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

THE EXCHANGE W.A. W.iDE,MIMmM rMhkr. KI KftrlUPTIO kati:.. Two dollars year: oae dollar for six months; 0 r -euXi for three mvaths, laraUasLY n a- Ol TY AXI 4 ITV DIKLITWKY. COl'XTV OFFICERS. J. B. AnwH, Sheriff. M. C. Hulmei, Cuuntjr Cnart Clerk. U.K. Rniaes, Chancer Clerk, Trenton. T. J. Williams, Chancery Cirrk, HamtolJU Win. Moore. Circuit Cirrk. Trenton. . N- II. Juhnson. Law Court Uurk, Uumbotc't. 11- 0. Cur It ton, Coroner. J . C. Long . Trustee. Jtum A Cox, Connty Surveyor. A. H. Carrey, Superintendent Public Sckoolt. V. It. Co. Regfoter. CITV OFFICERS. H. F. Rankia, MAnr and Recorder. Juo. l. L'k. City Marshal. K. K. Kdward. J. M. DkVinsea. W. E. Ileevea. E- A. Cuilins J. U- Ulatikrn.'aia and I). C. rioter, Aldenceo. CHtRCnES. V.aj.lii't-niniTk street. J. P. Wearer, Paster. Preaching furl and .lecoad Saudayseadi month. Prayer met-ling Taurvday erenirt. Fttaday srhoul 9 a. m. Methodirt-Xorth Main ffr-rt. A. I.. Pritefc " eU, Pastor. Preaching second and fourth Saa dayi ea-h ...

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. — 18 July 1878

THE MOOXGH ANEE W. A. ffibt. rblfc-r. MILAN," TENNESSEE. CURHENT NEWS. . . WASHIKGTOH. John L.FriNhie, of Michigan, bai been ap pointed Coucul at Rio Grande, Brazil. Tae President has removed Oen. Chester A. Arthur, Collector of Customs at the Port of Sew York, aud appointed Oen. E. A. Merritt, present Surveyor of the Port, in his lead. He has also removed A. B. Cornell, Naval Officer, and appointed m his nieces or Silas W". liurt, present Deputy Kaval Officer,, .The deposed official were adher ent of Senator Conkling. The Pret-ident has 'appointed Alexander Reed, of Ohio, Receiver of Public Money at Walla Walla, Washington Territory ; El liot C Jewett, of Missouri, Commissioner to the Paris International Exposition; Casper A. Stibolt, of Iowa, Consul at Campcachy, Mexicor Eugene Schuyler, Consul at Bir mingham, England. WEST AND SOUTHWEST. Near Sew Lexington, O., on the OUi,' two young ladies, named Green and MurpbyA were etTlkt Tead by lightning while pick ing cherrie. :.! ' '..' ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 July 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. W A l E, t a bl iaher. - - TEXSES3EE MILAN, COMPANIONS ON TI1E OAD. I.ife'a mi)r-trne. marking year on Tear, J'mw fvT ewittcr at we ntfcr The final -rnal, the slip tit end ' Tn winch our fitted t.MrtxtrrM ten1!. A j-e-aronoe Ntfml aeentnrj-. Hew likr a ditjr it hiirrt" liy. And tlouhta and learn our hearts oppress. Ana all the way la cai lui-aa. . Ah mn'. how iflad and rav we were, nntli's ear in all our veins atlr, W hfn l..nu Rn with Vvtrlt-t liiKh, A happy can-let cmipaitv. We Him t. ,r-tli, m h. n everr tiling Wore the irr-fw-a Klorrof the enruig, . . And all the fair aide world whs our. To (rather a we would Its flower! Then life aim out eternal aeemei!. And OVaf h a dream so vairnclr dreamed, Tuat in the ritntaiir wan e it threw A clotid-xhade on the mountain blue, That rw tx-lore us oft aud Xjtir, f'lothed In iilrai liiie of air, To wl.lih we meant in alUT-time, Mj-onf? in our manhood's strength, to climb. How all has changed ! Years have gone by, An...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 July 1878

