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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 December 1877

) TITE EXCHANGE IV. 1. Will K. lriilomttU Pmblinhrr. ; i i n Rii-no K ITKS. "TV dollar real : i.tie.lolliir lor -i i month': Ifty wnl li.r thi.-e Binibs iN AkiAe..T is au--ANr. axaoixcemcvt. To Can 1 iJa Tli f..ll..win i"Kle "f l'r,, l""n creed k- the i-afer of tlii. eounly. and ill -tly adt. R-Jto: tnnniiarfmilU. For' onrrc. 1J J-'..r Jmiirf Attorney oeneral. . -i l i.r Leri-lainre. ' '"' rf.reuatvOT;-er. .' "I i all. lur (.crfou-to hrciac cr-ieli'lalr. live (cut. I'tr li ic t Irrllon Tirkrto. inrlr thor.-snil. tl 1'cil mi-ami or more (in anie order 1 ) Xei his --Jriet I V n-h. '! Wl VT.lV Mlep.in. Ill Mj;..!.bT II .1 . !r.ii.nr Iim.' ii t:ViJ, i II, IS Y.. H..M.I.. I ""I.IN. I nfT.-r lay mvwie a -il t fur 9 i:.T.-t.-r .l (,iiH...n-mir.i uk .exiei.-e- li..n. 1 I lui iiet-u uiv II i Ir tort u tic a, er to w.llk. ., 1 am Ht.al; t. nak-o a Iv jng li l.-iUr. n j Jlir 01J all Very efficient citV Mar ..tiirr men. J huae I he i.ter h ifl Irikr my .-se t int., eiiii.lrri.iii ao.l iiiie wo ...

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. — 13 December 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, r.A.WAIlK,rubl!her. - - TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUIIIIENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The Senate, at Its Utt executive wsion prior to the cIom; ot the Fpeeial wsiou, con firnW a larjre number of appointments, monp them Owen P. Fitzsimmon, I'nitcd States Marshal for Georgia. There wan a clow i-ont-!'t rcpardiiuc bin confirmation, which wan finally brought about by the iJemm-rati! voting folidly in his favor, sup plemented by the vote of Con over, Patterson, ar.d Stanley Matthews. The confirmation of the New York Cui-toin-liotfe appointment wa not reached for ac tion, and fell with the expiration of the ws vion. Antony other nomination-) which ex pired for waut of action were thoie of Ef fingham Lawrence, Collector of Customs, New Orleans; John E.Raler, L'uited States Circuit Judtre for the Fifth Circuit; E. A. lloyt, Oniimissioner of Indian Af fair; Henry S. Pnnford, Minister to Iiclpium, and H. W. Hillinrd, Minister to Brazil. The nomination of General Harlan, to be Associate Ju...

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. — 13 December 1877

V THE MILAN EXCHANGE. T.i.irmt;riUiiiOT. . - TENNESSEE. MILAN, A ROMAXCE OF CHRISTMAS. t Strrt Jnle stood with thoughtful mien llelore tin Blowing iiiitlirwiu-, . t Im-aiuing a liii iv iili"(r dream Mie meant to make come true tuut iilhU ' I do not think. he softly nM, II !h'ul'l hW. In-would rctuw; And lu ll the lirfstmas fcat i spread, 1 lieu Ia e "r f shall win or losw." The spacious mansion shone with Hifht, il-urt -fill of happiness t he host ; Of all the m Hr tan ( In i-tina ji itr! 1 1 Held memories that moved linn most.. jtroiiiiil the least jrlail liicvs lieaTn, words and latoUT idly drift : Then rone fair.Josic, like Home ticvn '.My lather, 1 would hk a (jilt. "Thin mnrnini In uiy mother' hand u laid a bracelet riehly tare ; And scarcely yon would iiiiderft:iinl That I lor Jewels did not care. "This morning fo!d and lnve you Kent To iiihiiv a iioni" where they are scant ; liat 1 then raid 1 really meant Money ia not the thing I want. " Rut If vim would make Josie (ray. And...

