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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 November 1879

at TO CORRESPONDENTS. An communications lor till paper should be accompanied by tlie nutneot the autlinr, not Hecettnarilv for publication, butas evidence of (rood faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of t he paper. He particularly careful In giving nam and dates, to iiuve all letter or Cgurea plain and distinct. A COUNTRY THANKSGIVING SER MON. Av, goodina. clone the great barn door; The mellow barvert time is o'er; The enrtli lifts given her treamire meet Of golden corn and heorxli-d T ueut. You and your nciglilmrs well have wrought. And of the Hummer's bounty caught. Won from her uniili'H and from tars Much gHdH, iht1uik( for many years. Yen come a tribute now to pay And Ih-IIh proclaim Thanksgiving Iay. Well have yem sown, well have you rearwd; And of the riohca you have kave heupod. Tou think, perhaps, that you will give A part, tluit others, too, may live. Rut if such srjniment vou use, lour niggard bounty 1 refuse. Xo gifts yrr.i on the altar lay, , ! any se...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE War Declared Ijouisville Fonndry and Machine Shop. PLAUT & FRENZ, COR. MAIN AXD TEXTU STREETS. A.. P. Cochran. THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1879. Geo, Vinlie. J. "W. Ainslie. Peruvian and Egyptian Corn. Coluu (Cal.) Sun. Ozco Corn. Jackson Hart pro cured, while at San Francisco last week, five pounds of the largest com ever seen in this country. It looks like small oyster crackers. The corn was brought from the valleys of the Andes, 400 riiles ltack of Lima. John Farrott had 400 pounds of it brought down ou llamas, and sent it to San Francisco. lie says it cost him 75c a pound to get it, and Sir. Hart was glad to give a five dollar piece for what he got, (5 pounds). He ?9 giving it out, a few grams in a place to men who have gor. land and who will take good care of it. As Mr. Hart bought it for distribution, Col. Hagar now comes in and offers $20 premium far the single stalk that has the most corn upon it, and we will add the Sun for a year for the second best stalk. It is ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 November 1879

H. B. Howell & Co.; Grocers, Coin Factos' Commission Merchants So. 268 FROST STREET, MEMPHI8, TENN. In addition to th. (ale of Cotton, we handl. all kind of Produce. aepT-tf MILAN EXCHANGE WADE BROOK. Edttwre mm Frwprletvr. KlBMCKirTIOX HATER. 10 dollar a rear; od dolUr for iii monthf ; kftreeuU fur three month, mtasublt IV a-.-. Katered at the o,t office at Milan, Tana., if tecwnd elan matter. VOLUME VI. MILAN. TENNESSEE, NOVEMBER 27, 1879. NUMBEH 39. Milan Exchange, PIIOFESSIOXA L CA lil)S Chester G. Bond, Attorney at Law. Jackson, Tenn. OFFICE'on Baltimore Street, between Lib erty and Church. jau9-ly Huiblt L). Havk. Erkkst L. Bclkoce. finllockJi- Hays, Attorneys at Late. O FFICE orer Ifeely k Pybat'Drnf wore, jan ly jav.h;u., it.., U. B. Black. W. M. MrCLL. Late Cireuit Judge, Milan, Trenton. Tenu. Xenn. Black S: McCall, Attorneys at Laic. Trenton and Milan, Tenn. Will practice in (Jibnon and a Ijoining coun ties and in the Supreme and Federal count at Jarkgon, and in the Fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 November 1879

EXCHANGE. W ADI B BOOKS, EdlUrs u4 Proprietor. f m MILAN, - TENNESSEE. CUEHENT NEWS. WASHINOTOX. The statue of Gen. Geo. n. Thomas, erect ed in Fourteenth Street Circle, Washington D. C, was publicly nnvcllcd on the 19th -w ith impre-wive eereinouiea, under the direction of the Society of the Army of the Cumber land. Gen. Slocuni delivered a eulogy upon Gen. Thomas and Hon." Stanley Matthews delivered the oration. The presentation of the statue was made as an offering from the Army of the Cumberland to the Nation, and President Hayes accepted the offering on be half of the peopls of the UnitedStatoe. Pub lic and private buildings were handsomely decorated, and an imposing military proces sion marched through the principal streets. The Commissioner of Tensions gives no tice that hereafter all inquiries for the con ation of pension claims on account'of serv ices rendered after March 4, l.sil, should on lain the name of the soldier who performed military service, with his State, compan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 November 1879

-MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE A BliOOKS, EdlUn ui Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. HOME AXD FOREIGN GOSSIP. Ma XT of the people of Afghan are as .fair as Englishmen. The boys are noted bein; particularly handsome. Dk Wilhelm Schmoele, a professor at Bonn University, says he has discov ered that human life can be vastly pro lonrel by eating lemons. Ix Kns-ia, over 21,000,000 roubles are appropriate every year for pensions " "and subsidies to retired officers, and to the families of deceased officers. Ten thousand salmon fry from San Franciw-o have been nut into theMeuse. ' at Hlorick, Holland, and 20,000 more are expected. Prk. Dexter of Yale College re members the name and face of every student of the institution whose ac quaintance he has made in the last 20 years. An embarrassed actor bounded on the stage of a San Francisco theater, in a scene depicting a robbery in a hotel of fice, and shouted, ' Gag the safe, while I blow open the night clerk." Cetewato says there were only 10 of his ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 November 1879

I MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1879. Congress will meet Dext Monday. IVew York had a S2.0,000 fire last Tufday. . A Faris paper baa been fined $200 fnr publishing false news Two negro grave robbers were ar rested in Nashville last Monday. About the 27th of December, Gen. Graot will sail for Cuba and Mexico, where he will probably fpend the win ter. A London journalist estimates that the Irish in America have sent home to their friends in Ireland since 1847 not less than ?5,000,000. It is said there is a certainty that the democrats and workingmen will unite against the republicans in California licxt year. This will insure a victory. The debt payers and readjusters are equally divided in the Virginia legis lature, and both sides aro bargaining with the republicans to carry their points. Mr Adams, of the Washington Star, says that the south is solid against Tilden, that Bayard and Han cock are the democratic favorites, and that, if Grant should be elected, he may disappoint the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. NOV. 27, 1879. crrr election. t'r Major. nALE We ere authorUed to announce tapt. 8. 11. Hale, acaouidate for .Mayor. Im-lion Ier. 1H. "11TAKE. JVe are autburiied to anooun T f I" A K h candidate lor re-elect h t the office of Mayor of Milan. Election on live. l-i. IB,. Far narwhal. J USK.-WE ARK AUTHORIZED TO AN--IJ nounre John D. Lurk a candidate for re elnUoa ti tie office ol .Marshal oi the c ty of Milan. SMALL, CIIAXGE. Wheat is worth 11.25 per bushel her. Turkeys are selling here at 50c, and 75c. each. The next holiday is Christmas, to which all lrok forward with pleasure. lloyg, it is mid the stars will fall to night. A hint to the wise is suffi cient ( ie thousand bales of cotton were lterf last Sunday waiting to be cem-pi-egsed. Lx)k out for counterfeit silver dol lar!. They are iu circulation iu this rv-tiiou. A world of cotton can be seen here every day. We never saw the like in Wttt Tennessee. . A number of our young people t hick of going to the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 November 1879

"THE BABIES." Mark Twain. Kprh at the llnnquet of the Araiy of thr Ten , 1 rt'bicajro Titue U-iort.l . ' The humorous speech of the evening wits ui;ule by Samuel L. Clemens, oilier wise Mark" Twain," in response to the novd sentiment of "The Babies." "The Rabies."? ; Aa they ; comfort us in our sorrows, let as not forget them in our festivities. Laughter. I like that! We haven't all had the jnxxl fortune to be ladies laughter we haven't all been general, or poets or statesmen, but when the toast works down to the 44 Rabins" we stani on common ground, for we've all been there been babies. Laughter and anpiause. It is a shame that, for a thousand years, the world's banquets have utterly ignored the baby, a if he didn't amount to any thing. If you gentlemen will stop and think a minute if you w ill go hack Ml or 100 years to your early married life laughter and reeontemplate your first baby, you will remember that he amounted to a good deal, and even something over. You soldiers all kn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 November 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communication)) for tntT:ilT should be cciiiiaiiic(l l- the nanio of tlio author, not HwwiHiiy forpubiiratioti, bat an v-ilt-iiro of pood l:ittli on the part ot the writer. Write only on one niilc of the paper, lie particularly emvful in eivinir names and dates, to have all letters or fiirures Plain and distinct. THE OLD WAYS AND THE NEW. I've Jn-d eome In from the meadow, wife, win-re the imti Is lull and preen ; I liolililed oi:t ujain my cane to we JohnVnew iii,iliiiie: It made my old oyea siutj aaln to see that mowi-r mcw. And I heaved a oijrh for the scythe I swung pome twenty years afro. Many and lnanyV the day I've mowed, 'neath tlie rityx of the seoivliiii sun Till I thought my jmm r hack would break ore the t;ik for the day was done. I often think ot the days of toil in the fields all over the farm. Till I feel the sweat on my wrinkled brow and the old pain eome in my arm. It was hard work, it was slow work, aswinjj- inir t he old w the then ; I'nlike...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 November 1879

