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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 January 1879

SOUTHFiiS FAKM AXli HOME. u;itTLri ulL SUITE. An old p tto croer sy lie thin fifty ceDU a but-hel for potatoes s eix-a in the fall ai gf vt-Dty-five cents in the pring Experiment with a mn'rh of otraw on a portion of your whf-at field. Many who hare tried the plan commend it highly. Errrythirir which is " gilt edpred " in the way of farm produce hrii.gs the highest prices butter, chetw, m'lk, fruit, and so on, through the whole lint of farm product. The farmer who wishes to avoid an excet-g of labor, with nnprofitab'e result, will not npread a small quantity ot manure oyer a large surface ot poor land, but will only plow as much hp he can highly manure, when bis income will be as large, and bis labor nearly one hall saytd. The superiority of cotch oatmeal is said to be partly owing to the grain being cut rather " glazy " that is with a shade of green upon iL Oat straw is tar less nourishing for cattle when the crop is allow, d to stand till it is dead ripe. Early-cut oats are heavie...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 January 1879

1 THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. 1879. Don't tleciu I lie Sevi Tear VTli li out me Exchange. Will lou Help L'st j The Exchange has proren Itself a trusty craft through, half a decade, and is presented the reader with sails frimmed, newly rigged and nearly double its former size. Cradled in' the lap of aferity, with a financial panic hanging like a 'pall upon the country, and the soil yielding not its wonted harvest, its young ITe was almost stifled with its earliest breath. The fates were more generous, howev er, and during five years of unpara! lelled hardships, h has grown vigo rous with its riper years. The paper has never been upon a sounder basin than at present, nor has it ever pos sessed ampler facilities for usefulness We therefore call upon our friend's" to ralfy to our support, and no expend i- ture of enterprise and energy shall be spared in making the Exchange one of the livest rfnd newsiest weekly pa pers in the state. It is our ambition to publish a journal fully ap...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 January 1879

r The ANUE I. NUMBER 45. VOLUME V. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JANUARY 16, 1879. THE EXCHANGE WADE BROOKS. Editors and Proprietors. ftl'BKCRIPTIOX KATES. Two dollar a year; one dollar for nil monthf; ftr eenta for tkre monthf, ikvakiablt m ad- KC. fOCSITT AMD CITY DIRECTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold, Sheriff. M. C. Holme. County Conrt Clerk. E.E. Raines, Chancery Clerk. Treaton T. J. William. Chancery Clerk. Hmoboldt. W. Moore. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. U- II. Johnton, Law Court Clerk. Hambollt. B- 0. Carleton, Coroner. i.C Lone, Truitee. Jimni A Cox. County Surveyor. A . 8. Carrey, Superintendent Public School. V. X.Coi. Retter. CITT OFFICER". V. L. Ware. Mayor. Jan. D. Lurk, City Marihal. R V. Haun, J. II, Blankcnship, . Vf. Mar tin. K. J. Robertson, 0. r7 Seymour. W. II. Alf ee. Aldermen. CHURCHES. Bartit Church Hreet. J. P. Wearer, Pantor. Preaehinc every Sunday. Prayer meeting Thursday evening;. 6unday-"hool 9 a. m. Methodist Xirth Main street. J M Maxwell, Pattor. Preaehint every Sun...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 January 1879

wade cj nnooita, MILAN, TENNESSEE San FrAHTio papers pay the coinage of the nickels is about the largest fraud t a Binali swindle ever perpetrated upon a iree people. The cost of the coins is only 11 eta', apiece, and 'I'aey were cripina lly authoriz d and the silver half dimes demonetized lor the benefit cf the cwuf rs of a ni:kel mine in 5 evr Jersey Tun San Francisco Chronicle -says that the hoodlum fn-teruiiy in that city dales from 1SG2, and now comprises eoune six hundred members, compose! -chiefly of Lalf grown boys. All are not r irnioals, hut the leaders tire as a rule. TI.ey have a regular Eyettic of passwords and ismalr, and a slang dialect, which i, however, sparingly used lavt the polio? aocnire its. terms. II R. Loxot kii:ak, in his character of poet, La L:;d mks curious jests. There was tlie man who r.eut to thank ii'.m for writing ' lire!.!: Srv.ak, I'. e.ik;' the women who. had rt-cA his i eriis ii her girlhood and hudn't scon them sincx: ; the man " who wt.s uin of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 January 1879

