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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 September 1878

MS Ian lima HD fl vol. ,v. MILAN, TENN., SEPTEMBER 26, 1878. NO. 30. Death of Dr and Mrs Boyd. Our citizens were shocked Sunday morning last to learn of the death of Dr James Green Boyd. He was the oldest physician in thecounty, andone of the ablest. He had been the post master at this place for many years, and was also a prominentOdd Fellow. He moved from Virginia to the neigh borhood of old Shady Grove near 5li lan at an early age and grew to man-, hood, lived and died in the midst of t he paople of his adoption. A man of stalwart frame and strong constitu tion, he devoted himaelf with ar dor and enthusiasm to his extended and laborious practice, until succumb ing about four years ago he was strick en with paralysis, since which time he has been much enfeebled. During the past summer he has suffered much trom malarial, influences, and when lasweekf he was. seized with bilious fever he fell an easy victim to a dis ease which, under other circunistau ces would not probably have prov...

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. — 26 September 1878

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, SEPTR 26, 1878. FOR GOVERNOR, ALBERT S. MARKS, OF FRANKLIN. AX.VOtSCEMESTS.j NOTEHBCR ELECTION. For CnfNM. CALDWELL.-W are authorised to an nounce Hon. Robert P. Caldwell, of Gib on, as a candidate for Congress in this (the Mth) Congressional district. Stale Wen ate. COOPER. We are authorized to announce Wine A. Cooper, of Trent in, aa a candi date for State Senator from the district com posed of the counties of Carroll and tiibion. CITY ELECTION. : .' ' ;" Fer Mayor. DA VIE. We are authoriied to announce J. B. lis vie at a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing election. - "ITTA RE, We are authorized to announce V. are, Esq., as a candidate for Mayor at the ensuing election. A Call for a Senatorial Conven tion. The delegates to the Democratic Senatorial Convention are requested to meet in Atwood, Carroll county, on Saturday, Oct. 5th, to nominate a candidate for State Senator to repre sent, in the next General assembly of Tennessee the Senatorial district, compos...

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. — 3 October 1878

TUB EXCHANGE Kl KV RirTUf aV.T.M. - , Twolllnrs a year: one dulUr f.'f monlhr: C'ty cents fct three o-iutlis. istj-Htim .? lx tn- KAIl.lio.lh TINE T.I.E; lilcKCn. H(. I.nrt In A w Orlrrfn It. R. Trains leaie Milan as follow? on and afVr May li. JvTS: . I. I) irtti. leaven at. No. .i. " ;:.:r . .. iNo. south. " . 1 4. ... f :.V pin ... .Vtata .Hrf.'ain .ll: t. iu . norfli. lc:'i i-fS at , 4:".tu 2:1'. .ra l:i afe 4 :." i.iii No. n, ninth. 1 tine a'lout fifte-i iiiinitt-' .lower than town Vmie. J-C. tOl'KZ. Aent. 1 11IANM.KR, J. C. CI.AItKBt i-m'l Pass. Artnti Mt'l Manager. .). I!. moju:y. J. ;. MANN. ien I Tlret Arnt. r'iiicriiitert'!chf ; Ini.lllr A Sm.lt till A tit.H: R; K. Train" 1 -sr. Milan as follows cm and afti-r Slay lJ.K : No. 1. south, leaves at. 4:!0aiil N.".. " " ll:nn .o. H, " ; No. 2. north. " l:Vi t in No. 4. :5Ti atfi 1-RHI.HT Tlitvft. Ko. 7. ovttllate at..-.::.:.. .:V..r 12:40 hm No. M. ' ' ..... 4:4 am No. ii, north, " 2:rain Jv 0. lo, " " .. 5:'l in A W. liOVfNU, 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. — 3 October 1878

