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MILAN EXCHANGE j
SATURDAY, FL'BRL'AUY 2. 18S3. !
OVER TUE STATE.
Scarlet fever in Winchester.
Snudl jmix hits nppenre! in John
nnville. Jackson gels most of her coal from
1'iui.i h:i 1,015 inli:il)it nitM within
its corporate limits. '
The young people of Ripley are
ahout to organize a Iit?rnry club.
Mules are scarcer in Carroll county
than they have icen for many years
The farmers of Bent on county are
going to quit raising cotton ami rnistj
Several helles of northern cities
will domicile in Chattanooga this
An attempt wa? made to Mow up
a house of ill fame nt Murfiees'ioio
The present indications are that
Troy will lose her charter and saloons
shortly, says Our Country.
It is reported that a great many
dogs are running mart on Yellow
creek, in Montgomery county. ,
Tramps are 'beginning to infest
Clarkskille, anJ the Chronicle calls
for the day police to be restored.
The season on the mountain prom
ises to be one of the liveliest. Let
ters of inquiry are already being re
corded. The General Assembly of the Cum
berland Presbyterian Church will con
vene in Nashville ou Thursday, May
10th. An important and interesting
session is eipiectedu v I '! '
Covington. Call: Maj. C. I. Seay,
one of Tipton's most prosperous far
mers, shipped on February, l3th fifty,
seved bules. of ' Madngorda Bilk. cotton,
for which he will doubtless realize a
The Southern Historical Society,
located at Richmond, Va., lias ac
cepted the invitation of the Tennes
see Soldiers' Association and will hold
its next Annual meeting in ' Nash
ville, in May next. , i .
Gallatin Examiner: , A novel use
of the telephone was made one day
this week by a member of the Galla
tin bar, who telephoned bis brief in
a case before the Supreme Court to a
brother lawyer at Nashville, who pre
sented it for him. ' " ' ' '
Mr. A. Campbell, of McKenzie,
has invented a plan to catch hawks
and owls, which is to fasten a com
mon steel trap on the top ot a long,
pole, and plant it near the chicken
house. The birds of prey will al
most surely light on it preparatory to
making a decent on the poultry.": V I
.Nashville World' J.'Ei Alexaii i
der, assistant clerk of the House, yes
terday presented to the Hon. S. A.
McElwee a flue gold watch and chain
for his able speech delivered on the
23rd ult, in the House, on education.
Mr. Alexander was Mr. McEl wee's
oppoueut in the lute caucus, and was
defeated. The latter is one of the
colored republican members ' of the
Paris Post: In noticing Mrs.
Iaukford's death wo weeks ago, we
failed to state the age correctly and
the number of children. She would
have been 77 years old on the 22d
inst, and was a member of Shiloh
Church in Carroll Couuty for fifty
years. She was the mother of eleven
children, nine of whom are uow liv
ing. At the time of her death she
bad eighty five living descendant.
Coviugton Call: The people of
Lauderdale county are still in trouble
about their railroad debt. Last Sat
urday, Mr. Henry Sanford, tax cdU
lector of Lauderdale county, and T.
Bun Carson, chairman of the Lauder
dale County Court, who were ordered
to collect certain taxes in the proceed
ing of J. J Busby - vs. Lauderdale
county. May 22, 1882, by the United
States Court, were ordered by Judge
Hammond to appear and show cause
why they were not in contempt for
not obeying the orders of the court.
N:ihvi!!,. World; 1 !.. K..l.it
Kniniftt T!:i'inp-on nay ih. t crv t
m"ii liiflVr in 1'i'ii.i 'ii, him! in
pio-if .f hi n'xt't lion ptittes the fnl
lowing as a case in p ;n : 'IT. I ill
esuMiching the taxing ilintrict it
L'bauoii was drawn by tlit iat
Jii'lge K. L. ( '.ir.it !i.t, n-Uiel
Judgi't C.in.iell nr.. I CJre'n. The
Inliorvil to make it. stand all tMintitti
tioo.il ttsU; hut in tlii it mm-iiix ihey
f tiled, :m tbi! Supremo Court Is.mm net
down mi it an 1 il ;i:l.uv." ii. iiMO Mi. tit'.i
From theMfmphisScimeti'i: "The
Fontaine German" in this city was the
biggr-ft affair of the sensor. The
supper was very elalioratc. . The
most unique and striking feature of
the repast wa.s produced on thg cut
ting uf the six grand, ci'iit r cakes.
