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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 December 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE BBOflKS, PablUlipn. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE DAHLIAS. Thai Snmroer reljrn ot flawm tit past, Yt oartn beauty to the last ( Autumn's rhortciilne (Jy; The pnny lrKp, the r)M! U irone. Hut un the Iwh'I.t- til the lawn The atHtely dauiiu blaze. With what a varied wealth of bloom The falreiet flower of Autumn come Tli-tr velvet netni h..M Iwp (.hades ol ooniTtU".!. flowers that blow. a iic iw rriiiitum, HIV. snow. The sunflowers royal gold. They low a If a Summer sun htmiie throuxh tlie heart of every one, As If a hummer href re, Wer hlnwlnu over all the land. Vet Autumn' breath, and Autumn's band, jukkc uon: m waving trees. Ther ilad the frexh Ootoler morn. As If with heir bright lives were born A tH'eonrt Summer-time; A it all l-eauty of the yea' Were iraiheil up anil Invixlied here, bo perfect Is their prime I They come to tia at Summer's close, In beauty stately an the rone When full of richest bloom; They Hnve with all the rose's (rraee, lint In tlieir silendor ...

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 December 1878

TIIE EXCHANGE IIIURSDAY. DECK 12. 1878. The American has information from Washington to th effect that the Supreme court of the United States )xm reversed the decision of our Su preme court at. Jackson, in 1875, in the case of Keith against Clark, col lector, thereby settling the liability of the Slate to receire the new iue of the bank of Tennessee for taxes. It is more than probable that the hold er of the new jsaue will now abandon the asset of the Bank of Tennessee to the depositors. A- correspondent of the Jaahville American asks the meaning of the word philistiniam. The editor replies that "the proprietor at the latest slang dictionary must answer," whereupon 'Dr White, of the Lebanon Herald, promptly comes to the front with a definition. He says "it is U3ed to ex press the indifference Jo and attempt for religion and religious people affect ed by certain semi-cultured and pen-do-cientific circles." Bob, send us a copy cf your dictionary. STATE ITEMS." Mr II. P. Dunlap has aec...

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 December 1878

hi iir nji ii' ryiKaBBjaaygn ft. .CITE EXCHANGE! WEIL'S Ixlltovr atnd 'roprirfor. "J" ttl RNCICIPTIO.V UATIA. Two 41Tjm 4 roar; oiiedillr-fT months: tfty ecnl fur tLrs ii'M'.ir. is v mti iilt is id- TM jWJBMtJIIIMlll'WMMII! UIPLJiJi, ggH I Mil ,1 IlJ . EE e ? B i . ecr 5 c a - o o it e- 53 ej.i ft - e si 5; j t b a r ' . . j - r 5 ? . . -t.i - r i .r ' - e ; C ItillU e i- c ?i o Q Q MM V5 liiiiij lllilli c a H i? ? - z ? c O H H H - n ; o CO t. e I . ; 5X ' 2 5 5 S Si " 5 O "1- V. X , 2 I- O, - r rditinrjr (nod Orriinnrv .. Low miiHlin.....;....:..:;;..;:.i (Miil JIiiik .....'.....;.... (4mm1 fnid'lltni; iliilillinc i air . (Jrtffry ! rradRf Market r.nron, per eide..;..;;:.... 0 8 rtn ; , ;i- S!iillorii ;. Surar, A ro(fc...v : brown.: ''ofTT, piMid Iiio.... l.H riotir Mrnl. per bushel ,I(utUT ;... riiirlieim, er doico . ... J'srir HUt . 30 y S Ml 1 o0 SAI.1, CIIAXGE. anta Clans. Hang up j'oiir stockings. little folks, next Wednesday is Christmas. . r . The Workingmen will elect offi...

