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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 October 1876

TEE CJSE-BOTTOMED CEAIR. BT THACmEIUT. I uw"1 M Klpwra that Umt it the ban , And a rawi old jar art. pr-rl .iwd witheirara. Away frotu tlm world and it tuiia and ijum, I've a (Dug little kingdom ujj Jour paira of ateiri. To mount to thii malm l a tuil. to tx aura. But Ue Ore tiicre ia bright and the air rather pore; And the view I behold on a nnthlnjr day la grand, through tliechimney poii-aoTer the way. Thlnu littler.hamlier in crammed in all nook! With worttilena uld kmcknacka and ailly old txkfl. And filih old mlJi and foolish old enda, Crarked tutririuna fiom brokura, cheap keep aakea Irom frirnla. O.d armor. print, pictures, fipei, china (all cra'k-'ii. Old ricn-ty tntdea aad chaim broken-larkel; A two-Mnny t-wt.niirj, wondr-tut v er. M hat matter: 'im j.lc-4aut to you, Jricnd, and No better d ran nce l U.e Sii'L-.n rpmiin Than tSiecreavinr old nf fiat Wka by the (Ire: And ti wnndrr(il, aiirrlir. what niiinic tkmi get WL . i an praying nig cimi irom a lurcOTinn'dcaBip; .j iiwi ...

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. — 19 October 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.M4M., a.dHoraud ljbllh-r. rKS"RII1'IOX RATI.S. Two J -liars n y?r; r-r., i,i;r for oil montbr; 5fty eetiu I' r lire a.-,iti:i, imvabiably ix au ;nrt. .r i:ktisi hat is. wh-k I 1 t'i 1 To 2 ri 3 0"l 4 " 6 W )" ' 2 wteki ' 1 1 2 3 '-: 4 6 I1' V N IS . et V- ' 2 3 2- 4 Ml 75) 8 of 12 M! 2 i ni-mihl 2 ""' 4 "" 5 ; 7 11 10 i0 IS (V i' l ; 4 (-. '-I s '11 m ill iri'22 ivi " ., x M v.i 14 TS'ffl SiMK j S ii 10 i 14 '7 oil Zt .Vi,:7 0" -, I 7 i; ' i 1 ii Jl ill 27 in 44 II) 7" III .' s f i'J .v. i J rt. 22 'l ! fll SO III l III 0 j'i. 17 HI "X '' III 3 I" lS (Hi HlS HI 1 year ..!l3 ") 27 . dS HI. 45 I" 75 fll IJI l DotiMc-c.lninn i Ivcr-iscmetits, 1 percent, ad- -s:i.:c on U.t: .'.l.ove rates. Xr;.'!"-'' run a 1 vn isemenU, 20 percent. d- v in.-o on the .stove rat's. A ufrti" Ti i i . i t-cuny special position, 11 ,or f-pi. ad-.'ioi'-e m the above rates. ,(.. ni .Vri:w," irf the same type as local ro.nl fir ti :"'t '' 'ucc'.ts n-r line. A I! mi' i n: .-!v nitment must h...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 October 1876

f t "limJh.,,JVa'.,WlU?-l,MB''JUt.BKH M I L AN EXC H A NGE. THi'Ko.Y,MTi;i: ik;. iit:Mi:u rf e. LOyiSVILlE&GT.SOUTHEBfi railroad um;. TRAINS tJl.M Sol IH. I 7T. I N.i. 3 April SI. 1ST". Hilr Ex, Daily. t Sunday. . i Sv. b Daiiy. l.r Milan l!:'p.m. I-':!1".. 3:l'ia.m A ' Huiniioldt 1:4.". p.m-: 3 AS "Brownsville il " j l.?m - ISIS " " Me.apPis.... f:4" " 3 5U " J :i " TKMN Ni- 1 rt.nneet at Lriao.a June, ssilh knoaville Branca; at Cave lily t And from Mammoth Cave: at la-row J a to and from Glasgow; at .shiili with arb v.lle and Chattanooga Railroad : at Decatur ilh slenipbis an 4 .'bari'.-tii Railroad: at Calera ah (.. h. k I). I'.. K. : at Oatbr.e with .'-t. Louis and SocTh-astem Ksilwav; at keerie aith Nashvil.e and N "rthwr-ti-rn l'uilway: at Motit:iiti.-ry itb Mobile and ii '..'jiojiirv K;ii!roi, for J'eiai-uU. Molulo and New Cirlcana. I RAIN Nn. S eonneeta at Nanhritln with Nabi lile ai. J Chattanooga Kailr.m'l: at l-- atnr with Mceupliif and ( barlrarloa riailr.Miri; at l!...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 October 1876

