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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 October 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. "V. V. WvVIl:, lutllslier. MILAN. - - - TENNESSEE NEWS IN BRIEF. G&nciled from Various Scurcea. ' rXITKT STATES SENATE. Tiif. a-setnblinir in special sfsinn of the 1'nitcd states Senate, on t lie loth, win wit licssed liy n large number of jii-rwin, who fll 'ml tin' galleries to tlioir utmost capacity, 'J'lu' desk lorinei lv occupied liv senator llui n- Hide hh t nt ul ly draped with tiluck, white H'vcrii I hoit.uct ornamented the desks of Iiroiuinent entitor. senators-elect Alttrieit .it 1 1 .t ; ii mi'l ,M illcr occupied scats upon tin floor mi Hie II. imlilii'iiii miIi'. The Senate was railed to order I y Mr. Harris, after prayer ly 'li:ipl;iin Mullock, who iilhnli'il in h lcdim? In 1 1 ! r to Uic tlcaln ol President Garlicld unit Senator I'.iiriisidc. Tin1 President's proeliiinn lion having heeii rend, Mr. 1'i'iiilli'ton moved tin' iiitupMiin of the following resolution: That Tlioiium K. I'.uyiinl, a Senaor from the, State 01 l 'iiiwiiri'. Is ht'i cby cho...

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. — 15 October 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. . . . . . .1 milan. - - - Tennessee. THE DAME A 'D THE CM TIC. Verstlled fro:n Hun-i liritinn Amlersen.l 'Two, ivtiitiiiir souls, iut fn i.it liiiin tleshly KUlSO, Kncl . Kii)ltHiit. at the trnlo of rant'llse; Ho, nrritMiil. Imperious, hold of llltcn: Phe. meek, j-1 1 f irle-s, Htii iit Mini snrenft. Ami us. to bun, I he time seemed ng to wait Ilelore the mini ii on i ii'j of tin; (lite, lie lull Hi leuiftli to tai K itiK : ' llnnie," 'limth ho, " White tnod St. Peter s nroli lor the k' y, Pmv tell me if t H k bo no otloiise lour 11:11110 ini'l station, bow you cumo iinl whence: Whnt you h I'onipllsiioil In the world below." (He w. s ci-iiie. reii'l' r. yon uiii-t know. Wf II skilled to ( Oil-on e, lit t .u trivpn to pr ilso, The m-.m hiil "pent tin; sul stnnco of tali days u idle en', while yet his ctiiistio pen lloiiib red b -ttor, Iocnu-o busier, men.) " I nui old MHi if ifei.' t tie dame replied; " Vy homo wit in n hut the sea I esMo: I've Kwd h oiilm an 1 un...

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. — 15 October 1881

Milan exchange I THE BIGGEST AND BEST OE ALL SHOWS' SATURDAY. OCTOBER 15, 1881. jljljj.. , -jL-jfct iJ JtrS.&Xj5T, OCTOBER SiV. The Pioneer Showman, Old JNO. ROBIISOFS 1'Iip U. S. Senate on Thursday de I ) !' I r.ivni'l 1'inl ! ') D'viiJ Da vis IVesiileut jiiMit tii. Tiii could on ly I'; st'i-iirpil lv Mr. Ivavis lvf'using to vote, tli ii" electing himself. Mr Bayard sni I lif h;it I never got office rt i.iiinil it liv voting for lit i i Mr. H.ivis, it seems, has sold himself f 'i i" n "iii'ss of pottiige not r i t t :wj t i n hi-i !).i.ti'(l independency. I it. i vno rrt vs-a u i Mm m jf l , MM ; y-v 3 -C II II7 I'd.' .I;ick."ii Tiiiniiie mill Sun is 1 n i i i . i i 1 1 jr u ti enii'ncloii. lot of null".!'!-" this week on paper. When the cap italist get rcinly t iiuiM new roads in thi section they w i i I natural' liring theni to Milan, t he cro.-ing ot the two grcale.-t niilroiiils in the south Hint don't von f" .iL'i't it. A (Jreut Premium List. The New York Weekly Express, ;...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 October 1881

