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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 April 1877

tiii; exchange! W..WADi;, r.dijar an Pablj.irr. KCBNCRIPTIOX RAT IX. Two dollars a year: on ilullar for fit month': tfty cents lor three month, intakiarly IX i- ADVERTIHIXU RATE. e I 5 ; ; ? ! ? r i Z. i r : - F 5. i u ? i If IMI I: 1 wk 2 week S tHll I moniA 2 3 " 4 - 5 " " it 1 year... l i i 7?.' : :) 3 (! 4 m c so i i 1 5li 2 :'. 3 "0 4 :V. Ml it IS 0U 1 UH 3 Si. 4 oo 7i ft 12 nit 2 i 2 flo. 4 ) 5 .Ml T on lo 15 ' 25 on 4 W; iM- I so l no l im 2 So. 40 ttt fc lift fi ii j i . .1.1 i.i .i .i rui fat ! V- O tw ft i- v .l vi 5 00 10 M J4 HtJ IT f 23 .Vi 37 i fid ni) 7 (l ii On jo t 0(1 27 W 44 t; 70 00 8 if; ii .'si is m) 22 ( an nu 5o mi mi mi 10 .i 17 ()fr 23 v 2 ii.:in no t nu hfi on 12 Of 21 iku 27 l : On, 45 tl 75 uu.15) UU ilouirir-Oklawa advertisement, 10 per rent, ad iinf n the above rate. Tri pie-column adverti-euicnU, 20 percent, ad vance on to above rutK. Advertisement te eceaer special position, 10 .ercent. advance on the aove rates, .oral Notice," (in the in me type aa ...

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 April 1877

THE MiLANJXGHANGE, W. i.WUF, Pibl-.hrr. MILAN, .- TENNESSEE. CUItRENT TOPICS. According to nn appointment male on Friday, the joint committee from the Democratic legislature waited upon the Presidential Commission Saturday,' the 7lh, at the parlor of the St. Charles Hotel, N. O. The consultation lasted two hours. It was secret, and nothing was gleaned further than the fact that the inenilers of the Commission were pro pounding numerous questions; as to the state of affairs. The Commission made a detailed verbal statement of the status of the Government, giving the number of parishes and officials that had ac knowledgcd allegiance to the Nieholls Ciovernmciit, and will, at a future inter view, present documentary facts. The managers of the New York Cen tral, Erie, Pennsylvania and Ualtimore and Ohio Kailroads have agreed to ad vauce rates for necial limited tickets to the following figures, taking effect on Monday the tth: From New York to Cleveland, f 11; Detroit, $13: Toledo, 1 l.'...

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. — 19 April 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W.A.TUUK, Psullnaer, - . TENNESSEE. THE FIR IS T Sl'MXO-FL OWE It i BT MR. MABQABET CTTINOB. ! von the a,- said Tom to NeU Ai BM.etv.ile r(,o were ileeptas I waicbed Um earliest raj of mora Ae on the heaven's creeping; Ami off to yonder field I hied, by tome fairy power, i.iCaiise l'a so food; and there I tpied " Vod nerer tpled a flwci?" - . I 'l4n'lf Well, yon wait and nee. Yon eirlt thought me too Uzf To leave my bed at dawn, and aeek A crocus or a dairy. And wavered arte kiss -r "Q Tom!" " "A lUy' with pride I aay it Tl.at yon the Brat Sprln flower would find; You're lost the bet please piy it." N 4 'till we're seen the prize," said Nell; " think, Tom, you're been dreaming." In her while hand a frog he placed She set the echoes scream in j. "O, Tom, you wretch I howeould yen plan T. laugh at and provoke u-" 6a d Torn, "'Tit April rst, my dears, L And every frog's a croak-cuu I" - r,"t f:"l"9 Mail. A GHOST. 8TOKY. Tin! only true phost story I know is Ihe Ktory...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 April 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL, JO. 1877. Bro. Dickenson, of the Paris Intel ligencer, sap the Legislature passed a law at its recent session repealing that of 1875, " which gave the collection of corporation taxes to the Trustee, and now puU the collection back into the bands of the city Marshal, except in cities of over 8000 inhabitants." JSow Doctor, haven't you " got tlie cart before the horse ?" The law puts it back in the Laii'l of Marshall in cities of 8000 and oyer. At leat that is tae case if you published a correct copy of the law. Little Maggie Cole, 8 years old, a daughter of R. P. Cole, was with her father, at McNeill Hall, last Tuesday Bight. The play of Rip Van Winkle, was on the tapis. When a certain scene came up, the gravely remarked, that she did not see the use in paying a quarter to see that, when s-he could 6ee something ju.t as good, any time at home. Paris Intelligencer. Now, will tho Intelligencer man ' rise and explain" the meaning of the above? What scene is...

