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

NeurafaraSciaiica, Lumtoqo, Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat,Swert Mf3 and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Car' and Headache, Frosted feet arrf Ears, and ssU other Tains and Aches. Jr TnpaTtin on iarth cqnaf Ft. 3krT On as taff't mrrr mintple an4 cheap Kxr-rniU lb inudy. A ''trial rntaila but ii comparatively trifling; outlaT'if .0 Oata, andvv-ryou iiiflrrinj with pain oa- have cheap and p sitire prucf of iti claims. Ptrantinaa It n?vn Lan(roafc 4WLD ET ILL DEUGGISTt AND DEALERS IN KEDICIF E. A. VOGELEK. & CO., ItuUitfore, Jad., U. UN FERMENTED "VT1E5T11. AXI) IMI YSICA L IjKIIILITT oT fn -apta i Jl iMpirffwItli low of appetite ani !''cp. Tlfr two 1 potent tJinwi of .rvniatiir' and rapid d-rliue have " their orltf n lu I)kkctive Nttrition and Ijtkwkr- ! ItftKiv Blood. All other allmfnt.a mar vktiIm off If tlipw tx? iviton d to a condition of hraltH. Tm hc- compll'l. f tils b. rH flr.nt pti'-po" MALT lUTTKIiS, i rrnsvi-u ny in-" m...

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. — 29 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1880 Democratic Ticket. For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, iW. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. ,ELECTOR8 FOt TBI STATE AT LAROI.l JOHN L. T. SN'EED. of Shelby. JOHN M. FLEMING, of Knox. DISTRICT ELECTORS. UntDirtrict-CHAS. R. VANCE, r-eeond Diitriet-W. L. LEDGER WOOD. Third District Fo.rth District-JOS. E. WASHINGTON, of Robert son-1 Fifth District Sixth District-W. A. TIIOMA. rrenthDistrict-EDWIS T. TALIAFERRO, ofGilet. F.ith District-A. HAWKINS, of Carroll. Ninth Ditrict-T. E- RICHARDSON, of Dyer Tenth Distriet-R. J. MORGAN, of Shelby. For Congress, CIIAS. B. SIMONTON. H. W. Drake, formerly a consta ble, was fatally shot by a man named Byers at Farmersvill, Weakly coiin ty, last Saturday. The republicans of the 20th Ohio congressional district had a split last week, the minority bolting the con vention and calling on the people to Belect delegates for another. Gen. Hancock's letter accepting the Democratic nomination for th...

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. — 29 July 1880

MILAN- EXCHANGE Hit A feBOOSS, Kdlttrt aaa PrsprMor. MILAN, - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS I2ST BRIEF. Sscketakt Thompson made a Be -publican speech at Denver on the 20th. Capt. James D. Hamilton, o of tke MestpHota on the Mississippi ani Ohio Hirersdied at Loin illeon the 21st. Secretary Schcrz addressed a Re publican meeting i Indianapollt on the night SMhe 20th. REPEEsEVTATfvE Hooker has been renomtoated by fte Democrats ef the Fifth Congressional District of Mississippi. The Republican ' Convention of the Twelfth Illinois District nominated uon. i. L. "Morrison for Congress. The Princess Louise is going to the -German baths, by wrder of her physicians. She has never fully recovered from the in juries received by her at OtUwa last winter. Prince lopoid will accompany her home to England, i The new census gives the following population to the cities named: Xew Or leans, 215,2.10; Richmond, Va., 63,243; Nash vflle, 43,453; Dallas, Tex., 33,406; Mobile, 38,000? Little Rock, 1...

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. — 29 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JULY 20. 1880. KAII.KOAIs TIM l! TA It I. KM. Tllcro.VC I.IA: w (rllM R.R. Train leave ililul as fulluws SB aad after July . lac. PAHtiKNOCC ft IX. No. 1. north, lesvrsat G:10 am :i, " " ..- - !!:4Jaiu No. A south, " f:lnin 0. . " " - - 2:'' pm 'lime abut fifteen minute slower th.in toa time. V- I. liAli.VfcR. Agent. .Milan. J. O. MANN,fni't, Jackson. Tenn. h. K. CAKV.tJ. '. i T- A.. New urlenns. 1. b. AlUKEY.G. T. A..NewOr.eus. Ltsi ill A ville A Jt. - K. K. Train leave MiUd as iulluws ua and alter Jim X, Isou. rASxixur.K TRAINS. No. 1. south, leaves at. i-?! fi.-w I'm t.i iiumuuldt)... t:i6aiu 12: l.'i pin U:u:t am (Acc.oiHiudat'n) h:'M pui A- W. LOViMi. Agent. No. , ourta, Ko. 6, " P. ATMOJIE. 0. F. CAXTWELL, (ien. i'. k T. Loeal Ticket Ac t- a yyo UX CEMENTS. 4 nucliflmlro. The fallowing are our prices for announcing tanuidstcs lur olKee cash is Vanck. yorC'ouKre, 110 00 For the Legit lature. 10 00 lur County OlSees. 5 00 tor lonprettH. 8IM0.NTOX. We are...

