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Mail. fc)r. w. 6 56 r. a.
P. H. UAWKS. Aret.
Train- on titber road, if ntmurjr, wait half
an buur for trains an laa other.
Arrival mmA aartar f ! Malta.
A rri ve from the Soarh ana W eat at : 45 a. a.
From the Earl, 11:80 a. m. Front the Serth.
Ileuart Soi tbeneEast.6:iSn. as. WH.U:3S
a. m. Sooth, 9:V a. .
J. U. Eoyo", PeetmaaUr.
Jon. Williaasa. Sharif,
tt. 0. Holmes. Coanty Coart Clark.
H. E. IUines. Chaaeery Coart Clark.
'm. Moore. Circuit Coart Clerk.
W. M. Halfora. Coroner.
. 0. MrEwaa. Trustee.
I. I. Allan. Tel Collector.
J. A. W. Hess, Coantr 6anraar.
A. S.Ourrey. Superintendent Puelie SAeit.
W. K. Cox. Rarutar.
A. Jordan, Mayor and Recorder.
J. L. Williamson. Crtr Attorney.
J. L. McDonald. City Marshal.
Dr. J. 0. Boyd. M. L. Rarrd. Tfsiswa WiW3i
oii, S. F. Rankin. V.J. Hooaa, J. K. Pickia
Baptist-CJxrch street. 3. P. ITee rat. Pastor.
Preaching evary Sunday morning and eveaina
I'rayer uteetiac Tkuraday araainf . Sunday
Methdist Sorth Maia ttroot. B. T. Peebles,
factor. Prearhtnc CTary Sanday morning and
evening. Prayar meeting Taeeaay eeeainf.
Ijumlsy-schnol 9 a. at .
Methodist AaeViendship, thrca en ilea -east of
Milan. J. W. Jones talor. rreacbiag fourth
Sun lar in aa-h moath, at 11 a. at.
Old tboel Presbyterian- -Dr. J. E. Bright.
t.tr. Service 2d Sanday iaachsaeath.
Cumberland Presbyteriaa At Friendship, S
voiles east of Milan. J. J. Cray, pastor. 8er"
-?t third Saturday and Sabbath ia each aaoateL.
I. 0. O. F.
Milan L.-ir. Sa. 155-J. H. Holt. X. G.
' rillismson. V 42, BP Haan. Reeratary
w II Coley. Treasurer. Lad as aria awery
Milan Lodge. I.lM-MeeU WedaasdaylOa.
m. aftrrrs-li full moo. Dr. M.B. L. Jordan.
?Jler. (. Lowtr, rWrotary.
Lavinia Cbaptar 5a. 8S Mreta Friday night
m or (K-forr ra-h full mooa. M. D. L. Jordan.
il I'. W. L. Horoar, Raeorder.
t.avinia Caunnil. Xa.St Maata Friday night
un or W-1orre'-h full mooa. M. D. L. Jordan.
T. I. M. . II. Ilala. tloeordar.
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
MtUn liriuN. a Moati Friday Wfoca tba
third rundtt, atdd Fallowt' HaQ. B. U.
II ila. Mfr. Roaart Navbit. SoeraUry.
N. Hnpa O-anaaKa. Moata M Hatnrday
ia i"h minth, at Frioadrbip. A. B. Hart.
Master. j. 8. Caantagkaai, Soc rotary.
Walnut Ornae ti-ange. No. J MeaU Friday
rvr!iiua befora tba tdird Sunday iaaaak moatk.
K. II. Good in aa, Maatar. . kf. II 1bm. 6ae
tctary. I. O.of O.t.
FricLhip Loda. No. Kl-Kaot at Friaad-
hip, S milaa oH of Milan, ooory lit and Sd
atiirdar. at 7 p. m. Jamaa Loaaonbarry, IT.
C. T. P. L. Afkinaaav. ticiaary.
Larioia IMtga, Ka. . Maota arary 2d and
4th Saturday, at T au m. Baaka Adaata. W . C. ;
T. Serr Kringor, Saciatary.
Il.ipe II ill Lodgo. 5a. l MoaU tha saeond
and f-mrth Saturday night in aack aaath. W.
