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Special and Local.
ttOBT. OATES, Local Editor.
MOBILE AND OHIO ROAD.
PiiMiimr train for Mo
bile 11:57 .m. 12:07
I pre train from Co
lumbus, Ky.. 11:0 p.m.
tuiTMi train for Co
lumbus. 7:30 a.m.
I.aancrr train far Co
lumbus, Kr .'. 8:90 p-m. M p.
Mississim cknthal road.
Puclinr Train for
HamboldL. 8:85 pja. a 40 p.m.
boldt, -. .7:05 a.m. 7:13 a.m.
These trains eo no further than
Pamenrer train torN.
Orleans. 1119p.m. 1115 p.m.
Expreaa train rer flaw
Orleans, 11:90 p.m. 11:35 p.m.
M oaossle Pleat la fa of JackMB.
J sCkson Lor No. 45. J. J. O'Connor,
W. John G. Mann. Becy., Meets th i
Friday each month.
Sr. John's LorxiB, Mo. tutL. T.
Lindner. VT. J. N. Hall, Sec'y. MwU
lit Monday each month.
cTiictow R. A. t'HAr-rxR, No. 8. R.
I. ClmU-r, H. I'.; Jan. O'Connor, IC; J. K.
Cbippr.ll. g. Meets 3d Friday each month.
J ACKdow coithctl. So. IS, B. A 8. M.
Rev. A. W. Jonee.T. I.O.M. J. K. Chap.
lell. Recorder. Meets 4th Monday each
I. O. O. F.
MAiiaoi Lodob. No. 18. N. K. Ls-
eartar. N. Oj J. T. Stark. V. A. C.
Caldwell. P. J. H. Jones, H. Si. Hani
every Thursday night.
Stark ExCAMFMiwr, No. 10. Morris
JaretzkT. C. P R. K, Pasblell. IL P W.
P. Rabertsoa, Bar I be. Meeta every Id and
4th Tneaday, each mrnth.
Sons of Temperance.
Jackson IMvUlon, No. 88, J a. Bcherma-
horn, W. P.; met erery Taeaday night,
at T peranoe Hall, opposite tba Methodist
War. L. Hakkis.R. B.
Buy the old Reliable '
Arrow Tie. Wholeaale and reta'l, by
J. M. PARKER A CO.
Can be bought cheaper than ever they
were told In till market. Call at Champi
on Mill. II you want the beet wagon mad.
We guarantee tbem.
nrllMt CONGER A BOND.
ill of our -Arrow Cotton
J. M. PARKER A CO.
AT PRIME COST.
Owing to our Milliner leaving we will
sell our Bon neta, Hats, Feather , Flowers
Ac, at prime eoat. No bnmbag. Call and
ROBERTSON A BOTTS.
55"Kllt'8 Spectacles are guar-
an teed to give entire satisfaction.
QTSapoIio, Price's Baking Powder, Beat
Soda, Cream Tartar, Flavoring Extract,
and everything for housekeeper's purposes,
at Pybaa Drug Store.
Fancy Candle, Stick Candy (fresh) Figs,
(new crop), NuU, Raisin, and a full line
ol Fruit and Confectionery generally, at
Mahaffy'a old aUnd.
(fiKelly's Spectacles, only $2 per
We wholeaale and retail the celebrated
Arrow Cotton Tie, every one of which we
warrant. J. M. PARKER A CO.
We wiah to eall yoor attention to our ex
tensive wholesale stock ef Groceries snd
Liquors we are Juat receiving, exclusively
' l'r the wholeaale trade:
125 caaea 7 uteri, 1 and i lbs.
10 " Sardine.
75 boxes freah nice candles, saaorted.
13 groa Prize Candy at Cincinnati price
05 p'kg Crackers In bbl's snd boxen. In.
eluding Otnger Snapp, Cream Biscuits,
Cracknell Biscuits and Pearl Oyiter
25 p'kgs Virginia snd Kentucky Tobac
eos, ia caddies, quarter and half boxes.
13000 Cigars, from $23 to 975 per thousand.
20u packages Liquors, Including all the
beat branda Iteurbon, Rye and Robert
son County Whiaklea, and good low
priced Common Whiaklea, In package,
Irom 6 gal to a bbl Wines of all kind,
French, Apple snd Teach Brandies,
Oin, Rum, Ginger Brandy and Ginger
Wine, Green A Clark's Mo. Oder snd
Aromatic Wine Inbblssnd cases. We
make pare Robertaon county Whisky a
60 boxea caiullra.
60 " Cheete, best Ohio Fsvtory snd
23 boxes Dried Herrings.
600 liti Nulta, Alraonda, Pecana, Filbert
and Cream Nuts, in boxes from. 10 to
10 bbl beat St. Louis Vinegar, at St. Lou.
13 doz Brooms at factory price.
40 boxes Flasks, q'ts. p'ts snd half pts.
100 groas Cork, qXp't, half p't and jug.
30 boxea Pepper, from 10 to 25 lbs.
30 boxes Alaplce, " 10 to 5ft -
75 ream wrapping paper.
2 bbls psper wrapping twine
50 lbs Baling Twins in X lb ball8
2000 Psper Bags.
A large lot of Pepper Sauce, Tomato
Cataup, Matches, Sosp, O. D. and Water
proof Caps, Shot, Balaine, Figs, etc.
We propose te lurnlah the trade with the
above named geods st Louisville and St.
Louia prii-ea, considering quantity, freigbt,
We alao keep a large stock ot bar fix.
turns and are prepared to furnish every,
thing neceiwary for fitting up Saloons, stock
12 dozen Labeled Bar Bottles, black.
0 " " Duck Bar Bottles, epal
3 dozen Labeled Bitters and Pepper
mint bottle, black.
12 dosrn extra Bur Bottle Stoppera, with
57 ilozrn Bar l unibkro, all sizes and
quality, including Ale Glasaea and
Beer Muga, B.tr Sugar, Bar Spoons,
Sugar Dlnlie., Saloon Cantera, Glaaa
Candy Jam, Ae.
P. 8. Jut rweived for the country trade,
a large Ut of new crop molaaaes, sugnr, cof
fee and rice, ami a car load of Flour.
3t SMITH A 8TEGALL.
1 Xeed Money !
And will make it Interesting for all wh
come to see ma on business.
ceptntf Morris Jabktzxy.
pgrLadies and genta
Chains, at Kelly's.
J. V. GLASS & SONS'
New Goods ! !
lower price, bought expressly to sell
jou tor lite
or for yeur November want. Some choice
Drens Gooila, t;loaka, Shwls, Glove, Blan
keU, Ac, Ac.
(jBcautifull setts of Misses Jew
elry, at Kelly's.
