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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 January 1880

! t, i fii I 8 t'd" S ! ,v "mm v MILAN EXCHANGE Editor siitf IToprietont. MUMJatlfrTlOX KATES. lwo dollars a year: one dollar fornix raonthr; ify ceoU fur throe month, ixvakiauly ix ad- Entered at tlie po? t ofiied at Milan, Tenn., terAtni class matter. MOFVSSIOXAL CARDS ii. I!. lil.ACK. Late Cirouit Judge, Trenton. Tern. W. 31. McC.ll, 3iilan, Tenn. Illack&JIcCall, Attorneys at Law. Trenton and Jlilan, Tenn. Will practice in tiibsou and Jiining coub tic. and in I ho Supreme .nil Federal court! at Jrkun, aul in the Federal court, at .Moni puu. eifc-ly Jas. R. Deason, Attorney at Law. Trenton, Tenn. IJROIU'T attention given to business, febfl-ly W. M. HALT.. T. K. IIAKWOOU. J In 1 1 C- liar wood, Attorneys at Laic. Trenton, Tenn. I-romp In 'ol lectlona. fcbfi-ly Vi ik A Ciiopm. Tttnton. Tenn. E J. 1W:chaa!, AUiii'i, 'lenn. Jno. 11. WALKKK.7jpi.ton, Tenn. Cooper, Jiu eli ana n A-Wa Iker Attorneys at Law. Trenton, Tenn. i-rtcits Taylor Block. Colli. Street, Tren ton. Tenn.. .nil ov...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 January 1880

MILAN -EXCHANGE WADE BBOOKS, 4iUr ant Trpprleton. IflLAX, - "TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. WASHISGTOK. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS. Jan. 12. Senate Mr. Paddock intro duced a bill to authorize the appointment of commissioners to ascertain and report the losses sustained by cirfctens of the United States on account of Indian depredations.ntid to adjust the losses arising therefrom. The Military Academy Appropriation bill passed. ana the senate went into cjminve m inn HmiMrT)p nrinclnal bills Intro duwd, were: By Mr. Wood (D., N. Y.), to fucilitiite the reliimlinp of the .tauonHi debt. The bill provide for the issue of 8 percent, lionds, to run 50 years, to take the nlaceof ail exoiriiir lmndV: bv Mr. Warmu- ?!.,).), to sop paper inflation and to provide for the neoeKsHry intrease of tlie volume of mrronrv ny irce coiuhkc oi mivi-i mm .1 Km and silver ccrtitlcHtes; bv Mr. Korsytlie (Gr.-K., 111.), to incit-.e the circulation of National ba'ukx and relieve them from puy ment oi tax on circulat...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE A BKOOXS Wlln an4 Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. HOME AD F011E1GX GOSSIP. The Actors un 3,400 dwellings in New iorkCity. A'man who caught malaria while im prisoned in a jail at 2forth Adams, Mass., has puod the town for damages. A Uochkster (N. Y.) horse, fright ened by a first sight of a railroad train, trembled violently a few minutes, and then fell dW4 dead. Oek. Kogek A. Tbtok, now a Nevr York lawyer, has received from a Vir ginia friend a curious relic of the war. It consists of two bullet that evidently met in the air over some battle-field, and, happening to strike each other on their conical points were firmly wedged together. Clakkkce G. Howaki, said to be an exemplary young man, and the son of a resptctalite'citizen of Huntingdon, Long Island, entered the recent walking match in New York, but after accom plishing st venty-five miles he withdrew, complaining of sickness of the stomach. He was taken home and continued to crow worse, and died from utte...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 January 1880

Jl: ft V t -r S f ! 1 t "f I ' i MILAN EXCHANGE THl-USDAY, JAN. 221880.' " SCOOPED. The Biggest Railroad Sensation of the Age. Capture of the Cole SyMera by it Louisville Rivals. From the Sn-brille American. Hul a tliuudet bolt dropped from a clear rky and shattered our unpaid fur Capit.il to atoms, it could Dot Lave created more atoul-ibment and dismay thnti t!ie reports which became gener ally circulated alout doob yesterday to tiff effect that the management of the Louis yille and Nashville & Great Southern people have purchased a tufficient amount of Btock to obtain control of the Nashville, Chattanooga & .St. Louis. The news spread with great rapidity, the excitement increas ing in its wake until it became de cidedly feverish. Ju rertponse to a business telegram sent by President Cole to a Nashviiie Jiift.r now in New York, and who was iu all probability interested in the change in the stork which had already xH tirred, the following was received; "Certain changes have ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 January 1880

