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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 April 1878

THE EXCHANGE W. i.WADK. I.iilr and PablUhrr. KI BS4 RIPTIO RiTllS. Two dollars a year: on-dollar f ir ii monthr: fifty rtou for three month, i.nvakiailt is au- AXXOrxCEMEVTS. To C andidate. The followinc trilf i,f fri-rt ha been airwd on by the pxnirimt this county, and will bo .'tritUy adhered to : Aiataarrmrati. For Conre, J0 on Kor.lu'itrr ami Attorney General, 7 Wi l-'or l.-vi-lntiirc, S (i Y'nr '.muty Ofher. fi UJ lor Iiflrii-t .iffii-r. 2 'Hi ('nil for fxrrour tu bc-coine candidate, five cento per line. I Ion Ticket. thousand, f 2 00 1 trimii-niiil r more (iu tame order) 1 ti'J Ternm Strictly in-h. 'I ri:Tii iMisans. Hi kkoi.iit IUkai D, lt vv.oi.iit (ikict Jornsn., Mil. AN l.V H A M.I.. for taiierfM. CAT.PWrU..-We are authored to an nounre lion. Robert H. I al dwell, of ( ib 0"H, nt a candidate (or t'oiiffies iu ibis Mbe irh t t 'onirn,r'M'n:il uitrirt. ( OI XTV I I.K TKIIk. TiirayBAT, ai crHT 1. Circuit tonrt Judge, CIA RTHEL. We are autbarized U announce J John T. ("aiili'l...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 April 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE W X. Willi.. PaM.Urr. MILAN. TEXNKSSK1 CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The Tariff Mil wan reported from ih Committee on Ways and Mean on the 2rtth. and upon motion of Mr. Woml, Chairman of the Committer, a revolution wa d.j:e1 yean 137, naya 114 making the Mil the special order for Thursday, April 4, and from day to day thereafter tint II jinpnaml of The IlepuMicanH voted aluioM cxrlulcly in 1 he negative, ax did alo the entire IVnn pylvania delegation. Although the votemny be regarded a furnishing peneral indica tion of the intentions of the House on the subject of the tariff, it in by no mean con clusive, for it is understood that several Democratic members, out of courtesy to the Committee of Way and Means, voted t make the bill a special order who would not vote for the passage of the bill. Messrs. French, Lindermann and Gillfil lan, the Commission appointed by the Sec retary of the Treasury to take charpe of the. purchase of silver bullion, announced on the I'lith ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 April 1878

THE MIIANJXGHANGE. W. A. WADK, rbl;hrr. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. A LETTER FROM HOME. Tis come, romc at lat, I have yearned for it Jad wn my heart and the voice of mv song, Kve a their who bv lial.5 Ioii'h striiil Mourned still for Zim. .My own native iand, A letter from thee Hx-ak of Imppii r yi r, Ah, I can't read it, so bliiiilinK my teiirs. Yet an I hold It It benrs me awav alem-atli the bright skies i my' youth's early day. The went of the myrtle is borne on the hl,eeze. The allMfif our cottage gleam white through the treea, I croMM the loved tlin-shold. Ah, sweet 'tis to ret. Mother, dear mother, my head on thy breast. Ptop, let me read of a change, that has come, A shadow has darkened the hearth and the home: Hushed im the natter of two littlo feet. Mill is the childish voice, merry and iwoct. Away with our flower an angel Iihs soared To plant it airexh in the courts of the IOrJ. ;. ) our darling; and I.ucia is gone. Married away to a home of her own; And they tell me they Jong l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 April 1878

