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Chicaoo. Sept. SO.
The camjmiyn moves on piitisfacto
rily to i lie tieiniiciau mj tar. The
(Jrniaiia me cniiii in trooiisi to the
il mii entry Tin Ii i-li nre n-it revillt
ingtt the rt-jni tilic ins .vonlil have you
believe titi.er. Tu satisfy iny.-elf, I
h vrniirt extensively in ' the srreat
I i.-li w.inlrs ol Ciiiengo, aii'l we have
l'AUUD In.-hiiK-ii in Ciiicngo. I have
y t. in find .-in Iri.-liin.iii who -vr u
.1 ilfliiilMMt f I ;t L is not rilill "lie. I
tin t u iiirut. many Aniriicaiid who
wire rrpnblicauB wli will vote for
(JVvrliin.l. lho rrpiililieini parly
will lose2"U() v.iir.1 i v tlie iiulrjifciioS
entr in ijt'i county alone. Tlie
Inaoeii ii.(.e.il i' i-lit war pirjudices
in vain. 1 iieanl Cnllom, tlie Bena'or
from this Male, epeak lVu hours oil
these is-ms last ni'lit, and he to re he
was half through humlie'ls of his au
dience left in lUu.st, unit there were
more hisses than cheers when lie tried
to ho. wilty at the expense of the
south. The people t' the north who
think are e-Airenieiy tired of section
alism, and the appeals to it do not
stir men's souls here any more. They
realize the fact that there has not
been a rebel in the boundary of the
United States for eighteeu years, and
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they say that the time has neen long
enough to prove the sincerity of the
The old talk about rebel brigadiers
is very stale also, since there are to
day more generals who were in the
Federal army working for the cause
of democracy in the northern Btates
than there were ever generals soin
missioned iu the Confederate army.
Aquilla, Texas. Sept. 27.
The special from Waco published
in your paper of the 20th hist., of the
homicide at L bbott, this county, on
Sunday, Sept. 14th, is so false in ev
ery particular that I deem it my duty
to correct the same.
The trouble arose directly over
s me anonymous letters, one of which
was supposed to have been written by
Marion Teague, and was received by
Montgomery Friar; the other was
written by Friar to Teague. The
notes had reference to the killing of
cattle. The note written to Friar
intimated that the writer supposed
Friar to be guilty of killing Teague's
cattle, and as Friar hud reason to be
lieve that Teajrue was the writer, an
swered the note, denying the charge.
Sunday morning Friar was sitting on
the gallery in front of W int. Tread'
well's store, when Teague came up
aud requested to have a private con
rersation with him. They walked a
few yards together, when T. produced
the note which he had that morning
received from the postmaster, saying
"Did you write this?" F. retorted,
"I did." Whereupon T. Struck F. a
blow in the face with his fist. F. re
turned the blow, having iu his hand
an open knife with which he had been
whittling. T. then struck F. iu the
right side with a knife, cutting him
severely, but not fatully. F. then
cut his antagonist twics iu the left
side aud once in the breast, from the
effects of which he expired almost
instantly, without uttering a word.
The affair is a most deplorable one,
as both parties were honorable, highly
respected gentlemen. The examining
trial took place last Monday, and
Friar was bouud over to the court iu
a fifteen hundred dollar bond.
J. M. P.
Great Literary Depot.
In connection with mv Great Drv
goods Store you can find a full line of
all kinds of School Rooks and general
school outfits. I take pride in keep
ing this line lull up. trade with me
rrr.sbliiig VAilvr Sick.
McKknzik, Sept, 30. 1834.
ill you kindly state in your pa
per that Uro. Wliitten, the Presiding
Elder, has been pink f. r some days,
but is recovering? Mrs. Whitteti is
quite sick, but improving.
The following list of appointments
for joint discussion ly Hon. Robert
Ij. lay tor auo lion, oaniuel W. Haw
kins, Democratic and Republican
Electors for the State at large, has
iu.en agreed on :
Waveily, Monday, October G.
Camden, Tuesday, October 7.
