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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 March 1874

TOO LATE. The wind 1 Tartar, the night U chill, IHrmrilT drip Ux rain i Yet all alon ij U wuuiow-aUl. Mt fac on Uie frown )n. . . I rtrram of th davi Uuti w'"1.0 BI,0 lv Uiai are now ao (kwtt""1 Mt And wis for ihem b" r,m- 'Twm under th " 1 w n,m LMoTmyfo' hf ahould get a sight, I ,m kaniMed ainot I O love, ai? love I U l could are vou now, I nonld fwl ao filrswd that the blessed abors such blie could hardly know, .And the ftn hich my folly flunr away W uu'd br held to a happv heart to-day : Ah Ood that it were so' I W hnMi were errinf, we both were Wrong, Itnt the rreaUT error mine; For I knew, though biiu-r and harsh your tonrue, That you loved me all the time; And you thought ate beartli-aa, yon thought me "bit. Tboub all the while I waa nothing but any, Ana fngbtrned. to wn me thine. Ah ! many a year haa ajied since then (ll-arkm the aiorm-cull's cry !) Y l mill I nit by the window-pane. And waich for your coming by. And watch and weep and wait in rain, Only toaee yon smile apai...

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 March 1874

1 MUAMLJijMa U.T.yV..,t Li ok I f i MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WADF, Editor and PnblUhpi. KIDMKIPTIO R.TIt. Two dollar. jt; one dollar fur .it Dt.; fifty cent for throe montli., isvaeiab.lt is ao takci. RAILROAD TIME-TABLE. Iult illr and Nf-infhi Hall road. SOITH. arkum. rrrxETS. lny KxpTfM. lt:"iA. . I:Ma. a. Mlt L.rw. 11:5 r. a. liisSi r. a. TBAE.S SOUTH. Tly Kxiraw. ft;4S A. a. 9:31 a. . Iilit LilTe.-. . r. a., :-r r. a. A. W. L0 IMJ, Afent. MlMtUal.il c-ntral Railroad. KOBTIL lmyEx.rc-, Sew.. :T-.I. it txj.rofcH. 6:'A"I-. a. 6:i r. a. SOUTH- DitEmw, !:iTA.ii. 9:4", a.m. 2iiihti:.TO, 1M:(.P M. llrW.r. M. P. II. IIAffk, A rent. Train, . cither rmJ. if uwc.air, wait half an boar fur tram, on tbe other. THURSDAY, MARCH 5, 1874. IXTIlODUCTOJiV. It is a custt.ni which we do not alto- j . . i it. ther approve to write a long nnd la- j lwred article on the commencement of a ncwsioixr cnterprisp, in which the ' from P,olivar, in this State, a few days j representation of ten counties, together...

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 March 1874

'T . MILAN EXCHANGE. CoUllly Directory. MZl.tS. "A. J..iU.";.!.y.H-:.J K-J'r- J l y-li..r iH i'in M4ihi!. .." 't ii M. I., r.nir.1. il-n V-i'.iii ..... t2 V l..itl.in. V. . J. ;i J. u. K. Uu- m.. Al'-irmen. J. J. V iV-tni.-f-r. cuno'tin. f:,l !r-'Tiiin'i ore-!.J. H. Vrw. lVtor. '-,flc-'iiii? orry Sioolny 1.111 iiirs nn'l ii'firic. J-r.tjvr i;k:ihk 'i'loll -il.i- rifniiiS. miU:i--, h.H.l . hi. M.tlo .1; -t Ni'M'.i Mam li."t. 11. I JYi-1.1. i. I. .i.-;..r. ralii;i. ' S'nn.lny i.i"ri.:..p :i::d .-..ii'i.-.f. rrivi-r la.-.titijr THrzAaj cicim.". ni li-iy-- "t '1 !' :i. ia. I'M N-H.1..I I'-v-Liti-riaii Mr. J. K. V.ri.'.t. V.i-l ir. iH-r !.!!' ! : "" ''' ui"nlfc. I. I). . r. .Viii-n I.--!-. 1V.-J. T. A.lirr..n, ;. II. i . It.. no, .;.-i-!.'i.. i;'. M ASoNJC. M.lnn I.-!;-.-. .. 1'1-M.i '- W.-.lo.-.l-.v l'n. in. : 'Vr ih-'ii 1i-!l iruu, V.'. M. S.-nOr. .Mn-li-r. it. i.ev. i-r. -r--ary. l..iiilii:lC.l.!.T N..V-V.i-t-l''l.iyi.VIt on ... 1h f..r. i. H lull iii.hih. M. I. I.. Jonluii. I!. 1. V....

