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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 May 1881

EXCHANGE I ELL, W. E. Tl'RXER, Ti n4 Publisher?. AY, MAY, V ISSL A ; jh aui wn, while trying t w .-.r.?a effjets in ft burning ' ia New ProvMcaee, La., r burned to death lat Mon- Tha sales at the Cotton Ei- r sr za. ia New Orleans lat Man "ir.were SttO bales, 4,000 In p's cf the Bales reported Vj Ue ;'(r York Exchange. fha trial of Hayes Whit's the -ain of Sheriff Deatti?, csw.e off "Virion, Ark., last Moday, re-3-i in the jury returrtirjr a vcr t of guilty of Murder in the " t decree. The low-tax obstructionists f.led ill last W'edf.pflday to enjoin jtatc board from' funding the A dbt, at 100-3, as provided "Jiw enacted at the recent the Iycgishiture. hundred and twenty-seven 'of cotton in transit from St. conlvincnt in New Orleans , ht fireahd was burned except ! in bales. Loss 8.000 dollars. At tho close of last year there lOCYi iron and steel manu- vturinT putablishments in the r j I' nited States with an invested ipitalof 1 280,971 ,884, In 1S70 7 there were but 80S, with a cap...

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. — 7 May 1881

r- T I: A" V r V; t MILAN EXCHANGE sattkimy. may, T, ism. LLILEOAD .TIinVTAEIX. Tr .It..- ! sv( Miliui - fuUo won ao.i !it.r Nov. l-o. ? A o. I V . m 7 R A f .. 2. north. ! v" t-. Wua. n. " " ..." l2rfVif. fi!i. ShiiIi " J:.Via.m. N. i, " " 4:00 p.m. Time ataut J. -.iiifuti j-JrTba.n vity tiu.e. J. T. jitfNiR. Apnt, MilaX Tcmi. j. G. r.is.., Jackon. Tenn. Louiirvlt 4 T w'fltiiia, C . Tiftiin l.ivow Milan mtfuJ.V.w on und M'c rJan. fl, Jsl. N.j. north lcvp.at p.m. V. 1. " 2:55 a.m. No. J, uth ;va: 12:4-.in. No. V - " 1:10 p.ni. N- .", aAcuniinMatioti........ 9:00 .Ii. A. V. I.vino, Ajri-nt, Milan, Tenn. . r. atmore, . r. & t. a. lui-villc, Ky. (). F. rant well, t-ul Ticket Agent. CITY OFFICER?. !'.. H. I tale, Mayor. Jito. 1). l.u-k, 'ity Marshal. U. F. HaiiH.Ci-o. W. Martin W. II. Cii.y, tUv. II:A-ih, K. N. Ktmicaul V. J. Ilmiitc, AMcitm-n. CHriilllKK. J'.uptist Church street, J. L. Lloyd Pj.tor. Prcut'hliiR every Hunday fnornlnjr aud evening. Prayer meet i:ip i Wwlnwlay evening...

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 May 1881

i- ( - I1 i5- t v I -ant&N EXCHANGE TIim:EF!.IlE!tS. TbrM f .',., f.it etr..llinr a-r ri 'be !o.hiiittf tTfMik har f fi- K4.tiitt. pf IVHwuti-. l!,eTll did drum. -And h f,lt rrrtjui ry"l biu for hibi'. mn oilllramn Iroat morninr till ni.-hl. "-' !m;i( t (tf their rrwning. Th T'r ' hr r1ln'l2ntA the market 1 two livur. alter the fuu nt Aftl i,,,, f jjonjn . !tn ae nit'i fa.. i t m rMfir kkl rbr rli did fr.li. ! may fi-W. but m. art no Lite, i Vi4 iirJ u4ri, aw UwiWU . . , j AM ,nt Uir nrnlj fc. tr.niiie. , j - ' ; - .- V) i , . . : , fi-!i r strolled int. the beer aloon. J k. ti, frd.M rouiiil ml Ihceas fcriahl. inrrry ln., . i : f . i r-.r tu mil n.i. -.. m -f ne Kill ft.ii. yc, anii mcu lie. li nicy Imr. re rrnanmjr. -"Mtulon l'ntt. II HKEXT ri'.. , Oi:r Teutonic fjicml thinks the . ; Prcalial Hou Uad a v.irm ve;tl';oine. Ti-v jmKrs have a ilil to ear ' "i'jfiut tlir !nan of caress from four ! i;rat.i . Fopj mys" lie" Is ' inon;? foubk'J alx,ut the mean- of entrance. ; i 5 i-1 ...

