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THE MEMPHIS DAILY APPEAL-TUESDAY, NOVEMBER SO, 1880.
MENKEN otn r. uulii All are Nold.llioir 4T BROCADES,ELVETS&SATINS Half the Former Price! II N needless to add that a house of onr standing cannot afford to tamper with the Pnblio, consequently we make no misrepresentations in onr advertisements. t'ORMKK PRICE. H so BROCADED "VELVETS, - - 8.1 oo FANCY BROCADED SILKS - as oo BLACK BROCADED SATINS, 87 OO LTTMTNATED Broo d VELVETS, 90 00 BLACK BROCADED VELVET, 83 00 FANCY BROCADED SILKS, - Ml 00 BLACK SATIN DE LYON S3 OO HI. At K KATIX DE I. VO. ... H.i 50 NTRIPED VELVET, S VTI . KOI M. 80 50 MOSS 11.1 SHE. Ml OO MEHVIM.II.I V sin - - . . 82 SO SI ' It 111 MATIN. PI. ACT 4 XI) BROCADE, Ml SO Ml 50 BROCADED NHIRTI.VG VELVET, - 75c M2 OO Colored and Black SI Mi VEEVETM, 1 35 lady should miss this rare opportunity to got the beat goods mad - at the price or common goods. Parties at distance expecting to order from samples, should bear In mind that sneh Roods at theac prices will soon be sold. Mend order for goods. Wesrnaranlee as advertised. MENKEN BROTHERS SMALL PROFITS SUFFICE US! CHAS HERZOG & BRO Memphis's Great Book-Sellers Ha. invested for the Holiday Trade a few thousand dol lars in sneh Fancy Goods as are adapted to the Retail Trade only. To give them a GRAND START, we will sell Truly Great Bargains III the following Lines: Photo Albums. Picture Frames, Milk Papeteries, Visiting Cards, Pearl Card Couch, OoiuIuoh. Autograph Ease la. .Stereoscopic View, Perforated Card Chas. Herzog & Bro OPPOSITE PE1BODY HOTEL. JET PALACE. JET PALACE Just received the following line of LADIES' WATCHCHAINS Bamboo, Beaded Crochet, Celluloid New , Shol-sleel, and other styles. Also, a most beautiful line of Pins. Ear 1 ins-. Bracelets, Necklaces, Bandeaux, BB. Real OKTX SOODS mounted In Solid ttold. A most eleft-ant line In i'l. V ri:iJI.Wi:i.KY.in InUJnit Bracelets or all styles and sizes. Call and examine. I. ROESCHER, Agent, o. 277 Main Street, Memphis. FRAMES- PICTU BEM. ME.SPK.S PICTURE-FRAME FACTORY. Main Stretr. Oil rolnUugs, Engravings, (nrsmwt, Mirrors, Frames, Brackets, Statuary, etc. New and Splendid Assortment. AT LOW CHICKS. RIMIMS AM) BOABD. I.M'KNHilEn rooms With or withoat board, J ' at No. ill Court street. ROOMS Furnished or unlimushed.witn hoard. hi n as..natle ntsrs. kI 51 und .Mi Moiin.c -tr.v:. TOTCK KOOMS-Furuish.Ht'or imtundstied7siii JJN ale or lti rait.; apartmcuta for lighthouse keeping. :it 101 Jefferson street. ROOMS AND BOARIV- at No. 832 Poplar street. TAKEN UP. MULE On Saturday. November JOth, one light bsr mare mule. The owner can get name by proving property and paying charges. FELIX JONES, Stable, No. i. 11 and M Third street. FOB BEXT, EEASE OR SALE. T PLANTATION near Bledsoe's Landing, three L miles from River, In lye f-ounty, TArkansas, containing Ijsu acres, 100 open, 'JU0 acres in cultlvu Ilon, 6 cabins; ot the entire tract above over flow. To a goo.i party a long lease will be given : OR WILL SELL THE BEST BARGAIN ON THE M ARKET. The tract Is knows aaone of the hhjb M by all parties famllinr with the same. For terms apply to F. W. ROYSTKR A CO., Real Estate Icalers. FOB NALE. D RAY ANTl FARMING MII.l At HARGIS Ji IO. a ST A HLK. :W7 Hecono si. BOOK STORE A handsomely fltted-up store, with a fresh end dealrahl-t stock of School. Miscellaneous end College Book, stationer) , M Basal tiistrumcnis ami Miscellaneous Fancy tiood.-, enlorlng a nice trade, in a nourishing town I oifered far sale, with good reasons lor selling, opo wry moderate terms. For iufonualion, apply t- ol.IVEK. FINNIE A CO.. MemphlsTenii MOCKING I'IRD Cheap, with new care. V In.juirei f Mrs. I hll GH. T Bacond street. 10WS Frethcow, for sale, apply at2t Thlnl KJ street, or M. It. Dcsdrick. on Fans, T OI SI ANu -On south aids McLcmorc av- I j aoo, near State K malo Coiksge, about Sacxis ; nice grove t.nd building situ: low Uh eash. lie." between Mrs. Weaver's and Judge Kuiridge iioiues, near street uara. W. A- WHEATLEV, yi Main. KLECTRIC I.IUHTS -Heaillight Oil. Flntil and Gas Stoves. ATHTTZFKfcP. g3 Second St. , h i r AGE On account of ownsr being a non KJ is" -idem, Uie one story frame collage C9 Ilcr nanso street, niraer Calliouu, W by JI0 feet, i : i . rmsnsul lr At present oxx-upied by agood teuaiu. l B. RIt II MOND or R. M. MlIUE. Sio. 2V adison stosvt. B RICK -Bv rl,e.-or rail. Quantltv and quality ruarauteed. Laave orders at John A De ule'., Front, E. C. Buehanaa A Co.. 32H I'ront. or w. j. 11. a. :2 Main st. '. rt. r. rtrr.a. B' RICK at . F. FRANK fp.'S. I Si; INF One u'coad-k and stationary cngin. J. a without Dotiac: ST.inder lixso inches; aK isiisiiIis)! iimn nj wsssl; ia good ruunln onltr. Cm be had at a '.area's. Apple at CHICK At. A ruw,n WORKS. second rt. PIANOS-A lew-Toctive stvond hassfl Planes, cheap for cash, at tt lTZMANN A CO. '8 Music sVoer. ;2:i Second sins't. mill fjiij llll 3 S S BROTHERS Entire Storft of Mnipilllceut 1'RtSF.XT PRICK M l SO Ml SO Ma 50 M3 SO M3 OO 81 OO 83 35 83 50 Ml SO M3 OO M3 OO Albums. Scrap Books, VI riling Desks, Matin Papoteries, Velvet Papeteries, ChromoN, Mirrors, . Pocket Books, llarmonlcons. Toy Books, Ink Stands, Webster's Unabridged Dictionaries, Boards. Etc.. Etc.. AMI SEMEXTM. IKl'BKIK S TIIKATKK. JOSEPH BROOKS ... Proprietor and Manager THREE NIGHTS ONLY COMMENCING MON DAY, NOV PBI MATTMBK WEDNESDAY. Hartley Campbell's GALLEY SLAVE! The Double New ?, Success. Shrperior Dramstic Company. 1 . .1 1 Entirely of New York Favorites. ini'luun among its meuitKTs Miss Cuasie J)e Forrest, Mine. Majerotii, Mr. Frank Evans. Mr. Thomas H. Burns, Mr. Junius Urutus Iks. lb. Thursday. Friday end Saturday, HAZEL KIRKE; BIBDH. BIBDS! BIBDS! BIBDS ! Hartz Mountain Canaries ! rOO of tho choice sonpsters left. iiU,h will be ' ) sold at auction prires :,r three days longer. Purchasers have choice of birds. Call At No. Hll TVCfviu Itroot AaT" The public are invited 10 call and examine the Mock. AlCTIOX SALES. Oil Painting; and Chromos AT AUCTION. 