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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 June 1880

TO CORRESP05 ULS TS. An coinmuntraUona for Uiia peper should be Acoompanlixrl by t)) name of the author, aot necexaarily fir publication, butas evidenre ! a-ood faith on the part of the writer. Writ on! von one sideol the paper. lie particularly careful in pivinif names and date, to have all letter or fifruree plain aad distinct. An EnpIKh Tillage. The village streets entertained us greatly from the outset with their per petual though tranquil animation; the moving figures of men women and chil dren; the ever-open doorways and bright firesides; the flowers La every window; the silent sunny spaces by the road-side; and the coming and going of wagons, carriers' vans and coaches. The principal shops were the ' butch er's," the tea-grocer's," the "green rocer and poulterer's," the "baker's," the "dairyman's" and the "draper and tnercer's." Around these prominent trades-people circle a few lesser lights; a cobbler, who worked most laborious ly in his doorway, flartked by two grimy appren...

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. — 3 June 1880

L hi --i i . 1 i I! MTT.AN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JUNE 1830 Starving Kansas. r or the benefit tl the few negroes still straggling along toward Kansas, we reprint the followicg Topeka Fpe ci&l from the Chicago Tribune: "'Got. St. John returned to-day from a week's trip through Grove, Wallace, Trego, and Ellia counties, on tHe Union Pacific railroad, where he went to investigate the extent of the drought and the probable amount of suffering incident thereto. He found the country very dry and many of the people in a state of destitution. The wheat crop is an entire failure, and the earth is without a drTp of moisture in it, no rain having fallen since the llthoflastNovember. About3(H,000 pounds of bread and wheat have been fchipped to the sufferers within the last few weeks, purchased with money subscribed by Jay Gould, who is an xious to protect the settlers along the line of his road. The railroad compa ny is furnishing employment to many of the farmer, and doing much to al leviate t...

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. — 10 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE i,it :bbhn. EeUlora rrrirlr. MVWH'Birrivx ati:k. Twe oUr year: one dollar for nil monthf: fr eU for tire, month, ixtasiibi.t is ad- flK.H. Entered at the port office at Milan. Tenn.. M Maud rliu matter. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS o T W.uUwpeetfallyealltheattenti.eef mr MTU Cameo, Coral, Bhck Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and foreign Watches Cameo mid Amethyst Rings Ch tins, Lockets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and bet plated ware, Clucks, Fancy Goods, A.d a great man .therartielea generally found in Br't-rlR Jewelry Store, which htving Kvrry article i. warranted an reprencnted. or the motiev lefunil.-.l. .,,-, ". . i- . u...i - in..i viiiulii tiit on atmrot al o expre;. raarll-lr or. C. B. Wheelock & Co., Wholesale and Agricultural Implements, Engines, Threshers and Mill Machinery, McCORMICK'S REAPERS, MOWERS AND SELF-BINDERS, GfcKI.L South Bent! Chilled Plows and Allan at llljmjer Portokle Xo. 21 ' 23 South Market Atkeisson & Wray, ...

