea sets, 0 pleci, 5Je a t.
1uimi:t: House. furnishing depart'
ment -lliiniin'its ul nilnie dial am
needed, and Msibln you don't know wo
keep them, laka a peep in the base
nieut. Fli-ctrie lights, co as a rucuiii-
Ixt and mm h healthier. Feather dusters
21c, loivrroam In-eters l.4'i, nickel-plated
crumb pan and xiaper i.m'. Mitenl mo
and ualinenl cr.x ks L'-V racli, ifitli twins
i c. lootiiiucks ;h-a psckagi', ny tr.iia r.v.
brv.i.l Imixi-s 4'k'. inni our patent Ice-
crusher and nursery refrigerator.
Wbito Marseille tpnlts, II. 1M,
Itleai'hed buck towels, l.'.'S a ilnni'n
Ijirge sim) gl:tai napkins, (kV a doren,
Aprin linen, value .VV, our prh l.
kkliiaa4 lllerliFl lisme.lir l.mm
Iiitsliile. Fruit. New York milts all
5o H.M w MaiiMS li rl
liiiirs. Mats. Curtains and hliadea al ro
il und pru-ew. Yon certainly can save
money il you buy your csriM-i now.
I. very one reeoguisi that a vooi stvlo ol
esris't Is always good, and f.ishion niesns
litllo in c.iriHls, but wo must buy what
ever the manufacturer oiler and w Biust
nuke room, so really
hmm la inr snl ViBrlaill,
We have had Immense iiicces this aes-
son In our "Ijulie iH'partmrnl" and, ap
preciating, we have endeavored to dsere
ll liy offering such solid bargaius that the
Ui't rareles must be rlvclo.l.
Now roa l-7i you ran iret choice of 13
different ffarmerjis. some worth I7.W
Pressn, vrsi'H.rs, hlousea, Wrsis, etc.
i e inem.
For IV IX). iJidiea' bateen Suits worth
For llT.y). blark sn I eolnroil Rilk Pulls.
India r-itk and Cream Ijico Cult, reducwJ
rum i Aj.tsi.
epe il bargains In Corsets and Hustles.
rpeeiw iisrsiiius In Aluslin Imlerwear,
S-eciKl bsrRin( in Miwea' Trimmed
hpveial bsrgaiu lu Frcuch Flowsis'and
i lUJ J. BTalENKEN'cOMPANY.
Anllclpallog- Onr Nrml-.tnnnal loven
lory of Hlork ou July 1.
lioforo that timo we want to sell off $20,
000 worth of stuff. In order to accouiplian
this we havo gono through every depait
mcnt and marked down a great may goods
much under thoir value. Customers will
readily seo this reduction.
Tbls Hale Will Not lie for One Day, But
All goods- will be marked in plain fig
ures. Three Iterlded llnranln In Onr Milk Do
linrimrnl. Ft hat One, lot of id ui n CL i na Silks at 3oc;
former price Uic.
i.oi No. a
Is a 21-inch fluured China Silk for 47c;
former price, boo. - .
Is our $1.50 Shanghai, Canton and
India Hi I kg, plain und llgurod; now for U5c
'ftpeelal Drive In foreign ami lluuiestle
1 enso of very pretty Sateens, 10c a yard;
worth fully 10c.
1 lot of llgured Sateens in superb color
ings and now designs,
li',rt Worlli B.te w Yard.
2,000 yards of best quality Satucns, all
French styles, al 15c per yard.
iri:m coo iin i dmknk oooiini
Iteduction sale in this department,
eclipsing all former efforts at low prices.
3,000 yards of assorted Proas Goods,
comprised of 40 Inch Heather Suiting,
doulilu-width Henrietta tiolh und oilier
fashionable fabrics, to closo at 17e per
10 pieces of double-width, all wool
Chnllio, in new and elaborate deilgns, to
close, al 4 'c per yard. J heso aro uot tlio
goods you sec advertised elsewhere, but
tho best quality manufactured.
10 pieces of 4tlinch itk-finMln d Hen
rietta Cloth marked down from II to O'.io
per yard. This is a big bargain.
