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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 August 1874

HARVEST. 6wet, fwrri, swrrt, " Ii th wtml'i annc, Astir in the nppled wbt All dy lonn It hu ih bro..k' wild OTT, The sorrowful cry of Uie . h. huh nl brr I S arret, nwrrt and clmr, AixThr lw-uet' whirr, An1 hum of brr. Rise that oIt, imthetic harmony. In fhr milow-(rniR Th- innocent wliile f1aiie blow; Tlx- flnncl.-liiHi plump lUi ui Vsii'1t to and Iro Th- unrjiiift ppirit of a flwr, That hatli too britf an hour. Now doth a Utile cloud all white Or .Men liripht. Ilrifl down the warm. Wnesky; And rmw trn the horizon line, Whi-rr duxky woodlnndg lie, A .tinny mi t -th ulnne. Like a veil helore a holy shrine, ono'alinr. ' Hnlf r'v alinif Things Iivine. Sweet, sweet, iimt, Is the wind's s.ny. Astir in the ripli i wheat All day lopp. , That rxniriie mu-ir. enils The ri stx r e'ery where l,i(V and deata mast share The enl li n harvest lulls. So doth ail end lltinnred Philosophy, Sejcnee Slid rt. The I. loom r f the hMrt; Mi-tT, Vnsoler. Krnml, M nk" thm l'e hnrvei of our days Jo fill with...

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. — 27 August 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. . l. inc, Editor ad PnblUhor. M'BSrRIPTIOX BATKat. Two dollars year: one dollar for six month; n v rii: lor three month, iktakiaklt is id- ADttUTIMU HtTU. a it ! ! ne Wmk 'J wo Wp-kf ... 'I lire We k. One Month.... To Montii .. 1 Itrce Month" 1 ' 1 7.V 2 H 4 73 7 12 i 1 .Ml 2 7 V 3 7- 7 2" It S H () 2 il 3 5n -6 0 9 )"i li -I fyi 4 So 6 p 12 ii 1H -,: .) i till " (l lit () lit () 3o tw 4 il S It) , 7 12 S" 'S 7v .TT .Mi "m (ft H (i U 3 i t in no 1 i.t li- . X ,!, Months. M 2T 17 75 2.1 5H 41 7i 77 tfl li! l" Uie Year 12 21 11 30 f' 57 (l t 141 m Iiouble-column aJ.urlii-ctnents, 10 percent, ad vance on the above rate. Tuple-column advert ieuients, 20 percent, ad- n-- on the al-ove rate. Advurtirf-uieiit to occupy special position, 10 per cent. H'l.tiii'-e oil the above rate. ' Li :il Xoti'ir." 'in the same type as local rending matter,) 25 per ceut. advance on the s'i'.ve rnt"1. Ooilu n i' . Tributes of Respect (except such as uflif in I ly iioiu charitable societies!...

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. — 27 August 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. B III. ROAD TIME-TABLE. (oaNvilleasi- .HilbU Ballraad. TRAINS SOUTH. ARRIVES. BFPtT8. :1 A. M. a. M. K:iir. M. lU:JUr. u. Iay Express. Juall. TRAINS NORTH. 1:13 a. . 8 35 a. . 6:40 r. a. 6:00 P.M. A. W. LOVING. Agent. E press. Mail. w Or'.nai, KC La-ate and Chlrng-o. SOUTH. Mail. 7:40 a. a. fWA. a. fcpr.s. 10:(M r. a. 10:00 r. a. NORTH. Exnros, 7:55 a.m. 8:00 a. a. J .il. 5:40 p. a. 5:53 p. a. P. H. HAWKS. Arcnt. Train on either rtiad, if ne'e6ary, wait half an hour lor traint on the other. arrival n'I Departure tbr Malla. Arrive from the outb and West t 6:15 pi. m. I'r'.in the Ea-t. p. m. From the North. 4:4 a. m. Depart North and Ea-t, 6:13 p. at. Went. 11:30 p.m. South. 9:45 a. m. J. G. Buyd. Postmaster. COl'NTV OFFICERS. Jons. Williami". Sheriff. M. C. Holmes, County Court Clerk. i. E. Unices. Chancery Court Clerk. .Vm. Moore. Cirruit Court Clerk. V. M. Ilalfml, Coroner. I. G. MrEwen, Trustee. Z. D. Allen. Tax Collector. I. A. W. Hess, Countr Su...