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. — 10 June 1880

t MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE a BROOKS, Editors and frvprMor. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. The News in Brief. The steamer Golden Eagle, the finest boat of the St. Louis and Keokuk Northern racket Line, was burned to the water's edge at an early hour cn the morning of the 31ft, t Barrack Island, about fifty miles aljove SU Louis, while on her downward trip to that eity. The fire originated in some hales of lay in the engine room, and had gained such brad way when first discovered that the Cap tain did not attempt to extinguish it, hut at nee ordered the bout to be run ashore. There were some fifty passengers on board, all of whom were saved except Mr. J. ' X. r.rierly, a stockman from Bowel's Landing; and a crippled store keeper who live-l above Keokuk, Iowa,name unknown. Charley Penu, a newsboy on the boat, was also missing, and these three are apposed to have lost their lives in the burning bout. Many of the passengers barely escape, leaving their clothing and baggage behind them...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE S:K A BttOOk. Ml on. and rro;.rlelor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. JIA XJiOM tj:aixs hy WKUKXO YX Tbr peculiarity in. thf fol..-inir liu-.-Tiioiisly clio-li d Inn- t i.s-ih in it,. UiHt c-iu b l.ne 1h ik- rl well-known m tm h. ami yet thev are well o.iiin;.-I tliat they rhyme, und are of thf taint- linger: Th" ii. ixin hiiilniriivprliriht. All !i!..ei c.ji ii.y the untriNiilfii itnnw: Vh'Mi int:. ,:n (mm th- numnin'n flight, I xi i.iin;l. ow don't be foolish. Joel" Aii hour pus 1 on. the Turk awoke. A I mi'Hi -! iit ihuiHli rinif l.v. To hov.-r tn ihf -ulphur niok- Ami firi a-l it pu:l upt.u the sky. H s i ctii ,inv ! t h'- settler pwunjr, I!f it lint oi hiirh renown: Aii'l ii t t thi jn'iu ly eMve HiiMMitr. i.iie- cri.'vii. courl d MoJlie llrown. Ixml nun's the wild, inct niKtiilit lint. And 'loi:'i:i" set the "nil at ev n; Vh'ti twilivnt ilews arc fitlliiiir fitst. And Kilis thi- thunder-drum of heavenl . ivit thus, from ehiMhooil s hour. Ity lnri h mid t ru Mi t List Hiru...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JUNK 10, 1880 The IU-publicau Convention at Chi cago, nominated, after much wrang ling, on last Tuesday, Ja. A Garfield, of Ohio, on the 37th ballot- The re sult Wits as follow.": Garfield, 099; Grant, 30C; Blame, 42; .Sherman, 3. Washburn, 5. From the indication'! on the prima ry actiou for organization, it wan evi dent that the third-term candidate was weak and unpopular. The champion of Graut were overthrown when the unit rule was rescinded. A Waterloo defeat was assured, though, the old guard remained with threatening front and unbroken ranks. We are thankful to the Republican. who thus defeated the movement to overthrow the wi.ie course of our first chief officer, the pure and patriotic Washington. Thus has a military leader been relegated to private life, and condemnation passed, even by his , own admirers, and the danger of plac ing an ambitious man at the head of our government. It behooves the Democratic party (in view of the excellent nomination at...

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. — 10 June 1880

rot 7 MILAN EXCHANGE 'iHL'KSDAY. JUNK 10, 1&6Q. tAII.HWAU Tim: T4BI.IX aa.ara.ll.a.aa.ia .r Orlrawa U.K. 'i'ratan Imve Milan a f..ili wu and alter Jait. IT. '. I. Birlb. !' at Nu. " - S:'mm I i. .mh. " - I"-:"' W .... - " l'iaia l iute alxiut (ftrva aiiautw ,). than low a tim. J C. l...fKZ. Aiirut. Milau. J.il. MAN . rav't. Ja-I'ii. Trim. S. K. "A li V . ;. '. T- A.. N- rlra. I.ul-tllr A ateill A it. . K. K. Train I -art- ilUju a tMw vu mud alWr Jaa. I. ls. Na. l..(a.U-aat . l2:"a"Bia k!' - " L.. Iluuilwllll. :Ualu u. 2. north, V.. 4. - J J: JU I'lu .;:'-'.' in ( IKUXxlnt'li) pui A. W. l.t iNi. AKmt. t). K.t'AMW Kl.I.. I.u.-al lick. t At't- f. i. atmii:k. iru. I. A i. AXXOI'XCKMKXTS. 'MBMllilatra. Thrr..lliii(rarriir .riif ..r anii.'Uiiciin. a.M.iJa(i ur ofli. i-J i iim:k. .-lP 4 .,... t!u i't "r-tln- lri-latu, KurCwuuly otfu-rn. lroHirrM. Sl.MoTlN. W art- mitlirin-l to aii-iiviiimm- ill.- IL.ii. In, li- ,ni..iii.. a ih tliJntu lr rf-rlrctiun ! C.uirci- in lui' trirt.'at tlir Nu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 June 1880