GENERAL BRETTTIES. Wekdem, Tniu-ips ajs, f 9,000,000 worth of 'Boston is owned' by women who have no voice in its government. A Richmond belle is to marry a man who epet nine years in prison for rob bery; but he hua behaved admirably since his release. ... . AcojfPAsr cf 'self-styled American Indiaua are print? exhibitions in Brus sels to large audiences. They are of the kind Una speak with & brogue, " The Centennial boot " Is the latest wrinkle for the ladies. It is especially adapted for the erposnre of the exqui sitely embroidered white and colored silk stocking! noweolling for $25 a pair. Jcik-.e Lixdemax, of Cincinnati, sen tenced a little boy to two years' impris onment for stealing a newspaper from a doorstep. The lad'8 mother was thereby made insane, and the magis trate U the object of public indignation. A TOt o girl, who formerly resided in St. I'eter, Minn., has been, until about a month since, performing the part of a brakeman on the Wells Rail road, running into Man...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 October 1876

THE EXCHANGE W. A. WADE. BallaratMi tallr. triwM-MirTlw KATK. Twodoflsr year! rnicdfllorf'Wsix month-; fty Niti fur three months, iui.t I - ASOV.. AVVCKTIKINU ItATKft. H X ! t o 0 2 5" e nil i. L 1 week 2 w tvs .; -: 1 month 2 " .1 -4 -5 i 11' 1 TV ; V; 3 0 4 W W ) 1 . 2 50 S ju. 4 ., 14 JSO 15 (II 2 '' l3:4lto,JH,Htt 2ii i 2 .St' 4 i 5 .w 7 im lit ( 15 2'i in 4 0 .VI '-I 11 " H. ufi 50 4l f" 5 in s mi II M u 7A ;n w an u' so w S 11 1U W 14 OM 17 .tU 13 ft. 37 W ) 7 m'll wi ! 2u on 27 u 44 cn' 7u m 0 in 13 .vi id on ti vi t ou -V) wi flu on 1 rear ... Ill flu 30 to) 27 ( : ( 45 HO 75 (JO 1JU ip ,io r m on 2 i) j k i loft ui fJouble-columa advertisement, 10 percent. ad vance on the above rates. Trirle-eoiewio advertisement. SO percent, ad ru ea Ike above rate. Advertisement to oeeuiy special position, 10 per rent, advaaee oa the aixive rater. "Local Xoaa." (ia ta same type as local reading malice.) lo cent per line. A l tr nneat Jwtwml meat bo paid for ia advance. Yearly advertisemen...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 October 1876

MILAN, C UJlT?EN5Tr01I CS 15 IT kb w ST, iwkfMhe, wan the scene of a terrible tragpfiy bn'the night of the 13ih'.L An ol.lTnan named Trim, his daughter? MrThayer, and hrt-Jit-tic girl, were probably all three mur dered and tlick bodies placed la a barn, which was set on fire, evidently for the purpose of destroying all traces of the horrible" ffuie.'' T.'hcJr charred remains were footd- i tbe ruins 1 of the tarn on the oUowing ir-nrsLn?. .-Tii6 house and allTb'?t ttilldJiS oa Ihfi premises were a-bjo- burned -It is knmnrthat Mrs Thayer LaJ some' f S'X) in money ; in the home, r".r!4,-rh?.$ ?S supposed to have beonliiliiroTiUvTB td the fearful crime. ' xnat'iiAnicd Frank XanJer had bc?n irCTtwJ -on" inpIc1on, and the excited neighbors threatened ti lynch' him if frrwun -guilty - v A si'EQAll.dis)aU;a froni .Columbia, S. C, to the JJeW'Tork Times, 15th, says that ka. ' Ki.ert Commander of the Department of the South, has had along consultation with kiv. Cham berlain and with the Chair...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 October 1876

