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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 June 1879

arm ana tjlantation.' JL correspondent of the Farm and Fireside y s : Oat gret trouble with some farnV" is the habit of over plow ing. They creak up a piece of land and plow it five or 8'x 7e,r in succession, until it will net P reduce over three fourths of an averse crop. At the same time their meadow lnd deteriorates and Is in the same condition. We have learned by observation and experience that it is not best to plow the fc.ime land more than three year in suc&tssion. Then it should be seeded. The first year there will be little or no weeds in the grain ; the second year weeds will be more plentiful; the third year tbej quantity will be much greater, and thus weeds increase every year till some fields produce as large a quantity of weeds as grain. The main point in order to secure good crops is plowing. Farmers should remember if they only half plow a piece of land it will 'produce but half a crop. Plowing should be commenced as early as possible and never should be done in ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 June 1879

THEEXCHAXGE THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1879. THAT SETTLEMUM AGAIN. After more than three wet La of screwing and twisting Bro. Brutoa has at last attempted to answer the questions propounded bj us relative to the state debt settlement His re tponses are mere quibbles, evasions and excuses, adroitly prepared to save bis crooked, loose and conflicting record on the issue from the pounds ings of public criticism. It is not necessary here to reproduce our cate chism, but, in justice to our cotempo rary, we copy the replies in full. "The article, taken from the Milan Exchange, appeared two weeks ago, and the question propounded being ir relevant and not nearing on the ques at issue, we did not feel like indulging in pleasantry or dealing in pastime di versions in discussing a question of such magnitude as the State debt and the measure sought to be inaugurated for its adjustment and final settlement But the Tribune and Hun in the ab sence of valid argument to sustain its position in favor of the ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 June 1879

. Mil HF WrgB THK EXCHANGE : THUllSOAY. JUNK 19. lt7. K41l.Roa.Is TlVt: TABI IJi. Trains leave Miiaa as fojlun ua aad after fiHrXiif. TUMI, . 1. U'.fiU. leaves at - I:l5 pm . 3. ' , 2:35 pm soul. " - 12:5 pm io.a. " ......11:31 pm I tine about biumq isuiuiea slower man uiwn iiwe. J C. U-r-fcZ. Agent, iiilau. f. O. MANX. e'ap't. Jackson. Tenn. . CHM)LtH, G. P. T. A. ..New Orleans. l. b. JuOKEV.G. X. A..NfwOrlos, ulavlllc- A KMhvUlc A. M. S. K. R. Trains Wn Milu aa follow! ea aai after April Ti 1. south. lea.es iX.. 12:S1 m No... " " l:rt)pu So. nort . 2. north. " J:Uf)pm x-.ttau A.W.IiOVIKG. Aent, C. P. ATMOBE. 0. F. CANTWELL. (ico. I', A X, A. Local liokt Ak'U VOl'STY AD CITT aIRF.rTOKY coi;Ty officers. J. B, 4rn4d, lwriff. 11. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. V.. K. Kaiues. Clwweery Clerk, Treatoa- If. J. Williams, Ckaucfry Clerk. UuuU.uUt, Win. Moore, Cirouit Clerk. Trenton. M. 11. J.hnsun, Uf Ceert Clerk. HnuiUWt. JJ. 0. 1'wletou, Cotutu. I. C. Ijnng, Trustee. James A - Celt. Count...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 June 1879

elected oetry. OLD ASI RCW TISib T rr iinb tw wrll we know tbst figur limned 'B every slmsnae's firat pet : ae beard unnborB, the ball ontrlnmied, i e gaont llmbe bowed and bnt with a; j'lat wcll-krrwn (t!ass with ids ru oat; . That wjtna that ha was wont to wield th hj I)' 4 areas, tbat made oa doubt ?ti provna in ' harrest fle'd. At, hlra we kniw! Bat who comes her. Franked wl'h the fashion ol the town ? rta apriuia'd, who, in jest or Jeer, Man a o!d Timn'i well-iroitcd crown? Tain ia paint 1 Youtb'a freshert down Thronth penciled wrlcklxaabowa too toon r?e rritat misrhiewrus fsee of clown eoeeth the maak of pantaloon I douhtinl jest, bowe'Vr well played, F mock the abow of fleetlnc. breath 4h yOHth'e light ajub, nd masquerade This mant step-bro? ber o! grim death T m tbia moralist to teach The equal late of small and laieje f eace yet one moirent g1"re him speech 3tore we gWe the erainp Jn charge ! ' j iran no grace traao tboM who dream Time only was, and from tb past rUl draw th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 June 1879