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. — 27 August 1874

GEXERAL BREVITIES. " IIkrolnk" is jx-rhaps a peculiar a word m liny in our knjruiure ; the two first letters of it are male, tlic three tirut feinale, the four first a bravo man, and the whole word a brave woman. Notes oi the storm still eome in. A visitor from Ixwisville was Ptrurk by tlie w ind, and a he flew tip Wfceoiifiin rtrwt with his ears unfolded, a gentleman re marked, " I knew tliat the wind would fetch the circus tent.' Milwaukee Senti nel, The Gazette, of ixiiirton, Ky., tells a story of tlie l'rv. Nelson firayson, a nepro clergyman in that town thirty years a;o, who was accused- of pneat improprieties. The invsLiaijug eommittee reportt-d that as brother Grarsaii had la.-pc . entire ly within hb own cLurcli, and had not gone out to follow after straiifrers, he should be honorably acquitted. Oke lor those who use tobacco. In a recent number of the Medical Times we find the following: "A 3-ounp girl suf fering from severe and uncontrollable vomiting, under l)r. Heaumetz'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. — 3 September 1874

i ' " I - A SUMMER DAT. fsnrPHiim OTrr the meadow luida, Kiwinr the erinwcfn clover, iml sunshine haununf the lily enj. That the yellow bfn nuns; aver. And sunahine oer the hi j hill And over the dimlin( riT-r .And I wihe4 thl (be tun arid ammcr ay Might tbine and last lorever. We walked down bT the meadow path. The timad highway lomakinir, For the nuirt ol that lovel. aiut Keenied better lor our love-making. And I was silent and he wn any. And we walked down through the clover; And we thought it the summer dy That ever the un abone over. We heard the birds In the waving (Tasa, Aa they twittered to each other About the neu they had hidden away A nd the coo of each glad hird mother. And we thourht, as we walked that summer day Through the clover bloom together. That at lat the world u in perleet tune, in thegiad, bright summer weather. I cannot tell what I aald to her, Aswe walked kneedeep in clover; But I knew that the robin merrily sans Their sweetest of sweet song over. And down i...

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 September 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE, V. A. WADE, Editor d FablUhrr. M'HMCRIPTIOX RATES. Two dollar year: one dollar for six months; C ft v wui! fur three months, in varum. T ix ai vascg. . I 1UTISIU KATEN. I 9 H H O hi n ? d E S "T S. 3 : r i - : : : trie Wk To Vek.. 1 hw UirLl, One M out h.... Two Month.. Three Months hit Xl .ntli- .. N ine .V'iiitUy.. tine l"par 1 to. 1 7.V 2 VI 4 7-' 7 St, J Sit 2 3 7" 7 2" 11 S'i ( : .vi ft (i f l"i 12 1)0 ) t i'4 " 2 ;t 4 :' 6 2 12 ii IS :i no 4 in 7 mi 1i V' on :-a 1 1 4 1 in i .' XI Hi ' :i7 .mi i no s ii 14 l 31 (i i i 'i ' l"i in J.". 17 7'r Xt i" 4H 7". 77 (i 12t liO 12 J 21 i 31 l 57 li t 144 il louMe-n.iitinn n.li-erti,'inerjts., l'Jpcrcent. ad mm on the al.oe rates. Triple-column advertisement, 20 percent, ad viirnT on t lie shove rate. A.h. rii-ciiu'iiic to occupy special position, 10 per i-nt. a-iian'-e on the a'n.rc rates. l.ii'nl Notices." i hi the Mine type as local r 'liiif matter,) 2" k.t cent, advance on the a hot c rat.".-. 0'iltunri-. Tribute of P...

