Newspaper Page Text
LieUleaal aoaAla Rilreal.
TBALN3 sot Til.
&k Express. ' - a. a-
Lj. ,1:4i p- 11:50 11
I spree. Ca. at. :'vA.ai.
6r P. M. "M P. M
. LOVISU. A rent
Saw rUtii, M. Leii
0 50 A.M. :!..
11:24 f. M. 11:45 P.. at.
E sprees. .. I SA. M.
Miil. -30r. . 6 iip. M.
T. O. SH HoLSu.N. Aeent.
W. I. ATMOF.E. Tkket Aent
Traiaa n either road, if Mniur;, wait half
a bear far trains aa tba ether.
Arrival and Departara ef the 5Ia.Ua.
Arrira from tea rjoeth an 4 Watt at 8j46j. m.
rraa the East. 11:30 p. m. From tba North.
t:45 a. .
Depart Sortb and Kart,: p.m. West. 11:30
a. a. 8ovth. :' a. at.
J. 0. Bey. Poetmarter.
cocstt orr icim.
Jena. Williama, Sheriff.
M. C. Holme. Ceaaty Court Clash.
E. K. Rainei. Chaneery Ceart Clerk.
Wm. Moor. Circuit Court Clark.
W. If. Ilalford. Ceronar.
f . . McEwrn. TruiUa.
t. D. Allon. Tax Collactar.
f . A. W. Hem. County Barveyer.
A. H.Cnrrey. Peperioteadentreelie Sefceele.
W. A. Com. Register.
A. Jerdaa, Msyer and Recorder.
J. L. WilliaaiMB. City Attoraey.
J. L. McDonald. City Marshal.
Vr.J.Q. Boyd. M. L. Baird, Wilaoa Winiara
aaa. 3. T. lUakia. W. J. Ilea... J. B. DiAin-
ea, AMoruea. 1
Baptist Church .tract. J. P. vTeaeer. Pastor.
Preaching every Eanduy morn in t and evening.
Prayar meeting Thursday evening. Sunday,
ekeel la. a.
Metbodist-Xorta Main street. B. F. Peebles.
Peator. Preaching every Sunday naming and
evening. Prayar meeting Taesday evening.
rJeaday-acliool 9 a. m.
Methodist At Friendship, three avUes aaat of
Milan, J. W. Jonei pastor. Preaching fourth
b'eadsy in each month, at 11 a. m.
Old School Prefhytcrian- Dr. 3. E. Bright,
pester. Service. 2d Sonday in each month.
Camberland Presbyterian At Friendship, 3
hi ilea aaat af llilan. J, 3, Gray. paaUr. Berr
leaa third Saturday and Sabbath ia each mouth.
I. 0. 0. F.
Milaa Ledge. N'e.l5&-J. H. Holt. K. . V,
T Williameea. V 9. B F Haun. Secretary.
W Caley, Treaiarar. Ledge meeta erery
Milaa Ledge. 5a. 191-Meeta Wedaea day M a.
m. after each fall moon. Dr. X. D. L. Jerdaa.
aia.ter. O. Lewter. Secretary.
Laviaia Charter No.0e-Met Friday nlg-M
aa or be fare earb full noun. M. D. L. Jerdaa,
B. P. W. L. Horner, Recorder.
Laviela Council. N. 39 Meets Friday algkt
a ar before ea. h full atoon. M. D. L. Jerdaa,
T.LM. E. U. Hale, Recorder.
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
Milaa 8 range No. 35 Meett Friday before the
third Monday, at Odd Fellow.' IIaa.Il. S. H.
Vale. Master. Robert NaaV.it. fk-eretary.
Kaw Hope Orange Ne.VX-MeUta 2d Saturday
la eaafa month, -at Friendship. A. B. Hart,
Healer. 4. 8. Cunningham, Pocretary.
WalaatOrore (i range. No. 4S JJe! Friday
raaiag We fore the tdird Sunday in each meath.
R. H. ioodmen. Hatter. 1. M. H lmee, No-
Prleadihip Lode. ye. 361-Maat at Friend,
akip. 3 milaa eat of MiWn.erary at and Id
Saturday, at 7 p. ra. Jamea Lesaenberry. W.
C. T. P. L. Atkinaon, .Secretary.
Larinia Lodge, Ne. . Meet arery 2d and
4h Saturday, at 7 p. m. Banka Adami. W. C.
T. George Fringer, Secretary.
Hope Ul Lodge, No. 351 Me the aeeead
aad faurth Saturday night in each month.' W.
