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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 April 1879

COSGRESSIOXAL. In 1V finite, on trie ll.h, Taricu memorials and billi were introdnwd nJ referred. Arrog them were the following: By Senator Vnce: To amend a much of he cml T.iroirintion tct of 1878 ai pro Tide for the of mail contractor in the southern am tea before the rebellion. By Senator Morgan : To amend the constitution in regard to appropriations. By Senator In?lU: For the payment of the Indian war bonda of the gtate of California, and a bill to establiih a jadicial district in the Indian Territory. tSeoator Carpenter introduced a bill to amend the revised statute in recard to the e'ection of United State senators The bill U designed to remedy a defect in the existing law which waa recently brought into public view by the New Banirshire case The senate resumed consideration of the army appropriation bill, the pending question henut on Senator Blaine' amend ment prohibiting the appearance within a mile of the polling places of any person rated with a deadly weapon of any kind ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 April 1879

,TTf M'iJMttK THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1879. 2ttcLcmoresiIIe. Edltort Exchange: Rain, rain! Oh, the refreshing raia we are having. WoulJ that w coulJ divide some of cor watery bletsv jDg with the jmrchej St&te of Texas, where the inhabitants, according to (the Commercial, daily pray for rain. A pall of solemnity has been thrown over this place by the death of the wife of our highly esteemed citizen, Mr. J. Winswtt. IIeruflcrin were long and intense. The heart-broken family have our sincerest sympathy And condoleuce in their gret trial. We also learn with regret of the death of an infant child of Rev. A. G. Burrow. Miss Emma Haines, a highly ao complished young lady frcro the Lone Star State," was the honored guest of Mrs. McDowell far a few days re cently. We were extremely sorry that her stay was po brief. Mrs. 'Wilson, or Milan, is now vis iting the family of Mr. D. Haw kin?, to whom she js related. Mr. B. S. Euloe and lady leave to day to visit his son, Hon. B. A. Enl...

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

r r 1- EXCHANGE. HE VOLUME VII. MILAX, TENNESSEE, NIAY 1, 1879. NUMBER 9. MILAN J THE EXCHANGE wAiti: Jk nuooKn. Mltvr And PMrprirlors. Twa 341ar a year; one dollar fof rim month.'; aOr KDti fur tli roe itiontlu. invariably l ad- 4thCV.. CHESTER G. BOND. Attorney stud Counselor At Law JACK.SOV. TEXSE?EE. OFFICE n Haltiinore Streot. between Lib erty ajiti Church, jimf-ly rt.T I). Havs. Ernest L. Bcu.ors. RILLOrH St IlAVSi ATTOKNETS AT LAW, OrrifE hrr Ncly 4 PyW Drug nor j,g , JAtKijON, IENX. O. P. fli.ir. Lata Clrrail Juilrt. i'lrntMi, Ttb. W. Mi MfC.Ll. Milan. Tcno. BLACK & MgCALL, AHVRXEYS AT LAW, Ofi-w rtf TVenfift and Milan, 7enn. V : practice in iib.m and joining eou - iea. Hill in the Supreme and Eederal court! t Jarknon. and in toe federal cuuru at Mem- 6ti!5-ly J AS. II. DE.4SOX, Attorney at Law ! TUKNTO, Tesx. IiUOMTT attention itiren to buinei. feW-ly V. M. HAM.. T. E. llARWOOD. HALL A HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TRENTON", TEX.V. Frompt la IletiH. fol6-ly B. l. E7.ELL. L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 May 1879

JVTilkri Ijxdlihiige. iDittmii roriim- V 1 LAN. TENNE SSEE D. C CAvKR.f Aneellca,' Allegany county, N. Y.f owns a small road stai lion so peculiarly marked that when he cockies a circin&le around him there it not a bair back of it that la not won white, and not a square inch in front ol it that is not a beautiful iron gray. One rye is like that of a white hone, and the other like that of a black horse. Much of the meat sold iii London as prime English beef is American. Ameri can beef tent over in refrigerators is just li good as English many think it better. At one ol the first clubs in London recently there was served an English and . an American sirloin of beef, and no one could tell the difference, Hungarian and Bohemian beef, too, is coming into the London market at twelve cents a pound, and much game, especially pheasants, from Bshemia. Even to this day the advent of Gyp sies is regarded as an ill omen by the Russian peasants. When it is announced in any village that a band...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 May 1879

