Newspaper Page Text
THURSDAY, JUNE '-". 17C
LOUISVILLE &TT. SOUTHERH
TRAINS iiOlSH SOUTH.
. 1 No. 3
April 31. IPC Daily Ex Uaily.
I Similar, i
Lt Milan 11:"ia.aa. 12 'J) a.ta. :t:.ia.m-
At Hambnldt 12:3i.ai. U:4. p re- "
" Hrowiii'ville .". i l.-'sj i .Vli
T aUaaV.Jr &: -"- 1 fcnaj i : "
TRAIN No. I eoatect at lkn'i Jane,
trilb Knaxville Branch: it fna eily aad
from -Mammoth Cave; at (ila-arow Jam-. ti
and from lilaarow; at Nasbt-ttl with Nasb-vill-nd
Ciaitavavoog Uailraad : at Deeatar
:jla-WM.hlr and CharleMoa-Railroad : at
Ca'.ara with aS.. K. A 1. K. K. : at Untlirie
with St. Looia and Southeastern Kailwa: at
Mckenzie with Na.hvilie ami Northwealcra
' Railway : at Montgomery with Mooilo and
Montgomery Railroad, fur Pensaeola. Mobile
and Neaa Orleans.
'IHAIN No. 3 connects at Nashville with
Nasln ille and Chattanooga Railroad: at De
ratur with Mmphi and Charleston ltailruad:
at itirmingham with Alabama and Chatta
nooga Hailioad: at Calera with Prima. Rom
end il!'n Railroad; at "Montgomery with
Wcrrn Railroad of Alabamal. Alontaonaery
and Kufala Kailroad. aud Mobile and M nt-
o:i i. . ? ...I. -. i
and ftoathea.tern Railway: at Milan atth,
Jarkfoa iioute and .Vooile and tka.i Kmlnniil;
at Memphis with Memphis and l.iUle IWk
Knilroad tor Lin In Kock and all points in
Texas and Arkanyas.
THAITS tiOTNO NORTH.
No. 4 i
I bandny. !
April '31.- fr.6.
l.T Meniphia...- a. at. 11:41 p.m
Ar Hrownnille :.t'. p ni.: lMua.ni
" llaialoldt...l S: " :i:M "
" Milan 4.11 . " 3 4.S- ."
I.r. Milan . 4::t " "
At McKeaxi-. ':!" " I 4:4(1 "
- lariK ' S.-.V, " i r.:i) "
" Tenn. Kiv. I 7:l.i " ; 6: M "
Clarkville i 8:W " : l:ar'B,
(iuthrio ! :15 " '. H.ltt
" llamlville Hmr". B.at. , "
Howltaatir U K) " -11:1" "
tJI.B.w .lc I J:i " Iil2 "
" Cave City 12:17 " 12:X "
Kliaabcthla: 1:41 " I 1:J V .
' UbannnJe 2:15 I txto "
" Cinrin'ti Je :'ll " i 3:15 "
I it.. : :i:i
' .'.;() p. in
! :M "
tr V v o' ' tvLm ..n,7rT77
1 KAI o. . Irora aiontromery eonnacT nt
a era wiiu w ai, ivoroe aim nn . i
nt lecatiir witli .MempbiK nnd I bnrll'.n Rnil
road lor the Wot. No. 2 from Meniplii -on-nect-nl
IlitniliolJt and Milan for tneMe.
nln Iroiii poi'i'" South lor liiiille ; at
. (iuthric with St L A S K U'y; Ibanoii June.,
with Knoxvtllc and Kirhuiond ltratit'be: at
- Cincinnati June- with I. (' I. R It for the
forth and Kait:.at I.oaiM ille with ill'- C. S.
- Mail Itoat" for Cimianati. and with O A M II y
and .1 M A I U for the North, fcnrt and Wot.
'I RAIN No. 4 rua? daily from Moiiteotaerr
and daily except Sunday from Mempbte. Iimt
tnt direct ronnurtina from Little Rock, and all
I'ointa in Texaa to l.aBi-vilV: connect at I'c
emlor with M-miihl" a- Cfaarle-ioa K IU at
aiulhiif with M 1. 1 I. K K for ike Nonh and
KaM.at I.oni.M.I oiili o A M audl Jl J I K
for the North. r.mt aiul Wwt.
TRAIN Notilroin .Meniphir eonnecte at M-1-Kenrie
with N C k St 1. R"y fiar the Southeast,
r roia I'.oa iiiiic tirci n it will be run a-cw-inMlation
to Louiavillo. taakinc aaiae ounce
lionii a No. 4. 4
I'ULLMAX -J'ALACE CAKS
llun loth way,- W ITllorTCnANC.K. fmtn
NEW ORLEANS to LOUISVILLE
via Milan, oa No. S and No 3.
LITTLE HOCK TO LOUISVILLE
via Mamphtevou No. 4 and No. X.
MEMPHIS TO NASHVILLE
via McKenrie. on No. Band No. 5.
For information about TiekvlK and Kuiixrant
Katea, aialn-m - - .
C. I'. ATMORE. Uen'I Pa. Jl Tick. A a t.
" ' . - I.onieville, liy.
A. W. l.tlVINO. Apent. .Milan.
KDW. COLEMAN. Tieket Aiwiit.
New Orleans, Sf Louis & Chicago
Thro' to New Orleans.
i'vrr)rrv v' I't 1
OAfc tACAOAAA WAfc I i-l
Villi 'J UK ST. LOUIS AXl
' T I A'O, '11. 1. 1 X( US. ' ." j
TIriiHl'l fiHrrtuuitiy ltTvSlrr-jiiHrji
fruM CLicum . to: Xnc I
. . 1" T -. I . S M . 1 1
(Mls UiUMI. tMHyr. .. .
rneniriT!':oaviiltlicoKrlref tliea.iaan- I
Ihcc i, the
GREAT NEW ORLEANS LOU I r. j
Should have their tirVeti read
VIA. O J- I XX O .
a cT For Tif ket and Information, apply at
principal liailroad i i. ket (Ifliceii ia the Warn!
