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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 November 1877

THE EXCHANGE W.A.WAar.. t:!for and PnUHhr. M 'W4 KIPTIOX KATi:. Two dollar a year: or.c dollar for sir. month; fiy cents for three niuuthf. i vui-' A" (int.. To C'anditJiitPS' - The, following scale f prii h been agreed o by the paper. ..f thi county. aud will b strictly adhered to : AnitOHncnjjl Vf.r rmrrrn K..r Jmif nJ Attorney Oeneral, V,.r I.rzilaitirc. ."l m no J-",,r Comity Officers. t iilb for lawsou to become candidates, five cent ier line. I lerllon Tirketft. Find.- thou-and. t- ' Xo t-t.uMii'it r more (in ssmecrler) J 'Jeruiv ,-tnctiy cas'.i. 'I RkNToN .T IK RoB, 111 uii'ii.nr Hi rai.u. Ill .in! !'T l.ll: J(lXL, Jill.l). LlfllAM.li. For nr. " ANKIN. We are anthnriicd to antinnncc 1S. K. H:i'il. in candidate frreelction to i lie office of .Mayor. Llectiou Satufday, Lo rtnilMT Mh. ily Narshnl. T" VSU We are authorized to announce J i l no. 1. Luk a candidate lor City Mar- !iui. Election ar.irday. December Kth. 'ily Attornr.r. rt'AI.L. Wo hit autborii'd to an- lor ity Attorne...

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. — 8 November 1877

THE MILANJXGHANGE. W. A. TT4KE, Pablisher. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURKEXT NEWS. WASHINGTON. Tbe President has finally nominated Mr. John Welsh, of Philadelphia, as Minister to England. Mr. Welsh it a wealthy supar Im porter, and waa largely identified with the Centennial Exposition. He in said to be a straight-out Republican, but baa never fig ured much In politic. There ia likely to be some opposition to hid confirmation in the Senate by tbe more extreme party men, but on the whole tbe appointment U raid to be generally acceptable. Wm. M. Burnett ha been appointed Rejr Inter of the Land-office at Xew Orleans, and fieorpe M. Norton, of Louisiana, Supervis ing Inspector of Steamboat of the Tenth District. The President sent to the Senate on the !Kth a long list of nominations, among them tie following: Wm. Henry Smith, Collector of Customs, Chicago; Theodore Roosevelt, Collector of Customs, Edwin A. Merritt, Surveyor, and L. Bradford Prince, Naal Officer, for the Port of New York; Rob...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 November 1877

THE M1LANJXCHAN6E. W. A. WillH, Pebl inner. MILAN, . . TENNESSEE. L'XDEIt THE VIOLETS. Her hand are mll : Jut t' l whifr ; Sotuore lier pul"" c-mne an'l g HT r vmh art- r-lint tn lift' "' ln-'l'1 ' r'ol.i tiie liitc venture, uw on mow, And lny h-r belt the violi-tn blow. But not Im'tiphUi a rntv -n tone, To )li ikI lor U-nr it Ji hIh-ii cyi's; A fW-inli-rrf m1 hIoiic MihII uv tlmt tin-re a iiuiiiicn lies In m-hiV; Iw'tientli tin- -a-i ful kWU'K. The ginv ol'I tiw cf Im limb MihII i l-el t Im-ii riivli iig hIihiI.iws rutin', To make the ecorilmig Minliirlit lx-iim That lrink lUr gri-imfs from the (-ouiid, And Um iier dead leaven on her mound. When o'er tlielr lfiueha tlic wniirreln run. And through their leave the robins cull, And. riH'niiig in the autumn xiitt, The HinriiK and the eheMntitn fall, Ixiiiht not thut ithe will heed tlit-ui all. For her the Tnomiriir t-linir tli:ill Hinr It matiu from t he lrniiii'? liiirli, And every miiit-trel voire of i-printf That trill iMMieath 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. — 8 November 1877

V THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. NOY'R 8, 1877. , j Canada liaJ nn earthquake mid a - io 6Uriu lost Monday. " The Ru.-iaus are still defeating the Turks in msarly every engagement. Hon. Daniel V. Yoorhioa haa been npifiiitel ns Morten's siicoeMor in ilie U. K Statute. A tip-top appointment. The MempliU Lotlr says Forrest m a major gruieral in the Confcder v ate army. That paper U in error; he was a lieutenant general. In their cotton circular of Nov. 1, Messrs EJlison & Co., of Liverpool, cslf mate the yield of the American crop at alwut 4,500,001) bales, of which the United Suites themselves will take 1,500,000, leaving 3,000,000 fr export Humboldt claims to have the pret- j tiest young lady in Tounce?. We are certain that Paris has the hand-! wiliest young man in the State. ; Can't you arrange for an introduction, friend Her? Id? iVid Uazdtc. The vanity of some men is beyond comprehension. . Oliver F. Morton, who died la.-t Friday, was buried with impres-iive ceremonies in Indianapoli...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 November 1877

THE EXCHANGE TT. A.WADr.tUItr And PiMIw. MUHCRirTlOV R1TU. Two duller. year: one ddlsr (rri n'nn,,' 1 8 fly -ut for throe month. isaiLr " " AXXOIACE.MEST. To Candidate. Tbe fallowing scale "f 'ricc Da Wa agreed on by the r-aswaf tbu.eoBi.tr. aud will It Urid'.y adicred to; iBiMUBrrmtntii. KorftWrucyU.oern.. g E.r ..! Ot-tri. ft 1 t'nlli I f peiiu lbe,uJe caa djdatrc, tic cent ner I'11- I trrttmn Ticket. FmgWuoutand. Two t ,iumhkI r iruirr (is Mm l'ttr n ou l to J cr Mriiny -ra. 'I !.l.!lTt MlPt'lg. ill MsLKT HKKAl.tl. I i 'auui.nT im.r iorit. r Mayor. K.KI". We ae au'.'iorijed to imnnanca . 1". Kahkin a f r ro-declion to the office of Mayor. Lk-ciiun rlurdy, De cember m h . ljr Marshal. r IMC. W ore authorized to on" J iliio. P. Luk a a candidate forftiy iar- siial. Election Saturday. ilfirwUi Ilk. 'lljr-.lleritey. "-CA1.I.. W'r arc authorised to l.uouiice W. M. Ii-(.'aH us a candidal fiirlilv Atlx.rtri' Electi. in jtt urday. Decem ber Kth. WAR K.-We are authorised Ut atiaoaiico '. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 November 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WiHK, Poblkhfr. ... , . - . . TESXESSEE. MILAN', CUIIKENT XEWS. WASniXGTOX.' The MwKi.ippI River Levee bill, Intro duced In the Hotiw liy Mr. Younp of Ten netwee, provide for the lsne of bonds, puaranteed l.jr the United State, to the amount of H',iO,000, and create a Levi e PiMriot, c-rolirariiig the State adjacent lo the M!xtiiir!pi liiver, from Jliwuri to the mouth. A Levee Hoard in created of five memJierx, composed of three army officer and two civilian, the Mlarie of the latl.-r to bef-VKK) a year each. The Hoard la re quired to. make a eurvcy of 1he river and re port to Conirrens a plan for the reclamation of all overflowed land and those now pro tected by levee, and the means of such rec lamation by levee, cut-ouV and outlet The whole cost I not to exceed the amount of the authorize d bond fr45,000,000. The State in which the land lie are to impose a direct tax on the land to le benefited, the tax to be collected by the United Stale Gov eminent 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. — 15 November 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, A. nDK. P.bllsbcr. - - TENNESSEE. MILAN, LOST. A Ildrns.- Jit- the wsvllr linn. I'w-litterfngmi the morning sir. A pnrv er-Hrce -nn'imis perfume flung"; I l'ikfl, and lounrl the Box 'rt lair fair. I w night with Midden we To M.-iir its Ixmitv on pir breast, Tlir trembling il at my oieh A wler, HiiliiliT liRgritiK-e hel ; 'T Id ttriiUL-it I loved that flna-er oo uiuch. And it w a duhd. Ill tlial high inod when thmiclit liatli wings, And find,, ahme its nrli in wnir, 1 struck an old harp's ltiiiilei'fii M titles, Aji1 drew an Idle hand alone; Nor dee :) tin rar-'liw cords had cHii?ht The life nde that tity spirit nought, , Till midden on my at art led ear . . Its drt-ain-r-Mt-d HPf-riita woWp. Alack ! I bought t he raptnre dear The string bad broke. I heard a wihl bird on the shore Mnging a ild Hong to t he sea; Ami held the burden that it Ixirc, And t-weeter than all elw to me So meet 1 raged the bird to It-ntr -Jll miiiric ntinstii'Uy imtm near. intituled., the e...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 November 1877