FAII AND HOME. fllM NITI. 'Bo cm imagine that the perfection of farming consists wholly i aptness to labor and strength of muscle. A few drops ot ammonia added to a : gallon of water and applied once a wetk to all pots of flowers will do much good and keep the pots and earth from souring. A New York firm has in operation a ' hogct8piDg machine which does the labor of twelve men, and is capable of scraping two thousand fire hundred a lay. Iid clover hay safely housed and well cured is the best article for sheep. With supply of this, and an occasional eprinkling of corn, sheep will keep as fat and as well a on good pasture. Sandy loams are best adapted to grain growing, as a general rule, while grass, either as meadow or pasture, flourishes well on clayey soils. This should be regarded in making selections. Liberal feeding is true economy. The aim thould be to induce animals of all kinds to eat all they have a good appe tite for and digest, by changing food and - also methods of prepa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 May 1879

ii iMTT-fciiTiIltfli EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 1. 1879. f The pflrarph in relation to Ilar- per,' of theOkolona State, published in the Exchange last week, and for -Inch we are jaken to task bj the Memphis Herald, was a news item from one of our Kemueky'exchangfs, the Hopkinsvillc New Era, if we mis take sot. A rumor has been afloat for the fuit week that the Baltimore & Ohio -railroad company had leased the L. & N. road for the term of ninetj-nine years; Dr.'Standiford, President of the L. & N. company, denies the re port, aftd say? that his road is making money too fast now to think of such a tiling. Besides that, instead of leas ing his road, he is but ing other roads, thereby inciting his facilities and ihaking better couueCtioru throughout the Houth. Memphis Ledger: The hail storm of ten days ago played bavoe with many strawberry patches about Bartlett. in several very little fruit was left. Mr. V. B. Williamson made his first shipment from that place to our mar ket th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 May 1879

.Jkaw Tim nv'nt a-w"T 1 1 1 1 j rVJ llYa. Ur jv THURSDAY. MAY 1. 179. Utll.KOAI TIME T AH Tr.iin U-v Milan a Mluwa on and after AjTilT. ir... No. l.B.rt.;ewt T-T.pm -- " , ; im . l. wain. 12:.15 im .... 4 " im tTi-..fcmt fi.t;t"nw!l":" j.i M Av..fyp't. JekiioB.TnB. J-. U I'l.l.H. r. i a., .ew J ). B. .MOrlliY.O. T. ... New Orleans. ' A '.'':!: " ".i ":. A., .cw Orleans. l.vuUvitle A ahvac A iit. N. R. R. 'Ira' at" it Milan aa folio ua and after rA!iItUKI TaAfN. v. 1. Uatvcf iit 12:30 am io. S. " " 1:0ii piu fw. A u-nji, " l:(..ui 4. " " 4:55 aui W. LoViNii. Aent. I'. V. AT MORE. 0. F. CAVrWEM.. u u. P. k T. A. I.ovul l kk. t A"t. )ntLL ciiAca:. A gloomy Mo v da v this. A hard ruia fell ht're la.t Saturday . , "I ' . , . j The "CitV Hotel" U dolllliug lH ! I.i'w white spring coat Delicious strw berries are beginning to mtArt the avenge mouth wafrand smai-k in these parts. TLe Worham House furnilurn is , , , . . u : dvf nisei for sale at auction in Mem- j j.hi- on the 1 3th of May. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 May 1879

THE TOKKl T . B. tT3DDAKn. 01d Id purple, ht eat In Mi palter, A powerful klc, In the dsto old: They brought hlio !rj tc a lautiful chalice, bote mi weret rutted in beaten gold. W bo bath ewe!t rite miner"' d.marided Tbe boastful nonarrh ; and ttrelgntway then, jtutufch hit met -n-miuf, ho at orre ditbanded rae one, who locktd iike the Maaei men. H tti' In rroni'T, and hM up a Jew. 1. fcd it with bora bundtoTer htthi-ed ; Ju ' s'al wa 1t, tu IfgM wet cruel : 1 i t crul, or loeiT. tbe I'ilt wn rd. It ei ct out tparklea ; it to a Glory, A wrrlbie Pilendcr, a heart oi Fire; K iu l:gh like It, In XjT. or Mjtt, f cr who had that bad hit icul'i drtite 1 lit fcrigbtBeet thone cer land ard ccean, Far-reachlr?, a iitz'.iDg, blinding light; Cneting wonder and strange deTotien, A t.Lte of Lcte, and the teste ol Might. ' M'bo hath Jewels like thine T" demanded TtjUincI mc. uk at uij great gem I it r ( where tbe rirert are golden-aacded, W itt otten,- it doea cot compare wlih them I ' ' I to the...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 May 1879

