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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 July 1879

SOUTHERN FAP.M ASD IIOJIT. riih (a I are. I will give you my experience in fish culture lor the lant fittceaeara.. I finifhHi buildine my fib pood in the fall ot 1SC3, hut did rot fill it with water until the spring pf TSp4. It is f rent shaped, .trjvex Vu&T dee-fourth. c i cre If tM tjM tbe ,0e?r il'to tnd'wiiKlftverfge two and a call ft deep all over, "in euppli'd whh watr from tvt rlwparate and dia'inct s'.iinga ot uniform flx H j -tiecily jrunrd-d from overflow by hiu-fride dilcbe, and is in full view and couvertieut disUace from my residence. I commenced stock ing it with 6h in April 1864, and dur ing the y&i I put into ix over three hundred finh. nn-tttly peich of different varieties, and had a negro man to feed them evf-rj rooming ; l.y winter I bad tbouarda of email fry, and bv next spring there were nt&uy little, but very few large fib put in an appearance, boon ajter freedom" my fih-letdr left and jnever .returned, and the fish have ben like " ueep without a ah...

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. — 3 July 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 3. 1879. THE DROUTH I!f THE WORTH WEST. LBtaTmbIe Accounts f th tJrowinf Crp. Chtea-e Cerracpendenne of the Jew York Com vereial BoileUa. Tb weather has been Terr dry all over the Northwest dunnz the Dre est week. This has been, of course, a farorable condition for the harvest of the early winter . wheat, with which good progress has been made. The general opinion now upon the open ang of harvest is, that so far as quali ty is concerned tne grain is better than last jear. The most serious damage this crop received was during Ine severe weather in March and April. So far as yield is concerned, tu present it u simply conjectural. The reports received so far from Kan. sas would indicate a great lalhug off in comparison witn last season. As the season advances the fact becomes more and more apparent that the spring wheat also has had about all it could do to hold its own. Minnesota has now for a month had more rain than all the rest of the Koth western States...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 July 1879

1 The a' r f VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JULY 10, 1879. NUMBER 10. i! ll THE EXCHANGE W1E BtOOKR. EaUtara am rvaprlatara. rBMCIJirTIOX KATE. T v. dollar, truer; on. d ollar for nil monthr; afty m.U for thrM months. Utahuilt 1 - aBBBaaBBBaaawaBaaaaaaBBWaaBBBaVJaWBwaaaaai CHESTER G. BOND. Attorney aud Counselor at Ijiw JACKSOX. TENNESSEE. OFFICE oa Baltimore Street. Ut Lib erty aad Church. ju9-ly SroltLT D. Hit a. Emit L. Uclumtk. BIXLOCK A. Hal, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. U. B. Blc. W. M. cfJtL. Lata Cir.iit Jd. MitB. Iroatok. T.na. lean. BLACK & McOALL, 0i oL Trenton and Milan, lenn. WUI twtiM In UiUn aad a 'Joinio i-onn-lie, aad in the Supreme and Federal ennrta at JwkMi,u4u taotederal court at Mem- reut&-ly JAS. R. DEASOS, Attorney at Law! Trentox, Tkxx. PROMPT attention Wen to barine.. febe-iy V. M. UALL. T. E. HARWOOD. II ALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TRENTON. TEN, frtmpt la Callxtiaia. feb6-ly Wis A.Oaoraa. Trenton. Tenn. J. Been. Alamo, l'enn. Jxo. R. WALian.Trei.ton.Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 July 1879

