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W. A. U ADi:, Publisher.
Terms$l 00 per nunam. In Advance
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1887.
The anti's, from ihe latest reports,
carried the state of Texas by over
75,000 mnjority. People of Tennes
see, let not this electlou bear fruit in
this stale. Go to work and show the
prohibitionists of Texa3, who battled
so nobly for the right, that we are
not discouraged, and that every pro
bibitionist, who have been idle, will
now buckle ou the whole armor and
go into the deepest of the aflray.
The prohibitionists of Texas had
great odds to contend with and they
fought those odd manfully, but
failed. They can rightly be called
the heroes of failure.
The northwest is suffering from a
drouth. Leaves are falling from the
trees, and grass in the meadows has
grown yellow. Creeks and streams
are ns dry as powder horns. Craps
am niisulutfl v ruined and a water
I'm mine is feuieH.
The democrats of Kentucky elected
Gen. Buckner by a majority of 17,
500. Cleveland's mnjority in that
stale in 1884 was 34,840. It is said a
full vote was not polled and as a con
sequence Buckner did not get the av
On Monday, in Ft. Worth, Texas,
while the ami's were celebrating their
victory, a terrible explosion occurred.
A keg of powder was set fir by a
rocket and exploded. Several were
killed and a few severely burned.
Dyersburg, Teun., was visited by
a destructive 6re list Monday morn
ing. Eleven building were burued.
The buildings were rajstly frame and
burned like tender. Loss about
$50,000. Insurance liht.
All of the Chicago boodlers were
found guilty. Four were fiued $1,000
each and seven sentenced to two years
in the pen. They decline to resign
their office as commissioners of Cook
The prohibitionist of this state are
not discouraged over the election in
Texas. They expected it and it will
cause them to come out more boldly
and storm the citadel of the anti's.
The Nashville American has pur
chased a Potter perfecting press with
a capacity of 24,000 papers per hour.
The American is one of the newsiest
and best papers in the south.
The National Colored Press Asso-i
ciation met in annual session in Louis
ville Wednesday. Many of the most
prominent editors of the United
States were in attendance.
The Memphis street car drivers
struck this week and the citizens
of that town raised a howl on account
of the inconvenience. At this writing
all is' now serene.
IIou. Rice A. Pearce is making
prohibition speeches. He is a good
speaker and wherever he speaks he
will do wonders for the great and glo
The Nashville base ball club hat
disbanded with a loss of $18,000
during the season. It seems that
base ball cannot thrive in the south.
The street company are getting
every thing ready to have cars ruu
niDg by the first of November next
60 says the Jackson Dispatch.'
Cholera is raging in Italy. There
were C04 deaths in Catania during the
month of July.
Nashville in October.
is to visit
whoop 'oi it.
The preseut outlook for our mate
rial growth and prosperity has not
beta bo bright as it bow is since 1872,
when the Central railroad decided to
build its extended line from Jackson
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inwiowumeu unu, ii .
true, a larger scope of territory to
draw from than since, but it hid never
been contemplated that the town
WOUlU Or COUld ever aspire toanyllnng
Other than that of a WHy-stutiol). The
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Straight from Jackson to Cliro ty
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Milan gave llie town Wipes Ol lutuie
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greatness, and, unfortunately tor the
town, property holders a Ivanc-d the
price of property and rents to such
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nnnfflnrnloiii ririinirtmna Mint it nnn fl
tendency to drive away all who had
any COUvictioilS of its importance to
other places or to accept the positions
it had assumed, to be that ot a super
ficial confidence. Now we have re
newed hopes upon legitimate and
conclusive assurance that we are to
have, at an early day, another impor
taut railroad, extending from here to
the com! and iron regions of Alabama
This is as important a road to the fu
ture prosperity of the town hs either
of the two great roads that now make
us what we are, and I don't sav this
with any feelings uf disparagements
toward the now existing roads, but to
give us direct aud close proximity to
,..ol onl irnn nra .Liua CCrt llill 1 V ill.
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sure ua, in the near future, the build-
ing of enterprises that the Inpes of
the' past would not admit of. We are
now called upon to vote the new rail
road, 20 years, 6 per cent, bonds for
$15,000, payable when the road is
completed from Trenton to Lexington
and I do hope that the people of Mi-
lan will not forget their material in-
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ltiivou aj mi oto ii 1 r v.iia 'j vtivi.
vntA. WaaiHfi now have a Droiect
on foot which is meeting with um
versal favor, and only fought by those
Y it f nac.A. aaA n.in mrA ifl a n r ftnlaiK
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prise till, by push of its adherents
success crowus it, then, as a rule, the
doubling and objectors rally to it as
ours, and are exceedingly anxions to
claim part and parcel in its success.