I- tl p. i MILAN EXCHANGE THUIISIUY. JAN. 22, 1880. ! (-XTV tlJttTIOX. I T t'asMl id .. Tb'i fallowing are ' rtr .ri-e for inaocnrinf ! annulate 'urollie 1HU IN tMiii t. , 'or Conjrrei. Jlo i '. -or tbu Legislature, I 'or County Offices. f-'p. TrrSI-lef JJEXTKR. We are utli'iHie i to ?nonnrc David J. .Sjiier a caudiate lor t'ouniy f i K V. We lire utlKri?.H toannoMnxe Mj. LJl in. lur candidate tur ( ounly iruMt-e ?JkJ-Le',!lil-J!Hili; xa w r,r "h M,,r" v tr o.-wrcutii..riz. ilto nnount.iw. Jug aeandidiui lur acrll of ui'Min cuuu - tlll VrV AXI ITV DIRECTOKV. COUNTY OFFICERS. J. It. lligg. C-liuirmto Cuuntr Court. J. Ii. Arnold, Sheriff. W. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. II. E. Raines, Chancery Clerk, Trentou- T. J. Viliiains. Chancery Clerk. Huuiboldt. Win. Moore. CireniK'lcrk. Trenton. M. H. Jhnson, Law Court Clerk. II uinbel.'t. J 1.. W d. Coroner. J. C. Long. Trustee. James A- Cox. County Surveyor. J. M. Coultcr.SurwriiitendeiilFaelieScheols J. F. Jones. Register. W. J. Smith, F....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 January 1880

and, my mad petting up, I kicked every thing over, and rebuilt the lire in the t:ot!om of a little hollow. The first lire must, howevei, have been seen by the Indians, for, next morning:, when I had left Ingtoe to pack the pack rnules, and had traveled less taan a mile, I looked back and saw him about a quarter of a mile behind me, and 10 red devils about a half mile behind him. I waited for Lira to come up to me. Our horses were too tired to run, hav ing been ridden about 100 miles the day before ; so we waited for the Indians to come up to us, which they did in just about as long as it has taken me to tell you this. Not expecting them to lire Indians being always anxious to parley we did not shoot, but let them come within a hundred yards of us, when, without a moment's warning, the devils fired on us, killing Ixingtoe and both the horses, and hitting me in the shoulder. Before he was killed, Long toe had cooked one of the savages', and I another. I dropped behind my dead animal a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 January 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AU onmtnnntcations iDrtliiipaperlKiulI be eccoinrmniio.1 Iy tiie nr. me ol tiie author, not nc..irily lor publication, but s evidence of b-cvmI luitli on the part of the writer. Write oulv on eiie aide of the pajxtr. lie particularly eart-ltil in frivtnp names and dates, U have til letter or fig-ure plain and distinct. TUE GOLDEN SILENCE. Wht though I sin no other ontr? What though I Hutaik no other word? Id Hilenoe Hliaiue? Ik patience wrong? At least one buiiu; of mine was heard : One rcho from the mountain air, i.ie ocosn niurmiir, glad and tree One irijm that not uing grand or fair In all thi world wtu lout to ice. 1 would not wake the Bleeping lyre ; I would n"trtntheehord.-iof thought; The nweeuait lruit of all desire Come it. own w ay, and comes unsought. Though all the bards of earth were dead, And all their mimic paused away. What Nature wishes Miotild be said eiiie'll find the ri;t!tful voice to cay! Her heart is in the sulniiiierinR leaf, The driltngr c...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JAN. 22, 1830. STATE RETEMES. The Attention of County Court Clerk. Called by Comptroller (ainet to Itecent Miprewie Court Decision Concerning Certain Taxes. From the Aashrtlle American. Comptroller Gaines baa issued the following letter to Couuty Court Clerks: Comptroller's Office, Nash ville, Tens., Jan. 14, 1880. To County Court Clerks: Your attention is hereby respectfully called to recent decisions of the Supreme Court of tl e State, involving certain privilege tax es. By a decision of the court at its last KnoxviL'e term, in the case ot the State of Tennessee and Meigs coun ty vs. Butler, our State law imposing a privilege tax on the sale of patent lights (Jwle, sec. 553a, sub-section 58) was held to be void and in viola tion of the Constitution of the United States and laws made in pursuance thereof. The court, however, merely held that the sale or tratiffer of the rigjt or privilege, conferred on the patentee by his. letters patent, cannot be taxed by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 January 1880

