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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 October 1874

THE POOR MAN'S PEXSF. ' A rich man walked abroad one ly. And poor mu waikrd Dm- rlf-uun 7i hn a pair and utamnf fam cane ty. With a pallid cberk and a hpi-a Ti And th- pallid face prranfiM-d o atand And ark lor bread from the rich man's band. The rich man aullpnlr turned askance. With a prailMTleir frown and a doubtful rlanee; . 'I've nolliinr," be aunt, "to drive to you, Oranv nucti ro.neol cantrrin crvwj Mri to' work e-'-t lo work ! I know too wel lire whinir(f lie you Ixpirara can tell." So hr faetenrd hi po"k'-t, and on he w nt Ilia h-art iintn.ichf.1 and hia wi-d-iin Ofiiu.-r. Now. Una irre.it ownrr of trol'l.-n ctore Hal liu HI a rlir.rch not Inn I), toie, Aa lordly a fane aaa man could r..i!to. And the world had rtv.n In in ihanka and ITJiRe, And all who Im Iii'M it lavUtwl fame On his Godiy frill and Chrmtian nam . The poor man pwwod, and the while ! h ilitr.il To ack of him if a mil' cwld Im- ;:ir. il lie m.h1 a mom-nt. hut not Ui p him n the truth ol the or Hie Imril v law...

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. — 1 October 1874

71 MILAN EXCHANGE. . A. AIi; I.ti.or mid rablUhrr. M lt KII'KOV UVTIS. Tiro.l-.U-r- n rear: mc .l.illor fr fit Month; fit "OUlr. lor llip 111 I !l -. IMMttl.tBLY IS ai 1 vt. A I RTIM. KiTlX -i : r r 3 ; 1 L ' ; i 1 7' 7 VI 12 ii , 7 -J.' '! 2S 1-t ' ? ,:i l"i "" 2) i .ii 7i 3o i 1" .ri .".'i in is mi .51 7"i 57 Vi ! i;i ,- ! in :i" ii m !; T-o Wi. b ... J t.r - Wck-. m' M.-iith.... Two M..ni'i. Si V. T.'h- .. 1 ii 1 r. 1 v. : -: .- m k v. u . in- Ji'Mb. if Vc.ir. , 17 i .1 " i-l '.! m 14 ll " per 'cnt. aJ- vnn on jIip B.i rat.. Triple-column :niv r' i--n:ctit.. van-T'ineiiaiinvf r;.!rs, A'l. '.Tl.i-.' ntM.t. Lo wriify p''ijil lofiti'iu, Tl .'rr-it. rri :m,'-o fin ti-: aiu rite. "J." il in lin- mouc tv.e f lcnl ti'Milinc ni!il!cr.t 2." per U'lvanv on tiic h Ikiv r.i Oliitunri'"-. Trilnitc '.f It r.-. rvctt rnrh n? r-nnrk .n n. i.-.i ili-. ..i - h-.if ii' rt-enUr , - N,.ti-- t..?- r:,l:'.iV'";r 1 All tran-i.nf Iv.'r.i-men i. in :i-1 Itpmtl torin : . .1 V I . . ..iii-ti.t-U- 'I n ri' j...

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. — 1 October 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. R VI I. HO AD T11ITIBLK. I.oaNrlllf nnd JlrmplBllrM. TRAINS KITH. Pay Expre., Mail, K.l'i t. a. V:inr. . b:'.J A.M. Vr.ii r. m. TRAIXS XORTII. :1 A. H. i:V A. If. .':) r. M . M. A. W. LoVIXti. Ac-en t. Express1, .Mail. it Orlef-, St. Laili end Chlragw. SOUTH. Vil. T:40. . K:H"A. a. ln.wr. . l'i:uor. . SORTIE, KTprcsn, 7:Vi a. . K a. . Mail. .': r. M. S:.V. r. M. P. H. HAWKS. A rent. Trains on cither rod, if nec-!sai wait half au hour for train? u the oiaer. Arrival ! Ueparfnr f th XMIa. Arrive from li- S'.mA md West at 6: IS p. m. i roin the Ea t, lh.'iS p. a. rroin the Xorth. Depart Xortk and Ea.t. 6:t'. p. m. West. 11:30 r. m. South. 9:1") a. la. J. ti. linyd. Put m a-t cr. OA'S TV OFFICERS, ons. Williams.. Sheriff. M. 0. Holmes, Caunty Onrt Cl-rk. R. E. Raines. OwnwryConrt Oerk. iVm. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. W. M. II a4 fold. Coroiu-r. J. t. M-Ewon. Trtee. 7. D. Allen, Tax Collector. . A. W. Ileff. Connty Parrcyw. A. .c.Cumy..uMrintenlBtPbli-M...