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 May 1881

V 7V i i X 4 I. X PIANOS AMI ..ORGANS. ' H. L. BSHEETZ, ' ' 3' USI05 STEEET, 33 :?AiEVILL. TENNESSEE. .n;t: axi welt, stock of every- ' " WINtt IX THE Ul .-ICAL LINE. V Xlegaiit Pianos, Beantifal Organs, xTlte Banjos, Gttitafs, Violins, ; Strings, etc., etc. ' Orlera re-:iri prompt attention. Sati l!",ri icattrsQicii. HARRY t. C.PHEET2, EXPOSITION e The T-k Hty" will ,UrUy don her tflioliday nir ai..l one of tne ItaJin f..a Rtnreevflhe dil will t an (irai'tii ji-lfkk erf urw and tktaiit SPRING GOODS, t.-u'irsriac the rory lutert and most t:liM SSilkHats.. Stiff Hats Soft Hats, 9 ,"VlBoys aud.iClnldrcn's Hats. II Jtinc unite Ntirts, t. i .-'imp. L nuerrmrta. Kriwera. J anry l I CM. ' . - T . . a . " V : t,'iwum, fin aud J.inen liana- ri'liu-U, Glove, tie. JESSE ELY, ' So,S Cherry it., opposite Maxwell IIou,tl A'ASIIVIIJLE, TCXX. 01 tt lam U et . "TV n ... n,rftv9 i: . . . j . . ' PRESERVE YOUR SOFtrRHLEB EXCU5E FOR GRAY'HMR with Unm who prefer it kcin the furmr eolur t'F. wr.Qreehtia...

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 May 1881

r f.. W : i. V- 4 - ' i i ! 5 . - t. I . ' H 'IflLAN EXCHANGE VV. E. Turner. J. G. Hall. Edit and Pul.lWscr!'. Saturday, may, n, ivi. In vering my connection with tin Momtoiu I experience a f-el- i'tt"- of sadness scarcely to iiave lcn exjected. Short as has been .iy &juru in your jnid-t, il hrti, ii'Vtith.lcsrf, been k tinged with .lcaurc that in afterlife it will .. rciiicnilered as one of the "Kuril HK.t." ol' the day that am from. V- U-lifvo and hoje that this jajfr'w ill In' a prand "iiei-css. anl Jtat its influence fvr pml will le veil nj the dcw of ivavcn lin h" fhl'i ,f llcmion. In retiring, biddlnp licn to the iC. h.w.j:, alh.'v iiie to return my mincer' thanks fr the eucourape tucnt extended to us, ami fur con tinued and increasing manifesta tions of interest, and w- trust your -iij.-ut and kind appreciation ' will In piven tu our as.M'iati and HKtCNSor, aud to them wc wislj the ajoviups of a pood 'conscience, and Ikmu'sI csti-io of their Mloiv- incn. Very resMctfully,...

