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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 August 1878

iiiinif"' i'" i-.-irgiarwiMTiirt BANKRUPT m THK EXCHANGE -a W. . ! i:. f tlior nd I'Hbliohrr. ILAN JTGV SJU: NI'IWKiri'lOX MiTTH. f . Trn .Mlar s yi-arj cneiloltnr nirit nl'! I tfly rrntt f..rttin" mals, tsf lci.r i j V V' F . ! STORE. ANGB. JL JL v. It 4II.RO AH TIMK T.4BI.M h.r;.fii.rci jrrworli lt.t. Triti . r .Uilna a. foil"-"' '! an.l ftrr roarhM Tll Xi. 1. tviriti. Invn o' t! :.i " .. 1:V iin :!! . ll:4um vu. , " .U::ipm IIFII.VI TtllNH Xo. 5. n'.rtb. lf't....-.... 4:') m K.i. T. " ' - 2:lri.m , fonih, " .......... i. 1i'am .c, " :'1'PH Time alout fiftefn luinutro flowcr lnin ton II in,i.. J-C, I.UPK., ifnl. r. ciiANPi.F.n, j.c.ci.AtikK, t.-ii'l I'aw. ArOit. n'l nnagcr. It. I!. MuHEV, J.li.MAXX, im'J Ti'-kci Affnt. r'lii.crinfi'ti'imt. I.nnUt illr A ftfcvlll 4.1. K. ft. U. Trnln- 1-iive Milan at Mlows 01 Bid after No. I.mnth, li'arwat. N'l. .1. - " Xl. 1!, Jiorthi " K. 4, rPkimtt TfcAlSi Ko. T. n-iilh, lt.... , NO.. " No. (1. rth, ' No. M, " " :Ir l1:Vatn .r.... 1 r.V . :h5 am...

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. — 22 August 1878

THE 'MILAN:- EXCHANGE, TENNESSEE. CUllRENrJ -NBW. r , ' " f i Poftmttr-lienrriJ Key, accompanied by ever friend nd other officials of tbe De partment, Laa elarted on a two-moiitb'tour of inspection through the WH aj5 far as California. WF.ST ADD (WtTHWWT. '!: The official report of th "New rlen Board of Health on the ISth, pivcs the num ber of deaths from yellow fever for the pre ceding 24 lionrs at 47; new care reported, 115; toti J B'jubor of cases reported, 1,0!X). The Howard AcKoclation are furnii-hinp ptivMci&ns and nurse to tbe destitute, and bare also cent as'iMance to Tort Kadii and Grenada. They have published an appeal for contribution, staling that they have not s dollar in their treaoury. At Memphis, on the lHth, there were nine Dew case of yellow fever reported for the preceding 24 hours, with 13 death. The lieae bad not extended below Jiflorson Street, and the authorities were anfruine that it could be confined within lis present limit. A camp bad been formed six m...

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. — 22 August 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, . A. WADE, Pao inner. TENNESSEE. MILAN, TEE WORTli OF A KISS. , Oh, the sweet Hew lnrk la k I uses! Oh, the charm of make lieilevel Oh. to lie (lfi-t-ivfK Hwevrt blix la, ' '. liliwi utili sweeter to deceive ! Whnt thou'lt arant, I know, my fairest, "Winn, ' N ay, I never muxt !" I w-LI H unt wlmtu'er thou "wearest, I will swear what tluiu win tru.st. Ilcin. APPRENTICED. " Coine out and hear the waters ahoot. The owlet hoot, the owlet hoot; Von crescent moon a (folden boat, Hanc dim behind the tree, O! The dropping thorn mukeit white the gratis U nwe.-teHt 1h, and sweetest la! Come oiu and Biuell the ricks of hay Adown the crott with me, O I" " M.v irranny nods before her wheel. And ilropit her reel, and drops her reel; My lather with his crony talks Aft Kay as fray can be, O! Itnt uii the milk is yet to skim Ere liirht be dim, ere lijlit be dim ; How can I xt-p ailown the crolt, My 'prentice, lad, with thee O'." " And m;ist ye bide? yet waiting's long, And love ...