iitTin 111 raereiateas. 1ULAN, TENNESSEE. Peotesso AOA88IZ, the younger, la a lihort, slender s- nun, looking like r a Frenchman,' with a "fine forehead and irfght cyea . EoTPTUJr wheat ia attracting atten. tlon in California, fcw the climate Is par ticularly favorable to its' grow tuT It yield! enormously. Phuxcelphia stands at the head ol the morocco trade of the United States. It haa thirtytwo firms, which do a busi ness of 4,000,000 annually. , , . r ' Feiss of anarchy in Mexico are Again entertained, in view of the presidential election next year ; bat the assurance is given that President Diaz will see the new president duly installed, and, as se nior general of the army, will then bo doubt sustain him. Portsmouth, England, has the lowest death rate of twenty-three of the largest cities of the Kingdom, nineteen per 1,000, and Syracuse the lowest of twenty three American cities, of size similar to the English cities selected as examples. The Syracuse ,deatbrrate,is,13.60 pec 1,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 July 1879

Growth at Our Export Trada-Sona Sarpria. In- FIcvros. . The report of the Boreaa of Statiatiea for the Lut year, Bayi a "Washington correspondent, contain! some Tcry sur prising figures to show the decline of American commeroe and the gradnal bnt steady manner in which foreign ships have monopolized our carrying trade. The following statement shows the percentage of imports to and ex ports from the United States carried in Teasels of domestic build, from the year 1821 to the present date x ' ' - Percentage Percentage Corned m: Carried in mmricam American IVwr. tfupe. raw. Skip: "l"il ... .H.7lHti.!, ........... ..... .73.5 W.4 1W1 7.7 l-as w.jhs 70 1-lM. ...... M.tlHAS f.J is r wji'ism 7o l-v W.51 8 1-6T7 j.9 lfSi 75.J I HK.tMHM 78.5 1W t, 1HM 711.7 3W W.1MW9 AO it. w.s;in) b.5 ll-v... KS.l .I 1-vKi K8.R li so.o 134..,... eO.O'llKS 41.4 !-.... M.8 1SR4 n.S 84.jl' 7 iw a.t;ii zt.t I....- 84.6iirr 8S. i maiuhs ail SS.lj H3.1 i mi ...... ...t vro .. IMS . (-.1171 St .8 1W TT.MTC S.l 1K...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 July 1879

.. . : i il I WiU ,1 t i t'- i I 4 i I THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1879. TEXlfESSEE CEXTRXJL It. It. , ' " t la a recent conjersaUcta between JCo. E. W. Cole, President of the nNufcvule, Chattanooga & SL LouU "nil way, and one of the editors of this paper, ia regard to tie proposed" Xen Vee .Central R. R, CoL Cole atated 'that if the 'people between Hunting don, Milan and Trenton wouid finish grading the road ie ould Iron, equip andVunTt. Th"is ia the most liberal 'propoaitidn ever iubmitted to the 'friends of thia much-desired enterprise, 'and steps should be taken by our citi 'iens to comply with the easy demands, 'made.' ft would require' only a1 toraall sun of money to complete the grading, ''and the (Him could .be'raiie4':by pri vate subscription ia A iew weeks. Nashville, consulting her business in terests; would contribute largely, be 'cauM this i'ected route would be the ' keyiofionlock ih trade of West Ten 'uessee:' ''Thousands of bales of cotton 'and1 ctjhet produc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 July 1879

THE:5XCH4GE THURSDAY. JULY ,10, lift. Trains Urt MMaa m fuleows oa apd after tprU7. 1ST. S . 1. Borth. leaves at. am ve. S. " " lo pia K.z.otk.. " 1 'Sui. " " 11:15 pm i Tins about flee estantes than kti . v. irn, Anal. miim. ' . . . . 1 V. MASS, i't.JeeksoB, Tafia. y. CUAXDLCK. U. P. A 1. A..N.W l. U. MOHET.U. T. A.,NwOrlan w Orleans. ana, laaMTUU dk Xasalsvlla) A Ul. ft. K. K. 1 raia leavw Milaa aa follows ea and after nil 7i ltfii. rAXHtlGKt TBAIKI. 0.4 . eth , leaves at. .....I2: 30 am li e. ; . MM pm . 1, aorta. ' ., lpea 'e. . " , J:tfan A.W.L0VIX1. Agent. X. T. ATMORE. ' 0. r. CANTWELL. - Uii.f.JtX. A. ' . Local Ticket Ag't- CwXTETY AID t'ITT DlRlXTOkY. COUSTT OFJCEiV. R.B.IUiaCha&eery Clerk. Treat,a T. t. WiUiaau. Chaaewry Clark, Humboldt. V.'b. Maura. Cireait Clark. Traatoa. W. H. J.bnsoa. Law Caart Clerk. HamboU't. B. 0. CarletuB. Cacwaer. 'j.C.'Long. TraaUa. Jama A. Cat. Caaat 8arryrv J. M. CeultMKuprlnteBdeatPabllSowli J.VJaa:iUlrr .V, I. Wtra. Xrr. ib2. d.m.v U F- H...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 July 1879

