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

A TREASURY ROMANCE. Kitty Rayne eat in the veranda and whistled " Within a Mile of Edinboro' Tewn," while John Fenwick sat in the parlor and scowled fiercely at the por trait of that young lady banging over the mantel. But scowling didn't seem to have much effect on the portrait, and his anger seemed to have about aa much on the original. The truth of the matter was, there had . been a lovers quarrel. They bad been engaged for six month. ' That was a long time for Kitty to keep her flirtation propensities in check. But : she bad done it, and congratulated her self on the victory she had gained. Why is it that tut aa soon aa we think we have ourselves under control, something comes along to tempt us, and in a good many cases we find that we are not masters of ourselves after all. I don't know why itjis, I am sure. Kittie didn't either. But just about the time ehe began to plume herself on her con quest, Carl Davenport came along, and itraightway up popped the old penchant for flirtin...

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. — 6 March 1879

.THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MARCH C, 1879. ii i Wit this' week the Exchange be gins iU sixth voluiue.' rHw year o tie paper rnaJe itoppenuice ith fear and trerabiing, and during great part f U exihteeoe it has Lad much discouragement . to -contend jaainst. 4-t Jjrueawe were almost fisuiy . to gjvfi up in despair. Cut, -with the encouragement of a few true friends. ''(who have' been' friends Jn I l, r ' . 'Hi. . deed,) we have waijbered Jhctvia, and the paper is now on a much firm er footing than ever before. ' Our cir filiation is rapidlj increa:, ,pur advertising-patronage . is large ; and prompt paving,' and c.vr job work 'is iucrea'uig for ajl which we thank: our friend. .W. will endeavor to jnake the papef this year better than .ever. Increase yourpatronage, friends, and we will improve the paper jn the same rato. After an all-night session, Congress adjourned last Tuesday at noon. All jthe annual appropriation bills, except the legislative, executive and. judicial bill, and the arm...

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. — 6 March 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MARCH 6. 1579. KAILKOAJ TIME TAVLUK. Train lear AUUa a follow! n and aiW Xe. ft, iS7e : So. 1, north, leaves at 3 o. i. . .,. . fto. 2, sosrth. - o. ' " .v ..... 3:50 ain .. 12 4ptn ...... 11:30 pu rtUUBT TIA1.VS. T... 6. BJrth. leaves ,t , ......LJIrT' pm .:. " " -I- " " l:4Upnt S.. ti. ninth. U 'Jf n So. S. " " 4:30 pin " - " - ...... 7:15 am '. 1. " " ,-, ;J0u Tim about fci"Ue ik.w;-io tooja tint. J- t LOPEZ, Agent. Milan. J.O. MAN'N.Pnp't.Jack.nn.Tenn. " K. UIA.M'I.KR. J. f. TA..eirOr!eaiu. J. 11. MOKti . ti. I. A- Jiew Orleea. . IoUvillc A Kakaaelllo Wfc ULK.B.B. Trains tear Milan as fellvw on uid after M.jrUlBTS: ra&ir.Kcrg raaisg. 1. south, leaves at.., ........"...'. :flanj So. . " " 1:00 pio o. 2. aarili. " 3:44 im Ko. 4. " " ... 3:60 am rgllGHT T81IS9. Jfo. 7. swath, U?s at...., .,ti P) am Nl.V, " " 4:ara N o. 8. north. " 2:iW pm " " 2:;)ui A. W.LOVZJW. Agent. C. P. ATM0HE. 0. r. CANTWEJ.L. , (ton. y. t 'l. A. Local Ticket Ac t- an AVI. CIIA.GK. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 March 1879

