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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 February 1880

7 H. B. Howell & Co,, Grocers, Cotton Factors : AID Commission Herchants Ho. 268 FRONT STREET, MKMl'HIS.TENN. In addition to th tat of Cottea, w handla all kinds of Produe. tepT-tf BLtAJP WADE BKINtKI, t'.rtllwra ! rroprielora. M KHRirTIOS KATKft. 1 we iullari ft yean on dollar fort ii ajoBtbc; arty rMi tur tare antht. irAtiALT ad- vci. Kutvrr-I lit tli post office at Milan, Tena., u uimiis) rl matter. VOLUME YI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, FEBRUARY 2G, 1880. NUMBER 52. MILAN EXCHANGE VI pj:opessioxa l cabds ". J. McCALL, . U to rn cy a t La w. Milan, Tenn. WU pr-tire in (sibaun and a joiningeoua tie,. a. iu (he eapreine and Federal rourti at J. kuii. aui ta Ui federal euurU at Mem I septi-ly r. X. !f'ar Attorney at Late. Milan, Tenn, OFFICE 3rd floor as etalr ia th Oolliai iliw.k. jan2r-ly laa A 'ohpkm, TrcntoB. Tcs. K J. litcHAjt, Alamo, Jena. J jo. K. Wiu, Trei.tun, Taa. C-ooper,BuchananJfr Walker Attorneys at Law. Trenton, Taut. m :CK -Tai lor Block..Tlle Ptrct. TB. TJo."lfiiti . aai ...

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. — 26 February 1880

MILAN .EXCHANGE WADE BBOOES EdiUra aa Proprietor. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUKKENT NEWS. WASHESOTOX. OOWO'ZEASIOWAL FBOCBIDI5GS. ' i '- . Feb. 10 Hentie After. the expiration of the morning hour, consideration was resumed of the five per c"r.v iwHrtwi v Itim, mmi nut bill, and MenHrs. AJlion arid Edmunde xpoke at lcnirtb thereon Hm Awmi the bill Introduced were tuelollowiinr: Br Mj-. lwn bend (K., 111.) To repeal the duly on medi cines: by Mr. Henderson (K., 111.5 ltedoclng the duty on iron and stoel; bv Mr. Kicli rdxon (l., 8. C'., To return to the producer jf cotton the tax collected ly the Government which has been declared by the lnitel States (Supreme Court to have been illegally collected ; bv Mr. l'arsons (f)., Ga.) Admitting free of dun- machinery for the manuiHctuie of r-otton fabrics;' by Ir.. Keifer (It., O.) irantiair pent-ion to certuin Sailors and sold.ei ol the late war who were confined in so-called Confederate prisons; by Mr. Uaker (K-, Ind.) Amending statute prohibiting t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 February 1880

HILAR EXCHANGE wm: nitooK. t,uran. rmprkicn. MILAN, TENNESSEE. HOME AD FOP.EIGX GOSSIP. . The town of Littelxrouh-bj--Roch-dale, England, containing about 74 acres, with ajiopulation of afwit 10,000, has ju-t )men sold to a Yorkshire gen tleman. Henri L. Glutton, TV". H. Vander bill's principal lawyer in the will-contest ca-e, has sent his client a bill of ?25O,00O for services rendered in the suit. Vanderbilt declines to settle. An appeal comes from Persia for the starving thousand in that land. A lady who for more than twenty years has been a missionary in Persia has written to friends in this country a vivid account of the terrible puTennz of which she is a daily witness A Qukbkc merchant has experiment ed successfully in shipping beef to Eng land in the carcass. I lie animals are beheaded,the entrails are taken out.and the bodies pressed into a small compass and frozen. 1 be hide is not removed until the voyage is over, and it is claimed that the meat is superior in ap pearance ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 February 1880

in MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. FEB. 26, 1880. The National Democratic conven tion will meet iu Cincinnati on the 22d day of June, the executive com mittee having so proclaimed it at their meeting iu Washington last Monday. We ses in the papers that Hon. A. A. Freoman made a epeech in Nash ville the other nignt tfavoring Grant and the third term. And he is one of the government officers right un dir Hayes's nose, too. That d-xasn't look much like a Sherman boom. Wednesday night, a tornado visited Cetlar Chapel, a small town, in liar den county, sixty miles northeast of Memphis, which did serious damage, blowing away several houses and se riously injuring seven persons. Three dwellings took fire during ibe storm and were burned down. Loss, about 110,000. In another column will be found a letter from Hon. C. B. Simonton, ad dressed to the editor of the Dresden Our Country, in which he submits himself to the hands of his party and will abiJe by and support the action of a convention. It is...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 February 1880