In each of tlio cukes had been placed
six live birds, doves in some, in others
quails, and, opening the cakes, tinge
feathered guests fluttered tlitir wiiij.8.
and rising in the air, peiched on the
d'jors and heavy window sills, t'i0m:
which elevated and lofty pititioii
they gazed down Ujion iiie brilliant
John T. llutledgp, the celebrate i
composer of music, died tit his homt ,
in Memphis, February 18th, ut 1 o.
clock. Litre all great composeiS, he
died poor, notwithstanding his num
berless songs ha ve made fortunes for
others. Among the many of which
he was the author his well known bal
lid "Dreamy Eyes That Haunt Me
Still" had the largest , sale .of any
song on record; yet he disposed 6f the
copyright for the 'mere pittance of
$20, after trying to (get some Mem
phis publishers to tako hold of it.
He leaves a" wife and child. Nash
ville .American. ' : '.-
S. W. Johnson, of Williamson
county, returned last night from
Washington City whither he went, a
short time ago, to take the Egyptian
proline corn, heretofore mentsoued m
the World. He succeeded in selling
the com to Dr. Loring, commissioner
of agricnlture. - Dr. , Loring said
that it was the finest corn that had
ever been presented there, and that it
had brought the highest price, that
had ever been paid, in the history of
the bureau. The corn was raised in
Robertsou county. Only seven or
eight acres of it was planted, but it
yielded between 1,000 and 1,200
bishels. Nashville World. ., , .
Chattanooga" Commercial: It is
something of a pleasure to note the
energy displayed in church matters
by Chattanooga people. Their efforts,
too, are fraught with success, both in
the building up of churches and con
gregations. There is no work more
commendable than a religious work;
there is nothing that bespeaks a high
er, more reffued feeling in a commu
nity .Jthau the number and quality of
its churches: And when wc j iu in
commendation of such matters, we do
so, .notion account of flittery," but
because we feel that proper eff rts iu
behalf ot such matters are worthy of
compliment. No community rises
in its dignity, culture and popularity
mie rapidly tlr.iu that endowed with
good churches ai.d good people. ' If
we would be wise, we would cuh'vate
with what is rich iu art, fine iy dra
ma and great iu business, tiny 'which
is pure and ennobling in i eli tou. Thus
we not only grow in ourommercial
relations, and iu our iier instincts,
but we develop a spi .( that will al
ways put awuy tb'V which vitiates
the tastes and live of the young, and
which leads the' in other paths than
those natural) and properly designa
.' Furiuty and others desiring a gen
teel luutive agency business, by
w hichy5 to 820 a day can be earned,
send itddress at once, on Hiatal, to II.
C. Wilkinson & Co., 19.3 and 197
Fultou Street, New York.
Buckingham vhwkey of 1875 at
Bank Exchange. The be-it in town
lor medical purposes. .". '
Many children tlie Cimiii worms
whose death ia utti ihuted to e).isnia or
cungt'stiun Dh. Mojtktt'is TeetiI
ISA would have wml their live.
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" THS orea r
Through -Trunk Line
Without Change and Kith Speed Unrivaled
SHORTEST AND OUIKEST ROUTE
From Mem pi, In, Milan, and Humboldt to tbe
NORTH & EAST
PULIMSN CARS 2,T.','.2"rC:
Tille, and but on cbangn to principal
NORTHERN AND EASTERN CITIES.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
Bj thia line, making
8TT&E C0H5ECTIONS AND QUICKEST TIME
homti on the
thia road will
icbBivB iuw racca.
Sea ApnU or thia Company for rate, i
t., or wrlta. C. P. AT MORE, G. P. & T.
W., ii. & hi. kii. k
A 111JAI) OF ALL ( U M I'KTI'I O US
Business Men. Tnurists. D rtfl CRil DCD ;
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THh IJKST KhU'I'K t.)tli iSummur Uffort
and Mountain Kutrents of 'IVnne'rci'. Yiminia i
aiHillio' arnlin ir .via McKenlrttiid .Vl-liville.
1' U K !KiT KOUTK to the oelrbnitou t.'ollu
ros. Univernitiea, Seiuinnri-js ivnd other Kdu- .
.minimi I n -1 t ii iurm in th rioutheust, via Mc
Ki niie and N 11 1-h v i I
Til K HKtiT KOUTK t ' Atlanta. J'neon.