, UftIKK "nr. MOW. . ' . .... I!owa in tba a ltey iiudr the bin . Prorpth tbeecwCaktawbltesnd etlll. Wrapping tlM Violet Mr mj fet' " Co4 and attfl lit lu lodlcg-tWI. Mm?, alaal art tbe bm Ital lie Cold ud pale 'Brrth tb wirier aky; M U7 the dear oom i leaping low U adirtha eat et at diVrca anew.: Pim It gently, the pradoat monad, r u end white V It m fcawi I ; ' Holy aogele their r.&il keep WhewmydarUotwaeleidtoelaea. " Cold eod wintry Ue earth K Tt my "Jtit win ety tb: Moram end nliht bt heart will go Oat bi tie nJlrr BBder Um eoow. Whom tawo the wintry valee of Mb Wandai Um tprlng of tint beaTwrilr ell Whoa theee fatten of ala and death Mettaway la rtagrnlal breath VkM itta llf ht from tfaagoldea bale Kartfc'a dear winter with gladDeM thrJo Pneeoaa Aowera will bloom, 1 knew, UMaa now nata tba wtatre- anew. ' Bur Kew HeiirWiDrs at Ponlapon. BT T. B. AID RICH. When I mw the little house building, ja eighth of a mile beyond my own, on the Old Bay road, I wondered who were to be ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 March 1879

FARM ASD HOiE. DiBMr Work la Wllr- " In tine of peacsj prepare or war," is a venerable maxim, applicable to tbe farmer aa well u to the wldier. The farmer should occupy at let a portion of the peaceful, leisure dart, and long evening of winter, peparig tor th active campaign or the ensuing eummer In field, orchard and garden. Now, in the early part of tbe year, is the time to study and mute"' plans for the approach mg eanii. Every wise husbandman will give much tl.oght to tbe subject of changes und improvements upon his premise. With a map oi hb firm be lore him he run en-iiv mark the course to be pursued "nd decide aa to tbe best manner i.f accent oliehirg the objects dea r-ired. It is not brut to be in a hurry, however, for i is al rsvs wine to carefully digest a plan bwe deciding to adopt it in practice. The betuer way is to con eider the pros and cons until satisfied as to the advantages of any proposed chargi in your system A culture or management. Any farmer who cultivates 'ro...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 March 1879

-j . . off" w THE EXCHANGE THUIiSDAY, MARCH 6. 1579. opcnwl a ficH for action of the too prevaleut notion that it i righf, or excusable to swindle the state, and it Take, for iiutinec. turnpike compa nion, block w as ukeii in uicm cfore tie war, under laws the condition unl re?tric?ion. of which, if rigidlj and iaithfully fulfilled, would have protecs Kd the Suit from all loss. Thetate issued bonds to thtiu to the ainoum ,-f 1,3.0G. 'He condition an' restrictions of the law were not faith fully observed. The burden of th boiid;) and the intcr?t thereon siix-. I.Sol huve been upon the peIr!, an i the btatt: has received since the w SI O'iX00 in dpi eciatel bowls aim coupons. The facts with reference t.. the investments in banks art- known. They resulted in heavy losses U th jieopje. We came now to the legislation ami etou of ready corporations wnce the war and vrior to the adoption of tli- present jo!itiiut;oij. If presents a ! carnival of revelry aud corruption. ; Previous Investiga...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 March 1879

MILAN CHANGE, HE Hi 2 MILAN, TEXNTESSEE, MAfiCli 13j 1879. NUMBER 2 VOLUME VL THE EXCHANGE WADE jfc BROOM, Editr mad rraprlMon. KriMCKIFTlOX BATKS. , Ta dollars a )w; ore dollar for fix month'; fcflT ecaU for three months, iistaiiablt in ad- VAKCI. - . . - COtiTT ASD CJTT rilitlTORY. COCNTT OFFICERS. J. B! Arnold', Sheriff. K. C. Holme! Co'untr Coiirt Clerk. B. . Kaioet, Citan:ery Clerk. Trenton T, J. William. Chancery Clerk. Humboldt. yfn. Moora, Circuit Clerk. Trenton. IJ- H. Johnaun, Law Court Ckrk. Uumbott't. B- 0. Carleton. Coroner. t. C. Lent, Trojtoe. Jamei A. Cox. County SnrTeyor. A. 6. Carrey. Superintendent Public Spools, f .'. Cox. EUcister. crrr officers. . i V. L. War. Mayor. J do. P. I.uak, City Marshal. R. F. Haun. J. U. BlanLatfhif.O. W. Mar ' tin. R.J. Robertson. G. Y Jsoymoor. W. H. Algae. Aldermen. y. enrr'en'ss. Iwtiit-fkirfli ptreet, J.t. Vevcr. Ptor. Preaching erory Sunday. Prayer meeting Thursday evening. Pundny-s -lino! 9 a'. m, Mothodiit Nar',b Main treet; 3...