5wa m m n1 1 1 1 win ,a MILAN EXCHANGE W. A- WADE, Publisher. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1881 OVKIt THK STATK. N' w cm ii H .-el'in ;it (10 cents r i ii.-hfi u! I 'ievt'liuiil. I'lie Mil, iice.-l-oiK Free Press .: v m Unit hh'-c iIk' recent ruins culi'Hi tuken lilt. srcum! growth. TIk.' llnywindl (,'nck'U is the name i f a yung niilitnry company jnt or xtiized in I Iny wood county. The Scijiiutcliie Ailvmice is the li lie of a now paper just comnu'iiced at PikevMe I y F. M. Morrison. The Gimidiiiii is ?o"li to he moved from Manchester to Tiillahonm und published in an enlarged form. The Appeal reports an attempt to burglarize the residence of Senator Iliam G. Harris in Memphis Giles county will have one-fourth of a corn crop. Moore and Franklin counties about a half crop. A justice of the Peace of Wilson snys there is not a man in the wonty, not physically disabled, who is not able to pay his taxes. ll is said that over four hundred lunula are now employed at Bear Spring furnace, soma di...

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. — 22 October 1881

Mi LAN EXCHANGE. VOL. VIII. MILAN, TEXX., OCTU13EH 22, 1881. NO. 31. It Arl.UO Ilk TIWI; TAIII.KM. ' lilrKo,Mt. I.oiiU A rv Orlrni.n H.U. Train l'nve Milaa as follows orp ami ftr uiy 4. 1S0. PAHHRMORR TRAINS. ". 1. north, leaves nt fl;4nm . " " 11:40 uni No. 2, smith, " 9:1mm No. 4. ' 2:4-S pin Timea'mut fifteen minutes slnwer than tnn time. J. 1. tlAHNKK, Agent, Milan. .uilUvillr at- Xnxhvllle A 4.1. N. K. It. Trains Irave Milan an follows tin and alter June 27, IS). rHKNORR TRAINS. No. 1, south, leaven nt No. i, " ' Ji..'), " " (to Humboldt) No. 2. north. " .12:4.) n in . l:lo pin ,. am ..12:", I'm iN..4. ' Si (Acommodat'n) 4:21 m Sleeper on Nos. 5 and 6, run between Hum 1 nlilt and l.nxvvillo. GRAND DEPOT FOR Dry Goods AND Clothing ! ROBERTSON & BOTTS, Jackson, Tenn., nVK JITST RECEIVED FROM THh Eastern Markets an immense and care fully selected stock nf DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, H ATS : AND CArs, DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY GOODS, AND NOTIONS, and Ten Thouiand Useful. Beautiful and El...

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. — 22 October 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. V. .A. W-A.IJF2, lutlllier. ' 1 - milax. - - - texne.ssi:i:. NEWS IN BRIEF. Compiled from Various Sources. ! fMTED STATES SENATE. 1 Is the Senate, on (he 1:21 li, Mr. Kdmunds Called up lif1 resolution continuing (or the present session the standing committees as c-onstituted last session. Some objection bo init inii'le liv Mr. i.arlimit, Mr. Kdmunds said lie would not pres the resolution. Alter an executive session tho Sen a to adjourned. The following nominations, among others, Were transmuted to the Senate on the 12th hy the President: Win. M. Dudley, Indiana, Com missioner, Hiid itis V. ( lin k, Khodn Inland, First Hcputv Commissioner of Pensions; 0. It. Walker, Indiana, Deputy Commissioner; NoaliC. MeFarlanil, Kansas, Commissioner ieneralof Ln ml Office; Charles U. Ilnwnrd, Illinois, Indian Inspoctor; (ieorire M. IMi-kln, I'. S. Attorney for thp Southern Illstiiftt of Al abama; Roberts. Koater, V. S. Marshal for tho DiMtrlet of Indiana; A. 0. Phillips, Hoeetv...