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 December 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE BEMK fabilthm. MILAN", TENNESSEE. CUHRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. Secretary Sherman hM appointed Win. Stretcher hi.f of Voe Loan Division of Ibe Treasury lh Plnment. C. E. Coon, of Ihe L un I ivi'.on, succeeds Stretcher as Astdst an' t'hef. Tot' Jtflowrnjt have been nominated Post mter. d th- President: Georf e R. Block er, National Military ITo nw, Ohio.; Mil ton B. Ii.bone, AMiland, O. ; Ueorpe 4. Lin;dale, Oreencadl-; Win. A. Noble, Monroe, Mich.; .John Patrons, Blwk Kver F.1U, Wis.; Ben). Wright, Charles City, Iowa; Chsunce) O. Hw ley, Girmrd, Kan. The conflicting testimony of the officers of the Army in favor of the transfer of the In dian Bureau ban materially cbanp-ed the opinion of several mcmVrs of the commit tee on thai subject, and it Is Intimated that the report which tliey bad pr pared for tranmi-ion to C'oncrem, which favored the .trmii-ft-r, will be (rreatly modified. The House Committee on Appropriations on the Hth agreed to recommend the ap propri...

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 December 1878

THE MILANJXCHANGE. WIDE A BROOKS, riMkhrn. MILAN, . - TENNESSEE. A CHRISTMAS DUE AM. Ttn Chrletinaseve, snow drifting: dwp, Hut ml tin: lomee warui and Lrijjlii; And Kian:id;uuitiiM lay Inst aeltrp, 1 11 il'l el k hud 'law nll Miikiiik a )fl 't K-nih-r tmem Ovw llie valui a. id piacu tare, Where smiles weie flitting to an1 fro, W Here auil ii;n liiiiils an J Mia li-s laL Clilclrvii. Mp lltfi.uy and e-b .w. And wiltiy ri-ai tin- Hit-cy shawl: Her dre.a:uinx miiI wj hup l..tli keep tsoroe fairvrl iinetruas In it mw-p " Them quickly o'er the houf hold t.ten.: 1 lie hush .i thon-iitf ji, loving calm, v I'MI tiinnit!ii w ni iuk mleiir pesls, I-iko lulnlmit, tiluinpliiiiit psalm, t, i.tle ri"KH'K, auiicing India ttiHt nay, lu-umrrow, tiiuuds, is CUri-tuia Day." The sleeper woke, and lay serene V iwi clapped liandi upon her breast. Inar .k1," lie sail, . nwe.l a dream! Cornel it come true, I tnm biet, ' li"it ! mien Christina f-ast to keep. All, Mary, I liuve les-n atiles p. Anl dreHTiiiiu...

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 December 1878

i I THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DECK 19, 1878. Gold was at par in lNew York, Tues day, for the finst time in .veveuteen years. We are glad to larn from late Ji.- patches thai Gor. Ilfuiipton'a condi. tioa is much improved, and that Le has passed the crisis. Tbe 'asli?ille Weekly American haa bcea enlarged to twelvo page, containing in all seventy-two columns. It is one of tbe best weeklies in the country, and has a good circulation here. The Senate yellow fever committee has appointed Messrs Harris, Mat thew and Conovcr a sutr-committec to visit Memphis durin j the holiday recess, and Mescrs Eui-tic, Lamar and Paddock to visit New Orleans ut the eame time. Our old friend, John E. IIelm, E?q., editor of the Morritowu Ga nette, is a candi .late for re-ekcUon to the office of Principal Clerk of the rotate Senate. A better man frr the position will bo hard to find. We would be pleesed to tee him elected. The bars of Lebanon, Murfreesboro, Woodbury, Ilartsville and Carthage recommend Prof. S....