THE EXCHAXGE ! ; THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 1878. Milton J. Williamson, republican f Memphis, ha been iiominatcd for lT. S. Marshal for West Tennessee. The Dresden Democrat is in favor of tt:,u ma''c ,lu l uori w oul Ul uu: Hon. John A. Gardner for Governor WJ,?of 'h,e trm'V " and Hon. W.W.Vaughn for Congress-! , T,'e Mcmpbw Ir siy that man for this District, and comes out i l,e N,m of fivC ,u,nrcd ?oIlar vM w iih long articles in favor of both. ! PU;1"n J roPr g im' r rr0" ; ica-ional thief, immunity from detec- It is Mated thai Russia is irritated ! tlm' Rrrt't"a'1 I"nient in Mcm hy the rebuff from France. The k 1 1,hk V'iU is a truth whIch cann,,t be ;,r. linir a.mroach,.,! for a ! de,,iw1' but M" be if 'y. p M i - recognition of the treaty of San St ivs-Afcivi ui Livait Ui 'IA.- : . i- .i ., 11 . l.ino. rrn e.l flint ho viiinU tint mr ' --i " - i i :.. - i. ... . iit i Mii; i:i u luiuuuiui 10:1 ti":iuisi . - - - I 3.1. r . . l inn ... , , A correspondent at Pera under.-t.inds that the A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 April 1878

T1TI3 EXCHANGE; .W.A.WAIH:, i:dilrni ralll.hrr. I -I' VJ'KIPTIOX RATI.. Two dollar ft vcar: one dollar fi!r six Hionthr? 8fty cent lor three montlist I V ARUblt ik i-J AXOC.CEMETS. To Candidates The followinr scale of pr'cc't hs been kgreed on IjT t ho pST"T3of this county, and ill be strictly adhered to: liannrrnnll. For Congress, Jyr .ludre mid Attorney CnerIt For Lcpi-hitllre. or County ti'Ii'f rsi tin no 7 "it s " l or UiHrict jf"i'-i-r. "' 2 M ("rills f..r persons, to bbcome candidates, fire cents per line. f mi I lorllou TifUcta. Fincle thnn.-and, 2 00 To t ou.--ml r more (in came order) 1 Terras -tri'-T ! v rli. '1 Rt'NTos .Mirror, 'rui;ni.iT 1 i r k a i n, lit MC.I.I T tiRANog J0CR!L, Hti.ns r.ViiM;r.. HIIi.K I LLI IIO. for it jr '". CLDWFLL.-We arc authnrired to an nour.'C lion. Hubert P. nf ti:b- n.a candidate f ir ongrcts in thii Uhe Vti' nif--- i t: i di trict. tOLVTV KI.t.tTIO. Tllt'KHOAT, AtCVST i. Circuit ("otirt Jtttlgrc. CAP.7HKL. We arc authorized toaunounce Join; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 April 1878

THE MILAN . EXCHANGE, MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUKREXT NEWS. WASHINGTON. Senator Dorsey went, before the House Committee on Pont-ofTices on tbeSd and told the committee all about kit action ia aidinjt mall contractor In bis xeetion to prepare their bond. He had done nothing, he aaid, that wa not perfectly lawful and propound what he should do ajrain whenever occasion offered. He denied that he bad any pecuni ary interest, near or remote, contingent or possible, In any mail contract or any other contract under tb'; Government. Another le-dfrthy conference between Secretary S jermnn and the House Commit tee in repard to the preparations for re sumption and the ability of the Treasury to maintain resumption, was held on the 4th. The Secretary stoutly resisted all effort to weaken hi faith in the power of the Treas ury to carry out the resumption law, ami reasserted hi convictions both of hi ability to do fo and of the pood policy of the act. The House Committee on Elections bave dismissed the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 April 1878

