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TIIEEXClIAXGE!vicInity of c-wgo,was wuiiy
TIIUItSDAY. AITJL 23, 1878.
f II I II I I ! I I '
Jefferson Davis was comj.linieuti-d i
v-itha grand military review in the
i'y of Mexico a few days since.
The European war prospect remains
aUiiu(jM. There is some prospect
lluit a Congress will assemble, but
; ace is liv no means certaiu.
Major W. L. Salisbury, editor of
!'ic En'jiiirorun, Cohimbu.-, (7a.,
basely murdered by 11. M. Pal- j
i.:er end Tom Holland at Scale, Ala.,
i t Saturday night.
William Orton, President of the
Western Union Tdegrnph Company,
lied suddenly in New York h.-t Mon-
:iy morning, of apoplexy, lie was '
:i his fifty-sixth vear.
!
MV-T.in. S.w.-i.li-i- i.f tlifi S'-ltfl lill- i
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c i t i .1 i
. r Srpvnna rimi I, If I bonus t n
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" Eittle Giant of Alachu county,
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j.ave made coiiie-ions in writing, as ;
J. ) the frauds in lSTo, by which l'lor
1 1 was carried (r Hayes. Dcnni:
..vers fully all the details of the Arch-
r precinct frauds, which phved so
...o.ortant a part before the KeUirniinr
U ard. He says that 214 names 'vcre
;i;it on the return of Archer precinct
i.l'ter the voting.
The Dyersburg Gazette of last week
'ones out favoring a primary election
in this Congres.-ioiiiil district, to nomi
.t candidate for Congress, and wants it
! eld with the August election. We
ire long believed that to lie the fair
rive long oeiieveii mai ui oc me: lair ;
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t wav of making nominations, if the !
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: Miibc-rs of the partv would turn out. j
Heretofore only a fe-w have voted, and I
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i:. amounted to about the same r.s an !
. i
idiiiarv ronvei!ti.ii. If our peojde
v,nt it,' wc are heartily in favor it. !
A nvin named Hardwicic, from I
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(Hirtland, Ala., went to .uewphis
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,.uu j;ol (.ii . m.il;-, muii .i on .1.... i
prostitute out to drive, t her d -unl;, j
! : ,-1 her. Wlun .ho sobered up, .he .
i , ,y t i .i
i .-It him, carrvinj- oil Ins gold wa.eh
, 1T ,
:,n;l some money. .He wanted .ser ;
rre.-led, but as she was bis v. i;
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m"-cyu"
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.-an. m-.)fj..v :ue- '"o j
i.i-oi'" ", an t went en a on l.u I oar to
w Orleau5. "Ir-1 and hi- money.
-it'
stati: 5Ti:.'..V.
Tiie i'".i: t!i inti'.mal b
ido r.nnouiiccs. it readme-.-:- t j
f j ae.
Carpenters and masons arc wanted j
i.i Clark-villo, to help rebuil-i the ;
i tirnt ui-tr;et.
The Ma lison county JJcmoeraey j
-VI 1
primary Citrtr.n :' tne ;
nominate. candidates fbr j
i
.ih of Mav t
Liiitv iii-.:
liii mCi'.v Chronicle: Y'
e under-
and there v. ill bo a grand p:
anliier f-'iaiimi on v.w -i: !i ot .-lay,
v .:cb ilea. i-in. J.ibn ! ge ot .Mcmpn s i
..i.l .k- ir;-sent and dcuvcr an a i..iv-s. i
i'arl of the j.Iaste ting e,f the M-th
Y:-i ch:i:eh l'.-ii i:: Leb:!i-n .;.--t Hun-
t y liur.ng
crvice, enoi:-;y v.ec.ma-
:c, ti'otlicr i ;l.e -i;t r :
'. !g .o:'S ii J
the Ilerahi, and slighilv wou!;ding
M j r E kin and wife.
Says ;!:c NashvilleAmcriean: Ju.lgc
(onnc:iyi. lngz i' putting the
rows of the law to illicit distillers. He
:ed loe'in from ono bundit 1 to r:
... .
I aoiisaml (.oii.O'S Vestt-r.ljy.taid Sell- i
once i.i. m !.::;: c:.e inonln to
a dill:? in the county j.til.
'.VU I
According to the S::;:d.:y--hod rta
.i-;:cs fur the United t;:tc mid Cana
i . con.-pilod under t!ie au.-pices of the
b.U-rnatiom.l Sunday-fchcol Ccnve:i
at Atlai.ti, Ga., Tci::ie.--:.-ee has
1 (-.1
u:idav-st !K;o!s, 22,0.)." teachers
i i (T
ee:
:'-, total ,
Wo
'.:irn tlatt the n:"i!iiii; ;it cf Aiiili'eW
Joho-on vi!I !k uavcilc l o:i il.c -.'uli
I.i y oi' M:iy ami iliat llie lite tiiue
i'fen.l ot' SeiKitdr J.oiii-te :i. Mr. Jo.
W. Jinn- of I-Xvftteville, Tei.n., j
ti:!ivcr the tr.tt:e-. Of ' v.j xi:ci ,
will Iv :,o in.
o v.! Use? .
I i.' i:iteiv-t!fr ccit rai'.i:
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iVivi K-c, to !:e favhlona'-a,, ha l to ;
!i:tve a fare lhi wee-K. Mr. I jus. .luius
.-toreho'.i-e r.t t ie :"tr O'iil df il:e U
was burneil Medkhiv niciit. Mr. J:
ids v d'ie-1 jit j
!.i.-t i i- cr.tire rt,.-r. f'feof
sl,40;l. Tii." liiiMinc' v
Mr. WLiiCeM. It is jie
t,v' :,i u '"
laaec.l the ;
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iii-ur.uiee. j
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IV.
; Iiiteili-j'vae'.T :
!ir.lv in West Paris one ni-.mth oK
!.i
v.o!k:l lroa.t la? A?.-: of aa t-r.linary I
i.e-nVe:r, from which :iii!!;,r,ppiiciitiy j
iifll clahorated. iVAv in .-uch ouantiiy i
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to ke: ji iho t'res:- wit. ."iieh e
c tt 1
... j
are vtrv rare, i ut -ota-e ea:-i6 of the
wrtare rejvjite l Iy many wediilau- j
tiiors. It is cn abnormal con.utin,
and is re.il'y a ti-."ised state.
Ilartsviilc S.'iitiiul:. IIr.