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. — 26 December 1878

JICTa THE EXCHANGE WEIL'S I.dltar and lwr ir. LA. H Nl'RM'RIPTIWX EtTlX Two dollar a yir: n4..llrforfix wonth.'; iffy ttntr fur I kmc month. iVTitnaLT in o- .ncr. T to e s , cJf:tCi. ? t. r - . VOLUME Y. MITjAN, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 2G, 1878. NTJMTBER 42. Vtl T Exo N Si 51 ADVERTIS1MJT c 4 u r r S'?sSE2.e a: e E e I'i - c C ; a c i .- c k ; - cjS c.i v. ? V - - . o -t -a. t i.s m - ' r - . -. u " eta c t a Iy - 5 c ft m Z e C 2 1 a Fir. Em! o 2.S-.S2 - B -cri ses c 1 H CSS - -o - e i- " c c t c - if C 7 k C i. e t 5 z L5 O o EH o J K C O - " C i a e-eJS i e ?!:- e O C 'A m . a e . ; J e i 5 CJe MARK f-T KEI'VltTK. 4 (n. OrHinsry inn,i OnlillrV . tH l.nw tiii't liinir -. Mi.i.llmz TS 4;(fMj miil'llinrf & .MidJlittc 1- jtir tS rrfrj nm rraaarf Mirkfl Hnoun. pt-r B- cidcs. ........ 8 II mi . liS houl-irrf 6 .r-MKiM'1 A roffre If " brown 10 CoflW, cimi i hio.... 20 Lrd 9 i ;..ur I V Stral. prr bushel fi) IllltKT ...... , 1!'-, ('hii-Kras. piT tlnion... ... i 50 lrr ..... lo.i lVlin.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. — 26 December 1878

THE M I LANE X U H AN G E. WIPE A BROOKS raMMicr. MILAN, - TENNESSEE. CURRENT. NEWS. WASHlJfGTOX. Tbe Joint committee on the orpanization of the Army hai made It report, accom panied by a bill to effect tbe desired chanced, to each House of On pre. The report if unanimous, there baring been an earnest desire on the Vrt of every member of the comm,ttee to arrive at a satisfactory and comprebenhive measure. The scheme contemplates a considerable reduction in tbe umber of officers, but the strength of the enlisted men ii fixed at 25,000, with provision for a material increase If it should prove at any time necessary. ' The bill introduced by Senator Grover to regulate employment of labor on public works of the United State, prohibits em ployment of any person who is not a citizen of the United Slates, or w bo dm not declar ed bis intention to become a cltizen.undcr penalty of forfeiture by Government officer or contractor of all moneys paid, or con tracted to be paid, for labor of any ...

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. — 26 December 1878

THE MILANJXCHANGE, WittE BBOOEK, rUUkrrs. MILAX, - - TENNESSEE. AFTER CHRISTMAS. I have lately beard a neort; Heard it, too. Iron tmthtul lips, ftanta Claim, the fly old fallow. Make liU aiter-Cnriittuias trips. Ir been told he ha discovered Many thinira that pause him pain; Dlxootitent and hateluLenvj- TnougtiUul love bestowed in vain. He ha aeen hi choir-put prewnfa Torn, and broken, and ielaoetl ; Santa C'iaua, Ihnuith rich and lavish, Krowne on wicked, wliiul waste. All onwea he watched some children In their pleawant home, at play With the viry us he frave tlicut On the merry Christmas day. Johnny's home waa kicked and battered. -Int. L.iiu I. ...... l.l.. ....I. .V. I Thought bis papa might have bought him 1 wo live uoracs anil a sieijn : Katie wished her doll was larger , Wtnhed its eyes were black, not blue; Finally irrew vexed and threw H Broke its lovely bead in two. Santa Claus looked grave and troubled; thook his head and went away ; "I'll remember this," be muttered, "O...

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. — 26 December 1878

THE EXCIIAXGE THURSDAY. DECK 26, 1878. Major J. C. Jfaccabe lias liwn eleetJd fluterial representative to the legislature from the cauutics of Shelby and Fayette. Congressmen Riddle and Thoruliurg, ' of this State, have been very ill. We fear that Mr Riddle's health Is per manently impaired, as h? entered on the present session in a feeble condi lion. ' The temperance men of Eransville, Ind., cornreIIed the cnforremeiit of the Sunday law Against the liquor fellers. The game law applies to near ly all business, and the liquor tellers Lave retaliated by closing the drug stores, barber shop, and cigar stands on Sundays, and by prosecuting the publishers of a Sunday pttjt-r. We understand that two or three of the old city officers are somewhat disgruntled at the Exchange ou ac count of a communication which ap peared in its columns last weeV, in vl'ich the writer criticized the officers JUT tUIUnillg EJ llib.u atao 'n v flection day. Yi really thought that all of our readers were well e...