P. CbiliraaP. W. C. T. Jak W. ian.oe.'
Walnut tfrava TxMlge, No. . Maata arary
Xburiday night. W. H. Aooamaa, W. C. T.
r. f. t.
Milan Connril. No. 71 Maata ary Friday
sight at 0"M Fi11i' Mall. W.i. Sanaa. W.
P. H. L. Dtckitiaon. aoratary.
W K ARE AL'NHORIZED TO AN
nounno Da. W. O. LEWTER aa a
caiiilal lor Mayor at too Daramoor elect Min.
A Oraaa JKark
ti cL margin of your pafer indi-
eUn tb't your time is oft, or will ex
rire with the next paper. Remember
our rule c ai always xs advance.
If not renewed, we take it for granted
you do not want the paper any longer,
auJ y ur uaaie will be dropped from
our list. We intend to publish the
beet y-iper in West Tenneem, and
the more euWribers we get, tire beV
ter w e can make the paper. Let eve
ry one renew and bring another with
Saw a Taarr Tlaaa!
All our farmer friends who wish to
Fubft-rilie fir - e Exchange, and are
a little fhort of greenbacks, etas pay
for it in wood. Hitch up yoar learn
and brin? it in while tha roads art
Just received, from the beet cigar
manufacturer and largest importer in
the city vf New York, a oasapsesc lm
of cigars, of every grade, shade and
quality. Call and examine.
L. W. Dtshqno.
A W ar.
Now that the election is ovar, wa
projKtse to devote our time tm4 apmm.
to tit, and we intend to publish
more of it and better than any pa par
around us. We hope oor friend will
come up liberally to owr support Let
every subscrilter who is plea! with
the Exchance send one saorw to us.
Dor., Sash and Blind, chaw per
than ever leibre offered in Milan.
Hale, Vaxhook dt Ca
A s money is scarce and times are
hard, v e wi.l for the next three months
take almost any kind of produce in
exchange fur our paper. Bring in
your butter, eggs, chickens, etc Now
L your time to pay for the Exchange
and never miss the money.
We have on haad a lot of ld ews
pajfcr?, which can be .bought at one
dollar per hundred.
Ture HavaiM cigars just reeerted 1
by X aJesiiomj. ,
Verj cold giact our hxt.
Ca.pl. Moore !rw & live! bow.
The woods are burning c few t&Hes
tLu title of McKeoxie.
A jokt plajed oo a smiH dog cased
t lirelj fijitictifl l&t Satuniij.
CoL Atmore went to Memphis last
week od atajed evertl days. ' Busl
Bes.il Cpt J. L. McDonald is baHdios
a handsome frsme house oa Jackson
Dr Pearce has just tmish4 aa ele
gant two-story residence on Third
The roong Wks Tot "P uu'
prompta hop at Dickinson's Hall last
Dr Jordan closed his canvass with
a speech to a large crowd at Hunting
don Lust Monday.
The farmers in the vicinity of Bra
til corcjiain that their cattle are being
ftcAtn by the negroes,
A negro woman with a heavy mus
tache attracted general attention at
the depot Tuesday morning.
Dr Lcwtcr left Tuesday night to
attend the Masonic Grand Iedge,
whach Is now ia so&sion in Nxsbrille.
The Senatorial catrftdales addressed
our olttzeDS at the College Saturday
night A large crowd was out to hear
them. Dr Jordan ued up his oppo
Our clever young friend. Ben,
Rngsdule, formerly of the "Express
office here, is sow running as messen
ger on the Matnphis and Charleston
road. He will do his duty w herever
be is placet!.
We understand the McKenzie Hotel
will soon change hands. It is to be
hoped the srw proprietor will have a
fire in the liidiea' sitting rouni, and not
nilow them to suffer with cold, as they
did Tuesday Aght
Dr Lewter is announced this week
as a candidate for Mayor at the ap
proaching municipal election. He is
well known to our readers, has a host
of friends, smd whoever beats Lira
will certainly, be elected. ., .
Capt Tom. Huthinson is the most
popular conductor we know of. Every
body likes- to travel on his train,
because he is attentive and accomoda
ting ia a!5, and is as careful as any one
could ak. Long may he wave!