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 September 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. RAILROAD TIM E-TABtK- JUalvlll MipbU Kallro. TBAIN3 EOCTH. ARRIVED. PFrntTS. Iy Exprest. Mail. 8:1.1 .. :?.' A.M. 10.2ur. m. lQ.'Mr. u. TBAISS KORTII. :15a. K. (:3S, M. 5:4r. w. C:iir. m. A.W. LOVLNd. Agent. SfW Orleans, St. LU Ckle. SOUTH. Mail. 7: Laprei. W:00 f . KORTH. Fgpresr. 7:55 a. 8:Wt. M. lOiOur. m. . M. 8:00. U. Mail. S:41 p. M. :Si r. m. P. H. HAWKS. Arm t. Train on cither road, if neocssary. wait half an hour lor trains on the otner. Arrival d eprtr r (he Mall. Arrive from the South and Ten at 6:45 p. in. rrom the East. 11:30 p. m. From the North, S:l5a. m. Depart Xorth and East, t.15 p. m. Vest. 11:30 p.m. South. 9:45 a. m. J. 0. Boyd, Postmaster. COUNTY OFFICERS. Jons. William. Sheriff. M. C. Holme., County Court Clerk. E. E. Raines, Chancery Court Clerk. Wm. Moore, Circuit Court Clerk. V. M. Ilalford, Coroner. J. 0. McEwen. Trustee. V. D. Allen, Tax Collect-. 1. A. W. Ilea. County Snnreyor. A. 8. Currey, Superintendent Public School....

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. — 3 September 1874

taM - ' 1 1 GENERAL URETITIES. W at fruit is the most visionary ? The apple of the eye. A rRAVER-KOOM in private houw-s. fitted up ecclesiastically, is the latest fashionable novelty. One mode of churninj: Imtter in Chill is to put the milk in a skin, usually a doff'e rkin, tie it on a donkey, mount a boy on him with rowels in his ppurs about the length of the an i mill's ears, and then run him a four-mile heat. Wi are ruined not bv what we really want, but by what we think we do ; there fore never po abroad in search of your wants. If they be real wants they will come home in search of you, for lie Uiat buys what he does not want will soon want what he cannot buy. A mono the visitors at Santa Cruz (a California wafe'rinjr-place) is a San Fran etsco lady, the wile of a stock-broker, who has made herself conspicuous by wearing a hideous-looking mask of chamois leather. Jt is said she envelopes herself in leather to save a sinfrtilarlv beautiful complexion. She is alluded to In town a...

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 September 1874

AT MY ORA VE. MOTHER'S BY GEORGE D. rUKTIC' The tmnblinr dew drop fU , , t'po j th huttjnr tlowrn li' " " Tiie Ur hinr KloriouIJ- MU all, Save ok, ia bleat. Mother' IlnTethTjrave! Th- vinlt-t. wi'ti tlw bi-oKom blue anil mild, Wv-ao'-r liiv hcn'i -when ahull it wave Abort- thy ctiild 'Tin awert Howt y-t nmst lr lirirhi lemvm to llir r iniinp l'mpw how, IH-mr ni'iihT 'u. I time riutil. m ml Ud Ui; kowl AlJ'l I COtll 1 1Y l 1ic To i-mv- uuumnl hlr'g 'iH-k, hitter MiTimiij 15 Uu-e, a rnt 10 chiKlhotxl, li", And ihue thy drt-anut. And must I lin-rhere To ntain the iiliini. tr" l nir ninWa year. And mourn 4hi- hi- I niiildliood diar $ At mn4 I lior h-ro. Aml lom ly lran'-.h njon a Misted tn-p, jce U-M Ira I Ut, untiim-lv lute, W rnldourn will) (hit OH from lif-'a wittV-red linTrr, Id ull communion with the pint I turn. And mune on ttiev, tbe ouly llvwcr : in nvniory'e urn. And wlwn the evi-nine ile Itows like a mourner on tin- ilim, Idue wave 1 oil ay to hcarthe miflit wiuila wall Around...