Jnt received a fine ssaortment ef all
kinds and size of Hooks, Cotton. Flax and
Silk Line, and everything neceraary for
flihermen's use, at PYBAS' Drug Store.
(fSleeve Buttons in great varie
ty, at Kellt'8.
For u reim-d.v that will relieve and cure
I ich.-, Toothacll . .-eiiraiici. jwn,
..1. c'raiin and
Pain. a quick ami ef-
Wm.K. Jote. Jackson:
r.ii A- KoberW and
, Tcna. r or aale by
PendUton A Keith,
1 I.,, l-. kson. Tenn., and J. S. Fiel.
rs-Just opened a large Btock of
Successors to MOORE, EADER & CO.
tDoorj Sash and Blind Factory ,
358 & 360 SECOND STREET,
Office and Warerooms, 364 Second
IJvLOORINa, Mantles, Moulding", Cornices, Ceiling, lattice Work. Door and Win.
dow Frame and Cantnirs: Weather-Boarding, Base Boards, Turning, Shelving
and Countera, KCROLL-WORK. NEWKL lOST3, BALfoTEUS, etc, ou hand and
mads te order. Bend tor Price Lint and Molding Book.
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER, ROUGH OR DRESSED.
Sept 16, lS71-m
Dr. C. P. Duncan, formerly of Denmark,
baa purchased Capt. Keith's Interest In
tba Drugg Arm of Pendleton A Keith, on
Main tract. Dr. Duncan ia gentleman
of education and experience, of integrity
and ability, aid we cordially welcome him
aa a citizen, and hope that bla sojourn In
eur midst will be both pleaaant and profit
frThe largest stock of Specta
cles ever opened ia Jackson, at Kel
ly's. tSTKead notice of Tennessee Medical In
firmary in another column.
Dickinson, William A Co., CoUon Fac-
tora and General Commission and Produce
Merchants, 210 Front street, Memphis.
(TiTRotrers & Bro., celebrated Sil-
I ver-ware, kept at Kelly's.
Ninety-feur acres of heavily timbered
land wltbln i milea of the Court House,
and adjoining Tom Robinaon's Saw Mill.
Timber chiefly oak, cypreaa, hickory and
gum. Price, reasonable, or will exchang
for city property, improved or unimproved,
Apply at the Post Office, or to Jno. W
dates. Ileal Estate Agent, septgtf
I am Now Selling
Out my hounehold furniture at private
lie. C. KRATII
CITY ANUCeil.UTI ITEins.
Prbachixo. -The Rev. A. II. Tbomaa,
of Memphis, will preach at the East Metho
dist church to-morrow morning, (Sunday,)
at 11 o'clock.
NoticbtoTax Pabrs. Cost will be
awHiaaeil to all taxes not psid by the xuth
December. J. M. McREE.
Stat and County Tax Collector.
November lOlh, 1371.
Fat aud Juicy. Tbs beef dispensed at
Golf's stall in the market bouae on Tuesday
was truly epicurean fat, tender snd juicy,
sir. lion always Keeps tne ut, anil I one
of the most live and reliable market men in
th city. Try him.
The Jackson String Bsnd led by Frank
Clark and the inimitable Rosy, furn lulled
last week at Tomllu'a Hall as fine music as
we ever heard. This band haa but few
equals, and no superiors anywhere hi the
Farsa Beat. From the twenty-
fifth of December next, the plantation one
and a half milea west from Jackson, lying
on the Campbell road, beyond Sandy
Branch, will be leased for the year 1873, or
for a longer term. . For term etc, spply to
novl8-.lt Jno. W. Campbell.
Mr. Mstthsw Lane,ef this county, placed
on our table last week, a well developed
ear Of corn which contained 1103 full grains.
A finer specimen we never saw. Who can
Music The Berger Family, the world
renowned Swiss BWl Ringers, will exhibit
In Tomlln's Hall, on the evenings of the
27th to 30th of this month. Their per.
formaneels wonderful as well as delightful,
snd sll who love the musie of sweet bells
in tune should be on band.
UOMXHl Homkh!! -If you want to get a
home in Jackson or the county, call on me.
ct28-lm Robt. B. Hurt.
Strayed ok Stolbi Late on Saturday,
Nov. 4th, in front of Monroe Mitchell's
Grocery, one black horse, about UK hands
high, star In the forehead, and five years
old. Any Information leading to his recov
ery will be rewarded by the sutscrlber, at
Capt. Mann's farm. '
2w WM. PARBISIL
W. S. Wisdom, Esq., one of the oldeat
and most distinguished citizens of Jlo
Nalry county, and of Wert Tennessee, is
lying dangerously ill at his residence in
Purdy. His son, Col. D. M. Wisdom, one
of the editors of thla paper, has been
called to the bedside of bis afflicted father.
Pkr.sonau One of old Henderson's wor-
thleot sons, J. W. Anderson, is now with
the Grocery firm of J. J. Anderson A Co.,
of this city. niahet of friend in Hender.
son county will not fall to hunt blm up
when visiting the city. They want bar
gains, and J. W. Anderson is the very man
for them to trust.
Our city "dads" have kindly consented,
at last, to let us have gaa lights. They or
dered on Wednesday night, the construe
tjon and erection of fifty lamps with fix
The Chins, Glass and Queansware table
of J. A. Collins, in Floral Hall during the
Fair, was one of the richest displaya of ta
ble furniture we ever saw. It attracted
universal attention by the variety, beauty
and taateful arrangement of the goods.
Mr. Collins makes this department a spe
ciality, and keeps the finest and best assort,
ed stock In the city. He authorizes us to
ay that he has all the gooda in his house
of which he had sample on exhibition
during the Fair. It any of our reader
want China, Glaaa and Quernsware, they
should not fail to call on
J. A. COLLINS.
The improvements in this city, during
the year, will double that of any year la its
bNtory. Even a blind man csn see that
Jackson is destined to be the Indianapolis
ol the South-west. The few old foyyg yet
left among us, thould be curried with a
sharp tooth rake, until their tlusgish blood
is made to flow In harmony with the spirit
ot the hour. Live, enterprising, ambitioua
men, men who think ot the future, and
would be with the foremost in the great
race of life, have no time to waste on grum
blers or stand-stills, or selfii-h misers, or
uct who prefer the twilight of the past to
the sunlight of the future. Men that won't
move vith us, must be armed oft the high.
way, and ft in the diicb and mire.
Person desiring anything n the line ot
Builders' Hardware, such as Leeks of every
description, Hinges, Gate and Dior Latches,
Sash Fastenings, Ac, Ac, shoul 1 call on C.
T. Batks, who has the Largest and most
complete stock ever brought to this market.
He also keeps Sash, Doors, F.llnds, Mould
ing and Brackets constantly on hand.
