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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 November 1878

THE MILANJXCHANGL W. A. WIDE. rsbUbc-r. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. C0M.VISSI9XED. " Io tli-ir errands ; enter Into the Bacrtflec with them ; lie a link yrmrnelf in the divine chain, and tncl the Joy and hl ol it." What can I do for the. ReioVed, Wlio tinrt so little while tiqo Trod the wuie ways Ido dtu.t with mine. And now up path I do not know Speed without touud or nigur What can I do? The perfect life All freali and fair and lieautiful Han oix-iied it wide arms to tlx-; Thy oui is over liriinuicd and full ; Nothing remains for mo. I used to do no many thing: Ixve thw? and chide thee nnd caress ; Rnish little Ntraws from off thv way, TamwriiiK with my poor tenderness The heat of thy kliort day. Not mnch, but very sweet to Rive; And it ! jrrief of jrrieN to bear That ail these ministries areo'er. And thou, no happy, love, elxew here, lOHt need me never more And I can do for tliee but thin: Working n blindly, knowing not f I may ifive thee pleasure w;) Out of my own dull, shadowed lot 1...

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. — 7 November 1878

THE EXCHANGE 1IIUIKPA.Y. .NQV'R 7, 1878" The Truiidcut Las jirockinie;! the iweutjr-cighth of this mouth a day of UmuLsgiviug and jjrayer. "' Our ilenipUL, contemporaries Jiave juade their appearance again in full size since the close tt ihe epiJcnic. We hope they may all have a pros perous business season and make up iu Borne measure for their great losae. Our paper has taken little part in j the recent political canvass for ouvi ! ous reasons not even giving the jiames of the nominees for gome of the offices. We hoje the gentl-mien all uuderstand that the fever and our sus pension last week account fr it. The Browfn?ville Bee made its ap jearance last week jor the fcrst time ince the epidemic struck that town. It was in mournfnjr for its heroic edi tor, Col. Westlmok, who laid down l his life for per-iJc, We t-hall ta 1- j ly miss him from our cirelj of editori al friends. May the Bee pruper, is our earnest wih. The following compose the "Dem ocratic Executive (onimittee". of this...

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. — 14 November 1878

THE EXCHANGE I -TIT ' A TV7 W. A. WADE, E4ltr mm Pahliaha. marat mo katkm. Ta dollars a yr; ga dollar for fit Bmatbr; tftraaatafartbreamaataa, ilTiumr ta a-fAara. BAILBOAD TIME TABLES. 1 klrm.l. A Kw Orlnn R. I. TrainHwa Milaa a follow, an and aftnr MaylXUCS: , rAisrsora raAisa. Jfi. 1. a-rt.laareaat.. No. a, J'o. J, ft-Dth, 1:.V) pa S:50 am llrWaa U:Kai riEIOBT TtAIXI. Jin. 5. a.rth. learec at., 5. ". " ' USpm o. . aooth. " I S am No.R. " 4:bib 1 ima about fifteaa minatm .lower tbaa town J- C. LOPKZ. AcenU . K. CH ANDLER. J.O.CLARKE.. Uea'l '. Araot, . Uea'l Maaatar. D. B. MOREY, J. Q. MANX, Oea'l Tirkrt Aot. ouperinteodent. .oatarlllc XwbTlIlt at JI. a. at. B. TritiilenT Milaa aa follow, oa and aftar Way 12.HGB: rAaaaxbKK TtAiK. ' No. l.Anlb,lavaa at . :9am 0- " ...11:fa No. 4. " " raitcRTTtAixa. No. 7. tooth, leara at ............ 12:40 am . " : 4:40 am No. 6. aorta, .. , iiiA am No. 10. ..: i-.IMpm A.W. LOVING. Acnt. C. P. ATMORK. 0. r. CANTWEI.L. Urn. P. k T. A. Lacal lick Af't...