to f"ottitics;i"iirvx!. All oommumcation for this utfwr BhouM be accompanied by the name M ih anu'ior; not awe eji)TforpiU.liaiwm,fcxitnsTi4ear'es' fl1 faith on the part of tlie wriur. VI rile only on otoe Me ol tile paper. He partk-olarty eareful, in pit:- name and dales, to Bar i figure iilain and distinct. Harvest Apples. V Tomon walks fro. 1 he fle njen . .She walks with stately mien. And in ber mantle the carries Apples yellow and green. They glow like tie Iablel frflJUpc ', ' Uronitlitio ParmofnU, ' As he stood tin the sta bM'ia4 '-l'-' And beard hi fortune tolit. '. ' She bears them netted in0- ' i 1 i Where suQljratiii ilanra nti'1 lay . And thrushes are sinking loudly Their curelOM rouBdclvjr. ; t .-. ... r AndJattertJes black and ailc , . . Klit through the russet leaves; The eicaua plies luaJaWnv t w-t The early cricket STtevna. ! And splendid parterres of crimson, ISIosaama a sua t sa Jjicliaa ttwit IjeaiLi-to Uick0'!1 . VTbo paoes sloaly by. . .J . LI IUpjxirtuig in his...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 October 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2G, 1870. Democratic National Ticket For President, SAMUEL J. TILDEN, of New York. For Vice Present, THOMAS A. HKNDl'JCKS, of Indian. ELECTORS. For the State at Large, VM. B. BATE, of Davidson. E. A. JAMES, of Hamilton. For the Congressional Districts, 1. IL II. INGERSOLL, of Greene 2. MOSES WHITE, of Knox. VT. J. CLIIT, of Warreu. 4. BENTON McMILLIN.of Smith. 5. EDMUND COOPER of Bedford C. THOS. L. DODD, of Davidson. 7. JNO. H. MOORE, of Ilickmau. B. A. ENLOE, of MaHon. O. 811ITIIEAL. ot Tipton. J. W. CLAPP, of Shelhy. 9. 10. Democratic Stale Ticket For Governor, JAMES D. POUTER, of Henry. For Congress, Ninth Congressional District, W. P. CALDWELr, of Weakly. For State Senator from Nineteenth DL-trict, ALBERT G. HAWKINS, of Carroll. For Floater, HIRAM T. JOHNSON, of Gibson. For Representative, G. W. DAY, of Gibson. ELECTION, TUESDAY, NOV. 7. Capt V. M. McCorkie, during the absence of Dr. White, ia editing the Leabanon Herald very ably. He ia a racy...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 November 1876

V 1 I It I I L THE EXCHANGE W. A.WtDi; Klitr aHst PfiHIh. KI BM RIPTIO RATI:. Two dollar yean e dollar for sl month?: fifty wall for three months, mrjuum. is ai- VAVCK. ADTKRTIMVU RATM. -4 XT 3 week i 1 ' I ri' ? ' .t on I f. VI 1" i i-lc ! VI1 ft Mm 4 l V 'Ml U i . weeks , 2 tfi Jt 4 "a,.' T- 1- ai 1 month! 2 'i 4 S " 1" "' 1-" '' 2-' 2 i 4 in, :) Sl 1 ' l'i i' ?' VI 41111 .1 " i .. i M II : 11 7' hi Si i 1i ( 4 15 fill 1H VI 14 m IT X '!' l ! r " ! 7 "I U ' 1" im "." '' 2T 41 -) n 3 1 ft '' ' ' " "' " Hi' . IT i "il 2- on " 1 year... !12 ii 2n 27 mi W ' 4.'i no T.i "1 131 wi Dont.tc-coliimn advertisements, lopor cent. d- lAnrc mi (be above rates. Triple-column advertisement. 20 percent. d- vio-e on the above r;itcs. Ad ertisemcnts to ocrupy special position. In ter cent, advance on tlie aboie rate-, fill Notices," 'in 'hi- name typu a local rending matter. 1 In wtitu i-r line. All transient advcrti-eim-n init lc 1 1 for in advance. 1 early edi erliseinents, quarterly in advance. O...