1,500 yard of very nobby, double
width hulling, just tho thing lor traveling
dicsjcs, 10 yards for 2 ou Monday.
nuiri UY m:t
Orcat thing Monday.
10 pieces black dru'iicry not, 4.-inch
w ide, at I . !!'; former pneo J1.7J and 52.
I luiiitilly llouiii ing in $1 a yard.
4'i inch (Swiss llouueiug ut 7 ox-; worth
1 lot heuihtitched embroidered fluiincinj
at I..'I3 a yard.
k doxen mull tics, embroidered ends,
ISe: worth 2.V.
l.tsXI yards real liand-tiiado Torchon
lace, be a yard, 1) and 2 inches wide.
kloprmlaiM of Whlls tlooal.
Ciistoinois plesto come out early, ,
Wo must do big hiiNiuoM tomorrow.
50 pieei-s hirge plaid w hito goods 7 Je.
UvM n'uinanU white and fancy mulls on
remnant tablo at half price tomorrow.
1.IXKI vard bleu strioo. black lawns.
short ends, ruuuing from 5 to 20 yard, at
10r: some aro worm .uc and - ic a yard.
l our choice ol iuu colored I'arasols to
morrow for $1.25; nono aro worth U'sj than
XV) doxen towels, divided Into three Iota,
and are worth 50 per cent, more than we
will ask for them.
l-ol 1125 duaen 35-inch long at 10c
Irt 2-100 dotcn OS-Inch long at I2)c
IM 3-125 dotcn 42 luch long at 15c
Theso are great value, gee what tbev
I test F.nullsh Tins at 2c a paper.
IVst Tuikish batll Toilet boap at 5c a
IVst iiuahty black Jersey bilk Mitts, 40c
MUMHM.Tiftu Ai air.JTir .
Ono lot of PraiK'ry K-rims, plain and
fancy cutors, tomorrow at use a yard.
1 he last lot nl Crc ton .Monday at 0c.
None we have been getli'ig -c lor la in
t hi lot.
Oion tomorrow, 25 dorm children's
new Mull Fuihroidcrcil Cain, sll Iho uew
things, rnoe :1V lo $I..Vi i-seli.
.'I lor $1, I Jibe' Jer.cy ICibh.nl Veit in
all colors. ;i lor M.
I'lc rsi li, IjiduV Jorey Kibbcd Vests,
cream, only m eacli.
niu iioii in !.,
These gissls wero pun based eM-ciu11y
(or tin mile, and are new and desirsldo.
Ileing fHiuglil so luto in the season they
am ottered at le man imiMiriatinii cost.
For o"c, iiiises' I lack Mlk Hose, extra
long, split l.s't, wurlli ?l.
I or .x', IX dosell lildiea' striis'd Hose,
nioco ground, colored stripes, the best of
the kind made: Worth ine.
For 2 V, iiilanls' nbbed lisle thread,
aire 4 to ; worth .VV.
lor 15c, "00 do.en ladies' lull regular
atriiH-d, black or solid colors; worth L'-V.
I or I7lc, Iml doieii men's I'iuk 1'islbrii'
gsu Nm ks, choice ul fjney or plain; worth
Irt linen 1'ercalo MiirU (or (I; worth
17 doreu night shirts, at U)e, wnnh IKk'
hilk, I. in In and llalbriggau suits lor $J
Fancy line of tie for 25e.
Indies' lull n'gular It.illirignan lioso, K'Jc
Kirwu au.i niusiiu unuerwear Very
I1IU iiMiilliU R4LE.
7c will buy drew styles ginghsin, worth
a. WrwU' l aralskloa llrnsrtMviiL.
I lot of 32 dozen genu' 3-thresd (iatlte
Kliirta at '.'."w rs.-li
I lot 17 doten genta' best blearhej drill
Drawers st 5Hc a pair.
100 down of the Silver King Shirt,
pleated bosom, very best quality, at tN.'
We must unload.
We must red m e.
We must turn sun k into money.
Lace Curtains -F.vcry pair marked
down for this sate.
