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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JAN. 1, 1880. HOLIDAY AMI SE.HEXTS. PEUSOXAL. i'l'JTT AXD l-ITT llREtTBr. CorXTV OFFICERS. i. B. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. Ilnlmn. Connty Court Clerk. U. E. Raince.CbaiirM-y ClerV.. Trenton T. J. WillUin. Chancery Clerk, HuTuUl.it. V ai. Mre. Cireait Clerk. Trenton. U. 11. J.bon. Law Caurt Clerk. HoabnlrH. I. O. ('rltn. Curmier. 1. C. Lc. Truatcc. Jane. A- Cox. Coanty Surveyor. J. M. Caalter.SuperiutendeBt Pablie Mol J. K. Jeee, Keiter. CUT OFFICERS. V. L. War. Mayor. no. 1. Lurk. City Marshal. R F. limn. J. H.niankea-bia.fl. Mar tin. U. J. Robertaon. !. K . sJayaioar. W. II. Alaee. AMcrnaea. CM'KCHES.' KeKirt Church rtreet. J.F. Wearer. Putor. Prractiinc ery aaday. Prayer lueetinr VTrdaefdav eveninc. Kunday-?liod 9a. m. Metbli- Nrth Main afreet. M M Taylor. Paetnr. PrwhiBf every Sunday. Prayer aaeatiac Taedy eveninK. Sunday-aehool e aat PrJt-eUnt Epiaeavai-Atl. 0. 0. F- Hall. Chareh .tr-rt. J. R. tirey. Rector. 6crviee the third -unday ia eneh month. Cnmberl.m...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 January 1880

h 4 I j I I I JlSI) FOREIGN GOSSIP. AG RICTLTURIL 3C0TES. - SUPPLY OF EdGi DCRINGAVinTEK. Two brothers named Finch live in - . .11. t . l n. ; . i All attempt to preserve ezv in the m. wm arretted for fust re. The only way aitJv.li. th brother 41eaid to have a suoplv of fresh e-gs during toe Justice, fya0 that they were thft winttr l,, -pmluL.e them! ' Foiled willirs to jjaj the cue if it could be , wilj n(?ral,v commence io lav. when iVu kui.i vi:e ..iw , thev iro about eteht months old. With x1 v.-asdis- ; ,..,.. ,.,.,,., .i on;ti.L 4, i,;,.b. l j.Tm.i t iv A ) will mm rr . j r 1 v The reason 'v.1v. yr?r(-.! wwrch has j . w iw I cm! J :et Ik; dune, find the CI. A corajiietic m .111' T 1 1 . l . III il.T .XJ..1IW ijr lut 1 mure-j;uuvj;t s v.aicn is mat, j fj,e M-jnt,.r jf wor-" ii-'t relic, ( a irarrwnt of the tme been 'rdeit)dj.Lb riid-Mti Zuhihind ' -'Jmjoiil"8 vat tha.rbtvi;!,'! hia Ilihnefs ! tliev are well cared for. Eirirs are inre likely to bo produced. i hoir ivfit- .f i.ni...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 January 1880

1 TO CORRESPONDENTS. AH ciimimi mentions iortliispiirxTMionlcI be ccotiia!iit-1 liy the naiiiesjf tm; niiilior, not OfW"imly tiirnulilU uiion, liutu uviUunc-e ol prowl t.uiu on t lit jutrt of the writ.r. Write only on one siilr ot tlie paper, lie piutieuliirly1 earvin: In triviiig nniiies and times, to iluYS all lu- i A or Eguies pluin and distinct. 2II0RANTS. Mlvor iin-3 iro'.'l. f-i'.ver :inI (fold ! r'r t!i- i:i's ilii-k rod hi tlio western fulil Tolls I hiit tlio olid (it h luy ilrnw nijrli ; And tii' (l.nids-iiUiyTDw'lHildoriiloiiiithoi'ky. filvor tim (fold, .!lvor and jroM For tlio moon iu tho ont it- a ipHi-n to holiold. A hln; r-ii'ns with h-r sixdl o'or tlio calm -H ct nijilit. Holding trciiinlouM woitor where jr!iot walk liiio. Silver now inol ton mit-l oliMnirof iroM, On a wmi'torinst ilo wit limit a tootlioM, A vocM'l nl-ni.-on tho loiioly w, Mirn il ith tho eiirh of t'.io'faiioifnl lmiw, MiMiiihoiunv jind MiulietiTnu. wrlvrrmirt K'drt! And thov tnvod wit Uthfliark an li...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 January 1880