FA KM AND HOJir. t Afcl iiim - "lli H' is no time lfttt r than the pres ent tor 'draining wet grc-und. ' Swamp aie i ' w dry; wori ii n ii pre s-ing; ev ry loot . : land a farintr o'v.s slu uid be ma''e profitsrde, and if the season is permitted to pass and this work is negle- led, a year mu.-t elapse belore the opportunity rctuii.s. T!.t Lorns of cattle in Smth A trie are sai 1 t) be longer than even ibue of our Texa , r'd areo'ten 'iiriou.-iy benlan'' tw.'fv This is i ITi I'd by soTftping th horn ..a :L IoVt twarj -hid. i:- u- do-sir- 1 t.atTV-houM tend; ari repeating the operation ii.itd the wi-bed for Khar ha- i ten attain d An Ettg'i'-b 'a-rr.pr, v -ry cucce-sful d-.iri"tr ,r- fears ;n tattming caul r.n ,,v.pf. . mpp'it-d HTHii'in male- :is follows. High '. bu-h i" c - -inked in t a pails n,ur tv, d.sy-, then i-iir.aer for an Lour, a U rward l ix with fourteen iKlUl. CwAf.-i1, cli.it- ou; ar, aua tii- miurh- with cut fctrarv, hny or other ?a1- der. Anj.lrg are , pleuli'ul i'1 p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 January 1879

THE EXCHANGE' THURSDAY, JANUARY 10. 1879. 1 The funeral of Congressman Hart- j ridge, of Georgia, took place at Sa Tannah on Strnday kit: The Italian Envoy in Rio Janeiro telegraphed that the yellow fever has re-appearcd, and several deaths have tccurred. " The Dyersburg Gazette calls our bank "a faro hank." That is the only kind of a bank Neal knows any thing bout. ' Since the graves of great men"are disturbed by ghouls, we are afraid to die, almost." Union City Chronicle. True, neighbor, the d 1 is to pay. G. G. Vest, is the Globe-Democrat's Candidate for the U. S. Senate, from Missouri, and the St. Louis Republi can wants Mr Vest to pull himself down. It is stoutly put that John Sher iaan will soon retire from the cabinet and enter the Ohio canvass as a candi date for the Governorship. The pol icy he thinks will increase his chances for the presidency. American liberty has more to fear from the Sherman family than from any alliance now tipeninj. The social event of Montgomery, Al...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 January 1879

The exchange ! Thursday. January i6, i879. RAILROAD TIMB TABLE. i hlrc,kt.Lalj SfwOrlMM R. R. Trair lear liilaa as follow on an 4 after Zo. 8. 187S : 7f. 1. north, rTes at... N. 5. " ' 2. ionth; " No. 4. " 4-oo pa "lihinpm j '" ' pin i v. 5 north. l..v. at. rm I - r.Zir.:.:Z: !:4oSS' nS." 6." south. .'.'-'.'-I..'..'. Now." " .'.m i fcmi about Bfn rnTni time. C LOl A ft en l, Milan. d .,.... t.-w !r r'. cilANld.feK. G.'l. i T- A.. New Orleans. 1. B. MOKEY.il. T. A., New Orleans. I4alT!llv KwKhvlll 4c UU K. R. R. Train's Irare Milan as follows on and alter May U. 1878: rA88IGIl TKAIKS. W o. 1, south i leates at. No. 3. " No. 2. atfrtd; " ho. 4, " " ........ rancHT tiaiss. No. 7. south, leaas at.... 4:20 ard 1:1 Hi nn 3:4(J f.m 3:00 am ....12:40am No. 8. " " 4:40 am r?o. north. " S1"! " " a:.WaiH A- W. LOVING. Asrcnt. C. P. ATM0HK. 0. F. CAXTWELL. Gen. P. A T. A. Wal Ticket Ag t- gJaAI.L.'ciIAItGt. Xh roads are impassible. Perfectly jackaablc." The mud Eticketh closer than a brother. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 January 1879

