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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 November 1876

. TIIKKXCIIAXGlv A. A. I'.t KaUror em I'liMUhrr. M MM RIlTt(l KTtH. T dollar rear: uned-dlar r .ix uv.ath': fifty ci-nt for thro mouth., urunii.i is AM-.. .(IIUrI.Vi RAT IX. f I - ' ttwr. . p I week I tM I ' 2 3 nn 4 ii ii e.-k : I Am, 2 -'at' -1 'i 4 mm "i 'i mi . k . i u'. sn. . m 1 Mith' i -Va 4 i 7 m n w l.'i in 2" i 1 4 VI M U i 1i Mi Vi 4i in x " ' m k) l m i :: m n in 4 - ; mi u Vi 14 "J 17 Mi X7 in fit ifi .' ' 7 in ,i In iai 31 wi il) 44 7i mi i i:. j.i .vi l wi mm mi wi so mi iii V p- 17 It J : m in u mii I jwr . 12 -mi wi 27 in :ct m in 7"i ii 1 Ji wi 1 Lw-J mmn aJ-rti--uiuiita, liiac-rci-ut. ad- arn-e on the aiove rat.-. Trii4 ulu-iio adii-Ttteai-at'.3J iwrccat. ed- vau-v u the alaave rate. A dvi-rtl-a)f ate t iaajy apc-tal ioitioii, 11 t f?il. luivi aec mj tlx aimve mini. ..wal Xtie." 'in the nine tvM: a local rewding in-itt-r. In ewnta pee lino. A II transient advertisement, maat larpaid for in a-ivaiK-e. Yearly adivrtiarmitut. quarterly ia 4vuk. Obituaries. 1 ribntc 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. — 23 November 1876

THE. MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WiDE, PaMuber. J . ( ', - . TENNESSEE. MILAN, CU1UIENT TOPICS. Ei-ropeajc advices on the 10th were na follows : Irince Milan protests against garrisoning Belgrade by a Eus eian brigade. Austria has not yet ac cepted the proposal for a conference of the Towers. It is stated that tht Porte has raised several objections to the proposed conference. The Czar made a speech on Friday, in which he said Russia would insist upon her de mands. Me. T. C. Thurston, editor of the Tlatte City (Mo.) Adix-e-ale, was on the 11th assaulted and knocked down by Mr. R. T. Parnall, formerly connty Treasurer. Thurston drew a revolver and fired at his assailant, missing him. Darnail then fired at Thurston, the bul let striking him just below the right eye, ranging downward and lodging in the back of the neck. Notwithstanding his wound Thurston fired two more Miots, "but again missed both times. Thurston's injuries are supposed to be fatal. Darnall was arrested and lodged in jail. ...

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. — 23 November 1876

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, Publisher. MILAN, TENNESSEE. November. BT K. WOKNAK IKKI)0J. The touch of chill November Fall on the waiting land; T e oak tm and the lire he With shivering branches stand; winter! deputation ! felt on every band. Tbe dead stemsmourn their flowers; The bare tra mourn their leaves; The roioe of coming winter Sobbing sirhs and jrrtcves; And the drear November sunset It lengthened shadow weave. There break not on the lilcnce The twitter of a bird ; Within the forest arche Ko summer song i beard ; And only liy the north wind The leafless limb are stirred. O birds! O leaves! O flowers! O fading things and brief I Our human live are falling As falls the autumn's leaf. And in our drear November Our hearts arc bowed with grief. And jet the winter's bondage Tbe ice, the frost, tbe snow Khali melt again and vanish When spring's warm breezes blow, And under winter's covering: The flower of hope shall grow. NOEL HAUSSER. Iear Friend: I would be very glad to accep...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 November 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY. NOV'Il 23, 1870. The political situation has not ma tonally changed na onr last. The K'turulag lmrd of South Carolina de clared that Hayes and Ilampton had carried that stati. The Democrat. appealed to the Supreme Court against I he decision. The Court was to decide he question yesterday The vote is Winn canva.wd in Louisiana; but the general impreMon is thnt the election will be derided in favor of Hayes, al- i to turn the electoral votes of Suites ihough tVi is a bare lability that I which undoubtedly voted for Tilden, .tmaTbegiventoTUdencnaccountofai,J marching troop into State , i I where there is no possible pretext for he tremendous nenular majority lie re-; . . 1 . , . . 41 J ! their presence, in order that lniud vJveA Tie Kadical Governor fi niay be safely consumatel. Plorida is Throwing every obstacle in J And yet this i just what wc see. lhe way f fair count in that State Governor Til h n hits conceded to him luitl possibly can. The impression ! r...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 November 1876

