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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 27, 18S4.
Richardson's Dramatic Combina
tiou played three nights at the College
this week, beginning Wednesday evens
ing with "The Bachelors," which was
rendered so happilr that the small
audience present were completely
captured and enthused. They spread
the news the uext day to euch good
purpose that the house was filled to
see the "Banker's Daughter." on
Chrintnias night, when the company
confirmed themselves iu the good
opinion of the audience. Miss Blake
won hearty and frequent applause by
her life-like representa lions; Miss
fseilson rendered her part happily, as
was shown by the audience time and
again; Mr. Stewart made a most ex
cel leu t impression by his superb
characterization of a difficult part;
Mr. Richardson is a versatile, fine ac
tor, and Mr. Sohultz "brings down
the house" whenever he chooses. All
the players are very fair, aud the
company is above the average seen iu
Milan. The band and orchestra are
indeed superb. They would do credit
to a eity opera house. Under the
direction of the accomplished leuder,
Prof. Clair, a number of difficult clas
sical compositions were reudered, and
occasional cornet solos were given by
him, to the delight of all. Numbers
of cultivated people told us that the
music alone was well worth the price
of admission, and we freely agree
with them. Last night the popular
American piny, "The D.inites," was
given to a well pleased audience
The series of entertainments were
given for the benefit of the college,
and we are glad to state that quite a
handsome sum was realized. If we
only had a decent hall we might have
frequent amusements here, and the
people and players could fie niude
more comforta'.MO than in the college,
We must have one br next season.
Christinas i.pislle Xo. 2.
The friends and patrons of the
house have been to numerous I could
not get the time to say as much' as I
would like. I will tell you that my
business has been two-told greater
this seasou than any year since! have
Ixseti here. 1 haven t made lots of
money but have had worlds of fun,
add can' only promise iu future to try
apd add more energy to-my 'growing
business. Every one snail have kind
treatment and f.iir dealing. It is now
fully understoo i that I keep a house
second to none in your county; and I
hope to see yon all as numerous about
the store m the future as i he past.
With the best wishes for you all I am
respectfully the people s,mau.
A Grand Excursion to California,
via New Orleans and the "World's
Exposition," will leave Chicago over
the Illinois Central Ii. 11. at 8:30 p.
m. Thursdpy, January 15th. This
is on overland tour of unparalleled
interest and attractieir lor lull pir
ticiilars apply to A. II. Hanson, Gen
eral Passenger. Agent, I. C. 11. li.,
Chisago, or Geo. W. Kerr, tJeueral
Tourist Agent, o()3 Hennepin Ave
uue, Minneapolis, Minn.
Every person who has land or even
a village lot or garden, should take
the Fruit Recorder and Cottage Gar
rietier, published by A. M. rurdy,
Palmyra, IN. Y., a hie long Horticul
turist aud Floiicutturalist, and wfto
has 200 acres of laud under cultiva
tion. Price of the paper, 81.00 per
year, with a valuable premium.. A
sepcimeu copy sent free to every pp
plicant, as also his Nursery Catalogue
Distribute the Clothing.
There is yet a good line of clothing
in the houstt to fit men and boys. The
instructions are to sell them When
you look you are mist sure to buy.
Reinemlier more clothing goes out o:
this house than nil Milan. The place
is Tom Harrisons; and extra garments
aud low prices are what does it.
See the Crostt Mark!
If a cross mark appears on this pa
per opposite your name, you may
i .i. ... i
guuw initi your vuusci ipiiou uus ex
pired, or will with the next issue. If
you do not receive the paper after
that, it will lm because you have not
renewed. Ixiok out for it this week!
We unlet have money to run the bus
iness, and cannot let '.he puper go out
without it r its equivalent.
The immense amount of goods at
Tom Harrisons' is going to be sol'J
You will all find the place by just
following the procession. Business,
fun aud tally combined make folks
jolly and happy.
Jew MHIMferj and Dress Goods.
Mr. & Mrs. O. II. Hallstrom have
just received a large and elegant
stock of the latest styles and most
fashionable Dress Goods, Notions,
Millinery Goods, e'e, from Ne,w
York and St. Louis. Call and see
for yourselves. Prices to suit the
timts They defy competition.