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

Nfc ISEE Three rocked robbei. enter d a hou'e in a Milwaukee suburb, and had packed a larse quantity of jewelry and clothing for removal without disturbing any of the inmate, when they came upon a younz woman fast asleep in bed. An impulrive robber lifted his mask and kissed her, and the awoke and screamed compelling the gang to decamp without their booty. Our Louisiana sugar growers are call ing loudly for an invention which some of our ingenious readers ought to eupply, namely ,a cane-mill which will largely in crease the yield of juice obtainable by current methods of pressing. At present but little over half the juice is extracted even in the best managed mills, the ma jority of platers failing to realize so much aa 50 per cent, of the possible yield of their cane. The problem may present many dficuities, but it is well worth attempting, A 'tpavelino conesj-ondent of the New" York Herald snys. The south is the only part of the United States that can afford a good (-peculation in...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 March 1879

Tin: rirtL 1RBOW. BT LIIH CaRKT. V My father bad t fair-hal el taarT-atar ; tlmriwl b bio Bin. It tn b l-f-laiil ; Aid ib-i ut iri :ase in uiJ btJ"i ' V cnl, aiiling 1'M tco rn ' E tan Umii Utile loe-l"r Mr, Lwtrri of som Wrd ; and while ": ' Athwart thoitainim mrwtld heart kept bating the tun. tp wlik Wm all th. way. o time w. rb d br t limpid ttroam. O'er which tba looK-tongutd wUlowa whl-pcrod low; A , biMd boor long od long tgo, It conwth back tip "" And there be told me. bloihlng oft-ah me 1 Of one that he eoald loe-o younr to fair, Like mine the color of her ejraa and hair ; O foollab heart! I thought that I waa ehel Foil flowed hie manly beard ; hie erra eo brown. Made ewawt confeaalon with their Mnder look ; A tbouaaDd tlmea I kiwed him la the brook, Acre the flowere-wlth baihlul eyehdi down. And eren yet I cannot hear the itlr Of wlllowe by a water but I etop. And down the warm warm all their length I drop Hj empty arma, to Sod my harTeaWr. n all hU epeech there wae no word...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 March 1879

THE EXCHANGE TUUIWIIAY, MARCH I". !S79. Dr O. 15. Thornton, Prtsident of the Memphis Board of Health, offici ally states that there h no yellow fe er Ihcre, and has leen none cinei th ICth of Decernher. That nught to silence the slanderers of unfortun ate Mem 'his. . We give in another column a syn opsis of the minority report on the f tate debt by the Legislative ("jlnmit tee. It id a strong document. Aft r reading both sides, we have deliber ately concluded that we ought to com promise the debt on the best terms jioseiMe, and do it t once. Let ls then go to work and pay it, 'lite lit tle men." We are pleased to learn that Our friendsMessrs George E. Purvis and 'James T. Bell, in connection with Dr Clark, have bought a controlling in terestfu the Naahville Banner. These gentlemen have had much experience, kudjtre fully competent to make the Banner one of the best dailies in the Kouth. The Exchange hereby gives them the right hand of fellowship. Memphis! Appeal: The Southern t-xprej...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 March 1879