MU4,aU...li'S TIIE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JULY 1, 1879." tCX04'BlTIC jriIHI.it Tlt-KKT. For the State at Large. .IAS. W. IH ArF.Rr K. of H.tniu:Tn. 1'KlEETl.KStV. of franklin. For tit Eastern Pitls-on: EGBERT iUi'A RLAN I. of Hamblen. For Ihe Middle VUvUion. WILLIAM F. COOPER, of iavids-n. For thcWwIiTH Iiv"iMn, THOMAS J. r'KKEMA5.fiuon. We are reliably informed that the Republicans of this Judicial Circuit have concluded to run Dave Nunn, of Rrownsville, a: their candidate fur Circuit Judge, and that they have thoroughly organised their forces, white and Hack, to concentrate the vote of their parly upon him. They tliink that they will have little trouble in electing him, as there are three Democratic candidate for the same jKMtion. If we allow ourselves to be tlivided, giving anything like an rqual number of votes to each, Xunn will be our next JmlgCi They will take advantage of our disorganization and run him in as they did a few years since when they sent him to Congress. The Chairme...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 July 1878

THE EXCHANGE W. A. vex tE. i:Hlr Bad rnblUhrr, M RMBirTIO HtTLS. Two dollar a yrsr: onedoll.irforfii roonth."; Sfty ecut for lliree month. 1tui.t o- roi SITASD ITY DIRKTOKT. covnty officer. J. E. Arnold. Pl.rrifT. M. H.-ilme.. County Coart Clerk. II. E. Kain-, CLanci-rr Clark. Trenton. T. .'. Willum. 'l.nnix'ry Clerk. Humboldt. "Yin. Moore. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M. n. JohriMn, t.w Court Clerk. Hutu Unlet. Y- O. t'arlcton. Crocr. J. C. Lonr . TrusUe. Jumw A- Cox. County flnrvernr. A. 8. Cnrrcy. Huprrinteadeul Public Scfcools. V. K. Cvt, rWirtar. CITY OFfJCEKS. P. F. Rankin, Mayor and Record. Jllu. 1). I.UFK, C'4- XaTFanl. li. E. KdnarU. J. H. Dickinson. W. K. kmrt, E- A. Collins; J. II. UlifckiurUiji uJ h. C rV-etct, Aiderux.-n. CUTIICUF-S. Vnilivt Cr-areh ret, J. P. Weavar, TMr. TrK -Vine f r ntii sceotrd Handaywaek roostk. J'rnyr nwrtiuR Tkaraisy eteninc- Sunday jcli'wl ? a. m. f etliodit-Norih Main atroet. A. L. I'riUdr t, Pastor. Fwg'-hinr ooDd and fourth Sun day each month. 1'...

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. — 25 July 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. VinK. Pwbiintfr. MILA.V, TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The War Department of the opinion that the Indian campaign in the Xottbwcwt l not yet over, and all available troop Eart of the MUfiUnippI are being forwarded to the scene of conflict as rpeedily as pos sible. Secretary Sehurz, In a recent Interview, ays the dinclonures of fraud at the Crow Creek and other Indian agencies have been brought about entirely through the investi gations of the present Indian Bureau; that the lrretruUrities in some Instances are the prowta of years, and that In no instance where theft and peculation have been prov en to exlxt has the offender been spared. The Secretary says that the humantarian policy of getting the Indians togeth er upon reservations and making them ftjf-upporMng as far as possible by agriculture, slock-raUin, etc, is very diffi cult to carry out, but may be accomplished in time if not only the Government but white cltliens will treat the Indians fair...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 July 1878

THE MILANJXOHANSt W. A. W A IK, rablikhcr. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. LOVE S0SQ8. CAPRICE. Bat ytterdajr the Held were whito with enow, A cliiil of lifting wind was In the air; ' I lonnd no warmth, tir ewertnoa anywhere, L1k1j love was quick to come, and ijuick to ro. And tiiHt wan why I told yon No. O no! 1 would not w -!, not 1. I would not dare To trust to April love, no ijuick to it, O no! To-day the sun Is Lere, and all liriRid: things, Lpon a tti!it lMij,h a biown Mrtl sinirs. And If Wliat will 1 tell you it you couie to woo? Not no, O no, for that wouM never do An April answer Id a fl-etiiiK lure, Au April lo'?rl a fickle wimmt. An April love in never Ion or mire But Ix.ve In May in ala ay loth to II v. Wbo hldaln May a lovia lore go ivf Vol I. An Apiil answer is a tickle cheat. An April lover wear a wiikIidk alieet. An April love 1m nil too s::ort, too wt. Woo nit In May In May a faithful wooer. Seek uie in May for May linn flowery lure. Abk me in Hi; for then is love most sure. ...