220 Main street. " Commencing MONDAY, November 20th, at 10 a. m.,2, and 7 p.m. Will continue daily until the stuck is disposed of. A KAIIE CHANCE FOH BARGAINS. A. M. BTODD A lili. Aurtioneer. STBAYED. Ol)W One large, white ami blue pledrd milch row. StraytMl last Monday. Liberal reward will be pujl if delivered at .117 JEFFERSON 8T. (Extended.) PEBSOVIE. JABOREItS AND MECHANICS Furnished to J Contractors, R. K. Co.'s and others on short notice. CHKIBTIAN CO.. Kmployment AgeuU. 868 South Water atroat, Chicago, Illinois. DR. It. I.'LASKJ lout reiao.i.i his oiln-e to t". Main sixeet, three doom luitow Union, over JsejUajrViwre STRAYED OR SlOlliX. COW About tight &os ago, oue black cow, heavy with calf: loft horn fcorod.and short tail, five dollars reward will be juld on htr de--:. to ija3 y 9trertt or any Information FOB BENT. lRONT ROOM Nicely furm.l-od with or with .1? out loard; also part of furnftie,i house for housekeeping, at mlwd::n.street. N' EW COTTAGE Of Mr Callahan, on Hernanoo risid. near the curve: water-works, bath-room, etc ; price, $JW per vear. H. L. QCION, l'J Madison st. MY BRICK RESIDENCE ftTsS Beul. street. MINOR MEHlWEniER. ROOM Furnished, a' If. curt nr. et'. MRS. C. V. FREEMAN I'llNidHEI) UOOM?:- at 107 Jotfprson strort. HAMS. r"H KXCH.NttE Sewing machine for board iu .L ptivit'e laiiol Ad. s. M AG T. A ppeal oilice. SlTl' ATION As manage, or assistant on plunts tlou or in country store. Can keep books. Han had experience and can give references. '. Address H C.. Appeal office. rpwo i;OfMs? N1 B"Aiai -Byageiitieinanaud 1 wife and two boys. Koutns centrally located, within tew blocks of court s.inare. A. hire,- . I .. So ::or, Front streeL OERVANT To do gencnil housework. Liberal O sysktea. Inquire at KM POPLAR STREET. Womak5.l tM.e -To cook, wash and iron, at . ! M'HANGEST. (Extended. I 1 .SIHVMENT a ,ouug man as lKxk-keep- .I'j er, clerk or salesman ; a Av nrt expect ia'e salary; refervnes gl v f-y OOD IXKK- ix Aud'ss . Iv., Appeal. at ivs Adams street. LSTEHNoKepulRil and ronxyvaaso, or no chaise whatever: alj, Itriekworkol all kinds doue at lavttom rates. rHl'MAS CI Br.INS. 43 Maclison st. TO EX 11 AN t J.. CtKWER Colftt'itCI ,;;N-: WAT Ktt CLOSETS, O Bathtubs lor gn i.Waefca TlllL J. MAMJJN & CO., jfM Ualu street. JEWELEB. Optician&.ManufacturingJeweler sjisjuOt description of SolidQold Goods Watches A2J Chains, Sets, Diamonds, Silverware CUxks and Spectacles. kEPAIRINO of flne Watches and Jew dry. Old Gold and Silver in any shape wanted. COrt.MAIIV& COURT STS. LIQIOBS. IMPORTER AND I'EALKR IN Wines, Liquors, AND CIGARS. No. 14 Union St., Memphis, Tenn. dinlulstrator's Notice. T e.tatatotUFU'ialo,'irra"!, lnt"KHl In the JL estate of F. E. PltdU, deceased, that I will Probate'nrt S'afeot0' ' M estata wlU. tie f rouaie curt ol Shelby county on Haturdav lie etnbar t, lesg. fiEORiilc rirvS-o y' r. 7-s- Jobn Lilly, LARBBST Stock of Fancy Groceries Out side of New York. 2,000 bxs, Halves and qnarters Raisins. 20 rases Figs. 2,000 boxes Fire Crackers. 2,000 boxes Factory Cheese. 300 boxes Cream Cheese. 1,000 boxes Crackers. 1,000 eases Sardines. 1,000 eases Garrett's & Ralph's Snuff. 3,000 cases Jellies. 20,000 cs. assorted Fruit and Vegetables 100,000 pounds Fancy Candy. 1,000 cases Canned Mackerel. 500 cases Canned Salmon. 500 cases Brandy Peaches. 500 cases Brandy Cherries. 500 eases Matches. 1,000 bags Green Coffee. 500 barrels Refined Sugars. 500 barrels Yellow Sngar. 100 barrels New Molasses. 1,000 packages Lard and Hams. 50,000 Fresh Cocoannts. 1,000 bags Almonds, Brazils, Peanuts, Pecans and Filberts. 300 barrels Oranges. 200 boxes Lemons. OLIVER, FINNIE& Co WHOLESALE GROCERS, MEMPHIS TEXXESSEE, LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Quite a number of fakirs are in the city. Strange faces were numerous on the strsets yesterday. The Mozart society of Memphis has in re hearsal tht opera Dtr FreitehuU. Several unlawful retailers of liquors were hncd yesterday at the criminal court. Holiday goods can be seen everywhere on exhibition and for sale in store windows. The county court clerk issued a marriage license yesterday to J. E. Bledsoe and Kate Iewis. At the customhouse a few workmen arc setting stone on the first story. The work pro gresses slowly. Martin Shea and Ellen Lyons secured a license to marry from the county court clerk yesterday afternoon. St. Andrew's day. The Sons of Scot land residing in the city will celebrate the occasion by a banquet to-night. The case of the State 1. James Page, for larceny, was given to the criminal court jury late yesterday afternoon. Everybody is abusing the weather. No one has a good word to say for it, except, probably, plumbers and gas-pipe titters. Numbers of suspicious-looking characters are in the city at present. They are birds of passage, picking up what they can hnd. The cotton compresses are retarded, and almost suspended in their work, owing to the lnsiiihcient supply of water by the water company. The case of James Webb, for the murder of a negro in North Memphis, has been con tinued for trial to the next term of the crimi nal court. The sale of Theater tickets for the Hazel Kirkc engagement, which commences on Thursday night next, will open at Kirk land's to-day. Mottoes for the water company "A little water clears us of this deed. SliaAespeare't Macbeth. "Water cannot wash your sins away." Shaletpearc'is Richard Til. The thermometer indicated forty-one degrees temperature at noon yesterday. The barometer was at 30.10 inches, and rising slowly, indicating fair weather. On every corner you will find a class of people known as "street men," offering for sale all kinds of catchpenny