Huntingdon, Wednesday, Oct. 8.
Milan, Thursday, October i).
Dresden, Friday, October 10.
Trenton, Saturday, October 11.
Jackson, Monday, October 13.
1 olivar, Tuesday, October 14.
toiuerville, Wednesday, Oct. 15.
Memphis, Thursday, October 16.
Covington, Friday, October 17.
Dyershurg, Saturday, October 18.
Mr. Alex. Williams has kept fresh
meats for our people during the dull
summer .Mouths, and will now keep a
full line of tresh meats and vegetables
tar the tall and winter trade. Slick
to him, and be will sell as low as the
market will allow.
The 'ashvillc Banner
The management purpose taking
systematic measures to improve the
Weekly Banner in every respect aud
to make what is already one of the
best w eeklies in the state, one of the
very best papers iu the whole country.
Especial attention will be given to
crop and market reports iu order to
furnish its readers with the fullest
and most accurate information con
cerning matters of interest to farmers,
A weekly review of the markets wil
be triven. including every item of
commercial interest aud particularly
all information referring to live stock,
grain, hay and general farm products,
In addition to the market review, wii
be published many timely items of
interest to farmers, which, taken to
erether, will enable country readers to
keep at all times thoroughly informs
ed upon matters of such moment to
them. I he paper will continue an
independent, non-partisan journal
giving full and fair reports of all pot
Ulicai matters, uuu current, news or
the day. All who favor an uutratu
nieled outspoken newspaper, are in
vited to send for sample copies, to be
come su rjscn hers ami am in giving
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such a journal a still more extended
circulation. terms: Une year, l
six months 50 cents; three mouths,
35 cents. Liberal commission to
agents. Address Nashville Rauuer
MILAN 31 AKKETS
CORRECTED WKKKLY BY KDWARDS SHKPHKRU,
' Low Middling
H AMS cour try In
BREAKFAST BACON li"
S. ('- HAMS 15
DRIED PEACHES 7
DRIED APPLES 7
DRY HIDES fi(f(S
CHICKENS, young 150(3.3 00
HENS, old 3 CO
BRAN - 'JO
Atlanta. Ua.. Aug. 188.1.
My six-year old son has had a terrible
sloughing Scrofulous Ulcer of the neck for
three years, attended with blindness, L.ss of
hair, great emaciation, and general prostra
tion. Physicians and various blood remedies
were resorted to without benefit. The New
Atlanta Medical College treated him for three
months, but his condition g:ew worse.
I was urgod to try the ellicucy of It, B. B.,
aud to the astonishment of myself, friends
and neighbors, one single bottle elTected an
entire cure. Ulcers of the nuek entirely healed;
eyesight restored, and the hair commenced
growing on his heud again. I live atS-lo Junes
Street, Atlanta, and my boy is there to be
seen. Fbikk Johki-h.
Fccdcj Sale Stable
FRONT ROW, MILAN, TENN.
TTtVlVd located here. I am
XL furnish Saddle and Harness Horses, Ve
hides, etc., on short notice. Also, a lot of
goi d. combiued Saddle aud Harness Horses
oonstently on hand for sale.
RANKIN, WADE & CO.,
Ileal Estate Agents,
REAL ESTATE BOUGHT AND
SOLD ON COMMISSION.
T71GR SALE. A
neat one story brick resi-
with about half an acre of ground,
A bargain can be had iu this
ITIOR SALE. -1M acres, one mile from the
J enrporrte limitJ of Milan; lnu acres clear
ed. It is suitable for fruit and vegetable or
.tock farm. Has a I" dwelling houns on U.
can be divided into three good little f.irms.
1,-10 H SALE A large, comfortable two-sto-
rv f- me residence in Milan, with about
two acres of ground attaeneii. rirst-rare
neighborhood. W HI "e sum very iow.
-J rvt) ACRES LAJND about ti CH'area
lUO 20 in olover and gross, (food Stock
Farm. 7 miles wont of Milan. Ooo.i buildings.
Will sell fo' t2,MP half cash; ba lnnce in one
and two years.
