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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 April 1879

FARM AND HOME. rrcveatl.si MwanalvS After 1 have had all the Increase I de eire, when a hire hows an inclination to warm ,1 move it to the place of some weaker hive. In that way I make all my colonic strong, and, when I have accomplished that object but still have a hive that threatens to swarm, I change places with auother that may also show sijfns of swarming. The change of work ers destroys the propensity of swarming for the time beitis- f if given plenty of box room they will store honey, and, if they are again inclined to swarm, ycu may move bck again, and it will have the desired effect. Cor. Beekeepers' Magazine. Si Ire mm& Mirror. A correspondent writes: "I do not think it is generally known that rats and mice will go i&to a trap mu:h more read ily if a piece of looking glas is put in any part ot the trap where they can ne themselves. They are social little cra tures, and where they can see any of their tribe thy will go. I am quite sure of the effect the looking-gla...

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 April 1879

fPITT7 1rriTT A xT-ni THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1879. The New York Herald recently published an elalorate opinion of Charles O'Connor, in which lie holds that the railways of Tennessee are li able as security for about ? 15,000,000 of the out-standing state bonds and accrued interest. The Chattanooga Times says, editorially: "This 'opinion' is that of the em ployed and paid consulting attorney of Mr. C. Armory Stevens, who has alrsndy begun suits to subject the roads to the payment of these bonds. It is not saying too much to say that Mr. O'Connor has forestalled judicial determination, or that he has won any branch of h? lawsuit by trying it in the newspapers. He has no objection to big fees, and he sees a corpulent vrad of greenbacks in prospective if bis ? 15,000,000 case is pressed, no matter who wins. But whether Mr. O'Conor is i ight or not, the bondhold ers Will do well to think twice before acting on his dictum, and beginning proceedings with a view to having the eminent lawyer's ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 April 1879

Tin; EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL 10, 1879. Rill.ROtlt TINE TABLES. rkif (,ki. i,mi a .vw orina 1. 1. ! liU" " ,,lloW, " "d "ftw 1 ' ' ' " r.n ".in. . Ja.l.a..rth. leave at-..- - 4:00 pm! N. a, - S:.iom 2. south, " l:40ptaj 4. " pm Time about afteen ninute slower than tuwa tia. J. c. Lopez, a rem. Milan. , f:M.CkirVKrA!.:; Orleans If. d. MVii&i.tf. i. a.,.cw unhang. lwiavlllw nhvlll AiiUn. at. K. TraiasNave Milaa aa iollowi oa and after May 12,)S;a: riasKM.ra tkaik. . 1. s.ala, leaves at 4:30 am y. 3. " " l:tw pui He. I. ae'th. " 3:40 iu ..4. ' " a:auam A. W. I.OVi.NU. A font. '. P. ATM0RK, O. r. CANTWELL. Wea. P. A 1. A. lo.il Ticket At't- 9 . . .. . - .. XFW ADVERTISEMENTS. CHICAGO. Da. Jawt.s.-Tbe Wine of Hope, manufae- tured by Dr. Jamei, Chicago, ii one of the inoii t palatable and efficacious remediea ever offered to the people. It i not a "cure all." but it does ita work finely and without fail, head the advertisement carefully in this issue. A. McDonald A Co- Thia staunch co...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 April 1879

LOW AND TI3IK. tM yean ago, Old Hum, 'tii mid. While plodding bit weary wit, Chanced on stream hich iwif tl j sped, And to cross it did Tain nt;, Help I" cried bo. " CoDiider bit yesi ! Will bom oi yoo old met A 1m, Good rnetdi, I entreat yen with tear, Hither, and help Old IU.e to peas I" Hone heeded his cry, till wafted her boroe dansstls in idleness rtTe, Ob luriir aide. To brii g him there, Bpeed they a akiff propelled bj Ion. Olbera, more staid, were Iain to check, And warningl? chanted thia rhyme: Ah, many lire haa Bade shipwreck In seeking thua to paai Old Time." Toaag lxve made (ally tor the ihore Whereon the old wanderer wept Proudly turned to terry him o'er. Full atrobg though the dark current swept Hying hia oars the radiant boy Oaily aang and mang thin rhyme: Bee, tee, dear girla, benold with joy. How Young Lore carriea off Old rime!" Tain boaet I Soon spent, down droops hia head ('Twaa eTer hia way, I am Uld); Old Tims take up the oars instead : Tired so soon, yet erewh...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 April 1879

