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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 September 1879

r,nrtnr-,-u I day, or sinv social recreation, for him- -.SSS! U or hi-Vife wa onite ttnnesary. -n-(ii:iiiiii.-.i i,y tiu- na-i.mi t'i- ai-iU'ir, nt : l-ut eviMi these thinjjs were more ex ii.f..i.riiy turfiui4iriitir.il, iiatu- iUuiw. ot i curable th:in the neglect of The cninimon- mly on ail lMi-r. r1'""' iirnun ri me wn-iT. ni I tlti ;);ijM'i. Iti- p:tif icuinrly niir tutim and Jut-, to ii;ivi ! .run'M lUiiiii iiml e'.it i.i-L. FLOW E Its OF MEMORY. Jtr. i-if raow,4n frrlrliiiw den.p Onr rliiintv nniaerw elmll tr to sir-op. Annl i" n ake till sjinng. The Hift lilue sky lie'll turn to jtray. The blorfwilim iiiake to tall, Then shall he steal tbetn mute a way And e forget tlieiu ull? Nav! even tho' his touch shall Irrinpr TW tnwnt, and chill, anil snow. In memory, still, the liirris shall sillK, And still the flowers blow. The purple I'ansii-s, one by one, Hball lift their fntsmnxit I'leniN, And eooltxl I it rain, and kissed by huh, fcliall light the jfurUcn-beds. The summer sunligh...

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. — 11 September 1879

ESTABLISHED IN 1841. Louisville Foundry and Machine Shop. THE EXCHANGE -THE Lookout Iilountain COR. MAIN AND TENTH STREETS. A.. p. Cochran. THURSDAY, SEPT. 11, 1879. J. AV. A.intlie. Geo. Ainalie. Dial , fro i mtlla' Tsrw to all po netj-ee K A BAIAOOX L.IXE. Proofing NoWto Build a Rail road in t he Air. Several publications, says the New Orleans Picayune, have lately been made in regard to a projected line of balloons to run between Spanish Fort and New Lake end. It has been found impracticable to construct, with out great expense, a railway between these two points, owing to the swampy nature of the ground. The details of the contemplated balloon have not been correctly or fully stated, and are given below. The plan is not original, so far as the principles involved are concerned, but the application is ingenious. It u well known that, while balloons have been constructed which are capable of sustaining very large weights, no suc cessful mthod of directing the course of the air shi...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 September 1879

Milan ihY CHANGE, H VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 18, 1879. NUMBER 29. THE EXCHANGE WADE BROOKS, IMlfrn ml Proprietor. SI IMKKIPTIOJJ KATES. Tw. dollar a rcr; on. dollar for Umontnr; a.fiy cent for three month. itaiai.t ik ad cakck. CHESTER BOND, Attorney aud Counselor at Law JACKSOX, TENNKSSEB. OVFICE on Baltimore Street, between Lib erty and Chorh. jautt-3y Ktukklv I). Hays. Ekkkst L. Bclmm-k. Dl LLOCK A- HAYS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFKK'E over Neely A- Py W ' Trn More, ju ly JAlk.MKN. Ih.NJS. G. B.'Bi.a. W. M. MrCAtL. Late Circuit .)ud;e, t"V. Ireou.u. Tenn. lenn. BLACK & McCALL, AllOIiXEYS AT LAW, Oflicr ut Trenton and Milan, lenn. Wilt !nirtic in iboon and aijoinint; coun tie. nd in the 8uircine unci 1 ederal court, l Jhcoo. ndin the federal court at Meui- t'hi. JAS. It. DEASOX, Attorney at Law ! Trenton-, Tenx. JJROMPT attention given tobuineM. W. M. HALL. T. E. HAKWOOD. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TREXTON'. TENN. Prompt In t'ollectlon. febC-ly Wis A.CoorHR....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 September 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE, WADE BCOoks, FdiUn 4 Proprietors. 1HLAX, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. VVASHIXGTOX. The Iiureau of t-itistirs ha .received ttie reports of expn mm! iaipMl-ffm'll rtie Collectors of Customs throughout the United States, and a pnwpfttTfoil flf "thtm show the balance of trade in our favor for the fiscal year ending Judc 30, 1879, of $204,601, as a ;ainst a balance of prsT.PH.IEl for Uie fiscal year ending June June 30, 1S7S. The total value of exports was $710,0,441, and of im ports, $44.,777,77.i. The total exports of coin andjjullioulor the rear were fc!4, 897.441, and the total ,' import,' 'JO, SKW.OOO. Thcr'fas jnoj-e ujr Imported than any otlier sinple article of merchandise, although the amount was over $ 2,000,000 less than the previous year. Tlie next article in amount of importation was coffee, which also fell off about 12,000,000 worth. The imports ef tea fell off 2 per cent, during the year, but the imports of fancy articles, silks, diamonds and other luxuries...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 September 1879

