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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 May 1878

THE EXCHANGE W. A. WARE. Editor ks4 Pahliatier. Kl BWRIPTIOK RATES. Twe dollar? yean c dcltar for sit mo-nthr; Vfty eenu for three months, uniuiii i d SAXr. BAILKOAD TIME TABLES. . Trains leave XilnH an follows OB And after Kor. 13, 1877 : rissrxcr tifb No. 1. north. Imvw at...... . ..... 4:10 pm ., " " ....r.n...wx. 4:46 in Jv. ii, south, " .............. .,..ll:?o an o. 4, " " ........ -..ll!3Upffl rk!;ht tumyn. S'o. .'. north, loaves t ..... 0:1 pa .No.T, " " JZ. l2:pm o. 4, south, " ..11:3) pm J.'n. H, ' n 2i4ipm Time about Cftiea miniit- slower than tows time. J-C, Lol'EX. Arent. F. Cll ANW.ER. n. CLARKE, ien'l t ass. A rent, tien'l Manairer. D. B. MOREV. J. 0. MANX. tien'l 1 ii krt Arent. Superintendent. IalntlMrA Xejftbttll- at ftii. Rk. K. R. "Train leave Milan a follow ! rASssiuiKR TRAINS, No. l.svitith, laeveset... S:!0aiB No. 3, " ' ....... .li: 1" pn o. 2, north, " 4:15 pta lo. 4, " ' .. :10aui rimGHT TIAISft. No. 7, south, leaves at -.. No. . " No. h, north, " Nn.li. " ...

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. — 9 May 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A. WADE, r.kliihrr. - - TENNESSEE. CUltltENT NEWS. WASHnrQTOK. The President hu nominated Norman Buck to he United State Attorney and E. S. Chase Marshal for Idaho Territory. All Assistant Treasurers throughout the United Sutcg nave been authorized to ex change nilver dollars for greenback. Mlninter George F. Seward hat been sum moned home from China to appear before the IIoiiMt Committee on Expenditure in the State Department and explain certain serious charges preferred apainet him, af fecting hli om.tial Integrity. The Committee on Ways and Mean, by a vote of 8 to S, have decided to report to the House a Joint resolution directing the Sec retary of the Treaury to aucpend the jiur rhase of fluted State bond for a si nklnz fund, as provided by section 3,G!H of the Ile vixed Statute, until the close of the use! year, ending June 3n, 18S5, unless otherwise directed by Congress. The bill reported by Representative Fort, which pawned the Iloue on the 2'.th, makes...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 May 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A. 1T1DK, Pabllafc.r. MILAN, TENNESSEE. AFTER ALL. The apples are ripe In the orchard. The work ol the reaper is done, And the gulden woodlands redden In the blood of the dying tun. At the enttajre door the erantlslre MM. pale, in hiH eonv c hair. While a gentle wind of twilight ny with liia aiiTor huir. A woman Ik kneeling beside him; A fair young- head is prct In the first mild puHsiou of sorrow Against hia aged breast. And far from over the distance The faltering fclimn come, Ol the flying; blast of trumpet Aud tiiu rattling roll of drum. Then the jrand-iire speak. In a whisper, " The end no man can eee; Hut m e Rave him to liis countrv. And me tive our prayers to tiiec." Tlie violets star the meadow. The rosebuds Iringo the door, And over the irransy orchard The pink-wLilc bloosoma pour. But the grandsrre's chair is empty. And the collate Is dark and eliil, Tlierr.-'na nameless grave on the buttle-field, Aud a new one under the hill. And a pallid, tearless...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 May 1878

?rssasaEo( -4 TILE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MAY 9, 1878. Tennessee bonds were quoted in New York, Tuesday, at 33 for old and S5J for new. The Memphis Appeal persists in calling the Nashville American the "Union and American." The Herald is the name of a new paper just started at Michigan City, Miss., by Barry & Sullender, and ed ited by U.IL Tarham. It is well edited and neatly printed, and we hope will prosper. Commissioner Killebrew's report of the crop condition for April, for this state, estimates that wheat will aver age about threefourths. Corn, oats and tobacco are doing well. Apples are cut short in West Tennessee by caterpillars, and the peach crop proni Sses to be enormous. The President has nominated Steph en B. Packard, of Louisiana, United States Consul at Liverpool, and Lucius " Fairchild, of Wisconsin, Consul Gene ral at Paris. Ex-Gov Packard succeeds Fairchild, who is transferred to Paris, Alfred T. A. Torbert, of Deleware, having been recalled from the lastnam ed city...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 May 1878