Fixb WntBS Ap Liquors Served up
in nnequalcd style at the "Hole in the
Wall," No. 29 Monroe Street, opposite - Pea
bbdy Hotel. Also a free lunch every day,
epicurean in every respect. The lovers ot
"good things" should not fail to call at this
saloon when visiting Memphis. ap.22-ly
CoL W. J. Sykes, of Memphis, and others
will address the citizens of Jackson on
Thursday next, the 23d, at the Court House
on the subject of our railroad and manu
facturing Interests. A large attendance 1
expected. Let all be ambitious of showing
that they are alive to the future of our
growing young city.
The well-known grocery firm ot A. C.
Treadwell A Bro's, of Memphis, respeetlul.
ly Invite attention to their card in another
column, and a ahare of the trade of this
Pbxmiux Staixioj. The two year old
stallion of J. U. Morfett, of Henderson,
which took the premium ut our Fair, wan
one of the Quest animals we ever saw.
Thorough breed, its pure blood showed in
every movement, and we congratulate Its
owner and old Henderson upon the posses
sion ot so spleadid an animal. Mr. Morfett
l a live man. a great fancier of blooded
stock, and we hope to see him again next
Fall, contesting for premiums In the great
West Tennessee Fair.
Street, between Union and Gayoso,
Wanted, at ICofly's Greenbacks.
He has an abundance of meat and drink,
of wit and humor, but be would like to
have these substantias seasoned or dashed
with a little of the spice and sugar of
greenback. Not that he is over fond of
tjreetiM, but because an occasional dish of
greens is absolutely necessary to prevent
scurvy. Now Rosy is a bi-hcarted fellow,
but to keep hi fresh young heart in har
mony with his ambition, it is necessary to
occasionally festoon it with green-bsck.
When wreathed in these evergreens of
modern ambition, Itosy's heart is as fret-h
bounding and beautiful as a dream of love;
but when tbey wither or are not, how can
Rosy bloom. Ob, tbink ot this, ye who
owe tribute to Rosy, and make glad the
waste place ot hie heart by planting graeav.
backs there a growth more staunch, beau
tiful and desirable than even the cedars of
Warm ajid Comportaklk. The best
HEATER, ever In Jackson, Is the Keyter
Furnace. Call at my store and enjoy the
Summer Temperature, while out is cold
For Store, Dwellings, and any apart
ment you want as warm as a Toast, get the
Kr.YSER Ft' KNACK.
For sale at my store,
TIIOS. J. CAHCTHERS.
SuccKSMFi'L Drawings). Our accom
plished friend, John II. Freeman, of this
city, drew from the matrimonial lottery, on
the 31st of October, a beautiful, noble and
loving wife the jewel of jewels, the capi
tal prize, above all price. On the 4th of
November following he drew tle elegant
cabinet inlaid ti rover A Baker Sewing Ms
chine, which was raffled off at the West
Tennessee Fair. Thus the mcrn of his
wedded life breaks doubly bright. He has
the jewel, and the cabinet to set it in.
A Fink Rrsidkncb Destroyed by
Fikk. The fine residence ol J. M. Parker,
on the corner of Main and Royal streets.
was consumed by fire on the morning ef
the 15th. It caught about seven o'clock, it
is supposed irom a defective flue in the
cook room, and in a few moments, even
be I ore the sounding of the alarm, the flames
were beyond control. Fire Company No. 1
was promptly on the grounds.and through
their highly disciplined efforts, aided by
several citizen, most of the furniture was
saved, and the residence of Mr. Trezevant,
close by, prevented from taking lire. The
loas over and above insurance, will reach
at least flMiQ. Mr. Parker's wife and
daughter made a narrow escape from the
burning building. The bnuselers family
have the sympathies ot the entire commu
nity, and every kindnesa and attention
necessary, in their sad calamity, was
The following list embraces some of the
leading articles, out of thirty, upon which
R. H. Anderson A Co., of this city, took
premmmns at our great Fair. The display
of Agricultural Implements by this enter
prising firm on the occasion of the Fair,
both in quality and variety of goods, sur
passed anything ever exhibited in this
country. We publish the list below with
pride and pleasure, evidencing as it doe
the eilris, eofcerpri autt genius , of of
Jackson's largest denier. Let every culti
vator of the soil read this splendid array of
premiums, and it they want the best im
plements manufactured, and premium
goods, be sure to call on R. II. Anderson A
Co. They are manufacturer's agents for
all the goods mentioned in the following
list, and challenge competition in any ol
them. They all took premiums:
Rest one-horse Steel Cultivating Plow,
Best one-horse cast Cultivating Plow, Brin
Best Double Shovel Plow, Bi liiley.
Best Garden Plow or Hand Cultivator.
Be-t Sweep for Cctton, Brinley.
Best Broadcast Sued Sower, band.
Best Sulky Hay Rake.
Best Hand Corn Shelter.
Bet Hand and Power Com Shelter com
Best Revolving Blade Straw and Shuck
Best Lever Blade Straw and Shuck cutter.
Best American Cider and Wine Tress com
Best Well-fixture for drawing water.
Best Railroad Barrow.
Best Garden Barrow.
Best Display of Builder's Hardware.
Best Buckeye State Mewer and Reaper.
Best Marbleized Mantle, by Llthgow A Co.,
Great RxJOiciNfi. William Harris, a
compositor of this office, was made as hap-
py as a "big sunflower" on Thursday, by a
present from his wife of a bouncing "gal
baby.w weighing 10 lb full 1 William's
delight knew no bounds, and soon as the
interesting event was happily over, he
rushed into the office, announced his good
fortune, and invited the entiro Whig and
Tribcnb corps to take oyt-ters with him.
William with great solemnity, dispensing
of 10 lbs himself. If it had been twins, we
shudder to think of William's fate his
'sunflowerosity' wss so immense. May
the little stranger find life as "smooth as a
summer sea," and may the delighted parents
realize their fondest hope in the career of
Prkmium Cu'.ars. L. Rosenthal, on
Main Street, opposite the Court House,
next to the book, -store, took the premium
last week for the best cigar, both in quali
ty of material and workmanship. Mr. Ros
enthal also keeps the finest. Siiibkinjr and
Chewing Tobacco in the city, Pipes of every
variety.etc It you want mood Goods, re
meralier to call at the premium store of L.
Thr Gilbert Sisters. The opening
performance of this dramatic troupe Thurs
day evening, at Tomlin's Hall was well at
tended and enthusiastically applauded.
The eleirant comedy, "AH that glitters is
not gold," was charmingly rendered, and
the force Irresistibly amusing. The com
pany possess a bii;h order of dramatic tal
ent, aud will not tail to draw crowded hoU'
e during their engagement. It is an ex
hibition eminently worthy of patronage,
beln ehaste and instructive as well
amusing. The Jackson string band, and
the Silver Cornet Band have been engaged,
which guarantees delightful music. The
splendid drama, "Fanchen," is on the bills
for this (Friday) evening.