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 March 1874

a&L 1 GEMRAL BRETITIES. Fhiox able belles In New York wear a bud on their lvfl shoulder. Nobody uiircs 10 itnocic it on. Thk Brooklyn Argus says there I a woman in that city who refuses to listen to idle Ules. Mic is deaf. Two thousand dollars is a prcttv high price to pay for a Pinjrlc rooster. That is what Mr. Davis, of l'urUaud, has just piv- en to ira Jiatcheider Tor a black Mmni.sn cock, con sidered the best game bird In the couutry. Some animal frops, for instance may Te frozen still', and mil retain vitality. Jn tliat condition respirution wenis to lie sus-l-nd(H. and the animal may be placed with impunity in irrespirable gases. Whkx a colored man sits down on the civil-rights bill and seat at "Ue fust ta ble" on the I.ake Michigan steamers, they have a neat way of heading off his enjoy ment. The waiter comes around and takes his order, and his plate, knife and fork with it, and don't come back again. A Thompson, Conn., clock company has shiplM-d a curious clock to San Fr...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 March 1874

POETRY. THE VS ATTAINABLE. It chanced tht m I " 0D m1 WT' One mia" a das', With ,k, ehii "'' nnt0 fnci quaint, i 't""lK"y whit tim he flu n-rtmint; Uke "'j ; iU brink A ooaiMiplBlive tw had paoard to think. He tooI rflectiv, ruirii: (ar away, Ai whoftbould 1st: 7iU ulumbinns uaim-r noon i nowis fit for iiidit of toil iu bntrhUM to amnil: But in Uk lap of dreamy thoughts to ait And gather ao Such pcaoe of mind as lazy know. Quite loat in contemplation deep wu he, One ear did noinrwhat drop, aa with the weight Of portly fly, which jrravely hung thereby, In niniinir rvpinlnn and conu ntmi-nt great; Nor dc-rmed that be Wan otherwhere tunn mt a fly should be. O aa," I aaid, "what )ierTect rest is thine, W hut peaoe tK-mjrnl Ioat thou not know audi 1,-isurr cannot last? Hi-I tli'iu no tear ot blows still .hit- thee here, Aa debits n the paw by fate forecast'.'" HeoflVreil no rei.lv, But with his hind-tuot calnily brushed that fly. "Oass," I aaid, "the pleasant hours are few Thy journey th...

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 March 1874

.r-.'-- MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WADE, lxliior and rblihrr. M RMKIPTIOV R.4TF.S. Two dollar m year; onp dollar for ix monthf ; tfty cent for three months, isvibiablt is d- TAXOC. THURSDAY, MAIiCII 12, 1874. DEATH OF FILLMORE. Ex-Frei(lcnt Millard Fillmore died in Buffalo, X. Y., last Monday morn ing, of paralysiij. This is a fcliock to the lnle countrv, for there were few Ix'tter. purer men than he. He was thirteenth President of the United j States. He was lorn in Cayuga coun ty, New York, January 7, 1SO0; com menced" the study of the law in 1819, nnipracticed the profession with suc- eess until 1837,-when he was elected ! Comptroller of the State. He went i to Congress in 1832, and was a member j ."1 4 0lt T O I L 1 - .V.4.,.l Vice President, with Gen. Taylor as President The death of Geu. Taylor made Mr. Fillmore President of the United States on the 10th of July, 1849. Ilia administration was charac- j teriied by wislom, prudence and con- j ervatism. He retired from the Presi- leucy...

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 March 1874

MILAM EXCHANGE.; County Directory. Hie n"" KilroruI. TRAINS f')l Til. ai'Iuvf. itpakti. :.'! . K . . . r. . ii-.--. r. h. Iv Krt Main Lip"''' TH..UNS NOTCIil. ;. xi. W. . '. r. w. f Vi r. a. A. AV. LO INti. Ayt-U XJ!n(fP t rntrnl F.ailrouil. N OUT II. linv r.tiin-. S:lO . C. J r. m s:!V' . 6:31 r. SOUTH. r,.iv p. ":27.. 9 Ci a. . Train on liiluT ri..l. if iieee'sary, wait Laif an hoar l-.r iraiu.- nu t he ut uer. Arrival and IX'pnrturo of the Arrivt- fr :n tin- South and We.-t ut o:4."i p. m. ! 1'rom the I'.nft. 11: J;. ut. Truiu iic North, j 14'. . Dl. ltort North r.nd Rut. Mi p. m. (.Hi. SmuiIi, C:4t . m. J. (I. lioyJ. l'ostui-i.-'.rr. CITY 01TIOLR3. A. Jordan, Mayor and I'.ooorder. J. I,. V illimuvon. City Att iniry. J. L. MrltonaM. City Atari-hal. Ir. J. i. I!"-1. -M- L- liairl.AVii'on WiHian tln, S. V. l'atAi:i. AV. J. Uuro. J. H. Dk-kii.-ean. Aldermen. curaciiF.?. j Ppti-t iurr?! -street. J. E. Wimitr. IWor. 'rtat-liin every Sunday uiorniim ai.4 eTenintr. J'ryer lucriine Thurs...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 March 1874