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. — 13 December 1877

r THE EXCHANGE1 THURSDAY. DECK 1". 177. MAKktT K1POK1S tu ............. 1 .... r .: 'r",ni"7- iiiv xi'ii-iu mt m. it t i in j 'ii i- t,,o. firiiinarx- imJ New Orlenti. are at war with each ! . -..I ...... i-.- t . t , ' ! ''""ll III I'I JilUK - ... . i'lUXI, illHI l-IIIIlj't llll'lll IIH .ll.l.l.H i'i iii.l.iljic i ;--. 4 ' I " ' 1 S j the rnce of feed r-)nMr:ulv. I wwy riiiif .inrkeM. iiaAs. Xtv. u. isrr. C ft: B. :;".;.. . io XEW AD VERTISEMEXTS. W. R. CHRISTIAN, WILLIAMS LAWSON, i?i WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALERS 01 Walnut t. CIXCINXATI. O. H:l!V meat -!car -i lo " hnll 'i r.. Statements from the New Oilcan-, ! f:Z.Z'ZZ:':Z Galveston nnl Memphis l.-iarttnet!l ; inform us that, on ac-otint of lie kul i .l',ViViV."'".'.V.'; weather, a pr'-nenl iWreac in the j J cotton prKlacti'ii is reported. . j 'j',1; r,','r no km, l-r doicu J. II. Eo.-iis. democrat from L-m- iriana, was nl nitttrvl to Lis i-fat in I lie U. S. St nate last Monday I y a vol" of i'J to 8. This i- the first time th it bod...

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. — 20 December 1877

1 J I THE EXCHANGE W.4.WADE,MIIriiiHl Pnkll. ( fcrilM-RIPTIO RATI. Two dollars year: on- dollar fr s """"V 8 fly rent for thi im r. onths. imtaii-Y IX - AOl(ErATS. To CauHdes The fulWi : "f r,rF' h" h" agr on by the rl" f '' unty. nnd will Westrie.lv adhered : H a neeitae n In. For Cnnrrees. , , r or Judge end Attorney Oeneral. Fr Legislature. 7 "si S ! I t(,TU.!iiy"i.i.x,.. fulls fr pen-wns " become candidal.'. Bve era to per line. Ml I lorHon TleUel. Fingle thousand. Two thousand r more (hi m or; I J rrrnn Strictly c-l. 'I CNTi MlM. Ill viii.t llmii n. 1l-Unol.I'T tftiVKK Jrtt'MM, Mll.SN KXH1S.K. BOI.IS. I offer toy name m randUal for K'-iri'l'T iil"n county at the next fic tion. Jthas Im tn -tiistortune never to walk, o I in eiM" to make li'itig li labor, as r"hrr men. I fc"rciic voters will take my case into censiderntWin and givernrtheiraid- I was bum and r-UM-d in lito-oa rt-au'y. dist. Xi. 1 llrAtuy. Ji L. itoux. "MTE a-enulhomcs" and r-Ul-fd U an V rniann tvm It '1 kav. K., ...

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. — 20 December 1877

THE MILAT EXCHANGE W. a. WiDK, Pbrhcr. MILAN, - - TEXXES5EEL CUIUIENT NEWS. TT.HIGTOX. The ?"w Toik OuMom-houiw appoint ment were finally disponed of by the Sen ate oa the 12th, miter an executive xcsnion of nearly Mx hour. In conformity with the report of the Committee on Commerce, MerrlU tu confirmed a Surveyor and the nominations of Roosevelt a Collector and Prince aa Naval Officer were rejected. Mr. Conklin?, Chair man of the Committee on Commerce, open ed the debate with a brief Matement of the reason w hy, in the opinion of the majority of that committee, the two last -named nominee tbould not be eon finned. These were, in brief, that no charges, either of corruption or inefficiency, bad been made" against the present Incumbent; but that, on the con trary, they were conceded to be faithful, honest, experienced and able officer. Mr. Bayard then followed in an extended argu ment, maintaining the rltdit of the Executive to makechangcwTiich,'! hipinim,wmild be for the benefit of t...