Messrs J. M. Johnson and J. M.
Younger were in the city a few days
a rro, looking around with a view of
settling here. Parties w ho have pro
perty to sell or rent will do well to
let it be knows through our columns,
Chickens, eggs and butter.
15 Hale, Vanhook- & Co.
V1,M eivai Away. ?
We will 6end the Excilanqx and the
IiOaUM'iUe Weekly Courier-Journal,
pontage prepaid on both papers, for
one year,' for $3.50. The Weekly
Courier-Journal is tha great family
paper of the Southwest It will, on
Decesnhcr SI, 1874, distribute impar
tially 110,009 in valuable presents
among its subsctilKTS, and arvery sub
scription sent through us will be en
titled to a registered and sKimbcred
receipt for this distribution.
"Valdivia;" a tale of the South, a
magnificent serial story, will be eum
u cooed in the WetUy Courier-Journal
early in November. Send us 13.50
ad get both papers.
Best imported cigars at Doohorfa.
Pra Parker has returned, afteratwo
While in Memphis last week, we
had the pleasure of meeting our tal
ented young fxiend, J. D. Robinson,
Esq., who is doing a good law business,
which be deserves.
Maj. J. V. Ryan, genfralinstxrioee
agent, called on us Monday.
J. A. Grundy, of Tavel, Eastman &
Howell's mammoth book, stationery
aad publishing house, Nashville, was
in to see us Monday. He reports
batmen fair In his Ene.
Fresh supply of sugar and molas
ses, etc Hale, Vanhoox & uo.
Watot ssm fmpor 1'aata. '
An exchange truly says that it costs
n than cent a day to take our
weekly paper less than a diligent hen
would earn ia a year at the market
priae of eggs ; less than one cigar a
week, and very cheap one at that ;
than a barber would charge by
the year to keep one's hair trimmed ;
lest than a good thanksgiving turkey;
less than a seat one night at the opera.
leas than an energetic kitchen girl will
waste in a week. A cent a day can
he eaved in many a way better than
stopping a family paper.
Smokers, go to Deshong's.
Mr John Thomas met with a very
severe accident at the freight depot
Tuesday morning. While weighing
a bale of cotton, the rope attached to
the scales broke, causing him to fall
off the platform, fracturing his right
knee-cap badly. Dr Jordan waa
called in and dressed the wound. Mr
Thomaa would not be cut out of hie
vote, though; but drove by the polls
and ex.erdeef the right of a freeman, :
TSJsjngJtaa Straight ticket" '
i- .:. a
Oar good fiiend MrS O. Btewut,
laid on curlabie the other day s beet
bich wejbe, eight ponnds, and it!
lja't A gjd ju for beets ertlrer.-
TltWT All iUl( fW Mao-Tat
trrfkt Ticket tlrrt.
The election here passed off very
quietly. There was nothing like a full extensive arrangements for entertain
vote palled, yet the relative loss of the , big this dignified bxxly U gentlemen.
Republicans was much larger than , which will convene in the Baptist
that of the Democrats. The following ' church this moraing. By refcrence
vote was polled; Porter, 271; May- to the follow rag programme of exer
nard 62; Congress, W. P. Caldwell, ', cises, it will be seen that lectures are
271: D. A Nuan, 6L Sentaor, M j to be delivered by a number of the
D. L. Jordan, 271; John W. Har 4 leading ministers of that denomination
wood, 51; Representative, Wise A. j from diiferc;il State?. Our citixens
Cooper, 240; L. P. McMurray, 8G; j a ill tkus be permitted to enjoy rare
Floater, R. P. Cole, 2G0,
Rutherford gives Porter 86, May
aard I, CaUweJl 86, Nuna 1.
The election here to-day passed off
quietly. The following is the result:
For governor, Porter, 340; Maynard,
llA For congres-, Caldwall, 310;
Nunn,187i: For state senator, Jordan,
338; Harwoed, 185. For the legisla
ture. Cooper, 313; McMurray, 204.
Fox Jjater, Cole, 332.
Porter 98. Maynard 22, Caldwell
98, Nimn22, Jordan 98, Harwood, 17,
Cooper- 7U McMurray 52, Cole 8.
