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A. V. LOVING. Agent.
KfV Orlan, At. Laafa an ll-ara.
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I. Q. SIClluLSOX. Agent.
VT. E. ATM0I5K. TKkft Aeut
Trin on either road, if accessary, wait half
aa boar for Inw oa the other.
Arrival tad toe-partar' af tk Maila.
Arrive from the South and Wttl at 4:45 p. oi.
From Ui East. 11:30 p. m. V rem the North.
Iepart Narfh and East. 6:4S p. m. Wert. 11:30
f. as. Faulk, 9:4'i a. m.
J. 0. Boyd, Postmaster.
Jon. William. Sheriff.
M. C. Holme. Conaty Coort Clerk. .
It. E. Rain. Chancery Coart Clerk.
Wa. Moor. Circuit Court Clerk.
V. M. Hal fori. Coroner.
T. G. MeKwen. Traitor.
Z. D. Allan. Tax Collector.
I . A. W. Ues. County Kurreyer.
A . 8. Carrey. Superintendent FabBe Schools.
W. R. Cog. IUa-Mter.
A. JoHaa. Mayor and Recorder.
3 . L, W illiamson. City Attorney.
J. L. McTonald. City Manfeal.
Itr.J.n. Boyd. M. L. Barra. Wilson Winiiin
on. S. F. Rankin, W. J. Honee. J. H. Dkkin
Baptist Chunk street. J. P. Wearrr.Pator.
T'reacbiag every Sunday morning and evening.
Prayer meeting Tburiday evening, tunday
oehool la. at.
Methodist-North Main street. B. F. PeoWes.
Pastor. Preaching every handay morning and
evening. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening.
Sunday-school a. m.
Mcthilit At Friendship, thrr milci east of
Milan. J. W. Joaee pastor. Preaciiinc fuartb
Sunday in ach month, at 11 a. m.
Old School Presbyterian Dr. J. E. Bright,
arftor. Sarvire !d Kanday in each month.
Camberland Presbytian At Friendship, 3
mile east of Milan, J. J. Gray, pastor, ferr
ic third riaturday and Sabbath jn each month.
i. o. o. r.
M ilan Lodge. No. 1"-J. H. Holt. S. Q. W.
If Williamson. V . R T Haaa. rVrrtnty.
W H C4ey. Treasurer. Ledge meet ovary
Milan Lodge. No. ll-Mets Wednesday 10 a.
m. after each fall moon. Ir. M. I). L.Jordan.
Matter. 0. Lewter. Secretary.
Lavinia Chapter No. 5a Meet Friday aigbt
oa or before b full moon. M. P. L. Jordan.
11. P. W. L. nomr. Recorder.
Larinia Council. Ne. S9 Meet Friday night
on or before each full mooa. M. I. L. Jardau.
T. I. M. 6. H. Hale. Recorder.
PATRONS OF HCBBAXDRT. I
Milan (i range No. SV MorXr Friday liafora the
third Sunday, at Odd Fullowr Hall. S. H.
Hale.Ma.-ter. Robert Naebit. Secretary.
Xrw Hope G ranee Xo.SO SleeU 24 Saturday
in each month, at FricndFhip. A. B.Hart.
Manter. . S. Canninrliam. Seeratary-
Walout Urore Orange. X. 4.V-Jl-t Friday
erenina before lie tdird Sunday in eack mxath.
It. H. Odwdman, Mai-tar. I. V. H dmes. See
ret a ry.
Friei irkip Lode. Xa. 1 UU at Friend
fbip. 1 mile eart of Milan, erery let and 3d
Saturday, at 7 P- . Jamet lenberry, W.
C. T. P. L. AtMneou, Kecraiary.
Larinia Loda. Xo. . Meete arery 2d and
Ith Saturday, at 7 p. m. Banki Adame, W. C.
T. Oerc Frinfermecrotary.
nope Hill Lodro, Xo. 3M Meeta the aerond
and fourth Saturday night in each month. W.
V. Childress". W. C. T. John W. Bunn. Pee-re-taxy.
Walnut Sror Lodge, No. . Meet arary
Thuraday aiht. W. H. Goodman, W. C. T.