H. B. Howell & Co., Grocers, Cotton Facloi. . AJIb Commission Herchants No. 268 FRONT STREET. ; MEMPHIS. TEXN. tLXCHAI WARE BBMU, Ealltwra rrearLtr. iBSCRirnox rates. Tt dollar a year; dollar for iix monlhr; any eaaU fur Urea aeatka, nmtLT i aa f axca. Entered at tba po.t eflir at Milan. Tana., as aecead elaae Batter. VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JANUARY 29, 1880. NUMBER 48. T. .tm;a tn tfca aal. af Ctttol. a kaadia all kindi of Produee. aa7-f MILAN EXCHANGE Milan 1 .1" Mi Ml t i: I t ; i PROFESSIONAL CARDS If. J. MeCALL, Attorney at Law. Trenton and Milan, Temu Will practice ia Gibson and a joining eoaa tiee. aai ia tbe beprrms and federal eouru at Ja.lcsoa, and ia tbe federal court at Mem IU. eeuti-ly 7a. A. Deason, Attorney at Late. Trenton, Tenn. PROMPT attention given to business. feb-ly M. II ALL. T. K. HARWOOD. Hall Hartrood, Attorneys at Law, Trenton, Tenn, Prenal la aIlesieasa. febd-ly Wiaa A.Coorr.a, Trenton. Teaa. K J. PtCHn. Alamo, 'Jena. J so. K. WaLKKB.irei.toa, Ta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 January 1880

0 MEAN!EJffi rr t Ui.' ABE A fcBOOES, EdiUrt 1HLAX, WASBlKDtOi 'VAC -.V'l OOK'JMSSlOJAL PROCEEDINGS. . , f , Jan. 19. AVnflte Mr.'rerry introduced a joint resolution fHTW1'"? an wentBfit the Constitntlon thief j'Vttrage shall. tviO re; tricted on aerounToTsex fir any otber"reiHi that des not )!! to nil citizens. Kcferreu. A numlierot privatt bills pa4ta Tltf Wllto prevent cruelty to animals irt .sixwiii was taken up as the siiecial order and consid ered at mine lemrth Hohm Mr. bailey (K-,N. Y.) introduced a biH relating to the Inter-OceanicCaiiiU. It ream-sts t he IVesident to invite theco-operalion of the Governments ol the principal maritime nations of fcurope in tlie selection of a route of the Isthmus ship transit which shall le found to serve most lanrelv tlie rrtieral utrepi luimjn limin mill t climuii 4l' . k IV V- meuts the dewte. r . V'" V t'V.J ." .iT: lite . OT tm .iTfn 'ifiu-iffv ivttnn trt mn to an owo", mu'''.': nejtralitvof such inioMKi ami' u T-..rwi ni 191.1 introdu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE 1 WADS A BROOKS, ttlten 94 Prrlf ton. ' - ' m " ' MILAN, TENNESSEE '"ITOME A5I FOREIGS GOSSIP. . Staklet, well armed and equipped, it ascending the Conjjo. . A Congress of Fashion is talked of in Washington, at which all the, 'wives of Senators, Members of the House, and other dignitarifs will -be Members. They will tfini-uss -grave and disputed ! questions of etiquette, dress, cooking, bric-a-brac and confectionery. Frince Achille Mcrat's old resi dence in Florida is now much dilapidat d, but a few.pieces of the once splendid iamask furniture sti'l stand in the drawing-room. Three very old coloredserv antg of the Mural's still remain upon the place. Delegate Cannon of Utah, counts up his family as follows : First wife, r Elizabeth Hoagland Cannon, and six children ; second wife, Sarah Jane Jen ney, and five children ; third wife, Eliza Tinny, and two children ; fourth wife, Martha Tilley, and five children. Several leading New York banking houses celebrated New Year'...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 January 1880

