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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 December 1879

fflLAN. EXCHANGE! WADE BKOOKS, CiMn d rroprlrtors. 1- Dec. 1. The Senate at W mvo-'e-nd tol itiTL'VliIi:S OF I'ONGRESS. rflcr by t JPtpsIJ "KTioeUtr, and prnyer romtnittee f van appointed, to join asnmiitr, In- House. 1o wait m Mt i'MM'iukt tuuiin-. mi him that lioth liwwkl L&itnp " -lv to receive any coinmuuieatHm iieTmnrm ,-uoosc. to iimkej A brief rwess whs .nen taken. Tlie committee reivii-teil they mil waited, on the President, and very twHin -.;ern:-.l the l-renident' Message was re vived iitiliiwi!., Mr. Ferry, then rose ..nd s:n that ftlje t wirrt'fill aflieuU dutv devolved upon aim t unnnciii :o "the eyiH tin i:ai Bl Lw4 hit olleat'iie, Zaclutriuh Chandler. After a lew impropriate remarks by Mr. Jerry the senate udjonnied out of reMie-t to the mem- .iiyof the lute Senator .speaker HHiididl ailed t he House to order at noon. At roll all, 2,12 meinlicrs men- present "d t?nf. Hie uewlv-eiected ni'-uiiiera uui Ouilornia, wa and'Ncw York took the iron-clad oath. he House the...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 December 1879

aasttn, -at-1!! sr-a" lfc.m.jtimei ina .4 t MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE BBOOKS, EdiUn ProprlHor. MILAN, - TENNESSEE. RAMBLES IS MEXICO. Content with th Circna Man flow th Boy Won the Uanie A Writ Told btory. On the ritlgc of the hill some mer chants of IVrote and Vera Cruz have their residences, and their pleasure gar dens soft on the aspect of the rtern bat tlements w ith a background of evergreen foliage. The fort itself I recognized by the tricolor of the Mexican Republic, though on the meadow at the foot of the mountain we saw a similar and larger flag, and Leliind it a body of men, which I took for a brigade of soldiers drawn up in close marching order. But on crossing a viaduct over the ravine of a mountain creek I noticed that the uni forms of the supposed brigade were largely mixed with scrapes, and even with th' wYite rebosos,' or head-shawls, of the Mexican matrons of the upper classes." . " What is it?" I asked, when we met a trooper who had watered a couple of horses at the cree...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DEC. 11, 1879. Among1 other candidate for the United State, senate to succeed air. llruce in Mississippi are numed the Hon. Locke E. Ilouston.of Aberdeen nnd Hon. Hampton L. Jaruagin of Macon. These gentlemen are East Teunesneeans, and of prominent per poiial and political connections in both t-tates. Henry M. Stanley is again in Uie wiMs of Africa this time with a fleet of etcamers and a large number of fol lowers. He acts as agent of the In ternational Association, under the preilency of the King of Belgium, and his orders are to open and keep open all such regions and countries as he may explore for the benefit of Ihe commercial world. No violence is to be used. (ov. Marks has issued a proclama tion convening the Legislature on next Tuesday, the ICth iust, to grant Memphis power U, levy additional tax ox for sanitary purposes, to amend the charters of cities and towns, and to ameud the charter of the Memphis and Padtic&h railroad. Every patri otic cit...

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

"MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DEC. 11, 1879. mr ki.mtiox. far jr. HALK We lire authoriicd ti announ I .t. (S. II. Hale, a candidate for .My elr lion I'ec. I t. AMK;-Vf .."J 'th'.riird to mqmikt yy . L. W Alt h a candidate for re-vlc-tion t.. ihe onw ( Mayor f Milan, election Far Mat-waal. 7 1K. W K AKK Al'TU'JitlZEl) TO A" cleotioas In the utfi . A iiounce Jubn li. Ijii.k a caimidnte lor re- uf .Marshal ul the e ty of mmmmmmmm Milan. .ew aivehtim:mi:ts. JACKSON. The rterliiigand enterprising grocery house ( Kainscy J: Hurkett. haa a card in this issue. They carry a heavy stock in their line, are ta-krd with aa ample capital and sell goods at ular prices. Ily erial arrangement the liou-eoflcr evtra inducements to readers of the V.v mv. who wish to lay io their supplies in job Ms. Vicn visiting Jackson, don't fail tn rail and make your purchases from Ramsey k Hurkett, r.ir they are thoroughly rcliable.pleiis ant gentleman to deal with, and guarantee their figarrs to lc as low as the lowes...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 December 1879