Tb COItllESPOXDENTS. All co.ri itfiri tonj tortni prater.-iiuld 1 fcccotn; :. '!. I :y il, (. nutiiK ,( iia. jiijil.i i-, nut tiws.'i 1 i iitiiiiirHU'sii. I ui a i'leiiw "I Ifrxxl f iirh m lie l ;iit of I). e ri-: Wrifn only on one i ,. ppi r. jniiil !y erefi;l Sn tinines met in-. u have tdi leuej or li-i.ie i. .mil untl cii-. i-."t HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. The shadow of God upon earth " is one of th finest of the Sultan's titles. Wisconsin has a wealthy farmer who is Known as "the Cranberry Prince." Benzyl blue is a new dye, a product of the sit ; -tit ut ion of rosauline lv three atom f benzyl. It is readily soluble in water anil applicable to both vegetable and animal libers. Ox a recent Sunday evening 1,200 persons in St. John's lloman Catholic Church, ItocheMer, Minn., stood up and repeated, after Father Turner, a solemn pledge of abstinence from all intoxicat ing drinks fur one year. The Province of QuoIk-c has the boss centenarian.- II. Richards of Sher brooke, aged one hundr...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 September 1879

Grand Annual Exhibition THE EXCHANGE i XEW ADVERTISEMENTS. EXCLUSIVE HAEHWAEE STORE! THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1879. Charles Glass for murder, was hung in Cairo last Tuesday. It is thought that Gen. Grant will arrive in San Francisco to-day. Great preparations have been made to re ceive him.- Winchester has a hog law, and the owner of each vagrant hog is fined fifty cents. Slatter, of the Home Journal, offers his for sale. The boiler of Chris. Power's slaugh ter mill exploded in Nashville last Monday, killing the engineer, Frank Dufley, and wounding a negro badly. The Young Men's Christian Asso ciation of this state will hold its first annual meeting in Chattanooga on the 26th, 27th and 28th of this month. The woods of Gibson county is full of Greenbackers, and they are rapid ly organizing for the contest Jacktcn Mliig. They is, is they! We have neither seen nor heard of it in this neck of woods. The New York democratic conven tion last week, in Syracuse, nominated Governor Robinson for r...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 September 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SKIT. 1. 1879. HAU.HOAP TUT, TABLES. t blmF(. UseiU A JSw OrlM K. R. Trius l..e Milan as fHws "J after April 7, . rw!ictt TgAtXS. No. 1. n.wth, leaves Ml 1:1? P" X Pin 1 im Ixtut iftnen minutes slower thmi town tin.". , J-C. LoPi.4. Agent, Milan, j J a M A A, eo i. jai-Kfoii. icnn. r" I il AM'I.KU, U. P. i T- A., Sew Orleans. 1)1 . MOKKV.U. T. A., New Orleans. alitill A KsuthvillC iit.8. U.K. Train ..nve Milan as follows on anil after April Wis?;'. rAS'KXQRR TRAINS. Na! l.oth. leaves at 12:.Tnam No. 3. " " l:impm Ko. Z. north, " l w ! K. 4. ' " n A.W.LOVINd. Agent. C. f. ATMOKE, 0. F. CANTWELL. ieii. 1. k T. A. U1 Ticket Ag't- rouxTir axi city dirktokv. COUNTV OFFICERS. J. D. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. K. K. Raines, Chancery Clerk. Trenton. T. J. William, Chancery Clerk. Humboldt. Wm. Mwra, Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M . 11. Ji.hnon, Law Court Clerk, llumbolc't. 1). O. Carleton, Coroner. J.C.U.ng, Trustee. James A Cox. County Surveyor. J. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 September 1879

