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Esprew. T:.V.a. at. .Wa. V.
Alavil. fr. . .'Ami.
P. H. J1AM kS. Aent.
Train rn eiihr road, if n cesarj , Wail half
n hour fur trains en the taer.
Arrival snl Depart a rr af lb Wall.
Arrive fmtm the r.uth and Wert at 6:43 p. m.
From the Mt.U:)la. ra. From Ue North.
: l' a. m.
!-part Njrtli tnd East . i'p. m. WU:50
p. in. pVrnth, 9:V a. IS.
J. G. Hujd. PeUaaiter.
Jnr.s. Williams. Slifriff.
M. II ..lines. County Court Clerk.
I:. E. IUine, Chancery Conrt Clerk.
',Vn. Mo-.re. Circuit Court Clotk.
W. M. ll.iltord. Coroner.
I. . McKwen, Trn-te.
P. Allan. Til Ciillerter.
I. A. W. Uci. C'.nnty Surrcysr.
A. P. Currey. Superintendent Public Eihcclt.
W. R. Cot. l'.rei'tcr.
A. Jo-dsn. Mayor end Recorder.
.1. I.. W i!lmui"n. City Attorn?.
J. L. )U-DiiaM. City Mai.hal.
Dr.J.U.Boyd, M.L. Batrd. W ilson W itliam-
r,n. S. F. Rankin, W. J. House. J. H. Dickin-
en. Aldermen. -
Tlaptist Church street. J. T. Weaver, raetnr.
rreachingevery Pundey nvaraing and erf nine
I'rayer run-ting Thursdi.y evening. Hunday
r -l;....! ua. m.
Meth-.di-t-Sorth Main street. T.. P. PecM'.
P!t..r. Preaching every Sunday morning and
evening. Prayer merlin Tuesday evening.
8nnday-selio.il ! a. m.
Metbodi't At Friend-hip. three mile? east of
Milan. .1. W. June i-a-tir. Preaching fourth
Funday iu cs.-h mi-nth, at 11 a. m.
old rVti-.o! Prc-byterlan-lr. J. E. PrWht,
l-a-tor. Service 2d Sunday in eaeh month.
Cumberland l'r"sh lerian At Friendship, 3
mill rut of Milan. J. J. tlray. pastor. N-rv-:
o third Saturday and Sabbath ia eaeh seouth.
i. o. o. r.
Milan I.ode, No. 15-J. H. Holt. ff. 0. W.
V Williamson. V t. R F Haun. Fteretary.
W II CoU-y. Treasurer. Lodite tueeU err
Milan I.0'le. No. YA Meet WdB.dy 10 a.
to. after caeh full tnoon. Dr. M. D. L. Jonian,
Mater. O. Lewter. Seeretary.
I.uTiuii Chapter No.Sfr-Mert Friday nlcht
on or before eat h full moon. M. V. L. Jordan,
H. P. W. L. Ilornar. RccordT.
I.avinia Cnuneil. No. 39 Meta TiUay biht
on or beforeeaeh full moon. M. V. L.Jordan,
T. I. M. f. H. Hale. Recorder.
PATRONS OF HUSBANDRY.
Milan (Jranse No. Xr Meet" Friday heforo tlie
third piindar, at Odd Fellows' Hall. 6. II.
lUle, Ma'ter. Robert Nebit. Feeretary.
.V-w llope Oranijc No. '.-MetJ U Saturday
in caeh-nnoiitii. at Friendship. A. E. Hurt.
Jla-ter. . S. CuuniuKham. Soerwtary.
Walnut Grove Cranio. No. 4J-Mtf Friday
evenine before the tdird Sunday ineai b month.
It. II. (iodman. Mtr. I. M. Hvluie?. Fec
ratary. I. 0. of G. T.
PiicLislup LoUe, Nu. S'd Mt at Friand
thip. .t miU- east of Milan. eery 1ft and 2d
taturdy, at T p.m. lame? Ltaamberry, W.
C T. 1. I'. Atkir.fon, Feeretary.
Lavinia I.odsn. No. . Meet? crery M and
4th Saturday, at 7 p. m. Ilauaa Adaaia. M'. C.