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. — 22 October 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. milax, - - - Tennessee hi: la TED. A ;nule liii'ipppnp I found, A Mionp hi my weury wav. A KurniniT eio-ed hT lieuted roujifF And iisln rud In tlie uutuiiin luy. A little memory of May, 'I lint Sept too lulu. Il I AlVO lloilO, A II' I po 1 1 n Kim winif m mo a trny. And ti iff stood lonely In tlio sun. It focmcd with anxious look to ask: ' Are nil 1 1 1 y It irht comiiaiiions deud? Or h ive I sfopt, forifi'tt'nif task. I ntil tlio lovely May bin sped? "There waves around me autumn grain; I see tl.e liienod apples Hiiinu; I feel tin- put tor of the nil n : 1 see. the grapes that blu-h with wine. "Ay, yr-s, I slept: 1 sweetly droitmcd ( if Imlilitinif hroolc mid a.'.ure sky, And in my foolish fancy dreined That tiowois like mo would never dla. 'From"stieh h dream why should I wnlio, A fur and In another .one Wake only ti'at the heart may break To llnd myself alone, alone" And this It Is to live too Ion;?, To overpass onr proper time. And hrtiir. instead of nierrv s...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 October 1881

mm, man j CINCINNATI, ST. LOUIS, BROWNSVILLE, TEN?!.- MAIDEN, MISSOURI. HICKMAN, KENTUCKY 1WTT A IVT mPTVT We desire to call your attention to a few interesting facts concerning the Dry Goods trade of Hilan 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- -t ery day New Goods, which we will sell cheaper than they can be bought ekewhere. 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 & 'FRENZ. Just as we go to press, we learn that dipt. Horner, Deputy U. Marshall, with u large posse, hits lodged Alex Trousdale,. Mac Stephens and John Hutching in jail under it charge of counterfeiting. We inter viewed Capt. Horner but he stated that...

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. — 22 October 1881

tlLAN EXCHANGE SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 181. p( r( r-t in their engraving that it w.mlil require an expert to detect thii- -r iirMu-noss. The front nnd a-. HAYES, uiAlx'V :?:'.!, II -Mi, CURES ALL DISEASES OP THE M'CORD, BOOMER & CO., tlio JLm nrgont Jobbing Hat House ; ' nearly perfect. 1 he vig- f Wflistcr on the ten is a good v ; tative of a head of a corpse i V'-rv little difference between MinK'i -feit and the genuine. The iiti'l eves, however, o-ive the it. -ft' rep- 'I'll.. i hi llo'! HAO'S HAIL. C O !J3Ti rAT . '.. y' . ; ' ; countei feit away. ' e - L.' 1 Ji 1- I - l IN Louisville, Ky. Cfi CBAL Df rtlLITV X - r s, " .. y Arrest of a Hatch of ConnterfeHers by Deputy Marshal Haun. We copy from Wednesday's Amor ii.au Detective Bauer's statement of tlie arrests in Henry county tact week, uiili the incidental troubles Ht tend ing: A reporter of the American called Upon Detective B.iuer last night, and asked him how his assistant, Jones, came to l e hi rc.-ted at Paris. Detec ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 October 1881

UriTEAU'S KTOKT. The Nw York Il-ald of ft recent dtte cniitnim a lmiKthy statement, or confession, mado by the ai'a-Vn (Uiitexu to the ston'tfr:ijhrr of District Attonipy Corkhill. Tin a."s:i,sn b ';,riin with a brief chapter, Which he calls " Introduction, " In which he rei ki in pxplMn his crime. "I hava not," liesiy, "u-rilllio word 'assassination' or assavHlti' in UiN work. Th.'se words grato on the mind ami produce a lml feeling. I think of (ion. (iurflr-U' condition as n ro niovul and not a an anamination. My idea simply slated was to remove as easily as jioi!ile Mr. James A. Garfield, a quiet and rood -nut und citizen of Ohio, who temporar ily occupied, the position of President of the United :ates, and substitute in his IUcc Mr. Chester A. Arthur, of New York, a iiitinj;iiislied and highly estimable, gentleman. Mr. Uarlield I intended to quietly remove to Paradise (which is a creat improvement on this world), while Mr. Arthur s ived the Republic. " lie says; "I addressed a l...