Porter 75, Maynard 11, CaJdwell
74, Nuun 10, Jordan 72, Harwood 8,
Cooper 89, McMurray 44.
Porter 87, Maynard 19, Caldwell
86, Nunn 19, Jordan 86, Harwood 14,
Cooper 36, McMurray 65, Cole 89.
The followbg ii the vote here: For
governor Porter 192, Maynard 0, At
kiaw 190, Mum 9, Cole HG, Jordan
190, Harwood 9, Curtis 195, Bjooks 9,
Porter 71, Maynard S3, Atkins 70,
Mu 34, Jordan" 70, Harwood 34,
Cole 70, CurtU 70, Brooks 38,
Porter 114, Maynard 33, Atkins
HI, Muw 43, Jordan' 114, Harwood
about 40. .
Porter 97, Maynard 51, Atkins 9G,
Muse 55, Jordan 93, Harwotxl 55,
Cole 95, Curds 95, Brooks 55.
The indications are that Caldwell is
elected to Congress by a very large
Atkins is also elected by a large
majority iu the eighth district
Si-avial to tha U ilan Eirbat ga,
Tkkntow, Nov. 4.
Retnrns in from all the dUtrict.
Porter 2650, Maynajd 739, Caldwell
2582, Nuuu 722, Jordsn 2644, Har
wood 676, Cooper 2210, McMurray
1131, Cole 2540. W. A. Coofek.
Ctcial to tba Milaa Eichunga.
HCNXLNGlrON, Nov. 4.
Full returns not iu, but the Repub
licans concede that the comity has
gone Conservative by about 50 to 100
majority. W. II. Hawkins.
; Clothing guaranteed ten per cent,
cheapw than eusy house in tire city.
15 Stone & Mills.
The Law Court adjourned Saturday
evening, the last day buing consumed
in the case of Stanley vs. tlte Mayer
and Alderman of Humboldt, resulting
in a mLtrial.
Several negroes were connoted of
larceny and several others remanded
to jail for trial at next term.
A number f civil e..w were dli
posed of, and still the docket ia heavily
oenmbered. Judge Carthel howl
his ability as a judge in the digiified
manner in which he conducted the
Therehvae a grand black Republican
rally Saturday and a,numbcrf dusky
orators expatiated on civil rights, &c,
Rivers, of the Humboldt Journal,
ays: "A rural lady asked us tne other
day if we could te& her where she
could purchase a bottle of ' hair ma
nure.' We blushed and informed her
that we could not It subsequently
turned out that she was in search of a
Trenton has voted in favor of a
municipal school tax.
The News-Gazette of last week has
Married, in this city on last Tuesday
morning, at the bride's residence, by
Kev. J. U. jloit, of Milan, Mr. Jno,
M Jones, also of Milan, and Miss
Jennie McLaunne, of this city. '
The following marriage licenses
were issued from Oct 1st to date :
George House to Annie Lee.
A D Flowers to A E Becton.
R AV Rickman to Jane Balentine.
George Wofford to A C Torapsun.
Jno Banks to Hannah Bo wen.
Jaa Leach toM M Bright '
Root Adams to Peggy Yates.
T M Bogle to L L FuUerton.
Z F Taylor to Carolina Holland. -
J W Young to S B Pearce.
J K Armstrong to E Dement
Thos Sharp to Jane Love.'
Andrew Driver to Clem Howard.
B D Mills to Mollie Peajce.
D J Holder to M M Holder. '
6 A Miller to M F Blankenship.
. Jas Butler to A E Adams.
Jno M Jones to Jennie McLaurine.
J W Jones to Mila Penn.
Jas A Fol'ey to Ann May.
J G Schew to E Sanders.
A sice line of drees Foods and cloth-
ins; at prims cost for SO days at
HM. feHZPUEKD S.
. .'Ana Tarsi oa.
HrD.IL planVinnhip, while work'
T , fJUlu . ;
mwu " wiy. wjawuad, i tS
bad lit ana trriUy crvahad.
WeaS Taaa XinllrV Imatltnt
( XaaA tier Taxtaj.
Our Baptist friends have made
treat indeed during lliejr stay.