traps. They are wintering south, like the wild geese. The arguments of counsel in the cases of Henochsberg vs. thellamburg & Bremen and Hamburg & Madgeburg fire insurance com panies will commence to-day at the Federal court. The Hebrew feast known as Hanuca commenced on Sunday last. On Friday next the feast of the New 5loon will be celebrated, and on the 12th of December the fast of Thebat, Mr. J. P. Russell, a merchant of Jeffer son, Texas, is in the citv as a delegate to the meeting of those interested ir. (he Memphis and Jefferson railroad projest, which will be hcl 1 here to-day, The sunken steamer Poitevent, near Bol ivar, on Hatcehi river, it is feared Gannot be raised, as the waters are rising rapidly. The boat was valued at $10,500, and upon her there is only $0000 insurance. The Foster-Fay entertainment, adver tised for Sunday pijht, November 28th, has been postponed on account of he weather, till Sunday night, December 12th, when it will jioaitively take place, at the Theater. The police, firemen and other city em ployes will be paid for tie month of Novem ber tOrinorrowV the first proximo, by the Taxing-District government, the best paymaster for working peoyle that our city has ever known. The (jalley Slave will be the dramatic attraction at the Theater to-night, at the matinee to-morrow, and for the last time to morrow night, i. .,;': i" the remainder of the week Hazel A'i'rie will oe ui ih? boards of the Theater. The committee appointed by the cham ber of co;;imerce as to the Memphis and Jef ferson, Texas, railroad, will meet a number of delegates from over lAe rjver this fore noon, when the matter will be fully discussed and considered, A little fire broke out at a tailor's shop on Second street, near Court, Saturday after noon, caused by the tailor using coal tar in a stove to heat his "goose" or ironing ma chine. No damage was done, a few buckets of water extinguishing the flames. To-night, at the Greenlaw Opcrahouse, a meeting oi tlje Society for the prevention of cruelly to animals ijl lie held, to which all citizens arc invited. Ltlttsus ;U be deliv ered by Kabbi Samiield and Prol. Bar my Hughes, of the Charleston railroad tick et office, In CoaiianiA county, Mississippi, and in adjoining crunties, the rarw Jiave cut off the crop at least one half. One planter residing back of Glendale landing, opposite Helena, Arkansas, has uinety-six acres of cotton 01 which a lock has not been picked, and he looks upon the crop as a total loss. At the chancery court yesterday two di vorce bills were filed. Mollie Owen wanted a divorce from Heuben Owen, on the ground of dcitertion and failure to support. Wm. B. Phillips asked for a divorce from Mary Phillips on the ground of cruel and inhu man treatment, persecution and attempt to kill. Large consignments of game from Ar kaus reach the Front strcetfmerchants dailv, especially deer and wild ducks. The game store market men are protesting against the sale of game by the merchants without pay ing a game license, but it looks as if a com mission merchant has a right to Mall anything consigned to him, and then the game store men purchase largely froui the mm'ision merchauts whenever they receive lot of Came. It was advertised that the Foster-Fav Company would give a spiritualistic seance at the Theatre on Sunday nigl.t, but owing to the bad weather the slight-ot-hand dark -lantern ierforniers failed to put in an apppear ancA! fearing to risk the seventy-five dollars rent of the Theatre. Several hundred people, however, wended their way through the mud to the Theatre, but they were disappointed, no show being given. The Foster with the combination is not the celebrated Prof. Fos ter, whose curious and wonderful occult per formances are so well known to Memphians. The boys went to Little Rock, but promised to give a stance here on next Sunday night week. At the hotels, boardinghouses, private residences, in the upper stories of buildings, at the courthouse, in business houses for ele vator puriKises. in sewers '-and water-closets, no water can be had from the water company. The people of the city have been waiting upon prdniises not as yet performed. The water company has ijeeri keeping the word of promise to the ear, but has beei) h? eating it to the hope. The uewspauer reporter is deluged with complaints from water con sumers, who are becoming indignant. The city authorities are getting restive, and say the lack of water will do almost irreparable injury tu the jewer system. People are get ting sick owing to thus wan! of water. It is said that the new pumps at Uie work? will be in active use to-tiav. Wait and learn. At the criminal court yesterday W, R. Hill pleaded guilty to the charge of carry ing a pistol, and was sentenced to pay a fine of Cfty dollars and work for eight months at the county vcrKhouse. Hill has lived a cieekened life in this county aa l is regaided - sktasarate character aroiind Cues and :v- ,1 o., .-J ... other iiortio. H. SOTniber, "I".