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

Gas Fuels. There can be no question that the beat fuel for heating. cookiu g or mak ing steam is a pas. Only the nigh price of common gas prevents it from being the universal fuel. A gas flame is clean? free from smoke, gives its full power instantly and may be cut oil the mo ment the required work is done. It is equally available in the range, furnace and locomotive or marine boiler. To reduce the cost of making gas has been more or less successful; and it has been demonstrated that a good heating gas can be supplied to the householder at very low rates.- All of the later proc esses for making gas fuel depend on the production ot hydrogen from water and ia a new process recently brought out, naptha and water alone are used to produce what is called an " oxyhy-dro-carbon heat,'' or flame. It is prac tically "a non-luminous gas of great heat ing power, made in a self-contained ap paratus that is at once retort and burner. From an examination of the apparatus, it may be described as a...

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. — 11 November 1880

THE GREAT RHEUMATISM, Heuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, r Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, TootS, Ear and Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. Ko Preraratioa ob mrth equal St. Jawis Oil J efr, rurr, mtn.pt ud rKmap Iit.rnal mmij. A trial .nuuls but Ui. eoeipratlTly trifling outlay of 60 fnll, and trmy on. .littering with (win cm ban cheap and positive proof of lu elaliaa. Iilractiotu la Hares Leafraagie. BOLD BT ALL DEUOGIBTS ATS EEALEE8 IN MEDICIKE. A. VOGELER fc CO., Jfaitimore, HL, V. 8. A. WOMAN'S TRIUMPH! EES. LTDI1 E. mim, OF LYKH. KASS, - " ! " '$t SISOOVZBIB Of LYDEA E. PINKHARi'S VEGETABLE COKPOUCT). fWall .. pKfaiftd Cnai1alBta mm WmItmmm ft3minn tNrtMtfeMaU fMi..tioau It will cure entirely th won form of Female Com laintn, all cY-irian troubl, Inflammatioa and Ulctnv tton, Fallinpr and IhaplacwDMOU, and tb onarqoenl Spinal Weakneav, and la particularly adapted...

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. — 11 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE I MOBILE STOOIC 7AED. THE IMVliiliB Fii-Uii! t f a, J Z iA J - i-, i A 1 IU WL X. 1. J H THURSDAY, NOVIl 11, 1S0. The DrcsJon Democrat oners its rooster far talc. Courier Journal: The leading repu diating states of the Union, Minneso ta and Massachusetts, gave very large Republican majorities. The I'ppub lican party is the repudiating party of the Union. They began by repudiat ing solemn government obligations in 18C2. The official returns give the Demo crats and Republicans 37 votes each in the House and 1 Greenbacker. Iu the Senate the vote will Le Democrats 15 and Republicans 10. Winston, of Shelby, contests McKcnna's claim to t seat It will thus be seen that Horace Maynard will not be wanted in the U. S. Senate from this State. A manly and patriotic letter from Judge Jno. V. Wright, addressed to Johu W. Childress, chairman demo cratic executive committee, closes with the following appeal to the par ty of the state: "Our defeat should inspire in us an honest eilort...

