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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 October 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. -A.. WVUIC, Iulllliep. MILAN. - - - TENNESSEE. NEWS IN BRIEF. Compiled from Various Sources. PEKSOJf AL AND POLITICATj. The following proclamation, calling 5 or a special session of tho Senate, lias been suod : By tha President of tlio United. Sinter A Proclamation: Whereas, objects of Interest to tho T'nitPd Plates require tlmt thf Semite should he con vened nt an curly date, to rpi'ctvp and net up on such communications a tuny lie made to It on the part (it the Executive", now, theio foro, I, Chc-tcr A. Arthur, President of the 1'nitod simps, have considered It to lie niy finty to issue, this my proclamation deehir Jim that u,i cura'ordinarv occasion re ttpurc the senate of the Cnited "dates to convene fur the Dun-action of om-tnes at the Capitol in the City of 'nshitcrton, on Monday, tho lot h iliiv of October next, at noon on that (lay. of which nil who shall lit thHt tune he entitled to act as liiouihers of hat body hit hereby required to take notice. iiv...

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. — 1 October 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADK, 1i1111t. MILAN, tknxessee. A MOTHER'S APIKAL. I pr.iy yan to hit what a nmthorca i do With n boy he lovu o well, Who nlwaia hm b nn o teii'lor and true, A i vory one will It'll; liut whs now th it h"' come into his teem, A I iilir-ly would Ik, And ttunivh bu don't know bait wbat it tnnnus. Is wild "to no to oa." All his tiilk Is now nf foro and aft, ( f liiirk and nf sloop and briir: Anil woll ho knows every sort of oraft, And Just what makes b'!r riif; And he has loarnc I hnw tosplieo Htid tlo No Htid of hard, minor knots: And yon could not helnlmt laoith, onthosly, At all that bu knows of vaunts. "T.nmMutibTS," I think, ho cnlls us now: Hinl irs alone are brave; And tb'-ro s no llfo. I have heard him vow, I.Ike life on the salt sea wavo: Yet, hark you, nouo of your steamers for him. With landsmen dull for a crew, But ships, with their sails all staunch and trim. And sailor boys in blue.. Now this, good friends. Is the sort of younf mmi, An expert at...

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. — 1 October 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE W. A. WADE, Publisher. SATURDAY, OCTOHKK 1, 1881. OVKK THE STATE. Forty-five tlenths in Memphis last week. Ilunting'lon liux a tolmcco m.inu lnctorv. There were twenty deaths in Nash ville lust week. Nnehville invested nearly ne ruil lion dollars in new buildings last year. A number of young men left Sparta because there are so few women there. Chattanooga is to have another iron furnace soon, the ground having been bought. Memorial services were held all over the utate last Monday. Business generally was suspended. Otey Hall, one of the Sewanee University buildings, was destroyed bv fire last Tuesday morning. Mary Joyce, a young Irish woman, gave birth to a child in Memphis and threw it in an old well, killing it. It is said that diphtheria is prevail ing at Memphis in consequence of foul water given the people to drink. Holloway's store, 6ve miles from Lebanon, on the Murfreesboro pike, was destroyed by fire on Sunday night. 'J he Tennessee State Convention of the Y...

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. — 1 October 1881

.-.?r.r.: WWr. Hi IV' IJ.B i'ULAl EXCHANGE ATUHDAY, 0CT011EH 1, 1881 STRAXifLATlS PRO RKPUIJLICA. Th Words Written by the President Instead of Ills Signature. Washington Secinl in Philadelphia Presi. ; Among tlnwe who stood on tiie jiliit- : form at the ruilwaj station waiting j tor the funeral train was Stewart j Crump, the faithful attendant upon President Garfield until he himself was laid on a bed of aickncM, a suffer er trom an attack of nervous prostra I tion, not malaria, as he emphatically i informed me. I asked him something of the President's illness, and especi ally as to the illusions under which he labored when he was reported to be delirious. It will be recollected that it was denied that the President had any illusions, but Mr. Crump tells a different story, lie says that the mental wanderings of the Presi dent were not confined to the moments just after awakening from sleep. He said the illusions came on at all times. As an illustration of this, he said that one day ...