SOUTH EES FAR! WD HOME. tKTLl 1 UAL KOTtM. Tb WertTn i?nck Journal pive this sensible advice u farmers: For the wesWn pr&in faraieia there is but one safe plan Uit this praion, aud that is to reduweiperi'ies, raie cora and oat, and teed the i.roducU into pork and b?ef. Bjr reduction of expenses I rfer to such as accrue f rum fin m management. Tut in no crap that will compel you to buy expensive machinery to cultivnt or harvest it; tnaite no flan that will ne-cew-iUie the employment of much extra help. Barn-yard manure must remain, for many years at ieaft, ttie backbone of profitable farming, hence it thou Id be guarded with jccial care. Manures should invariably be under cover, and in absence of proper nhelter they should be protected by a thick coat of dry earth, road scrapings of eods and mold. D not permit your mort valuable aid to in creaped pnfits to blow off with every wind, or wa-h away with every rain. Horses should be watered in the morn ing before they are led. A lull ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 April 1879

Eft?1" THE EXCII AX GE . THURSDAY, APML 10, 1879. . IIKMJERSOX CO I. TY. K-lU'rr Ezrhan'jt -; .Some time havr-g elapsed since our last comniuuicatioii, we tliink it pru-1 lMit to f;iv an account of our. 'te'. J anlsLip," end say by way of apolopv j that on stillness was caused, not lor I the lack of will, but for want of ira- tfrial and opportunity.;; ; ; .We arc having .winter and spring j wi;:itrmr- alternately, with occasional ! n')owcre wf hail Jtnd rain. While to Jay a man would feel tolerably plcas aut witli fewer clothes, yet to-nior row ie may expect Vt seek comfort in I his grcp-f coat. :.' ! Farnjers have conunenceJ to work! dornright by turning under the green turf, repairing fences, and preparing ! for planting. ' ' lion. George -H. Nixon and others : inad-i speeches at this place on Satur- j (l.'ty last ip behalf of the yet content ! plated railroad. Still, hope remains, ; l IkmiIi faint, of lU being an early success. '' - .;.). -i Mr. .Mufgrove, .fcritcrly editor of t!...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 April 1879

v. r HANGE, B r i i III -X '. A. MILAN, TENNESSEE, APRIL 17, 1879. NUMBER 7. VOLUME VI. Milan E THE EXCHANGE j WIRE BROOK. MHtn and Prtrpviel!-. KI KM-KIFTIOJI RATI:. To dollar a car; one dollar for ix monthr; Utr t fr thrw montln. ixv akiault i i- CHESTER G. BOND, ! jkifrury and ttnnwlorat Law JACKSON. TENNESSEE. rFK"Kii i Baltimore Street, Uwn Lib- j ny auu tnurco. ji.y-iy j 7mLT 1. IUts. UkUT L. KtLl.OCH Bl XL.OCH. &. II Alii. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 0FKr'rSee" ACKSoTrKNX. ! W M. MrC4LL. AlllD. Ten a. Lac. I'irenit Jane. IrcatoB. imu. BLACK & McCALL, A1T0RXEYS AT LAW, Old at Trraton and Milan, Trim. - . . . 1 w,A m ' ininin iftll D ti md in the uprem mil Federal .-ourl m ( jvk-n.ud i tu i-Wcrai court- at Mem- j lirilH 'finMinwrii ...... JU. U.IDEASOX, Attorney at Law ! TlIKNTON, TkSX. 1 '""' l.-iif.-ly , , w. m. ii all. r. K. HAKWoon. ; mil t II UIWOOO i HAIJiAJUhn wi, Atfnrnatrc at T 3UT j mlUIilcyo dt Ijaw. , TRiiSTyX. TKS.V ; rrMtpt i iimtana. MA iy ' . . . I Y. k. I..M.I.. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 April 1879

