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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 January 1878

v. I THE EXCHANGE W.i.WilE.UIlM'aM rsUMMr., KCKM.'BirTI?r BATE. Tare itn a dollar brail Mooter; tfty ceata fur three meacW. tceaaiaaiv ta ad- i aKCB. AvvoorcExcsrrt. Ta CaikaUdatea. Tbe f.Heertn eeeto af arVea hei aimed o by too mm of tMi cewaty, n4 will be atricliy to s V... rVr Jlre aaa Attoraay Gawerat, fur Legirlatere, 7 60 6 0 or leanty lltfm. 5 00 talla fur perron ta becoma candidate , iv. oU per line. ItwetoMB TlflulA. Single iVxmd, . . thoaraad er kon (ia mm enter) 3 00 1SU aerme runny cut. Tbkxto Mraanm. ilraftourr Haama, ill' a Bet. T UllHI JoCBBlL. iiLas kiniHi. IkcriK BLACEM9I.-'illiml to aa nnaaoe J. H. Bukmw aa a oaadidate tar c-bt-nf at tk. Mil atei-tioB. HEFLET . W arc aethoHard to an Bonne J. U. Ileler as a ca.adi.jatc forfcaerif at aest election. StB,tolee, BOLtX. I mtrr my am a m candidate for rW riator altbeoo conn ty at to. next elee ttoju UbOTtwramy vniforaeaeewrtowaJk, n I aai intMc a aaaha a living by tober, a tber eaea- i he tee voters will lav e bi 7 caM la...

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. — 24 January 1878

THE MILAracMi MILAN, CUKKENT NEWS: ' Gen. Peter O-Wrhab, of Mlnouil, llWd Rate Consul at iLyoiVraace, return ed li Is portion, ; . ,';,:. ,-, The operation f ail ortern'oif peuaiarr reward hitherto made f..r (he doieetion anil punishment of persons' employed lii Illicit' distillation of npirttP nKjwtMo Tar as regards the Stated if JVorth Carolina, Sooth Carolina, Georgia, iAMbim. i Mbaisflppii Tennessee, Arkansas, J.li.wn.ri and Mto tucky. Other and more toerUve nietkodl ior me ftippresMon of illicit distillation in these loealitle, "the CoinmiMioner sy are now being pnt in operation. 5 ' (Viijrresa !ia fed' Join ! fiWoiltiSn flunking Hnr? W. W AfrbaW plorer, "fori solving tac (Mitt IwporiaM geographical problem f, ihm iJt ...j , , , The I'reu'dettti ha nonili.aUsdi John ,C varpenicr collector internal .Bnveauc', xvmisas; eorge isaldey, receiver of Public Moneys, New Orb-ant; Ilen7y"Ti."V alter. Keceiver of Public Moneys fndcpehvf. nee Kansas. ' I J-"' i j -i -.1 vl . The Post-offic...

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. — 24 January 1878

lUiLnri LA'JiliHiXULi W. A. YTMIE. 'blither. MILAN', TIVO LITTLE PAIRS OF BOOTS. Ttm- It.., I - 1-T-f.a.e fX n.ii,- iimrs )i to lij fii si.-jfi, .frr'f T W 1 - Two iitl. an. I ;ti.i...y . The tiaik. Hi. y I. R mx.ii the floor. iiiiivii nne Biyiiiiiir. Those little boots with copper tots 1 hey mn Hit- livi-l.iiijr day Aii'l oftftitin,f-H leva..-! vLf , r . 1 heir heavy tramp at play. They walk lKiit the now Wheii- mini in iiImi.iv niowuil ground It i- n.lh-.i up in iimilili-i. round, AnU Iwktxt in luue pun; ' At nliit iiki trt ugr-trr lloor In irtery -liape itilritn! . - i ' ' I' T I, To-ilnT I wIKoxJ to ih-oI.1; . . lint, wIikii 1 look, t-uiT.it, ' . :. i At IIiomc lilile ImmiIii l.y tlKi lire, . .. Vi ltd nip.HTtocs ao lnU(. j 1 t hinlc trow mid my hrt wwuU lie, 'io put them ont Mghc, ' ' t i . ; - I . t J I . - i I for, in a trrmlrai tvrtrt Hv laid. I Two xix-ksot white mill lilne; H railed to put those hoot-, awav, Ol.o.?-uat.lnvnl& 1 !or r . .' I in. nu n that there nre not,...