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. — 25 July 1878

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JULY 25, 1878, ftCXOTR iTIC SI PiriAI. TItWtT. For the Si b1 at Large, JAP. tf. DEMiERICK. of Hamilton. I hifcKTt hNICV. f Franklin. For tho F.a'tcrn Division. ROBERT McFAKLAXD. or Hamblen. For lhe Mi ddle Division. VILLI AM F. COOPER, of Davidson. For the Western Division. THOMAS J. FREEMAN, of HJiw.p Chief Jui-tice O. M. Roberts has Leen nominated for Governor by the Texas Democrats. "Oh! for a birth in Iceland." In'Jij Iribuneand San. Neighbor, do you want to bo born agnin? Sme of the so-called Independents ere red-hot at the action of (he county foiumillecB in advising Democrats to vote for Carllicl. What bur-iness is it of theirs? The National-', or Greenbackers, 4ake every opportunity to abuse the Democratic party, but you hear little from them ou the misdoings of .the !publicans. "rtraws show which "j way the wind blows." Tho Demo-, cratic party of Tennessee is on record as Jthe friend of greenbacks, while the Republican party is not. The leaders of the...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 August 1878

aMw-.twr;.-. arte- afWvarTK-s W-.waii -irtM Wi33l ar'V . f PTI 1 nrAT r lTm! All J- JUll;UUi VT. A. WAUC, laltor and Publisher. MRMBirTlOX KATl-V. Two dollar? r-n dollar for i i month.'; 6 fly ctiU foMkro aaoatkx, ikvaialt j ai- COfXTV OFFICERS. 3. T.. ArnoU. Kberiff. I.C. Holme. County Court Clerk. F. K. lUines, dianecr Clerk, Trenton T.J. William, Chancery Clerk. II umbo! It, V.'m. Moore. Cireuit Clerk, Trenton. M- II. Johntoa, Law Court Clerk, UauiUli't. B. H. farleton. Coroner. C. Lone, Trurtee. Jarae. A. Cox, County farrcror. A, fc, Carrey, puoerinUndeot Public School.. V. It, Cx, KecUter. CITY OFFICER?. P. Y. tUniTia. )1roranl Reorder. Jdo. I. lst. Cir arcbal. K. K. Edward. J. H. liekin.on. W. E. fleevc, E- A. CoJIjoe, J. H- Blankiaruip and D. C. Center. A Herman. CHCIUrilE?. Knj.tirt Cliarrk rtxect. J, P, Wor. Partor. Vrww li iuc Crst and nocone SueaUy month. I'ra.er meeting TiiwaJ artui-. Jejjaday- h(w.I fa. M, Mrthodirt Nor UJm raH. A. t. Vyii-i tt. Pantor. Prea'liiecend an...

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

THE MILAN ' EXCHANGE; W. A. WAI, FsbUkhrr. "tt ; . TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUIUIKNT NEWS WA8HINGTOH. The Commisxfoner of Agriculture bu ap pointed Prof. Lowe, of Ilbaca, X. T.; Prof II. J. Delmers, Chicago; Dr. R. F. Dyer, Ottawa, HU; Dr. D. F. Voyles, New Alba ny, Ind.; Dr. Albert Dunlap, Iowa City, la.; Dr. nines, Kansas, and Dr. Salmon, Asbeville, N. C, a examiner to investigate the origin and devise a remedy for hog cholera. . . , r 8erioua labor troubles have occurred fn Washington, on account of an attempt betne made by strikers to prevent laborers work lng for less than f 1.50 a day. Gangs of strik ers vlaited various public and private works, demanding that the men employed stop work, and threatening the detdruellon of property In some eases. An extra police force was called out, and several collision occurred in which a number of persons were wounded by pistol shots. . WEST AJTD SOUTH WENT. The Texas Democratic State. Convention, after a long and exciting struggle over the nomina...