Thursday, 1CJ o'clock a.m. The
Authenticity of the Scriptures S.
Landrum, D. D.
2 o'clock p.m. The Miracles
G. W. Griffin, D. D.
7 o'clock p.m. The Text of the
New Testament Scriptures 43. Baker,
D. D., Rusnetfville, Ky.
Friday, 7 o'clock p.m. The Prin
ciples of Interpretation C. R. Ileu
drickson. Satunhty, 7 o'clock p. m. The Min
istry of the Spirit Geo. A. Lofton,
' Suudav. 7e'clock p.m. The Atone
ment Jaa. P. Boyce, D. D., South
; Monday, 7 6'cloek p.m. Regene
ration H. H. Tucker, D. D. Atlju-
' S. Landrcm,' ")
" Mat. Hiiman, j-Ex.Ctwa.
J- 1L Guaves, )
Parties wishing to rent houses or buy
oropertvciin cet barcauis h eallins on
O. II. fidl.-trom, Milan, Tenn 1-1 y
A drunken man, while leaving towu
Tuol:'.y afternoon, concluded to run
liio hor.se awhile In making a short
turn, he run against a tree, knoc king
him scnst L-ss for some time. He went
home with a badly brui-ed head.
A riot occurred at Euf.tuh;, Ala.,
on election d;v, originating iu an
attempt by a negro to whip another
negro for voting the Democratic
ticket The asKiilunt drew a pistol,
and the result was three negnKs killed,
four mortally, seven seriously and
eight slightly wounded; one white
mortally, one seriously and three
tdigbtly wounded. Five or six hun
cred shots were fired.
Parties who have purchased Will
ing Machines from I laic Yanhook & Co. ,
can return them, if n ;t satisfied.
Hall. Yanhook & Co.
The Grangers around Dixon Si ring.,
in Smith county, are getting up a
stock company to manufacture cheese
ut that place.
The Jacluon Courier-Herald report
that wild-cats are very plentiful in
the h ittoruj near tint city, and that
they are doing serious damage by
killing young pigs.
Milan Collon .Harkrt.
Milan, Nov. 4, 1874.
Shipment since out lost b?ue, 105
hales to Memphis and 14 to New Or-lean.-
-total, lli. Demand good.
Total shipments to November 1st,
( Jood middTmjr,
Graffrr nl Vro'.lnee Market
Bacon, iH.r lb.,
&uj.r:tr, A coiroe,
Cofiiw, goxl Rio,
Jleiil, pr ls3-35
. liutter, ' '
Cliickcn.", '- Hzm,
Temple of Music..
STiilNWAY, KNABE, DUNIIA.M
AND HAINES BROS.
BURDETT A PRINCE'S
O X gT i3L 13L JS 9
Sheet Music, Strings &c
28 Cherry St., XASIIVII.MJ, TESS.
aWOrdera by mail pronpalr fined and nt'w
faction Ca&ranteed. may2S-tt
Union & American,
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.)
Tke Great Saws, Family, Commercial, Po
litical and Afriealtoral Journal of the South.
It Uivwa telegraphic new from all partt of
the world aa coon ai any other paper published
in A mericn.
It iwe,b Mecraiii. tha reneral aawa of
tha old world aa roon aa any other papar pab
linhod in tha United State.
It ViTew, by telocraph. tba latent market
2aotatioa ot all foreign and domestic markets,
ay by day aud week by waek.
It Vlrea. by telcirraph. eTery day. tha clos
ing fnotttions of fold, stocks and bonds ia this
city and in Saw ork. of tha dxy before. .
It iiM, Daily. Serai-Weakly and Weekly,
tha current market price iahacityof Kash
Tille of eery article of Produce and trade in
It Give to the meehanie an account of ,r
enr new iarentioa eajculaud to advance his in
terest by lessening his labor.
It H a ttamaeisU chronicle, which publish
es to the people every fact in the S nances of tin
State and country calculated to advance or re
tard their interests.
It Clvea all tba current political news ad
movements of tha day. and the hoiicft opinions
ef its conductors thereon.
It tilve all local. Stat find si i.oe!!ancows
news f the day.