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. — 2 November 1876

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, i. ITA NK, PuliL'aVr. . .1 1 .1 MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUJU5EXT TOPICS. A Lomkn UjlesTam of the 2:J says: The fiU-My advance in consols and oilier international etoxMcs, which fell during List wink panic, indicates a prevailing impression, hue that war is not immi nent, and that a peaceable solution of the Eastern question is not impossible. The Titnta says: "There is, perhaps, danger that unreasonable alarms may be succeeded by unreasonable hopes, but it is evident that wo cord not do fpair of seeing the criis pass away without an outbreak cf hostilities be twrn Uussia and Turkey.- The recent excitement has had the effect of demon strating what would be the nt'itudo of powers ia case of nggrtssive war iv Eaia." IL M. Wallacjl, JTnited States Mar shal fur Suiith Carolina, has made an official report to Attorney-General Ttift concerning tiie recent troubles at Cain boy, S. U. He. says that a w hite ' mnn Lred the Qrst shot, which killed a ch ared in.m. The negroes then...

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. — 2 November 1876

J- y4 1 t , t L - THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.1TiDF., TlWIiJuT. MILAN, . - TENNESSEE. A Lament. Would jou aak ui why tbii dunning? Why those tad complaints and murmun, Uurmun loud about UclimjuenU H'ho hare mad the paper weekly, Itead hat tliey have nerer paiil for, Hi-ad Willi l-aiire and with profit. Head of church affairs and proejier.:, Kad of newa both bome and foreign, Itead the eaaaya and the poems. Full of wiadom and iatraaion; Head the table of the markets. Carefully corrected weekly Should you ask us why tins dunning? We would answer, wc should tell yon. 1'rom the printer, from the mailer. From the kind old paper anak-ir, ' ' From the landlord, from the "devil," From the man who taxes letters With the stamp of l?nAlrftamnH I'nclo Sam tits rowoVacall hint; . ,, tixxn Uiein ail there com ameasafrs-- -Mcasajre kiud but firmly spoken, "rieaac to pay the bill you owe us." Sad it is to hear tuch message When our funds are all exhausted. When the lat frrrcnlwck has left as; When the ...

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. — 2 November 1876

tri mill i mta MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY. NOY'K 2, 187C. Democratic National Ticket, For President, SAMUEL J. TILDES, of New York. For Vice Prafulcit, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Indiana. ELECTORS. For the State at Largo, VM. B. BATE, of Davidson. E. A. JAMES, of Hamilton. For the Congrespional Districts, 1. H. H. INGERSOLL, of Greene 2. MOSES WHITE, of Knox. 3. W. J. CLIFT, of Warren. 4. BENTON McMILLIN.of Smith. 5. EDM UN D COOPER, of Bedford fi. THOS. L. DODD, of Davidson. 7. .1NO. H. MOORE, of Hickman. 8. B A. EN1X)E, of Madison. 9. G. W. SMITHEAL, of Tipton. 10. J. W. CLA1T, of Shelby. Democratic State Ticket, For Governor, JAMES I). PORTER, of Henry. , ! or Cunrrress Lifriith LonjrrcsMoniil I istnct, J. D. C. ATKINS, of Henry. For State Senator from Nineteenth District, ALBERT G. HAWKINS, of Cari'oll. For Floater, HIRAM T. JOHNSON, of Gibson. For Representative, WM. JOHNSON. ELECTION, TUESDAY, NOV. 7. Don't swap any votes, duty.and victory is ours. Do vour The Republicans now admit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 November 1876

u c 1 ." i 4 I t TILE EXCHANGE W. A. WJt1i:. I'.riilor ad I'Mlill-Jir. Ml tl!S4 Kill iu. ains, T wo d"!!.r yen! : one -1' 1 1 r I'm i t mni.t.if : ft.. cculs tor three uu l. I .ii;Ui:'y l H- ivtnTisix itnrv sr e TIMR. c- week : 1 1 7"i 2 Vi :; if. 4 (i r, M 1 ."' 2 .' m 4 vi ft m 1. i : ii s jf .' i ;V i u .' ii' i 1 IIKi'.lll ! II 'l 4 l V " J J ft I C V i i 2 ,i 1 ;:; - 2 s ::: . :t , i ii m M 7"i u ii :i ui vi in 4 : !.iv.!iiu;r;ri . 7 iii ij i ih m -ji m 4i A in ii . -I 1 1 vi ii in i mi .e . m , 1 1" m 17 (n n ml :t ' Hi ' ycr . :i2 m Ji in 'S. '"i :v m rt '. 12" i juH'-!''-'"tI iim n a-i rrl (Mi.i".tt-, 1" i tni'o .n ilir ilt'.vr r;i- . T'ii'l--.aw:u a-lvi-i li"- :i'.'ii'.. 'yi tir rm.t. yrf i rtt!. r.I nil'1' 'it i .'i'm. rjitt'". ra luu' u.iitit;r.l -fii" !r iiiu:. All tr;n:' inil I v rl-r:ni-l;. nu-t In- .:iM fir ill nJvr nre. i'ejirly a erlifcm'jiits, miar'rrly I II HU Hill". OMtonri 1 riluli nf l!-.w. t nd r.-biurL un limrriu-f . unc bull ! risni ir ml''. fi !ii :u -tiiit...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 November 1876