n-nmriffiiw inn rvuvN ul LOUISVILLE &GT.SOUTHERS stttswMuimm gtw mum r 1- W. A.eVAItK, lraal Poltll.hrr. RAILROAD LINK. n H i 1 I M kt BVKII'l IO. KIII.H. Twe dullars a year; one ! 1 In r f-r.ix month': .ft cents lor three n:untb, ! i sgiAei.r IS tu-(int. H -J T tT I : i s , i b I a - ; a 'MM ill:! TIKt. : ir kL ' I '', 1 7i 2 wek 1 ;) 2 "'i J 2 il iij t "si lo i .'t 4 ! f.t ? it l"t is. 4 ' T, 7V si 1J :"i .1. I mnMth 2 .Vi 4 in " , v in (' l- J-l isl 2 i 4 "si K :) 11 e )" hi hu 40 isi S " ; iiu .V, 1! i- It l"i w :41 on .ViMe 4 " isj J" VJ 14 is IT li .'si 37 ' on fi " IT ; ' 'J li " '.M iT ' 44 isi To a ' j r ' i t vi i" mi i' ii :n ii im In ,C, ;7 ii 21 I'i m ' i" S no In". ik I year ... '1J ( 31 it Z, i w,4ft to T.'i J lji it i")ul.i-.-..lumn aP-vrtiseDic nts. 10 cr cent. d- aee on the S';Vf rstet. Triple-.-oliimn advert :ements. 20 per rent, a d- mil'-' on tile aivc rate. A dvcrtis-i:ic i-u l. iii' unv sieciHl position, 10 l er oevT. advance f,u f Ur e.MiVc rate. "L"l .V....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 November 1876

THE MILANJXCHANGE. w.jL'ffinf:, Pnti:hrr. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CUiniEXT TOPICS. Thk St. Paul Pioncer-Prett of the 6th says : This evening a detachment from the Lake Survey, consisting of lieutenants V. W. Lock wood and F. M. Price, and Engineers Tower, Tee pie, Walter Russell and Walton, leaves the city for the exploration of the bed of the Mississippi Ri?er, at the junction of that river and the Ohio, at Cairo They have an apparatus consisting of a three-inch tube 150 feet in length through which they propose to bore in- to the sub-marine earth and ascertain the composition of the bed npon which the Father of Waters stretches his weary limbs. The work will be direct ed to points where changes of current or other causes may hereafter embar ass navigation, and will indicate where tredpng and what kind of dredging may be profitably, undertaken. Thekk are four States in each of which two I'nited States Senators are to be elected this winter, viz. : Colora do, Louisiana, Tennessee and ...

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. — 30 November 1876

-THE MILAN EXCHANGE, Vi. A. WAllK, rblhrr. - . TENNESSEE. MILAN, ' Pane Pictures. IIT BOSE I'F.KRT COOKE. A wonder-worker all nipht lone Has wrought hit buk for me; Sow, y tlie cold and dinUnt dawn. Hid miracles I see; l!is graving on tlio. win-low ianc. Of magic tracery. Here lifU an Alpine summit, Hoop As it tlie heavenly stair, A war-aiilc r.roas Inflow the path, llul not a pilgrim there; No sad fare of humanity, No agony of prayer. An here, before a lonely la A fringe of rie-U ami ferns; Across the water' crystal chill Ko dying sunsets burn You hoar not on that rushy shore The call of drake or tern. Here lie a crowd of broken boughs. A w indfall in thowfwls: Some wild and wondering hurricane Hath wrecked those solitudes: Hut on that tangled dreariness No living step intrudes. And here is Arctic war to and woe; A glacier's mighty face, klajektic in its awful man h. Slow seaward from its place. Beneath that frown of solemn death There live no human trace. But slowly from the joyfu...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 November 1876

