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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 October 1879

TO CORRKSPOITOEjrrS. A'.l niminuiiu-atKiiiH fort his p:ir-r-hull he ftrv-oiiipHiiicvl iy th-iimn of the un'lr, ihi iiecfH-jirily - publication, liut hk evidence; 1 ;:.! l:nt ii m 1 lu-p:irt ot the writer. Wrile only ii oii' iit- t he p:ip-r. !! juirtieulurly llHtli, .lll'l dull!, tO llaiVe all Irtti-i s or liurci. plain und disti'iet. T1IE FARMER'S WOOING. The (laWifM muMi-d in the grass, the butter cups were dM'pinir, Ami just across the riverun(ithe ftiruieixat their rcMping; I'jwui tiie hills, so blue and far, the maple leiives were show illif. Their soft white hcamies In the breeze that from the sea was blowing. A little miiiil eanie through the lan'l with hoiik ami rippling liiuirlitcr: Tlie buttercups made way lor her, the dai sies nodded utter. A Btronc yniintf farmer saw her pause Vx-side the parting river; She drew a lily from its depths with golden heart a -quiver. ' Thou art more lair than lilies are," naid he, with head uplifted, Anil threw u poppv as the stream toward t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 October 1879

MILAN. EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, OCTOBEK 16. 1879. Louisville Foundry and Machine Shop. War Declared "COR. MAIN XD TENTH STREETS. A. r- Cochran. J. "V. Ainslie. Geo. Ainslie. PLAUT & FRENZ, COTTOX. October Report for the Mem-1 phis District. .-; Memphis, Oct 9. The crop report for the Memphis district for Septem ber embraces seventy-one responses from West Tennessee, NorthMissis sippi and North Alabama. VEST TENNESSEE. The weather Of 38 responses, 22 report the weather dry and very fav orable; 5, cool and 'dry; 11, the first two weeks wet and cold and the bal ance of the month pleasant. WeathereftecU on the crop 22 re port favorable in all respects; 5, check ed maturity, one of which adds caus ing much rust; 4, rank growth and much rot;2f caused much shedding; 5, caused premature ripening and loss of top crop. Crop damages 16, no damage; 19, damage by rust and rot; 5 of whom eay serious, and 14 slight; 8 give the percent of damage averaging seven. Cotton fruiting 2G, well; 8, moder at...