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 May 1881

( J "f j I r X J ..1TT.AN EXCHAKGEi SATl.'KPAY, MAY, 1HJS1 Cli(o,'i. Loaa 4 He Orhmaa, B. E. 1Vn Uav Milan aafuHownoii and IK.U.ll Tk.UXS. N.. 1 , north, leave lit......... .V, b.ju . - " liui p. in. No. 2. Soulh( " ( U:V. .ni. - N. 4, ; . . J 4:00 p. if l. Time hUut minute t-lovn r than. "ity time. - -''" 3. T. f.ARNKII, Agent, . , . .... Milan, Tiui. J O. Mass, Kup't, ; - " Jarkii, Tenn, LouUv ilk & Haslirille, &T& Tnit'w l .ivc M Uaii as follow on and nr Jan. , 1KK1. No. 2, turt h lea V( at ... . No. 4, No. 0, atoinniMlatkn No. 1,uUi leave ni. .. N. .", aceitiiiiLitiii A.. W. Iovts'o, p.m. .. 2;.Vla.ni. .. 4:! p.m. .12:4-"ia.m. . l:Jp.m. . 9;."i a. in. Airent, . Milan, Trim. P. ATMoKK, (J. I. T. A. UMiiviUe, Ky. O. F. Caiitwell, I.oc.ii Tiek-t Agent. CINDKItS. . They are under the bridge. Milan is infested with a few logs. t v . llilli.ird -Williams' cow . died ' lat week. Mr. Aler Williams, lias u new meat wagon. Ughtniny-bups have made their , oprK'ttrtuee. ; ' ThtT...

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. — 14 May 1881

i f ; 1 1: 1 v. , aw M -VjJliUv;rh J COO. 1- !i r i'f!irc. J- a "3 here rcr a coin i-re Si:r!.'ri ciilliles are ce.iit ir , . r . I V- I):? I iroat meat firnna fa.. M ite f.'-aitire. It is prinirt r : ti, l-.'ar.iar.! -m lo wlv more oil tl.'-.r -t-uliar nie:!.!-! Vl covins . T ent t:m" any pwuiianij TI . ., -;,;. .r .V. rrPnrl, j fKl-torS arc beyonJ tcrutinj. The - fl Illation with rp-in. to them 18 not ; qin.lloll MIU1 TPara to l.icm i not . . ; in m-. U rlW Teutonic t;;e U'f ' n, I t . ,- I J-ra'Ic laii of g-KKl cotap.t. -...y,. .... ...X- .' I , : ' J : " ' ch.Vk.-u manure 4r:xpt V rLrK UfT Yll r A F-'TIIIFET, 27 School St. Boston, I - r rsi.-- . fit va-t flock?. Ibey . . j i J -4 ' . J r' ' iAi J3., s, -l-,. . - Wt,t ' i f , . u wale rf.ite Fmitake . .MILLION 7 Vi5 M ' i"-, , : t ' . ' ' '', V'r7 ' e . y ' Li-h. ' Sci the nlant i.oar it. The I i'rr. , l, .i'A ! -- m,.. . lr --in .I c... ; M.n.kc l. l omeraiiiHii . . . I aLJ!ETT'a! - TV ' '-ii i I'D fpo avkkti.:km.- Uim ra; for f...

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. — 28 May 1881

7 :( 7 ANOS 1 7 i, i fs. v - 1 .1' Y i J A. -f ANO ORGANS. H.L. B. SHEETZ, S3 UNION STEEET, 33 UASSVILLE. TENNESSEE. LARGE ASD WELL STOCK OF EVERY - THIKO IX THE MUSICAL LIKE. Elegant Pianos, Beautiful Organs, Tine Banjos, Guitars. Violins, "- Strings, etc., etc Orders reeeirt prompt atteni'-vi. Eatis faeUoa. guaranteed. HARRY L. B.SIIEETZ. EXPOSITION Tv p v r;." .hoi-tle Jon he.3 holiday attire and one of the l.adiag fea-i tare, of the display will bo an atlracuqt. lekk cf 11 tw and elegant SPRING GOODS, embracing the Yery latest and most itylUhi Silk Hats, Stiff Hats .Soft Hats, Boys and Children's Hats. Fine White Shirts, I Fancy Fhiru. Undershirts. Drawer,, hancy SSmks. fcuapeu ders. r-tlk and L.inei nana Eker.tiiefsj Olovw. eta. JESSE ELY, its. Cherry ft., eppoaite Maxwell noun 3 XASIIVILLE, TEXX. Ordr, from West Tennessee promptly ttleod a to. PRESERVE YOUR 30 FURTHER EXCUSE FOR GRAY HAIR villi thoco fao prefer it b:ing the formor'color F. W. Greenhalge's (Nashville. Tenn.) do...