-jiji.;jjiig" MILAN EXCHANGE 3 THURSDAY. FLB. 2G. 1SS0. j RAILROAD TIVE TAEIJU. UsJeare.t, KrwOrUaaa R.R. ( Trains Inn Vilas follows oo and ifter f JAN. 11, 3U. ' rISKKCRB TUT. fc'o. , nerth. leave at ...........() mm !e. S. " " - t.tApm io. 2, soatil, " .,.. .12:i0 B j5o. 4. " " - 12:05 aw Time about fiftoen minute glower than town 2 ime. J-C. Lhk'Kj. Agent, Milan. ).. M AN, fiup't. Jackson. Tenn. r.CUAM'I.KU. U. I. AT. A.. New Orleans. 1. It. MUKEY.tJ. T. A., New Orleans. .lavill Sahif ll CI. K. K. R. train l"ve 3J tl as follows on and after Jan. IS. 1. I rAkstKGKi Tail. !0. VooatJi.leitveaat .. i::Wm IN l-:l cm W HuiaboWtj... Ss:U5an 11:10 am :'-'5am Aecvmmodat'n) 5:50 pm A-W.LOWNU. Agent. 0. F. CAXTWELL, .oral Tieket Ac t. Ro. 4. " K. . " C. P. ATMORF. 5eo. P. At T. I SMALL CIIAXGE. ! G. W. Martin, E.-q., is having a neat cottage built on College street, which be will occupy for a residence. ! The Aworiation Bulletin, published j by the Young Meu's Christian Asso ciation at Nash...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 February 1880

run axi roisT. ! Elepiiakt ride come high, but the poople of India will hare them. Cin- ciniiati Gazette. A sciiool-teacheb recently electri Cnl her pupils, who were annoying her with -'jucstioBS, by Baying, ' Children, I inj engaged." Seeing the general look of astonishment, she added, 44 bnt not to any fool of a man," and the ex ciiment " died away. Kingston Free man. Little Master Iloddy has been in the habit of patting his pennies into the box at Sunday-school, till last Sunday, when he came running into the house in a breathless hurry, and Bhouted : "Mam ma! I shan't save up my pennies .any The money don't go up to God- more. I saw Mr, Kelly take it and put it in his An ingenious drug-store ch-rk, who swipwted that some one was tapping the UU, fixed an arrangement on it, so that any one who tried to open the drawerwithout understanding it,would gi;t four inched of brad-awl rammed into his hand. -And then be went out and forgot to exi)lain the thin? to the boss. and a? soon as h...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 February 1880

1 1 TO CORRESPONDENTS. AH communications (orUiifpaperrsunuId V accotupani-d by the name ol the author, not Becewurily (r imblicution, but as evidence, ol eond iailh on the- part of the writer. i the-part 01 tue wnter. rite only on one aide of thepaper. I5e particularly nnlpnn one. aide of t careful In pi vine naiun and dates, to Lave t n letter or flrurea plain and distinct. CUB FEW. Cover the eiiilpfrs. And put out the lipht. Toil iiii-n with the morning, And rot with the night. Dark (rrow the windows, And riufiK-hed W the nre, hound Ial-H into f ilcncti, Ail footntt-jis retire. 'Ds'lter nl darker. The Hack uliH lows fail; Sleep and oblivion Ueuin over all. TO-DAY. Only to day for the tiurden Of toil, or pain, or care! We need not hlncken to morrow With the Khadowof our denpair; Strenxth for the present moment Is the only answer to prayer. Kot npon our weak shoulders Is laid the weight of years. Safe in Hit. hand In the future. It love, its Ions, and its tears; And the pain may be ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. 26, Till: STATE GRAXGC. ;. We coiulense the following from the Nashville American' report ot the proceedings of the State Gnuige, which met in Brownsville last week; Bbownsyille, Feb. 20, 1880. The Tennessee State Grange met at Lee Hall, in this city, laat Tuesday, tt halfpast two o'olock, Worthy Ma ter T. Ii. Harwell presiding: The following officers were present J P Iihea, Overseer; JI V Greer, L; D K Self, S; A J Collinsworth, A S; Rev. Joseph Turner, Chaplain; A U Sharpe Treasurer; J H (Jurrey, Secretary; W A Nobles, G K; Miss Alice Head, Ceres; Miss Mary E Armstrong, P; Mrs. S M, Wilson, F; Mrs Ella Col linsworth, L A S; Dr. J M Head and II U Norman, Executive Committee. An address of welcome was deliy ered by Prof. Joseph Nelson, of Hay wood county, and was briefly respon ded to by Dr. Harwell. After consuming considerable time in the examination of tLe credential of delegates, the reports of officers were heard. The Secretary's report shows about...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 March 1880

