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THURSDAY, OCTIi 14, 1880.
W. S. HANCOCK.
For Viae President,
W. H. ENGLISH.
JOHN V. WRIGHT.
CHA8. B. EIMONTON
JAMES M. COULTER.
OHIO iSl) I.DIAA!
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SAVt NOTIONS, FURNlsnivf; onn03
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
i DRESS GOODS,
Special Telegrams to the Ex
change. Nashville, Oct 12,
10:25 p. m.
Dispatch from Columbus, O., 8a ya
125 townships give net Republican
gain of 1068. Republicans claim elec
tion of the entire county ticket in Cin
cinnati by 3500 majority, and both
congressmen also stated. Domocrats
concede it by 2500. Vote twenty
per cent larger than ever before poll
10:40 p. m.
Columbus, Ohio. Two hundred
and twenty-nine townships give net
Republican gain of 1479.
11:55 p. ra.
Columbus, 10 p. m. At Republi
can headquarters claims are made that
make majority in state to be over
Returns from Hamilton connty, In
diana, ehow Democratic gain of 1300.
Democrats claim a net gain of 5000
in the state.
October 13, 12:40 a. m.
About one quarter of returns have
leen received from Ohio, showing Re
publican gain of 2300. Republicans
claim Ohio by 25,000 and Indiana by
10,000. Domocrats say indications
are that Indiana will certainly go
democratic. Reports from eighty-five
towns in Indiana give 470 republican
Indianapolis, Oct. 13, 5 p. m.
Five hundred and fifty precincts
ehow democrat gain of 4706; republi
can gain of 10,538; net republican
gnin of 5832.
Represented by M.,M. ieay. oeaUQu u.r at
"4 Milan. Tenn.
Louisville Coffin Co,
'' tf2&Ti3SZ. r'r-J Manufacturers of
nuuu bumno aiiu ihorlio,
Johanbockc & Bro.f
Wholesale Dealer in
Hats, Caps,. Furs,
Gloves & Umbrellas,
235 Sorts Side Main ttroet, bot..6th and 7th.
I And dealerf ia Undertakers' Trimmings,
Z23 Fonrtta RW, LOVINTILLE. liT.
The floaterial convention at Mo
tenzie last Saturday was presided
over by Gen. Daw?on, one of Henry
county's best citizens, and who has
heretofore acted with the Wilson wing.
A number of the other delegates from
that ceunty were "low taxers," but,
having the good of the party at heart,
cheerfully voted with the majority,
and will work with them. The con
vention was large and harmonious,
and it is thought much good will re
sult from its action. Col. R. P. Cole,
ihe nominee, is too well known to our
readers for us to introduce him to
lhm. Sufficient to say that his name
was the only one presented to the
bwdy, it being generally conceded that
he is the strongest man in the district,
as well as one of the ablest. He will
carry a large part of the Wilson par
ty in Kenry county, on account of his
mild and temperate treatment of the
bolters, he having never abused them
for their course, but having at all
times tried to persuade them back in
to the fold.
The Humboldt Argus announces
that Col. Edwards will not withdraw
from the race for governor, but will
continue on the track uutil the elec
tion, although they have no hope of
electing him. That paper also in
accord with Weaver, its leader urges
republicans to unite with them in
helping to elect Dr. Shackelford to
congress, in place of Simonton. But
the republicRn-greenbackers can't win.
The latest advices from Georgia are
that Governor Colquitt mnjority over
Thomas M. Norwood, independent
Democratic candidate, is over sixty
thousand, and that Joseph E. Brown
is the favorite of two-thirds of the
General Assembly for United States
Lebanon, in this state, subscribed
thirty thousand dollars last Tuesday
toward extinguishing the state debt.
Large sums have also been suW-ribed
iu other places, and it does look like
the people were going to pay it any
how. Dr McReynoIds, one f Clarksviile's
ablest physicians and best citizens,
ilitd in that city a few days since.
V. C. II all. Pre't. W. Eessktt. Sup't
Louisville Manufacturing CcM
Manufacturers and wholesale deikra ia
Warerooms, No. 182 West Main St.
Factory, Churchill St., from
9th to 10th.
Bedsteads and Bed-room 'Sets of
all tirades a Specialty.
R.U.M'Cord. I. H. Boomer. R.H.Aydelott
JAMES II. HAYES with
McCord,Boomer & Co
Wholesale Ierlers in
Hats, Caps, Gloves & Umbrellas,
223 Main St., Louisville.
JOHN Q. PEARCE with
wholesale dealers in
Books and Stationery.
BLAXK TWuKS A SPECIALTY.
JOB AND LABEL PRINTERS.
So. 292 West Main Street,
Fpooial Inducements to Cash Bayers.
168 Vina titrrrt, Cincinnati, Ohio.
ALLISON, SMITH A. JOHNSON.