a 8 B C r tl THE YAR KILL. rFrom the Atlanta Constitution.! ' In writing recently of the resists of the experiment of the proprietors of the modest little yam mill at Westminster, S. C, we were led into making some approximate comparisons of the amount of money that would be saved, to the planters'and to the South, if each neigh borhood worked it? cotton into yarns be fore sending it to market. In the very ture of thing-, the figures we usod uld ie only' approximately correct, lut they were baat-U upon, the resulU of the Westminster yarn factory, w hich are tindenially correct Thus, for instance, the yarns jire spun from the seed cotton. This fact, vhieh is a fact, annihilates the cost of cotton-gins, packing-screws, bagging .and ties.- Annihilates, did I say? On tiie contrary, . the cost the evptiM' of keeping lite, jriii in order and of employing labor to run them, the tout of bagging and ties w in a moment turned into ready cash, which the farmer retains in his pocket.' This is t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 December 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All eomii u mention for tlii iui:r should be ccoiiipHiiicl by the iiamu o( tut uuUior, not nec'xsanly for loiliiiiutioii, but h vitinr of good f Hit li on the imrt ol the writer. Write only on on- iio of the paper. lie particularly eanful in giving names and ilai-a,tu Luvo fcli letters or lioirea Dlaln and iliui L FLINGED GENTIAN. Alonif tlii- wood rond witnling Mow,' V hen in-e cU1mt ranni-il its sylvan warx. And utilt inif iil the t.TTHcwl mU-i-ji li.-lnw, Cliuwd bundling nuiibfjauM throiiKU. tlio g Men ilu , In mateblens bounty, trniler and wry hp, The trentian n-i(rned un u:i'lUiuted quwu. One auiMeii lirouk, half down tlu) lengthening eiiade. Kevf!il'l u durk riiiiiiied circle, still and lone: Iler pn-nif tilled that riin-tllilliiili-.l irlarlo, Mie macie tile -tilitint-l Milituile her own ; The heaven above tneir Vt iit. Il eternal kept. And, xtecped jn liht, the embracing wood land r-llt. Tale knot of irra-ws filloo! the open upaee, lier litt.-il cu.i as-ed...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 December 1879

I ... 5 i ULAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, DEC. 11, 1879. A Case of Xofitalgia About seven years ago a Dr. Shan non, of Wilson county, was gent to the penitentiary for the larceny of a mule, lie is a tall, portly, handaome young man, of fine presence, looking extreme ly well even in his suit of checks. lie was placed at first in some of the ehope, but his professional services tieing required several times, in the absence of the regular physician, he was finally assigned to the hospital, nnd there remained until his discharge, wlurVi took nlace last summer. lie hi conducted himself that he won the i-psnct of the officers completely, and when his time expired he stayed around the prison several days and used every kind of persuasion to get the officers to retain him. He said 1 wan so attached to the prison he .lid not wish to leave it. It hud got m tiA a homes for him. and the ques tion was debated as to the possibility ..... i . ) . I of giving nim employment. -Duiuieie leing a law forbiddin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 December 1879

Hcoazaooo-yfia 'fin jj.tiji. TOMIGE--SDPPLEMEIT. VOLUME VL MILAN, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 11, 1879. NUMBEli 4L ULAN OCXTT ASD CITY IIBECTOH Y. . COUNTY OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold, Sheriff.' ''.',. . , , M. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. R. E. Rafoeg'.ChaeeeTy Clerk. Trentee.-," T. J, Williams, Chancery Clerk. Humboldt. VYm. Moore, Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M- H. Johnson, Law Court Clork. II umboU't. B- 0. Carleton, Coroner. J. C. Long. Trustee. ' . , , ' ; James A- Cox. County Surveyor. J. M. Culfcr,3uterintendAt Public Sehuol J. F. J oner. Register. . - V 4 CITT OFFICERS. ... ' . V.lf. Ware. Mayor. j no. D. Lusk, City Marshal. ' R F. Haun. J. H. Blankenship, G. W. Mar tin. R.J. Robertson, G.- W. r-eymour. W. II. Algee. Aldermen. ' CHURCHES. Baptist Church street, J. r. Wearer. Pastor. Preaching every Sunday. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sunday-s-hool 9 a. m. Meibodiat North Main street. J M Maxwell, Pastor. Preuching every Sunday. Trayer meeting Tuesday evening. Sunday-school P'teetantp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 December 1879