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. — 20 December 1877

THE M1LANEXCHANGE. W. A. AT i PL, I'sbliahrr. MILAN, . - TEXXESSEE. CHRISTMAS IX THE HOUSE. TESEMEST- My liahr died last niirlit, ill it n Trip and liiitiirT Hn! ciH It tliere i! li ii pretty lace All nu hihI white unil iia ; 1 ln-HrtJ Hn tiiiiunin:? cries, I saw Hi- iinciieil '"'ver. Aii'l 1 ired that mt would curse tlie rich lun xr ami lon-vcr. Xav, 1 not utiake your lir-ft'l Ami IimiW i a'l ami hurt; 1iu m-wrliad baliy tin: ol liunitei, rol'l, ami dirt ; Villi never WnJ ll'Mlllieil to live, Willi "pl'llt HM'I KHPiHK t'lTHtll, In a tenement -limine luc- rotten walls l;ek mill I In- eliine ot (!-uili. Ir yon tbink I wits always thus i piTiclii-'l ami poor anl pale-? Why, at yiiiir net', sweet Iwly, lulu t-troiijr anil riy and lale. Jin liurili-n M!ii- tinnl to me ttien, Ami lile was a i?lorioone; Ami my aoiil, liUe a liarn iu pui fi-et tune , tiavtinelmly nil day long. Aii'l now I am all alone. it li ni-ii ln-r a liope nor a poal ; Ami tin- Ijtui 'ion knows, lor I don't care, What ...

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. — 20 December 1877

THURSDAY, DEC! I 20, 877. There Lsa eligLt prospect that Great Britain will yet become embroiled in the Ru360Turkish war. Our hkilons are f till wrestling with the state debt problem, and apparent ly no nearer a settlement thaa when they were called together. Oar read era can come as near guessiug the re cult as we. A little spec of war was visible on the Mexican frontier since our last. AVe hope it tuny blow over. We .have no use for more territory, nnd there would be no glory to our armg in whirminir Mexico. ' Let us have - - peace General Kelso gupplit-d us with a nice dish of brains Tuosday. It is now in onler for every Smart Alick of the Tennessee Press to cay : " You needed them." Pitch in, Siuarti. ; we've laid the gap down. I'uyltcUk Erpret. Unfortunately, though, they were not the kind you needed. Now ! .. - -s A bill has been intnnluoed in the legislature toadoptthe Virginia liquor laws to raise revenue. The system provides a tax of two cents and a half on each drink of al...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 January 1878

THE EXCHANGE! W. ;titr Md mblUhfr. Two dollar rr: e dilarfcsig month': tfty cenu tur tare months, ovagiaiiLY i 'm-r. A SO I XCE.H K.ATS. To Candidates. The following scale of prices has !- a airrrcd on by the papers if this count) . and ill be strictly adhered to:' K.w Congresa. . Kr J uJsr anil Aunrucy Ocueral. For Lea i stature. F or nunty inicers. A let 1 If for i-rrrutii to become Candida-, five rents her line. llfrilcaTlfkrlt. Single thousand. Two t'-onsand r more Or h( rderi K on J j) 1 crate Mnctly cash. TBrT4is Miue lltunui.nr I!ii.i. II(HBlit ciniuu Jm imi., .Mu.ax KtrmwK. Krflnlfr. T any name "I OT,I. I offer any name a a candidate far J Ke Lister of tiifostMi eoiiuivat the mi-k!u tion. i bar been tu misfortune never to walk, an I aw unable to make a li in h labor, a other men. I hop the voter ill take my ease into cenidcratioit end give mctheiraid 1 was bora antl raised ih ub-n wunl) . di-t. Xa. ! lr"-ful.y, Jn L. Kui.tx. ""IIT'E are authorised and fruwOd ia ew 1 1 nouuee...