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. — 28 May 1881

.1 '; ISLAM EXCHANGER , . T, tT W.E.TURNER. J. Cr. HALL, FATURDAY, MAY, 28, 131. i ftroii;l v (Jen. Grant talces uies ithConklinj?.- IVoscoe CVnklin ba Wn body deft-at"d. flarfirld fctill. bolcls the fc.rt. . Wheat' harvesting : lias conv tuenced in T x;i? and it is aid the juality is bott-cijthan rt has lxtn during the ynt twelve years. J The steamer, Victoria, a lus tre bmt, with about (X0 excur sionists, funk lu-ur Ixiivlon, Out., And over ttfW lives were. lust. The yundav-t'uurier of Nash ville, died after reachiuj: its eighth number. They stopped publica tion. Lut tbev ncYerlsay " fail." Tv.odeaths occurred at Atlanta, (Ja., lat week. Eighteen physi cian's declared it scarlet fever, and fine yellow f-ver. Nearly all of the children have been withdrawn from the wliools. At Montgomery, Ala., last Wed nesday, upon the application of JaineS M. Sherry, of Marryland, tn alternative writ of mandamus was obtained from United States District Judge liruce against the Auitorof the State o...

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. — 28 May 1881

1 f 1 t 1 -4 i AI? EXCHANGE J f:. 0i; !t!oin lis llrgard to the rre!tratipu LiitT. ! Uaviiijj ratt-ired many letters of cn- ,-..,i..y 5., n-gjU-ll t) ISg'lSt IA 1 1 (J II a, !!: working i.nd forms, aud ,'(;'. rt; In p!:cc it in ik clear a light I have concluded to give !i p ijfia? riiiwcr to Iiojiic nil iu r.-j-nfcrs. VlffiiiJly to the t.iuse of . ' x' i-i ic ciicrai halth will jmb- i -.i it at ie:;-i f ulcus arcuraie , !? uv!iii;t:iiv;'cl it will nut be rtiec iivf, but it hiijlit k'. trillion to its r ;uif xMf-r.u vi!l.ii)ai it absolutely 4 ricci fifiui rtic hi fir'tining. ... ! tiic tiit lil.icc. i!ie count v court . .rjienea ". t inn a; r. ,wr lrfj4 unit m 1 1 ti I, huti v ... . i -t - - i pri-par-.l iii arrv.-iancc witji-f ."I'Pl''J.-.by ie vujKTiiitcuJLiit on -.unf t.fito iri.Visi rales, I We corontr, and -f,f county cmirt Clerks. The law. 'lwn-i't require !iyiciuii4. m uUlers r ihulwivt-s, ii ,bi supplied with blank, oil wl.idl lo'Vuake' returns. -but it i.-sti .-tppureut thaj...

