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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 May 1879

SOUTHERN F1EX ASD HOIE. Whtt m Fhm D! Il - At a recent meeting of the Mchu' tu board of grlcnltore, Judge Bennet uted in an addrem what a deed of a farm include: Of course, he taid, eyery one knows it conTera all the fencM standing on the farm, but all might not think it also in' eluded the fencing stuff, poU, rails, eta, which had once been ustd on the fence, but had been taken down and piled up icrluture dm aeain in the same place, But new fencing material just brought and never attached to the soil would not paM. So piles of hop poles stored an ay, if once used on the land, have been consid ered a part of it; but loose boards or scaffold poles laid loosely across the beams of the barn and never fastened to it would not be, and the seller ot the farm might take them away. Standing trees, of course, also pass as part of the land ; to do trees blown or cut down and still left in the woods where they fell, but not if cut or corded up for sale; the wood has then become personal proper...

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. — 29 May 1879

lUMIlUAtliLHIIII LEacctxasBssaa THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 29. 1879. McfJCtfOIlCSTILLt. EdiUrt Euxftange: As time glides cn our current items rmw more and more eluggUh. Not Laving an slrawlterry shipments nor rise and fall of firms, etc., to write about, you will please make allowance for my covering the deficiency of news with what a designated "trash." On the 18th I was at the foot wash ing at old Shady Grove, but on ac count of the lengthy sermons and op pressive heat, together with my clam orous appetite, 1 was obliged to leave before the washing took place, and consequently I haven't yet witnessed the like. I noticed that the Milanese were out en matse. An "elaborate" fishing exenrsion originated from here on the 21st iust. The place of meeting was the old ren dezvous, Wilder's mill. Our party was met there by McKenzie's prettiest and most gallant. Wuh the bewitch ing strains of music were blended the sounds of croquet malleting, and it was at a late hour when the happy picniec...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 June 1879

Exchange. r.-n- LJLJlL. VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JUNE o, 1879. NUMBER M. nn Milan THE EXCHANGE ' " waih: nuoouM. Editor and Proyrirlttnu M'HS RlrTIOX KATtfi. Tw. dollar a rear; dollar tureix monthi; tfly eenU for three month. lsvitiAULT IX 1D- CHESTER G. BOND, tttomry and Counselor at Iaw J A K SON. T EN X KSSEE. I l l: . i . "'tim irc Street, letweeo I.ib y :id Cuun b. .i:il'-ly or Fu.k.l.T 1. Hit. F.llSEST J. BlU.OCK. UlLLOCK Si. HAYS. ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OFFICE over X juV ly ely rVbe' Irug sore. JAlKSOX, TKNX. ti. It. Bt.AOK. l.ae Circuit Judge. Irculon. Tenn. M. McTl.L, Milan, 'ienn. BLACK & McCALL, i t n VI'IV' I T T J H' J (Wi Trenton and Milan, Tenn. W:II practice in liibsun and n Ijoiaing coun ic m1 in Itie Supreme and Federal courts at Ji..,n. aaid in the Federal court at .Meiu- dus. fent.Vly jan. . ii:aso.. Attorney at Law! TiiExrox, Tkxs f"ROMPT attention given to busineM. W. M. HALL. X. JJ. IIAKWOOD. HALL & IIAltWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TKtNTON.. TENN. Prompt Im...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 June 1879

nnooiis. iitoiniD ricriiitoit. MILAN. TENNE SSEE A laege number of postmasters in wnall places hare given bonds for con aiderable amounts in order to sell the refunding certificates. They are in local ities where they can not sell many and it is supposed that speculators have in duced them to send for the bonds .and then sell them out in bulk. When General James Simonds was Ironed in Charleston, S. C, the other day, there was borne in the procession a Sag with which the' father of the deceased charged, in Colonel Washing ton's regiment, at Cowpens and Eutaw Springs. General Simonds was speaker of the South Carolina house when that state seceded, and afterwards command ed a brigade. The figures oi the estimated compara tive cost of the several routes proposed for the ship canal to unite the Atlantic and Pacific, as given in yesterday's dis patch, are probably wrong. A Paris dispatch says the sub-contractor on the cost of the work, reported that the Tehuantepec project would coat 40, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 June 1879