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Ouad, a very re.-p-ctaLI ; eitir.-n wf ; gaj,j, "u-t Hannah rwnaiti, ii'.she want
iSmlili cc-uu ty, livir.goa the head wa-: toaaJ I tliJ. I wasn't g-'ing to sor
ters of Defeated creek, oeramistcl si-i- re:ulcr '"X PJjfe 10 wyow, thou-h I
ciele Ly hangirg hlsasilf to a pole in
i.sitoU.cco oarnon iucsoa,u.e joui.
He wa.s quite dead whe-a Lis body was (
ui.-cavcreJ. He was a man alwut 00 i
years of age, and the cause f jr the rau' j
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rtiu-sion of such a rash act is unknown. .
Fayctteviiie Observer: :ir. ilhs ;
I). Cole, a most worthy eitixeii of the !
manned by an enraged stallion List
week
The horse which he was hold-
inr and which had not been consider
ed vicious, suddenly seized him by the
right wri.-:t and ground the bones and
flesh to fragments. The arm was am
putated below the elbow on Sunday by
Dr. C. B. IvIcGuire.
Pulaski Citizen: We have the pain
ful intelligence from Lawreneeburg,
that on Saturday last Mr. Jno. Kenne
dy received a stab through the lung
with a knife in the hands of Mr. Hor
ner. Horner and Love were engaged
in a fight, and Kennedy endeavored to
separate thcrn, when Horner thinking
he was interfering in behalf of Love,
stabbed him. At first the wound was
supposed to be slight, but rumor snvs
his situation is critical.
Lebanon Herald: Shortly after the
banging of the Brassells, at Cookcville,
ne little boys of this county, who
had heard a great deal of talk about
the execution, took it into their heads
that it would l)o fine fun to have a !
hanging
B n
of their own. A scaff.M was j
erected, the rope adjusted around the
, - , . , ,
neck oi one of their number and he
.,
w :ts sw unir on in unc tiyic. xui ior
the intern.
erfereneeof a lady who happen -
.1 , i j
je pacing, the comedy would
, :
ed to bi
c " "-' ,
ter ' Nuking to death j
when she arrived.
Last week's Christian Advocate says
"The Yandeibilt University has been
laid under fresh obligations to Mr.
Win. H. Yandei bilt for the donation
of one thousand dollars for the enlarge-!
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mcntofthehbrary. It will be remem-
bcrcd that Mr. V. II. Yanderl-ilt had j
previously given one thousand dollars, j
to be expended in bocks for the Bib-
,. , , . . D ., T- . .,
Ileal department of the L Diversity.
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The i acuity very crratefully reeogniz-;
, t. " , '. .
il 1iA !!( r.f Ix'tiilii-piii-p in cnitit.
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Lie resolutions, spread on Ihtirjoiirual,
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and ordered an aleove in the horary to '
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for the books purcli.iseil by those mu-1
nlfieent donations. The clioioi works i
ja the several br.ui,'!;ct' of ioii-ice and :
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Iltorat s.ii-e will be i .roomed bv tho
r .i
L,ii,-ary L.onimittee, aster eoiinsuling ;
with the members of the Faculty. j
ine .Muneeesljoro Jscws smvs:
1)o, Ibt oac of li!Urj, ror of
' j
Tn.. aii;. ,i wi, ...,.hHi tiJ0
lius.-el -V.;..-on, ..Oil WI.J t.e...)nl
.,., ..., nnMf. ... v..:..it ii,,,,,,,. ;
eis, was arrested Wednesday near Cub
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'pem - er, in Cannon county, by Mr.
-1 ' j
Lr,is Jt.tto:, m.d ?yn:2
otiicr young
I men who were out i:i the woods bunt-
iilg. They foUlld Bate- a.--Ieep With a
B J 1 ;
limbic barrel inm on -or 1;h arm. A
horse was standing bitched near the
-V:it. Saspectiug him to be a hore
re- j tliicf they arreted him and took him ;
to lloadvviiio. Iat,s.soon after his '
urn I, confessed that he was the man i
implicated with the Brassels in th?
'
murtier of Allison, ami sa;.l that he had
h-ft the ftotc, but was so nervous and
nnc-asy i:i his mind he had concluded
io come back. It ii? sai 1 be eo:if-.-sed
the crime and re-marked that he dion't
care if he was bun r within an hour.
Memphis Appeal : Wc are pl-'a -
d to know that the Memphis medical
i,.,.., ,.,,,,.;., r.,tv.. ,r.
shape. . Hans for the coiletre
building have lu cn refe'rred to a com
mittee for selection. A beautiful lot,
s.:t.,.,tc(i opposite the eiiy ho.-jital, on j
t .,:,, ...-..nr. m u!,;,-t, t'-..-. ,'i, u I
i to be erected, has been pmci.aseel.
' The faculty is complete. 'Ih? lir-t
am,!)aaceuient is in the bands of the
j,;;,;,, U)J ,,e ;
-net
1 by tl
ie
) lirst d;UV of M.".V. The oil trait ful '
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! bllildillL- the CoilcLlC will he lot out bv !
o C" -
,JUI ,.( .,,. n .-..m-tlvl f.n-
llie reception ed student on the first
rif ( li-tnbor tuivt tlifi I oori'n i, I n ii1 nf tli, I
tall and winter session, ior tins en- j
terpri.se, which will add materially to j
the iuijiortaucc of Memphis, we are j
indebted to a few public spirited, cn- j
erurciic mumbeis of the medical pro-
,', -?,.. i. tnil.wl ,i;u mm!,- n..-!
ninjis pagi, ami have overcome every
1 ol.sluclo.
AlTiT J.iUSO.
A To.jrliiii? liem i ipiion of j- ii.
JacksouV &?ni h, by ttuo of
lit raithfui AtitiMJats.
A rc.r;0rtcrf the Ameriean e.-tertl:iv
visiteu Ilunnah J-.idi.so:, clwi--!, rolk-t
,:f Uev. Atirmi J.:rkon, who m-entlv
ilieJ at liie sige cl'ii2 ye:ir.--. IIo i)i:ini j
v..ere she re.-ul-s with a .!.; .ktor.
T,;o rq.))rU,. ,ol;, Alult Huul:alV Lat '
,t, ,i.;--,.d t. ..i.i.-.Fti I'mm Ii-r r..in,i.U. I
i lie (l"-i; t':l to ol'i-.i:i I'rom lier reiiiiii!;
ceneeK !' lu-r casiu'-r hie in t-oiuioction
i v.itli ti.e lien.niiisre. l-'.i-t fai.l slio
elT',v'!,rT cool ! not tell it
1 t , . .
all OS Straight as ivareil (i)Or ia-e has !