..i A IMtlltt K WUH. fci.f a.: errr i. 1 1m tri (iltm AU t-'i'. -tea t ! . !.Ur.: J a- An i , n be -? ti' mnt . In e...e lr d", Man (It "- -'.ly ror, F .-.uci i Dri, To I r fst(;.ti lwl:u ..vl her ul h r blob. ISU.fatUt? 1. n t f'l ii f r fciih r:r '--" esc ' -ri w. i: . '..- hiif -it iV. -io tii-1 feMt. a r. i :i .. r. th- b i . :f " .Nor .,.( o, i. lo ! J ' U.-r li relet. ' A.'i!.:r.i 'autre . ari-',cmft a'Li.fT 'I i.'t r: r. -:'r. ..r w.f't i-l fciir!" Ai -1 :.!. I u. i.:- - ! -u t" ' ": -'' j " , A t .! 1 in -.- :u u " '-''f Al..i r or. I.- a .i ! IS'1 M :hr I'-11 l"i- 1 j .-jt U -t i - I."-! l't P.-.-,' ! f I. ... ii i.,, ci i 1 -it.-'i; to- sijd Cy.us &: i i , lo-r :'. ::i--ir.-t S 1 i fci.-' r, Vw.,i... --'.: t '.;:ei bin. -;i i ir:; f' i ( 1... Ii.ris b-r. Ho- r t ;'-'. 'if t-r ru V-fi nut : ".r -"torn Out t; ,.r -m:W ni y:l 'n v: 1, b ji ' n ' s'-? l ' h'; f- 1 IVi ..i v ..f I Tr iif i-.o i t i.'u.,- ar. l : :j Mir.-s'i 'ii ' ; Iu V I: rl.'-r h i.i ! r t,::h; y ii hare ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 January 1879

km! I ) ft MiUI'llEKS FA KM AM) IluML. ai.bk i Lri itti . rs. Got! wage- are paid to corn ii us-fctri and tfierj is plenty ot work. Nine tbou.it,d lu-lieU of pf snus will be jr. dui n Noitli Carolina thiiyt-ar Minne-ota m thirst re building their winitr hoviBi-n h) tleoikriy that thf wemLerwii-e prelict a watm winter. T( e frr.ilc M)ll mid ge-nixl t:liii.gt of the United S'.Htrs luduod 8(1 CIO Cana dian to i n ieraloduriLg the jrar emling June 80, 1S78. Tin- hjij'le roI east of the All g'isny niouiitaiiirt i timely t-imrnidus. lu many place tiity ctu not be dirjnsed of lor a dime a bjnhel. Tne cattle trade through Atchison it Iar.tr tr.au at any oilier joiiit on the river. Over two tiiou-aud head are fhipped thin way. Frank Hart in now the bin HtVep ninn of Yav;il t ;U:ity, Ariz ,na, li ia tlmujjht he will rhtar fi rtv tiiou-unl pounds ot wool next Kniiig. A ricen. nle of one liundml flereford bu'is is rt-i(iud in Eni.mI for expor tation t lJ.d: no Ay Ten Jor crowing on native -.i.k...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 January 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1879. Over the covxty The Trenton Herald says that Alex. W. Raines, Esq., of that place, is spoken of as a candidate for State Comptroller. He is full competent to fill the position. Our Quarterly Court last week adopted a rewlutlon petitioning the Legislature to enact a local option law. That body also made appropriations to the amouot of 15,880. The Rutherford correspondent of the Trenton Mirror says Uncle Ben." Hobbs was in town a few days ago. He is now one hundred years old and probably the only man now living in our county who served under Gen. llanison at the celebrated battle of Tippacanoe. The old gentleman eems very cheerful, has a kind word for everyone he meets. from the Trenton Herald A. H. Currey, our able ex-super-iatendeut of public iustruction, sub mitted a most interesting report to the county court last Monday. From it "we gain the fo'lowing information : We have a scholastic population of 7030 whites and 2G97 colored ; total, S7...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 January 1879