THE EXCHANGE Tin-iiisinY MAW1I 13. 1879.1 i i. . ' BUi.Ko.tu ti.uk i cbir.t.. i.ii!ufesew "' ! t-..:.,. i i;i.a as follows on and iftor Vc.t. ITS: ,va SD.l,iortb.lfrtlt 'o. . , fco. 2. south. ho. . i'o I. north, leaves at Aw. o. south. - So. f, " X - 111 " " 4:00 pm 3:50 am 12:40 pm ll:3." pm ..ll.-ttpm .. .n ... l:U)pm "II". mn ... 4::f.m ! Cam n I'TIl Time about fifteen minute. sn er thii in U, u li..e. -' KX. A cent. Milan. J O MAN.rup't..I:ieksoi.vTe,in. K ll sNOl.KU, .;. I'. 1- A.. -New Orleans. It. b. MolitY.. T. A. .New Orleans. . . ". Lwenavllle A h1hIII l. K. K. M. Trains leave Milan as lol'uws on and alter Hay 12. lfrVS : 5. 1, south, leaves at o. 3. " " i.2. north. " I... 4. - FBI1GHT THINS 'o. T, south, leaven at . B. " " .No. , north. " . 1U. " " pill 3:4" i in 3:&0aui ...,12:40 am .. 4-4" am .... 2:W lui .... 2:50 am A W. LOViNU. Afent P ATMOSE. O. F. CAM W tl-U Gen. P. A T. A. Local ticket At- SHALL. CIIAXWE. Everybody is gardening. Flowers and leaves are peeping ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 March 1879

th: tii: ;oij oi t. - Km ! In' n..-n "".! a mirier! w3, ni -i! tlti- v.un XUf- fritlidy ihv , Ho ib .i-:,cr tot itin ut t tin:'. on. WsM,;a he that fbli i"r amil H t.uB-h h. anJ oho t i mminde, Uhif!?, t'o-iif -r IhwIt. . Withi u! ioul'V lie...' iarmina-iT' " '-iTm h0 in :.J- "" &. f.nc!! Ihe ti.U ! n in l' 'r Noil- V.. r: d " " l"'!".we' kDt'"ln' Wrt-' .. , . i- 'hit Ku nd. Ha.--, ..,v iKn l!''n v .4 nr- h , pi"""" OT ,ouht- , . . j li i me ... i. - (-ii! rltff'f dark occaa. H It-- t: .e !. "' " U: "n)' Aa4 n ;ict.-n. " k'3'1 enotion Ae fb (.;.! 1 ' I'0' va-wieiaud- UHVB fc,t'i'.lt0..T Of llllir. (mv thJ.J.l in witaout a doubt, rV lul l aa.lif wait. as yet but Mela liiat (be tide U out. MY AUNT'S WILL. " We are none of as perfect, thank ooliMVH," said Caroline, my eldest smtor. with aa aggravating laugh. "I d .1 .t claim to be a paragon, by any urun, it would take qualities liUJn klmrt oi saint's to pole down in the country and hobble throujh life at Um Uck of a fractious old w...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 March 1879

MCnEUX. TkUX AND HOME. mrm Callmrr. " Ttm suckers," axy H. M. Engle, in a f TlM tP" .PaY, "should, under all circcm. unc be taken off before tbey eppro prif le 'tcy, D1Ucb ubtDce which the n'ain Ulk uli receive, Mt under 'jo circumstance. l!ow Backers to tassel, for, whaler r'n m7 uken 10 briDg or kep corn atiu greatest pertee tion by selection of the po'.len frcm the eurker may undo what has been rained by of careful selection. I would w'x.u hmk of breedinp irom a ciub male to a thoroughbred animal, a to have the pollen IrHn ucker c&rt upon an exciLent variety of corn. It in Imq well known that the pollen from a neighboring field is ottenti me carried to an almost incredible distance, and cons srquently may caune mote mixture than ia det-irable." a ewi Uurlh Haawlas. A eort of trsiJe-Mcret smong uphol-literer-, it t said, i this recipe for rid ding furniture (it troths : A net of iurni turn that M-en-ed to be alive with the lavff, and fr-! which hundred of these peU had bftn pi...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 March 1879