I'and) couU. Aarua khew it ell, niul
it w;us oi'tei! tor.t they stt l.v t!ie fire j
a:ul talked over M limes, v.htn liny
were with Marco Jackson. Tiiey were i
.Kvavs treat d Khe white f'.lk. .Said (
; she '-w the tears; frieklf.! down her I
, sue, as inc uais inikitu on nei
t.i,ecks: "Mare Jaekseu wa.a father j
to us servaius, he was so good and kind
to a.s. The jiioiTincr he died the hou.-e
Wiii rrowixa, auu me v. iio;
,h vard.
Two hui'.drrd fiii-.l f.;iiru-e:i daikU-d
v.rre liviii'.r 0:1 his oLit-e. It was veiv I
dittresi:i.e;. They trieel to cany me
out wlieu ui J Alai-e was living, una tie
J
told theni to 1-jt we :d.me. 011 w e I !
had always waited on l:hu,' snd he
1 was po In ii of rri"f rdi the lime Unit I
could hardly stay :a tiie ro- m. Every
mcrnvg Dr. Ks.?lnjan told mo to -ret
a ire! vcg nnd to it villi railk
and browu sugar and let old myise'eat
lt fgulai ly. When I came
in, i nJ.iv nioininii. wi;b thafcu; aud
hnWQ6i'earmd I to ,ge
Harns, -is old uiaraer r..-leep?' lie
says 'no'. Otorge leiked i:ie ia the
face and said, 'Hannah, you will soon
be done totin' this into old master. And
then, Saturday morning, I carried it in
again. Old 5larse did'nt take it for
some time, and when be did it was a
long swill, like it went down so heavy.
I can't tell you what I felt then," and
here the aged woman wept like a
child. "I knew death was mighty
nigh, when h? couldn't take that little
bit of morsel. Sunday morning I
didn't see any change in him. Marsc.
Andrew nt-ked if he knew them nil.
'Yes,' he said. 'I know you all,
though I can't sec you. And they
brought him his specs, and he said he
recognized them all. The first thing
I knew (Jeorge Harris cried 'Oh I'
and it was repeated back to llie.kitch
en. Old Marse was not dead but bis
breath had stopjx'd. All crowded in
to the room, when Dr llilmen said
thry mu.it go out. The doctor gave
bini something and it revived him up,
and he lived until 8 o'clock in the ev
ening. White aud black were all
standbier in the room together, just he
fore he died. No distinction was shown
in the eyes of old master. Turning
his eyes to where me arrd George were
standing, he said, 'And here's poor
George and Hannah ; they're been
faithful servants to me. I have left
l you,wiil .be ,;.lkc!1 care ?f
ioiijj no iiil-iu is a oil oi juupciij icii.
He then called Mrs Adams up and
told her he had fully provided for her
aud she would not sutler fur anything,
H" - 1 beVe he died he preached bis
i own sermon. He said : 'My friends,
. . - e J
Christ is no respecter of persons, end
what 1 say to one 1 say to all, and 1
have a right to the Tree of Life ; pre-
pare to meet me in Heaven, where I
am going.' And now all cried out,
Look !. look!' and old Marse was dead.
His soul went right straight up to
Heaven; Iknowitdid; and my h us
band has gone up to meet him, and
1 wvnt be. 0!1 10i;e- W llUifn f.U
ways said old blaster preached his
ow funcrai. Ani he t((0. Ceo.
Harris and mc were head waiters and
we could not help crying bitterly when
tl,p hft pFrk ent'out and old Mas-
ters siiirii was i.'.ki.h on nno neaveu
, .,' -, c v ; ;
by -the angels of Gou. Aw-'Ai-ta'
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Jl"L ,u"'
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AD LiniLjII Th.
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2'Jx
DENTIST,
Offer. y pr irer-io:ii rr ke to iUe citizen :
of .Miluniind ie::iiy. j
omee corner .Maia an-l J.tekfon tr-e!Mp ;
uidl-ly
Bissolution ilotiee.i
rxiur. PAirrNeRsmi u ;:i ovui: i: i:x-
.1. i.-tiiic h. i .veen .1. II. !irki:)Mn nnd V'. 11.
I Ui-'V, HIiii'T Tile IliHIt' Il'l'l M It IK I IHr) A
Wekm.-.n. i.. the .im- I..i4m. in .Vihn.
U(,nn ...tJ UU (,.1V ,.t... ,:;ffuv-l. by mutual
, ...ut. .1. it- l;.ki..?-.n 'Mniwin. aaU
V'. 1!. I i 1. v.".S!i-!:ii!ir a!!
I the firm.
d r.bo. 1 n 'J":5!,?r 5 ; 1 i!rrV:' 1 4 V
U . 11. ( o.ey, at the id I t:oid.
renliiT be e;;rried ici hy
CULKY iV UK KIX.'ON',
April 1, lTS-
Ir, wt.J..l.. fr-n tl... Pun ,,C C.lfV
,t I
Iifl.iiiMn, 1 h--ii-i l-.r Mr. V. H.Cidcya1
tiniiatiun i! theliiieta! I utr.ni -( 'i-reti .re
extended t. tiu- Krio il C. I;y ,e l.-i-kin on
V. . l!. Color l-a'.-. i ii'.itM .rit.-d t i w ir; 1 iii tin
imt.-t:ir".il:t' l.-l-i i:e.- (d' ( '.lev A. I n klMMill.
U-.-!.eetla!i.v, J. II. ta..-o.v.
CHA& KS3TNAR,
pnr.(. r-A q-j l?,7?rA
C&i OlVjZ lUaGl,
Next Poor lo Post Oihee,
it I LAX. TEXX., rr-v
T renared t.. tnl-e ii kin-!s ..f
ad !-lnt al ;:c vu-y low- Jr.,-.
e-t iiriee.-.
l ien: h e alf r-notH, Fewed.
J.ee-'ed.