t Ir I 5' TOE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. NO VII 15, 1877. Governor TorUir Lai isfctied a proc lamation appointing TliursJay, 29th insL, a. lay of tliaukf giving the same Any appointed ly the President, The Memphis Cotton Exchange iaa sent to the Postmaster General a protect against discontinuing the local river mail routes, recommended, by a special agent of the Department. A reign of terror exLsU in Shelby county in consequence of a raw lev tweeu Mack Williams and h friends on one side and some negroes some time since. It seems the.-e ruffians have been shooting at - negroes and driving them from the country ever since. It U hoped they may be ar rested and punished as they deserve. That the ocean has its regions of calms is well-known fact ; but that there is such a quarter on l.mdti.s not so generally understood. It is claimed however, that there is just such a quiet region, and that it is due to this natural phenomenon that the climate of Kentucky; Tennessee, and the northern portions of...

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 November 1877

i I aw,- Li.i.wj-n.Lij!T-. THE EXCHANGE W. A.M'AII i;I!lr itnit I'tibiiwhrr. rtrj:S('RIITIX KITIIM.' Two dollar a year: nncd.i'b.r frrfis month"! fifty ."cnts lr three kliiiIji, iataki-M-I' " (IkCK. - A woi t t:?i i To Candidates. The fullowiur tenia "f fl" ': - sip-reed on by the ju-- of ii connty. and wiil be i-'.rictiy adhered to : Aoiireiei.tH. l or .In ! l Attorney teacral. . t For Irt-tMlnturr. For Cnnty e.il.cers. Calls for r rsou to beo:ne candidaUs, live cetLfl iw line. Mrtlac Tlrltcf. finale lharnd. . t2 00 To I ia -and r molt in tj line oiileo " Ternii .-.Irietly c-h. Tkk.w.i MiitH'ii. JU u.i';.cr ht.K.w.1), 111 sjhni :T Crafiie JuTHXil., ' Mil rXCKAMlK. l or Sjr. K4XKIX.-M'e are sutli.irucd to announce f. F. llar.kiu uatJ'iill It re lection to Hie ofiir-e of Mayor, Flection r-atnrday, l)o ccmiior bin. A Idoriurai. T " ICJvINS' 'N V e arc authorized to nn n mice J- II. I 'ii k in0on as a candidate lc,r Alici-nian at ti i;t.M tln lion. " I)W A H!iS .Ve arcautho-irt.l to an...

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 November 1877

THE MILANJXGHANGE. W.A.W1NK, rtblih. MILAN, - : TENNESSEE. CUJIREXT. NEWS. WASHJ"UTO". At th Cabinet fclou held on the 13th, Secretary Sherman presented letter from Mr. Belmont andothertnembeiKof the Syn dicate respect ins the House bill for the re monetization of Ilver, in which it wa utated that the effect of such a radical revolution in the monetary rygtcm of the United States would be difaotrous, and intimations were made that it would be impracticable to further conduct their operation in placing the new loan. The Senate Committee on Finance, at s filial mectinjr, also heard arguments from a mim ber of Eastern gentlemen rcpreHenting bank ing and other financial interests in opposi tion to the passaire ef the bill. Representa tive Bland was present and spoVe in favor of the bill. ' A committee of Republican Senators, headed byj Mr. Edmunds, had a long con ference with the President on the 13th, and, It is understood, fully acquainted him with the general tone and sentiment of cr...