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. — 1 August 1878

THP Mil AM PYnHAMHF i iik iiiiirii unuuni iuli w. i.wiDE,riiM;.hT. MILAN, TENNESSEE. APPLE BLOSSOMS. The orchard arrue la snnahins barred. Anil starry- litt upon the sward The pretty daisies u.; I r-et ix-neat h a moony tree. And Uirouiili its waving branches aee Tlie eapplilre ol tbe aky. I feel the balmy brww of May holt blowing down tlie vraaay way, And in the houirhs abve The In tie birdk break Into eons'. And praine In thrilling atralrm.and strong. ojti tug a uaicyon aaya 01 iove. The apple bloHaoma fall around, And fln-k tiie,dlay-cl;eckered ground, A lirtxaca iltly blow; I atrrtch a lazy hand aloft. And grasp a climuir ailken-soft. Like rosy tinted snow. I look at every tender leaf. And marvel why a hie ho brief lo Burn nweet thlnga is given: Why not forthrm a Ittngur space To hloaaom gayly in their place, lienratn tbe eumuier heaven? Why not for them a louver time To feel the sun at morning prime. To aee the moon at niiriitr' To oulver by eoft lreeie atlrred ; To liMten when...

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. — 1 August 1878

J? TIIE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. AUGUST J, 1878. lcnociTic jrma.il, ticket. Fur the Slate tt Large. JS. W. IF! AMUtlCK. f Hamilton. FETEK Tl'KXKY, of Franklin. Forth Eastern Division. LOBLRTHiFAI.LAN'I), orilamblen.. Fur lhe Middle Division. WILLIAM F.CUOPEH, ff DaviJ-im. Fur the Western liivit-itm. THOMAS J. I KttMAX.of t;jlMjr Be fcQre to eee that lie names of all the candidates for Supreme Judge are are oa your tickets. Their names will be found at the head of this col umn. Vote also for John Bonier for Chancellor. He has 110 opposition. The candidates for governor, so far nnnounruid, are Mesre. Mike Burn, John C. Buret, A. S. Colyar and J. II. Savage, of Middle, John A. (Jard per, of West, and Messrs. A. Cald well, A. Blizzard and J. M. Fleming, &f East Tennessee. A gang of forty rowdies captured an excursion train lu New England the other day and insulted the men and women in the grossest manner. And there was not one real titan on the train to resent the insult This, re member, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 August 1878

THE EXCHANGE Ban&npt Store ! W. 4.MDK, Kilter mm Paifcllafc . r hrBM Rirriflx sates. Two duilaf 1 rai1 me d!1f fbf rtt aottlW: H ,r"'TrACo fly eanti fcr three month), taf aaualT M a v KAILBOAn TlXfe TAM.RI. t'h if nr, Bl. UIIIUf OflMM aUK Train, fear. Sfilaa at folUwi oa Had aftaf Mar 12, la: raasa.atili.il Tl. . i VOLUME V. MIIiAI, TENNESSEE, AUGUST 8, 1878, NUMBER 23- ! ..'," Jjj T I 1 "'J S " " ' ' ' . - . , . rt2x ' .; -J - - ".". ; ' Milan Exchange. 7f si :: . . . im - t . 1 ". """" S:'ai . ; ... ..Ujj rT rara, S. bnHh. lrr .,... ..., 4:10 bat J.T. " ' t-lApi .. J. MBth. ui2Sam - " , m. .. 4iimii Tima a'dtit En-en nifiat9 l4-;r thaa ! '. J-C. UitKl, Atrnl. t.CHASPI.BR, J C. fURXKi tl-n'l .Arrttt, Oaa'l Jaaaafefi b. B. MCiReV, J. G. MAVX, llea'l Tlrkai A rent. (Mipariataadeat. IabUVIII ftlfekvlllt aVtlt. A. at. at. . Train. 1-ra Mltaa a Mtturs m aad after May U, 1STS i Ko. t. tilh. tPaVt" tL.. ... aa K. 2. aorthi ' ,.,-.....i,...imi. l!S6 pa Ku. , " ...... J; i3 am h'a. ". N...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 August 1878