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. — 22 October 1881

Fall flow in?. While tliero U a furrow to bo turno 1 the plow slioulil not rest in the fa. I iiioiiIIh. Ons soinetiii)n hoars tlm most absur'l olijeetinns iii:v!t:, to tins etViM-t that farmers are nrsroil by airri cultnral writurs to work, work, an I n(;vr to bu idle, but uhvavs to liii'l pomulliin to do. lint, whvnot? A wriu-r 0:1 a ricnliural subjt'ct-j, if ho understands his btisinrst. knows that t ho farm is no play-ground any mo o th:in tho workshop or the ini-icliiiir s' store: ho knows, too, that, as a rub', tho farmer has more leisure thnn any other business man, and is too ant in his leis'irely way to put off his work until tho last moment, not realizing what damairo nitv happen through this. And wh it has the farmer to do but to till his farm? It is only when one is workin j that he is producing, and it is the part of wisdom to work when there is work to bo done and rest when it is done. And fall plowing is the most important work of the season. On tho Majority of farms t...

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. — 22 October 1881

MiLMEXCHAMEiTHE BIGGEST AND BEST OF ALLS HOW S ' v. a. wade; pubushek.; 3V3!Xj JTT. rrF3TTTi fzz"jr -r--v--r-r-.- The Pioneer Showman, Old JIG, ROBINSON'S SATURDAY, O'.TOBKR 22. 1881 Uolii mou's World' ShtMT. The well-known exhiMtioti, the Met iuiJ iinft extensive in the cjii'.i'.vv, intv wAl claim the title vlacli we h.irp a.lopto.l r.s ihecnjili n ! to the pnS'iit ni'ticc, !r its coilec lion of animals nnd curoilie5 are .i 11- .11 ..p u i worl'i. The great wealth of the vet eiMii proprietor, ddeil to the pmfes sionnl uni'iinon whirh has ever dis tinguWieil him to ic the first among fliowmnn, hiw cnnMed him to outlii uv.i v pnmni'tiior for every rare unU malor curiosity of an extraordinary j elm merer that is up for Kale. He j outranks ail oilier snowmen in ex p . ir-nee, mid having heen himself one of' tin" iii'i'l prominent equestrians of ihe a;;", when Mich names ns Hernan-d-7.. lvi North, Eaton fitone, Mv I . 1 1 I' 111 II IK 1 other celebrities were in . . . li.iiiiuiiii. 1. l...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 October 1881

Mtf jht 'awi.wj Mi'WA.'jpar'racfCTfaHKixt' 'new. e.rjg tj ULAN EXCHANGE V. A. WADE, Publisher. A i UiDAY, OiTOKKU 22, 1881 OVr.K NIK siaii:. Nashville liml thirty il;itlis i.i.-t Kx-.V:ivor .Sullivan iliol in Clmks- ill I:'. :iMatti-liiy. .Finite Fun!' 1ms lieon confirmed n-t niii-! t-r a Jii'kon. 1 in'ii- im Ih'ii M'Vt'ii tli t'.ln in the '1 eiim-.tM'C Methodist Conference, dur ing tlif past, year. 11. 15. Child-, wif'oand jrue.it.i wire jinisoiied liv e ating canned beef tongue in Memphis I ii.i l neck. There are 085 jirisoiKTs inside the jK'fiiifiit i;ity hihI.ViO Rt hrHiich jirisoiis making a totnl of 1,236. vVavtily Journal: Dr. R. S. Na pier, nho wi kicked ly his horse lust, week, iit'itr Juhnsonville, died buiiday night sit 10:30 o'clock. Uellville Progress, 15: The saleon keepers of Crockett co., have .struck. On account of the heavy tax they have put up diinks to l." cents. C.ipt. Keycr, of the famous Porter llifles, has Oeen clouted superintend ent of the Nashville water w...