ESATE. In tbe houte, or the -7tb, th bill ittki,(; additional af propristiona for the f fwVvgiee department was passed. Ad jj?0 rued until Monday. In tbe senate, en the 9cb, Mr. Coke's jes;ution-to discharge the finance corn uittee from further ponsideratioa tI the Warner siivet bill, and to declare it before toe senate for action, was laid before the cate, bit : postponed until to-eaorrow (In iiiotif.n of Mr. Harris. Mr. McDonald's bill authorizing the employment of the mi litia and the land and naval force of the United States in certain cases was taken up, &nd Mr. Harris made n speech in favor ef tfce bill. Adjourned. a. In the senate, on the 10th, the legleOa tve and judicial appropriation bilJ was re ce.Ted from the house and referred to the committee on eppropriatitms A concur rent resolution providing for adjournment Jane 17th in received. Referred to the committee on appropriations Mr. Coke moved to tike ap Mid consider tbe resolu-t-cn discharging the committee on financ...

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. — 19 June 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JUNE 19. 1879. cottox piawtixo. Effects of the Revolution in the southern SystemWhat the Histitttippi Valley Planters' Association Proposes to Ac complish. The following address was delivered by Mr. E. F. Morehead, president of the Mississippi Valley Cotton Plan ters Association, at its recent meet ing in Vicluburg : It affords me great pleasure to in form the Association of ;he satisfacto ry work accomplished in the past month, the effect of which should be an encouragement to all as to the suc cess of its great and beneficent objects. I look on the general interest mani fested in this Association, the flatter ing tone of the press, and the alacrity shown by various communN ties to enlisk under iu broad banner of reform, apart from the success it assures to the Association itself, as a most encouraging sign of the times, and without metaphor, the break of a bright dawn for our country's good. The very nature of our former habits and institutions educated our ...

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. — 26 June 1879

Milan Exchange, JtLfcti VOLTJ VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JUNE 26, 1879. NUMBER 17. THE EXCHANGE WADE RKOOHN, Editor aad Proprietary. sriwmiPTios KATK8. T dollar a year; one dollar for six months; ttftr hdU for tbre months, iktauablt ik - CHESTER G. BOND, Attorney and Counselor at Iaw JACKSOX. TEXXESSEE. OFFICE nti Baltimore Street, between Lib erty anl Cburch. j'. fTOkiLvD.il vs. EaxrxrL. Bcli.ock. HI LLOCK & HAY, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. OrTirK over Xeely A- Pyhn' lni ""re. jay lr JAt'haON. IhNX. " . H. Iti.A K. W. M. MrTi.L. Late Circuit Judge, Milan. Trenton. Tci.u. lenn. BLACK & McCALL, A 7 TORSE YS A T LA W, Offices at Trentua uti M'daa, lenn. W 'll practice in ttibson and a I joining coun ties, and in the Supreme and Federal courts at Jackson, and in the Federal eeurts at -Mem-yl.ia. sci.t,-ly JAS. II. WL.4SOS, Attorney at Law ! Tr.ENTos, Tbxn. PROMPT attention given to business. tebCt-ly W. M. HALL. T. K. IIAUWOUD. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TKE5T0X. TEXX. Prompt In ol...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 June 1879

BH.OOIB, B -!! ABB W I LAN, TENNE SSEE. The laager, which is often mentioned in reports from the South African war, is formed by an inner circle of bullocks and successive concentric circles of wagons, horses, and wagons again, t- eenung a Terr enectuai aeiense it is ttld. . .. ... Modebit pottery bpiled in oil and buried in wood ashes soon becomes very old. Ivories boiled in honey and hung up the chimney quickly become vener able antiquities. (Glass buried in a stable becomes iridescent, and many a , bottle of the time of Charles II., fished out' of the Thames, the water of which has wonderful chemical properties, has een sold as old Soman glass. i i. si f " More persons are now employed in the mills of Paterson, New Jersey, than ever before. The greatest expansion is in the silk industry. To-day there are in Faterson not less than five hundred looms owned by practical weavers, and operated under their immediate super vision in rooms, garrets and sheds, and every place where a'loom...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 June 1879