Economy In the Honae-hold. Prominent among tbe (rood results which the present hard times have accnmilihed ii the deMre to economise, as amoni:t the niwt fashionable economy ik now regarded as not only aneceltr,hutBfavirtue, In the botie hold, particularly, it. this noticeable; and the noutwkeeper who practioea true economy wjii not fail to secure the rcrr best cooking "love that la to be had. The difference in the Brat cot between the ben in the mar ket and the most inferior Is but a trifle compared with the saving; which can be matie durinsr the tii-xt year of it u-e, not only in the fuel uwd, but in time, convenience and labor, to say nothinsof the niii.fa-tion of havini: food palatably and healthfully pre pared. it h proper care a cook-Move can fce made to lat twentv vearnr more. As an evidence of the durability of a well con structed stove, there can now be seen at the salexrooin of the Kxcel-ior Manufacturing Co., No. ;12 North Main St., St. I.uis, a No. 4 Charter Oak cook-Mov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 April 1878

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL 11, 1873. . Bon Butler, it is isaid, is trying to et back into file Democratic fold ga!n. Radical spoons all out? A Constantinople special eays that too Klicdivc has announced that lie tvTII declare Lis independence tlioul 1 Turkey form an alliance against Eng )md.' - The Radical party, leaders, true to , heir instincts, are waking w.tr on Hayes. Its a sure sign that somebody s doing right They never war on thieves. . Is'nt it about time the government .eased to take care of the bondhold ers? With tixtocu or seventeen veaiBof legislation in their favor, it -eros they might stand alone jut for rince. The Democratic legislature just ad journed spent $200,000 Ws in current xpenfM than any legislature conven ed in Louisiana tince the recoiutrue iion act. This was a "home rule" legislature, composed of tax-payers. the Radicals say the negroes are leaving Mississippi for Kansas, owing .o the fact that the Democrats will not elect theni to office, la a feT year...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 April 1878

Itie exchange W.A.WAUi:, Klllar And Pobllnhrr. M IISCHIITIOX R.tT:.. Two dollars rmri nie do'Wt for fix months: Cfty oeiiu for litre monti;; i.i ttituSLt in xo- A.0 1 X CK.M HATS. To Candidates. . The fc,V!ottinir eralo of prices hm been agreed on b- the papcrt of county, cud be ttrictiy iidher- 1 to: . Aiiuounrrnirala For Congress, Forjudge and Attorney General; tin no 7 V 6 1 ft IM for i-K'-l''ir, l or Count) itftrf. l'ctr Iif-ri't li?rers, . . Calls for person to become candidates Cenu per liue. I lection Tirketa. Finjrle thousand, T"i tViutand r more (in nme order) fire 2 ffl 1 00 I erms tnd!y rasb. J ntvi.is MrsitoR. HlVBOIiiT Hf.RAi.u; III Uol.lT btlM.L Jol'KXAL, .VlLAX tXi HASOK. AOVI.J1U1.K I.LLI TIOX. for i"ofrr. C1AI.TWFT,L.-Wo nrf nntWiied to an- Bounce lion, lt' Jtil P. Onldwell, of Gib son. i" a candidal" for CuDfrtts iu t!ii (the lltbi f ongrcssiiitml district. COI'.NTY TIX. THCLsiar, algct 1. C Irrnit nrt JnIu. CAP.TIIKL. Weareatithorined to announce John T. ('urthfl,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 April 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A. WADE, PsbUiher. - - TENNESSEE. MILAN, CURRENT NEWS. WASHTNGTOH. The rclfic Railroad Funding bill passed by the Senate makes the Union Pacific and Central Pacific Railroad Companies par into the United State Treasury, in addition to the whole of the Government' earnings, not to exceed for the former company f 130,000, and for the latter $300,000 per year. The Government has heretofore retained ail of the Government' earnings, although one half of them has been due to the companies. The objection made to the bill was not to the amount to be paid into the sinking fund. but to other flections of the bill, in cluding the declaration of a right to amend, alter or repeal the bill should it be come a law. Senator Tburman, in his re marks on the bill, explained these sections in a manner which deprived them to some extent of their objectionable features. The amount due the companies hereafter from the Government for tnuiNportation and oth er services, which has here...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 April 1878