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. — 10 September 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.WAUi:, Ixlllor and Publisher. KTBSt niPTlOV RATIA Two dollar. year; ri dollar fornix months: fifty e.iU fur three mouths, invariably is id- ASCI. AUVEHTiSI.VU KtTIA C i -1 ; H jT i e 3 IS ? ! r I s- 1 s s s. efACt. ? I 3- S g g I i " ne V I 1 I 7V S V 4 TV 7 Sfii 12 ( Two rtk) ... 1 Vi 2 TV 37 2 H 2V 1H ! Tkrr Weeks.! t i 3 I 24 HI ine Mou!.... 2 4 2- 12 0 1 7'. ;i m Two Month"-' 4 ti T ll in IKI W HI Jl ( 4" K Three Month:- 1 oi 7'. 12 .t" 2t 75 37 So l im mx .l..nths . (t ! 14 91 in 3 im 11 l"i H"i Kl ia Month". 1H 25 17 75 25 51 4S 75 77 12:1 Isi One Vrur 12 HI 2! in :i l 57 l Wl l"l 144 ) . ad- "ouble-eo!uiwn advernt-euients, 10ereent. ranee on tne above rate-.. Trirc-coliimn advertisement, 20 par cent, ad vance n th above ru-. Advertisement to occupy en"!! position, 10 per cent, advance on liic above rate. Local Notice," (in I lie Mine type local reading nutter, 25 per rent, advance on tbe above rate. Ibituaric. Tribute of Repeet (except such a cotue ofliein...

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 September 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. RAILKOAD TIXE-TABLC I-aUovlIlasMl aMktaBUm4. TRAINS SOUTH. 1 (RITES. DFratTS. :loA. M. fe:.V, i. K. K:2ur. at. X0-.3ur. M. Day Eipres. Mail. TRAINS NORTH. St 15 A. M. :.'. A. M. 6:U f. H. :J P. M. A. W. LOVING. Att.nl. F.x press. tail. w Orleaae. St. LmI u4 riktoaa. POITU. M.il. 7:Ma.m. 8:00 a. M. Lxprr, Mr. at. lo:00r. m. NORTH. Express, 7:V. A. . : a. at. Mail, p. . 5:Kr. m. P.lI.UA'K.All. Trains oa either road, if ae.vs&ry, wail bAlf At hour fur trains on tbe other. Arrival mm Itepartar r Ik MsUla. Arrire from the South and Wnl at C: C p. a I rora the East, 11:3K a. at. From tie North 8:1". a. m. Impart North and East.. 12 p. m. Wool. IL 3D p.m. South. 9:45 A. uu J. U. Boyd. Postmaster. COl'NTY OFFICERS. Jon. Williams. Sheriff. M. C. Holmes. Countr Coart Clerk. X. E. Raines. Chancery Court Clerk. Wm. Moon. Circuit Coart Clerk. V. M. Ilalfoni. Ciroaer. I. G. McEwen, Trustee. D. Allen. Tax Collector. I. A. W. Hess, County Sarreyor. A. S.Curiry....

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 September 1874

(JEXEEAL BRETITIES. The Biu Rrummel Of Saratojra, who make tire toilets a (lay, is a Baltimore oyeter-packcr. At Bahama, CaL, ravntly a child pup-po-fd to be eleal was alioiit to lie btiried. whfn the moihiT threw lirrwlf upon the coffin, declaring that f-he had heanl the child epeak. The coflin was opened and the child found to be alive. Ix the English Postmaster-General's re Iort it is plated that about 18,700 letters were ported lart year without anv address whatever, and that nearly 500 of the letr ters eontaiiKs cash, check?, or bills of ex-cliar-jre, to the value of more than 13,000. A New York chap who expected to be appointed an ofHcial dog-catcher bejran to collect the animals, and presently had sixty Irt his cellar. His appointment not appearing, he sat down the other day and wrote to the Mayor that if the document was not forthcoming he should turn the does loose and he intimated his belief that some of them had the hydrophobia. He was requested to step right up to the Ci...