SOUTHERN FIRM ASD HOXE. A corrfpondent of the Forest and Stream give a new remedy br rilling fiea on dog. If yon try it pwe our reader the benefit of yo wtperience. The folkfrfn(? is his letter: "Some yers afro I teamed from dressst in this city that the managers ot oar orphan juylum freed Mac head ot the n'ortunate waifs from parasites by "relying tincture of fiRhbemea to the aoalp. I tried the aame thirty on my wtter pup for fleas with perfect success. Snce then I secured ,nethr setter, xfcich was also troubled with fleas, at 4 one application cured fcim. I did e use in either case more than a few drops, rubbing them in on the nape of the neck and at the end of the back irtere the doe would be in no danger of Mcking the place to which the tincture kad been applied. My care in thin regit d may have been excessive, but s the scuff is poisonous, I preferred to Tun no risks. This is a aure cure, and can beobtained from druggists anywhere lor a few cent. flaw CireaU Hr sure rtttnl. Car...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 May 1879

" - II MB 'f HE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1870. PUBLIC LAWS. An Act to compel overseers of public roads to keep the same in good order; Section 1. Be ft tnactel bj thfc General Atsembly of he State of Ten nessee, that graid jurors in this State shall have power to send for and ex amint iritneeee in all cams' where they hare good reason to believe that any oTerseef of a public road ?n theit county has failed to keep the same in, pood repair as required by law,- and wheneyer they are satisfied that such overseer has failed to ketp his road in rood order they shall present the of lender. Sec. 2. Be it further Enacted, that District Attorneys may file bills of in dictment officially tinder this act; without a prosecutor marked on the same, in all canes arising under this act Sec Be Jt further enacted, that overseers of roads presented under this act shall, if tonvicted, be subject te the Bame penalties that are now im. posed upon then by law for failure t perform their duty. j 6ec. 3. B...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 May 1879

HP Milan Exchange. HE VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, MAY 8, 1879. NUMBER 10. THE EXCHANGE WADE aft BROOKS. Editor ! Proprietor. Two dciiari a year: one i.iliar inr :x moiuir fcfty oost for three m.mth-i. :va kj b; y in au ixci. CHESTER G. BOND, Attorney aud Counselor at Law JACKSON. TEXSESSKE. OFFICE on Ilaltiinor. Street, between Mb rrtyandtbureh. itiMy W.aU.T 1. H Yi. Esst L. BlU.OOg. BILLOCK . II A VS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, F irE over eely A PyW Prog rj. . B. Place , Lt Circuit Jd?, i'rvotau. Tcnti. W. r .LL, .Milan. Tens. BLACK & McOALL, .4 I TORSEYS A T LA W, (),jit ui Trenton and Milan, Tenn. W :11 iiradiee in Uibaonand a fining coub tiea. anil in lu. Supreme and Federal courts at Jm Iimi, and in ma r.acrai cwnru m intra- flu. seut-ly JA8. K. DEASOX, Attorney at Law! Tkkstox, Thsw. 1K0MPT attention given t. basinets, febo-ly W. M. 1UU. T. K. HARWOOD. H'ALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TRENTON. TEN, frwnapt Is Oil lion. fghS-ly Wiai A.Cooria. Trenton. Tenn. K. J. IiieHano". A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 May 1879

-xpvjjdtz eta nnooKS, EU I TOII iU nl'MllTOH. M I LAN, TENNE SSEE The present year completes the eight een centuries that have elapsed since the overwhelming of the cities and coun try adjacent to HerculaDeum and Pom-. peiL The directors of tie excavations At Pompeii are to commemorate the event by a scientific celebration to be held on the anniversary of the event in November next, and have invited the participation cf many eminent Italian sociologists. A GEEAT many persons have an idea that it is unlawful to touch or attempt to aids dead or dying mtn, and that the firbt duty is to notify some efficiah Lives have been sacrificed under this delusion. -The fret duty is to render every possible' aid and then promptly to male the facta known to the authori ties. The contrary idea has -been ob tained from the laws of other nations, which are as absurd as they are inhu man. The so called "horse communities" ol Russia flourish in all cities where there are universities. Most of the pcorer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 May 1879

