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MILAN, TENN., JULY 7, 1883,
URHAT JACKSON ROUTE
Iluxoi Cbstbai. Railkoad.
AfUr May 27th. train will lar. Milan
at 6:88 Vm
at 1:0 ptn
rid. oa th.
N. 1. at 10:00 am , -
No. S. at 3:35 pm
PatMDf.n ar. alto allowad to
followiDf fr.iht train.:
N. 7. iU:Wpm No. 8.
at' 10:30 am
t 9:'JO m
JS, .VI. DKOWP, V M.'
eo. lilt J. W. CotanA". Am t. P. A.
N.w Orl.aat, La,
LOUISVILLE A NASHVILLE R. R
Train. la. Milan at follow! on and aft.r
No. 1. loath, lear.iat
No. 5. " "
So. , north.
. 1:1.1 pm
. 8:06 am
' Our Local fr.iht train, will not ran on
Sana., If wELt. Ticket A.nt.
N. C. St. L.
On an J aft.r January lt. 1883. Pamnnr
j.Tia.nyii...mim .. 12:i5
V.wlm. " " 12:10 pm.
Lr McK.nil. 1:30 pm. Ar Nahrill. 6:20 pm,
A im mm. " :U0am
0. F. Cabtwbll, Agent,
CITY ' OFFICERS. '
- H. Hal., Mayor.
John 1). Luk, Cit Marjhal. ,.,,.
W. H. Ooley. L. W. Pwhong. J. H. ?
Inihip. A.B. Conl.y. K. N.Ston. and 1). A,
. , CHURCHES.
Baptlit-Church if .at. J..E. Eoff, pator.
Preaching .T.ry Sunday momma and oveninj.
Prayer meeting W.dn.iday eqenlng. Sunday-
'""."thod'H-North Main .treat- W H. Arm
itrong. ...tor. Preaohingerery Sunday morn
ing and evening. Prayer meeting Wedne.day
ar.ning- Suuday loheol 8 am.
Cumberland Pre.bytarian r- Church ttreet.
Ddd Fellow. Hill. J. 1). Lewi., Paator.
r-r.acb.lng lit and3rd Sunday in each month.
Prayer meeting Xueday erenlng. undy
C. tf. Collin., r.cter. Servioa 8d Sunday of
each moutn. ...
Liberty todge, No. 453-M. D. L.Jordan.
Dictator: W. H. Coley. Reporter. Lodge meet.
Iratand third Friday night, iu each month.
, I- 0- O. F.
.... v i IV. IRS Ma avafV WnilnAft
day night. 5. H. Holt. i. G.. J. 11. Dickin-
.....t.j w. Tcin. a Mltuhsll. N. Ci
W.H. Algea, . B. Ladga m.eU and and 4th
Mod (ay nignu in exca moum.
. Pro.pero Lodge. No. 2W . P. Rhodei. 0. C.I
W Y. William. on. . R. S. MeeU erery
Stonewall Lodge. No. 30-3. H.Hale M W..
W. V. William.uo, Keoorder. MeeU third
and fourth i nday nignu.
. and L. of H.
Eagle Lodg.. No. 94-MeeU flriit and third
P. s E. P. ionne II. Secretary.
. ,wo.hd . TUtti 117 A UR ANTM ANT) RX.
M.tml.ff nitfQU in lACD ill 1 J ll v u if . " ,
JVi. ECUIIONS at Greatly Reduoed Rate..
Apply at thu office.
ALB NKW8PAPKKS. GOOD TO PUT
KJ under carpeU. paper ,c'k!,A!rL
dowi. lamp ohimneyt. etc Call at thi. offi.e.
Space in this column at five
CenU per line lor eaoo iu. o"
vertisim at once.
V - . .l'IKI TU KX T I i V" WTT.T.
b. .old very low. u. ti. iikii-
RANKIN, WADE & CO.,
- . - , .
Real Estate Agents,
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION.
City Barber Shop.
TF TOU WANT A NICE. CLEAN SHAVE
X or r aihionabl. nair uui, go ui me vny r-
P. S. Childi.o'. Hair Cutting a gTcUlty.
Repeotfully. R. PERSON.
51 1 LAN MARKETS.
COBBICTRD WIXKLT T I. X. BTONR
COTTON Ordliary .. ..
Good Middling ...