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. — 29 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE BttOOES. VM n tW rrayrlctorm. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. AT DEA TITS DESPITE. Whither departs the perfume of the roeT Into what i:fe music irol len s mail? Tear Rfter yenr earth Ions proee-snon (roes To blle Itself lie neatb the enitn ground. IT poll the frnive'f Inexorable brink. Amazed with lusa, the human creature otani-: Vainly be trtv to reason or to think, Lett with his aching heart and empty hands. He secluhn lrt iu uiti. There comes no sound; Park in--s and silence all his "ne confound. Till In Deiith's roll-call stern be hears his name. In turn be follows and Is lot to siirht; Toouirb comforted by Love and crowned by Kfcine, He bears the summons dread no man may Sliirht. Sweetly and clear aliove hl prove Th-birdi -hall iuf, unmindful of his dust: Softly, ir, turn, the Ion green grass shall wave Cher his fallen bead. In turn, he must Submit to be foruotten. like the rest, Tbouirn biifh the heart that bi-ata within his . i brea-t. The rose falls and the music'...

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. — 29 July 1880

J 1 (I MILAN EXCHANGE THUESDAY. JULY 29, 1880 CBipratiTe XumbrofLIqiir teller North and South. ColumbM (Q ) Knnuirer-Sun. An impreion prevail that there U more drinkingof intoxicating liquors ia the Bouth than North. The jar tiian of the "God and morality or eanuation have been striving for many yean to inculcate the idea. Their journal teem with incidenU of what the untamed ''rebel" does when inflamed by drink and iu the posse ion of a shot guu. They would con vey the misrepresention that the South U wropoaed of a class of people dis tinguished by a peculiar squad of ruffi ans who form the domiuant class and commit most terrible atrocities upon the defenseless. They paint them elvc as refined and cultured their's as the land of steady habits, learning and abstinence from all vices. Facts speak stronger than theories or abuse. J he editor of the Wesleyan Urjnta tins n-nilm throtiph the an- 4 Li f V " O pual report of Commissioner Kauni, ot the Internal lieveuue jje put mien i. That ...

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

iMnTrwft rfnr-f MILAN EXCHANGE h ai: ltntwtHM. Ixiiloin nnl lrorirr. rSlllMRIPTIO KATtS. lw dollars a year! one duliar fornix month.; fty cenu fur three month., itiablt 11 id- Entered at the port office at Milan. Tenn., aa eecond claM Batter. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. o J Weald respectful! U the attention of my patron, and the publie to my Urge new stock of M'CH AS Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx find Gold Sets, Diamonds, Americnn and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Rings, Chiitis, Lockets, Soeiety Badges, 8olid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, . And arreat many other articles .renerally found in a first-class Jewelry Store, which havln twa bourl.t at reatly reduced prices. I offer at lower r-te than found elsewhere, and will du plicate anV eastern prices. To convince yourself please Kive a call and examine foods anil price. Kvery article it warranted an represented, or tbe money tefunded. Orders from a distance filled with promptness and roods sent ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 August 1880