P. ChiUreaa. W. C. T. Jean W. Bnnn. See
nary. Wdnat drove Lodge, Ko. . Meet erery
taertaay Bight. W. H. Geedmaa. W. C. T.
V. T. T.
Milaa Canncil. No. 71 Meets erery Friday
aight at Odd Fellowa' Hall. W. J. Heuae, W.
P. H. L. Diekinaon, Secretary.
-T-iri ARE AUTHORIZED TO A
V noance A. JORDAN a a candidate
tat re-elertion to the office of Mayor at the oa
-T7"S ARE AUNHC-IUZKD TO A.
VV neanee Da. 0. LEWI tR aa a eandt
elate for Mayor at the December election.
-T-rE ARE AUTHOPI7.ED TO AN
VV neunc J. Q. REEVES aa a candidate
f r Ceaatable at the enauing election.
JD. LUSK AUTHORIZES US TO AN-
oeuDco him a? a candidate for Alderman
at the cuisc alectioa.
ML. BAIRD AUTHORIZES US TO AN-
Bounce bim aa a candidate for Alderman
at the enauing eirctioa.
BH. CLARK AUTHORIZES US TO AN-
Buonee him aa a candidate for Alderman
at the ensuing election.
A rroaa Hark
On th margin of your paper indi
t that your time is out, or will ex
pire with the next paper. Remember
our rule cash always n advance.
If not renewed, we Lake it for granted
you do not want the paper any longer,
And your name will be dropped from
our list. We intend to publish tit
beat paper in West Tennessee, and
the more sulascribers we get, the bet
ter we can make the paper. Let eve
ry one renew and bring another with
Doors, Sabh and Blinds, cheaper
tbaa ever before offered in MilAn.
Hale, Yamiook & Co.
At money is scarce and time are
hArd, we will for the next three months
take almost any kind of produce) in
exchange for our paper. Bring in
jour butter, eggs, chickens, etc Now
is your time to pay for the Exchange
And never miss the money.
Chickens, eggs and butter.
15 Hale, Yanhook tCo.
Xow'a Tewar Tinel
All our farmer friends who wish to
subscribe for .the Exchange, and are
little short of greaijbacka, can pay
fir it in wood, Hitch up year teams
ind bring it in while the read are
- - -j i ' w- h.ao aaauaa UaWAaa)mr
tee, etc. Hale, Yajpioot &Qs j
TL municipal canvass waxtb hot.
Col. S. W. SLarpe, of Humboldt,
was in the citj yesterdaj.
We note th erecti n of a neat cot
tage on the north side of Elbow street
Mr Collinsworth is still leeturinp; to
large audieaoes at the Mcthodi?t
Our streets have recently been re
paired and "fired up" for the wiuter
Who can furnish us with a file of
the "Milan Time?" We will pay lib
erally for it.
Several young ladies from different
points of this and other States are vis
iting onr city.
A number of convicts changed cars
at the crossing Tuesday evening en
route for the "City of Rjck."
We noticed several exciting games
of snow ball Saturday evening and
of course none on Sunday.
A piano can be bought for almost
nothing by calling at this office. If
you want a bargain, come quick!
We understand the Grangers at thi
place are making arrangements to
thip a car load of cotton to Liverpool.
North Main street is being beauti
fully graded and Elbow street has
been, put in excellent condition by the
etreet committee. j
For the privilege of carrying and
hiisplflying a p1rJI one of our rustic
neighbors puid '20.00 into the Kecord
erl cofbt Saturday tvening.
Another party left for the lake Lwt
Monday. Judging from the newspn- i
per accounts, there must be a hunter
for each squirrel in that neighborhood.
FTM aTl TT . 1 !
iue Titian iiotei came near oetng
burned last Thursday. A bed caught
fire by some means, and was in a
light blaze when discovered. Keep
Judge Williamson, S. F. Rankin
and W. M. McCall, attorneys, have
moved their office into the second ?t -tj
of the new brick, coiner of Main
and Jackson streets. "
A variety troupe stopped over! at
the Milan Hotel o te night last week.
Next morning early the men and
women walked across to a saloon and
took an "eye-opener." . -. - -
The wheat prospect in this section,
it is saidi was never better than now.
A much larger area than usual was
sown, this fall. Our farmers "have
w isely concluded to raise more grain
and less cotton in future
10.000 "dozen eggs- wanted
pay cash of groceries,
. -. ' ' Lv W. Deshono
Two 6r three week's 'Biuce Pr J. F.