Jiw ksonvilto nnd the 1 1 ri.i a Drnire Belt, via
Mi-KRiiaie. Nashville and ( hiiltnnoc'K" . I
TIIK HKST Itui; K to Atlanta, Macon, I
(hnrleston. !nvnntiiih, A Urut, , I Oluuihia,
Charlotte, K noxville. Rrixtnl. Kirhiunnri, Nor
folk. V asliinirton, via McKer.xie, NunLvillc
JDOKT'T EOTt.Gtmrr XT!
By this Line you neoa-e the
MINIMUM iafi5ue?8e'Anriety' Bother'
Be sure sod Buy your Tickets over the
N., O. & St. L. R'y.
The Inexperienced Traveler noel not go
amiss; few changes are necessary, and such as
are unavoidable era made in Union Depots.
Memphis and Nashville, Columbus and
Nashville, St. I.ouis and Nashville, McKen
xieand Nashville, Nashville and Louisville,
Nashville and Chattanooga and Nashville ami
Atlanta, connecting with Sleepers to Florida
For further in formation coll nn your nearest
R. R. Station Agent, or address
A.-Y.STEVENS. P. A . Dallas. Tex.
JA9. SPEEO. Ticket Agent. .Memphis Tenn.
W. F. MARCH. T. A., Niwhvlllo. Tenn.
TOM. F. FOWLER, A. T. A , Nashvillo.
W. L. DANLEY G. P. A l. A., Nashville.
MEMPHIS & OHIO RIVER
JAMES W. OAFr'. ANDY BAUM.
CIONh MILLKK. VINT 8I1INKI.E,
VIKUIE l.l.h, J At) D. 1'AKkk.K.
Leave every Tuesdnyand Friday forCairo, Lou
isville and Cincinnati, couneetins at Cin
cinnati with railroads and steamers for
EASTERN. NORTH KKN AND WESTERN
pivinir throukh tickets to all points Chicago,
To'mio, llufi'nlo, Uiehmnnd. .ew ork , U i.sh
inutcin Ci'y- Philadelphia anil bo-ton. Kant,
No.'lb and Western tonrixts will find La lieili
River route sale, delightful and eccnoiuical.
Kates by this line cheaper than any other
first-clans route. Meuls and staterooms free.
I3.IKUJIKO checked throuih.
Passengers can rely on a splendid trip by this
line, as the steamers are all first-class, havini
been expressly built for the accommodation '
asrKach stesmerearries a full string bard.
R. W. LIUHTliUUNK,
ileneral Freight A Ticket Agon . .
No. 7 Monroe street, Jlniuimis.
JAM KS BHtti UT. I'roVkiktoiu - - -
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KB V. A. I. HOUIiS Writes:
A fYpr n. thorntiKPh trin.1 of
IRON TONIC, I take pleasure
in statinrr that I have been
frreatly benefited by ita
use. miniate rs and Fab-
iic opeaaers will find It
of the greatest value
where a Tonlo Is neces
sary. I recommend it
as a reliable remedial
atrent, possessing; un
doubted nutritive and
LouirilU, Ky., Oct. t, WS3.
rsmsis bi zsx dr. harter medicike CO., si3 h. kais er., sz. tcini
Is oompoaed of Herbal and Muciluijiuoua prud
nets, whioh permeate ths substancs of the
X.una;s expectorates the ausrtu mat lev
Mat collects m tne uroucoiiu luiwn, Hiiuiurmsa
oothlns; coating, which relieves the trm
ritatlon that caunui the cough. It cleanses
the lungs of all Impurities, strengthens
them when enfeebled hy disease, luvigor
stea the circulation of the blood, and braces the
nervous system, fillsfht colds often end In
consumption. It ia dangerous to mrs;lect
them. Apply the remedy promptly. A
test of twenty years warrunta the assertion that
no remedy has ever been found that ta as
Srompt in itaeffects as TUTT'S EXPECTORANT.
. single dose raises Use phlegm, subdues
inflammation, and its ase speedily cum themont
obstinate cough. A pleasant cordial, chil
dren take It readily. For fronp It la
invaluable and ahnuld he In every family.
In anrt 1 Hottles.
CT DIRECTLY ON THE LIVER, !
Cures Chills and Fever, Iyspepaia( I
Sick Headache, Billons Colic, Constipa
tion, Khenmatism, riles, Palpitation of
the Heart, IHzatneks, Torpid JLIver, and
Omale IrregularlUe g. If you do not "feel
very wsll,"asinglepillat bed-time stimulates the
etomseh. restores the appetite, tmparts vigor to the
system. Price, arte. a MniTavi.,W.T
w WRITS FDR TUTJ'I MAIIUAL tHtt.