Bankrupt Store ! W. A. M ADE, r.ditor a4 PHblieher. HE THlllams, Smith lb Co's Old Stand. M ItMt KIPTI03 BATE. Twe dollars rears one dollar for six aenthri (fUr nu for throe monttu, lKYA!iaiT I t- Ct. The exchange i Ex BAII.KOAD TIME TABLES. t blraro,L LaU A Xw OrlMM B. R. Trains leare Milan as fellows and after may u, J".S: riMHt TKslKl. N. I. north, leaves at . 2:45 ptn -3. " - 4 45ata . 2, anatb, . ....ll;4uata No. 4. " " ,.U:au im riKicHT Ttiiirs. . 0. north, lean at. ' ll:rn X'o. 6, sonth 2:1.1 rn 1:25 am 4:3u pm Time a ;out 6ftn minutes slowrr than too time. J. C, LOl'LZ. ArenU t. tHAXM.KR. J.T. CTARKB. (itn l Manager, J. Q. MANX. ruperiutendent, len'l i ess. A rent, I). B, MOKEY, ticn'l Tiiket Agent. l-onlai III 4- XsbTllr A fit. ft. B. B. Train 1are Milan as follow on end after May 12. lKTKi rAWKKCkB TKAtXI. !o. 1. south, leavesat . 4:00 am o. 3. " " ...,... , ll:V)am o. 2, north, " 3:(M im . 4, " . " . 4:1" am Ao. o, " " .. U:ain IKEICHT YtUtXS. No. .1, sonth, loaves at ......

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 May 1878

THE ;MILANEXGHANGE, vr'.x'. wiik, rbiub(T. MILAN, - ... . . TENNESSEE. CUI WENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The Semite Committee on Foreign Rela tions have decided to recommend the adop tion of a concurrent resolution, requesting the President to 0n negotiations with the OovernmeuU of China and Great Britain with a view to restricting Chinee kiinihrra tion. The President has lgtu the act ammd InR an act to aid in the const ruct (on of a rail road and telnmi'h line from the Missouri Iliver to the Pacific Oo-an. a In accordance with instruction of the House Conimiu e on Banking and Curren cy, lJi.rrcr.utive Phillips ban prepared and has tK-cn authorized to report to the House a Mil directing the Secretary of the TreMiry to reissue, in denominations of tl and ,2 United Mate notes, the mm of Jiowri.ooo, held in reserve in the Treasury for redemption of fractional currency not jet redeemed, mid requiring tit the same shall !c paid out on d maud for cur rent expenses of the tfovtmmcnt, o an to plaM...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 May 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. a. rU DE. ribtithrr. Milan, JEXNESSEE. MY FAITH. I trout In God ; btvcr lilt Around my pntliwtiy loll, Whatever ciuud uLmcurc mf sun, God sends and guides them alL I am not wit to frame a creed. ortulkof thtnifs divine; I know not where 'twlxt (food and HI, lu draw a boundary lme. , . . I can not tell what saint shall fill Hi k"Hiius court ii bo ve, I only know thin one blent truth: That Uod In boundless Love. And knowing this, I ran not Cr The limits of bis mace Or tell what eoula have strared beyond The light of His dear face'. So 1n nir faith I rent content, Where'er my lot may fall ; I cu not wander far from Him Whose care is over all. Air. P.. E. Brown. THE BACHELOR'S OLD CHAIR. In tattered old slipper that toast at the bars. And a rsnired old Jacket perfumed with rigai-H, Away l nun the world and its toils and 1U care. I've a anuir little kingdom np four pair of stairs. To mount to this realm is a toil, to Ik? sore. Hut the fire there is bright and the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 May 1878

THE EXCHANGE THUKSDY. MAY 16, 1878. The Canadians have got up another tenian scare, and live in daily expec tation of a raid. An earthquake at Cua, Venezuela, killed 600 persons, lleavy shocks trere felt at Caracas. The Congressional canvass in this district will open at Union City on the 15th of Jul, and close at Dun hamville on the 24th of August. Due notice will be given of the time they will speak in thia section. Pulaski, in this state, seems doomed to be destroyed by fire. Ten of her best business houses were burned last Saturday night, loss $85,000. Insu rance $52,000. The same block had been burnt twice beforo since the be ginning of the war. Dispatches from some 6eventy-five points in Ohio and Indiana indicate that the ice and frost of the past few liighta have very materially injured vegetables and early fruits, reaches eeem to have sufforod most, especially in the North. The wheat crop was felso much damaged, but not enough to signify. The Milan Exchange is a good pa per....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 May 1878

