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T I: A" V r V; t MILAN EXCHANGE sattkimy. may, T, ism. LLILEOAD .TIinVTAEIX. Tr .It..- ! sv( Miliui - fuUo won ao.i !it.r Nov. l-o. ? A o. I V . m 7 R A f .. 2. north. ! v" t-. Wua. n. " " ..." l2rfVif. fi!i. ShiiIi " J:.Via.m. N. i, " " 4:00 p.m. Time ataut J. -.iiifuti j-JrTba.n vity tiu.e. J. T. jitfNiR. Apnt, MilaX Tcmi. j. G. r.is.., Jackon. Tenn. Louiirvlt 4 T w'fltiiia, C . Tiftiin l.ivow Milan mtfuJ.V.w on und M'c rJan. fl, Jsl. N.j. north lcvp.at p.m. V. 1. " 2:55 a.m. No. J, uth ;va: 12:4-.in. No. V - " 1:10 p.ni. N- .", aAcuniinMatioti........ 9:00 .Ii. A. V. I.vino, Ajri-nt, Milan, Tenn. . r. atmore, . r. & t. a. lui-villc, Ky. (). F. rant well, t-ul Ticket Agent. CITY OFFICER?. !'.. H. I tale, Mayor. Jito. 1). l.u-k, 'ity Marshal. U. F. HaiiH.Ci-o. W. Martin W. II. Cii.y, tUv. II:A-ih, K. N. Ktmicaul V. J. Ilmiitc, AMcitm-n. CHriilllKK. J'.uptist Church street, J. L. Lloyd Pj.tor. Prcut'hliiR every Hunday fnornlnjr aud evening. Prayer meet i:ip i Wwlnwlay evening. Suuday rch(A P am. MethodM A'orth Main street, M. M. Tflori Tstor. lrcaching everj Sunday morning and evening. Pray er mating Tnexlayveilug. -5nuday-nehool t am. ' St. Andiron Milou, Episcopal At CXIJ FdlowV JIall, f 3nirch strtn-t. l)i j. X.Ijcv, Pvctor, nenicc l.st and :rtl SnJayi in each month. Siindny V.':!iol .!1!ii. CaniU'riand Prcwln-terinn Thunh street, t)dd Fi-Howi lall. F. P. Flani kcii. Pastor. 1'rccn'hliig 2id,and 4th Simdav in each month, Prayer-1 invetiiur cvty niurmlay evening. tuul:iv k1kk)1 V a. in. . is ..r ir IJilfyLigc-,"xi. 4-V.-J. H. Pick-; i. non, liictutor; II. L. niekinsoii, Itc-, ji-.rter. IxKige meets 1st ana rn niglits in each month. I.O. O. V. Milmi Lodtfe,' No. l.V.-Mcets every Wednesday nhtlit. J. II. Dickinson, . fi., W. Y Williamson, Sce'y. ir. .;.r. Milan lyalge, Ni. 70J T Anderson, N C, W H Algee St:'y. Ixlge meet 2.id and 4th Monday nights in each mouth. A. t). V. W. Stonewall liodgc. No. 30- S II Ilule, M W, W Y Williamson, itf-orler. ixxlge meets r.d and 4th Friday nights. K. of P. Prusero Idgc, No. 24 -W J Hine, O C, Eli Stone, K of It and S. Jodge meeU everj- Thuixtay evening. I. O. F. fotirt Milan, No. 11 W II Algee, O It, W Y Wniamaon, Sce'y. Ixlge meet.i 2ut Mid 4th Frida nights in each month. K. Rud L.oflI. " Eagln Iwlge, No. 50 Mwt 1st and Srd Monday nighfa in each month. E X Stone, P, E P Donnell, Sec'y. Exclmnge-Monitor The old Milan Exchange comes out this week for the first tune i Qn under it new management eron-nt H tlie iarge numrer iau cfTftscimTit-', 'c havo enlarge! it a tbitty-six iu.tead of a thirty- 1 wo olrTTOi paj. r. Owing to the work f getting up the change, we j 1 uuM not have-time to hunt up a y..s ;tm- l.nt now IIHIH a ' rv ut a,aa ..... the machinery is up and well oil- ed, and we propose to go to work i o restore the old Exchange to its pristine glory. Our subscription lit is rapidly increasing, our friends all along the line are giv 12 us sultantial encouragement in the uay of advertising andsulv M-riptiou. This is all absolutely s- nti.il to the fucces.s of any pa jh r ami we would r-till urge upon i:r friends that we must all pull t iethcr ami we will put our boulder to the wheel and then we :j:.hmc the best paper in west Tennessee. CIXDERS. lkautiful rain. Tore plar.k-walks. Advertise in the Exchasgk Our plank-walk carpenters are i-n a .strike. Pring vour job work to the Ex change ofliee. The sal.x'ii keeivrs have a fat thing of it now. Mr. A. C. Hamilton is the hp-pii-ft man in Milan. It's a girl. Msrs. Tad. Mc. and Harvy Ik are now working en the streets. The Exchange is the lest ad- vertisinc medium in West Tenn. Why can't MiUn have plank- v alks on both sides of ma m street. The doleful sound of the serer.a- dors can be heard on our streets at night. !onlev A- Harrier., have an m. t cresting local in this i - ue - Rend it. The base ball payers of Milan, arc pnittii-irg ball catching ev ery evening. We will soon bear the musical voice of the small boy, peddling strawberries. Most of our fisherman are hav v" t!d luck t the river fish- s-if S'"tt ibc-v will be a marriage ne.ix V "i- ian K:rr Olday.