LARD . .
DRIED PEACH ES.'..'.'.'.'-...
V LOU R...... -.... -........
r OK FEB -
REf1n'e6 COTTON 'SEED
x ouy U
5 00O 760
OIL " 86
Good fruit scarce.
A fiue shower the 4th.
Blackberries are plentiful.
Very little sickness in town.
Did you have a ga-lorioua 4th ?
Our town is sadly in need of a
Can't someone open an "Lscream"
Some of our citizens went to Cairo
on the Fourth.
The "Citizens' Band" are trying to
improve in their quickstep
A Main street lawyer has lost his
cow. The query is, how ?
New wheat is now coming to the
town, and brings a good price.
Bed springs are now being manu
factured in large quantities here.
Go to the concert next Saturday
night and help the colored people.
The wind was a little strong here
on the Fourth, blowing a few trees
down. ' -
The boys and the "sweet, sixteen"
enjoyed the glorious Fourth at Thom
It is time the City Marshall was
thinning out the dogs. They are too
A good many families are now
leaving for the springs in Hender
The Chancery Court at Humboldt
adjourned Tuesday to a special term,
third Monday in October.
The first cotton bloom of the sea-.
son was presented to bis office on
Saturday last by J. M. Meals, Esq.
J. W. Clark is the proprietor of
the -new grocery here, instead of
"Clark & Son," as stated in our last
Save a few trials in the magis
trates' couit, the city was unusual
ly quiet on the Fourth. Not a gun
The pastor of the Methodist
church and some of the members are
at McKenzie attending the District
Passseuger train No. 3, from
Louisville, was six hours behind time
Tuesday, caused by a freight train
There was a small crowd in Tren
ton Monday and the County Court
did little buiiuess aside from a few
A little child of Mr. J. B. Chris
tiau, of memphis, was buried at Oak
wood Cemetery on Tuesday. Rev.
J. E. EofT officiating at the grave.
We are informed that Rev. A.
Cook and J. F. Farrow will com
menoe a series of religious meetings
at the Odd Fellows'. Hall tomorrow
night, continuing several days.
There are too many darkies loaf
ing around the depot at the railroad
crossing. Sometimes the entrance
to the Bitting room is so crowded that
ladies pass with difficult, and we are
informed that unless they go to work
Boon, such loafers will be arrested for
vf Rev. J. E. Eoff preached Sun
day night at the Baptist church an
excel leu t sermon on temperance
There were no services. at' any of the
churches, the congregations all at
tending the Baptist 'church. There
w8a large and appreciative aud
ence to hear him.
Henry Danner and Znlu Loyd, a
usky lad and Inss, were in the tw
ice court Wednesday.; the formar
charged with stealing S3, the latter
a common street-walker. The
former was released, the latter u still
occupying the calaboose', being u lia
ble to secure the fine.
Humboldt's Rattlers Defeat the Sec
end Sine of Milan.
Our boys were defeated in the
match game of base ball with the
Young Rattlers" of Humboldt, in
this city on Saturday last by a score
of 17 to 15. Not a very bad beat,
either, and all our boys want is a liti
tie more practice and they can soon
regain their lost ground. The Hum
boldt boys are in practice aud the
Milan boys are not. Fonny Loving
umpired the game and W. T. Frenz
kept the score by inings.
Inings 1 2345678 9.
Y G 2 1201432 2 17.
Milan 0 2 3 2 0 2 3 0 3 15.
Following are the names of the
players and their positions:
Young Rafflert. H. Gillespie, c;
, Senter, ss.; B. Gill, r f.; C. GiL
espie, t b ; H. Gillen, 8 b.; C. Fox,
f.; C. Brooks, f b.; J. Graves, p.,
and H. Stratten, If.
Second Nine Geo. Fields, c f.; J.
Pearce, a b.; C. Allen, 1 f.; Will
Haun, t b.; E. Holloway, r t.; W.
Armstrong, f b.; S. Martin, s s.; W.
Williams, c, and A.1 Williams, p.
The game was hotly contested. II.
Gillespie is a good player, and is too
much for our boys behind the bat.
tienry Gillen did some good, playing
on second base. Jim Graves ' touch
ed some of our boys with the ball be.
fore they reached home base. Chas.
Allen and Wade Williams made all
the the home runs one each. Sam.