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. — 29 October 1881

".. . ' '.'"J V 1 '.wtna.,w.w i' jbwwwi ji a imi'mnxurww m m iinwnim i ! i inn rim mi i m n nn. VOL. VIII. MILAN, TENN., OCTOBER 29, 1881. NO. 32. Milan Exchange. it 1 1 1. no i Tint: lAiu is. ' liicnito. At. I.oiilw A .-OrlcHiiM II.R. Tmin leave Milaa as follows on ami after 'uly 4, Ismj. PSSH(()KR TRMNS. . 1, north, leaves at 'i;40 am .No. 2, south, " 1 : in am Tlt.mil I fiftoAn ..'.V.VirtV.L'll,V.',"tU.. .1 2:4'. pm u.liiu... ' T'li All.M'.i:, .U'i'iit. .Milan. onlvvllle t- NhsIivIIM A ;. N. K. It. ' Trains leave Milnn as (nllows on and after I June '-T, I PAHHKNORR TRAINS. o. 1, nuuui, leitv e h t iJ: aiu No. " " 1:10 pin No. .I, " " (to Humljoldtf... 9: SO ai.i Vo. 2, north. " 12: rm n. 4. " " 2:;V am No. , " " ( Accominoilat'n) 4: Si mi Wwr'r on Sot. 5 ami ft, run between limn- ...t MI'.) I.M-WlllC. GRAND DEPOT FOR Dry Goods AHI Clothing ! ROBERTSON & BOTTS, Jackson, Tenn., HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM Til K Eastern Markets an immense and rarc lully selected stock of DRY GOODS,...

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. — 29 October 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. AV. A. WADK, Iutlllier. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. NEWS IN BRIEF. Compiled from Various Sources. t.TITITET STATES SENATE. ' Tim Senate resumed It e-Mon on the 31st. Mr. Sherman ca-tlivl up ft resolution of fered by him prior to the recess, mlllnjr on tlin Secretary of the Troasiirv for tho roports f James K. XfHin. Mr. Farley offerl nn unieii'ttnent to include with the report the testimony taken 'lining the invcitiiratlon. Ni'sr. Piiwcs Hii'l Sherman opposed the nmcnilment. Tim amendment was lost ayes, 81, nays, St, biiM the resolution was adopted patty vote, and Iy1s (111.) voUnir with Re publicans. Mr. Mel'herson presented peti tion of certain memhen of tnn State of New York against tho title of Messrs. Miller and l.nphvn. Referred to the Committee on Irivtlo(frii and Klnctions. After an executive .session tho Senate adjourned. On tho SKJi, tho President pro tern, laid before tho Senate a omtnnnieation from the Secretary of tho Treasury In responxo to the resolution...

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. — 29 October 1881

t THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. -A. WADK, 1mIIIf1ii. MILAN'. - - . TENNESSEE. DO HIS I nut with I'orl-i. tho "tvpho d mnMoi: Id'ri'rivik wu laden with wrcat lied ftow f'I'M; I snt titnl wooed her, through ounliht whccl .tur. Ami turndown ri callny, f r hours and hour. Anil ho. in v Iorl. who-'p hip lneln' n Wilit tnnnicr rust'- of iar- pTl'u mo. 'The while I sued he, kept bushed and hoark- Olvd Till shales had datkencd from jrloss to Hi oill. Bhe tom hf'l my "houldor with fonrful flnsrer; Siiohh1: Hi! linger: we inu"t not "iiiyi My rock in clunker, mv hoop will wander; Heboid tbi'iii yonder how far they try!" I nnwpr il. holder: " Nay, lot mo hoar you, Ami otill lio near yon. and still adore: No wolf nor st. tiniror will touch one yearling; Ah: Nluy, my darling, a moment more." Bhe whispered, siifhriig: "There will be sor row Bovincl to-morrow. If I lose to-day: My fo il unifiiiirdo I, mv Hook unfolded, J shall be scolded and sent away." And 1, replying: " If they do mis you, Tbcy outibt t...

