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Aj ruiuY, j.Mi:i;u si, 187. !
urtR IHK COUNTY.
LAST CALL !
The entertain nent given by (be
iiiioti High Sol 1 Ihm Friilny even
ing wti!) n ci;iiilelH nui'CfsM in fvery
..resfwct nii'i a litwntry treHt tr h'
trfH:ht. Prl. Simw i to he cmigrat'
iilnted not nly for hi mictttfs as mi
instructor nii'l ilisieiliiHnriiiii, hut e
ieemlly fur his guiees in coiuiucliiig
literary n) rhetoriewl work.
Tlie Humboldt Messenger liasagHiii
exchanged handa, mrlly. Mr. II V.
Straiton, after sitting mi the tiipod
three ir four days, gold his interest to
Mr. A. S.-Iesnop, hii experienced news
uMper iimn. Again, we wW'.Oio new
niHiiHgeiaeut great prosperity and use
Tlie calaboose at Humro'dt was
Inirned Monday nigiit.wben two necru
prisoners came neftr Heitig cremated
It is thought Unit they set Hie u it to
iinike their eecxpe, which one of them
Mictedee i in doing
Wro. Parker, son of the lute Hen
ry Parker, dec'd, wan kicked in the
ide ly a mule I.ihI Tuesday, at Na
iIiiiii Parker's, ahotit nix miles west
of here. He whs dangerously huit.
Tax-Payers, Take Notice I
I will attend at the following places
and times tor the purpose of collecting
the State and County Taxes of Gib-,
sou Contv for tin venr 1887, to-wit:
Dist. N 1, Medina, Tuesday, Jan.'
Dm. N. 13. Milan, Wmliiewlar
niH Thursday. Jan 18 and 1J. 188.
Dir. N. 14, Bradford, Friday
Jan. 20, 1888.
Dist. No. 18, Gibson, Tuesday,
Jan. U. 1888
Dist. No. 3, Humboldt, Wednesday,
and i'lniifday, Jan. 25 and 26, 1888.
The tax-payers will please meet me
at the almve named appointments and
py their taxes and save cost, as 4
per cent, will be added after 1st Tuts
day in February next. The office
is open all the time in Trenton.
Wm. Gay. Trustee.
Trenton, Dec. 15th, 1887.
Air. John J. Burrow, one of the
oldest and best citizens of Carroll
county, died at his residence, about
eight miles southest of Milan, laBt
Sunday morning, cf paralysis. Ho
was about seventy years of age, aud
had been partially paralyzed for two
or three years, but was able to gel
arojud. ' Me was in town last Wed
nesday attending to some business'
and bad his fatal stroke after his re'
turn home. He was a very charita
hie, Christian man, ami had, it is said,
never turned away from 'bis door any
one who applied for food. He was
tl)9 widow's and the orphan's friend,
and wheu that is said we believe it is
the bvst epitaph any mau could ask
"she placed on his tomb. His memo
Sill remain green with hundreds of
ple, all of whom regret his
Awake for 1888.
of this wonderful mag
people are so accus
it is going
NEW GOODS, .:
A Nice Holiday Present.
One of the most valuable presents
you can send a friend is either of Har
pers peri dicals, advertise.! in this
paper. Subscriptions will he rereived
at this office, thus saving you the
trouble and expense of ordering di
rect from the publishers.
All persons indebted to the firm of
Edwards & Shepherd are notified to
make settlement f their note and
accounts with H. E Edwards by Jan.
15th, 1888. All claims not settled
by that date will Im put nut for col
leetbn. Edwards & Shephekd.
EVERY DEPARTMENT COMPLETE irR THE.
FALL AND INTERt.TE AD K,
HOUGH T DIRECT FKOAVTUE
at the riglit time Kt fh right man. nii n the mly term that secures
BARGAINS EOR THE CONSUMERS.
FOK SALE ONLY At
CHAMBERS' GASH HOUSE.