immuwnii mi iiiiimiiwm MILAN EXCHANGE K4lies-a mm rreprteiwra. K,'B'KirT11X KATKS. TwedoUart a reeeae dollar for sUmOBlaf- I tArtNUtMtliniaNtlll. IKfaBIASLV II - j oe. Kattred at Use poet ettee al Milan, Teas., m sad cltM matter. professional CAitns W. M. McCALL, Attorney at Late. Milan, Temu " WU1 practice ia tiibaoa and a Joinlna-eeaa-tiee. aad ia the supreme and federal courts at Jectsua. ead ia the dera, eearte at Mem- mm. MPti-Jr r. X. ?F're, Attorney at Law, Milan, JVmi. OrriCB ard eor aa stairs ia'tWe Collins S,Mk. jaair-lj IV mm i.Cocrn, Treaton, Teaa. IT J. Brjcfuass. Alamo, Tena. J so. K. WaLaaa.lreuton.Teaa. Cooper, Buchanan& Walker Attorneys at Laic. Trenton, Temu 6srcaa Tarle Block. Colle Street, Tren toa. Twie-saad1 ever C. Montgomery's Store, sYlame.Tead. ap It J. C. HsDiataoa. L. H. Trait. McDearmon& Tyree, Attorneys at Laic. Trenton, Temu Soiieetiens will receive prompt attention- M. M. XjEIL, Attorney at Laic. Trenton, Temu Will practice ia Qiasea aa aajoie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 March 1880

" 'J.-fiii MILAN' EXCHANGE. HADE A BBOOKS, EdiUra ud Proprietor. SOLAN, TENNESSEE. CURllENT NEWS. WASHKiGTOir. OOV4KK8RIOHAI. r&OCEEDntOS. Feb. 23. Senate Mr. Bayard moved that, In respect to the memory of George Washing ton, the Senate adjourn, -which, after the transaction of a little routine btininess, was o ordered Bout A number f hills were introdnced, ainone them tiie following: By Mr. (iihiwn (D., Iji.) ApproprtatinR J2iifAiO lor deepeninsr the nmutli of Bed liiver; by Mr, i rowt (U., Mo.) To release legrHcy und ocoiwion tax : lv Mr. Anderson (K.jvans For taxation of lands granted by Contrress to arid in thedotiMtniction ot certHin rniirrmon bv Mr. Miildmw I Ik. liiO J'liu-intr on three lint, manor nir .Vi.. for Ixviks and nrWXimlMTO. by Mr. Hill (!.. O.) for the appointment of a tMtlax't Joint Committee to inquire mwi ure miiiu. ri tim nrKwiit vrHio blockade, and re- port to Coiim-s what H-Kixlation 'an De "ad to remedy the evw, iy nr. oikui .., KvA AlmliKhinir the tax o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE BEOOkS, F.Jitn ami Proprlrtora. MILAN' - TEXNESSEE HOME AM) FOREIGN GOSSIP. The reappearance of small-pox in the United States is attracting the attention of health officers and sanitarians. The California Senate has decided by a vote of 33 to 5 not to have a chap lain. The young man to whom Miss Nellie Crocker, daughter of a California mil lionaire, was betrothed, and to whom she Mt 8KX),X0 in gold by a will made a short time previous to her death, is named Iieck, and his father was at one time Secretary of State in California. The favorite amusement of all Span iards, bull-fighting, is threatened with suppression. The Society for the Pre vention of Cruelty to Animals, estab lished ia the capital of the Austrian Em pire, has addressed circulars to kindred institution throughout the world re questing their co-operation iu putting down this barbarous sport. TrTTiNO together the facts that Stephen Denaro kept seven pistols and five guns in his house, on Edisto Isl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1830. Another year hna been added to the life of ths Exchange. The sixth relume closed with last week's num ber and this issue is the first of the seventh year. A newspaper has no personality, and yet its history is as checkered, as full of succecses and reverses, as that of any individual. The Exchange, despite the torpidity of business, financial embarrassments and epidemics through which the country passed for several years, has grown from a small country sheet to its present mammoth proportions. Its popularity and usefulness has never been greater. Its circulation has ins creased at a healthy rate, for which we take occasion to thank our friends everywhere. We shall endeaor to merit their continual confidence by still greater efforts to please them. White paper has advanced in price fifty per cent, during the past few months, but we will not raise our subscription price. It will remain at two dollars per annum, what it has been for tne past six ...