1C arm and Plantation. Ths powibili'.ie s of American apricul ture can be Lett appreciated by review ing the facta that the area of arable landa in the United States exceeds 1,500,000, O00 square miles, while the area at pres ent under cultivation is ettimatfd to be 174,900,000 acre, or lew than 275,000 square miles. It is probable that the next census wDl abow a valuation of farms exceeding $11,000,000,000, and an annual production of $3,000,000,000. The fact that more than one-half of all our people who are engaged in the ordi nary pursuits of life are directly em ployed in agriculture is at once a suffi cient evidence of its universality and importance. In the year 1878 there were 51,008,000 acres in Indian corn, producing 1,371,' 000,000 bushels ; 82,208,000 in wheat, with a yield of 422,000,000 bushels; 13,176,000 in oats, giving 411.855,000 bushels; 1,790,000 in barley, showing a crop of 42,000,000 bushels; 1,621,000 in rye, with 25,800,000 bushels, and 673,000 acres in buckwh...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 June 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1879. Snow fell near Chicago last Mon nn.i fires and overcoats were in "v lemarid. In the judicial election in Illinois Chicago gives the Democracy 10,000 majoritj. ThU intelligence ia re freshing. It is understood that the Supreme Court will conclude hearing cases to morrow, Friday, and Adjourn the lat ter part of next week. The Court of Arbitration will sit for a longer term it is thought. The renort Lhat there had been i two deaths from yellow fever in Mem pi. id u positively denied by the doc tors and leading citizens of that city, and we believe them. Keep cool and don't become alarmed without J real cause. Colored men wfo excavated the mound on Major Field's plantation near Union Springs, Alabama, have discovered a skeleton of an Indian warrior buried, sitting erect, on a skeleton horse. Large lumps of gold and sheets of isinglass decorated the relie. . Canilietta is becoming prodigiously fit. He has tried Turkish baths, and five mile walks, and ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 June 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. J I'M: ". 17'J. RAII.ROAIs TlWfc TABI IX CMrK.fct.I.aia SwrlMM R.R. Trains leave Milan as follows oa and after April 7. 1S?J. ri,'K"'' TtAIJU. No. 1. north, leaves at 1:1? pra No. 3. " h: t. soota, ' 12:V irni ...11:"IR i Tuna about ifteen minute slower than tn time. l - lE.. At-ut, .Milan. J tj M ANN. f l t. Jackson, tenn. ciMM'l.tK, li. '. Jt T- A.. New Orleans. I'. K. MOKEY.li. T. A.. New Orleans. lnlavillc Xaatotill H. K. K. Traios leave Milan a follow vd anJ alter April 7il!. No. 1. south, leaves at 12:Vain No. " " 1(10 pin ho. 2. north, " !: fin No. 4, " ' -:'.' aiu A. V. LOViXU. Ait-nt. C. T. ATMORE. O. F. CANTWF.I.L. tiu. V. k T. A. l.uml Ticket Ag't- t'Ol'STT AM CITY ll IttXTOB T. COUNTY OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold. Sheriff. 11. C. Holme. County Court Clerk. K . E. Raines, Chancery Clerk . Trenton T. J. Williams, Chancery Clerk. Humboldt. W'm. Moore. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M. M.Jolinaon.Lnw Curt Clerk. Iluiubolr't IJ- O. f axli-ton. Coroner. t. C. Loni. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 June 1879

elected jroetry. KARTfl. by ak l. irrzzrr. h, Eanh 1 Ok, Earth He- Uir, fcr lutitul, bow pard 1 hoa art, ob. Earth I Jbrv i pilsrim in th tnel baol, Tb: i iarew, with f?ht, shiny wing, A rout. 1 'he lUbt of lif Ms! bred laud of w-t anJ o.iy '.hinRt I Crsnieii of dreame! W-'r-in the 'pti!nr,d soul delights to roBin, BeiJcvtBj I that good, and lordly seems Kot::!a-i snd Ta-s, and woods, and CTJstsl :r. aws IUsa pictures of that tat-ofT, angel home, Whose glory brtaks U nugta atari and lumet (.'earns: ' " " Bca':. cf ucdylnt fow'ri, and nlghtlees skies. Lore-lighted Paradiee 1 Uh, Larth ! Oh, Earth ! Do its th-ough thy years, like fallirg lea Tea we fray, BevLir g the path that Icali to trath and light. Bat tTil loiBgt hare dimmed onr fplnt eight, - a c 1 rf ! we lose our way -In the drear ahadowa of ain'i atarleaa night. Th-n the world mocks os. and we turn ai d flee Tl.-el, sitk, and tempert-beavn, lack to the! Oh, matber, mother Earth 1 AJter l.U'i fereriah hattie there 1s rest. Be'...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 June 1879