- ' ' - The Baptist church-vard has Uiclv -been clcare!. arl rdds j h t it Jock. ' ' if Jro.l Junle lh.es on Main Strcr wc cut ffl, liny vit,uli look better. K. L. Chambers is offering rare liarp.dus at hi store. Head his lo cals in another column. Now is the time t po to New Orleans cheap. Go on Collins' Kx curion next WclneLiy. The Ieal trees on lain Street arclseing cut down. Jx-t young trcCH le ;tout iinmcdiately. Ue vant 1500 tubcrilcrs for the Kxi hasi.e in the next 60 days. Subscription $1.50 a yewr, indvanv. The colored musiciaus from YA ivar made music on the ftrcetg hist 'Thurslay for tlie tanefit of our citizens. Tlic street coiumittcc are doing wmc excellent work on 1st street and others. Now lorik after the plank walks. Milan has no amusement now. The clerks nre always busy, and are not pitching horse-shoes, play in? marblep, itc. IX C. Scnter lost a very fine eolt a few lays sincej Although it was only a few days old, lie had lecn ofle red $75 for it Jordan fc Stone, changes the reading matter in their column tliis week. Head it and go and see what they have got. e hear of two ladies who are making two pretty dresses in the suburbs. Don't be surprised, if there should be a wedding. Mayor Hale, had Andy Redman Jsent to the poor house last Wednes day. Redman's right knee was oaaiy.liun,ana was unaoie io wock , II . 1- Dr. R. T. Davidsi.ii, the dentist of Dver Station is in the City. Those wishing work goto see him lie is located at the Milan Hotel On account of our printer be ing sick and a ru.-h of job work, our paper is a little late. We will try and have it out on time here after. V ' The Ladies Aid Society are hav ing some efficient work done on the inside of the Methodist church The society deserves much creditfor their hard labor. Our strawbery men should not forget to look in the Exchaxge to see who are the ,lcst commission men to ship to. Give them a trial with an cary shipment. Messrs. W. C. Turner and M. L. Haird garc 15 foot each to the corporalion, and extended College street! the Cotton compress, mat- ing i Our Trieuds' should not forget that the Monitou and Exchange have been consolidated and lth together propose to be the best local paper in this country. Suh scri be. Collins' excursion train leaves here next Wednesday, May 11th, -w irieans, you snoum ibkc j advantage of this and visit that ...If,- AtiK-tinrjl fur mnnrl triiv Ticket good for 10 days. During the month of April, the C, St. L. & N. O. railroad trans ferred to the L. fc N. road, o,2,- 750 pounds of freight, and recciv- l from the I,. A: A. nwd, .,MiV lu- We are under obligations to Mr. Will Hawks, for courtesies extend (u u, while in Xal. villc-. If yon want good cigars while you are in Nashville, go and see him at B. F. Moore A Co., opposite Maxwell house. The force that has been working on our plank-M alks, are on a strike for 25 per cent, addition to wages. The citizens are sympathizing w ithlhe workman. We think the Wses will increase the pay by next Tuesday. All the merchants .and drug gists, who sell whiskey, were noti fied by Mayor Hale last week that they would ha ve to sell out the whiskey they had on hand by Sat urday night, or pay tippling li cense. They sold out. Who will be the first to bring to this oiliee a box of strawberies. Col. Joe Rainser is generally in ' tlie lead and the man -ho lieats hiin w ill have to rise early. Since writing the above, Mr. Joe Ramscr has laid on our table a delicious bunch of strawberries. M ilau can Iwast of a man that can laugh longer, louder and at nothing than any other man in West Tennessee. If any of our n?ighlH)rin! towns don't believe it. let them brinsr their man. r.in we jK,t ou you irarvry ? . Remember that Collins' Excur- g.Qn u Nw 0rJcans win ,pavc , j lf Vou j want to see the beautiful city of New Orleans, and Porte Eads and the beautiful scenery on the Mis sissippi River, we advise you to ! take this trip. i 'Of all the saws lever saw saw, I never saw a saw saw as that saw saw, except a saw that I once saw saw in Arkansaw, and that saw that I once saw saw in Arkansaw w ould outsaw anv saw that I ever saw saw before I saw that saw saw in Arkansaw." Ex. A There was a baptizing of some (rVonvrf s of the recent Mtown last Sundays J.UIx)yd. There! r make considerable accession the Baptist church here, f T. J. Paaily & Co., St. Louis, was given the contract to build the Gibson county jail, which burned recently. They are to have it fin- ir-hed by the 15th of .September. They say when they finish, it will be the best jail in Tennessee. This jail will cost the coanty $13,690. The old one cost about $30,000. During our recent visit to Nash ville we had occasion to ride on our friend, Conductor Jim Hamil ton's train. We find him as courteous and affable as ever. He makes himself agreeable to all of his passengers, aud has won a host of friends by his kindness and gentlemanly manners. May suc cess accompany Jim on all of his trains.- We are glad to say that the Ger mans wha ha.ve recently come to this place from Germany arc so well pleased that they have bought land near town and are going to work. We lerfrn that another lot are on the way and will be here in few weeks. Why cannot our ico ple form themselves into an or ganization to encourage these ico pleto conic and to furnish them with good, cheap homes after they arrive. The attention of the ladies are directed to the to the advertise ment of Mrs Belle Petersen an other column. Ladies, if you wish any goods that you can't get in Mi lan, or samples, we refer you to Mrs Iklle IVters, 164 Second St., Iiuisville, Kv, who is well recom mended by the citizens of that city Send your orders to her, she will do your shopping and guarantees satisfaction, and charges onlyo icr cent commission. Correspond with her. A fac-simile, of our our fiiiud, Hob Harper, before going and f- tcr returning from the Nashville Exposition. . Refoi going. After returning. - ?.'.'.,.,.' t PEESOHAL. Rev. J L Loyd, is attending the Raptist Convention at Columbus, Miss. Mr.Jas. R. Algee, Editor of the Vindicator, Huntingdon, was in the city Tuesday. Mr. G. W. Armstead", Editor of the Bolivar Bulliten, called to se us last Wednesday. Col.J. S. Jones, of Trezevant, was in town last Sunday, genial j and amiling as ever. We are glad to see ReT. M. -V. Taylor, on the streets again, who has been quite sick of measeK Our friend, Geo. I Alley, of Louisville, was mixing with the merchants, and his friends, here Monday. Miis Mat tie Scdlerry, a charm ing young lady from near Tren ton, is in the city visiting friends and relatives. W. Y. Williamson has gone to Nashville to attend the grand high court of the IndcDendent ol der of forresters. Afrs. W. B.Guion has our thanks for the first delicious strawberries of the season. She had (hem picked last Tuesday. We are under many obligations to Miss Emma McDonald for a beautiful lH.uquet of HoweM, which graces the desk in our sanc tum, sanctorum. Bob Harper has returned from Nashville, after a sojourned in the city for three days. Go around and hear Bob's talk alout the ex