Hrt-rlaf awtnatotlnlron in the way ol
KATIXtJ t) KS.
Fully cuipixd with all tnodcra
for tM wjti'tv and fHinitort of IT
vi:srjviii)r.-K aiv iiiukf .iiiicr-
I'latf.arma and eaiiplinn,
PULLMAN PALACE CARS, j
(Smooth and well axjiaffed tra- k- loiif con
nection t Milan. Tcua. with traitir on l. ii X
Ji ! It- K- fr
Ijouisville, Cincinnati & Eastern Citie
MrnijJi'u, Little lvxh A- 7x.
I.. Ii- VKOST.
Oeu'l I'nKj- A T k Air't.
.Vew Orleana. Ii'
Train arrive jtt aad diarl fpoat Milan a
Gipreti, ritv'.p.wj. liSj. m.
Mail. 4:15p.m. 4:".".p.ia.
I. . XlCllolX'.V. Anut.
J. II. HKKD. Ticket Apent.
.. - f .
COUNTY OH ICEBA.
3. H. Arnold. PheritT.
M. T. Hot mos Cou ut Court Clerk .
H. E. Uaines, "haaey Cirttrt ClerL.
IV in. Moore, Circnit Court Clerk.
Jon. Williama, Ooroaer.
I. C. I.mip. TruFtee.
'. J. Witt. Tai Colic-tor.
Joriah Cooper. County Surveyor.
W.C.O liver. Ptiirrintcadciit l'ublie SiU.
V. II. Cox. Kepirter.
A. Jordan. Naaxar and Heeorder.
I. I..' WilliaaiMm. City Altomcr.
J. 1.. MnJ)ouaM, City M.vhal. ;
S. 11 II ile. 11. UCIar,.WilfaWillaaanna.
II. E. FMward. W. M. McCaH. 3. H. tieViii
lla4 it -Church trect . J. 1. Vt rer. I"a.or.
rreachiea-eiry Sunday inornina and ea-eninp.
1'rayer tueetiarj Thuraday ereniup. Sunday
aehool 9 a. fx.
MelhMlir-Nurth Main atrert. J. M. Scott;
ra.tor. I'reachinp every Sunday BM-dinp and
cacninp. Prayer meetinp Tueeday evening,
runday-yclnod 9 a.m.
MetliodiPt At Kriendebip. three tuile eart ol
V.ilan. J. W. Jrr a.au'tor. 1'reavhinf irrt
Sunday io-cach aioatb. at 11 a. m.
Old Sfhoid rreeb.rterian Dr. J. E. Ttrtcht.
ratnr. " ?ervioe 24 Saioda) in each aaoh.
Cuwbartand 1'iwkyiariavn At Frleudup. S
aailea eaat of Mikttu J. A. Iluntnp. haor.
aScrficw fourth "Sunday in eaefc awoulk.
I. O.O. F.
-Milan Lodp. No. 155 W. Y Wiltianon.
K- . John W. Ulankew-iaip. Y ti. J. II.
DirkraMau Secretary. K F IlawauTreaaurer.
Lwdpe tneca every Weduewlay atnrht.
MiUti Lodpe. 'o. 101-Meetii Wednesday M a.
u. after each full aaoon. Ir. M.l. L.Jordan.
Jdaater. O. Lewter. Sex-rctary.
Lavinia Chapter No.io .Meeti Friday aipht
eta or before oax h full aaoew. ii. 1. L. Jordaa.
IL P. X Leaner, Knrr.
Lariaia Coauxiil. No. Meete Friday aipbl
or before each full uaooa ia Jl arch. Jane.
(September auad Janeeanber. M. 1- L. Jordaa.
LH- IL MaJa. H.rr..aia--
PATliWiS OF UL'rVBXMiIY.
Milan tataaape X & Uoetf Saturdajr hefora
the tbird Sunday, at laaoiiir ilmli. Jv. II.
11 ale. MaMer. . Roaacet Jaawaaat. pataaatara;-
ew lloe (iraoeXo.)av JioastaSd aa ed'aiday
is each uioalb. at Friraa JiiIiiji. A. H. ILtirt.
l a?t r. I. S. Cunniuahaui. i-eeratary.
Waiuut ti rove lira tire. No. J Meet Friday
fen tug be I ore tbe Ikird Mmia) iueaacia aaala.
J!. 11. tiooduiaa, Maria. 1.
U. Ii Uaa. rc-
I. O.of O.T.
Frienirfiip Lode. N.. Sal -Motto at Ftaoa.
ahir i milt cart ol Milaa. earery Ift aad id
Saturday, at 7 y. in. laaava Leeeenberry. w .
C T. 1. Atkiufon. heeretary.
Uvinia Lodsn. No. at. -.Meet, erry 1-t and
Id. batarday Biahta ia each '
T. na W C. i. lr T.-A. .Mescal, pec. -
ij'TVill LodifW. No. V.l-Meet the ercnd
Uiii'HK or KararssKTATivax.
Waaia;taavj. J a nr. 17. i
Fcllow-Cititrn of the NiatU Congressional
With profound rretitade for tbe caatileara
heretofore extended M, and with the hop
t h I it will aMna to you Dot to baa Issasa wil
falljr ald. I aaaeaaec myself a a candidate
l'ar rceleetioa. subject to th will of the Demo
ibe imaiirtent probability of a deaal-tack
lM-taaceatbetatoboa.es apoa th leading ap
propriation bills make tbe tint of adjourn
ment a matter nf uncertainty, and imposes
apoa every friend af reatvaehmcnt and reforat
la Congees th aasity i.f remaining at hif
post of daty. I ran. therefore, ouly promise
to avail myself of the earliest opportunity
after adjournment to wait upon and confer
with rou upon the grave issae peediag befor
tb Awrrieaa people.