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. — 1 October 1881

Tiff IIE1U PUr'SIDENT. C)ntng Birnri at Klberon The .Tourney Hnck to Washington The ltoiiy Lying in State nt the National Capitol. Loso llBAKCII, Sept. SI. Tim President Is laid out In the milt of rloi Iihh w l;t-li In- vwireoB Inanimation Hnv. Mix li ft 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 -t liilil a i-oss his biT-ast sitcr (ho manner lip ha1 in I lie. This wns ..nn In order to 11111k hi rcscmhlnm e it mur to life nx possible. Tho bod Is 1-0 wt nt ly shrunken that artificial menu had 10 lo resorted to to ifivc the cl.itn.--i Hie nppe.irnnrc.nf lliliiii;. In a. MUlon to the natural shrinking from Ills Illness th" o," -ration connected willi tin! au topsy has left, the body In tin e.u morn emaciated r-t ute. A planter 1 est tali n of liW luce yt ster.i:i , as well as ot his iwlit bund'. In takinir the cast 4 tin' llllll'l it VIM Mimi'WllIlt discolored, so tlmt In hand will not be kith. ' Tln President hH'l n massive head and t lie In rifo bones show very prominently. Mis check mo talli'ii in. Tun beard (w...

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. — 1 October 1881

I" 4 J 3 I "1 USEFUL ASP SU..UESTIVE. Common platter of Paris figure;, may bo m:nlu to loik liko aUbrtator b. aim.v dipping tlioin into a strong solu tion ol iv' u in water. A o mixture of rjniss tor pasture 1-4 six pounds of titiiotliy, to!vis piuniiN of orchard irr.-m. twelve pounds of bl.ie grass, live poun h of yellow oat jrntss, live pound of tall fiisfiic, livo pounds of red top ami live pound of tun.idovv ftM -tit!. This vt'S a suo.-'siiii of fttod, Biul ionics a iiose s-xl. No one single gnus Will intike a clo-tn, doiiie sod as a mixture wiil. l:-!i7,iliun Tivv-Disli. --Takii sonit' slice i of bread about half an inch thick, cut o:V all eru-t, steci thu brt:l I in h litt't; milk; when snaked through rover each iiici-e with lie.iien yelk of eg;, and fry wih butter a lirht brown; iIkm arrange tin) sln-m on a hot pate, and lay on caeli idt'cua to!er.-iMy thick cv in ot powdered .sugar an. I cinnamon Well niiii'le I. A siierc-sCul lioton florist gi"''s the lol!tvnig as liisi met...

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. — 1 October 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 1881 A charter fr the Great Southern Immigration, Retd Estate 'and Labor Association hn liwn filed in Memphis with a capital stock of f 50.000,000 to be issued in 100 chares. The Ava lanche gays: While it is proposed to do a general business in real estate the chief aim will be to encourage and aid in the settlement of the unimproved lands of Tennessee, Arkansas and Mississippi. The association will ouy lands tor cash, to be resold to immU grants, at the lowest possible price, or secure them in consideration of stock issued to the owners. Agents will be stationed at the principal British and German ports, in Castle Garden, New York, and at New Orleans, to repre sent fairly and honsstly the advanta ges of the south as a place of settle ment. The aim will be to secure as settlers the heads of families possessed of iome means, who will become citi zens in the true sense of the term, and help to develop the resources of the country while improving the...

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. — 8 October 1881

Milan Exchange, VOL. VIII. MILAN, TENN., OCTOBER 8, 1881. NO. 29. 1 i . IS if KAII.KOAI TIME TAIII.K.H. lilrniro,Mt. l,nnU4 w Orl4nn M. H. I'niinK leave Milaa as follows on ami after July 4, l&K). r'ARHKMURR THAI. . 1, north, loaves at ri;4i) itn . o. 3, !l:40am o. 2, noHtta, " :IUam Nj'. 4. " 2:4.) Time about fifteen minutes jlowcr than town timo. J. T. OAKN'KK, Aent. .Milan. .oill4vlllf .ft-tl tills A iit. M. K. K. Trains leave Milan M follows gn and alter June 27. lHSt.i. PAHHKNQRR TRAINfl. No. 1, south, leaves at - 12:45 am No. 8, " 1:10 pm Nil..1), " " (to Humboldt)... :oi) am No. 2, north, " 12:2npin No. 4. " " 2:5.i am No. 6, " " (Accoinmndat'n) 4:25 pm bleeper on No. 5 and 6, run between Hum boldt and Iiosvville. CITV DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. S, II. HaJe, Mayor. .Ino. I. Lusk. City Marshal, R.F. Haun. . W. .mrtin, W. H, Coley, Geo. Haynes, K, N. Stone, and V, J. House Aldermen. CHURCHES. Baptist Church H'eet, J, L. Movd, Pastor, 'reaching every Sunday morning and evenin...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 October 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. MILAN. - - -" TKXXESSLK. NEWS IN BRIEF. Compiled from Various Sources. PERSONAL AND POLITICAL. The prosecution of the Star-route rases was formally begun on the 31st, by the filing of Information in the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia Against Thomas J. Krady, John I French, Wm. II. Turner, '.eorgc L. .McDonough and Samuel I lirown for conspiracy to defraud the United Wales. Counsel for the Government took this somewhat unusual mode of procedure, instead of the ordinary one of presenting the cases to the Grand Jury, for the reason that one at least of the counts upon which they expect to convict would have been barred by the statute of limitation had the ease gone over until the 8d, to which time the Grand Jury stood ad journed. Another, and equally potent rea son, it is intimated, was the apprehension that some of the members of the Grand Jury might be so strongly in sympathy with the accused as to render their action uncertain; in fact, it is asserted ...