Take Stock. The Directors of the West
Tennessee Fair have continued C. W.
Green iu the office of Secretary, and au
thorized him to at once proceed to raise the
capitol stock to fi,000. The books are
now open for that purpose, and many are
Increasing, or taking new stock. The splen
did success of our first Fair has silenced all
doubt, and the people of old Mad'son are
now united in the cause. We want to Im
prove and oraament the grounds; increase
premium list, and, otherwise, improve and
enlarge the scheme. To thisend every man
is solicited to increase or take stock. The
grounds can and should be made the most
beautiful in the State, and the i air une.
nualed by any in the South. Let this be
the ambition of all.
A SL-ivxxutov the Past. A few days
ago we saw a license issued in Nashville in
17SW to Mr. Wm Birdsong, authorizing him
to keep a "tavern" in that village. It is
quaint old document, printed in the formu
la of seventy-five years ago. Middle and
East Tennessee were then a part of North
Carolina, and this western district the fa
vorite hunting ground of the Indians. The
od document bears the signature ot An.
drew Ewing, a pioneer of Middle Tennea
e who died many year ago in Franklin.
It is a relic of the olden time, times of sim
plicity, whea there were taverns instead of
hotels, and whea taverns and inn keepers
were a power in the land, and their names
as familiar as household word.
Excursion. An excursion train will
leave this place for Trenton on Sunday
morning, for the benefit of those wishing to
attend the Conference.
Leaves Jackson at 7:30 a. ni.
Leaves Trenton at 9:45 p. m.
Persons will be passed at half rates, or
one fare for round trip. M. M. Millbr,
Superintendent Tenn. and Ky. Div. M. A
O. R. R.
Woottzj A Haigbts Circus, Menag
erie and Museum. This Southern enter
prise one of the grandest on the continent
of America will visit us on Friday Decem
ber 1st, remaining one day, and playing al
ternoon and night. Our exchangee are
unanimous in commending it as the best
amusement in the arenlc and zoological line
of the period, and we have no doubt they
are all correct. We refer our readers to
the elaborate advertisement published else
where to-day, and to the appended notice
from the Selma Timet of a late date :
The press, all over the country, where it
bo performed, pronounce it the grandest,
most original and complete exhibition of
tbeaire. It haa supplied a popular want, In
introducing a system of two canvasses one
tor the menagerie and museum and the oth
er the circus. Thla permit those who have
religious scruple against an arenic enter
tainment to visit the excellent zoological ag
gregation, and see the wonder ot creation
without bete? compelled to witness the
arenic part ot the programme. One price
aiimission, however, entitle one to see
the w hole.
Prior to the exhibition, a grsnd free bal
loon ascension will take place, and at the
same hour, Mr. Harry Wambold an expert
exponent of arial pedestrian ism will walk
a single wire from the ground to the top of
the iavillion and return. Thus the lovers
of free amusement can be gratified the
moral tastes are cateree to, and all who de
sire can be abundantly pleased. We doubt
nut the first circus ef the season will be
most liberally patronized.
Csmfsanl I'lald Kxtraict BnctaH.
and Pstrsirai JBrava Ths Great
A certain remedy for all diseases of the
Urinary Organs existing la Male or Female.
Superior to any Preparation of iiuchuof
teied to the Public.
Cheaper in price and better in quality
than any extract of Bu' bu in the Market.
Price SI per Battle; Six for
This admirable combination of Buchu
and Pareira Brava, the two best diuretics
known to the materia medica, Is meeting
with unparallelled success. It is Infinitely
superior to the other preparations of Bu
chu, so-called, and, wherever it has been in
troduced, none other can be sold. For all
diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder, Grav
el, Diabetes, Chronic Uleet, Leucorrhoa or
Whites, etc., it is a certain cure. Those
with shattered constitutions, and who long
for youthful vigor, In fact a new existence,
will find in this remedy the long-looked for
'fountain of youth." It gives health, life
and strength to all who follow its explicit
Sarsaparill and Stilllngio,
gaauaLisBfMr Worn Candy.
Sold by all Urnggiate and Dealers.
X3T Price f I per bottle; six lor f .".
ARTHUR, PETER A CO.,
Wholesale Agents, 202 Main St.,
sepll-3m. Louisville, Ky.
A letter in the New York Tribune
states that the certificate of election
will be given the Katlical candidate
for Governor in Texas, notwithstan
ding he was defeated by 40,000.
Teeth like orient pearls, set in cusbious of
A breallt like the perfume the toilet bestows;
These are charms to win hearts when all
other charms fade,
But they can't be preserved without Sozo
Spalding's Glue mends Furniture, Toys,
CSTPlain Gold Rings, at Kelly's.
PURE FRESH DRUGS!
Prescriptions compounded by
a thorough l'harmacuetist at
at any hour of the day or night,
Ring the door bell if closed-
(FiTBcautiful setts of fine Gold and
Tearl Jewelry, at KEIXY'S.
The justly celebrated Baltimore and Nor
folk Oysters by the can, or served to order,
ira very thing in the Jewelry line
Go to Hoffman's
For cheap Stoves and Tinware.
Ci?" Kelly's celebrated Spectacles
will suit you. Only $"2.
I3r"You will find the best stock of Port
Sherry, Madeira, and all kinds of Califor
nia Wines, also French Brandy and Fine
Whisky at Pybas' Drug Store.
(5Slecve Buttons in srreat varie
ty, at KELLY'S.
Has bought eut Mahaffy's Confectionery
and Oyster Saloon, and invite all of his
friends and the public generally, to call and
give him a trial.
("Kelly's Spectacles are gaaran
teed to give entire satisfaction.
Wool!! Wooin Wool!!!
1IARTMCS & CO. wiU buy washed,
unwashed or burry Wool, for which they
will pay the highest market price.
Jackson, Sept. 80, 1871 3m
frJT'Go and buy a pair of Kelly's
Let Every Visitor to the City
Be sure to call at DADO'S, if he wishes
Fresh Oysters. sepl6-3m
(fiTLadics Gold Watches at Kel
MA UK I ED,
At the residence of the bride's brother,
in Madison county, Tennessee, Nov. l."th,
1871, by Kev. A. W. Jones, 11. Mr.
fiii'Ms,. F. Lane and Allia G. Wuolfolk,
all of this county.
Cupid's darts are unerring; they peiree
the stxon;rest hearts, vtt the wounds they
indict arc delightful, and real heroes in the
battleof life court bis arrows, and rejoice
with ajoy sweeter than all dreams, when
one tutors the nearr. Jisr me ricnest
blessings of an approving heaven, ever il
lume the united hearts of the two noble
young being, whose lives must flow to
gether to the end, either lor weal or woe.