It Ulvesi a suod share efiiteralnre nrd pnet-
ry freh. csrefolly rhosrn rl entertaining. j
Ita Aarienltnt at ami boii.rbold .lnmns. 1
by Dt. UAM!i (!to i.- I hi employed
by this pauT. ami liu tt.tiis hrnt aiuu:ig tba I
aoWatific a!id prMctic:J agricnltiiri-ts of tbis i
couulry. are lull of j l.ti:i t Ut to Farmer, am! '
lloqMrwi; e. and advocate their :nUrtt; ia all j
D'V per anruan b9 MtH, - 10.CO
U'lt rxr annum.
Wtiilif jier annum, .
3TrTr t rVp0TW ,fw aucktted Jtd et tut heaKn; t Ihi.1v aa to '
" - 1. J. U ILL1 i.H. t . .t i. -
VTlT t ? AMTmTAJf. H. Jta.NsH.i, Unr..?. ,
Inraro your property in tha
,. A liberal rate? glvrn as any
W. A. WADE, Ag't,
R. G. KIRBY,
of Paris, Tenn., witb
Thos. H. Allen & Co.,
Corner Main and Fourth Ptreetr,
REFITTED AND r.KFVRSJSIIED.
tjaro, $2.SO por 33ay.
Col. C. M. SlnCitAW. Aviitant.
TtiX)BALD t ltoIlEUTS.
MRS. E. A. DUFFY
rxiAKES n.EASl'RE IX ASSOUSCISO
A.- to the laities of Milan ami Furronmlinir
country that Mie ha jnt received an il-unt
'ioct of the latent atylea of Millinery Oood?.
which site a ill fell at tiie lrat cah price.
T. J. RIDGE,
Front llm;- filcui, Tain., at
HTi'wmx J 'ff Unlet.
sEwisq 'MArmxEs repaired, pat-
1SFACION OTAtlAXTIED. .u3i-.!:n
SIGN PAI NTER,
'olicita the atrorce pf !l
1 hii inc. dflio it li.ltV
State of Tennessee. Oibon Count? Taylor k
, " - JLuf vs. W. II. Beeves.
I'S thi? cfin-e it appearing by sffiil.ivit tliaf
4efcndajit. W. H. Reercs.4s jurtlyiinl-!:d
to the plnintifTand has absconded and private
ly left the rotiotry. m that the ordinary pro
ct d .lawjuunot. be served npo.T hi'ii. and
an oriirii.al attacliuicrt hiivii!g btvn i-sne.I :i;id
the sum levied ufMin the pr-iM-rty ofthedtf.
ant: Itis tlien'tore ordered that pu!jIiotiin be
made Toe four conreeutivc week in the .Milar
KzcbanaCla pn;r publi.-ht-.I in ilietoan of
Milan, Uihson county, Trnnersrr, roinmamling
the said W. It. Hcrves to m p-ar before me at
uiy oflice in the town or Milan. l:ith yivil di.-trii t
in said county. on the III h November, ls74. and
make defonee to faid suit apairf-t him, or the
same will be be j-(:ced:-d willi euiarte.
A. JMRDAS.J. 1'. 0. C.
oe"-4t S. F. iiankio. Atty.
W. II. Riehard:on tj. J. M. Doatf ass.
T.t THIS C.USK IT ATPEARINU
X tne inon in.'t J. M. Uougl.is? i.- a non
resident of the Kutc cf Ten
ordinary procew of the law cannot I servad
upon him. and tilaiiititf bavinjr i.-nisvd a-i
original attni'vut to iue a?:int Hie rst--:e
of said defendant lor the uiu tf STl.'.j. wlik a
has been returnoil levied upon Vh; pioH-rtvol'
defendant. it is Iherc'ore orJ..-red by the t'onrt
mat puoncation ixj roaite in ttie ;.li!an
Exchange.a neS;.aH.'r poMi-hoI iii the town
of Milan, tishsoo e,..ii,Jy. for fur c-,n-
scciilivo weeks, Dotifvi-rg the .lefemln it te
rrter hif appearan. Iv-ior ,r, pi Iliy(iir: iu :
Mil in. on the ljtli j!:lv i.
mnUe defense, or tliu taaic w:M L
with ex rrlo , . J JKUAS
... ,. ."T i:ib::u Cvrutr.