KAIJC AU SHDfE. Th donfl. are thick tad uirtlr lower; Tlie uilon Kxlilrn k would fain Pour down t DPVfr-idit!(f nbower: I Lew th jtu-ntis ol the nun, I hfir it rattle on ttie pwie (And Uien I the mint entwining Nor one rwnutirm long retain. Behold i the gentle sun is ahiuiwrl As thoneh exulting tn its pernor. The storm beau down wi'.U steady strain; Upon the ivy of the tower 1 bear the patteriuc of the rain: It swiftlj sweeps n-rm the plain An then I see the akjr renuinc And molten with a trolden stain. Behold! the gfutle ion is shinluul lieneath the storm the rattle cower; It beats aHn the rrowinir grain. And. as it breaks both bud and flower, I hr the patteriua ot the ram. From where the cluuds too long have la Tber turn, and chow a silver lining, A p;l-udid trlory conies airain. behold! the (feu tit sun is shining! r.KVoy. Althonirh liVe soma tar. faint retra I hear the pattering t the rain. The storm is past. No more repining Iiehold! the tinile sun is shining 1 J. b. M..ih &...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 June 1879

i THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JUNE 26. 1879. Proceeding of Hie Tennessee Press Association on Its Nth Annual Session. Gallatin, Jane 20, 1879. The Tennessee Press Association nVet in the Court-House at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, Col Thos Boyers, of the Gallatin Exanilricr, presiding. The address of welcome by Maj W S Munday was Cordial and earnest, and the responce by W J Slatter, of the "Winchester Home Journal, was equal ly eloqtfent, appropriate and full of fine hutnor. After the addresses the Secretary proceeded to call the roll, and the following papers were reported as represented: Murfreesboro News, R L Martin, G H Baskettc; Nashville American, TraTis Winhanij II N Rhodes, P. H Walking; Nashville Banner, John C Cook; Nashville Legal Reportei, Jas. Browne; Paris Intelligencer, R M Dickinson; Sweetwater Democrat, J H Bean; Springfield Record, Archie Tliomas; Trenton Herald, Wilson "Williams; Winchester Home Journal, "W; J. Slatter; Cleveland Herald, J B Stiles, W. F. Harrington; ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 June 1879

THE EXCHANGE THl'lLSDW. Jl'NE 1!C, 187a. K11I.UUAU TIKE TABLtK. hlrat,M. I.oui. VwliUm R.R. Trains leae Milan at follows on and after April;. IH7V. rASxtxatt Ttiixi. 1. Burlk, leavee at 1:1 pm . 3. " - pm e. 2. south, " 12:55 pm 4, " ll::pia Tim about Bfleen minutes flower thnn town time. J. C. LoPtii. Agent, Milan. 1 6 MANN. don't. Jackson. Tenn. V. (HANDLER, G. P. A T. A.. New Orleans, b. B. MoREY. fl. T. A., New Orleans. ..alevlllc A- Xaabvllle CULI.B.R. Trains leava Milan as follows en ami after April ,i laTV. . 1, south, leaves aL -. 12:0 gai J.. . " Mpm Jo. t. north, " . LOOpm Ko. f, " " ..... . 't:Um A- W. LOVING. Agent. C. P. AT MORE, O. t. CANTWF.LL, lien. P. A T. A. Local Ticket Aa't- l'CKTT AM CITY III KIATOK Y. COUNTT OFFICERS. i. B. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. Holme. County Coart Clerk. B. K. Raines, Chancery Clerk,Trenton. T.J. William. Chancery Clerk, llnuitoldt. Wm. Moore, Cirouit Clerk. Trciiloa. U II. J.bason, Law Coart Clerk, II onbffk't. 0. 0. arleton, Curoaer. 4. C. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 June 1879

BY DKUK-HE1D C0CET-3tlRTUI. A Thrilling Eptaoda of tbm CItA War. When Gen. Bragg established Lis headquarters at Murfreesboro he had a r&ost brilliant staff around hirf. None among them, however, could compare with CoL Orton. lately transferred from the Army ef Virginia, and who now fceld the pcsitiea of Inspector General with the rank of C oloneL He was tall and had a physique not often equaled, rv.rely if ever excelled. Added to the race of his person was a facility of speech that was truly wonderful. Ilia tones were full and eonorous, his mind toie.I with every species of knowledge, and all seemed to lie at the call of the c :iv Graduated in a university and at West Point, it was supposed that he was well calculated to shine in society. Eat. though possessed of t lose wonder ful gifts of mind and pereen.he lacked one thing, end that defect rendered all Las acconrj lishnienta of little force in tie srmy. He was haughty and super cilious te a decree that repelled all in tercour...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 June 1879

SOUTHERN FIRM AXD DOME. The 1m; wr tru Worn. The insect is with us every year. In ordinary Masons, when it is not exces sively numerous, it is seldom noticed : 1., because the moths are low, swift fly ers, and nocturnal in habit ; 2., because the worms, when young, have protective coloring, and when mature, hide during the day at the base of meadows. In years of great abundance the worm a e generally unnoticed during their early life, and attract attention only when, from crowd ng too much on each other, or from bavins exhausted the food sup ply in the nelds in which they hatched, they are forced from necessity to migrate to fresh pastures in great bodi.-s. The earliest attain lull growth and commence to travel in armies, to devastate our fields, and to attract attention, about the time that winter wheat is in the milk this period being two months later in Maine than in southern Missou ri, and they soon afterwards descend into the ground and thru suddenly disappear, to insue again t...