losition, it is interesting. Mrs. D. A. Taylor and - Mrs. D. H. Wyont left last Monday for Eureka Springs, where they will spend the summer for their health. Wc hope they will return with much improved health. Died : Mr. Geo. P. McAlelly an old and well-known citizen who lives a few miles North of town died a few days' ago. He was a good citizen and the community in which he lives sorely miss him. G. W. Seymore, a well-known citizen of this town, died of pneu monia last Sunday morning. Mr. Seymore was a man unirersally esteemed for his manly admirable qualities and whose place as a cit izen will le hard to fill. We ex tend the sympithies of the commu nity to the bereaved family. Freddie Hurt, infant son of A. B. Hurt, died on last Sunday night. An Allwise Providence ha seen fit to transplant this little flower ere it has opened into bloom, to his kingdom, where it can bloom through all eternity a perfect flower. We extend our heartfelt FTtnjiathies to the bereaved pa rents. - SboTer of tha Queer. Deputy United States Marshal, R. Fv Ham, arrested one . Brawner for passing couterfeit money last MoUiUv. Jsrawner live near Dresden, od re'-ondorstar1- that hehaajiot iieea in the .f-lsu.j.s oug. ttooert (Carried an ' ' . ; - j- 4 j Memphis p ' ' w I w A Eare Ocntncc. ; For the satisfaction and benefit of my neighbors and friends, and those interested in ruif ing stock as myself, I write this article. Good many have expressed to mc their opinion as to the impos- sibility, and frequently ask me as to the facts of the report concern ing my mare this spring, and some of whom have approach me in this style: Mose somebody is telling a falsehood on vou.n Facts are these: Alont the mid dle of Nov. last, while plowing my mare was accidentally thrown on her back into a well 12 or 14 feet deep. The well being nearly full of old rotton peach-tree brush, and the plow holding in the bank broke her fall and did not damage her much. After rallying up help we dug an incline ditch, down to to the water's edge, thinking she could get up and walk out, she made several efforts and failed. Fortunately, Tom. Clark, col, was passing, and by aid of him and his four-horse' team we finally succeed ed in getting the mare on top of the ground, and to the surprise of all present, she got upon her feet. The strange part is this, about the last of January she dropped a large wcll-devclood colt, doubtless had been dead a few days. On the eve ning of the 25th of March, the same mare dclivered'anothcr well developed living mare colt, 3 feet 6 inches high. At this writing the colt is living and doing well. This seems to le a poser of the nineteenth century, even to expe rienced stock men and doctors. Humboldt and Trenton papers please copy. T. M. Karxes. The ice factory at Jacksoa is in full blast. . , East Tennessee pajicrs report the growing wheat crop looking well. Sa'-ah Bernhardt, sailed last Wednesday from New York for France. Nashville has two hcrdics on the streets now, and will have more in a few days. During the month of April, 80, 000 immigrants passed through Chicago to settle in the northwest. Conkling says he intends to de vote the rest of his term to revenge on Garfield, and if he yields one loint, he will make him yield on another. A white child (i or 8 months old was found in the Cumberland river last Sunday. The child was supposed to have been thrown in the river. The Frankfort, Ky., Yeoman says the members of the Kentucky Press Association have all joined the Murphies. We are satisfied that all the members of the Ten nessee Press will join. Local Notices. Lookout, Free exhibition at Conley t Har risons' store this week. Everybody invited; no charge for men, women and children, and the entire show under one roof. Supreme