f TJJEHXCilANGE THUTiSDAY, MARCH.- 13.. 1879. A Goat f u Court. , , Quite an excitement and : ludicrous scene incurred last Wednesday in th. chancery court room. This nwt i no'w heli in the new and eLanth fini'died office of the clerk ana master, in the chancery. Hock. Ilk honor, Jud,j.e Scy was ,011 the : liencu, pv ridin?; with his u.-ual . dignity, while Mr Wm Daniel was arguing the New Providence mill case. The hack door Vjeniu into the hall. stood open,, and IXViji( l's old iiil'.y goat, being pursued hy fconie nneghty I ys, sought refuse id the hal!, and finding the door open, "walked into court without any cert-, inoiiy. whatever. It was one of the clearest cases of t-urprise that we have ; 'ver seen ,in the court house, f he judge w:b3 surprised, the att irnev- - -1 '.i ll l-ii .were surprised, .the deputy N0I ill was , ....iil not to lkf t!if nifttiT lo t',u "uurt may s.cm meet aii'l proper in ns- uq'! '.u., aua not to inane ine iiL.ui.r g.r:iilflluJ l ru:t.cuug their rieat...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 March 1879

r IT TTTT k virir 1 17 a p h te 11 Sii JJCLJ. VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, MARCH 20, 1879. NUMBER 3. AT in HIE EXCHANGE! MA lit: A KKOOHS. Editor nnf I'ropri-'lar. Kl liSt KITTION RATIK. Two dollar a y-ar: no dollar f..r tix nion'hr; bff emu fur three lOuthi. l.ofABiAfiLT is ad aCS. COt'STl" AXO il V Dill IX TO BY. COL' XT Y omCERf. J. P. Arn.li Sheriff. X. C. Holme, t'uuiiTy Court C!-r1c. K. K. I'.nintf, (a a 'jerry Cirri, Trenton- 1. J. William. Chinr-fTy C'l'rk,- HutuboIJt. 5. H. S. H-n-WCt. ii. ). fri.t -,-n. Coruuer. J. C. LonftrusU'. Jain? A- C'oi. Cfuiity Surveyor. -H.t.Corrcr.Sui.eriutendi-utPob.IcP.boo??. R-t011' K'tT- C1TV OITICKKS. V. L Ware. Maror K F. lUun. J. JI. BUnktDf hi. G. W. War- tio. H. J. Kol'erin:i, (. iV if e j auia r. AV . l . ciiuitciins. Bavtt Church ptn:t-t. J. P. Wciver. Pator PrifttciiinF evui-y Sunday. Cia-r uifrliii; TUur.diy evenine. Sunday-? ImI n. in. l!.-i)id:..t urth Jlin stn-irt. J -! Mumrll relur. Prca 'hinr ev-ry fSuu.Uy. Prayur fui-tin; Tav.-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 March 1879

t Wivxiz: nnooiiB, rtiTtn mo riormtoii. MILAN. - TTeNNSSSEE The great objection to tbf Tennessee law compelling inturance companies to pay the full amount ot the policies when the loss is total is that it offers induce ments to incendiarism ; but the compan ies have brought it upon themselves by their attempt to take advantage of every leeal quibble to avoid the payment of claims that are just. OifE-THiBD of Chicago's population is German, and a nearly equal propor tion of the public school teaching is done in the German language. The board ot education proposes t exclude all lan guages except English from the schools, unless taught Him ply as accomplishments, and the Germans are holding public meetings in opposition to the measure; The Railway Age puts the annual cost of working a Pullman car, including the employes' pay, at $4,000. To defray ' the cost of maintaining and running, let alone the profit, an average of seven berths a night must be kept up. The company keep up the disc...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 March 1879