THE MILAN EXGHANGEiL&idJildiyflndheMd .A. WIDE, PsMIaker. MILAN, TENNESSEE. BECRETS. In the long, bright Bummer, dear to bird and bee. When the woods are standing in liveries Merry little voiot-s sound from everv tree. And they wlileper secrets all the day. If we knew the language, we should hear Mrn. Cliirry, Mrs. Flurry, deep in private chat. "How are all your nestlings, dear? Do they uh their wings? What was that sad tale about a cat?" Where is yonr new cottage?" "Hush I I I'ray you, nil an ! rieaMe speak very softly, dear, and no It Is on the lowest bongh of the lilac hush And I am so dreadfully afraid of boys." "Mr. Chirry choselhe spot, without consult ing me. Such a very public place, and insecure for I Can scarcely sleep at night for nervousness; but he Says I am a silly thing and doesu't mind a bit." "So the ISlne Hirds have contracted, have they, tor a house? And a nest is under way for little Mr. Wren. Hush, 1 nr. hush I lie quiet, dear; quiet as a mouse. Thexe are we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 April 1878

The exciiax ge , TIILTlSDAY, ArPJL IS, 1878. Tho Senate lias passed a bill repeal ing the bankrupt law. Arms are being shipped into Mexico.- Another revolution ia now in or :!er. Bori Tweed, tbc great New York 'uillionaire thief, died in jail in New 1'ork n few days since. lion. J. M. Thornburgh, the Ilepub lican member of congress from the fCnoxville District, has been at home Wnic time in bad health, but has rccov- red suiFiciently to return to Washing ton. The Iioecher, Tilton scandal lias been reopened. Mrs Tilton has pub lished a card cckuowledirinir all the filthy charges against her and Beecber. lieechcr denies the story very posi ' i vely. Gold dropped to 100 in New York !ast Faturday, the lowest puint it lias reached in seventeen years. Several banks in the larger cities have resum ed specie payment. It dropped to 100 on Monday. Capt. Cads addressed a Moinjihis audience yesterday afternoon on the ubject of Mississippi river improve rnent and the bridging of the same, lie is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 April 1878

W.A.W.lDE.C4ilr mm PHbllahvr. BlEJiCHIFTIOX RATI.. Two dollar! ( rM-: encdrftlarforfii inanthr; ;! cents t-r three months, intaiuablt I id- roi'XTV ASU CITf lUIlECTOBT. CoL'NTY 0FiICEU3. J. B. Arnold. SUri.T. M. C. Holmes. CoiiLty Court Ork. lti P. Raiiieti, Clinneerj Clerl, Trenton. T. J. YVininiB!". Cbann-rr Clerk. HumbolJt. Vi in. Jl-x-re, Circuit Clerk. Trenton, fcl- II. Jotinfon, Lw t'fusrt Clerk, UuinboWt. 1on. Willi tn, Corotir. i. C. L-,nr, TrnKtce. Jo!ali Cwrer. Conntjr purreyof . J.n. Currry.PuierintinleBt Public Scboolj. V. R.Co.Riri.ter. CITY OFFICE!". fi. F. Tut n kin, JIaj-nr and recorder. J do. I). Lsk. City Marshal. B. E. EdKra J. M. lik!nnn. Vf . E. I'.n-vm, E- A. Collinc J. ! Blsnkinfbiji Mil 1. C. Feuter, Aluernicn. CHVKCIIES. Uaptiat Church atreet. J. 1 Wearer. Tajtor. l'r-Ni-.iOi-K Srt and second cun4aea- h tuontb. l'rr Meeting Thurtdar avouing. Eunday 1 -Ii-kiI it a. ta. Methtict Xurfli M.iin ftreet. A.L. IV:ti-h-ttt. TaEtor. Prea-rliing fecund and fourth Sun d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 April 1878