rilLAN EXCHANGE. VIDE BBOOKS, E41tora4 Proprietor!. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. fHE NEWS ITT BRIEF. Tkb Democratic Convention of; the -'iris MiBfouri District renominated -Con-T8smn WaddilL The West Virginia Democratic State Convention, held o the SSth, nominated ' M. J. B. Jackson, of rarkersburg, for Governor; Joxeph Viller, of Cabell County, or Auditor; and Ool. Thanias O'Brien for treasurer. Savtel J. Tildes presided at the Democratic Maw Meeting at the Nevr Tort: Ycademy of Music on tie 28th. lie made ricf tpnech pon taking the chair. Gen. 'owing, Samu4 3. Bandall and Senator -Jones it Florida were among the orators. The bolting Republicans of the Twen- ieth Ohio Congressional District, which com- irises the city of Cleveland, have nominated i. B. Lockwood for Representative in op iosilion t Don. Amos Townsend, enomi tiated by the regular convention. A DcBirw correspondent states that he Improved condition of the country, and ;rospects of abundant crops, have caused h...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. W1DI A BBOOES, Fdi'or, aid Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. TO THE TEItRES TRIAL GLOBE. By a Miserable Wretch. Boll im, thou bail, roll on I Tfcroutrn pathWws realms of space KoUon! what thouirb I'm In a Horry cascf what tbouirn I cannot meet my bills? What tboub I uffcr toothache's ills? What though I swallow countless pills? Xcvcr vou mind; Koll onl Foil on, tbou ball, roll onl Through seas of inky air Itollon! It's true I've irot no Fhirta to wear; It's true my butcher's bill is due; It's true my prospects all look blue; But don't lei that unxettle 'oul lever vou niindl Hull on! IT. S. Gilbert. THE TLU TANKARD. There!" said my rolypoly aunt with drawing her short, stout arm from the depths of an old oaken chest with drawers at the bottom. " There, my dear, is a treasure for you!" It was a dark, rain June forenoon. We were in the low parret of the old farm-house, and I was delighting my self by searching about among the stowed away family relics. Each had a histor...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1S80 Democratic Ticket For President! S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, :W. H. ENGLISH. bf Indiana. ELECf()fcS rot TBI 8TATR AT LaKftt.1 JTjHN L; T; ENEED. of Shelby. JOHN 91. FLEMING, of Knox. DISTRICT ELECTORS. Firtt Diftrict-CHAS. E. VANCE. Second Dintrict W. L. LEDGERWOOD. Third District Fourth Ditrict-JOS. E. WAS1I1XGTOX. of RoberUon. Fifth Dittrict SixthDiitrict-W.A. TIIOMA. SeTenthDUtrict-EDWIN T. TALIAFERRO. ofQite. Eith District A. 8. HAWKINS, of Carroll. Kinth District I.E. RICHARDSON, of Dyer Tenth District R: J. MORGAN, of Shelby. Fot Congress, CilAS. A SIMONTON; Now if Governor Blackburn would only persuade Garfield to take Crab Orchard salts three times a day, he would run much better for the White House frankfori (A".) Yeoman. For the Whito House ? The third congressional district con vention met at Pikeville last week and, by acclamation, nominated Gen. Dibbrell for re-election. Speaker John R. Neal, of the state sena...

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. — 5 August 1880

T TTT "NT PTPTT A "NTf1 P ' A l'verf etab!e of th'3 town JjillUUN JjAUJliixNVJIJ j was nje-hat hacked Tuesday morn ' ; ! 7. ,7 7 T ! ins. He had to walk from camp- tiiuiispaV. Atuttsr.3, i:nl,n. home ttHJ n.ght bcfore KAii.HWAn TiMfc taui.iA. cause he was left. John says it is VhJrit..'i. iu KxtoriMM it. ic. Trains Vsr, MI Inn as follows on and after dliijr 4. 1M. . .. . reiKNOKn taikk. K-i. )...r(U, leave, at o:inru . a. :i:4iaiu ?u. "t. H.M.H..I e:iuaui ho. 4. " I"" Tiiiiaa'Miut fifteen minute flower than town time. J T. t.AK.NKK. Asreut. Milan. J. 5. MANN. ru't.Jackfn. Tenn. K. CARV. 4. '. A T- A.. Sew Orleans. J. li. MoUV.i. T. A.. N Orleans. IuiVlll4 A SnhvllI HI. H. It. R. Trai:i I ive Milan a follows on and alter J one S-t lu. riiwutjn;. TRAINS No. 1.eaitb. ! at. - S:??"m K. X " .. 1i:.-npin 5 w HuuibWdt)... !:!'. am Nnn-rti. " 'ii""' JSU. (j, ' " ( Arrmiimudat a) o- pm ' A. TV. LU i.Mi. Arent. t P. ATMOKE. O. F. CANTWEIX, irn. I'. A 1. Local Ticket A t. A XXO VXCEMEXTS. T mu...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 August 1880

L1SCELLA5E0US. A free ice-water fountain in opera tion under the wing of the Post-office, New York, during the first week was iwed by twenty-five thousand people. Already it is reported that the tippling places in the vicinity have pecuniarily suffered because of this fountain. This brief experience coincides with that of London in the same matter. The Rev. Dr. William M. Baker tells in the Christian Intelligencer alout the persecution of a young woman and belligerantly adds: "When I think of ner story my first and strongest feeling is not so much admiration for her as an Jinont intense desire to give the man who so pursued her a thrashing. Very likelv I myself would be the one thrashed but f could at least enjoy doing my best." Fishermen engaged in the Green land fishery say they never experienced anything like the terriic ice blockade which uow extends down to the lifty accond parallel of latitude. The field of ice lying to the eastward of New foundland, the southern extremity of ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 August 1880