Exc rtn JL VOLUME V. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JA3AIlY23, 1879. KUMBEK 4G. Milan 3ANGB. i HI EXCHANGE WADE RUOOIM. EdItoM itnd rroVrirloi-m. SlBMCBirUOX RATI . Two dollars a year! one dollar fornix month': tcfty c-nts M tnYeiTifibntn'. IKVarUblt in ib flXCI. I JJ..J ' CrSTT A3f D ITT D JirtCTORY. COCNTT OFFICERS. J. S. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. Holmes. County Court Cierk. 11. E. Raines, Chancery Clerk, Trenton T. J.- Williams, CL'anccry Clerk. Humboldt. W'm. Moor. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M- H. Jobnion. Iaw Court Clerk. ifumbcV't. Jl- O. Carleion, Coroarr. t. C. Long,' Trustee. James A- Co. Connty Surveyor. A. S. Curre?. Superintendent Public School, f . k. Cox. Reister. crrf orticiis. V. L. Ware, Mayor. Jao. P. Link, City Marshal. K 1'. Hnun. J. H.LlankenArp. G. V. Mar gin. P.. J. Uubertsun, O. tymour."W. II. AUe. Aldermen. CHrKCITES. , 15apti?t Church street. J. P. Wearer. Pastor. Prtuebin every Sunday. IV aver meeting Thursday eveninf. Sunday-s hool 0 a. m. Jlothodint N orth Main street, J M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 January 1879

jMiUut xdliiiiige. rsnoons, liorniTilii. EDIT Oat A D MILAN. TENNESSEE The last census taken in Austiia re Tealed the fact that they were 183 men and 22S women above the age .of 100 years in that country. The Children's Aid society, of New "York, has provided homes amoDg the armers of nuthern Virginia for more than 2 '0 boys between the ages of 12 and 18 year The Egyptian correspondent of the London Standard reports a retrench ment in the Khedive's harem. Some twenty or thirty women have been sent off lat?ly. Ladies thus discarded receive a dot of from $500 to $5000, and with this can find husbands, especially gov ernment clerks. The milling ;idutryof this country is said to rank next to that of iron. The number of mills is over "5,000, affording employment to over C0,0ti0 men, who annual wages are ov r 20,000,000, and turning out yearly about 50,000,000 bar rels of fbur, of which 4,000,000 are ex ported to foreign countries. Three hcsprfd gallons of castor oil werj produced this ye...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 January 1879

a icn rioi winxru.r Y ehrg to weary bunleoa The helps toa.thoe. 4 uplift, Y le in form tne tpirlt, I. girer 10 the gilt. fbo called ye to rell-torm-nt, lo laa ana penDC in ? iToara y etroal Goodome Bat joy iu mortal p in? Whooanta hi broth-r'a weiUre Am bc el aa hie own, And lore. foriTea and pitiev. Ha aerea me alone. I loathe your wrangling ouoUK I tread upon ycur crJi; Woo made ye mine aTenjjerg, Or toid ye ol mf needs T iSe more In arc or bili-grore Ttie II ilieet abilm: Not iu ttie Kioil'a deid letter . The iter oal atcret hides. What if the ortu-nel altar LT5 lre ti.e aictfot lie ? What if the drama aid let' nil Of tbe world'a ch.llhotd di-,' My ieria:m and lil Are in e.cb. butoHn actil. rhe still, auiall T.jite of '. i ing And bnxi's tTiunler-nll. Tbe stern bht of dutv, ilie d - ij-lxr.lc if)-n hr"w-!t, To heien y a-ck th I-.-I1 ye Ate witii yourxIrM .lore. IRSMISWN AND ITS PEOPLE; Lt'liilon Te f-i rl'h. A'jrhariMan, which we Lc-ar so much about, is lo.kni upon as tbe northwe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 January 1879

