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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 August 1879

TO CQRftTfPf urimfV" All (NuiiTnniiicntina, t,rtiiiiper shuuid be o.-miii:iiiii-.1 liy I he mmeut tin; Huliiiir, .i.tt rM,, itii i the t.urt it i ho k rh. r. v. 'ntr oim on ones! Uif thxsniM-r. Vc imrHrnIwi li i fc'ivimr iimni-a mxl -"uKK.to l.uvi ui-tiHnio-Unties tUtin anil CJ.-tii.rt. LOTE AM) FISHKG. A Itamanr of QnoEurwiuivt. For the last, ten days the ordinarily peaceful village of Quoguewasset, Long J-land, has ix-en greatly disturbed For. CiiJerlv the inhabitants of that remote V- Mnilet enjoyed a feeling of complete se- n"l...:i.. 'I-I . . . r i '. June wiis noi a drunkard, a '' luminal, or a disorderly person of auy j s,irt within twenty miles", of the village, ! - id not a man or f.ni .n i.,-wi w ... . - " . Jwf king a door or fastening a window at night. .Now, alas! a reign of midnight terror and noonday nrvouV.ne'K4 ha be gun, (jiingnewassct is haunted, not by a profcssioial or amateur ghost, but bv AulJildulirfd' .-iK-risriHif ttit"lK-T of 'the tfTnnrjrLndtrr Quinary, w...

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. — 28 August 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, J879. POLITICAI, PARTIES, The most rabid of politicians is the Independent. He encounter oppo. tsition on every side, and is continually irritated. He can accomplish noth ing without affiliating with ono or the other of the national parties, and his influence and vote count for naught in the great battles of public opinion. Just as an individual citizen must . give up a portion of his pwwnal free dom iu order to strengthen and secure the general government, which in turn protects him, so he must give up a portion of hU liberty of opinion for the benefit of a party which comes near est advocating principles held by him eclf. This policy, and this alone, will roake men useful members of the body politic. It U true that parties baycJconamiUeJ grievous sins ; at the game time "to err is human." Have we any assurance that if a new party was organized it would be freer from faults and accomplish more than the Pemocratic party? Certainly not, tor the same ...

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. — 28 August 1879

Til E EXClIAXGE!lln,, we- for that the 1 11 U k-1 1 V, AUGUST 28. 1879. liAit K.A TIME TABLE". liie.w. Tr-r .- 1T.' I I. UlAS(wOrlMBii R.R. MiUa e follows on and after I S!X(IK TBIX. N o ; tve at...... ... 1:15 pm pin - (' . " 12:55 iia Il::t6pm ,'. in 'iteen minutes slower (hull town J. C. AA'i.., Agent, Milan, '.i v v, -'un't, Jarksoa.Tenn. in. I. I . li '. M i.i: K. U. P. T. A.. New Orleans. i , . T. .., ewOrleaus. Mr Xasmvlll H. R. R, "i- Milan as lollows en and after !.. leaves at.. l2: Wm ... ltw pin i. ............... l:i pin 3:55 am A.W.L0VIM1, Agent. ' HK, 0. K.CANTWKLL, i T. A. Local Ticket Ag't. Tr-...: 1 k l.ru . i !: MM . Vf V AM, CITY niRKCTORV. fOl'XTV OFFICERS. J. V.. . l:. v.. T. (. Wi.,. M- Ii. V.- ". J. -. ! J JtU! J. .M. J. 1. . i .i !. Sheriff. ' t.i'W. County Court Clark. 'no. Chancery Clerk, Trenton ;;:i.ras. Chancery Ocrk. Humboldt. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. 1;: win, Law Court Clerk, Humboldt. i or!- ton, Coroner. I. "ii.'. Trustee, i- A - t'nx, County Purveyor...