BBJAOH DRY OOOD3 CO.,
, a00-Maln atrsef-sOO.
THE GREATEST Or AI.L RAI.EH.
To lbs Public,
No stale reductions on old. accumulated,
hop-worn goods, but now fresh and desir-
aoiogoous Dougm uy us lor less man oucon
the dollar, win uo otiered,Tor one-nan oi
real value $
In addition to the wholesale millinery
stock of Flowers, Wreaths and Hats that
we are now selling, we will oiler tomor
row fourteen cast's tu-sortcd merchandiao
bought by us from Me.rs. Kico, Slix &
Co., St. Jxiuis, Mo. Tho goods were
slightly damaged by water on tho road,
by the delay caused by tho Johnstown
horror. Tho goods are nil of tho best
quality, fresh and dealrablo, and aro but
very siiguuy uumazou uy water ouiy.
Uur nrwt oiler will conmst 1 1: .
40 pieces finest quality I a nro iilnid, black.
French Organdio; theso goods are said to
coat 35c to import, and aro now being
offered as a crcat bargain at 13c per yard
by dry goods nouses ol ibis city, wo will
sell them tomorrow at 10c, 10c, 10c per
yard. Uo member the finest importud
otgaudics, said to cost 35c per yurd to itn-
P"'J- . ......... . .
7o pieces wool ligurcd Clmllics; no hand
somer goods offered at any price; every
pattern a perfect beauty; regular price 10c,
our price 5c per yard.
2o pieces titicst r reach Sateen (not tlio
American, but finest French), eoual to
silk, full yard wide, 10c, regular price 35c
per yard; silently wot,
uo pioccs ltuir Line Whito ooods. tine
sheer quulity, yurd wide, HJc, worth 12Jc
iu pieces, yara wuio, solid btuo racinc
Lawn 5c, regular price 12jc per yard.
100 Pieces II lies t nuulitv dress liiiiuham
In stripes, solid colored Chumhruy Ciing-
ham to match, all at Uc: worth 124c per
00 pieces finest I ronch Batixto. 42 Inches
wide, in bluck, navy and light bluo, 10c;
worth 35c per yard.
IU pieces II nest quality whito .Marseilles,
10c; worth 25c per yard.
L.....I. Will, ......... . I -.- I -Ml. .11
including black, whito, cream, pink ami
ligiil blue, 4Uc; regular price (sic per yard.
0 pieces iu-4 Ltica bleached bbucliuir at
20c; worth 27 Jo cr yard.
1(1 pieces 10-4 brown r-hcuting, loc;
worth 25c H-r yard.
2 rases hltuchcd Musliu. soft finish, no
diewiiiiir, full yard wide, tio; worth 10c
ou nieces plain white India Linen. 5c:
rcuular price, "Jc per yard.
iu pieces solid black Nun a vcilinz. nil
wool, 10c; regular price, 2 c a yard.
1 cane beat Luiou Lawn, JJe, worth 5c,
ytllllner, Mllllnrrjr. Mllllnorr.
Do not bo misled.
We uivo vnu another rham Ihis week
(o securo Millinery at ridiculously low
prices tho cheapest goods ever shown.
Vou will luugh al our ussortion, but you
.III Jl.. !. .1.-1 .
win nil. I ii iiuveniieiea iruo.
Tho entire w holesale st.sk of Hals nod
lUinneU, that sold for $4.50. $0. $7.50 and
$10 ier dozen, we will sell, choice eut.ro
lot, ut 5c, 5c, 5c, 5c each.
l lowrrs, Wrsalke, ,riowr
Not just a few boxes 1'iat have liecn
patched up and put togi-lher from old ac
cumulated stuff, but the grandest display
ever shown at retail under one roof,
fresh, new and desirable, at tho following
lloxes of Autumn lycafWrcaths, 10cjor
25 boxes assorted Mowers ol a'l kind at
20c per bunch.
50 boxes II ii est Frcuch Wreaths at 45c
The very finest French Wreaths, extra
length, at 1 5c and $1.00, worth Inmi $2.00
to fl.50 per wreath.
