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

MILAN EXCHANGE. Willi a r.i:iDSS, tdltanaaa Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. TIME OF XEED. There wax once an old couple, very boueetand Having: They were prudent and careful and quite well bebitv ing. He woikM very hard, and she too did ber Kharn. And they made a good living and something to j;are; But they bad a great fault. Now, If you but search, you Will iin.l ttiat a fault la sometimes but a virtue Carried (juite to excess, and 'tis plain on the far-? Of aflairs, as you'll nee, tbat 'twas so in their can:'. Their home. It wa bumble; but do not forget That a home mav le little ard bumble and yet He very attractive. A print oo the wall, A bated of flower, some ornament, such As skmed hands can make, without costing thi-m much. A few .well-chosen books, and 'tis plain unto ail That the home bas a wealth that Is tetter than gold. I am orry to gay. but the truth must be told 'That f hi- little and shauby old house that X tell of Was nm under, a single balf-minutc, the fpell of Tbe ...

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. — 7 October 1880

--xisr .ti" i- MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, OCTK 7, 180. Democratic Ticket. For Fret-Mont, W. S. HANCOCK. of "ennsylvauia. For Vice President, W. II. ENGLISH. of Indiana. For Governor, JOHN V. WRIGHT. For Congress, CIIAS. 15. SIMONTON F ir Representative, JAMES M. COULTER. J-i.io Wright was received with a r:i!!-l ii!oce.i'n, artillery and fire work iu N;tt-livi!le la.t night. . j.i TV Iu-i't.licaus of the Nashville district lmv-o nominated Judge An drew MvCkin for Congress. One (lea lii from yellow fever occur red iu New Orleans last Monday tiiht. )t w too late in the eeauon to ffur iu f-jTctd. ?tr Joseph W. Allen, one of Nash-v'lk-'s patriotic citizens, offers to be ne of Hon. Geo. W. Jones's two thousand to pay the state debt. Boh. D re wry haa thot another roan, not futility however. Re gt into a row at M.is- n a few days since with a negro who had insulted his wile, which caused the trouble. . Comptroller Gaines has made hl semi-annual apportionment of the school fund, of which Gib...

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. — 7 October 1880

gsrysrw..Ttiajs MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. OCTR 7, 1880. KAILHOAI TI.IK TABLI. tolrawg;w.l.LH Jk r OrlMn K.K. Trains leave iMaa as follows on and aftot PASHisuia tkains. Sf,.l. north. lT,t:.;r:.;;:r..;..ra go. south. ......... g sIL b0,ls5-,,r5 rW(rlSiK?,JL: .1 M tV . 1 fil J. . MANX, fiup'l, Jackson. Tcnn H. E. CAhY Sl 1- A .. New Orleans. J. 11. MUKlY . T. A.. New Orleans. LoaUnville KaahTlll (iL.K.B. Train leave Milan as follows an and after June 27, l'Wj. raSSEgGCa TSaTyft. No. l.soetb. leaves at SrMam Wo. 3. " " l-J:.'opiu o. 5, " (to Humboldt)... .( am Xo. it, north. ..12:1'j rui No. 4, " 3:Ui am Kv.fi. " (Accomuiodat'n) 5-.iOpm A- W. LOYiNtJ. Agent. C. P. ATMORR. 0. F. CAXTWfcLL. Gu. 1'. k T. Loral Ti.-ki-t A't- "'a yyouxcEM exts. The fallowinK r oar I'rin for annuouciDd rannidutei lor olSoe CAAU IV DTlCI. KorCnirref. f 10 ffl X-'wr tha LenMsture. 1" l or County Uflicc. 5 ll r ronRrem. SIMOXTOK. We are authorised to an nounee the Hon. Chs. B. Pinionton a en diiiate lor re-eie'M...