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. — 28 August 1879

"irrttAKiKEn.r- i ' . ' Ci ."t : i rt r. r : h, $nM trt,v, th4m, f 1 1 I Mnsflojovailiu m I ;i, V ' 1 lh, be tii- itjriiin, lirint;ing Jrtru-ilinrtM-K tnf ' And up thr t licwh I run,- 11 v b;trl iti a tfilltrr lofollow '1 fits flight of Hty Mnitui 'iunn. . Yirn ft h)::n f!rl"ni' ' ' "'" ' Mill in th- house Hi lnin! -iw vir a mariner, fliMitiif .nj thei'iin? i)vr-rttlttitnr2f T "iv ! M ..Vl'HttiOW - Tim mii:rl tlie lireezy main! , hin inr.ui iHUHtiim r ,- Kkirabl-v titbit IUilL. earning U lienor than, (roiiiir; ilnt n'-v.-r urii qneen so cmml An I. n iiiii-1 ;it1i lilm Mowing .Wav fri!M tin- lur'f land. -I Iihvc' wil'Wvl an onun iwt, And h inn 1 own tlie wa y-l ovi-rTiicfcirTS'rfTy'ovpr.J ft A n . 1 iH i 4 M iliyi ipj-J- Ilrk to T-illovMJruiKlitcr, Urn fctn ir.ij Art. xfi mid unit'," " Off to il- ll-uboU fH ; . . , t IT Duu-n tiivt:t!i fli- mfWrnAiy imHow Ati'l if.tv 1liMHtii(-llilit, lilfht A ii'l l ift im a wa-liii'U, follow ; Aud Im' 1'irandl in hii;ht! Ltuj Lurut,ii Unrvtr'tT fjt...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 August 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AH commitment inn lurtlii.- jiitiHri-tiltJ be ! iii) Kii"'l '' t lie iimiiic if l In; author, not tuii-eeiiriiv tor liubliratioii. tint an evidence oi e"'l lai' I. on ; in-t'lirt oS the writer. Writs j rmlyoii otienideol thcpnix r. !! jmrtlculHrlv , enti-ful in tniinjr t ames iinl laies, to liiive I all li't'er- or t -urn i. linn mill 3itiu-t. i nuSEDUD. O little maid in vour ixiwlnid-ljflwer, DrcHtuitiK of trrom imrolil, A isliin youtli wotilil hIwhvs linjrcr, a floacr N-v-r in liuMo t uniold; Lift from tlte kIihIow your unlitny bead, Oro i"K old it nothing to dreiid. ) little ttirtid in the rose tree Mimli', S-e how it dry ImiiikIih nhiMit ! Tlic trrern leaveii fall Htid tlte blowtoins fude; Hill youth in a liviiiK root. There are always InuiH in the old tree' heart, Heady at beckon of spring to etnit. O little maid, titer- is joy to neck tilorv if earth and eky When'the rowbutl-irtreuk fades out of jour clu-ek. And the dewy irlotim from your eye; Ini-pcr and id...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 August 1879

-7 Louisville Foundry and Machine Shop. ESTABLISHED IN 1S41. THE EXCHANGE COR. MAIN AND TENTH STREETS. A. P- Cochran. J. "V. A.inslie. THURSDAY, AUGUST 281879. Geo. Anilie. . rc i f ff Vf it l in R ci la r p. l Ci ho! ' Alu. bowi!y thinirf o wrong Trouieri too hort, or a eot Mo lone. AIm! bow mily thin o wronir lied too fhort ndlep ton Ion!" .'inrinnti Commercial, "Ala.! be elly thinrt ro wrong Short in wheat when Jim K eerie i long !" Xanhville American- "A1! bow euil tblngt go wroni Amt.iean'i last iin it too long i" Nacn villa Banner. Alu! bow eully iblngi go wrung When it i. not rtrong, and a Lit too long between drink I Hands have they, yet feel not clocks. Legs have they, yet walk not tables. Eyes have they, yet see not needles. Teeth have they; yet chew not-rcombs. Kansas teacher: "Where does our grain go to?" "Into the hopper." What hopper?" "Grasshopper," tri umphantly shouted a scholar An individual who called his first daughter Kate, when his wife surprised him with anoth...