5 1 t rilEKXCIIANGI: THURSDAY. NO Y'll 30, 187C. Hon. W. T. Caldwell left fur War-liinirton votonlav. Judge Turue-y aud Hon. J. D, At t.ins are the J.ulcson Di-patch' fjYor fir United States S-nator. A number of leading northern lie ..ibliran i:ipon are con-lemning the i ideality of the returning hoards. The Uallatia Examiner favors "Ion J.A.Trou laic for f-pcaker of the J-"iate S:uate. He would rrake a-'iod o'Dcer. Congress meets next Monday. There i. a feeling of great anxiety iu Wa-!iiii'Ion a to w hat rtoji" the li.iu-o ' ike iu regard to the I'res i It ntial muddle. A we go to jress the count is pro ceeding in riorida, with a prosptct of a vict'-iy fir Till-n. The count in Loui.-iana CMniiiiui-s, Lut no one has any hope of a fair r-. turn. Only t'iree nc!n!frs of the Ia?t iencral As-'-mldv -f Teiinsee were r --el--cte-i. X:!ir'H- ilintar. Only line) :n -ru!ers of the List ( ifiit-r.:! A-nilIy wcie caudidatvs i'-r re t !ec:i--;i, - t-.r .-s we know. There i; a report in WaMiingr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 December 1876

J j i tn inr ra'ma-rTr--aT!r rr. Tin: i:xciiAX(n: CO A D . i: It T I E. I. i' S r ft am W. A. W A IxtituraiMl l'nhllUi-r. MRMKIITIOK II4TW. Two H,.ll.tr- year: on-dollar r.r .it mnntV: ' ,. j advi:ktiniu bti. j l i i i 11 s- Tim. , , I t 1 ! wrek 1 1,1 1 " - '" t ' &l 1 ' ; ,...., : I i 2 .vi. 3 Vi 4 Vi ui (i ,vi j.-, ni Immii : in . i i in ii I .. in , : i id .'m v 1 .,).. i vi 4n x " ! ii Vili;., J'iii ("nn jimi 4 - s m in ,j II i i; .Vi 21 Vj x i ii i " 7 2 'In lii ! 3 m 27 " 14 ii Tli ii B . i: IU n li m i; m :i m 'J in .tn 17 ii m i ni -p, vi i.i -m im l. Ill III. 1(1 I year . ,12 im 2n mi 27 ill : in 4 hi 7S m 1.11 ill I'oiil.ie-cotu-iii. 'rt!i'Tnvuti', 1iinr n-tit. ad- an.-e mii the above Mhf. Triplo-eolmtin advorti-ciiicnt-, 'JO -rccit, a-l- a.ice t4i Ihe a',..- rate. Ailicni-einciit. Io M--iii.y w-rial po-lilon. 1 per cent. ..Ivan,' m tlie al-ove rat.-,. l.o.-al Noliee.' i m ihr Mine !. a local rvadiiie Miatt.-r.i ir.-nt per line. . A ii tfan.ii ui J irtinioMi. mu-ii.r....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 December 1876

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A. WAUK. PuMihfr. . - TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUKKEXT TOPICS. There was long session of the Cab inet, on the 1st, at which it is said the hubjiM-tof Federal intervention in South Carolina was fully discussed. Secreta ry Fish, it is reported, took a very de cided stand against the policy pursued by the Administration in that State, 1ut the Associated Tress reporter, while rrivig -currency to the ru inor, hays it can not be authenti cated. A letter from General Kuger to Genera! Sherman was read, in which the writer says ho anted under a misap y.rt henMuii in hlntiening soldiers at the door f the House to prevent the in prers of persons claiming to be mem bers, but who were refused admittance by the 1j irkecper. As soon a3 he was fully informed if all the facts in the c:im', he adds, lie ordered tbe troops withdrawn, and determined to confine bis action solely tv the preservation of ( he pea-'c. ' The ofll ifcl report f Col. Macken io's ro-. nt fight with the Cheyennes...

