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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE BBOOEH, Ml on sad Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. DEAD .VTXXA. An Mav first morning rose In prido The iil;ire maiden, Minna, died, Ilit f fiend. Hip kinsmen of hT race, Jlnuni'd rmnd her f..r a little sp.ice, Thi ii l.t her in her -th-robe dfst, V itnnau whu-- lily on her linast. Il.it when "he hour of niirht was near. An 1 :n..oi,liRh; soft suirjsod itie bier, There cjmi' the princ- of nil the land And. w-epinir, kis-i'd her suiiUi eold band, A nd lir.iu'ht a jewel'd circlet rare Tu j.'liiunier round the maiden's hair. And lmni'.'ht a pi-nrl-llf star to rest L'im thi r..w,ic l maiden's lreast. PtillJx.re bor lirow t!i moon's soft ray; It tiii..'.l tne lily where it l;iy. !p c:tx the circled ifii aid 'G i s or-urn as b--t, my .im-en: my bride" Hp itt the pesr! hencn'h h'S feet "lld'l lily ii tby oreasi-Joner sweet'." Then kneel'nr. we- with palnna'e pain, And Miower'.l ll 1 kl-sos d.iwa like ruin. And li'itrcr'd till 1b" m.m :'.nk low. And :ill it t I und :iH...

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. — 12 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1880 THE RAILWAY WAR. Causes of the Fight Between L. A. X.and C, M. I., k X. O. From the New irrleaa Democrat. Forthciuformatiou of those who have not a clear knowledge of the causes that have led to this struggle, and who have not kept posted aa to the various moves of the opposing forces, we will give what we believe to be a correct and concise statement of the origin and progresss f the war. About the first of June a conference between the managers of the Jackson and Louisville lines took place in New Orleans to decide the further relations between them. The propositions of the Louisville & Nashville were: 1. To give the Jackson road 40 per cent, of the New Orleans south bound business at Milan, provided the Jackson gave the Louisville & Nash ville at Milan all the business it con trolled for all potuts east and north1 east of the east hne of the State of Il linois, and the Jackson should not 6eek any business by any line from the above...

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. — 19 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE A BROOKS. F.dlt.r aad Prwprlrtwrs. nrnM Rirnoi hatch. 1 w dollan a Tear; oae dollar fur nil month: fir rent fur three m.atha, !tii alt i a nxci. KntrroJ at tha port ffie at Milan, Tenn., M pecond clau matter. FINE JEWELRY! ' QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. 0 T Would rwpeetfully eall tb. attention of my patroni and tb. pnblio to my Urre new rtock of SUCH AS Cameo, Cral, Black Onyx and Gold Seta, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Kings, Chiius, Lockets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Aid a treat many other article, renerally found in a 6rt-etaii Jewelry Store, which bint been .orht at (really redared price. I offer at lower rte than fnond elwwhere, and will du llirale any ivlm price.. To eninee yourself plow rive a call and examine good.and price. Krory arlieie i warranted a. repiwwnled. or the money refunded. Or.ler from a ditance filled with prom ptneM and good. rent on approval byexpre... Kcpairinf...

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. — 19 August 1880

IHLAN EXCHANGE. VAAI ft BBOOES, Editors aad Proprietor. JILLAN, - ' TENNESSEE, CURRENTTOPICS. 'IHR NEW8 IIT BRIEF. It is telegraphed from Fort Quitman X12Ui) that Victorio hu recrossed the border into Chihuahua, Mexico, and that Colville'a .Mexican troops are on bfs trail. Tji-U. S. Sehatob Thomas M. Nok oor will, it is eald, run a an independent candidate tor Govenior of Georgia against 4ov. Coluultt, renominated. The Secretary of the National rrohi Irftion Committee asserts that the Prohibit lory party will put an electoral ticket before Hie voters of twenty states. Mr. Gladstone has so far recovered from his recent illness as to be able to leave Iaondon for a period of rest, which has been prescribed by his physicians as absolutely ential. The census returns of Arkansas com plete, less nine small districts, four of which mre estimated, show the population of the State to be 810,117. The final revision will Increase the number slightly. The Arkansas Republican State Cen tral Commi...