Sharpe, 'who-, was formerly clerk in
the Post Office iere, was arrested on a
charge, of .embezzling the post office
funds. We thought it prudent to say
nothing of it at the time, as it might
have 4iad a bad effect. Last Friday
and SaturdayrA preliminary examina
tion was held before Esquires Jordan,
Dickinson and Guion, when he was
honorably acquitted. Judge J. L.
Williamson, W. M. McCall and S. F.
Rankin appeared for the State and
Hon. Spl. Hill for the defense. The
Doctor's many friends congratulate
him on his escape with a clear record.
Dr A. J. Denton has permanently
located in Milan, where he offers his
Irofessional services to the people as a
Kcw Ad vertUrment.
Jno. D. Lutk is announced in this
iiisue for city Alderman.
R. II. CLjrk announces his name
for Alderman this week.
M. L. Baird is a candidate for re
election to the position of Alderman.
T. J. Ridge will sell a lot of guns
and pistols if not called for. See his
Take notice, also, of a non-resident
notice and several SherifTs sales. It
may pay you.
Last Wednesday afternoon; about
eundown, while Mr Wm. Shepherd
was temporarily absent from his coun
ting room, some thieving rascal oien-
ed his safe and took out alout six
huud&d-' dollars. : No clue to the
thief as yet, but we hope he may lie
caught and punished as he deserves.
Tobacco and Snuffs at Stone A
To rr Infer.
In answer to numerous letters from
printers, asking for situations in this
office, we w ill state that we do not
need them. With our present force,
we are fully ab!e to do more work
than we can get now.
Pure Havana cigars just received
fcy ' L. W. Deshoxg.
If you want tickets for the election
next Saturday week, please hand in
your orders early, so that they can be
promptly filled. "
Parties wishing to rent houses or buy
property can get bargains by calling on
0. ii. HallRtrom, Milan, Tenn 1-ly
A snow storm passed over this place
last Saturdav and left a fleecy cover
ing about one inch in depth.
New. crop moWses, the cheapest!
aueensware. t-he best wastmig maenme i
aiid.thecheapcet" family . eupplioB ail
At the recent municipal election
W. D. Fisher was eleetcd mnyor and
W. A. Allison recorder.
Rivers A Elliott, of the Journal,
have dissolved partnership, Mr Rivers
retaining the office - And "guing it
alone." We hope he may make a
The Journal of latt week says:
Mr J. W. Penn killed a white owl
the other day, measuring four feet
from tip to tip. The Jiird is now on
exhibition at the post office.
Humboldt raised more than two
hundred and seventy dollars for mis
sionary purjwses last Saturday night.
Jackson raisM about one hundred and
forty dollars last year.
A son of Dr Yandell, of Mil in,
shot a valuable dog Iwlongkig to M:
J. M. Hamon the other day. M:
Ilamjn was in town M nday with
view of bringing suit for dam iges.
The dog is said to have been a valu i
A fine saddle lior.se, the property oi
ex-deputy aheruT J. M. Mcknight,
was taken with the " blind staggers '
Wednesday morning and died Wednt's
day rlrght. It was one of the fiaes!
saddle animals in the county, and WiL
highly valued by Mr McKnight. Wi
learn that Mr W. C. Roe lost one tilt
same night with the. same disease.
County Court meets next Monday.
The County Council-, ot Pujti-niis o;
Husbandry meets to-diy with th
Trenton ' Grange, when ii'.i hope:
there will be a large, attendance. .- j;
The stockholders of the Teunessei
Central Railroad held a meeting i
Trenton last Tuesday and - ejected
board of directors, f 'whom Dr Joi
lan, of this place, is one. Dr Le
resigned the presidency. We hop
the new board wiil speedily make ar
rangement for the comjilfetioa of this
We clip "the following from last
Some deft-fiuA.red : individual last
S.iturday rohlied the money drawer of
Mr K. N. Davis of an amount oi
money between thirty and sixty dol
lars. The -Trenton Cornets have ordered
a new set of the celeUrnted Wright
land instruments from Boston. They
are preparing to enliven the city witii
some fine music, and they are the by
to do it.
Mr Wm. Cornwell, having taken
little too much uf the "elixir of love,''
flourished a pistol a few times too oi'te.
last Saturday night, in considerati.e
of which MayjrCoon checked (.-n ltiii'
at sight for S25, for the !er.efit of th.