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. — 3 January 1878

THE MIUraCHANGE. MILAN. - - TENNESSEE. CUIUIEKT NEWS. 1 MWBB J , . WASHINGTON. Col. Blunt, of the Vnitcd State Engineer Corp, 1 under arret . for malfeasance In connection with the di-burwment of appro priation for the Improvement of harbors on Lake Erie, of which work be bag had charge. He will be trid by ceurt -martial. - The Comptrolle'r of the W?cy gives notice of very dangerous tounterfeit five dollar notes on the First National Bank of Hanover, I'a., snd Flrct National Bank of Tamaqua, Pa. All persona should refuse the five-dollar notts of these banks, ai-j the bolder hoi; Id forward i-uch irotea to the redemption agency of the Treasury De partment. " - Gen. Sheridan has been notified of the Sec retary of Wart approval of the final survey of the military road from BUmarck to the BJack Hills. , Mrs. Chisolm, of Kemper County (Mi.) massacre fame, has accepted a place in the Treasury Department, offered her by special direction of the President. ' Secretary Schun authorizes a new...

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 January 1878

THE MILAN TXCHANG".? WATES IV. A. lHllt, r.bUsher. mux,- T; TENNESSEE. 1 Disgruntled Editor's Ho mil. Chrihtmag December 25, A. I). 1877. A dismal, disheartening, day-long drizzle, soaking into the very souls of fen ; -nir murky with earth-born vapors and loaded with the sulphurous, steuch.'ni Jairoing gun powder; street-crossings ankle-deep in muck; women holding a draggled train in the left hani and the handle of an umbrella in the rigliV while their inter fering heels carried -the mud far up their red stockings and splnhwi it over the Lit of whius skirt revealed; five hundred callow youths in helmet hats, who preferred caroms to caroln, punch ing ivory in steamy billiard-rooms; thousands of excited, children beating drums, tooting horns, exploding, stiuk making contrivances, and adding in ev ery way to the general din ; sweet peals of church organ mingling with human voices; the breaking Joo.se of the long pent-up agony of Christ Church chimes, tnM. 1'..: ' ' J I tilu ini-ir cnr-...

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 January 1878

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JANT 3, 1878. STATE ITEMS. The two extra sessions cf the Legis lature cost the Suto uearlj fifteen thousand dollars. Fj,esh oysters in Memphis twenty live ceute a can, and warrantid four to five dozen ia a can. The Legislature adjourned last week after passing only one law al lowing themselves mileage and per liem. Pity they ere called together at all. Brownsville Bee : The well-known house of J. B. Phillips& Co. made an nssignment to W. B, CJalbreath oi Memphis, Wednesday, for the benefit of creditors. . Liabilities about S5o, WO; assets large, but not fully known yet. On Christmas night a frame build ing in Sweetwater, Tenn., caught lav from a rocket, and was qui.klv surned. The flames Fprvcul nnd sumed four other buildtr.p ; , of the buildings wcrv frasue d twyi were brick. Rev. Anuv It. J ir,f ha lv-e tr.v ferns! from UioMtt-.'j'duM'OiiW Couforcnoe, and will i a jvn torsi charg of Sj. PswV M U. Church ia liic cstr f S IVAiNsv Our reitenws) Lac:i Wvy. 0...

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 January 1878

THE EXCHANGE W. A. WAE. Editor and rnWIUher. mrns kiption katkh. Two dollar" year: one dollar fir fix month'; Sfty nDti fur (brae mouths, iTAti.tui.v in ao- a y ck. To Candidates. The following ca,lc uf prions fea Wn greed on by the papers uf this and iU Lcatrictlr adhered to; AaMe-waeaia Tor Congress. f or Jutirv and Attorney Crneral. Fur legislature 7 5 Ml i or County UHic-cr. all fur ticrruue" wouaae j' eirts pursue. ." 'lidVv, fitc Ireltem TlcUrla. J wn ttruucand or mm ia eaaaewpicr) I U) 'Jcrnis siriel.lv cash. i'kV.STOK Mltlllt, 111 IIWtLM II II L URUI.IIT i KAH.lt J' ViL, KaerifT. TLAEEV.HK. W e are authorised 4i an. JjjnaiM J. 11. lllMkrinurc a a candidate for Micriff at the neat election. Krc'X'r, r my name "OOI.IX. I "Per my name as a candidate fur Kcinir.uMiilaiio county ut the uc&t elec lion. It Lufa Wtenaiv nu tort tine never to walk, o 1 am unnM. to wake a ilmr b Jabnr. a oilier leen- J keb voter will takeiuy raws into cii-idrratjoii ati'i gji vnie their aid- 1 wax...