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. — 19 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE a EEIHJKS " r Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. COIt VORUICJT. The f rohnei of the woods lit mine. i in Imthsof mountain air; Tlx- f'.ret dej.tb of Iwh and pine Kold grandly round me everywhere. The thrush's song U sweet and low; A water-spirit stirs the ferns Ivwn where the silvery trickles flow Oeri-m'rai brims olnylvan urns. On leafy glalo and granite walls The sunshine's misty splenttors stream. .Afar a lone dove sorrowing ealls As if tbu wood moaned in its dream. I see where purple lichens glow. When- nio.e drink supreme content, Where spreails the clematis, like snow. The curtains of its spotless tent. I see what chronlrles are graved n sirtniterrd clitf and weird rurine. .And how the teeming irround Is paved With tieauteous forms of what has been. The pine-tree'ssiirb and brooklet's mirth Are in my heart wilb Joy and pain, And all the sad and sweet of earth l'lcad lr. the puthos of the strain. Far o'er me pslitates the blue. As if l-ove hovered softly the...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 185JO Democratic Ticket. For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. of InJkua. ELECTOB8 rot tu wtaxs at l JOHN L. T. 6NEED. of Bhelby. JOBS M. FLEMING, of Knox. DISTRICT ELECTORS. First District CHAS. R. VANCE. Second District-W. L. LEIKJERWOOD. Third District Fourth District-JOS. E. WASHINGTON, of Robertson Fifth District Sixth District W. A. THOMA. Seventh District-EDWIN T. TALIAFERRO, ofGiles. Eith District-A. U. HAWKINS, of Carroll. iath District-T. K. RICHARDSON, of Dyer Tenth Diitrict-R. J. MORGAN, of Shelby. For Governor, JOHN V. WRIGHT. For Congress, CIIAS. B. SIMONTON. The largest democratic convention ever held in Tennessee convened at Nashville last week. Nearly every county in the state was represented, and, aa a rule, by men of wisdom, deeply imbued with the grave respon eibilities of the hour. Stirring appeals and vigorous efforts were made for harmony, but there was one element in the 'conventi...

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. — 19 August 1880

MILAN'EXCHAltGE THURSDAY. AUGUST 19. 1880. atAlLBvAJ TIJIK TAHLU. Cfclear.- Lle A lw OrUaaa ft.. TrelBsWava MiiM M Ic-Howa ud after Jiy 4.160. PAMtXOtl Tltltl. Ha. 1. north, levn at 6:40 am o.S. - . ..:!:) ao ;. 2. math. " :10au. 1.0.4, " " .. fciSpaa Xiao about Brteea minutes slower Uu town tin. J.t. UARNEK.. Arot,iiUJ. J, U. VA55,eWt, Jackson. Ten a. J. E. CAhY, M. f. k 1- A,. Nw Orleaa. l. B. MoXET.Q.T. A.. Sew (Means. Loaiavttl) SMIfllU (I(.R.I.B. Trains Inn Milaa u follows oa and after Jon 27, 1S8U. rassxxsia Tasini. No. l.toath. leaves at .?i?S'J" Ui uanmoiuw ho. 2. north. No. 4. Ku.n, " I?Bna Aecammodat'n) 6:50 pm A. W. LOVXN'G. Aent. 0. F. CAST WELL. Local Ticket Aa't- eP. ATMORK. den. P. A X. A XXO UXCE31EXTS. To. Caadtdalc. The following aro oar prions for annosneing eaaaidate tor offiee c IV dtac. FerCeaxreas. 110 00 For too Legislature. 10 00 For Coaaty Otteee. 00 lor Cosjt a SIM ONTO .Wo aro authorised to an nouaon the lion. Cbas. B. Kunonton a can didate fur ro-otoctio...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 August 1880

PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. . A big thing on ice" The price. Boston A-lverUwr. A man over-bored! The editor. Boston Journal of ( When a map dies he adjourns sine die, so to speak. Sleu'tenvitU Herald. A pun upon the dog days would be doggone good one. Buffalo Courier. To bring np a child in the way it should go, lead the vta.j. WhUeJiull Timet. "Doing to others as you would fcave them do to you" kissing pretty girls. Waterloo Observer. A man digging clams hardly knows whether he is fishing or engaged in ag ricultural pursuits. S. O. Tu-aiune. A man who won't take off his hat to himself once in awhile in summer must be a cold-blooded wretch. Detroit Free l're.i. It is a contradiction of natural phi losophy, but cold, cold ice cream will wann up her heart, muchly. Sew J la cen Hi (jiM r. "Miss-takes will hapoen in the best regulated families," as the old gentle man remarked upon hearing that the tall and slender young man had .stolen his child away. Huston Tranxcrijit. A bass drum well played...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 August 1880