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. — 22 August 1878

1, I . i ( r It! THE EXCHANGE iHURSDAY. AUGUST 22, 1878. The State Democratic Convention held last week in Xasliville wns one ftf the largest evtr hel j in Tennessee: Hon Holmes Cuinrmus was elected president, and filial that responsible JxKitionJuith great ability. The platfortn adopted (which we publish elsewhere) isone calculated to reconcile fcll the conflicting elements of the artj-, and will give aliaost universal tatitfaction. It U a master! docu Jiient, and is understood to be from the pen of Hon Albert B. Marks, the nominee for doverri Jr. The nomina lion of Judge Marks is about the best that could have been nn.le, and we lire glad to see that the press ot the Ftate are supporting him with great unanimity. He lias bePn Chancellor f the Yinchrter district the puFt eight years and was recently re-elected without opposition. We have not room to give the proceedings of the convention. At the annual meeting of the VM rtw and Orphan Mutual Aid Society, mi Tuesday lxst, the follow...

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. — 29 August 1878

I. l1iriiHil- I -HIE EXCHANGE W. A.WAI.F. Mllsr a J'ii blither; KI'IIM'SIPTIOX IlATKN. TritijlUni y-ar; oiieilxllarforfix uiontl!.-; fifty vnt for three tii'nlb. t:tA.1ui,x l jiu' in hip i a a ICAIMtOAtS TlrtE T.llil.l.S. tliift.i(.l,oii!a NVvOrlrkiK It. Ki Tr.iinh !nvr Milan at f !'!'.,Si on nJ alter May 1:. I:: rABf5tiF Tllal.V. No. lp"t t:lm m.i 11: V. put o. I:. onlh. l RrtnCT 1 KA IN '. n.norlU.VatrKit 4: iH J1. i. rotltb, iv... x. " i!:l"i irtn 1- S am f.'iU urtl i line a . i int or Cf';.-n rv.'nutcs "'.owr limn ltt J. C; LoThf; Ari. 1". CH ASliU fl, J. C. C I.AUKKi . tieii'l rss. At'cif, . (iea'l Manager: 1. U. .Mtii:i:V. J. r.. mAX, l.ntt ill a Nn.ln ;t. N. K. It. i rain I--..- Milan r l!?ov on atVJ ftcr Ji. 1. 0'illl. laVts Til .. l:!0Kl ..lizifi aM .. l-V !in No: 2, uurtb. if uorT tSaJ.' N. T. Muth. lu'i i 12: W ui Nn.V. " ' .... ...- ... tn N. 'i. north, " ..--.: - 2:l Sm Ao. M, iUUjiih A - W. f.OVlNti, ArciiI. P. ATM'M'.F. (im. i i T. A. F. rANTWKI.I,. Iioiil Ticket Afc'...

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. — 29 August 1878

1 THE MILAN -EXCHANGE, W. A. Vktit, rskliUirr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CURRENT -. NEWS. : WASHINGTON. It It the Intention of the ffir Department to expend upon MNsiMtippi River Improve menu the entire amount appropriated by CongreM for that purpose. The Mexican KlnUtcr . Is .Washington, Senor Zamacona, doe not kriieve there Is any danger of war. President Diaz, he says, ii anxious to maintain friendly relations with the United States, and is doing all be can to t uppreea lawlemnews on the border. The National Republican rtates au thoritatively that voter in the Depart ments will be -Tinted the usual leaves of absence to attend elections in their several State; and further that the President has contributed liberally to the Republican campaign fund, a ha every member of his Cabinet. The Sioux CommiHioners recommend that the Red Cloud Indians be removed to White Clay Creek and the Spotted Tail In dians to Rosebud, and that the names ot the agencies be changed to Ogallalla and Rosebud. Col. ...

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. — 29 August 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W.A.WAIlK, fsbllaher. MILAN, TENNESSEE FLF, LITTLE SWALLOW. Flv, little swallow. Flit and Cy over 1 in- livid of bmwn clover. And ttul my one lover uinie quickly to me. I'm ry witu wmtin rwme wind Is nelallnir g. m mows on tiie sea. - Flvcjulcklv, O swallow! I would I could follow And lull my lste eoiner lie knoin not the nummer M never so fair. He known not, the rover, How all the dura over 1 only am lom-l v, 1 only denjmir. Why llngcrest, swallow, Wht-n suns are no mellow? Till awet-t day are sweeter. And fleet winds are (wUT 1'han tuoeou tiie Hea? , wait not, I need him. Kid swift winds to t-peed him. lielay not, 1 pray not. Hut bring linn to me. O, tardy lirown-winpfr, I, Slothful ! 1!KT, l-.re you can discover And Vail my one lover, lie smiles at the doer. No more the di-enr wiiitlnir, 1 boiifl winds are foliating, Ue'ii aute on the shore. A'ew Orieant Democrat. TRIUMPH OF OLIVES BUilM. Twan the Board of Director of Library Hall M ho, Instead of the uhuiU au...