T. Oeorre Frinrer. Feeretary.
..H."Pi.Hll I.lr. No. 3jl Meeta the eeeond
and fourth Saturday nluhti In eaeh month. W.
P.-1iilIrt. C. T. John W. Bann. Fe
retary. Walnut firove Lodre. No. . Meata every
Thursday uiht. W. U. Goodman, W. C. T.
r. r. t.
Milan Cnnn-il. No. Tl-Moet erery Friday
nichi at Odd FeUowi' HalU W. J. nonr. W.
P. 11. L. Di -kirson. Secretary.
Appalntmenlaaf tit Dcneral
RrpnMleaa 'nt Idate.
The followinc appointment for thaeanraaa
rave he.-n a creed upun Ys the ehairmea of tha
Jemorrati and Republi-an fiuto ExtcatiT
Cl-rk'ville. Thnrfday, Oct 22.
Pariii. Krulrf y, Oel Zl
M.-KeiiTte. Satnrday. Oct 24.
HumU.ldt. Monday, (let X.
t rinn Citv. 1 ueiay. Oct 27.
Rolfvar. W ednrfday, Oet 2x
.a .-ks,.n. Thursday. Oct 29.
llror.Tille. Friday. Oet tf.
Mruiphi-, attrday, Oct 31.
Chairman Pemoeratir Ki. Commi'tee.
W K PlttiSSER.
Chairman Rvpubtiean Ki. committee.
The umiemKiied, candidate far Cncret,
ill addrrft the rople at the folluwiat timea
RipW. Thur-day. Ort 22
C uittim. ratuniay. lct I4
Mawa Depot. Monday, Oct 36
Ilrownsville, Taeeday. Oct 27
Daneynll, Wednenday, Oct 28
J ...tonvil!,. Monday. .VovT:cAi pwELU
In- M. P. L. JORDAN. eandidaUs for Plate
Fi liate, will addiw the eitiien of Carroll and
ii:-u at the fidloa-inr timet and place :
Medina. Friday, Oct 2t.
Kimball. Saturday. Oct 24.
M-l,cnioiwille. Taeeday. OetCT.
Tr-ieaiit. Wednefday. tk-t Ji.
Atwood. Thuiday. Oct i1.
Mill-!). Friday. Oct : I.
l,a ii in. Saturday, Oct 31.
liautiut:din, Monday, Not 2.
AVe have ou hand a lot of old newe
I:i'crs, nhich can be bought at on
dullar prr hundred.
A Urge lot of ItooU and shoes cheap
er thun ever. R. J. RoaERTbav.
Xa a Tar Tlaael
All our farmer friends who wish to
FuWrne for the Exchange, and are
a little short of greenback, can pay
far it iu wood. Hitch up your teams
and bring it iu while the roads arc
Tartu's who have purchased Waxli
in Machines from llaJeVanhooki co.,
run return them, if not aatisficd.
IIaxx. Vanhook Sl Co.
A Craa KmttL
Oi the margin of jour pajicr indi
cate! that yoor time is out, or will em
pire with the next paper. Remember
our rule cajsh axwats di advance.
If not renewed, we take it for granted
you do not want the paper any longer,
end your name will be dropped from
our lt. W intend to puhlkh the
bet paper ia Wert Tennessee, and
the more subscribers ww get, the bct
tcr wc caa make the paper. Let eve
ry oat reoew and bring another with
Th weniLrr tLii week has been
doubtful. '. - . , .
Our city is full of tramps, hunting
a climate to euit their clothes.
A lot of Federal jolliers passed
down thr Memphis road last Tuesday
; -All of our lawyers have been at
! ir..i.i.ii !.: i. ...
A party of sportsmen left here la.st
MoivJay fr Rt-elfoot, where they pro
pose to devote a week to. the finny
A number of Milanese are getting
ready for tlie jrand excursion to New
Orleans next month. T will be a big
Some dad -beats were rourted out
of a locomotive tender the other night,
black as negroes. They were trying
to steal a ride.
Gibson county ranks No. 7 In cho
l.i?tic population in Tennessee. Next
year, if she keeps increasing as Cist as
she ha3, 4 ill rank about fifth.