Martin is a good catcher and short
stop. Argus Williams takes the cake
as a pitcher the Young Rattlers can't
get in on his left banders. They will
cross bats again soon, when the con
test will take place at Humboldt.
Wm- Baylis, Powels Station, says:
'My wife has been much benefitted
by Crown's Iron Bitters in dyspepsia."
I am pleased to report a good de
mand, and roods freely suppliod at
previous prices, at tha Horse Shoe
Store. I please all. Tom Harri
Work has commenced on the old
Gayoso hotel,- Memphis, which is to
be remodeled and made one of the
finest hotels in the south. Eighteen
thousand dollars is to be expended in
making the improvements
An excursion to New York and
return for 85 would not interest
the people one half as much aa
a . vist to the Horse Shoe Store,
where all kinds of novelty good are
kept. Fresh goods constantly re
ceived, lorn Harrison.
From mv Dremeses. two miles
southeast of Milan, two fillies two
years old both bays, one darker
than the other, lne darkest has
white feet and legs, and blaze face,
The lighter bay has heavy mane and
tail and right hip knocked down.
Liberal reward paid for their recov
ery. . Address,
Al. U via, Aiilan, lenn.
A number of young men of Ml
lan have organized a brass band and
call it the "citizen's band.". The cit
izens will prodably form a band to
suppress It. f ayettevule Ubeerver.
Subscribe for the Exchaxqe.
D. C. Senter, of Trenton, was in
town two days this week.
Mr. Juo. W. Moore, of McKen
zie, is visiting relative in town.
Mr. W. M. McCall and lady, of
I urn bold I, was in this city Wednes
8. B. Williamson, Ekj., of Tren-
ton, paid the town a short visit Wed
nesday. Rollo P. Rains, of the Trenton
bar was in town Thursday on legal
Mrs. John Shepherd and Son,
Elden, left on Friday for Chicago,
where they will reside in future.
Miss Mattio Seay leaves to-day for
uka Springs, Miss., where she will
tay a few weeks. We wish her a
'J he genial J. R. Kenuon, of the
firm of May & Vaught, New Or-
eans, was in town smiling on his cus
tomers, last Thursday.
; Miss Willie Mann, a beautiful
young lady, who has been visiting
the family of Capt. M. M. Seay, re
turns to her home in Brownsville to
Messrs. G. W. Williamson, J. G.
Hall, W. T. Frenz, N: W. De-
Shong, Geo. Threadgill, E. Brown,
EL W. Blankinship, J. T. Garner,
A. M. Bighara and Dick Adams,
colebrated the Fjnrth at Cairo.
Haley's Station in Bedford county,
is soon to have a cheese factory.
A. correspondent of the Dresden
Era says there is Dot a drunkard, a
loafer or a dude in Martin. - . .
The jurors selected in the Polk
case were all dischaged last Monday
by Judge Allen, and a uew panel or
At the Anti-Monopoly conventian
held this week at Chicago, Dennis
Kearney, of sand lot fame was ex
excluded. PliaftnnnArva nalarioa itA v Via TlViatli
with grand and imposing ceremonies.
T. .J .t-.i. fE AAA ...
it is. esumaieu tuai straugera
were in the city.
During the storm at Nasville last
Thursday evening the capitol build
ing was struck by . lightning, doing
Mr. J. M. Patteson, editor Globe,
has sold his interest in that paper to
his associates. He is a sprightly
writer, aud will be missed by the
press of West Tenuessee. We lose
him with regret.
' The Nashville American reports a
sensational shooting affair, occurring
in that city Thursday evening, in
which Mrs. Birdie rattersou was
shot and died in a few moments
Win. L. Boyd, an aged and wealthy
citizen, is charged with the crime,
cause illicit love and jealousy.
Robert Adams, a young roan of
Union City, committed suicide Jy
shooting himself, one day last week.
He had just returned home from
school in East Tennessee, and did
not seem depressed iu spirits on un
happy, consequeutly his friends are
at a lot to assign reasons for his
commitiog the deed.
Keep a Bold Front.
I keep goods to suit all, male and
temaie, in doiu orunuiouuiia ouu buu-
stautiala. lorn Harrison.
TEXXESSEE CROPS FOR JUNE.