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. — 28 May 1881

L. ! r v s ! I - I i r 7 P Mi J f I J V 3 .fe&gfi "EXCHANGE !TUttDAY, MAY, 28, ISSr RAILED AD TIME TAELE. CL&ro.I3t. Lonii & Kew OrleaasfTL R. Truin leaven Milan a follow on and after Nov. 7, Iaskek Trains. No. 1, north, leave ut. :4G mm. No. 3, " " 12:o." p.m. No. 2, South " ... t:.Via.m. No. 4, " " .. . 410 p.m. Time ulout 1" lmiiulc slower than City time. J. T. Gakxkk, Ajrwit, Milan, Term. J il. Mans, Hup't, Jackon, Ten n. Louisville & Nashville, E. B . Truin leave Milan a follows on and after Jail. , IS I. No. 2, north hnvw at lp.m. No. 4, " " Z:A5a.M. No. (i, accommodation ........ 4:iij p.m. No. 1, south leaves at 12:45 a.m. No. " " l':H) p.m. N. o, act'oiuiiHMlation :50 a.m. A. W. Ivixu, Air-nt, Milan, 'l iiii. V. V. Atmokk, G. V. & T. A. Louisville, Ky. O. F. Cant well, Im-u1 Ticket Agent. CITY OFFICERS. --ll. Hale, Mayor. , Juo. D. I.uk, City Marshal. ""ttfrff. . HiiUOeo. W. Martin, V. II. Coley;" il eorlt avium, K. N. Ktoiie an J W. J.House, Aldermen. C...

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. — 4 June 1881

1 v L i r 2.: k".-I-V s. ; V n and T i ii .- ov. 7, IVi .. rAvsr.xo;::; Tit ATS. 1. iK'-'h, J aw- ......... 5:4t f.tn 1U:m j).m . So;:!h 4i ' . . t:V. a.rn 1 3 1 U 1 X.!. No. ?.A.IL3AD TI1IS TAILE. Milan ? I j u i i jib No. 4, " " " l:!Y.) ;.ni '0 lilCe l.hoUt i lniiiUUS slower l'i.Ul X.'l'.y time. J. T. (i.u:rn, Ag"nf, Milan, Tenn. J ( Maxn, Snp't, Jwkwm, Tenn. Lodsvilie k Kaaaville, E. E- Trn"iii leaves Milan us follows on nnd i I.-'-. r J.ni. !i, lssi. 1, nurth leaves r.t N... A, " ' ...-7. !'. (, aceoinmodation ..... .liriS p.m. .. 2:.u.m. .. 4:23 p.m. .1:45 a.m. . 1:10 p.m. . 0:5(1 ii.in. . No, i, sou'.:i leaves at . . ;jiKiji latioi) ... 'A, AV. Loving, AfT'-nt, .Milan, Ton n Atmoki:, U. P. &T. A. C. 1 liOUlJiVilie, Ky. O. F. Carnw!l, Iwiil Ticket Agent. CITY OFFICERS. .S. II. Halo, Mayor. Jn . 1). Link, City Marshal. U. F. Iluun, (ieo. AY. MartiflV.AV. II. Coley, (Jeo. Hayncs, E. N. Stone and AV. J. House, Aldermen. CHURCHES. B ip list Church treot, J. I Lloyd I'.-.lor. P...

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. — 4 June 1881

itrit'WffiTmiiiiMiii'iiiiiiii The Llilan Exchange TURNER &. HALL, Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. JiOTES ISD OOSMEMS. Senator Jones, of Nevada says that he voted for Stanley Matthews, not lo cause he was a representative of rail road corporation, but liccausc Mat thews is a Grecnbaeker and will carry his financial ideas into the Sjprcmc Court. The New York Herald eays that "by far the strongest tc nipcrancc lec ture of the season u 1 lie statement made hy the keeier of the morgue in that city, that four-fifths of the live thousand bodies that reached the city dead house in a year are sent there by drunkenness." . . . i 2f. Y. Sun: Correspondents are notified that the sentence "This fad vent has cast a gloom over the entire community," is kept standing in this office, so that it will be unnecessary to include it in rejiorts concerning the de mise of agriculturalists who fall from the mowers or carelessly feed them selves into threshing machines. Tuk States of the Union which h...