West Tennessee. Continued from Seventh Page.') real estate. Ia 187C, he decided Mi lan needed a bank, so be at once be gan to buy and sell exchange, discount paper and make collections on a small scale. This business grew so rapidly that he felt justified in fitting up at a large cost, a beautiful banking house, arranged and furnished in the latest and most approved style. lie has in hia bank one of Hall's best fire and burglar proof safes, with a fo&rhun dred dollar time lock just put on. This lock forbids entrance from the time of closing to the time of opening the next morning, the owner having no more power to get in than any one else. This is a certain safeguard against burglars. Mr. Collins is now buying exchange on all points and selling on all points in the United States, and the Cunadas, also on Lon don, Liverpool and Paris. We are delighted to learn that the bank is do ing a lucrative business and wish its genial owner continuedjsuccess and a large measure of hiippines...

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. — 8 January 1880

H;B. Howell &lCo - ' Grocers, Cefeii Facfcii ' ' . . AH Commission Utkcliantir Jo., 268 FROST STREET, 7, In addition to the sal. af Cetlan. it kaadaa ' WAVE BKOAKK, lUlli.ra mb4 rr.iiriaf.ra, t swear rTtos bates. Two dollars a year; one dollar for six monthr; t fly cents f.-r three months. I gv a Bt a bl Y l av vavc. ' i Entered at tbt post ef&oc at VUlaa. Traa., m geoond olast matter. a -t r VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JANUARY S, 1880. NUMBER 45. all kinds of Produce. mrnl-mT MILAN EXCHANGE MILAN 31 PROFESSIOXAL CARDS Chester G. liond, Attorney at Law. Jackson, Tenn. "VFFIf K on Baltimore fitreet. ktMi Lib- V7 arty and Church. iauSMy ferOIClCLV I). IIlTg. F.iutL. Blli.oci. Bullock A Dags, Attorneys at Law. OFr'IE over Neely A Proas Drug mart, jaunty JACKSON. TKSIf. ti. B. Black, Lata t'ireeit J edge, irriituo. Teaa. M. MoCall. itilan. Ten a. Black &McCall, Attorneys at Law. Trenton and Milan, Tenn. Wfll p-actioe ia tlibsoa and a joining eeua tius. d b the ttupreme and ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 January 1880

IWI ..Chu.6'3l T.'i 1 Jr WIDE BBOOEV"" FfOpy I I II I mmmt Genera Granna-lsited Washington on the STth, where hiLiLlHURLiUWl VfjVl H. ! i an old California friend. AJhi? fJ mere was no public aemovqr$m. Gen. Walker, Superintendent of the Cen sus, expresses the opinion that the cominjf census will show the population of this country to be between forty -seven millions and forty-eight millions. Without attempt ing to go into details, he said there would be found to be Qi4pf!arrrwi FVPfi lation in the vI stM sVf B'a'2L,ll 'ty" Kansas, Iowa t nth- JMaV-ThAofWi ern States, he said, would also show an in crease in population. The largest relative Increase, perhaps, in my State in the Union, would be found in Te-vas, while Missouri, Tennessee and Northern Alabama would aUo show a decided increase. He did not believe that there would be any eline in the population of any oft Korth or South. The residence owned by ex-Senator Stew art of Nevada, known as " Stewart Castle,' one of the finest p...