txtatiti Us BROOKS, MILAM. i-'-lfMNESSEE Of Elibu Burritt an acquaintance and old pupil says that be never questioned liia ability" to"u3ertand almost any thing, and what he could not or did not understand he honestly thought was not worth knowing. Hia 'cardinal doctrine waa that genius is a creature of the will and not an accident of birth. A C0EEE8P05 det, writing from Borne, says : " American women are acknowledged to be, even here, the moat beautiful and the best dreaded women in, the world, just m American men are beginning to be known as the most polite in the world. I heard an English lady say the other day, ' An American is an Enrlish gentleman perfected.' " It is an interesting iact that every foot -of oar eastern seaboard, from the northern coast of Maine to Florida, is now lighted. There are a few miles of uninhabited coast in Florida not yet illuminated, but along the whole coast north of Florida there is not a spot which does not come within the lighted circle of which ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 April 1879

FA KM AND HOME. FARM RUT. It ban been dec'.ied abroad that in removing large trees it ia not necessary to take a lare ball ot earth with the ree. To comb the soil away from the roots, injuring them as little aa possible, is now practiced with reat success. Pruning omitted last fall, should be attended to now as soon aa the weather will allow. GT&pe vines need the first care, and shou'd be pruned long befor the buds begin to swell. Currants and yooseberrie e:rt early, and ahould be pruned early. Early pullet aake winter layers. Old hens do not lay much, even in this low latitude, till the backbone of winter is broken. Those therefc re, who desire winter eggs should now be making the necessary preparations for hatching the chickens that are to lay them. Experiments made by Messrs. Coren irinder and Contamine indicate that the . amount of sugar in beet root is in pro portion te the leaf surface of the plants. That is, the more and the larger the learee, the more sugar there will be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 April 1879

THE EXCHANGE Thursday, april 17, ist&. The Supreme Court convened at Jackson on Monday last week. The Arbitration Court will hold its eession in May. A shell buried in the road exploded nar Prince Milan while he was walk lug at Nisch, Tuesday. His aid-decamp was wounded. The big political Republican mcve of negroes to Kansas continues. Some l)ody w ill get .ick of it yet before they are through with it. While the Czar of Russia was taking n walk lat Monday morning a would be assassin fired four shots at him with a revolver, missing every pop. lie was arrested. Mr. John R. (ireeu has bought the Interest of the late Colonel Ivie West brook in the Brownsville Bee, and be come sole proprietor as well as editor of the paper. A correspondent of the Knoxville Chronicle, writing from Columbia, thinks that, vith Grant' and Key, Ten nessee can be carried Republican in the next Presidential election. XEW ADVERTISEMENTS. 3VXr-a. O'DANIEU, MILLINER AND DRESSMAKER, Coder Exchange Office. All ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 April 1879