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. — 4 June 1881

v f V 'tr- 1 r TlKEItMOTHr.ES. X i'ttl e'.iiow loans h.b vunr kce T .-Mir t i ni knee iluti Iik m notch io liesr; A rhud's dear eyes are losing lovinglv rem ui.'lini. u,ni'ti tangled hair. rrh.i( w n.I It.-.! ili- velvet tnn.li if warm moi finger holding vir no tight; T u do not iiriwr tin; blowing oicr" Much. 1 on are klui t too tired iu pray to-night. ltu ft is blcsvedntw! rear ago i ii "t . i to t-T: V re so dull nul tlim.kl-, n4 too slow Tncaieh the iinIiin- till it ltw swav. A"d now it "rai Kurimiuini' Mrug to mo llist l..le I burp the badge of iiioiticrlMayL I did not ki more oft BU,j t, ,!,., It 1 tw little i I11M thai brought me only good. I -oder n that mothers ever fret " " A litlic children i Imging t their gown, " Uiul Um" foou.nnus heu t!a dv are wet, Arc ever black ci.oni.-e to make tbem froau. I! I Could fil'd H llUle muddv boot. rc.r jrki.t.on nv cl.smUr floor. It I ruui't Lim py, reMlom f.xtt, Anil hear il putter in uiy lioune once more if I cmld n-.ond broken (-art...

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. — 4 June 1881

MILAN exchange W. E. Turner. . G. Hall. ATURlAYt JUNK Afler a (.Jtnfiil consideration wc have concluded not to express juijr opinion on the injunction that v.ns granted la,t rack atO-lunihia The Memphis Avalanche i-trik at. Win. It. Moore, ci,n:'!vman from Shdhv county, lie c all-him the 'Uo.vort"' of Ti nucsce Wm.K.M.NMV.tl'ifM. C. from Shflhv county, i-' the only ll pul 'liranin TMui.-v.., far as heard !V,.i... ll.at 1 fV i.'Is .CouUinji. O.nklinjr in not getting alonj so uvll in the rare at Al'.any. The Li.lh.t Tlmixlay jravo liim l.v I'htUi-thf H-w.i'l man in hi ;.- corruption and Mviudl'mj: !,:te iin.'.-iilhol in theTrca- iii v 'pa;!innt. und." Pitney. u.h rnw.iNoML-lit t- he put in iu- penitentiary. The revised Now Testament has been iiven to the public. It may t,e .-.veil enough to have it as a look of ivitTcias but .St. JanW tran-lr.tion v. ill not b" fciijieiceded by it- The outlook for Conklinr re luni with his man. Piatt, to the Senate of the United StatcF, is jloomy, if ...

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. — 11 June 1881

S1ILS0AD TIKE TABLE. f J "r 1 r Y - X : A v. 7 c v i. I 1 1 f 7 x 9 r iot.ro, ill. Lom & Sew O.loi-.. T? 7? Trains lvw M JMU fuow, aad flier ov. 7. 1HS0. T.Vii;xc;rj; Tiiaixs. '. 1, north, loavw nt. a.. .' " 1"-lL". , ... No. 4, W;.Vi n.m. ......... !:) it.m. Tiiiif B'Mit minute kwer than City tlllie. J- T. Garskh, Ajp-itt, ,,. Milan, Tenn. JU. Max x, Huj.'t, JuckMJii, Tt-nu. LtraUviils St "Safilmlle, B. E Tmiiw lt-nvi- Milan a follow ou and nftjrr Jan. , 1U.S1. ' Xo. 2, north leave nt 12:i" p.m. No. 4, " " .Va.m. No. tt, accommodation ........ 4:i ivnu xonth leave at l'2:Vt a.m. No. 1. M " 1:10 p.m. X. ., uccoiuitMMlulion... H:"n a.m. " . A. W. Lovi.vo, AfniitT Milan, lciiu. . P. A. T. A. Louisville, Ky. I. Atmouk, O. I Cunt well, lyical TVkct A front. -wj CITY OFFICERS. 8. H. lhuc, Mayor. Jno. I). Lnk, City Manhal. Ii. F. Haun,(!co. W. Mirtin.'.NV.lI. Coley, Geo. HyiwK, E. X. Stone auU W. J. Hou., Altkniu-ii. CIICKCHES. s BajitiM CUnrvhVarwt, J. L. Lloyd 1'asJt-jr.- rmcL"aK vv...