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W.A. niDK.PiMislirr. - - TENNESSEE. MILAN, CU1HIENT TOPICS. The Sioux Commission has accotn pliohed its mission, and adjourned to meet in Washington Dec. 9. Councils were held at all the agencies on the Upper Missouri, and the treaty was fgncd by all the head chiefs of the dif ferent bands. The Commission, at the request of the Indians, agreed to 3trike out the section proposing to remove them to the Indian Territory. The Indians accepted all the other proposi tions wiihout objection. The German Keichstag, the Imperial Parliament for the whole empire, was opened on the 30th. The Emperor's speech was read by Herr Hoffman, his Majesty being absent on account of in disposition. The imperial speech men lions the general depression in trade and industry in Germany and through' out the world, and states that the object of the Government's commercial policy will be the protection of German industry from the prejudicial effects of one-sided custom regulations in other co...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 November 1876

THE MILAN EXCHANGE W. A. WiltK, r-sblisher. MILAN, TENNESSEE A Penitent's Prayer. Ton k i sscd me at the rate , last n ight, And nillicr heard Die snack; She says it's naughty to do bo, 60 please to t ike it back. I can not w what harm there is In m. h a Diinff -can you? . H it mother wun so Tory wroth, Pleaac tAc i back now do. It teem to ir.e quite natural for the lips to meet ttiut way; Hut mother fays it's very wrong, bo take it bark, I ruy.. And, come to think of it, I'm sure That several times 'twas done; So now, to make, it rilit, be sure And title back e very one. I m ould not have you think it's me; I do not care a njite; lint mother so particular, J'icase take them bark to night. Ciiurc-li Music Poft tlirouirli the rich illumined panes. All down the aisle the sunlight rains An 1 seta in re 1 ami purple tlains. And mill this glory from theskies, We hear the orran-voice ariee, lis wings the waking spirit Hies. It flutters, but it can not soar. Oh.' heavenly music. Jet us pou...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 November 1876

I J MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, NOYR 9, 1876. Hurrah for Tilden ! Hurrah for the Democracy t Hurrah fur the Centennial Union ! Hurrah for Tilden, Porter and the straight ticket, all the way through ! Stiliih. The YaiJen, Miss., Record office, Democratic, i.s for sale. The mater ial is new. Write for particulars. Cardinal Astouc-lli died in Rome Monday. He .a.s ihe Pope's Secre tary of Htate and one of the ablest men in Eurojie. Major H. C. l!;il. has retired from the Lawrenceburg Free Pre, anl is Hucceedcd hy W. J. Bueluuttn, jr. We will miss the Major very much. Barbour Lewis, formerly member of Congress from the Memphis dis trict, has been ui tinted Register of the Land Office at Salt Lake, vice Oliver A. Pattou. The Democracy had grand rallys and torch light jiroces.-ions all over the State last Saturday night. The demonstrations in Nashville,Memphis and Knoxrille are unprecedented. Gen. W. R. Hamby, of Gov Por ter staff, married MI.-s Mary F. Burns j in Nashville last Monday l.e U...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 November 1876