Politics are quieter in Milan than
any plaee we know of. All parties
attend strictly to their own business
and let the eondidat? do the talking.
A drummer went out Sunday morn
ing n try hw little pistol. Mayor
Jordan charged him twelve dollars for
the privilege. 1 le snys that's as much
&s it coat at CrL
The Milan String Band gave our
young newly -married friend, Mr Dave
Mills, some of their good music" last
Tuesday night at the Milin Hotel.
The band wishes hii life may be all
Juet about this time of the year
there is great danger of fires. You
cannot be too cartful See to your
stove, fluea, etc., and don't fail to
secure a policy in the Equitable right
Maj. &Mrs Ilallstrom have receiv
ed an unu-ually elegant st ck of win
ter millinery and dress goods and are
crowded with customers. Our lady
friends especially will do well to call
and examine their stock.
Our citizens w ill remember that the
Baptist Ministers Institute convenes
here with the West Tennessee Con
vention on Thursday the 5tb of No
vember, when a number of prominent
preachers of that denomination will be
Stone A Mills, ."inee receiving their
mammoth fall stock, have been doing
busines" with a rush. On going iu
there one day recently we could hardly
get a salesman to look at us too buy
to notice us when w many cash custo
mers were standing around.
nieCluttanooga convention wound
up w ith a long address to the country,
enumerating outrages and saying Radical-
were unsafe in the South. And
yet ft member of that Ixxly is postmas
ter of IIuml)oldt, in this county. We
ltave never heard that his life was in
A lively race tame off ou Main street
Isat Friday. Two young men, feeling
salubrious," thought to have a horse
race tip the street, which they did.
McDonald, however, was making
Dexter time behind' them, on foot,
and captured one of them. Ten dol
lars and coet.
Tobacco and Snuffs at Stone &
Chl.kf n. egjea nUl butter.
15 ' Halt, Vanhook iCo.
J. II. Dickinson, Esq., left for
Nashville Tuesday niht, to attend
tbe Grand Lodge I. O. O. F.
Aleck RouLtone, of Stix, Krouse
&. Co., Cincinnati, was in town the
other day, selling 'em cheap.
Capt. Hale has just returned from
the North, w here he has made arrange
ments to purchase everything our
Granger frionda need at greatly reduced
rates. Remember it.
Gen. A. M. West, V. P., Capt. E.
D. Froct, G. M., D. B. Money, G. F.
A., S. E. Carey, G. P. & T. A., and
other officers of the N. O., St L. &
C. road, passed down in a ppecial car
Tuesday, bound for New Orleans.
Clothins rruaranteed ten per cent.
cheaper than any house in the city.
1 Kwivr A- f rr I a
Call and see roe. I mean business.
Dry goods and groceries cheaper than
ever. R. J. lioBurreox.
Our farmers generally are sowing a
much, larger area in wheat this fall
than usual. They expect to pasture
their stock on it this winter, thus sav
ing almost the value of a grass crop,
besides making bread for another
year. In this they 6how their good
sense. We only hope more of them
w ill do likewitse.
A nice line of dress goods and cloth
ing at prime cost for 30 days at
Ture Havana cigars jutt received
by L. W. Deshono.
Cattani m1 Cerm.
As we announced some time since,
our leading farmers estimate the yield
this year to be ene-durd of a cotton
crop acd one-half of a. crop of corn.
Smokers, go to Deshong's.
Just received, from the best cigar
manufacturer and largest importer in
th city of New York, a complete lino
cf ciggjs, cf every grade, shade uxl
quality. O&ll and examine.
, -I W. Paeacwa
coram: cs. -
The News-Gazette, after a suspension
of two weeks, came out again last
Friday, a much better paper. Messrs
J. G. Wells and F. M. Holbrook have
leased the office for a term of years
and we hope will publish a good paper
and make money. We clip the fol
lowing from the last issue :
We know a man in our town who
has got so secdr that moss is sprouting
t on his fingers. Bu(r)t he says be
wouldn t care a cent if it only growed
ou the palm of his hand.
