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.SATURDAY. SEPT. 23, 1882.'
TIERCE. We ere authorised to announce
JL Rice A Pierce an a candidate for Congress
in this (tha ninth) eonaressional district.
COOPER. We are anthorised to announce
John 8. Cooper, of Trenton, m a caudi
date for State Senator, subject to the action of
the Democratic convention.
rJiCKS. We are authorised to announce
1. Ueerge B. Hicks, of.Trenton, at a candi
date lor Representative in the next GeaerM
VAUGHAN. We are authorised to an
nounoe Dr. E. R. Yaug-han, of Yorkville,
at a cnndidate for Representative in the next
Fruit And Vegetable Growers.
The fruit and vegetable growers asso
ciation of Milan was called to order by
W. II. Algee as temporary chairman ,
J. W. Algee secretary.
Moved and seconded that all who
desire to bfccome members come for
ward and enroll their namess The
following were enrolled:
J F. Joues,
J. V. Thomas,
J. W. Jones,
N. J. Ileathcock,
John S. Thomas,
Dr. M. B- Harris,
C. M. Merwin,
J. J. Richardson,
W. II. Algee,
J. W. Algee.
Moved and seconded that a commit
tee of three be appointed to draft a
constitution and bylaws for the
association, whereupon the following
committee were appointed;
Dr. M. B. Harris,
C. M. Merwin,
J. W. Thomas.
On permanent organization W. H.
Algee was elected chairman, and J.
W. Algee Secretary.
The association adjourned to meet
two weeks from to-day in Jordan's
Hall, and in the meantime the sec
retary is requested to enroll the
names of all those who desire to be
J. W Algee, Secretary.
County Democratic Executive Com
mittee. The following named gentlemen
compose the democratic executive
committee of this county, with R. Z.
Taylor, of Trenton, as chairman
Di-jt. No. 1. B. R. Foster,
. 2. H. W. Shelton,
" 3. J. F. Rawlins; .
4. O. Z. Fitzgerald,
" 5. J. P. Wade,
" " 6. George Rooks,
" 7. R. Z. Taylor,
" 8. R. W. Overall,
" 9. J. T. Curtis,
" 10. D. R- Carroll,
" 11. W. F. Powell,
" " 12. G. M. Hopkins,
" 13. J. T. Tucker,
" " 14. J. N- Alexander,
' 15. L. V. Frazier,
' 16- 11. D. Harper,
' 17. John Gates,
" 18. J. C- Tharp,
" 19. D. Witherington,
" 20. I. E. Wade,
" 21. J. M. Coulter,
" 22. J. C, Gihbs,
" 23. W- H. Mathis,
" 24. W. R. Duncan.
Only a short time since we bade
adieu to Miss Docia Tucker, wishing
her health and happiness in her Lou
isiana home. Congratulations were
sent her by her Milan friends when
a few months ago she united her
life's destinies at the hymenial altar
to Mr. S. E. Gillis, a man worthy of
the bride he had captured. Now the
sad news reaches us that at 'Biloxi
Springs, Miss., whither she had gone
in quest of health, she suddenly
mounted the heaveuly chariot and
went up higher. The writer had in
timately known her from childhood.
Pure, gentle, and kind in all ways,
she naturally drew the hearts of oth
ers to appreciate the excellence of
pure womanhood. Reliiou was the
principle that hud become interwoven
into all her being. She give her
heart to Christ when just blushing
into maturity, and her after life prov
ed the wisdom of the choice that she
had made. Milan Baptist church is
poorer now that she has gone; but
with thtso of her own family ami the
Spirits of the just made perfect" in
the "sweet bye and hye," she is rich
in the blessings of immortality. May
her grief-stricken relatives meet her
1 feel a strain immortal hope,
W tiieu bears uiy mournful spirit up
liunealh Its mountain load,
ltcdeeiiibd from tieutli. and grief and pain,
1 Mn shall tiud my friend dguiu
iliiiu tho a run tf tiuJ.
Prof. T. D. Daniel is prepared to
tune Pianos at reasonable figures, and
guarantees the best work. Prices
range from 82.50 to $10, according to
condition of instrument.
In nine out of ten cases of Cholera
Infantum and Bowel Disorders, that
prove fatal from ordinary neglect and
subsequent treatment, the timely use of
Dr. Moffett's Teethe a Teething
Powders) would have saved your child.
All the Tear Bound.
I call the attention of the public to
the fact that I constantly keep on hand
a full supply of all kinds of meats.
During the time I have run a butcher
shop in Milan I have spared no pains
or perils to accommodate the public.
In 1878, during the yellow fever, I
did uot leave my post, but was ready
to supply the wants of my customers.
I have staid with the people, winter
and summer, while others have de
serted them. Now, as the time of
year has come for me to make money,
I ask my friends to stick as close to
me as I have to them.
A. L. Williams.
How Shall She Preserve Her Health
One who has long investigated
this subject gives the result and is
happy Ij say that it is found in
"Woman's Best friend." It is adapted
especially to that great central, hL
controlling orgau, the womb, correct
ing its disorders, and curing any
irregularity of tho "menses" or
"courses." Dr. J. Bradfield's Female
Regulator acts like a charm in whites,
and in sudden or gradual checking, cr
in entire stoppage of the "monthly
courses," from cold, mental trouble
or like causes, by restoring the natural
discharge in every instance. In chron
ic cases, so often resulting in ulcera
tion, falling of the womb, its action
is prompt and decisive, saving the
constitution from numberless evils
and premature decay. Prepared by
Dr. J. Bra.lfield, Atlanta Ga. Price:
trial size, 75c; large size, 51.50. For
j salo by all druggists.
For the next SEVEN DAYS ONLY,
you can BUY GOODS AT COST at tho
Old Stand of PLAIJT & FRENZ.
We have a house and lot in town
that we will rent very cheap. Con
venient to town, good rooms and out
houses. Call and see
Rankin & Rhodes.
STONE & CLARK,
Tea, ' Molasses,
Can Goods, Candies,
Fancy Groceries, Bacon,
Try some of our S. C. Hams.
Cooking Oil, cheaper and better
The Best Cigar in the county for 5c.
We respectfully ask our friends to
give us a share of their trade.
Stone & Clark.
P. S. Country Produce, Chickens,
Eggs and Butter taken in exchange
Located at Trenton.
Do. Zach. Bigos, President.
J. C. Mi Dkahuon, Vice President.
Jas. R. 1)khun, Secretary.
W. L. Ki.oeb. Corresponding Secretary.
V. V. Wdk, Huainens Manager.
H. Z. Tayl.uk, Treasurer.
For information, apply to Jn. R. I)eajo,
Peoretary, or W
Wade, Uusiness Manager,
a, C. SMITH. President.
II. C. UKADKOKD. Secretary.
ORGANIZED JULY 1H. ON 4 MONTHS
Plan. The beat Marriage Aeaouiuliun in
Agenti wanted everywhere, to whom liliera
comuiii'ioiu will Le pa'd. For ter jt uud sup
a. c. i!iiAHFOiu.
Corner Chester and Royal streets,
Courso of Instructions, extensive and thor
ough. Teachers, com potent and experienced.
Boarding Department, first class in every re
spect. Charges moderate. Next session com
mences Sept. 4lh. For terms apply to
Maj.JESPB TAYLOR, or
Mrs. LUCY M. TAYLOR.
W. M. McCALL,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in the Courts of Gibson and
Carroll counties and in the Supreme and Fed
eral Courts at Jackson.
Attorneys at Zaiv.
JAMES BRIGHT, Proprietor,
Corner Church and Spruce streets, near
I. U. NICHOLSON, Prop'r.
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