- the count v. He was 1879, at the Bartlett circuit cour, charge of murdering a negro, and that day came to Memphis and got into trouble, threatening to kill several policemen and others. He got away, and since that time the authorities have been after him. On two occasions when deputy sheriffs attempted to arreat him he drew his pistol and defied arrest. This time he surrendered himself, having been a fugive from justice in Shelbv aud Tipton counties and in Arkansas. He was suffering from white swelling in the leg and is crippled. He was committed to jail to receive proper medical attention, and when in condition will be sent to Presidents island workhouse. PERSONAL. Mrs. Lou Moon Spillman has returned from a visit to Texas. Mr. Willie O. Hcnteb, merchant, of bardia, Mississippi, i in the city. Mr Lew Miijjcr, of Baltimore, Mary land, left last night for home, after a pleas ant and profitable star of several davs. Mr. Miller made many friends in our city, and in our city, will tie welcomed back. Mr. Robert Galloway of the legialativ council of the cil monia for a week, at hie residence on Madi son street, but he in now recovering and will be up in a few days. Misses Lucille Bowes and Mary E. Field, of Virginia, are visiting Mrs. AV. A. Wheatley on Cynthia street, near Vance. AMUSEMENTS. At the Greenlaw Operahoase to-night the lectures and concert by the Society for the prevention of cruelty to animals will come off. A repxrt of the progress of the society will be read by the president, Mr. Tom Gale. The following is the programme of entertain ment: Duett Violin and Piano Messrs. Schultz and Stuudorf. Leture Rabbi Max Samiield. Duett .Messrs. Newtou and Reis. Lecture Mr. Barnney Hughes. Tenor Solo Mr. Newton. Report Mr. Tom Gale, President. Basso Solo Mr. Keis. Remarks Rev. Georgo White. LAW REPORTS. Clisnesrv ( onrt JlrBoscll, Chancellor. Adjourned until this morning, at 10 o'clock. Attorneys are requested to be present. Criminal (onrt Horriaran, Judge. No's. 236, Charles Stone: 234, A. F. Bon ner; IB Ishatn sitoot; oOo-olU, Albert Heath; 328-329, C. Reining. .Motions to-dav. To I he Public The Sisters of the Good Shepherd deem it their duty to apologize to the kind friends who assisted in supplying their wants when they were strangers in the city. An article which appeared in the Appeal of the fourteenth stated that this is the first time that the sisters have called on the pub lic for aid. We are told that many of our first friends are surprised at our forgetful ness of past favors, bat when facta are known we feel confident that this apparent fault will be forgiven. Our rule requires that the namea of our benefactors be caiefully regis tered, with a statement of the benefits con ferred. This account must be kept in a leather-bound book, which book is read to the assembled community of sisters twice year, and the day following the reading thereof, public prayers are offered to implore our dear Lord's choicest graces and blessings lor our benefactors; besides, every day, special prayers are said for the same intention. The first superior of the House of the Good shepherd, in this city, died ot the lever in 1878. She seemed to have no idea that she would have fallen a victim to the fatal epi demic, consequently her papers were left in a vary unsettled condition. The book con taining the names of our benefactors has never been found.- It must have been mis laid in the confusion of attending the eight een cases of fever that were In the house, providing for the dead and dying, while the poor attendants themselves were scarcely able to keep out of bed. Two of the first band of sisters died in this city. Failing health and other causes obliged our honored mother provincial to remove others, so that only one of the tirt missionaries still remains. Iler duties being of a domestic nature have kept her much in the background, so that she is not well informed of past events; still, she has frequently entertained the sisters with ac counts of the kindness of the people when our sisters first arrived in their midst. We hope that we will not long remain ig norant of all our benefactors. Some have visited ns from time to time, and have lent a helping hand on numerous little occasions, so that the acquaintanceship has never ceased. There are, how ever, many others who are entirely nnknown to our present community, but we will endeavor to find them out so that we may, at prayer, make a more particular men tion of them. The statement in the Appeal of the fourteenth instant meant only that this is the first time that the Sisters of the Good Shep herd have made such a general and earnest call on the people. We sincerely hope that our call will not be unavailing, though the unfavorable Weather has proved destructive to our iair. The services of the kind ladies who presided at our tables are so much the more appreciated, in consideration of the ob stacles with which they had to contend. We must also tender our thanks to Prof. Winkler and his choir. Those who patronized our fair in spite of the weather, but particularly those who came on the last night through the rain, will certainly not be without merit in the sight of God, who has said that not even a cup of cold water given in His name shall go unrewarded. SISTERS OF THE GOOD SHEPHERD. SILK SI.ArOHTEB! MI. Mi I BBOTHEBS ontlnuc 1. mil all are Isold Kale of all Fine Loods at Half Resralar Prlre. We add to-day a full line of all shades Evening Brocaded Silks at Too. MENKEN JJHOTHFHS. BROW N A JONES, ssa Main street PITTSBURG, ANTHRACITE, C 0 A E , CAlfNEL, GAS COKE. WH0LESALB AND KETAIL. Floyd" Befstaurant, 279 Main utreet, Memphis. FYF.M.YI. BBOCAOES! Beautiful aD-silk brocaded Surah satin, in all the new shades, at 7vC. Nil ad os tor Evening Hr'oar. MENKEN BROTHERS. It is said that some of the alkahiids, which enter into the combination of Fellows' Hy pophosphites, are extracted from trees which attain to a great age, and that this fact sug gested to Mr. Fellows the idea of their em ployment. Whether the success of the prep aration ia due to this, we are not prepared to say, but the idea is a good one. l 1st era 1 Oysters ! ! Fresh Fish, Celery and Game received bv express daily by J. A. Signaigo, No.'s 278 and 20 Second street. Sole agent for the celebrated F Brand. Clocks! Clocks! Clocks! The largest stock and finest assortment of clocks ever brought to Memphis, for sale on easy weekly payments. You are invited to call and see them at the Domestic Sewing Machine office, 2G3 Second street. Half Only ! To-day, the great sale of fine goods at half price : $8 50 Brocaded Velvets, $4 50. 