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. — 14 November 1878

THEi M it AN C EXCHANGE! ! WIPE BBHSS.JBMjhml MILAN, Tennessee. Tresidciit ITayes ban unconditionally par aoncij the last fj ve of the convict d 8t. Loui Wilnty Ring. They are Mewm. Henrcich hoffen, BerrtfTf-erelVe, J aha I fit-meeker, A. M. V. T-t and Ileutr Hwdaway. AH otbera eirrMed for- tnf eVenat have either been pardoned or the terms of im prisonment to which they were Sentenced have expired. , A W ablution eim-isl says that at a recent Cabinet meeting it wan unanimously agreed that th riuent' met-fae fiball contain some recommendation for the enactment of hgldithin either to Increase'the welpht of the kUcford flrrr dollar, ot to diminioh iu coinage, or to adopt both of these mean of preventing further depreciation of ita vahifc fr-t - . -.rkf)-rr-''1 It i stated, unofficially, tliat after tbe tind, of January next, as an aid to the resumption of npecj payments. It is very likely, the! tirarury isrpartneni win ieia to panics Ucwlrifiaf the silver dollar in quantities of $l,0W3...

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. — 14 November 1878

TO CORRESPONDENTS. n (-"ininnntpatRiDR frtriiaerfihnrildb, InT. ln rtvln" "" and lat!. to Lavi ....hi jujurra junta ana auuntv . rTllE VILLAGE Q1PL. " Trmulatt from the Sired it k of Rvntbtrg .r,?H,T,',ltr,'",W5ird '"eir homwi tby wciided one by one.. t . - v . ThelVLJi1t,I'1" ,one' Ulclr barest reaped, a R.MKlly harvest ft ply, we" PIHrtnt-..! hBtii tif foe. all lHln or -llr-l newly; .-minor At diwn aii(ni.t tliH armcl band thcr had l-'one forth tn fight, ' And all bad . low-d in victory tlore the fall o! injrnt. C18Ch;r. 5f 'h""" " y longthe hart not wrlfe was replnjr, cottage l,y the wayside atnod, half desolate Jii tn-tnr, -.. . . , , ,1,t: "h0"1' iow ,U'I t a allent Rl I and niuaed , And watched the troop come slowly bv. in W-arv linn rinf.,..A . ' ' aryllno confused-- She looked like one who soneht a friend fcvnntMl i-li n . .. ' nA lie IHjrh burnd the color in lier chi-ek,Uo h for KllnjU't TTmrelv Bho eat bo oni.-t. l.oktd'o warm, ax, flushed w ith Hecret heitt, i . - It Deem...

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. — 14 November 1878

.1 THE EXCHANGE .THURSDAY. NOV'R 14, 1878 William Knight, who murdered Thos Wilkins in Madison county last November, was last week sentenced to death by the Law Court I is to hang December 21st. The editor of the Holly Spring - Eouth is now in favor of quarantine, and in future epidemics is for . "stopping even the rat holea." We ert inclined to thiuk he is right. We do not approve of the attacks made upon Mnj. Beckerdite, our Sen ator elect. JIaj. Beckerdite is a true man, a staunch Democrat, and will make m an able, honest and diligent Benetor. We thought Mr Becker lite' candidacy as an Independent Democrat ill-timed, but we make no war on him. He i& the choice of this district, and as such we deprecate the attacks now being made upon him. - 8 jch attacks do no good. Let us pull together. The Tennessee Congressional dele gation in the next Congress will be: First District Robert L. Taylor, Democrat. . Second District L. C. Houk, Re publican. Third District-Geo. G. Dibbrcll, Dp...

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. — 21 November 1878

THE EXCHANGE W. A. W ABK, Hltar m4 FaklkkM. RCBMWfTltl KATES. T a-e dollar year-, oee dollar far ill (avatar rly cent fur three BoBtaa, lITiiiiiif I - BAILBOAB TIM E TABLE. lltlniULMltA aewOrtaema K.B. Train tere Uilu a fall- M ui aft' May 12. r ia tbaix. . 1. aorta, leave at.. No. a, No. 2. aootn, " No. 4, " S4pm . s r .11:40 U:3bi rBBIOBT tutiv N. S. aorta leave at 4:31 pea No. T. " " 2:1 So. St fi. foath. ... ,. , ... , , . " " 4:S no Time a -oul a fire a annate. lower thaa Wwa time. J. C, LOl'KZ. Artt. F.CIIANDLEB. J.C. CLARKE. tien'l .. Artot, Uen'l Manager. !. B. MOTtEY, J. . MASS. Oeo'l Tirket A font. rfepenaleaeeat. I.ftlr B Villa A- lit. . B. U. Trainn le MUaa at follow oa aa after Mar 12.1578: rtwineu tbaim. No. 1, math. leave at. .. . 4:9) mm No. S. " " 11:! am No. 2, aorta, , 1:54 im o.4. " " l.X mm tBKHJBT TBltBS. No. fe. . rootk. leave. at-... ..:4Daat .. 4:4Uaa :(Baa - 6:00 mm vno. . eona. No. H A-W. LOV5U. Alent. C. P. ATMORK, 0. r.CANTWELL. ien. P. A T. A. Loral Tic...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 November 1878