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 November 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.TTARE, PaMisber. . . TENNESSEE. MILAN, What CoBKtifntcs Unlit. That which determine one's puilt in the cornniiesion cf crime is the malicious motive aud spirit with which it was committed. All crime lie dormant in the storehouse hack in the mind, in the malice and ill-will of a wicked heart. There is many a murderer who uerer struck a blow; there is many a thief who never Mole; many a robber who never deprived any ono of his rights. This muct be true since it is the desires of the heart and not the actual commis sion of the deed that determines one's piiilt n the siplit of God. Not so is it in the eyes of the community. Our prisons arc built for those who arc short sighted enough to actually commit crime, but how many are there who en joy liberty and the respect of their fellow-men because they are too political and hare not eaongh nerve to carry out their designs and wi.sbes? This is the true standard laid down by Christ as the only one by which we arc judge...

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. — 22 November 1877

5 M 4 i : i I I t i JL J 1 11 1V I i Lj j . , TIIUH.-DAYOV'n'J2.1&77. I i The banks nli over tho country are breaking. Contraction of the cur i ncy is su .;-'ed to bo the eau.-e. ; I ! I of I . of Th r.cw Confederate monument U v;a? deface! l).yoj;.l repair im LT.atta . i f l t. .i-... I ; ,-rr":l I:L-L JIUIUV iii. ... I I i Ulaiii. i i The Aweii-Av.i kij? not more tuai r:j,OJO,O0' "f the Lrr-vtilow l.o:m j inclnJ.l hi the prese'it state debt, ' the balance having leva paid. ! : . 7 t kim was car-tare.t ia a i;:i:iaui .-ault bv t!;o lIa.-ru!H ia-: Sunday. last J en thiiusaiid pi i-oiier.-, U-i.l-i can- ,Is j :ion aad sUre, fell iut llr.-ir Hiace 18', and iada M-.- the yc::r , tsrr tlw. f SI f.'l. (?':) has Im ' U :moroii iaU d to 'li-iiiieaO'a uUt of f tl,.-. I'tahodv fund. Tbnteen tlwu-aad w to.tr hundred dollar have been apj 10 ril'i-. 1 I. It Vi . I 1 i' t t ii . . ate-J I',r t! i - .... 1 .... 1 1-, tO tiiO aouve iimuuia, iio i i " vull havo received fJJ,(K;. Tit ...mount of...

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 November 1877

THE EXCHANGE W. LV llte. E4llr 4 FablUher. Kt'IMCKIPTlOX .":. Tr dollar year: r.Ioarf.rix 1fy eoU for three nuntb. ! " .'Km. A XO O" IBM E-TH. To Candid Tia s..ti...4.r Male of price Ha. arrred OB hy the l-fern r ni oty. n ill be rtrUiir adWa ; For Cnrrei". . 1 ?' for Ja.lreaad Attorney General. , .J '. l.emlatre. S "' For oent iE-rr. S Call fr mru t become eacdifeU. X .velil perlin. leeclsa Ticket. Kinr!' t. X t' ou.ajid mr more (in lata oedcrj 1 Term .-trirtly cmh. T.tx MinRon. tii. HowU'T ilnm.j. Ill XR..I.PT J Mil. ax tiriKI. T AXKIX. Wf are attarlid taasMMMte lis. K. Hank in a a eaadidale tor re cle-1ion 1.1 the office of Mayor. Fraction Saturday, 1 e- -cuibr(b. A larrmqi. TpirKJX.OV We arc authorired to an- ' noun j !l . lUi KinMin ae candidate tor Aid- rniau at the nil election. "I"lWA KHS A'eareauthoriied lonininiin SlJ K- K. KlwarJ a a t-andiiatc fur AJdcr nu at the eiiFiun ijeeiioii. tMlTiL-m w authorized U 7 ii outre W. Smith a a tjju Ji'latc for Aider- announce man cotai...

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 November 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WllIK, PiM.Oirr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUIUIENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The Tarin Exposition bill, a parsed by the House, authorize)! the President to sp loint Coinmifrsioner-Genersil, together with 20 additional Commissioner, no two of whom shall be from the tame .State, of whom three t-hall be practical arli&an cxpcrts.tliree hall be skilled representative of commerce and muiiufiK-turesfoHri-hall be practical ag riculturists and the rest hall be ecientilie experts. The allow ance for :ilary and ex pensca of the Commissioner-General i-hall not exceed $."iW0, and that of the other Commissioner! I,0or)cach. A number of Honorary Commissioner are to be ap- pointed, to wrve without pay-two from each Mate, to l.e nni...n:ited l.y the Governor thereof, and 24 to be appointed directly by the President. The President is further au thorized to assign oue or more of the puldiu vessels to transport to and from France, free of cot, aVticles which may be offered for ex hibiti...