OKH ACRE LAND i l?tri district 01
5Jl Carroll oonntv. 10 miles 3"t f ':
Inn. with Three iiweinngs, v.risi -i mm
vBni r...M.. Pontorv on it. (loon Orchard,
rich land, with gooi spring nnd well water-
Part cash, balance on easy term-.
W. M. McCall,
Attorney at Law.
WILL practice in Uibsnn. t'rockett an t
Madison counties and in Supreme and
J. F. RAWLINS- S. C. W 1LL1AMS.
llaivlliis it IV lUtftnift.
Attorneys at Law.
and .Solicitors In l uaneery,
TRACTIC E in the counties r moniti, .iniu-
X ison and crocisen
and in the Supreme
aud Federal Courts.
J. A. llESDEliSOX,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
nffi nn-.tiiirs in Collins lilock, Main streot;
residence on Dickinson street.
And its unparalleled abuses are fully and
freely discussed in a neat 3U page book,
mailed free to any address, by Blood Balm
Co., Atlanta, Ga.
Drop a postal for it. as every man and
woman needs it and will be delighted with
its valuable and entirely new revelations.
Sometimes stake a Nation of people and
rouse theni to action. Expressions
imilarJkMth following, from well
knewn Druggist of Atlanta., pour in from
sectioni where B. B. B. has been used.
Atlanta, June 12, 1881.
It i- our fi .-m belief that B. B. B. is the
Best Blood Purifier on the inarnet. We
are selling four or five bottles oi it tt one
of any other preparation of the kind. It
has failed in no instance to lve entire sat
isfaction. Merit is the secret-
W. P. Smith & Co,. Druggists.
This Is the only blood medicine known
that combines quick action, certain effect,
cheap price and unbounded satisfaction.
That one single bottle of B B-B. will do
as much wurk in curing Blood Poisons.
Skin Affections. Scrofula, Kidney Troub
les, Catarrh and Rheuinntbin us six bot
tles of any other preparation on earth.
One 50-yeai-old chronic ulcer cured; Scro
fula of children, cured with ono bottle.
Blood Poisons cured with a few bottles
It nover fails. We hold home proof in
book lorin. Send lor it. Largo bottle
$1.00, six for $6.10.
Expressed on reooipt of price, if your
Drugg-ist can't supply you, address
Bioou Balm Co.. Atlanta. Oa,
33. It 33 Xj XI 1 13 33 XI.
Main t-, next door to Post Office, Milan,
BAKES BREAD .k CAKES EVERY DAY.
He keeps a full stock of i resh C akes, Pies
of all kinds. Bread. Candies, JN uts, Lider, etc.
in stock, and will furnish
HOT COFFEE & SANDWICHES
at a moment', notice. Orders from a distance,
for any kind of Cake or Bread will be carefully
and promptly filled- i
J. W. YOUNGER,
Main Street, Milan, Tenn.,
TTAS now on hand and will keep in stock all
11 .l-- I..... nnnl-nvnlllPntH 1H the UndOT-
M- luv tab... . ... , . . -.- - ( . . ...
taker's line. conistingiu part of tine aliiut
na;l. r!.i Caskets. Mota ic Caskets, a full
line of Common Collin, and Burial Robes of
all torts and sues.
. PICTURE FRAMING.'
Ha has also in st ick a fine assortment of
Moulding and will Frame pictures to orderat
very low ratei
CORNER MAIN STREET MILAN, TENN,
-MniviV'll TTATR CUTTING. FHAM
O POOlNtl.eto. Hair and Whiskers dyed
in the highest styleof the art. This establish
ment is first-class in every respect.
N. R Specialattention given to children 3
THE JET PALACE,
233 Main St., Memphis, Tenn.
M. GOODMAX ct CO. J. Jlocscher, Manager,
DEALERS IN AND MANUFACTURERS OF
FINE WATCHES, JEWELRY, CLOCKS,
SILVER & SILVER PLATE WARE OF FIRST QUALITY,
OUR STOCK OF DIAMONDM Is the Finest in the City
Ol'lICAL HOODS and general sto.-k "f ART ORNAMENTS.