THE mm 'EXCHANGE.1! WaPK A BBOOKS, miilUkrnu TEXXES5EE It Is annuMr-ml) lt nllmitf'if anT kind will be served t V tiitfAJ- dinners the,' coming season, with the exception of the: annual dinner to the diplomatic corp, and' then there will be no wine glasses before the President and Mrs. Hayes. It in reported, on apparently good au thority, that a rec'inciliatinn has been effect-' cd beJ.wcr.B tkf AjisaliiraAkJ aptljtain fU4,npwik, disafi'fx'Url . lbylv-ufi,4idf aui'ii.' l;um uikjr be iiipitf iotutl ex-Seuator Zaehi'lftan flier afitfeflitor-Onieron. The resident in paid to be somewhat chagrined over the ret-ult of bis Southern policy, as evidenced by the outcome of the recent elec tions, and will hereafter adopt a course wore in accordance with the peneral senti niriit of bis party. The Republicans in Con grr, tin tutvoibtrtmnd, will gt eJtrer ful tupyort.to th jLdiuinUlfkUoi. and, co operate with it in 'strengthening Jhe pary organization with. a vJjwYo future success. TaiUirtaV t,fr...

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. — 21 November 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE WADE ft BROflkS, rbKlifrr. MILAX, . . TENNESSEE .JKDUll.QTIOX.' Fair arc the flower enrt. the children, but tliHrmititlcntiitirttfiif.n it flr-r: Kaxe in the t-osv-liiirst ,1 dawn, but the (secret tllHt fliLttatt it irri.r- Sweet the exiiitanre .t wr(r. lmt the strain . . Liml pri-cea! It Is sweater; And never wan pof-m vet writ, lint the mean lnt; otttaiastcred the ruirter. Sever daisy that erowt.but ('ill the rrom-inir: imyoiiuy nui.1- Sever h river that flows, but a majesty scep ters the flowing; - Sever a Shakespeare that snnred.tr.it a strong erlliHn tie old enfi!l hiin : Not ever m prupliet foretell-., hut a mrstitior deer liMtli foretold linn. lla k of the cunras that lliroljs th painti In Inntv fl arel l i-lrtcii ; - . "wm' uii u mai nrcainc me somoi me M'ii'itr is hidden; Tnder t lie Joy tliut Is lelt lie the inliniteis-uus 01 i. ciinu; frowning the KltT revealed is tlie "lory that y fiowfis Uie rteal!:U)r. f V- 1 U rent a i the symbol nf b I n tth at w 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. — 21 November 1878

TILE EXCHANGE I fliUR-SDAY, NOV'H 21, lS7i. ; . i The Keiitucky papMi appr:iiaUl - ly call DrKUkburn "Luke, tlv g"o4 juiyticiiiii. In iL'u Cor.gres.-:c-r:J i.-t.rict' Ri n.oiuou receive, 79?? 'void hii.1 Black j-cctivtd hni-uun m:y.Tity 3434. Tho XhpIiviIIp America- is putting in .some good work iu favor of the TenDWJ (Vr-trnl. W hope pwn to gr-o' rtxtlt?. " Mr Frank Osborne, of iloble, ha lieen appointed Superintendent of the Southern IHvinion of tbo Southern Expre- Company, with headijuurters Ht Mobile. An attempt a made to assassinate the king of Italy in Naples last Mon day. The m-1 wa arretted. It i thought there is a couppiraiv, to kill ail the sovereigns of Europe. The Valedictory of the Ludon In dependent coutaiqa this sigpificant paragraph: : For the short period of eight weeks we have on our subscription book 300, as follows: 80 of them paid 50 rents each, 200 have not paid a darn ed cent, but they ara as good as the bank, and 20 exchanges that lave, upon an average, given...