T1IE EXCHANGE Baukrnpt Store! W. A. WADE. Editor mmm Pvbllab.r. r ANGE. ITilliams, Smith A. Oo's Old Stand. HVitHCRimon rates. Twa dollars" a frw, ne dollar for aix buUci I fly eeaU far til fee meetka, utasiablT xa a- H Milan H RAILfiOAD TIME TABLES. Clitrara,flLalac WcwOrlMM R. at. Trains 1ra MMaa at ftllews on and altar May U, IKS-: rasstsoKa Ttum Kit. 1. north, lea ret at ,.- J: 45 pw o. ., " - 4:45 am o. 2. aooth, " ...-........... .11:40 am No. 4. " " ... ..... .. li:3Upl rIOOT TRADTS. o. 8, north, lcares t.M...11:50 jrm o. 7. " tiiiiiniin 8c 1ft pa 'o. fi. sooth, , i am No. 8. " " ... 4:pm Time abaat Cftoen aiiaoua slower than towa time. i . C, Lol'hZ. AaenU P. CHAM)LER, J. C. CLARKK. Uen'l Pass. Afttt, tien'l Manager D. B. MORKY, Ucn'l Ticket Agent. . . . in ji i" .i , rjuparintendant. Loal.rf lie Jt Nsuih vlllc tit. B. at. ft. Trains leare Milan f follows oa and after May li, 1876 : rjSAIKCZtTlllIxa. to. 1, south, leaves at.. ................. 4t0n am No. 3. " " ........... ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 May 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, . Ju 1TABC I'iMjW. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUIUlENf "NEWS. WASHTXGTOH. Jaraea E. Anderson, Supervisor of Retfu tratlon of Kart Feliciana Parit.li, Louisiana, mt the laxt Presidential election, who its charged In the preamble to the In ventilation reolutian Introduced by Representative Totter with having fraudulently changed the result of naid election, ha written a id ler to Mr. Totter denying the charuet and challetitfnK lnret!?ation of his official acts ty any impartial tribunal. Itepresentatlv Morgan of MlMourl ha Introduced a bill deriving the Introduction of Texa, Mexican or Indian cattle Into Mi nuri, Kana or Illlnei from March 1 to November 1 of each year, aa offense punish able with fine or Impriconinent. President Hayes is represented by bin In timate friends aa not appearing in the least disturbed by the proposed Investigation in to the alleged election frauds in Florida and Louisiana, of which he nays he never bad the slightest knowledge other than the publi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 May 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. F.A.1TiI)E.riiJii;hfr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. LA BLASCIHSSEUSE FATIGUEE. IT OXE THE ritOJ-KSMOX. Tired? Well, I should think sorI wonder yon a.k it. When yu know I've stood o'er the ali tub mi day. And rubbing, and ringing, and bluing, and marching J, I do nmtp yon, any thins but plav. Mliat's tiiut 'bout u.y answer? bunize you aay'r Well, 1 think I have rrann to he Most HHva-)y savage, don't you? When 1 feel u-a time worse tliun ever a av- Could led, with Li back nicely severed in two. I wish I waft sarafrc or any thing els, liut a dupe oi I Ilia civilized murder, eall'd work . I'd rather, oh, yen, a hundred time rather, I were an indolent, hookah -mouthed, cross legged lurk. Oh, now you are laughing that smile so se rene, fcc taunting to me 'tis all very well Whin you are not tired, and tlie clothes all clean. Bat my back is breaking, my fingers are ach ing Every ineh of my body it bruised and sore; Wken 1 feel time from washing, how ott I am tempted To vow uud to !...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 May 1878

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1878. The Centeuary of American Moth-, odisra will be held in Baltimore in 1884, and not in Boston. St. Louis received new wheat from Dallas, Texas, last Monday. It graded No. 4, and Bold at auction for ?L25. The colonial government at Otta- va, Canada, received a dwpateh from the Imjerial government at London, last Monday, that war between Rus sia and Eoslanu was inevitable. The General Conference of the M E. Church, South, has decided not to elect a new Bishop at this session. The limit of appointments in a Fre eiding Elder's district was changed from fourteen to twenty. The Northern Presbyterian General Assembly has resolved that to make a cask or hoop, rent a house, or con struct machinery for the liquor traffic, is to participate in the crime, and a New York paper says it is worthy of Knox. A newspaper in Eureka, Nev., de clares that a silk hat draws attention to the wearer in that rude town, a cane gives rise to ominous mutterings, eyeglasses cau...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 May 1878