Mipllpp in THE OBE1T EBII1V BLOOD PURIFIER, CURES DYSPEPSIA, lirer Tomplaint. Costireness, Bilious At' tacks. Indigestion, Jaundice, Loss of Appetite, Headache. Dizziness. Nausea, Heartburn, Depression of Spirits. Sores, Boiis, Pimples, Skin Diseases, Erup tions. Foul Breath, and all Diseases arising from Impure Blood. Tba Hamburg Dmfia are rcrom mended M being the beat and ebeapent Family Mli -ine erer offered, and are aoM by Ifcucxiata and Dealeri at 60 Oata Bottle. Ijiroetiona in Eleven LanfruagM. Genulna bean the fitoauuila airnarare. and priTate propria Uij atamp of A. VOUELKK fc CO., BaLTIMOME. Its. U.S. A. UN FERMENTED TniS MATCHLESS RENOVATOR of feeble and exhaurtd conatltutlona fi rich In theclpmcnui that tx to nourlnh and ur ntrthrn the blood. It perfpcta Igrattiin. nlraulatea I lie liver, kldneya, bowels and urin ary orcana. quieu the brain and nerrom forcea, and hxlurai rcfrrnhlng sleep. MALT BITTERS commrnd tbemerlvfa to the weak, convalescent, overworked, de blllutetLn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1880 Hancock' Saying". Arbitral-j power has do existence here. Nothing can1 intimidate me from doing what I think to be honest and right. Armed insurrection or forcible res eistance to the law will be instantly repressed by arma. The great principles of American liberty still are the lawful inheritance erf this people, and ever should be. Power may destroy the forms, but not the principles, of justice. These will live in spite even of the sword. Woe to us whenever it shall come to pass that the power of the magis tratecivil or military is permitted to deal with the mere opinions or feel ings of the people. The right of trial by jury, the ha beas corpus, the liberty of the press, the freedom of speech, the natural rights of persons and the rights of property mu3t be preserved. 1 he true and proper use of the mil itary power, besides defending the Na tional honor against foreign nations, is to uphold the laws and civil gov ernment and to secure to e...

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. — 26 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADG sfc I1KOVHN. E4itra mm I'rwprirlwra. Nl'BStKirTIOK RATtX. Two dollar a year: on. dollar for lis montht; fly nab fur tbrw. month, txr akiablt in ad f Art. . Eutend at the post 6 at Milan. Tcnn.. as fecund clmi' matter. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND ' Would respectfully rail the attention of my f I t'll AS Cumeo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Set-', Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst King, Chains, Lorkets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and best jilatcd ware, Clocks, Fancy Good., And a rrent many other articles rcnerally found in a first-class Jewelry ''tore, which having been bourht at r rent I y reduced prices. I offer at Iciwer r-te than fioind elsewhere, and will du plicate any atorn prices. To convince yourself please rive a ca II anil examine goody and prices, i'very article is warranted ns represented, or the money lefundcd. Orders tram a distance til let with promptness and roods nnt on approval by express, l.epairinc of difficult watches...

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 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE 1T1DI BUOORS, Elltr.ad Proprietor.. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEW8 1 1ST BRIEF. Olk Bull, the famous violinist, has Just died at Bergen, Norway. Representative John F. Phillips luui been renominated by the Democrat of the Seventh Missouri District. The Connecticut Republican State Convention nominated for Governor Mayor Bigelow, of New Haven. TnE New Jersey Republican State Convention nominated Frederick A. Potts lor Governor. ' The Democratic Convention of the Ninth Illinois District nominated lion. John E. Lee for Congress. President Hayes will go on a tour to the l'acilic Coast, making several speeches en route. The Maine Temperance Society, in mans convention, nominated Joshua N.Os good for Governor. The New York Greenback State Con tention, held at Syracuse on the 18th, nomi nated a ticket of Presidential Electors and also of State officers. The harvests in both East and West Prussia have been almost totally destroyed by Hoods. It has rained inces...