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:.'-s
i m
'.'r..i I?.-;.iii;-i!i8 d.n a v":..,;:j
5, , ? c i .it ilieiieirr Y ' . - j ;-i
ili iii w:i.: ever dono 7'
f in Milnn. ft"
in i ii:;m . t-
GIVE ?!E AT JUAJ. K .'-
i
t. :
Two Ens Farms
1 A Y T? ?
HAVE two Ira. U of '.o-.d wb;.-h I am ile-siri-ii-
id' eiM-. Cine Ivo'.? i.i:c end a
t' lniii-fi iv .-t i.i' Xi ili'.n. eon (;' oii:i; i.ne hnn-
Ire.' jiti-". c:i re- i -1 - j ; c- - 'iiid ::! i';'i.-i aud
Mxlv;f-reicamit thi-odnrlyii peniilpwc:t
4 1 1 i. i ; m n U : :i i n 1 if i 1 i!.T: . . -I Ti'K i-Il'llll- I .
'bie r.-id-.n,- U1-.-I !""d n-.i: h-.nse', llnis
....-tnir. .011 i.l. i o i-v... ,--.t to. w-i.l.i.r.
i'.....i: 'i'nv'.nierr l. idmri-hey. sehools' and
111 i i i:
lerws i
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.Milan. Tenn.
!g
i
100,000 CIRCULATION
FOR TIIE ifl'XXY fOUTII
DO YOU TAKE II?
XOW IS THE TIME
IT 1.-S TIIE
OtLn aliAilV ci-pUA
or txii: moi'tii I
and sverFIVE llVNoREi) i ftbc h?.t writers
Ul 11. o-i . uo mi -o'.ji.; .iiv o """if '
i. eMuinn. It is beginning soiae of the bet
oj ll.e n-iv. 0:1 ail suojL-:-!.-. are contributors to
BY STOKIES !
cvfr '"-'' '!l an A 'norii-ia j irnat. oml
, ri.SL.at, a Erea,er vrk-tj ol rjudiuc.
ltXuU
Hri'liant rontinui-I ftorii-.,
Hriiii::!it 1 -iiii jlc;i' i sroric-,
J'-rli.i.ii.t l.-i'in? mi.'l ('. --vji,
K-.xeeile-nt Kuneirai e-uidirial::,
h..Cr'!K-nt ni-HS u-roi-rtry,
Esi-tt-i-tit m-i"ty k-ttcr.
Exrvili i'.l r', :'.,:ious LoU-9,
Note? o tra .'ci..
Note of la-ili'.ll.
N oli-- of r.-. a- tiook?,
N o'.rF'lf p. uiu-ii-,
Z'i.;'-s ol iln liiiima.
l'nrtraili-- "f not.-d peoj-lo,
r.naiii ;; s i: out wouie-u,
l'lirauraph. ul huw-ir.
r--:r:i-;r ii-o"''e.!'.-nt.
Puzilc ili-partmrnt,
Matb-.-ma'.i.-al 1I0-, artii nt,
llo-j.-L-k-. ti or ile-i-.irtna-iit.
( '..n i--jo!i:ivri.t.-'s iitpartnieut, f
lac. liopartininl.
An. er to (.'om-fir.inl-jnt?,
i'V:it with i-nr.tril.'iitor.--,
i-iin:ifnl ilin-tr -.tii.iii'.
It bas luiiy ide c Jiimn cfm:uter cacb
'rriee. r.nty a ymr; Two Fr.lrriber. f j a
car. For ft oluii of nix at nipy 1? tcrf
i'rtc for one yea'. Eoi a i hib of twttty, all
sent nt one time. 510 in gold U pnid.
Aiiiire.
, , fclN'V K0VTU,
J. U. SE ALS,
AtiiiiiU.fi".
CT Ftncl f r fi-ocimen ''
Feed and Sale Stable,
U' C. r. IIAtTTS",
CornfT Muin and Churcli Elreets,
MILAN, TEN N.
"I rfTtSFS nd bncriCTi. and mMIc horss
JlJL fr hire. L'river furnished whn re
fjuiii l. Staljli- room Tornny nnmber of hi'Ws
Suptiv nf rom1 lt-rl filway on bund. Careful
.11U atiouln e ho.-tlers in attendance-
ALL CHARGES
shnll bo tin low an ttiC l"pt
1'hHukfiil for nart iatronai. Kor 9-lT
B. F. SMITH & CO.,
Cotton Factors,
psoDrrc a.
17iif lIUO'.Ull liiLMUIinU IU
XO. 252 FRONT STREET,
siKjrriiisj, TiiN-if.
In nilditioti to the ?al3 of Cotton, we handle
ail kind. oT i'nnluce. SP'7-tf
A. G. ROULSTONE,
WITH
Stis.Kroase & Co.,
i'nii;if,.cturers nivl Jubke 8 in
FIXE AND MEDIUM
CLOTHING FOR MEN,
YOUTHS AND BOYS,
CincillJlftti, O.
Xew York Office
jan24-")in 1M, Church Street-
CABINET MAKERS
AXU
Funeral Undertakers!
"TK nave opened a s nop and ptore room on
T ? Front ltuw. where wc kocpnn hnnda sup
ply of t-ofliMs ofvTinn pr:nicf r.oHOWftd.Vnl
imt.Fopl:ir.ctr., all made ;ind Ji ni.-iir.l in tlie
hv.t nt:iii!inr, nnd nt bottom r.rie far e;r.tK
We ar. nln prepared to do Ciibinet Work in its
viirioiis hritnehex e'lme (hair IWatominit,
Mi't.diiiir, Vnriii.-h'nir, etc.. in the Lest style,
("all and see ir and ottr ptH'k. We also make
biiKPy bod.ef in the Tery Lost style,
octl I'ARUISII 4 KIClIARllSOX-
W. B. GUIOH,
lIOTOGRAPHE
Milan, Tenn.
V
F
tr. utvtK hp rirTTTmrs
made, copikd.and
ENLARGED.
ilret'i-ly
I'. M. McCALL,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Milan, Tcmn
Wilt ri"'it. e in all the Ciiurt. of I.nw and
hiinovii; t:n- eonntieH ot wasin aim siir-
r.iiiii'Oi.s: ntisiui -k. 111 ine .-iiuviu imm
jx.::ill aiei in i:ie .eaeiai .tuit.
s. r. tiNKiv. i. r- liiionrs.
11AXKIX & IlIKWES,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY,
Milan, TcuA.
Wili I't ilics tu 0 iostin and iid.ioininff counties.
Jonr over Jordan' truelorct
v, !.. ware. s. r.- wn.i.tAl:sox.
WARE & WILLIAMSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
and
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY,
Mil hi, Tom.
Prompt n'.ter.tion sivea to all hus-inej en
trusted t.) their tare. iiul-Iy
Wise A Cimi'K'i, Trenton. Tenn;
E. J. iirei? i n, Alamo. Tenn.
Jno. K. Walkkr, Trci. ton, Tenn.