HALF-HE A Ii TED III conl'l love tliw, lovp, little iiior. If tu lair lovniitlivinl the lirit-f nwwtiose- 1 in my nnlilen fluid w-s ail tliy store. Atvi nil mv Joy within thy nnnien rlos 1 to-u ouM 1 prny my lit-art to lie full fond J uirvci, ;tad n, little bit U.'yoii'l. f.'t 'kii--ll ml iirituro.se wi.t not frail. It Know-Ill p ;'.! not ere the dying day SI I v.iv tr'-.e ii l':ipln-b in Hi' tale. If Until etmM'st l.ve us Juliet in the Vy Tlien womrt I tench mv heart to he full fond m::r, unil a little bit beyond. "iit xiiu-e ! tnnr I ii m ?m wyr-l tni Ami wayward Ul; fair love, thou seem rtt '-i..,.-!'... .iv mu-rt siirh for something And -:uii 'lav tlioti for life'd monotony JVitlu-e, -tBvlnre, ere yet we rmiw too fond, Iwl Jet ine p"- HMf! bit beyond. ...... . . Maclvood. "PERFECTLY." TIk-iv was once a ix'rfetly nio-l;rn girl, I ) rfe- i'y mo-lcrn whys, "l no saw i i-fection in evi-iy tiling 1,i:iX h.i)').ened to ruwt her g4?.e. itiieli jtei-feetly lovely tiling Klie wiw, Aii'l ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 September 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All o :. iiTimi.il iitmiii. lor thin paper Mnvtildlje: ar-t-om j.;. r; i. l !jy the name nf tliu author, not niMi-r-fiivUv iorimnlii nti"!i, Imt ns eviilcnee ol tr l fiiii n tin-pnrt ! tho i ii-r. W rite onlyon one r-i J- .J hi1 Iiip r. lie l'urtlcularly enri fiil i:i jrfvit.tr niiim-s utA iluti-s, to have ail litirs i r ;iiri.rc jilaiit u.-id distinct. EPISODE OF THE CHIMEAX WAP.. In hU miDiI"!il" U'tit the soMii-r sits, Iti-wiili- liitu fliin-i- Hit oil-lamp utiiokily, WlittM" tlitn Iislit jrloonm uml ttkki'is on the Of niftlin paiK-rthiit tilth t'mrercyes Ami lii urt, intent h mid. Now with a smile The flaxen-lieanleii Hinlmnit faee lights Uji A xmile t li nt in tin- smilinu lirvt'd pain Within his yeartiitig heart: the ifentle haml Tuitttlnwe mprt, loving words hutU trac-cxl, wiu no Kvornintm In hi proteetinjr elai-p Kntold it i Who ran tell ! lie can but Visa With wild Intenxit v the putre that band Hath toUelH-d. Each line, each word read and re-rrail. At l!...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 September 1879

ESTABLISHED IN 1S41. Hiouisville- Foundry and Machine Slioi. THE EXCHANGE Lookout Itlountain COR. MAIN AND TENTH STREETS. A. P- Cochran. THURSDAY, SEPT. 18, 1879. J. W. Ainslie. Geo. -A-innlie. CAMP BIRKE. A Camp on WheelsThames of its Occupants, etc. It was our good fortune yesterday to be one of a partj who viaited tbe various camps, and wbile all look well, are clean and healthy, and the occupanU contented, we wuh to make special mention of she railroad camp Darned after Mr. Burke, Superintend ent of the Mississippi and Tennessee railroad. The occupants are mostly officers and employes of the Mississip pi and Tennessee railroad, and live in passenger and box cars losated on a temporary side track about one mile south of Whitehaven, Tenn., and about nine miles from Memphis. The grounds and surroundings are pleasant and attractive. A well re cently dug, and about fifty feet deep, furnishes an ample supply of good, cool water. The "office of the com pany is located in a passenger ca...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 September 1879