DYER ITATlOIf . Edilort Exchange : Der is all right. Every one teems to have a pocket full of change, and f course is in excellent spirits. Dyer is notorious for the immense busiuexs she does in cotton. Large quantity of seed cotton is brought here from this and Dyer county, and sold to our, enterprising ginnere at top prices. Our pins here have put up near a thousand iutles to date, and will gin a great ninny more the current season. The merchant have been and are doiug quite a heavy business. A uumler of new houses have been erected fr buSiite?, Hid Dyer rids fair to rival any town in the country for life and prwjterity. Our Temperance K;iuty is flourish ing. We are straight out against whiskey. Green Fifher and Miss Etta Gard ner were married last Tuesday eve ning at the residence of the bride's father. They seem to I "powerful happy and mighty loving." No cards. Miss Nettie Berry returned home from Kipley this evening, where she has been visiting relatives for several weeks. Ask...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE I W1KI BBMKI. E4IItw mm rrmmrttmr. CBSC'KirTIat KATES. Tw. d.Uars a rw doluvr for tlx saonthr; .ftr wU for Um oaths. iailt mig- VAKC. Knterow at to. reel at Milan, Tena.. as 4b4 elaas gtatlar. J'ROFESSIOXAL CARDS Chester G, liond, Attorney at Laic, Jackson, Tenn. OFflCIoa Baltiiaora Street, between Lib erty M Church, janil-ly g.OggLt &. HlTi. Ebkkkt L. Bclloc. Bullock & Hay 8, Attorneys at Late. OF KICK over Neoly A PjW Drug asore, Jaaly JACKSON. I E.N X. at. B. Black, Late Circuit Jadga. Troatoa. Teen. W. M. McCaLL, Milan. Tena. Attorneys at Laic. Trenton and Milan, Tenn. WW precclc. in (Jibsoa aad a "joining coun tle. and ia the buaretac sad Federal courU at Jaeksea. aad la la. federal eaarta at Moin yhis. aept5-ly aa, it. Beaton, Attorney at Law. Trenton, Tenn. IJltOMFT attention aiv.n U business. febC-ly W. M. HALL. T. B. HAKWOOD. Hall Jb liar wood, Attorneys at Law. Trenton, Tenn. rrasa.pt la "IItl)ia. f.W-ly Win A.t'oopra. Tree ton. Tenn. E. J. Bccha.a, ...

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

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE ft BROOKS, EdIUri and Proprietor. Ill LAN, - - TENNESSEE CUKRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. moCEEDixcs or cwgbess. Dec. 8. Senate. Mr. Voorhecs offered a resolutiou decljulnjt the Srnj.te had heard with deep regret the proposition of the Presi dent and Secretary of the Treasury, In their mesnire, to innwnirate a new and uncalled tor Ilnum ial agitation, aiming at the destrue tion of the most newt-urv cumiiev now-in cin-iilntion, and tb:tt tlw Interest of tiie country required free fud uuliniited oinajre of both (told and cilveron conditions of exact cqu-ility, and that It 1 the pait 01 a iso Onanciiil policy to maintain the present vol ume of jrreenlmcks in circulution and to pre nt their lcral -tender junlity. unit-stricted and unimpaired an to its lcir:il ctioft. Ijiitl on the tahle to be called up by wontnr Voorliee hereafter. Senators Vest, Kirkwocd and Walker were appointed a committee to co operate with tho-HoiiM- committee in arrang ing for the funeral of Kepresent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 December 1879

MILAKf SEXCHAMJE. WIDE tk BEOOtS, tJlUn u Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. AT THE BATTLE OF IV BY. At Ivry on that day. On i!iiiI.Jk, tVben the Kiug ki jit at bay l:y tlie uihkic ol hi mini, N'-ver lowered. All the rubble rebel horde. In the till. ket.t of lliell-lit, i hit of Niht. All Ht once ilr;iH'i the white 1-lying l"liine I ii nt lie. wore. Mu ll a roar Then arose as t hey I Hire Jown the battle sodded plain Mil the shiin. Where U)tiaii'jiWH fell like ruin-; Hut uld"iu Jiiac lm-ri ' ; Jmd fttl ci:ir." , AtthyervleMUnt Mwtr, I 'iiii-r on cheer Howe and lose, til! the ery, llijrli and high, Seemed to rend the verv sky. '1 hen out -t!--aiiiing dt lionair T. the air Flew the w hiie plume of Navarre ! W hen the tide ol b.ittle turned. And thev learned M'lwi gallant mionl hud spumed The enemy's t.harp blade, Kre it Inid In death's melancholy shade, 'i he king of Navarre,' All the nir Owe atrain rebounded there W ith their eheers' hearty ring; Hut the Kin:;. Through his tears, snid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 December 1879

"MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DEC. 18, 1879. It U proposed to construct immense boats, similar to our railroad boats, to make the transit from London to Par is in eight hours. The train would go straight through, and there would 1m; uo custom house or other delays en route. The Golos, of St. Petersburg, pub lishes a letter from its correspondent in Odessa to the effect that a very an cieut and interesting manuscript of the four Gospels, written on 120 sheets of parchment, has just been discovered under an old house in Bulgaria, In pursuance to a call of the Gov ernor the State legislature convened at Nashville on Tuesday. The exec utive message was received and the members of both houses went prompt ly to wort. The business of the ses sion will be confined to the purposes specified ia the calL Judge Clapp in troduced a bill providing for two per cent tax and specifying the sanitary work to be done in Memphis, which will iu all probability pass. The L.. &. X. Gobbles the Louis ville,...

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. — 18 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, DKC. 18, 1879. SMALL CHAMiE. Gel your stockings reidr. Now for the Evansville mad. Travel and business on both our' railroads are very heavy The Exchange is still growing in ue, as well as popularity. A prominent grocer of Jackmn is the happy father of twins. He hasn't tlept a wink since, The earth was covered with sleet tliis morning, and pedestrians were at tempting to "keep right tide up with :re." e learn mat me oeauty ana cmv- airy of Milan was delightfully enter- tr i .1 i .i i ii tamed at tlie residence ot Ij. luty, on Friday evening lact, It is the intention of this paper, with the cooperatiou of the people, to make Milan one of the foremost towns not only of the state, but fjforsjie purpose. We think the peo ihe rxnjthern country. j p!e wou j pay a ux of tliut kiu(1 wji. J eoplc were never so snarnnna wit- ty as at present. J lie new almanacs jtre just out and this accounts for the many good things gotten off by con stitutionally dry people. The reo...

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

I HOE 15D FOEJEIGN GOSSIP. The White Rouse is 79 years old.. Josiah B. Wioow of Stratham, N n., has an apple tree which this year core a bushels ol apples, not one 01 wucn exceeam an inch ana & nan m liametr. ! A white swan,' meaMiring 56 1-2 i ncbes from the tip of the toe to the end of the beak, and 85 iiiclie av-ross the wins, and weihine: 11 1-2 pounds, was shot recently ntar Washington, Pa. Pickpockets frequent all funeral in New York, and are only captured by detectives shrewd enough to keep their eyes on the members ot the. cortege who seem to be the mot devply and .solemn ly affected. Sfveral pills were leo-titly brought before a Justice in Scrnnton, Pa., on a rh.irpe of stoning a peiteeable old lady. Th'ir d:fene wis thitt sh was a vitvh and tht-y believed it to be their duty to stone her to death. ' In the Island of .Jersey the practice Is to i-kiri milk when it j -i hours oiii:,m tlncrnsoy, a few mile di-tanl, the milk is churned whole without being- skim med, after i...