Cooper. Buchanan & Walter,
'attorneys at law
and
SOLICITORS IN CHANCERY,
Oi ni-K Tny'.or Iiloek. ('ull'-pr- ?l-eet. Tren-t-.n,
Tenn-. n m'. over I'. .Munis. 'mery's Store,
AI'!-i.i.Teii:i. ni'l-ly
x5Td. L. JORDAN
Physician and Surgeon
JVXiloxx, Tcim.
Ofoi-c cc-rimr Main and J.iek?on Ftreet
Flairs. julyl
V7. R. CHRISTIAN,
WILLIAMS & LAWSON,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS
au-ly 04 Walnut st, (.INl'INXATI, 0.
L IXC ICS
HOTEL AND RESTAURANT,
(Enropc-an I'lnn,)
Xushvillc, Tenn.
Ailjoinlng L. & N. R- R. Depot.
Out- hou-e i-- new nnd ths rnoins ck-uantiy
fumi' net- 'J uf liar is mpi'lit-.l with the choic
e?l liiiiiur:', r-;.-r!, eto.. and the table unsur
passed, liaili roonir fre to tiiot.
W. X. lilM'K & CO..
jc-tf l'mprietoi?.
s. jr. joni:?, vr. v. white,
Late r.f i!-e t'.i.-lirtion-I Ii'to of the firm ol
lions-?. I'aih'.-ih. Ky. . White A Cux.
Eormerly ol City lioti i. J" n.-nviils.
WOliSIIAM HOUSE,
Mat'jJiu, Torn,
itirThiF tion.-e is il-jted in the heart of the
liusincsi- portion of tho city, is maft eonveniunt
to th vnrioii Uaiiroad IX'pot and places of
amiijcintfiil. l'aro j;oed. r.nd at reasonable
latt s. i- trect ears pas-every fotv minntce to ail
part? of tiio i-ity. 'xU hn;:rc is lint a fhort
'iistani-o from tho ernii'ii and Little Rock
Riiiloaa )rpnanil the liiver
lei'!. S. M. i OX IIS .. rrop'rs
MILAN HOTEL.
Milan, Tenn.
MRS. S. FLACK, Pnpridrm.
Tlii? w-ctl-i- nntn lIon?e i neatly fitted p,
Srrvant polite and attentive, and the Taiile
f' rni.-'.ied at ali time ilh the beat tho country
affords.
Katw reasi-nab! "The ratronac of the poo
io if i-olieitf.!. tuura-ly
J. Y. CRAWFORD,
"TXT-ILL vi.-MT MILAN ON' TIIE TIUF.D
W Mon-iav in ever .nionth and remain !u
rinir the week. Cilice at .Vilan Hotel. All
Work ior in the inoit Careful mauuer.
aiMi-ly
LOUIS WAHL,
of IVrilfvia,
IL'RNI.-'ITE. TIIK IltST XEW PI AS OS
" at Faelnry Trii-e.
Also, ltNLosnd UEPAIRC a! F.'.ifaetory
rate?- taar
insolvent Notice.
"VOTirE 13 UEREBTGIVF.X THAT THE
il iisrulvrnry of the estate of CfcaR. il-H.!el-lan,
colored. do:-eased. hii9 been fuppeted to
the Clerk of tiioeon Oonnty Court- All per
son havine c'r.ira arainrt theertate of raid
deceafi-.l are notified to Cle them with 'aid Clerk
01 r before the 1st of r-epteinlB r. IH'n. for pro
rat di-Tibntion or thev will bo oarrcd.
ll-la G. fcv CTKKINtiUAH. Aiio'r.
pi 1
We take plensttre in announcing that our Spring Stock is now open, and is one of the largest and mft desirable ever opened hi this place J- and tho'
most interesthi"- rart is, in these hard times, o;:r prices are low enough t- sati-t'y all. We made jreparnJions for a I.ire trade, and, if Ger Coeis and
Low Fkice ae any object to you, we will succeed. We mean what we say wlu-n we advertise tliat no other t.re rni .-ell ynu moie gu!s. or hett. r gor.ds
than we can at anie prices, and wc ask you to he certain to give the BaXser Stoi:e a clnnee before you buy your Spring Outfit. n-l be satfd that wc
mean r.usi'sim Our stock consists in part of Prints, Brown Domestics, BU-achc.1 Domestics, Coitt.n Flaid. Cottonadcs, Dress Gok Lin'-n DiihV, Whirc'
Goods, Corded Tique?; Lace I'iques, IIonevcomb Quilt, shirts, Thread, Buttons. Pins, Paper and Line:i Collars for Ladies- nnd (Je-nts, Coiets in grr-aif
variety, Dr Warner's Health Cerset Suspenders, Ladies Neck Wear, latest ttyk's Gent's Neck Wear, Handkerchiefs nil kinds, Kid Gloves, IIo.-i ry, tho
prettiest and lowest in the city, Table Oil Cloths, Parasols, Fans, the 1 e.-t r.syortmtr.t and cheapest in the city, Hilc fckirt Elevators, tine slock of Notions, tho
best and latest style Ha.s, the V.irire.-t stock of Ladies' Gent's Mines' and Children Shoes in this market and at prices to satisfy all.
CLOTHING We makea .-pccialty of, and have the lurcest stock in the place, and very lest styles and tit heautifuily. iun you nwt a man
who has a nice suit on ami it fits well, vou mav know he knight of the Banner Store. Our Mr Mill and .Mr IV.vm s will take special pains in showmg you
through the Clothiii" Department. B'uMiicssSuits, Professional Suits, Suits for everybody. Nobby and nice and at low prices. An e.ognnt new stock oi
DressGoods received" this w.ck. We have a new line in Ladies Hats very 1 jw. Give uj a call. The Ladies are especially invited. A beautiiul Chrouio
given to each customer who buys a pair of shoes from us.
Salesmen Eu Stone, Dave Mlli-s, John Tow.ve.
a pit
H. G.
No. 294 LTain St., Memphis,
;em.i:ai. auiixct roit the soithwknt r:R the
CHICKERINS AND STEIRWAY PIMffOS,
MASOX & IIAMLIX OHGAKS,
Peloubet, Pelton, Loring and Blake.