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. — 11 November 1880

! ' 1 THURSDAY. NOV'R 11, I8i'0. BAII.H4AD tlWE TABU. iifABra.l(. lI4r Orleans ft.K. Trains le-we Milaa fallows on end after July 4, i.vi. rgf:(.icB teaisl J"a. 1. north, leaves t C:tn sm o. !, " ' :!:4'taiu No. 2. soutb, " Wain .i. 4. " " ... 2:4.. .n Titueaijtut fifteen rnio-ju- &lor ins ;t hwn time. J - J', U A l'.. til. Ar-nt, Milan. J . J . MANN. ta't. .) down. Tenn. E. I A H V. (i. r. 1. A.VeMrlcaBS. ii. . MulitV.ti. 1. A.. New Orleans. LMlill!r4 Maoltt itlo t 4.1. N. It. B. Trin loave Milan a fr.Jlo oa and alter lone IT, Ivyi. rtuweii taii. Xo. l.suuta.lcareset..: .. .:31anj No.., " H': ,m 5. ' " U lluuilnldt)... it:U a in o. J. nuTtii, " 1S.lt pin V'o. 4, " " M III . S, (Aft' njino'lst'n) rm A. W. LOViMi. Aleut. V CP. ATXonP. 0. F. CAM WELL, wrn. l'. 1 . uo-ai irae.i .1 e 1. A'JYO UyClLUJJXTS. Ts 4 a.Udale. The following- ere oar tri'- for announcing "anniJatt!' lor ulSce Casu : 0Taiic. KoM'wiirress. Fur llie Let-irdnture, 10 01 For C ounty Ofteea. 6 Far Sayar. DAVIE. We...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE BB(K)H, Editor tad Proprietors. . 'ULAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPlH Tilt: NEWS IN BRIEF. Gen. Sherman denies the report that 'ie will ask to be put on the retired list, and secretary .Sherman says be will not remain n the new Cabinet, but will make a canvass n Ohio to succeed Garfield in the Senate. The Tammany Hall Committee have 'sued an address to the Democracy of the -wintry, charging that the result of the Presidential election was "due to fraud, in timidation, and the use of enormous sunn of money by the Kepubl leans." A Beklin dispatch erf the 4th says, 'n accordance with the new Socialist law, :lghty citizens of Hamburg have been Jected from that city; also twenty families from Altona. Many families have received notice to quit different towns In Schleswig Holstein. The new Oklahoma invasion it is said will be participated In by about 6,000 persons. They expect to be able to stake off their claims'before they are interrupted, and then if thev are drive...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE :.yiDC a'sBOOKS, Edltars u4 rroprLtors. MILAN, TENNESSEE. MIZrAH. "Th; Lord watob tet wt-cji me and thee when we are l)W?iit one lnm another." Abroad irold lnd ensmiven With word cif Holy Wit A tinij, the bond HtiJ token V ni;h love and prayrr hath lit, When alent Iroin each otnor O'er mountain, valf awl (M-3, " " The Lord, who tru anted Israel, Kot-p watch 'tween mc sal thee, Throuirh dars of liirht and p-tadness. Through A iy of love and life. Tbmujrh tttnili", and Joys, and nnbme, Tbmuirb days with beauty rife; When !enl from wub other. O'er mountain, vale and sea. The Lord of love and irludnesa Keep watch 'tween me and thee. Throug-h days of doubt and darkness. In tear and trembling breath: Throuirh mists of nln and sorrow In tears, and grief, and death The Lord of life and frlory. The Kinir of earth and sea, The Lord, who jruarded Israel, Keep watch 'tween me and thee. The Argosy. FAT PORK. All preat minds have theireccentrici ties tlit-ir affinities of taste the...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 November 1880

' a -gajt : -ayuM G. D. mAYLE, rrir!itur ' Louisville Sav! Works ALS T'KALKT! I All Kinds of Saws, iX Vi'. MaIh it., iitrPlb, L.u"i Tille. Ky.. f' r ar ai 1 v a, la h . a. a. iai .. MILAN EXCElII GE 3 . THB Wholesale Manuf.W'lurcTs of i j.J L1OOO1 TnCIKDAY, NOY'K 11, 1SW. 58 Broad St, Xear Markst. Xaslirilfr, 7t'Huee. 7" TTARNEPS PROMPTLY REPAIRED. NYhips. u. K.i-kiu s. V;.l,in. Miu Elttiikct-. K-e r.p!. llaekle. Thrrad. Girth, Hlr, ,,- .,. a,, TYi-eio la a mTtaretmi of tVit iTMe of Iron. Prnrrlin Bar nd the Phoa , 2Si tS. vJr.t.l.ra.n-vIr,. Endorsed hy tin- Medical Predion and -om- Aaron Burr's Grandmother. 11 Horae Vlnnket. Sw.Mt KtankeK. in. !lur t"i. thin i f r.!l kintlf. .. .... p-.iniitl. aiaaaU-rei,- rraaaw w etrt ua Jonathan lvlwanis, mvs a writer , V'lil. nauTca every purpose ur a tjkic u JOSEPH MrTCtlEI.L's, linilur Var i. ESTABLISHED IOCS. C- J. WALTt,:, Pronriotoa. in Uarper's Mapuine. was a man of; tjMs!Jitc:ed 6f THE SR. BARTER UEDS.'.SE CO., K3. 213 M Ha!a Street, St....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 November 1880