C. F. T.
Milan Council. Xo. Tl Meets erery Friday
light at Odd Fellows llall. W. J. House. W.
P. H. L. IHrkinron. Secretary.
E ARE AI XI10RI7ET. TO A-
candidate Ua Uvr at ibe December election.
nounoe Ia- W . l. U.H HK aa a
A frem Mark
(n the margin of your j)K;r iuli-
cates tliat your time is out, or will ex'j
ire with the next paper. Remember
our rule CAsn always is advance.
If not renewed, we take it for granted
you do not want the jiaper any longer,
and your name will bo dropped from
our list, We intend to puUish th
best paper in West Tennessee, and
the more subsjcrilK-rs we gt t, the bet
ter we can make the paper. Ix-t eve
ry one renew and bring another with
Doors, Safh and Blinds, cheaper
than ever before offered in Milan.
Hale, Vanhook t Co.
and Suufts at Stone it
As money in xairce and times arc
fcard, we will for die next three months
take almost any kind of produce in
exchange for our jwper. Bring in
your laitter, eggs chic kens, etc Now
is your time to pay for the Exchange
and never miss the money.
Chickens, eggs and butter.
15 II a ix, Vanhook & Co.
Harae ft talrm.
Last Sunday night a horse belong
ing to P. D. Wallick was stolen from
his stable on Williamson street. A
carpet was stolen from John Blankin
ship the same night, doubtless by the
same thief, to be used as a substitute
for a saddle. 'o clue to the rascal
All our farmer friends who wish to
subscribe for the Exchange, and are
a little short of greenbacks, can pay
for it in wood, llitch up your teams
and bring it in while the roads are
Fresh supply of sugar aii'radbay
ses, etc. LUle, VanHook & pj.
We have on hand a lot of old news
Tacrs. . which can be bought at onw
d-rllsr per Knnrlrrd. ; - -;"
Look out fur thievfa.
Soc attaehmeot notice.
Some of the 'eide-walka on Main
street need attention very badly. -
Ml Williamson, colored; waj sent
to jail last Tuesday on a charge of
An" excellent brick fide-walk hw
been laid in front of Dickinson's store,
on Main street. . .
Rev. B. F. Teeplea preached his
farewell sermon at the Methodist
churf-h List Sunday.
"It never rain but it pours," and
it commenced raining here in earnest
last Monday evening.
Poole, the Nashville photographer,
has a card in thw iasue. There is no
Letter artist anywhere.
It is intimated that several mar
ringes will tske phve in onr town
during the next few days.
A row occurred a few nights since
at a negro dance, in which razors,
pistol, etc., flourished in a warlike
manner fora few minutes. The dusky
proprietreMa finally quelled the dis
turbance by knocking two or three
of the tucii down and driving the
others away. The. city is sixty-odd
dollars richer in consequence
A nice line of dress goods and cloth
ing at prime cost for 30 days at
' A Eilrrarjr TreaX.
It will be, seen by . the following,
clippl liom the Clarksville Tobacco
Leaf, that Miss Jeannie Patterson will
entertain our people at an early day
with nonie of her excellent readings.
Our Middle Tennessee' neighbors are
going into ecstasies over her.
Miss Jeannie Patterson will read at
Knoxville, Athens, Chattanooga, Win
chester. Fayetteville, McMinnville,
Shelbyville, Franklin, Columbia, Pu
laski, Gallatin, Springfield, Clarks
ville, Paris, Milan, Jackson, Browns
ville and Memphis. We commend
her to the press of those places as one
of whom they cannot say too much in
prai.se of her powers of entertainment,
her coeial itnsition and her quiet and
lady-like modesty of demeanor in pub
lic and in private. She will visit
Clarksville sometime hi December on
her way to West Tennessee and the
Parties wishing to rent houses or buy
oronerty can get bargains by calling on
0. II. HalWrom, Milan, Tcnn 1-ly
fbMB-a f Nrbedale.
The schedules of passenger trains
on both roads were changed last
Sunday. The following is the time
table now :
X. O., St. L. fc C. road trains
north Express arr. 8:30 a.m., dep.