HOME 15 D FOBEIGX GOSSIP. The Prince Imperial will attain hit ma- loniy iian ii in. I is to le a ret iratlHTing: at C'liis.dliurrt on the hion. Joiijs G. Potth, tlie oll'Pt 0M Fellow In the world, diil at (iaJ.na a few days ayo. He wa initiated in lodjn- No. 1 at riiilaiU lphi;i, in !jiu.'iniT, 1x25. A TOBAoeo-jricK exrxvtonttor was re cently fined $11 at New Albanv, Ind., for IK-rKbtUnjr in ejecting liia hijrfilv-colored naliva ujton the floor of a church in that city. Ai.vr.n Hcxtlet, of Culia, X. Y.. Rged one hundred and wven years, at upon his borer, as straight as a boy of fifteen, and was photographed a few diiyi ago. A Logan-si-oht joker closed the saloons in that villajre tor the sjkic of one alter- noon hy wndin rb proprietor notice. : signed Many Indie,'' that the ladies would kindly call and hold prayer-meeting. Tknxysox doubtless had the teiniier anoe war in mind when he wrote: " Womu is the weaker man, and her passions mrr In mine At Is cinVr unto whisky, and u water on...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 March 1874

PARSOV LEE. To irownj country Tillf Cme a Certain I'areoa Ad a nut to qaaiiitly UinVrent Krora all other tan rm Cain to chum hlm ,,ry J. And to note tbrf" ' "red By this Miarrd of Ux day. Wa tro1 and fooaif placr, And thonly thing they wanted M a W mon- or Hmvr' p-ce; And he aonfht to ahow Ihe people How to think and work anyl live, 80 I1t each aboutd h l the other A1 unto la needy give; ITow the door that Imdi to Hraren Waa most amply hmad and wide. And bow each iv.uld turn the handle And (to easily ineiile; That the erv pntl-t nitttirrii In the world may yt le stroni; And how trtitli i alwava wisiloiu, And all wickednuM u wrong. He explaine4 how true reliplun Was day-wrrkinpt nothing niore; That this "world wa n"l an ik cud, Nor we peMdra on the aliore; But that thinking men and women hhould find lieiicr tliingx lodo That in twistinp (;,m1'h rommandmenU Or quite breaking them in two. for arting like onr neiirlilmm,' W by, we nmeor ua are lnU You cannot lie madeat hriMiu I'ndi r ev...

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 March 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. uisM iirnoi KATES. Two iulUn a JMr-, ob dollar for ii moathi; fifty cent fur tire months, xxTajXiajuT u id- THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1874. Last Toesday waa generallr cele brated in the larger cities, it being St. Patrick's day. The Worcester Spy advises Gen, Butler to go to Jajxin ai,d stay there, which induces the St. Louis Republi can to remark that "some folks never have any feeling for foreign nations." The ceremony of cremation was re cently pat in practice in England, upon the body of Lemon tinia Smith, a famous grp"T oracle. More than a hundred Romany "chala" attended the funcr&L All the wearing appar el, trinkets, and domestic articles be longing to or in any way used by the dead w oman, were solemnly burned. The New Orleans Picayune says that on the 2d instant one of the railroad corporations of its city threw into the Mississippi river forty.eeven thousand counterfeit nicklcs, all of which kad been received by its lines in payment of fares during the year. T...