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. — 28 November 1878

NEWS,' X Al Jli l!i V J 1 V Uiii AI: 4t ItKOOKft. r.litr iinl Irrirlrit. l ItM KIPTIOV R A TICK. Two .Inllnr it ar: arte dollar for t'w monthr: -fty eeata fur three aisoth-, Is-nanaLT fx . nn H GREAT V VOLUME Y. MILAN, TEXXESSEE, NOYErBER 28, 1878, NUMBER 38. Milan its o B r- . . r c Pi 5 Z i ! I ! i - 3 -- e -3 I c'Z "'Z c S - c ; : til " 1 It I It? Hi w :ii C .SI -as lata) Q 5H r: 11 iff!: 5 e S -in o H r o 00 CO - . ; A voi st tin HTS. M i l I i.i: tio.. 1 AVIE. Wc f tiinr-'l (a innjiiBcsJ' iSti. ie n a'cm.ilMiiti' lur Jlitynr at the nuillfr tflertinn. IIU'AI!rS. are BUtln,ri.J Kn .Mnytir at tbc r:iuinr rlic iua. AXAH K, c :irt HUtiioiize to an noun tie V. I.. H ire, Kn., n d raudijjtc lor .liur Ftrl.v Sandal. J' I'SK. IV K AliK AL'Tll'JJUKH AS- !' lion to (he olTi.'t- il ity .Main!. Klwtiiin tiUunUy. i.S.'cruibf r i4tli . CABINET MAKERS . AM) Funercl Undertakers "XIT")' havi ojk nel a f-'np nl f-'torp rnm on t I' rout K .where kcriioii lunula Mip- ly ol .'o 111 lift oj VI ioUt-v...

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. — 28 November 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. WIPE a B BOOKS, riMTklirnu MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUKREXT- NEWS. - - ; r WASHINGTON. Scretary Sherman, according to the Chi cago Tribvne't Wat-liint'ton correspondent, disclaim any responsibility for the action of the New York Clearing-house Association In revolving, after the 1st of January next, to receive silver dollar only as special de posits. This attempt to demonetize silver, In opposition to the existing law, it in said finds no favor at the Treasury Department, and toe New York bankers are considered to have acted somewhat hastily in making no allowance whatever for any action that may be taken by the President, the Secretary of the Treasury, or Congress. Secretary Sher man intimates very distinctly that he and the President will recommend .legislation either to limit the monthly silver-doilar coinage to an amount which would leave no danger of its depreciating, or that its weight be increased sufficiently to keep It at par value. Secretary Schurz, it Is repo...

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. — 28 November 1878

THE MILANJXCHANGE, WADE A BKOOES, PeblLbers. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. housework: Waxhlnjr. moppinit, baking, churning; Neat day IrontiiK inimt lie done. And tue busy housewile flnoVth Little rest till set of snn. TIk-ii the knitttiiK and tlie sewlnp; With the buttonhole to make; Oil, the patelilng and the darn In if. How they make our finger ache. But of all the varied duties That we busy tiutinewives find, I do think that washing dixliee In the moHi urnvokiiig kind. Why, the time they muit Im handled, o'er and o'er, day alter day. AlinoMt makes one wish the china W ere in bits tor children'! jlay. Now, don't tell me I am wicked 1 know tliat a m'ell as ycu ; Kut somehow when I am weary, liisliea make me leel no blue. And the only cure I've iound yet In a paper r a book, W lien my family are settled Ea'.'O tu bia own cozy nook. I know well that very many Have obtained the needed jrrace. With a patient, cheerful spirit. All life's petty Ilia to lace. Oh, that I were of that numlierl Then...