PAUM AND HOME. 3.1 ost of the diseases of cattle re ca:ised by wrong treatment too much -d at one time, too little at another, to., rich at ore time, too poor at another. If csttie and horses were fed, and water ed, and used jioptilj thtre would be little disease. Make a shallow basin in the ground not far from the kitchen, and fill with coal ash-s an is it made, and on this throw night elops, wanh water etc. An immense amount of the very best of fertilizers can be made in this way. Pure air and mater are of even more importance thsn exercise in the care of young animal". - They are oittn huddled together in louee altogether iiituff cient in size, and in which the atmos phere is almost constantly impure from the i rodiict of.ropiration. To clear cistern water add two ounces powdered alum and too ouricen borax to a twenty-barrel cistern of rain water that is blackened or oily, and ia a few hr,urs the sediment will settle and the water be clarified and fit for washing, and even for co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 May 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1879. The grand Coramandery of Tennes e Knights Templar is in session in PukAi. Tbe negroes bare already started tack south from Kansas, about one hundred and forty pawing St. Louis lait Tuesday. The national convention of negroes in Nashville, it seems, are'opposed to the Kansas immigration scheme. Their beads are level on that question at least. A Washington dispatch of Monday says: Representative Atkins, Chair roan of the House Appropriation Com mittee, left for his home, this evening, to be absent two weeks. He is paired with Representative Baker, of Indiana, of the same committee, who will be away for the same period. The Rev. J. G. Wood, the well known English naturalist, in a lecture the other day said that there was lit erally nothing which he (the lecturer) was so fond of as a rat pie. This was a dish which frequently made its ap pearance at his table, and was enjoyed by all bis family. He had several, friend, too, who, as he had, had over come...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 May 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MAY 8. 1879. RAILRvAla TIM B TABLES. klM(,tLLaltV Jt nrlram II. m. Tr.lat leave Milan fellewg ad after April ?. l7e riiN6ii !. 4.1. aorta, leave at - - MJpm " ' ,??? 2. Malt. " f " " .... r ..U:X.pm fine aWet flWnniiiK'" dower then Uim ti,. J-C. LM'fcX. Agent, Milan, j i JEiXX. p't. Jark.en.Tenn. ' v H ANI'LhR, . I. T- A..NrwOrleani, It. at. JKO&kV.U. I. A.. Now UrUan. Laalarlll Sastiellr) A tit. ft . K. K. Train, leave Milan a follow en and after April l- POJIVCIt TgAll. f. l.teulk, leave at 12:30 am f.i, " " 1:00 pin "e. 8. aerta. " IWin .. " " 8:ant A- W. tOVl.Vi, Ageat. V. t. ATMOfcS. O. F.CAXTWELL, va. P. A T. A. Local Ticket Ag't- ft HALL. CIIAXGE. The plunk walks are being repaired, thanks to our city dads. Cjt. M.C. Holmes, CouatyGerk, has a land rale advertised this week. A tilight frost was visible here last Saturday morning. No damage done, Senators Harris and Barnum hare Htir thanks for important public doc uments. Mi Alice Holt has again place...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 May 1879

THE rT WAV. I eike-J wuh tb bteottful MeiceUiae 4; tc 1e tbe K-nted c!orr ; , Ic t ijht'.nsale tang u tat rae tad moon (.a tweet n)D - and over. Tt Dichtlti MD(, are ne nzig. I know Tt.'l her ! Tell tr Tf u lr. bei I I d " Tti; her you Ictc J er ; it' J ltt hf.t in tb tcMed r'o-"T " Bo 1 to'd J-r the iwftt star taee- . . toid r arjo ofr; if m icHi ar.d h ,t t '. teu':.'b: Jfaxejltseibeor herr-ero. ' 1 fIVd !'t tt.e jqnifite girl : i ' rtp in i f th oc-dn! cit j ; rir :!. i ! f :d in t lfc aod lace, T5 nc t .. wi?e axd ltt; J ic C (c t's ! uoni nod gtld, . C; !a " Ut i iu, Li. md ix nds 'o b f.M. J wid l.cr n v tan.-) ook therf aid thu ; A3 ! ! w"n'r;i-J, "ie.V.Iy, Uairy !" All S!-ce.Ii::. d- t!g. a1.! bn b you s Wtt L'Tf r yon choo-e to merrr ; S. cn, unJ ae.irdio.jIy thic.i werefaid, Ari t!; tauttful Minx iline Swd iti head. "MriiVut d B'iale sr. 1 slot aort of thicg Are reud n f ooliaH ur funny; IT .u're ii esrrt your wooirg to speed, 1 to a s!rl ol your money. 1-A her, " I'm wo:t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 May 1879