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. — 24 January 1878

THE EXCHANGE r i THUESPAY. JANT 24, l.7. The Senate fin Moodf tg&ia re fused to confirm Maj. Wsldron as IT, S. Marshal for West Toooewee. The rirculatfoa of the Eic? akg js iDcring rapidly,, Jkearly every week we have to print exte-a iUeb U supply die demand, p. .'.,' Hon. ?a. EL Bailey has cur &uiU for a copy of his a&ost exceiknt pecch is tU U. 8. Senate mo lie Payment of Govenim4t Bonds." . The Rusfiiajsia are knocking at the ,doors of Constantinople, and the Turks seem to be willing to make peace pn anj terms. 'The T badly vhipped. The financial panic aij over the porta seems to he growing. Every day w hew f numerous failures of banks, manufacturing establishments, flierchants,' etc. Jo 7 the aouth ; times aeem to he better. We have received from Logan D, Paiueron, Ad vocate Publishing House, St. Louja, a most excellent picture of J&hop Marvin, and a fine steel en graving of the Bishops of the M. E. Church, South. Every Methodist pught to have a copy. . 'Price tw...

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. — 31 January 1878

THE EXCHANGE W. 4. WARE. Mllomnil fabliaher. MritM BIPTIOX KATKM. Two dollars year: one dollar fur si monthr; 4fly m furlfcm: uontbs, ivii T ly e- AKCZ. A 5 O I . 0 1: 11 E. T s . To Candidate. Th following of prices Vsfr 1-een nri-eed kb liy the palter of this roniity, and will be strictly adhered to: A nnoaurentewta. For Congress. Kor J udsrr mi J Attorney (". r-neral. Kit l.cilMiire. 'or ('Miniy ifliccr. Calls for l-r.n la liMomc candidal! eenu uer line. lection Tfrkrfa. r-iujle thousand. Two ti.ouraod r more (in (nine order) f M (H i t , tv term Mrictly ch. 1 tTO Ml'l'll, Mil K1 HT MrKlLI). Ill koi:it ltini, Jormnt, Vll.lS l)l'HiM.(. p. her I IT. I LA REVOKE. We- rehorfjr4 to n-Jnn-Mice .1 . II . Klakcniore n a candidate tor Merrill at 1 iirr.1 election. H KKI.E'V . We rr authorized tn announce J. II. Ilrllryu candidate for Mierill lit the next election. r.-ftiier. IOUN. I offer r nam a a candidate for Heti-icr l isibcon cotitilj'at the elec tion. J I hn hrrn nay ii;il..rtunr ne...

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. — 31 January 1878

..EXCHANGE, it VI. k. Wilit, I'ablUarr. ,. ..:.:. ... TENNESSEE. MILAN,-" CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. Correspondence has taken place between I-ireenutfve Glover, Chairman of Com wittee of Expenditure in the Treiury De partment, and 1'ret.ideot Havw, touching the proposed investigation of alleged abuses in said Department The Ireidnt Mr. Glover that he shall be glad to co-operate heartily with the committee in the pro posed investigation, and assurance is given to all subordinate oflioera that the fact of iieir tetifyin before the committee hball not lie used to their prejudice. Capu A. K. Lontf, Cotnuitsrarr tt Subsis tence at Washington, oouintiited mikide on the "Id. Long was Tardea Clerk, at the White House under PrenUU-m Johnson, aud k tpneU to dutr with Mri .Kihimon when the latter wm Military kji"! rnor f Tennes see. He married dauhuruf linn. Ueary I). Foster, et-Kt'prfhtutaiivftiiamJ.Vunsyl. vania. The cause of. the tuii-kle.jjt not The HouseOmmittee on Indian Affairs Lave agre...