EXPERT WATCHMAKERS A.D JEWELERS. CALL and be CON INCED.
M. GOODMAN & CO.
Accidents and Death
AND YOUR PROPERTY
Only First-Class Companies Represented,
ATPLY AT THE EXCHANGE OFFICE.
The most successful Remedy ever discovered
andit is certain in its clieuts and does not blis
ter. Head Proof below.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
New Village, N. J. April 21th. 1884.
Dr. B-J. Kendall Co., Sirs: I wish to ac
knowledge the merits of your Kendall's Spav
in Cure. My horse has had a large ringbone
and it has not only been cured but the lump is
removed entirely, so that good judges of horses
are not able to tell which loot tt was on. as I
have invited several to tell and invariably
they get tbe wrong foot, not one exception.
Yours ic. J T- THATCHER.
KENDALL'S SPAVIN CURE.
Reiver. Neb.. Mavl.lKfU.
Dr. B.J. Kendall Co., Enosbureh. Vt. I
have used your Kendall's Spavin Cure on a
horse that has been spavined for ever a vear.
so that she could not work. I used a bottle
and a hnlt and it cured her completely I had
a colt that was kicked on the stitle so that he
could not get up when he was down, and after
weeks application of Kendall's Spavin cure
hewaswvll- Please send uie your "Treatise
ou the horse and his Diseases.
Yours truly, HIRAM CULVER.
Send address for Illustrated Circular which
we think gives positive proof of its virtues.
No remedy has ever met with such unqualified
success to our knowledge, for beast as well as
"'Price $1 per bottle, or six bottlos for $5. All
drumiistB have it or can get it f-ir you.or it
will bo sent to any address on receipt of price
by the proprietors. Dr. B. J - Keudell A Co.,
hnosburgn r alls, t.
SOLD 1Y ALL DRUGGISTS.
SAVED HER LIFE.
Ridge. Mcintosh Co.,tU.
Dr. J. Bradflcld: Dear Sir I have taken
several bottles nf your Fen ale Regulator lor
falling of the won b and other diseases com
bined, "f sixteo- years' standing, and I renlly
believe I am cured er tirely, Inr which please
accept my heartfelt thanks and nn.si profound
gratitude. I know your medicine saved my
life, so you see I cunnot speak too highly in
its lavor. 1 ha ve recommended it to several
f my Iriends who are suffering as I was.
Yours very respecttuilv,
MRS. W, E- STEBB1N3.
I One bottle of Ibis Syrup w ill completely .v
TESTED A QTARTKR OF A CENTURY ' pel all species I Unns und wiihnut it iiu:
IT STANDS C'N RIV A LED, , to tho child, as it contains i.o t alipul or bp
LAKAN(iK. tiA. , other injurious substa i ees. Again, it is plea
Dr. J- Brndtield, Atlanta, tl.: Dear Sir I 1 ant to the taste and acci plable to the stomach
take pleasure iu stating that I have used, tor
the lust twenty 5 ears, the medicine ynu are
now putting up, known as Dr. Isradticld s re.
male Regulator, and consider it the best com
bination ever gotten together for the diseases
fo" which it is recommended. With kindest
regards I urn, respectlully,
W. 15. t'E RELL. M.D.
Dr. J. Bradficld: Dear Si Some fifteen
years ago I exainin'd tlie ro ie oi l emnlo
-togulutor, and carelull.v studied authorities
in regard to its components, and then (as well
as now) pronounce it to he the most scientific
and skilllul com liinatio'i of the really reliable
remedial vegetable agents known to science,
to act directly on tho w.unb nnd uterine oi
gims, a ml the organs .mil pans sympathi'Aing
directly wilh these: nnd, therefore, providing
a specilic remedy fur all diseases of I lie nomo,
and of the adjacent organs and pirts.