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. — 8 January 1880

MILAN -EXCHANGE. ' i ' s WIDE A BLOCK, tUr in 9 Proprietors. HOME AXD FOREIGN GOSSIP. A Parrot in Montgomery, Ala,, sins airs irom l inaiore " correctly, and in a spiencia manner. A Cwnese boy in iekin has recited the whole of the Neur Testament it hw natiye liuijru&ge. 4 The keenest abuse of our enemies wil not Jinrt us so much in the estimation of the discerning as the injudicious praise I our menud.. . . , The prettiest pold piece now circulat ing in t ranee is t he 2l-irane piece bear ing the head of Napoleon for the year law. It looks like the com of an old Roman Emperor. . .. . Miss Tai ne of St. Faul became a se cret smoker. When - two gentlemen called he hurriedly thrust a lighted ci- garette into her pocket, and was soon ablaze, receiving burns that were almost fatal. ' ' An Auburn (Me.) man, 33 years old dined Thanksgiving Day with his mother, whom he had not seen before since he was three years old,' although he had lived within 100 miles of her all the time. An orche...

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. — 8 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE BANKING HOUSE EaTADliIBHED 1QG2. THURSDAY, JAN. 8, 1880. The Derebarg Gazette, one of our best exchanges, comes to us enlarged and, if possible, improved. CoL Real, we tip our hat to and congratu late you.. Mi j you continue to grow. : A negro desperado named George Willians made a - daring , eilort to escape from "the ; Haywood "county Jail on Monday. ' He' was cangbt by a pistol balL and will nsver attempt toother escape. T" The Jackson. Tribune and Sun caight a bit of enterprise from the Exchange and published a large, hol iday number. Our neighbor in fol lowing in our footsteps showed itself too short in the, poop. , ' . ... :.-, . The Pulaski Citizen has changed hands, CoL L. W. McCord retiring. It will in future be nder the editorial contror of Jolrn B Smith itnd Frank McCord, two of the eprightliest- wri ters on the Tennessee press. The Christmas number of Dr. White's Lebanon' Herald, was the largest weekly newspaper ever pub 'lished in Tennessee. Gallatin Exam...

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. — 8 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JAN. 1880. r ivsrr (lAimi, ... Fr Traat. StXTER. W ar authorise to uihm David C banter candiat for County Iraste. - - CI A Y. We ar authorised to anaouno Mai. X W m. Ur euodidate for Coaaty Trustee. Weather Probabilities, Tt-tUy. WA8Hi.GTON,Jn. 8th 1880,1 a.io., For Teiuiee and Ohio valley, lower and upyer leke regious, upper Minnis iippi, and lower Miouri Valleys, stationary or lower barometer, south east to Kiiribwest winds, cloudy weath er, occasional nun, stationary orslightt r higher temperature.' The rivers will continue rising, except stationary or falling in the tributaries of the Ohio. Albert S. Mktees. SMALL CIIAXGE. How U this for January? Parson Holt has lost part of a lantern. Return it. a i t Flies, frogs and maeqoitioea hove made their appearance. Two trained bears delighted the lit tle one on the streets yesterday. The fun hasn't shown its-face since the holidays. It must have been on a high. Head an important notice to the stockholders cf th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 January 1880

USEFUL AND SCIENTIFIC. burning qM-tur.s of Uu? solar gpec- rilOTOGKAPIIS IN NiTVKAL COLORS. Captain Abnev, tfce vftAi kauwn Kn- obtaining trtiiii in us nalur:tl color, both on silver plates and on compounds of Mirer held .in place by collodion. The photographs are produced t by-, oxidation of (silver comjMunds Ksi; p!: ed 'iii 'theepeo trum, thft coloring matter being due ap jiiiicu'i'y to a mixture of two different nizvs of molecules of tfte:Mme chemical composition, one of which ebsorbs at the blue usd -and the other, at the red end of t!i spectrum ; and the sizes of the molecules ai-e' unalterable while ex K).sed to the same wave-lengtlis as those Ly which they were produced. ' Captain Abney believes that the colors may be preserved unchanged when exposed to ordinary daylighn. He has thus suc ceeded in explaining the action by which Uecfjuerel onie years, ago ob tainod photographs in colors as pr--duced by oxidation, and not due to isi tcrference. liecquerel's photographs were fu...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 January 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Mil An rominittiicntions fortius pupcrt-iiouldbe rcom)aiii-il by the mime olt lie author, not necessarily for publication, but a i-vi, !.., r food initli on the part of tlie writer. Writs only or one &ide : ui tl.t ' paper. Be particularly careful in (riving names and d:iu-s. ta i.nvi ail letters or fimue nlain and diktiiii't. HtJliv IS LIFE Wl TJIE BABE. lluji-ilw! veiK xMlrtntr Kb!! " And MiiiU-i uliiriiied.ine iiinre-r, I afK'r-Hj-win paiiMniimal stoiT. '" " I bad no wnttv of tmns: nor"overmucll ' A wn p' any tiling:' i woke :-a.mw -vf confronted with a g-lory ! flia marts iiiiifV'miawMva w Air,! It weiiwl uhey d-rrvrk u tal;e it in : ' if itvi uieji u-rim'K i tai;e it in: iri Anon. Id t t. j to ii-ht it off, and cry mt-m in-. -8 e V?;" i ty The THE U1VEK. Another np-i twa not ihe one jtt seiiooi, l ii'rf IJ ""i' rt p,rt''Jw:U-f itutonH4cemre--ai'ner-fiiire- "" - To every Hfisni thomtiit awwet ec?t J Aim nmrmwliw, .... ...! ?irr irreat lui'l f.-er the void ...