Mark Mlk Illusion, tha regular 50c qual
ity, L'.'ie per yard.
Inborn and finest Milan Hats, 85c;
worth $1.75 earh.
Finest quality Leghorn Flat, f 1.00;
worth $2..V each.
Silk Illusion, covered win shspes, black
and white, all shspes, 4derach.
One more lot 35c hatln Moire Sash Kib
bon at 1 0c per yard.
No. 7 fancy Moire lUbtioo, all colors, 5c
Narrow Silk Ribbon, all colors, 2o per
Ijk Ing Itibbou, all puro silk, all colors,
12Jc per piece.
Mellow I Rollont
Toilet Posp 5c per box, pearl Press Hut-
tons sll sixes :')o iter d..., Leather Holts
5c each, halelsmes Ida per dot, em
broidered tntill Ties loo csch, elegant
rhino stone Hair 1'ins 10c earh, folding
lansKV worth 2c ecb, palm Fans Ic
esch, Coala's Slid Clark' spool Thread 3
spool for ItV, Nik Milt, blaek and col
ored, U'Jc per pair, Little Ixird I aunlleroy
(ollar and Cull I'-'ic mt set, liold Cap
14 u ses siiK rsramil M cacti, stool
wire folding Hustles luc each, at tho
DEJAOH DRY OO0D3 Oa,
Main klrrel-40o-Mln kireai.
If you pay rah for your grocerie and
want to get tlm lowest price, send your
order to (ioodinan A Churchill, 311 Main
street, Memphis. They keep only the
host good, and will inako ou tho lowest
(Hsisihio pneea on them, divo them a
triul and you aro sur to Iki pleased.
Srtiiw av and llarduun 1'ianoa.
Ji-ce French 1'iano Orgao Co.
At Iddln'a Hulncss College, No. 231
Main stret, a special course in practical
writing during tho summer, by tho princi
pal, who has hail eighteen years' rxcri
enco as teacher in literary school and
busincaa college. His business and art!
dtic ponmaiuhlp ha taken four medal
fu expositions In the West, special rates
to Indent and teacher from pnblic and
private school. Hour of exercises, 8
o'clock p.m. W.T. Wat-o, I I. It,,
-r - m
Slaw M Ik 11m
To buy gooJ good chesp of Ilerinan
Crohn, tho (Utter, 3.MJ Main street, oppo
site liayoao HotoL
Foa shoe go to Adler s, :'57 Main it,
Hoyd A Mooney'a soila, with pure fruit
Juice ami ice cold, la a delieioua beverage,
Tn fioi TMr Stun Dva W.-iaaa. 83
fVi.r atMAt tean or ili-. aw wl..
cleans or dyes any color
. W 1. . .
dmases, biers, clothing
Work Untitled like new.
l'ricos the low-
fc'TKlfcWAY and lUrilnmn I'mnisx.
Je.se Fiench Tiano Organ Co,
, BOSTON STORE,
87 - Main Street - 837.
A STARTLING SALE,
At startling prices, things slashed right
ami loft, on new, fresh, desirable eoods.
Clark s spool cotton, all numbers, from
8 to 100, black and white and colored, 40c
Jlest spool silk, 100 yards to spool, 3c
Jtcat silk twist, lc per spool.
Ladies' colored border, hemstitched
handkerchiefs, 3c each.
Jersey silk mitts, black and colored, 10c
lialance of finest French Flowers, cost
ing from $1.50 to $2.50 per wreath, choico
of the entire lot, tomorrow, for 60c per
All tho Lace Caps, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
choice entire lot, 40c each.
In ono of our show windows we will dis
play ono lot of comploto suits ranging in
price trout $5 to $10. Wo will offer choice
of complete suit as shown in our window
at $2.50 per suit
Toil do Nord dross Gingham 12c, start
ling prico GJc per yard.
Solid colored dress Gingham 10c, start
ling price 4 jc per yard.
12-4 w hito lied Spreads $1, startling prico
10 dozen Percale Waists for ladies and
misses, regular price $1, slashing price 50c
Tho most complete stock of White
Goods at cheap prices in this city.