I V MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, NOV. 27, 1879. What One foncreRsman's Vott? is U orth. W'wblnirtoa Special to the Cincinnati Com mercial. A report ba beea received here that it iii the intention of Charles H. Wrliin, member of congress from the J'iftli New Jersey district, to resign. He i. n banker, and has recently he v. tnif insolvent. He was elected last l iil I y a small majority, in a district thtit hits heretofore been Democratic, an. I if he should resigu a Democrat would undoubtedly be elected in his lmt In that event the representa tion itf New Jersey in Congress would U three Republicans and four Demo. visit. In case the election of the txt president was thrown into the ildiix', New Jersey's vote would give i he I einocrat8 a majority of two. As I lie States stand now they are a tie, . iiniing Indiana in which De La Matvr has the casting vote as a D'Miiiicratic State. As Mr. Vorhis' vote is tt very important one, he will luiibtlts be dissuaded from resigning. N. Y. Sun: A Pen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE H. B. Howell & liO., Grocers, Cotfon Factors AS Commission merchants No. 268 FRONT STREET. MKMiHI8, TKIf H". Ia addltioa U the ami of C.Uoa. we aandta all kiada of Predaoe. oopT-af LAI WADE A BROOKS. E4llr mm Pvprltra. scBscBirnoa kates. Two etotlar a Tear; one dollar for lix month; Tif eeoU for Hire moatbi. itabialy u b- KntrrW t toe pt oSoc at fttilaa. Tens., m a.oead natter. VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 4, 1879. NUMBER 40. Exchange PROFESSIONAL CARDS Chester G. Bond, Attorney at Law. Jackson, Tcnn, OTFICS ' Baltimore Strewt. Utweea Lib ertjr aaa Cbureb. Jo-ly Btoiilt D. II it. Ebkmt L. Bcllock. Bullock & Rlays, Attorneys at Laic. "TFICE ermt Neely A Pjbo' Prof wo,. Jaa9 If O. B. Bcack. . , Late Ciraait Jed. W. M. McCaix. Milan. Teoa. Ireaton. Tun. Black JtMc Call, Attorneys at Late. Trenton and Milan, Tenn. WUI practice in Uibaoa and a'joininf eoua tie. and io the Supreme and Federal eourtf at Jarkaoa. and ia the Federal eourU at Mera bm. oePtft-Hr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 December 1879

PrfiBfslessai&. ' -J i J i j .(ft, .li Fellow-Citizens of the, Senate and House of licprescutativea; "m WMWt thir-ycrty-mxrlrOrBrT have assiinl-ts 'abets -a a. wuutsauiki under oirgumstanoe cailliix for mutual con-a-raaiIatlunHad fateful .acknowledgssent to the Givitof all good for tbe large and un usual iima lire or Jiati.naJ tftfosperrty wbicb we now enjoy. Tbe. most interesting events wbicb have occurred in our public affairs Binre tny last annual mess to Congress are cnnrrtWrt witH tuynnanfMt iwrimnns nf tne tioveniment directly afH-ctiiig the busl- icn ...e,.i uireciiyaiiectiiig the busl- ,s intpnr7TuwmT.-wn- tulat Coupes onn.-c.saf uJet-jii- lot the Resumption act. At the time fixed, jrrat tion and In the manner contomplnted by In w. United uiia ntMTi ibkhii 10 ie redeemed in coin. Since the 1st of January last their hve iu.n promptly redeemed on presentation, and in all aisrneas tmiam'Unv.mkQRnd prtwrrtvtn ati part ot the eo.Bitr.rtey are nsaavoa aud paw out as Uio eottlv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE A. BROOKS, EdiUrl sad PiwarMors. ill LAN, - - TENNESSEE RICH KEN OF CALIFORNIA. SVmoiinl Skeh f leading Pionerra Mn wht Ulml unit fmrrmA with fetf-adinra of rarpM I'util They Ac quired That Which Thrj Came Fur. San Francisco Cor. Clilougo Journal. In my last letter 1 gave a brief review of the gold and 6ilver production of sev eral of the Territories and States on the Pacific Coast. AVhile the yields in Ne vada and California were shown to be temporarily less than in previous years, the production, as a whole, is yearly greatly on the increase. In considering the figures represent ing many millions every month taken from the mines lying in and west of the Kooky Mountains, the question natural ly suggesting itcelf is, Who gets this imoney? From the early days of the gold dis coveries in California, it lias always been difl'wult to tell whither the precious metal drifted and into whose hands it ultimately fell. Observation shows that miners, as rule, accumulate but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 December 1879