7,TTT t. ?T T-VriT7 A "r71 m A r !. LI axf rr( .;ri. k; .',.i r.ii'riii:. I j i-.iH" vjr; one .i::i!ar 1 ,r ..x i.,rib". My fnt f -T Ifcr intuitu s. ixtauiaklv t v- CiVf . iintcrcd at tho p""t cfirrt nt ''.Wat., Ttns.. tf j tffinJ dus, u.;itl';r. i JESSE FH2IJH, VOLUME VII. :,IILAN, TEXXESSEE, NOVEMBER 13, 1880. NUMBER 38. X - v J T" "T Q -v-ttv T ;C1 A TTQ JL JL-i'XN V'0 ili'Ui VAbV2ULXN O OFFKUKI) V.Y i ' if Cu" I TIIE LARGEST AND hlOh'T IMfl'hMl y.V--li) lUtt'i: IN J I- soi'Tii. (;i:xi-:f;L muiscy roi; 'iwv. i:i-,LL.::.i:Ai':D Ki'KINVr'A Y K-NA3J'i, VEr-:.!. ri- 'SI "Ai. VlllVEL (PARIS') VI Xo, AN1 TilK rN.-URi'A-'-EI) ' OHGAKS P ClH'Gn WARliEN . , AND.PELOl'l-.ET u CO. Dliii;rT I mi" ihl U li til l .! mi" ri at ion in" fi!l k :-t'l-i uf i; Vmiit'r.- a: very io-v si 1 r "1 WnuU repecUalye:l tt cnusn of my JL rita m1 NVjJ Gun. Cra1, R!ok 0:tx and (io! i Watclu-s, ('ftrifj i;nd Ari'',!y liad-'-f-s. Solid Silver f!! her t l -J. t - t i - ia' - Al 1 rimt nisny nlhiTBr!i.'!i' ivnnllT ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE 'B BOOKS, tdlion aid Proprietor!. MILAN. - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPF THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Thi Secretary of the Treasury has irlven official notice that U. S. 6-per-cent. bond Icsued in ltl will be paid on Dec. 81, 1880, and tbat interest on said bonds will cease at tbat date. Tub Memphis Cotton Exchange's crop report lor October shows generally un favorable weather, owing to excessive rains; picking progressing favorably; yield some what lcs than last year. Gladstone, in his recent speech at the Lord Mayor's banquet, referred to ille gitimate Influences at work in Ireland, and aid the maintenance of order is to be con Idered before the improvement of law. Fkotests have been made in several counties of "Sew York State against the counting of Republican ballots voted at the late election, en the ground that said ballots are printed in such a manner as to be illegal, The completion of the Northern Ta ctile Ilailroad to the Montana line, 145 miles west of Bismarck, was...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE A BBOOS, Ul'on Ami Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE X LAMES T FOB SU.VMER. Wej. M itbor Nature, weep; Summer i doaAj. Bee! tbre he linn In br i-hroud of flowers, Jjrixii:iir hi-r fcun-rrowmxl head; W lilie Ibe Pant Hours Kneel, all weepiiiK round ber Bowery bed. Blow (rontlr. Autumn Winds; .iKO soft Knd low; Bummer only knew Zcpbvr'a balmy breath; lint bc that loved bim so Now liin in il'Hth. Sing ye her diro but nag it soft and low. Mourn, O ye Dryads' mourn 1 Your wood are bare. The gTnrious hummer with her sunny light No more will iinm-r there. Her spirit briirbt Has spread her wings and vanished Into air. Soft full, ye Autumn Rains! hummer ba tied; Fall gently on ber fair and fnyrrant face. As tear from heaven sbed. IakH is ber jrraee; Then weeping, full on the beloved Dead. Cliambert' JuurnaL FOOD IX A FROG. The sun had risen when Gila awoke. She lived at the top of a tall old house with her jjrandmother, and both were poor. Wlien she had put on her thin co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 November 1880