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. — 1 October 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. TnK International Tostal Conpjes h& resolved to recommend uniform rates of postajre in all the territory embraced by the postal union. A writer in the Alaska Herald thinks that in two hundred and fifty years rdtWa will be one of Use leading 6hip-buildinjr cities in the world. Corner lots are lor Bale cheap. William B. Baldwin, Esq., an old resi dent of New Haven, Conn., died recently at the are of seventy-one. About forty years ajro he applied for admission to a certain benevolent association, and a com mittee of two physicians and tliree others, apointed to examine him. reported that In their opinion he would die of consump tion within a rear. His application was accordinjrly rejected, but he outlived every one of them. Is dressing for photographs, remember that dark brown, dark green, maroon and dark plaid goods without gloss, will give a rich drab color. Silks of the same color will take considerably lighter. Snuff brown, dark leather, dark drab, scarlet, c...

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. — 8 October 1874

THE ROMANCE OF A ROSE. BY KOKA riMT. It U nttrty hondrxl run m, ' Since the dT that xhr Count le Roehmte.u Our lly animit the British tnm Met WubingtoB in Newport town. 'Twu tt month of Hrcli, and the lr u lint birrtisil vt Aioil-k hill, ;nrt and bnt iff to th'lr S bile on eiUwr me w the grand array Of a r',ult armT, French and line, Kanc-i three if-n in eliU-m, line) And the r'rencti tirrt fceot a wtloorrw roar Ol a buadml gua from Cutoim-ui aliorr. And the teIU ratijr tHit from every ateep'e, And from street to t-trwt the Sewjwrt ieop!e Kollowed and cheered, wilh a hrrty seat, lit Uovbambeaa and hit honored guest. And women oat nf the window leant. And out of the windiws smiled and aeDt Many a coy admiring g-.anr.e To the fine young olliwi ot r'ranc. And the story f that the belle of the town Kiasil a roee and flunz it down Mrirht at the f.-et ot le Jtochatnheaa; And the gallant marahal, kt-nding low, Lifted ft np with a Frenr.hmvi'i grace. And kmr-l it hack, with a glano- at the ...

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. — 8 October 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE. rditor nvt.l lnlUhr. KtB4RIITIO HVtlJi. Twe dollar a yean on-do'.ii : f - - it months; fty cent fur&roe moclt". in . ....itLf ix - TAKCK. ADYERTlIXti UATU9. Xin Werk Il 1 7S i vi 4 JM 12 W Two Week.J 1 S"( 2 T. M Ti 7 11 2V IS 00 Three Week.: 2 W) S ."K 5 J V) li '' 24 ) On Month. . 2 W 4 .r 6 21 12 w IS : . 00 Two Months- ) T (0 1"1 im 91 01 IS ( Three Month 5 7S 12 S 75 T & " (0 tm Month" . 8 0T 14 oil ) ") i i "0 V 0 'in Months- M 2S 17 7i S"i ft" 41 71 77 UU 123 uO One Year 12 J 21 00 30 Uu 57 Oj So 00 144 00 Double-column advertisements, 10 ier ccut. ad vance on the above rate. Triple-column advertij-eiuents. In j.tr ccr.t. ad vance on the above, rate. Advertisements to ownpy sjrcint position, 10 per rent, advance on the aboc tmo. Loral Xnti"K," 'in the sjine type a local reading matter.) li per rent, advance on the tbove rat. Obituiie, 1 ribiite of Ili"t (tti-ept such a rotne officially from rhrilaM? so-ieTifts, and remarks on in.-irrinaes, ...