At the ltobinson House, tn this citv, on
the morning of the loth, by the Rev. W. T.
Johnson. Miss Mollis il. Perry to Mr. Gil
liam J. Moore, all of this county.
May their lives be full of the sweetness
of mutual love the matchless sunshine of
peace and prosperity.
At the residence of the bride's father, in
the town ef Lexington, Henderson county,
Tenn., on the evening of toe eth insu, by
the Uev. James McCraw, Mr. Leander A.
Teague and Mbs Mollie H. Campbell.
Another beautiful and lovely flower has
been plucked from the vine; but "there
shall be marriages and giving in marria
ges to the end of time." May these two,
who have, by the solemn vows of matri
mony, been united as companions for life,
ever realize the truth of the saying, that
"it is well for us to dwell together in unity."
May their pathway be ever strewn witn the
most fragraut of flowers. May no storm
of adversity ever hover over or about them,
but may their future life be one of tran
quility, peace, happiness and plenty.
Says the bridegroom:
"Oh! now I will kiss those eyes ot fire,
A million scarce will quench desire:
Still will I steep my lips in bliss,
And dwell aa age on every kiss,
Nor then will my soul sated be;
Still will I kiss and cling to thee."
In Bethel Sprines,
on Monday morning,
October Suit), in the -?th year ot her age,
Mrs. Isabella D. Baxter, wife of William B,
Baxter, a rutin elder in the Presbyterian
church. In which ahejived and died a con
sistent member. Yf.
At the residence of his father, Mr. Cas.
Lock, in this county, on Saturday, the 11th
Brook Lock, in the loth year of hi age.
May the cousolaiions of heaven soothe
the bruised hearts of the bereaved parents,
and reconcile them to the loss of this bud
C"Beautiful setts of Misses .Tew
elry, at KELLY'S
Bank of Tennessee.
The old and new issues of the Lank ol
Tennessee, and all other uncurrent money
taken at the tighest market value at
i"Silver Thimbles, at Kelly's.
tBeautiful sett of tine OoM and
x earl Jewelry, at KLLLx 'S
And customers served every nibt until
12 o'clock at DA DO S,
seplG 3m Post Office Building.
(TJust opened a large stock of
Kelly's celebrated Spectacles.
The Extensive Carriase,
Boggy, and Sprio
Of LA.1DIS tc BCR.XCLL, are turn.
Ing out a large amount of first class work
every week. Their business has greatly in
creasei, ana tney wiu uouulless be com
pelled te make a further enlargement of
their establishment. The reason is obvi
ous Their 1'e.rk. always gtree Sat
laf action, and when they sell to one man
in a locality, thsy draw the trade of that
section. Their repairing department is al
so on the increase, aa they invariably guar
antee their work, and employ none but
firxt class mechanics.
This establishment is a credit to the city,
and we bone that it will continue to pros
per. The citizens ef adjoining counties
would do well to examine the work of this
extensive establishment before sending
IT?Go and buy a
pair of Kelly's
Here I am Again ! !
I have iust received and am still receiv
ing, and shall continue to receive, through
out the Fall and Winter, Cloths of all de
scriptions, CaHsimeres, Doeskins, Beavers,
Tricots, etc Come and see the new stock.
Don't fail to ealL Morris Jakktzky.
fTEuglish, Swiss and American
Watches, at KELLY'S.
Hi7" Physician' Prescription, no
matter now intricate, componn
ded at all henrt of ttae day and
nisjht, T accomplished and lhr.
ongh Drnggiats, tn the moat seen,
rate and reliable manner, at PIT-
BAS DRUG STORE. Every arti
cle gaaranteed pare. Oct. 23-tf.
Wheaton & Co.,
The celebrated Hatters, the Geainsof the
South, defy competition in their line, and
have now and always ktwp in store a very
large and comprehensive stock of fine Hats
and Ladies' and Misses' Furs, etc, at the
lowest prices. Remember, Wheaton A Co,
279 Main street, sign of the Tiger, Memphis,
Tennessee, and do not full to call upon them
or send your orders to them. no4:4w
t"A large stock of Shell Jewel
ry just opened, at Kelly's
2T"Jut received at PybaV Drug Store,
a large stock of Glass, Putty, White Lead,
Linseed Oil, and PaiuU of every kind, for
fi?"A lare stock of Shell Jewelry
just opened, at ivelly's
Best and Cheapest Place
city for Fresh Oysters in every
(tGold Thimbles, at Kelly's.
Daily received at Dado's, and for sale by
the can. sepl6-3m
Go to Hofftnan's
For cheap Stoves and Tinware.
fiTEnglish, Swiss and American
Watches, at Kelly's.
At DADO'S telay.
CSTRogers & Bro., celebrated Sil
ver-ware, kept at KELLY'S.
Go to Hoffman's
For cheap Stoves and Tinware.
gents line Gold
GET TJXE 15 EST! !
THE Git EAT
Again in the Field.
CLARK & FULLER'S
Ambrosial Oil !
CLARK, FRAZIER & CO.,
Clark & Fuller's Ambrosial Oil cures
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Headache, Ear
ache, Tootheache, Croup, Bronchitis, Dys
pepsia, Colic or Cramp, Inflamed Eyes,
Chronic Sore Eyes, Sore Throat, Diarrhea,
Cuts, Burns, Bruises, Piles, Sprains, Chap
ped Hands, Ulcers, Corns, Bunions, Frosted
Feet, Deafness, Old Sores, Sore Breast, Sore
Nipples, Scaldhead, Ringworm, Tetter, and
all Skin Diseases. It cures dog bites, and
all stings and bites of venemous reptiles.
Also, Hog Cholera.
Q. W. JON ES & CO.,
Wholesale Agents, Memphis, Tenn.
t3T"For sale by Druggists generally.
(jyThe largest stock of Spectacles
ever opened in Jackson, at Kelly's.
GEO. K. FOOTK. MILTON 8. KDWAllPS.
Foote & Edwards,
Attorneys at Law, Lexington, Tenn.
JOHN M. TAYLOR.
L. 8. WOOIW.
Taylor & Woods,
Attorneys at Law, Lexington, Tenn.
july 13, ls71-lim
CyiMain Gold Rings, at Kelly's.
Goodbnr & Oillilaud,
AV II O LES ALE
Boots and Shoes,
Hats and Caps,
322 1-2 and 324 Main Street,
(McCombaA Co.'s old Hardware stand)
dTTerins Four months, or 4 per cent off
We are uow receiving our Fall Stock
the largest and most desirable we have ever
offered to the trade. We ask merchants to
call and examine before buying. ,
Be Cinided by Hkal yen Know.