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. — 28 November 1878

THE EXCHANGE fllCnSDAY, XOVR 28, 1873- The American Public Health As sociation is to meet in Nashville acxt J'car- Postmaster General Key has our thanks for a copy of his annual report for the year ending June 30, 1878. Kev. Dr S. LinJrum, one of the yellow fever heroes of Memphis was last neek elected President of the Kate Baptiet Convention at Shelby ville. It was a welWeserved compli ment Dr Landrum is one of the no blest chri-tian gentleman in the eoun try. CapL James T. Bell, of Nashville, we learn, is a candidate for State Comptroller. We to not kuow of a man we would rther see in that po rtion. He is fully competent, and, ber-idfc, is one of the pleasantest, po litest gentlemen in the atate. We hope our Senator and Representatives will consider his claims favorably. The holders of Tennessee bonds have made a new proposition for a settlement of the tState debt. They now suggest that liie debt be funded into new four per cent, bonds, to run for fifty years instead of thirty, bu...

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 December 1878

Too busy to giye yoiv a new advertisement this week. Goods cheaper than over; 1- H mrtuu KtrrntM bates. . i . Two dollar rr; saa dollar for fix axonCc; ifly ent far tars months, ktakiklt li Xf, kc. have, also recaived tor 3 3 ha P. 3 MILAN TEXTESSEE, DECEMBER S, 1878. . C wc- & f&E ;EX?HAXtGE WADE M(NKI. Fal l tans mm PrtkOrt. Milan -"f i K 'Irs-? tj oil i 1 5- i. -W Wi 1 T-y.oss.- ,1 ' e 7 c "' y.e W B a . - 2 i 513 6 SI w M P5 r la e'5 b - ; 03 S C a O .Q -s !c SB v A CO 3 " w 3 -J a & 32 Slits- . 0 3 o cc 00 O H O U S 4, 3 o CC m r . C 0 M c"r-s 5i-f e 9 8 - fe"S -3 AS O I X t K.Tt K.T8. ITT CLKtTIOV. lor Mayer. TDWARTtS. W autWiiMl ta j2innr K. R. KdnH a candidaU lor .uayur at the curumir elec ion. "alfAREr We are authorize i to akinounea V IT L. War. Kkj.. as a caod,dnU for Mayor t the enFan( clwlit.' " ' T" CSK.-WKARE AfTllOIUZEDTO AN linounet J. L. l.uakaaa eand.dato for re Flwlion to the office ol City .Marnl. Eltctiva raturiay. Ueocmber i4t&- CABINET RAKERS ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 December 1878

THE- MilAMEXCHANGE Wiee MOW fiilhkm. R MILAX- 0 OQ - . 3EX5ESSEK. CURRENT NEWS. a t WASHINGTON. Tbe Prridet w r!PWijl V vil Trtptn Bird, Agp nt for tbe'fedlan at "Fort Peek Awncr, Montana,Tid appointed In nil place Elian n. WHili, of Illinoift. Wm. B Thompson, Superintendent of the Ninth DMninn of the Railway Mail Service, Oeveland, Ohio, will sitceod. VU a Cen tral Supcontecdeut of the Railway Mall Stnlw 1 "x - ' About 70 temporary clerk, the majority women, have lien dlMbarp d Iy the Tr- ury Department, the appropriation in The public debt ttaUmttit of , IVmnW 2 chow a decrease in the debt during tlie preceding month of $3,214,242, with the fol lowing balance in the TreaMiry: Coin 922ZSM, currency, $4-V2ti, beside $10,OtK),Oilu held for redemption of fractional currency; special depoKiu, $.37,080,000 total in Treamiry, $275.3I4,.VI. Coin bonds out standing, l,7H,7.Vl,7."iO; lepal t-nd m, UK, 743,071. Total debt, $2,27:i.7:!sft3. Debt, leu cah In Treasury, (2,027,4 14,325. WEST AND...

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 December 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE A C00fs l.l.lien. MILAN, . . TENNESSEE. CHESTS VTfi. Tvwn in the nrc-herd, a'l rrw'av The pp!M ripened .. dropped' way ; Tawny, ind ellow, ..d red they fell, t linn tbe air with, a Bi,iCy Meil. Zhr!t T'purple irrapcs on the nldcr low, ,UMMS !' ,,Kd tfl-ifl them long ago; .sna trie tnrrry children hud plundered well "edge, and thicket, and l.uzel dclL Bot the stnrdv chestnuts over tbe hill Yirnii1 their prtrklv cuk li still, And laughed in worii at tin- wind and rain, wiwlug their l.ur) v limb- in vain. Hut'- said the frost, vmir breath 'If you'll hold Till 1,111 and vatlev are still as death Will WhlhMTl hpcll that shall K-n wide Tiat; ca.k.-u (reea here the ti casurc hide." TVe rat o sank down, mid the wind w xtlll. And the world wan miai.in-d in the moon light chill , And a faint w hite. mist, like a Khost, tu seen Creeping over the valley tfreeu. vcrthe roofs of the sleeping town, fvorthe hillsides, barn and brown; J'icid and meadow ami wood were crossed ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 December 1878