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 September 1874

IX AX HOUR. BT XOHA riRHT. I. .... ASTicirATiow. 'I'LL take th orchard tth," hil, Niikin(t lowly, miiinic riowly: Th lirook WM dni-i within iu tied, ThhiHuo flung 11 ww ol ml Low in the Wrisl, m lurid elie led. Acnww the ilrird lmok-aw he went, Sinrinc luwiv. Miii'in? cl'iwiy: Mm- knurra-iv mw ln- nun that i-nnt Iff fi.-rv Mi win wilt iliwnl Hie nev'rr fw tlie whf-at w.is btnt, Th' urn pirrhrtl. t!if l!ns mi liii"l: s-miririr i-w;y, ni!in? b mviy, .-r - itnti'lrti llif ilrmi h fti;i-.l A .iiimii'-r picMP .nr iBr i n 1 i-:,, Wiih rwet-k aud in i viitt- (ukI. II. I)lAPPOI!Tlr.VT. Hut li'imowrifl c. iininc all the wiy, : irl. i ii sr b.w-.y. pacinif i-li ly, Slii kmi-w tin- l-iit w.iv.tt w.irti-ring lay, Shi u th ll'.-onii liry iff y, Mie m:i.-l tin- lit ir bniokut'fi'jiluy. A limip had .primp from out tlt Sout j ltm . m-liinir ! -iy, pa'-inir slowly, She only rit ilir tiurninc lirouth : ll'Tt'Vin witc hot. Hil l I'-irr.ht'il hiTmni.tl,. VetBWu t the wind blew ir.iiu the South! And whe...

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 September 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. fl',lr, i:l!or ntie? mbliabrr. M HMBll'IKA It T KM. Two dollars a Ti r.r: mc dollar fornix month: (lfiy cent lor I It rue uimnus, i t auaili is id- YAMS. AI)UKIII.! It All. ne Work 1 li' 1 "" 2 .': 4 Ti 7 ,Vi OH 1 wo Week--.' 1 2 7 S T'. T i. 11 2 1 " Three M ks. 2 S M .'- f 1". i 21 ( hp Mtmih.... 2 i 4 :" f. 1-'-" IS 7. 3il ii T M-iii'li'.-i 4 7 '' V ' 1 '' ' ' 4X iter Thro- M-mtl.s in 7 . 12 ?" 3? '' mi Kix M.n:h'... 'I ' ' '''" " "" Jsino.'vwiiilis.. l;i 2- 17 7i i'i .' 7"i . ii lit ii One Year IJ i" 2! L"i ''J 7 (V ui 144 Ol I.onblc-coli.rnn aHverli-eiiienls., in'r cent, ad- vrijiw oil llie b!hic rates. Triple-column advertisements, CO jcrcent. J- vniie on Ine almve rate. Advertisements to occupy fiscj- 1 position, 10 per cent, advance on tin a-swv r .'w. J.oe:ii No;i" 'iu ll'e s.i..f I; pc as local r":ilinr matter, 2j per cent, nd-ar.it on t lie aimvc rate. Obituaries1. Tribute? of lici t cvept nrh as r.ime tiuu-iujly from chai iia.il.' s ictics i. aril r...

