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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 January 1879

FA KM AND 110311 FARM HI IT. A veet c'.ear and transparent mucil ape of great tenacity, may be made by mixing rice fhur with cold water, and letting it gently simmer over tbe fire. Nevfe put tbe bands into batter. There in no excuse for so doing, and very Dense of cleanliness forbids it True, the bands are clean ; still, as butter absorbs any and evry impurity with wnich it comes in contact, excessive perspiration of the hands, or any humor of tbe blood, might thus be imparted to the butter. A wooden ladle to lift tbe butter .mm the churn, or to turn it over e being washed, answers just as well and a vast deal belter. Iowa State Register. Nrw York continues to be the great dairy State. It has 1,139 factories for cheese Jefferson county leading with 120, followed by II-rkimer 88, Oneida 8', Madison 77 and Allegany. The aver age number of cows contributing milk was 308,312, owned by 23 005 patrons, and producing 83 116.0(6 pounds of cheese. 3 213.125 pounds of butter and 7,880,752 pou...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 January 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1879. i)lB DEBT.' Ertreme men ,in high stations rare dangerous guides for the people and outlaws against public policy. The -opinions of the masses are, ia a great .measure, moulded and controlled by .those in authority. Discretion, then, .demands that we choose deliberate and conservative men to guard and direct our interests; for, under such influen ces, antagonistic elements will be bar. monked and vexed questions settled amicably and honorably to all .ccn .cerned. The tardy adjustment of our State .debt shows that tie foregoing priacN pies have not only not been complied with but entirely disregarded. Now who is responsible for these unwar ranted delays nd failures to settle a debt whieli is growing more .unwieldy every day ? In all candor we hold that the blame fastens upon the Legia tures elected biennially by the people, sijoce the war. The time of these so lone has been frittered away in intro ducing cart loads of worthless bills, sil ly wr...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 January 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, ANUABY 30, 1879. RAILROAD TIKE TABLES. lhl(K,KLIialiA SewOriMM R.R. Trains leve Milan m follows oo ud after c. 8. JtSTB: Tin. 1, north, lrcvt s. a. ;i "o. 2, aonth, Xo.t. " ' FREIGHT TEAI58. No. 5. north, leaves at o. i, . No. . " " - JSe. 6, south, ho. H, " " -. No. to. " " ... 4:f0 pro ... 3:50 a to ...l-40 pm ...11:35 pm ll:S.Spm 2:3) pm . 1:40 pm 2:05 am 4:3"! pm ..... 7:15 am 3:31) pm .No. 12 Tine about fifteen minute flower than town time. J-C. LOl'bl, Agent, Uilan. J.U. MANJT.fup't. Jackson, Tenn. F. 'HA.NM.KK, O. 1'. A T. A.. New Orleans. I). B. MUKEY.tJ. T. A.. New Orleans. Loulavllle A- XaabTlIle UU S. R. R. Trains leave Milan aa follows on and after May U 1878 : r ASSrOEB TErlHg. No. 1, south, leaves at -tn an ho. X " " 1: P 0. 2, north, " S:40 pat So. 4. " " 3:j0am FBFICBT TRAINS. No. 7. south, leaves at 12:0 am No. 9, " " . .. 4:40 am No. , north. " 2: pm No. 10. ' " 2:50 am A-W. LOVIXU. Agent. C. P. ATM0RE. 0. F. CAXTWELL. en. P. A X. A. Loral Ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 January 1879

IXPMTit OS. t iLKiino rrciiT riiaxra. We rode Into ths wocdrd wst ; Below tu wide the shadows lay ; We rode, u4 Bbt ta kae.Uog 4y ; We said, ' It is too lata." The tan hu dropped Into tbe west ; The BNDttii boldi him to her breast rJhe faelda ai h tubes him to rest, For as it Is too late. "IomUmIoI tr DOW To mo, and thou to wobdar how The story poo an th bouh, While pantipg si ass-tops wait," When lol too Miracle come ea. rood-tide turn ft aaonient gone Acd far the iuo low-lying hone; The forest stood In state. Transfigured spread th silent space; The glamonr leaped shoot the plac, Aa4 tonched ur, swept from face to face, We cried, Not let too late 1" Bat one, who nearer drew then all. Leaned low and whlipved : " 8an may fall Or flesh ; dear heart I I sneak and esll Tour soul auto Its fate. " Tread brarely down life's erenlng dope. Before the night comet, do not grope t Forew thines some small, sweet hope, And God is not too late." IRENE'S LOVER. " In truth you'll not marry him T" I...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 January 1879