The typeoo which ibis paper U printed la from
the above yuundry. hJ.
U. W. ARMSTROXO.
E. P. PHICE,
;9r u . i rw pur PTa.4.r,
5 ran HI
n n s s e P U',fU:'&
H '.tl -Jv. it 11 U M B a 3 H JR f SC
Fashionalbe and Stylish Dressing Case
French Dresser Suits, Library, Dining Room, and first-class Hall Furniture
Also Common and Medium Furniture and Cane-Seat Chairs.
n A VINO eno among the lareect and bet Furniture Factories In the United 6tate. we have
facilities for furnishing the trade goods nt the hest qnality, latest styles and at the Lowrst
I'rieo. Our lumWcr yard covers five acres of crnnnd, our fru'tory and warehouse more than two
hundred thousand square Taet. We cive sfwinl attention to the manufacture of Fine Furniture
j .ri.:..i. ;n kA r.ii..i.:hiJ l.v nt.tilinAtinn to nnr da-iirner. Persons visitinr the citv.
looking at iU great industries and manufacturing interests, are especially inyttod to call on us
either at fralesrocm ra:iory.
Sales Rooms 207, 209, 211, 21S & 215, Main Street
."iffioe and Counting Rooms 213 Main Street. Factory and Ware Rooms Corner "th and Franklin
Streets. KVAXi II.I.E, IJIDIAKA.
H bepot : o
ME & CO.,
Goldsmiths, Silversmiths & Diamond Setters
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AMERICAN WATCHES,
Importers of Diamonds, Swiss Watches, French Clocks, Bronzes, Art Pottery and European
xt w.- Mi7uuroifl Totoii roQiTc: in imnnn. Hall. Miller oc Los ilectro
Silver Plated Tablewares, Assayers of Gold and Silver Bulion.
- - - CINCINNATI, 0.
Workshops and Salesrooms, Fourth and Walnut Streets,
HALL'S SAFES ALWAYS RELIABLE.
MORE EVIDENCE OF THEIR SUPERIORITY.
Office of Milton J. Hardy Co., Wholesale Liquor Dealers,
nail's Xnfp. & Loch Co.. Louisville. Kit. Gentlemen:
- . ... .. i . i i -i .!,.. I Vk..lol T.linnr Rrnro nn Triirrl Strft. hptWPMi Main anil RiTef. 03 Well 83 three Other
In the temoie nreoi iasi nigni wnica euureiy umnim uui ouurcsawMijuv.w.v r , ,
adioinine buildings, we had one of your double door Fire Proof Safes, and are happy to bear testimony to the commendable manner in which i t atood tho
aojoimiij, ouuuiifa ...jjtu r nnnntitvnf hum n-r whwkv and other inflammable material
test. Ihe lire was one 01 me noiiesi mat ever wciincu m um wuciuu ts- J' , . J . , . , i
which was burning around the safe the ordeal which it paasrd was a trying one. However, th safe w-ai opened the next morning and our books, papers and
money were taken out in a perfect state of preservation. We desire to add that the aafe was hot on the outside for three houre after being dug out of tho
ruins. We recommend your safes to our friends and the public generally. "i oura truly, TTARDY A CO
LovisviUe, Ky., Juno 12, 1S79.
Witness: WILLIAM II. WHITNEY.
s333w:d ron oiiiottijAiib to
HALL'S SAFE AND LOCK CO.,
3". E. Comer Fifth and Main Streets, Louisville, Ky.
ST. LOUIS, Missouri,
AIjISO SAIjiXi'S FtAJZPJD AND IiOCK CO.,
BAN FRANCISCO, California,
HEW YOEK City,
Second Hand Safes For Sale Very Cheap.
E. J. HAMILTON.
CHAFFS, 1MSLT0I & POWELL
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" no irnrnm'ii Tro Toittc 1 rrenarmuon or rrowxiao or iron. rmn ru
Kebv thtm for I T - P' ' b ' VJ-r " ' I V:.-i ChlLI li
I,,, ktVai Pralrl. 1'oatalnnat fr eer m IknaM CUU
tver. 11 scres every purpoeo wuero iuw u uvaij
CoIIIIBISSIOH MerCiiailtS, , IMactursil fc? THE OS. HARTS KEDICIKE CO., It 213 tott Main Street, St. Louis.
NO. 32 PERDIDO STREET,
P. O. Box 602. Xcw Orleans.
CELERY, POUIiTRY, FRUITS, &c,
30 k. 41 Jefferson St., MEMPHIS, TEX.
CONSKiNM ENTS SOLICITED.
Commissi on Merchant,
40 UXIOX STREET,
New Orleans, La.
MEYER, WE1S & CO.,
No. 188 & 188 COMMON STREET,
3s vx;S;lCE New Orleans, La.