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 December 1876

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A.WAIfc, rablisker. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE, Autumn Hong. HT MABT E. ATKIN0C. TUe leave, hecm to fall. Tin r strew the p&r!cn walk and forest floor. The II on era Rule and tall. O l.i.ve, let dear ;ve lilosnom more and more. That IboUf L from --tr UtMe ti ling bloom -iepart TV re may tlx lc w summer in my heart. Te amrjr birds all arc fltwn. The day dawn ain.se. Uwm the joyous birde I A. Lore, sine these are pone. Make icl.'l my heart the oftcncr sri:h Uiy word let that ruusl , teivler.aect, mott dear, J'ill up the silence of the dying yearl Ttie dava are short and pa'.e; Fy flow decreet the wamiiir aim retiree. I'srling, when sunbeams tail, IaI the sweet wannUi of )..ve' perpetual Arts Mi-d comfort in the hidden world apart, W here e lo dwell toet-tltr-r, heart to h?art. Sweet Lore. tticwifrfc a-inti chill Earth's maimer l.iuty darkens and destroy. Onrhrart lifr koometh No change hut growth irom Joy to deeper Joys, For love's the air of heaven's w n blehned ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 December 1876

MM THE exchange THU1WDAY, DECK 7, 1870. Oregon' (iovcrnor tik hesitating nt lat ncoonnU about issuing a cer tificate to Watts. A theatre burned in Brooklyn Tiifs day nijrht, and it is supposed many lives were lost There was a Urrible panic. The imprest-ion traiiis eround that Kus-i:i aii'l Turkey will certainly fight. It seems to be impossible to k ep ufl war between those powers. T. : i iinceiUiiu whether other powers will participate. j C'hamlH ilain's bulldozing Iygishi- ture 1kl ditlared him elected (lov enmrof South Carolina. Hampton is the h'lral (iovcnior, and nw he r 7 will stirk. Several Republicans have 1 gunc over to his. Legislature. The Lmiian:i returning Imnrd, as wio. cx-cted, threw out over 10,000 dciiKH'ratic votes and counted the state for Hayes and the balance of the ti ki t. If that board ever gets justiiv, the devil's dominions will re ceive several new subjects. , . ..... t l At the municipal election in lba - . . . . Ill ;ioii last Saturday three negro Alder- ...

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 December 1876

! I t OXOEKAED TIME. lOUIME&GT, SOUTHS THE EXCHANGE! . A.VT IK. Mliorimil sshlLber. KAILK4AD LINK. M ltM KirTINX It .ITHk Two dollars a year: one dollar for six mouth:: tfty cents lur three mouths. liiit in 0- J. M S. TK.AIN3 ttOU'll SOUTH. t X. 1 I No. 3 April31.1CS. n.tly Ex Uaily. I Saada. I No. 5 lail7. Milan The L MiUn ll:.Vp.m. 12:Ja.m. 3:.a.m Ar Humboldt 12::)a.m.:i2:4S p m- S: " " Prewn.rille: 2:V " 1.50 " .VIS " Mmpli.: 5:40 " 1 3:50 " :US ' aivi:ktinixu batik. 5 -I H ? 1 i T : week I 00 I I fJ S On (10 50, lu t J ' t i 3 M 4 50 6 00 V .'si l.'i UU . wk i X i.V 4 ii 5 7i: ( u 12 i" 3i uu t sasuia ' I ii 4 ! l 7 ( 10 00 15 UO 2S Ot) 1 H! .vl ) II 00 S 00 22 :Vi 40 IU s j i ifi 11 Vj T.'i li 30 1st Au 00 4 - ' S U 10 SI 14 0" IT " 21 50 X 00 60 00 t " j 7 Oil li Ai lh ) ii l 27 00 44 wi 7 00 6 . " I t; : Vt IS 00 22 0o':l (si rs Mil flu iiO 9 " 1 li' .si 17 l 21 m 2 tsl 38 00 li lirV 00 1 year.. oti:3i I) 27 U O 00,45 00 75 00 1JU UO 1 oiCie-column advertisemaaU, lOporcen...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 December 1876