SOUTHEEX FAKX ASD HOME. ;rra CalltTatlM. The following, taken from the New England Fanner, ehows how they raise corn in "ew Hampshire. We may not be willing tr expend as much labor and care upon the crop here, but there are some hints in this that it would not be ami, to take: , , The subject that most claitri my thought just now is corn plowing. It Burprwes me to we how little skill the majority of armors apply to corn rais ing. Tne Mine old style of preparing the soil ; the same old rytern of manur ing; the i-ame old method of planting; the aame old ways of cultivation, and the same old mode of harvesting. Some of as farmers act as if it was "revealed" to our great-great-grandfathers just how to raise corn to the best advantage. Since men of bu-inesa bid up on the salary of the "bars," my help has been short to carry on the necessary work of the farm. Necessity has driven me to plan W do much work with little help, and when I do hire I always plan to carry a double swath. Believin...

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

TIIE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JUNE fi. 179. Written tirlUEwmm. SWEET SPLIT! IU:. lUmotallaf litude To lit lone in reninc' bur. And watch the un'i departing rar. That linper ere ther so to ki The tiny flower "good-niKht," Uih rears U lendr furin to meet tbe t milo Ufd.y't decline that i.lr in oft An J unint diie in the rale. On hill", and distant iuniinUin-to. Nor yet. nor yet, if 't all, ly far. Of tolitude to nui amidet The nilont irrorc where every bird ilu huued it note of tact-tu t joy I Or wander lonely in the woods, Where there ii do kind human face To meet ue or our weary way ; J or even a vocal tonnd to cheer Our hearts, and break the silent 1I That thruwt it gloomy uiactle o'er Our aouU, and wavei its tarred wand Olfelf-insi.irini dreams acroM The path that winds inyteriou.ly .Among the flowers and thorns that grow Alternately in funr'o realm. Oh. no ; these are uot all that mako T' fuel the uawer of loneliness, For often in the gathcrinir crewtl. Where friend uieeU friend, in jo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 June 1879

Mi The AN VOLUME YI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JUNE 12, 1879. NUMBER 15. RANGE. 5 THE EXCHANGE VADK BROOKK. r.dilora tnd Pr.prl-I.r. KCBHCKirTIOX KATKS. Tw dollars a year: one dollar for six teonthf ; nfly etDti fur three month, uv abiablt ik ad frit. . CHESTER U. BOND. jtir.(.- iid Counselor at Law .' K(S. TKXXKSSEE. Or rlt'E on V.aitiuor. Street, between I.i drty and flinMi. tan8-lr rbatLY I. Hats. EasrtiT L. Bcu.ock. HILLOCK 4. HAYS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 0. B. Bi.r. LaAe 'iree.il Judge. W. 1L MflC all. Milan. Trenton. l.ua. leea. BLACK & McCALL, AiroLVj;rs Ar,Air. Otre ai Tradm and itUaa, lenn. W ill practice in J i.o. .4 "TS? ttai ind in ill iupri-iiiw - . - jMkwV. Md in the federal court. ejJ" J AS. II. DEAKO.Y, Attorney at Law ! Tbextox, Tkkx. J)RwMrf attention five t. business. W. M. II ALL. T. K. HAKWOOIJ. HALL & HAKWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TREXT'iX. TEXX. Fr.mpl In felrflly '.Via A.fwurra. Trenton. Tenn. E. J. Rich m, AImiu". tenn- Jso. II. Walkku. Trenton. Tenn. Cooper, Buchan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 June 1879

ft3 BHOOKB MILAN. TENNE SSEE Eeowe, in Zulnlund, fa not pronounc ed at all it fa sneezed ; and the savages who invested It were up to snuff. A JCDOK baa decided that a woman is not an "old maid" until she ia thirty fire. . Psofeseob Longfellow bu bad a eift of a pen made from the iron let- ten of Bonivard, the prisoner of Chil Ion. The socket is made of gold set with three rare gems, and the handle fa piece ef oak from the frigate Constitu tion. " I AM not," wrote Mr. Ralph "Waldo Emerson the other day, " in a condition to make visits or to take any part in conversation. Old age has rushed upon me in the last year and tied my tongue, and hid my memory, and thus made it a duty to stay at home." Among the articles found in the etreets of Paris in one week and deposit ed at the prefecture of police, were a thousand franc bank note, twelve gold watches, eight ear pendants, nine brace lets, fifteen portemonnaies, and a number ef snuff-boxes, silver watches and other articles. Benedict Ar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 June 1879