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. — 26 April 1877

THE EXCHANGE T7. A. WADE, Editor susel rhllskcr. KCBdKRIPTI!! BATES. Two dollari a yew-. dollar for ill asenthc: my wtU for three months, utakiablt i - VAKCK. ADVEKTIKIXU KATES. ? 2 ? 2 ? 5 i S S S ST 2. " 5 i f f i r . i p i I week t Mki 1 weeks 1 month 2 " " 4 -6 6 " " 1 year-. 1 1 1 6 ? I 3 S sn 4 4 001 5 00 j 8 .oo'io 7 W li 8 cw n 1C ' 17 12 Oft 20 71 I 60 8 2fi 4 0"! 5 i 8 son 50.14 An 16 50 18 Wi 23 00 27 W J 00 60 4 50 60; 5 T5 SO 7 00 5011 00 60 14 76 00 17 50 oo.ai no 00 22 00 00 28 00 00 33 00 4 00 oo 5 00 10 00 16 oo 20 00 a so 27 00 so oo wt oo W 10 0" 50 IS 00 12 fio; oo is ool 22 50 30 00 37 00 44 00 SO 00 25 OO 40 00 60 00 WOO 70 00 WOO flnen'KS 00 75 00 120 00 145 00 Dnabie-culumn advertisement, 10 per cent, ad vance on the above rates. Trile-enlamn advertisement, 20 per mat. ad vance on the above rate. Advertisement to occupy special poeitiea, 10 per cent, aaveace on tne atiove rates. "Loral Notices," (in the nut type a local reading uiattcr.1 10 cent per line, it ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 April 1877

THE MILAN.: EXCHANGE. ,. .W,A.WiDE,r.b!UW. V . MILA1V ,.. , ' :. ; TENNESSEE. CUKREXT TOPICS The jinmlier of trw4nVguwt Wis, ing from the Southern Hotel, St. Louis, through the late fire, has wn reduced to four. -'''. :." l,f ".. , ii . - . f r A Uispatch from Pondwood says that it is reported that Crany Horse's band of I ndians have taleu the "field again , They passed near Spear Fish, on the 11th, ou their way West, 100 mountain war paint. ' ' '. '.'..... . Ikf.si14;nt Hayf.s, in an interview with an lAssociated Fresa reporter, on the loth, said that lie hnd r conceal ments regarding" hU .Southern polity, which had Wn. foreshadowed in both his written and oral utterances, wherein he had earnestly condeuaaod, the rcojien ing of old issues between the Xorth ami the South, believing that the '. 'time had come for complete reconciliation and the permanent pacification of the .South by the removal of all causes of disrord. This polity-, t Jiu, , said, had lieen enunciated by the Nation...