There is an old proverb which says,
"Experience is the safest guide." To this
guide the sick and ailing naturally turn
when co-sting about lor the meausof relief.
They enquire what a medicine bus done
ror others, before they adopt it themselves.
Of all the remedies and preventives iu use.
Uostetter's Stomach Bitters meets the test
most triumphantly, and heuce its immense
popularity and vast sale. The sufferer
from indigestion is sure to find some one
among his friends who has been cured ot
this ailment by the famous vegetable sto
machic. The victim ot fever and ague,
liver complaint, constipation, nervous pros
tration, or general debility, has only to
moke inquiry in the neighborhood w here
he reside in order to discover what this
standard restorative has effected in causes
similar to his own. In the published testi
mony to its merits he will find a volume of
proofs of its sanitary properties, which it is
Impossible for his common sense to resist.
He tries it, and the effect it produces on his
system adds another to the hoat of witness
es in its favor. Thus, its reputation,
founded onlacts, not assertions, continually
grow and spreads. Charlatans and im
postors some ot them mere local tricksters,
and others who take a somewhat wider
range, attempt to thrust into the hands
and down the throats of invalids, their bap.
hazard concoctions, as subsutues, for the
tonic which for so many years has been a
medicinal staple throughout the United
States, Spanish America, Canada, and the
West Indies, but only succeeded to a very
limited extent. In this reasoning age, the
people, having assertained what is really
deserving of their confidence, decline,
'running after strange gods."
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A VERY LARGE AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK
And will be sold as cheap as any house
EjIBRACES EVEISYTIHAG IX THE
We would call the attention ol the Ladies to our stock of
Consisting in part of Japanese Silk. Japanese Poplins, Lvon Poplins. RIack a
laids.all wool Delaines, half wool Delaines, olid colored Poplins, iilack ISouiba;
We would call the attention ot the Ladies to our celebrated lied Letter Black .
llLVX. .Jnr,.l 4 I,,.,... .. i
Of all grade,Irih Liuen. Towels. Naokinsand Table Linen. C ret All m,i.., ..;
A lar0'e aud lull sto k of everything.
Cloths. Cassimerei", Twedes, Jeans, Linseys,Flonels, etc.
Bed BUukcU, limits, etc, etc
For Ladies, Men and Children, Kii Gloves,
Hand-made, Sewed and Pegged; Boots, all
Isdvs and children. "We can fit'the
tock is large and superior to any that we
HATS AND CAPS EVERY GRADE. SILK HATS LATEST STYLE.
Trunks of all Sizes.
This department is under the management
examine the stock.
This Denartment is under Mrs. Lee, who
ami tit. and made to order on. hort notice,
W e have named only a lew article under tne different bea It We will aav that we have the ..arrest and Best Boar at stock
lat we have ever offered in this market. Our Prices we will Guarantee as Low m the ..t. .'.u
lock. No trouble to show goods.
Clerks FRANK HEN ICY, 1C
Kept constantly fresh by daily arrivals .from the Manufacturers and Importers.
. . ( x , ( complete anu attractive, ana prices
J9 Xoi-nV '-Ikbl 31fsaK Bjc:t- tt eXJa CM
And to FIRST CLASS MERCHANTS we give liberal terms. To cash buyers we allow FULL DISCOUNTS.
We give especial attention to the sale of all kinds of Produce, and barter for our customers
. O'lIKYAXS & WASIIIXGTOX,
TITOS, J. CARUTHERS,
REMOVED TO G. N. HARRIS' OLD STAND.
A large aud avcII selected stock of Hardware, Staple and Fancy, the best ever in Jackson.
Cutlery in Variety,
I . ; I , i a.-.' 1 1 n -4 xTfo rr rvr nil L'iniic "
Carpenter's Tools, best made,
Agricultural Implements, of
most improved pattern.
I have a fine stock of Guns,
Mocking isira taires, t iuunr scissors, superior uogers' iscissors anu
Moss Caskets, Flower Stands and Trainers, Marbles and Pocket Knives,
and see my stock: before
1 . I am
Machinery Mowers and
Ezrsra-iiJsnES, o-istzit ,t g, etc.
Main Street, Opposite Court Square, Three Doors Below my OUl Stand.
WOODWORTH PLANERS AND HATCHERS,
Sasli and Molding1, Tenoning, Mortising and Sawing Machines aud every variety of Patent Wood
Working Machinery, of the most Approved Construction, warranted Sujterior to any in use.
line, at Kfxly's.
in the Jewelry
Uo to Hoffman's
For cheap Stoves and Tinware.
Kelly's celebrated Specta
cles will suit you. Only $2.
THE REST HOTELS.
We recommend the following lintels
the traveliu'j; public as the verg best
their re -." Live cities: -
LocisviLLB Hotf.l, Loui.ville, Ky.'
Sl'KNCKK liOL'SK, Cincinnati.
liAKM m's Hotel, sU Louis.
Batti.k Uoi'sk, Nashville.
KicHMii.Ni lloLbK, Paducau.
A. A. WHEELER,
Coacles, Eoctavays & Bdjps,
COUSEtt MAIN AND FIRST ST.
OppoMie Gait Uouse,
1 f AS now on hand,
and is constantly
complete stock of
XX making the moat
Kockaways, Barouches, Top and No Top
Buggies, ever offered in the citv, made ot
the Issst material and workmanship, which
he oilers at prices that
Defy competition in any Market
DR. J. BliADFIELD S
"Woman's Best Friend."
WILL bring on the Menses when they
have not been established, also when
they have been suppressed iron) unnatural
causes. Will cure Rheumatism and Neu
ralgia of the back and womb. Will cure
Painful Menstruation, and relieve the head,
back and loins of those distressing pains
and aches. Will check menorrhama or
excessive flow." Will cure -Whiten" and
failing of the womb, when it ia the result
of relaxation sir bad health.
It is as sure a cure in all the above disea
ses as Quiuine is in Chilis and Fever.
Ladies can cure themselves of all the
above diseases without revealing their
complaints to anv person, which is always
mortifying to their pride and modesty.
It is recommended and used by the be-it
phTsicians in their private practice.
For a history of the above diseases, cer
tificates of its wonderful cures and direc
tions, the reader is referred to the wrapper
around the bottle.
Manufactured and sold hv
BRADFliXD 4 CO..
Sold by all Drugjnsts. Price $1 30.
SSTNeely icliOBERTS, Agents at Jack
at the Tirt Lowest Firares,
in Jackson. Our stock
ok-orwt kin. ....I .l i .1. . ,.I
White Shirts for Ladies and
Dress Trimmings, Dre Buttons, Dress BinJi
grades, numbers and qualities. Our stock
- MAIDE CXjOTHIISTG,
Unrest size man in the eountv. an.t rhil.lrsn mm 11., i i .. . .....
have ever offered, and will be sold cheap, as
of Mrs. Bellican, and the stock is full and comDlele. Th Is.iio. .r. . ...n j
will guarantee satisfaction. The latmt .tvl
roeqitsojv cS- giotts.