IN CIIAXCEIiV AT IIUilBOLDT
W. U. CU-y vs. V. n. Rcavaa et !s.-0. A.
auj 1, lijll.
TT APPEARING r?.;3 THE
X- in this eane. which is sworri to. fiiat tiie
dL-iendant.'. . li. ilccvo a;i; J u vri ilarvcv.
are non-reM!.Tts "f t:.- Mam ot '! ennc.-.-o.;, i:
i therefore arir-i hy the I rk .in s .V.t cf
thi Court that :'UL:..';inii U i t,e
Kschitr.pa, anewsmpi:r ixtn:ib.d in th-s t.a i
cf Milan. t!Vson ooamy. Teuii.. f -r fenr . on-
aecutive sreclrr, w.inwticau? saui .VfcciiantJ to '.
apiicarat tb tvnn liitse in the tv.wa of II am- I
bul.lt. Ttnn.,or. or U-lor-.- tRi lir t Vn l;iv in
s. a. ul.
Wh;leial and Retail Dealers In
Staplo efts FAuoy
Field & Garden Seeds,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, Ac,
FANCY" TOILET SOArS,
AND FAMILY SUPPLIES
OF ALL KINDS.
VTTE rALL THE ATTENTION OF OVR
ri.titrorr. anl fru-nus to luo abov.
Oiir?tork will alwnyg be t'ouml rom plate and
well airlvvi. We liiy (.trii-ily fi.r ra-h. which
a illenalile us 10 ell ut file lowest prices for
ea-h or i-rodiice. whi"h we win take in exchange
lor rr"'i ic. i n e us a cull, anil w will prove
.ii . j i ..
A merican Wntchr, 2 r,i. Silver Case, J15 to SV)
.ile. ( luitip, lilit $1.."i0. medium .. 4
La lie?' O..M H'ntches 25 to 5"
" t!ct Jewelry UV.irl sets). 10
' " " ' Coral 2j
riain Uolu Rings, ruinll 1
" " " ' medium 5
" cbcpJtfineRollnlaieJew-lry fOeto 5
" lraeoletfl$2..to 5
Revolvers, "h rcn Phot f to 10
Five " 1! cal. long "to 10
Shot (Inn?. Mnslr ?"i to Slfl. Double.... 10to?l
WiitiT-prool Cap, per bos f l'0 10c
'artrHtW. ll kiiols, for cap revolr-
era and I't'ivra. pT "mix SOc to 1
ff'oL ::-CIonIn 81. Cl.isses
Ui-Zes: 2 fur beft. best Main
tprin? ft Uc.toIp 'I've.
rlT hy I.tfl-or Exprraa for Good?
or with V. ati U VI ork soiicitaU, and pertBt't ftt
W. W. WILKISOX,
ronrS-ly Milan. Tenn.
R. D. JAMES,
HACKS & WAGONS,
At bis now Shop, on
WLST .IDE OF MAIS STREET,
Wi.nl i solicit hi olil friends and customer and
tli pnolic ecnumlly to iri iiim a call and ex
iiiiiii i.t"ck before purchn'inp ilsewhere.
All kir. ss f liupriirins done? with neatne.-i and
aujatt'ii. A food assortment uf
Ailrayj on l.Si C flt fodnred rates. Alto
MLT1L1C BTKIA1. CASES,
Very low. A (rood IIenri ready wnen railed
for. All Work Warranted- mar5-Iy
M. L. BAIRD,
WE.ST SIDE MAIN STREET,
Ilartor t,cn in exclnn-o for anything in th
TKR2IS SIRICTLY CASH.
ON' MAIS STREET,
He keeps on hsiid et5 ecirp'.y of
mar.Vly OA I.I. AND SEK TflM.
M, IU rvs, Jr., 1st. M. Bckn-4, Ja..2o.
James Err. vs.
Saddiery, Hardware, Coachware,
Hhoe JTiiHii., Leitlirr,
Spjke., Felloes, IIulis, Axlw, Springs,
S. fi ji 7 rnc S'ii Asr, Socih Sib,
Livery & Feed Stable.