J -1. j. : MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DEC. 4, 1879. John Williams fatally shot llenrjr Curry in Nashville last Saturday night. Williams escaped. The negroes in Georgia own proper ty assessed at the valuation of $5,1 82-, 398, and they don't cxodust worth a cent 4 KELLY'S ' New Jewelry Store, Eatou St. aa4er Hick Hn, TRENTON, TENN., Up jot received and opened a handsome atock of I Tli T" 1 The Central Tennessee Conference " in 6 jewelry, lylOCKS, afthe Methodist Episcopal Church, WaiCneS, spectacles, re-opex:ed! ESTABLISHED 1861. (North,) will meet in Huntingdon next year. . - Fine Table Ware. Pictures, &c. &c. A revival of religion has been in progress in the Tennessee peniteutia ry, and a number of prisoners have joined the church. J All kind of work and repairing done. and tati-daotion rnarnnteed. To old friends and ctutomera in Uibraa and inrrnamlitiR countieg I would niy. harinc reopened uiy busmen mcaia m Trenton, and thnnkinir ttiem for pact patronage, respueUullr ak twi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DVX'. 4, 1879. CITV KI.HTIOX. Fr Mmjor. TTALE V are authorized U aaaeaace .1 1. (. apt . S. II. Dale. acaadi.late for .Mavur. -tc,-liuB Dee. IX "1TAKK. W ace aa;h.-ifed to announce V . l W AKEa candidate far re-etedion l the &r i .Mayor of Milan. Election Iter. IX 1?9. Iar Vnt-Ktinl. TISK.-WE ARE ATrirU7.Et TO AN J neuawe John I). Luck a candidate fur re Hictioa to the jce of .Marshal ! thee ty of .Milan. -EW ADTERTISE.tlEXTS. MEMPHIS. The Card of J.K. Wllkiaa, the .neat Maia at real Joereler. of l. em phi, appeara thia week. reader, whea viaitiar .Yrinphia. will find at thin fcouaea magnificent etock of Watcher. Jewelry and Silverware, at prieea to anit the time. The old reliable betiae of B- Lewenatein k lira., .Meenphia, wail be fee ltd ia aaather col umn. Many of eur reader kaow thia to be the larceitaad nioet fashionable uterein that city, and the plkcc to aecure tlie beft bargain n. Go there and buy yoar ChriMuia gnodr. Schaulfield. Ilanaaer k Co.....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 December 1879

,ifim iimvm, w- I qUEEX DIDO. The Story of a Widow who IU-f iud to We Among the many plays with which we used to while away the long winter noons" at school was one w hich ran in this way : The head girl would remark to her next neighbor: "Queen Dido's dead." How did she die?" would be asked. "Hv doin just so," says the lea.ler, indicating the action by swing ing ne hand. This was passed all around and the next time both hands were moved, and so on around until hands, fc t, heads, eyes and lodies were all in motion. N..ne of us then had many ideas res pecting ibis royal personage, although one f our nuinV'r rontrilmted the item that " 1 lido et du." Said item fie dU- oercd in her brother's Virgil, and be cause it was Iatin it was all the more valuable. After that time we always a-oci.itcl this Queen, with roast ducks In the years that have gone by we have not added very largely to our stock of iiitormation on thi.s subject, and for this reason we profit to write upon it, iis in thes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 December 1879