"p JJ"P EXCHANGE ' . - .- TlIL'i:si.Y. ATUIL 17, l7y. AtiLBOAD the TABLtK. ' bieaaTO.M.Loal Sen Orleans! K. It. Train lesve XJilsa follows on and gtits .lril . u:s. n krvin tiaik. N. 1. nurlk. leave at 1:1.1 pm y 3, " i: V pin i.' sutn. " - 12:.V. pm 4. " " 11:35 pm liase a'mut ft ffeen cn i n u t- tlnwer than tuwo ;,.. J C -LOt'EZ. Agent. Milan. J li M X. cup't, Jj"Vod. Tenn. l-.cllAV IH.r.K. (J. V. A T. A.. New Orleans. V. B. WOIIEV. ti. T. A.. New Orleans. . I.alrme Xaah ville A tit. C JC. R. Trails .nve Milan at follows on and after April o. l.sovia. letes at 12:30 am - f; X.. i. north. " e. . " J:5iain X. W.IAlViNO. Agent. e. r. atmohe. o. r. cantwell, Sen. V. A T. A. Local Ticket A g't 4CTY ASO CITT DIRKCTORY. COUNTY OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold. Sheriff. l. C. Holme. County Conrt Clerk. 1'.. K. Kaiue. Chancery Clerk. Trenton T. J. Williams, Chauvery Clerk. Humboldt. 'A m. Moore. Circuit Clerk. Trenton, il. Ii. Johnson, Law-CourtClurk,. HambolcH. U o. 'rlrin. Coroner. i. C. Long. Tr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 April 1879

if fcEEHM t hii nw rt av. 1 r, bl (root c Jin ti Tobiaa, A ilk" iin't otr pwaa, J lua eyas are ua the iilae. So to epeak ; hisoa y aim an bent U V obby cioTbinj- !or thi gent Juft Mt Boo compos mentis Like ai d wwk. And lli'i feather-weUM gent, be I oouaii oot ot one-ind-twenty 'i of knowledge suite plmtTi " Bo to speak ; fo bed rather be praoeirj - kB kirkJu at daaclfcg, naa hie stock of wit enhancing Learning Greek. IW he ip- the drawl tad stammer oen be duu his sleek claw-hammer , Vet Tobias tlwoU hie grammar, Cot peak; And he question! racy rarely (So hi do: hoi ar hanging fairly) II his brain be fashioned eq uarely r oblique, .o, he bas no education, ml hli baauty took vacation tout the tin ol Ma creation, bo to apeak ; i b upon matnre rrflnctiea, aklni each d.itintt bisection, . decided his complexion' Rather weak. Tbo' hie ihirt bat not a rimale, Jim hit beardia chin a dimple. Yet He boaate a cfaronic.ptmple 0D hia beak ; Add hi Tolce ia not reliant, For at Umea it ia defiant...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 April 1879

SOUTH LRN FAt'.M A HOKE. iur ! t r-w itt HaUfy m l:en called "ojUr plant." We wind it whfc 1't, r mdv who live far inland do not like oy-Urs, and the name pivjuciicea thew against one of the ?rpsLet delicacies of the garden. It is indeed a choice vegetable, but one within the reach of every one, as it xe quire no more eve in cultivation than a parsnip. Its requirements are precise iy tho!e of tue iarnip a deep rich soil and early towing of freh seed, the seed being quite uncertain if not of the growth of the nrevious season. Make the rows fifteen inches apart and sow a soon tut the soil is dry enough to work ; the seed btine long and narrow it is not sown readily in machine, and is safer to sow by hand. The root is rare, ly over an inch through; to get the largest possible, thin to three or four inches and keep free of weeds. Scorronera,or "black salsify," is a rela ted plant grown in the same manner and for the same uses; the root has a darker exterior. Bt some the flavor of this i...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 April 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL J7. 1879. ! For the Eichskuk. A. ACROSTIC. 'Reund every way in life we Ind liweet friendship's chord, our seuls to tin ; far thsuga we rore in pleasures far. Like evening's WU they pass away- Erst we the quenching nectar sip Tin takes the goblet from oar lip ; C'eJli bp more dreaml as falsa ii fair. Head te deceive, hearts to ensnare. E'er midst the rloom of tdeasura'i nirht ' Jioaad fri Midship's urn the stars shine Lrijat. The New York Sun's Boston eor-rc-pondent says : "Reference is being made to a scheme recentlj mentioned for rendering New York, Ohio and Indiana safe Republican States in 1&80, bj inducing a quarter of a mil lion of uneasy black men from the South to move into them iu time to become Urna-fidi voters. Gen. But ler declared that an inevitaMe result of such nroceeding would be to render those States Democratic beyond a doubt. This would be doae by the rotes of the workingmen, who would be routed to intense hostility against a partr ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 April 1879