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. — 31 January 1878

Honor In Ills Own Land. -, ti ?? Co,nl, y In m-euilv-iKMied work! lue liif tory of New York Mate, The day hai pawed when flip benefactor of humanity ere "llow-rd In live in tirnomiiiiou povertv their naenlKi-s H.'.ir lulxirs, tinrwuiiiKiiHMt lo-dav the Uin factors uf the ix-oik the Jdcd ho devoU-1 l.e r liv. g and encr-i to the interef U of l.ii.iK.mty-tl,,., .re" the -m.r, horu the world d. to honor, and whom it rewards iih ,,rmc!y fortum-a. A an carii(t w.,rk1;rf;,r the Welfare of his fellow- .... .., ii,. iv. i . i n-roe tins won thi-ir rmet r.nii;ij ann esieoni. Wtitl m-king to be v uie.rMTvaiii oiily, he lia3 j. oine a prtuce 1.1. i. ' V Dt-,"",lll,M" 'wune laV- rT i "'V "? az iit:roiif.jH-oiIi'heli.iurd .i i 1110 ''"Hoii and tstalili.Hfi ;u'!' invtt:y coiitni.utive to X"i .V. 1 rKM- I"''! tiiua realizinz, in , . i,:"'"" '!, a n;-w ineaninir of that ui,iui oriental n-tmn of casting bread upon the waters .Voted in both publie im! ii . 7 ' u"w-Tvmj; mtr-nty and erii:i(r vntues th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 31 January 1878

'win wwiiiihi i ii'ii'u mil ii 1 1 iw i THE EXCIIAXGE 8 THURSDAY. JAN'Y 31, 1878. What repudiator proposd to take j off the poll tax from the really poor j "man: Ihe dog tax is gone. Are not tha poor mechanic mid. farmer as good rs dogs. Tlie Daily Topic is the newest and mallest daily paper we have wen. It was rtamd in Jackson a ft-w days Finee. Ten cent a wee k is the price, find it's worth the money, (Jen. Doak, of the Nashville American, delivered a lecture at Li brary Hall, in that city laxt Thursday night, w hich is spoken of very highly. His subject was " Supernatural iSo'Ic iting." ' Every tnemlcr in the lower house of the Mississippi Legislature voted in favor of Congress reinonetiz ing silver, and yet Senator Lamar of that state made a set speech against it in the United States Senate. It seems to us that he does not represent his people as he ought. James W. llpvnnfr .Tain n T! Knllo. j. .., ..... van and Jatues Jvniirston. thieves, i James Kingston, thieves, robbed a man...

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. — 7 February 1878

. i. T - TIIEEXCJTAXGE W. A. T iUE. l.Jllor anU l'nbl Jhr. HI KX KIPTIOX R.4TKN. T dollar" v r: enedolUrf-wsii esanttir 1l:y rnia lor three months, lVAklABLr l ab-j aoi ci:m:rs. To C'audldatr. . The following ! of arte ka been rrW en l r tlie pcrs bi llU uiioitr. aid brntri'-tly a Itierrd tu; InntaurrmrnK. Vr Cong-rec. fin nn Kur J ui! nd Attorary (jeueral, 7 50 )' !.-r!-!'- i F. ' ' 'in:tv ' 'f,i-ryt. HI t Vis tur persons ! Unsi candidate, fit cents uer lint. le-rtlam Tick eta- f-:r,rlr thousand, 1w t our.itiH i.r more !in unit order) on i M erum Mri'-'ly t m h. lira:;'-' T Hrmi.n, H r.'.I TT (iHAM.C JllI'BXjIL, 3I.AKKMC!'E W are authorised to In - j'.i! J. ii. 1'4 w utu;v u- u rJHiiiidute for Mi'-riif Ml ! Tint itfiinn. "I T UKi.EV. Wp mii'.rii !iiinn.T E I J (1 11-6.... . m .il,. k'Ln I . the nest ek'-tiou. "i 0 '.IN. I i.flVr y iwk' tj c i candidate fur J . re i-tr nfi rMlnontvt ft.c next cfee- I I'll!. IIUAS rrtt MJ eorsiurlacie Uel'er to Walt, rolin unxlitt to nuke li'icg b la...