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 September 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. RAILROAD TIME-TABLE. TRAIN"? SOUTH. PFrAlTS. Mail. In: .'J r. x. 10:3u r. u. TBAIXS NORTH. Frnrc. . ... All M :T. V. C:i r. M. A. l . l.Vll, AgCDl. r rlnn, M. and Cblcaff. SOUTH. Mil. 7:40 A.M. R:nO.M. Exilic. 10:uor. M. 10:UUr. M. XORTIT. Fvpro?., Mail, 5:w r. V. :-V p. H. P. II. HAWKS. Ae-nt Trrin. on cither rnni. if ne"ary , wail bmlf n hour I t traiua on the other. Arrival anl Dopnrlnrf of ttar Mail. Arrive from the South and Wert at 6:45 p. m. F om the Last, 11:30 . m. 1" rout the North, i'A'i a. m. Depa-1 North and East, 6:4.- p. m. West, 11:30 l. in. South, 0:4" a. m. J. U. Boy J, Postmaster. COUNTY OFFICERS. Jon. Williams. Sheriff. M. C. Holtne. County Curt ClerV. R. E. Rainef, Chancery Court Clerk. Wm. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. W. M. Ilalford. Coroner. I. . McEaun. Trustee. 7. 1). Aiicn, Tax Collector. I. A. W. Ilcs, County Surveyor. A. S. Currcy. Suix-rititeudent I'u'ulic Schools. W. H. Cox, Hi ggler. CITY OFFICERS. A. Jor.ljn, Mayor ami...

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 September 1874

ABOUT EGGS. . Sm C'arioaa Fswa sad riprrlmraU M ht thry Are aad AH About Tbena. The ability with which the late Profes or Ara8iz arpwed tliat the egg is the or igin of all animal life and the wonderful array of fact and collateral evidence which he marshaled to the support of his favor ite theory, will lonjr constitute a notable chapter in modern scientific history. Passing, however, from this incidental reference to a discussion so recondite and controversial, as not within the 8cpe or intention of this article, the interesting and. we believe, unchallenged assertion of Dr. Liebiff, that the eirps of birds furnish the most complete nutriment with which to sustain life, has a practical bearin? of more importance to the wants and welfare of men than any scholastic hypothesis, however profound and ingenious. The reason why the epg presents such remark able alimentary auuptiveness is easily un derstood. The yelk and white consist chiefly of albuminous matters the yelk of casein and alb...

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. — 24 September 1874

RAKIKQ HAY. yr Thomas b. oakkktt. Ti In thr 1t of mowing With hoiwvt arm mn tcyUifi . When nriirbtHira hrlM-i in nnirhbora' Del 01, And barvmt hamla wm bliU. For ni, I rrrw irilin They e.!lc1 nw hail bni Amnnf the etilwart, dun-brownrtf men Wno tillrd Ibe cJoror Urnl. Th rythmic wtnr t tinrwt Wi n-rulr'l Th- -v-n-tn- un-l mowing stroke Kiint mi m K"Ul to none, gwnl mwec ol th- whetion, l.ikr ni'rnniE Im-IId in chime, Tom-l nothini-ly lii' hut-slur 0UDil My heart rUil beating lime. Kiirtit lrvelv mureheil the mower, Kne-deei in floWt-rll ? prase; TneT rantred accenting to tn ir skill. Like ftcteiol-txiyA iii a cla. Ami mr-nirl'i wan liroulit to trial, Knti strove nh wrftlr'e wroth Who oiul'l ttie Mil'fitheM Nttlhtjie cut. And A lio the wnlt 8ratli! IIow prou4lv utrorr the I, -n !t The Kwifta-t ami ll,e In- I ! lie hi M hiH pine a c:it or two h.iel ot li i tie r-.i: Allowi! no one to Ii-ad him The Ima'tth o! tinwny hand: A mast.-nil ihe iii'iwirji-crittt. He ruled the cluvr-Iii:il. Th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 September 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. .A.H inr,Witr and Pabliohcr. KI'RM'KIPTIOX BATFJk Two dollars a vcar: one dollar for fix month: fifty eents f.r throe months, invakiablt in ai Vanck. AIIVI KIISINU BATI-H. in; Week T- We. - Three e.k-. 1 1 1 . M.iniii... Ttu .Months.. Three .Months 1 4 " 7 rVI 12 ' 7 2". 11 is 2 l' 3 -4) r. in. 9 U 1') i.'4 ii t .VI fi 1- 1" 7"i "" 4 hi 7 ml 1(1 to V ii '' 4H ii 5 7'. 12 .VI I'". 7" "7 ft t u 1,1 14 li -II l :, o.i ijn (i !"i li H .Months Sine Months- M 17 7". ;.-. Mi 4" .:. . . 1J! " One Vcr i2 ifl 21 l .' " : .7 i !"i ti 111 (l llouble-eolmni f 'vrti'mcnts, 10 per cent, ad- rjn-f m t Vi ril.... e rnte. Triple-column n'lviTtix-inenti", 20 percent. !- vnnif on tio Rii'ie ntv. Ailverti-emc:itrr ti noftiny Fpceinl p.irilion, i11 pfr rent. .:t r.- on tlir ntmve rri t. ' J." 1 Nuli -p.-," "in the minie type r l..rl r!i'lin"f maitrr.i Z'i jn-r cent, advani e ou tlje nbovc ml . Obnun Triijuto. of ni.ct (ctiH-pt Kifh i come oKn-ciilv from hiritntne wihiw. stm remarks ..i mr...