. JfflLLAN "EXCHANGE . , ' n ' f x W AM a BBOOE, Utters aa4 ProprUlo. MILAN, - - . TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The President has signed the commission of Col. John Hay as Assistant Secretary of State. WEST ASD SOUTHWEST. The beer Irrewers of Cincinnati have en tered into an arrangement to consoli date all their establishment into a joint stock company, with a capital of about 000,000. The business portion of Farmington,Minn., was almost entirely destroyed by fire on the night of the --2&. Total loss about fl.V),000; Insurance about $."i0,000. The Commission for the Improvement of the M ississippi Uiver, of which Gen. C. Q. A. Gilmore is Chairman, on the 22d left St. Louis on the tup-boat Gen. Barney, for a peotwnal inspection of Jie river from that r city to tbefiulf.: Tho .boat will, run only k ibidnir lUvlii'ht- and it extH-Cted to art rive at New f irk-ans about Dec 0. Messrs. Moody and Sankey have begun their revival work In St, Louis, and intend to eontinue there d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, DEC. 4, 1879. A COTTON RETOLtTlOX. The Clement Mills Making Furore in the South. Atlaata Conraipoadtnn of th Philadelphia lime: One point that commends the Cle meut mills to the bouih is that thej will make an essentially Southern ins dustry. The seed cotton cannot le carried away from the plantation?. It nitut be spun there, just as com pletely as it ia'now ginned there. The mills are very niniple. It is simply the connection of a gin with a spindle by means of carding cylinders. In the old system the fiber is chopped and torn from the seed by lightuing-like saws, and then thrown, all tangled and torn, into the lint pile, then packed into bales, taken to the factories, pick ed out and Jfroggled again, aud then carded into rolls and spun. In the new process the gin moves slower, pulls the fiber from the seed instead of tearing it or cutting it, transfers it carefully to a carding cyliuder, instead of throwing it into the lint pile and spins it at once, inste...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE-SUPPL VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 4, 1879. NUMBER 40. COCSfTT ASD CITY DI RECTO RT. COUNT? OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold, Sheriff. M. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. R. E. Raines, Chancery Clerk, Trenton T. J. Williams, Chancery Clerk, Humboldt. A n, Moore, Circuit Clerk, Trenton. M H. Johnson, Law Ceurt Clerk, Humbok't. B- 0. Carieton, Coroner. J. C. Loug, Trustee. James A Cox, County Surveyor. J. M. Coulter.Superintendent Public Schools J. F. Jones, Register. CITr OFFICERS. V. L. Ware. Mayor. j no. D. Lusk. City Marshal. R F- Haun, J. U. Blankenship. G. W. Mar tin, R.J. Robertson, G. vV. Seymour, W. H. Algee. Aldermen. CHURCHES. Baptist Church street, J. P. Wearer, Pastor. Preaching every Sunday. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sunday-school 9 a. in. Methodist North Main street, J M Maxwell. Pastor. Preaching every Sunday. Prayer meeting Tuesday evening. Sunday-school 9 am. Protestant Episcopal At I. 0. 0. F- Hall, Church trot. J. R. Grey. Rector. Service the th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 December 1879

ULAN EXCHANGE H. B. Howell & Co., Grocers, Cotton Factorx . Commission Merchants No. 268 FROXT STREET, Ia addlUoa ta tb. aaj f Cottua, w. hands ail kiads.rrrad.e.. s.pT-tr EXCHANGE. KADE BKOOKI, Ilfisrs aad Proprietors. M IJI( RIPTIO RATES. '! id ii,.!ir- a year; one dollar fur nix monthr.; t r v nt f ir thrue inumlis, IXHUUSLT IS ad- I 'iiu-n-j at the post office at .Milan, Tenn., u t-.'u i c'.us matter. YOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 11, 1879. NUMBER 41. 7. -r Milan ' ; o fessioxa , cards ( 'tester (i. liond, Attorney (it Laic. Jackson, Tenn, ( '. VWV.' n Baltimore t-traet, between I.ib--rv aii-i Church, jantf-ly :--x'-. v !. Hays. Eenkmt L. Bullock. llttllock " Hays, Attorneys at Law. ( M' ! ' V. over Xccly i Py W Prug More, ly JACKSON. TENX. ; It. ltr.ri. irnmt Judjre. W. M. McCall. .Milan. Xeun. . i iilnu. J eon. lilaekSr McCalf, Attorneys at Laic, i i titmt and Milan, Tenn. li i rariii e in ISibwin and a Ijoininc eoun ' . -. .1 1 in the Supreme ami Federal rourti at...

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