Bankrupt Store $ VTT A. ADE,fxlilrM Faklialaar. E Kt HMEirriO.I KATE. VTilliams Smith fc Ce Old Stand. Tw4oltar a rar; on dollar for tit mallet; ifty etinU for Ikr aaonUii, tXTxaUBLT IX l THE EXCHANGE inn Milan GfE, RAILKOAB- TIMB TABLE. Train I-t Mtt n Mtr and aflrr No. 1, north, leaYwsu No. . " Nn. 1 Kiaik. Ilk.... o. 4. " . - U.Mpm . 5, north. '.'" al......, No. . fOOtk, i.fi-.m....rnM,. ..11 : pm 2: IS ma o. " " ........ ,.i:irm Time aboat 4fVRmtr.4naMWU-r tbaa tnwm time. -6 .O, tOl'h, ATU i Cn AXtLKV O. r-LA RICE. . '! Pits. Ark nfl Maaaer. 1. B. MonVY. -f.. MANS, tJeo'J Tick! Aircnt. fapaTintaaaeot. Lalaville Knabhrllr Gt. H. K. K. Trains I "are 5Iila ax 'folloart a ud after -May 12. J6: Nife rxxixa. "No. 1,--tf-T.,Wi-i at 4:am No. S. " " . 11 no am An. 2, aorta. " !m No. 4. " " . 4.10 am . 6. " " HJ)f FREIGHT Tail VS No. 5, (nuth.lareiat.. ...... 4:40 am No. 7. " ' l:((taa No. . north, " ' 2:Uam A. W. LOYiNtj. Agent. C. P. ATMORE. hU. COLKM AN. Uea. P. A- T. A. Local 1 'icket...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 May 1878

THE MjLAfEXCHANSE, MILAN, -i.,7Tir TENNESSEE. CUKKENT NEWS. WASHTKGTOy, w A The Potter ri.Wtigatlon Oram it toeto Inquire Into the all eyed Preside ntlii election frauds in Florida and LO'uioiana, conoid's of j the following turned gentlemen: Clarkson. X. Totter, of; New York; William K. J Morrison, of lllingU; , ppa Hunton, 1 of "lirpim; John- A.' McMxhon, of Ohio; W. S. Stenper, (if IVnnM Ivania; Thomas K. Cobb, of Indiana; Joseph C. S. Itlackburn, of Kentuiky; Jacob D. Cox, of Ohio; Benjamin F. Butler, of Massachu setts; Thomas ..JJ, Beed, of Maine; and Fmnk II ifcoek, f . Jim York. The I rut even are Democrat; the other four Ueiub- , lican. Secretary Sherman las addressed a Mter to Hon. CI ark son Kv rmier, Charm:ih of the Florida .and -LonUiaua, InvGMigtding Committee, . declaring the charge made gainst him td be absolutely destitute of even a tbadow of truth, and ollrrlntf to prove that the election in Kat and Weft Felici ana parishes, Louisiana, were-controlled by force and i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 May 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A.Yf tilt:, Publisher. MILAN, TENXESSEE. the nou8EmFer--r tVtmt hu this woman been doing-, ffn long since the n lorning; b:c"n? I don't lo-Heyi-she run rptnembt-r ti. half of tliu work sl'e lias Uone; re!nirthcle)arl!ttabaj)r; - oniljiriB hu r,,a .,krti liiiir, ratlin? hun tmck In the rra.il To bleep and prow Irenlt hv ami fjtfr. lining tlio work In the kitchen, Ju-t w lrnt it happens to le, Cuvcriiiic LxHiki tor lUcM-hool-room Heady lor callers at lliice. Memllng and making! anl r-hattinr;, Two in three children to U m - If not the primer's tirt letoMin, Methods no others fan rnmcli. Tlmt'i what thin wmnan'8 been doing, luy alter cUv 'ii the same; Aniri-lH, O watch ami ! loud her "AIo.Iut" for that i her name. HE AND SEE. ;r - I'll be at the window as lie got J; A lie icoo by He'll lilt his lirudto look'at tlnveky, Tim w-lern sky. To see If tlie mm hm. set for'taff w ' And sildciilv them , Against the sky in tlie polileu air He'll sevs a pulr Of familiar eyes...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 May 1878

THE EXCHANGE TliUESDAY. -MAY 30, 1878. The Pennsylvania Democrats bare nominated IIou. Andrew II. Dill for Governor. There k a better prwpeet for peace in Europe; consequently wheat has dropped down about four cents in one day. It is not believed any of the railroad bills or the tariff bill can pass both -houses during the present session of Congress. Bald Mountain, in North Carolina, liaa been on a "bust" again, and the people are scared up, thinking it is .about to go into the volcano business. Many if Mr Caldwell's constituents will regret to learu that lie recently made a speech in Congress against House's Texas Pacific railroad bill We give him credit for honesty in his course, though. We believe he is a .conscientious man in everything he undertakes. lie has certainly made us a good representative, and our peo ple have had little cause to complain t him. The Methodist General Conference :at Atlanta last week elected Dr J. B. MeFerrin agent of the Nashville Pub iishing House, D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 June 1878