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. — 7 February 1878

THE MiLAM EXGHANGt MILAN, r- 1 -"' TENNESSEE CURUEXT XEWS. WASHINGTON. Arrangement have been made ly the Secretary of the Treasury to receive in ptv inent of t-uVinplk.n to the I per cent, loan, coin or currency check drawn on bank or Unkera in Kcw Vork. Currency checU will be converted into coin at currency raU-, without exvn,e to the ovrtiLT, and the rx esa over the amount due on KuWriiin wiil be returned to MilM-rtler. Similar rranpctaenta lor oollei-tinir draft will W nade, if found liecrnxarr, in c-tl-.er t jlivn having sub-treaMiry orticev Capt. Ja.uui li. KJ, iiita bpn i by the President one ( tt ll.'iioitn IVim minMonerno the rii. tCxpnli.n, Hon. J. W. K.!rr, M.nwui l, M.-i.'i ban arrived in AVa.Mvtv'n, m twiv tie uinnii'iied to tt ify brfnv ihr tnvw nioual Commit tr. The 11 WrMrru S!tvi,lt lu.lni li.iiil, pave t; votes f.ir the M.-t!t!ww Mint tc.. lutionand 5 aaiut tt. Tlio l. S.mhIktu State pa IS ott fr I lie ih r rrvlution and 7 aaiuAt it. The mnc I'axtrru SUU voted 21 fo...

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 February 1878

THE fill LAM EXCHANGE, W.A.iriDK.rtblisher. MILAN, TENNESSEE LOVE IN IDLENESS. VThfn find eli met Mm, ahe was half forlorn tri in miiiim-jm. in ana empty :av Ib'trrvttitiK that he ever ha! lieen xtrn'. ...j i, nuiiiiurn u iicr iila mays. , lien nmt nlie met liiui, walking In the wood w nu neaven .tnnt-J In lit eve: 6uUdenly earth, tewmed aweet, and life sfcm ed (rood Ith d.tda worth doing under shining Treadlna: tntretlier tliere the forext flooro. Around tier lioin-i k heart (dole tohv ease As when warm wind are blown lrom spicy To one long sailing on Hie lonesome seas. ANm OLD STOBT IN NEW DBESS BT CAItLOTTA TERRT. lou have heard of the woman w ho, sweep ing one day In her mite of a cntta, found, hidden away In a aly little corner, a i-ixpenee. To mw Her mirpriae and delight, you'd be positive Mie Had found a email fortune, ut least. And now r-no stud: " Shall I buy me a horse, ora eow? Mot either, I guess," and lie most danced a " I'll Juxt go to market and buy me a pig." I'igiri...

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. — 7 February 1878

i '. 1 ! i j f i i f I WjWli THE EXCHANGE ' - - THURSDAY. FEB Y 7, 1878. The Baptist church and Odd FeU lows' Hall at Rogersville were burned last week. Supposed to be the work of an incendiary. The Paris Gazette says that old man Hardy Tharpe, the centennial negro, froze to death recently. He was considerably over one hundred veara old. Laps. D. McCord, Esq, of the Tu latki Citizen, is a candidate for attor ney general of his judicial district. . If he makes as good an attorney general as he does editor, law-breakers will euffer. Mr. Taliaferro, speaker of the hou?e of representatives in the Tennessee legislature, it is reported, will le a candidate for congress in his district, now represented by Hon. W. C. Whit thorne. l$r Riddle, of this state, introduced ft bill in Congress last Tuesday for a constitutional amendment providing for the election of President by the direct vote of thej peoj le. It ought to become a law. The Knoxville Tribune, of Satur day, the 2d instant, contains...

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 February 1878

THE EXCITAXGE W. A..WAItE. K1itrl PaklUher. ritMaijTio:v kati.k. Two dollar a year: one d.-l!:ir f.r fix monthr; Sfty cent lortbree monttts, iktsusi.t ii ao- AOr.CEHCXT8. To Candidates. The following -ls of rices n Wi agreed oa by tbe paper f thit eeaaiy, u wilt be strictly adhered to : llMtKfBfllt. For Congees, f 10 00 For i a.ia-e and Attorney General, t 50 For Legtidarare. 5 m For t'oaaty Officers. J t.alls lor ferrous to beeoms eaaciaatas, fro eeota nc tin. lefteai Ticket. Wnirle thoarand. ti 00 T t ousai'0 .r moreUo Hrrac ardor i 60 irm . -iri'fiy rafj,. HlHMOI.ST ilKlB. roi'NTT M.-IXTe!i. aUTl'KDAT, t OIST 3. BLAKEMOP.E. Weareauthoritod to nn jotnw J . li. Hukeiuore as caudidaie lor kher;n at the next election. nEKI.EY . Wo are author ixed to announce J. U. Ileflr-y as a cauuidale for ifberiff at tbo next election. Krarl4r. J"OMJ . I tSer my iim a a randidate for - Ke -iter of ti ibswn county at the next elec tion, it has l-u my n:i fortune never to walk, fo I tin ur.aMe to ms...