'4j ei 3 0 gr1 iin yi2r:i:-.Y, novr i8, is. ' .NV-;r' 'i.m rnalo the south grtx. a .J i'-r-iii tfi-3 for iVm poop'.; to du-T-b ;' h'-r '-vu'.th hi resources. He yt jo vi- ' - lo revem-s in fortuii", cr.d mk . .-2oit to rally is a miserable cravc-i h "i s drone iu the Live of bu iuacV.y. It ia the maa of iron nerve ii!i s(-.;,'.oro p!ick cannot Lo ke;-t iyvr gni v.ho wiu9 ia the tat-ti.- of ..;. Tbs e't-rucriia cf uation.il hu ( -nd prosperity are ban upon ike fs-u principles as are those of the 1 ;.!. Franc" astonished the ! J ' l:err?c3Pr'r9tiTetner1rica&ftr fi.T-v lLco a cyclone, had swept 'uw h.r territory, laying aste htr fie) i-, 'li-stroying Ler commerce, and e:n;:--i .j her treasury. H'A this so- i t-pie Lldcd their bauds in idle i.r :.:.d ppe.it their time in tilJy ra ., the enormous debt levied i roil thira would never have hc-en )iqi";.i .tei. Thjre is a lesson of t i i'-m in ike example of France that tho.'.d be thoroughly lesrued Ly the k;.('t. Wa ck not complain at ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 November 1880

! i !. 'Ml HI pW L'Xl IfflLAK exchange THCr-Vl. ,7l ! - . . . w- " -v 1 mm i ft . .. r -.A -ii ' Ctltrr-,r;t.I.ts -.? K.R. Tr,it(H feiUwr cS r.Li .en : fr. Cuu.rbjrharr. has jjt r-ceir-1 j, 4. m .it vo fa!.bWbd Dsrbura cws, for ! ,.l..nk.utvtt f1;;u 150 e-h O j- c'l "I s " ' ,..i j .,j i-ii e- ... um.c. rbfOAM. lWVI CE. m WW - t -w mm. . j. o. Ht.,t.J:M.T.- . .jM.A;; ,...tj .um:i..'. t.-i.K. .. . ' Jan r, l,ii'k,leT it N. . M " . S. " " (to it.-:-..- ' 4. 1 fTl ! f. in A.- S. '.-A .-.Pf-t. Orn. . .t I. !. ' :--v-' ' Vr('.inrrr.. - ' i" ' ' 1 or toui:'x ue. 6 u. nAVy.-Vl'urt ri' to -r. I. Hi'ji c j.r. : i. .-i Jiii3r ti tr.e TT A I.E. Vt'eri K" t to tin ir:-. J I H i!lcu ih- of Majorat tit --- o.t-..; ei tif. rir ft t v -f ! J . T I'PK.-Ttif in!1 ? J f nitJ. carmAKit ctrv :"R'.fwaT. COCKTT Oi-; i;.aS. B. Bt. Chjruia :.tv CsrW 4. U. Aroo'J. Sk'-ii.i. R. K. H;at. rii:..vvi- C - rcr t,,5. T.J. Xir.iM. Ci .-o tTeriMJt. !. H.iore. Ors.it CV.i. T-e-.ir.a. M- H. Jk'jb(i. L5 C--dV,acfJct. J....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 November 1880