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. — 4 September 1879

Tim GHA JLiU VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 4, 1879. NUMBER 27. AN JNGE. JL 11 t 1 M t ia M i t.a J. fc 1 4 4 1 flit Al I Pr W. I Pi tn 9i I Ch thi Hi In Q K. W J in M I to Jr oi e T. Fi M CI I t b b a fi ii o r I t I i 1 it Ill E EXCHANGE WADK A 11RHOKN. Editor nnd rrirlarH. MBMKirTlOX It AT IIS. Twfi .!..!lrf year; otii dollar tart ix month'; tfij- --n'. f'T three mouliiii. invariably is in raw. CHESTER O. BOND. Alfomry aud Counselor at Law JAf'Ksny, TENNESSEE. 01 l'ICE im llnltimnre Ptrwt, Wnetn Lib erty and Church. .in!i-ly CniKki.r D. Ha Vs. Eifstsf L. Ilri.uifK. UlI.LOtK . II AYS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFICE over Kccly A PyW Irn wort, jungly JA( KSON. TKXX. j. H.. Kl.ACK, Late Circuit .ludsc, 1'rentuu. Tenu. Jl. .VcCai.i., M.lmi. ICDD. B ACK & McCA , ATTORNEYS A T LAW, Ojjirrt at Tiriiioa and Milan, Tenn. Will jiraetic-e in iibnn nnd a Ijoininir enna tief. and ill the Supreme Mini Federal court. at jm kon, mid in the Federal courts at Mi-m-lhiH. KentVly J AS. It. WKAS...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 September 1879

p IB c: lb u to Q R W l M fo J. oa ! T. dm C 1 Fr Mi t n lie C Uh in tff toi be: An (in i laa rul 3 f wil MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE BROOKS, F.dlUn and Proprietor. 2IILAX, - - TENNESSEE. aaaajaaRaaaaBaBaMajaMiaialaaaaaaaaiiaaaBaiaaaiaaiMBBaBMi CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON". The Committee on Statistic nml In formation, annotated at the recent meeting of the Mississippi Kiver Improvement I Commission, submitted a plan proviuing for a full report by a competent officer upon the trade and commerce of the Mississippi Valley, to lie in readiness by the time the Commission begins work. The tknn- niittee to prepare a plan ol operations for the ensuing year submitted a report i providing for finishing the surveys lietween Cairo and the head of the passes, so as to complete the official siirvcy of the whole river; also lor making bearings and sediment observation at necessary points, and for panging the stream. The reports were adopted. It is expected Lieut. Smith S. Lt ach, of the Engineer Corps, will...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 September 1879

Tii tiuia J. j B o.i .i io.t 3.1 M.I H.I T.J W Ml B 4.C 3 mm J. X J.I V.I J no. U I tin. H ' Alec TO CORRESPONDENTS. All cii!ii!iiiir:i !it ions 1-irt lils p)MT?-l!iKl(! bo (tccoiiipiimi-'l ,v tlie iiiimo f tin! nut lr, not ni-ccswiirilv tor ii 1 ilir-a t ir n. lint a r iilcm-c ol Vh1 fuitirTi tin' inirt f tins wrin-r. Write viilvou inn- i(cr( the piiix-r. ll- imrtiouliirly c.-iri-fiil lu -.-ivirir UMiin-s Mini ilities. to liuvt utl lctiern i.r ii-ui inula anil di-stinct. HOME AM FOREIGN GOS MP. Some men are with their character much as they are with their money: the less they have the more careful they have to be. Kthek wa thrown into the cell of a refractory mi-oner at Vevav. Switzer- I land, until he became harmless. He I had defied the gendarmes to takt; him j before the Judges, and the Court could I iiot wait until he was starved into sul- mission. A IiEI'osit of 8115 was made in the Portsmouth (X. 11.) Savings Hank in .Tune, One day recently the I took was presented at the han...

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. — 4 September 1879

i i i I 1 cal a The exchange THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1879. Hayti has another revolution on its hands. Vandelbilt university has Tdoed blubs and secret societies. &dv. Blackburn iras imtugurattxl at Frankfort, Ivy., liwt Tuesday. The Minnesota Republicans have nominated Gov. Fills-bury for re-election. The Lincoln, 111., Iligli jxrhool has refused to received thirty negro bop, and a row has been raised; - 'fhe railroad freight handlers of Chicago are striking for 81.23 jer day. The road offers them 81.15. An illicit distillery has been seized within three squares of the treasury department, Washington. Those were bold moonshiners. A terrible storm raged in Louisiaua last Tuesday, doing much damage. The Central railroad was washed bad ly, delaying trains. Mrs. Kate Chase Sprague has mys teriously disappeared with three of lie? children. It is thought she left on a steam yacht, to escape the brutal treatment of her husband. The American Consul has officially notified the Egyptian Govern...