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. — 8 January 1880

MLAE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JAN. 8. 1880. THE PROSPEROUS SOtTKI. New York Sa. Following the deficiency of the crops In Europe inevitable came pro-, peritj for American agriculturists. Blessed with superabundant harvests of all grains, aul having a ready mark et fir them at high prices, they are making money, and the long looked for revival of business has taken place. All business is conducted on wealth created by the produ'iera. If the class that produces weakh is in straitened circumstances, all classed are straiten ed. The unprecedented development of the northwest, the west, and the south west, and the marvellous increase of their population, have often been di cussed. But with unanimity that is remarkable, our writers have over looked the 6outh, or regarding that section as un wormy ue attention or Northern patriots, they have scorned to give it the notice that should in justice be accorded to well deserved prosperity. It may seem a bold state went, but the section that has been ne...

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. — 15 January 1880

: i i 1 1 ti. Ji ULAN EXCHANGE HABK BIOOK. EdMtos-w suae! Proprietors. rBCIPTIOX BATEH.' Tw. dollars Jr: one dollar for six aionthr; .fly casaU fff tare months. UTault ih to ca. EdIttW at the poet entce at LUIan. Town., M .eased elasa matter. PROFESSIOXAL CARDS J. B. Bt.tct, Lata Cirait JaJge, Trenton. Tea.. W. JJ. MrC.i.u Itilan. Tcoa. Dlack&McCall, Attorneys at Laic. Trenton and 3lUan, Tenn. Wltl tractlca in OikMtn and a fioining coun ties, atd ia h Supreme and Federal court at Jarksea, aad ia the federal court at ilem laia. sentS-ly Jo. JtV Deason, Attorney at Law. Trenton, Tenn. KMPr ettcatiuaglvea ta businac. L feboly . M. H i IX, T. K. HARWOOD. Hall & Jlar wood, Attorneys at Law. Trenton, Tenn. . Frsjaajst I ll-liMB. feU-ly Wm A.Coorrt. Treatna. Tana. fi J. Picik, Alamo, l.na. Jo. R. Wals:. Trenton. Tenn. Ceojjer, HuchananJt Walker Attorneys at Law. Trenton, Tenn. Orricaa Taylor Block, College Street. Tren aoa. Tenn.. aaC over C. Montgomery' Store. 41aai..T.Ma. apt-lr ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 January 1880

MILAN'' 'EXCHANGE:; WADE B BOOKS Editor) tid rrtpttton. MILAN, r; . TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. - 1 CONGHEflSTOHAL VBOCEBDIKGH. J ax. 6. encUe Sevtrnl bill were intro duced, ftmong the more important being one by Mr. Iluvls of Illinois to emanUMi S Court of Apjh-hIs, and one l)y Mr. lvndleton totrww fer certain -lnlm from the Executive I)eprt menta to the Court of Cliiims. Petitions were prewnted by Mr. Vent and Sir. Cockreil, from the Kansas City Hoard f Trade and KunttaH City ChitmlMT of Coninwroe, asking for the improvement of the MiMiKippi Hiver; and Jlr. Coke intro duced a bill to provide tor completing the Improvement ot 4Ji(v Ali!um liivr ut or near HaiiM) l.itj'. -X m mmi n j-ur. Morgan, as n m:iik f -rvjiect -to the WH-m-ir-i .f ilw Iii..'eiiiitcir Houston, the Senate adjourned JJovte Mr. scales (D., V C), Chairman of the Committee on Indian Aflaim, reHrtcd a resolution direct iiur that the committee investigate and reoort noon the origin of the recent cmt!reakof t...