8:o0 a m. Mail arr. 6:30 p.m., dep.
6:4.) p.m. Trains south Mail arr.
8:50 a.m., dep. 9:10 am. Express
arr.. 11:25 p.m.; dep. 11:45 p.m.
L. & N. & G. S. road trains
north Express arr. 8:45 a.m., dep.
8:55 a.m. Mail arr. 6:45 p.m., dep.
7:00 p.m. -Trains south Day Ex
press arr. 9:25 a.m., dep. 9:35 a.m.
Mail arr. 11:45 p.m., dep. 11:55 p.m.
Smokers, go to Deshong's.
'Mayor Jordan held a conference
last Friday with Gen. West, Vice
President, and Cen. Walthall, Gene
ral Attorney of the N. O., St. L. &
C road, when it was agreed to issue
stock to the city of Milan for her
bonds. This matter has been under
discussion for severaljmouths past,
but, through the untiring efforts of
our Mayor and City Attorney, has been
amicably adjusted to the satisfaction of
all parties. Gen. West will 1 here
to-day to make a final settlement
Fure. Havana cigars just received
by L. W. Deshono.
Joseph Ebbins and Peter McMann,
claiming to be from Wisconsin, picked
the pocket of Luke Pratt, of Missouri,
on the platform Monday night, getting
hl watch. ' They were arrested by
Capt. McDonald and tried before Esq.
Jordan Tuesday morning, when it
was found they had a large lot of keys
and burglar's tools in their posession.
They were sent up to jaiL
'. New crop molasses, the cheapest
queenswarc, the best washing machine
and the cheapest family supplies at
Hale, Vanhook (Vs.
Col. W. R. Ha-nby, of Jackson,
called on us last Friday.
Hon. B. A. Euloe, of the Jackson
Courier-Herald, was in town last Mon
day, looking after the interests of his
Rev. C. Y. Rankin was here sever
al days, visitingjhis relatives. He is
now attending Conference at Hum
boldt aiv.ooa Circa Away.
We will send the Exchange and the
Louisville Weekly Courier-Journal,
postage prepaid on both papers, for
one year, for 83.50. The Weekly
Courier-Journal is the great family
paper of the Southwest. It will, on
December 31, 1874, distribute impar
tially $10,000 in valuable presents
among its subscribers, and every sub
scription sent through us will be en
titled ta a registered and numbered
"VsHivia;" a tale cf the South, a
magnifiocnt serial slory, will be com
menced in the Weekly Cxjurigr-Journal
early in November. Send 09 W.f-0
and get both papcTR.
. CITT Ol-3.CH.
Keralr Santal- Sleotlaa;.
The Board met last Thursday pur
suant to Adjournment Present, A.
Jordan, Mayor, S. F. Rankin, M. L.
Baird, W. J. House, J. H. Dickin
son and Wils. Williamson, Aldermen.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and adopted.
The following acts runts were allowed
and ordered paid :
Haun & Williamson, $26.10. .
M. L. Baird, $3.59.
Coley & Dickinson. $1.00.
James Kendrick, $45.50.
W. A. Wade, S4.50.
Hale, Vanhook & Co., S1.50.
It was ordered thai fifty copies of
the Laws and Ordinances of the town
of Milan be published, and that they
be published ouci in the .Milan Ex
W. J. House, J. II. Dickinson and
S. F. Raukia were appointed to ex
amine the flues, stove pipes, etc., in
the business part of town.
On motion, the Mayor, E. A. Col
lins and S. F. Rankin were appointed
to attend the, meeting of tle stock
holders of the . Tennessee Central
Railroad at Trenton the first day of
December, 1874 the Mayor to rep
resent the interest of the city in said
road and Collins and Rankin to act
as alternates. ' ' ' '
On motion, the two-story shop in
the rear of the blacksmith shop, be
tween Mrs Hutchinson's and Hall
strom's lots, and letween Main and
First streeL, was declared a nuisance
and ordered to be abated by tli City
M. L. Boird's resignation as Sexton
of Oukwood Cemetery was received
On motion, G. W. Williamson was
elected Sexton of Oak wood Cemetery
instead of Baird, resigned.