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. — 26 April 1877

TUC Mil fit rvnn a t trtr'TSZ tajrTCSTrra.Tala'-.t, ?"-," MILAN, TENNESSEE, a a -All Aiirii .Snnu-t. 1 f ' ' nr f.tiim.E hiM KoiTcmvuTii. " m The ky won- lvtuli-n n.-ipa-ot nil aj.-iv limir. I X'r 1llir,aIlTirrr Inf nii.ip- -..!ir1T.nair...l 1,,V V fmi- wing ; i tiiau other people: not as mur-li ., per- Kn. h peiiilaia'.pw wore b.-.i.U of fnaen ? hap as noine : birt I confejw the idea low, y'.- i 'j.j as ft all coti.d, and get out of AiilfnmUi'lfiyinomitiilnip.iii(iowii i the mystery into safe quarters. Just here V iji, i,ii'i-l rc lH-ara Uie straij ws ei(mt the darkest bit of -rowl in jill Aul bl.!rn-.l unTl di'lant look.-d" tile 'tltont 1 'tM W'nte-' Mmtf n IrlJ h I'. Uuu; . wr -;? -', ...;.; i iWout to urge him on, wheinhe cry came Hut wh.-n Hi.- Hni.M t iiouriu drawing itiii j again. It did sound like a child! ; the ' uT ,I,C W1'1 -is m,rk'd ! plaintive wail of a child nearly exhaust- niifl-Vnnrs tinrtr. allnlong rho f, " "' -n - ! Au4c4iiif Klin litcurtliTiitliriiJ'tj-fjUam'v "...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 April 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL 2G, 1877. Judge II. 1L Spoflord hat been elected U. S. Senator from Louisiana. He it one the ablest men in the etate, and will do honor to the whole Sooth. A considerable force of U. S. troops are concentrating at Larado, Texas, on -the Mexican frontier, and it is thought serious implications are in proppecL Judge East, of Nashville, is promi nently fpoken of to fill the vacant chair in the United States Supreme Court. A better man for the place could hardly be found in the State. The young ladies of Trenton have j um ping matches. Some of them leap over seven feet. Milan Exchange. We would inquire ot friend Wade if he saw it Jackson Sua. Saw what f The life insurance companies are in great trouble lately. The St. Louis Life Association is the latest The Insurance Superintendent of New York has stopped them from business in that State- The czar of Rusia has formally de clared war against Turkey, and has ordered his armies to cross the fron tier. Now.go t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 May 1877

TIIE EXCHANGE KCBftCKirTIOX KATEM. Two dollars year: en duller for all aentkr; arty Ntli lur throe Bulk, uriiutii u - f ISO. AKTEBTIIIVa BATH. 3 ? f ? s- 3 5 I ST ! ! i i : TIKI. 5 lntk t OMkl 3 weeks I awitii i 4 ( -C " t 1 year.. I V) 1 S) I e 751 SSI 1 60) 4 00; 50 Ml 00 3 50 4 5u 6 (M! t SO! 15 00 4 5u' 5 75! ItU U 50' 5U 00 5 so: 7 fti ianu is w 25 09 ( SO 11 0016 U0 22 SO: 40 00 2 50 S 25 4 04 It! 4 00! 5 00! 50 11 SO 14 7.Y3I DU X) 00 ki 00 V) i vi 14 oo i: hu a 50I.17 o oo 7 00 11 00 14 Oil to no 27 00 44 00 TO 00 I V. 13 50 le 00 T 00 M M-.0 00 0 00 IP 0 17 00 21 00 M tf S3 00 to 00 106 U0 JIOUOO27no0ijUlw7iWl00 DtfUUie-ewlaaa adrertieemeaU. 19 percent, ad- ence oa tea above rata. Triple-aoleaa adsertisemeaU. H pareect. ad- raaoe oa the auore re4re. Advertieeenenta to ooruey special aoxitioa. M er eeat. edraao aa the abere rata, .airil Nolioaa." iu tha aaa typo M lea! reading matter .1 mil par lina. A 11 transient aivertiaemewta at act a paid for ia nJ rinca. T early edrerU...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 May 1877

THE MILAJT EXCHANGE W. A. WADK, r.hli.Utx.. MILAN, ' v; i, '.0:--xXSSEE. cuiuiENT-fropicfe; jut itnsiana .Commission left Sew Orleans fyf Washington on the 2lsf, j oreaking up of the Packard Leia-latiire, a numlcr.f lne'iiibersVf which, IieadVd j by cx-Gnf. Wannoth. tMk tat 'wit h I wiiu great applau.se, and. a uuin lr of JJemocratic " members, .who had lxt'ri seated tmltjwt. to hh test, jieldi d their scats ' lj the col ored Republicans who claimed thfi seats iijon the f:u-e of the returns." T?y request of the Commission, lotfNleViUs ron-m-nted to donnt to fheVmpToe f thrt I'aekard GotreniBioiit a cwtningent fund of sVKK) to 40,(Hj), wltfeh hitd been .jilaeed at Lis disposal, thus providing for their imnieulwte wants. Hox. A. U. Sxr-riiExs called upon Tresident "Tfnyes on the 2:?d. During the inten iew Mr. Stephens said h was glad to see the President pursuing eocb h course woold brin'r together the discordant elements of the oonntry in harmny, and Uiat all the l'ieoidjtiit, had to...