Vour obliged and obedient arrrant.
WM. P. CALDWELL.
TT.I KINS We are aathorited to an
I I aouai-c Albert ti- llawkiu. of t'arroll
eounty, a a rauililat to rtaprttt tiibeoa aad
Carroll rouatief in th. State Senate.
For JSlxox-l fT.
TAIRl W are authorixad to anaoanea
Jl M. L. llaird aa a eaadidale lor beriff of
tiiooa rouaty at the next Aara.t elertioa.
"Tl N A W AV-We ar authoritcd to aa
1 J minnrr Tlio. Daaaaay a' a candidate
for SheritT of tiibron county at the Aai-utt
fcCNKiHT We are aathorited to an
1. notinrr Capt. J. M. .MrKnirht a a eaa
didale I'orSheriO' at the Aii(t)t eleetioa.
TV 01 W are auhorir.ed to announce J
li C. l.onp a a eandiilate for re-eleettoa to
i. fire of Traete at the Aucut eleetioB.
MfUASIKt.. We are authorized to an
nounced. N. Meltantel. Ko..aa can
didal fur County TruMee at the AuKUxt t-lec-tioa.'
MM' A a. SOTK U1.
Cut TtiU Out It X Kove V)r I.fTe.
or le-. with lunt;ttieaM- e..uh et.ldj or eon-
miuiption. yi t M.nie would die raib.-r llian pay
7'eiit lor a iM.ttle of iii-di-ine that would cure
IBriH, I'r. - I.O.ir.fc IIHC10 C-1HLI- Hill.
, lately Wn iiitr-Hju.i in tbi country froniGer-
fttatnv tnil it aiintlfrmu eurM .tiiiiiht rvrv
I j'"" '7 ,f ?" !""' whMlTre
i l(Ut. nit t In- out and take it to) our liritCKi't .
. -..( T i )i. kins.., and act a fample Iniltle lor
liicrut-aud try it. I o do a ill relieve you.
liciculnr iie 75 cent".
la Veair Life) Wwrth ! Oal.T
Sieknwf preail'eerwhere. and everybiKly j
ooanpliiina of an mid d!wae dnrinc tlwir lile.
w hen ni. k. the obj--t i to eet aeii; now to ay
plainlr that no perxon in thif wld that i m- ;
ferine with .lv.w.i. liver omiplaiiit and it I
efTectn. nrh a iadiireetion. eo-tivenerf , fick i
b.a 'a.lic. .our ftouia.h. heartburn, palpitation!
of the heart, deprewd ririt. liiiounea. Ac !
enuake;avN'a An;rT Ki.owrii aitiioutn-t-'
tinEretiefandeiiee. If you doubt thia.trotoyonr I
drurei.t..cu.k v tin ki... and ct a sample
iM.tilefor 1(1 nt and try it. Regular file 75 I
ewnu. Taodo.ii. will relieve you. o-10-ly I
," " T . . I
It there are anv m this, ar anv oth-
er vicinity, wishing first-chiss I'i:m. i
or Orgain whose eye shall rest upon j
this item, let them (muse, reflect, lHk j
through other columns and send to !
llanMKIWtty a: ..ngtt)., A J.,1
lor any inionuuiiou iiiey may ui-Mri-
coneeniii)"; them. . Thcv are highly
commended by tlx IVess iiikI People
and are lvcyond a doubt very superi
Hale Vnnbook keen choice sum-!
Just remved from sew ork al
the latest st vies of huts, ttonuets and
other luillinerv gKKls. Will sell as
low as the htwest! O II Hallstnim.
Hit- .Milan Hotel lias coiiuorianie.
. , aV
W(.H-fittc -up hmmus, dmI the table is
.,,,,.,1;,,! w !tli iIk.- IA the market af-
- . " .
. ' . IHaaa"! Im Ii-tI-w.
... 1 !.... 1 . .w, a. rt an 1
. iimm-tii:t)i-u amr i..rr. ... ..
lMaUtltul gltt'll taitr aihl placill the
likeness of I r A. i. Simiu.s uihhi it,
,jut V(, Inav f tJ, ehangeaixl
not 1k deceived in lim ing the original
a . . t ' f . it..;....
mill genuine ."-minions i.iver.ueoiriiif.
ChII on Ctiiey Jk Dickinson, Milan,
Teun.. and have mi other. 31. A.
Thcdford &('. ChatUiiiooga, Tenn.,
For a good square meal, go to the
Hallstnim has all the latest and
tiUR-l i:iMiit.niie siyu"? i ithicikt,
for ca.-h, and can U- soid crrj rrWy. J
The Milan Hotel coutimics to Ik- j
the irn-at ixipular house witli the tra
vcling public, where the smiling host,
Mr Dutly, is ever ready to do all in
bis ixiwer for the conifortjand pleasure
of his guests.
Tb aUrr-a Wrapper,
with the likeitcss of Dr A. I).. Siin
moiis upon it, contains the ouly origi
nal and genuine Simiuruis Liver Medi
cine, and warranted r no pay. Coley
& i)itkinsfi, .Milan. Tenn., h-U it.
Huv iioik" except iu gtxen wr.ij)pers.
K-tal.li.-lKfl in 1.. Mainitaituretl
by M. A. Thedford & Co., Chatta
I drain Cradles, S-ytbes and (trass
blades at Hale" Vanhooks'
; Wto-n it is known -that Mrs Duffy
siiperinteilils tlie lioustkeeping and
LiiJf iTIuttr t.f the Milan I Intel, no other
recommendation is in-cessary.
Carpet chain white a ltd fancy col
ors at Hale A Yanhook's.
liargains! lljirgains! liargains!