SOUTHERN FARM AND HOME. AaRIIILriBAI. MOTE. Entliph buttr buyers rcia! to ban. lle batter tub fastened with wire. Quite a number of horse tare been poisoned in Kansas by being fed raw castor beans. A writer in an exchange says: "I laid in a etore or od cut in piece, for my chicken house hurt winter, and found it nxtet valuable for the fowls. I packed it in one corner of the house, and before sprint- the poultry had pulled it all to piece." There would seem to be no end to big CTOf tti in year. In the north we have the largest live stock and corn crops for many years, and now comes along the south with an enormous cotton crop, amounting to 4,811,265 bales against 4,485 423 bales in 1877. ThU is the largest crop since that of 1S-39 CO, tbe greatest ever known. The following is on the wing, which if true, we nhall have to tally one lor whisky: Some years ago I was told that a mellowing drink of whisky or beer given to a sow that refuses to let her pigs suck, would indues her to adopt t...

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. — 30 January 1879

s ! I). ! m" If" THE EXCHANGE -.THURSDAY, JANUARY CO, 1879. GOT. IIA.ttPTOX'S DREAM. He Believes His Life Saved By the Prayer of His People. The editor of the Columbia (S. C.) Register, in the course of a most in terestiog account of a visit to Gov. Hampton, whom he found greatly im proved in strength and steadily i eeov ering from the severe trials through which he ha? recently passed, tells a strikiog story of a dream which the Governor had at the crisis of his ca.e. and tells it in the Governors own words. The visitor, about to take his leave, said to the Governor: "At least in all your serious illness you had . the devoted love of your own peopl." " Ah, yes, sir," was the hearty, deeptoned rcplv, " Never man more. I believe, a? confidently that I live, that the prayers of the people saved my life. I will tell you why I feel nnd believe it so firmly. Whilst I was lying here at the point of death nnd had become utterly iudifiorent Whether I lived or died, I got a letter from an ol...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 February 1879

Milan 71 nn T H A VOLTOIE V. MILAN, TEXXESSEE, FEBRUARY-0, 1879. NUMBER 48. THE EXCHANGE WADE BKOOKM, Editor and Proprirlora. M BSCRIPTIOX KATF.S. Two dollar a rear, one dolLar for sic montbr; bfty cent for three months, ikvariaklt ik o- ks:r.. C Ol XTV AX CITY DlBLtTOBV. COUNTY OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold, therin". M. C. rioliues. County Court Clerk. K. K. Haines, Chancery Clerk, Trenton. T. J. Williams. Chancery Clerk, Humboldt. Win. Moore. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M- H. Johnson, Law Court Clerk, llumbollt. II- O. Carletoo, Coroner. i. C. Lou-, Trustee. James A- Co. County Surrey.r. A.&. Currey. uperiutandent Public Schools. V . K. Cox. Kecmter. CITY OFFICEKS. V. L. Ware. Mayor. J no. D. Lajk, City Marshal. R F. Haun. J. II. ElankeusViB. 0. M'. Mar tin. K.J. KbberUon, U. X . Seymour. W. II. Algoe. Aldermen. churches. BaMW Church street. J. P. Weaker. Pastor. Preaching every Sunday. 1'rayer meeting Thursday erenicc. fc'unday-s ,-hool 0a.m. Meiliodi.-t Xurth Main street. J M Maxwell, ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 February 1879

TENNESSEE SOlTHLIiX EWS HEMS. Orsntrn ar selliBg at $1.50 per hun dred in Florida. A snow-white buck iecr wu killed in Amelia county, Va, laet week, Alabama pays thirty cents a day for feeding prisoners. The total thus paid out Ut-t year was 58.H0.S2. Pare county. Virginia, bM foctythr distilleries. 3cly one aiakes whisky, all the rtsi making appte-ia;k. During th pa-t year there were paid into tbe Loi-5inn treasury $1,(504,033.(16, and expended $2,405,332.21. The debt of Columbia, S. C, w nearly SOiJ.C-O, ihoiteh her charter forbids her contracting a oebt of $euO,CKX). The Pratber cotton mills, erected at Vnien Depot, Tenn., at cost of $30,000, were sold last week for-49,500. Knoxville, Tenn., owes $207,-)00, and payment is demanded on $40,003 ol it, with do ajeney in the treasury to pay it. A committee has been cent south from ivnn, Ua,tn select a iocation for a com pany of 100 shoeniakere and theCr families. Col. Ii. W. Jamison, recently re-elected city attorney of Macon,Ga..blew...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 February 1879