frHE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1879. Joha A. Logan, the stalwart salary grabber, has been elected to the Sen ate from Illinois. The Legislature last Tuesday refua ed to compromise the state debt at fif ty ceits on the dollar. President McMahon has wined, dined and cigared the great American bull Joser, Grant, at Ulysee. ExScnator Henderson of Missouri, is trying to get on the ministerial fchoes ot the late Bayard Taylor. justice Hunt, of the Uriited States Supreme Court, wants to " step down and out" on account of Hi health, and Stanley Mathews, an intellectual tramp, wants to slep up and fri. TKe initial message of Governor Maris' is a shrewd and poignant State paper. It will be found upon our first page, and will doubtless be read with interest. In our next issue we may see proper to make some com ments. On last Tuesday the following Uni ted States Senators were elected: Dan Voohies in Indiaaa. Dor? Cameron in Pennsylvania, John A. Logan in Illi nois, Roscoe Conkluig in New Y...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 January 1879

lllti EXCHANGE TIIUILSD AY. JANUARY 23, 1879. BAII.KQAD TIME TABLBt. Trains icav Milan a follow 6n and after o. b.lSTS: PISIKCE TBAIXS. No. 1. north, leaves at No.. o. 2. south, Ne.4. " FtEIbKT TBAINS. Na. 5. Borth. Ieye at t'-l' - :::::z:::::: S ;. b. ioata, - No. (I. " .. No.lU. " v- l. ' " 4:fl0pm .... 3:'Qm ....12:40 pm 11:35 pm 11:S5 pm 2:30 pm .. l:4o pia .... 2:fi am .... 4::) pm .... 7:fftam 3:31 pm lime about fifteen minT-.ie. slower than town tim. J -.'. Lot KZ, Agent. Milan. J.O. MAN'y.fup,t,Jirtj.rr!;Tnn. F cnANPLER.ts. P. it T- A.. New Orleans. 1. B. MURKY, ti. T. A..NewOrlean. fcvatavllle MbvlH Ci t. H. fc. R. Train lev Milan a follow! on and after Nay U.ls:s: rAKSKKGUTKAIJS. Ho. l.ioath, leave at No. 3. " ' No. 2, north, ho. 4. " FttlCBT TtAtKS X: 7, south, leave at... - ..... No. 8, " " No. 8. north, " " " .... 4:20 am .... I:(i0 pm .... S:40 .m 3:50 am .....12:40 am ... 4:40 am 2:00 pm 2:50am A. W. LOVING ; Agent. Gen. V. t T. A. L"1 Ticket Ag t SMALL CIIASGE. A dry...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 January 1879

FA KM M HOME. FIM HITI. Corn contaio five time the oil or f' yielded by wheat. Foment the farmers who have bought patent cow-milkers, now call thein Cjw dryers. Toer is no animal that will better repay the cost of good xtra keep than a dairy cow in fu'l milk. A tock dealer in western Iowa recent!; fcor.ght 4l),(KK) bushels of corn at Lemars t eight cents per bushel. The agricultural psprs generally are cuteiing into a pretty free dUeus-tion on tbe god quality of sorghum. trtandard apple trees should be plant ed nxty feet apart each way, though in or toils twenty-five leet may be sougb. ('lean up all rubbish about the yard nd buildings, and remove manure heaps having alljposiible nraterialsfjr om post gathered and uti'izid The London' Omdhua ton.ijaiiy which ten years ag Jed their horse.-, principally with oat and beans with hay, now feed almost exclusively on Indiau corn and hay. The best flavored meat, and at the sanif time of the richest quality, is attaine-d hen the cows feed on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 January 1879