Bankrupt Store ! Exchange. W. A. WADE. Editor a4 fvkliehor. E HCBftrKirTiosr batls. Williams Smith k. C Old Stand. Twe ioUars yean on dollar far fix menthr Efty eeois far three months, ikvakiailt is 40- vaxcc. THE EXCHANGE MILAN RAILROAD TIME TABLES. kli:a,t.Lia4rrlMMK.R. Trains (ritrc Milan m follows en ana after any l, i,t: rAWHtsori, tiaixs. . 1. north, leave at 2:4R pm io, a, . :4'ja No. 2. sonth. ll:4jaai 20. 4. " " U:3upiu vtr.taat Tsars. o. ft, port h , leit res at 1 1 : an pm o.T. " " 2:16 pm No. fl, south, . . 1:25 am o. 8. " " 4-Mpm 7 hot about ffteea sainuta nlowcr than town time. J. C. LOPEZ. Acnt. F. CH AM)LER, J. O. CLA KKB, Gn'l liu. Arent. Awil luer D.B. MOREY. J.W.MAN.V. (ien'l Tiiiet A (tent. eaneriutendeat. Traiim Wre Milua a foUows on and after Ala) ii l7e : No. 1, south, leaves at-....-. . 4:iYam .No. 3, " " Jl:50ain No. 2. north. " S:u ii No. 4. " " 4:10am . 6, " K:Waie ntdOflT TSAIXS. o. 5. south, Veaces at ... 4:40 am u. e. north, 2:t"ain A. W.LOVISH. Agent. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 June 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WittK, rablishrr. ,-. - TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUKKENT. NEWS. ... WASHINGTON. The House 27 aval Affair Committee have agreed to report favorably on the Harris bill appointing a Board of Admiralty to sell the old (ihtps and construct new navy. Eugene Schuyler, United Plat Consul General at Constantinople, bas arrived borne. It is reported that he 1h to much iu difcfavor at Constantinople, on account of ktatcmenU publicly made by him reflecting upon the Turkish authorltieR, that he will be assigned to fnme other mission. Postmarter-General Key hs written an open letter addresed to the people of the South, urging upon them the duty of dis countenancing all efforts to reopen the Pres idential content under the Totter resolution, and advising that all candidates to the Forty-sixth Congresa be pledged to sustain the title of President Hayes to the Executive Chair. Congress will adjourn on June 17. President Hayes, In correctii. certain misstatements made by a Philadel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 June 1878

Common Hcnae. Many lmadne ail advertised medicine to be worthies nostrums, and indiscriminately coo demo tb-tn: but to It int an injuntk-e to tii thouiuiucU of r-iettnl.le citizens who give Toluntary evidence of bet-tiia received, to thru question and doubt their voracity and ln- fnuumuB Maiju&rtj scale are ex tensively advertise d. Dees it nectwarily fol low that they are inferior in make, and lees ac curate than other i JJave they not been dem onstrated to be among the U-t! A -rain, is it common sense to Bupjxwc that a physician with capita could be induced to liazjn) it and a bard-eamed reputation upon a worth leas arti cle! li. V. I'icree, M. D., of the World's Dia pennary and Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., is the proprietor of the mod popular finiily medicines in the market His reputation as skillful surgeon and pir.Mn hut been fully established Jor many rears. Would phveieiutii and clenry, afler having te-tr.1 l.is medicine thoroughly, unite iu commending tliem to the af...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 June 1878

TILE EXCHAXGE THURSDAY. JUNE 6, 1578. The State Democratic Executive Committee has resolved to call a con vention to nominate a candidate for Governor on Thursday, tlie 15th of August. That is right. We ought not to mix political and county mat ters too much. Since the judicial convention gave East Tennessee two of the Supreme Judges, and left only one to this di vision, dropping Judge Sneed, his friends all over West Tennessee and they include a majority of the voters are urging with great unanimity that he should receive the nomination lor Governor. Our people have heen in clined to give East Tennessee the privilege of naming the candidate for Governor, but that feeling has chang ed. Sneed see ma to ba the coming man. The Supreme Court of Illinois re cently rendered a decision w hich is of considerable importance to the peo ple at large as well as those engaged in selling intoxicating drinks. The plaintiff in the case was ia a railroad car. A drunken man came in, and either carele...

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