CORBECTKD WKRKLT BT KDWABDS BBRPBKhO
COTTON Ordiiary ...... 7
Uocd Ordinary 8
Low Mildlinc- - ixA
FT MSoouctry l
8HUUtilKRS - ..
1SREA Ki ASI JiACUAi - . 15
S. C-HAilS 15
DRIED PEACHES 8
DRIED APPLES 4
DRV HIDES .. - 68H
CHICKENS, young 1303)
KENS, old 800
CORN ; Mi
BRAN a 00
MEAL .... 50
FLOUR 4 00(37 00
COFFEE ....... 10fijlti?4
5 ALT 1 50
In Chancery Court at Humboldt.
Spl. Hill vs. J. C. & Jack Atkins et ala.
rT appearing from the bill filed in this cause,
which is sworn tn. that the defendants.
Jack Atkins and L. M. Atkin, are nan--esi-dents
of the state of Tennessee, so that he
ordinary process of law cannot be served on
tnom.lt is therefore ordered tnat tneymaKe
their appearance herein M the court house in
liumboUt on or before the first Monday in
January, 13H5, and plead, answer or demur te
complainant's bill or the same will be taken
rot oontessel amt set tor bearing e parte as
to them, and that a ooj y of this order be pub
lirhed for four successive weeks in the Milan
Exchange. This Nov. H. 1SS4-
T.J. WILLIAMS, C. AM.
Rawlins A William", Hols.
Iu Chancery Conrt at Humboldt.
A. J.Fioldsetalvs II. A. Fields ctal.
IT appearing ' from affidavit filed In this
cause that the defendant, R. J. Hicks, is a
non-resident of the State of Tennessee, so
that the ordinary process of law can not be
served on him, it is therefore ordered that he
make his appenrinee herein at the Court
llous" in Humboldt, Tenn., on or before the
first Monday in January, ls.,;:ind plead,
answer or 'lemur o complainant's bill, or
the nine will he taken far confessed, and set
for hearing ex p'trto ns to him. And tiiat a
copy of this order be published for four sue
cessive weeks in the Milan KxchahK. This
N ov. 29, Wl. T.J. WILLIAMS. C. A M.
V. L. Ware. Sol. - -
Bird's Nest Cottage,
OYE OF THE MOST DESIRABLE FRUIT
FARMS i.i West Tennessee. FiCty-five
acres of land, all under fonoc, 4i) yards from
tiibson. on .Memphis and Louisville Railroad.
Splendid house, in good condition, 8 rooms,
8 acres in Orchard, "in Strawberries, li or 15
in Clover ami Grass. Location ve y healthy.
Water splendid In the best unction far Hur
ries, Smell Fruits and Vegetables in the state.
Terms very reasonable. Apply to
J. V. TIIAItP.
Gibson, Gibson county,
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Send for sample cupy.
When yot. vHt "t leave New York City,
save Baggage, Expressage and Carriage Hire
andatop at the rend I, riou Hold, opposite
Grind Central Pepnt.
Eleegant rooms, fitted OP at a cest of $1,(100,.
000, reduced to tl and upwards por day Euro
pean plan. Elevator. Restaurant (applied
with the best Horse oars, tUget and elevated
railroad to all depot. Families can live better
fer less money at the Grand Hotel than at any
thet flrst-elass hotel in the oity.
"Ob, might I kiss those eyes f fire.
Ten thousand scarce would quench de
sire; Still would I steep my lips in bliss,
And del! an age on every kiss.
That young dudeneeds something for his
blood, he is utterly too fresh. I), 11. B.. is
the best thing for him, because one bottle
will care him. But that dude is not all
lone in his terrestrial glory not by a "jug
full." Many others are considerably
"rattled" Just now about that blood poison
business, but B. B. B. will sure for the
least monev and 1' the shortest time. The
boom Is coming. Purify, purify.
Next to a walking match ia Mr. K. R.
Sautter's walking fifteen miles in one day,
fishing and hunting. U lives ut Athens,
Ga., is 75 yeari old. has bad a running ul
oer on his leg W) years one-half a eentury
and previous to that day had not walked
over half a mile per day for 30 years. Mr.