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. — 7 October 1880

All In Fun. There was a sharp-nose.J, red-headed woman there who wanted to see if " a man ly the name of Peter had been locked up." Bijah went up and down the corridor crying : Poterl Poter! pnmpkin-eatr Had a wife and ho di.l b at cr!" It's. an' infernal lie!" growled a Yoice in cell No. 2, and Bijah returned and replied that Peter was there and apparently in the best of health. "Then I want to see Iiim." "For" what?" " For none of your business !" But r on can t.M "Bull will!" Thera was an appalling silence dur ing whic.h b'Jh sat down. Then there as a breeze during which both stood up. "I tjll ye, I must see Peter!" she exclainferi, as she fanned herself at the rate of 154 revolutions per minute. "State Jour reasons in an open hearted' manner," replied the old man. " I want to tell him not to own up." "To what?" " To t!i!"'wiug me down stairs." Bi jah Vhik off his coat, tightened his jrospi-nders, and began to deliver his opinion-on the female sex. but before he was half way thro...

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. — 7 October 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for lhl rmm-r ahnulrth accompanied bv tti mime of ti.c author not necpKHriJy for iitililicntinn, but Hol(lenfof 1 good laith on the part of the wntT. Wdtn onlvonone Man of the phxt. !', partlruliirly can-fill In (riving tmmee anl flutes, to have aU letter or fixtures piain and diwtlnct. FA KM AD FIRESIDE. The Xeccssitj of Variety in I'ooA. The condition of the Sea Lapps (those meiutmrs of that race of men who by accident have been thrown 0:1 the fchi.res of the Northern Atlantic) has ofteu Wen presented as showing how an exclusive fish diet is prone to induce disease. A recent article in JJlurk-iroi'l gives a description of these unfortunate people, with their skin dis eases and physical weakness. " Dis eases of the skin are said to be more common among those who live contin ually on tish than among those who ab stain from it." writes a leading authori ty; " but this probably arises from their use being unaccompanied by a proper quantity of fres...

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. — 7 October 1880

r MILAN EXCHAME THURSDAY, OCTK 7, 1S0. The Fact About State Taxation. We hope that every Ttunc-eeaii ftudied the tablf presented in our Friday's iasue, showing the amount of Rtale tax and the proportion tiute tax bears iu Teuuessee to county and municipal tax. Take the county of Davidson and compare the State tax with that levied bv the county and the city. Outof 2411,603 of tax paid in Davideon per annum, 821, 007 were State tax. The county tax 147, 050 and that ot the city 5222,544; the rate of State tax is ten e"iit on the hundred dollars, that of the coun ty 70 cents and that of the city over two dollars, and yet the people who lire in the country complain of iheii taxation. We ask them in all candor to tell us if they are not making a mountain out of a mole hill when they object to the State tax and geek to de stroy the credit of the State to avr.id it, and whether, by comparison with the city, they can't complain at all. Xasliville American. The new rates for passenger traffic...

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. — 14 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE "T3 f4J 1rTi PIANOS WADE BROOKS. Editor aad Proprietor. KCBM RIrTIOV KATl'H. Two dollars Tear; one dollar fur fix raonth; ftyeenU for three month. iiTimiiiiT in ad- f JitCK. Entered at the port office at Milan, Tenn.. as ec.nd claat matter. BEST AND CHEAPEST. PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS GRUNEWALD, 14 to 22 Baronne St., New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN J HE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED STEIN WAY, KNAI5E, WEBER, FISCHER, PLEYEL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH it WARREN AND PELOUBET fc CO. TRKCT Importation of all kinds of Musical lia.ua ana Amateurs atvcry iuwixi V''i ;.,.r, , T i Ti v n I.ill IS i IU X k.V A LI. t" rnnewald Hall. . . FINE JEWELRY! O ' QUICK SALES AND SHALL PSGFITS. o 1" Weald rwsnectfally ran the attention of my natrons and the public to ray largo new stock of Vims 3be3,w"S3ZjE.', urea as Cmo. Coral. Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American ami Foreign Watches, Came and Ame'.'iyst Badg...