The tarsest .issortmcnt of I'iiinos ami Orp;ins until on ay montlily jwyment.
nnd triian. taken in tm le !'r new. .iieet murie. mnic' l;.oli. iIi r Jlrat-s and
anil other inusienl inslriiiiienli siml nieiiiini ili-e of every de'- iii'tinn 1:1 (he lni;
nnd let::il at .-.-lies lower tii:ia an' Loie 01 tho i.uthne.t. uuu quitu s Ion t :
other weslern lkinrketP.
P K-'-A-4.VVi!rt' '' 1 'T.'-i-V v-
Whrn Yon fravfii
Kcmumbcr tb Great Central
Nasliville, j
Chattanooga !
and St. Louis E. Ji.
Tltli preat cotmeelins link and artery of
tra il' and travel bi-tni-en the lin :lt West
ami the Southeast. To the business man. pk-a-snre
seeker, tumilii-s and tourists, this route
oft'ers imi'ii nailed no vant.ipe:- l-i be anty i f si-i-ne-ry,
I'liiiiort, eb vance. struiiiy ami safnty of
e'iutpniect, saving of time and money.
THROUGH CARS,
No midnigiit delays and pteair.to.it iiitcrludr.
fHORTESI AM) UUPT KOl'Ti:
to Cairo. Pt. Lou;s, tii.asa. Little Uock.Texa:
and ail the vatt West.
TIIF. ONLY HIRECT ROL'TK
to Riobinonil, lVtcrsburir, Norfolk. Lynelihurir,
lianviik- and tiie 'iif:ii.i:i Springs, a- v.eil a to
K hum tile. Uiistol. Home. Atlanta. .M.n-on.
Aupusta. Savanna':. ' Lai li -toii. Ci lMnbia,
Wiiminirtoii, K:i It-i u b . O ice-i: -ii .rn, Ch.irtiilte,
Jai-k: onvilie and ail iiitcriordiute points. i
1 a-se-i-LO:'.''. ean puri iiaj-e- li'-Uots to Louisville !
and Cini-ii.nali Ti l .atbn!lo ut saino pru-e as
by any other route.
Vv. L. DANLY,
Gen'l Vasa. A T'k't A scut.
A SlIJSTITriK FOB MI E IMdR-
am i; o-:i"Atii.f.
Widows' & Orphans'
Mutual Aid Society
Orjianiied July 4, ISn. under the law of the
Ctato of Illinois. Copyrighted July y,
1377, uudtr Act of t'oncre..
OFFICERS.
X. R. TIIT?TI.EW0OI. Pre?ident.
Mm. p. A. TAYLOR., Vi,-e t'resident,
J. A. (iOl.IiSiTM:. Treasurer,
IM:. .I.J. UolM:. Medit-al Adviser,
THOMAS LEW IS, Secretary.
For further particular, or membership, n ppiy
at tlie hoiuo oliiie, Cairo, III-, or to any niein
bT nf the oi;i:.'ty, or ut tiio Exeiianre Otiice,
Milan. fohH-oiii
0 FURTHER EXCISE FOR
G11AY HAIR
with those who prefer its 'iciusr ttie former color.
E. W. (ireenhatge's (.Xashviille, Tenu.)
RESTORATIVE
doe not frara thchatri dispense wirh (he ne
cessity forsh uipooiiiF i ke-'.pinir.the hairand
si-alp nice and clean, which will save you inure
ntmey than the Restorative eo-t you: is an ix
quisito drcssine: iiietly perfutned: speedily re
stores grav hair to its former color: eleansistiie
head of nil dandruff, io-hinc. humor. et:v; pro
mote prowth of the iinir; prevents its falling
off. and renders itsufl.iciusiy uml more bciutiful
than ever. Sold at the very rea. enable price of
50 Cents Per Bottle.
o-v. Uniilr Vnl.l A9 .n i..ti at ll.A ilnll-ir brittl... of I
otm.rkiiob.audt!!ei.ialit issi.Rranteedeiiual i
in ali respects toanyin use. as nothinc Put strict- i
ly first-cia.'s iu ticks enter its coin posi' ion - One
itatrial.nml if it fails to sati.-fv you. be Kure to
return itard act yenr uioney. I'rusStore north
west corner i'libiicSoiiaie. Liberal .'i'l-onnt to
dealers. Trvlill KEN 11 M.fiE'S St RE I RE
Eon NF.l RALUIA. Fors..lo by IOLEY A
1U K1S0N. ce o-ly
AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
HIST0RYnW0RLD
Erabraciiigfu.il and authentic ae-eoui.tei f ev
ery nation of ancient and modern time's, and in
e'.udineahistoryof the list-and lull of theOreek
and Human Kmpirc. the cruwt1! of the nations
of niodero Europe, the middle njes, the cra-.idc.-.
thn feudal hvteia, the retonration. the
Uiscovervaudsettli nientof the New orld.ttc.
It eontaiD fi&e historical enanviuKs at:u
lar;o rlotiide Mlnmn p"e. and is tue
mot eompleto History f tho S oil I ever pub-li-Ued.
it MilU at fiKtit. ieud for "P ciine.l
pares and cxir.i tenn In Aront. and ew-wnjr
it ellsfa.T thn anv o'her book. Addres,
.NATIONAL i-LULL-llIMi CO..
martl et I'liilmlclphtn, Pa.
1
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a n f n t t
OF NEW GOODS AT THE
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! LOUISVILLE & GT.S0UTHEB3
RAILROAD LINK.
TRAIN' No-1 connect r.t Lebanon Jun".
with Knixvi'le l'ruir h: at Cn-.e i i:y to ;i i. ii
iroin Maiiiuio;Ii Inii': :.t l.u-o-.v .'a-!'-, io
and frmu Oia-tiov.; t N a.-hviiie i.ilii Na-ii-ville
and Caattnnooj-i: Railroad: at lo-atnr
with Metnplii.' ar.il fb.arU-toii Railn.a I : :-t
I'rlcri with S.. 11. & l. 1!. It. : : ' mtiric
with St. Lou i-and Southeastern Railway: at
.'.iclC-.ii7ie wiih Nnshvitlc and Ji'.rthi-.-li-i
Ilii-.'nay: at .'.!-iiii"--.:i;rry wu'i MoLib" :i:i !
ilmi's uro-ry Kallioad, tor I'ei;.-:'.i-ol:i. Moi.ik,
an i N : iv 1 1, leans.