3 00 Brocaded Silks, 1 50. MENKEN BROTHERS. An Insane Man Is neyer a healthy oue In body. Dyspepsia and othet disorders arising from a disordered liver are mostly Uie caueof insanity. As a Freventive, gain and retain health by using r. Flagg's Improved Liver and Stomach Pad, that acts without internal medicines. Mothers! Mothers!! Mothers!!! Are you disturbed at night and broken of your resj by a sjck child suffering and crying with the excrutiating pain of cutting teeth? If so, go at once and get a bottle pi Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup. It will relieve the poor little sufferer imincdiately-dcpend upon it; there is no mistake about it. There is not a mother on earth who has ever used it who will not tell you at once that it will regulate tiw boaeU, and give rest to the mother, and relief and health to the child, operating like magic. It is perfectly safe to use in all cases, and pleasant to the taste, and is the prescription of oue of the oldest and best female physicians and imrst. in the United States. "Sold everywhere. Twenty fve cents a bottle. To-dat, To-pay, at silk arHr'ment- -MENKES BR0THr.no. A Foul-Mo.:.'Ued- Woman Is even worse than a foul-mou'-,le Wan. But no one need be foul-mouthed if they will only use SOZODONT and rub it in well I ' 11 t spare the brush and spoil the mouth, as some parents uo wuu ineir cniiuren they withhold the rod. phen Plain Silk Velvets, worth $2 anywhere in America, to-day for $1 25, at Menken Brothers. Christmas .Fruit Cake. Leave orders early for fruit cakes (the older the better). We make them all sizes, of good fruit, and use no currants. Ice cream every day. Fine candies a specialty at floyd's. They can't last always, these fine silks and velvets for half value at Menken Broth ers. Orders For Plumbing Promptly attended to. J. A. Bailey, Second street. 295 French Steam Iye-H'orks. Ladies' and gentlemen's goods dyed and HOTEL ABBIVALS. Peabodjr Hotel C. It. Galloway A Co., Proprietors. Rates 2 50, S3 and $4 per day. The house Is fur nished with a steam passenger elevator and is first class in every department Seventy-five rooms at 12 50 per day. At PeaboUy Hotel. November 29th. J E Carter, Knoxville V II Hart, N Y C S Marshall, Knoxville S lladldo, city .1 !' Peek, B Y C D New man, Miss J G Finnic. Chieairo shelbv Sevmour, N O D A Burton, Mo V B Caperton, B S N R P Waring, ir, city Jos Nichols, Hartford Ji u Howen. Oakland O H Williams. N Y Jas Lai'kev, Brownsville S ti Galbrcath, Texas J E Bir, Colorado y B Quigley, St Louis J C Rose Ark J M Taylor, Ark R Grace, agt Criterion co J E Brown. Ark C L Watts, Ark A T Milburn, Ark Mrs Ilurst, Ark N O Wormely, Ark J A M atne C3, atx KJanmhSt iximje J H Sweeny, Nashville H LAiidersc.n, Nashville w lisauric. jr. Nashville r. Knabe. Baltimore 8 D Sellers, Phila M C Nicholson. N Y Alex Moses. N O Lymington, London C D Olivar, Miss J A Jones, citv F R Hollingworth, HI W H H Benya'urd, USA J S Richardson, St Louis Arthur Fant, Miss J M Taylor, Miss C C Estell, Nashville W S Hays and wife, Miss J A Galbreath, Miss J T Steele, NY J Cunningham, Mason C J McOraw, Tenn J H Burt:-. St Louis B P Wilson. CoUien Ule W A Joplin, river R J Thompson, Miss (i W Morris. Miss O J Sherman, Miss T F Wright, Ark R R Fourman. Ark W D Munroc, Wythe A D H Sclvor, Chicago TC Iwis, St Loui L Miller, Balilmoie W T Carues. Miss J L Hall, Brownsville Isaac Murx. Cincinnati W E Morgan. Bristol Junius B Booth, N Y Thos Bums, N Y T H Lance, Miss s Coffin and wife, N Y MissC Fourman, Ark F A Palmer, Nashville Z Clint Collier, Chicago M Kulschwag, St Louis U A Wresley and wife, Chieag II C Nolen, Brownsville 1 A Snider. Cincinnati l'rank Evans and wife, New York Mme Marjeroni, N Y (iuusle DeForrest, N Y was svuue uurnonr, 1 Mrs Stoneall. New York At Uas ton's, Hnvember 29tta. H H Pearsall, Chicago W R Walker. Ya II L Meld, Mis R A Jones, c itv Tavlor. cliv W N Fielder, Friendship W K Houston, Ind A S Breuard. Nashville B B Straud. L and N H U W J Newton, Ark A S Blackwood. Ark J W Biggs, city D L Ferguson, Nodena M Freidmnn, St Louis Simon Moses, Oakland 8 M Patterson, Ark Joe Moore, Ark I Buist, Phila .1 W Burke. Cotfecville G A Todd, city B F Strand, L and N R R J E Helms, clt A L Glenn, Brownsville J M Bracken, D J M Bracken. Dssnburg W D Roberts, Ilyersburg R E Murrell, Tenn J S Anderson, Mo B G Covington, Tenn M P Alexander. Tenn Thus H Burns. N Y F H Slicpara, Dyersburg J W Eklridge. Miss s Perkins, Conn M Carat h, Somervillc .1 M Maior. Miss Miss Bnsaie uerorresi, John Cunningham. Mason New York C J MeCrsw, Calloway I) TMlis, Ark F B Rssland. jr. Tenn .1 M Reaves. Miss J T Barton, Marion G W Iiiekinson.Llne store A DcValcourt, St. Louis Wm Q Yergin, Greenville .1 w Little Bowling Green r Bedard, St Louis W R Crews. Miss J L Shill. Miss II H Pearsall, Chicago W G Terry, Tennessee G Franz. Stm T F Fekert M Greenwald. Miss W T Mct'rackea, Miss J I) Vivrett, Mifs W Bell, New Orleans CCPartec, Tenn Alfred Pirtle, Louisville C A Sparks, Ciiv A L Miller. Tenn H W Stot kley. Tipton G K McFadden, Ark Morgan Green, Kv .1 M Farnell, Oakland T II Lane E (j Withers, Miss EXOBMOFS REDUCTIONS DBESS GOODS. 11. LOWEXSTEES aV BROS. COAE. Pittsburg coal, Cannel coal, Anthracite coal. Wholesale ami retail. 1 Irders promptly filled by C. B. BRYAN & CO. A C ard. Editors Appeal Yesterday evening the Ledger contained a statement to the effect that Memphis Typographical Union, No. 11, had advanced the prices of composition to fifty cents per 1000 ems, which statement is false in every particular, and calculated to injure Memphis Union. The ledger is an unfair or non-Union office, and the animus of the report will be readily understood by L'uion men generally. By order of the board of directors. OLIVER bard, President Memphis Typographical Cuion No. U, A Grand Beputatiou. New York Vo,ld: " Warner's Safe Kidney and Liver Cure has reached a reputation that is not limited by the confines of section or coun try. There are no injurious substances nor false and temporary stimulants in the prep aration. It is purely vegetable and com pounded under a formula that has passed severe tests and won indorsements from some of the highest niedic.tl talent in the country.