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. — 3 May 1877

THE:MjLAN!EXGlANGE, W.A.W4DE,rbllkr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. The Dreamer. All lay the white -liHtrrd woman sits -eii. tlio op,.,, KT,n.l Vnlt; No liVujgtlilnirl.erdHii n n , afww, wj-riOiMn-mri'er J rur u""iius her dream of what has been. fhe till n V of lliow who long npo vvm ... ......... rrr 1IW Ilinnv tim. riTuetTit.iB a..-'''' "" Ha tlioiiKht familiar fxitMtopn near, And nhe lias tarttd up to flixl .-. i A dead leaf rule in tti- wind. ' '" But li.-vir a if tttnui i' .." 'In ' ' i Bfiioath the wide and tcndi-r k.y, , Wit h folflo.1 lutnus on yoiet brv-t, I All wrapped about with rwuee and r', the think of thriii For ln-r they In-ml The p-r-ti ctirth with ber. Xone afe ditad.' ThmiKh yeariiiaa e fallen Uka tlie leave !. Above the praven where SumiiT weaves Her rraaii-!rinfred coverlet, to k-ep "i Safe hid from ub the onuaasltp, t r lVhw faee waa love't intrrprey, O dreamer! vonrur ajraJn fo dar. .TT"! What niaUri( ypur imirlsgi-ayj, t 4 , She talks with them. Wh-n brown winped Mak- ini...

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. — 3 May 1877

THE EXCHANGE THUESDAY. MAY 3, 1877. Hye u a de facto President. If he doe, what a de jure President would do gie him credit. It is now conceded by all, that the Democrats will be able to elect the speaker of the next Ilouae. It is a curious fact that disorders cease with the out-going Radical State GoTernments in the South. It is rough on fellows like Packard and Chaimberlain, after stealing, to be coollj informed that they can get none of the swag." Since when have we of the South become so used to our political rights as that we can refuse to accept them at the hands of Hayes ? Louisiana and South Carolina have subsided. No riot, no poor dead ne groes, no disturbances. The reason is: no bad carpet-baggers to incite the live negroes to not and disorder. The ultra Radicals can see no good to the country in the Southern policy of Hayes. . With them, country means party, and patriotism rises to nothing higher than their own self in terest or political aspirations. Our platform is this...

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. — 10 May 1877

THE EXCHANGE W. A. WADE. Keillor and Pak!lhrr, Tw dalUre yeart one dollar for six months: iy renu t'tr three mouths, ivaxi.sLr ix i- 'SKCK, ADVEBTIKI.X4 RATES. ? ? 3 ? f I T!t. S- S- 3 ? B S if r g ? i I I j I week 1 W) 1 Til 2 SO: 3 001 4 W! SO' 0 s) J works 1 50! t 3 si) 4 J i, 6 on Vi' IS liO 3 week 2 Ul 1 ;Si 4 Sn 5 7i! on K SO1 9, tin 1 nia-itu 2 .SO, 4 ti ii 5) T m 10 10 IS ii 25 UU 2 4 , 6l g So n on 2 sn 4U S " 00. .iO.ll -V) II ;.t 31 ! i M0 50 W 4 5 i io s. u n IT :ai si ' :c on oo oo " 7 CM 12 lis tw Si ft; 27 IIO 44 00 70 in i ' (IX So Is ui .TO ii .l i MOO H .ci 17 ?.; oo t s. mi ns tw w, w I year.. 12 W SM 00 27 ai Oo 4S OU 7S 00 L on l bie-col m mlvertitunrieeit, 10 per ervi t. ad- enca mi tb above ra4w. Triple-clnmn advertisements. 3) per rent, ad vance on the after rata. d rrlietneti to ocni.y eneriul poalllon, 10 rtr rant, advance a tie above ratio. cM Notices." ia the kiui tfpe as loeal reading matter, 1 1 rent per line. Ail traaMent a4vrtteMeat. nmut be paid 6r i...