k arm and jjlantation. m Kaierleaes With ArllrafcM Lat spring I selected a corner in each of two fielda where water was accessible. and planted them in three kinda of arti chokes, to wit: the red Brazilian and two white varieties, name to me un known. They were planted on trround nearly even in quality, the former ha? ing the advantage. In yield the foimer cornea oat third best for meope of the white varieties being much more prolific and sweeter. My hogs are doing finely on them, requiring but little other food at thh time of the year. From my little xperience, I had as lief think of carry ing cattle through the winter without grain, as shoats or hogs through fall, winter, or spring without artichokes. 'They should be planted in pieces having one strong eye each, about twenty Inches apart, in rows about thirty inches apart, and kept out of fence corners and away from the outside row around the field, handy to water, if you have it. My cows follow my hogs, eating such arti chokes as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 June 1879

win? T7vnrr a -rfin? THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1879. Memphis proposes to celebrate the Fourth of July in grander stjle'this year than ever before, CoL Jilson P. JohnBon, proprietor of the Maxwell House, Nashville, Tenn., died of Erysipelas on Tuesday. Snow storms prevailed in Vermont and New Hampshire last Friday night. Crops are much injured by snow and frost. On the same night frost did se rious damage to corn and. vegetables in Wisconsin. The supreme court, as per an nouncement, adjourned on Tuesday. Chief-Justice Dead rick and associates, Judges Cooper, McFarland and Tur ney, passed through Milan on Tues day. The arbitration court will con tinue to sit at Jackson for some days J- An English down, Billy Walton, was buried according to his dying wish There was a procession of the perform ers in 'costume and paint, the band occupying the gaudy circu3 carriage, the airs being "In some far sultry, clime," Ac, and as the grave was fill ed his brother clowns turned a somer sault over it The e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 June 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JUKE 12, 1879. RAII.HOAD TIME TABLU. l'klrai,RI. UiltAXraOrlMM B.K, Trainr Imti MiUa aa fallows ob and aflf-r A rnl 7. 1S7V. rxmriet tbais. lie. t. Burtk. latw at 1:1 tn X. 1. - x:3ipm fee. 2. Svetli, " , li-.Ji m e. 4. " " li:pi Tim about fifteen minatet slower than tuB a tiaw. J C. t,J'ti. Agt-al, Milan J.U V tNV .aii'L Jukun.Tenn. F. Cll AXIM.LK. i. P. AT. A ..New Orleans. X). B. MuKbi.U.T. A.. New Orleans. larill XaB villa U4. . K. B. Train l-v Milan a follow aa aad after April Ti SH. piagiaoaa tbaim, . 1, (oath. Lear ai., ,.12:10 am . 2. bob. - 4. " .ni , l:3i am A. W. LOVIXU. Agent. C. P. ATMORE. 41. U. CAKTVYIXL. tfaa, P. A I. A. JUcaJ Ticket Ag'fc ('OlITTilB CITT DIKKCTOXY. COUNTY OFFICERS. I. B. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. liuUi. Cxusif Com Clark. K. E. Raine. Chancery Clerk. Trenton T. J. WiUiasa. CUaaarr Clark. UiuawdiL. M a.. Moor. Circuit Clark. Trenton. II. H. JuhaaMO. La CaftCUrk.UaUi,t. 15. O. CarM. Coroaer. J. C. Long. Trastae. J. M. iBlter.Superin...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 June 1879

elected Jjoetry. THE TIKE OF UTBBI 1M BBlrr, From tut depth of tb green garden-cloaca. Whew the tummer in dirtirn dona, T;'l aatoran flack treat hli hand ; ' Ad hour glaaathat hoi di not aeaad; Front tb mo that flower-bed lnctoar To tb atone and mm gr on the itrand, tw red wa th niio ol tb roae ' OTer to ro-crowned land ! Tee time of Iowa I brief ; From the first fur Joy to the grief t at tali wboi ke li trewn old. Frcm the warm, wild kiaa to the cold, From tb red t tae wbtte-roae leaf, They aa bnt aeaaon to aeem At roee-leal loat am atresia That Dart not and paaa not apart i apirit from dream to dream, Aa Borrow from beart to heart. From the bloom and the gloom that incloae TiM death-bed of lor wher he deces T!H a relic he left not of eand - - -'- . To tb hour-glae that break! is bia hand, from the change in the Bray garden-cloeee To the last it ray gnu of tb atrand, A zaln and rain of rosea -Over the red row laii. , ,' . tories jjor tho isireside. CALLED TO ACCOUNT. Some years ago...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 June 1879