Josqnia Xiller In Wall Streetl Toet as a Speculator. Last spring I leoeived a letter from the editor of the chief London magazine s.-kiii" me to writ him an article to be entitled " A Week in Wall Street." 1 knew nothing whatever of Wall Street then. I resolved, ' however, to oblige my friend. 1 went into Wall Strcctat once to pet the desired in formation and experience. This was fix mouth ago. I have just g't back. I have not yet written a line of that article. But I have material enough to write a book bigger than Macaulay's4 History of England." I know all I want to know aoout Wall Stree t. And. if you will pardon the di gression, I may add that I am getting bald-headed. Finding butlittle interest in this great niiieUtrom of exeitmcnt without taking part, L under the advice of my broker, bought a little Wabash. I bought Wa bash because it was the first stock on the list which I could distinguish from the niass-of two hundred names. And I came to remember it because I had been bor...

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. — 18 November 1880

r TUB GREAT GERMAN REMEDY 'u .:iiihiHi:i'iHlnll tor EHEUMTISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, - LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, GOUT. SORENESS or tc CHEST, S SORETHRQAT, , QUINSY, SWELLINGS SPEAIXS, FROSTED FEET UP EARS, An BOARDS, Gensral Bclilr Pains. TOOTH, EAR Jt HEADACHE, A ALL OTHER FAINS ACHES. !!;.. aXitftwrswi --:.. No Pnniium o sartb oouals r Jacob Oil Hiun the. stm-i.E swl cnssr Kiternal Remedy. A trial estaiis bat the eirmr.tiely trifling outlay of SliCairra. and a.ery .ufl.rin- with patac. hart cheap and positive proof of tla elaiiua. emUTIOIiS II ElATIS LASUCKiDL SOLI IT All IIUQOISTS AM KAlHtS II MEDICINE. A. VOGELER & CO. Baltimore, ltd V. 8. A. EEL LIS1& L PINtEAM, CF LTKH, KASS, I. :' iv -jjw V-.3 v.-' 7 , DISCOTIRJB 01 LYDIA E. PINKHAF.V3 VTSETAELE COMPOUND. Th Poa!ttr. Cttt for ell tlMM PalmfWl CmIrJbU aml Weal mcammm fmmr btt fern. ycyvimttoaw It will cnre entlnlj th wort, form of Female Com plainta, nil OTwntvn trn-ablea, InfUmmatioa and tlrr ra ti on, Kalllnjr and Pi-rJwseme...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 November 1880