courtesy shown the ladies, and you will miss a treat if you don't go, worlds wonder, and don't you forget it. If you fail this week come early next, we want to sec you and don't you forget it. Com.ev tfc Harrison. dolpb Conley, Tom Harrison, Col. Dick Davis general mashers and caterers. P. S. Ministers can attend this show with impunity, and all who come will rejieat the visit. PS the last We-have lots o pretty goods at our house. We buy in quantities of less than a million dol. at a time, hence we can afford to compete with our neighbors. Sell a heap of things remarkably cheap, some high. We can he but it's not pleasant. Lots of Ladies Ulsters just in. We have most things that other people keep and Tome they dont keep, look for you gelf. C. 4 H. We would call your attention to the old reliable J. W. Younger. He repairs guns and pistols and sewing machines. All orders will receive prompt attention. REMOVED. The Armstrong Furniture EVAXSVILLE, INDIANA. MJLITUF.CTE3 & WHOLESALE 2DHLAX.'S Furniture, Chairs, Mattresses & Upholstery. Have removed their Salesroom Upper First Street. Their new Ofliee and Salesrooms arc in the heart of the Wholesale trade, occupying three large buildings supplied with Power passenger and freight elevators. Office and counting rooms are on first floor in fron of N. 110 Unner First St., conneetinz with sales and ware-rooms, where they have customers, making visit to their way not excelled bv anv concern stock on hand at all times. Rememberthe Ofice, 110 Upper First 110 & 112. Entrance, No. 110 Factory, Saw-mill, Lumber-yard, Stables, 'Ac, Cor. Franklin St. and tvenfh Avenue. . ""Do not'Tculitp, ykit us wljQn' in .tp? Cjty..- U-f VA ARMSTRONG, FrWu " ;a '- tfRICE, Treaty Lutiiii i Shiloh's Catarrh Remedy. A marvelous cure for Catsxrh, Diphtheria, Canker mouth, and Headache. With each bottle there is an ingenius nasal injector for the more ruccessful treatment of these complaints without extra charge. Price 50 cents. Sold by M. D. L. JORDAN. , Keep in your mind andj go to Chamber's Cheap Dry Goods Store. Chambers Cheap Store is the place to save money. We have a speedy and positive cure for Catarrh, Diphtheria, Can ker Mouth and Head Ache in SHILOH'S CATARRH REMEDY A nasal injector free with each lottle. Use it if you desire health and sweet breath. Price 50 cents. Sold by Dr. M. D. 1 JORDAN. Should you need Watches, diamonds, jewelry, solid silver ware, silver plated ware, clocks or cutlery, send to Mermod, Jaccard fe Co., corner of Fourth and Locust streets, St. Louis, for their illustrated price list. This jewelry house, the largest in the south and we6t, has on hand the finest stock, and sell their goods lower than any house in the south or west. They make specialty of gold, solid silver watches for $10, which they warrant. When in St. Louis be certain to see the em inense jewelry house of Mermod, Jaccard & Co., corner of Fourth and Locust. Oh. What a Cough! Will you heed the warning. The signal perhaps of the sure ap proach of that more terrible dis ease consumption. Ask yourselves if you can afford for the sake ot 50 cents, to run the risk and do nothing for it. Wc know from experience that Shiloh's Cure wiil cure your cough. It never fails. This explains why more than a Millian Iiottles were sold last year. It relieves Croup and Whooping Cough at once. Mothers, do not be without it. For Lame Back, Side, or Chest, use Shiloh's Torous Plaster. Sold by M. D. L. JORDAN. Many persons take medicine for their ailments and as soon as they feel better they disregard all direc tions and stop taking it. They try it again and again, and finally throw it aside as worthless, when, had it been persevered in from the start, a permanent cure would have been affected. Now in