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. — 8 October 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. -V. WADK, Iutlllier. MILAN, TENNESSEE. A Messflire From the Dead. A ftlturMlftr distnvery was made In Paris one day last wti'k, durln the alteration whleb are now Iwinff carried out at thedeneralPost oftlcp. In a panel, ni'ar one of the Imic), M found a letter, which had boon posted exactly fifty years asm. and which, bv wmo mischance, hail wit stuck In the panel. Instead of finding its way Into the box. The letter was duly f"r wtinled to the person to whom It was ad dressed, who. still mre stramruly. was alive, and who received li surely. Toe writer, how ever, bad been dead many years. IajMiii 7mr. 'Twn two and seventy years airo, When "Kni'iner (Jenrire" was Kin?, And all his land a lareeshow. With blossom of the sprlnir The time whi n lovers cunning no. And little birds do slnir. They sny that folks are wiser now, And life bnsarrown completer. The old riuvs were as sweet, 1 trow, I'erchanoe a little sweeter. The birds upon the cherry bouirh Have never chang...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 October 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE W. A- WADE, Publisher. SATUKDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1881. Knoxville has a fruit-cunning p tablishment, which this year ha9 can ned over 6,000 bushels (if peaches, making over 125,000 cans, ami what is more, there is a demand for every can that is manufactured. This, it deems to us, should put our fruit grow ers and capitalists to thinking. Knox ville has no hetter shipping facilities than Milan, and is, we think, no nearer good markets. Why can we not have a similar establishment here to con sume the next fruit crop? We cannot expect to be so fortunate next year in getting good prices. Thn frost and drouth will hardly kill the northern crop again soon. Let us have the establishment. The negroes of Nashville seem to have formed a combination to beat the railroads. Nearly every day one or more of them try to force themselves int'j the ladies' coaches, but thus far without success. Superintendents Thomas and Geddes are prompt to have first-class coaches hitched on to the trains,...

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. — 8 October 1881

emioJoaaRlfiByin .AW 1 V. H.TS.unKVr3Ha MILAN EXCHANGE SATURDAY, OCTOHEI. 8, 18.S1 A Talk with Senator Harris. Warhinntnn Scinl to the Cincinnati Com mercial. Senator Harris "f Tennessee, gives the facts us to the failure to elet a l'lPMilent pro tem ufthe Senate hint Hpiiii. He says: "It was reported whether true nr nu', I don't know) that the Repnlilicati Senators had in cuiicim determineil, when we had a majority liecaue of the resignation of Me.-nrs Oonkling and Piatt, that they would vote for in, or consent to my election to the position of President pro km of the Senate. At all events 1 w as approached hy a numher of Sen ators, among whoiu were Democrats uud Repuhlicans, with the proposition to elect me President pro tern. 1 said to the Democrats that Mr. Bayard, living the senior Senator ot the then majority party, was by the uuiform usages of the Senate entitled to the position, Htid that before any action could be taken in the premises I would consult Senator Bayard, as I r...