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. — 2 January 1879

r i'. WW WEIL'S THE EXCHANGE! WAF. BIMKR, HJXGHANGE KIPTIOX BiTU. Two Jollar a yrar; Miir forrli aim tar; Oftr ntb f'jr Uirw aoatat. iSTafcUair ia - I; VOLUME v. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JANUARYS, 1879; NTOIBER 43. Milan Tot l- JL Si t in J - i S?-ffei ADMTISEM1T I v. s 1 - ' ' e 1 3c"E?-,5'" 1 iril c3 : l" a e - EH MARKET RtfORTN. Vdtnry iM4 Ordinary SS I,or middling ... ..- Middlinc TS 5id middling .Middlinc fair. irorerjr nnd lrlae Kiarkvf Bron. per ft- fide... . 8 tuoiildora 4 hurar, A coffee - US " Irrwn 10 ffm, cHd Kio 'Jfl l..rd Huur .Meal, per barbel Untler 1!S hi Leoo, per doie...... IS) Krr. IS WTieat ICO f MALL CIIAXGE. Cotton scarce. Rain and mud plentiful. Tni is 1879. Don't write 1878. Send the Exchange oue year to some friend. The mercury was down to 2 above tcro last Saturday. Several Christmas f ghts occurred in Picketville, but with uo serious dam age that we hear of. A large number of our colored peo ple went from here to Memphis on an excursion Iat Friday. (Quarterly Co...

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. — 2 January 1879

"" Jr iV'n if THE f.1lLAfl- EXCHANGE H'1IK A ItROHEs raMUhrn. MILAN", TKXXESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. Additional namog piiFgested to the Prrsi drnt in connection T. ith the vacant Berlin Mission are ex-Stnator John B. Henderson, of Mwwrt, es-(vMor itiMvr4vJtimM? rnXx, Hi i tSffceiator FrelBanygetii.iIJtew on aoeniint or funds not licing provided to pay the expense of the Blaine Inveidi tratins Committee, no action will betaken by the Committee until after the holiday re WSS. CapL Wet more, formerly of the Navy, has commenced cult in the Washington courts ar-iinst Admiral Porter, for the alienation of the aflection tit compluiaiit' wife. A number of affectionate letters from the Ad miral to the lady have been made public and the iuit promises to develop a scandal of the first water. Admiral Hcff, U. S. X., died in Washing ton on the 2."ith, aired K. I Pierce, of Huston, has been appointed Assistant Treasurer of the I cited States. WFST, ASri) bOfTIlWKST.' T " r.te" Jfqkitu; an 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. — 2 January 1879

-a MILAN' "EXCHANGE. Win t; j vim. r.wL.-... -. J. M1LA.V, it: VILLAVi gTvTtTT! , : - ' -i ? Itayard Tajtorr1ar l'oB. The oM llepcynian Forest sent Hm went Ik f on 41m t'lai:f . .. .CT vVHlilwiukrl'sorrrtar't. wrwlietfuiifl Vr?it In s hnl ol wind and ruin, "'ithln lor n-Ht. upon the roof, Kor K'-!MMl!'JM-t-L4WW Jrrt, " atkwh.fccj' stork ultlilw vouns; nui iy, W ("ii tli Iirui t tle hurricane toi-e uy Tim storm pss-ed try. the happy trees Ki4cii the -mat rvi AflT.' t3ntlil new ti.i 0 li;4 ( -iv omr' The stork, upon On- iiUi. to; low, s ent dly pacinif to mid fm, 1 - M'lth dnppiii (iIuiuuatHnd ii'-iui deirv.uud. For the llK.uvl.t siil.i itcaitc:il&--t. ana toe ma, iimciw?-tmT Behold her now !" Kroir 4it tliuJhKl tlm?liTA.stlf (anV irei1 IW yon I t1i-niiknairu wa;? .J , U ijtoul(l t4tif.5Mr( liMuciau tali i ? Miirtit in ,v us," (.liirrnp'4 Uiu niif litinglc. " MmKv m! can onjv miiW areHU" lVlii-tl-d the i.ullfttifti, -ttti flrtf bi'titf, ' HitUintlif: wifft ol liU prison. ; - ' i ;...