llll. Ml 111AK I". Veil.) O, 'I be w'pv- w!niJ t cut to V w rr- cLfH-l his c &t up to l.li cn:n, :.d p'.S'l bu cti-' '. it ti h.-i:i. Win llurr.e. o! fuut fijiei ! tlitTl-e from iiit cp blown orei w cold eyes. " l). ho '." lie um'trrM low, ' I I make things asr? wherrTr I go!" Zed nmt he cau where loo elm bonzh, Th.ugh stripped of il lely gmaDt Low, Ki'.i Id in Bnjrs, twinning, whit dunlin Biotey-pouch te thought. O, ho! I d like to know," Bt crirl, " who wove and tied this to! 'Tis ft miser's pocket, made tu bold Far out cJ the common read his gold I'll ciiok td jingie It well about. Aid toes (he laugned) 1'U empty It out 1" O, ho, Merrily O, With his pufied-out chetk and Itbero! Inow, He thook the branch with a wicked glee, tut nue- a chink or jingle heaid he! I-'ot gleam ol coin nor a trinket shone All that the pouch onoe held wa gone t " O. ho 1" He whittled low, As he shook It eech war, to and fro, 'lis only a hard's neat, after all, tut. ah, how firm tor a thing to small I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 March 1879

Louisville Foundry and Machine Shop. 8. E. COR. MAIN AND TENTH STREETS. Geo. .Ainslio. .A.. J Cochran. J. "V. .A-inslio. AINSLIE, COCHRAN & Co.; manufacturers tit .. . i. r THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1879. Three "taoDiishiDers" were forcibly released from the Harts villc jail last SunJay by tiitir friends. Druggist- and Apothecary) It A -West Biclo 3VXixx J3t. MILAN, TENN. niBanner Store creat' tcr, ( Oi of rt tiUlO Tl is h Mas l'itt y chai a ci T ti-t I'M" ij.H. I U-r .U Ml th. pi. tri in' pc er ile tli ti ?i tl t c. f c i i t TLe Atuctic-ttu says aCout two Luu-1 Jred negroes from adjoiuiDg counties I 'Ml there for Kansas last Monday. Tbey will be lad enough to come back before a year pus:. ; - '' I According to an article in th Tjy-! crsburg Gazette, beaded "Our Offi 'Year," tbe editor of that paper is one j of the richest and most unfortunate men in this part of the state. Colonel, 'is this not vcur "ofT-veainsomeother 'repects. ' A PLtuti: on the New Orleans, i "liI.-o rr. X- Si Tv...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 March 1879

J, Tin: exchange THURSDAY, MARCH 20. 1879. RAII.KWAD lint: TABI.K. rbic,c.t.i-A rrorir-B R.n. ' 4-nopm ' ,H:!';'a I-:4'l pm V . Nn. 1. north, le&vtsat Nu. 3. " S, ooth. " N. 4. ,- ftlir.HT IEA1S8. No. 5. njrti. leaven ' M:V P Nu.T. " " J:-""pm Nu. . -.No. li, iionth, S. 1. " Nu. K " No. l- " 1 ina about t im. iy".Ziy.lZlliy.'.Z'. 2:if mm : iZZ'ZZZ:" 71 ' 2:im ! fifteen tiiiiu'' (dower than town ; J. c. Ia.V&a. Arent. Milan. ! J ti M ANN. rap't. Jackson. Tenn. K. I ilA.M'l.Hl. j. K Al- A.. .'e Orleans, J b. .'.iuUL V. H. T. A.. New Orleans. Janivt Hie A: ill A Ut. Si. K. It. j Train l-av Siilan an lollows on and aim , Mu U.iJ7n : TASSKNGfE TIIAIX.S No. l.f'Hlt1!, !llV t o. 2. " ' No. 2. n-Tt'i. S. 4. " " i.f ! in 'i: 00 am I t EIGHT T1NS. o. T. iuth. 1ot9 ul .. " '. 8, north. " - 1". " " 4() m 4:4ii!in 1 ' A- V . J,'IV iXO. An-nt. C. 1'. ATMORE. C. F. CANTW ELL. , ien. 1'. i 1. A. Lo. al 1 icket Ak t Play Lis lunch every day at his sa loon, wkh pleases hi custocers j muchly. ...

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