We refer to the gas nell or artesian
well project. The projectors have
commenced to raigu a capital 01 li.yuu
i . ! .rsn enn
cash, and fully expect.it thev succeed
in rflinino- this amount nnrl tlipw ho. I The best remedy in the world for Colic, Di
in raising mis amOUtll, ana lliey fie- h cholera Morbus. Choleta. and all
lieve they will, to find natural gas at
no very great depth, but should they
fail in this, they feel that they will
porruinlv ailpfpprl in rriwnrinir an nr.
IcQian well fir araror rlnil tvriil1 a ni
bvoiMU vy 1 1 y a it 14 v v& wsium iivum a uj I
ply pay for the expenditure. The
price of property is advancing, and
every uay iuc,ici eiaLC ageuia uave
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inquiries from various points in re.
gard to price of land, health, etc.
L. C. P.
THE NASHVILLE BANNER.
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paper ruDlisnea lu AasuYille.
The Nashville Banner has main
tained its prestige as one of the new
siest and most popular journals in the
south and as having a larger circula
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is a bold, outspoken, independent pa
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and thoroughly impartial in presen
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scripiion price lor I tie daily IS only
85.00 per year, 82 60 for six months
and 81.50 for three months.
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Is one of the best weeklies pub
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much literary matter, children's de-
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Address Banner Publishing Co.,
If VOU are in need of Tin RoofiBtr
and Guttering, give 8. M. Rhodes a
trial. He warrants his work
Preen s Cough liiiltnin cures coughs, culdg
iOc. I'or sale by Mewart Jt l'miner.
nami uwims 01 iiuinn nu'i lungs, i rue
TWO AND ONE HALF MILES WEST
of Greensboro, at Junction of halcmtail-
road. The mit n lin ot llie IV. l. i. iv.
Y,uisi. thi-niih tha Nursorv and WltUUI 1WU
r0t of the ofii... .7d residence, .rialein trains
jn.k , r jtop9 tice day eacb,
are cordially , invited to inspect
nursery in the state Bnd one ot tne largest in
1 he proprietor ha for many years isited
the leading nurseries ot tne norm aim wesi
nil Oiirrnur.nn.lJ .villi iWe Ot foreign COUO-
tries gathering everyfruit .bat were calculated
to suit the south, and being located in the
.nniAr of fha i i .,,1 ,,n t ufli'tinn ot North uro-
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experience of my father betore mo. 1 can
claim, without, hesitancy, that trees, cte ,
grown in these Nurseries win uo Deiioriu any
of the southern or border states than if grown
farther north or south.
fRY AND BE CONVIJs'CED.
My stock consists of over one million
FrUlt TreeS, Vines, &C.
of all the leading varietiis, both old and new,
apples, peaches, peaks, plums,
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u neTer fallinl ourefor chills and Fever,
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I Aj JL j UJlJii
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PIIICE, Sl.OO Per Ilottlo.
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11 UimillU ULHOO-0 We am now
Drenarsd to furnish all clause, with employ
ment at home, the whole of the time or for
their snnrn nifimnt. Biisineiis Dew. licht
and i rcfi'aMe. Persons of either rex easil
earn from 50 eents to ioM p er evenipg. and a
proportional sum by devoting all their time tc
the businefs. llov. and rirlj enrn nearly as
I much as men.
That all who see this limy
send their ad.lrens, and ttft the imsinesj, we
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i for ihe trouhlu of writing. Fu'l particuiun
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liEOKUL tfl'IMtUS A CU,. Portland. vine
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Just received a new stock of
IMS YOUTH'S and BOY'S HAT?
Very Latest Styles for Summer Trade.
We have an
A Uf Huh (,f
SWISS EMBROIDERIES AKD INSERTION
Our stock of Silk Fans are pretty
enough, and cheap for the
ALL SPRING AND SUMMER
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ST. CLOUD HOTEL
No. 10 North Summer Street,
MARSHALL & FRIZZELL
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one can da tMe work. Large enmities su-e
from first start. Costly outfit unci to ms free.
Hotter nut delay. Cents you nothinK to tend
us your address and find out; if you are wise
you will do so at once
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Dr. 0. McLaue's
PRICE, 25 CENTS.
ii... i i i.. j Send us the outside
apper lrora a box or the genuine vn.
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sex; all ag. fouiothing new. tha' just coins
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rhi-inniTini nd Id "d "'ifon. 1'rue
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Sick Headache 1
bt using the genuine
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