KM MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1880. The weather of eiherial mildness continues. It is no much like June we begin to feel 'tired." Morrutoum, Uatette. What! So soon as this. Colonel? CoL John E. Helms, editor of the Moi-ristown; Gazette, was united in marriage on the 6th inst. to Miss Sallie E. Vtnmeter, principal of the preparatory department of Marion Female College, Virginia. From the birth column ot the ChaU tanooga Times: Mrs. Sharpe, wife of the Kev. George Sharpe, gave birth to three children on the 11th. The neighbors say that Dr. Johnson per mitted three or four to get away. But he insists that he caught alL" Mr. Sam Waddil sold one of Milan's pood citizens -40.00 worth of nail the other day, and it was a csh tran saction, too. Wm the Exchange please make a note of this, and tell its mders where to buy cheap? Hum. boldt Argus. Certainly. So long as the demand here is greater than the supply, in consequence of the spirit of improve ment in and around Milan, our citi ze...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JAN. 2J, 1880. ANNO VNCEMENTS. COl'SJTT ELX-TIO.V. 1m I'uMttn. The MUw'mr are our prices for anaoeacing caeaidatcs -or ofiWtcaaa i otakce. Tor Congrms, $10 00 for the Legislature, 10 00 Yor Cmt rUCoet, 5 00 For Traaltf. -We are authorise to announce benter a candiate for County SRXTtR Dmvid C Trustee- GAY. Wear authorised te announce Maj. Wm. Gay candidate f County Trustee. for RhrrilT. T"SQ .We are authorised to announce Eli W. X iaga i candidate tor theriffof (iio eoun- ty- ComTAXD CITY DIBECTOKT. COUNTY OFFICER. i. B. Cirri. Chairman County Court. J. B. Arnold, Sheriff. ii. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. &. X. Raines, Cbaaeery Clerk. TreaUm- I. . Williami. Cbaaeery Clerk. Humboldt. Wm. Moore. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. J5. It. Johnson. Law Court Clerk. Humboldt. J. E. Wood. Coroner. J. C. Lone. Trustee, t Jane A Cox. County Surveyor. J. X. Coulter.8uperutndentPublie Schools J. F. June. Reter. . W. J. Smith. Ranrer. ... CITI OFFICERS. 6. H. Hate.- Mayor. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 January 1880

X KUTAL BULL FIGHT. f - f r Entertainment CJottea) I'p I'jtnrflisIlT tnr ttit A in imminent f AJfoiu. Ji Hi Krlie. (Krfim Edward King'8 Madrid letter. A daring lellow in green lights, w hite ilk rtH kiiig:. and a jacket blazing with bad, hul ling in f&oli hajad hflexilolrt ightimig Hie bull sprang at hi'A.Tuf ue man wont to one Hide, and the two darts wre sticking in the animal's neck. It was as quirk a thought. The ban ie.nllos made .the bull crazvwith rage he fcliook himself, but thcv entered more de'jly into the (kin ; he foamed at tne mouth ; he was terrible. He ran at a knot of his enenres and frightened, them an that they fleu in connwioni fc-aisiip tie barrier. V'W all the devil "rathe Ttaall was roused. His motions was twice a quick w before. Thousands of voices were stTt'SirrUis arivfrrTrPTOihi; benches Rafael Jiwi(T-fci-ioii ..Well! well! Uuv buen, Lagaitiio! denionio! Anda! audit! Now run for it, hombre! What aa ss, burro burrito!" Then a great silence fell. The mabir...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 January 1880

to coRRESFOFfciarrs.) ji AH oominuniraiii)iibi'r tin-iafKT S'tiould be ccoinpanicl by the name of tlie aullior, not MceMirUv for publication, but us evidence of g-ootf iiiili on the pnrt of tlie writer. Write onlyun oneciijeoJ I Iw paper, lie particularly careful In frrm names and dates, to luive tii letter or fiiruiea Dlain an? distinct m. 'AID YOCItSKLr A t?D GOD WILL AID YOU.-" Aid vouraeM. anaHrfrl il mdytm," lh a BHyimtlfcatl Jiwirf' - Should lie written not in Jitters Wroiirlrt f Oliver or'-of Kol'l," - '. . ' But uxn our hearts be jrrirveil, A eounnand frotn God in heaven, "Tin the lrf IMn who made you Aid yowsrtfvwraooairtn zXymT.mm' Aid votincl who wfh no)ji1oxMar. - All liin wanUof life U jniin, I But relien upon hi neiulilKr, Kindt that :t lie p-uv iBAuuir-. . I Till you' Ask a Ii'iiiii(; baud, nor ever It the toiltul nun upbraid yen Aid yournelt, and liod lyirid il" j y ! j Aid yonr.ualf-.ypu know'tiia labia.' ;,. Of the- wheel Kiink in the road; How tlie carter we,otibl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE J THURSDAY, JAN. 29, 1880. QUARA.WTI.fC. Decision of Jndge FKippin, on thii quarantine Ordinance of the Town of Mason, Dis criminating; Against the I. &. N. Itailroad Com pan)- The Ordinance Void. At Brownsville, recently, Judge T, J. Elippio, f the Upton count cir cuit court, announced aii'impcrtant opinion on the quarantine ordinance of the town of Mason, enforced duriog the epidemic of but year against the Louisville railroad trains. The points decided by Judge Flippin are upon the ordinance, whih provided as follows: "Section 4. Be itfurVier ordained, That all trains, whatsoever, on the Louisville and Nashville and Great Southern railroad, running by and through the town of Mason, shall be prohibited from stopping within a mile ef the corporate limits of said town, and that said trains shall not be allowed to run at a less. rate of speed through the eaid town than ten miles an hour, under penalty of not less than twenty-five collars nor more than ninety dollar...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 February 1880