"1 V the exchange! U. I.W liU, IUIirn4 rnblUltrr. M'ltV Kll"l I KIT1V TititH i!!;trm year: d'.llat f..r i month-: f:y r.-nlf lor tlirve woihuf, ivakiaiii.y in an . fi:. ADVi:itT!:U R.1TIX week 1 W 1 7i 1" si X ' ! r, : lo ia. 2 -. 1 Vl ! S X .Vn ( Vl (l ilt 1" Hi . week ,2 : .1 .T, 4 h T.'i n VJ :' -J. ' I month 2 4 ' ' " 7 i 1m m 1'. '' if. ' I ' 4 in ' ') M Vl 11 (m .i ii 22 S 4l :t " .1 11 :'a; II .'SI 1 I 7"l JO IM ''' ll .ll 11 4 ' '. i M i II Im IT "it 2.1 Vl :iT hi tin im ; " 7 mi i; cm I'i i 2ii 27 44 m 7" m ' . :i . Is ii 22 i i .Vi "i n is. ti c ti 17 ii 2 ui :W ''" im u" im I vrar . i- 2H 27 ' :Ci tin 4'i 71 ll 12" ii ltiMlj.i!ijijm -id vert Lenient. 1" ier cei.t. ad- v ane n t he a In.ve rale.. Tri'l"--lu.no advertisements, 2ft jK-r cent, a.l- vafi'-e on th1 nlnivr !, ljverti-einent--to ..-iipy Miei-jji (million, 10 i,r 'tit. al. aio-e n iit above rates. .oti-c," 'in the same t'e a local ren-IOir. ln.-llT.t loeelit fr I !". All transient alvcrtiscuieiil- miil le h iti fo...

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. — 16 November 1876

t THE MILANJXGHANGE, W.A.TfiDE, rbi;r. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. CUFJIENT TOPICS. A special dispatch to the St. Taul IHonrer-Pr(, dated Camp in the field on the Yellowstone, Oct. 27, via Bis marck, Nov. 4, says : Gen. Miles, com manding the troops on the Yellowstone, after fighting, defeating and pursuing Sitting-Ball and the confederated tribes under him, -1 his day accepted the sur render of 400 lodges of Indians belonging to the Cheyenne Agency, these tribes surrendering five of their principal chief j as hostages and guar antee of their faithful compliance with the terms of the surrender. These bands are to go at once to the Agency, where, upon their arrival, they are to submit to the requirements of the Gov ernment. The Indians held as hostages left this evening for St. Taul under charge of strong guards. Cardinal Ahtonelli died in Rome on the 6th. On the day preceding his death he was transacting some business with the Pope, when he was seized with a severe attack of gout in the c...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 November 1876

THE MILANJXCHANGE. W. A. WIDE, Pabll.bcr. MILA, - - TENNESSEE. An Unfinished Letter. "ka Deahwooii, Sept. 20, 18:6. 'Dear Ji:kkt: We readied here this morning Tom Itaier, Nel Leonard and I; bo you see that, in fpiw of your warning. The end of our Jouruey it nigh. "The n l t-Llna 'tin scarce worth a mention Ifcm'i unj b ut me, I ray Have shown on no little attention Coiiiound Uh-iu tUorg on our w&. ' Toor Scd'a got a ball in the ahouMcT, Another one jut jrrazel my side; But pshaw ! ere we're half a day ohler, We'll be at the end of trur ride. "We're camped licre for breakfast; Tom fplitlirir Rome kindling wool off in the pines, And artridea dead eedsr I'm iittitig, " To hastily in you these lines. "A courier from Deadwood we met him Juht now, wilh a mail for the StaUa Ahl Jenny, I'll never forget him) For this most obligingly wnita. - - "lie aays, too, the miners are earning; i Ten dollars a day, every man. llullol here comes Torn he's reluming , AnU running a f art a he caa. . "...

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. — 16 November 1876

r x i 1 MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY. NOVR 1G, I87G. Up to the time of going to press, the election for Prps? (lent is Hill un-. settled. Last week we announced that Tilden is certainly elected. We still believe he is elected by the peo ple, and by a majority ranging from 300,000 to 400,000. The IlepuhlN cans admit that he Lis sure one hun dred and eighty-four electoral votes, and he requires only pne hundred and eighty-five to elect him. Both jr ties Btill claim South Carolina, Flor ida and LouL-iana; but it in thought the Badical returning boards of tlwtse States pjay throw out Democratic votes enough to declare the States for Hayes. A number of prominent Democrats and Republicans are in New Orleans to witness the count in that State, and we will oon have the correct history of the election there. Prominejit gontlemen are also in Flor ida and South Carolina.to see if fraud ts attempted. Oregon is still in doubt, fvith, a prospect ol its going for Tilden. There is great excitement all ...

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