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. — 10 May 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. .A. IT AM PaMMirr. ' ' MILAN, ..' TENNESSEE. CUKKEXT TOPICS. iliE manufactory of tho Montreal Novelty Works, at Montreal, Canada, was destroyed by fire on the niorninjr of tl 'ui. it was five Ktorios hiVh .ntid stored with inflammable material. "Thilc. the firemen were at work in full force around the building, one of the walls fell outward, burying & large number in the debriii. Nine persons were taken out dead and ten seriously injured. A number of others were slightly injured. AccoRmxG to the Washington cor resHndent of the Detroit Free Press, the list of Representatives of the next House, as made np "by Clerk Adams, comprises 286 names, of whom 150 are Democrats and 130 Republicans. There are seven contested seats not yet as signed, viz., the Fourth California, Col orado, Second Florida, Fourth and Sixth Louisiana, Third Missouri and Oregon. Of these, it is intimated, the Republican contestants will secure live and the Democrats two in the organization of...

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. — 10 May 1877

the. Milan exghange.' ". JL TUIIK, Publisher. iuufL, . . TENNESSEE. Luck nnrl Labor. Iuck doth nft, MamUiiR Idly at tbo Rute- WJkUIhk . iMjinir all the .iluy : , . . And Ht night, itliout fire, srithont, a llirfct. n.Mu,r.,... . . '- ' 'z1 "Nr cmj -i:ijm lint , Iolli fnrll.v fay: " To-niriTTir otn-tliinir rtiity turn r.p; To-ulflit on wishes I miit suji." Lalor (roes, jiloirlnj; (jerri tlif; fialllr rows f inpiiic. Bin-Miia all the (lav :'" And Ht nljilit, before tin; tiv, btvlde the lif'lit, Ana srtui a well-nil. ( tray, Doth Kindly way: M To-morrow I'll turn HoinclliijiK up; , ; . To-night on aires earned I mii." Caroline A. Sm!e, 4i St. Xichotni. Sprlnj Pays. Dtiwu where the wake-robin Hjn-itigaXroin Its HHlllllMr8t tleiilnK Uh eartlinul err to tlie un, . i Cyme the dull eclioo of fur-away thunder. Heavy and f:ut um the fbots of a tun. I'p on the lull wlu-iv the, wild flowcxH iiurtlc, i-ine new-rulleti star on the preen, inoy Mrana, There comes the dead notes of the house cleanin...

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. — 10 May 1877

THE EXCHANGE . THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1877. Joilge Black is prominently spoken of as U. S. Supreme Jii'lge. Vice Davis resigned. Had Blaine's threatened attack any thing to do with postponing the called session of Congress T . CoL "Weelbrook, of the Brownsville Bee, is making a noble fight against the gamblers in that town. We hope Le may continue the fray until the last rascal of them is driven from the community. And we further hope thnt every lover of law and order will sus tain him. Of course all christian peo ple will. A newspaper Brownsvillian l)oa.ts that they have the prettiest girls in Brownsville that can be found any where. We are satisfied that the ed itor who could pen such a paragraph haa never been as far awoy from home an Jackson. If he will come over we will take him out on the street almost any pretty day and make him think lie has entered the first approaches of Paradise. Jnehon Sun. And it he will come to Milan,. we will take him on the ttrett and make him think he ha...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 May 1877