fTondriTu Birds leasts And Ib-ptilpg. Nt w Zealand is, or rather was, the hoii)? of throe wonderful and piantic bin! caHed mom by the natives and diii'irix gigtinUns and dinornl cliphanl ojiU hy tdciitil8, which rcarh waj- back inw Ui jK)t-plioceue peri.! (the birds, not th? fcientisU), belonoring to the quaternary epoch towards the close or end of th plaiial period, and which have U como extinct within the memory o man. The bird is spoken of in the traditions of th natives, and the last living iixia m s:iiI by them to have lived in Poverty Kay District, in the North Island, aud wh'-n re-;tin to have stood on one foot with its beak always turned to the jii irier in which the wind blew. The fc-Mtheri of the bird were said to be very beautiful and to have been used for ornament by the native chieftains. There :trc fourteen species of this bird of which the fossil remains have been discovered (many more may be found in the future); all are now extinct. The largest of these is the ihtiu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 June 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All fommuiii'-atluri fortliirirmpi-r should be accorummcd by the mime of flu; author, not eowwtirily for imhliration. but us evidcuVe of a-ood fksth on the part of the writer. Write only on one side of the purxr. He particularly earf-Jul tn Riving nnm and (Ihicx, to have all letters or fijrurei plnln and dinitu-t. The WartWurg. The origin of this imposing castle dates from the eleventh century, and it is said to owe its construction to i Count Ludwig 1L, or Louis the Springer, who. in 10G7, happening to observe the , beautiful position of the hill upon which 1 it now stands, said: 'Wart, Berg, dn Bollst mir cine Burg werden!'1 "Wait, i mountain, thou shait to nie a castle be-' come.1' Although eight hundred years have swept over its towers, with all their attendant revolutions of domestic and foreign wars, the proud old castle still challenges the devastating encroach ments of time, and preserves all of that majestic grandeur and stateliness which has been the boa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 June 1880

V f ! f MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 180 Does Tie Speak toy the Card! MuaiiMi'pl Central. James Hill (col.), internal revenue collector for th'w state, iu his paper, the Mississippi Kepublican, the etate organ of the radical party, published at Jackson, under date of May 22d, 1880, in liis comments upon the green- I . 1 . 4 Via oacn state conveniion iuai mcum ic 20th iusL, makes u.se of the following pointed language: "Judging from the remark? made by several gentlemen, we are of the opinion that the divis ion line between our greenback and in dependent friends and the republican party is fast becoming rubbed out, as it were; and we hope, by the time the preoidential question is fully upon us to find them in our ranks, shoulder to shoulder, with the stalwarts who will elect the nominee ot the Chicago convention." A Jackass That Wouldn't Scare. Herald: ''A vasrant ass stood beside the track of the Sun htt railroad at the depot a few morn ings ago; an engine moved slowly up; it s...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE TAE BOOK. EaUtssra aav4 Praprisrtara. CBOCBirTIO BATES. Ta. dollars a rear; an. dotUr for tlx the; v Mlt for tkr. BittM, r4UBiv n as vases. Katerad at the post iIm at Mllaa. Tm., M ad eUss Better. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND o T W.uU wistfully nil th. attoati.a t mr X seen Ouaeo. Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets. Diamonds, American and Foreign vi' -i. ... i .... .,..1 a motkrit I; intra t !h iiu. Lockets. Societv Badges, Solid Silver and bert Aad a mat ataa thr srtielea re a oral If faand IdlMU MT ntl prie. i niTiin tm pi ,." . Imr article is warranted repretoatod. r th ; .funded. .- , llriw frai a di.tnr. (11.4 with press ptneas aad goods nt oa PProl hj''-rirrm Repairing .f ai.lt watches aad Jewelry a specialty, ana warrant! at reasonable pricei- 11 It Car. C. B. Wheelock & Co., Wholesale and Agricultural Implements, Engines, Threshers and Mill Machinery, Mccormick reapers, mowers and self-binders, OmtKltL !CiT FOB South Bend Chilled Plows and Richmond City Mill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE A BUDOES, Fallon anl Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRExXT TOPICS. The News In Brief. Jonh Bicjiakaiv, the Dean, ' and tome of tbe faculty of the American Uni versity of Philadelphia, have been arrested upon a charge of aelling foocua medical diplomas. There is evidence to show that fuily 3,000 diploma have been Mild in vari olic parts of tbe country during the past tdx yearn. A number of other so-called medical colleges in the name city are said to be en gaged in the fame nefariiwi bnineg. The Empress of liussia died when sleep. Tht imperial family -were net pres ent at the dissolution, nor 'were they aware that the death was to near , The rtmaint were borne to the palace chapel in anopea coffin by the Czar a ad eighteen Grand Dukes. The Michigan Democratic State Con vention, held on the 8th, nominated an antl Tildcn delegation to the Cincinnati Conven tion. The Tennessee Democratic State Con vention elected on uninstructcd delegation to Cincinnati, their ...