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. — 8 October 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. ; KAILROAB TIXK-TABLC Lsalavillvand tie KmIJtA. TRAINS BOCTH. KKrvr. freTU. Iav Eiprtn, . fcl.' A. . . M. 0:&r. . l..Vf. M. Mali. TRAINS NORTH. ir.. fcP'r. . 6:00 r. A. W. LiVItf. Agent. Tli press. Mail. X OrlMt, fit. LmIb aasel Chirac. SOUTH- Miil. 7:.ut. fcWa. M. Eipmi. lirOO r. m. IfcU) r. a. SORTIL rxprf. T:V, a. IT. 8:f . . Mail. 5:Jr. 5:.V) r. . P. II. HAWKS. Agent. Trains cm crtber read, if necessary, mt half tn hour fur trains on the other. , Arrival ! Iepartre ef Ike Mall. Arrive from the Sooth and West at 6:4,1 p. m. From the East, 11:3U p. n. From the North. VIS a.m. Popart North and East. C:4J p. m. Wait. 11:30 p. m. South. 9:15 a. n. J. 0. ikijrd, Pictm aster. COfNTToFnCERS. Jons. Williams. Sheriff. T M. C. Uoltnes. County Coart Clerk. K. E. Raiurs. Chan tty Court Clerh. Vs. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. V. M. lUlford. Coroner. J. 0. McEwen. Trustee. 7. D. Allen. Til Collector. I. A. VV. County Surveyor. A. S. Currry. Superintendent P...

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. — 8 October 1874

GEXER1L jOBEYITTES. If you wish to know how many friends you jave, get into offloe ; if you wish to sniow how many yu haven't, get into Thirteen of the thirry-eipht premiums onered lor poultry at the Vermont Fair were taken by Evan T. .Sprague, ahennist uui jei twelve years old. Two hours' ride on a forrrhoat and Sunday at Long Branch make up the summer vacation of the ew lork re porter. A fearful war is raping in England be- iwcen iwo Dean?, ail about the question whether, during the prayer of consecration in the communion service, the priret should Cice tlie east or some otber point of me compass. .---. - - At the Ilanley Police Court in London the other dav, a milk seller wag fined 10 for wllinp milk containing 27 per cent, of water. 1 he analyst 6ai't that the imnuritv of the water w as proved by the presence of animalcule. Qi'een Victoria has deU'rmined to pay the debts of the Prince of Val'8. TIh-V amount to about 000.(K0. or $3,000,000. .She in to pay them in three installmen...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 October 1874

HEARTSEASE. Of nil tho l-nny rmdi Uurt McW In linirhtor cloudy wmbfr, Of all tbe flow r. that come and fO 1 ho whole twtlv monni t"koUior, Tnia little )itr)i)e pansT brinf Tjougala ot Ih wtu-'.t, adUcst Ltlf- ; I hsd a UttV lovw , Wa esd to triv mo i.f-: II . eyo w.jt blu locmlh, His I ipa wot rod ' Ami vrybni!v krd to rai- Hi i;rouy loo "id uiuiie sjl. Thr pirl that wont to r.hool with ree I.lo lntl" J-aJm och-; B)-oan h lirnujrlit Djo royally Hi njmnwil poahr ; And always at ttio drxirwonld wait 1 a carry bunw my book and slate. rh. y ennld ie: wiih pom and fllDf " 1 ho miftity liwRiniuoa A'xilit mat iitilo ar.ub-nuSed tiling In win ncli admiration;; A i! Ihrro a d"i a rrl W uh mot y ana laager cm la!" ' And this I know a we!l A Uiry, And mToroxuild .roWosrly Why, iwirr than M-rian or I r hould ho lovt-d mi deurlT. Soon-- I ahkrd him, why wu this? lie only answered wuh a kits, Vnlil I liasvil Hni "Tell mo why: I want t know Uio leason," Wh-n fiom thopanhn-lM d cloao ty (I ho .kii-...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 October 1874