T SOCTIIEK FAK kSD HOSE. kainarllilna; Alwnl !. Asm general role 100 pounds of seed cotton will yield 33J per cnt. of lint, 33J per cent, of hull, and 33J per cent, ol kernel. In the growth ol the whole plant, lint, wed, rKt8, burrs, leaves and stems, in order to make a bale o 5iK) pounds of cotton, about the following am-junt of mineral matter, fays Pro lessor White, must be taken from the noil : Pun-phoric acid, 30 ; potash, A'.) ; lime, CO 50 ; magnesia, 18 of) : sulphuric acid, 21 22; oxide of iron, 9 78; chlo rinei 12 34 : aoda, 20.50, andtiiicia 13.23 per cent. To grow the greatest amount of lint there must be a strong and vig orous plant, with room to branch well, and good culture at the right teaxon. In other words, in order to make plenty ol cotton we have to grow a vigorous plant to get it. The above elements furnished to the crop at the growing period, make a strong plant, and, it is said, will incure a bale of lint to the acre. The three elements seemingly the most impor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 May 1879

"ir '' ! THE EXCHANGE .THURSDAY, MAY 8. 1879. SHOT DEAD. Bloody Traced jr at Johnwn- A man named Wach Bearers shot and kil'e Joseph C. French, an em ploye of the Jsa?hville, Chattanooga A St. Louis railway at Johnsonrille, lastThurwlay morning. It is said that on the night previous they quarreled over a game of cards, in which French had won Beavers money. Heated words were followed by a fight, in which French whipped Beavers. On petting up Thorsday morning, with the lore of Lis money aud the be iting of the night before frenh in his mind, he swore he would kill French before the sun went down. When French arose he went with a friend in a sa loon to get a drink. They had scarce ly entered the door when they were followed by Beavers, who was armed with a stick, and at once attacked French, striking him one over the head with it Both then drew revolv ers and simultaneously snapped a cap at each other, neither weapon having b'on discharged. Beavers recocked his weapon and fired, the ba...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 May 1879

Exchange, ash VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, MAY 15, 1879. NUMBER 11. THE EXCHANGE WIDE & HHOOKN, Editors and Proprietors. v tCUJ KIITIO BATlJi. Tw.dollsri a year; one dollar for til siusthr; sllr tend fur three BMotbi. iistakiablt m ad- CHESTER G. BOND, Attorney aud Counselor at Law JACKSON. TENNESSEE. OFFICE on Baltimore Street, between Lib erty and Churofc. jan-ly Stoult I. IUts. Essist L. Uru.oct. HILLOCK &. HAYS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OFFICE oer Neeljr k VybJ .Tints "ore j.n lr JAlRdO.V. Th.W. U. B. Bt.ci, Laie Circuit J ode'. W. M. VrCiLL. Tens. Trenton, lens. BLACK & McCALL, ixomjrs.irLAir. OJwm t Trenton ul Milan, lenn. W ill practice in (libnon and a ioininit coua tie. and in the Supreme and Felerl courts at Jaik'on. and ia tite Fuderal curU at Mem vbi,. eut.-ly JAS. R. DEASOX, Attorney at Law! Tkkxton, Tkx.n. 1")U0M1'T attention riven to.busine. m. x. IIAIX. T. 11. HARWOOll. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. , TKEN10N. TENN. Frvinpt In 'llertms- feUC-ly Htm A. fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 May 1879

inlttii in ririiiin. V ILAN. TENNE SSEE These are people in New York whose sole business is arranging goods in shop H'indows. A SEW industry in the United States is the production of fruit syrups into competition with French manufactures which have hitherto had the markets of the world. Lottie Fowler, a Bridgeport spirits nalist, preached several years ago that an explosion would occur in a certain carriage factory, and the building was soon shattered. Lately she said that a boiler in a brass foundry was going to burst, and the female employes have since refused to work. , No grimmer " satire could ever " be achieved than that perpetrated by Mme, Bonaparte. She was defiantly proud of her imperial name during life, and yet at her death the coffin bore a plate read ing, " Elizabeth Patterson." Only that and nothing more. The dead threw back the insult upon the family that had insulted. The jewels of Mme. Bonaparte were appraised, at the request of the execu tors, by Joseph Gale, jewel...

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