Saultor, the Banner-W atchman nd t.ev.
Dr. Calvin Johnson say that B. B. B. cured
this ulcer and restored him.
Was it faith oured? He was as blind as a
bat, bald headed, hie neck a horrid mass
of putrid corruption, appetite gone, feeble
and emacia picture of a starved
skeleton, and only six years old. For three
years doctors and medicines made no im
pression on the scrofulous comp.aint.
A tew months afterward his
eyes sparkled in gladness, flesh had leaped
to his bones, hair to his head and rejuve
nation to his whole constitution. Was it
faith or a miracle? It was the result of li.
B. B., and it is the best on the market,
"Oh.Josic," said little gleeful Muad,
"we aro going to have some honey made at
ourhouse." "How do you know?" asked
Joeie. "liecause mamma sent the servant
after three B's, and I don't know what bees
are good for only to make honey.".
Anthony Coinstock says: "The causes
of so many business failures are, unholy
livinjr, dishont practices, and intemper
ance," and the failure to ase B. B- to
fix the blood all rittht.
"llanniih June, I'ee gwine riht strate up
town fur to git one ob dem are &Z-tiKe
books what tills all about dot scrot'ulous
nea whut make so ninny biles on .eke'
nake," "Hatter git some ndwi.'e 'bout
lese liiir sores on me an' n rumatis in cicin
ole jirts o' yonrn,"' replied his wile.
"Je-sn; diit'sde very book. Hit tells all
nheut de bind, do skin, dojint, de kiiinuy
'lection, an' do tores, too- I'm gwine
rite to de B. R. II, oSico and git one er dem
vnlei ble books."
"tlraon w a ! Ml her ntcps. Heaven
In every gest' re li;:nity and lovo!"
' So nppc ar d Mother K ve, and co
inny uliino ber I n .t descend an la, witli
the exet cio of ctmtnon seiixe care
and proper tuT.Mneni. An enor
mous number f female complaintsi
are dirt-ctiy cu'teu by disturbance
or suiinreNion f the .Menstrua!
Kunrtion. In i very such case thai
sterling nnn u'"imiir pijociiiu dhi
KIKM'g FKUAI.e KKIiUi.ATOR, will
efi 'ct relief and cure.
It is from the 'ecipe of a most (lis
lininiislicu nhv ii ian- It is r-j a-
)o,-eilol strictly otiiciual ingredients,
whose haprv cojihinution h:is never
been so: parsed. It is pri-pured with
-cifntific fkillloiu tho fi nrnt mute
rials. It bcai the i:i I tn for con
stancy 'if strei fc'h. crliiinty of ef-
leo:. t loiriviice t prcpa rction, bcuut.y
of iipi-earnnte oud relative chonp-
ncss. IlietaM moiiy iu its favor is
uenuine. It lit r tails when fairly
( iirtersvilln, Ga.
This will c itify that two mem
bers of my im I'diiito lainily, after
having suflVro ' IV r many yra rs from
menstrual irr- fi.larity, and having
been trnaled v tbout benefit by va
rious medie.il M'tors, were at length
completely cirod by one bottle ol
Dr. J. Hi Mil!': Id's b'emule Hvgiila
tor. Its ellcci in such cases is truly
vouHltiuI, an ! well may the n-me-dv
be ciillc, " Woman's Best
Yours Vv 'pcctfully,
' AMKS SV. tTR.NOE.
Send feroui book on the " Health
and llappine- of Woinun." Mailou
BltuntRt n Kkoui.ator Co.,
Main st., next door to Post Office, Milan,
BAKES BREAD A CAKES EVERY PAY.
Ho keeps a m s took of Fresh C akes, l'ies
of a kind'. Ureal. Candies, S ut, Cider, etc.,
in stock, and wiil furulsh
HOT COFFEE & SANDWICHES
at a moment's notice. Orders from adislano
fur any kind of Cake or Bread will be,oarefullv
ii. d oroinrtlv filled.