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. — 29 August 1878

fclTE EXCHANGE ' ' TTTT'PQln V- ii-f-i'ut on- to-o TIILE.SDA.1, ALGlfrT 29. 188. f fOPC0VFHNOR; ALBERT tf; MA&KS, OF FRANKLIN. The Democracy of the Htatc- aie solid in their support of Marks for Governor. - ' :.. iTlieKepublicanconTcntion in Xa.sli-j ville last week, nominated Fnierson Etheridgc for Governor'. He declined the honor. ' The revenue officers and illicit di. tillers had a pitched haitle inf-'vertori "county last week. The government sent reinforcements to the officers. . lion II. T. Kiddle; ou account of ill health; declines to ri.kc the race for re-election to Congress iii the fourth district of thu stale. lie made .'a most excellent rq're-rntative. and wc regret that his health precludes his running ngain. Any one knowing the whereabouts pi Wm. B. Smith; or the children of T. W. Handing; wliu.were last heard 'of in Calvert; Texas, in ! ? CO or 1 870, will cliiifef a faror by imparting the panic lo li-:s Jennie Hankins; Waco, Texas.' , . . ,. . x A corrcfj-xindout ...

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. — 5 September 1878

BANKRUPT STORE. THE EXCHANGE I H ANG MiWRirrn(y it at m. , Two ullurn a year: uriv IiTiif for fi nonttir' Cflr ci-nla fur ttire moutljj,' Im'ta'ki&M.T I i ?- ItAIMiOAO tlifK TAKttA: lilrato,M.I.ouW A V Orlraa It: B. Tr:ini l-aie Milaa at fulloir oil aa If' f May IX 1ST: . No. 1. north, leaver l. .: No. .1, .. No. 2. aoutb. " No. 4. " ; . ... tm.H.f 'ix ;..' "S'n. 5. north. lfve at..... No. T. " " o. ti. ,iith. A. " " i..vi pa "r.Viarn ll-Man U:Jj ul ... 12. tt; .... 4: "Ml ptu . Time a' out fifteen m'Dut. 'i.wer thaa tuwft liin.-. J - C, i.Ol'LZ. Arent. K. ('HANDLED. den'! I'bor. Arent.' I). B. MOUEY. tii'u'l ii-ket Aren. J. C. CLARKE; tien'l Manna-cr. ru ?riuU"unt. - Trainr l -uve Milan a lltu on uJ ft' May 12, ISTs: rAsrsorii tbaoss." . . No. l.Miith.l:ivet...'.'. .:..:..J:4V& No. Jt. v .lJ m No. 2. north, " - -'" !' No. 4, " " .... l.Yiam I ;:kii;ht tkai'sS. So. T. oitth, leiivrr at ..' '.. 2:40iu . . (4 ;. 4:' am No. ''. north. " .'. 2: am No. li, " " ll I'm A. W. L'6vi'...

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. — 5 September 1878

THE MILAN- EXCHANGE. W. A. Will K, PuMiuVr. TENNESSEE. MILAN, WASHINGTON. Tbe Secretary cf War has IsMied a per mit, through the Keeper of Confederate Archive in the custody of the War Depart ment, tendering free aoceos thereto to the Southern Historical Society, which, accept ing, ba extended to the Covcnitnent like privileges to paper in its pofeMon- Denni Kearney wax in Washington on the 2Jnh and called upon President Haves at tbe White House. There is no report of ! what was said at the Interview. In the evening Kearney addressed a woi kinsmen's meeting from tbe stepn of the Capitol. Kearney returns to Massachusetts to take the stump for tieneral Butler for Governor. The public debt statement for Auu-t shows a decrease. In the debt of l.C-V1. and the following balances in the Treasury: Currency, J2,122,i;i ; special fund for the redemption of fractional currency, JIO.Oiio,. 000; special deposit of legal tenders for re demption of certificates of deposit, .fto.i'iO, WK); coin, J2...