1'lain white Dimity 25c, slushing prico
10c per yard.
10 dozen Hovt'i Cologno, put up In elo
gant fancy bottles, reeular prico 50c; slash
ing prico 10c This is leu than cost of
Linen Lawns and White Good.
150 pieces pure Linen Lawn In plain,
whito and figured, at Pjc, 12 yards for $1.
100 pieces lineal quality ligured Batiste,
yard wide, 7Jc per yard.
75 pieces figured Union Lawn, now
Styles, 3c per yard.
50 pieces plain whito sheer India LInon,
4c per yard.
50 pieooa striped and plaid white Lawn,
7Jc; worth 12Jc per yard.
40 pieces Organdio Ijiwn In high colors,
yard wide, 7jc; worth F.'Je per yurd.
Nwls and l.aee Whirling-.
40e: worth 7.5c nor vard.
45-inch Fmbruidored Swiss Skirting,
beautiful pattern, 05c; worth $1.00 er
45-inch F.nibroidercd Swiss Skirting, tho
latest stylo of Irish point, hemstitched,
85c; worth $1.50 per yurd.
40-iuch black Spanish Guipure I.tco
Flouncing, $1.10; worth $1.75 per yard.
42-lnch bluck, all silk, cliantilly Lace
Flouncing $1.25; worth $2 per yard.
4S-inch black ljtTosca and liussian Lace
Flouncing, tho very latest, $1.50; worth
$2.50 per yaid.
Surah Silk, all colors, 40c; worth 75c per
Figured China Silk, 40c; worth C5c per
i'lnia China Silk, 35c; worth C5c per
Moiso Silk, all colors, 30c; worth 75c per
22-inch Satin Ithndamct, In all colors,
75e; worth $1.25 per yard.
1 17-Wain Mtr!-9a7
If you pay cash for your groceries and
want lo get tho lowest prices, send your
orders to Goodman A Churchill, 311 Main
street, Memphis. They keep only tho
best goods, and will niako you tho lowest
possiblo prices on them. Givo them a
triul and you are sure to be pleased.
Stkixway and llardmun I'inno.
Jesse French 1'iano A Organ Co,
L. iMfiiltl V Br.
Have received a new lino of fine woolens,
which they are prop red to make up in
suits in any style from $:t(I.OO and upward.
Pants from $d.i0 and upward. Itemember
the place, sn I before ordering call and see
them at 47 JeUerson street, corner ol hvc
ond. Fink shoes, Adler's, 2571 Main street.
Spkctai It, At guarantied Thayer's.
A UKMPUIS B ALB OF COTTOM
Returned from Europe to Original
There arrived Friday, via (he Illinois
lentral Kitilroad, Iront -ew Orleans, a
bale o( cotton which was shipped by a
linn In this city to lJvoriiool last IH-ceiu
bor. Tho cotton arrived in Uverpool in
gon. condition and was carried tn the
mill to Iks ronyerted into cloth. When
the hoop were taken olf and the cotton
wasoiH'ued it wa discovered that in the
center there was one case of sol coleman'a
celebrated koko lulu special, which rsisod
a dispute and caused thu return ol the
cotton to this citr.
Ml aiork I Too l-ara. "
You can buv cheap now of Heruiau
Crohn, Iho II niter, 34j Main strc't, op-
llo ttuyoso Hotel.
Fresh hulls for salo daily at Faith Cot
Ion rved Mills, Commerce street, near
Second. Man to load wagon.
Mis Asu will give an art exhibition at
her studio, corner ol Main and l'nlon
streets, on Friday and Saturday next.
The public are cordially Invited,
Sri:iWAV and Hanlmsn I'iauoa.
Jcao French 1'iano A Organ Co.
Fink shoes, Adler's, 257 J Main. street.
"Joiim Waius I'mkvi lis," In paper;
... . . I t, I V V ... I. .
i trigone, a uiio oi i an iiii .it im.