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 March 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. la. Ill a Jieiai irw. THAlXS KIT1. Anmt. iTTAlr. 1t Eut". . ''')," A- " JurblfUi-re.". 11:4) r. a. lk.l.r. a. TRAINS NORTH. Iac Km"-". : S:- - " A. W. LUVlJ. Agcut. FliA? J) are come. Peaeh trees are in bloom. : Our citizen have ooniiuencel gur- f.eninjr. . Ta free It, house. John Barleycorn liad several of our MlwtfmiB-pl Odtral Railroad. NORTH. Par Evpn-s. H:i. a. 8 .a. Night Express. :UUr. a. 6;Air. M. cWTU. !;- Kxpres. :Sl.. 9:4.'. x. a. Niiifat Express, lu:iur. . p. a. P. II. HAWKS, Agent. Trains na cither road, if nri-mmry, salt half u aovr lur Irani oa the vluor. Arrival and rpnrtnre r W Mai In. Arrive from the Sooth and W cfl at ft:l." p. ra. rm lie Kat, ll::iO ji. nu From the North, H l 'l a. Bl. JcpartNorthandr:st.G:i"p.ui. Wcst,lI:3U j P"" . m. houth. :".. m. i KHxl. J. . Boyd, Postmaster. Lart Thursday two haq?r, in a betting scheme, tricked IL W. FowlL, a stock drover of Humphreys county, 1 . 4 . 1 1 1 II a l.lank walk has li-en lai.l 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. — 19 March 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Vi'ny i a pen-on . ho ne ver lavs a vvajrpr & b;J as a regular gambler i fceeausc he U uo better? A wax will die for want of air in five minutes, for wnut of bleep in ten day?, fur want of water in a week, for want of food at varyinr interval, (le-M-niliiij on eonsii tutioii. haluts of life, and the cireuinstan ces of the occasion. The business of liqnor-ft'Uin? is uneer tain in Vermont. .Suite constables are at any time liable to confiscate the stock, and eonwfjueutly very small quantities are usu ally kept on "hand. Butlaml, however, lias been ho lonr free from interference that when a raid was lalclv made tlie dealers were badly eiuj-ht. Two wholesalers lost $in.(NH) oaclu and the hotel from $1,000 to $2,000. Wk find the following touching verse in tlie Baltimore American: The trm tht bronirht hia wife cume down AnU llien went wva-injc on. Itul, wor to him, bis wile bad brought His niollier-in-law along. He livmi, lor lite may well be borne Kre aorroar brea...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 March 1874

TO-MORROW. To-mokbow ii ig Mud far wy. W base looming splendors in iTspw.tiT rise, To lurr us wilta its mirror-TH-wt bf at?, AdiI Iimomi I if his U,ra thn tLt it Ukrs unto iUcif sill nirstie n4. - - And hM to muv llr dijn"" worn, Xo womi.-j- thtt stickus SUirr Artfr its bsurUly ' )menor m "the dresd nn known." t -. ; Tbr irKo-lirtit In wilrtof chance, They madlf Uirow wt all pnwnl good, Thr iW of Ihrir sniliilion to enhance Ib tftr contest ii'ilh vicissitude. Tb wd illusion srnsis Uiem on apane To wrest the sweetness outfit each to-day, Xna enrli In some lliileaa race, ' tt here UfV: is in rej-russl tiiiviwn,wy. To-nvwrow la the anrin(f to-ffsj. And cheats a Rrsndlj- in ila proifared Jojr, As wilh our treasures it recedes alwsy And leaves us l-ut the mutir of alloy; "Who lives HiKin Its pron-iiars shall find 1 hat sure betray Hi is tne hoon for trust, That hOM comnuttel to the fickle wind Leave their crown-Jewels tiuriwi mi the dust. There U sdnultftil purpose In delay, ' Love brook...