The flounty chain gang was put t.
work last Tuesday to dig a ditch fm
the sewer pipe lcadiiig from the j.iil
out to the sloughs near the 'Hickman
Much of the cotton that has been
sold heretofore at this place finds it
w.'y to other markets. Milan, Hum
boldt and Bell's Depot each take a
part of the former cotton trade which
annually took pl tce here. ; ,
Last Saturday Bennie Dorset was
accidentally shot and killed about two
miles from this city. .. It seems that a
party had been to Reclfoot Lake oii';i.
hunting and fishing occasion, and had
returned home when -tlie accident oc
curred. A half-brother Vok a gun
from the wagon in which were dejws
ited the guns and camp equip.tge of
the party, when the hammer of tin
gun accidentally struck on the side of
the wagon led, discharging a Lad oi
buckshot into the forehead and top
head of young Dorset, who was stand
ing at the rear end of the wagon, and
killing him almost instantly. .
Marriage licenses issued since Nov.
7, 1874: ' - '' '
R M White to J II Lanier. -
W K Johnson to N J Sample.
E Witt to Lizzie Bledsoe.
Ii F Pigue to T J Shepherd.
J S Launom to S F McAlister.
G P Kinsey to M J Skiles.
Luke Yancey to Fannie Ila'e.
W M Cook to T E Crawford.
W II Cresou to Dora Ilo.mes.
B E Nelson to Mattie Yancey.
S J Stephens to Addie House. '
W R Mitchell to A C Penn.
P. P Cmieli t,. .1 Fern's.
R II Coto to A J Black: 'J '
E W Hutching to M B Arnold.
Jas Carraway to Amanda Cantwell.
Josiah Page to M J Wamic.
R Levy to Frankie Patfon.
I) G Black to llarv Warric
J B Thompson to L V Bidl. .
Smokers, go to Dehong's. . : .,
(10,900 Given Away.'-,
We will send the Exchange and the
Louisville Weekly Courier -Journal,
postage prepaid orr )oth papers far
one year, for S3. 50. The Weekly
Courier-Journal -is the great Ctmily
paper of the South wesr.- -tt will, ou
December 31, 1874, distribute' impar
tially 10,000 in-yaluuble. pwswit
among its sulcriliers, and every sub
scription sent through 'tis s ill be en
titled to a register ed and numbered
receipt for this distribution. ,
"Yaldivia;" a tele of .'the South, a
magnificent serial story, will be com
menced in the Weekly Courier-Journal
early in November. ; Send us $3.50
and get both papers. .
A nice line of dress goods and cloth
ing at prime cost for 30 days at
We have on hand a lot of old news
pajtrv.which can be taught at one
dollar per hundred. ; . . ,
A circular letter from Archbishop
Manning was j-ead in all the Catholic
churches in London diocese Sunday,
declaring that all persons who do not
accept the dogma of papal infallibility
cease to be Catholics.
A child was born in M'ore county,
last week, having a doubled forked
tongue, six fingers on each hand and
six toes "on each, foot, besides othe de
formrtiee kaunirotu to man lion.--
Tlie Huntingdon papers are throw
ing grape and canister into each other
as hotly as if the battle was not over.
Cau't the Times make its rival " stay
Hannibal J.tekson tried to commit
suicide last week at McKenzie by
t tking iaud.vnum. He was discovered
1 in time to save his life.
The Times, of Huntingdon, will
"take in sail" and reduce to seven col
umns this week, in view of the hard
A correspondent of the, Times sug
gests John A. Gardner, of Weakley,
for II. S. Se:iair and advocates his
The Huntingdon Times of hist' week
ontains the fb'l wing news items:
We hear it rumored that our young
f Iks projwse having a Christinas tree.
Parties of emigrants pass this p hit
.boost every day in wagons aud on
the trains, bound for Arkansas and
We are informed that Mrs Little,
wife of George Little, of this .county,
a. is sued her luis hand for a divorce,
upon the grounds of drunkenness and
Jo ilamnierly, jr., son of Jo II am
inerly, sr., formerly oi' this lace, is a
ii!or, and when last heard from wa.
at Liverpo , Eng.
Huntingdon now has five drygoods
tjres, two mi lincry shops, two drug
-tores, three family groceries, five
-doons, four law offices, two printing
offices, one blacksmith and two tailor
,hos, one undertaker's shop, one plow
f tctory and iron foundry, one harness
and saddle shop, four churches and
two h tcls.
There seems to lie an alarming in
crease of blind staggers among the
horses and mules in this neighliorhood.