THE MILANJXGnANGE. W. A. WlDK,rblit,a.r.' ' MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CUIUIENT NEWS. "(V WASHINtiTO. ." - . The 1 'ret i J tot nd party .returxeU .to Washington on tbe 2Tth from their extended trip through the Northwest. The President ban appointed Thoa. B. Kllis of Brooklyn, X. Y.t Indian Afrentat KU Berthold Agency, Dakota; L. If. Kelly, of Elpn, III., at Los riKog Aftcnty, Colo rado; and Joceph A. Su-phan, of Iaporte, Ind., at Standing llock Apency. The ChlneHe Minister, Chin Lan Pin, on the 21 h formally presented hit credentials to the Prenidcnt. The member of the Chi nese Kmtaxt.y were all present at tho cere mony, (IreHsed In their national contume.and the President wu attended by the member of the Cabinet. WEST AND SOUTHWEST, The following is a summary of jellow fe ver report for the Jfttb: New Orleans, 44 death and lilt new cskcs; Memphis, 43 Wtbs and 143 new cases (partial report); Vieksburp, 12 deaths, among them IVm. I!H'kwood, President of the Howards; Holly Sprinpi, ? deat...

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. — 3 October 1878

THE MILANEXGHANGE. W.A. WillE. Paolishrr. ' MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. TDK WA Y OF THE WOULD. M.tx. - - ' If wean m pood coat, Ult him up, lilt liim up; Tbuugb tie lut be a blm. w -... , I-ifthim up. ' - - If ne ha not common wnw And can boat a few tnw, " Lilt him up. Thoiijjh hts facr Hhomatio aliaiiw ' l.itt him up, lift him tip ; - Thouith his r1nie In hi name, l.llt hln up. THouh their dlKrncv. h his iiport, lt your datiitliters him court 1 jft him op. .;: WOsMX. If a woman once erm, hick her down, kick her down. ii iin.in.rtuiie be her. ,, Kick Iht down. Though her tears I all like rain, Kick lior down. If a man break her heart. Kirk her down, kk'k her down, Kedotilile the smart Kick her down. And if In low condition. On, on to perdition, Kick her down. . A THREE-POUND TROUT. ' The pool wan broad, and cool, and deep; And on iu Hiitfiu'e i-liittini; Were specks of loam, and tw irn, and leaven, Around an eddy tll lUlilji. The alder on the further side lltinif low upon the water; And J...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 October 1878

THE IiClIAXGE IIIUR.SD.tY. OCTR 3, 1878; ALBUKl1 S. MARKS, Of franklin. The correfponileut of the Nashville American", "Max" froth tlil. place, tays the' "Exchange is not dead, but Uoepiiig." That nJiri? Oiai' vas the first man to kriock thedunt off of his feet in Milan, and look for frcehe tjiwrters". The Exchange is booming and is net dead or n1eep, and won't be. A man wtfit up id Max list "TVetJiiesJay Morning; and in fun, re- inarkeJ li Mdx; "that the doctors had declare! yellow feverin our town, and he (Max) turned around and said "What" "Max then didn't stop t) talk Vith" ally one on h way hohie; but as soon as he got therf, he got ready Juid put out for Nashville, on the 1:30 ' Vclock tra'ri. Co be back Max, there is no fever iu town. 'Max' also done great iiyustice to the CTprtSS fln'J rail road men; they have not canght the "coiitngiJfu Ut fear" yet, nhll wc have not heard of a Wan leaving li's post. Sunday ln.-t, abbtit ll"t: nl.; (ireen i)aff5o"n, colored, assitultet! nrf...

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. — 10 October 1878

rfm THE EXCHANGE W. A. WADE, Ftfilor Mtld PnfclUtier. ki km nirno it.f fr. Two dniiiiri ftPri nndo!!irforsit fflonthtt "irty eeots for three asoulhii iat jeiaaLT iR id usee. ntlLROAtY TISJB TAIlLUH. thlrnfc;,sL Ililn Xi Orlettna It. ft Trin Vjxe Mllaa fullowt on and after my is, l'i : "o. 1. nottll, learep at No. . " fo. 2. ionth, " .. ho. 4. l..')pm . 3:."ain :.... II: am 11:36 pm FBfrt'JMT TKAIHBi n. r, north, 1cavt- at............:;. 4:.4)tH 2: IS t Ka. 6. totith. ....;: i l:ant Si. A-:tU nm 1 mn aboill lifieCn ft: mate iM'iwer than tuna "me. j. , lArr.., Armt. i.ciiAJnuvh, j. c. ci.akke. t.eu,'l l afSt AftMlt, en I Manager, t). B. MOAET, if. (I. MAXX. tirn I Ticket Ar,t. t'liperilitenlent. Unlm III" A MtkliVillr cVa. S. tt. It , Trsin 1 !v Milan ("llo Cfl'Hud aflr Slay llftTH: rfcsc taimSi J o. I.aontb. lt.iTtf No. 3. " " Na. 2. north, ' I..::-.-.:.!. v. 4. -l , rMHT TrAitS. K'o. 7. aoiltfe. Ien9Ht....i- ...... 4:50 aW ll:.r. aill 1:V. !.IH : an t2:4la No. 9. " 4 40al f o. 6. no...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 October 1878