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. — 14 February 1878

THE MILAN EXGHAN! W. A. TAIK. Pub:;hor. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUUUENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The House Ooininitt mi Judiciary have voted on the proposition for a Sixteenth Amendment to the Constitution as present ed and iidtucalcU by tbe Ute Female Suffrage Convention. Tbe vote wa: Vcas Lynde, Krye, Ilntter, Conner and Lapham S. X.iys Knott, Hartriile, Sieiv.'er, MVMahon and Cullierson T. Ilurrls, f Virginia, who is opposed 1o female sutl'ruse, heinj; Hhsent, there is no prohuliilily that the committee will at any. time her:itor take favorable action on the mil.jeet. I'rofVssors Kilcy, Thomas and Packard, 1'iiited Slate s Kntoi-iolo'ji-al Commi-sion-rr, have a.-led'the A pproprlat ion Commit tee for an appropriation of .2."i,Qri0 tur the next year, to enable the C"'inmisiDii to con tinue it-InlM.rs in the Southern States,' and to attempt the cnniieation of the army worm, v hirh now does to much damage to cotton. . ... An in estiva! ion of the charges preferred j against I Viol keeper Poik 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. — 14 February 1878

'7 i 0 5J A Clond of TTltnewee.. - For nearly a quarter of century Dr. tare's Catarrh 1 1 .1 .. t i i . . . . . .. ikiucuj use ijwn wKnowieajreU by the Yi'K as m poiuve cure lor all catarrhal gf. lections. Its ere! popularity with physicians andpaticiitii,u,pptbori!h its cottantlv-lu-creaoins sale attests, iu arjrrmierits rtroiirw fJlQn -.P,la l 1 I: . . .. -' eenpral or n.Tvo-Js u. -i.iliiy and impovrrif-bed blood Ir. I'ippr't Uol.luti Medical Discover? liouil be us.M :n conruv tmri with the Catarrh J-mcdv. The folio in jr-riamcd tigrties are ,molf tliouiUiida wbo tme k'nniJ o corrA by the use or Dr. jje's Catarrh Kem- A. T. Down., Xrr(;,WTa, V. ; D. J. Bmwn, Ft. Jns.-j.li, .Mo.: K. (J. Lewis, Kutlan.l, Vt. Levi t-fi mirer. Ne;t!e Lak.-. u;,i..: CIms. Xor crop .Noru, t'brf.t..-i:. i,l. .!c; M.ltnj, Jones, ""-. J. C. MciTiraun, l.o.'nin,rf, Jnd - M. l u-t-Loen-pi-t, JiuL ; J. V. Bailey. Trc mort, IV; H. IS. At re. f.n Tort.., In, Jes JieM. Nars, Kt. lira mli, J mi.; L. Hillianis, Ca...

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. — 14 February 1878

THE EXCHANGE TIIUKSDAY. FEB'Y 14, 1378. ' The Rev. Dr. Armitas his chrlit- ened Bob In?eroiI ' the new C-f.Iiah of Oath." Where U t! new Daniel, with his pebbles and sling? 2. Y. Sun. . , Where is the fool killer, x:lh bh . Ctufied club? Read your Bible, Sun. Ttr- i i c iiuucb ir.tti numusr ci our exchanges in this state arc Li favor of establishing whipping; posts for the punishment of small offences. We have adrocaled that for r omc time. We hope the eubject will be agitated until the law is patsed. Doorkeeper Polk, of t!o national house of repicjontatiTefl, confesses to "irregularities" in the administration of his office. Off with his head. No doubt, though, many of the members are partially to blame for his trouble, by pressing him to make appoint ments of their constituents. Sherman, Matthews, Garfield, Ilale and White are bopping mad at the Louisiana courts for convicting An derson, and say that the jury was se Ijcted to convict Probably they see an avenging Nemesis after the...