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 March 1874

i MILAM EXCHANGE. ' m . A.APrs Miir r.bnu.,. j i kl'MCRIKTIOS RITiX , To dollars a year: one dollar frtri month-'; fiiiy -ut for tbrw months, imvaHiabi-t in i- ADVMT1MMJ KATEM. C H H I I s 2 f ? i j I f f I I ! ' if I I Vrk Two Weeks ...i 1 hree W-k.l "nr Month:...! 1 Hi: 1 1 .Hi' 2 2 3 4 r. 7 12 m S Ti A Ml r. u 2s t Ml 4 1? VZ 11 7-V ' , A vl! Z S j S; Mmth. . t 14 im 31 U" M ii l ' im Nine Months Hi i" 17 7"i i 48 Ti 77 Wi lit to !' Year 12 l -JX :i ' "7 i ii 144 ill Doulilp-mlnmn H vprtiwmciit., l)vr rent, xl- ruiirr uli tit fto(rc nlw. '1 riple-ooiuinn xtvrrii;iiicnt.'Ii 31 rrtnl. w- j vinrt un tk linv r41t: dvrtiMnirni t occiiiy rwtal pilSun, l'l 1 iwr cent. itVni- on tli Uvt rtc. I Iiral Niit:tfx" (in thr iniae tviie lorfl rr-adinii lualtcr.) 2j fr rent, advance un tbe ii'nv rale.. Otiituarif" . Trihilte of Re'twrt (exrit l:h n mme utln-iiillT fnua charitable H ictit'). and ; " lifal Natiitr" rale-. Sinuile annftnnw- nian(a fif M.muM tnt h. I tiw.Mf fnl &rti. ..ii traiisi...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 March 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. ML.RO.tl TIIf J.aUtllttMll 5frffcl " TRAIN SOITH. HI Iit Ki". .I ' " T iki litiMtm 11.2. r.M 1'iM a. a. TRAIN"? "il!TII. ow A. W. LOVIXl, Arrnt. .MiN.Uiil 01 ml R.llrJ. ti.iv Eprcs M' . Niflit KtptTMs WM. :3ir. ."U'Tlt. W:r. . ll:r. . ! II IIU U t,i Trinrnurrt.-4.u r-.n.u hif .uU..urrin,iu,.ii.eiirr. Arrival n ttrpartnw mT Ik Mall. Arrive from the South aaj W'rrt at . m. )'n.ui I lie lla.-, 11 p. ui. I'mta (he Nvrlh, U L'.m ... . liin x.riiiii.:r.a-.C:f.p. m. WcM.ii.nt ! numluT of our teachers will be iu at l. in. K..tu.'.ti. in. tendance. ! Lilian is not a good pku-e fir diK-toni riTY "KFU'KRS. A J..nian. .M.y..ra.i.l K..ni.. J. 1.. iJlinuixoii. ily Att..rmy. j, . m, iinnai.i. rity Mar imi. l.f,.1.;. i:..y.i. M l.. !UiM. Wii-..viiiu. K.n. 1". Kaiikni, W . J. llouf. J. 11. liliu- rn. AM.-rimii. riil RcilKs. iw -n.pU,ir.vt.J.ii.wWTf,r..t..n rroai'liinvFvi'O Smii.Ijiv iiii.rinnit rvrainv. IT.r ,,. .. Tk-n-lay cveni-., M.r- iw i.v r vv.-niuK. rrayw nim...

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 March 1874

GEXER1L BRETITIES. A New York paix-r eh."irrs that ortjii American tcu!ptrs. whoi-e Haines ape piV' en, are in the huliit of getting Italian art ism 10 make Mutiuirv anil then sellin them oriirinal to Americans. Eastern pajK-rg luive wine way received the impression that the hotel rate at Nir- atoga will lie consiilcrahlv minced tlii puuuner. Thin hit of new will carry joy to the. hearts of every txtor faniilr in the West. 'J'roft.s9r." Kdd a ntwieiit in pur suit ot knowleuire noncermiiir animal whv dot a cat. while ejitititr. turn h head iirgt one way and then another?" Kor the reason," replied the rrofosor, tliat hc cannot turn it loth ways at once." Tiik cirls lM'lon"inrtnoneof thcwhool in I'ittshunr were recently out for a walk two and two. As thrr aimroaclK d a street where saloons almum! a sudden feu de ioie w as cxecultl. bv the Midden f-l:ir;iiit; of the window-shutters in the vicinity. The were taken for woman's teinpcraiiwVniove- ineiit : Tiik influence of. forests in draw...

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 April 1874

LOVE. 1oi ii not mule of kin, or of tight. Of clinim hntg, or of th- orcrrii-s And lublle witchcralU of alluring eyi. lovt Is not mail of broken nhinprrs; o. Nor of the blushing cheek, whoae answering frlow Tell that th ear has heard the accents low. Iove Is not rnnde of tears, nor yet of smiles, "f qui v ring i, or of enticing wiles; Ixv ia tot teniUtl he himseil beguile. Thkr. is Iyove'i Ungnar?, but this Is not I.vT If we know angbt of Icve, how eliall we dire To My dial this is I.-ve, when well aware Thai these i re common things, and Live is rare? As wunt streams mar, blen'itr.g roll la course united, so of sou) to snnl lovc is the union Into one sweet whole. As nvilten metals mingle, as a chord Swells sweet in hsrmnny, when l...ve is lord 1 wo heart are one, as letters form a word. One heart, one mind, one soul, and o-r desire. A kin.lre lsney, n. BMHter are ' Ml thought and paHaion; there can Love Inspire. Tbis makes a te f earth; for this is lxve. THE COIIASSKT TKA'KKJHT. Y ...