R Vv: 32 i BLOOD PURIFIER, CURES DYSPEPSIA, Vrr Complaint. Costireness, Bilious At' tacks. Indigestion, Jaundice, Lost at Appetite, Headache, Dizziness, Nausea, Heartburn, Depression of Spirits, Sorts, Boils, Pimples, Skin Diseases, Erup tions. Foul Breath, and all Diseases arising from Impure Blood. Th Tiamburc linn, are rernminpnded a. twin, the bt and chratt Family MMieine aver offered, soil aTe-anld bv Iiniirltrts and Imlfr at 60 CfiU aBottla. Iinetifn- in Elv.n Language. Genuin. .eani me lac-Minuie :Kn''irr. and private pmpr ta7 stamp of Baltimou. i TJ.&. A. UN FERMENTED TFTOTTF. THE APrETITE, ENRICH THE t BI. K I. To aecompllah thU Rreat work no mcd tetne or food in th: world ao cuceaxfully combln'' the k-mnui ncci &Kiry to sucee&t as MALT UITTEHS, prepun-d from tnj,rmmui Malt and Il'p'. by the MALT UITTfc US COMI'ANT, and free from the ob )ctknt urgi-d clnst malt liquors. Under their cner ic Influence tlR- inmach Is alive, tbe liver active, tbe kidney" bual:liy. (...

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. — 5 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, AUGT 5, 1880 THE GREAT WHISKEY RlXti. Gen. John McDonald's I'.vpos ureof Illicit-Whisky Frauds . Culminating in 1875. "The Secrets of the Great Whisky lUng" is the title of a book now in course of preparation by Gen. John McDonald, formerly Supervisor of In ternal Revenue fir the district embra cing Missouri, Arkansas, etc., iu which it is claimed the connections of Gen. Grant, Gen. Babcock, Commissioner Douglas and other Government offi cials wil' be established by document tary proof, embracing their conOden tial letters and telegrams directing the management of the ring. The author acknowledges his instrumental' ity in the organization and conduct of the ring, but claims to make only such statements as his letters and telegrams with Grant, Babcock, etc., substanti ate. He further declares that he has been offered immense sums of money by the men he implicates, to give up the letters and papers against them, which he now proposes to make pub lic, but has r...

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. — 12 August 1880

I MILAN EXCHANGE WADE BIUIOKR. Milan mm rrprltr. NtBM'KIPTIOS BATCH. Two dollar a years xdoll&rfuf six oath:; fir eeuU fur three and. KTAiuur Uf ah f KC. Katered at the ot office at M. laa, Tenn., a fecund claM aaOer. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS. o T Would cenacrtfallr call lhe attentie ef atr patron, and the public to my lane new rtoek of HCCII AS Cameo, Coral, Black Ouyt and Gold Sets, Diamond, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Kings, Chain?, Lockets, Society Radges, Solid Silver and best lated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, A ad a reat ataayathw article fenerally found in a lirt-el. Jewelry Store, which bavinr, lieen boairkt at greatly reduced prima. I offer at lower rte than found elsewhere, and will du plicate any eautera prior. To convince youreH pleerive a call aid examine good and prices. Kvery article l weiranted a. repreirtjd.or the tnoney tefunlrL Order, froia a di.taoce filled with proaiptner. and rood wnt on approval fcy expree. Kepairinc ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 August 1880

Shouting la England. Next to the horse in England is the giin. Accustomed as we are to see En glishmen who have crossed the Atlantic to visit America, and whose idea of that tour of observation seems to be to go two thousand miles further to the West ern plains to shoot, we yet have no ad equate appreciation of the importance which shooting as one of the occupa tions of life has in the minds of tens of thousands of Englishmen. Hunting and shooting in England are not mere recreations, forms of casual pleasure, to be enjoyed now and then, leisure and weather serving. In the hunting ea mn hunting men are not content, as I found on talking with some of them, to o out with the hounds once or twice a week. They hunt three or four times a week, and even every day, except Sun day, if possible! I wonder that they except .Sunday. For if a mau in the country may work ia his garden, and a woman in London mriy cry water-cresses od Sundav, out of church hours, I can see no reason why these gentle...