A MARTtLOCS TISTOL-SUOT. Tfc Frt H it Wklrk Mr. F. H. Lar Hu iUMbtoH ew Trk a rarla. , - Almost any evening mar be seen," at the gallery of John S. Conlin, feats of pistol markmanship which would make any one of the old-style off-hand shoot ers ftand in wonder. The marksman is Mr. Frank H. Lord, the' most expert and 2nhlei pistol-shot in the conntry. Be is a i uxg man of .thirty-two, the yocritest rod or the late Thomas Lord. He is- an athlete and a gymnast, and abtt 18G7 he beao to try his skill as a chc at the old Conliu gallery. The If a-,- of Capt. John Travers, now of C'iei'an?, had become a tradition, ttiov 2h when Sandy Lawrence kept a ten rii alley on the site of the prevent Ar. a koue, Travers's gallery attached to it '; paw some - wonderful exhibi tion tf steadiness and skill with small arms.' One of Capt. Travers's feats was to shoot away a silver three cert bit placed between his toes, and when Bioncin crossed the Niagara he avowed Cpt. Travers to put a ball thrctgh hi' ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 July 1879

SOUTHERN FIRM AND HOME. Ca ! Flaater. Plaster has a virion efiect open the different croon oi the barn, and on come tte quantity applied requires to be larger. About a hundred pounds oi good gypsum per acre i iufficient tor clover. It has an especial eflect upon white clover which, in anything like a "fair growing season, it will draw out cf the ground. Bat this only or inly on our yellow knolls or clsy up-aads, where it is uative, remaining sometimes for years dormant in the soit till some moist, warm season or fertilizer, like its favorite, planter, starts out. And the advantage is that it will 4o this wiiheut affecting at the san.e time the weeds. .Grass requires at leat docble the amount of plaster, and more il the quality lacks somewhat. The best way L to experiment and give some i art of the field snore, being sure that the oil is a'ike, as clay beyond question is more farontle to plaster. Tne grains (wnich are gmwi) reauire about the eaiTie amount.' Pta take it with even more...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 July 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 10. 1879. mOM PRESIDENT TO CITI ZEN. " How Andrew JachMn Spent Hit Last Kiebt in the While House. . ' - . N Yark Timaa. When Senator Allen arrived in Washington, he found the citj filled with strangers who came from all parts ef the country to be present at the inauguration of President-elect Van Buren. Among them were number of leading men from Ohio, and they occupieu so much of their newly-elected Senator's time, that it was not until late on the night of the 3d of March that he had an opportu nity of speaking informally and freely with his life-long friend. President Jackson. On that night, however, he went to the White ilouse, a Sena tor of the nation, to sea the man who, a little more than twenty years before, in the Lynchburg Tavern, had laughed over his boyish curiosity, and wondered at his ready tongue. With out ceremony, being well known to the attendants, he was shown into the President's bed-chamber. Chief-Justice Taney and Senator Forsythe of ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 July 1879