J. W: YOUNGER,
Main Street, Milan, Tenn.,
HAS now oil !i and and will keep in stock all
the latest improvements in the under
taker's line, couiisting in partcf r'ine Walnut
Collins and skets, Metulic Cuskets, a full
line of Common Collins and Burial Robes of
all sorts and sizes,
He has also n ick aflae usortuient of
Moulding mi l will Fruuie pictures to order at :
very low ratuv.
PIAN0S & ORGANS
AT FACTORY PRICES !
LOW FOR CASH, OR ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS, OR FOR
RENT. OLD PIANOS TAKEN IN EXCHANGE FOR NEW
LARGEST HOUSE IN THE SOUTHS
HANDLE NOTHING BUT FIRST-CLASS INSTRUMENTS. SATISFACTION llU.kU
ANTKKI), OR NO SALK. No money asked till Instruments Bre ettivi l mid trstcit.
rAIR PKALINOS, HONK8T OOODei, 110 N KST l'RICEn ut the .rai,u Wholesale aid
Retail Distributing Pepot for tho South,
Look Here, Everybody
yK CALL YOUR SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUtt v
which Is now complete with goods suited to the wants of the country and bought since lht
reut decline In pricos, with all the advantages'that cash and thirty years' experience gives o
buyer; and we claim they have been bought cheaper and will be sold as cheaply or cheaper tho
any competition that can be brought against ns.
We give you a few prices at which we are selling, to show tlit decline :
Yard wide Bleneh Dvneti , 12 yds for $1.
Brown Prill H'ilo, fo mer p ice 16c.
Heaviest 4 4 Brown Domestic lic.
Best brand Calicoes 5c.
The fullest lin Press oods wo pvpt bad. con
sisting of black Cnsumcres, Otton'ns, Ac.
Velvots. Buttons, Ae., to match all Pross Ooods. and at prices that ca'onat be beat.
The Largest Stock of Cloihinx ever brought to Milan, with all the nobby etyles of Corkscrt w
English l'orsteds in a II the late, fashionable colors.
A full stock of Old Kentucky Jeans Clothing, with Long Frock Coats, to suit old men nrd
long men who do not like the regulation bob-tail.
Odd t'o'its from broaen suits sold at test
Hoys' Clothing, a full stock.
The honestly uiKdu celebrated Mny field and Mississippi Mills Jeans at reduced prices.
Rod Flannel chtnper than ever sold.
the bu.t Heavy Full Stock Kiu Boot ever sold in'thls market for J2.50. and oilier Boots find1
Shoes proportionably low.
in Liuties Wraps we cannot oe beat tn prices, having bought our stock from tho factory.
We cannot enumerate in a short snnce all the inducements we can aive fo: lour natron. .
but respectfully us k all to come and seo for themselves.
v e rcsnect full v thank the nuoii- lor otist liberal
legitimate pr'ces to merit the continuance of
"LUJJ.I. , LX. J
W. M. JlcCalf,
Attorney at Law.
"TTT"IT,I. practice in Uibson, Crockett nn l
Madi.-on couuties aud in Supreme and
J. F. RAWLINS.
S. C. Wli.LIAMs.
Jlautittx tCf William.
Attorneys at Law.
and Solicitors iu C I n cry,
PRACTICE in the counties of IS ibron, Mad
txnn noil t'ruflfptt.. nnti io the Supreme
and Federal Courts.
CORNER MAIN 8TR1C1.T, MILAN, TENN.
SHAVISU, HAIR OUTTINd. S11AM
l'OUl V. U , eic. Hair und Whiskers dyed
iu thn highest style of the art. This establish
ment is ti rat-class in evcrv respect.
. ( Spofial attontion given to hn lren 8
CrT take ; i;
11 C, & St. L. R. R.
Cull on Net'rt'ft Ticket Agent, or
ail tl reps
A. Y. STEVENS,
Pun. Agt, Dnllas, Tex., or, ,
W, L. DAS'LUt,
ii. 1. &T. A ., Xitwl, vil::.
for the MILLION
Centon Flannel 7' c. former price Inc.
Vnlaundried hirts 7")c, the best ever sold to
Beautiful tri colored Cotton I'latils Hie.
.lersi y loths 40c, former price f0o and Htc.
Blai'k Rep Hilk 81. '.'. former price fj!.
ptitronage. and hone by ec lnta toods nt u.