THE MILAMGHANGE .WTI., vjv.r..k,i,' ii MILAN. TENNESSEE. WASHTHOTOH. Tho President haa appoiulad. Henry C. Linn, of Kns agent for the Indiana of the Kannas Agency, and David Kern, of Illinois, ajrent of the Indians of the Crow Awn-y. luring the months of April, May, June and July the sale of 4-per-cent bonds bave reached a total of $118,0(10,000, of which almut $43,01 0,iO0 were by private subscrip tion. The Internal Revenue Department bas liit-lructed Rrenne Afreet Chapman, of (irwniiboro, X. C., to vb.it the disaffected district in North and South Carolina and confer personally with tbe leading citizens, for the purpose of securing their sympathy and aid In enforcing tbe revenue law. If pos sible, without report to arms. Distillers are to he warned that all Infractions of the law will be promptly punihhed when dis covered, but at the same time the Govern raent is disposed to treat leniently all guilty parties who show a dinpofition hereafter to de il honestly with the Government. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 August 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, TV. i. Willi- MILAN, THS HOLDER GATIZ 1 . ' - i V'.. lJ:.U Ilm vhadowa (rather thickly round, and up tli? lui-tv etnir tliej- cilmh, Therloudy eialrtha rr warn- tva-la V whr tt rioxprt trortnl Mitne, ' And soma with aat'T Jospin, r, eLM jwu ln forward, hand. In tiawt. , ' . And anine with weary etp ami 4liw, look Iw k where their beloved ntanfl: Vet up the intrty MtHirtanjcUinlj.li-tf oawar-J by the Angel Ti:ae. ' . . . a At nnwMi band -roll lc-k. H)-doora, tue light that floor! the very air - ts but the Khailnw trntn witliin of the (Treat K'T biddn then-: . And mom and eve and toon and late, the auadowi paw witliin the irate. As one by one they enter In, and the stern portala cloe once more, Tbe liaio wen. to linirr-r round thoae kneel ing doM-nt to tiie dMr:- The Joy that lightened from that place bllloes Uil upon the watcher's fax. , . - The faint low echo that we hear of far-off uiuxic oeenis to till 1 The tlnt air with lore arxi"r, and the woild'a clamor ail...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 August 1878

Me exchange THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1878. STATE IT"EMS. JosepK I King; lotal eH'ibr of the berthage ileraU, luu been elected Register of Smith county. CoL Join A JardrIe, of Weakley, Seems to be the unanimous choice of Vest Tennessee for Governor. The KnoxvilJe Cliro'iiic'e lias been sued by Joseph Fitch, ei-ca.ndid.ite ioi 'sheriff, for $10,000 damages: Col S. B. Ajres, of f callcy, was elected Judge cf tliat circuit, and Pierce was rc-e!ette!$ AtfornrjGene raL Memphis has had one case of yellow fever a New Oi-lcahs man, who was prostrated afttr two eefcs absence from that city. The Obion News says that Mr Robert Lewis, of Lake county was burned to death, by the explosion of a coal oil lamp, a few nights ago. Dtrring the past five years there have been t'f't'fled, in Nashville, 1,002 buildings, of which C2i were" brick and 581 frame, at, a cost of ?2,540,- The Tennessee State fair will be held at Nashville during tll3 second week in September. The exhibition is expected to be one of th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 August 1878

Ti A TTT7TS tfT 73 171 THE EXCHANGE Exchange. M W.A.W4DCrlllrMd FdbUattr. M BMRirTIOK T1:H. Twa dollars a rear; en dolli for six in on the I 1 fly cents for three Booths, lxvACttLT is id- KAILttOAts TtnB TAfcLIJt. 1iicasSt.ftlla Sew Orlinn B. R. Trains l-re ililsn ai foil" on and after Nay li.lsTs: rAs-ror tix. iro ILAI n STORE. JLJ 5o. 1. north, leave at.... No. 3. " ' So. i. south, .VOta 11:40 - -..11:3&H ratioHT Tmm Ko. 5. north. ! et....;....i . 4:31 1 o. 7. " " 2:1-1 pan No. . pctith, " Ki' m . . " " 4:'rUim Time c'jol tfin Oiinnte! slower than tuwa tim. J - Ct LoPKZ, A rent. . CHANDLER, J- C. rt.AilKB, Vru'i l u. Afent. tien'l Manager. D. B. MOP.KY. J. n. MANX. Ocn'l Ticket Arent. if or-rintendeftti 1 Atslaa. III SHahs (II fciC at. R. ft. Trains l-ave Milan ai follow cn nfcd after May JOISTS : ."o. 1. south, leaves It .... 4Waej " ..v...!l: am No. 2. north. " . .... t M.-m Ko.(, " " tia MtnsfT TtAtys. Ko. T. owth;leat ,....i........t2:Wm o. V. " " .4:411 am No. 6, north. "...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 August 1878