SOUTHEKX F4RM AXD HOME. Others may acquire a right of way over your tsrm in either one of three modes: 1. By purchase or grant irom you; 2 Br long continued ue or jre ecription; 3. E actual neceUy.' Ab to the first method, to gain a permanent right by purchase or grant, It mngt have been bj a regular aud complete deed, executed in the ssme way as ir deed or the land ittlt. the bargain was only oral, or if it was even in some simple written parx-r, but not in a formal deed ULder seal, it would, even though fully paid for, be in law revocable a mere license, as it is called and might be terminated, at the mere wish of the land owner, by a notice to the other party to ue it no longer. I eiDg a kind of inter est in land, the strict law requires it to be conveyed by a deed (2 Gray, 302; 2 Allen, 578). The second moe, by pn scription, re quires length of time twenty years at least; and the way must have been used continuously, peaceably and under a claim of right to do so, and not by your...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 June 1879

HTT"0 lVnTT a T1T THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1879. The Cutworm. Editors Exdianje : That class of insects in the science of entomology, called IppldapUra, in cludes the moth or butterfly epecies ; the BietaraorplKwes or changes which they puss through are from the ova or egg to the larvte, worm or grub, then the cli'-yaalu, and then the moth, with six legs and four wings attached to the corselet. The moth deposits its egg in manure or earth during the summer season, and the state of incu bation clones at the hatching season early in the spring. After that time the larvje changes to the chrysalis, mid lastly to the moth about the first of June. Their depredations are done during the larvre stage in the night, w hen ttiey return at early dawn to the roots of vegetation, which they subsist upon. A severely cold winter does not interfere with their in crease, while a cool, late spring favors their reproduction. The moth or fly can be seen during the summer crawl ing ou and about the windows. It ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 June 1879

1- H VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JUNE 19, 1879. NUMBER 16. T MILAN THE EXCHANGE E4ltertj mm Proprietor. uriWCEIITIOS BATKH. Twe dollan a year; out dollar for fix aaoatht; bfty Mite for Uiree month, istabiaklt l e- lAfCK. CHESTER G. BOND. Attorney aud Counselor at Law JACKSON. TEJTXKSSEE. "imCE Baltimore Stmt, between Lib- Warty and ( ban k. jaus-iy HwaiLTl.Hva. Emn L. Bcllocx. HILLOCK, ft. HAY! r ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OmOC .rrr Sealy rrW Drat fre, j9 If JACka02.Tr,iX S.B. Ui-ack. Late tlrenil Jadce. W. M. Mrfiat, Alilaa. Trenton. Traa. Teaa. BLACK & McOALL, A1T0RXEVS AT LAW, Offitet ut Trenton and Milan, leim. Will araetiee ia IliUi and a 'joininr eoaa- yM, Ua ia the liaareme and Federal courtt at ukw, and in the federal eourU at Man raw. witviy JA8. R. DEASOX, Attorney at Law! Trkstos, Tens. IROMPT attentiaa airea t barineM. fehri-ly W. M. HALL. T. P HARWOOD. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TRENTON. TENN. rrorapt la ollftw- febfi-ly Wm A t'uopm, TreaUa. Tenn. E J. Btxn. Alam...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 June 1879

( ilvoae a b rioriutili.' MILAN, tenne sse e: The Yellowstone valley is one of the x&oet. fertile tracts on tkii continent, and since' ibe extension of the Northern Pacific road across the Missouri, is rap lHj fining up with aettlera;:"'!: "t""' It ia jioK-cWffledrfcr. WashlngtoB that in the month of Hay It is the meet beautiful city in the country. The thirteen thousand young trees, planted a few yean ago, add greatly to the attractions of the city at this season. An instance of the chepn88 at which books ' can "hi rmbSehed ir'the recent fcirieby tne ""American Bible society of complete 'biblef at 1 twenty-five cents MhkJThe'' Jjexi fiite but, clear ; the ske not too great for the pocket. New Testaments are issued at five cents a CDpy' Tee largest stock raising farm in the world has just been formed in Colorado, by the amalgamation of the Hermosilla and Huerjano ranches, near Pueblo. The farms .together contain nearly 100,- 000 aCTe-more thai 156 square miles sad havesome l'O.O...

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