COBRKCTKD WRKKLY BT FOSTER k Bt'ST,
" Oocd Ordinary 7
' Low Middiinr -
HAMS, oouctry .. 13
SHOULDERS. ... ..-8
HRKAKPASr BACON U'A
s. o. HAMS ?
LARD V 10
DRIED PEACHES 5
DRY HIDES 6 !
EGGS - 1
.Uirrk'ENS.voun 1251 75
HENS, old 3
30 RN , S
BRAN...'. -1 25
FLOUR 4 0086t
iALT 1 50
Yl V virtim nt & friml Hesil ti me executed by
L John Douirlani nd wife on the 8th of
Deo.. 1885. nd recorded in Tru8t Deed book
o. 12. page 208, to pecure nn indebtedneM of
316.50 due IS. A. Denny, I will, aa iruaiett, on
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1888
Infrontof my office, in the town of Miliin'
ell at publin rale, for cash, without the equity
of redemption, the following realty, or n
much thoreof at may be necetsary, in 13th
ciril district of Gibson ocunty, Tenn.:
Bounded on the nortn by Goedlope Mayner
and Albert Kelse, west by Milan and Trenton
mart, ftitininins the John Ihomai land, south
by same road and Burrill llutchiiifon, and
eaxtby Buck Benthal. containing 140 acres.
Kaiil InnH will he divicifd and sold in such
sized tracts as desired by said Douglass. Title
good. Snle within lawful houis. For full
particulars apply to undersigned
8. F. RANKIN, Trustee.
Milan, Tenn., Deo. 22d,1887.
PHLETT & LOCKARD,
8 & PICTURE
J.F. RAWLIS S.C.JT1LI.IAMS.
Jtaivltns ct Ulti i. nns,
Attorneys' at Laic.
and Solicitors In Clianrerj,
PRAOT'iK in thecouti o Gibson. Mid
isoli aud Crockett, and in the butrem
and Federal Court.
MATT. M.NEIL. JAME R. DEAS0N.
NEIL & DEASON,
A T T O 11 .A E Y S
CounsellovH at Law,
Y La w.
Is a never fuilinf cure for Chills and Fever,
UntarrH, Uu i sumption in it earl j ptiigos.
Liver Trouble in its Kost complicated
Is of incalculable value for removing of Stone
or Sana in the liUuldcr, nnd all I rma y
Trouble.- AsaPsranle ReguUtor it is
undeniably pro eminent. For Fall
ing of the Womb, and all disna
ses peculiar to femuloK it has
a wonderfully powerful
efTect, producing a
Thorough research establishes Das. IIkxkr
sho tt k Thorthx s
Pain Killer, or Fam
The best remedy in the world for Colic, Di
arrhoea, Cholera Morbus, ("hole'a, and all
summercomplaints, Iiarns, Earache, Tooth
ache, Neuralgia and Headaohe,
For what have we greater demand lhan
DRS. HENDERSHOTT k THORTON'S
Dead Shot Worm Candy?
WAKE ROBIN PILLS,
A sure cure forSirk Headache, Biliousness.
Nervousness, Diitiness, Langour, Bad
Dreams, Foul Breath, and Sallow Cheeks.
All - Healing Salve.
A remedy of atupenduus capneity. The
world's leading article for Old and Stubborn
sores. Piles. Cuts. Wounds, Bruises, Poisonous
Kite. Lancers, Uona-Felons. coins, Bunions,
Fistula, Tetter and Ringworm, .
ros 8I.K BY
Or. XV. J"4 A n T I 3ST.
County Court Sale
The Stork h eomprifed ia par, of fo?M injr:
CARPETS, CARPET?. CARPETS,
MEN'S nnd ROYS' UNDERWEAR. .
MEN'S, BOYS' mid CHILDREN'S CLOTHING,
MEN'S BOYS' m.rt CHILDREN'S BOOTS h.hI SIlOS,
MEN'S wd BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS. COLU RS hd.I CUFFS.