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 January 1878

THE tfflUKiEKE-HANGE.i Lizzie Davis, In a fit of insane Jealouny Kiilfd that lady mnd then took bin own life. The murder was committed at the residence MILA5, f .'! ' of tho vounsr ladr. where Haddock had pone "'TrvvrP ; fully irrparNr tf dV nrrtwk- '.i i,cr with liut.iw r-ttffe, buipot l.ciivff " """ ; immediately 4ti.eWulijn killing Jief tVAstrrvc.Ttr Lonf CnMotil-hoii un account ol hi r fired thro fatal. Th The New Orleans' Clearing-house AmocI tion have pasted a resolution protesting against the passage of the Bland Silver bill. I lev. Leroy r. Garton, a well kcown Ptps yterian fninUtcrvnf " Memphis, Aropprd ytj dead in the street mt Helena, Ark., i the th, of brart diseitn. i t 8tra:j r l. ' .ninisr i mat nis victim was aeaa, proceeded Srr. Tnomss h ! ' ,,,, ow, hon,P. whore vhe fourth shot from irl(?s.',be ! The OMn Lerf.slaeure mt mi th 1th L' lLrj oy4nfwf'i;b pjnvod ji. Thj iiowJfiscodBln State officeiTijrfcreUi, le maniac lover, aTTer satisfying . augurated on the ".h. r, n...

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 January 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, VT. A. WA DK, ruMUhcr. . " " - ' - TEXXESSEE. iHLAX, A WOMAN'S WISH. Would I wore Ivlnjf In a Hold of clover ' l"vr roi.l uni wif-., and soft and Wcot, w nil ducky ci. Mids aud Uccii skies liamnng over. B And scented Filc-iiec- tit my and feet. - Jut-t for one hour to slip the li-ashnf Worrv ' S'l'cf-'k iLILalK lj'um 1 koufclit's impatient And Mt h ft coursing in it lieeoH hurry iM-l-'k"8 Wis,Jl"11', wliktlea Duty's Ah! it were swe -t, where clover clumps are mi'minr . -And hiding, ho to hide and rest, o found cxcejit ui own heart's sturdv bcat 1'K, . . Hocking; itself to fl- p within my breast. , J ust to lie there filled with the lercr breath injr Tlmt cninc of ll.-tc-niug to"V free bird's Our kiuI, require at times this lull uniueutli inif All swords will rut il scuhburd-kept loo ion. And I am tired! ho tired of rigid UntvJ - e-o tired I ali my tired hand llnd to do! I yearn, 1 faint , l.ir muik-oI lile's li te beauty. Its loot-e lieurts villi no Mrmj,'lit Mii...

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 January 1878

I! 11 ""THE EXCHAG THURSDAY. JAN'Y 10, 1878. The Nashville American calls it the ' soap and tissue paper Legislature." Why not call it th " Rump Legi. rature and be done with ij. ? The FUte debt be the main jssuo in the corning canvass. Candi dates can noy step forward and lot - the dear peope know what their po sition is. The Ioton Health . Board pro. nounces dipththeria a disea.se daner pus to the public health, and orders physicians to report cases as they do hose of small pox. The Southern Industries, published at Nashville, ought to be in every man's house. It ia working wonders forTcnnp&see. SuWnption price ouly 50 cenU a year. Col. E. Pojk Johnson, of the Louis ville News, has been elected to the i Assistant Clerkship of the Kentucky Jlouse of Representatives. A more competent man or jollier soul could hardly have been found. . The Union City Chronicle toys " the suu u as last for about ten days last week," JIow many das do you have in a week, Mr Chronicle? Your Christmas...