STEWART BROTHERS & CO.,
NO 46 UNION STREET,
fanS?,?0-' ) New Orleans,
Memphis, Tenn. J
K. F. HERROX.
ucce?sur to Hrron, Connor k Co.
T. B I1AYNES,
Late X. it. Uajne. A Co.
HEBRON, HAYFIBS & CO.,
General Commission Merchants,
266 Front St.,
Bugging anJ Tics furnished patrons. Orders for Merchandise filled at Low
est Market Hates. Will Advance on Consignment?.
ALL KINDS OF BUILDING MATERIA L.JSiSAMED AND DRESS
ED LUMBER. WINDOW FRAMES. MANTELS, AND
EVERYTHING USUALLY FOUND IN
A FIRST-CLASS MILL.
AtWOod Seminary Eureka Saw Mill, Waterford, Tenn.
THE FIRST SESIO nf thi i-fWI will
bciii on atay. . the and
rttBe for il tponthf. Forei'rulsr? ririi r
full partionlars, call upon cr write to J. W.
llrwoMi, M. D.. Atwoo!. Tenn.
JAMES F . UL jlOVl LLJlIX . " - A
LOCATKT) four m-ie, north of Milnn, on the C. St. t.. N. O. R. R. Where we are prernr
ej Io 11 or.iera fortimber and Touch lumLerun fhort notice. Uurpni-e!- will be fmndas
low as an j- lumlwr etablUhiuest en afiord. Orders from a distance soliciud and promptly nll-
Cj' jua'itTy" EORGE CADE, Milan. Tenn-
U. J. KIRKPATR1CK.
' KiRKPATRICK & CO,
Xo. 71 Carondelet Street,
Xetc Orleans, La.
S. HERNSHEBI & BRO.,
AIm Importers and .Jobber In Tobaeeof and Cigars.
28 to SO Magazine St., 203 to 209 Ewt 33d St.,
Xew Orleans, La. Xew Tor?:,
The Triumph Cotton Tie.
THIS mot eiretlcnt Tie "that has heretofore been been receired with jo rnnph fanr U apain
offered for a!e. Ihi? i its second season. It u handy t u?e. and when on -e on the bale n
entirely secure. Is of full width and length, and w:i. ten pound" m..re to the bundle tuan
other tics, making it much the cheapest. Ve refer to ilw!krdsni bhcpnrd. Jluan. lenn.
CoinmunicatioBs addrosfed to the undersigned will xeceire prompt attention.
Triumph Cotton Tie Co.,
47 CARONDELET STREET,
Xcw Orleans, La.
E. H. WILSON & CO.,
And General Commission Merchants,
Xo. 73 Carondelet Street, Xew Orleans.
LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE ON CONSIGNMENTS. '
H. C. THOMAS,
Foreign and Domestic Fruit,
Western and Country Produce,
44, 46 & 4S South Pcten. bet. GraTier and Poydnu 819.,
DR. M. D. L. JOEDAN,
DRUGGIST & CHEMIST,
North Side Main Street, Milan, Tenn.
K. 8. McCLAItA: Prescriptlonist.
TEE standard patent medicines always in 'stock. A fine line of Cigars, Tobaero and Tallow
Goods at popular prices- Physicians prescriptions BUed at all hoars, day or night, by !
petent and careful pharmaceutist. janlo-ly
IKE SAMELSON, with
STERNBERG & LEE,
Wholesale Dealers in
Tobacco and Cigaes,
OlS 3Za1xi Street,
Opposite Peahody Hotel, Memphis, Tenn.
TOBACCO WAREHOUSE mi M03R0I STRUT. 8U aents for Steahama Olasi I M Ok
Piece and Vanity Fair Cigarettes. Also sole agents for Orarely'l Double fcailor Knot.
ookscllers, Stationers, Blank Book
Manufacturers and Printers,
315 Main Street, Memphis, Tenn.
"YtTE would call the attention ef Merchants to or cnnioally lanre and well assorted stack af
YV BUpk and School Books, Stationery, etc-, which we offer at yery low fig-arcs- Prosapl ae
tcntion given mail ord rs.
J. T.FAEGAS0N & CO.,
Wholesale GROCERS & COTTON FACTORS,
869 Front Street, Memphis, Tena.,
Cotton Factors and Commission Merchants,
190 Cra-ier Street, Jew Orleans, La.
(COTTON conned to ns at Memphis or 5ew Orleans will hare prompt and careful attea
J tion. We .onMantlyearry a lanre and refully selected tock fctaple and Fancy Wroeenee.
W ines. LiHU irs. Tol,:i.-co and Hears at M BMPHH. and wai sell a lw as the lwet. W carry
no stock at ew Urleun, but for parties who desire it will make parche in that market-