'i It M N No. eoiiTie'.-'s at X - -ti e i ! t villi
Nai-iniRoaivl ('bait.! no. -.-a 1 .ail:-..::d: lit !.:-r-itar
v. itii V.cii-.plii an I ' 'oar!e?ton l.ciM ad:
at l;irinin.:'i. ni with Alab-mni i.r.d t l. :U.i-noo-:i
K.iil:. :.!: M t'.ih-i-i v. i.h .-'eluia. R :rr
ii -1 J 0r.lt.. n llaitro-i.l: at M-u:ti oim-ry viil:
Wcrt. i-n RaHi-o-id 'of AI:o:mh:i'. MotO-.-oturn
aad Kiiialu !.i:ilr..;oi. :ind .Vol.-ii-- aio! -i nf
cotm-rv llailroa i: :;t O.iihiic -.iii!i St. Loir is
a -id Soiittiensli-rn Railway : at Mi I mi with
Jai kson itonteand Mobile aud 'hi ' Railroad;
at, .Mom phi with Memphis ant I. iii!-: Ko-k
Railroad for Little, Rock and all poii.ta in
Tcrr mo! Arkansas.
'1 RAIN No. from ?'onO;oi;rcry connect at
Cal-.-ra with S iroa. il oac a.ni I' ll i- i Rnilroa.!
at I'.-atur with !er.ti.!ii- andt b :r! ton Rail
road for tiie est. No. fr-i'il .MfMidii eon
Kcls'al liuuil.oi.it and ?'ii.i:i iur lr"U-i,
al-o f'.oin ticiiiis Smi'li t'..r Lmii-'viil.' : at
;iiOhi ie w itii -t I. .V S ii I'.'y: l.i ' at.on .) n n ,
with Krowille ui. l Ri. liTii- n-l Rranch.s: it t
(incinn:i!i -iiinc- wiili I.l' .V L il I! for the
ov:h and V.::n: Rt l.n:;i ille v.-itli del'. S.
Mail Roots for t'im-tui r'.ii. nnd v.itii O ,v M Ry
and .) M .V I R for the No.la. East and West.
Ti! IN No. 1 rm? ii.:ily f.oli' M-i,) im-rv
and li-.ily en-rpt Suni'my I ruin Memphis, b-iv-in
diri-ct connection from Little iio:-U, ar.ii nil
I'cints in '1 ex:is to Loiii.-viik; .onio-i isat le
eatnr with .Memphis A Ch 'iii -ion R U; at
Outhiie with St LA L R R for On- North and
Eat. nt Li tli.viiie Willi " A- 31 aud J M & I li
for I tie North. East and. West.
TRAIN Xoofrom Memphis eonr.ci ts at Me
Kenzie with N ' A -t L K'y P r the Southeast.
From l'-owiiii t'recn it will bo n:n as aci-om-nri
datioa to Louisville, makiiiK saaie tounce
tions as No. 4.
lULLMAX PALACE CARS
Run both wav. WITH-.il T CliANCi E. frotir
new okli:a:8 to louisvillk
via A! ii:-n. on No. nnd Vi
LITTLE LOOK TO LOUISVILLE
via M'-iaphi, on No. 4 and No. 3,
MEMPHIS TO NASHVILLE
via MeKi-isie. on No. nnd No. "'.
For informattori about '1 ie-kets and E:i:i(.Tiint
.vales, adores
C. P. AT.MORE. ficn'l Pass, .v Tick. Ai;'t.
Louisville, Ky.
A. Ay. LOVINU, Apent. Milan.
EUW. COLEMAN, ticket Auent.
New Urlsans, M lguis & inicagQ
IlAIIiTlOAD.
Thro' to Nev Orleans.
oxe vxbhokex lixe via
CIIICACO, ST. LOl'lS AND
CAIRO, ILLINOIS.
The only lin' rinniivj I'u'.are S;rytj
Cuii fi-ma Chit-ago to X-'tc
Oilcans ViiCimd ClawjC
Passenper to avul themselves of the &dv.iQ-.-ap".-?
by I ho
GREAT NEW ORLEANS ROUTE
Should have their tickets read
VIA C AIHO.
PS'For Til kets and Information, applv at
principal Railroud Ticket Oilie-ts in the West
nnd Southwest.
r' ji-.t-i-l;!.:. nccomaioetalioa ia tho way ol
EATINGliOl'SKS.
Fully equipped with all nind.-rn apptiancnj
for the satctv and comfort of pas-cniters-WES
lTNlillOl .-E Alii LiiAIvL, Miller'?
flat forma aud coupling.
PULLMAN PALACE CARS,
Smooth and well ballasted track- Close cor
nection at Milan, Tenu. witii trains on L- A N
ii til- S- R-R- for
LouUyillc, Cincinnati &Eti.tcrn C.'itios
Memphis, Little Rock Texas.
L T). FROST.
Gen'l Milliliter-
s. v.. caiu:v.
Gen'lVasn.A- Tk Ar't.
Mew Orleans. La-
J. C. LOPEZ. Arent.
0iJ7ry!! not easily earned in trese
-r4 dam times, but i i-un be ina b-in three
vi B I I month by any one of either e.-;.
in any pert of tin- country who in
willinjfto work rteadily at th eir-.ploviu-.-iit
that wo furnirh. ? d per week in your o n
town- Y nu ncd not be wny from h"meorf
nia rit. Von rnr irive your shole birf t the
Work, or only your spare moments. We have
aircnts who are niakin i2; per day- All who
enframe at once ean make monev fat At the
prc-enl time n-oney rnnnot l.e made io ea-ilv
and rapidly at any other busme.-s. It cost
nothing to try tha busiuus. Terms and j ut
fi. tree. Ad lrc.-a at occe, II. U.e!.i.T7 Jt Co-,
I'nrtlaad, Mam. julylly
0
lifk
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tiki
Proprietor of tho
w i r-T r
O i J
Mo OZjXJS'rE;
TEMPLE
5 Union Street,
i "1'l!or.f T.K and RETAIL AKS("Y f-r Use nl of tV.e World Renotrne-1 PlAXOSl
! V ot SI 1.1 N W A Y . KN A iK and l( N :l A M. together wilii the nation ' ftiToritt-. I'-VCON.C
, K A It 1; . iBa-on JC ltaven.1 J. .V" C. f. ilXK, HAINE-5 1SU -.. and ih " 10 d. I' I .
I 1 riee ji:.'., n:m Aseneyof MA. -ON' it II A. M LIN. lU'Li'iriT. NEW ENOI,.M ! N
: Co- V OE'i. A. I'ill.M'i-i .V CO-. all pruno'inei-d ly t!ie Mu.iie fmie-i-ion to ho Oie le-t mane.
