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THURSDAY. AHIIL 29. 1880.
Trains lmv Milaa as fellows oa ui altar
Jaa. 17. lasu.
raaeareaa rait a a.
N. I. aorta, rsavas at 10:t am
Na.S. " " iittpin
o. 2.toath. 12: m
Jvo. 4. " ' 12: aw
Tiine about fifteen minutes flower than towa
time. i C. LOf fci. Agent, Alilaa.
J. U. MANN.fap't. Jaeksoa. Tena.
F. CHANDLER, 0. V. k T- A.. ew Orleans.
1). U. MOREi.G. T. A., New Orleans.
.laville at Haetivtlle at t. S. K. R.
Trains leave Milaa as follow! an and after
Jan. 14, 1U.
So. l.suath. leaves at .11:30 am
(tu Humboldt)-. 9:l"ani
(Attain saodat'ii) 6:W pu
0. F. CANTWELL,
Local Ticket Ag t-
Ku. 21, north. "
C. P. ATMORH,
A XXO liyCEJlEXTS.
Tae following are oar price for announcing
candidates lar office Cash IX JBViNCK.
Far Congruas, 10 M
for the Lea-wlature. 10 00
l'r County Office. 5 00
SIJIONTON. We are authoriaad 4o an
nounce the Hon. Ches. II. Hiruontoa a can
didate fur ra -el action to Conerees ia tbia als-
tnot, at the November election.
BRICKHOU.E.-We are authorised U ae
aouareJ. W . Brickhuuse a candidate for
1 ru.tee of Oiboon ouunty.
FLY. Wa ar authorised to anoounoe Jna.
L. Kir a candidate for Trustee of Gibson
cuunty at the August election.
CI A Y.-W are authorised to announce Maj.
X W m. Uay candidal for County Trustee.
(100DMAN. We are authorised U an
X bounce R. H. tloodman a candidata far
Trustee ultiibtoa county.
KAMSEY. Ve are authorised to announce
John VT. Kamsey a candidate for Trustee
t Oib-on county at tea August election.
SKXTKK. We are authorise to announce
David C banter a caodiata far County
DMFKILL We are authorised to an
nounce J. K. Driskiila candidate for Slier
ltt at Gibson county.
nEFLKY We are authorised ta announce
J. 11. Ueflcy aeandidatafor Sheriffof bib
ISO. -We are authorised to announce Eli W.
lag a candidate for Sheriff of liioeoa coun-
CKOOM. We.re authorised ta announce M.
Crnara aaudiilat fur re-vlectien to theof
lioe of Trui-tae of Mndiaon county. Election 1st
Thurrday in August.
McRKF. We arc anthoriTed to announce
J. ii. MrUeea candidate lor Trustee of
UJion c.unty. Election M Thursday in
IH AVE jutnrened a stock of Fancy Gro
ceries and Confectioneries in the hcune oc
cupied by Mm O'Dauiel. two doorn from the
Po oBire, and pectfully aulicit the patron
aa ef the pubtic eeaaciallr th ladira. My
avcdf are naw aad freh. and 1 will sell atrea
ODIE C. HAMEL.
Mumps In town.
See Cliancerj sale advertised this
A Nice little shower fell here last
Strawberries are plentiful oa the
streets here, at twenty-ive ceuts per
Now the small boy is happy. He
can make money picking berries and
eat as many as lie pleases at the same
The Knights and Ladies of Honor
are requested to turn out at their reg
ular meeting next Monday night.
A heavy rain storm visited the
Trezevaut and McLein jresville neigh
borhoods Sunday evening, flooding
th creeks aud river.
Three very drunk men two white
and ene negro were locked up this
week. Let the good work go on.
The officers have the thanks of every
A crazy -drunk negro woman was
locked up last Friday night, when she
prcacheJ sang and cursed till late
hour. She was a nuisaace to that
Many or our frieudu spend the days
now on the river aad creek banks
fishing. We hear them say they
bring in good strings ef fish, but we
have not been so fortunate as to eee
many of them.
Our streeU are rapidly being put in
good condition by Wils Williamson
nnd his force. He has done an excel
lent piece of work on Main and Col
lege streets. We are in favor of eleo
tiog him street overseer.
The spring session at the college
ill close on May 7th. Three or four
ays of the week will be taken up
with examination of the different clas
ses, to which the patrons of the school
are invited. We shall probably have
mere to say on the subject next week.