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. — 4 September 1879

THE EXCHANGE THUKSDA.Y, BELT. 4, 1879. RAILROAD TIME TABI.IX tThlfar, 81. Lassie SfOrlM Tt.H Trnins Icnie Milan as follows on and after April 7. 1S7W. fAHllKNGtB THAU. So. 1, north, leaves it. 1:15 ptn o. 3, ' - - s pro . 2. south, " . ' U:Wpin o.4. ..ll::i..Hi Time about fifteen minutes flower tnsn towa liuis. j. c lAr a... Agcni. .minn. d.U. MA5.eup't. Jackson. Tenn. t I'll A MM. EH. 0. I. T. A., New Orleans. '. B. MoKEY. i. T. A., New Urloans. I.aiailleeV XRh 111 R.K. Trains Icava Milan as follows on and after April 71 1S7!. rSKOIft TRAINS. 'o. 1 tooth, leaves at....... 12:10 am No. 3, " " ......... ln Ko. 2. north i " l:lJ.ui Ko. 4, " " :55am Ai W. LOVING, A tent. C. P. ATMORK, len. P. A 1. A. 0. F.CANTWELL, Local Ticket Ag't 1 OI XTY ASU CITY DIRKCTOHT. COUNTY OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold, Sheriff. M. C. Holme. County Court Clerk. It. E. Rainea, Chancery Clerk. Trenton- T. J. Williams. Chancery Clerk. Iltimboldt. Wm. Moure, Circuit Clerk. Trenton. W. II. Johnson, Law Court Clerk, llu...

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. — 4 September 1879

SEPTEMBER. Tin ifohten-rod ft yellow; Tin- corn if tiirnlrie lirown; The trci k in upjik'orcliRnU V ith fruit nre bending dnwn. 'The triTitiHiiVMncwtfrinjjo Arccurliiiifiiitliexitu; In dustv ikhU tin- milkweed Its liiihlcn Bilk lia 411111. Til" setlpen fliitint their harvest. In every memlow ikm.W; jM-'l Ksti'iv liy the lirmk-nile .Make asters 1 the tnook. 1 1 ,mii ilc y Innm a tn.iniinK Tin' trrii i'm-h' mwl odors Tine; . At iiixiii tlic rotiilK nil fhitter IV it li yellow hutti-i (lien. llv nil these lovely token .-it-inlHTlHyi rf Iitp, lViih MiniuicrV licst (if wcnllior. Ami aiituimi'i bout of ther. T.ut hoik' of nil thin beauty U 1,1. Ii floods the f will tuid air, 5s unto mi' the sfercl Which mitkCM September fair. Ti a tliinit which I reinenilicr; To name it thrills mo vet; 4 nc day of one September I never chii fonrct. . ., in Scriimfr for Srfitrmbfr. :TAY, SWEET DAY. --t:i , sweet iliiv, for thou art fair, l air, iiikI full, anil calm ; "riwuel through all lliy golden hour, ...

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. — 4 September 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All ,ii!iiiii;iiiaiiiiilrtlii)!.p': hnl1 be (--fmiii:iiiift l,y tin- iiiimeof tlx unfix ir, not Di-ctuiiiy tor iiiUi,-uu..n, l.iitii- eviUuiK ii 'M.cUnitli m th; tiiirt of tlio rin-r. Write only on one Hide of flu- pnnrr. I'.e piutiriiliulv enifful in itir names ami ifutcs, to liuvis all letters or liiu.'s lui:i ami tli-iln-t- weeds. That onliiii mile of rotiiiiR lx, wIium-floor itM lii nir-! Ini kw: ' IMon-it Ktaml two Marveling furs, u lmiMli- lifiip iiii'i hii ux ; Il-liinl it. miiw'l i" crooked row, in nuiizi-of vm-yin lii'ivlit : Mi" wide," nonif wtnmcil ill)liHin, tliat wore tin-KliMf-wonn Kiuitc: A limkcn wortn-Once 'round tho place, wliich iiiiii li n'puiritiK need?; Wlicrv in Hie corners densely jtciw the rmik- j rut noxious weeks j Tiiat Iiiin Is-eii Wiliirtin Kikln'H home, if home ' siionlii le llie iihiiih Ot any plaee wli. re Jik rcaldu with idleness I Mini sliuiii". ; And yontlrr lionse Heross flir roud, low-roofed : mid riudiitr wi'iel A well kept l...