I SS0UT1IEKX FARM AS 1IOHE. Coniihw EnjoymeitL A l.t writer wy " farm lite is pro: c M .'t ne-ed not be. There are in Brute rurce for in tellectual enjoyment wilnin rec!of tht Country resident. He has elwajs a bro,d land-cape an! a 7 e.ve' varying clouia bre him Beautiful trees with their ma s of rich toliage ; curiously formed plants in profusion at hi-! f t ; the cms tsnt wr.rk of the ereat laboratory of nature lor his examinatioc; flowers, mineral, in ct;the rurl dyoi morn at his rising; the " elorious splen dor of the sun-et clotnl, " at evening; and erery operation during the day, in the jreftn i nation of seds and the growth o'crap on the f-trm or in the girden, are all resdr for his ly in the physiology of organic (trawih Tne comparative cheapn o his laud a'l.iw him to plant a small landscape garden at little ex pense. A room set apart in the hotine for a n)i!-um, in which he or his chil dren may oVpo-ir their collections o' dried plants, and u: ULerals, and of in wc's, aiid ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 January 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1873 Gnt' ted from fir4 pay- tonnes of the Legislature of 1SG0-T0, in relation to the viladity of the lomlg i.?ued to the Tennwee & Pacific road, ft will be found that the principle i affirmed that unles the conditions and limitations fixed by law were compli ed with, in the mode prercriled, that the Ooverner had no power to iwue bond, and if wsucd without fwch com pliance they are void. Tested by this principle, but few, if any of the poet sat bends were v: .lid. In 18G9 the just debt for which the tax-payers had to provide wau com paratively small, while the debt of the solvent ronde was large,' but by manipulation the solvent railroads un dertook to tran. fer th;ir debt to the tax-payers and relieve themselves. Under dure from' the threatened overthrow of the State Government ly Federal 'n'terf'eretice, and believing tbev har tL'e ability to provide for the payment of the entire debt, the tax payers submitted to the gave w.rongs which had be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 January 1879

IF 7 TT A JL Hii VOLUME Y. MILAN, TEXXESSEE, JANUARY 80, 1879. NUMBER 47. ANGE THE EXCHANGE M ADE BKOOHS, Editors and Proprlrlon. Kl'US('RIPTIO RATllS. Tiro dollar! rear; one dollar for six monthr; fifty cenU for three months, invariably is id- anck. fOCSIT ASD ITY DIRECTORY. C0UXTT. OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. Holme. County Conrt Clerk. R. E. Rainr, Chancery Clerk. Trenton. T. J. Williamn. Chancery Clerk. Ilomboldt. Win. Moore, Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M- II. Johnion, Law Ourt Clerk, Humboldt. 15- 0. Carleton. Coroner. i. C. Long, Trustee. Jamei A Cox, County Surreyor. A . S. Currcy , Superintendent Public Schools. V. K. Cox, Kerister. CITT OFFICERS. V. L. Ware, Mayor. Jno. 1). Lnsk, City Marthal. H F- Hnun, J. II. Blankn?hip, 0. W. Mar tin. R.J. Robertson, U. W . Seymour. W. II. Algae. Aldermen. Cnt'RCIIES. Iiaptit Church street, J. P. Wearer. Pastor. Prenching every Sunday. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. Sunday-school 9 a. m. Mtihodirt North Msin street, J M Maxwell. ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 January 1879

BnooitH, MILAN. TENNESSEE Bareback riders in circuses, at least ia those of England, are the most popular f circus performers, and the best of the lass. A lady who i very graceful in her acta, receive $500 a week during her engagement. The two best male rider f England rewire f 300 and $400 a week. Clown of the best kind receive $50 and J 75, and they are goiog out of fashion. Law, physic and divinity are well applied with feminine members in the Waited State. The lady doctors num ber 530, and feminine dentists 420, while S8 women are preacheri, and five prac tice as lawyers. Some ladies adopt two r three callings at once. A Mrs. Gibbs, living in St. Louis, notifies on her Hoor plate that she is an " elocutionist, poet ew, washer and ironer. " The orange-growers of Florida are tanning their attention to the making of wtne from oranges, and several experi Menu have indicated a pwsihility of access in that direction. The first wine made from oranges in Spain has lately made its appear...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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