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. — 2 January 1879

m - V THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JANUARY 2, 1831. Ilt-unjplion of specie payments W gua vetterdaj, but we have not yet -fern nr of the yellow hhincra. Judge Henry G. Smith dropped load fit hi resiileaoe ia Memphis Tuesday night He wm occe Judge of the Supreme Court of tbis state, and was out of Ue bes t citizens ef the rtate. . The Congressional vcllow fcver j comniiKEion ciwea us woom m irui phis Lift Saturday and adjourned. H.minittees of experts were appoint- d U instigate the subject at different j Mation, was not ana juiiea ty a ne gate where the ."verbal Wn erN 1 gro named Nath Fine. I Memphis had a cf4J6iderabJe fire 'lemic. j, . i . c Inst Sunday morning. The block of SaveaW."ubingou dispatch: "About ' buildings on the southeast corner of ewe hundred and forty railway-post- Fourth and Poplar streets, with Iheir office rlcrks, nute agents and local contents, were destroyed, A. & J. He ?i"ents will be discharged, and the pay j iliger's bakery being among the nuns v lh! w-niaii...

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. — 9 January 1879

" - " - - mm - - L AM Milan, Tennessee jAxtTARir o, i87a NUMBER 44. ':.) 1 .'THE EXCHANGE H-AIE A BROOKK, Edr and Prprlnm, Kt ltNTRIPTlOX BATKft. Two dollars a yr: oriedularforsil m'6nthr; fcfty cents for three months, naiuiti w AD. -. r r E " s 511 mii!f fc v - - -C. - u MS 51 M . O 0 ?' S r-'SOs c c 9 fcit!"- t i , e! - c P .5: i: "Sac r 5 Zh . s o s-a--- s I . .? e z- - I 0 0 .5 I f a Bill If s 3 i I fed 3 : i 13 CD o S - c8 S (3 S c o 5 2' t rC f-c : It if J a je o H H O mm m I I L . '. tu mm C 2 . t s-.i Si3! wl!J! CotxTT AHD C1TT DIRCtTURT. CDUstt OFFtCfifeS; J. B. Arnold. FBerifr. " U. C. Holtau. Cotthtir Court Cte?t. R. E. Roinn, Cbanocry Clerk; TreotoB T. J; William. Chancery Clerk. Humboldt. Wa. Moors. Cironit Clerk. Trenton. M- II. Johnion. Law Court Clerk. Uuaibolt. J5- 0. Carletoo, Coroner. I. C. Lotit, Trustee. , Jam A- Cox. Coiioty Sur7or. t A.a.Crre.Silpr!nUndoBtrib!UBohooIi. V. R. Cox. Rciter. ClTT 0FFICER8. V. L. Ware. Mayor. Jno. D. Lnfk. City Marfbal. R F- Haun. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 January 1879

TENNESSEE A mkeChast in A'leghany City named P.us?ell, is preachirg the doctrine that tbe world will ccme to an end in 1914, tbe "forty years ot trouble' to pre cede Ibat event baying commenced in 1874. Russell has made about one bun sired and fi ty converts, some ot whom are extravagant in their religious be havor, and a great deal of excitement lias been caused in that region. Thb proprietor and employes ot a large cigar factory in New York bare just agreed upon a substitute for strikes and lockouts, and the plan is so simple that it is scarcely strange that no one on this side of the ocean has thought of it before. It is merely to refer future dif ferences between employers and em ployed to a board of arbitration, tbe members of which are to be selected by the two parties. . Boast monkey is what the emigrants from South Carolina to Liberia have for their dinner on Sunday ; "but," says one of them in a letter, "it's mighty dry eating, and needs lard, but that, you can't get for lo...