Exchange; The K AT 1 AN 1JU l - 1 Ait... VOLUME VI. MILAtf , TENNESSEE, JULY 17, 1879. NUMBER' 20. LVJL THE EXCHANGE VIBE IBOOKN, C4Mn a4 Proirrlvlwra. XCBSKRIiIOtf KATKM. Tw. dollar a year: one dollar for tlx (oontfec; fcflr m.U tor tare, taontfci. ix4BU(lt i d- CHESTER G, BOND. Attorney aua Connsalorat Law JACKSOX. TEXXKr&EE. O TEN'S n TU1 Minora fttraet, Ictweti lib rty and Cbarcfe. jautf-ly It I ELI D. U 1 T. EK ST L. BM.I.OCE . BCILOCK it HAYS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OrriCE orer V'eely A rTWltrifWim, O. B. Buck. , Late 4'iraail Jade. W. M. MrCiu.. Jdilnn. Tmw. Treaton. lean. BLACK & McCALL, et Trenton and Milan, lean. T Ut pivljM ia ttjbaoa and a Hoiriiar wt n- iiM. and in th t-uprem ami Federal court at ackfoo, and in the iederai courti at Aleiu f,Bit euto-ly JA8. R. DEASO, Attorney at Law! Trenton, Tens. PROMPT attevtbxi U barfaew. fcbfi-ly W. M. HALL. T. E. HABWOOD. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TKESTOX, TENN. Frataat In ('lltlann. fvMj Ktmm A.Coorr.n. Trenton. Te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 July 1879

WABX3 arts V.ILAK. that as Victoria iyn foatyvtwo yw, Jilttiott at Imt f t . Wth. wlw laid down her rtr m the -A rtjvlj$u7n' XX v-v-Al V wwney In the pocketa ol tb TT OtettiphU, and no loss to U, weJrcal proffwicn, if all the panic era wd r4vyicUn were conducting pe tvtriaa ecnrlon at the tall-ends of f?wt tn the truly, rural distrlcts.- Lorc H.Atmk, one of the boss Idiots of the wo-called ratagoni&o expedition, Ifr",aiTexarkaasnat broke.'" He writes to Little Rock that he waa deceived into the "expedition" by Col. Tudor, whom he pronounces fraud and gay deceiver 1 the guileless Ayme. BAJD a level-headed Memphian yester day, speaking of the classes of physicians who turn themselves into walking lun atic asylums sm JQev sbbtedt'roTocfr tion: i3km AactmAbitfr.iMjijsl: low fever when, tkey at .it, and can't V SUIM4V" Db. Mitchell, of the national board of health, and Dr. Thornton, president of the city board of health, in meat em phatic terms, assert -that persons can come and go o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 July 1879

SPRING. When apring- ia here, And hawthorn bough, iv white with blooia of Hay, And Mutin birda make happy rnneir near. Ok. thn Uiguaaud hearta keep holiday. Life In more aweet; yotrA rmli in it with an added test, blow jii.;e of ae warm to qaidter beat. . And tmvi ait lighter In the mourner"! bnixt. Farlo! the rain I over, and the night la paat and tone: Joy. with the radiant moraine, cornea amis. And them bright nonra are m the maUuua daw. - Thank God tor p final Hopea dear and tender throtur lta pleaaant days. Knw that all nature la awakening. Wake, toe. my eoul, la atraim a: "rate&d pttlaaT pundufat Uom4- - " - - WHILE DROWSING. For Bome days the old frigate Non pareil had been battered about by one of those tremendous cyclones that are so frequent in tho Indian ocean at the change of the monsoon. However, by a knowledge of the law of 4 storms, we wer enabled eventually to sail cut of it, and get once more into fine weather. It was just at this time that the man at the mast-h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 July 1879