Haun & Williamson,
(lood Psdlle tmJ ITarr.e'i
tack always on
A Ir.r-e rupr-ly cf
XUz-ioii, Tjimo,0 mexit
Fur x:'tt eh .t.p. ap.?0-ly
W. J. HOUSE,
m.uiu:"turer of aoJ Jci.t.t ir
0 1 " II P II 0
p? HmPQ I W L'efQ LlP
UuJUlUOl llUlllUJJj USjiiUlOl UtOl
' ' . .-
jviii'h Fi Is Msin k;-
a s E:.z.sA!mT-ris!;ii?:D sall
, A a the s-seoai ..nr r.f . A. Cc!lij'e i
oea he: l.ii:.it: t-B ?'aui stieaa feat,
or ut 9 i b if veir mny i- ire. j
at.i' - V.ilaa. Tenn.
, - ,,-
TIl llfam imirn Kl lfl
W lllidlJlC: ijliiitll (X VUn
. . . -, '
M I L , T E l N.,
1 ) :. . IV.. .-hc-s-. fcnanav.
fWH.wr.r-, A. Tci-wa f5-i :m rr.i!T !
rs.'. - rlT. - - a. Vva-.iJftsiitxaatr.rTaDt. :
W. 0. VaSBOVI.
AO EXT FOR
W. & H. Morrison,
(Successors t Wastoo. MsrrUea t Ca)
S. ralom RtrMt,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Tact fortbe People. ThsPumberland rnieersi-
ty Business :oiheaaa lelearaph Institate. at
Lebanon. Tennessee and itrvant Btrattun Ku
iness Ui-c-ad leleanrf hi? n-litueeaX N.h
rille, Tennsee. are the iai:njr Actual Busi
ness Colleges in the South and -West. A
for all worthy graduate in Telsgraahy it
as scon as tbeaoarsa of rnstruetion ia eossplat-
OS ONE -HALF
of aTJ fho money paid for
will, within thirty days, be
All modern improvements in business-training.
Kates to suit the hard times. Sewion
perpetual. For particulars, apply ia person,
or address tha Principal
THOMAS TOSEV. Lebanon. Tenn..
auR'JT Or SashriHe, Tonn.
M. D. L. JORDAN,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
.Ftnoy Hair to Tooth Brushes,
Perfumery, Fancy Toilet Articles,
H. L. DICKINSON
IS 50W RECEIVISG ASD 0PEMSC AS
circuit stock of
XOTIONS, Ac., Ac.,
At de Aii' Brick, eornrr 3fain Utred
a:d L.ol Sjuarr,
Where he if detnnined to
SELL CHEATER TU.VS ASIE0IY.
W. I SHEPHERD,
AT HIS OLI .TASD. COR. MAIS
I i'KOST eTKEETS,
Staple & Fancy
Keeps conffantlynn kaadafuCssrpply of Or
eeries, Aeht at fceXtoav price for Cash, and
f.maU Profits for Cash!
5ive him a eail bxtere purchasing elsesrher.
Mr. & Mrs. Hallstrom,
A T TEETH OLD PTASD. THB "RSD
STOUE," kee a larre assortment ef
INDIES' & iHSSES' HATS,
LADIES DKZSS GOODS,
LADIES' SHOES, ttkl
LADIES' GOODS OF ALL KINDS
a assf Ietr frr
MRS. S. FLACK,
Orrwrra tsji X. i L. ra hfiaa. Cisnst Ta- I
rorssi ComranNm Btjars
?aa-r er m Cm.
This wall-tiseva loiua to aaatlf IrtH '
FeresBts polita aad aueetiTa. aaa tia TaaH :
au nisei wjia baa aaaa waaww
Will be pabllshea every Tharsday aieralat)
the office on the West Si ie ef Main Street, era
tha (tore of Baird k Sim: Tha Mhaariataa
aria it. invariably ia advaaae.
$2.00 A YEAR.
$1.00 SIX MONTHS.
50c THREE MONTHS
Having jaal raeelrai freai the Baaa.Vel
aa4 lie newest isayrevsaisat i
Lightning Job Printinj km
weareyrstared la Aa
Most Reasonable Bates
Give us a Call,
A Home interprifs
rTTw At' TF.ill