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. — 29 October 1881

duster, Missouri. 0' 01. BROWWILl g f - ( .1 mm. mssm. IALIM, MISSOURI. . i HIM AO, ffiTOC&Y mrvvw . pen; wwrrfwmiiwy iwTrmar iillCIIMTL We desire to call your attention to a few interesting fools coa&R5 the Goods trade of Ffika a.d the adyantages we have over rfhsr K-p.s v, fawn? VnAi.hr as we do for seven stores, two of which are whoksafe hms, m are fa esaMed b retail goods at prices no other house can compete with. We Ime revived and are receivii" v cry day New Goods, which we will sell cheaper than they can be fcoug'ii; ekcwLere. Gall aid e::ani ine our goods and prices. We will pay the highest market prices for all kinds of Comilry Produce, such as Hides, Tallow, Bees- x, Cotton Seed, Dried Fruit, Eggs, Wool, &c, &c. ' PLAUT & FRENZ. .VI XX. SATl'UDAY, 0CT01JEU 1'S1. .I.lt. i lol In Ml' , t 'II' lllll'f. (licit VV('i)- !:'. jM". ICx'"!! NC!- j )':!' l- ;ii i i-.n . .:.(. i .wis w il v i"-t.. I le n us it p, ii-1 usi nr. i jfi'Mim i tl.in'l. - Well. Vet: k:i,...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 October 1881

ULAN EXCHANGE .SATURDAY. OCTOBER 2J, 11. OVER THE STATE. j Nnsliville Imd a light onow last j Monday night. Th grand jury nt Nnhville fiilod In tlnil h tru dill rtgttinst Kciuilnr I 1! irrHt for lirihery. , Memphis a (lie lierdic. 11 n 1 the i:i)rs (iroiiounce thctn a luxuiiesj cum juirfil with the Ivire street car?. ! A vrrll ui Mr. Whitfitkrr's f'iirm, ' ti"iir licllf Hiicklt. in Iifi!finl county, ; nt cidniiif nceil li m ing cmil oil on a Miiall .'ide. A MenijiliH painter who moved to viil'S Coloia.lo, a lew d.tys a't, i- ii'i'.v th owner of h mine woith 1 ,0o,&00. Frank Thoiton and Ja. Atkins h.ve lefn Hrretfl and placed in jnil nt Jar-per for violating the internal revenue laws. Some steamboat renstabouts poked fun Ht a Memphis hunter as lie was stepping off the boat, and he peppered one f them with shot. It is rumored that the Erlungur indicate to take charge f the Rugby colony, and Americans instead of Englishmen lie placed in charge. One company bus pnid into White count...

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. — 29 October 1881

a I0KKIU1VK CO'ThAMAL. Tb Ontvnnlal Celebration at YorK lon n. Vau-Laying or (he Corner fltonaofthe IHonnmeat rommrmorx IIto of Ilia Kiii-render of Lord ( nrn wall! Interesting Addressee, by President Arthur, ilax Ontrey, 71 a r qnla da lto-liamban and Olliera Honors to tb llrltlaa PlagF.te. Yokktowh, V a., U-tobf r IS. The boom of cannon at the camp near the old Mnore Homo at an early hour an flounced l lie dawn of tho first Centennial day. A libt rain lmJ fallen during the rnrly nijiht, and In a measure laid the dust. As tho sun rose, the harbor presented a grand anil ltio-in? spectacle. The river at this point Is one of the broadest and most beautiful on this coast, and magnificently calculated to display tho grand flotilla which now floated in peace where the fleet of Ie Grasse lay at anchor one hundred years ao. Tho seven great wir-shlps and other vessels of the navy were nnchored in a lino exlcndins along the entire river front of the town, and forming a strong contrast wllh t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 October 1881

USIJFL'L AM) SU(iESTIVE. Save tho m'uMle grains of the finet ears of corn for s!eil. A iiomvsjioiulnnt writes: "A silver spoon plaoi.-ii in cans or tumblers will prevent cracking, no mutter how hot the fruit or jelly is. I have lioiird iron was as pood, but have not tested it." Mildew is bet removed by dipping the goods into it very weak solution of chloride of lime a heaping teaspoon ful to a quart o' water." If the stans tlt not at once disappear, place in the Btiti lor a fow minutes, after which rinse thoro'ifjhly. Apple cake. (Jrate a small loaf of stale bread; pare and Hlice about one ciuart of apples: lightly butter a pud ding mold, dust it well with tlour and then with sugar and fill it with layers of bread crumbs, npples and sugar, us ing a very little cinnamon to flavor it. Let tho top layer bo of crumbs and put & few bits of ' butter on it. Hake tho cake for about one hour iu a moderate oven. Pla:n Steam Pudding. Two cun fuls of sour milk with some cream in it, three c...

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