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. — 4 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MARCH 4..-1S80, ftAII.Otl Tilt TAtll.CS. ftolrsra.Kt. I.tjl A Xn OrlriH H. H. Trsins leave Milan f fuiU.w ead after Jan. IT. PiSSKSUla TKATXt. K'. 3. Bvrt'u. leaves ut '. ...lU:i. am o. . " - - No. uvutii. " .li:t) la y... 4. " " .. lttSam Time about fifteen minntes tlower thrn town time. J - -' l.'-t'li.. Agent, .Milan. J. G. MANy.Hnp't. Jarksoa.Tenn. I'll AN I'LL R, U. . 1 T- A.. New Orleans. 1. b. MoltLY.ti. T. A. ,ew Orleans. Lwii!lr A .Nhlllt..K. K. Train l ave ililan as iuiluws en tmi after Jan. IS, law. , rHKXGUl TRStXIUr o. Vaontn, leaves at IT:) am Se . 3. " - K:atpm . . " " U liumbwljtj- I:" " .'... Bull. ":.aW K. 4. ' J:-in Ke. 6. " " Aeconimod.t'n) 5:.r0 pm f ' ' A. W. LO iXO. Agent. . C. Y. AT110RE. 0. F. CAN TWILL, eu. r. i. Local licket A 't is MALL. CIIAXGE. (rcrdeuing Las commenced again. The maple lias commenced to put forth ppring tinU. lion. Jas. E. Bailey has our thanks lor important public docu ments. Right now is the tune to subscribe ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 March 1880

LIVING. liea flow that men call r.. !!' irift "ib nd Some liv-H grow mightier from tbe touch of death, ' And scale immortal flier. Mot rnily do those live Whoto? 3wls above the clinging mista of time, Flilue like a Bta? Irom cloudiest height ub liiu And 8a h iacp yearnings give. Tint the tmle throbs and thrills To gain tht- eummim wkence tbe radiant trPaill. A nobler i-train hii echoed through our divams. And all our being flUa. Yc Hat wiUi miht par. W trace tbr jiath which acale the mountain We know 1'ney lijrored not for rest orslwPi Tboie :wn whowe liojx and fears Still pofntc! upward, where Truth's infinitum Ktream plenum white be They could not illike tlicir thirst in founts mat lie Ituiicatb that upper air. For thr-in there Is no death ; romoitril trow they i" immortal quest, And to thrir iroai, noble Imnii Rbreast, strive on with bated breath. Xhv, living is not Life; Ton run not win it in a ReltiKh dream, eUlterd vales beside a lorns stream; lint in a ceaseloss strife A stri...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 March 1880

TO COSRESPOXDEXTS. All eomimi nicat ion tor th I paper .liouM be accompanied bv the mime of tliw author, not Iteceiwarilv fri)ul!iHtii, lmtas evidence: of ckU faiili'on the liart of tlio writer. Write onlvon one aide of the .Mjer. I particularly carilul in sivtnir xiHiiie nnrt -dates, to Uuve all letters or figuiwo plain aud disiuict. MY LITTLE lif) T Til J T DIED. Look on bl pretty fare for Jiitd one minute. Ilia braided frock, bin dainty-IiuUourd ohoett. If a flnii-suut band, the favorite plaything In it. And tell me, mothers, was't not bard to lose And ruins him from niy side My Utile boy that died? Ilowmany another boy as dear and clmrmlnir, ilia father' hope, his mother' one delijrfit, Klip through strange liiknen.soi., ail fear Uia aruiintr. And lives aloug.lom; life fn parents' sight! Mine was do short a pride! And then, my jxxir boy died. I see him rocking- on hi wooden charsrer ; I bear him pattering tliroujrh the bouxe all day; I watch hit' great blue eyes grow large and l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 March 1880

r MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1880. TREATIXG SICK A.MMAL8. At a recent meeting of the New Haven, Conn., Farmers' club, Mr. I. S. t3old, aecretarj of the State Af ri- cultural cociety, gare the following di rection for treating tome common dis eases of farm animals: One of the most common and e&si Ij remedied ills of horses is scratches, abme times called sore heels. It is a disgrace to aoy man to allow his hor aes to suffer from these diseases any length of time. It is caused from fil thy stables, rather than insafficient or impropei food. It i shown in a sore under the fetlock joint of the horse. The cure is cleanliness and in chang ing an unhealthy sore into a healthy one, by rubbing on, with a woolen cloth, ordinary white lead dissolved in water. Culic in horses is caused by feeding or watering them too eoon after they have been hard worked. Sometimes it is caused by 'feeding . fresh-cut hay, but not always. I have seen horses suffering from colie in some parts of the S...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1880