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. — 12 August 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All muiinirii-i ions for this paper should be accompanied ly tlx! name of the uutlior, no1 nowwHiily lor imb-llr-atlon, butas evidence of gorxl liiitli on ilie Part of the writer. Write only on one Mile of the paper. Be particular!; ear-fill in giving nainea and dati-, to huv ail letter or fijpii-ea plain aud distinct. Value of Flat Turnips. Many farmers will nut prow any of tlx? tt' st varieties of roots for cht'.le on ai-coiint of tlifl expense of weeding and inojier cultivation audit may u't be out of jl:u" to remind thorn that after any prn'.n ti. some kind of manure can Of up' lied nd a great many tur nips prow'n to feed to sheep, to the calves and to any cattle excepting cows giving milk. Turnips will do well on lnvvi.l. ast, if the soil is well pre pared and thi! seecl evenly and not too thi.-klv tiMriliute I; but a drill that will not Mm the w:ed more than is reipiired, without thinning, will be better, be c::i'ie tin-re are few men who can bow at :.!l K-p...

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. — 12 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1880 Democratic Ticket. For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. J ELECTOE8 TO THE BTATK AT LSKKI.I JOHN L. T. SNEED, of Shelby. JOHN M. FLEMING, of Knox. DISTRICT ELECTORS. First District-CHAS. R. VANCE. 6eeondDistrict-W. L. LEDUERWOOD. Third District Fourth DUtrict-JOS. E. WASHINGTON, of Robertson Fifth District Sixth Diftrict-W.A. THOMA. gerenthDistrict-EDWIN T. TALIAFERRO, of Giles. Eigth District A. U- HAWKINS, of Carroll. Ninth District-T. E- RICHARDSON, of Dyer Tenth District-R. J. MORGAN, of Shelby. For Congress, CHAS. B. SIMONTON. The Democratic Gubernatorial Con vention met in Nashville Tuesday with about one thousand delegates present. Col. George Washington of Knox was elected temporary chairman on a test vote, he receiving 940 11-15 votes to 293 7-20 for D. L. Suodgrass. This shows a majority of more than two-thirds of 6tate credit men. After the appointing of committees, Col. J. D....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE TIIUI2SDA.Y. AUUU.ST12. 18S0. KAII.BOAIt TIIK TARI.IA hJriKM,KI.Iai SnrOrlnm K.K. Train Intra JIiIjb as follows on ami after Juiy t. 10. rnM.ui riAixit. 1, north, Iea e at..... fi:40am .u. :t, '" !l:iain ,Vg. 2.Mlltb. " 9:Nlia Jo. 4. " " 2:p Tiuic tlwal fifurea minute lower than to a time. J- l. i AKNKR. Ageut, Milan. J. J. M AXX.r-up t. Jaoknon.Teoa. fc. K. CAKY. it. I', ft T. A.. Xewtlrieajis. 1. It. MoKtV.H. T. A.. New Orleans. I,aialll aY Natta 111 A UU S. K. R. Trains leave Milan u follow va and alter Jaoe 77. lsso. Ne. 1. snath, leaves at No. S. li.via pin o., Ko. I. north. " No. 4. " Ko.. C. P. ATMOUK. lieu. V. Jr 1. Ui lluwboldl).- !l:Ujain li 15 em iMHaiu ( AceaiauitKlat'ul ir.j pin A- W. L0 iXO. A rent. 0. F. CAXTWtXL. Loral Ticket Ac't. a xxo vxcejmjxts. 1. nudilalr-M. ThefolluwiiuT are our price fur snnosscing candidate ior ofBce cH lx ivanck. l or Congress, ilO U) l or the Lrcif Uturc, let (K) 1 or County Offices. & () For (DKrrwk CMMOXTO. We are auth...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE VIDE B BOOKS, Ed 11 on imi Proprietor!. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT THE NEV8 1 1ST BRIEF. Tok Democrats of the Third Missouri District have renominated lion. K. Graham Frot for Congress. A Lima letter gives particulars of the most horrible atpocities committed by th Chilian troops on the taking of Arica and Tacna. Both cities, it is alleged, were given up to ack and pillage; non-combatants and wonnded noldiers were mercilessly slaugh tered, and women and girls were subjected to the most infamous treatment. Gen. Garfield and party arrived at Kew York City on the 4th, to attend a con ference of the leading Republican managers in reference to the campaign. At various cities and towns along the line of the road from Ohio to the East, the Republican nom inee for President was met by congregations of citizens, whom he addressed briefly as time would permit. The dbt statement of Aug. 2 shows the decrease of the public debt during July to be $."),5T,n..3; cash in the Treasu...

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