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. — 5 September 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, VT. k. rYADE. raM'sorr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. TUE PAINTER'S SCARE-CHOW. Miss Arabs-Hat nn!,kr Rmvn Hb'I a f 'null Muilio in tliet.iwn "'r all the wlnt.-r. blithe an.l guv. Mie lt-w Mii't jimnt.-il day liv div Hie nvi.-l not tin; rir-li. j:,.r ni-t" Am work nui'li; futiHliuif in tier heart. I pirn li-r ranvas mnv a weiir; l "iiiiiini rB iat,iniciil'i) iirtn-n w w rought ausin. Tliet-imw uu l ruin I cited tijx.n her w lnrl.i., -pnm-; lint flu; itlitn Ikt -.ijtv room "ll itn j.ivou-. tiii .liTi.ii..fi t ii ..Urn An.l ; x 1 . Bttiigto lier-U there. .....-iiui.-, 1:i H( unrip "Mom .nil thine. I.iit, m non tl,p t.)rlMir iin'I summer eamo, Her Htiidio fivw ho null mi'l tii'i.c Hie Mo'jjrlit tlir ruial ilitnl-s ! wiuclinit HtreauiH Hti.l t-li ii.lv woI; ror piiliil.-r-.' work er.nti-m-t a taint I'aleaa tmiii Nutiier'n null ttiey paint. So out Miss Aratiella went, ToKketeh from Nature lully bent. It a In. ely Mitiimer'n d:iy ; A lovely m-eiie iM toie her lny ; Her lol. line k...

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. — 5 September 1878

II 11 ' I ; i THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SEITU 5, 1878. FOR GOVKRXOK, ALBERT. S. MARKS, OF FRANKLIN. THE TllWrSSEH CtXTKA L. Messrs. Wise A. Cower, Jno. II. Glass and Wiis "Williams, of Trenton. W. M. McCall, H. Y. iLu.kiu and Y. A. "Wade, rf Milan, spent two or three days la?t week in Nashville in the interest of the above runted road. Considerable interest U being r-.au-fes-ted there in favor, and it is hoped money enough may be ra'sed toJui'sli it at an early dir. Tho Nashville, CliHttanaowa and Et. Louis road pro gnoses Id 'rcii .aiideuip it as soeu as the read-bvd,!; .CnL-hcd between here and IXuTjlijifdcn. It is thought ar rargeient? can be made to raise the balance of the money jf subscr.tyf rs to . , , ;,' ,. " . ' ..." t ne clock aie ' oe .i.oer- j al aud pay up promptly,. We undex- stand an accurate estimate of the RiuounLcf iiiQney required to finish it Mill be nade In a few days. When th's is done, we will publish the state ment and urge upon our people the importance of pus...

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. — 12 September 1878

i THE EXCHANGE . W. A. V A DE. Cdile'r ! Pnbllfcr." OlRHrTfO RATFft. Tw dnT"rJ a tnr; one dollar for fix month.? ? fl.J conU fur three month, wvafuh t i.i xS- APK. HAtLROAfi TIKC TAIILEM. hirafra,M.I.ula NwOrlrMM B.IJ. . Tr:iin Icare iirlaa at foffowi on rfn-r iitcr May )J. IMfJ fAfe-KXCKB TB15." 1. north, lcvce "t IrKipm k o. . " . Z:!ia 2o. 2.onth, " ll:n: .. " " li::i";nrf . Lf.lGHT TBALNS. Vo. S, nor'?!. leaver at .. No. T. Nv. fi. fouth, " .................. A h. " " . l:'i' am i line about fifteen niifntr? Mower tho t'jwa .mio. J. C, i.Ol'l.., Aii-nl, iCHANM.F.R, , J. t:. U-AUKS; ticn'l I'kp. Af cr.t. en I Manager. IJ. MORHV J. 0. MANN. Orn'l licttet A rent. duerinfendent. Inlm llle Saah vlll A K. R. K. Train 1 Milan a fulluw nr. an 1 aftuf May 12,1-0,; . . Ko. 1, aooth, leave at. 4:20 am 2o. " libitum No. 2, north, " 1:V in ho. 4, a:.'jain Fl'r.IGIIT TRAINS. Vo. 7. onnth, leaver at .!?' J" am " " i:W am No. fi, north. ' l':t' m o. Id, " " ot'JUpm A- W. LdViNtJ. Apeut. C. P. A...