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 November 1877

; IT 1 t t f f 1 t i ii o o: ii V in ft Ik f.i 1 vc ja 1 t A3 11 THE M ! L A NE X CHANGE. W.J.. WiBK, Pablisaer. MILAN, - - - TENNESSEE. oj?js zrr two little Ameri cas a iiils. from St. Mt-liolM '"r IxwilH-r-l (Klutiie ati-1 Dora R1 :1I".tr 'f'i tTH wiiiie .f w how- poi'tii Mic liere (riven, lire c-liildri-n .f l.lHtirt Kivcnrsof Hire. 1 heir homo, a here t licit infiiiK v uii'l tluMlioo'l liaveheen Jiae-erl isoim larian'1 i-olati'il farm, Ij in iiMn iik- Ijroii'l i-ll "f lll l"-Hutiful iieik aliirt hllli- "1 Western Mh-mi1iucI!, Hlid in quaint IvhII-1 -.-ky Knriii." Here, in a witn jde country hl', livi'i'"l lo'twecn bonks and nature, they iM-an, nlmo-t tut HHin a they Ix'L'aii l" laik, ti iirft.) in vi-rne wltMttlicy nw mnl h-lt, rhyme mid rhythm -ccuiiiiif to ciont: I'V iiidiiic-l. I.iviii;r largely out-of-clmirs, vikroi-on uli'l liHlt hi ill in body as in iniiitl, tiny draw idi'iieur- unit liixirnrtion from all about them. Our ol their c hief le lirhf t to w amii-r over thr love...

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 November 1877

r? i r. THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. NOVR 29, 1877. Prof M. II. GootlJoe, a popular ami ucccr(ul teacher of Crockett coun ty, iiel & few days ago. A young man in McNaiy couuty knocked a large wild cat out of a tree, a. few days ng , with a half brick.kiU iv' the unimsil instantly. r.eorje Roper, a negro, lat Satur day attemptol to commit rape qu the person of Mi Templeton, in GoJqm Lia, and tieu wade Ids ecap He a captured and carried back, and being poeitively identified by the young lady, was hanged at the court huusc in broad daylight en Tuesday. .Ta kson Tribune&Sun: Our friend Don Cameron found a fine water mel on in tin iranU-n on Sunday last. It wa. hid ajidd a mass of tail and tang Jed t,ra.s and was uninjured by frost, Jlr Cameron's family very much en joyed the raie and unseasonably lux ury, the melon being sound, jipe, and tweet. J. Harvey Matins, editor of the Memphis Litler, is. announced as a candidate tor the Ijower House, from Shf-lSy county, to fill the vacancy ('...

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. — 6 December 1877

I THE EXCHANGE W. (.WinE. Editor anst rabUnfe--. kl BMRIITlOX RITKS. Twadollnr yean onrdollarforslx .worthr: (fly cent for three months, mvtmni.r i .. AX Or.('KM EXT!. To Candidates. The toUawing scale of pri.-cs has been nr-d m .y the paper of thi county, and ill I f !rk-tiy adhered i : Kr Congress. t'r Juil.r and Attorney fieneral, I laegi-tstere. 7 SO ' 5 uu : I r County Officers. a' 11 ... . . it.. In liuiiiui PS n il i J I Era ' . l - K T liur. Meetlam Tlrkrla. s-'iairle thousand. $2 I .. tuoumnd r mora (.in rata order) 1 "I t-rii . .Irif-1 ly cash. Tnrr.f Miteog. Hivkm.ht llta.i.n, iii an.H.iiT Oaisctt Joiaxil., !tnx Ktim .. tar Hayar. I A.VK'IX. V are authorised toaaaaaacc II . V. Hankie a a candidate ..r re-election !. ibe f Alayer. hlevtioa Jsatanlay, De- tv-mbcr Nk. Jldrrmra. T"V D'KIXsON We nre authorised to an 1 7nunre J. II. Dickinson aK a candidate f r A Menus n at tin- n xl election. I 7 1) W A KIS A'careaulb.. I!- K. Kdward a a caa auritol Imiguaam candidate far Aldc...