The n, 1 SMI r N3 -J- U VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 25, 1879. NUMBER 30. THE EXCHANGE WAIIK Jk RltOUHN, Eilllara nntl Irorirlor. MitM Kiniox kati;s. Two dollar! a year: one dollar for aix montht: ,fty-enti for three month, invakiarly IX ad- CHESTER G. BOND, Altorurj-aisd C'ouiiM-Ior at Law JACKSON. TEXXKS.-EE. OFH( K on lialtimora Street, between Lib erty and Cliun-b. jatf-ly t-Tunn.t P. Hays. Easr.sT L. Dlu.wk. IIIEEOCK & II AYS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OKI'K'K over Neely t P.vl' I'mir rsore. juuii ly JA K0.. TK.VX. East Tennesseeang are again agitat ing the question of a separate state. One wing of tlie democratic party nominated Ben Butler for Governor of Massachusetts last week. t;. r.. jn.ACk. L;ile t'iri-uit .luilae. 1 rent ii n. Teuu. W. M. MrCti.L, Milan. Tenn. BLACK & McCALL, AUORXEYS AT LAW. OfTirrx d Trenton and Milan, lenn. "V- pm-tire in iibon and it Ijoinine cour tirs. .I'id in the Supreme and Federal courts at Ju. ki-ou. and in the Federal courts at Mem p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 September 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE k BROOKS EdlUn and Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The monthly crop report of the IVpart rocnt of Agrieultur howi heavy decline in cotton during August, the general average being 85 against 91 for the month previous. Corn ft" againt H3 for August. Tobacco h put at 87, nn advance of 10 per cent, from the August condition and an increase of 6 per cent, over the condition at the same time last year. Lieut. Smith S. Leach has been made dis bursing officer of the Mississippi River Com mission, by the direction of Secretary of War McCrary. " It is announced that tho Treasury Depart ment will noon make arrangements to ex change gold and silver coin for United States note at the Sub-treasuries in different parts t the country. WEST AN1 SOUTHWEST. The Old Settlers' Celebration of the Quarter-centennial of the settlement of Kansas, held at Bismarck Grove on the loth and l!th, was a grand racer, fully 20,000 people being prese nt. Col. John V. Fo...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 September 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE BROOK4, WlUn tat Proprirton. MILAN", - TENNESSEE. HOME AND FOREIGN GOSSIP. Petf.i: Cooper has given SCOO.QOO to the j n ! through his institute. A fi:o was found on top of a Cam bridge (Mass.), church steeple, 180 feet above the ground, the oilier day. A scotch paper says that two gen tlemen had a narrow escape from lning Jailed one night lately bv the fall of the hour-hand of the town clock of Ajt. It. C. Davis of Philadelphia has just purchased a half-dime of the coinage of 1802 f r r7o. Only 10 of these coins are known to be in existence. Says an exchange : " It is bad enough lor a woman to allow her children to .call her 4 mummer,' but 4 manner,' the new variation, is .still more detestable." In Febraary next vear there will be five Sundays. This fact occurs but three times in a century. Thus, after 1880, we will have to wait until 1920 be fore the tdiortest mouth of the year can again boast of five Sundays. Charlotte Cishman's villa at New port is full of cu...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 September 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, SEPT. 25, 1879. DE ALER IN Col. Tom Baker has again bought the press and type of the Benton Banner. Isaac rarruh and John Brown, of Henderson county, have enjoined the formatfon of the new county of Ches ter. Bob White, of the Lebanon Herald, lias been seeing snakes again. He thought he had one caged in a candle box, but w hen he had sobered off and looked again his suakeship could not be found. The Grant boom begun iu San Francisco last Saturday with a tre mendous artillery salute by the forts and vessels on his arrival at the GoU en Gate. The city was liberally dec orated with bunting, and many thous and people turned out to welcome the great smoker. The Milan Exchange puts our fair down for the 21?t of October, when in iuct it occurs from the 14ih to the 18th of October. Union City ClirwMe. Well, we had to guess at it. You never sent us an ad. about it, nor even a Dremium list. We don't much be- lieve you are going to have a fair at all Now! " NEW AD VEItTI...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 September 1879