A most pleasant aUair will take
place on Ktturday, 24th inst,, at th
Presbyterian church in this place, by
a reunion of the female students, and
especially the alumnae, of Dr J. E.
An p.larra of fire was given early
last Monday morning which occasioned
considerable flurry for a few moments.
The alarm was occasioned by the
burning out of a chimney at the rear
end of the brick store now occupied
uy Oppenheimer dc Son.
Yorkville Commandery, No. 2,
Kuichts Templar, will meet the first
Thursday in every month, at Masonic
HalL in "Trenton." At the meeting in
November the election of officers takes
place, at 10 o'clock a. m. Members
are urgently requested to be present.
Willie Lovin, son of our fellow
citizen of same name, while working
with his brother-in-law Tuesday last,
cut his leg severely with a hatchet
' just above the knee, severing some of
the larger blood vessels and losing
much bl od. He is at present doin-
well and will soon be out again, it is
We learn, just as we go to press,
that Mr Jos. Abbott, one of a family
who live seven miles west of this
place, shot himself to death with a
pistol this morning, while laboring
under mental derangement He had
occasionally leen subject to mental
Tlie Idlcwild base 'ball club, of
Paducah, have sent the Riversides, of
this city, a challenge to play them
during thi week at the Paducah
Agricultural Fair; but, as our River
sides have just concluded a grand
triumph over the "champions" of West
Tenness-e, (or Humboldt it's all the
same,) they have decided to repose
awhile on their laurels, and did not
accept the challenge.
A subscriber who directed the
former business manager of the News
Gazette to send him the paper at
campaign rates has been missing his
paper because it lias been sent regu
ilarly to "Campaign, Tenn." The
r t i . a i
aioresam outness manager musi nave
had c(h)ampaign ou the brain or been
negligent of his "jogrify."
Elijah, not tlie prophet of old, but
Eiijuh Smith, and Levi, not of the
tribe of Israel, but Levi Foster, diso
beyed the divine injunction last Sab
bath in playing a social game of old
sledge, alias seven up. As is common
in such matters, a dispute arose, angry
words ensued, and Elijah, though a
member of the Benevolent Society,
cut Levi's throat Eiijuh is now fed,
not by a raven, but by .Sheriff Arnold,
and w ill await the consequences of his
rash act, and Levi lingers on, perhaps
The candidates for Congress from ,
this district filled their appointment
hcrr? ltirt Tuesday. Col. Caldwell i
made the opening speech and Hon.
I). A. Nunn replied, with a subsequent
rejoinder from each of the candidates.
They spoke' iu a general way of the
issues at present between the Radical
aud Democratic parties in this State,
and also concerning the national ques
tions growing out of the relation of
the Federal government to the sover
eign States. As to the dilTerence
between the two candidates any
impartial observer would readily note
the positive dignity and affability of
Mr Caldwell, characteristics in which
the Hon. D. Nunn seemed to be totally
OcL 21st, 1874.
Law Court met Monday. Judg Car
thel presiding. His Honor Judge
Black w as also present and addressed
the members of the bar and citizens of
Humboldt, expressing his' regrets at
being unable to hold this term of the
Court; but thought best to follow the
advice of his physicians. '
Judge Carthel is disposing of
quite a numfber of old cases that have
long encumbered the docket.
Gov. John C. Brown was announc
ed to speak bore to-day and possihly
ex-President A. Johnson.
Every thing dull, very dull, here.
We clip the following from the
Journal of last Friday:
Some of our citizens are speaking of
going to the Reelfoot lake soon, on a
Our post-master, Dr W. II. Stil
well, has been absent during the week
attending the Chattanooga convention.
A race course has been prepared by
Messrs. J. N. Lnnnom and llez. Payne
just South of Main street, near tlie
Grand Master, H. T. Johnson, of
this place, and Mr J. T. Warren, Jr.,
leave next Sunday evening for Nash
ville, ' to attend the meeting of the
State Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F.,
w hich meets next week.
Messrs Caldwell and Nunn, candi
dates for Congress from tnis district,
sjwke in the court room here lat Sat
urday. Mr Caldwell led off in a
speech about an hour and a half long,
during w hich he raked Nuun over the
coals muchly. Nunn followed and
spoke about an hour.