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. — 9 January 1879

TDK ftECOJDftrXMKR. - tatf-a litM on the hills, Itk broal oak-bjUht an 4reat ftorw, faint. Iai-:abchu,g fragrance tlla The air 'Math boundless sklea of bin Ail mainrr wear a wanner (low Than Hit or June can aT (how. Tfcoaja fielda of ambar-raiiu wheat And el tutored bop-rioea am lie no more. We armreely mim, in dara so sweet. The gifta that beautiful summer bore, 2or tnrj. la than banquU boura, The poet, ita annahine, or ita flower. The forest path, the abeliered Una, Are silent with a calm profound, 6a re tor the robin'a eke-ry train, and eeorna patt'riog to the croud, A nd . In the distance, clear aid low, The waters erer icu'aa'rng flu. The garden! cannot quite forget Their wealth of color and perfume. And orchard bou, be are bending yet. With fruit whe.e late vae rosy bloom ; And still from leavee in 1 move deep wtet autumn rioleta eljly peep. Ota, can it be theae pieeaant daya are yet eonear the wintry end. When trees ahall bow with aad anw as. When winda ahall beat and eUvms d...

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. — 9 January 1879

THEEidlAXGE THTTRniV,iiVTTiPV q 171 "tt1 ""!. i. i i : .T i'" ... The Herald tot v. eck published a ( lenrthy statement, showing the bum-. . -. f T . i4 .. .1,.. nuat VAO, Tf ,. , ? . .i u- ; claims that the business outlook is : , . ,,, . : hopeful for that town. e conjrratu- , ,. , late all concerned. ? - , From th.Trcator Herald- , SVhs Aannie Jackson and 'a ; Stone, of Milan4 spent the holidays in our citr, The visit of the accomplished i Mamie Lopez, of Milan, was greatly enjoyed by all who had the pleasure of meeting her. Spl. Hill One day last week had the misfortune to have one of his snkles praiacd i:i!e out hunting He is now npVnd attending to business. Esq l5ri "s has been re elected chair man of the Lounty court lor tneer.su- i 1 . 1 I t isg year. lie i-ispa.ici.es i.uiin . itb facility, and is a tne presming officer. At themeeting of the quarterly countv court on Monday, J. M. Coul ter, Esq., was elected Superintendent of Tublic Instruction. The election is a good one. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 January 1879

THE EXCHANGE : j THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1879. ' tOLOMZ 1TIOX IXTE.S"ESSEE A 1 3Ias.Ycliusctli Gentleman Proposes to Purchase 50,000 Acre of ia'Sfd ifis rian for Locating a Colony. Co. J. B. Kilk-brew, Coramifsioner of the Bureau of Agriculture, .Statist tics and Mines, lias received ix letter iroru Charles Stearns, No. 7 Bove street, Highlands, Boston, Mass., from' which we extract the following: A few evenings ago', I held a puhs lie meeting in Lowell, Mass.," on the ta'ject of emigration, at the elope of which a s ?ciety was formed aud an in vitation given to tho--e who wished to join a ciionv to locate in Tennessee or North Carolina, and one hundred per sons came forward and signed their names to a paper to that effect. If I had the means to jro to every large town in New England, and hold a ineeting, I have no doubt thai a col :'iy of one thousand men, mostly with families', could be orgnniied, ready to elart by the first of February, win" h would be in reason to put in a crop, as...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 January 1879

orihERX EWS ITB3LS. A. ArkinrM murderer shot a " juv. w tee him kick." M-mphi in 51 years old. And haa a bou l 1bt of 13,000,000, At Jiit claim to bare added 6,000 to her ,- nlatic D during the past year. Turtles are selling at only six oenla a pouiirf in Cedar Key. MuLleU two cents a pound ( The Governor of Virginia pardoned two cunvicu for eallsn'ry ia 6ghting the re eent bre ia the peaitt-ntiary. If Texas had ai many people to the qiir mile m MassichuaetU, she would have population of 72,O00X)0. Tfc- foundation of the car-shops of the Louisrille, Nashville and Great bouthern raih-l haa been laid at Birmingham. The Alabama Legislature ia composed of 77 plasters, 44 lawyers. 4 merchants, fou pby-.ieia.ns, t miller and 1 insurance agent. Tae Lt srislatures of Tennessee, Arkan a-. Honda. Louisiana. North Carotin TeiAii and West Viroiuia meet during th fin-: to weeks in January. Tii.i 1 .500 Gwrgia con vicU are divided mt-j .'curteen camta. Un.ler :ne iwvmy year (ease whink ' begins t...

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