Just received, from the best cigar
manufacturer and largest importer in
the city of New York; a complete line
of cigars, of every grade," shade and
quality. Call and examine.
L. W. Deshono.
Far the Milan Exchange
IRO.n THE tOf.VTBT.
Most of our farmers finished gath
ering in their crops several weeks ago.
I believe all are through now. Our
cotton crop is just alout one-third of
usual yield, com not much !etter,
perhaj half a crop. Most of the
farmers in this noighlxjrhood cut and
cured all the stalks of corn that ftiled
to bear ears, which will greatly assist
in wintering stock, iii fact it is aliotit
all the roughness we have. We have
leen in the habit of wintering our
cattle mostly on cotton seed, but will
have none to spare ' for that purpose
this winter. All of them will I
needed for planting. Feed for stock
will le scarcer here this winter than
was ever known before. I fear a
large number will be put on short ra
tions and be in poor plight for plowing
next spring. A large crop of turnips
were planted this summer. Though
many failed to get good stands, there
8 enough to be a gieat help through
the hard times;:More wheat has
been sown thisfall than ever known
lefore. Some of our farmers who
have not been raising any wheat
at all since the war have planted
largely this fall, and if we can squeeze
through till next harvest, the protect
is we will have plenty of bread and
pies minus any meat. A good many
are breaking their stubble land and
I notice are plowing deeper and letr
ter than heretofore. I saw a man to
day with three mules hitched to one
plow, a sight I never saw liefore in this
country. I think there is a spirit of
improvement manifesting itself among
the farmers of this community They
will soon get out of the old ruts.
While it is true that, owing to the
failure of crops times are going to lc
not only hard, but very hard, that a
great many families will be compelled
to put up with very scanty allowance
for another year, I believe it is also
true that, when it is all over and we
are again blessed ' with - plenty, the
drought of 1874 will be pronounced a
blessing instead of a calamity, because
it will teach us the-importailce of lay
ing up for such tinges, and Will force us
to learn economy in many ways. Eve
ry year since the war we have been
makirig good crops and spending all
we made in needless extravagancies,
not thinking to lay up for hard times,
and so have been caught napping.
Most persons will not learn except by
experience and I think this year's ex
perience will teach us a lesson we
won't forget soon. We will study
economy and quit spending all of our
hard earnings for red-top boots and
other pretty things
There is one thing making property
holders a little uneasy just now. Mr
Witt has notified us to come up and
see about our tax, and though we
were reminded to be ready, as he
would come on such a day as we
thought not, some of us ain't quite
ready yet O, for a return of the
good oltl ante-bellum days, w hen our
people dtdn't dread tax day so: b.
Near Milan, Nov. 17, 1874.
Dr A. J. Denton has permanently j
located in Milan, where ne oners nis
professional aerrioes to the people aa a
Clothing guaranteed ten per ocnt. j
ouoavper uxa anj aouma in ine city.
15 Bnrrs ft Mai;
Tne stockholders of the Tennessee
Central Railroad'will hold a meeting
in Trenton on the first dar of Decem
ber. It is hoped all will be present,
as business of great importance is to be
We clip the following from last
Marriage licenses issued since Octo
II II Jewell to S C Davidson.
T J Baker to ISebecca J Bilker.
II C Little to A E O'Duiriel.
Jas Andrews to Beltie Hicks.
J O Hall to A E Ball.
J M Watson to Mobie Ball.
P M VVhite to J 11 Lanier.
Chancerv Court is in session here
this week. Owing to the absence of
Judge Soraers, detained at home on
Nvonnt of sickness in his fumilv, Mr
John L. Williamson was e:ec.tcd Chan
cei.or, protem. Judge Wiiliaui.)n is
an able and talented lawyer and grac
es the position of Chancellor admira
bly by his skill and executive caimci
tv. Our efficient Clerk and Master,
Sir R. E. Ratines, and Dejutf A. W.
Raines are titerally up to their eyes in
business this week, and know how to
get away with it too.