RANKIN, WADE & CO..
Ileal Estate Agents.
REAL ESTATE IJOUGHT AM),
SOLD ON COMMlsbluX
ITGR SALK. A neat tine story brick ren
J ilcnce, with about half an title of nui: (I,
in Milan. A bargain can he had in ihii
property. " - , . ,
TiuK SALE. -1,'iti acres, i. mile from tb
- corporate limits ot'Aiiliin: Vaj ucrcs clcuj.
ed. lr is suitaole lot a fi uit mot Ve ct ii die or
ptriik farm, lias a log ilwellioir hotisu or, it.
, un be divided into three good lift t tarm.
"ITJli S A I. t.. A
k' rv t me resilience in Vilun, i'i '
two ncres of ground uttnihed. 1 f'sl-
neightiorhootf. W ill be solo veiy low
ino ACRES LANH-
about lift clr nn d
A-JCl id in clover and grass.
Fa rm, 7 miles west of Milan, tiood bui Mings.
Will sell fo' J-'.SoO half cnslii balance In oi.e
and two years.
4frV ACRE-! LANK i ll'th distriir 0f
J Carroll eonntv. 10 miles jas of .Mi
lan, with Three Dwellings, Crist Vill and
ool t'arilinc Factory on ft. tiotol Orcliarrt,
rich land, with goof sprinir niol well mini.
Part cash, baiance on easy term'. '
.j. a. m:xi)i:i;sox,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
Office np-stnirs in Collins Hlock, Miiin stret t;'
residence on 1'ick'nson pfree.
Over thirty yearly records made by cows, in
thtB bcru, which uverageii 14.212 !tt, 6 o., n r
year, at an aveiatte hrd of 4,-j ei.is. iu lh-s
our c utii e herd of mature cows a veraKCo 14, 14
Iba. loot, ill ltQil our Biiiile bold ol iiyl;t;l
itnr obis averaged 12.SB ilis. 8 ut. On Apnl 1,
1K4. 'I KN cows in this heid bad made records
1 1 din 14,l04ro lh.fNie UiM'anh, the avouiyu beiug
JiV.tittS ltt)3 Hi oi. U r milked through tne jror
ending In Jtt"tt i:tct five mature co&, th un
tile lot averaging l.VoUl ffis. 1 i-i ok. Nor (ink
III THiaR UH oKl'H HS KVkM 11 KKN lL) f A 1,1,1 n
WITH X Ktjl'AI. M'HKi:a UK ( ll M H Y A a Y Hi;i.i.
I.I 'I I LK 1 ECORlo.
Vine co iivciagiil 17 lbs. blt ,i. perwuk.
Eight te) "s three years old iiveramil l i 11,,.
4'os. vtek. Eleven b ill is two yecrs oiii
i ml ,"U t . M i until lo II. c n oi per week . Th
above i ceori' t.te a sullieijiit iinitinteu of su
perioviiy. Tn' ih imk CLhH ok c .tti r. w ii ii
WHICH IU tOLt. . MKIIP
.M ITH.S A VUVYELf .
Lakeside M . k Fai in, s-vmcuse, .N . V .
NEW mtk REStCEf-.CE
First -Class Farm
IOFI ER for ufcle my r.-sldence nd iarn ,
tiiree mijes ucsl of Miiuii, iio.l wi.l .-i ll hi
be r si n . '1 be houte is a tall one-,tni v briclt ,
wiiii iiuir riioius iiiii gotiu
lio u tieru, coitou gin m.u
all in I'n I-i'Imsj con.ti ion. I
U'i a i ssnf I Iih In M In i a in the
Pll aitfs rb tired, llif tslunte wtll
A tso it io u nee t'l.-1 in ii ti. : : kii 1
ed to Hoi k rr ai o Ii. r 1 it n i 1 l.irio in,
oiicvtbf' wis'l cs in l.tty s c t-i' i t.n e -s ill ..
tn ii't .e pit :i i.ib ib lnif. as j t i
.i i lio n,..t .ir? ii.tl.ie i i. ft. i - -i"t .on . rm, U.
till o ! i! i iv l i 'enc- f ..r e. . . lit,- , .
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