taking Prickly Ash Bitters for all com plaints of the Stomach and Bow els, remember to give the medi cine a chance and don't expect one or two doses to cure vou. Dyspepsia and Lir rC'om plaint. Is it not worth. the smail price of 75 cents to free yourself of ev cry symptom of these distressing complaints? If you think so call at our store and eet a bottle of Shiloh's Yitalizer ; even- bottle has a printed guarantee on it, use accordingly and if it does you no cood it will cost you nothing. Sold bv M. D. L. JORDAN. When you come to town go and see the big bargains at Chamber's Cheap Store. LouisvilleShopping Of every discription, for ladies and eentlemen. tor circular address with stamp. MRS. BELLE PE TERS, 164 Second St., Reference : Bank of Louesville, and Dr. J. K Brady, Louisville, Ky. Commission 4 per cent. It would astonish you to sec how cheap goods are lndng sold at Chambers Cheap Store Co., and Office to Nos. 108, 110 A 112 every facility for accomodating their house pleasant and profitable in a in the world. &xtr large ana nne New Location. St, Salesrooms, Nos. 103 . . Will You cast your Eya (1 own t h is c ol u m n Don't Fail The readers of the Exchange ar requested to call at Jordan & Stone as there is a chance for vou to save MONEY Especially if you are ex- wrm.!"; to Buy Goods Tell your neighbors and lcmls to OOme and CX- amine our Good Prices "uaranteed the lowest. The ladies tell us we have the pret tiest line of dress iroods and trimm- ings in the city. O ur custom shoes for ladies, misses and gents are tip top goods and latest styles. uiotning to .1 . old and young gen- tlemen. DO not fail to see our clothing heforevou nurehase j r elsewhere. If We rmnn nt. sn it. vnn . will . . Fusl )uu 111 Pilv;co Uur goods are all in plain figures, little children can buy as eheap as men., rriceg wmi t leu. JORDAN & STOE. NEW SPRIIG GOODS- JUST RECEIVED BY J ROBERTSON & BOTTS, . Under King's Opera House, Jackson, Tennessee. Dress uoods. A great manv special Novelties not to be found in any other house m th ,rist m?o f JrJ Silks, Merveilleux, Satin de Iivons, Black Silks, .Colored, Plom ."Pi1, S X' fashionable shades, Bayadere Stripes, Plaids Brocades, Ombre Satin and Silk FJg:i Our Moumihg Goods Department h complete in every particular. Our gZ1 part Ties, Fichus, Fens, etc. HAMBURG KUGLNGS . x-r ivcfnTTVC mcnts is full of the newest .Novelties. Also noveuies in duwqs, rou.-, K ni Gloves, Thread & Lace Gknes,r . , rhndw n,en'a amj boy Corsets, Hoop-Skirts, etc HOSIEEY. The largest and most complete stock ever offered in Jackson. La dies', Misses', Children's andGents: underwear, nosiery anu .cck wear at prices loner than the lowest. Milliners Department. This department is under the charge of Miss Ra-j chel McLean, of Acw Aork I lty, andean snow mc handsomest stock of millinery and hair gxls eve? offered in this eitv. Call and examine our stock and goods. We can pleae you. LaFayettc and Liberty ----- The Proprietor has been East, Goods. The Goods are coming in Many are new styles with old names will be best known after having and that Vermacelli Liice will not Special attention is called to In every variety of the latest designs in foreign and domestic I abnes, witft a ?pienum 4,xieiv vi Trimmings and Buttons, Hosiery, Gloves, Fichus, Scarfs, Ribbons, Etc. are unsurpassed bv any market. Parasols and Fans are superb. House Keeping boods, Namely : Table Demask, Napkins, Doyles, Towels, Curtains and Curtain Net, and all new designs and specially attractive. SUITES FOR LADIES, CHILDREN AND MEN GOOD AND CHEAP. , , Tnc stock is in a word made up of the Latest Style of good, serviceable Gooc s, and wi 1 be so..l at the lowest Prices any house can sell and pay "one hundred cents on patronage the