Any of our readers who intend visi
ting Nashville daring military week
will do well to write and secure rooms
in advance. The prospect now is that
the city Vill be jammed during the
week. The Nicholson House and
Linck's Hotel are as good plcjces to
t.ip al as you will fiud.
We learn that Messrs. Bryant &
Newkouse intend te build a large two
story brick business house on the cor
ner of Mam and Williamson streets
right away. If the owners of the oth
er corner will build now, that side of
Maip street will present a handsome
appearance. We hear that others al
so talk of buijding this summer. Let
the work go on.
Anjexciting runaway occurred on
or stree's last Sunday. A young
lady and gentleman were out horse
back riding, when the lady's horse
became frightened and made 2:40
time for about half a mile, running so
fast that the gentleman could not keep
up with her, his horse being slow.
She held her seat firmly to the last,
and consequently escaped being killed
We are indebted to our friend,
John Shepherd, Esq., for a copy of
the programme and premium list of
fered by the State Sportsman's Associ
ation, the annual tournament and con
vention of which is to be held in Ma
con Mo., June 1, 2, 3 and 4. Three
thousand J dollars in cash purses,
Desides many other valuable prizes,
have been offered. Our sporting
friends can see the list by calling at
Mr. S. F. Kankiu and wife went
to Nashville lust Friday, to take in
Hon. B. A. Enloe, of the Tribune
and Sun, passed through here Tues
day en route to the Centennial.
Mr. E. S. Mallory, Grand Chan
eel lor of theaKnights of Pythias of this
state, spent about two hours here
Dr. J. R. Harrison, Wm. New
house and W. E. Turner went to
Middle Tennessee last week, taking in
the Centennial while out.
Col. Rolf'e S. Saunders, of the Na
tional Highway, Baltimore, and Col.
T. H. Baker, of the Paris Post, pass
ed through here last Saturday.
Mr. S. A. Cunningham, of the
Dixie Farmer, dropped in on us a few
minutes last Monday. We hope he
will stay longer the next time he
Mr. Miinr, routeagentof the South
ern Express company, and one of the
West on the road, culled on us last
Tuesday. He will stay around here
during the strawberry season, looking
after the interest of the patrons of his
Mr. G. W.Webb has returned to
Milan, where he will locate perma
nently. He has opened a tailor shop
iu the house formerly occupied by
Anderson as a tin-shop. We hope he
will be liberally patronized, as a first
class tailor is badly needed here.
The first shipments of strawberries
from here this season were sent by J.
A. McAlister and J. A. Wheeler, to
T. D.. Randall fc Co., Chicago, last
Tuesday, the 27th. The first ship
ment from here last season was on the
third of May, six days later. At this
writing the weather is cool, thus de
laying the ripening to some extent;
rut a south wind is blowing, and we
hope to see warm sunshine to-morrow.
Next week business will open lively,
if the weather permits. Ahout elev
en cases were shipped from Gadsden
on Tuesday, we learn.
W. M. Stewart, a brakeman on the
L. & N. road, had a thumb badly
mashed last Monday while coupling
cars here. Dr. Bledsoe attended him
and dressed his wound in a skillful
Willie E. Caldwell died near this
place, March 29th, 1880. He was
born January 31st, 1800. Only a
few woeks ago our friend walked in
onr midst in the prime of vigorous
manhood : to-day the sod covers him
and his place among us is vacant for
evermore. Resolved, that while we
acknowledge a great affliction iu the
death of W illie, we bow in humble
submission to the will of God.
Whereas, an All-wise Providence has
seen fit in His (rood ness and wisdom to
remove from our Sabbath school one
of our students, resolved that we ex
tend our condolence to the bereaved
brother, sisters and relatives. Also
that we furnish the familr a copy of
these resolutions and that one also be
sent to the MilanExchasgb for pub
lication, and that this be made part
of the minutes.
f W. M. Watt,
Committee J. A. Childress,
I J. B. Bradbury.
Judge Woods, ef the United States
Circuit Court, has granted an injunc
tion restraining the Mobile & Mont
gomery Railroad Company from ex
cluding the matter of the Southern
Express Company from the depots,
cars or lines of the railroad. When
the Louisville & Nashville Company
purchased the road, they notified the
Southern Express Company to leave,
an exclusive contract having been
made with the Union Express Compa
ny for the conduct of theexpress bus-ineos.