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. — 23 October 1879

Exchange. hi JLJOL VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 23 1879. NUMBER 34. MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE RltOOKN. Editor and Proprietor. t ItM'KIPTIOX KATKK. Two dollar a year; one dollar for six monthr f, fly wots for three month, invakuhly in ad- PllOFESSIOXA L CA I.'DS Chester (1. Hod, Attorney at Lair, Jackson, Trim. OFFICE on ll.iltiui.ire Street, between Lib erty and Church. jauU-ly Stukelv L. Hays. Ebkest L. Bullock. llnllockS.' Hays, Attorneys at Law, OFFICE over Neely PybaV Drug More, jan ly JACKSON. TUNX. 1 .. 15. 151. ACK. W. SI. Mcl'.I.L, Mil.iu, lean. I, l,aie m ull .1 mure, Xrenton. Tebn. Black SrMcCall, I Attorneys at Lair, rrenton and Milan, Ten a. i Will practice in (iibon and a 'joining roun er. and in the Supreme and Federal courts at uckeun, and iu the Federal courts at Mem hk. sent.Vly J as. li. Drason, Attorney at iAiir, Trenton, Tenn. )R0M1'T attention given to bunine. fc-bo-ly . M. IIAIX. T. E. HAKWOOD. J la 11 tt liar wood, Attorneys at Late, Trenton, Tenn. l'roupt ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE A BROOKS, Editan aaa rroprletora. MILAN, - - TEXNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The Chief of the Bureau of Statistics re ports the value of export from the United States of live animals of all kinds has in creased from 5,844,r3 during the fiscal year of 1878 to 11,4S7,754 during IST'.t; of total ex porU of live animals last fiscal year, 71 per cent- were sent to Great Britain. The value of exports of cattle increased from $3,H;,S18 during 1878 to $S,379,200 in 1879. Major J. I. Iellussey, formerly Captain in tlie First Infantry, has been promoted to the Majorship of the Fourth Infantry, made va cant by the death of Major Thornburgh. DeKussey is an old and experienced Indian fighter. WEST AND SOLIUM EST. Two officers from Gen. Merritt's command arrived at Rawlins on the 13th. Merritt had a Bharp fight with the hosti'.c on the same day he joined rayne, after which he moved forward towards the "White River Agency without further opposition, reselling there on the ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE.; WIDE A BKOOKS, Editor 4 Proprietor, i . . i flUL-VN, - . TENNESSEE. HOME AM) FOREIGN GOSSIP. A man in Jessamir.e County, Ky., raised " five watermelons that weighed 335 pounds. Three iumiRED Bgrifultural tenants, in Tinperary, Ireland, have refused to pay the full amount of their rent, and -disturbances are feared. Mr. Hazard of Vancluse, It. I., r!lVe a lawn party to the spirits of his 5ead relatives. He says that among the guests were hi late wife nd daughter. I F you wanted to go from London to Scotland you could do it for less than $20, yet every one of Queen Victoria's journeys to Balmoral costs the nation $10,000. F. Citosnr of Milford, N. II., recently came near losing his eysight bv owning a bottle of ammonia "which had been standing in the heat. He was sightless for a day. A f ictire-frame in a dealer's win dow in Paris, which is lalx-led at a high price, bears the following inscription : 44 This superb frame has contained a picture by Titian ! " A Brooklyn...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1879. In Macon.JGa, no chili will be'allow ed at a public school, unless its father Las paid a poll-tar. The papers are trying to give rea sons for te defeat of the democracy in Ohio. We think the principal rea son is, they didn't have votes enough. lion. John Johnson has been in formed by J, D. riunket President of the Bute Board os Health, that Rule No. 6 has been recinded. and that loose lint and seed cotton, togeth er with such persons as may accompa ny the eame, holding passes, may be admitted into Memphis. Spain has been visited by distinc tive inundations Much damage has been done to property and many li7es lost. 2000 houses were destroyed. The damage to property is estimated at 30,000,000 francs, and 570 bodies have already been recovered. It is tnonght that 1,000 persons have per ished. General Butler gets even with the other fellows once in a while. Zach Chandler has been telling folks in Massachusetts about how the rebels were trying ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY. OCOTBEK 23, 1879. NEW ADVEUTlSEMlL'tT. r!T. LOUIS. William Ellison, proprietor of the Phoenix iron work. St. Loui, i one ol the mostrelia bio manufacturers of portable and stationery team engines ia the Went. In fact anything in the way of repairing or making machinery be doe promptly, cheap and, guarantee satis- f action. Bee card in this paper. Keep'l Celebrated thirls, elegantly made from the but Wamsutta muslin, and Irian lin en, are advertised in our columni by (likert Dros. Thia if a live and enterprising firm Mlid and reliable, and will fill orders for shirts at lower Sguree than anybody, for the quality of goods- Headers of the Eicamoa are rec ommended to buy their abirts from Uibert Bros. The SU Louis Union stock yards is ono'of the largest in the United States, and ia the only wholesale yards in St. Louis. U accessible by rail and river. Every road entering that city unload directly into these yards. Parties chipping te the great metropolis of the...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 October 1879