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. — 17 January 1878

THE EXCHANGE .WAIr, l.dilor a4 abllhr. SII1M KIl'TIOX RATI:. Two dollars a rwr: one dollar for ii monthr; ?f'jinu Tor three month. iai! T l tin To Candidate. The f-dlowinr acale uf price ha been acrred n by the -iK-r of this cunnty. and will be f trictly adhered to : Anavnarenavaia. Tor ronrrwK, 110 no 7 no 6 r f or Ju-lcc and Attorney Ueneral, K or IjeaisluiHre, for i nunt iuntyifliecr. ft mi Calls (ir pe non to hrroma candidate. In cent Mr line. I lection Ticket. Single thouFand. t2 00 T o t ,i'inri'l r tr.orc (in mine order) 1 SO Jcrin Mri-tly cash. '1 m.sTit Minaom. Ill UHIII it II KKLD, lit Miu.i.iiT iuic JorauL, Mll.U KxHANGK. Sheriff. i'iM-c .1. II. P,l..i.cm. ire aa a candidate fur. rncrtn at me next election. Rr-giNle-r. Be T.IX. I offer my name a a candidate for IUvistT of e.ibs.-n county at the next elec tion. Jt has oven my niisioi tuiie never In walk, eo 1 am unable to make a li'in b labor, a o her men- J hope the voter ill take uiy case into cn-tl-i!ioi am1 jrive methe...

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. — 17 January 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. It u determined t a recent Cabinet meeting that the Secretary of the Treanury should, as goon as practicable, invite a further subscription to the public loan of 4 per cent, bonds, and so conduct it that all aubecribert in all part of the United State shall have free and easy opportunity to sub scriW to bonds of any amount authorized by law, through . National Banks and bankers of established credit, and to give very facility allowed by law to convert post al orders, certificates of deposit and United States notes into coin for the payment of bonds and, where necessary, to sell eoia to facilitate subscriptions and to favor any legislation that Congress might see lit to adopt to promote deposit of ssvings for the funding of the National debt. The National Female Suffrage Convention met in Washington, P. C., on the 7th. The Secretary of War on the 9th made a requisition upon the Secretary of the Treas ury for $TiOO,00...

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. — 17 January 1878

r P" sltcr. It iraks for IimK. Kor kh ikt, Mw., April 2d, 1X77. Mr.Ei-.itob: Having read in your paper re txrte of the remarkable cure of catarrh, I am Jnduond fj tell "what I know alxnit calarrh," and 1 fanrv tie ftnufT' and " lahalinc-tute" maker (n.erc d-l!ar-eralibors) would l-e p'.ad u thoy could cmljlu7.iTi a similar cure In the pixrs. For Si veers I rufTcred w ith catarrh. Ibecssal KsaL'i 8 tx-canie completely closed. "Siiv.C.- t," "ashes," "inhahnii-tubes," and "tkks." wouldn't work, t!i-itii:li at Inter val I would snill up the sn-c-alii-d catarrh muff, until I Ix-rame a valuahlc ti-sti-r for such rnrdk-inra. I (rraduallv crow worn-, and no one ran know how muvjj I tt;(Terel or what a miwral.il! b-liie was. Mv li.-ad achod, orer my rye?, o that I m ctnitincd to my bed for many uecei-ve .lays, suiTerine the timet in tense iiiiin, which at ont time lasted continn trosly f ir K,k hour. All mm of smell and taste cone, M-tit and b.:-arinr impaired, body nhruiit en and w.-akenc.!...

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 January 1878

III. -.Ill 1.' MIJ IW !J -t ! I TIIE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JAN'Y 17, 1878. The Memphis municipal election j takes place to-tlav. . There w consider ' able excitement in that city on the mbject. John Johnson ought to Le the successful man. The Turks have evacuated Phili poppolifj, and scorn to be demoralized everywhere. Peace negotiations have begun between Russia, and Turkey, but there is an impression that little the quotations from tin Look p. pul roodwill mm(.f ;t fi.nf li-h.-.t in the I:it :r-Ucean, in OcIoIkt, C au, utji 111(11 Vlllll European powers w ill yet become em broiled in the fidit. Our old friend, John E. Helms, editor of the Morristown Gazette, has our sincere sympathy in his sad lw- J reavement. His dearly beloved wife, the companion of bis life fur thirty j years, died a few days since, having bis life indeed dark and desolate. May he bave grace to boar the terri ble loss in a christian spirit A correspondent from Paris, writing to the Nashville American, says: Hon. I...

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