By reference to the advertisement
of the "County Work House," it will
be seen that a new movement iu rc
gafd to offenders ngainst law is soon
to be instituted in .the Countv. In
stead of Ijcing committed t jail, as
heretofore, offenders will be sent to
the work house, that is those whose
erinies are lielow the grade of Grand
larceny. Madison and other counties
have adopted the Work House system,
and it has had a wholesome effect
upon law breakers, as weii as saved
many dollars to the t x layers.
Tite Journal of last week says:
Look out rr.bes and house
breakers are atout. It is well to
secure vour doors and windows at
Peripatetic beggars have become
annoying to the citizens in this vicini
ty. They are generally ablebodied,
healthy looking men.
Some one attempted to lireak into
the residence of toL G. W Day, the
other night, but was caught iu the at
tempt. The thief e cajn-d.
The Methodi-t Sunday School of
of this place, following the example of
the Methodist school of MurfVeesboro,
has appointed committees for the va
rious wauls, whose duty it is to bring
into the Sunday Scho.'l all children
who do not lielong to any Sunday
Best imjKtrted cigars sit Deshong's.
AKKOI.I. H TT ITiXS.
The Huntingdon Times of last week
contains the fo'l-wing news items:
Porter's mt'joritv in this county is
7, Atkii' 2 J.-rd ii - 43, Curtis ! d
The stable f Ansell Fuller, living
n few miles west of this place, was
struck by lighting ou Monday- night
last, completely demolishing it, and
killing a valuable mare.
Mr Green McCasliu, of Carroll
county, accidentally shot himself
through the thigh a few. days ago,
while carelessly handling a pistol,
causing a serious wound.
Curtis was undoubtedly defeated
by the votes of Democrats, for which
we have no doubt tliose who cast them
are already sorry enough and for
which we iVlicve they will hereafter
J. D. Crider, a worthy citizen of
this county, was arrested on last Tues
day by Deputy U. S. Mar.-h tl Talbot,
ou an . indictment found by U. S.
Grand jury, charged with violating
the provisions . f the enforcement act
He gave l oud for his appearance to
answer the charge.
Sheriff Williams declines to give the
casting vote in the election for Repre
sentative from this county, anil lias
forwarded his te ti filiate of a tie vote
to the Secretary of St ite. If instruct
ed to d so by that official he will decide
it, but not otherwise. Three cheers
for Williams. It is generally ;h't!:ht
that the Governor will order a new
The Mrinpbla Avalanche.
The Weekly Memphis Avalanche is
published every Saturday. Each num
ber will contain 48 columns of reading
matter; in 1873 the Weekly contained
but 40 columns. The history of each
week will be found complete iu the de
tails of the cotton and general trade,
rivernews, telegraphic dispatches from
all parts of the world; general informa
tion in politics, science and religion,
The suliscription price to single sub
scriiers jerycar, S2; to clubs of five
81,75 each; to clubs of twenty, Sl,50
each. Postmasters will be allowed
12.J ier cent commission on all sub
scriptions. ntuKi r u i: ports.
Milan C'allan Market.
Milan, Nov. 18, . 1874.
Shipments since our last issue, 123
bales to Memphis and 42 to New Or
leans total, 165. Demand good.
Good ordinary, . Hi
I-iow middling, 13
Good middling, 1 3
Ciroevry anal Praeletee Market.
Bacon, per lb.,
Sugar, A coffee,
Coffee, good Rio,
Meal, per bushel,
Chickens, per lozeo,
2. 00(5. 2. 50
M. Brass, Ja.. 1st. M. Buns. Jt..2o.
Saddlery, Hardware, Coachware
Shoe ITindirvR, Ij?ather,
Spoke, Felloes, Hubs, Axles, Springs,
. Ac, &c, fcc
Na. tgD7PcLtcSoiBX, EocTlStai.
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"T EALERS IX DRT GOODS. NOTIONS,
1 J Hats. taps. Boots. Shoe. Queensware.
Hardware, Ac. term stnctl
Cash or Produce. You will Sd
Term strictly and positively
d them at Bryant,
Jackson k Co. old stand
Livery & Feed Stable.