Proprietor rospect fully asks all to come and see. Still up Captain Sullivan and Clothing and Gents' Furnisnmg uooas. Which can ho found in anv market. The stock is complete in all departments, in d a cartful i n snection will convimc anv one of "the beauty and clu-Miess of their goods. Be sure to call early. jje promptly n-paml. whlpHtntt,w.hWn?,le4aj1Lnbocbw threa.1, rl H.lteV Son Jk'S it JOSEPH MITJ'HKMS, lioiler Yard. BOILER BUII DFR OF BOILERS for Rainbow and Jesse K Our advice to those wishing to play a social game of billiards is to ' r0 to Phid Phelens Palace Saloon, where thev will find a good table Callage Plants. I have 10,000 cabbage plants which I will sell at 15 cents per hundred. Leave orders at tnc Exchange office. 2t. " 1UK.K. Bead This I am now prepared to do all kinds of cabinet work, and re mirinz furniture of all kinds. I h:ive also on hand a fine lot of caskets ana com us, for sale cheap for cash. Call in and sce m flTJt me at my piace oi uusiuws, ..v old stand on Front; Row, formerly the firm of Parish & Richardson. G. L. Richaedsos. The Admirers Of the product of I. W. Harper Distiller,NelsonCounty,Kentucky, are hereby informed that his Whis key is not sold promiscuously over the country but is placed only into the hands of one respectable dealer - wnose name is a 111 CUtll guarantee that the Whiskey is sold pure as it comes from the Dis- .m f- W II. i.oiev 13 tfi; Milaa Tenn. William J. Haire, dyer and lT'mft onri nindimr done, ah paniiig ----- o work warranted to give sausiae tion. Co to the City Hotel and get a - first-class meal. dr. r. t. davidson, DENTAL SURGEON, satisfaction Guaranteed will visit M3n the first week te iih lMntk. Office t -tfilan Hotel. Booots and Shoes. t everv erade and rrice. Th , . . r finest stock of custom-made shoesl lever offered in Jackson. HATS. All new and desirable shajesJ Fur, waol, straw and ventilators cheap. Uejartment, and We arc determined to sell prices. V HOLLAND'S, Streets, and is home again. He bought a andare bcin- ciencd,and are pronouuccsl peawiiui, iovt i , ' j : and some old styles with new names ; alt, lite a r rem n mu m w.. ; been seen. As it is found. Surrah make good soup ; neither will a liernhardl supper nt u ui v o-.a. j tnc stcx'K oi . a e a a rl - AMD - With the Season. Mr. McCall are exhibiting some of the "nobbiest" Gocds in Respectfy, CORBETT BROTHERS, WHOL1-XALK MANUFACTUBE8 0F . AND 23 South 3Iarket Street. Nashville. blnnke rff. . Hors. Clothing of all kiinto. ESTABLISHED 1S36. C. J. WALTON, SUtL'EMSORTO JOSEPH Al 1 1 J U. 3U Steamers R. E. Lee, J. M. White, J W Cannon, E1 Richanlsor., Bell M ills, Ix)uisville, Ky., Birmingham Rolling Mill Co. BOOOTS, SHOES, HjVTS Exclusively. Completest Stock OF Ladies&Childrens. Shoes, Largest and Fullest Assortment of Gents' BOOTS, SHOES, CAPS, Ever brought to Jackson, at W. F. ALEXANDER'S. Dealing exclusively in those goods Alexander offers tha completest Assortment, and the best bargains in the citv. i DONNELL Cot. Main and KnciirissMrasJiP IW keep tverythlnff that to xamllj kept In a flu:-' fl nest Lifers, Tobaccos, Whiaky and canned goo. Staple Goods, Ml t New York prices. Cot if. siades. Jeans, Tickings, drills, she clings; Prints, Domestics, chevor. SHIRTS ASD COLLARS large assortment suwl all ?izc-. Ererv description, sizgane pner. Dress-Making Department. Miss Lucy Rhotlcs has charge of the Dro-Mnakirg she will insure satisfaction goods cheap. No trouble to shew . I a. .4V DnH.' ivoDensoii jjwup. V Jacksonf Tenc. j . , - "TT great variety of Fancy and St r- , bilks to be seen, sen u i u.n. . ' i i e T the dollar. i nansiui ior pa.-i " , w. iiviav. i MDDIMS Tenn. 1j 0 u r i & MATHIS T C. J.VAXflf . ' I Piptlet Dealers in I Front 5iin MilaA Tenn. jr- . r - .