KAKM AM HOME. T?K linif !;' rt. For Bnn.s. Tne stin ot billed egg is the nio-t t fa carious remedy that cn be applied to a b oil it carefully, wet and apply it to the part affected. It will draw off the matter and relieve the Horenewi in a few hour. Simple but efficacious. O.nions. An exchange says it is net generally known that raw onions sliced and p4, ab;ut in saucer or plates ah-orb conta-ion in the &k, audio tat pleati fully of them before breathing iuVcted air if a afa-guard against it. They re power ui but. Ufm'e'M in their p.niitcptic properties. S simple a really being within ev ry body's reach, it would he well i! it could become generally known Covei.in; roiiTilESiif'K. The Hottse keeper's C'inpiirii.n advis never to u-e anything but Itpht blankets fs led-C"V-erinj tor the sick. 1 he heavy -cotton iui pervious counterpane is bad, for the very reus m that it keeps in the emana tions ro.n the sick person, while ti'.e blanket allows them to pt- through Weak patients are ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 February 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. 6, 1879. STATE ITEMS. Jeba Clinton hag been confirmed by the Senate a postmaster at Browns- m. A bill has been introduced in the legislature to create a new State out of Eat Tennessee. A Methodist preacher by the name of Knox was arrested in Lawrence county, this etate, last Thursday, for an attempt at rape on the person of Mrs Lutse. If guilty, b should be made a terrible example of. Geo E. Schooley, who robbed the Adams express company of ten thou s&ni dollars in March, 1876, and who iubsequenlly escaped from jail, return ed to Nashville Ust week, gave him self up, and is now in jail to aw..it trial. Selicitors for.the state in Davjdson county have filed bills in Cham-ery court- agtunst Thomas W. Cnudwell, defaulting back tax collector, d Robert Chadwell, Thomas Chadwell and John Taylor, seearities, to recover an unknown4large amount of money due the state and county which was collected by Chad el) and unaccounted for. In April, 1874, Chadwell was e...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 February 1879

THE EXCHANGE ... . THURSDAY, FE1?V 6, 1879. BAILBOAD TIME TABLES. Chlea.ce, ML Loa la XwOtImm B.B. Tra)SnI.ve Milan m foile-- aod iSlr: lh. a. liCH: MSglSGKE TI4IM. "S: 1. north, leave at Jio. S, " ; No. 2. teeth. .. " ftltlOHT T1AIS8. . 4:00 pm 3:50 am I'i:40 pin 11:30 pin 5. rth. teas.ee at 11:35 pm , V " 2:211 if in i ,:: i:tipui . .,. " .. 2:triainl No.. " - - - . :' P I No. 1H. " 7:lom ! Jio. i. " " 3:lim i Tim about mteen minnres slower iun town time. J-C. L'jFLZ. A rent. Milan. J.O. MANN'.rfup't, Jackson. Tenn. F. CHANIiLKK. 0. V. k T. A.. 2'ew Orleans. U. B. MuREV.Mi. T. A., New Orleans. LealaTlII Safa vlll tit. S. K. K. Trains tear Milan aa follow! on and after May 12.1878: raasEKOEi Ttaiss. 'e.l.aeutb. Waves at. 4:20 am o. S, ' " 1:00 pin Jio. 2. north. " , 3:40 ..m Jio. 4. " " :0Qam PKEIGHT TsUINt. y. 7. ath. leavea at. 15:40 am No... " " tJ No. I. north. " :l. " " 2:50 am A.W. LOVIStf. ArenU e. P. ATMORE. 0. F. CAKTWELL. tien. P. A T. A. Local Ticket Jifi- inALL CHANGE. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 February 1879

1UC1HU 1 I l.I.A. r.N. Over the rim- on tbe l.i-1 Lictb fiiiage wm ai.i f l AH arou-il tt the f'rt t- i-'li.Tr r.d ftii-.t.er i; the lir-rt.;--r?r it Ktiiir.g ihaI..T O! oar!r hak i I Kreamini cro Ai.J mountan grav., lov rni feet, Grow in the lu-.ddie. cf twr iitwU Cvr The nr.r iiriopr t!.f t.Iil Al i t TiiluT ia-tf. tt.il; 1 L- r- f ( in tBi- f Im 'r tvcft 7-.. v ' i, f'a ttl ti....en.d I -ht; j .1; i -.a Jit.iu u::th' dtr S2i' tsv cirl t the livr -iio-p ; Acd In the roa is r.o irra?. i"" For t'-.e wiieeii 'hT ii"" to J ,r; Ju :i-. rill .we on the fciU ye-r !.s t'i.cl cf ttauriT r ttsill: The r -uie. a-e t :ii.rehfV witH jx-,.,,.anl frn-Pis: - r f i(t to toli til- li'ui&; 7: f inarwe d)ora are n!ar:.va -hut ; You r?rri: err-r 'n rtv! or hut ; ii JW v i.nprs lie Shir-fi.; J-Vf-r r. -..-.ib tn lo'-c c- re.p; Vtf'f.-r 1' '1 ! - : or -;-.;e Ml-.: Ir !' W L : V. v 1.'. a ! ti .y :i-. ' hi 1 v f e 1 - ur . ;';: v I Ii '-re, " its a.''! or-rr ,H (T- V.' ; . -., 4 i r-U I .1 i 1a ; , ....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 February 1879