(Jo tr Jlallstrom's for the cheapest
"hn1s in the market. Nt) mistake.
Wautwl I (KM K Hi bushels of corn at
40cts.. ; i Hai.f:& Vanhook.
lie came home one night with a
torn cat wliich hc kidnlv under
tixik to juend, but Iien she turned it
uide tkrwti o that a letter and a
"Domestic Fat-hion" ot a new over
skirt, which she had given him to
mail to her mother soaie two weeks
la-fore, tumbled- - out of one of the
)ckets, it was so lively there for the
next ten minutes that his first move
in'the morning was in the direction of
a wig store, t the proprietor of which
lie gravely explaiiirtl that close appli
cation tw the study of the Foreign
Policy of tin? Khedive taf Egypt had
Ice for sale at Sedberry A Ray's.
A Craaa Mark
Ol thf margin of your papr indi
cates that your time is out, or w ill ex
pire with the next paper. Remember
our rule cash always is advance.
If not renewed, we take it w granted
you 1 not want the paper any longer,
and yiaair axaae will lie drojjed from
wtr tisC W iuUml U jauJaUaia the
best pa,,r "West Teiiapsstac, id
the inre sultscriUvs we get, the tat-t-ter
f rati Hnke tlie jitjer. I jet -every
one reit and lariog auothex ith
IUli f jt TiLlen !
Apples begin to come in cT Ihw
taarkrt prcttr freely.
Milan will celebrate the gcJorloiw
Fourth a flie usually doe?.
A befiry thunder and rain etorni
paed over Milan Tuesday evening
An organ grinder vL-ited Milan
Monday. His peculiarity wa, lie
traveled on bis knee.
We noticed several Tennessee news
paper nien pa up the road to the St
Mi8 riva'be Cozzcn?, of St. Iuin,
made a woman's righto iKH h to the
Tlie colored people propose to have
a Sunday school concert nt their
Methodist Church July 7th.
A ten pound ly makes our friend
W. Y. WillLuuxon one of the proud
est of men, and we don't blame him.
The Exchange was the first paper
in the State to publish an accurate ac
count of the Jackson fire Inst week.
A suustanciul new crorwing has re
cently been nt in at the intersection
of our two roads. The work was Veil
We sair one of the Iletl Cross
boys eating corn yesterday. He
Kiys he has 'started a distiller' of
bis own. - . i - ; .
j Hon. Jim). M. Bright has our
. . . .. ,. ,
tha"k!'fora py of his able petH-h
j OI1 tl,e finaK-es, delivered in" COIl'TCSS
)H1 jl.r. 1 Jtll iixt
'fhe regular District Conference for
thi- district will convene in I5rowns
J Vlll'.t() IDorrOW I l ritlav 1. Hulion Doit.
I ... J i o
m.rt will rri-ji.l
A few tLivs since the stable of Mr.
. .M. r nil 111, in tills plllC.(?, WAS
a a i- . aa a ' '
struck by lightning. A valuable horse
i -n i i i .
Was killed liy the rfroKC.
.... .., ...
1 he JirOWtlSVIlle Mates Says that
... ... , , .
.'Iis Alice JlcKelvev, oF tins city,
. a . -
received a certinaite from the Drowns-
.,. , . , - .
Mile h CIIKlIe I ollege for distinction
' , .. , .
ur fmaA VMo Jrwre ha rwi'lv-
cd a new stock of tobacco, and it is
gixxL He has the bet cigars you
,, mMn t beside evervthin-'
A lively hop nt the Milan Hotel
was the fashionable amusement of
last Monday night, (riven in honor of
1 u mirnber of visiting young ladies
We learn that the chairs in ("lark's
' Hall will be raised in an amphitheat-
. . ,
j that they will In? numbered, so that
reservetl seats can lie s'.Id.
! One of our hy giHMls clerks pur-
' .t1M.i ., 1 i..r f 1Ilttlir 1 ,t ,.,.t- !
cujiksi a nuenci 01 uuuer. i.'si wcck, '
, . . '
i a'"1 uiMn a" """"I'1 to F Jt' Jt ex- j
: lalet1, scattering the coutent-4 all ;
over hini. Iiok sharp, clerks. ,
The Peak Family of Swjss Bell :
... ... ,. - ,
I n a. a.. . . - .. i
j rk nJLill to night. Tim is a iirst-
j rate troupe, and all who go will be
, wt.Ji ,Jl!4aJ tx the entertainment.
A numlxTof lH-llcsand beaux from
Huniltoldt. and Trezevant graced !
j Clark's Hall on the occasion of the j
j Red Cross benefit last Friday night, I
among whom was Mr. Ieigh, of the
i ii rang JfKirmil.
Dr. !avkl-ftii brmijrht us a bunch
! e -..vir I.if . Fria1:tv whip.1i lamMim-l
five feet high. He misetltwo tons of
't on one acre of bottom land. No
i fertilizers wee nsed. It strkes us
,hU ; . KttJe lH.ttpr ,ljan wtt0U
Ir. A. C. Pearw, of this place,
has invented and has now in his use
a cotton cleaner, which is bound to lie
very jopular. It fans all the dust
out before the cotton runs through
the gin. It will certainly be a great i
sa-ing to planters, making their cot
ton worth much more.
MrsSandi McDtMigaId,of this jjace,
who is now in her sixty-t-ighth year,
has made a latturifiil lady's hat from
what is known here as the "dish-rag !
plant" known in (tcorgia as the
"Unmet -plant." It looks like a not
work of fiue goods of some kind, nnd
makes really a hnndsome kit. We
understand Mrs McDoogald wishes to
send it to the Ccnttennial if she can
find out just what steps take.