We heard of five or six dying within
the last week. Rotten, worm-eaten
corn is understood to be the cause.
Mr Ruffian SholTner, of this county,
received a letter one day this week
detailing the circumstances of tlieki 1
ing of his son, Thos. Shotfncr, by i
.dr Payne, near Stony Point, Ark.,';
m the 10th hist. Siiolfner was shot, j
stablied and his skub literally crushed
in when found.
The Union and American a few
.lays since, in an article upon the
Carroll county election, stated that
Curtis would contest the right of
Brotiks to a seat in the Legislature.
vVe have reliable authority for saying
ih t he will do no such thing, but will
leave the in itter entirely with the
legislature, to take such course in
regard to the case as it may see fit.
lie will in no event be a party to a
contest lie to re tli.it body for a se.it for
which he and Mr Brooks were before
Just received, from the best cipir
inanuf ictuier and J tigest importer in
the city of New York, a complete line
of -cigars, of every grade, shade and
quality. Call and examine.:'
L. W. Dksiiono. "
Gilmer Bahtox. On the 30th
ult., at the residence of the bride's
fither, Major J. M. Barton, in this
city, by Rev. W. ii. Leigh, Mr M, S.
Gilmer, of Montgomery, Ala., and
Miss Pattie II. Baktox.
And thus another of the loveliest
mil most accompli-di'il young ladies
of Mil in leaves us for a home lit the
Sunny South. M y the lives of (lie
htippy couple lie t'iright as the flow
ery land to which they go.
Clothing gu-.ranteed ten per cent,
cheiper th.in any hoti-' in the city.
15 . . Stonk & Mills.
The Weekly Menqiliis Avalanche is
.i.;blishcd every Saturday. Each niim-
e: will contain 48 columns of reali;ig
m ttvr; in 1873 the Weekly contained
hut 40 columns. The history of-each
w. ek will be found complete in the de
tails of the cotton and general . trade,
river news, telegraphic dispatches from
.1 parts of the world; general informa-
iioji in politics, K'leoce and religion,
The suliseiijition juice to single 'suIh-st-riliers
per year, c2; to clubs of five
Sl,7- each; toclti!sof twenty, icl,o0
each. Postmasters will lie allowed
12A jer cent commisMon on all suii
scrijifioiis. ' -
w Best imjiorted cigars at Deshong's.
Smith. On the 1st of December, at
hisjmother's residence, on Itailroalave
nue, of -typhoid fever, Harry. Smith,
aged 23 years. Hi remains were in
terred in Oak wood Cemetery.
Dilan Col Ion Market.
Milan, Dec. 2, 1874..
- Shipments since our last issue, 535
bales to Memphis and 50 to New Or
leans total, 185. - .-'..
Total shipments to December 1st,
Cirorer.T and Trodnee JlJirltet.
Bacon, per lb., -16
Sugar, A coffee, ' - 14
" brown, ' 12i13i
Coffee, good Rio, 25,27
Flour, , ..- . ' 3-4
Meal, per bushel, "1.00
Chickens, pci loaen, 1.502.00
Egp, ' - 20
X .ELEilASTLT-FIXISIIED HALL
on the appnad Joor f E A. Celliiw'a
new brick katliling on Main atreet 29ii0 feet,
or a. murh aa renter aaay dcrire. -
Applrlo L. w. iEsnoxo.
anS-tf ; Milan. Tenn.
Williams, Smith & Co..
"EALEBS IN DRY GOODS. NOTION'S.
Hats. Cape, Boot, Jhoea. Queenarare.
Uardwara. Ae. Xerma atnctly acd-poitje4y
C a?h or Prod oca. . Yoa a; til find Uiem at rtrraoa,
Jakaon k Co. 'a oii Ha4. nar-l
A Bepretntdive and Ckampio of
American Art luUl
BroBBcetn for lt7S-Elxtalb Tear.
THE ART JOCRXAL 0T AS ERICA,
"A Macniicent Conception, aronaterfull ear
The necity of a popular medium for tfce
reprasantation of the producXi-jna of oar rraat
aiuiunutifiri baan racocniiod. and aaanjr
atteiupta have barn ataxia to meat the want.
1 he auuoasaira fail urea which ao iorariably fol
lowed a.u-h attempt in this country to ertaoliah
aa art journal did not pnT the indifference ot
the people of Ar erica to the claiiaa of high art.
to toon aa a proper appreciation of the want
and aa ability to meet it ware ahown, the public
ai oni-e rallied with entnUMuam to lta aupport,
and the result waa a frrat artialie and eonaatar
eial triumnh Til V. K 1.1(1 VV.