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. — 6 December 1877

THE MILAN J EXCHANGE "Wl Al WMtK, Firt!i-.hrr. MILAN, TTffNSESSEE. MESSAGE. FtUmr-ritizn of . the Sennit arid, haunt cj With -.-rest vnWitti'le to the bountiful Giver of nil fMnl, 1 .iiki :H uliitc you, lit tin- bc-riii-ninif ol jimi flint n-jriiiKr iin-ion. Hint )na tlllll Olir COUI 1 1 IV liltt.Ked wcultti and ritc-hikI Rlmniliiiit lmr est. Hint it b en- onriiL'inir iniptTt of h nmrlf return ol Kvuitiii pmciMTity. .,, . Tilt; rArini"T!OS f)V ttiE C'rTrT ,t ? continue, mil, until It is fully eeeompll-Iicd, liiiiKt n-;uuii tiie uiit-l iiulKirtunt of our R tiotiMl ltitn.ti. Tin i-ament Tmi-piie w pl citizi tiM irenernlly unite their cfforti. in ilio.: cndeHvor 1 evident. It lotunl decided entire lon-TVi'the rc-olii- tim- announced In l-7f" by the National forivi'ritjon of the loii'liti-; oliti'-ni .mrtie ol tin- rniinirr. There wan n.ide -i-nre ad Mi,tiln-nini ill lit. Iu nioiiieiiU-n remit iu our jtroirri"-. n u nation, tiiHrkl liy the rc-i-cnt HtiiHrKlnwut ui til Coiiljlution, were...

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. — 6 December 1877

V r1 ) THE MIlAMi EXCHANGE. J i f . i I Have nold Hatch' l"n!vcral Coii,b fvrup for aliotit lour vim. br rain? U ia mv in family, I l-camc atifVJ of its mini. It lias l-.iiie the Icjui; article ail jta kUl Uajrlns;. fovfarthe Ix-st talc of ill V. Nilllfle l'tU aviu.- 1x 1. aiwiaaVi lll rlertl' H Bold I yil-a i li J Thk at tent I, Alr-puiflin .s invite te the advertisement of the FrsnMtti' .Voire "t m tsiiv in aitotlic-r column, who cifJ.T larp in dticetn.nrM tr !! itoi'h mvTU:ir fn tii-jlr lfn TlicJr i!!titnitc(l catal'.uc ill prove lu-tj-'6tl!iK n aOiiiJ to the public. 8TonPAtrr -Pof.njT Wf.j:T.n1 IlartlurJ, Conn..f'MVll y':M W Ostt but tlTjg jery, -tn or-ftf ), N.rniNljfiJ jxriiif CilltKMo-. t htiWrilK-r. It I practical, original, and always tjw-qy y.iMgk it j-Tiar. Kjsi.sroKii'a Oewroo Cor STatcm fer pudding, I'tiktarda, bUnc mautre. etc., U tlie orljr'i. ai. Tt is used iu all countries. Its purity mid delicacy arc unciiualcd. Hence Itst'iVBuin.' ' - . : i i ; ,' i "Ttcre'i Xotli...

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. — 6 December 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DECK C, 1877. Gen. Ord calls fur piore troops for the Mexican frontier, aud evidently fears trouble. Tennessee bonds fell over four cents in New York last TuosJay. Getting scared ai the legislative prospect, we presume, The Nashville Evening Record has changed to a morning paper. I Vice jeven dollars a year. P. S. After ne issue, it suspended. Judging by the result of the recent legislative elections in some of the counties', the bondholders will have a hard tinac of it in getting their prop osition accepted. In fact, the sir be gin? to assume a repudiation hue. Taxes for 1STT. i As there seems to be a misunder standing among the tax-payers of the ! county, as to the precise time when j .1 - . it . r or . . me tax u-i oi ioti goes 11110 me bands of the constabhs of the various SEW ADVERTISEMENTS. W. B. GUION, uaims oi me coueiaoies oi me various , m v-v f m rCT A T-4.1 district, we publish the following ex- M H III 1 1 UK A H tracts from the Acts i,f 1877, cha...

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