Messrs Irving & ('ado ycstcrday;
shipped three hundred and sixty wal
nut table legs and ainety-two walnut
laed posts turned at their establish
ment here to the Ilergland Manu
facturing Company, Water Valley,
Miss. We are glad to see iwr friends
reaching out w ith their business in
such an enterprising manner; but we
would In? gladder if some enterprising
mechanics would work up all they,
could turn right here at home. If we
had more mechanics in Milan we
would soon have mote, wealth.
Wc arc in receipt of the Annual
Announcement of Vanderbilt Univer
sity for 1876-7, by which . we learn
that this great Southeru University
is in a most prosperous condition. The
first year rhowi a catalogue of 307
students. The faculty is composed of
the very alJest men in the country
for the different chairs; the institu
tion is liberally endowed with $1,000,
000 by Mr VaitoVrbilf, besides over
8100,1)00 lubscribed by others, and no
doubt it will be one of tlie leading un
iversities of the country at an early
day. "Ten Nights in a Bar Room" was
well rendered last Friday night by
our amateurs, for the lienefit of the
Independent Champions of tlie . lied
Crasa, - Under . tlie. management of
Mr aad Mrs Dunaway, it waa an as
surtd sccess from the beginning.
XI" e weic unavoidablv absent until
the ptaf.wfTs nearly over; but. all
present say fbwt the young actors
covered themselves with glory all
doing well. The acting of our little
friend, Miss Alice Baird, was highly
complimented ; by many as almost
perfect. Over fifty dollar were
cleared, which M indeed a benefit.
The Hall was crowded with a fashion
able and attentive audience. We
have orders from "Heaajuartere" to
return special thanks to th managers
for the magnificent boquet which
iHMiwiil al.A rifomi Tt wro n. eorr 1
OVER THE twCSTT.
News: Our Fourth of July Barbe
cue has been nettled upon without a
doubt and prepnrations are being rap
idly perfected for having at this place
on that day the grandest celebration
ever witnessed in Gibson county.
Scots W Hac Erin Go Ununi E
The Herald has a leader favoring Mr
Caldwell's return to congress.
Journal: A house belonging to Mr
J. J. Hanimou was burnt at the
crossing, about . 12 o'clock Monday.
A negro was arrested charged with
setting it on fire, but the proof beiug
iusufHcient shq was turned loose.
Enimett Elliott, formerly one of
the publishers of the Journal, but
late of New Orleans, died in the lat
city or. the 1 Tth inst. He was buried
ia HunboMton Monday of last week.
He was a worthy, popular young msn,
and had hosts of friends.
Mr. W. Cartmell, of Lebanon,
died of heart desease on the 19tli inst.,
in Humboldt, in tlte fifty-third jear
of his age. He was a good man.
We knew him well. . We understand
he-made a liberal provision in his will
for Varderbilt students from Leba
non and Wilson county.
Our Humboldt friends held a meet
ing Tuesday evening and appointed
committees, to prepare for and con
duct a moonlight pic-nic at the
barracks on the evening of the Fourth.
Mr. G. 1). Ferrell will read the
Declaration and Mr. L. L. Knight
! will read an original poem. Every
body is invited to attend.
Journal: A Mr. McLone, of Cape
Giradcau, Mo., having stepped off the
M & O train, on which he was travel-
j big northward, to write a dispatch, j
: was attacked with something like an
. tkfiu Hc WM unabIe to !
1 . .1 !
t ceetl 011 his jouruoy, andis at this wn-;
j ting, June 2lst, at the Dunlap House j
1 in this city,, iu a state of great jros-!
' , tr . .u f, ,.
J Humlwldt Grange will
have a pie-nic,. 011 the sccoikI Saturday
iu July, in connect ioii with Rural,
and Farmers Refuge Grange, at New- :
, , J-,;. .. ..-t fM t,
, lf Ya TJ TU T
place. Hon. Dorscy B. 1 homas ot
JohnsOnville, and Hon BM Tilman, of
McNairy, Brexpectetl to be' the sjK'a
kers on the occasion. Members of
the order and every body invited to
Under the head of "Announce
ments'' will le ion id a card from
Hon. W. P. Caldwell, announcing j
'.himself a candidate for re-election to!
Congress from this districts -Mr.
Caldwell has made as a faithful
member during this session has been
diligent, hard working and always at
his post. He has looked out tor the
interests of his constituents in ' every
ease we lielicve, and has accommoda
ted our jieople in many ways since his
residence in Washington. As soon
as Congres adjourns, he proposes to
visit thtpeaple in person and give his
viewson the great questionsof the day.
We believe he . U tjie only candidate
yet aunounecU in tins district
IKk! rlct Coat a-ial iota.
A Convention of the Democratic
voters of this thc 13th civil district
will bchxJd at the Court Iloom in
Milan next Saturday, to appoint del
egates to the (Auuty Convention,
which meets in Trenton on the 1st
Monday iu July, to appoint delegates
to the aState Convention. Every
Democrat is requested to attend.
The members of Newhope Grange,
No. 90, will meet on the second Sat
urday in July at their regular place
of meeting. Business of importance
will come up. W. O. CnAPMAN,
MPan Lodge, No. 190, elected the
following officers at the lxt meeting :
M D L Jordan, W M; C M Hopkins,
S W; J H Dickinson, J W; S II
Hale, Treasurer, and I1L Dickinson,
i. o. . r.
Milan Lodge, No. 155, elected
tlie following officers last evensug:
W. A. Wade, N. G.; . Thilo U
Moore, V. G.; J. II. Dickinson,"
Secretary, aad J. A. McAlister,
; r- wl4 rwavara.
Vt have on hand a lot of old new
paper, "which can be bought at one
dolbr per hundred.
. Kf.rslt WHKEi.EK.-Onthe25th
inst.-, by Key. Robert Burns, Mr Wil
liam Kcev and Miss Idella Wheeler,
both of Milan. '
TheUniws Sunday School in Hunt
ingdon" la flourishing.