H. B. Howell & Co., Grocers, Cotton Factors AID Commission Merchants iV'o. 268 FRONT STREET, aiKM-FIIIS. TENN. In addition to th. al ef Cotton, we hands all kind of Produce. ep-if ILAN ANGE. ' - HABZ BROOKS. . fitter fcta lrrrieler. II BKCBIPTIOX BATE. Tw doUar a year; on dollar fur six munthr; fcftf eenU for tore months. txTaaiaaLT i a ako. Kptrred at the post otlj at Milan, Tenn., a aecoad class matter. VOLUME YI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, FEBRUARY 5, 1880. NUMBER 49. MILAN EXCHANGE M PROFESSIONAL CARDS W. M. JlcCALL, Attorney at Law. Milan, Tenn. W'Jl practice in Gibson and Joining eoun ties, ar.d in the bupreme and Federal courts at Vkimd, and la toe federal court at -Memphis, Dt5-y Jas. R. Reason, Attorney at Late. Trenton, Tenn. PROMPT attention riven to business. febtMy W. M. HALL. T. B. HAKWOOD. Hall& liar wood, Attorneys at Law. Trenton, Tenn. Prompt la C'ollwllonn. fcb6-ly Win A.C'oorrt. Trenton. Tenn. K J. Kctis. A lawn. Tenn. J no. K. Walks. Irsr ton, Tenn. Cooper, Bit e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. . , . , . ViK IBOOSti, Editors ul rroprlrtera. MILAN, . - - ' - TENNESSEE. - 'WAannrotoit.-1 OOWORBSilOSAL PSOCBEpnrOS. ' Jan. 26. Senate A larfre numlxr of pe trrkms upon virions etilrjeete -were' pre sent cd. Sauaders, from tae Committee on Indian Affairs, reported a bill to provide for the sale of aporWwnof teflrtalnlia reservation." Placed on the calendar. Mr. Carpenter called up the bill to provide " lor rmni.shis persons who tl or, .Jjnnluiv or other property from Indiana. It provides that such persons may be RiiUty of felony, and may be imprisoned not longer than five Team in the discretion of the Court where convicted. The bill save rise to a longdis enftxion, and was finally recommitted. Mr. Edmunds, from the Committee on Judiciary, reported adversely on the amendment of the Liegislarur of Missouri, asking Congress to reiK'U aiiiig lnforth removal f cases from State to ederal OourU, ho an to eon line the iuk-ii!tction of tho-Jatter to casea arising tinder th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE BBOfltS, dtmaf.rQritor. MILAN, - T ; TENNESSEE HOMEAD FOUIIUX GOSSIP,-'. - A Large elm tren stood on tbe-'pot where a rhan at Lewiston, N. de cided tbftjlil a residence. He did not cut it down, but built arufind it. -The. odd sijritt is presented 'of X.;treetop growing out of the roof of a handsome brick hy'yje. jCV A iArgUTER of M.vror Prince pf Bos ton diea poisoned blood, and an in Testigatioivshotvs that the cause was eating: meat tainted bj" sewer-gas, which arose through. ;iie.into a refrigerator. The house of Mayor Prince is on the made tamls.'" " ' Miss Tocrxs, a school teacher &t Kittata VallfjOregori, has taken up a land cLiiin, fenced it, built aouge, and this year."rised,61 i busWliof grain, bes)(l(' tuM'iunssliauJU one ' says shJ does not mean to marry until she can support a husband. A room man in Hartford, Conn., who incurred the displeasure Of his kins people and acquaintances )f marrying a German servant girl, now holds his head very hhrh vr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. . 5, 1880. If Nashville wishes to free herself and all of Middle Tennessee from the power of the Louisville and Nashville railroad company it can onlj do so by the building of a road from Na-iiville to the Ciucinnnti Southern u the East and by continuing it to Jifkson on the west tlmuiirh Hickman, Perry, Decatur and Henderson counties. This will give Nasiiville an uutJot through Cincinnati and will open to thera the oil wells of Overton county and the immense coal fields of the Cumberland mountains from which comes the celebrated Cumberland coal On the West the rich banks of iron ore in Hickman, Perry and De catur counties will be reached. This is the line of road which our diatin guished townsman the late Chief J us tic Nicholson advocated as early as 1835 in the Legislature, This, he aid, was to be the great East and West raad, which wo"uld connect alt coitions of ienuessee. lie was ior extending the Eastern road to Knox- era road to Hem puts, Y hat h...

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