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W.JL W1IK. PublUbfT. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUKKEXT TOPICS. Toe Brooklyn Theater was burred on the night of the 5th. The fire orig inated on the stage, at 11:30 p. in., when the company was about half through with the last act of " The Two Orphans." The fire spread with light ning rapidity, and the panic and con fusion was terrible. The Binoke soon Lecanwi suffocating, and women fell, fainting, in the aisles, and were tram pled over. Numbers jumped out of the windows and were severely injured, and some lives were undoubtedly lost. Further Investigation into the loss of life by the burning of the Brooklyn Theater developed the horrible fact that over three hundred lives were lost by the terrible casualty. Up to the night of the 7th 8o9 bodies had been removed from the ruins, and the ghastly work was still progressing. Most of the bodies were unrecognizable. The Secretary of the Treasury has Fubmitted to the House of Representa tives the estimates of appropriations re q...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 December 1876

4 1 I1 THE MILANJXCHANGE, MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. Hazel niossoni. BTJOIIKU. aa'HITTIEB. The Summer warmth h left the ky, The Sumner f bore died away ; A nil , witfwnw , in the fo(ath I ie The fa.l- n loaves 1-ut yestr.Iy W ith ruby an'! with topm (ray. The grass i brosrnii g on the h ll; N j pile, t ate.l flow, rs lecall T..tral frin;e of Hue rill. Andiln arily the da.l Tine- fall, Frjet-blaclore 1, fr Jin U rjaoKtle wa'I. Yet, Uir-wjrh therav and oto' t wood , Ajr rat the dusk of fir an 1 pine, Lat of Utir lo a: sisUn-hoo 1, The hazel's yellow bloasotu shine. The tasvny gold of .Vfric'a mine. Small beauty hath my unsung flower For Spnnjc to own or Summer kail; Hut, In the sessnti's iallrnt hour. To f kU'i that weep anil wind that wail Jt gla 1 enririil never fall. O day RTuwn eoM? O life (rrown oldl No rose of June may bloom sraln; Hut, like the hazel's twisted gold, Tliroutrh early front ami latter rain Shall hint of summer-time remain. And a within the haiel'i bough A giflof mystic...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 December 1876

L 4 j A 4 TIIEEXCILVXGE THURSDAY. DECK 14, J87G. Grant thinks sou, o. oi is trying to pssafisinate him. Generally com mences with this eympton. Chamberlain la issued pardons to the Canvassing BiarJ that counted liim in as Governor. Jlouor among thieves you know. Governor Porter has derided that members fleet of the General Assem bly must receive'theircirtifieates from the sheriffs of the counties. A hingle rqmor on the Cth int. that Florida had cast ljer votes for Tilden, threw gold down two per cent, and stocks up in New York corrcs pondingi'. The Grant organs are just now busy denouncing the action of the Govern or of Gregon, but not one of them has a word of condemnation of ClianiU-r-lain, Wills, K.-ll.ggkCo. " The party" is just i.ow "in a tvrk of trouble" mtr the election, re- nultinc from the action of Gov. Grov-! cr. You lad juet as well give up, j grntlcmen, for you are beaten on ev-1 :..!. ,.e .,.,wl . Our old friend Archie Thomas, ed it,e ,.f flm Slirin.rtii.lil I!.'r.f W ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 December 1876