1 7W nn LAN Aid. VOLUME VIL MILAN, TENXESSEE, APHIL 24, 1870, xroraER 8. Ml TT A TnT7l HE en THE EXCHANGE WAKE BKOOKM. fAifrm fun rletr. Kt BSfKirriOX BATES. Tw. dillr a y.r; onedollsrforii monthr; fVr cent for ibrt month.. iyab:alt i d- CHESTER G. BOND, 4 Horary aud Counselor at law JACJKSOX. TESSfSSEE. OTFI"E u Baltimor. Strott. letwn Lib erty .lid Churchy JauJ ly 4tTl.UATt. EmiT t- Bcli oc BILLOCK & HAYS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. QT FICE or., Slr k P5W s. it 11 BliCK W". M. !"CI.L. Irat. l.nu. i.u. BLACK & McCALL, t Trenton Qiid Milan., lenn. J.-k...nii. U.lJol curt. t Mem .ai4. etj-iy JAS. It. DEASOX, Attorney at Law ! TnciTOs, Tusk. JJHOMrT attention nivtn t0-ku,ln'-wuly . U. HALL. T. K. UARWOOD. HALL & IIARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TKKSTOX. TENN. b7TkXELL. B.W.MOORE. EZELL & MOORE, $.AW ai;keai. eiitatk agests. M.KENZIE. TENN. Wi A.CiKir-RR. treato. Tenn. '. j. Kccn. AUm. 1 Ju. U.. W ALiim.lrei ret too, Tenn. nn. Coopsr, Buchanan & Walker, ATTORNEYS AT LAW SOLICITOR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 April 1879

so- r M I LAN, TENNESSEE Is Strasbourg two hundred and fifty people are engaged in the business of cramming geese for the manufacture of pate de foie eras. In order to bring the birds' livers op to the proper condition of disease thirty ponnds of food are re quired. Twenty-three Strasbourgers have the monopoly of the trade, receiving al together about $250,000 yearly income, nearly lour-fiftbj of which is for the liver. One of the most :uinous habits of the Russian peasants is displayed at mar riage ctlebratians. A peasant, to cele brate the marriage of his son, procures twenty-five gallons of whisky, to get the money for which he sells his horse, cow or pigs, and is ready to become a pauper. He can not resist the practice, for cus tom requires that the population of the village men, women and children must get drunk. A rich peasant, at the marriage festival, will procure 100 gal lons of whisky, and the neighboiing Tillages are invited to take part in the carousaL . Two herdsmen qua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 April 1879