,,,., ,p i. I irr ill. I '"1J. ''' 1 '- '"i-"'-'-'" G. D. MAYLE, MILAN EXCHANGE - -rinjinAY, nove is, iw. Loiiisvillo tiaW Works 1 LLroSI521S ITJT.n-jt'.r " ' ' : . J- ! "- "'-1- . t"fJ "!. IiueUon, ThreaJ, tlirthj', La!tor5, 777. - 'Cnv1 1. . of I'rc.tT).J rT iron, l nrw i-ars t.vi . . lit: re i!.::;k:-. -ia .a.-:-, .v.-. h-re i ' 1:1V. V..ii .-"t.. i.Ci.rOi'3. l.uN-. i'.te. Ky. Arowican iiidiMtrwe is Mich t'1' 4 ; i';;r "iu r k thii- for workingmcn, how comes it j tj THE C3. ilAHTQ KSSZEE CO., fi3. 213 fcrS Kill Sirsst, St. iGIS. ..,- oil in 11 th r rotated il- I M imr w.!Piji.''." f--' -"T TT"""" T T! C- J. W A' T..X. L...U - lr.r.i. iustr!t-s pay no hig-hrr than un- .1 -;f 1 V 1 -? I i i' 1 oil. L t -rutwteJ industries 7 Ami if prm.-c- , AM) t!on i? necessary to the cnntkiiance of Mich American industries how does it happen that they trc able t comrx-te in the markets of the world in Af v ; Sir'.w. :,. n-t. . K. it t-iip OOi L ; ii ? L-J v. -.j jH'l..!:-:ii r i-'.-ir :.M-r -.-1 ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE i WIDE BItOOUf. Editors nil Proprietor. RrBfK'aiPTION BATEK. Two dollar a rear; one dollar for six month; fty cants for threa months. iitakublt s ad- VaKCE. - Entered at the pott office at Milan. Term., ai eend class matter. BEST AND PIANOS- and OBGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS GEUNEWALD, . ."' 14 to 22 Baro ne St., New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOST FOFULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN lHE . SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED 8TEINWAY, KNAEE, WEBER, FISCHER, PLEYEL ' (PARIS) FIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH & WARREN AND TELOUBET & CO. : , DIRECT Importation of ai! kinda of Musical Merchandise, which I offer to Country buyers. Lands and Amateurs at very lowest prices. 'irr"sp-ii'l.n -e solicited. Address, LOITIS GKUNEWALJi. (irnnewald Uail. S. 0. - FINE JEWELRY.!' ' o QUICKS A LES ATv7D SHALL PROFITS. TT Would TDctflIycill ftttentien ot my patrons anJ the public to my larje new etocV of FITCH Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Wat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WABK BUOOKS, Editors Proerletora. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THfcl NEWS IN BRIEF. Jat Cocld has purchased the Denver and South Park Railroad, paying tberefor bout f200,000. Serious differences are reported to exist in the British Cabinet regarding the treatment of the Iribh land-labor question. It ii aaid that Messrs. Bright and Chamber lain have pronounced absolutely against any coercive measure. United States Marshal Whak TOX says the Republicans will contest the eats of Democrats returned to Congress from the Fourth and Fifth District of Lou isiana, and perhaps likewise those of the First and Second Districts. The National Grange Patrons of Husbandry assembled in Washington, D. C, on the 17th. The attendance is said to he larger than ever before, thirty States being represented. The reports of officers show the Grange organization increasing. Col. Thomas A. Scott and a party of prominent railway officials have been making a tour of inspection over the Te...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE Bu(Ma. tH on tut Proprietors. MILAN, - - TEXXKSSEB . ' JKAZiE'S ASSWER. 0-h. Katie's a rnjnie. It t tbrun. But tar ere, like the sky, are to blue. An' neriiuiules ao s wate. An' tier anklet so nate. bie daxed, aa' ube bothered me, too Till one momin' we went for a ride, Wain, demure a a bride, by my side, Tbe dsrlint, she wit, Wid the wickedeM bat 'Neath puny girl's cnin Iver tied. An' my heart arrah. thin how It batel For my Kale looked ao temptln' an' swate, Wid cheeks like tbe roses. An' all the red posies That grow in her garden so nate. Hot T sat ut aa mute as the dead. Till sbe caid, wid a tons of her bead, " If I'd known that to-day Ye d have notbinv to say, I'd lave gone wid my cousin, instead." Thin ! felt myself grow very bowld. For I knew nhe'd not scold if I towld T'r the love in my heart. That would never depart, Tboufrb I lived to be wrinkled and old. An' I said: " If I dured to do so, I'd lit a- uV tbe'baste. an' I d throw B itb arms round your wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE 'THURSDAY, NOVU-25, 1880. Howard Diggs k i .- It is a principle of political econo my that with power cornea rejxnri li!ity. Now, ein'etlie nucabery of ( the government is ia lL possession of r the Republican party, and a healthy ! uinofity to watch it, every act and all legislation carried out by the ad nr.iDKtration, mtiat undergo a search ing criticism and he pronounced good oreviL In a republican government, ' it U the duty of every good citizen to eit in jndgmcnt upon the recrd of public servants and hold them to a strict account for their stewardship. A minority is in a mnch more eima b!e position thantbe nmjoritr, for re ' epouaibility fastens upon the latter while the former escHpes, If we had politicians who understood how to vote "Ho," our law making would be con ducted with more wisdom and with less expense to the people. It ia in the power of the republican party to give as a brilliant and successful ad rniuietratioa, but if partisan prejudice and sectiona...

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. — 25 November 1880

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