AT.OSE. sb- -lands lfsi(l the cott.-iip- door l ;it'h the dying dy, llfr raven Isuir ln'oprinkU'd o'er With fl:iks of nilver irray ; Aii l muny a line of hhId-h hcrts Tlmt 1' yet lovejy luce. T murk ln-re nlr- anil mirnt tear . Have li'It tlx'ir IiiMtiiig trace. And -till her li;wred thought will toll ' !M'iu that ie no more, Aik! M-iin the onee-loved foniiH that dwell m iiiein'ry'H rliadowv tthore ; A'.iin the little oot to deck, Tluit tiow ho ernptv MtHiidn, Au'm;h to- t"el iiroiinil her neck 1 .. tout h of tiny hutidv. H iv lonir. the wein-y spirit cries, Within this world of pain, l'.re 'm-utli the never-f:iilinf? Okie I MH-et them om-c Huain? And :i- fhe views the silver nilit, !"jow fwi'epiiiK to the went, A iiininiiiM'd prayer in fiiith takcx flight T him who iriveth rent. Amu-run Critrhett.in Tempi liar. OH I EX TAT, POEMS FROM SAADI. A l.l.-SON OF MIIIMIKMON. A jiilirim tioi:nd to Mecca quite away liin an- 1 :i wort And 01: tiie desert's bliMterinsr his feet irrpw j tie y v...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 October 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications (or thix paper should be accompanied by the name of the author, not Iece-earily lor publication, but an evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one Hide of the paper. He particularly Careful In (riving nnni- and dates, to liuve U letters or figures iilain and distinct. WHERE SHALL THE BABY'S DIM PLE BE? Over the cradle the mother lump, Softly crooning a slumlMT-wiiiif ; And tlieste were the xiiiiple word nhc sung All the evening Ion : - ( heck or chin, or knflckle or knee, M'heiVliall the bahyV dimple be? Where dhall the anm'l's liiwr nt When he couch down to the baby'H net? Where Khali the anelV touch remain When he HwiiktiiH 1113- babe Ujcuin?" Mill hh she lM-nt and smiir so low A murmur into her music broke, And lm. paused to hear, for she could but know The baby nnirel HKke. ' heck of chin, or knuckle or knee. Where shall the baby's dimple be? Where shall mv linsri-r fall and rest When I come down to the baby's nest? ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE" PLAUT- & FRENZ, W ar Declared Louisville Foundry and Machine Shoi. COR. MAIN AND TENTII STREETS. THURSDAY, JXTX)BEIl 23, 1879. Geo. .A.iiislie. -V. X. Cochran. J. AV. TVinwli. Railway quarantine. The following very important cir cular, issued by the General Man ager of the C, St. L. & N. O. road, explains itself. This Ls a step in the right directiou. Chicago, St. Louis & New Or leans Railroad Company, Office of the Vice President and Gen eral Manager, No. 226 St. Charles Street, New Orleans, Oct. 7, 1879. Sir : 'Ihirty-one re sponses have been made by railroad officials to the circular issued on the 6th of August, requesting a meeting of the railroads, with a view of pe titioning the National Congress to make provision for the appointment of a National Board of Health, to whom shall be delegated the power of adopting and putting iu force quarantine rules and regulations af fecting inter-State commerce, pas sengers and merchandise transported on railroads...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 October 1879

Exchange. 1 HHi VOLUME YI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 30, 1879. NUMBER 35. MILAN EXCHANGE WADE A BROOKS. Editor and Proprietors. KinstRIPTIOX HATES. Two dollar a year; one dollar for six month; fifty eenU for three months, ikvariably is ad tisck. rilOFESSIOXA L CARDS Chest tr G.Bod, Attorney at Law. Jackson, Tcnn. OFFICE'on Baltimore Street, between Lib erty and Church. jat9-ly tokilt D. IIats. Ebkest L. Buli.oci. Bullock Hays, Attorneys at Law. OFFICE over Keely & Pyha.' Drat jantf ly JACKSON, TEKK. U. B. Black, Late Cirauit J art ire, ' Xrcnton, Xenn. V. M. McCall, Milan, Xenn. Black &McCall, Attorneys at Laic. Trenton and Milan, Tcnn. Will practice in Gibson and a Ijoining eon ti.K. and in the Supreme and Federal courts at Jackson, and in the federal courts at Mem phis. seut5-ly Jan. 11. Deason, Attorney at Laic. Trenton, Tenn. I PROMPT attention given to.busine?. feb6-ly W. M. HALL. T. E. IIAEWOOD. Hall & liar wood, Attorneys at Laic. Trenton, Tenn. rrompt la t'oIlert...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 October 1879

J MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE A BBOOES, Editor aad Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE CURRENT NEWS- WASHINGTON. The Supreme Court of the United States lias rendered a decision sustaining the con stitutionality of the Pacific Railroad Fund ing law panned in May, 1878, by which the Pacific Railroads which are In arrears tipon their obligations to the United States Gov ernment are required to set apart a certain IKjrtion of their earnings each year for the extinguishment of such debt. Dissenting opinions were filed by Justiees Strong, Brad ley, and Field. WEST AND SOUTHWEST. Military operations against the Utes have been suspended, pending negotiatiations for peace which are now in progress. Gen. Merritt has returned to White River Agency, where he will remain for the present, and meanwhile an additional military force is to be concentrated at Alamosa or Garland, to operate in the Southern part of the State if necessary. The Chiefs of the Southern Utes have been in consultation at Los Finos, and...