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. — 26 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE A IIBOukS Ml'on and Prvpritttirs. . MILAN, - 'TEXXESfeEE. SUXSITIXE. An old barn-chamber heaped with new-mown hay. And swallows nests alonsr the monT eaves; The sleepy sun-hine lies then-all the ilay It pill the cobwebs' misty lace of pray Anil Hickcr thro' the faded clover leaves. Hack in the corner Rhadnws dark and mil Beckon to elm-boughs waving by the orchard wulL Jsn ound but wallow flyinir to and fro, Ortinkleof a bell in pasture near. fvft halow un the bi!ii-ile come and (ro, V bile over hcihls of blue sweep, still and slw. White wreaths of cloud that melt and disap pear. fnder the hill athin pmoke rises, curled like incense ln-m the ultar of a peaceful World. MaLrt S. y.tnery, in GvhI Comiany. BETSEY KE.MI.NUTO.VS (JUILTIXU. The hue outside doors of the great Ileniiiitoii farm-house stood wide open to the niorninjr sun. Motherly lilacs looked cheerfully ia at the open win dows and armies of apple blossoms sent in the compliments of the season on the fres...

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. — 26 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, AUGUST 26, 1830 Democratic 'Ticket. For President. W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. ELECTORS FOE TBI 8TJTC AT LAtnt.t JOHN L. T. FXEED.of Shelby. JOHN M. FLEMIXii, of Knox. DISTRICT ELF-CTOItS. FirstDistrict-CIIAS. R. VAKCB. tcondDistriet-W. L. LEDUEEWOOD. Third District-JOHN K. KEAL. of Kaea. Fourth Di-lriet-JOS. E. WASHINGTON, of Hubert hub- Fifth District-.! AMES H. Bl'BSAX. of U coin. Sixth District W. A. THOMA. of Davidson. feventhDUtrict-EDWIN T. TALIAFERRO. ofUiles. F.iruh District-A.U. HAWKINS, of Carroll. Ninth Dwtrict-T. K- RICHARDSON, of Dyer Tenth District-It. J . MORtiAN. of Shelby- For Governor, JOHN V. WRIGHT. For Congress, CIIAS. 15. SIMONTON. They are fjomiii;. Don't fail to turn out next Tuesday to the ling raising and Hancock and Engliah Rally. Hon. John L. T. Snecd, Gens. Atkins and Campbell, nd Hon. C. IJ. Simouton Lave prom ised to be here, and of course our peo ple will have a rare treat of...

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. — 26 August 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THUUSDAY. AUGUST 20. 1880. KAILKOAIs TIME TARLtS. 41itra.aa.Nt. I.nul A rm Orleans C R. Train leave Milan as follows on aod after JJy 4, Iwi. N'a. I. aorta, leave at. . 4:40 am " " :i:VJam .No. '.I. south. " ie.l'laia J. 4. " " 2:4.. pat Time aUMit fi frees asiautes slower than tuwa time. J 1. HA KN Kit, Axent, Milan. J. it. M ANX, ou', Jjiokeon. Tenn. K. K. CAAV, . T- A.. New Orleans. 1. 11. ilUlitV. ti. J . .1.. .New Orleans. .oaUtllle.fr Xaabtillr a tl.S.8. K. Trains leave Milaa a lolluwc a aail after Jaoe Z.. Isxu. rtsxriicca trains. No. 1, south, leavorat 3:!lans 1S:5 ta No. ' Jv 'a. 2. vlfa. No. 4. " CP. AT.V0BE. lien. 1'. i T. U liumbuldt)... Sia 12: !' ra ..... am AccoiiitnoilaA'a) fKMaai A. IV. LOViNU. Areat. 0. K.CA.VTWEU.. Local Ticket Ax t- a xxo rxcj;ju:xrs. Ts I aatdidatea. The following are our prijss for annevncina; cau-itdatc Ur offioe Cash m ilitvci. ForlVtuKrew. 10 W t-'or the Ivislatvie. 10 U0 Fur Coxuly I'flitw. 5 GO l-'r t'ouc ream. SIM0TX. We ar...

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. — 26 August 1880

SISCELLAXEOUSJ Kerry Bradford, of Clinch County, Cx.. was found dead at his plow handles recently, lie is the third brother that Jim died suddenly at the plow. A n;ike wai killed on the farm of AY". IL Williams, Cwinnctt County, Ga., nrhich ha l two feet w'tb tire toes, the (eet being shaped like those of a lizard. California millionaire are rated in the tax lists there as follows: Charles Crocker. U,43",4X; Le.land Stanford, .M,f4 ;..;')S, and Mrs. Mar Y. S. Hop iiiis. $:!.V2SO,)72. The new "Webster mansion" at 'Marrthiield, Mass., on the site of the old nd historic Webster mansion, which was burned, is now nearly completed. It w ill cost about $10,000. A hollow old tree near the corner tf Broadway and Fiftieth Street, New York, was cut down the other day. and jeveral large rattlesnakes were fouud in it and quickly dispatched. According to recent surveys of the Great Salt Lake its greatest length i& ninety-three miles, while its greatest -width is forty-three miles. The present...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 August 1880