.O -Aw i ssrwjervnwffs I t THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1879. The epudialioolst and )igh ar re fuulioans are solid agftiBst the 50-4 compromise. If you do not wish topayjhe whole of the state debt. Tote for the com pro ;aise on the 7 th' of August' ' Remember Chat the election occurs cn Thursday, the 7th of August. Go and yote for the compromise. r Senatar J. E. Baily will address the ,eof!e of McKenzie in favor of the 0-4 compromise on Wednesday, Aug. jGtb. If you vote down the proposed set , tlement of the state debt on the seventh . of August our financial difficulties will have just begin. ' ' " ' Wherever the people have investi gated and informed themselves upon '.he state deh),'jttiey favor the compro mise by a large majority. On the seventh day of August vote pi 50-4 compromise and thus place ydureelf on the feide of the right and the 'true interests of the people ai )vll as the state. , ' ' ' - Nearly every prominent man, jn the state, whether in' politics, business or f...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 July 1879

T1J JE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 17. rS79. RAILROAD TIr TABLED. (l Ulemf,Sl. tl"ak wrlM R. R. Traifir leave Milan follow oa and' after Apnl7.VJ!. PAStirNUKIt TRIX. No. 1. north, leaves a.t .'. 1:11 lid , " '.' - . .......;..:: lm e. K. .uUi. lfc.Vpia .a. " " 11: nm Tib a'out fifteen minoti" tloaer than town t time. ' J C. LUi'l.AVut. Milan. J.. MANX. CuB't. J i-!"un. Trim. f.rHAMI.KH,. r. iT. A...ewOrlean. I), ft. MoKtki VT. A ..ew Orleans. f Illr XMk III at tit. M. It. K. Trainficnr Milan m follows hi and after Ai;il Ij IC!. ' rasMtsora traish. a. I. ninth, leave at..'.. H:10 are . a, " " . J Jo. 2. north, 1XJM :m Ko. , " " ;iam a. w.lovixg. Aebi:' p. P. ATMOKE, ' o. F.'CAXTWF.LL. tlrn. I'. A T. A. Local Ticket A't. .' TY AU CITY DIRECTORY. corsivVr'ncERs. ' " ' J. D. Arnold. t-hrrifT. JI.'C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. B. E. Haines, Chancery Clorfc. Trenton- T. J. William. Chantry Clerk. Humluidt. SWf.Vijt'tet.Ti4ftti." ' ' U- H. JahDt-n. Lir CWrtClufk. Humbuiet. O. Carletoa. Ctiron...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 July 1879

"IRArTIXG OUT THE FACTS." ' rciroi?tiiuvJ ; -J TL maTuierld which attorneys juei tioi -ouws-ea is exasperating to the Intel ligrot listener, beyond expression- The trek! purpose oh the average ' criminal lawyt-r, for instance, is to draw from the wiiEi all the facts In his possession, ex cepting the facts touching the case under coatideratien. ; A countryman chopping down a tree.noTscis "vork, Md buries hi ax cp to the eye in the brain of his brotner-io-law. The "witness who saw tif wide b!oody transaction is brought ir.ir- court, ' and his examination runs ab?tt thus: i : You J that the prisoner v chopping a tree down. Now will vt i. please tell the court and jury where ht - ight the ax?" - You dont" know; weilr, well see aboaf. that." " sir, look at the jury don't stare it ;.t helpless manner at me now, air, dt : a aay, upon your oath, that the de lta -wit stole the ax before he left Pa-dacM,-You do. say, bo, tu?,-WeU, now uuir me, air." How many feet; was it from the tree the def...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 July 1879