-I o-sni i n riHi:. i. r ,4 thk i:xciiax(;i; m. l.tVim:. Miter aJ i.lUt-r. ( Twoi! ,'tr- a v,-t; one. I. .liar tor six nmmn . fifty rent, ii.r three months, . aias-V in - Iplrl ( ." i I ;i ?, ! ii fi .in li on :i .' 4 .v id y jo r ' neck i - - ' ' '"' - ' --' - ,4 i) 1 1 !' "" -M VI 4i l . i in 8 .V 1' ! " - ' '"' ' ' "' i' in i.. i; it it " -j; a ( i i i ; (n 2 i K. yi 11 j: in 41 ti lit l' H t. I.'. -'SI I Vl in VI III 80 III 9 ill! a'i 17 I" '. l l W l' ) rr...!!J IV 31 l :T7 i:. i.ii i T-i ' l t,ju;,i.--li tun advert in-inci.U, l'l i-erccul. ad- lMi,t nn tloj ab""-e rr-t, . Tripie-cdiin-.n 'crti-c:n.-i:ts. 1 percent. d- nlf i !! t nl.'U e l :iT . t . nA .i rf x -emeiueti t- fx-i-i r'"i:l position. 10 ! rk'u;. Bi.aii'-c ou abo.e latcc. ...ca! N.h.," ;n till same type ai local rcad.u sua..... wmmi 4cr line. AH transient a 1. -i iisemi-iiN inn-t be paid fir in inm-r. trail) a-lvci : laemeiite. quarterly in ad. nrr. tlbtinsiirs. 1 riluf of Rii-I and remarksoo marriage. i.jie-b.-.'l ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 December 1876

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, ir.JLlTlliE. PablMhrr. MILAN. TENNESSEE. C V1X RENT TOPI CS. The unidentified remains of the victimf of the Brooklyn Theater die ter were interred oa the 9th. They were inclosed in one hundred coffins. and the whole interred in a large pltft in Greenwood Cemetery. Business generally wa t-uspendud throughout the city, and a vast concourse followed the fancral cortege to the grave end participated in the final ceremonies. Theek was important news from Mexico on the 9th, to the effect that I'residcnt Lerdo and his entire Cabinet tad been captured by the Revolution ists near the City of Mexico, and that Cen. Esoabedo, Secretary of War, to gcthcrwith some others, had been shot. Monterey and Saltillo have Furrendered to the insurgents, and the whole north ern frontier, with the exception of Mat amoraa, was in the possession of the supporters of Igletias. A Washington special says that Congress will probably adjourn" for the holiday recess from Friday, Dec. 15, until Mo...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 December 1876

THE MILANJXGHANGE. W. A.Wt!)E,riMikhrr. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. Santa Claus and Ills Men. A etirioui place I10IJ OM Santa Clam den. All stor'd lull of treasures; where queer little men, Ko larger than drumstick!, yet active and brig-lit, Are busily working from morning till nigtit. Three queer little fcllowa, these workmen o Small, AD answer with pleasure Old 8anU Claus call For "i'lfty more bonbons, one hundred nwire loyil More names on my lint of good girls and good boys I" "Here, merrily bo!" be gleefully cries; . 'My aled It all ready make hahtc, the time fliesl My reindeer are prancing and paa ing the anow: Make baste there, make haale, we're iiniuuieot to go I Soon the bundles are packed with the greatest of care. Then off spring the reindeer, on! on I thro the air. Till they atop at some home, where anug in their oca Bieep Cora and Mabel, or Willie and Fred. When the children awitke at dawn's early light. And steal from their beds, how they'll scream with delight On beholding t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 December 1876

saaarr9sErarT3a.-. niw n rl 11 , i'a THE EXCHANGE TIIUIWDAY. DECK 21, 187C. What would become of radicalism but fur reviled " I mutism ';" The Federal power Las extended north of Mason & Dixon's line. How will the ' Ripcrior intelligence" of the North receive thid interference with New Jersey and Oregon ? Just now the presence of Andrew Johnson in the United States .Senate ChanilxT would 1. a Lies sing to the entire country. We can appreciate, now that he is gone, the incalculable bencts to us of fuch il leader at this juncture. To fully understand how far we have drifted from our old lijoorin, it is only necessary to think of the consequences resulting to any party attempting to " bulldoze" three States twenty years ago, as they have done Louisiana, South Carolina and Flor ida. Ever since the courts in Missouri and Chicago sent U rant's chums to the jxTiitentiary ), has had a !.:-like to legal proceedings. The mentiuii of such is sufficient to set him to seeing bugs m.d tlungs ...

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