A . gentleman of this place was
ejected from the Memphis liound pas
senger train just above Humboldt last
Monday. It was the result of some
altercation between the Conductor
and himself about the fare. He be
lieves the conductor tried to extortion
on him and hence he seeks relief in a
suit for ten thousand dollars.
A special train from St Louis bound
for New Orleans, with a portion of
the 13th U. 8. infantry on board,
ran off the track two miles south of
Dyer station night before hist, caused
by a broken flange of the wheel of the
engine, killing two soldiers and the
fireman Corol. Thos. Firman. Wil-
i ltamsburg N. I. . Wm. Malarka, N.
!Y. aad Jno. Jordan, fireman, J ackson,
Ttna. Three or' four cth . were
- .We are. rtta&&i to glve notice
that a grand itepuXEeauninj mating
will be hekl at tho place on Saf urday,
the 31st inst The Hon. David A.
Nunn, or the Hon. A! Fropman, or
perhaps both, will be prerrC and ad
dress the public in behalf of the Re
publican party. Other noted Repub
can speakers are' expected. An?
speaker of any other party will be al
lowed a fair division of time. Remem
ber the time, Saturday, the 31st inst
Parties w ishing to rent houses or buy
report v can get largains bv calling on
0. 1L Hall.-trom, Milan, Tenn 1-ly
Doors, Sash and Blinds, cheaper
than ever lfore offered in Milan.
Hale, Vanhook fc Co.
The fourth quarterly meeting for
this conference year w ill be held at the
Method'ist church here next Saturday
and Sunday. All memlwrs especially
ought to be present
Rev. Dr Johnson, of Humboldt,
preached able sermons at the Baptist
church last Sunday morning and eve
ning to large and appreciative congre
gations. Rev. Mr Williams, of Bowling
Green, Ky., w ill preach at the Baptist
church Friday night.
Services will be held at the Col
lege, in this city, next Sunday night,
by Elder James A. Carter, of the
Christian Church. The public is in
vited to be present.
Best imported cigars at Deshong's.
Fresh supply of sugar and molas
ses, etc. Hale, Vanhook Jt Co.
Dr. Jordan is meeting w ith fine
crowds in his rounds and is making
numerous frienis. With tlie excep
tion of a small party, lead by a North
ern Methodist preacher in Carroll
county, nearly all the Republicans are
going back on civil rights. We think
Carroll can in future safely be put
down for the Democrats. In Gibson
it is all one way. We don't know
half a dozen white Republicans who
will vote with their party in the next
I am in earnest. If you want bar
gains go to Ropkktson's.
We respectfully call the attention of
cash buyers to our extensive fall and
w inter stock of g.ods, bought since the
decline. We propose- to give our cus
tomers the advantage of the decline.
Our stock is complete and wc are of
fering special bargains toeash buyers.
Call and see before buying elsewhere.
Stone S Mills.
Judgc Geo. K. Foote, wc under
stand, will leoture at the college to
night' on "The negro: his Ethnological
Status," etc. We expect a large crowd
w ill be out to hear him.
The Memphis Avalanche.
The Weekly Memphis Avalanche is
pulilished every Saturday. Each num-U-r
will contain 48 columns of reading
matter; in 1873 the Weekly contained
but 40 columns. The history of each
week will.be found complete in the de
tails of the cotton and general trade,
river news, telegraphic dispatches from
all parts of the world; general informa.
tion in polities, science and religion,
The 'subscription mice to single sub
serilers per3'ear, ?2; to clubs of five
81,75 each; to clubs of twenty, Sl,50
each. Postmasters will be allowed
12 J per cent commission on all sub
scriptions. THE I.EE MEMORIAL MOXUM EXT.
The latest advices from the Lee j
Memorial Association is that Prof.