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. — 14 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE BROOKS, id lion aid Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THS NEWS IJM BRIEF. By threatening a strike all along the line, the employees of tbe Grand Trunk nail way have secured an advance in waes. The Russian xaiers are filled with accounts of the jrreat destitution prevailing in the interior. Many deaths froia starva tion have occurred. A well-defined case of yellow fever is reported from New Orleans, but so late in the season as to cause no apprehension of the cpread of the disease. I A strike of negro laborers, com pressmen and lonp-horeincn, at Houston, j Tex., bepunon the 4th ami threatened to assume serious proportions. Prof. Jacob Ball, a well known nat uralist and geolopM, died recently in camp in Willeberger County, Tex., where he was pursuing his scientific explorations. The Georgia Suite election, which took place on the ith, resulted inthe re-election of Governor Colquitt, the regular Dem ocratic nominee, by a majority of some 40, Oou. Th...

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. — 14 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WiltE A BUOOIiS, niD4 rroj.ri.-t.ir. MILAN, - - TEXN;ssi;i;. YKSTEllDAY. It milr dporan like vf-Rtcriliiy; Why t-Ht thin h'Hn? 'tin' over now; And ih(w Imp-lit 1n-um of love and hope Are in the tarn IT l-Mi-r a; Yet timo hath wrouirtit im cbune in me, JBy love is linked t. yesterday. It nnlyKH-mi but yrstrdar; How happily those lny rifiod by I At cv-n:tiif I was xure to mint A un t Finite iiimI Marlit ye; Allihosc ewvt milc diel 'iut from me, With that sweet lar-oll yestorJuy. I aomet imes meet a smilinir faue, A kindly or. of t-yniuHihy: ltiit what are thy to my crut-hed heart? Tbi-y o!ily i hain my mein'pry To th'e t'ond pmili-s thHt rheered my way In that sweet far-oil yesterday. I wiindiT back t- th'e tiriirhj day, Wu-n n1! was o:i untroiihletl sea My life a huppy u oMi-n dream, S'o mity..--.! pi-r li xity ; The uoMi'ti tln-uius have died away, Witbtuut sweet far-i!T yesterday. Ah. well! the pnt is over now; Aad what ihern is in (More for me I do not. dure not w ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, OCTIi 14, 1880. Democratic Ticket. For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Viae President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. For Governor, JOHN V. WRIGHT. For Congres, CHA8. B. EIMONTON Fjr Representative, JAMES M. COULTER. OHIO iSl) I.DIAA! m mm niMMumi i ii iBiiimiii ii i in iiir i iTrrmrrnrnrTwnnw I ft . r F. TuityiV r ' i i&'t$&3Ry 'Martin, Tit ieman & Co, ' " 5 J"' 1' ";; kwi whulcsale dealers in SAVt NOTIONS, FURNlsnivf; onn03 FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC i DRESS GOODS, Special Telegrams to the Ex change. Nashville, Oct 12, 10:25 p. m. Dispatch from Columbus, O., 8a ya 125 townships give net Republican gain of 1068. Republicans claim elec tion of the entire county ticket in Cin cinnati by 3500 majority, and both congressmen also stated. Domocrats concede it by 2500. Vote twenty per cent larger than ever before poll ed. 10:40 p. m. Columbus, Ohio. Two hundred and twenty-nine townships give net Republican gain of 1479. 11:55 p. ra. Columbus, 10 p...