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. — 8 October 1881

OFFICIAL UErORT. Mtntrmrnt by the Mur(toii) of the II e ulia or Ilia Ioat-Mortem Kiamlm Ion or the Hotly of President Gr Held. Pmt,An:i,eHiA, Octobrr 1. The October intuo ol the American Journal oftomlical Nctcnces contains the follnwinr ollii ial report of the autopsy of Pro si dent (iiirfiold, prepared by the mrjjeons in charge: Oimcial, Kr.coiin or tub I'ort-Mohtfm Ex amination of tho body of I'rt-ewii-nt J. A. (iarflfli. nni'le Keptcinbtr 20, 1841, cnin lnrnciiitf nt 4.:)) p. tn., clKtiteen hours nfler death, at Kmncklyn Cottage, Kllieron, N. J., present Hnd assisting, lr. I). W. HIIph, f nr-irrnu-iiPtii-ralJ. K. Iliirm-s, V. 8. A..KurKon J. J. Woodward, U. K A., Dr. Hobert llry burn. Dr. Frank It. Hamilton, Dr. D. Hnyns Ajrncw, Dr. Andrew II. Hinlth, of Elbonin rid New York, and Acting Assistant-Surgeon D. 8. I.ainb, of tbe Army Medical Mu seum of Wn.hitiBton, I). CLi Before rommeni'lng tbe examination a con sultation was held by these physicians In a room adjoining that In whi...

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. — 8 October 1881

CorifFoddor. Corn not only our largo H anil most important prain crop, but it is our larg est foiMcr crop. The agricultural re liort fw 17H, which is the latest to which wo havo present access, but which will serve for comparison, gives the area under hay and corn in that year as 20, ();(), ().)() a -res of hay and 61, 000, 0(W a ires of corn. It is a modcrato estimari; that an aero of corn-fodder is thrico as heavy as an aero of hay, and if the av.-rae f hay is one and one-half tons per acre, that of corn-foil ler can very c is ly be three tons; so that tho corn crop yields 160,0 lO.uo I tons yearly of tlD best of fodder, in every way equal to hay if it is only properly cured. Hut, as we havo said, if it is only properly cured. The chief value of the fodder depends upon this. Otherwises its nutritive vnluu is considerably re duced. When corn lm been cut in good sea son, before it has been frozen and when the grain is gla.ed and hard, some por tion of the nutritive constituents cer ...

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. — 8 October 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE SATURDAY, OCTOREU 8, 1881 A Chapter of Accidents. On lust Saturday HlWnoon, at the Widow Urj anl's gin, fix miles east of here, Thomas R-el had the rnisfor tuue to get his right arm caught in the gin, stripping off the flesh and causing a compound dislocation of the wrist. Dr. Jordan d reused the wound and it waa doing well at last accounts. Mr. Reed lived in Arkansas, and had come lure for his health. At Hope Hill, hint Saturday, in Wm. Haley's gin, Wm. Warren had his left arm terribly mangled, necessi tating amputation helow the elbow. The saws had cut the bone in two places. Drs. Burrow, Culdwell and Richardson performed the operation, and the patient was doing well when we last heard of him. Mon. Walker, a colored laborer at the car-hoist here, had the end of a finger mashed off lust Monday inoru ing, causing a very painful wouud. Dr. Bledsoe dressed it . A Twenty Dollar Law Suit. On last Saturday evening J. W. Kingry was going up the railroad ami met fom Fields, ...

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. — 15 October 1881

Milan Exchange. VOL. VIII. MILAN, TENX., OCTOBER 15, 1881. NO. 30. ItAll.ltOAlk TIHK T.tRI.KK. lilrniro. Ml. I.nnli A w Orleitnn H.R. I'rnin leave .Mils aa follows on and aflef July 4, Isl-W). PA8HRN0KR TRAIN. 1. north, leaves at ii;40nin " " !l:40ain No. t, south, " :lilain No. 4. .1 2:4-" im Time aoout fifteen minute slower thmi town timo. J. T. UAKNKK. Aent. .vlilan. .oulvlll A Xnxbvlll A Hi. H. K. H. trains I'-nve Milan as lollowa on and alter June 27. lsatl. PARSKNOHa TRAINS. No. 1. south, leaves Rt 12:4S am Nil. S. " ' 1 111 hm No. 5, " " (to Humboldt)... nm No. 2, north. " 12:2i pm So. 4, " " 2:fvi am No. 6, " " (Acoonimodftt'n) 4:25 pm sleeper oh Nob. 5 and 8, run between Uuin liolilt and Losvville. CITV DIBECTOKY. CITY OFFICERS. S. H. Hale, Mayor. Jno. J), Lusk, City Marshal, K. F. Ilaun. (1 . W. .tiartin. W. II. Colcy, (Iv.i. Haynes, K. N, Stone, and W. J. House A Idermen. CHURCHES. Baptist-Church H'eet, J, L. Llovd, Pastor. Preaching- every Sunday morningand evening. Pray...