SOUTHERN FARM ASD HOME. THE 51 OWI SO. IT I B. X ITtU. . Th clork has struck ma, And the morning is lair, While the east in red splendor it low!ie Thr' dew en the trasa, end sent 1" air iH 01 kji and be o9 to the moving. 4. . . - ' t I 1 ' vVoalflttaDOW why I wit 1 Fr the annlieht ha Crept O'er the fielde where the daisie are growing T Why ell eight Xv kept my own vrlgUe, nor ieat T lie to-dtj it tb day althe aaowwg. This day and thi bear Maud has promised to tell What the hlash on her cheek wu fculJ showing. If ah welt it) IM lane I m to know ail it well, And there'll be gool time at the mowing. Hand' mother ha tali, . . And I'll never dear, t That a giri'a heart there cm be no kecwicg. Ob. I ear not to live, and 1 rather would die, 11 Maud doe cot com t th mowing., . n What it it I re T li a eaeen oi orwwn nair -- v --i jb me lane wdctt me puppire nwwimi Thackfeoal It U Maud, ah it waiting me there, Aid there'll be a good tftrre at the mowing. Six year have pd by, And I lieely dec...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 July 1879

THE EXCHANGE THUPJ?DAV, JULY 17, 179. TATE iitfAUD OF HALTII. Important Action Taken, by which Erery Citizen should Profit At a meeting of the State Board of Health in Nashville last week the fol lowing action was taken ; The rules and regulations adopted by the Sanitary Council of the Mis isissippi Valley Ht its meetings in At lanta and Jjerophis, last Mar, and which the Rational Board of Health has recently published in pamphlet form and sent to different state and nanicpal boards of health through out the entire Union, recommending that they be adopted by all health boards for the purpose of securing uni formity iu such matters, especially when the health of towns as well as states are threatened, were unanU mously adopted by the State Board of Health, and the following address wm issued ; Opici State Boaed of IIealtit, JSashviae, July 11, 1879 To whom it may concern ; The State Board of Health having icceived official in formation of the existence of yellow fever in Memphis and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 July 1879

nn Milan EXCHANGE, BE VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JULY 24, 1879. NUMBER 21. THE EXCHANGE WADE BKOOKft. IAltr mm J.arieloiK. SCBftCKirTlOX KATI-H. Two dollar a year: one dollar for lix month;; tfty evnta for three aurata. ikviiiakj.t in ad- axcc. CHESTER G. BOND. Attorney aud Counselor at Law JAt'KSOX. TEXXE.S.SEE. OFFICE on Baltimore Sow, bettroen Lib erty mad CliitA. jaii'.-ly r(ILY D.&AYS. EKF.T L. BCU.OCK. UTLL.OCK & HAYS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFICE over Keely 4 Prba' Prnpr '.'".re, jan 1 y J A ffcfU.N.TKNX. . p. Black. Late I'ircaii Judge, Irentoa. Tenn. M. McCtLL, Milan, Tenn. BLACK & McOALL, A 1 TORSE YS A T LA IF. Qjjica ml Trenton and Milan, lenn. Will nnu-tire In tiibxon and a 'loininc roun tie m. nd ia the Supreme and Federal eourt at JaeJiMS. and in tne federal courc ai jNcm-cDt6-ly lu JAS. It. DEASOX, Attorney at Law! Trevtox, Tkxx. PROMPT attention given to busine. febf-ly XV. M. If ALL. T. K. HAItH'OOD. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TUXT'X, TEXX. Pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 July 1879

THE EXCHANGE ' THURSDAY, JULY 24, 1879. If you favor a settlement of the fclatedebt at ftO cents on the dollar, go to the polls on the first Thursday in August, and Tote "Accepted." You will be proud of taeect as long as you live. The golJen opportunity to settle our State debt ts now before the peo ple. Will you compromise or repu diate? that is the question. We do not believe the people will let their prejudices influence them in oting against the compromise. "Do what Lsrigbt, though the Heavens fcll." . . - - The aspirations for office of the anti-compromise man will be dashed to the ground, for he is committing political suicide. Heed our prediction. One of the principal European steam ehip liues proposes to reduce the fare for emigrants to $15; This will doubt less create a great influx of foreigners into our country. .. ? The Duke of Sutherland, who is a thorough practical engiueer, drove the locomotive attached to the train which conveyed the Prince and Princess of Wales arou...

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