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. — 30 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE A BttOOKS, EdiUrs ul Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. HOME JLND FOREIGN GOSSIP. Lucia Z abate, the midget, and her parents have returned to Mexico, taking w ith them, it is Raid, a snug fortune. D. Boone oilled A Bar on Tree in the year 17C0," is inscribed on an old beech tree in Tennessee, near Jonesboro. The centennial of the old tree has just tx?en formally celebrated. Eveline W. AVardmell of Boston has recovered $5,2i8 damages from the estate of E. C. Itoyden, because Boyden, an apothecary, put up laudanum instead of rhubarb for her, two years ago. She has been partially paralyzed ever since. A pike tree in England, fi.5 feet high, has a rook's nest at the very top, out of which grew this year three stalks of oats, each carrying a well-filled head and showing clear against the sky two or three feet above the tallest branches. The ex-Empress Eugenia is worth more than $5,000,000 and yet earth holds no more unhappy woman than she. What's money to her, when s...

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

r hi MILAN EXCHANGE TIIUESDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1879. It is stated that Col. J. M. Keating ha sold bis interest in the Memphis Appeal to CoL M. C. Gallowaj. The Knoxville Republican favors Hon. Wm. Rule as the Republican candidate for Governor next year. Tapers all over the country are coming out in favor of Bayard for the Presidency. No doubt he is one of the purest men that can be selected. The Memphis papers are enthusias tic over the return of health, happi 'iess and business to that city. We hope they may all have all the busi ness they can possibly do. Memphis Ledger: The Kuights of Honor have buried twenty-ihree niem liers of their order since the present fever season began, also twenty meni bers ot families. They have nursed 1 68 persons and expended in all 87, 092,20. Both Christians and Jews have ten dered the McKendree congregation at Nashville the use of their several houses of worship until they can get ink quarters of their own. This is an evideuce of true religion, and it ...

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

J. :riT -r1-. :?fcjr:ii n e.f MLM EXCHANGE TIIUESDA.Y. OCOTBER 30, 1879. SMALL. CIIAXGE. Milan is the busiest town of its inches in the slate. Hon. H. T. Johnson, ofllnmboldt was in town yesterday. Coley has reseived a new lot of fine specs. Go and see em. liolloway & Pearee's new stock pens have been whitewashed. J. B. Davie will keep the finest whiskeys, no matter what the cost is. Another heavily loaded train ful of passengers went down to Memphis yetterday. The Southern Pacific Hotel is now getting a tremendous run of patron age. It deserves it. Do you wish to see Milan double it population in the next three years? If so, vote the railroad tar. Big white frosts fell here hist Fri day and Saturday mornings, and the weather has been cool since. Estes, Doan & Co' store and cot ton warehouse are again open and in full blast in Memphis. Give them a shipment. Do you want manufactures of va rious kinds in Milan T Vote the rail road tax, and they will spring up like mushrooms. T...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 October 1879

DTSGHSE. tMw m, iiiy heart for flttinz ttimli lmth A fniltlfHtsqiifst ; kl Irvtnkt iut it lor a little wtiil Into the tin-BKt Of kir mv own voice hatli no power to win) t Vme ulniru'.Kl'ii'd, rd a. uz wk-Ii MiiiKlor thee as inort!l ear Hath never iieiirrt. U I rwnM put this liewrt ol mine within The roHe'K ln-nt Tle. www that Imply on your bosom r eet Will Boim-time rest IM niaJieHs tremblinif petals burn and glow With wondrouii hue; vor miftwrn Iroin i consoloun depth hkhiM rie An row ne'er knew. .Imlttx n the sweetness and the ttong would f.:rl!l In iirh Htranire wise Tow wiikin;,' soul, that it w ould read, and h-e'i, Mv fond di:ruixe: for h'VM would lie the burden of the sonz The row's breath Won'.-i liu Ixve's ierfe-t ineense, sweet as Ule, And strong as Death. Be-i!: 1 know not how to woo, but in A rrmn's plain whv, I hiiir.i-lv tvk all lair things for their aid What did you h:iv? Yon tl.iiik a man's plain way all other ways M'iMt etill eclipse! Hm-ii take the Htory, darling s...