LADIES' CLOAKS, LADIES' CLOAKS.-LA DIES" CLOA KS
Our Gents' $3 Dress Shoe is the Best in the
T'arket for theMoney.
A New Ftock of our Ladies' Kid and Goat
Button Cutom Made Shoe at $2.00,
An einlle8 vimHy of
DRESS GOODS WITH TRIMM!NSSTO MATCH.
FLANNELS in all COLORS and GRADES
A NEW STOCK OP THE OLD RELIABLE
TRUNRS, TRUNKS. TRUNKS.
PARLOR, DINING ND KITCHEN CHAIRS.
FURNITURE, DOORS, SASH AND MAfRESSES.
We extend n cordial and nearly invitation to nil fi call ehrlv find often,
and we guarantee to make all your visits enteresfjng and pr'iiliaril.
JOHN M. DICKSON.
Would announce to lh Public that he is now prepared with a rnmiiete-ssrcm ol treatment
lnr the HAUICAL J1: 1(K ol
Hemorrhoids, Fissure, Fistula. Prolapsus, etc.,
By almost painless modes, without recourse to the knife or ligature.
A Cure Guaranteed in Every Case.
He is also prepared, with the Best and Most F.xpensivo A pparatn made, for omying out the
method ot lr. Berg.'ons, of Frnnce, for tho t lent in cut of Llixeasrs of the
RESPIRATORY ORGANS, BLOOD POISONING, ETC.
Also the French syitoni of Rectal Treatment and
Method of Painless and Bloodless Surgery.
By this method incisions are made and Tumors removed rapidly with very little pnin or
The Doctor is also prepardd to give patior.t with Chronic Dieses of the Nose, Throat and
Knr. the latest treatment lnr these affection
DISEASES OF FEMALES ARE GIVEN SPECIAL ATTENTION.
. lrvitRY n i v
Ash C ais ies.
at. Lider, etc..
from a distaoe
iti will be c'ar-
T. J. Blsnkinship.Adm'r. vi R. A. Blank
insbip et all.
PURSUANT to decree of sale made by
the County Court of Gibson county, Tenn.,
at the present term. In the above styled case,
I will sell, within legal hours, to the highest
bidder, in front of V. L. Ware's law office, in
tbt town of Milan- Gibson county, Tenn., on
SATURDAY. JAN. 7, 1888.
tho following described tract of land, sit dated
in the 13th civil diatrict of Gibson county,
Tenn.. and bounded north by Mrs. AUeh and
Mrs Uawlioi. west by Mra Hawkins, sooth
by Zack Wyatt and Pave Hutchersnn, and
east by the Johnnie Wyatt I heir land, con
taining 60 aeres, moro or lea, bold to pay
debts for partition,
TERMS OF SALE.
One-third raah, tho balance on credit of
ix and eighteen months equal payment.
f-otes with approved personal security will be
j required of tho purchaser, and a lien retained
This Dec. 7th. 17. J. D- C ARX E. Cl'k.'
1 vL. Wart. Sol.
HOHADE TIM WARE
FOR SALE AT THE
ISjOLTTLmJISI TIM SHOP.
t" ADK OUT CF HKAVY TIN PLATE. WELL MADK.'AND EVERY PIECE M'ARH AN-
i.yj TKD to be First-Class. Because the town is full of cheap, tr.i.hy tinware that won't la-t
until you can get hoine and do one week's work and buck to Uwn, don't conclude you can't get
good tinwari-; (such ware is m:id to sell, and not tor sol vice.) but come to my shop ami I will
take pleasure in showing you ware that will last ynu. special atteuticn given to Repairing
and Job Work nf all kinds.
ROOFING AND SPOUTING DONE TO ORDER AND WARRANTED
Parties at a distance wanting Roofing and Spouting done are solicited to correspond with we
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