From the report of the commis
sioner of agriculture just prepared
from the reports of 489 correspon
dents of the bureau, we have prepar
ed the following summary of the va.
nous crops as compared with June,
882; and also with ' the month of
One hundred and fifty-two reports
from thirty-five counties in East
ennessee give corn, condition per
cent., 94; oats, 91; cotton, 63; tobac
co, 98, acreage, 96; sorghum, 96;
millet, 94, acreage, 90; Irish potatoes,
98; sweet potatoes, 95, acreage, 96;
pples 84; peaches, 90; grapes, 98;
berries, 100; melons, 92; garden pro
ducts, 96; buckwheat, 94; peanuts.
67; stock peas, 97; rye, 62; barley 98;
clover hay, 86; grasses, 90. Per cent.
of sheep killed by dogs, 14.
Two hundred and fifteen reports
from forty-one counties give oorn,
condition per cent., 86; oats, 101;
cotton, 87; tobacco, 72, acreage, 88;
sorghum, 93; millet, 97, acreage, 92;
rish potatoes, 99; sweet potatoes, 96;
acreage, 101; apples; 72; peaches, 81;
grapes, 99; berries, 98; melons, 88;
garden products, 66; buckwheat, 92;
pea nuts, 92; stock peas. 68, acreage,
04 Yield per cent, of wheat, 102;
rye 80; barley, 85; clover, 96; gras
ses, 94. Per cent, of sheep killed,
One hundred and nineteen reports
from twenty counties give corn, con
dition per cent., 92; oats, 93; cotton,
63; tobacco. 95, acreage, 93; sor
ghum, 95; millet. 98, acreage. 88;..
rish potatoes, 103; sweet potatoes,
97, acreage, 102, apples, 76; peaches.
5: crapes, 87, berries, 101; melons,
89; garden product, . 98; buckwheat,
82; peanuts, 98; stock peas, 108, av
erage, 123. Yield per cent, of
wheat, 70; rye, 86; barley, 89; clover
hay, 106; grasses, 103. .
Per cent, of sheep killed by dogs,
Total averages of condition per
cent, for the three grand divisions:
Corn, 91; oats, 65; cotton, 91; tobac
co, 88, acreage 92; sorghum, 94; unl
et. 96. acreage, 90; Irish potatoes.
99, acreage, 99; apples, 77; peaches,
82; grapes, 94; berries, 99; melens,
89: garden products, 96; buckweat,
62: Deanuts, 96; stock peas, 1UU,
acreage, 109. Yield per cent, of
wheat, 79; rye, 86; barley, 91; clover
hay, 97; grasses, 96.
A. J. McWhirter, Com.
Drendeu Era: Weakly county can
show more crippled men than, auv
other county in the State, if not m
theUniou. Fevers, fights and saw
mills must have prevailed in this
county at some period of its) history.
We have couuted 17 cripples within
the last few days and the returns are
not all in yet.
mi itu & PCTva rn!THU..n ha ma oulckil
cured by BhilohV tury. W. guarastv. it.
i or iaie ai in. iiiy atu cwro.
ff 1LU I U J duiiuii mm A' 1 i i" -
Liv.r Complaint? Shiloh'. Vitalner Uauar
anUod to ur. yon. 0. to th. City lru Stor..
SLEKPLES8 NIGHTS, ma, mlwrabl. by
that tarribl. couth. Bhiloh'. Cur. ii th. rem-
v TTi rt 'T'rrL'U :.W Ta.,..i.S. anil .
ady for you. t or ai at w vht
CATAHHH CUKEO. h.alth and .wet breath
i.our.d by sbiluh' Catarrh Ueuiedy. Pri.
60a.aU. Naal InJ.oUr frx. City lrug tor.
For Lam. Hack, 8id. or Ch.it, o. Shiloh'f
Poroui Plaiter. Prlc. gwnti. City Drag .tor..
SHILOH'S COUOH and CoaiamatloB Car.
Ii .old by a. oa a uaraaU. It ar.H a
umpti.a. Far .al. at City Drag otor.
aHILOH'S VITALIZE". I. what .a aW
for Conitlpatloa, Leu of AppatiU. IHtiio.M
and all lyinptomi of Dyipaptia. Prio. 10 aad
TS mil pr bottl. at tha City Drai tftr..
CROUP. WHOOPING COIKIH and Bronchi
til immediately reli.ved by Shiloh'B Cur., at
th City Bruf St'jr..