"Thrco S'ears," from the (iermsn of
"t'niiubus Schwerin:" a new supply of
"That Frenchmaii.' by Gunler, and "The
lienroach of Anneslv." bv Msxwell Gray;
thu week'a IVtonsf. with illustrations of
Johnstown tlootl can be bad at M ana-
ItsrAiaixo and engraving Thayer's.
Fri t Irea Miirta a specialty. Finish
filial to Itew. Memphla Mosul Laundry,
224 Second slrceU llranch olhco, 31
j.amoyro ar tn va or rocoaixa,
A nd It sllmulaua and prouiotue lb growth
. i . i... i.i.
ltiimatt'a Mavnrinff extracli are the
Maaapbla arrla Work.
No. 81 akd 83 Madison Stsisw,
Ilcpalrlnt and Hulldlag Fine Vehlclea.
When out shopping don't forget I call at
Hoyd A Mooney'a for luncti or in -
llclous Ice cream.
Foa shosa go to Adler's, 2571 Main
ATATTTTMa RTTT R A Ji a A TAIQ,?
Sale Begins Monday
THE LIFE KNOCKED OUT OF PRICES.
Counters, Shelves, and Stands Swamped with Bargains 1 A Sea
of Remnants on Which Float in Myriads tne Biggest
Bargains in Seasonable Good3 Memphis Has Seen.
Italn or shine, Krcnicr'i Remnant Sales
are enormous. Tin occasion will be the ex
traordinary one. Trice ia not tho considera
tion. 'I n i r mi'ht oo not a piece returned
SEEING IS BUyiXO.
If von can use it you'll take It. first
glance; if you can't uso it you'll take it any
way. "In case of emergency and then,
you know, It's so very cheap I might need
It. Why, it's worth evkh so men mohb
tiiasj that!" Emotion and rising Intlcc-
At no price at all, compared to their
Silks, Velvets, Patina,
lure r lowers, Ituii llrnraoea,
Lace Klines, NuchhiK.
Lace Nets, ( hallies, Gauzes,
Sateens, llralils, llatintex,
l'anKiiiicntcrics, China Silks,
JUST TIIOl'HANDS 1 TIIKV fOVEIt
Then, tbe Grand Sweep.
Till WILl ASTOXICII VOll
Pon'tmis this. Don't let anything de
tain you. Drop the wimh-llst, nml otlend
thiMilo. Your happiness ih eiiil ux.n It
You'd never get uver it if "Mr. Ina
lleWard" got 'just the preltlekt hat, tires
and pnra.nl f,,r Jut nothing, it wa so
cheap," and you got left.
No Two Articles Allkol
No Two Prioos Allkel
Every piece of gooil marked like thi:
(Almost no Trice.)
And marked so that they will "Inks wing."
KREMER'S ARE UPSETTING THINGS!
GET YOUR SHARE.
m. c. maoi
W, & SHE
M. G. PEARGE&GO.
Ma 870 VRONT STREET,
KAIIN Ac FREIBERO,
lee. 171 s1 It Stain Mrtrt.
Just received from the preat bankrupt
aa'e ol Machnlo A Co., New York City:
Ac white India Ijiwn. V.
Fine white shenr plaid Ijiwn, 7Jc,
Fine while mull plaid Ijwii, IiVc.
Slightly damaged 1'. K.. I'.' jc; worth 2oc
IKik at our tine blai k laice.
Sacnue In make drens waists.
J I, fine black silk I.ace for dremes.
t.: worth f- lino blark silk Lace.
Flouncing, $I.A0; worth JJ..V).
Iksjt Cliantilly Uce, $.; worth iX
Just received, yard wide, all wool Gren
adine, I V; worth foc. Tlivne gooils aro
Still a few of thooc checkod and striped
ummer Silks at ".V.
Ihislory, Hosiery for mie.
Fine full n-gular black and colored Hose,
15c, worth "'k.
Fine full regular ribbed Hose for bovs,
l.V, worth :Vk
Tho lialaneo of our slightly dama-ed
Chslliesat KV; worth 4V.
All our bosl dross (iinghams, 7 Jo; worth
llost Sateen, I)c
hsw. h. Mb.