TO COEtRESPOXDENTS. All coinmtniK'ations for tlifc" paper should be coompanl'l by the mime ol the uuihr, not DaeeMMuily kh pul)ln-uon, but ax pviiiciici- ol pood laKh on the part of the writer. Write only on oue"iI-of t!i paper. ISe particular eariful Vu pivirif? nam?, and dates, to Uuv. all letter or fliruK-a plain enrl rlwitm-t. A Romantic Situation. Hiss Angelina Apem went rusticating last summer with her mn. - They fauna board at a pleasant country homestead, where there was already quite a party. Miss Apem desired to make herself generally agreeable and decided to cul tivate the acquaintance of the grand mother of the household on the very first evenir. after her arrival. Ac cordingly, after tea, when the boarders had assembled oa the porch to enjoy a cool breeze. Miss Ajein opened on the grandmother, who was busy with her knitting. "1 his is a very romantic situation," aid the young lady, addressing the ven erable dame. The latter looked at her inquiringly. "This is a very rom...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 August 1880

-vam MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, AUGUST ,2C, 1880 They are Coming. Don't fail to turn out nextTuelay to the flag raiding and Hancock and English Rally. Hon. John L. T. Sneed, Gens. Atkins and Campbell, and Hon. C. B. Simouton have prom ised to be here, and of course our peo ple will have a rare treat of eloqueuee an4 Bound democratic food. Rally, boys, and bring all your friends with you. SOME BATHERS At Manhattan Beach Who Flay too Nice, and Whose Antics Bordered ou the Naughty. New York Cor. Buffalo Courier. The capering that goes on in the surf is all quite innocent, too, I sup pose. One kind that I noticed looked very much that way. A party of six three men and three women, all young seemed to bo having a good time. I dare say they are very re spectable persons at home. The men wore tight suits which made them look like models. The young women wore at Iea.il enough clothing for a Black Crook ballet, and perhaps a little more. One of the young wo men seemed rather afraid of the wa 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. — 2 September 1880

J V;.L t M. MILAN EXCHANGE . . KAUI A BKU6KS, Edit rrvprietara. gCIWTIimOJ BATES. Tw dollars a year: .a. dollar Tor fix eaontht ; ftj mil for throe months, iktakuult m ap- fAKCC Entered t tb. postoltee at Milan, Tenn., as second class matter. FINE JEWELRY! -o-- aUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. 0 T W.mld nwwtftllr eall the atteati.a .f ay patr.a aad tb. pbli to my large b.w stock of MfTpu Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold SeU, Diamonds, American and Foreign . Watches, Ottme and Amethyst Kings, Chius, Lockets, Society Budges, So!id Silver and beet plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, A.d a great many other rtieli generally fonnd in a Bret-class Jawelry Store,, which !.. bought at graatiy redact pri-. 1 offer at low.r rat, than foand elsewhere, andwillda- uticaU) any eastern price. To convince ynarmlf please give a fall and examine good and price. Kvery article is warranted a represented, or the money refunded. Order from a rti-tane. ailed with pratnptaeM and goods sent an approral by egpre...

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. — 2 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. wlPB BE00K4, Editan tad rroprMen. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS irT BRIEF. Horace Matkard, the new Postmaster-General, baa entered upon the dis charge of his ofticial dutiei. ' .1. Attorket-Gexeeal Devens ia an nounced to make several political speeches in Minnesota and Indiana. St. JruER has again lowered the trotting record, scoring a mile In the unpre cedented time of 2:11 1-4, at Hartford, Conn., on the 17th. ' ( Grp. Grif.rsoh telegraphs that he is following Victorio's Apaches Into Mexico, and that be Is satisfied, from the mutilated eanra.-e found on lie trail, that the sav i are eating their mules and horses. Senator IltLL, of Georgia, is said to be suffering from a cancerous tumor on bis tongue that threatens to terminate his career as public speaker, if it does not result even more eriouly. Intelligence from the Southern Ute .Agency, received on the 27th, was that Ou ray was lying at the point of death.. His complaint was ISrijrbt's diBease....

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