Tms'EXCUANSE THURSDAY. DECK 5, -178. STATE ITEMS. James M. Brewer' residence was burned io Henry county on the 21st u)t ..-.. The next FCaion of the Tennessee Baptist Convention is to be held in Jackson, next October. . , - Tompiy Handle wa badly, if . not faUdly 'jDjured by a falling tree in Henry County a few dara r-inre. There are thirteen candidates for the position of State Superintendent of Public Insruction to be appointed by the Governor. - The citizens of Nashville have been holding meetings to devise ipeans to suppress gambling aai whisky selling. They propose to memorialize the Leg islature on the suhjoct.. r Henderson Herald: We are inform ed that on Wednesday next a compa ,hy .'of one hundred families, from Henderson county will take the train at this place for California. Of the thirteen letter carriers in Memphis all stood at their pots du ring yellow fever. Eleven were at tacked and two. died. Five eubEti tutea were appointed of whom two died. -, Paris Intelligencer:...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 December 1878

wEiirs THE EXCHANGE T MUara and lrrrl'- mrBM.aimpw patij. Twe dollar ajaar: cu dollar for fix noothr; ift; ocdU for tk.ree iconth. t7Ti!iiL i a- H a e z r u e - VOLUME V. MILASU TENNESSEE, DECEMBEB 12, 1578. NTJMBER 40. Exchange. e 6 c f- - C M w : e c . . ? ?! J6g 5, n - - , ? er . rs & S! a T-S! 2 5 r. 5 25 .c ...I 33 o . - - 3 - f 5;-r r J ; .-c .Si t. - CX3 t X Is s o 3D O H O AX.NOI 'KCEHEXTI. itt rt.i:-Tiosr. For Major. IDWAKDS. We nuthorwH n- .1 jnniiniT K. K. tdnnrds n candidate for yyor at the ensuing clva iota. 7" RK. W k:c auf boriT- tounoun? V. t L. H ire, Kwi., m caudidata lor Hafor at the naing olectiun. Ur c liT Manlial. IUSK.-W : AKK AUTH0RIZFJT0 AN jnounfj. 1. Lurkata oaudidtn for ra- rli. (i. .ii to tbeotDcrof City Marvbal. Clvctiun Saturday. 1,'ecciuoer i4th- MAKKIT RLI'OBTi. 4 Qrdinary Jiood OrdiDarr Jjot middliDK ..,.. Middling; ...........,.. '.ttufd middling Middliac tail' Urorrry aaa) Praam' KrUt Hacon, per B- idoa ; - JIm - ., ,.J.....1. houldiTs Sntar. ...

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 December 1878

THE MLAN EXCHANGE WAIE A BBOOKS rablUkm. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUIIKENT NEWS. WARHTJfGTOTC. Tbe Ontral Executive Committee of the National rarty recently mst at the National Capital and issued an address in the Inter est .f tbe party, which Its leaden profess to bl(cv."iU aiaet iUouidiUale r l"- iaeni inj,rvv vi-.b tmii rt'fc-s Jn CaovreM and neat1, aAU&Ul(UUbiEM.rkc daitn to have 18 member elect of the next ConjrreP,who will act independent of the old parties, and, by maintaining the balance of power, be able to dictate tlie choice of Speak er and the Chairmanships of tbe important committee. Tbe President ban suspended from office, pending trial, Supervising Architect Hill, wbo was indicted by tbe United State Grand Jury in Cbicar o for complicity in the alleged fraudH in the waMniultm vt tbe Custom-bouse in that city. Jcbn Fra aier has been appointed temporarily to dis charge the duties of the office vacated. Tbe Senate nub-committee appointed latt session to visit the Indian Ter...

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