THE EXCHANGE THUISSDAY. SEPT. 25, 1879. KAII.KUAD TIMS TABLE. hirK.Mi.I.la SwOrlm R. R. Trains l.uve Milan M follows n and after April;. lKTS. No. 1. north. Iws.t.. Ki. 2. SOUltl, " . J:l . pra it:3S ia ..IIS:) ni i " - .- u:.wm Time alwut tftecn saluutes slower than w time" J. C. LOPEZ. Agent, Mil, j j v AVy.f'ar't. Jackson. Tenn. K riuVKI.KK. . P.T- A.. Orleans. II. MullKV.. T. A.. Sew Orleans. l.llll'V !'shvillk Ut.B. R. B. Train lenv Milan M lollows u and after April 7i icy. r ASXKKUKI TS.AISS. N. I. south, leaves at 12:.W am w:i. " l:)m So. XaTlb. " :t'in . 4, " " - - 3:'ara A. W. 1AiMI. Agent. c. r. atmore, o. r. caxtw ell, tien. 1'. i. A. Local Ticket Ag't- SMALL. iiiax;e. Lovely weather. Col. Tom Neal, of the Dyersburg Gazette, passe! down the road hist ; Tuesday. One or two ...... a- i httle fisticuffs have ; marred die quiet of our town since our last issue. Lm rge u n ni be rs of ou r con u try f riends were in town last Saturday, and trade was brisk. Now its Mr. George W...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 September 1879

' SHADOTL'D. Tif rosir. ia tlie iim;I build , -ti Tk.-ir (iciliiff-, ol "Id ; ; ' , , jl Jpit"! tin' 'rfukiiijt liiwn is tin illcd K l 111 fcl'.te ia music told, " ' ' -4ik1 wiTiiiy lifJiU. Iv no man UUeri, .' Are littvc. iu ckrth-ot-gOlii. : 'ZVr s-unii-ier weers her former grace, winds wiuidcr by; "' mi-- k. t.eiiiity from her lace, . . No jriorv Iivuji Iit xky; .'Ami , i't .ill' Vft i-hcIi jiltM-iaul place lu iiu'i'''S-'Jn o lie- . . ; ; Tl rt.!re ! ti blue-bird's note Hrlt -vrv lt minor Mtratii; ' rtlf very tfiW't iiinHnl throat or i, r..'tli ed;-e of pain; 'Tb" ) rt!iii.' il z-iIivik o'f i usflnnf,- u;I -h-ii n end mil itiu.' , . ,, Tjist ve.ir ah T wus were witli us theu To bre.-ah oft Miinmi-r ir. Sfx p:.i--'l !-yond our tittivifrt"ken- 1'vi.i-'I our Tnftie-4 tilnver: " Our !". '.'iry worn vU lnolu-n TCfcpit I ood I'.'.'li them to 111a cure. I.t ui-, Father, ever kind ! To --eta.it- nnr lie; ' Iel i:o -.mire be deaf and Mind To 1' k and voice of thine; In duller-1 v.iivs -til...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 September 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ATI CHimiM!. ion forlliiTKi-relionl'J be av t 'ii.'' i-l liy i hi ii(T!!p i.i j in h ntlir, not tiff-?-;!' tiy 1 -f J'Uiilir-tti. ., , lit -I . il i1 f.iitii i:i 1 in- ii:tit f iIhj wrie r. Write tlliv m n(H' .- if j:i mt. ! Hlti-ui:irly citit-fi:! in ir i-i'r rmii-s mi'l ':!'. to hut-it nil li'tu'ts i il-i.ii'a j lain u:i.i Oi.-: iiu-t. .V TIIE COIlX-t'IKLlK Tin- K.mtli wind stim-d the tn-s !-l com, Aii'I liriicliiiv irl tin- ! oi m.iru Ml I'VI'IT wtiviiijr Mad'', A tlm.iiirli tin- nVIU. on pleasure bent, With Uuinty ntcp wt JiNiii; went ft Jt-j-.-ie, lovt'lic'rt muni! Tin- coiitli iml ll-- upon her linir. Ami tiwwil it Iroin lir ton-head fair. And In Its tr-M--a played; Jov t-narkled in lit-r eye of "blue, Ad dyed her cltcek witli ro-der htio sweet Jcs-ie, rudinnt niuid! Xn- in the shadow- of tlit porn Mood Jeic, (rlo iii(f like flic morn, And ehvly, hull ufritid. Between tin? mwH coy irliti-c k threw. White wmirlit she there? Ah, well she knew tt Jeirsie, nrtlO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 September 1879