COl'XTT ITEMS. ' .
Corn and cotton planting has occu
pied the attention of our farmers lates
ly and a large area has been planted.
Everything is favorable so far.
Wheat in this section is rapidly
heading, and a considerable quantity
will ripen in May. Much of the early
wheat, we learn, is thin on the ground.
Frose tka Trenton Herald.
IneUioeon Lrreou backers bold a
mass Jmeetiner in Trenton on the
first Monday in May.
The following marriage licenses
have been issued from the county
court clerk s office since our last re
port: D. J. Koonoe and J. A. Garner;
W. A. Davis and S. T. Foren;
J. M. Bradshaw and M. E. Pully;
G. W. Davis and Bettie Thomp
M. B, (Tobe) Hicks and Annie
C. W. Carigan and Lillie Wdkin-
J. W. Flowers and M. F. Jetton;
Jack Sharp and 8arah Rice.
Last Saturday evening as Hugh
H. Keenan in the second civil district
wis plowing in his cotton field a dead
limb from an old tree fell upon his
horse and instantly killed it. Mr.
Keenan had a narrow escape from
sudden death, for had he made one
ore step forward he would have
been killed instead of the horse.
Fross the Trenton Mirror-
Several people were taken in by
the sharpers who came along with
Cole's circus. It was some kind of a
trick known to the class of confi
dence men. They won the esteem of
the person luey victimized and initi
ated them iuto certain tricks. The
losers were generally elderly men
whose gray heads ought to have been
accompanied with knowledge to avoid
being led iuto forbidden paths. The
first one was an estimable old gentle
man, known as "Uncle" Tommy Sap
ington. This was a case of down
right robbery, but without violent
means to get possession of his money.
They borrowed twenty dollars of him,
so to speak, just to show how the bus
iness was conducted, which they ex
plained was legalized. They failed to
return him his money. The next old
gentleman who lost is well known
throughout the country. His loss is
said to be one hundred dollars. We
do not know how he lost it. The
next is Wm. Edmundsou. His Joss
is said to be forty dollars. J. J.
Harper and his friend from the vi
cinity of Humboldt parted each with
five dollars. Bruce Wade's loss was
eight dollars and a half.
April 21st, 1880.
Two sad accidents have occurred
here quite recently. Yesterday a
Mr. Yell Eckle while in a drunken
fit brained his mother with a paling.
The family was very respectable and
wealthy. A few days since an estim
able young man named Kirkpatrick,
son of a firmer Prof, in the Univer
sity, committed suicide. Real cause
unknown. The University is in a
thriving condition. Each student is
thrown upon his honor, thus prompt
ing him to honesty and integrity. It
well merits it large patrouage. Rouse
up your county correspondents, Mr.
Editor; we want to hear from them.
Mere auon. C
Home & Blanks have an attractive
new ad. this week. Read it and pat
ronize this enterprising firm.
Low Ordi dry, 66J
Ordinary, nominal. 77J
Good ordinary, 8(i9
Good Middling, 1011
Middling, Fair UQkVi
Groceries ami Produce.
Bacon, per lb sides. 10
Hams. 10011, S. C. Hams 12J.
Sugar, A Coffee, 12i
Sugar, Brown, lOfell
Coffee, Good Kio, W&to
Meal, per bushel, 60
Chickens, per dozen 1.502.40
R. II. Anderson & Co.. Jackson,
Tenn., agents for the Champion Mow
er and Reaper. 4t
For the best Mower and Reaper in
the world, buy the Champion ofR. H.
Anderson & Co., Jackson. 4t
For the best machine, the longest
life, the most durable, buy the Cham
pion of R. H. Anderson A Co., Jack
Dr. Greenhalge's 50c. Hair Resto
rer is a beautiful dressing, and does
not gum the hair as others do. Try
it and satisfy yourself of its superior!-
Forty Tears' trial bt proved "BLACK
DRAUGHT" tho beet Uver medioiae ia
For sale by M. D. L. Jordan.