-iii.ini-i CTaiwttWfflyj;-, -tt-.jtt-.j .. --.-.-. . . . ... --upY.--. -f..- .- -T y,iir ry a x ..-... , - . eW'yMtBBHaiJWtlWffiBMfBgMBBBBMBgM IIBIIIIIIIIIBIBI IWMMBlmmMllMMlMMMMMmM- Hlllll Ml III llw II III I II II II 1 1 1 IH IIH I L-WJJI Willi IBIIB! II-HBI I Bll I llllll III Mil Hill Mil BH1IIILM. Jl ! I III ITT II II ll ll MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE BHOOKS, t4.ls.rB ma FraB-ricior. ll'BM'SimoX KATKK. , Two dollars a yenn enedollarforsiz month.-; Or easts ft three -Boathx. izvabublv im ab- VaJtO.. , EuUrred it Urn post bl&M at Milan. Tens., bm kk J elaaa natrr. VOLUME YII. MILAN, TENNESSEE, MARCH 11, 1880r NTOIBER 2. FINE JEWELRY! -o-- QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS T WoId retectfutly nil Ike attention of my patrons aad the pablio to my large tew stack of .. BVCll AS Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Riugs, Chiins, Lockets, Society iiadges, C5oliI fcijver and best plated ware. Clocks, i'auey Goods, an mHT emw tmeiM n n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE BEOOES, LdiU.i Proprietor. IHLAX, - - TEXXESSEE. CURKEKT NEWS. WaSHUfGTOir. OOHGXK88IOHAL rsOCKEDHIOt. March 1. Senate Several petition were presented for the admission free of duty of the BobHtanoe need in making paper. Mr. Jonaa Introduced a bill providing for the deepening of the month and removinp obstruction to the navUHtUm oltbe Ked River, and appro jirbitinf? 200,000 fur aach pnrpofies. Several fill8 on the calendar were diBpoued of. The bill for the reliet of FiiJi John Porter was taken np but was temporarily laid asideno permit Mr. Hoar to deliver a neecn on the till to revive and continue the ;ourt of tom xniMHiimere of Alabama ClHima. Mr. Ran dolph then made a speech in support of bin iiiiioed iiltirnu for tlie committee bill for the relief of ritr. John Porter. This ulmtitute authorizes the President V nom inate Port;r as a Colonel of infantry, his eommuwiun to date from January, Jllta, and to retire him according to low ftwttt Ttillfi were introduce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE i. i a , ' WIDE A BROOKE tdtUn and rnprftfora. h SJ ! ' I 1 1 milax, - TENNESSEE. HOME 13D FOREIGN GOSSIP. Aia.now a Boston pnysician says that long walks before breakfast bring on dyspepsia. ' ( ! .; , bKVEHAL young awyers of Boston, who live in suburban towns, ride to bus iness in fair weather on bicycles. Mr. Allek, the American accredited as Hawaiian Minister to the United States, appeared at the recent dip lomatic reception decorated like his peers. He wore across his chest the Hawaiian grand order of knighthood and its broad bine ribbon. Philadelphia, las a society for -Christianizing the Jows at a yearly ex pense of about f 3,000. During the last fiscal year the Secretary baptized two infanta and two adaltt. In five years of its existence it did not report a single inversion. The Chinese are not so generally ad dicted to the use of opium as is com monly supposed. The Chinese Review uakes a calculation on the subject, Tiased on the amount of opium imported and g...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1880

;..v.5saaet: JsatS'hWiX-isrt taisjassitf Jis5 anmn MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 1880. SbeZbjnlle had a (50,000 6 re last Saturday raoruiag, burning th south ide t: ;"ic square. Joh R. Goett, of Johnson ville, if bile in a row, was killed by Dick Johnson in Tipton vill last Saturday. Memphis "ovaUd" McCu!lough, the tragedian, last Saturday' nijfht, literally packing the theatre. Hun dreda were tamed away, not being able to End standing room. Th Washington correspondent of the Chattanooga Commercial nomi sates Poetuiasttr General Key fr the Vice Tresidctrcy. That is about as near as he will come to the office, un lets we are badly fooled. C. A Ross, of Manchester, has in Tented a new minnow trap which coops them without trouble. Gen. Jones and Mj. Ueiss of the Nashrille American are happy. We'll bet a nickel they'll be off a fishing in less than a month. Haslmlle "scooped" some more ter ritory and several thousand more in habitants last Monday, the 13th dis trict voting to go in...

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