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. — 14 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, OGTR 14, 1880. BAILKA TIME TABLES. Ckieac.B(. A Sew Orloooe K.B. Traias leave Milaa u follow, on and after Jaly 4.130. rSf IKOKl TKAlNB. Xe. 1, sorts, leave, at :4rt am o. S. " 11:4" am 2, eoath. " yrlOain 0. 4. " " - 2:4.Spm Tim about fifteen minute flower than town tine. J- X. tiAUNEK.. Agent, Milan. J. G. MANU. Eup't, Jackson. Tenn. B. K. CART. (i. I', i ! A..XewOrleaB. 1. B. MOREY.Q. T. A.. New Urlens. LoolavIIle A Koob ville B. K. Train Inn Uilaa a follow, and after J ana 27. lsoO. rAMHCia tbaiib. No. 1. loath. leaves aL... S:3nam Bo. J. " o.S. " JSo. t. aorta. " Ko.4. " e.6. - CP. ATMORK. en. P. AT. 12:55 pm (U Uaoiboldt) !t:u5 am 12:15 pm .. :03 am (AccoramodAt'n) 5:50 pm A.W.LOVIXO. Agent. 0. F.CAKTWELL. Local Ticket Ac t. AXXO UXCEMBXTJS. To . didate. The following are oar priest for annoaacinf oeaeldates (or offioe cash ii Dvaci. For Congress. 92 Vwr tha Legi latore, 10 " or County Office. 00 For Coajrm, SIMONTS, We are aothorixed to an noanoc tfiC...

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. — 14 October 1880

Baron Turned Bur&lar.-A. Singu lar Story. Seldom is there found, eren in ro mance, as fit range a history -as that of a man who died two weeks ago on a peni tentiary pallet. For years living among the worst characters who in fested the metropolis, aud steeped in crime as deeply as any of them, it was nly when the grave was closed upon him that his true identity came to light, and in a Blaekwcll's Island convict was found to have sinned and suffered a Belgian nobleman. The burglar, Harry Howard, whose death was recently an nounced, had by thai name been known to his criminal associates, but it was after he had been buried that the woman who had shared part of his changeful : fortune in life revealed his M-crct. and her story being put into the hands of Ibe police to be sifted, the following strange history came to light : Fifteen , years ago. at the age of lliirtv-tliioe, the Baron Herman de IleilVenberg .left home in Brussels, Bel "iiiin, an$ with a wcll-tilled pocket Txiok anJ ...

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. — 14 October 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. A'H-"inmu:i:c:i!ion lor 'I''" I:t-r :iiuld he oo-iiiiiiiiiift ly thp n:iino t t . aii'linr. not nni-.:trilv f'r pililicti'n, lut u - i-l-ri'-r- of ITO'mI i,tli"on the iHrt ol tiir writer. W-i- inlvtiiiu .i-iMf the- p:iM-r. Ill pm-tlr-ulai-iy ran-ful In L'i ina ii-.imh-s un I dat. , to liat e iul l'ti'r- or liir-ni-f p nin Hii'l li.:.iwt. riiilantliropic Gift of Iiiih Men. I had occasion the other day to lind out something about certain rich men, and so I .went to the Conrcsional Library. I wanted to tind out how much these men had given away in benefac tions. I looked upSu'jihen (iirard first. I found that, according to Farton, ' al though he could sometimes act the t of a benefactor to a community, it i.s saiil he never had a friend, lie died without issue in 1S31. leaving property valued at about .UdMniO and directed that !l',MOi).000 should be applied to found a college for orphan boys, which was commenced in 13 and opened in 158." So Girard did not seem to hav...

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. — 14 October 1880

-n:? - r 1 tzt T . MILAN EXCRlNGE ! G- Dv JYLE' BANKING HOUSE Louisville s "v. THURSDAY. OCTTl 14, !'). ALSO TEALKK IN V-3 r.i-oud St, Xeav Jlat l.-rt, Xasti riUc, Ttitne.scc. M Hinds of Saws, S3 . J. . O G X-fl -2- JLfcJ rCiD r j iu Outrage. nAP-XE: li-r;,. I' ip-Nj-rss ri;.':MPTl.T P.KVAf KTl. 'l't., l".ii. H..ttp", "iM-m. s.iii.e i:Uckeu. I.aot Uo.'ts, i,ucklc. iared, (.irthi, Uaiwr. Ajrain the Herald is cailI en to I -Ho. 4, Jackson Street, w FT -jr- -rr-. ny, tt.- p 3 Ti7T'7'' .k.-u. tfwettt I,::ii.k.i. x: U v-. t ! :hi:i. ..f nil kin-i J'.ffli. Uaii. fit., nor9th. Lou!vi;e. Ky. i . , . i i... ESTABLISHED 1836. t J. WALToN. Proprietor. iwr'i :uiii'-i ujLittg- tJi:i;uiikL"j uv j SniUO f tlie aCC)iarlL-lieJ (?) horse- Jao. Ii. Million and Z.T. Colyer. with Uo!:. r Varl. --w:tjor from Skull L'.jne. Again j SIEBEU, SCHWAB CO.. OrKCIAL ATTENTION iIVKN To Cnl.LKCTIuN.S N ALL Pol ST.? IN TENNE;VEE, j. D and prompt rettirt.f made, at reasonable tnte. I'eposits received suhje.ct to chec...