Of the most exquisite finish are now
made by Armstrong at the old Giers
Gallery, 43 Union street, Nashville,
Tenn., at ?4 per dozen, a lower price
than the same class ot work can be
had at any other first-class gallery in
the country. Address W. E. Arm
strong, Nnthvilk, Tenn. sepl8-ly
A List of the Very Cest Houses in
Na-hrille. which we Earnest
ly Recomimend to our Read
ers. As hundreds and thousands of people
will go from West Tennessee to the
big show, we take pleasure in point
ing them to the list below, which rep
resents Vie bed houses ia their respect
ive lines of basiness in the city. Don't
fail to vuit them.
Dr. Greeubalge, North College,
near the Squ ajre.
R. H. Page, 160 North College.
Jesse French, Masonic Temple,
Jas. A. McClure, McClure's Tem
ple ot Music, Union street.
B. II. Steif, 5 Union st., near Mar
ket. E. Wiggers, corner Union and
Burns & Co., 60 North Market
C. L. Howertou, agent 53 North
HOTELS AND RESTAURANT.
Newman & Co , 80 North Cherfy,
corner ot Deaderick.
Nicholson House, corner Church
and Spruce streets, near Chattanooga
Linck's Hotel, on North College
street, next door to L. & N. depot.
J. & L. Whorley, 47 South Mar
ket. BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
Wheeler Brothers, 20 North Cher
Tavel, Eastman & Howell, 47 Un
ion. WALL PAPER, FRAMES, ETC.
J. W. Orchard, 38 Union.
W. E. Armstrong, 45 Union.
F. M. Schleier, McGavock Block.
F. M. Hill & Co., 31 and 33 South
WHOLESALE BOOTS A SHOES.
Halls, Hooper & Mitchell, 2 City
Hotel Block, Public Square.
Atkeisson & Wray, 29 Cherry St.,
between1 Church and Union.
Huntington, 76 Church st, opp.
RENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
Gray & Noble, 27 North Cherry.
John A. McEwen, 23 North Cherry.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
W. E. Danley, 34 Union.
STOVES, TINWARE, ETC.
Phillips, Buttorfi A Co. 24 and 26
C. B. Wheelock & Co.. 21 and 23
We refer our patrons and readers
to the advertisement of T. M. Schleir,
Artist. Mr. is an artist capable of
doing good work in his line and we are
sure he will give satisfaction to all
who call on him.
The finest wines and liquors in
Nashville aie constantly on hand at
W. E. Danley's. His card will be
seen in the Exchange of to-day, and
we advise our friends who are fond of
a fine brand to give him a call.
Atkeissor. & Wray ef Nashville
notify the public ii this issue of our
paper, of their extensive stock in la
dies' and gentlemen's custom made
boots and shoes, etc. For beautiful
and superior made articles in their
line, theyj challenge competition in
price or quality.
Farmers sud machinists should not
fail to call at C. B. Wheelork & Co'r.
during their visit to Nashville. They
have every thing needed by the ag
riculturalists well as those who desire
machinery of tne most rocent im
provement and design, at the lowest
A pleasant and cheap trip is offer
ed to the traveling public by the
Memphis and Ohio luver racket (Jr.
in our pajier to-day. The voyage
East on the boats of this enterprising
company is not excelled by any line
on the Ohio River and presents an
op'tortunity for a most enjoyable and
profitable Voyage on this beautiful
Our West-Tennessee friends who
visit thecapital should see all that is
beautiful iu the city. By going to the
furnishing establishment of Jno. Mc
Ewen, they will have the opportunity
of feasting their eyes on goods attmc
ive, elegant and skilfully gotten up
and select from a large, beautiful and
carefully selected stock. See adver
We iuvite attention to the adver
tisement in to-day's paper of Phillips,
Buttorff &JCo., Nashville. They
deal in articles of intrinsic
usefulness in house furnishing
goods, and are gentlemen who can
supply the housewife -with not only
the useful and necessary, but orna
mental goods. Builders and con
tractors will find it advantageous to
call on them.
Gray & Noble are fully prepared to
meet the requirements of the most
fastidious in furnishing goods of su
perior finish and approved texture.
Those who visit Nashville during the
Centennial exhibition qnd desire arti
cles of clothing, &c, cannot fail to be
suited at their establishment All
who desire an out-fit tasteful in make
up and of first class fabric, should be
sure to visit their splendid and unique
establL-hment. See advert!-e nent.
New Spring Goods just received at
Plant & Frenz's, which they will sell
lower than any other house. Call
and examine goods and compare pii- j
The Best I Ever Knew Of.