-' Tiik people appreciate fair dealing, and quickly buy legitimate bargains. At present to be found 1st Menken Brothers. St. Andrew's Bay. The annual banquet of St. Andrew's so ciety will be given thjs evening, the thirtieth instant, at the Merchant's club-room, over Crystal Palftce saloon. Members and invited guests will meet at the book store cf Young & Bro., under t)dd Fellows hall, at 8 o'clock this evening. Supper at 9 o'clock, sharp. Five-Dollar Satin de Lyon for $2 50, at Menken Brothers. Neuril Cures Neuralgia instant ly. A few drops applied kills the pain. New si.c 50 cents. G. W. Jones & Co. agents. It is surprising that sensible men will con tinue to suffer from kidney trouble when there is a cheap and elltctive remedy within their reach. Use Day's Kidney Pad. Great Is the rush for the extraordinary bargains in line velvets and silks at Menken Brothers. Telephone Your Orders For plumbing and gas fitting to Phil J. Mallon & Co., 204 Main street. Eadies or Memphis, None know better than you what a genuine bargain is. Xoae can appreciate fine goods better. Now is your opportunity. All fine goods at half price. MENKEN BROTHERS. JEWELERS. BOOTS AND SHOES. Leading Shoe Store in Southwest. SPECIALTIES In Ladies'. Gents' and children's Handmade Goods of the finest and best makes ..duced Lu the world. For comfort, try our COM tAv. "uuOES. ForchUdren, try our SOLAR MON sF..vJt. Practical and dura- TIP SCHOOL SHOES, tne "ted ble shoe in existence. All our goods are . ; and sstixfuctiou guarauted in every respect. Goods aentC. O. D. ZEI.LNER A CO MONUMENTS. F. H. VENN&GO. Successors to Anderson, Venn A Co. DEALERS IN MABBEE AXD ORANITE MONUMENTS! 58 to 62 E. Court St., MEMPHIS, : : : TENNESSEE WE KEEP ON HAND A LARGE AND WELL selected stock of Marble and Grsuslte Monuments, ss well as a great variety of Tomb stones. Our facilities for Importing Artistic Wsrk I ro 111 Italv are mbs! to rniv Bray walls great ours and attention is given to the Ornamental . . , . . m smi ' ' " - 1 1 'jrwsw-vfai sjm.1 f im unrarf APEBIEXT. ftHHsttN ' THE CI' RATI we Ct7P. Crowned with foam is the goblet, but 'tis not cnampague. Source of headaches, and heartaches, and gastric distress ; Tis the SKLTZftt Aperient, a balm for the brain, And a cure for the evils produced bv excess. It tempers the blood, the clogged system relieves, corrects tn ioui wixunacii, tne liver controls. New life from the draught every oran achieves. And a cloud from the mind of the Invalid rolls. Such are the effects of Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient, the portable representative of tne famous .seiuer spring, ana tne most agreeaoie and efficient of alteratives. SOLI) BY ALL PRl'GGISTS. COFFEE ROASTFAG. NOTICES. Notice to Shippers Fbkioiit Oktick i MisSISSIPi'I AND TENVKS3F.K R.UI.ttOAD CO , MKMinus, November '., I860. ) SJ xhe warehouses of this Company will be closed promptly at 1 :30 o'clock p.m. Positively no freight received after that hour. P. (. WOODS. Freight Agent. CEOTHFAG. SACRIFICE IN AT 227 MAIN Greatest sits rgitinx Ever Known AT THE GREAT WESTERN CLOTHING HOUSE Now i Your Time to Invest Your Money in CEOTHEKG. $50000 Worth of CEOTHIAG to be Sac rificed at Slaughtering Price. Read Price List of Our Wonderful REDUCTIONS! CVT THIS OUT AND BRING IT WITH YOU Our $10 suits reduced to S G 50. Our Sl'J suits reduced to 8 00. Our $15 suits reduced to Our S18 suits reduced to Our S20 suits reduced to Our Sio suits reduced to Our $30 suits reduced to 10 CO. 1L fill. 15 00. 18 50. 20 00. Our $10 overcoats reduced to SO 50. Our $12 fine Chinchillas Deduced to $8. Our SI 5 line Beavers reduced to $10. Our $15 Ulsters (Fav (Jaiwimeies) reduced to S10. Our $20 fine worsted overcoats reduced to $15. Our I G boys' suits reduced to $ 4 00. Our $ 8 boys' suits reduced to 6 00. Our $10 boys' suits reduced to 8 00. Our $15 boys' suits reduced to 10 00. We also have an immense line of boy-', children's and youths' overcoats, which we will sell at sl.niohtcring prices. We will also place on sale ine thousand pairs cassiinere pants, warranted all wool, tor the nominal sum of $3. These are good value at fifty per cent advance, and pamiot be duplicated for less than $5. You are cordi.,11 invited to inspect the above prices. This is a rare chance for such bargains. Every one should take advantage ol the same. l)o not buy one dollar's vi orth of clothing until you ex amine our immense low prices. Do not mis take the place. GREAT WESTERN CEOTHEKG HOISE Main Street.' - - 227 237 GROCERS. WILL- BUI AT 10 pound Standard A Sugar, 11 pounds) C Sugar, S pounds Good Roasted Collcc 2 pounds Good Green Tea, 2 pounds, Good Rluek Tea, 2 pounds Choice Mixed Tea, 12 pound New Prunes, IS pounds Rest German Soap, :U pounds Fresh Oal Meal. 14 pounds Good Rice, IO pounds Apple Ruder. ISlbs best .Sell-Rising Ruckwheat " All goods retailed nt wholesale prices. Oon't bay a dollar's wortli until j ou call and see onr goods and prires, or send for onr Complete Price List. " All goods Parked und nellyered Free to all Stcambouts anil Depots, or any part of the elty. WM. DEAN & CO. NO. ISO POPL AR ST. COTTON BEYER, ' COMPLETE 'Corral. CLEAMR. IB CHAMPION GINS and HULLERS FOR SALE BY geo. h. latham (Successor to E. Hobsrt & Co.) COTTOIT BUYER, Room 20, 304 Front Street, REPRESENTS BAKRT, THAYER & CO (Successors to THAYER, BRIGHAM A CO.) BOSTOX, MASH. Liberal Casta Advances made on Con signment, to I In in, or Correspondent. SSSSSSSBB1 c2'E'E . Si!??! Q sT CO gS.53Sti "3 3 I CO SS 25 H 3 S ImlJ S-llfiP 8 " m LU s s! till! W