-WAITISW FOR MOTHER " Th old own lta la his eaay-chtir, lntrioj the moments away, ;Xtratali( drram that b ml hta own, tin rti. eladtnic, paoef til day. Jt chiMrrn he rat-rH from and oaar, fcla cnildien'a children bwtJ. And merry voices r artotDf through The ' BomMtmd " hlU, to wide. Cat !r away In tb years long lwi Grandfather lira again ; And hia heart forgets Mat It erer knew A shadow of ariel and pain, For he sees hie wile at he saw her then A matron comely and fair, Wit b hrr children fathered around hit board, And never a vacant chair. Oh! bapp thisdeamof the " Anld Laos Byne,,: Of toe yeara long slipped awayl And the old man's lips have gathered a smile And his heart grows yeang and gay. . Ail a kiss falls gently spen hia brow, From his daughter's lips so true ; Dinner It ready; and. Father, dear, We are only walling for yon !" The ol 1 man wakea at hia daughter's call, A cd be looks at the table near. I heie's one ol at missing, my child," he says ; We will wait till mother i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 April 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1879. f i : j : The American horse, Parole, is taking England by ftorm, whining all the tacei in which he runs: The government has pardoned near ly one thousand "moonshine" whiskey tnen in this state this week. We guesa "still hunting" will not be so profitable for the raiders in future. Blackburn is a man not to be fooled with. Vfheu frje, of Maine, at; tempted to earble bis speech recently he was made to spit, stew and Frye around, like a bull-frog on a gridiron. Herman, the fire-eater of the Oka lona (MLs.) States, was a reporter on a Toledo, Ohio, paperseveral years ago. If Herman was forced to disgorge, he would be found an emissary ct the Radical ccullious. r. Louisville Foundry and Machine Shop. lilLII ttitU U II I Under' Exetanpe Office. All the Ifite.t Snrirc Stvle iust rereired. The liul -s arc invited to cull and exam ne the j noveme.. Jany-iy Insolvent P.otice. Ill AVE sunreFted the inftdvency of the f-taf- of l)r. J . G. li'ij'ii. deceas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 April 1879

THE EXCHANGE' r sr. : What He Knows about Jtimp- THUItSDAY, APRIL 24. 1879. j ing llolel and leaviiijr Id mmml mmmmmmmt ! paid Board Kills. HAILKOAI TIM I. TABLUi. rUlrt,k(. UaiiA rla U.K. Train (rata MiUa a fvllowa o and after April 7. 1C'.. pAiarveKK TCATSa. Xn. 1. (i-rt k.iww at 1:15 pm v. t ' .2.aa.t. Ti.:. aU.t fifteen iue, Mower than to.a W.U VHV.r'apt.JafVfon.Tenn. 6 rUAMM.hH. .. r. A r- A.. .New Orleans B. M"HEV.. T. A., New Orloan. .UrlUe Kaktiville A fit. M. K. R. lni'iT ilU" " ,0-"w' ,nJ aftcr Sa. T.Mtnth. leave at j;:.10am Jja. S. " " 1:00 pm Ja. 1. aa'tb. " :ft)i,m a.4. " " ... 3-iiain A. W. I.OV i"tt, Arent. f. r. ATMOItK, O. F. CASTWELL. Son. 1'. I T. A. Local Ticket A't- t'fl'JTr AXU CITY niRMTURV. COI'XTT OFFICER. S. B. Arnold. Sheriff. H. C. Uo!iue.C..unty Court Clerk. It. V . Vninea, Chancery Clerk, Trenton T. i. William, Chantry Clerk. Humboldt. y."m. Moore. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. ll -H. Job moo, U m Ceurt Clerk . 11 um botfl. ! I'.. O. Carleton, Comncr. J. C. I...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 April 1879

riBT MVC V JOAQtia MILLIE. i Liicr till hill, and there under the fir-tree By the rprlng, u looking far out In the Tallay, Ehe ataada u she stood In toe glonoas Old, 6 wincing her bat In hr light hand dimpled ; Th alitr band toys with honeysutkle That kit tiptoed up and li tryiof to kiss her. Kr dark hair la twining her neck an 1 her temples Am twL ii i .us beautiful Balsas, marble. " G eye of luttre and lore and passion ! j n'H.l lace like th ee-bell tinted I Hi ,t Plowd with th sunbeams tangled la it t" I crwo, m I slool in tb- dust btneatb her, At-i sii 1 on the godltea my boy heart wor attrped V -t. jots and a pauton, a part of madoeaa " !.. jr I" ;ht u;d and a tinge of displeasure Bwpi orer her fire thu f sboud diituib her ; ' A- f tae f tr world is spread out before you. tio dcirs and ponea it with lore and devotion , And fita.1 ever tenler and touching ai woman's,. Aui :.'. mall be lair aa th Drat kiaa of morning." I turnod down the pathway, waa blinded no longer; Acaicnr was...

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