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

TO CORRESPOITOENTS. All communications lor this paper (hould be accompanied by the name of the author, not oecexHarilv for publication, but as evidence of good faith on the part of the writer. Writ onlvon one side of the paper. He particularly careful in (riving ntmri and dates, to have ail letters or figure plain and distinct. BESIDE A LITTLE GRAVE. " Call no one happy till he dicx," the old Athenian Mivinic ha the xtitmp of truth ; And oh ! how iimny u bright unl flowing vouth. Lit with the tHorninir' Hiinxhinc and its (told. An vear i-wrpt on liasdurkciu-d with the mold Of vi-e and bitternc and Min-lirouglit eare! Ilnw niHiiy a fond and tearful mother' prayer Had lH-en "muttered if t-he could have told If in future lite whom slio wii)ht tiod to Hpare! Nhv, rather whe hud , raved he should lie cold In all the purity of childhood dretrt ; And HtHtiditiK o'er my tirst-lioni' little srravc I ean but humlilv muriiiir .1 knew ln,'t. linlsss He took the jireeimiM flower He irave. Good W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1879. W ar Declared Louisville Foundry and jSiacliiiie Sliox). COR. MAIN AXD TENTII STREETS. PLATJT & FRENZ, What Shall lie Done with Con vict labort No one need think us foolish enough to suppose that the lessees of the peni tentiary can be disturbed iu their light. Their contract with the state is binding, and can not be abrogated. Hence, they have the right to con trol the convict for the next four years, or nearly so. At the expira tion jf their leane the Legislature can and ought to refuse to again If-a.se the penitentiary to anyone. This much we deem it necessary to say before proceeding to discuss the question at the head of this article, what shall be done with convictlabor? There is but one place where they can be put to avoid coming in contact with free labor, and that i, working the country mads. No one would complain of this. Every laboring man would give it his unqualified sanction. It 60 happens that every wad required to work t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 November 1879

NICHOLSON HOUSE, Cor. Churoh and SpruoeSts. Hear Chattanooga Depot, . XASHVILLE, TEXX. - ..... t I. G. MCIIOLSOX. NovMy S4 1 H J WADE BKOOKS. Editors Bd' Proprietor. srnscBirrioBr rate. T dollsn i resx; one dollar for six months; fcflj coots for thro months, ixtakiablt is id vakcc. Enter1 at tht post office at Milan. Tenn., u ecrond elau teatter. urn VOLUME YI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, NOVEMBER 6, 1879. NUMBER M. MILAN EXCHANGE Milan Exchan BBOFESSIOXAL CARDS Chester G.Bond, Attorney (it Law. Jackson, Tenn. o FFICE'on Baltimore Streot, between Lib erty and Church. ian9-ljr Ptoielt D.Uavs. Ebkist L. Bullock. Bullock & Hays, Attorneys at Laic. OFFICE orer Keely k PjrW Dm snore, jsnS ly JACKSON, 1 ENS . Q. B. Black, Late Cireait Judse, Trenton. Tenn. W. M. McCall. Milan, Xena. Black & McCall, Attorneys at Laic. Trenton and Milan, Tenn. Will practice in Uibron and a Ijoininr cons ties, and in the Supreme and Federal court! at JaoKMin, and in the Federal courts at Mem lhi. leptd-ly Jas....

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

MILAN EXCHANGE. VIDE A BROOKS, tilUn aai Proprietor. MILAN, - - - TEXXESSEE CUHKEXT NEWS. WASHINGTON. President Tlaves has sent a telegram to General Grant, inviting him to be a truest at the White House when he visits 'Washing ton. The National Fair at Washington, D. C opened on the 28th ult. An industrial pro gression four miles long was a portion of the display. The President and other officials were pre sent on the Fair Grounds. The public debt statement for November 1 makes the following exhibit: Decrease dur ing OetolMT, 10,."i.12,KK;; cash in Treasuty, $5i,rU4,811; j:old certificates, $ H,."!l,0u0; silver certificates $6,13T,8T0; certiticatcs of deposit outstanding, $22,400,000; refunding certificates, J2,8!K),4O0; legal tenders out standing, $344;,8,01G; fractional currency outstanding, 15,710,!.VJ; total debt, 12,225, '1,870; total interest, $21,002,481. WEST AND SOUTHWEST. Oen Grant arrived at Omaha on the 1st, on his way Eastward. As at most other stopping places, he had ...

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