Haun & Williamson,
(tood Saddle and Harness Stock always on
A large supply of
33rioli, Tjim.,0 mout
For sale cheap. ap.'W-ly
manufacturer oi and dealer ia
Saddles, Harness, Collars, &c.
In fact, everything usually kept in a First
fieairOrders for Fine Work solicitcxL
South Side Main Street,
msrri-ly. MILAN TENN.
ULt. D. JAMES,
HACKS & WAGONS,
At his new Shop, on
WE.ST SIDE OF MAIN STREET.
Wonln solicit hi old friends and customer and
the pMic generally to giv him a call and
amine his stock before purchasing elsewhere.
All kinds of Repairing done with neatnesiand
disatcb. A good assortment of
Always on hands at reduced rate. Also
METAL. I' BTMAL CASES,
Very low. A good Hearse ready wnen called
for. All Work Warranted. mar5-ly
M. L. BAIRD,
WEST SIDE MAIN STREET,
3V3CIT j . JJ, TENN.
Barter takea in eiebange for anything in the
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
R. G. KIRBY,
of Pari. Tenn.. with
Thos. EL AUen & Co.,
A H ELEOANTLT. FINISHED HALL
a th second 2 ear of K. A. Collin'
new brrek building on Main ctraet Watx ieat,
or a aineh a reatar nay desdre.
Apple ta L W. PKsnONO.
, B3-tf - : ..... Jtilaa. Taaa.
Iajur your proaedjr in It
A liberal rate given as any
W. A. WADE, Ag't,
W. O. Vakhook.
S. 11. HiLi.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
Staple tti XAJct.oy
Field & Garden Seeds,
DOORS, SASH, BONDS, Ac,
FANCY TOILET SOAPS,
AND FAMILY SUPPLIES
OF ALL KINDS.
-VT7-E CALL THE ATTENTION OF OUR
V V Aal ....... H a .I Cr.unrl. t J. Kt ahov.
Our stock will alway b found complete and
well assorted. We buy strictly for cash, which
will enable us to sell at the lowest price for
rash or produce, which we will takeineicbang
for groceries, liiv us a call, and wo will prore
all we have said. mard-ly
American Watches. 2 ot. FiWer Case. 115 to 150
Silver Chains .light $1.50, medium. 4
Ladies' tiold ati he aw .K)
" !et Jewelry (Pearl scU)- 10
" " " " Coral " 2f
" Plain Gold Rings, s nail .. 1
" medium. 5
" cheap fine Roll plate Jcwlry SO ta 5
Revolver, Peven Shot...... 5 to 10
" Five " 32 cal. long 7 to 10
Shot Gun. Single So to S10, Uouble...- 10 to 20
Water-proof Caps, per box of 100 10c
Cartridges, all kinds, for cap revolv
ers and other. Per bog - W to tl
wsi . ri : a, c. I. ....
h2rw. 25c for be.t. bast Main
Spring tl. Hand 2e.
Ordrra by Mail ar Exntreaa for Good
or with Watch Work solicited, and perfect Sal-
nr. W. WILKISOX.
Union & American,
(TIIE PEOPLE'S PAPER.)
Tke Great New. Family. Commercial, Pe
litical and Agricultural Journal of the South.
It tiive) telegraphic new from all parts of
the world as soon as any other paper pubtuoaa
II tsiTea, by telegraph, th general new. of
th old world as soon as any other paper pun
li.hl in the I'nited States.
It Ciivea, by telegraph, th latest market
3 notations of ail foreign and domestic markets.
& bv dav and week or week.
It Viae, by telegraph, everyday, the clos
ing quotation of gold, stock and bands in thi
Cltv ana in .lis lora.oi in isy oeitire.
it (sltea. Daily. Semi-Weeklv and Weekly,
the current market price in the city of Nash
ville of every article of produce aad trade ia
It Cslvea to the mechanic an account of ev
ery new invention calculated ta advance bis in.
terest hy lessening bis labor.