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. — 24 September 1874

. , . Si . . L-'IIP I IIWII I ill Mill M IL. rcm--am ' : "' 1 "" ' " 1 ' 1 "" ' ' ' ' ' v ' . MILAN EXCHANGE. Countv Directory K III.KOAD Til TAII.- t.oaUvillenn.l (ipll Itallrwad. TRAINS fOVTU. .B1CF.S. PFI'tUM. TRAINS NORTH. Knrc.-" .Mail. S:1;i . . S:7.j a. . 'jit" r. . r. . A. W. LUVINtf, Agent. 2w Orleans St. Loai und Chicago. SOUTH. Mail. 7:40.. SOI . M. Express. 10i00 r. m. 10:- r. . NORTH. Frpre.s, 7:-"a. k. flV) a. M. AIiiil, & 4 r. w. 5:ii P. V. T. H. HAWKS. Arer.t. Trains on e ither r..i. if ne--cary, al hi.lf an hour for trains on the other. Arrival Depart nrr of the Hall. Arrive from the .couth and Vest lit C: '" p. m. "Trim tbe Ea-t, li:) p. in. From tbe North, 9:1.". a. m. Depart North and East, 6:10 p. tn. Vest, 11:30 T- m. South, 9:4"i a. m. J. i. Royd, P.o-tniastcr. COCNTY OrHCERS. J v Williams. Fber'nT. M. C Holmes, County Court Clerk. i'.. E. Raines.. Chancery Court Clerk. "Vm. Moure, Circuit Court Clcik. W. M. Unlford, Coroner. I. U. MrLwen, Trustee. X D. A ...

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 September 1874

GENERAL JJEETITIES. A recent writT nayg that a lady may be known bv the tout's of her yo'k. A coarx-. unrvflriod woman ncvr has a smooth, plr&uint utu-nmce. The voice can te cultivated no tluit harshness and rouprhness will disaprx'&r. The trouble is that most people are careless anl slovenly about speaking, and fall into bad habits. The diflleultien attend;int upon the breaking ofl a habit of chewing tobawo uren iivr mnr viviillir i'irili.l thn hv the man who said. that, in freeine himself from Uie tliralldom of the weed, lie chew ed seventa-en pajx-rs of camomile flowers, five pounds or stick li'juori and slippery lm, ate up four crash towels, three naj kins and a down pocket-handkerchiefs and then went back to tobacco. Boston Traveller. ' Thk secret of the liberality of cfrjr-lay-Inp; displayed by French hens lies, accord ing to Consul Jlothain, in the quality of the soil. The French lien removed from her native land does not Ix-have with that ftroductive aJa-iity which d...

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