THE A I. DINK, while u.uedwith all therec
olarity. has none of the eniporary or timely
iiiieieatcnaracterialic ot ordinary periouieala.
It ia an elecant miacellany of pure. hht aad
rraoetul literature, and a coJlrction of picture,
the rarest specimens of artistic skill, u black
and white. Althouch each aucceeding number
anoru$ a tresh pleasure to its friends, the real
value and beauty uf THE ALDIN E wUl Be most
appreciated after it is bound up at the cloae of
the year. While other publicaliona may claim
superior cheapness, ai com pared with rirala of
aeiiuuarciius, lilt ALIal.N h is a uiuqua and
original conception alone and unapproached
absolutely without competition in price or char
acter. 1 he possessor oi' a-ewmplvta Toiume can
not duidicate the quantity of fine paper and
engravings iu any other shape or number of
volumes for ten times its cost; and then there
is the chromo, besides.
. The national feature of THE ALDINE sauat
be taken in no narrow sense. True art is cos
mopolitan. While THE ALDINE is a strictly
American institution, it docs not confine itself
entirely to the reproduction of native art. . Its
uiis.Mou is to cultivate a broad and appreciative
art taste, one that will discriminate only on
ground of intrinsic merit. Thus, while placinx
bclore the patrons of HIE ALUIME.a a lead
ins chiiraiileiisUc, the productions of the most
noted American artists, attention will always
be given to siteeiinena from foreign masters,
giving subscribers all the pleasure and instruc
tion obtainable from home or foreign sourcea.
The artistic illustration of American scenery,
original aith 1I1E ALDINE. ia aa important
feature, and its magnificent plates are of a aite
more appropriate to the aatixt'actery treatment
of details than can be afforded by any inferior
page. The judicious interspersion of landscape,
marine, figure and animal subjects suatain an
unabated interest, impoatible where the scope
of the work confines the artist too closely to a
single style of subject. The literature of THE
ALDINE is a light and graceful accompani
ment, worthy of the artistic featurea, with only
such technical disquisitions as do not interfere
with the popular interest of the work.
PKKMIi n FOR 175.
Erery subscriber for 1S75 will receive a beau
tiful portrait, in oil colors, of the same noble
dog whose picture in a former issue attracted ae
Man' rnftelflHla Friend -
will be welcome in every home. Everybody
loves r-uch a dog, and the portrait is deputed so
true to the life that it seems the veritable pre
sence of the animal itself. The Rev. T. DeWilt
TsJmage tells that hia own Newfoundland dog
(the finest in Brooklyn) barks at it 1 Although
so natural, noonewho sees this premium chroma
will have the slightest fear of being bitten.
BeMilcs the chrumo. every advance aubscriber
to i HE A l.l'l.V E for 1875 is constituted a mem
ber and entitled to all the privileges of
; The Airline Art I nlon.
The Union owns the originals of all THE
ALU1N" E pictures, which, with other paintiuga
and engraving, are to be distributed among
the members. To every aeries of .VHAJ subscrib
ers. Urn difierent pieces, valued at ver I250U.
are distributed aa soon aa the aeries is full, ana
the awards of each series as made are to f pub
lished in the-next succeeding issue of THE
Al.l'lNE This feature only applies to sub
scribers who pay for one year ih advance. Full
a ticulars in circular sent on application en
closing a stamp.
One Subscription, entitling to THE ALDINE
one year, the Chromo and the Art t uion,
. S6.(M er annum, in advance.
. (N'o charge for postage.)
Specimen roplea of The A Id inc. So eta.
THE ALDIN K will, htreaftcr. he obtainable
only by subscription. There.will be no reduced
or club rates: cash for subscriptions must be
sent to the publishers direct, or handed to the
local canvasser, without responsibility to the
publisheie. except incases where the certificate
is given, bearing the f.ic-timilu signature cf
Ja vks tiCTTOJi, President.
Any person wishing to act permanently aa a
local ennvacser will receive lull and prompt
information by applying to
&8Maidon Lane. New York.
Livery & Feed Stable.
Haun & Williamson,
Jl ' MAIX STREET.