: It B.N I INK .V !IALS reeei ed from KxhiitHioii in Kuroie ::nd A luerica. l'oin i. tit ion in (en-
ui:ie 'imt i .-: Ii: ti iiiaent nu-et with prie.- and tei ins to uit the time,
t Sllr.i.t' Mi'SIi' f irlhi it II. LION nHi.NE CENT per pa,"; r.r.d upward.'. Irfirue't Stuck ef
St, iiir." and .-mall mui -.-il (roods nt 1 .n-t poj-iidu fiuiire. Tho l'i oe--inii, .-i-'io..l. ami
' i-i.i:o-i!i-r turiii.-hed at La-tern ilheonnt.-i. 'i he pi o.ii. tor ri -i e. t!ni!y .mvntmr to tho
! pu'oii- t f i ;: r he Iihs a ii!'.d the Aerney for the ra!o of t!i- LIMITE i !. iiNST I'lANO. wiiieU
j 1 1 t.id..ini:d 1 1 be iUe ueuiiiue LHIllTE I'lANO, ia the ioilowinK eorrel,oudenee:
! Madmos, Ixl., Cce. 2Tlh. 1"CT.
I To E:irn:i Mrsic Th.ioe Rkvikw, X. V.
Vi ill vim plea.-j tend me those h:uU i.nir.tj ra of your Reviriv, nhii h eontaui the expo
I Mire ot' loo I'.iiinluli ut ldan s. wliieh I car tho n.-iir.c of good old iiiaUer
i ( le-id iioie, hut nhicli ina-iu enoil and no'de iiiMruniep' in iMir t:u;.e.
I liiis tart ot' the country i tauv a.-eid by drumnit-M, tryinir to pali.i off wortliter in
! ttrtunent on t!ie pubii,-, faiineis i-pc iaily. as real and teniiiiie so at I o's make, produe
i i. K lo ts aad ein-niars of tiio yame, and a.-kins from four to t-iubt hunditd dollar for iiu-.i
i; icn-i iii tru!iii-iit.-. .'tiany of the-e old make me well known nroninl here, and Ihn ueh
lie- lu.kv, us lo.-t i!.- . . and tiie.-e .i-oxi:iirel. Tfho eiin lot iii a I. ,1 ' l.. ' b--im-.-i.ar-i
! 1 1 vi;.-r to Mviudie the :cople. ine of my f.-ienn I'.-iid Spi ca-li. fir a l.Ii.ll I I. A- . that
I i-- no! v,-i. ri-i over s!i.i. aa I 1 hear tiie ::i I'iii U i i ju-t the same, if not none, l'lea-o
I ulii. ii til. a in your ai.lo joui mil, aud iare Joine of ihoi-e nbo.it to lj MAindied.
llt.-peetfull .-,
! J. MERRILL JALT.-O.V.
I (The Liehte To., is a f.nu t. LI:. ".HE A ERNST inako the only (r-n-tine I.ICttTE PI-AX".-.
Rcv.are nl'r.li tiaeilu: I'ltiaes- Many of theiu aie low made l,v Hale, Hardmati and
otlu is. Ed- j.i. '1 . R.)
Tli.' above shonM be a warrtinir to a 1 purchaser of PIANOS! or ORil AN'.-t, a thfro nro
manv persons olVsiiiic these Rons" ia-t'ttiricnts, fUinir varioti- nau cs ti In k lifcw tho
.Id and Pennine nr:ikts..in i of cour.-e oc -obi f.r ii s than genuine e.ui be inaibr t..r. t ,'orri--i .ud
c: e . die lie i. to shoev many c:i-e- of fraud- '- A; M'.CRl '".
; ; Ocntcr m ireuutne poo.l oii:y-
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W&tdimaker
at C.HK3 M
1
a m: urnvsi or ATiE. riotKs asi jewelry ox iia.
RERAlRlN'i: PROMPTLY I0NE. jimS-oiii
t j u'lV! JEST PET I.f. IN CONNECTION W ITII OI K MILL. AX ENTIRE NEW
ji F,.t .,f l-nina Mill MatUintry. we aru now prepared to OiriiE-u lumber ol every descrip
tion, in the li .lr," or u.t:ted.
EILVMING, CIELIXG, BRACKETS,
TURNED NEWEL POSTS AND BALUSTERS,
flooring;, well cltjjixg, JIOULDINO,
laths, by tiie thousand or car load,
weathekloaeding. boxing, .scroll work,
paling, rough or drf.ssed.
Plow hm Sawed FeI!o8s,Vagon lloooos Bolsters and Tongues.
Having a long evpcricncc in tha wazon and implement busines:-. we a'e saiir fied we can fill a
want luiii: f. It bv w-ison and jdow inaiiiiiactnrcrs iur timber iu tin-nVIO shape and savnisra zreat
ileal of valuable' 'time nnii titob. r. Our fii'-i'.itii- for re- ci vine nnd -bipi.in-,' limber is un-urpasse 1
by any pla-ie in Vic-t l'ei.r.-sce. To partic bavin timber tor sale on tlie line, of the J; is,:--ippi
Central and Memphis and Lci.isville l;ailrods. wc will imy the best puce, tor O in the "? "
boiti-d four feet Ions. HI Aaeiils lor Kclfs Fntcnt M;c- Iron Itooltns.
Ii.j"i ant! liiont dnriiblcroof made.
i'or tutlicr particular, addies GLiOIt&X.
ruJ Prupru tor. ildau. lenn.
"3? US
MILAN EXCHANGE
lliv-i large r.iul increasing circulation in Gibson, Carroll and adjoining
counties, bosielcj banJiomc lisU in other states. Parties who have relatives
livino; in otlier looulities can send them nil the local news much cheaper bj
rending them the Exchange than by writing loticrs. We will furnwh it to
Hiihseiihers at thcfiilloving rates:"
Single copy 1 year, 52. Five copies, $8.75.
Tfin Copies, 15. Twenty Copies, $20.
Will find the ExcilAXfiE a first clas3 medium for reaching dealers and con
sumers, and at much loss cost than by any other means. Ycu can thus .mako
your business known to a greater number of persons in a single day than
could Le visited by a dozen drummers in a week.
EATES ARE VERY LOW FOR CASH.
The Job Printing- Ofiice
I.-i'supiilicd with the'latest'iraproved machinery and most fashionable type,
and we ere prepared to execute all kinds of
PLAIN AND PANCY PRINTING
AT
ITrlf
BANNER STORE.
OF MUSIC,
Nashville, Tenn.
and Jeweler,
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