THE M jLANEXCH ANGE, MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUItKEXf 'NEWS. TWnlolfeJJel t-Htirment for jcptembrr shows 'IfH-reae4lo"th del" tvr the monWi of f.l.lM.-'C, and the following balance in I be Treasury; Currency, ?I9,T25,9.T0; special fund for the redemption of fractional cur rency, 0,0O0,MD; rpcial'r-p)it of Jepal lenders at redcmpUon-certHcatc depart ment, $4i,7Ki,f.vO;.eoin, $il2,'.),fi40, Includ ing coin certificate, $34,C',G70; oulftand Injj leKJ .tender, $34i,7e.1,Q1tf. ; ".' . O. n."irfeh, of Nebraska, ANsiKtant Chief of the Bureau of Knsravtnj? and Printing of the Trea-lirj Department, has been pro moted to lie Chief of that Bureau, vice Mc l'benxin, resigned, and Daniel W. Wilson, of 01il,'b:ii teen i(piointed AfwiMant Chief of thc.Jiurcau. Vilson tag held the posi tion in the Bureau for Rome time past. tie n. Halbcrt E. Payne, of Wisconsin, lias Ix-fn a) HjinU;il CommihirscT Of PaU-tt, - Clerks living In the Western Stales em'- ployed in the Executive Department of (ho Govert.ment.a...

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. — 10 October 1878

Cfifl A "rVFEK lnrrmrown town. Terms and atfUU tM tow trae. Addrl U lUUetkOOLjtrtUmtM ir. I'oolfi IlrnKti.TIonlhlT. I ''nmnunptcm. Kllloa hj lira. . M. fxtrn SB. JjaJ. Sent on uiai fnr 6 monUm f or rot K AP, MiunrilUlIulLCaL,129E.XhUiilL.M.I. DCtrnC ?frn "t Half Prior. n c v u l v c n a " z:r : i r.', fi wic nv .vt: Kncllnh itl lnil ixt rounder; nirkri pinfit an.-. ri4 nT- Alfc r!ir. (mm, etc.. at grllftlN Jji- Viiki l-ia-mx MsrOi J H. IJTl7.frlfe.LU, Af t IWHH Id . ror 4 'Wk ic Lkeal..l.i.lCJL CO VANTEDH Oooda to Mb, Sorot- Oram , u-er,(,l V ul tw I nilert iU "ifi'i; mni MaiM, AUawi, ri:-1"Tlal nrw. UUVajIKI'loi, IhrotlloS. HTaLxitMTI. rtowdliea. rUU ITKX to. lTullId iarce. ... ma A'tarms tito. F. Cham, t Lake-it. Cbicaeo. Ill C AGENTS WANTED FOR reative Science; and SEXUAL PHILOSOPHY, I'rofnurly Illustrated. The moat Important and leat ixHtk Hjttiihft. I wry famllr waul 1L LxLraur. auiarv liioucemruu ottered Airi-nt. Address Avkhn' Plujmunx Co, sl Louis, Ho., or CUcaco, 111. THE H...