TtH Ammm 'tmlw Nawaru ttnaltivolr rfi'ftdtl I
J , lltna' for lh p.l? and permanent
car rf 0inlaftl ImiMioBt And Impotfjncy by the onljr
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MarLet and Mth StrctM. IT. Lonn. Wl.
Af Ql liiseases or JLlaneys St
V '''LVv Bladder, Rheumatism,
r A "alysia,NervousDebll-
ity nnd all Weaknesses
resulting from overwork.
Indiscretion or Excess
es, permanently cured by
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funilshed by our applian
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'without Di-nra-lnsr thn
ana ViKOr drnuied from
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TBS Phy.leisns in lirije at ill is old and wall knows
iLtmtinn .r rvffiilar DrluMti in msdicine and
surgery: Years of lixperisnoe in Ibg trsslmant ol
aui miixh iiihwrmr In thial at the nr dinar -nrftetitionvr.
UT WWM .iieir a"'l . .
thai ibey bav acQiiired nfttioual .ttpuUu&a Ibrougb
thir trf-atment rvf rmnplieid ". j
fecltuuit uf UiW ii.OoJ, kklU buut-'aj, tlaUttd with UO"
YOU NO MEN ndihoj of middl tig who irt
YiiiijlYJn. nj m t --"I from lha ifcU of a
without ninfl Mercury or roiftonou meatcinaa.
ErmannUv iiirMl , at modornte expenna,
ATHTWT8 rRgATEP S: - ZS
pnuJituuiuluitUii i.Hctcii.J, i"ch it FREB rd lBTtw
ltaMcj iUtti uiiiiw a vtciim ot Duaineaa w BMfiav,
Lilt of quMlieoi le be tnawerea' br peiieole Seemes ttesiaiat
fsoetlad free te aoy addreaa oe eipilciti.Hi.
4 rwm alnin Iraa Kiv4nrli.iMiMl IblrtMnal
e4 leers eeaMteieg le tktir e4aeUse. Ill eels lrmM.0
Communirnll .ii. .Iriclly outvie,,, lei, ai,d .hould be eoUrteae4
Ual. ULTTS, IS Nurth Ma Sc. at. Leal, at.
Loss of Memory.
An SO-pace Cloth-bound Hook of wh lesnm'
Advice to Young Men, by u HPKular I'hyxluuiii
SENT FREE mvS"-m
THE HtAlTH J0UI1NA H!LWAUKE, WIS.
fkvnrita nrearrtntlnn of one of the
Boost noted and successful ic-inllsis In the (7. H.
(new retired i tor the cure of AKrvom JeaWfa.
gjomt MaMhotMi.Wralntrmmltitl itnmtt. l-ut
fjiila'0 Hfai1 it iiivlkiiM.rre. iruKii!s au liillu
Address DR. WARD & CO.. Louisiana, Mo.
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And Tinners' Stoc's
A. rrnn blnation nf Pro
(osrica of Jrnn, i'rmrwn
Hark and 1'honihoru ii
a valaiabl farm, for
Jhibility, Jam of Aipr
tttm, l"Totraiion of t ttal
1 outrt it it indispensa
bin, V. J. I. TO WNKR,
Induatry, 111., aaya:
I consider It
a most excellent remedy for
the debilitated vital forces.
How to Cure Consumption!
The irreat nu ru
ber of deaths from
" aaafuiis uemroyer oi
rrYtiVvf iMtt ule uuun race.
CpfPCUND and ilsrai.ld fn-
crense, call with
trumpet voice for
the genius of some
ono to devise
mentis for the de
thronement of it
lower. Toe cure
tuts been discov
ered nnd is buy
Genius has in
vented a detect
or; nature lias
onrself of it t-
f7-n fc.Tokirtiforeit istoojnte.
UUUiOtii(OU. laUlClA Bliirht cold, if
NASHVILLE, TENN., neglected, often
' . terminates in
consumption. To guard against this sure
and fatal destroyer uso tbo onljr antidote,
Coussens'Compound Honey of Tar.
siss! Piles! Piles!
iv cure for Blind, Dleedlng and Itchtnii
. a Mni-ie box ot Dr. William's INDIAN
tT t)trH lias cured the worst chronic
. rty ynm Ktnrwhn.'- Wold and reconi
ty nil druggista. Trice 91.00 by mull.
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