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. — 21 February 1878

i THE EXCHANGE W. A.WAUE. IUIIIhmI PaWlUber. KdtM KIPTItfW KATKM. Tw. dollar a rear: Mriillwr fereta m.athr: tftjr cent tor taeee BieaUta. m ap- To Caudidatra. The following mW of priwa ha tees Miwl n by the paper of tliia caaty, aad aillM rtriclly adhered U : AaaBarraats. Tor Concre. 10 fiO Vr Judge and Attorney Uenerei, 7 'V Kor Legi-lmarc, S 0" l'or County oeirern. a W) ( allr for perdue ty become enaiiaUlaa. lira ecu ta per line. ( lratlmrirkta. Finrle tkoataiid, S 00 TJ t iouo4 r nor (in eaaie nW) 1 11 leraii Mrtctly ra,, liMu Mieaoa, )IVUHOIJT Ilk. ID, Hi aao:.trt tiaiaoji iuriuL, MlLAX tirn ,,. WTY iXM-TIO. arrKoav. arursr i. . Mivrir. BLAKEMOP.E. We are aatberiied t. ia. nonwJ. li. lijakeiaure a a candidate for t-UcnB at tb. aexteioi-twu. T I KI'LKY. We are aathoriawd .Bounce .11 j. h. n.n-y. a a candidate fur Sheriff at Ibe next election. Kea;Jir. "fI.IX. I ut-r my sane aa a candidate for y Ke:ifdVrnXi"rn county at the ueat elec tion. It baa hern my mir fortune never to wal...

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. — 21 February 1878

1 1 irr 4 I I' I I. I, ,1) TEXNESSKt. CUKUENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The Associated Ire pjvp th Mibstance of resident Have' H-tier to Attorney. General Deven in relation to the conviction of General Anderson, of the Louisiana Ite-tsirniti- Board, although the full text has not been published. The Preident Is of opinion that the prosecution acainst General And. r-on Is wholly political; that it ih not countenanced by the best men of Louisiana; that the proceedine; were in the in terest of those who nrlNe to antagonize the two parties in that State rather than to harmonize them; and that, no far from re ceiving the approbation of the country, the aei will l-e condemned by riht-thinklng and patriotic men everywhere when they be come acquainted with the circumstances at tending the prosecution, a a rraveconstitn tional question may be involved, in which the General Government may perhaps have the rijrht to interfere. The 'President sub mit the (subject to the Attorney-General for his conside...

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. — 21 February 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. VlDi:, PaMishrr. TENNESSEE. MILAN, MOONLIGUT ON TEE SXOW. To-nlslit the earth is like a maid KntmiHfd within a nuinc bower, Where she in l.-p is chastely laid I'ure as the nun-ling ol tin hour; Or like a sweet white balf blown rose, Lying wi-urely tn God's palm, W Kiting lor morning ere it blow AnJ iritis him all its breath of balm. So ill! go pure! no fair! n sweet! The thankful tears tiiibl-ld.-n iiime; My heart lied patient at tiod's feet Till he shall lilt and take it home. I (ear World ! Thou art indeed tiod's rose That lies half folded tn Ins liand: lie only can thy leaven unclose, And all thy mysteries understand t Hinrard Glyndon. A MATCH. If 1ot were what the row Is, And I were like the leaf. Our live would arrow together In sad or singing weather, ISIowu fields or flowerful closes, tirern pleasure; or grHy grid: If love re what the rose. Is, And I M ere like the leaf. If I were what the words are. And love were like the tune, With double sound 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. — 21 February 1878

THE EXCHANC jril. THURSDAY. FIJB'Y 21. 1878. The wax ill Culm li over at last. Mutual concessions Lave been agreed upon and hostilities ceased. flow would it do for the United States to permanently adjust home alFairs before becoming involved in the disputes over the " Eastern que, tkm iu Europe ? , r The House Banting and Currency t'ommittce is said to have practically agreed to a bill to . Eub.-titute green backs for national bank circulation. The bill provides that the greenback t-hall be receivable for all public and private dues, except where coin is .t pF6.ly stipulated. STATE ITEMS. Mayor Tarrant.of Eipley,who killed young Scott, had his trial a few days ngo and the jury retnrneJa verdict of not guilty. Col. Thomas Boyers has terminated his editorial connection with the Gal latin Examiner, retaining, however, JVhert Boyers, succeeds him. The Rhea Kews sayg Hop. George (i. Dibhrcll will be a candidate for rc-clcctioa to Congress, and that the loople of Khta county are for him ...

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