v I vp.si i ''W -iA:'. iJi-l I K.A. VI ur. rcK-!ir.' " MIL AX, T" r - v " -' v r CUKHEXT NEWS. WASHIJUi TON .. 1 A conference of leading Greenback men fas held at Washington on the Cth, for con- uJy.Uon repardiii the bet m.-an. for ad VcrcIii tbe interests of the movement. A ... j,, , , ,j, , , irurauit.' tlic principal featur of which sr i3X of United atrn:ii" fnlt lcjnl-t" oeciarailon or pnncii.Icx was nromnl-t.,l taxation tTider cnrrr a-y to take tbe Y' of National bank notes, the repeal of the Resumption act, free ooinaReofilver,and a Judicious expenditure of Treasury notes in the construction of railways 4 other internal Improvement. rhilemon B. Hunt, of Lexincton, Ky., has J.cen appointed a-cutfor the Indians of the Kiowa, Comanche and Wichita Apenov, In dian Territory. Washington City was visited by another destructive storm on the 10th.' President Hayes will attend the Minnesota State Fair at St. TanJ, to be held the first week In September, wkst akd sorrrrvTLST. Tor the 24 ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 August 1878

THE M!LANEXCHANGE "ft". A. "ffaDL. PaWl-thcr. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE ' VEAXSin. ' - ' .'" ' A (rrnl ol) man. Built after the oidrn plan; A iii-iwnlar IkiJv, a inactive head. A itiBti to value i ' kiniM- h Uvea, A man t rvmetiilHT ln-D di'aJ, I wlii yon txiuUl H-c,ljia Kit lin k at hi ( witk- or as l-ep, ax yon rileiHw), WaUie h' wliiffa. ami lie. Ih-w And 1 rvM lilui tlie new . " Whn'ekillHI to.!av?" no .--it in mi nncit'in w itv , "Aud hat have they n.ilcn this time, my Tlie met-al tliev thrive like" p-i-ley' in pcaf 1....' t l . t Then for that ludifrctii. m-rr-li nf tlm ir While the pip' sreta a allile To the ottier side,, Where it- puHtand poolm. Keeping up with the uewH. A har-n-ter' ' When he iK-dns. " f tell ve.air' Ti worth a whole book of vonr modern talk; i nen tlie xiieiire alter ma The eoli-lnn nlmll1eil Inn wallt And tamping ol hiacutie. Yon limy ptst tlown When on w-5 that frown. Ami the lim ifiny l!;'ita nntftiallv clever, lie'a ulioiil to wiil- notue Mjlijca-t forever....

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. — 15 August 1878

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY; AUGUST 15, 1873. John Cooper, aCn ot U. S. reveaue collector Cooper, of Knoxville, Sj killed by illicit distillers a few days The prospect for a war with Mexi co is still good or bal. We would li ot be surprised to Leaf & call for vol nteers before Christmas. The growing cotton crop is reported in better tonditioo in Texas and in the Memphis department. In Arkansas and Louisiana the crop is not so good as last year. The State Democratic convention meets to-day fVe hope harmony will prevail, and that a platform will be adopted and a man nominated for Governor totitfactory to all the party. We cannot afford to have din?ensi nis. Eight of the Judges and seven ofthfc Attorneys General jost elected In Ten nessee were students of the old Leba non Law School. All the Judges were there before the war, and all those tlected Attorney General were in School since the wan Commissioner Killebrew reports doru promising in this statej tobacco Irregular, cotton doing well...

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