l..i.l. ti jr .. i-u Prl.als'rr. T'f il :-t'n H rorre in-iei t hi W',, (-UT, Mj-v. iiWs f ill.tWs Tm r'a a- now livirp in 'l it city two l.eiiii-u who, i-r-.y-'"ir y"; ri H).'0 th: month, w. ic ;?r. uiiitr-iil cbii'.ictera in t!;e tuI if thfSjuni-li f irHte ii the United StiiKi ciTuil C 'lirl t IVwtiin, wfiirti resulted in the l.auir'r.;; of live men ijikii orn pilloir-od the It'tn ol tuoe, 133 these penli.-rrifn were pr -nt al Hie executi-m of t'ie death sentences, and rrcent conversation wiih them have brought out the particulars of an atro ciUH crime and in terrible punishment, which are but d.inly recollected even by those wboee ti-mvr rpfi'-hes back to that le. Mr. TJiomf.s C N'-rcriwa. o. the firm of J. W. l'uisie &. Cj , FM.ns or the jury mn who ai upon the case, and afterwards attMid.-d t!-e hanging', having gained ailruiioa a" a medical man by the connivarjre of (.ff y of the court. He was th- yoiintre-t mtn on tha jury, and is aj faraa he knows, t he!e ;irvivor ot the ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 February 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. C. 1879. and Yellow rever-.IM Causet ature. Yellow fever or yellow jack, with Mack vomit, ia called vometo. The disease is more peculiar to the western continent. Yellow fever will break out at the same time in different parts of the same town or city, where com munication with infected districts are impossible. It does not spread from one house, locality or district to an other iu regular progression, often ravaging certain localities and spar ing others in an immediate ueigalwr liood where the inhabitants are in con stant communication. Epidemic yellow fever is often lim ited to ouo part of a city or town, oc casionally on one fide of the street, or a single residence and one room of a liouse or family, or even a single room of a house, or family, or even a single room in the attic story ot a building and those below escape. Individual and sporadic cases often supervene when no epidemic prevail. The ending and preparatory ser sons for the disease are, f...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 February 1879

iiumiiimw iwimuiLLjmiiw iwiiiiw n 1 1 n imim n tiLmmuLtJimsjMMimMuumtVfia'BBiiM' . -7rrrr- . -: " " The ""Milan Exchange. VOLUME V. MILAN., TENNESSEE, FEBRUARY 13, 1879. NUMBER 49- THE EXCHANGE WARE Sc. BROOKN. Editors and Propri-(ora. M BMBIPTIOV RATKS. Two dollars a year; one dollar for six month.': ttxj occta for threo mouth?, inyajiiablt in iu- 1 ANCK. tOl'STT A 3D CITY DIKtlTOItY. COCXTY OFFICE?.?. J. B. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. It. E. Rainei, Chancery CJirL, Trenton T. J. Williams. Chancery Clerk. Humboldt. Wro. Moore, Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M n. Johnson, Law Court Clerk, 11 uwbolc't. 0. Carletoc. Coroner. J. C. Lonit, Trontce. James A- Cox. County Surveyor. A. S. Currey, Superintendent Public School. X. II. Cox. Register. CITT OEFICLK.'S. V. I.. Ware. Major. .in. i. D. hatk. City jlirihal. R F- Haun. J. H. Blankenahip. G. W. Mar ,tin, K.J. Kohertjoo, t. A", Seymour. W. 11. Alga. Aldermeu. CnCKCIIEP. Kautist Church t trcet. J. P. Weaver. Pcctor. Frca...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 February 1879