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

4 V TO CORRESPONDENTS. AU communication lor tbls paper elionlrl ba - oupanis-d ly to nam of tiiu author, JMt neceanarujr lor publication, bnt as evidence- ot good lnith out be pert ol the writer. Write oiilvon on aide of Uiepajx-r. Ii particularly CMi-tul in ivini( nam nnd daict., to have U K-Uciscr figure plain aud distinct. A CHRISTMAS STOUY. Tin- Widow Wlntrp'PP'n" llmra. Wonderful This i just how affairs stood in the house in which we lived brother Na thaniel and I it was a tenement house, not what they call a "first-class" one, but a very nice one on the Christmas Eve before that Christmas ni;ht. In the basement the three little chil dren of Sirs. I lose, the janitor's wife, were quietly nlavinj; with their dolls for the first time in several weeks, having been sick nih unto death, and their poor, tired mother was hovering about them, her thin, pale face lighted up with thankfulness and joy, albeit a cloud did flit across it, every now and then, as she thought of the debts cont...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DEC. 18. 1879. COCXTT AID CITY IECTOT. COUXTT OFFICERS. 3. B. Araold. 6herifT. M. C. Holme.. County Coart Clerk. . K. Raines. Chancery Clerk, Trenton T. J. William.. Chancery Clerk. Hsmboldt. t'm. Moor. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. H-H. Jehnson, Law Court Clerk, Uambotft. B- 0. Carleton, Coroner. ;. C. Long. Trustee. James A. Cox, Coantr Surveyor. J. M. Coulter.Superintendent Public School J. F. Jones. Register. cm officers. V. L. War. Mayor. J no. D. Loik, City Marshal. K. F- Haun. J. H. Elank.u.hip, 0. W. Mar tin, R. J. Robertaon, 0. . Seymour. W. U. Alt. Aldermen. CHURCHES. Baptist-Church .troet, J. P. Wearer. Paster. Preaching every Sunday. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sunday-. -hoot 9 a. m. Methodist North Main itreet. J M Maxwell. Paitor. Preaching every Bunday. Prayer meeting. Tuesday evening. Sunday-School I am. Proteetant Episcopal Atl. 0. 0. F- Hall. Church street, J. R. Grey. Rector. Serviee the third Sunday in each month. Cumberland Presbyterian ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 December 1879

r -V" I" - I) "V . i MILAN EXCHANGE I !inyS:.V, DEC. 181879. VISTOI.J for SELF-DErr.XSE. So numy rases have occurred of late year where men who have been guil ty of wry trivial offenses, in making i-fforU to escape arrest, have been lired upon ly officers and killed, that we think it mils for the notice of the pics. According to our lawsj it is a feloiiyf r any citizen to carry con fCiilod weapons, and yet the same law nrm its officials with deadly weapons, l:eides a hiig-ll stick, and these officers parade the country, ready to shoot, on every occasion, any one w ho, actuated by a laudable desire to escape the dis grace of an arrest, w ill run. It makes no difference in the case whether the man offers opposition, or not. If a Mountrynittu viiitsarjty, fud, having unfortunately, been overcome with liquor, by pin-sibly meeting many old t'rieiidi falls in the way of one of t he: e arine . tiuservatora ft tjic. peace, naturally enough he does not wish to lw carried t the Jock-up and ha...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 December 1879

I - MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DEC. 18, 1879. COTTOS PRICES AXD COTTOS FACTS. Memphis Appeal. The strong .and rapid-rise in the price of cotton is leading to much dia cuifsiou ns to what the reeuU will he, mid whether price as they stand will hold, or whether thry are in part the produce of excitement and specu!a lion. It ia not surprising that such questions should be aked when we see the startling contrast between thisyears quotations and those of last year. Ia MemphU yesterday, middling cotton quoted twelve and three-quarter cents' a pound; on the same day last year tins quotation was eight and one-eighth cents, a difference of four and one fourth cents a pound. The New York Chronicle has an article in this week's issue headed, "The Cotton Craze," a title that initiates its estimate of pres cut prices. The article gives op guessing where the advance will stop, hut&iys that all admit there will con e a turning point The Chronicle pro ceeds to advise that beads be kept "level" au...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 December 1879

r V Staple & Fancy Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, StovesrTpbaGco, Liquors, d EDWARDS & SHEPHERD, cs A1 B 1 1 V "RTTT A AT "PVPIT A "MYYD - . t' I I I o. h. ramset. - . - " j. w. n. bvrkett. fnnTmr t-i n nmmr n v THURSDAY. DEC. 18, 1879. The Ixmisville and Nashville Hail road and Itt Ocean Con nections. Louisville, Dec. 12. At a ppe cial meetinc of the board of directors of the Louisville and Kasbville rail road, held to-day, Edward H. Green, ene of the recently elected New York . directors and the largest stockholder of the company, was elected second vice-president, and will take charge of the branch office in New York at once. The Louisville and Nashville road has for more than a week block aded its connecting Knes here, which have been unable to receive freight sapplied them. It is rumored here that tbeLiouUviUe and Nashville road has not only obtained control of the Mobile and Montgomery line, but al to the Pensacola road, thus securing an uninterrupted line half acros...

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