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. — 15 January 1880

MCIiT EXCHANGE. WIDE A BEOKplJir-roprlc a TEXSESSIX Egg-iEATio bt Pullets. A corre grwndentof ts American Poultry Yard Lrtt frJTnvn : A, a. freneral thin? thjg haUit is introdnced by iie amdentaUniarKeung oi tue proauct. hreftkinj of e markets. Anions' tinratei- V dames there are the most .widely differ ing practices and customs employed In ali the details of 4)utter-makinr,"rom sotting and skimminy the-milx to the In so simple eg- aiay be intro-P"1' operation as butter-making one : - t,,n. fV,f-wnnll kardlr think it nossible for so fln : m . aia A v I liuveu jut vu J t-vudxo iivui t-uo I j I --- HOME Am) FOREIGN COSSL?. j titcheh t the i poult ry-vard ; theyl ipanyfiriations and modes of procedure - i . ij 1 1 1 u ue u i win. ti iixiaj Mucu pivv3 ifc-"i r j w p x fomiOTJijrttoem, to fowls. Sometimes 4e dairymen. There is the setting of r fi(i7.intr i n nold wcathpr.4 tbt mils m deep and shallow cantor and thus expose a portidn of -.their con-lpKjis.Tlie skimming of the i milk, the ...

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. — 15 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE BANKING HOUSE BSTABI sXeiXJCJilXJ 1QB2. H3. -231- STIBF. THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1860. OF DIALKB III w Weather Probabilities, To-djr. For Tennessee and the Ohio valley and the lower lake regions, souther winds, shifting to cooler north and west, cloudy weather, with occasional light rain, followed by c!ear weather and rising barometer. The rivers will generally fall, except 'stationary at Cairo and slowly ruing below that point r.Gen good man cently. B. J. Hill, a nobla hero and died in McMimmlle re- Dr. Samuel A Pool, of Memphis, has been indicted by the grand jury, charged with the crime of abortion. It ia said Tilden and Kelly have bured tbe hatchet and are friends otice more. This, if true, insures Ivew York to the Democrats in the Presidential campaign. " The First and Mechanics National Banks of Nashville have been console idated under the name of the First National Bank. The combination re presents a ctock of 1300,000. Hon. A. P. Gorman has been nom inated by the De...

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. — 15 January 1880

am t E I I ti J ! A i' MILAN EXCHANGE i THURSDAY. JAN. 15, 1880. totsTT Ei.r-tTioa. CKXTKB. We are authorize J to k J llerid ! Mater a caudial fur Coaaty !) 1 m.taa- nr.- X m .IT. We are authorized to announce MJ. Uay eaadidato fur Coaaty InllMi For ntrrr. IXQ. We are authorized t annoanee EH W. Iitnai4te tor chant" ef etijeua eoua- U- miTTiXD I ITI DIBlXTOaT. COOKTT OFMCERS. J. K. Bigs. Chairman Cvuotv Court. J. B. AraolL Sheriff. . M. C. llolmaa. Coaatr Court Clark. K. K. Raiac.Chaaeery Clerk. Treatea. T. J. WIHiemt. CkaaeeryCierk. UaaWdt. Wat. Moore. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. at H. Jekneoe. Law Cart Ckark, H eBbeUt. J' k. Wood. Coroner. 4. C. Long. Traatat. Jtaw A. Cor. Ceaaty Surveyor. J. M. Ceelter.Superiuteudeat Penile Sebeela J. ?. Joee. Ragiater. - W. J. fiiaitb. Ranger. CITT OFFICERS. 8. n. Hale. Meyer. Jaa. L. McDonald. City Marrhal. W. H- Coiey.J. H. BUnkeesliip.a. W. Mar tin. 0. M. MeCaJL. Eti fltene. W. J. Ueaae. CUIRCHES.- " EaUt Ckercb rtreet. J. P. Weaver. Paater. Preu...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 January 1880