WADE s 13HOOIt, IB I Till 11 urlllTOH MILAN. J ZH NESSEE St. LoCia i-' ioroO'-nttJ Ly the noie of church hfiJ. nJ an ordinance in under discussion prohibiting the ringing of bells of over Eve pounds in weight. That would silence several fine chime, and it is likely that a compromise meas ure will I adopt-d, restricting t. e rirc ing t certain hour. Norman Lot'KYER has been measure ing with bis scientific tapeliue the mountains on the win. One hundred and five miles is the height el their prin cipal jeaks whde the iople on the sun lookou everything under forty or fi.'ty miles bigS us mere hills, and no doubt they are in the bsl it of using mountains like our tal!e-t ones for out of-door pots to cellars. Now thfU nf end beer to Germany, it may be interesting to know the amount of that fluid nsumed there. The whole German Empire last, year drank 841,i5$.9::.r gallons of beer. The amount of tver rent to Germany in 1S78 ws S14 gallons. Havana consumer! more than fifty-three gallons iter ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 February 1879

FAKM AND HOMI- run HMIO. It n:y afford a trurcb of chwio t to Amerkau aericulturi-ts who are dread ing the results of overproduction, to know that English writer like Mr. Caird have forcibly summed-up the broad view of the present state ot matters, when they tell us that quite one half of each loaf consumed in England is of foreign orisin; that one-tourth part of their whole meat and dairy produce cornea to them from across the sea, and that al most the entire additions which may hereafter be sought to fill the ever-multiplying mouths ol their dense popula tion must be drawn from other lands. A " handy thing" to have in the house is a jar or hotiie 01 lime-water. Pour vater over unpacked lime (the quantity is not important, as only R certain amount will be slacked), and cork up tor use. A spoonful of clear liquid stirred into miik, croaro or bread upouge in dan ger of iurir.'. will prevent that catas trophe. I; a! dean- bottles, etc., that .,.,nV-ti (!. ir. A ierstn who ttee.ls inii...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 February 1879

irrnn- m nr,.ii i imnfi THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. 13, 179. The Brownsville Bee says Dr Drorn goole'a book onyelbw fever is l'uii of errors from beginning to end. Cor rect ! Brownsville Bee: A j:ood many of our jcitizejiS have secured country retreat, in anticipation of yellow fever in Brownsville the coming cummer. The San Autonia (Texas) Express states that First Lieutenant W. II. VT. Jones, formerly of thU State, has been appointed Regimental Adjutant of the Twenty-fourth Infantry, U. S. A. Clarksvilla Tobacco Leaf: There Ls a gentleman living in East Tennessee by the name of Adam Piiool. Siuee there is nothing in a name, we nominate him for Goveruror next time. Judge N. W. McC'onnell i to le tried next Monday the 17th of this mouth at Carthi ge before the Chan cellor for ljting iuoruneteut to till the position of Circuit Judge, on various grounds. The Appeal "gutter uni'ie" is nosing out a wonderful tight of filth and gar bage in the streets and alleys of un fortunate Memphis. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 February 1879

I THE BXCIIAX GE THURSDAY. FEB'Y 13. 187'J. BAILKO.tb TlVJt TiBLtS. Train i-re .MUan Tiiow on atd after l)u. B, lsVs : ri.'SEjioKB T&AiKri. ". 1. nrrtb. leave, at No. S. " .. 4:n0pnj 3:.'0a.ii No. 2. iocth, ' ..... li:40 pm ........... iLJo put PP.riCHT TEil Nn. 6. north, lesvee at ...ll:35pm ' .... -:-J pni o. 9. " 1:4.. pm No. 6. south, 2:1 am o. s. " 4: pm ; So. I.'. " 3::);in time. J-C. L 1'EZ. iernt. Milan. J. G. MANN, riip't. Jack on. Ten n. "F. ( IIAN lI.Ei;, U. I". A 1- A..NewOrkaa. 1. B. MuKEY.G. T. A.. NewOrl.yiii.". LouiMVflle A- ithvlll 4.1. H. R. K. Train" lnve Milan aa lullowt on and alter Yiay iaTS : rAPMEKGEK TKiIS3. No. 1, outh. leave at 4:i0 am No. 3. " Nil. north, " , .4. ' S:Uaui ?To. 7. south, leaver at No. 9. " ' .No. H. north. " '".'.'.'.'Z.. 4-40 a m So. 111. ." " 2;5uain A. W. LlJViM!. AenU C P O. F. 0AN1 W ELL. Gen. i". A 1. A. Lo.i l icket A"t-1 t .11 A L.li CIIAAGC. March winds legin to biow here. A national colored convention will : jneet in Nashvill...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 February 1879

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