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. — 15 October 1881

I.idiiin SrouH. The uso of Indian scouts in tho Apaclio country by General Carr it Inung unfavorably commented ou by many news, apor writers in California nnd tho Kastttrn States. Some fro so tar at to assert that the uso of Indians to fight against Indians has never boon ui'cesful. Such assertions are grossly incorrect, as event which have trans pired during tho past twenty years un mistakably prove. Since General Al bert l'iko ami Hen McUulloiigh raised their Indian legion in the Indian Terri tory in lfitil-, Indians havo been suc cessfully employed to tight each oth'jr, and have, with two exceptions, proved themselves not only fa thlul to tho Gov ernment, but made tho very best of soldiers. A largo number of Cherokees were enlisted in tho Union service, and d d effective work in Western Arkansas nnd Texas in opposition to Choetaws nnd Seniinoles under Albert l'iko. At tho same timo a battalion of Wyan dotte., Shawnees and Delaware Indians was raised by a Major Hansom in Kan sas, ...

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. — 15 October 1881

a rsEFt'L am) stmjestive. Alum dissolved in water will kill boil-lms if !4;ilicJ where it li most needed.' In troi!)Ipsomn bU-odin' from tho Aoso, snullin puwdcre I nhini will gcnor;illy i:ontrol it. It will nUt ivl most tilwais stop oxen-Hivi." heniorrhae from :i c.ivity euusi! 1 bv the; extnuliou of a tooth, by liu'n placed in it. If t:tblei;loilis. n'ikitn and liand knrch c's are folded iin inch r two bo . ond tin; middle thoy will last iniicli longer; it is on llio edres o: laid where thev lir-t wear, and ioldin tlieni not on a middle line, each ironing, they yet a new create. Cinnamon Cake Two pounds brown Miirur. two pounds ilour, one teaspooniul baking powder, one pound of butter, three taidespooniuls of clnna niou. three egjr (bei'ten Ihrhtlv); mix nil well as usual for cake; roll very thin, ut and bake. Apple Preserve. Ta'-o some p'nas ant fo,ir apples, pare them, take the cove out at the bottom, and leave the stem in; iriako a -sirup of white sugar and water t ) half e ver...

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. — 15 October 1881

DEXTER, MISSOURI. Cllf Cffit ATI, ST. LOUIS, Iviile, MILAN, TENNESSEE. IilALDEN, ItHSSOURI. HICDIAN, KENTUCKY We desire to call your attention to a few interesting facts concerning the Dry Goods trade of Milan and the advantages we have over other houses in buying. Purchasing as we do for seven stores, two of which are wholesale houses, we are thus enabled to retail goods at prices no other house can compete with. We have received and are receiving ev ery day New Goods, which we will sell cheaper than they can be bought elsewhere. Call and exam ine our goods and prices. We will pay the highest market prices for all kinds of Country Produce, such as Hides, Tallow, Beeswax, Cotton Seed, Dried Fruit, Eggs. Wool, &c, &c. PLAUT & EHENZ. THE TENNESSEE CENTRAL. We have been informed, very re cently, there is a strong probability that the Tennessee Central railroad will be built, either by the company of which Gov. Porter is President, or the Louisville and Memphis railroad comp...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 October 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE SATURDAY, OCTOHKIl 15, 1881. STATE TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. Its annual Meeting o be Held at Hum boldt, October 20, 21, 22-I'ro-gramme of Exerciser). The State Teachers' Association will hold it annual meeting at Hum boldt, Teun,, in conjunction with the West Tennessee division Institute, commencing on Thursday, the 20th, instant, at 7'oU p. m., and closing Saturday afternoon. On the opening evening, Thursday, an address of welcome by IIou. W. I. MoFarland will be leaponded to by the President of the association. Supt. iS. Y. Caldwell, of Nashville, and Supt. J. C. Brooks, of Jackson will address the Association ou the subject of the "Normal Training of Teachers." On Friday morning the Association will meet at 9, o'clock, on which occa sion Prof. J. V Conger will discuss "Character lijildings in Education." Supt. K. S. Thompson, of Crockett county, will deliver an address on "Graded Central Schools." The association will also be enter tained with a paper from Prof. B. F....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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