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. — 10 October 1878

TIIEEXCIIAXGE fllUliSDAY, OGTR 10, ls78. FOR GOVERNOR, ALBERT S. MA&KS, or FItAXKLLN. "What does the Jaclrson Trlbuue and Sim mean, Ly saying I.Iilan has quarantined against Jackibh pajx-rs? We .never thought of such a tfcir'ir. We dou't quarantine aaiust such small country-town paper. If iherc tasa aDjr fever iii Jackstii; v.c vrould hot quarantine aa!n:! Jachscfn papers; IbrJ thCrb' woulii't be aiiy published. The ATalandie's "eld irian" lias tone crazy. ilil;ui has bhin rjuaran lined against that paper tot the la St 10 year?; by net taking it here. Disin lect your "old man" more, "he smell tad yet," or he will die, thtn the Av alanche will o dead. Vc fee! Firry for the Avalanche, t5 tnink that It would employ such a lunatic to write for its invaluable columns. Take him to the asyluilt and put him a pa'lled cell. Wc arc quarantined against all such posters as tlie A valance puts on the public. Old man go libnlc and hiake soap. M ATE ITEMS A negro near Franklin committed an out...

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. — 17 October 1878

THE EXCHANGE W. A.nMne.Mllr4 Pabllkher. Kms HlfTlOX RATI. Tw dollnr a rr; onednlUrforrii monthr: ifty recti fur three moalki, liTiutiLT ix tD- RAILROAD TIME TABLEN. tfelrar.KC f Orleans K. B. Train vr Vil o fulloag oil and mftcr amy ij, ii. : 1. north, 1e r at No. H. " - No. a. aouth, " ho. , " " . l:Vi.m ... 3::l am ...11:40am -.11: tn PBr.IfiHT TIAIK8. V. .r. north, lea ret at 4:l m No. 7. " " 2:l"'.iu VNo.6.outh. " Militia S". . " " 4:fii ).m Time a'loat fifteen minuter Flower than town time. J. C. I.Oi'fcZ. Airent. F. CHANDLER, J- C. CT.ARKfc. tieu'l i -a. Arent. tien'l Manager. I. B. MORKY. J. J. MANX, tien'l Ticket Acc.it. roperinU'iilrnt. 4it (lie nliille A. (. . It. R. Triina l--xve Milan as fullowg on and after May 12. JUTS: PASrNif: TRAtXS. No. I.th. lenve at . . 4:2hi No. .11 am No. 2. n r!h. N o. 4. " ... 1 :.Vi .m ... au (EIGHT TIAIKB. No. T, mth, leaver at. 12:40 am Su. y, " " 4:4U am No. o. north, " 2:U"inm No. 10, " " 5:0U.m A. W. LOViXti. Aireat. C. P. ATMORF. 0. F....

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. — 17 October 1878

THE AMI! AM FYnuAMCF . '"hi uduiinnuui w. a. wade. ribi:hrr. bl'uhrr. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUIiliEXT vEAVS. i 5 i ,, t' .WASHtNOTOir. . . ', , ' In consequence of information received by the Department of Justice of attempt to break up Republican organisation in certain Southern States, Attorney-General Ieveng hu instructs the United States At torney in Louisiana, Alabama ana South Carolina, to promptly arrest and hold for trial all (lenders for a violation of Section V'of the KeviKcd Statutes. An official statement from the Treasury Department ayi that 38 National tanks, with a capital of M8.T97,!i00, paid no divi dends for the six months ending Marcli,1878, and 3.'7 banks, with a capilal of JK.TM.ftjO, paid no dividends for the mx months ending September 1. The rates of earning to capl tal and Mirplu of National banks for the year ISTC.was 6.9 per cent.; in 177 5.0 per cent., and for in lew than C percent. Gen. Lew. Wallace, recently appointed Governor of New Mexico, has notified the...