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. — 21 October 1880

9 i inn i. .in. i ii .11.1 in. iiiiiii mini ' ii .imi rnirii-rr -i II i III 1 I I' II II I II I I I I II I I I I il Hi li I 1i.wii'witMmmMiMi MILAN EXCHANGE JT3 AND WADE BBOOK1, Edltwra mm Prprl-trw. 8riCKirTI! BATH. Two (foliar a year; one dollar for six nv.m!tii; fly anli for thre months, istakiilt m j.d ?. Entered at tb. post offise at Milan, Tens., u eoond oUm matter. ORGANS. JESSE FRENCH, VOLUME VII. MILAN, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 21, 1880. NUMBER 84. MILAN 4 XTO-TT BEST A2TD CHEAPEST. PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS GEUHBWALD, 14: to 22 Barcnno St, New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOST 1'OrULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN THE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED STEJNWAY, KNABE, WEBER., 'FISCHER, PLEYEL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED OfiGANS OF CLOUGli & WARKEN AND PELOUBET & CO. ECT lnixrttiD of all kind- of Mn.i-al FINE JEWELRY! o QUICK SALES A2J3 SHJUL PE0HT8. o T YTnW rwectfotty est! the attse.tio ef ay patrols aa j the public to ay larjfl now stock of ecca ap Qm, Coral, Bla...

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. — 21 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE BROOKS, tidlteri a4 Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS 1 1ST BRIEF. Up to the 12th, 28 deaths had result ed from the Pittsburgh railroad collision. Hon. Thomas Dcval, U. S. District Jude for the Western District of Texas, is dead. It is reported from Valparaiso that Qiili and Peru have accepted the offer of mediation by the United States. TnE Pone has summoned the Irish Bishops to Home, in view of the state of at tairs in Ireland. Thk National Board of Health sus tains the recent report of Inspector Sterling concern inj; cases of yellow fever on the Low er Minsisfii'pi. The Republican National Executive Committee it is announced have decided to direct their efforts to carrying Florida, North Carolina and Virginia. The Secretary of the Interior has de cked that no claim will be recognized by any miner or settler to any mineral or other land upon the Ute reservation based upon set tlement or occupation previous to the formal epening of tha...

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. — 21 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE BKOOKS, Editor! aW Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. A. BALLADIXE. rThe wa the prettiest (rirl, I ween. That mortal rvei ha I ever seen; Her name i Analx'l Christine, Iter banm were cnrl-l with handollnn. Her eheek Were am Mithe.l Witll VHSeini Iti-rteeili were lruhi "vi!h line dentine. Her luce tiu wab-l in outline, ller irluvo were eleane 1 with iratioline, hhe wure dro-'s of irie line. Ixix-1 oieras'Kirt of lirilliuntine. Her i'ttie.mt wh. lHiuit;tziiir H-r f.i'rf whs i-u 1 witll a kid but lino. Her wound-) were henleil with :tuoline. rhe iiwuy f n-m Musi-atine In ship they railed a lirijr.-uitme, he tli ti ll ii h tkJ' niiirino Till thev r.-ached tii' Hepuhlio Anrentlne, Vh-ie they were marrii-l l.y the l)can, And liied on oleoma marine. St i timer t Jirlc-arUrac MARKiri) CHILDREN A BRIEF BUT EVLXTIUL HONEYMOON. 0:i last ra:sJ:iy tin) following mar t. notice was published iu the Public Ledger: A1ATLACK CROX At the rarson aqre, Atiirnst 4, lx0, by the Ki-v. W...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 October 1880