THE EXCHANGE W. A. WADE, Edllar an)4 Pabllaleee. rB4CBIPTIOX KATES. Two dollars a roan ana dollar fornix meatkn " e"u ir tarea Booths, iituuiIT M ADTEKTISIXQ KATES. r t s r TIKI. 5 1 week 2 weeks S weeks I month 4 a 1 yr .. 1 0"l 1 1 So! 2 2 un S 2 SO' 4 4 "0 6 W i 00 10 7 no n on u 10 ) IT 75! 2 SO t rs! 4 oo: a 50 t 60 II V 14 J 16 IS 00 n 00 27 SOi s 5t! 4 50! 5 50 1 Vj 11 50 14 00 17 ft) 30 n on 2s oo :a "! 4 ( 501 (ill 7.V OO 00 10 Ml 00' W Ml 75 20 0"' 5fl Zl 50 0U Z7 Wi on ; on Ml .IK III Oil 45 Mi sot ie o V 50 15 00 12 501 9 00 15 00. 25 M) 50i aOOO ) 00l 60 00 .T7 M). CO 00 44 ) 70 00 50 Ml V 09 Mj & 0 75 Ml 11 00 12 'i 20 OoaLie-eolamn adaertieemeata, 10 pet oent. ad- vanee an the abort rate. Triple-column advertiaemeata, SO percent, nd- ranne on tha above rates. Advertisement to crnpr tneoial position, 10 ar rant, advanr oa the above rata. .o-nl Notice. 'in tha tana trpe OJ leeel rraainr maMer.1 10au per lin. All transient advertisement mart be paid for la advance. Y...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 May 1877

! THE MILAN 'EXCHANGE) W. A. WiDK, PaMishrr ' ' V MILAN ; ."tXxxessee. The following is the official procla mation convening CongresTin extra ses sion: - -r' s : . ; . Whereas,' fhe final ' idlnnnimml n fl. orty-fourth Conprew without makine the umisI i.propriatimi forth wfrpport of the army for tfao fiscal year ending June 30, 187S, presents an extraordinary occatina reiuir- Inp the President to xw-Um! power Tm ' Mm by tU Constitution to con vene the llousen of Conprciw In anticipation i i ne day fixed by law for their next meet Inpr; now, therefore. IKuUiaJofdB.Uayc8, President of the United States, do, by virtue of the Kwer t this end In roe verted ly the Constitution, convene both Houses of Con preffito amintileatlheirrecpectivechambcrs at 12 o'clock 4 noon on - Monday, the 15i h flay r' of October next, , there and then to consider ,Jand ' determine such measures an, in their wlxdom, their duty and the welfare oTTTie Y,corlc may seem to demand. In 'witness "whereof, I have here...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 May 1877

- THE MILAN EXCHANGE. 1T.A.WAK,riibliker. - . - TENNESSEE. MILAN, A Doubting Heart. DT ADELAIUK KWSK l-HOCTOR. WTicrariHoBwnowiifH-l? " .Frozen and deaiL - ' ' . rcrcliance uron gome bleak and stormy shore, O doubting heart) Fur over purple seas. They wail in auiiny or-ho The balmy ixiutlwni linw-ra, - To bring tin in to their northern home once inure. Why muHt the flowers die? Trimmed they Ho In the cold Uvmh, liH1lftHO( tears and rain. O doubting heart! Thoy only Kloep below The xoft white ermine mow While winter winds eliall blow, " To brttatbe and tmiile upon you soon again. The son ba hid its rays' These many days; Will dreary hours never leave the earth? O doubting heart! The stormy clouds on high - -. Veil tlie Sam sunny sky. That soon (for upriiig is nigh) PhaH wake the aumnu-r into golden mirth. Fair hoic Is dead, and litjlit Is quenched In night. What sound ean break the Nilence of despair? O doubting heart! The t.ky is overcast. Yet stars shall rise at last, Brighter fur ...

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. — 17 May 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1877. CoL Day, our representative in the Legislature, hue a long letter in thia issue, giving to account of Lie stew ardship. We give him credit tar etrict honesty in hi every act, but cannot agree with him in every par ticular. Nor does he agree with oar Floaterial representative on the State debt question. Mr Jobnaou eayi he w ill resign rather than rote for a com promise of leas than sixty cents, and Mr Day says he will resign rather than exceed fifty. We regret that they cannot agree to compromise with each other and with the people. If they cannot getjsatifcfactory instruc tion from their constituents in any ether way, would it not bo a good idea for both to resign, and then make the race for re-election on their pet figures f We believe the people would soon settla the figure for them In a positive manner. STATE ITEMS. The snakes have again got after the editor of the Jackson Sun. Work has been commenced on the foundation of the new custom house ...

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