The Ixcpublican is for Hayes rthd
Wheeler of course.
Huntingdon will have a grand
Fourth of July barbecue.
Carroll County Grange will meet
in Huntingdon on the second Thurs
day in July. Each Grange is enti
tled to six delegates.
' The Republican is opposed to Dem
ocratic ventilation of negro outrages.
Getting very virtuous on the outrage
qntion all at once.
The -following marriage licpftses
have been issued:
James Brown anj 1?-Uaabeth Fite.
W. H. Duncan and Jt. f'bambles.
J. A. Scates and A. E. Joi?s.
C. E. Steele and E. G. l'ate.
II. G. Carlton rnd Ethel BrannocL
We learn that a negro named
Green Jordan, in the western part
of Carroll, stole several hogs, cut
their ears off and sold them. He
was arrested and sent to jail at
Huntingdon. He has a notorious
reputation as a thief.
The Republican says "the damage
done by the high waters in this sec
tion last week was considerable. A
number of bridges indifferent por
tions of" the country were washed
'away.: 'Fences along the various
streams were also washed away, and
great damage done wheat and corn in
the bottoms. We hear of one or two
levees i.: the county thnt were greatly
damaged. It will probably cost the
county two or three thousand dollars
to replace or repair the bridges and
Everything quite dull this week,
only enlivened by a knock-down fight.
Interested parties were the proprietor
of the "Arcade" (Saloon and Mr Al
exander Wright, an old and respected
citizen living near town. Whiskey
said to. be the cause. Ni:b.
faerlbwer for Jaljr,
Though not entirelygiven overtoCen
tcnnial topics, ctmtains much, the
publishers claim, that will just now
be of peculiar interests to the Ameri
can public. The accounts of the
signing of the Declaration 'even those
by the signers themselves) are very
conflicting, and Col Higginson's "Sto
ry of the Signing," in this number, is
a concise and reliable review of the
riibjeet. The illustrations of this paper
are quite striking. Recent research
has shown that some of our most or
thodox and cherished legends of the
Declaration will not do "to tie to."
But if we must give up the "Ring !
Grandpa!" story, as Col Higginson
seems to think, wc shall find, by way
of coiiiietisation, plenty of authentic
legends about Washington in the next
paper: V A Little Centennial lady,"
by Mrs. Constance Cary Harrison a
delightful, illustrated sketch of Sally
Fairfax, (Jen. Washington's pet and
friend. This is a rare pitxe of maga
nine writing, and emliodies portions
of Sally's journal, written in the
quaintest of language. Miss Jane
Stuart rite racily of her father' por
traits of Washington, and gives new
anecdotes of both painter and presi
dent. Accompanying this is au en
graving of Stuart's portrait, from the
original in the Boston Anthenxum.
In a paper on "Harvard University,"
by Mr. H. E. Scuddcr, there and oth
er glimpses iu type ami picture of
Revolutionary times and people, in
cluding the Washington Elm and
Washington (Longfellow's) House.
This is pronounced the best popular
review of the University that hasev
tr appeared. Other interesting pa
wrs are; the first of Col. Waring's il
lustrated series on the Mosel liiver,
entitled "The Bride of the Rhine; "a
notabliflefense of Webster's course on
the Compromise Measure of 1850, bv
Prof. W. C Wilkinson; a story of
bell-pulling by Edward Bellamy, en
titled '.'A Providence," etc.
Optrasrea Acaluat tlie TraTellaa;
D. W. ('. Rowland, General Supr
iDtendant of the Ijouisville and Nash
ville and Great Southern railroad,
ha offered rewards for the arrest and
conviction of the person who threw a
rock or fired a pistol ball into the win
dow of a sleeping car near Bowling
Green, Jolie 10; also of the person
who tlirew a rock into the window of
a sleeping car at Nolin station, June
12, and Who placed obstructions on
the track, June 14, near Cumberland
station. . He further says:
' "Siich outrages have become alarm
ingly frequent of late, and the officers
of the companyare determined to use
every means in their power to detect
the miscreants and have adninistered
to them Uie utmost punishment the
law will allow. The company will
pay a liberal reward at any time to
any person who will give information
that will lead to the arrest and con
viction of any party committing these
or other outrages which may in any
way involve the safety of trains, lives
and limbeof passengers and employees
of trains and the company's property."
emmtrrto WtHaTLT T HAL! A XPOOX.
Milan. June 28. 187C.
Gold was unchanged in New York
Tuesday, closing at 11IJ.
Tennessee Bonds closed in New
York Tuesday, at 46$ for old, and 46
The New York cotton market was
easy Tuesday, midling uplands closing
at 1212 3-16.
Milaxa Ca4aa arket.
Good ordinary i
Lew middling, 10
Good middling, 12
Orerr aael fraelaae Market.
Bulk meat -ck-nr sides, 15
" ghouhhrrs, 10
Bacon, per lb., 15
Sugar, A coffee',
" brow.., mm
Coffee, good Rio, 25&28
Meal, per bushel, "0
Chickens, per doxen, 2.50(5,3.00
Eggs, " 10
S. U. UL.
W. tl. Vasbook.
HALE & VANHOOK
Wholeaal and Retail Dealers ia
Field & Gard n Seeds,
DOORS, SASH, BLINDS, &c,
TOBACCO & CIGARS,
AND FAMILY SLTPLIES
OF ALL KINDS.
Those who wish to
will do well to call at
M. L. BAIRD,
Real Estate and CollectiJIg't,
Jno. Ia. Williamson.
PRorrr attention given to law
CoVtacra aai 'Heal rotate I)naine in
tiibtoa. Maaiteon. Ilaarnod an4 aurroun'lintT
naantic. The aaiii U illiamfon will attend all
the eiirtf nf (aid countira, the Snareen Court
at Jackson and te laited Statu Courta at
8. M. JOXKS,
w. w. wurrc,
Late of the Rirhanond Late nf the firm ol
Honte. I'adnrsh.-Ky. W hite k C'oi.