i - 0m;j iw P.'.'f JrZriv THURSDAY, OCTK 21, 1880. rM of the ticket hy tr-s. His nomination was clearly a mi-t:tke, but there U uo sii-lake al-out Indiana being a Dmo- .... i cratic ?tafo. Illinois ami l enngyiva , cratic Plato. Illinois anu lenittjun TlornnnratlCl Tickfit. Iniaaro no doubtful as to rmtke th I l'cDuh!tci(ii qusks with tear while For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of lVnnyIvniiia. For Vi.-e President, W. H. ENGLISH. if linliana. For Governor, JOHN V. WRIGHT. For Congress, CIIAB. Ii. SIM0NTON F-r Repi'iisriitalire, JAMES M. COULTER. For Senator, 8. F. RANKIN. For Floater, R. P. COLE. the Democracy- in toth states have pur forward the best men and aro san guine of victory. Look at the politi cal s'.Hto vou wiil and the odds are Lirct-ly in tavor of a change iu the ad ministration. If Democrats stand their ground and do their duty, our success is bs cert iin as that - the light of day will dawn upon the second of November. Harper & Stancill, Proprietors PALACE SALOON, Fr...

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. — 21 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE TUUK.SU A. Y. OCTU 21, 1880. KAILKOAD TIBB TAJtl.EH. CWrc.t. -'" N,w 0rl'"BB Trains leare Milan m fvllows en and after lull 4. 1J. riffilKII Tlllli. t.. i. t. ir- zr :. S fciaoath " ZZZ - am No 4 " " Z7Z-Z". 2:45 pn Time aboat ffVn wViti'otes slower Un town time, i-X. UAKNKK-. ccnt. Milan. J. . MS5,Cip't, Jaekaon.Tenn. K. E.CARY.I. CAT-A.. Ne Orleans, li. B. MoKKY.U. T. A..teOrleaa. LalaUI A IksMifci 111" - Trains lTe Milan a follow va and after Ko. 1. aoith, learea at 8:30 am pm No. tto Humboldt).- :ram .. 12:lAm i:'U am ( Aecaminodat'n) b:l pm A. W. LOVING. Arent. O. F.CAMTWELL, Local Ticket Aa't. JSo. t, so-th. o. 4. Ke.6. , P. ATMORK. Gen. 1'. AT. Axyo uycExizyTs. Tm a.'Mldal. The foliowinr ara oar prioet for annonneinsT eaiidatastoromoe caaa im svt.p... For Cous-toss. Fr tba LctritlaUire, ' or County Ofteoe. 110 00 lit Oil 6 00 ,rrwB. are eothoriaed to an- announce thi Hon. Cbas.B. Bimonton a can didateforre ef rtion to Conaress la tkii dis trict, at the fc'OTein...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 October 1880

W S if!sJ FOR JiOTIIIXG. "I f h i not b able to hire you after this w . George," said a pale, delicate-loo ii j woman to a boy aUnit four teen e..r old- who had been in the hab it cf get lirtj her wood and water for her. i Mid I cannot spare the money and I shall hare to try and do the work myselt.'' 'She said this in a very sad tone of oiee; al that almost any one would have u. t iced it. But George Burch did not notice it. or the sad look n her face when sli stid it. The only thought in his m ti 1 was that he should lose the twcnty-iivo cents a week he had been eaii ing. i V. iiv ? D.m't I 'iit! I work as cheap as :vi i.i.Iy, I guess." , x-m", you don't ak any too much and j t.u do your work well. Hut the ren-M.n is only that I cannot spare the money, a; snisill as tlie sum ii. I hope v..i can iind (something else to do to lake the place of this, I am sure. I wh I could keep you, for I am afraid drawing the water is going to be al most too much for me. Here is your money, ie. rc.c...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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