a Jam IMMENSE CLOTHING SI 00 DEAN'S C!.1 1 I . a. st : sU-. - --. ' LEUBRIE BROS. POPULAR AND PROGRESSIVE HOUSE! IMMENSE CLEARING SALE! The Great Success Attending our Efforts, induces us to Reduce the Prices of Our Entire Stock in the 1 Early Part of the Season to Give All a CHANCE FOR RARE BARGAINS WHEN GOODS ARE NEEDED. LEUBRIE OUR PRICES DRESS GOODS. Suitings, 10, 12 1-2, 17 1-2 and 20c Brocade Noyelties, 20, 25 and 30c. Wool Momies,32 l-2c; cheap at 50c Armures, wool, 27 12, 30c up. Shoodah, 32 1-2 up to 90c. Handsome Scotch Plaids, 12 1-2 up to 95 cents. Silk anWool No velties,45c to $3 50 The largest assortment of the celebrated and well-known indelible Chappas Cachmeres, From 30e, 70c up to 81 75. The beauty and durability of Chappas Dress Fabrics are so well known that we will not elaborate on their merits, but will only say that we never had such fine qualtics for so low prices, being 10 to 12c under last season. ELCOAXT French Dress Goods, From 81 to 81 SO. Unrivaled Collection of Rich and Branti- Celebrated SaXOH-Beauty Kids! ful Fabrics. It is hardly necessary for ns to say any- These include most of our Paris purchases, thing about these gloves. Their durability and are by all odds the best exhibit in high- has been tested by thousands of our CU8 class Goods we have ever shown. They are tomcrs. Our fall importation is now in. in all the most popular colors and effects, and are worthy of an inspection bf every lady. UNDERWEAR For Ladies, Men nnd Children, AT ALL PRICES. In French Xaii, T. 'A, 11 LEUBRIE BROTHERS, MILLINERY MEN'SANDBOYS' BOOTS & SHOES. And Millinery Goods. Our stock comprises the most OF Millinery Novelties ! We claim for our goods that they are superior in "style," finish and texture to any in Memphis at the same prices. IMS, . Bills. SATIN AND GROS GRAIN No. 7,10c; No. 9, 124c; No EXAMINE Flowers. Feathers. AT XEff YORK PRICES LEUB The finest assortment CARRIAGES. OWEN LILLY, PRACTICAL BUILDER OF FINE ' T 1 1 X I 1 j Light Carriages. T KEEP A BELECT STOCK exclusively of L as own man u far In it, CONSTANTLY OS HAND. I am also prepared to build (TO ORHER) an j or all or the modern style, or Hoc. arlea, and Family Carriages now In use. I use nothing but the. VERY BEST MATERIAL, ami employ strictly nrst-class mechanics. HEJP AIRING, In all Its branches, done promptly and in the be: t ma nsr. igjPI I.I I.I. V. 4 I UaiiM.i. TlAnlCU l"J" hmis. iT ... . . ye". nosji., i. ajMifc Vat mm Blankets, C LIVE SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES. IKS, VELVETS. All shades of Satins, 50c. Black and Colored Silks, 65e up. Black and Colored Silk Velvets, from 1 up. We call especial attention to our silk-finish Velveteens, 50c to $x Suits, Cloaks, Dolma inal Ladies' and Misses' Suits and ion a-, Jersey Walking Jackets, English Walking Jackets, black and all new fall shades, $3 50. $5 50, $7 np. Handsome Dolmans, in plain and diagonal cloths,trimmed passementerie fringe, etc., $7 50, ss 75, $10, $12 np. Circulars and Clsters, $4, $5 50, $6 75 up i Black anil Colored Heaver Cloaks, flnelv ! trimmed nasscmcnterie,siUi & fringe, $4 50, $5, $7 50 up. ? EEEBRIE BROS.' and they excel all former seasons In street mid evening shades. It may be well, however, to quote the prices: 2- Bntton, 90c 4-Bntton, 1.25 3- Button,1.00 6-Bxtttou, 1.50 Every pair warranted. We have the exclusive sale of these gloves. inn doth, riauji nl Q stilish Sstiia, Aipaca,;All- Wool Flannels. Our $1 Trimmed Felt Skirt, full size, is the Bargain of the Season. CLOTHING. Our stock of Clothing for. Boys' and Children's Wear is the largest and finest we have ever offered for inspection. We are showing an immense stock of all grades of goods, from a Cheap School to a Fine Bress Suit. We cordially invito every one to call and exam ine our immense stock and see our Nobby Styles. We will not only sell you Better Goodsand at Lower Prices than any other store in the ! country, hut guarantee every arti cle to be as represented. Any goods purchased from us and not proving satisfactory can be ex changed any time within thirty days, if in good order, or money will be refunded. Take the Elevator to Fpper Floor. Flips, Frap PASSEMENTERIE, FICHUS, CHEMISETTES, "UNDERWEAR. All Latest Novelties in NECKWEAR! RE oiiorts, Hausefurnishing; Goods CARPETS. of New Styles ever opened. Prices the Lowest Quoted. I HI A. C. TREADWELL. A. B. TREADWELL. a 8. TREADWELL. A. C. Ss A. B.TrGadwell Se Co. WHOLESALE GROCERS AND No. 11 UnioR Ktreet, Memphis, Tejro. TUCKER, TuRNAGE & CO, Grocers, Cotton Factors, Comm'n Merchauts 204 pmt STREET, MEMPHIS, TENN. BIROS SfflEifool FLANNELS. The Plain White Wool Flannels, at 18, 92 and 25c. The Plain Scarlets, at 20, 25 and 80c, Are Bargains Unparalleled. Twilled Scarlet Flannels, full Cochined dye, highly recommended for their ant 1 rhenntatic properties, 83, 85 and 40c per jard. Tfce celebrated All-Wool Shaker Flannels are warranted not In shrink in washing I if ordinary carets tuwu. ' The 8-4 White at 65c, The 8-4 Scarlet at 70c, : The 3-4 Gray at 65c, Are Unavwal Bargains. i Ladies' Cloths ana trainm Flannels, In all the Fashionable Colors. Serviceable Hosiery. LADIES' i Balbriggan Hose, seasonable weights, 2oe per pair. Fleeced Cotton Hose, 25c per pair. Brown Mixed Hosiery, 3 pairs for $1. Fancy Colored Hose, 8 pairs for $1. Solid Colored Hose, all colors, 50c per pair. CHILDREN'S HOSIERY. The finest line and greatest variety ever shown, all qualities, from 25c per pair. :MEN'S HOSIERY. Fancy styles Cotton Half Hose, 25c per pair. A great variety of styles, 3 pairs for $1 Scotch Wool Half Hose, 50c per pair. All our Hosiery is full regular made and full fashioned. We have lower and finer grades than those quoted, but they are recom mended for their durable qualties. THE BEST GOODS FOB THE LEAST MONEY! Keep only the Best Makes. Our $1 and $1 50 Corsets Have no equals in this market. mix LIKES OF FINER QUALITIES Embracing- all the Popular Staapea, at Our USUAL LOW PRICES. MMate Mips AND ZEPHYR GOODS. LADIES' ELEVATOR FOR upper floor. ROTHERS. BIROS BEJAGHS SPECIAL ALE -OF- Crumb-Cloth Rugs, Door Mats AND WINDOW SHADES Of all Descriptions. The folio wins lota were de layed on the road and ar rived yesterday. They will be offered for sale to-morrow morning: 1 pes best three-ply carpets (same as we offered two weeks agol 90c; worth $1 a') per yard. 5 pes lawt all-wool two-ply, 60c: worth tl 10 pes all-wool filling carpets, 50c ; worth A&c. a pes Brussels, 86c ; worth fl 2S. 10 pes double Ingrain, very heavy, 40c; worth 00e. 10 pes double ingrain, very heavy. 