Furmerly of CHty lUtei. yatbrille.
aveTTaia btaaa ia fitaataaianAae heart of the
boeiaeae aortioa of the rita,i mo.t n nient
to tae rariow Rairreaa aVeaot anil peaces nt
aaiajuaaeat. rare aa. ami at fn-nalilr
ratea. tatreat eanaaaaeTarr few m'uaiea toall
aarUf ta eitr. Tbm 'hnnte ia ent a abort
iliataae froar. the empha aad Little Rork
Railroad TVewat anal 'tlie Rirer
frbf. .n. jmmrn . r rrava.
GRAND SQUARE & UPRIGHT.
Frost Geo. E. Letrber.traa of Va. H. Latrfcer
A Ero.. Kaaker. Fayette. Obio.
We rereirea the Piaae and tbiak H a eery
Cae-toaea eao oat bora. Waited a abaft time
to fire it a read leai. .If rna with a word ia
faaror of it. we will eBeerfullr ariee it."
Jaav K. Brown, Eq.. IKdwardrTtlli, III.,
era: "Tae Deatt Piaao received fnn ealire
Agcnta waatad- Read far eartaWae. Addreri
DANIEL F. BEATTY.
W Mhlactea .Key A;rvw, V. t. A.
Livery & Feed UfJ,
Haun & Williamson,
. MILAN, TENN.
good SatiJte aad Kara rHork alwayf on
A aaree eaaidy af
For ante An?. aaJVIy
GRAND SQUARE & LTRIGHT.
Daniel F. Beatty,
'Waeblnatoa, New Jeraej. t'. S. A.
a t J
w a a
GRAND .SQUARE & UTRIGHT.
From Uofua Snyder, nf the firm of Snyder Jt
Hendrirkf, Carriaire Manufacturer", of the city
of Allenlnwn, l'a.
"I inuKt ninfeci I bardly knwbow toeipreja
my irratifieatiaiii on rwrivmt the Iteatly Piano
you ahipned me. It i at Ira-t all I rnuld ask.
wi.h or mft. One of oar rui-.-t eminent mu
iiciand trie it and iMke in the mot I'avorabia
terma. aftrr thorouahly teatinctt."
Bet offer ever arii en. Money refundixl apn
return of Piano and frricht charges T-rtd hy me
(Daniel F. Ileatty) both waya if unja:actry.
after a teat trial nf nveday. Piano warranted
for fia year. Addre.".,
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
VahinKton. New Jer.'ey.'V.
acrotumodated at tho
MRS. S. FLACK, PropriHrt.
OrroaiTiTBK M. k L. o Mian. CuTnat. Dl-
POT SD CoSVIMItJIT TO TH K lll HIMS
I'AKT OF THK C'lTT
This well-known Untile ia neatly fitted an.
Serranta politn and attentive, and the Talde
furni'hed at all times aith the bvat the country
ltatea reaxaaaW The putronaire of tbe pub
ic ia solicited. marVly
M'Clintock & MXenzie,
IMIOI'HIK 'V OH8,
5 s pq
S. F, RANKIN,
A TT'0 It N E Y-A T-L A W
SOLICITOR IX CHANCE BY
MILAN. Tf NX.
W. af. at ril.k.
T. U. t ill.
McCALL & WARE.
Attorney At IiAWa
Will practice in all the Tourta of Law and
K'luity in the countica of (ashann and t'arroll.
and in the t'ourtu at I'ninn t'ity. Sierial at
tention (iveu to Collectiona. marta-ly
II. G. CARLTOX,
A1T0RNEY JVT LAAV,
Prim attention riven to all Lu.-incsn!pt
trutted to hina. marO-
BEN. W. MOORE.
Special A trillion Giver, to Collection?.
mVr. 2VX, TT VTjli,
ATTORNEY at LAW,
.RACTICESin tbe coarts of tia.a aad
furroundins eountiea. ai-T-ly
na.Tsx o :
GRAND SQUARE & "UPRIGHT.
From tb Hon. . R. Cat her. publisher South
ern .tsii.-'. Aslrvllle, Ala.
"We have received from tha maautaetarer.
Daniel r", lirmtv. on of bis square ptanu. It
is a thing ' brante. bat not more exiaiiisite to
the eye tatty finish f its workmanrbip than
rharaaant to the ear is tbe sweetness al its aaad
ody. Tb piano rorabio the highest exeel
laDee.toaarhich all Crst-elass manutaetarers of
masicadanatramoaHiaiaa. Ta all atao wish ta
invest ia aArst-elass piaaa w have no besitaey
in advising, fliemto send fb aaoney directly to
MrrWatty- A a spaakfraia aesaal experasaent.
and it is aidi atiemsar'af iv tbb evidence of
the reliabliry of Mr Beatty and bis auat la
Bert offer sreergivca. Manry fefuaoeal upon
return nf nuana aud freight rb&rec paid by me
(Daniel F. faltT both ays If ans sfaetary
alter a tart trial of fire days. PUanosati rraated
for six rrs. Aftati '!. Send for eata
DANIEL F. BEATTY,
i Wasbingtoa.New Jersey. U.(-A.