THE MILANJXGHANGE. w. i. wim:, rhitiw. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CUItllENT NEWS. WASIIINGTOjr. Mr. Janica O. Wright, of Wicconnln, hM been appointed Finst AfisiHtant Doorkeeper of the Iloue of Representatives, vice Dono van, resigned. Wright is an ex-Union sol dier. The Senate, by a vote of 17 to 31, rejected the nomination of JuMin E. Olhurn ax Consul to Mexico. Colburn is the New York Time'n Washington correspondent, and the re anon of hi rejection is Raid to be that he has cot treated certain Senators at all time with as much consideration as they considered to be their due. A significant publication appears In the New York World, being an apparently au thoritative report of several recent Inter views with Senator Conkling regarding the President's policy. The Senator openly ex presses his opinion that tne President's course is the result of a secret bargain made between him and Governor N knolls, prowing out of the Presidential compli cation, and thinks the facts will all come out s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 April 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WAnK. PMihr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. MAY. fln bow-lion liriirlitfn early May, Anl yonnir kihs liini?n alorifr ln-r way; Wlieii April llloii inrx-ltlic lirreza J.1ke ao!u-t lwn iimontr tlie trv-h ; V hfn Min-ll ol Spriii tills all tlio air. And moailowH bloom, anl liliiP-liinlx pair; When Love itrst barex Iut minny lna Over Hie lirrmk anil lily-lel; NotliiiiRnf R(Minl nr xiht to prrieve Krom -liii'iii morn to iitft eve My lieart will not, for all it eane, Kowt tlie ilayu to follow thexn. Tlii lov.'lin.'xM xhall lie betrayed. Thin liKptiifHt of muxic played Prom 1W-I1 to field, by mii am ami lioufrli, felial) Hilent lw ax tuneful now, The xilver launch ol tliUtlen ouil A flown the noIiiHry vale: That blue Holieitti'le of rky Jient over lieuuty doomed to die. With nightly mi-t chiill witmws lu re The yielded clory of the year. John I anrt Cheney, in Scritmerfor May. TDE S1KO-A VA Y BIRD. O ay, have you heard of the (-Inir-away bird. That KiiiKX where Hie llnnaway lil...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 April 1878

A' TIIEEXClIAXGE!vicInity of c-wgo,was wuiiy TIIUItSDAY. AITJL 23, 1878. f II I II I I ! I I ' Jefferson Davis was comj.linieuti-d i v-itha grand military review in the i'y of Mexico a few days since. The European war prospect remains aUiiu(jM. There is some prospect lluit a Congress will assemble, but ; ace is liv no means certaiu. Major W. L. Salisbury, editor of !'ic En'jiiirorun, Cohimbu.-, (7a., basely murdered by 11. M. Pal- j i.:er end Tom Holland at Scale, Ala., i t Saturday night. William Orton, President of the Western Union Tdegrnph Company, lied suddenly in New York h.-t Mon- :iy morning, of apoplexy, lie was ' :i his fifty-sixth vear. ! MV-T.in. S.w.-i.li-i- i.f tlifi S'-ltfl lill- i .... , . J ...X - . c i t i .1 i . r Srpvnna rimi I, If I bonus t n . r , , , . ,, j " Eittle Giant of Alachu county, , , r . ..." I j.ave made coiiie-ions in writing, as ; J. ) the frauds in lSTo, by which l'lor 1 1 was carried (r Hayes. Dcnni: ..vers fully all the details of the Arch- r p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 May 1878