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. — 11 June 1881

JHUJlW.'i1' The Lilian Exchange TURNER & HALL. Proprietor. MILAN, TENNESSEE. . SOTES JL5D COHMESTS. How well the Republican Legisla . turti of Illinois will gerrymander that State on congressional districts is shown by the fact that the Itepabli can districts will contain an average of 137,000 inhabitants while the De mocratic districts will contain lOfi.OUO. The landlords of Scotland, finding that an anti-rent agitation was being organized and that there was reason to fear a movement similar to that in Irclai.d, promptly and sensibly put an end to it by putting down their rents, in many places as much as 50 per cent " A MOVEMENT is on foot among the leading business men of St. Ixuis to bold a convention in that city some time during the Summer for the pur pose of discussing matters of interest to the Mississippi Valley, to which leading Congressmen and other repre sentative men of the West will be in vited. " As effort will be made to remove the complaint made by the tobacco de...

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 June 1881

TlE VAST VOL'MO MAX. WKITTK IS TBI ILLINOIS BTT rftlSON. IV rnriom. t.li't it Hilly Toe rhimp! ihnt tweWe month may bring? Imx vrar I . at nraioca. A Ji.r and r,rh u a uf. I sn rnkmj is U on the riwc, Ann ItvitiK the waiter u)i "Irn," And i.trnK until julep In twilisrlit. Ami w-uay I xiii here in the "t'mn.n "WnM led me fa, rt jtw What alwsvs Ieai men u, dei ruction find crime 1 he prodi,:! Mn, lnnn tuu'vc read of, alt.-rvd kunra hat 'in his time: In? icnit Ina tuhtance at freely A Hie iliUical fellow of old; Hut it l)e fHDrK., Hie busks mill turn into g.,d. Last nVht, n I .t here and tendered On the eui f hit il it i, Tli. re ri-- ,kr a , I. nit-, in hefi.rc me I lie vii'n cif ii, i l.vh kJ da vs. I th.inirlit f hit, old home. ltih ; 'f I lie actuMiih that uil on the hill: urUie lirK.k that fl..wcd thro' the meadow, I can e'en hear it niu.ic atill. Apnin 1 tlnii-ht of mr mother. f Uie uioiovr Kbo'tnnrlii me to pray; W love s preen. ii. Ire aure 1 hut I hcudlendr r(lot awav. I wiw i...

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 June 1881

5 I-1 i' MILAN EXCHANGE V. E. Turner. J. G. Hall- Iviiton mid PuUi-lieri. SATURDAY. JUNE 11, 1S81. eEXTIMEIiTS 0? TUT PEOPLE. rr-viia lt ili nuvlifj; of llit Foitv -tv-ouixl Uciieral Awiubly t.iu r-..j.1'of the Shitchad dt tiiiiio IvK'ttlt.J f.nirli-tiiit j.mjwsit'x.ns Fir-t. tln-v '! .ii:jiilfl a reduction in the principal as well a the in-t-rc.-t; :ccirl, that a vlt lenient ciiilir;vin! t-Tins higher thai fifty :uil f'iiir, would not h." saisfa t ny; third. Hint any fcttleim-nt. in:id t.y the Leishturc, win tu l mb jiiitt.fl to the people in a constitu tional way, f..r ratification b-forv it Iweam-? binding. I.i'tly, tint in no event were coupons to V n..-ide r.-ceivable fur taxc.-1. Tiio Pii-t proportion was und.-i-h.ukI l.y the bondholder a- well as the KH)j.li.', b.naus1 all tht'ir ofler of compromise provid-d fur th'v mluction. The second was settled hv the IKUJ.L at the ballot box August 187l, when they paid by an overwhelming majority, that they would not' pay as much :i fif...

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. — 18 June 1881

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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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