pith jum) roui openllrilif e. f 1 1 The Paris Fi7ro ImWK n the piuri u mic gWial repoiUcrto svrww hr x should be JCcrtuiaiyJkk:6 I f: 4. r :. -i . ..'.,.. an, Grate style An lr on little mon 1 The plural of boue T ... 1 A 1. I .. 11 .. I . . 1 she do with in? It unt long enough for, that the tine fdor,e iw W(,rk a Dcu or nig cnougn ior a ousue. i ,uR hfw,v n(1 ,.ft, Vi-fe m a .i ur.i ..-iiich Kim new on i basket anil were RiKeoirr tne ceraeuirv. pass e: h othef Otf f An? fljf-uat tfcore is aftl Jr Dra. EVrsrd, Le "Sage Chevalli Jif, pair of back, stare Wvle inimoiliaUily. l4Eirni Hoal, 'arid iDeegifinHiera An ir.n-JaenVru?ef ueTSeaf a lossTpie.-ciit. ' "St. tvrard had asked: ior.and, for means to entertain hif patrons, be- ! obtained the body, the Xoioi) fQrx- in?: alwavs a host in hinist'f. j perinient, " wlp.i,',' says, the- reporter. km oar. Biiid a senlutjcntal maiden I "we folio weel ' wjth, oVep in tores t iprv I I . . . x - i j -i . !i . . I .1. ..k. i . -' . r . ; . t . o ii...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 January 1880

TO CORRrSPOStDENTS. i All e immnnkBilons for t hin pnor should be ceoin :ini"l by tin' name o( tt;c Hint or, not necewtirily lor pulilic uii-Mi, but evlilenee of arood fail li on tfiriiiirt of tlio writr. Write il v on one side of t lie piij.or. lie particularly earrful In r11tik names and flutes, to luve all )- tlT or ()j,'ui" plain and distinct A SOtfNXT IN DIALOGUE. " Fitj-'K (on the lawn). Come ? tJ (mitt, iluy Mie mm is bnV. v .-, .......... ... . ..... Mat (In the hntiM). TBnko! I prefer my Hrrta-nlng litre lnstoad. Frank. Tliere are two rwaph bvtlie 8trawlerrj--bel. Wat. Tliey will be riper If we let them grow. . . rt;. - Then, tilt CurV-alotjs iii blopm, you know. t i li t . i ' - - ! ' Mat. Also, her Majesty, Queen Anne, Is dead. lift nntl?.JJLynr ponj must; be fed. tr . , v.-yiv. . 4 , , AuJ-w..ui)l - J t1 liimlioiussco. .. li HMilejie, i'ruuk ; oi ej I shall not stir! I . a r 8tilI7 1 had MHiitthins you would like to hear. Xo doubt, mine new frfvuliiy of men. Nmj. . Hi 1l...

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. — 15 January 1880

I if Sumo Ml ! i 1 i ; i is lit hi J! (t i I i . JO t t; t ! ' -1 MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JAN. 15, 1880. REMEDIES ron TIU. HEPLDIA Will StatM Eer be Compelled to Pay their Debts. ' York Vribune- It may be doubted whether the dev ice of certain citizens of New IImp sbire who hold repudiatod bonds of southern State to eu force the pay ment of Uie same will be successful. They have traurferred their bonds to the State and New Hampshire wiil sue the defaulting States in the Fede ral courts. The right of one btate to bring suit uguiust another is made perfectly clear by the terms of the ContitutkD, which declares that the jurisdiction of the judicial power ot the National Government shall extend to "controversies between States." The courts may hold, however, thai the transfer of the bonds was a mani fest etfort to evade the provisions af the eleventh amendment to the Con stitution and cannot, therefore, be treated as a valid transaction. The eleventh amendment sUmls squarely in the way...

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