'THE EXCHANGE W.A.ltAPE, Ecfiiarf FatIlhr. Kt iwcBtrnos VLkttJL Two doifrfrs a year; ne dollar for six atonOif; fifty cents fr three months, UfiuuLl ta A- sca RAILKOAD flHK TaffeM. miK.fti. f Kw Orleaae B. K. Train leare Milan at follows a and after Ar. 13.177: rASPtscta Taiixl. No. 1, feoHfc. lTtat.. Ne.H. " No. 2. sooth, " raciCRf ffcitffg; So. S, north, leaves t , 4 .10 M 4 :4o aiB 1 1 :S5 am ,.11:3) pm .1. I'M ro. . No KOIlth, .12: pffl , pm 2:40 urn jvp. 8, Tims about fifteen ml tin tea slower than town time. J. C, LOPEZ. A rent. F. CH ANII.ER, J. C. CLA RKK. . lien I 'rm. A rent, Oen'l Mitnacer. to. B. MuKEi , . l. MASN, ien'l lH-ket Arcnt. (Superintendent. lAaUville akbTiIU (. S. K. K. Trains leave Milan at follows ! " r AfcHEXCFt TSAINS. No. I.annta. leares at 3:3) art ....12:15 pm .... 4:15 m 3:10 am No. 2. north. " .4. ' FaKinRT ttA!a No. Ti Math, lenre at ..... - I2r am 11 '19 am 4:13 am .No. S, " N o. 8. north. " No. li. " " - : pm A- W . lOVi.M. A rent. C. P. ATMOBE. EH...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 May 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. w. a. uie, rbi;ibrr. - : - TENNESSEE. MILAN, CURRENT NEWS. WASHTN OTOM. The Senate baa finally confirmed the nomination of Justin E. Colburn a Concul Gencral to the City of Mexico. Hon. George C. Gorham, of California, has been selected as Secretary of the Repub lican Congressional Committee. President Hares It reported as having ex pressed himself subwtantially as follows, in reply to a Congressman who recently in quired whether officeholders would be per mitted to subscribe toward election ex penses: "An officer can give or not, as he pleases, without affecting bis tenure of office. I expect to contribute my proportion to tb campaign expenses, and there will be no objection to others doing likewise. In fact, 1 should be pleased if they were to do so; but it can not be demanded under a threat of removal. As to the participation of offi cials in the campaigu, the order applying to officers of the Government as to caucuses and conventions will be vigorously enforc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 May 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WALK, rnbi:h-r. MILAS, TENNESSEE. TUE SILLY GOQSE. An Old glory Ile-toll. There's a queer old story which you shall It happened, once on a time, mv dear. That a room- went sw ituming oh a pond,, A pleasure of m hicli all jreene are fond, fdie sailed iilKiut, and to and iro. The wavea l-ent under her brenstvof snow, And iierred feet paddled alnrnt helow. But she wasn't a happy goowe oh, no! It troubled her mora than th mnld oil That In the town vhcnlie ehaneed to dwell j no saying 01 stupid as a goose one mat was ven- hi ' much la use. r or sneers and annhliinLr are Imrd tn l,onr He he man or bene t, I do not care. Or pinioned fowl of the earth or air. We're all of the Mime opinion there. Now, an she pondered the mutter o'er, A im came wulkin? aiong the eliore; With a pleasant smile he bowed his head. ' (iood-eveninK, Mrs. iiooso!" he xaid. "Good evening, Mr. Kox '" ouoth she, Imkinft across at him treuiMinKly, And, f fining lie had not had hi tea. Pushed a ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 May 1878

i-finT-ifir THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MAY 2, 1878. It was not .Jefferson Davis, but Jef rrson C. Davis, who was reviewed in f all uniform by the Mexicans. The Detroit Pree Press building was destroyed by fire lart Monday morning. Loss about $30,000. In surance for $42,000. The General Conference of the M. Church, South, met in Atlanta T jsterday. It is thought two or three .wvr BLbops will be elected. McLin and Dennis the Florida re turning board thieves, have made a lull confession of what everybody be lieved them guilty in the recent Pres idential election changing the re- t.imt so as to carry the state for 1 layes. , The New York Sun says there have been rumors for some time past that fficeraof the Russian navy were in fiat city negotiating for steamships to i-e fitted cut as privateers Jn the event .f a war between Russia and England. It is known that the Messrs Alex andre, owners of the Havana line, were recently visited by a gentleman who asked particularly about the jirices dema...

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