J. G. Starkey, a prominent and in
fluential citizen of Iowa Uiy, says
"I have had the dyspepsia and liver
complaint for several years, and have
used every remedy 1 could hear ot,
without any relief whatever, unfil I
saw your Shiloh's Vitalizer advertised
in our paper, and was pursuaded to
trv it I am hannr to state that it has
entirely cured me. It is certainly the
best remedy I ever knew of." Prise
75 cts. Sold by M. D. L. Jordan.
Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A mar
vellous cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria,
Canker mouth, and Head ache. With
each bottle there is an ingenious nasal
injector for the more successful treat
ment of the complaint, without extra
charge. Price 50 cents.
A Mother's rief.
The pride of a mother, the life and
joy of a home, her children, hence
her grief when sickness enters and
takes them away. Take warning then
that you are running a terrible risk,
if they have a cough, croup or whoop
ing cough, which lead to consumption,
if you do not attend to it at once.
Shiloh's Consumption Cure is guaran
teed to cure them. Price lOcts, 50
cents, and SI. 00. For lame hack,
side or chest, use Shiloh's Porous Plas
ter, Price 25cts. Sold by M. D. L.
If you want the latest styles in New
port Ties and Pinafore Slippers, Linen
Dusters, Linen and Lawn suits, and
the best and cheapest line of Dress
Goods and Trimming Silks, go to Jor
dan & Stone's.
Palace of Xovelties.
Mrs J. C. Copeland, the accom
plished and fashionable milliner, of
Jacksun, Tenn., has just received her
be autuul new stock of r rench MtJlin-
erv. Her new styles, the very latest,
are very much admired by the ladies
who are calling to see the many nov
elties in her line. Mrs Copeland's
customers in Milan aad adjacent
thereto .will receive especial attention
and no paius will be spared to please
them in articles purchased as well as
prices. Orders will have prompt at
tention. Young men, old men and boys all
get suited iu prices and good fitting
clothing, the best custom Boots and
Shoes; the latest and nobbiest styles in
Hats and Gents' Furnishing Goods at
Jordan tK Stone's.
Plaut & Frenz sell heavy Brown
Domestic from 7 to 8 ets.
Plaut A Frenz manufacture their
own Clothing, which enables them to
sell it lower than any other house in
Plaut fc Frenz have just received
some nice suits, and nice line of pants,
which they guarantee to sell cheaper
than they can, be bought eisewhere.
Lirer Pill contain sreenic: "BLACK-
DRAUGHT" bm harmless aa tea urcutiee.
For sale by M. D. L. Jordan. ,
Plaut & Frenz have just received
the latest styled in Clothing at bargain
m m. i a. i laaf aaa- - t i
Plaut & Frenz have just received
a nice line of Hats, Shirts. Ties, Silk
Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, dec, at rock
No blowing in this. My stock ef
Coffins, Caskets, Sc, are the finest
and cheapest ever brought to Milan,
at cost. I mean just what I say. I
also repair guns, pistols and sewing'
machines of all kinds.
J. W. Younseb.
If you want to grow a good garden,
get Landreth's seed from Coley, at 15
cents a pint or 5 cents a paper.
Ladlea, get permanent relief by uaing
For sale by M. I). L. Jordan.
Plaut & Frenz have just received
nice Dress Goods at 12Jc.
Plaut & Frenz sell nice fast colors
lawn at 9c.
Plaut & Frenz have just received
latest styleshoesand boot very cheap.
u BLACK-DRAUGHT" makes chills
and faver. impossible.
For sale by M. D. L. Jordan.
W. A. Gage &, Bro.,
Cotton factors, SOO Frontst, Memphis.
Query : "VY"h will people suffer with
indigsaUon when BLACK-DRAUGHT"
will cor tkem ?
For sale by M. D. L. Jordan.
For Rent or Sale.
Those wishing to rent houses or buy
real estate at a bnrgan, can do so by
applying to O. H. HalUtrom.
One dollar's worth of " BLACK.
DRAUGHT will aave fifty dollaM in
doctor ' bilk.
M. D. L. Jordan's.
Plaut & Frenz have just received
latest styles Prints, best made, 7 to
Try Jordan & Stone's Best; nqthing
tocompair with it in Milan.