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 April 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WAIJE, Editor and Pabllshrr. KlBfcCRIITlOX RATES. Two dollar year; on dollar for ii monthi; fifty noli for three mouths, itahiablt 15 id ier. ADYERTIKIXU R ATM. 3 I 0- 1 1 i I : 2 ' f : ! "If j One Week 1 ftl 1 75' 2 -VI 4 7S 7 VI 12 IW IK 1 34 im 1 WU IIITIIIi., J Throe Week.! 2 m fn Month.... 2 Vi Two .Month -I 4 Three MnntBV S tt TV S 75 7 2f II T 3 ,Vi 5 (fO 9 .ill 15 4 mi r. m 12 m is 75 l 00 7 (ii 10 fJ 19 w .m ft) 4S ftl s 12 so v. 75 :t7 o 00 8ii Month .i S ftl 34 ftl 2i 00 m ft' W ft) 9.T ftl ine Months. 10 25 IT T i 4 . .1 w 1-1 One Year 12 ft) 21 i"0 SI ft) 57 ft) 90 ftl 144 00 Douhle-eolnmn advertisement. 10 per cent, ad vance on the above rate. Triide-enlumn advertisements, 20 per rent, ad vance on the above rates. Advertisement to oeeniif special position, 10 fr cent, advance on the above rate. " Local Nntieen." (in the same type aa local readme mailer.) 25 per cent, advance on the above rate. fibitnarie. Tribntes of Respect fercept such as come o...

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 April 1874

...v .MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. BiII.RO.lD TinE-TAELE. CoainvIIIe mikI Mrmrbia RtllrwA. TRAIN'S rHtl "TH. lay l"-pres, r ii:lii I. press. ttvirtft. iixrtKTH. (:' .. . . it . ll.-i'i r. n. !!:.; r. . TRAINS SOUTH. Pkv F.xpre-. " -1 . .Night Epn.r. -,: '. TliKtiiwIppi nlrl Bilrl. SOUTH. ly Eiprr. M1.jf. m Si.-ht Expre, (isttr. . 0:iir. u . SOUTH. lv EmreM. i 'rr n ic. i m Sicbt tii.w, l i:ii r. . ii:ir. u. P. II. HAW hs. A--nt. Train- .m either r..i. ij xf-ar , aii half n hour .r train? ou the other, Arrlvnl nnd Drpitrtnr of (bf Malln. Arrive from the .iith nj Vent at r,:tr P. Ui. rom tbc East. ll:.":i p. m. From the North. Hepart Xor:! ami E:n t, f.:tj p. in. Vest, H: J. in. South, U:4' a. m. J. U. Uoyd, Postmaster. COUNTY OFFKTH5. Ions. William". Sheriff. il. C. lloIiiKK. Cunuty Cunrt Clerk. 1!. K. Haines, Clinneery Court Clerk. V. m. Moore. Cirruit Cunrt Clerk. VT. M. ll;ilf..r.l. Coroner. J. O. Mi-Ewen. Trut-. 1. Allen, Ta Colleelor. J. A. W. n-i.. County Surveyor. A.S.Cu....

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 April 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. tn'- -.....- 1 - 1 r . . . "iiu liuiH-s nave iteen eicU-u no- u"ics-jMiiiic hy the I tali I irilatnrc. "M. iiiiiidnd and twenty men resi.inr in comities in California ow n 3,1 40.000 iHi.Vt cniiii tlie eliiM at eehool it Uk-ul r i ic oram; nor at the taMe it is bad jvi me promaeii. . M . j m ineiimati restaurant.; where vork U w lavonie diet tlie err of Mierox-oiies fi kt lll-n I It t. 1 . -. u ; is in am earl v and late. i wo men at Mink Grove, M'rfcrlit coun , ia.. ntiit lrom the heart of a ierrtlv sound tree, nearly four feet in diameter, several lift from the pround. a air ofln Iiaii mot-casing in a good state of pivservn- -!. - TnE Iowa Lejnslutnre ha? enncted alaw Jiytllist liatrCT?e-liiahr. The lx-lialtv lor reekles.-ly injuring liiijrjpipc is a line of hoi n-. .. man sixty dollars, nor more than one hundred, and imprisonment not cw.-diii thirty days. Iiik oldest stove. prohaMy, in th' United oiaies i-1 mat . wlneli is still m use at tin ' apitol in J.'ieht...

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