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. — 12 September 1878

XI. THE ' MILANEXGHANGE, W. A.WABE, Pbi:hr. MILAN, - - . TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS." WASHINGTON. The report of the Sioux Communion, ap pointed in July Uht to treat with the bands or Ked Cloud and Spotted Tail on the tmb Ject of newreservstionR, ha been submit ted to thelSecretary of the Interior. It was found by.the;Commikioa that the Indians had already made up their minds where they would.and where they would not :o for their future homes, and they were not to be talked out.of it. They refused to locate on the Missouri Biver, and in the end the Cora miwiion was oMigcd;u make a virtue of ne cessity andjeonsent to the election of the While Earth niver and "White Clay Creek regions, situated from 70 to 150 miles from the MissouriKiver, from which their sub sistence anuupplies must be transported at KTeat expense, unless, as Is suggested by the Commission.the Indians are compelled to ao uie transportation themselves. me American Legation at Berlin has of late been frequently called upon...

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. — 12 September 1878

"U i. THE MILANJXCHANBL W. A. WADK, Publisher. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. BA&r8 CLOTHES. Softest linen and snowiest lawn. With fairy fluting- ol lace; M'.roiilory fine hh the penciled f-rn Ity fltitrer ol front kinc-traced, fcinirinir, fche aewa the tiniest scam V liile the garments grow apart-. Ah, the sweetest work a mother knows Is making lira Uabj dainty clothes. Her thoughts reach otit across the years, loosing hi-iwlt In h dreiini; A hope in set with the stitches fine Of every lelicae fpam. An airy- cattle with turret liifc'U Mil ml in a froMen Kieu.ni. All, the rlearrwt work a mother knows I" making the bully's dainty clutuus. " innent flt for a klnjr!" che Halth; 'My baby eliall le a kinjr! Wine men mill linten nnto l.is words. And the children otleriiif bring. ilt Hhall bcuiauly, true, and brave; His deeds mill the poets Ninjr." Ah, tlie proudest work a mother knows Is making the baby's dainty clothes. Foldiue away the (raiments white The baby need no more care A toy, a tiii...

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. — 12 September 1878

TlfF1 T'ST'T F r,r!l''' the t iiiMor unit I ri; i.N THURSDAY. Sliri II 32, iblfi. fcp. GOVELN0I., ALBEUT a MARKS, OF FRANKLIN. - '"" 1 '" At the en; rot rrr.v. convention lit McKenzie last week, Gcu Atkins v. a uriaiiiniou- lvr' niin-'it-'U f riv-c: .cu..n. i which waa exactly rarht. Governor Torter and tate Treasur er Polk have concluded to use the r.f fl:h k'ifo -i lilD IMlinnnt (,'' S00 orSlf'OO per week for the benctit ,.fthn faxr-v Cn(i:.r.ra in ftiw s"tn nn, trust tJ the Legislature toapprove their actiou. e boner theiu lor it, and ! i. will or-nosc r.nv can!i!atc who will nut Tote to ap.provo tneir ffttiiii. The Covenitr of ': the people of his. star morrow ft a day of i': is railed observe t.) n.iui or hat the i!airu- i-: our sdiUain;: pc: soatluTD (iovirii'. be removed fron. j. Why do oi:r :'"t oo the same ihir.c: .'.m v. !:y Uj. c s i e"r er.'.'ie:. -.1 r.i and peooio not bi-oii ra saei:Ciotli and , II , , ashes tor the s-amr pnrpe...' t : put nior tr"..-t iu o 1 v hi!e we...