REDMAN. ROSS WITHERSPOON. .r.iA..m
o nnn mm
... Full Lines of all descriptions of
Ammunition and Hunter's Apparatus,
"a ( f w
Agent forand canjfurnish at anygtime, all kinds of
Eeapers. Threshing Machines.
lE-A." Sz, 00
AND JOHN STREETS, CINCINNATI OHIO.
MA X UFA CT U It EltS OF
(Send for Circulars.)
K. It. Ull'OUIlD,
L0UGHEAD & PORTER,
DOORS, SASH & SHUTTERS,
AND DKALKliS IN
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Joist, Scantling, Shingles,
l'rice List or Moulding Hook ttetU on application.
No. 22 Hannibal St., bet. 5th and 6th Sts., Wet of ami near the C. II.
and D. Uailroad Uepot,
rTT The Third aud Fourth SuvetCars run within halloa wjuare of the Factory
In Consequence of the Fever in Charleston, S. C.
TO BE GIVEN AVAY.
lap aud mmm association,
(Butter y Chad wick, Oar $ Co.,
UNDEK the au-pice. ot tbeSuth Carolina Mate Agricultural and Mechanical o
ciety. will t'ive a SERIES OK CONCEUTS, at the Academy of Music, Charleston
S. C commencing October 1st, 1?T1. '
Reters to all the Bankers, Brokers and prominent gentlemen of the Country, ro t
North and South.
150,000 Season Tickets of Admission, and no more, at
If you have not received a Circular, send for one, givin? full particular. All orders
2,400 Gifts, Amounting, in all, to $000,000.
The Drawing in this great Southern Enterprise will
vision of the following well known irentlemen :
General A. K. Wright, of Georgia. Col. 15. H. Uutledire, ot South Carolina.
- Gen. Bradley T. Johnson, of Virginia. Hon. lloL'er A. Pryor, of New York.
Money tor Tickets can be sent either by Express or Post Office Order, and the Tickets
promptly forwarded by
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GRAY & CO.,
General M. C. Butlek. John Ciiadwick. Gzxeral M. W. Gkav.
PRLNCIPAL OFFICE, CHARLESTON, S. C.
23T Fall Information given by applying to D. II. King, at lUs Saloon.
7 vrTiKrrfrr"3?a Jack
DRY :.w.ikw Trr.
ana rancv Silks. Merino.. Km urrss 'I.itlis mil u nnl
ozines,erses, satin Merino, Milan Cloth, Velours Ac
. "VV Cl SOWS UiatlC
.11.1 fklll-A t ... 1 . 1 I. r
Men. Drawers, Ac
Men and La. lies' Shawls,
cannot be surpassed.
they were bought cheap.
Furs of all Rnrte.
We guarantee our htoi
Splendid Garden Implements
Extra Steel Shovels and Sweeps,
Points, Castings, Wagon
Material, Iron, Xails, etc.
Fishing Tackle, Canary and
all . V -
ren iviuves, i lower
for Boys and Men,
Cotton Gins. Saw
I. L. LYON, Sec'y.
TO JANUARY 8, 1872,
be conducted under the super-
T. T. M 1SON
nA K entered into a copartnership, da
ted Lvc 1-t, IsTU, for. the purpose ef
BOARDING. LIVERY AND
r.very iiranch or the business Till receive
i il Maiiie on Lar ayelte street, one
nuare North ol the Court Uouse, Jackson
All pcr.on. indebted to the firm of A.
L. Gondell, or to me individually, are res-
pex'iiuiiy notiaeu that immediate teltument
of their account must be made, or they
in isr ieu w an oiucer.
apl-lyi L. GOODELL.
1 AM empowered by the heirs of Gen. S.
-J. Hays, dec d. to sell Uieir lauds in Mad
ion county, Tennessre. All persons desi
rinz to purchase any ot said lands will do
well to call on me at the erticeof faruthera
A jlallory. North side Public Square.
J. M. in: A VIS,
Tin, Copper & Sheet-iron Work
And Dealer in
Japanned ail Britannia Ware.
riOOFING AND GUTTERING done
XV in the lwt style, and all kinds of re
pairing in my liue,
CHEAP FOR CAPH.
Extra Stove Vessels always oa band. All
oods and work warranted
SIGN OF TIIK BIO COFFEE POT. '
7, LaFAYETTE, STREET.
r it , Jackson, Tenn.
FOR J ALE!
OWING te the death of one of the part
ners of the Madison Fountlrv ami Ma.
hine Shop, we Oder for sale, the shop.
Tools, Materials, and a large lot of llow.
This Foundry is well loc-nted, in rwrttx-t
ruiininir order, doinir a irood business, and
can be bought vspon xood term, for the pur
pose- oi nosing upiueoiu iiusimw.
r or run information rail on or llres
U. K. Ill I.Dr.UliKAND,
orEt. C tii;iHKS,
for Mrs. E. Goodwin, Ex'r.
IVe. 3. lsTu-U.
J. J. ANDERSON & CO..
AVholcssJc and Retail
COMMISSION EKCII ANTS
No. 3, Anderwn & Taj lor'a
Cor. La Fayette .C Market Sts.,
WE expect to le in our new tmildinln
ten dys, with a new Stock of KikhIi,
and lH leave so call attention tn the same,
which we will sell at as low rates as tbey
can be sold in this market. Our slock of
Suirars, CofTisrs anil Teas is complete. We
will keep all articles usually kepi in a Gio
cery and Supply Store, includini; Provisions
of all kinds; also, lt.i-Linx ant Ties.
We are agents fur Flouring Mills, and
a-k a ssjial rxamiruttion of the Flour.
We also are a;ciil for .alt, and can supply
Our terms are strictly cash, escrpt where
lecial arrangements are made.
In eonnei'tion with our business we have
a lare brick Cotton Warvliou-e covered
with iron, combining saiely with conve
nience. We hae cro-U-d this Imildinz
trusting to tke public for patronage to sin
tain us iu the cx ix-nse. Our charges will
be the same as other warehouses. ll.iVin?
hod many years exH riim e in kamllinc
cotton, we hoe tn be able to xive ctilire
satisfaction to all who may favor us with
their business; and we hereby Milicil a
hare of patronage.
We will keep trsh lluttrr all winter.