GRANl SQUARE A UPRIGHT,
Daniel P. Befl
TVatiloatm, Kara erjy, L". 8. A'
Baltimore & Ohio
THE ONLY DIRECT ROUTS TO
By tbf.LiaePA.K.NUKR." ARE LAN DRW
at tbe iVntennlal ttrnnndr. or at riniad and
Prime Swee. ia yicinity of the Icadinr boteta
in PhiLadelrhia. aa I hey aaay prefer. Gulden
of Thruuftb TickctJ
c.x Tr arr at
The National Capital,
and visit the UoTeraateat BaiMina. and tha
many object of inUireet ia aad about M aabina
ton City. Traveler deirlnf
A Sjxrdy, 11tfiant ami Comfortable Trip
thonld remeaaber tfcat the
Baltimore & Ohio R. H
ia celebrated for its
Elegant Gmcliei, Splendid Hotela,
Graml an iWutiful Mountain
und Valley aScencry, and tlse
kiuiij puiirtt of HitM
ic Intert?! irionfr
ItirFARE WILL ALWAYS BE
fcd-AS LOU' AS BY ANV GUI
Pullman Palace Cars 1
Without Clinnco 1 1
between the principal
WESTERN & EASTERN CITIES.
For throuub TicVata, B-iraawc fiicHr, Move
ment of Train?. Iccpine far Aeeoiniha
tiona. Jtc. apply at TickH'Mfrtc at all polt
North, South, E.vaT on Ve .
E. R. PORSEV, L.M.COLE,
An'tlaen. Ticket Aft. tien.Ticket A(t.
niorf. P. PARKY. THUS. R. SHARP.
Western Paa'ger A(t. Maatervf Tranip'n.
When Yon Travel
RckcmUt tk ii rent CoUal
and St. Louis R. R.
friHE arrat ronnectina link and artery of
I trade and travel between the lirrat Wct
and the Southcwt. To the biiMiie. man. plra
inro meeker, families and tduristy, thi route
offer a unequalled advantacea in beauty of scene
ry, comfort, clearance, recurity ami eafoty uf
equipment, tatiag of tirnound money.
No midnififtiielavs and steamboat interludea.
SHORTEST A.V.D BEST ROUTE
to Cairn, St. Lnui. Chicago. Little Rock.Teaaa
and all tb vast Weft.
THE ONLY 1HRECT ROUTE
to Richmond. Petersburg, Norfolk. Lynch haerr.
lanvilleand the Virginia Sprint;?, a.- well a. In
knoxville, Bristol, Rome, Atlanta. Maenn.
Anvnuta. Savannah. 'barleitoa. t'oluiiibiu.
Wilminrton. Knlciah. tarceniinoro. Charlotte.
Jacksonville and all intermediate point".
Pn'Mfnircrs' can pun-hae tickets to Louisville
and Cincinnati via a.-hville at auie price a
by any other route.
W. 1 DANLV,
Gcn'l Vu. & Tk't Agent.
THE r.EOVJ.iTS FAVORITE!
I.OriILI.E at I I.NNATI
THE QUICKEST. REST, and ONLY R l TB
with wbich paa.rnca'ra frn: IheSonth nt :k
direct connection at Laiville with
Pullman Palace Sleep
To I'ittljur. Ilarrisbarc, Philadelphia.
And other Eastern Cities.
Arriving many hnnrs in advance of all otUor
l.iuc.-i. Connections mad at t'in iunatl
with all Lines runninc
Pullman and Wagner
To Toledo, Tietroit, Grand Rapids, Baltimose.
Wislmrtfon, Sanduaky. Cleveland, Hulfalo,
Albany, SUamanca and New a ork
This is th only Linerunnina? its entire trains
from LouiM ille to Cincinnati, aad tbe only Lina
by which paseanarera from the South turo'jte n
Eastern and Northern citiecan avoid a ted ions
haul thmuarn Loaisvill by cbanaina ear at
Short Line Junction, with L A U S R K. threat
miles south of theeity, whcie they ran lie served
with an excellent nieul at Rufrr's linin Hull,
at all hours. Through Sleepers from New tar
leans. Mobile, Jacksonville, Atlanta, l.jltU
Rock. Memphis. Montgomery and Nashville,
make direct rounertion at bert laa ei-nnr.
with through Sleepers to New York aed other
Eastern cities a ia this Line.
DURING THE CENTENNIAL
Exhibition at Philadelphia, this Line will sell
Excursion Tickets at areatly reduced rates.
Afk for Tickets via
LOUISVILLE AND THK HinT LINE.
The only Line running through cars to Eastern
cities.l Kor sale at all the Ti.-ket IIQirCi
in the South and Houtbwc-t.
-.f'rtlN M LKi)i. lien"! 8up"t.
8. S. PAHKEU. t.en'l Paaa'r k Tleaet Aat
J. T. ANDERSON,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer ia
Stoves & Tinware
CHAMPION AND OTnER FIRST-CLASS
Ceok Stoves, th Rext Heating Stoves.
Coo airy Hollewware. Sheet Iron. Tin and Cop-
Jwrwjre, etc., kept in large supplies at lowest
I 'on n try Merchants and dealers generally iup
TIN "Vcr Jm. 33 jA.T
St, Louts and MA Prices
Custom foliciteil. tiite iraa a call, and ma
will get satisfaction. augl.'-ly
S EdolAuked iu lHoG.
Rciierina tl to ba RY FAS tb Lest Psrloj
and Orchestral "rran manafactured. we cl.al
lenare nay maaafactarer to eaaal them- Tba
celebrated taoldea Tonga Reeds in this orgaa.
in conjunction aith tbe Perfected Reed Itoants,
produce sweet, par and powerful toaes . Su
perb carse of new and elegant desigxas. 'Minis
ter., churches, teachers, arbools. Aoaiges. etc..
should send for price lists and disceints.
Iaealer will find it t their aarranure to ex
aaiine this inatiumept. U abas improvement
found in no other. C.orreaaoodenre solicited.
Best offer vr given, filoney refunded apoa
retarn of ecraa and freiatat charge paid by aay
(Dmiel F. rVaJtjr betb -wayt if aasatisfartosa
aftar a test trial of 6v days. Org aa aartaatcj
for sax yeaass.
Atpwt wanted. Addresa.
DANIEL F. BEATHY,
' aiUington. New Jersey. UJ-A-