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. — 19 September 1878

THE EXCHANGE BANKRUPT W.A.W1IIE, i:dtlrad FabUler. M RS( IlirriOX RATES. Two dollar jn nnr dollar far ix month; .ftr ecnti for three month, ixr akialt ix aB- nri T7 IAN UMj. STORE. Milan 1 HE RAILROAD TlSie TABLE. Chlrnco. HU lmlu Jk XnrOrlnan R. It. Train Irnrc MiWa fillutro on anil after May U,lS7g: rAVKKNVKt THAIS. N. 1. rj'.rlh, lrvc at .. 1:-VI .m No. 3, " 3 .-ioi N. :!. poulb, " . I):Kiio No. 4, " " ..li:V,piB rr.i.ar tuai.xi. X. 5, boiiit. leavw t. .......... 4:Vl pro No. T, " " 2:1 m N w. , eouth, " .................. l:i' am Kr. H. " .... t:iu lira Time a'oiit fiflrcn minute j-lurr tUn tow n time. J C, Lol'KZ, Aavnt. F.CIIANM.ER. J- C. ri.ARKK, tien'l i'axr. Arwt, Urn 'I Manager. D. it. MOHEV, J. . MANX, tira'l Ticket Ajrcnt. pupcriiitrnJetit. LoaUvillr A XNkhvlllr A if. B. K. R. Trainr ! Milan an frilluwf oa and after May L!,17!S: r atokwmi niAtxs. No. l.roath, leave aC......... ............... 4:30am Nu. .1, " " ... .. HtYJam No. 2, north, " l:.VSim No. 4, " :jam mr.ioBTT...

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. — 19 September 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. 1. WADE, rblihr. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUKREXT NEWS. WASHINGTON. Gen. James LonpHtrect has been appoint ed Revenue Agent for the district of Geor gia and Florida. The War department ban prepared a Jong argument in favor of the transfer of the In dian Bureau to the War Department. Sec retary Schurz, on behalf of the Interior De partment, 11 baring prepared n argument againt the transfer. Throe argument are to be submitted to the Congressional Com mission which is to meet in St. Louis on the 20th of this month. F. L. Cordoza, formerly State Treasurer of fcoutb Carolina, bai been appointed to a $ 1,200 clerkship in the Treasury Department at w aldington. WK6I AND SOUTHWEST. The death-rate from yellow fever at New Orleans had decreased on the 12th to 67, witb 212 new cases reported. Dr. C. L. C. Hern don, aged 40, formerly Surgeon in the United States Army, la among the dead Thermometer down to GO deg., which eeni- ed to be favorable to the sick, but hastened the deve...

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. — 19 September 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. Ml DE. Pablisacr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. JUME OF TEE MODERN EDITOR. Y editor rXTa.tolie.tti at midnight. KnUrrtri to liim a vrner-jtlinst. Ye ell tor upiowtti lf o u r s e li e w a n te t h aoinethltig. It laketli ye gtiont a o tu time to ay ny tiling. ' But be flow h on like a candidate wli-n lie P"t tctn a good fttHJ-t. He clcelRr- th lii tiih- 1 f to Iwi new Item that Is known ol all uicu. And vntin trtli himself tM-CHUHeOl liis lime and strength. He hlowcth tlie harder an lie guvlh on. And aaveth lit boss lia even lor tlio lust. Ye editor Joyfully re coKiiizeth ye fHiiilliar Jd ioetU . Re hold, a Btrantrer Com eth, black but comely. Merrily Imr.xed the mosvjnltn, Cheerily MTatched the iilll. And Ur In the night, his wrninr to write, Scrtl.blnl tlie dit.ir still. A tioleK'" fcfp on the door Mil, Ami oponsye sum-turn loor. Ana n j-iM-cti-r lifs would cover a page Walked over tlie Banc-tutu floor. Ye editor raised his aching rimd A t he man of years he we. ".Vo...

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. — 19 September 1878

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SEFTR 19, 178. FOR GOVERNOR, ALBERT S. MARKS, OF FRANKLIN. Mr James McGee lias severed his connection with the Benton Banner, and returned to "Waverly. It is now said that J udjrc East de clines to run for Governor on the Greenbacks-National ticket. Dr WLite has our thanks for a copy cf the proccedin js of the Ten iirsx-e Fress Association. It is hand somely printed. The Nashville American is mis takn when it states that Milan has quarantined against trains. All the trains flop regularly here, and will continue to do so. The State Republican executive committee have nominated Dr E. M. Wight, of Chattanooga, as their can didate for Governor. Dr Wiglit is said to be an honest sensible man, but no politician. The Massachusetts Democrats at tempted to hold a conventiou in Wor-1 cester last Tuesday to nominate a can- j didate for Governor, but lien Butler's friends captured the hall and nomi- nated him. The Democratic coin- mittee repudiate the affair. Prof. 1). L....

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