Edward V. Valentine, the sculptor,
having procured from Vermont a block
of pure w hite marble, is fashioning
the statue of Gen. Lee, w hich is to be
placed on. the grand monument now
leing erected at his tomb, at the
Washington and Lee University, Lex
ington, Virginia. The figur? repre
sents Gen. Lee, reposing in an easy,
recumbent position upon a wuch.'his
head and shoulders slightly raised
above the body, his left arm outstretch
ed by the side of Lis sword, his right
arm laid across his breast. 1 le wears
full Confederate uniform, including
boots and gauntlets, and a light drap
ery covers nearly the whole form. The
apj)earance is natural and graceful,
indicating geaceful slumber rather
The monument, when surmounted
with this fine work of art, will le a
lxting memorial to one of Virginia's
noblest sons and patriots. The mem
bers of this Association ase gentlemen
well and favorably known by the en
tire community, who will see that
nothing is left undone that will add to
the beauty and finish of this great
work. We are advised by the Secre
tary, Mr Chas. A. Davidson, of Lex
ington, Virginia, that the funds sub
scribed are insufficient to complete the
monument. In order to futher this
they have issued" a life-tizp. steel engrav
ed portrait of Gen. Lee, to be sold only
hy subscription, through authorized
agent", the proceeds of such sale to be
applied toward the completion of the
work. An opportunity is here pre
sented to every person, not only to
procure, at a reasonable price, a. su
perb life-like portrait of the great
General, but to aid in the crectiou of
a lasting monument to his memory.
Each subscriber will receive a certifi
cate duly eigned by the Secretary and
Chairman of the Lee Memoriail Asso
ciation. We commend this valuable portrait
to the public, and predict for it an im
mense sale. Some energetic person
should secure the asrencv. in thia sec-
; tion to assist in thl uoble work. W.
W. Bostwiek & Co., Nos. 177 & 179
West Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
have been appointed General Mana
gers of all agencies in the United
States, All communications address
ed to the aliove firm, for circulars, cer
tificate and firms to'ayfnU, wiH receive
their iasidi4te.'Stfntio'n.';'; , :
Mnx Peabch. On ' the 20ih
inst., at thf residence of the bride's
mother, in Trenton, bv Rev. MaU.
nilbmian, Mr D. D. Mills, of Milan,
and .Miss Mollie M. Pearee.
Mr Mills is one of our most enter
prising and successful merchant, a
pleasant and agreeable gentleman, and
deserves a good wife. His charming
bride is well known here as a refitted
and accomplished lady, one whom any
man ought to be proud to win. Both
have our hearty congratulations and
best wishes. The happy couple left
hist evening for Chicago.
"True love'a the rift which Cd ha riven
To man alone beneath the hearcn :
It ia not fantasy's hot fire.
Whose wishes, too a as granted, fir :
It livetb not in fierce deire.
With dead dc-ire it doth not die :
Tt U the secret aympathy,
The ilver link, the niikcn tic.
Which heart to heart and mind to mtad
In body and in aoul can Lind."
Milan atln Market.
Milan, Oct. 21, 1874.
Shipments since our last issue, 44
bales to Memphis and 34 to New Or
leans total, 78.
Good ordinary, 12
Low middling, 13
Good middling, 13
firorpry and I'r ! Market.
Bacon, per lb., 17
Shoulders, . . 12J
Sugar, A coffee,. 14
" 1 brown, 12i
Coffee, good Rio, '25636
Lard, . 19
Flour, , . 3(S4
Meal, per bushel, ..1-00
Chickens, per lozen, $3.00
Eggs, " 15
Insure yonr rmpcrty in the
As libera! rates riven as any '
W. A. WADE, Ag
MRS. S. FLACK, r.-opkt,.
Opposite tk M. k L. and Mot. CcnL Pk
rot and Convenient to th ErsrKss
Tact or thr Citt.
Thi well-known 1Ine f neatly fitted np.
Servant;" xlite and attentive, ami the Tal.le
furnished at all timea with the beat the country
Kate!" reasonable. The patronage of the pub
lie i wilieitcd. marn-ly
R. D. JAMES,
HACKS & WAGONS,
At hi new Shop, on
WEST FII'E OF MAIS STREET,
Wouln dirit '-'d friend and cii?tiimer and
the pnMie generally to (rive him a eall and ex
amine his Htciek l-cforc purcbarin elsewhere.