Chlhl' button New port Ties, firtu,
ladies' tine kid toe Slipper, 70c.
Ladies' kid toe Slipper. k'.
I Allies' tipped kid Oxford, 7.V,
Children's too Mippem, tk:
Men's yelyet rmbroidered Sllpvr, "V.
1-adic' line kid button Mioen, .'.:'., sold
ctcrywhero at fi.5a Callrariy.
KAHN tt FREIBERO.
let, 171 aal I7 ! Ilml, tmt rlar.
mm C aarnal Ray nt.
Of good style and Umt crados any w here as
cheap as of Herman Crohn, the Halter,
a4 Main street, opils Usyoeo Hotel.
Fo shoes go to Adler's, S57 Mala it,
Eteixway and Ilardmao 1'ianos,
Jesse French 1'iauo A Organ Co.
I.acs curtains cleaned and beantlfu'ly
fluished st Memphis Sloam laundry, 2Jt
becond street lirauch ollliss SI Madison.
Isscss your giu honse in the Ciliscns'
Ibturiiiiee company, No, 3 Miulinon lrvj.
'0aM Vinrgsr will prtserve your
pickle and your heallh.
Morning and Lasts
The goods Included In this part of the oo
All the Net and Flounces in 'our stock.
NO KKSEKVK. Stock Is Immense. (You
would uot believe how cheap.)
Trices paralyzed. Every Paraol and Um
brella is marked down to nothing. Come
and see them. It'a getting there hot.
The nicest In the land for nothing. All
must go, and you'll help move them if yoil
If you don't believe It, come and look al
Well, boys, yon can ail'ord to buy a new
one now when you break them, even if 11
Isn't considered necessary in Memphis. The
1 rices are "chopped" ciuctly in hull on all
All kind and shape. The whole stock.
TWO l'ltk'ES and NOTHING. We dou't
sell old shapes. We give them away.
Hats and Bonnets.
You could not Imaino w hat we are doing
In this department Come and be "halted.''
Well, we don't want to talk about "Our
Faeilitiea," but the prices ore less than com-iM-lition
can nconire them fur.
Our Mr. M. KUllMf.U (now In ''solemn
communion with Neptune") bought tlio lot
at a remarkable price. lie was offered
iloiihlo for them before they wero packed,
but preferred to give his patrons the ad.
Lalles and Hercnants
Of Arkansas, Missouri, Kentucky, Tenne.
see, Misnlnsippi nml Alabama can atl'ord to
visit this sole. Wci!iinraiilef that the money
uived on a considerable purchase would go
a long way toward paying railroad fares.
Jolin W. Voegeli & Co.
Manufacturer and Drol.-rs In
BOOTS I SHOES
271 and 410 Main Street,
MEMPHIS. ... - TKNrT.
r I I I t MEMPHIS. TENN.
Stcimwav and llanlman I'ianoa.
Jesm French 1'iano A Organ Co.
For shoo go to Adler's, Z'u Main st.
Don't bo decelvel by other concerns.
Wo are always the cheapest. The house
that always fulllll what it promises.
Have you noticed the crowds that daily
throng oar store? There is reason for It,
and one that Is easily perceived. We
show many exclusive styles, and what
is more patent, we sell more millinery and
hair goods thun any other houso lu th)
We leaJ In fine, stylish French milli
nery and hair goods. A lady may wear
rich and wcll-maJo dresses, but without a
bat or bonnet of tho latest shape, trimmed
by Lavigno'a tasty French style, she never
presents an elcauUppearanre to the most
critical eye of those who are posted.
We claim among our customer a goodly
number of the most fashionable and fas
tidious ladies ol Memphis. lUro bargain
now in stock for the careful buyer. Call
and see the prices we have placed on our
goods. You will bo surprised, snd won
dur Low they can be told so low.
IT l-s Mala air I. Mtatsl, Tvsst,
Ftkixwav and Hsrdinsn Manna.
1 reach 1'iano A Organ Co,
lonii Stats l-on-i.' drawe Tu
day, June lit.