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. — 17 October 1878

THE MILAN ' EXCHANGE, A. WADK, Pablisher. Tennessee; MILAN, QI JLT WORK. One Wnn, Nature, lot me loam of thee One letwor. m hirh in every wind In blown, one lfwn of two duti.- kept a n, ThiniKh the loud world iin.ciHim tiielr en mity " . . Of toil niiavere from tntit'inUlity ; of labor, that in liiMiiiKtriiii outgrow t ar noisier mIkmum, H -onir'i1li.:l hi repose. Too great for liafUj.too hlnh lor livuiry. 1 e, while on earth a th'onnand fH-ord rinir, Man' wiiwImi uproar luiiiKlinK with liis toil. , r . Still do thy rjuict ministers move on. ' ! Their piorlotis taVs in mlencc perfertinir;; Mill wot kiiiif. biHming Ktlll our vain tuniir oil. tiiai iiiui not lull when man u Kone. .Vatthrtr Arnold. the la si:. - Ileil its yellow-liehned l)Kr A Ktatfly chextnut riwx; Krom riwn until the hirtli of htara . 'Ti full of Nwcrt-xurjiriMui. No recent lane., iwir planned to meet Koine trniart adjacent highway, Hut rla-HMic to our fiitlM-r' feet," An immemorial by-way 1 - .. Here many a bosk of ...

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. — 17 October 1878

THE EXCHANGE fHURSDAY. OCTR 17, 1878. FOR GOVERNOR, ALBERT S. MARKS, OF FRANKLIN. FOR SENATE, WISE A. COOPER, OF GIBSON. Iowa and West Virginia went Re publican. Ia Indiana, the Democrats gained a victory by electing C Congrefesiuen ouj of 13. This is a gain of 3. The Republicans of Ohio, carried that State by 10,000 majority. 'Ihe Democrats elected 11 out cf the 20 Congressmen. STATE ITEMS Paris Gazette: The Western Dis trict Baptist Association held its an nual session at Union, last Friday and Saturday. Attendance much larger than expected. We hear of a number of delegates who made a circuitaround this plague stricken city. Nashville American: D. B. How ard, for years a leading shoe merchant Lere, died this morning from the ef fects of arsenic, taken aa is supposed, vhile in a fit of temporary insanity. He was universally regarded as an upright, honest man. His death could not have been caused by business troubles, as he was in good circum stances. Nashville Baonen Near Dixon Spr...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 October 1878

THE EXCHANGE W.A.ADK,Mllrnd rabli-hcr. Ki RsmirTiox UATIX To dollar a rn ne .l-.llar for mi ai.ir.tbr: ftret-sU fur thru lavatb?. ivvictAHLr ic a f--. KI1.KUAI Tint. TABI.ITi. hlrnK,M.i A rwllrliM H- R. Trrioi" leave Milan a foil.. oa mnit (flit Wr 1.!. ls: St. 1. north. leaves at.. N. Vo. .i!b, ' No. 4. " I:.VJ. 3:'.0ail .. 11 4i.i .11:.5M rrrn;MT tcaj. No. 5, n.nih leave, at 4:71 im No.T, " " 2:1M . wiith. " .. l:-iiu . . " ' pm Time a '.out fifteen an in ale r Lxn t.ia lone. J. I. L'-rrX. i(int. K.VHAXW.KR. J . I.AIIkh. ien'l ar". Ar'ft. i'l Manager. U. 15. MnliKV. J. (i. UAN.V. 'i-n'l (pl.t Ae t. raerinteMient. '.- rllfd -!? illr A . . K. K. I' .,- ! i ;.:iiuii i' ijjiimr ttu and alter i. I. 4:l M aw 1: V. J:V aia No. 2. n.ih. ' No. 1. " I HK'l.l'I Til IN S. 7. Miotb. Ienej-a. Hrllu am ft. iv. nli, " am , ).. - .' M1 A. Al". J.Vi.i. Aent. T. ATVi'J-. . F. I'AXTWfXJ.. . l.cti. i'. a 1. A. L..ial riekut A t- cot's-rv AMI II V lUKHTOIir. ttji'XTV orr:f:Jw. J. H. ArrmM. Sheriff. M. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 October 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A. 1T4DE. Pibi:hrr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUBKKNT NEWS. ' ! WKaT AKD KOCTUWEST. Yellow fever reports of the 17th give the numlar of deaths at New Orleans at 24; Memphis, 7 in city and outside corpora tion; Holly Fprinca, 3; Grand Junction, 2; Pass Chrirtlan, 2; Yazoo City, 3; Baton Rouge, 8; Morgan City, ft; Bay St. Louis, 4; Thibodeaux, 3; Canton and vicinity,. 10 deaths in three days; CliattanooFa,2; Mobile, a total of 23 deaths to date. 'The flinease had extended to Bo livia, Mason, McKrnrle, Pari, Martin, I'nion City, Milan and Erin.Tcnn.; Bowling Green and Hickman, Ky.; Hernando, Me ridian, Bovlna and Bolivar,Mins.; Florence, Decatur and Athens, Ala; HopeSeld, Ark., and many other smaller towns. The death-rate from yellow fever had de creased o thy Ditth to J! at New Orleans, 4 Ht Memphis, and 4 at VicMjurg. Several cases were reported at Jackson, Tcnn. There Was a heavy frost throughout nearly the entire fever district on the nij:ht of the l!tth. Yellow feve...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 October 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. A. WADK, Publisher. - - TEXXESSEE. MILAN, THE HPELLISU-BEE A TAXGEI.S. AS KKItlRTED BT TKlTHfVL Jills Walti In, WKltE Jn. ye little kids, and gather round my knc And drop them books and flr.t pot hooks. and hear a yam Irotn in. .-. .. I kin not eling a fairy tale of Jinny's fierce and wild, .. . For I hold it is unchristian to deeelfe a sim ple child; -But ait from school yer drlftin ljy'l tb'owt ye'd like to hear. Of a "J-reHln1 -h." at Antrersthat we or- Kantzed lact year. - - - It w arn't made up of gentle kids of pretty kid like you. But gents ez hed their reg'lar growth, and some enoujrh for two. . There wot Lanky Jim of Sutter's Fork and Itilann of Latrranxe, i And "I'ixtol Hob," who wore that day a knile by way of change. You start, you little kids, you tbiuk these are not pretty names, But each ha a man behind it, and my name is 1 ratlilul J allies. Thar was Poker Iick from Whisky Flat and Smith of Mirxiter's llend. And llrown ol Calaveras w liich I want ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 October 1878