All kind? of Kei-nirina done with ui-atnes: and
dii-paU-h. A fc-txid a?ortm;nt of
C O F K I N S
Always on liandf at reduced rates. AUo
Jf ETAI.IC IllRIAL CASES,
Very low. A pood Hearse ready wnen ealled
for. All Work Warranted. marvly
Livery k Feed Stable.
.Haun & Williamson,
! . ; MAIN STREET.-
' Good Saddle and Harness Stock alwayi on
A l.irre inpply (.f
.For sale ehean. a pKVly
S. F. RANKIN,
A T T O K N E Y-A T-L A W
SOLICITOR IX CUAXCEIi Y,
MIL AX. TENS.
Will pratieein (iibson and adjoining eounties.
OrnrE : Firtt door over Jordan'a Drug More.
W. J. HOUSE,
manufacturer of and dealer in
Saddles, Harness, Collars, &c.
In faet, everything usually kept in a Firrt
Clasa t-hop. .
fc0rders for Fine Work solicited.
Soath Side Main PtreeW-
marn-lT. MILAN TENN.
T. J. RIDGE,
. Front Row, Milan, Tmn., at
; -'WiUumt't Meat 2hrhi. ..
PEWIf MACHINES REPAIRED. FAT
. Icf ACXIvif Gi-ARASilEI. au-3ni
. FOE RENT.
A X F.I.F.O ASTLV - rlf ?ttf 5 Ball
S -n the aecnnd floor of E. A. Collins'
new briok buUdir.cwn Main street Kudu feet,
ox as ultwh a neuter may deire.
Apply to . L. W . l'F?H00.
au-7-ti Milan. Tenn.
MRS. E. A. -DUFFY
TAKES PI.KJSCRF. IS AXXOtHSCrfQ
to liia ladiea uX Milan and aarroandinaj
evuntrytbat ebe haa jnst re-eived an eleaant
stoek of the Utet atyie of Millinery tfooda.
which she will sell at the lowest each price.
M. Binss, Ja..lrt. M. i bns, Ja., Zo.
J axis Beta.
Saddlery, Hardware, Coachware,
Phoe Kindinc.i.. Loather,
Spokes, Felloes, Hubs, Axles, Springs,
Ac, Ac, Ac.
Nos. C and T PrKLic qrABE, Sorts Side,
tnarf-i'.m. NAMIVILI.E. TF..NK.
R. G. KIRBY,
of Paris. Tenn.. with
Thos. EL Allen & Co.,
M. L. BAIRD,
WEST SIDE MAIN STREET,
Barter taken in exchange for anything in tha
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
ON MAIS STREET.
ITe keeps on hand a good supply of
nai-5-lr CAM. AND FEE 1TIM.
v. a. Vanhook.
S. II. Hal.
Wholesale and Retail IX-alars ia
Field & Garden Seeds,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, Ac,
FANCY TOILET SOAFS,
- AND FAMILY SUPPLIES
. OF ALL KINDS.
-XrE CALL TIIE ATTENTION OF OUR
ciist'iroc.r and friends to the abov.
Onritoek will always be f'-und eomplete aud
w-.-ll assorted. We buy strietly for cash, whieh
will enable us to sell at the lowest pneea for
easb or produce, which wewilltakeinexchanse
for arneerie. 'live us a call, and we will prove
all we have ?aid. rearS-ly
J. H. WEAKLEY,
S I GN PAI NTE R,
MI LAX, TEXX.
Rpfpeetfulli solicits the pntn.r-ee of all
wisbine wcr) '.a his inc. Oflici it llidt's
p.ie Khoi ar5-ly
Temple of Music.
STrilNWAY, KNABE, DUNHAM
AND HAINES BROS.