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. — 4 September 1879

TIIE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 4, 1873. From Ilock Castle. Editors Exchange : Presuming that the many readers of the Exchange would like to hear from this quiet retreat, where a num ber have resorted lor the restoration of health and to escape from the pre vailing epidemic, we will proceed to give a few event? as they transpired d.iring the past week, and in doing 60, will give a synopsis. On our arrival here we found things much on the order of a milita ry camp, less munitions of war ; but instead women and children, and among them some young ladies, 6f whom it may be proper to speak here after. 'the principal amuaeirient we" have is in a game" ot drafts, and when tired of that we try fishing, meeting with great success as to numbers, but the amount would starve a hungry man. The occasion that ha? given pleas ure and put an estoppal to the monoto ny of camp-life was on Saturday last. On that day we were visited by a splendid string band, composed of Mr; John Adams, with guitar, and ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 September 1879

Milan nn II II J 1 MILAN, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 11, 1879. NUMBER 28. VOLUME VI. SANGE. 4 THE EXCHANGE r ' WADE BROOKS. Editors imd FKtpMeinrm. Rl'BSt lUrTlCX RATES. Two dollar a year; one dollar for six monthc tfty cents for three tiiynths. inyaHAiilY in id- CHESTER G. BOND, Attorney and Counselor at Law JACKSOX. TENNESSEE. OfFtOfc'oo Baltimore Street. between Lib erty and Church. r StoattT D. Hats. Esrht L. Hillock. BlLLOClt & HAYS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFICE over If eelr Prba' Dnif ssore. jaail ly JAtRoOX ft.:SN. ii. B. Black, W M McCll, LnUCtrciUadre, Miljln. Trenton. Tenn. Ien. BLACK & MgCALL, AltORSEtt AT LAW, Offieet at Trenton and Milan, lenn. Will practice in ibson and a ljoininir coun ties, and in the Sui.n-me and Federal courts at Jackson, and in the Federal court at Mem phis. scnta-ly JAS. R. DEASOX, Attorney at Law! Trenton, Tenn. PROMPT attention liven to business, febfi-ly W. M. HALL. T. K. HARWOOD. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TRENTON. TENN. ' Prompt la ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 September 1879

MILAN - EXCHANGE 1TADE ft BHOOKS, F.tllUr and Proprietory. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWSr WASHINGTON. The public debt ftatcnicnt for Sept. 1 shows a decrease of - Uc dfdrt -tor. -4upitof 3, 62T,.W); cah la"ireaurj'.-$210,6:22H; fold certificates, $ lii.LPSTOO; silver certificates, f 3,2S1 yurnm 9rtititte, &,17.V 000; refunding certificates," $4,S0fi,.j0; legal tenders outstanding, $ ?ACt,i2,Ul ; fraction al currency oirttsnrirny $ l.7t!2,0i4. The Comptroller of the Currency reports the amount of National Bank circulation out Standing, 3-jn,3W,UT, exclusive of $1,448, 640 of National pold bank notes. Total in crease incihe 1st of January $ 7,021, 23. Amowfit" of. ' 10-40 bond on leposit as fiecnfTtY " " ' for - VlrculallnfT" notes of National Banks, $ 10,r.l2,!XX. There was redeemed during August called bonds to the amount of $37..W.",4U0, of the proceeds of which $ 25.049,418 was fixed by check, and $ 13,1.V,376 was credited on the loan account to the depository banks. The ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 September 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. . A'.l fi:iTnuni mto:i tor tbispajxrHlKiuld be suf"i:ir!iitiit? by tli' tiaiiie uf Hie author, n in;e-su:ny triuiliiitiii, hut evitleiiii" ( ;;-nl ! :ii U on t ! purt t tile writer. Write omIvo'i unc Mdfol tin- paper. Jt: particularly "m :til in Kiviii iianif hfxI !ut-(, to have nil W'ttfTn or fiiriires piiiin anil fiistinet. HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP A sawfish weighing COS pounds and bearing a saw four feet long was recent ly caught in Charleston Harbor. The Sergeant-at-Arms of the British House of Commons has held his office for 43 years. One writer estimates that English sportsmen sjM-nd more than . 50,000, h K) per annum in connection with hounds. It is prposed to convert Manchester, England, into a seaport for the largest steamers at a cost of 16,000,000. A Sevextii-I)av Baptist at Newport, R. I., has been sued twice for keeping his market open on Sunday, and an nounces that he intends to keep it open. A oooi looking and apparently re spectable girl frequently ...