J. J. ANDEKaON ii CO.
I am with the aliovc firm, and resect
full'y solicit from mv friends a share of paU
ronage. J. V. AXDEIISON.
of J uno, llcnatersou A Co,
Sept. W, lsTl tf
iY. W. IXlVJBXsS,
AUK), AGKXT rK TIIK IMrilOVED
Wibea Scwin" Machine,
We-t side of Siarket sU, opposite the Whig
lec24-tf and Tribune oHi-e.
AIBROT Y X E
OVER GLASS STOItE, '
Jan. :S(. fsi!-tt.
ONE PRICE STORE!
IS now opening jt his new store, on South
side of Latayetic street, one iloor Eat ol
heitli ,t Viuceul'a,
His Fall tt W inter Stock
Aud a general assortment of Gentlemen's
All of whic h he offers to the public at
very small profits. Full CASH, and to all
at the SAME rUICKS. lie most rcvt
fully asks those wisbins to buy k.h1 in
his line to call and examine his l-iknU and
priis. Jt will at all times allord bini
Lleasure to show his goods to all who wsil
Jackson, Tenn, sept. 23, lSTl-'ira.
kim-'s iioi si;.
D. H. KING. Proprietor.
The proprietor of the wiiirlv known
KlXi'S HOl sK. rU-sirc. to r. m, I i t.
lie whose laclenation or buMsm con line,
went- ln.liin them la .eek smusmfnt an.l
eiercise. that they will nnd Kl.Sij's liOL'stS
a. berctoiurtt. tnei
FA VORITE RESOll'j.
Iu the city of Jackson, am th.tl no nam. or
expenses will lie sprisl uj a 14 to
iion. intae zuiure. ill.
RILLIAKI) HA LI.;
la fittetl nn with sunerh ftvle. an.l
plied the best ol miliar.! Table ami aopur.
tcuiinco, alierdtn; a pleasant Juid haruTlca
recruauon a well a4 amucuicnt.
Is stocked with the rimw and Bmt SmmU
oi in am. is, ana the mot
canaot tail to be sati.iicd.
Lighted up w ith Gas.
KiAG'3 BLOCK IIP rr-rin,,.
by the KoiirhLs a ,,.
Sreui inprovemeut overlie Coal Oil hghuT
In short, he Is determined that the kiv-.
UOUSJS .hall be the GreatnireiS Ait-
or in quest ol amu.eni.nt. antl mostor-tt-iTj
Jaguojt Jul. lSbVU
Jackson and Miscellaneous.
The Iron Cla.I,
Tested by the storms of Maty Oa
year, and still is sound, pay from her sur
SI. SO 0.0 00 00.
Ilcr Lowisss by the great
Leaving her niairniliccnt capital of
Untouched, and Quarter of at Tlilllon
iralia to spare.
"Oct The Bests,"
Get Hartford Policies.
U. TOM LIN,
TIIK OLI UELIABLi:
LexiMoTo.N, Oct- in, is; i.
Our l'resi. li nt Inform us that our Chi
axo books have been examined, and that
our Iomi is le than hall a million dollars.
This will leave u a capital aud surplus of
Q 3 , OO, O
To continue business with. She still main
tain her position aa the strongest Agency
Company in this cvuntry.
J. W.tUUBAS ).
JOHN L. U. TOMLINASON,
oct2S-4U Local AgenL
TO THE PUDL1C.
I AM now running City Express wokoo.
No. 22 stout team, and Mill haul as
cheap as any of my com pcti torn. 1 was
born and raised in Jackson, and know every
houe in the cilv. iieaduuarU'ra coi ner oi
Main and Shannon Streets.
p23-tf. WILLIAM rVI.ES.
fVIE Toler Farm, In Madrid lUnd, tool ot
X Island No. Ten, ( lolon the Mississippi
lliver, in lots to suiU Apply at llio Whiu
ani Tkibi ni otlice, or on the larm.
AM Buying, Sellinj, Leasing and I-nt-ing
And other property in my county, and ofi"r
mv services to non-rraidrnU and other in
such capacity. I have at prrseul quit- a
For sale, large and small; some of thera
and tine orchard.
All letters will be promptly answered.
R. S. BRADFORD,
Tiptonville, Lake CO., TeunSepU 1, ltH.
Col. llobt. I. CheU-r, Jackan Tenn.
Mr. II. W. Hall. Jackson, Tenn.
Or. M. W. l'hiUips, Mcinphis. Trnn.
jMessrs. mnoho it. Ituekley. Meniphu.
Messrs. Cochran A Enloe, Tixiy, Tenn.T
MV wife, Mary Isnuxlass, havinii desert
ed me wilfully and without any Ju t
cause for so doiu, all jiersons are hrieby
notibet that 1 am not Ui Iw helft re.-pon'Hie
lor any trade or contract she tiisy make.
lrxinut..n, Icon. B,l'.lll,OLA3.
Life Insurance Co.
i:itASTUS LYSLVN, I'rehldent.
M. IILHRIlin, Acinairy.
Ut.O. F. ftMl lH, tsecrclsirf.
Miss. Valley Branch Office,
Xo. IS, Knickerbocker Builtling,
Aaaetta Over 7,o(M),tMH) OO
A lass nail latrca.sOur 4,000,000 OO
Dividends Paid Annually.
Every desirable form of Policy i
suet! tor amonnts, irom
$1XK) to $',sJ0.
Iucrcve of Assets in four years
iiabt $5,8o,()61 W.
Mono F Til a; CoMrANV. "Honorable,
Liberal, l'rompt and Fair Dealing with it.
metalters, both rVrlki and ull.,,
- CAIT. JNO. F. WILKKKSON.
Gen. A't, Mempln...
OU- W.I). AVILKEUStiN.
Gen. Ag't Jackson, Tenn.
April 22, lSTl-tf.
LAND for SALE!
OFFEK forsnle my valuable land, two
and half mile East ol Jackson, on the
Cotton Grove road. The tract contains 210
a rc, anl will be divided into two or more
lots, to suit MircbaM'rs. In each division
there will be an abundance of tine timber
with the open land. There i. a line creek
on the entire South boundary, furnishing
the Itest water facilities for slock, and
other purposes, l'trwins wishing to settle
near one ot ttae anrsst flourishing and pro.
inx towns in the Mate, will do well tn ex
lynine my land Is lore purchasing, as I am
t-lernnned to sell- There are two rnnifert
able frame rridem-e, irin house and other
imimvemcnts on the place.
oct21-lm J.J. UIIOOKS.
Itoufflit on the Late decline.
received Daily ut
TIlIE larcot stock I ever brought to the
JL market and
Cheaper Thau Eer,
Clothing. Boots, Shoes, Hats,
Etc, Etc, Etc.
lint ami Tri mining,
IN PACT, EVE11YTUINO
Staple Goods Down!
MY SrXK OF
BOOTS AND SHOES
IS VEIiY ATTRACTIVE.
A usual be wise and call on