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. — 17 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. Willi A BROOK, Ediiorn tad Proprietor. . . MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. t(A4.7 ME ME. The f hij comes up xnd the nun (rue down. Ami Ih,v :mi nitrbt art the nnie a one. The year rnwii irrct-n and the year f rows And whut is 11 nil when nl! is ilone? irninsff wuritira or Fhininir miiKl, Oll'inu iuto and out of the liaini? The fli-h r drofw bis nt in th- stream, Ar.t a bnniireil stri'ani" .-ire the same as one. And the iiih!Imi lr-ins Ivr lovi-llt dream. And wht is it ail when nil is done 'J'be net ol the liher toe tmrrji'ii lireaks. And the dreaminir dreamer alwa s m akes! lUmUm A (ict rlanr. The tiie eomes in and the tide (roes out. And a hundred ti'if are th name as one. For who ean :iy hnt I'm writing alHiut, And what i it all when all is done? Hut dipphur my n in the Ink. and then? , uotbiiiir lint t ikitu it out wrain. For people miint read a ureal deal of rot, (And mldilsh and rot are the fame one.l They may as well read whut I write, why not? Hut wbut n it all w hen al...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1880 Imperrialism died with Giant at Chicago. Requucat in pace. Blaine is an unfortunate "cum." "He never ia, but always to be blest.' If Bayard U nominated at Cincin nati, we will sweep the continent from ocean to ocean. Ohio is the mother of one illegiti mate President. She has conceived again but will never bring forth. The Deni'cratic party has never bad brighter hopes of success than now, provided the right ticket Is choa eu at Cincinnati. The (Jreenback party is as dead as a nit. Its death was caused not by consumption but resumption, and the funeral was very slimly attended at Chicago. Garfield's nomination is a crushing blow to the stalwarts of his party. It was the triumph of conservatism and common honesty over corruption and thievery. Did a great man ever tumble like Grant at Chicago 7 He now has our permiion to air himself at some wa tering place and brood over his inglo rious defeat. i It would take a five hundred pound nrch-angel from ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 June 1880

MTT, AN EXCHANGE -....t..:.,. . . TTirrri 7r IlUiW-L 1. JU.Ui II, IcVMI. HAILKOal TlXfc TABI.KM. hlrasre-.Kt. 4k J? ItilMH K. K. Traina leave ildan as follows aad ail' Jan. 17. lwi. riaKVKS tun. No. 1. Brth. leaver at 12 at N. .. " " S:5.'a-m . 2. south, " l.:Ui at o. 4. " littles lima abeut a ft sen minute alwwar than town time. J- C. Lol'hZ. Aleut. MiUu. J. ti. M ANN. rup't.Jarkoi. Tenn. K. CA KV, U. t i. A.. New Orleans. J'. J. MOUKl.ti. X. A.. New Or loan. Iiaille .assM illeY 4.I.M. K. R. Train I rare Milan M loUvws ea aad alter Jan. 18, lsj. r Afuockois raaissa. No. 1. south, leave at liVOaaa Ne. J. ?. S. o. 2, north, No. 4. -X. 4. C. P. ATMORE. (leu. I A T. (to If aaboldtl- :H, a . U ( Accumtnvdat'al 50 pat A. W. L'JViXtJ. A-eut. 0. F. CAM WELL, Local ticket Ac t. a yyo rycKMEyrs. Ta ataadltlalev. TbefuUowing are oar pri-es for announcing a.njlale r uftce-ci ix mi iM t. fr -i-en. f 10 0 t.r the Legialature. 10 00 For County Office. 4 00 t or t oacrrnH. SIMONToN. Me are authori...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 June 1880

HJLSLXLLAJXLOUS Mr. Elison Las received another jMAut for an improved phonograph. Pretty tiling, the long handled lit fans of the season, onlv they ra.ie little wind aud look like "ornamental griddle-cake turners. The new villa of "Fritz" Knimt. wfcich Ss to cost fcoO.OK). now in process of construction near Troy, N. Y., will b one of the finest in the country. A Dakota man has a novel Indian relic in the shape of a perfec'Jy-forrned kull, with an :vrrow head shot into the eye and piercing the brain. Mr. Frederick Tyler. of Hartford. Cnii.a who is now a little more than eighty-five year old. and is in fair fcealtu, can rememher seeing a man who was-!orn in KM. It was his awn gran d fat lie r. Mr. Tyler, who was Uorn in Unit year aud lived wntil Iko!, severing the" whole of the eighteenth nitiiry with his life. MiM Wilson is a Delaware heiress and heauiy. Sue tall in love with a fwm hand Injcause she deemed him Iwroie; but when they eloped and "he rn away from her across the fields a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 June 1880