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. — 26 June 1879

THE EXCHAKGE ESTABLISHED IN 1841. BEAUTY AT THE BATH. Louisville Foundry and Machine Shop. An Interesting Incident that Be fell One of Philadelphia's Belles. S. E. COR. MAIX AXD TEXTH STREETS. A. P- Cochran. THURSDAY, JUNE M, 1879. J. "VV. Ainsjlie. Ceo. insilio. MODERATE DIUSKIXC.. The Opinions of the Ooctors on the Ike of Stimulants. London Timet, June 3rd- If we patsa on to consider the use of alcohol as an article m diet, the opin ions of the medical profession are on ristakable, Tbey have been ex pressed within the last few months in a series of articles in the Contempora tj Review, written by some of the most eminent physicians and eurjeons in London, and among which those of Sir James Paget and Dr. Moxon were especially noteworthy. It niiHt be remembered that the writers have no claim to any occult knowledge on the subject, but that they are trained observers of the conditions which promote or modify health, and that they are stimulated to observe correct' ly by the degree in...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 July 1879

1. M ELAN oiXCHANGE, ME VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, JULY 3, 1879. NUMBER 18. THE EXCHANGE WAKABBMKN, Kiall.ra apd Prapri.tam. m'Bkt'KirTIOX BATES. Tv. 4ollar rr; ana dollar for (is sntht; CHESTER G. BOND. Attoruer and Couuselorat Law J4CK60X. TEXSESFEE. OFFICE up BalUmoic Stead. UtfMD Lib-rtj- and Uari-h. jimiMy CrviiLy D.IUti. Ekkt L. Bllloc. lit L1XCU A. If Al, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Orrif E w eir PrW lni mo, janMy JA KaON. Tl.SK. O. B.r.LM-X. , , LaU'irajt Jadaa, M. McG'tix. Xihta. Tena. BLACK & McCALL, AllVHXKYS AT LAW, ()fe$ at Trtntv and Milan, lenn. Will l-ractiea in Uibon and atjoininr. tie antl ia the fcunreme and federal court f at aarkwn. aadia the Federal carta at Meia .Ui. . ct,t.-ly Trenton, lean. It. DEASO. Attorney at Law ! Tbkxtok, Tksx. TROM PT attention riven U burlnece. W. M. HALL. T. K. IIAItWUOl. HALL A HARWOOI), Attorneys at Law. TREXTON. TESX. rnmal la lallcctla. feb6-ly Vui A .t'vurca, Traatwa. T.nn. B. J. KciiXK. Alain. Venn. Jan. K, Wtki.lrtiiUn.Tan. Csope...

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 July 1879

iBilTDilin raoraiiTOas. MILAN, TENN6 $?EE, Mb. Edisos, it la reported, after spend ing to much valuable time and means on the elabotatiotifof; hi tbjeorj ofcthe electric liJtnH nsa uruppeu 11. uu ucviuc i mj u"" ' I Conn. The largeconettionA:jUBil. iftiAf raulta of the Smithsonian institution are in a fair way to become exposed to public Tiew one of these days, work hav ing begun on the national museum, for Mhiih AAHfrMM a appropriated fzou.wv The building is to cover two and a half I .v j 'm AniJtxl 'titI anTinc" . I acre, aid Vifl be ncisbed,iiextpring, The postoffice" department" at Wash ington ! fesUng a new canceling stamp, whifih laWl) many at the de partment as the best thing that has ever been tried. The canceling agent is heat The stamp h heated by a tiny gas jet within the handle. The impression made is very distinct and can not be removed, The police of Chicago had occation to make a raid npon the optf a "ticket ecalper" in that cfty recently; tod amoag the stock covered ...