' flood Saddle and Harness. Stock always en
baud. ' ' " s
; A large ruppiy af
XSi-iols., Xjlxxa.o,0 mont
For aale cheap. apYI-ly
d. D. JAMES,
H ACKS & WAGONS,
At his new Shop, on
i WEST SIDE OF MAIN STREET,
- MIL AX, TKXX.,
Wonln 'otioit his old friends and customers and
the public geucrull? te give him a call and ex
amine his stock before purchasing elsewhere.
All kinds of Repairing done with neutness and
dbual-i-' A good assortment of
Always 6n hands at reduced rates. Alio
METAI-IC BIB;!. CAS EH,
Very low. A good Hearse ready wnen called
for. All Work Warrauted. mar5-ly
E. F L A N I G A H ' S
' MILAN MARKET, "
ON MAIN STREET.
II e keeps on band a good supply .of
a.ar.Vly CALL AND SEE HIM.
Union & American,
. (TIIE PEOPLE'S PAPER.)
The Cirertt News, Family. Commercial. Po
litii sl and Agricnltural Journal of the .South.
It telegraphic news from all part" of
the world as toon as any other paper published
. II liive, by telegraph, the general news of
the' old world as soon s-jjjaTiy other paper pub
lished in the United Su".
It .iveM. by telegraph, the latest market
ouotations of all foreign and dosuestic markets,
day by day and week by week.
If hiive, by telegraph, every day. the clos
ing quotations of gold, stocks and bonds in this
city and in New "t ork. el" the day before.
l Live. Daily. -Serai-Weekly and Weekly,
the current market price in the city of Xath
ville of every article ef produce and trade ia
It til vea to the mechanic an account of ev
ery new invention calculated to advance his in-tercj-t
by lessening his labor.
It is a Unaarial chronicle, which publish
es t the people every fact in the finam-essof the
State and country calculated to advance or re
tard their interests.
". It ilve all the rarrent political news and
movements of the day. and the honest opinions
ef its conductors thrreen.
It fcl vea all Iocs!. State and miscellaneous
news of the day.
. It JlTea good share f literature aed poet
ry fresh, carcf:illv chosen .ad entertaining.
II Arrlenllnral and household columns,
fry Db. l'ANIEL LEE. (who is alone employed
by this paper, and who stands first among the
scientific and- practical agriculturists of this
country.) are full of plain talk to Farmers and
llousewlvesand advocate their interests in all
-8CMCEITTTOS. I fTCK.
Daily im- annum by Mail, - 1 10.00
Semi- Weekly per annum, - 4.00
Weekly per annum, - "- 2:00
Shorter ptriodt in proportion. - - '.
Addrese . . . ' - - -:.
tNI0K 7 " AVITEICAK.
war 13 Ktmntu, Tays.
Inaure year property la the
Ai liberal rates given aa any
W. A. WADE, Ag't,
W. 0. Vakhooi .
8. H. Hali.
Wheleaale asd Retail Dealen ia
Staple ft Fevnoy
Field & Garden Seeds,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, Ac,
FANCY TOILET SOAPS,
AND FAMILY SUPPLIES
OF ALL KINDS.
--v7-E CALL TIIE ATTENTION OF 0VR
VV customers and friends to the above.
Our stock will always be found complete and
well assorted. We buy stri'-tly for cash, which
will enable us to sell at th- lowest prices for
ash or produce, which we will take in exchange
for gro-rrifs. (live us a call, and we will prove
all we have said. mar.Vly
American Watches. 2 01. Silver Case, $15 to 5J
Silver Chains, lixht medium. 4
Ladies tiold Watches 25 to 54)
" Set Jewelry t Pearl sets). 10
' " Oral " . 35
Plnin Gold Rings, small 1
" " " medium...- 4
" cheap. t fine Roll plateJew'lry 50c to 5
Revdvers, even Shot 5 to 10
Five :C cal. long 7 to 10
Shot Guns. Simla to 510, Double...- 10 to JO
Water-proof Cans, per bog of 1"0 10c
Cartridges, all kinds, for cap revolv-
ers and others, per bog .WtotI
jrv??'i5 BEPAIB1SU WATI II
fQf'SZL KM: Clean in r l. Glssse
fesi-iiSj 2f)e for best, best Main
SprinssSl. Hanils 2c.
Drdrni ly Mail or KxareM for Goods
or w i'h Wati h Work solicited, and perfect Sat
siiaction guaranteed. '
vr. w. wiLKisox.
mar.r-ly . Milan, Tenn.