It la a fianaelal chronicle, which publiab-
State and country calculated to advance or re-
Ihe people every fact in the "nances open
l.nt thmr intcresljl-
II Uiae all the current political newa and
movement of th day, and tke haaast opinion
f its condnctor thereon.
It tilaea all local. State and miscellaneous
news of the d.iv.
It tsiveaa good share af literature ad poet
ryfresh, carefully chosen and entertaintag.
II. AS riT.i Mmrwm a tl U uiiuFViiuiu cviiii.nl,
by Ia. DAM EL LKR. twbo is alone employed
ay this paper, and who stands first among the
ecientifie and practical agriculturist of til
country ,) are full of plain talk to Farmer aad
fioasewives, ana wiucsw iumi ihwww mm
aTB9carrTrav.nl v .gm.
Daily per annum by Mail, - ?10.00
Semi- Weeld'j per annum, - 4.00
Weekly per annum, - - 2.00
Shorter period in proportion.
LM0N ") AMERICA!?,
aarlt KaaariLLC. T.
Corner Main and Fourth Str.et.
BKTTTTETJ AID KXFUUSISUSB.
3ax-e, $SO per TJay.
Col. C M. McCg
AO EXT rOR
W. & EL Morrison,
(SucraMon to Wlnitoa. Marr'woe A Co..)
a. 4 Caiaa treat,
NEW ORLEANS, LA.
Fact forth People. TheCaaherland CniTersi
ty Rusiness College and Telegraph Institute, at
Lebanon, Tennessee, and Hryant Stratton Bus
iness College and Telegraph Institute at Nash
ville. Tennessee, are the leading Actual Busi
aes College in th Sooth and Wast. A
for aU worthy gradaatai ia Telegraphy 1
a ooa as th count of inatrnctioa it eonaUt-
"or one -half
f all th mny paid for
will, within thirty aaV ho
All modern haproTaent in busia-traia-
ing. Kate to uit the hard limes, bomiob
perpetual. For particular, apply in parson,
or address th Principal.
rliAM IC TllVPV T -1
I UvJiAO UVUVMUn, A . M U . .
angZi Or Nashrill. Tna.
EI. D. I. JORDAN,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
,Fnor Hair to TootH Brath,
Perfumery, Fancy Toilet Articles,
tr Physician' PrOsoriptiea AMaraUlr
H. L. DICKINSON
IS SOW BKCKIVIKG AMD OPEJtlXS AN
elegaat stock of
NOTIONS, Ac, .,
At tht New Brkk, corner Main &nd
and Depot Squort,
Whirs ho is detonaiaod t
fELL CHEAPER THA5 AKTB0DT.
W. El SHEP1
AT HIS OLD STA5D. CO. MAW
A FRONT 8TREET3.
Staple & Fancy
Keep constantly on hand a full (apply of (3 re
eerie, bought at bottom prioe for Cash, and
Small Profits for Cash!
Oiv htm a eall blfota purchasing Wwher.
Mr. & Mrs. Hallstrom.
T THF.IR OLD 8TAX. THE " RED
eTUUK, keep a Urge artmat et
LADIES' A MISSES' HATS, .
LADIES' DRESS GOOD3,
LADIES' SHOES, And
I LADLES' GOODS OF ALL KINDS
to aaaaiioa. o aad look far
MRS. S. FLACK, Proprietor.
Orromm rat IL A L. as Mna. CrmAt Do-
rar ara Covviiaiirr TO m Bcaianao
Pair ar rn Cm.
Thi rn known Boaaa U oatly ictod P.
rVrraaU relit aad attoatiTa. and th Tbl
aUtaareasanaaWo. Tlr fH Wiaoa f fcJg
Ci oQdal. taaV
Will be published vry Thursday aoniag, a
th office on th West Sid af Maia Strait, ova
th (tor of Baird A Sim. Th tipOa
rio U. invariably la advaaao.
$2.00 A YEAR.
i 5100 SIX months.
i50c THREE MONTHS
Harlag Jrt relvd from th aaoa
aaoalir aw oatll of the
and th lewart raptvaiat am
Lightning Jot) Printing ftmi
w ato a.oao,o4 A
of afl kino. 4 rho
Most Reasonable Bates
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