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

jjrarm and plantation. A VIMft mm rla Fatfwrc I 1 1 is 60 eauy to htve tie above it wies to me every farmer should htve me, if he ha my good land. Bat he Jnast begin at the proper time to make the preparation. A farmer cannot have a winter pasture if he waits until winter to Mart it, aa many do. Now ia the time to think about it and commence the preparation. To the intensive farmer; the farmer who lives en his place; who expects to remain on it; who takes aa interest in the business ; who recognizes the value of and neces sity for practice! experiments, I would oner tne following snegestions, and at the fame time commend them with the confidence that arises from practical xperience for several years. If rich land or even moderately good land i9 used, I do not believe there will be any -disappointment to the most careless farmer that will make the experiment, if I may so call it, that I suggest. Using stubble land, aay turn it over after a season in August. In September lay off rows ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 July 1879

THE EXCHANGE ... thijpday. jjjly 3.1879. fTflQ IS LIABLE t Onlv tarn ant) a. half milHrtne .of itv r ,v frond are represented by those vl?o El billing to accept the congpromue nria The holders of" the nthpr' nr rTr . " -r r t-ts - Railroad bond, refuse to do so, because phtj beliere tnat tb railroads to yhom thej were issued are primarily little ; that these hfiada are a first lien .or mortgage on all the property of the railroads; that the railroada are abundantly able to par, aod that thej 'are' now n the United States Cpqr inking the enforcement of thp la ta pay these bonds, principal and in terest. After the court have passed pppn the liability of the railroad com panies to the bondholders, it will be lime enough for the people of Tennes see to act on the proposition to com prxjniise. Jmp&j Avqfanche. The truth is, over three millions, instead ft "t1?0 na millions of pqods, w rTJJrepted "T twose wh0 Are willing to, accept the compromise bonds." as held by our wily cotempo. ,...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 July 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JULY 3, 1879. KAILKA TJM TABLE. . tler, at. lU 4V tt0rla ft.K. Trala mat MUaa m fUa oa aad after April T. lTVr. i..i.ikjr"t t: pa (a. I. (a. i.JU. A" 12:CJ pn iTiaia aeatfcftaen taiaata lwr then wa -liwaT J-C. LOJ-kZ. Ataat. Mil. ,4 .11: pa J.J. A' .dap't. Jackson, Tenn. L 9 . T. 4 v New Orleans. Uatotlll at KajalurUar til. N. K. K. Train Inn MiUa aa follow aad altar April ?i 17S. rtMKKOKB TBAIKa. k a. 1. iatk. leave at........... 12:30 aa fa. a. " pm Jfe. I, aorta. lH.ai Jta. 4, " " :&5am A-W. LOVING. Ageat. fi. f ATMORE. 0. F.CAXTWELL. iea. P. T. A. Local Ticket At- tel'ITT A BID CITY IMBaXTOKT. COUNTY OIUCKRA. J. . A maid, Skariff. M. C. llelmos. County Court Clark. I. Riaea.Caeaeery Clerk.Treetea. T. J. Williams. Chancery Clerk. Humboldt. m. Moore. Clreuit Clark. Trentau. M H . Jhasoa. Law Ceurt Clark. U amboldC B- 0. Carletoa. Caroaar. J. C. Loag. Treetee. flames A. Cas. Caaatjr garveyor. J. M. Coultor.MperinWadeatPaolieSoaoeU J. T. J Register. ciTr o...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 July 1879

elected Joetiyl V' ; . Httf LtiiT woenn. . . Ite! Let me. go alone 'tli better eo ; "" ' ' 1S war and Toon lie wfeiT Ur apart., -wh; abea'd yoa atop to grtereabvat n? woet ltd why eboaJd 1 noli lap ctoM your haul 7, , A Ka atari ij a pan- thine at the txwt, : ' . Add yean U do whit better thu the reet I loM toaoriceT Ah. yeat perfaapeldld. Worpeo are carloni thlnga, you know, cad , a'range. Ao-t hid to andwniand : and then bealdea, The k.y ol her and moeteott dolh efcanee, Aid o-aa, do not look at me that way . i loved yea ouea r But that wae yaateriay. .: - SomUowaeariiordoUiraaUedeep r .. 80 that Jt emneaaegea heart like thia,. ; , Ana blot out all the long aweet tbrtlAUig hour That wer.t befoie, crowned fco'.d with rapturoua l.Tiee; - ' : ' " ' , Co deep that M em blot vat beara divine. And mak heart aa baud and acid u tuise. . Fay, da sot ipeak. I never can loiget; '. . .' - let aa eay good-Lye and go our way . . ,' ' Mayhap the plotter will ttart I ram the dnit Of our put wire ...

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