BURDETT A TRINCE'S
Sheet Music, Strings &e
22 ( herry M.,S.ISHTILIE,TES.
ny-Orders hy mail promptly filk-d and ntis
fikctinn ruaranteed. Tniy2K-tf
Ameri.-an Watches. C nr.. Silver Cai, S15 to f-Vl
Silver ('liainf. liirht tl.b, medium. 4
Ladies' tl.dd Watches 25 to JO
" Jewrtry tl'enrl sets). J"
Coral " . i
' rinin Gold Rings, small J
' " " medium. - 5
" cheap fine Roll plato Jew'lry 5V to 5
Bracelet J2.50 to 5
Revolvers, Seven Shot 5 to 10
Five " 32 caL lonr . i to 10
.hot Onns. Sinale f5 to S10. Double 10 to 26
Water-proof Caps, per box of 10 10c
CiKridpcs. all kinds, for eaprevoiv-
era and others, per 1m-i SOe to 51
tvQ BEPalRISw "ATtJI-
V E: Cleaning $1. G la sea
Xd2sX5& Vms lot beat, lxuit Main
Orders by Mwll or Exnren for floods
or with Watch Work solicited, and perfect Sat
siftwn , uaranteed. un,KTS0X.
marVly Milan. lts.
! Williams, Smith & Co,
-1 vEALERS IN TRT GOODS. NOTIONS.
I If H:it t'aps, idiots, noet. uufnf.nre,
f Hardware. Ae. Terms rtrictly and positively
aeh-.ri'f lae. You will fnd them at Bryaut,
Jtkvju i '.'j.'eclirtaiii. wirA-ly
-- - . T A TTT Tl n
i..i'i n hi a si a. av-
W aUU f liU
. Insnraiice Co,
W. & H. Morrison,
(Successors to Winston, Morrison A Co..)
5i. 4S I nlea htret,
NEW -ORLEANS, LA.
Fact for the People. TheCumberland rnircrst
ty Business College and Tcleyraph Institute, at
Ibanon, Tennessee, and Bryant Stratton Bus
iness I'olleceand Tc lerraph Institute at Nash
ville, Tennessee, are the leading Actual Busi
ness Colleges in the South and West. A
for all worthy fradnate in Telcsraphy U
as toon as tha coarse of instrietion Is eotnplet-
OR ONE -HALF
of all tha monoy psij for
will, within thirty day, be
All modern improvements in bnsiies-trin-in.
Kales to suit the hard timea. Session
perpetual. For particulars, apply in person,
or address the Principal.
THOMAS TONEV. Lebanon. Tenn..
anc?7 Or Nashville. Tens.
M. D. L. JORDAN,
FINE TOILET SOAPS,
iFancr Hair As Tooth Tlrueliea,
Perfumer, Fancy Toilet Articles,
tor rtysiciais" rr-vHj-tVn Acnn-ittly
H. L. DICKINSON
IS NOW RECEIVING AND OPENING AX
elegant stock of
NOTIONS, Ac, Ac,
At the Xtio JinVi-, corner Main Sired
and JJfjmt bparc.
Where he is determined to
SELL CHEAPER THAN ANYBODY,
AT DIS 0LT STAND. COR. MAIN
i FRONT STREETS.
jvtixj a 3sr x'xszraj'..
Staple & Fancy
Keeps constantly on hand a full supply of Gro
ceries, bought at bottom prices for Cash, and
Small Profits for Cash!
3 We hia a call bafnre purchasing elsewhere.
Mr. & Mrs, Hallstrom,
A T THETR OLD STAND. TTfE "RED
r-TOKE." keep a laxe assortment of
LADIES' & MISSES' IIATS,
LADIES DRESS GOODS,
LADIES' SHOES, and
LADDZS' GOODS OF ALL KINDS
Ton nnmerens to nwrrtion. ' Go and laok for
Rrr. W. W. HEX DUX, Ttiinm.
Hext Term Opens Aagnat !, lS7i.
rrtHE RAPID INCREA6I OF TUTS 15
I atitntion ia ita beat Teeonnewdrntie-a.
Teachers are ablsi and experienced. Lat ywr
Will be published ertry Thareday at ornin.
the office on the Wert Side of Main Street, are
the store of Baird k Sims. Tha aubscipU
price is, invariably ia advaaat.
$2.00 A YEAR.
5L00 SIX MONTHS.
50c THREE MONTH3
Havinr jnit rweeived frea tk ami!'
an entir new outfit ef U
and lie newest kaprrrsaest ia
liJKniDi Job Fiinting Presses
w ara prepared to d
ef all klsda. sA tas
Most Reasonable Hates
G-ive us a Call,
A Home Enterprir s