TIIE EXCIIAXG E j . fHURSDAY. OCTT. 24. 1878. FORr,ovEKon, ALBERT S. MARKS, OF FRANK LIN. FOR SENATE, WISE A. COOPER, OF GIBSON. Tba Memphis Avalanche of the 17th inst., says at lasi "mighty Milan" has caught the dreadful dis jca;. Now we will a-k the Avalanche r the "old man," what city was the first to quarantine against New Or leans? What city w-ut detectives to Milan and Humboldt to keep passen gers and freight from New Orleans, from go;nj to Memphis? Tit Ava fiinehe also stated that the city officers of Milan had insulted the nil road men several times and tried t) keep the doctors and surges from ping to Mar tin. Now this is aa inilmious false hood.' Mayor Rankin has riivttl a letter from Cn.pt. Mann thanking him for treating his iiuiii kindiy. It is true that the dreadful scourge has fastened its great tidons upon our little town and that we sent to Meinphu for a xloctor and muse. Hut thank God we never caught it from that poter of an Avalanche or "old man". That journal has ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 November 1878

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Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 November 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. IT. A.Vint:, rbi:hrr. - - T 5 NESS EE. MILAN, CUI IKE NT NEWS. WASIirWGTOJf. - A WVliinjrton dUpatch of the 22d ajr: The Cabinet ku in session to-day. The head of the everal departments presented estimate for the next fiscal year, which were reduced to the lowwt figure potiaMe, In view of the falling off In revenue. The aj-Tepate amount required will not vaiy materially from appropriations made for the present fiscal year, with the exception of the deficiency in the I'ott-oniue Department and increased erpenditurei in the Indian ofliee. J J. Winthrop Taylor has been appointed Siirjreon-General in the Navy, in place of Surgeon Greer, retired. l'rei-idont Hayen, accompanied by Secre tary Sherman, attended the Cumberland (Marlud)Fairontbcr54. : . ' Henry Budd, of Little Rock, Ark., hatt been aitointed aent for the Indiana of Hooper Valley Apenry, California. Attorney-General Devena has Instructed the Tinted Plates District Attorney at Charleston, S. C, to prosecute ...

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