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OCR Text, Jan. 20. - Mr. Alonzo Mead and wife a daughter: - Wm. Whaley has eold bis warehouse to H. Allen. - Mr. Harvey!Eutchcock and wife, a daughter Jan. 23d. - A barber shop 9 to be built arljoining C. H. Kel3e}T's store. - Mr. Wright Ilobbs and family of Jackson, aro in Milan and will spend overal weeks here. - Albert Johnson has bonjjlvt40 aores of land of Mrs. Abagail l'hülips in sec. 4 in Milan for $900. - Win. Needham has bonght a lot of Thos. Eichards, and will build a house upon it next spiing. - üvor 6,000 feet of lumbor was eiwod in C. H. Wilson's saw mili in five hours of one day last week. - A surprise party was slyly and pleasantly precipitated upon Mr. Lawrence Van Wormer on the evening of Jim. 22d, and a large nuniber of tha many friends of Mr. and Mra. Van Wormer woro present und speut a very pleasant evening. - S. H. Gay instead of L. Van Worroer is the proprietor of the meat market adjoining the drug store. Mr. Van Wormer is quite positive he is not proprietor, and bis statement is quite as rsliable in this matter as those of two full grown reporters. MooRKViLLE, Jan. 27. - Mrs. Gilbert Liïchard ia very il). - In last week 's issue, "Black should raad Beaoh." - Temperance meeting at the Baptist church next Sundny evening. - An entertainment is to be held at the M. E. church Jan. 29 for the purXose of getting blinds for guid churoh. - Died at this place Jan. 23, of consutnption, Eva L., daughtor of Samuel and Jaue Hale, aged 19 years. She vras called by the spirit in early youth to unite with God's peopls, and became a member of the Baptist church hore. The funeral services were held the 2öth, conducted by her pastor Eev. J. Fisher, assisted by Eev. Buxton. An unusual large concourse of people were pre3ent. Sermón from Mark 25, 39. "The damsel is not dead but sleepeth." She has been in feeble health for nearly two years, but in her long illness she was resigned to the will of God, and her christian hopegrew brighter and brighter as Ufe carne to its close. She was a dutiful daughter, a loving sister and faithful to God in every relation in life, and we congratúlate her relatives and frienda for the good evidence that she has entered that rest that remains for tho people of God. Her parting words to her weeping relatives and fiieuds were good bye, God bless you, meet me in Ileaven. " Deare-st sister thou hast left s, Here thy loss we deoply feel ; But 'üs God that has bcreft us, He eau all our sorrows heal."


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