It Yours truly, . .Jkskk Hkki.nu, M. D-, D. D
Treatise on the Health nnd Happiness of
Women mailed free toauy address.
i 11 K llM A lit 'lKI.lt U Ki.ui a i . a Co.,
ll(ixZ-i. Atlanta. H.
JAMES BRIli HT. Priipkikki
Nature's Great Remedy fur Dieasfs
antl AiFectionn of tlie Bowels. , .
This splendid and unfailing medicine is
compounded Irom Bin ckberry and other Jlf
diciH al Roots and Herbs, is therefore perfectly
harmless. It is pleasant and sale to the most
delica te stoin nch- 1 is the most speedy and
effectual medicine for the cure of all forms of
Diarrhoea, in ehiu'ren or adults. ( holcra.. or
bus. Flux. Dystntcry, and the various sum
mer complaints f lho Bowels, m prevalent
among a II classes during tbe summer sea soi .
Only one bottle (prie H) cents.) is sullieient to
effect a cure.
DR. DUNCAN'S CH LL TONIC
You need not Shake or Chil I il you will tisc
this Tonic. Il never lails to slop the most ag
gravated forms of t hills and Fever il taken us
directed, in from three to serin days, v. he:,
Quinine and all oilier medicines fail. Itwi'.i
also it taken rceiila rlv build nnd tone up
weak and debilitated system, ami above i.li,
leaves no bad effects behind, as do so many
other preparati ns,
DR. C. P. DUNCAN'S
LIVER AND KIDNEY
TVI 33 X I O i INT X3 .
The great preventive a lid cure nf all malari
al diseases and a sure cure lor all loruis '
dyspepsia and indigestion. Il acts nireclly
upon the liver n nil ail the secretory glands i f
the stomach and bowels: it cures the disiare
by removing thecaus- from Ihesjstiui ilet
produces or brings on the disease: I erie.il is
unsurpassed fir tho fure ot I'oiistii ation.
Si ur Stomach. Heartl.iii n, 1 eadaclie, iiinl nil
those symptoms imlica I iug the want nt i per
a ction of th se elsnus -il mitt il in I lie sti n ai h
and bowels. Iwoor thru loillev o l ii.
DUNCAN'S MVKR AND KIDNEY Ml M
CINE is positively lecoinniendi d I" film
and cure anv ot the nhnve tliseases il laktn o -directed.
Price, "5 cents.
Duncan's Worm yri p
a nd therefore uduunislui ed w ithout trouoi
Price -j cents.
PAGE A CO.
a sh ville, 'I'enn, .
JJissol ttiion Xoticc.
iau cn-pai mersnip uuieio'ore existing ne
tweeu W M. McCall mid J. F. Rawlins in
the practice of law has this day been disselv
il hv tnntiiiil noiisent. All u n f'l nittht d linsi,-
ness ill their hands will rccrix e Ihe attention
of both meuibers of the olo tit m and both will
receipt lor debts due tho old r i in . .
Jui K RAWLIN.-t.
U . M. McCALL.
Humboldt. Aug. id. 1SK1
V y, O'S-i
NEW BRICK RESIDENCE. 1
A S U .?
iituv uxulu a. ix i nr.
-w nirreii i-..- I -,.J: t
A. three luili-s ' est of . tlan. i .1 rl si II i
abaigiiin. Tbe boui e is a ' 1 oi.e -t.i v bri-l,
with four rooms and good eeiij,! nil iik 1
tin ti nam, coiion sin : vo oi In-r out hi u.e - '.
sll in first-class roo.'i':..!, J be li.i in n.l -
Ho aurssof the Lest Is. o in liie - in ly. sboi .
y:t arret cleared. 1 1n- km I n n will t i i-i I ir '
A Iso h as a tine fish -1 nil ot' ti . I ' - i II ds I
ed to stock or anv oihi-r kii.il . Mi., e i- '
one ho wishes to l.uy a v.o. lion n'.ll c. '
tainly be plettssd w lbtlif i In. . ilis.'
of tbe most desirable iu this si t ion i e.,uiiit
Call oi in e at in y n i !ei c f or to t ' her in: ,
i,. . .i . i I o i i