THECREAT SiiliE! k . RHEUMATISM, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Sorenest of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. Ko Preparation on earth equals Pr. Jarc-as Ori a a eae, sure, simple aud cheap External kWraedy. A trial entails hnt the comparatively trifling- eatlay of mO feats, end every ene euferinf with paia tu liMjm cheap aod poeilivs proof of lu elaima. Infractions In Kleren Leaguer. BOLD X ALL BRTI03ISTS AND DEALERS 15 MEDICIKE. A. VOGELER fc CO., JBalttmore, Md., V. 8. -A. UN FERMENTED THIS IN'COMPAKAIH.K NUTRTKVT It richer In ttoue ftuil Muscle I'roduclti Mauui.Ua than all other forma of malt or medicine, while frr from tb objection uTfi"i aKin niklt Uquorn. For difficult lHjfitiagi. lrk H"darh. t onunipttcin, maiMon, M'-atftl and PhyMcal Exhaustion. Ni-rvuurncKS, Want Of Sleep, UlcTftflve 'Weaknetsri of Kenmlfi, Ex ha u st Io...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 180 9Ir. Oliphant's ficheme for Col onizing Paleitiae. Frov be London Tiasea. The Rev.' George Nuge pare s lec ture yesterday, May 13, at St. Oeorge'i hall, on a proposal for colo nizing Palestine with Jews, and re ferred incident! j to the existing estab lishment of a Jewish agricultural col ony of fifty-fire inhabitants near Jaf fa. After tome itatiatics relating to the modem Jews, who, he said, bad shown themtelTea so alive to the ad vantagea of education that they num bered half the aDivereity students, half the barristers and mora than half the merchants of Vienna, the lecturer proceeded to develops a plan which he said had met with the approval ef many Jews, and had been communi cated by Mr. Lawrence Oliphant to the sultan, who received it favorably, for establishing a Jewish colony on the east bank of the Jordan. The plan was to purchase 1,600, 000 acres, to introduce a European element into its government, and to settle colonies there, eithe...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE v ii: a miiKiiis. 1 lilor nl l'roirirlorN. m its uiimh ihti.s. 1 wo -loll m r. a yesr: one 4o '.lar for -ix inor.tV; fty eeuts f i. r throe iiioiit!.-. : v ah: aiu.v is t- tMt. liiit.-r.-'l nt the Tt ulirc at Milan. Tetin.. a." eeinl i la- matter. FINE JEWELRY! . aUICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS "I W.oiM roi.cMfrlly.Vil tie- ato-n. -u of my slll (.r,l l'.lnck Ohvx nn.l Gold Watches, Cameo :ui.l Ain.-'liy.-t Kings, n.ii.is L'.-ki-!s Nwi-ty 15:i.l -. Sdid Silver an.l best plated ware, Clocks, I an"V Goods, An.l a emit many 'lo-r :.rti .eell lioU,.-!ll ai i 'ilr 1", ! uenerally .-.1 l i ii'f-, 1 ..tl'.-r at i .tr;itf Sl.lV .-M-t Til .i mi Yolll.l-'.t ll I'i itv jr ! I- :irr:;it- " i; - ! t- i;- ! e:r r .-uU-l . nr tin- lr I f fr.ni a .li-tiee t'i. I v.l-il ijr.-iij 11 -..to i:. "I -n.l .1 -.til .:. c asi-i ' ee. .1 .- 11-lv C. R Wkeelock & t:l lU - Agricultural Engines, TJiroshers MccoiiMiCK'.s ki:aikus; mowki and South M Piiy Floss and yt. 'il s :.:: South M n-l t st A...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 June 1880

Hale's Exfcntlon as Spy. After the Long Island affair Washing ton was totally at a los for proper in telligence ana suggested every tempo- la'-.ZVZ ;""7 ?m . - , . .. .r . . : bui the Ext Uiver bcin;r now between him and the powerful enemy, it was of ' the utmot importance that he should j be warned in ample time of their ad- ! van-.-e. " As everything," he wrote to H-.t'li, at Kinsl (ridge, "in a manner I defends upon obtaining intelligence of tin' euemy's motion. I do most earn- est'v entreat vm and General Clinton j to exert yourselves to accomplish this ni't desirable end. Leave no stone upturned, nor do uot stick at expense, to bring this to pass, as I never was in r-; uue:iy than on account of my w:.!it of kimwlc I rc. ori thi- score. Keep ecrwant look-outs," he adds, "with fM'i ) gla-ses on .some commanding rMs tiutt ioilc well on to the other Fll'.iV.- It was in this emergency, when a pu,i,' sfnl a.-cii!njili-.!itncnt of Washing ton's wishes would have b-;n of the f ri'.ili'...

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