Of the product of I. W. Harper, Dis
tiller, Nelson county, Kentucky, are
hereby informed that his whiskey is
not sold promiscuously over the coun
try but is placed only into the hands
of one respectable dealer in each place,
whose name is a guarantee that the
Whiskey is sold pure as it comes from
the Distillery. Mr.. W. H Coley is
the only authorized agent for Milan.
Y I I Cso. Kuita.
Paints, Oils and Class,
viursrzj. Risi tzzzrza,
N. W. Cor. Eighteenth & K arret.
HHV-fe-?- SSJID FOR
Chickasaw Iron Works!
HANDLE & LIVERMORE, PROP'S,
9S Second Street, opposite Market Square, Memphis, Tenn.
HOUSE FRONTS. Columns. Lintels. Sills. Ventilator. Cellar-Oratiny, all kindaRON anal
BRASS CASTINGS, General repairs and everything in tba line of k oundrj and Machine
Stiop work. aplfi-lioi
R. B. BROWN & CO.,
Produce & Fruit Commission Merchants.
ALSO DEALERS IN
Cotton, Flour, Corn, Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Potatoes, Fruit, &&,
yo.350 Front Street, Memphis, Tenn,
STRICT attention given to all hnsineM entrusted to as. Consignment Solicited. Liberal
advances made on produce in band- aplS-.1m
can find goods to suit them at Doue k
are made daily
examine, and all are eenrinced that
prettiest style of boots and shoes, clothing hats
a straw and fur goods, were never fouad than
of House A Blanks, ill are invited ta call
and examine and be convinced
the fact that lawns, linen saitinrs, alsters. I
dies' ready made suits in all grades, were nev
er sold cheaper than at the aaw firm of
B. H. WILLIAMS, HARRT WlrtTTICUT.
i. M. BURROW, JASPER HOUtiE,
E.P.DMiU. BiLLIE BIGIlAaf.
f la the Chancery Court
W. II. Richardson, tustee, et al
Pursuant to the decree for sale rendered in
the above eoart. at the March special term,
im.ul the Chancery eoart at llambeldt Tenn..
t will on
Saturday. May 29th. 1880, within lent hours,
in the town ef Milan, sell to tbe highest and
best bidder the following real ettate, situated
in (iibson CO., Tenn., and bounded as follows :
On the feast by Barns, West by pablie road,
South by the widow titone's land aad North
by R. W. Burns, containing about 120 acres:
will be sold in two tracts. The boundary ef
each will be given oa day of sale.
TIKM3 Or 84LK:
One fourth of tbe purchase money to be paid
in cash, the balance on a credit of ene year,
purchasers to eieeate notoa with approved se
curity; lien retained oa land ta secure the de
ferred payment. 1
This April 2Jtb. 180.
. T. J.WiLi.iaMS. CAM.
W. M. XcCall Sol- for Compt.
A Word to the Ladies.
O. H. Hallstrom has just received
an elegant stock of Millinery gooJa, of
tbe Infest and tastiest styles, also a
bnudsome line ot ladies' dress goods,
beauUful in pattern, as well as an ex
quisite asMrtmeut of notions and the
newest novelties of tbe season. In
our specialties we cannot and will
not be undersold. The ladies of Mio
lan and vicinity are cordially invited
tu call and inspect our large stock.
Extracts and choice perfumes at
the City drugstore.
I pay cash for my goods, and will sell
cheaper than. tbe same goods can be
bought in Milan. All orders will re
ceive prompt attention. Hearse fur
nished when desired.
J. W. Younger.
Established IG7 1. n. b. Kuna.
FRIC2 LIST. gMHft-"'
N. C. BBOWJI.
Spring & Slimmer.
Gorgeous Display of
pa P f
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CL!D as . &2
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C25 h s txs
THEIR great Dry Goods PaTaewit arowded
with all tho season's novel tie aad newest
tyles io Ladies' Irejs Goods,
Staple and Fancy Oao-Ji bnnrht in New Tark
for cash at short prices. Will sell at figures
that cannot fail to please, urdera will receive
prompt attentioa and satufaetioa guaraataad.
The Lara-eft, Most Superb and Fashionable
Stock of Clothing ever offered in Jackson. A
fit, .quality of garment and price guarantaed
n hen visiting Jackson call colore making your
Jackson, Loving .9I&ood win,
H7 Jlain Street, Opposite Louisville HotU.