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. — 11 September 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, SEPT. Jl, 1879. Hon. Alex Mitchell h Uie Demo cratic candidate for Governor of Wis consin. The Republic-ana have made a clean eweep in California, electing all the Congressmen. If Conkling can get into one or two more scandal scrapes, we think he will stand a good chance to secure the Re publican nomination for the Presidency- Conkling's peccadillos, it seems, are popular with New York Republi cans. His candidate for 'Governor was nominated on the fust ballot Lift week. The election last Monday in Maine resulted in a victory for the Republi cans, by about three thousand majori ty. We ar scrry, but can't help our selves; so we will not cut up about it The Afghans have attacked an murdered the British consul at Cabul, and the red coats are now on a forced march again into Afghanistan. They will probably make it hot for the murderers. The Nashville American says Wil iiam Card well dropped dead with hem orrhage on one of the streets of Fay etteville at 7 o'clock S...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 September 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SLIT. 11, KAII.ROAD TIME TABLES. tilrnco.St. InloA Sen nrln U.K. Tr.iini- l. nve Milan as follows n and after April 7. 1ST"J. rHrx;it tiaiv. Xo. 1. rtk. leaves at l:lrrra .No. S. - - -':v' l"n No. 2. south. " 1i:rvwrn fin. 4. " " - ; ll: tpm Tiiiit aoeut ifea miut slower thnn town time. J- C. lA.il' K',. A rent, Milan, j ) XAXX.i'ir'i. Jii"iin,T',iin. )'" c'HANOLEll, ti. I'. Jc T. A.. New Orleans. l H. AloKfcX , i. T. A ..New Orleans. l.aaUsill' tivlll Ait. S. K. R. Trains I -nve Milan a followt on and after April Ti KH. r ASMKXUKg TtslKli. No. 1, south, leave at 12:.T0 an No. " " pin No. t. nortii. " l:().in N. 4, " " S:53 am A. W. LOViNO. Agent. C. P. ATMOttE, 0. F CANTWELL, Urn. I'. i I. A. Local Ticket Ag't- OI XTV AXI CITY DIRUTORY. COI XTV OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold. fvJwriff. M. C. Holmes., Coaotr Csurt Clerk. 1:. E. Haines, Chancery Clerk, Trenton- T. 4. William. (hanotrr Clerk, Humboldt. ''.'in. MHrc. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M- II. Johnson, Lnw Curt Clerk...

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. — 11 September 1879

FOUR-LEAF CLOVES. Ixnrn rtuvinj; the orchanl-grftM, A h:in)v. ettrelo rover. Pr'tfy hi tic Mancery Goes huiitiugfuur-lcaf clover. Timiil IHtlc Marrery iives her seiirclitiiB over. Startled hv a Minlw Imrkf ni'mf the clover. Kneeling down bewHr her, Kl.wtiii Mrt'liiii over, Martin in the orenrl-cr8, tine iimitin? lour-leni clover. Unztn? In each other eycti, Searehinif imill over; There'- no lontrer uy need Hunting four-leal clover. Jennie F.. T. JUnrr.im Scriimer far September. KNITTING. Knitliim aiy in the MinnhiiHt, - While the frwrrflnt ne blow, And the liitlit wind mlrwilie pfrtuls, Till t hey. full like fhtkm of enow; JHiit'liiiii; gladly. Khinciiif; Hhyly, At the lover hy her Hide JsniH-;' (iiinles, eoy eonfPRsions, . A II u "miii'len'o love ! pride; W eiiviiiK in with skilliul ti risers irlish lunch's, pure UeHirew, W hile the brurlitiiemi of thofutnro r'litshes throniih the twinkling win, " And a young heart' fond ambitions. Tender hopes, and golden drcam, iNf'iH'n as Ihe Mi...

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