M. BrBNP, Jr.. 1st. M. Buss. Jt., 2i.
Jasiks Kt rss,
Saddlery? Hardware, Coachware
Shoe) "rTirMiinsisi, Ioather,
Spoke) Felloes, Hubs, Axles, Spripgp,
&Ct &C. f &C,
Sot. 6 avo 7 Pubuc SqeaJtit, SorTi Sibi,
mr6-m. 'JfASTTVILLE. TESTS'. '
R. G, KIRBY,
.-. . ' '
of Paris, Tnn.t wiii, ,
T. H. &J. KL Allen & Co..
Thos. H. Allen & Co.,
mannfacturer-ef and dealer in "
Saddles, Haraess, Csllars, &c.
Ia fact, everything anallr Itepi ia a First
JsjrOrders fur Fine Work solicited.
r South Hi-le.Vaifl Street.'
marS-ly. MIIUK TENS.
MRS. E.-A.' DUFFY
r-r-IAKES PLF.A8CRK IX AXXOUXCIXG
I . .v. 1 1 f : 1 J 1 :
. in. 1 1 1 1 c wi ... n.u nau fuiivuilullll
country that she has juat received aa alegaat
stock of the latest styles of Millinery Goods,
wnicn sne win sen ai u lowasi eaaa pnee.
Corner Main and Fourth Streets,
REFITTED AXD KEFCRXISEXD.
3Taxo, $2.CO 13 or Uasay.
Col. C. M. MeOasw. Aasistabt. - - -
A0EKT I0t, .
W. & H. Morrison,
(Saceeaaon to Winston. Morrison A Co..)
He). 4 ralaa traart,
NEW ORLEANS. LA.
Ta-t for the People. The Cumberland Cnlverai
:y Business Collegeand Telegraph Institute, a'
.ehanon, Tennessee, and Rryant Stratton ltu
-.ness College and Telegraph Institute at Nash
ville, Tennessee, are the leading Actual Buai
lass Colleges in the South and Wast. A
for all worthy graduates ia Telegraphy la
sa seaa aa the coarse ef initractloa is eomplet-
OR ONE -HALF
of all the money paid for
ill, within thirty daya, be
All modern improvements in basinets-training.
Rate te auit the hard time. Sesaiea
nernctual. For particulars, anolr ia neraea.
or address the Principal.
iuu.has (.eoanon, iena.,
aag27 Or Nashville. Tenn.
M. D. Xe J0EDAK ,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
Fancy Hair Je Tooth Brushes,
Perfumery, Fancy Toilet Articles,
aT Phyvictaaa' rrescrintiona Aeewratelr
H. L. DICKINSON
IS SOW RECEIVISG APOTM50 AX
,l,f ,al ,lu,k of
NOTIONS, &c., Ac.,
At the Xeie Brick, corner Main Sfrei
and Depot Square,
Where he is dotermined to -SELL
CHEAPER THAK ANYBODY. .
W. I SHEPHERD.
AT HI3 OLD 8TAXD. COR! MAIX
A FRONT STREETS.
ftnnlf Ar F"nni7v
GR0Ui.it IE 5
Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of Gro
ceries, bought at bottom price, for Cash, ud
r.mall Profits for Cash!
Give him aesll btfore parehasiac eliewhert.
narlS-ly t '
Mr. & Mrs. Hallstrom,
T TJTETR OLD STAXD. THK "RKP
STUKi., keep a large asaortmeBl of
LADIES' MISSES' HATS, ' '
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
LADIES' SHOES, and
LADIES' GOODS OFALL KINDS
Too airtaeroBj to taeatiea. Oo aad look for
yourself. . saarU-ly
MRS. S. FLACK, ProprittrtH.
Orrosm rvi M. A L. asb Miaa. Cirrui Xr-
' ror ao CoxTiyiiTT to tii Bcsiaiaa '
Paw or m Cirr.
Thl. well-known House la aeallr Mvt vv
Servant polite aad attentiro, and too Table
faraishati at U Uasee wila tba boat tbe eocertrr
Rtea rreevsaahla. Tte patiggawfAefsfV-
Will be pohllthsd erery Tharsday moralaf ,a
the office en the West Side ef Mtia Street, are
he store of Baird A Sims. The subsciiptir
priee ia. invariably ia advaaoe.
$2.00 A YEAR.
31.00 SIX MONTHS.
50c . THREE MONTHS
Having Jaat received from the meaufieea
aa entir new outfit ef the
aad tbe newest napravemeat ta
Lightning Job Printing Tresses,
we are pref .red to 4e
ef ankl4, attke
Most Reasonable Rates
Grive us a Gall,
A Home Enterprin