1 Louisville Foundry and Machine Shoi). ESTABLISHED IN 1S41. THE EXCHANGE the Lookout Mountain COR. MAIN AND TENTH STREETS. .A.. I'- Cochrun. THURSDAY, SEPT. 25. 187$). Geo. A.inslie. J. "W". jVin&lie. Was It Suicide! Newg reached here last Sunday that a voung man named Britt, residing at WUdereville, in Henderson county, had been found lying dead in the woods near that place the day before, and that his body had beeu almost de voured by hogs. A reporter sent out from this office ascertained the fol lowing particulars, which, taken alto gether, form one of the most horriMe items it has ever been our duty to re cord: Last Monday morning the young man Britt borrowed a double barrel shot-gun from Mr. Parker, as he said, to go squirrel hunting. Not returning the Dext day, his relatives grew uneasy and instituted a search for him. Nothing could be learned as to his whereabouts, and thus the week wore away. On Saturday, tho', some men were attracted by an of fensive odor, and repairin...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 October 1879

Exchange, VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 2, 1879. NUMBER, 31. THE EXCHANGE WAIE Wfc DROOKR. Keillor and Proprietary. MIXSCKIPTIOX KATKS. Two dollar year; one dollar for six monthr; ,ft cent Tor throe month, isvabiablv in ad- mk. CHESTER G. BOND, Attorney and Counselor at Law JAfh'SOX. TEXXESSE1. OFFICK ki llaltimore Street, between Lib erty and Church. i"?l!y Hixmin' D. Hyh. KkxhstL. Dcli.ock. UlULOCK & HAYS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFU'K over Xeely A PyW IW '"'re, ji,t ly JA KSOX. 1 ENX . !. It. r.i.ACK. Lute t'irruif .1J. Trenton, Tefcn. W. Milan, Temi. BLACK & McCALL, AUOltXEYS AT LAW. Office ut Tirntwi and Milan, lenn. Will iirx-tiee in CJibon ami a Joininir eoun tirn. mil in the .-unreme and redt ertil rourt nt Jsii kfoti, and i the Federal eourta at JN-ni- phi. ceiit-iy J AS. It. II lit SOX, Attorney at Law! Tuextox, Tkxx. ImOMl'T attention piveo to burine;. fcbC-ly W. M. HALL. T. K. HAUWOUI). HALL & IIARWOOD, Attorneys at Lav. TKEXT'JX, TENN. Prompt lit 'ollefHn....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE BROOEH, TiiUn aad Propria on. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS." WASHINGTON. The National Drmocratia Executive Com mittee recently convened tn Washington, but nothing of Importance connected with its session has been made public WEST AND SOtTHWEST. The Senatorial Committee appointed to in vent ipite tho chaiyea of bribery against Sen ator I ngalls of Kansas convened at TojK'ka on the 22d. ' The committee ernsits of Mcrs. Saulsbury, Vance, Bailey Logan and Cameron. The record of the legislative investigation made last winter was presented, and, objection Leing made by the prosecution, the com mittee decided not to accept th tert'nwny as therein presented, but to summon the Witnesses for examination In the present case. A number of new witnesses were also subpoenaed at the request of each tide. R. W. Golsen & Co. and II. Del Bondio & Co., St. Louis grain dealers and speculators, were caught on the " short " side of wheat in the late rise and forced to sus...

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