35c; worth 50c. 5 pes ingrain carsst, iaSe. worth 40c. 20 pes new hemp, very beet, 'J0c ; worth 25e . Stair carpeting, c ; worth 40c. Stair linen. 15c: worth 25c. Brussels Hufrs, tl, elsewhere 11 50 eaoh. Brussels Rugs, tl 50, elsewhere ti each. Brussels rugs, largest site, j.1 50, elsewhere t3 50 each. Door Mats, 75c, elsewhere tl 25 each. Oilcloth Mats, 50c, elsewhere tl each. Oilcloth Mats. 75c, elsewhere tl 25 each. Window Shades, all colors, tl, elsewhere fj 50 pair. Blankets and Comforts. Immense Barcafns in Blankets and Comforts. Good Gray Blankets, tl pair. Full-Sute White Bed Blankets, t2 50, worth tt 60 a pair. One lot of slightly damaged Gray Blankets, 82 Ta, worth tl a pair. Dulls! Dolls! Dolls! t5000 worth of Dolls, of every description, at Wholesale and Retail, for less than auy other House in the South. Special Bargalni in Toys of all kinds, Toilet Sets, Vases, Cabinets, Tea Seta, iu cndluss variety, and at prices much, less than elsewhere. Send your orders iu time. Special Bargains. Waterproof, in all colors: Cashmeres, Herlnoa, Brocaded Dress Goods, PIsids, Alpacas and Dress Goods of all kinds, at special low prices this week. ONLY AT BEJACH'S. 100 White Crochet Spreads, tl, worth tt 75. 100 Full-siic While Spreads. 40e, worth 75c. 100 Heavv White Spreads, 75c, worth tl 25. 100 Very Heavy Colored Bed Spreads. All Wool, t2. worth t3 50. 5 doz Ladies' Crochet Shawls, 75c, worth tl 25. 5 dox Ladies' Full-slic Strijied Shawls, 75c," worth tl25. 25 pes Ail-Wool Red Flannel, 20c, worth 30c 25 pes All-Wool Red Flannel, 25c, worth 36c. 10 ics All-Wool Red Flannel, SOc, worth 40c. 10 pes All-Wool Red Flannel, Finest, Sic, w'th NOa 25 ik-s White Flannel, 15c, worth 25c. 10 pes Very Heavy Gray Twilled Flannel, iae, worth 25c ONLY AT BEJACH'S. The Following Specialties Will Be 0ffere4 at Our Notion Department: 20 doz Children's Silk Handkerchiefs. 10s, worth 2V each. 25 doz Brocaded Silk Handkerchiefs, 25c, worth 50c each. 10 doz Very Fine Silk Handkerchiefs, Tic, worth tl 25 each. 20 pea All-Silk Veiling, 25c, worth 50c a yard. ONLY AT BEJACH'S. Kid Gloves! Kid (.loves! One more lot of Uie Sara Bernhardt Kid Oinrc 3 and ntton. all c.V li -in j.ice SOc. wrth i laid uaysoa Kids in C bnttons, Beiaeh'a pries 75c. worth t2. Dress buttons of every description, 5e per dos. 50 doz. feltskirts, very- heavy and trimmed, Tie, worth tl 50 each. ONLY AT BEJACH'S. Ladles' In tier wear! 25 doz Ladies' Chemise, 25c, worth 60s. 10 doz Ladies' Chemise. 85c, worth 80s. 10 dox Ladles' Chemise, 60c, worth t5o. 5 dox Indies' Chemise, 65c, worth ML 10 doz Ladies' Skirts. 35c, worth G0C. 12 doz Ijidics' Skirts, 50c, worth 8&c 10 doz Ladies' Skirts, 75c. worth tl 25. 10 doz Ladles' Long Gowns, tl, worth t2 each. Gents' Furnishing Goods. 100 doz. gents' white merino undershirts, Jfts each. Gents' silk-lined merino undershirts, 60s, worth tl each. Gents' wool undershirt, 75c, worth tl 25 sash. Gents' West knit undershirts, tl 25, worth t3 eash. !.'- hest unlaundried shirts, SOc, worth tl each. Gents' best dress shirts, 75c, worth tl H Gents' percale shirts, 46c, worth tl. ONLY AT BEJACH'S. In Our House-Furnishing Department You w ill find a new lot of coal hods, 50o, else where tl each. Painted coal hods, 75c, elsewhere tl 25 each. Fainted covered coal hods, tl, elsewhere $'-. Complete fire sets, stand, poker, tongs, shovsL 75c, elsewhere SL Hatchet and sleakbeater combined, only 36. each. Looking-glasses, all sizes, at half-price. Large Japanned waiters, 25, 30, 40, 80e, worm double. Coal shovels, pic plates, Jelly plates, sake pane. ge each. Rodgers's best triple-plated silverware, warranted to be plated on white metal and never to tarnish. Dinner knives, tl 75. worth t3 a set. Tablespoons. 12 25, worth 13 75 a set. Table forks, 12 25, worth 13 75 s set. Teaspoons, tl 50, worth 1-' 60 a set Glassware. Onr celebrated engraved goblets at 10c Ghisb set of 6 pieces, 60c per set. BOOTS AND SHOES. 15 cases gents' full stock kip boots, extra lona. 12, worth t3 50 pair. . 20 cases good, heavy men's boots, 11 69, worth 18 pair. 10 cases full stock calf boots, r' I 60, worth tt sail, 10 cases boys' boots, 1 to 5, tl 50, worth tt 50 pair. 10 cases hoys' boots, 10 to 13, tl, worth 11 50 pair. 5 cases children's boots, red tops, tl, worth tl 50 pair. 10 cases ladles' sewed goat shoes, tl, worth tl W pair. 10 cases ladies' kid shoes, custom-made, tl H, worth S:t pair. 5 cases children's best sewed shots, 76c, worth tl 25 pair. All the above will be found at!the only establishment of the kind in the South. BFJACH & BRASH. New York Toy Co. 223 MAIN STREET. WE AREOI'EN FOR BUSINESS! Nothing: like it this Bide of Mew York City. Choh est Stock ol Toys ever aeon in Memphis. And nothing but Toys. i teTlicrc Is nothing in the TOY line we do not keep. Come and see us. Orders Y-om the country will be promptly tilled. ' New Tork Toy Co., Wheel-Barrows, Wagronf. Dsll-Bog fles, Beds, Chain, Hocking. Hornet, ables, Wardrobes of aU Kinds at Wholesale and Retail. DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS! DOLLS t From 6c to $15 eaoh. AIX AT THC 223 Main S- mm Malis