m J l.uLAN EXCHANGE. . W .III II. lalltoT wntl lni:a-.?ir. M tw iiinw; kit.. . i-.iiar a weir; one u , '-ti i.; 'i .: ; i -ni for th.ee u.ju'--. .;.i.ujii.-m 1 . .'" d-dlara a yeir; one d .!!-- ;' ADVIULItLVi; IMVI.li. " " ir ! ar I i VVWk i WiMri ... Week. - . ! illlh. .. - . .. i(h-.. ...-c Montb . M. .. :i-.. . . Sl..-:tli -.. . Ycmi 1 ll 1 7") 2 '" "' " '" '-' i an : s v, " n l' 2 ii 3 ft 9 ' ' - t 2 .' 4 V) fi ii i - i" i 4 01 7 1 i H "I :4 ;' ,s :" 5 (K . 7". )'! ;"! ? T 57 t "I i,i 4 111 "11 ll 'M in T" I' "I l.i 1 17 ""' ii ' IS 7S 77 l li! V no el in "7 no t' ' 144 in :.l.;.r..liimnJve-li'i;mrnth. lOperccnt. J on the av Mlw. I .; !-. n.lumn ml-ertirinfiit. 20 er-ent. . k:i -' the n'Kive rule. i .i. rli-i'llie'it tu i.'vinijf tpr' i:il TMitillnt 10 . -i w.il. irini"r n the rlc. I i 1 X.iiif." (in the Mine tvie i t--nl i line m.itter.i Z er Kill, miram-c on the m' ..e rnle. ' 1. 4 .ri.-. 1 riliote nf Hen-1 (eT-i n-n a ! -,t:.f "Oi -i illr from nhntalil leiie- l. :im-I .iirk m...

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. — 15 October 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. B lILIttt 1 1 TIKE-TABLE- . ,! illr and Smpll Kllr. TRAINS SOL' Til. aaairxs. ureirra. ! I) . :Vi A. H. Dae Exprcie, Mail. TRAINS KORTIL 15 A. h. Si . M. 5:1" r. . C:il r. . A. W. LOVING, At.nU Epre, .Mail. er Orlri,l. LoaU Ch'rar. fcOCTU. Mail. ;:li.a. : a. M. fcs press, 1:W r. a- l'JX . a. 5.0RTII- F.ipr. 7:ii . If . :C k. u. .Mail. S:4-tr. . Wr.. P. H. HAWKS. Arent. Train on either road, if ne-eaaary, wait bail an boor fvr trams on toe uuher. Arrival an Depart are- a th HU. Arrive from th Soutb and Wert at 6:4.' p. m. from tbc Ka-t. Il::w p. m. From the North. I'-.l'i a. m. !cnart North and F.art. Hip. m. Wert. ll:Si (i. m. South. 9:4.' a. m. J. 0. Boyd. Purtmaktet. CUl'NTV OFFICERS. Jon. M'UUwk. f hcriff. M. C. n.rfnes, County Curt t'lrrk. R. E. Uaines. Chancery Ccnrt Clerk. tVtu. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. VT. M. Halfi.rd. Coroner, f. U. McEwen. Trustee. 7. I. Allen. Tax Collector. I. A. W. lie, C.-unty Purveyor. A. S.Currey. Sui-rintudcBi Pub...

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. — 15 October 1874

1 Ax English frpntipnnlntr 1?e$r pave tiie 1omion missionary M-M-ty $1iio,0(J0g a tliaiik-oflcrinjf for the recovery of a eick child. 11k 1io t IU a lie is not sensible how preat a tak lie uinlerkikcs for In- must lie forced to invent twenty more to sustain that one. A Chklsfa, Mass., man lias an um brella seventy-two year old, but etill found. It was in constant use till with in Beven yeare, but the owner lias now revel cntly laid it aside as an heir-loom. Pennsylvania claims to have given the I'uited State the first turnpike road, rail road, water-works, locomotive, ho-pilal. law M-liool, public museum, music hall and free library. r f A Kkxtickt iffi rflstml SSittwolady misMniiaries to1 UfwvJmK-' MnJi.- Tiii 4 very considerate. Ne doubt the eanni baU w ill prefer this t-ort to the tough old gentlemen who arc usually thrust upon that market. The litUc forest town of Snohomish. Washington Territory, has a library of sev eral hundred volumes, a scientific collec tiou that is constan...

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. — 22 October 1874

THE HANQINQ OF THE CRANE. Loncrtixow nw rou. Prnrt u rrrmtillrre, to hanfr th mat, h the rrrncli exprcaaion lor Bnaae-warmlnf , or tbc first party girea in a new botue. The liphta arc oat, and arm arc all th evraU That Uironrmir came wit merriment and )nta To eeirlrat the haniri n ot th orane In tb ww bouar into ln nlprht ar four; lint ati II the fire opoa the brartli buroa on, and I alone remain. O fortnnate, O happy day! When a arw bona, hold findi it place Anton tbc myriad hnrars of earth, Iikr a new atar juat aprunr t birth A ad rolled on its barnvmiou way Into the bonndlraa realms of eartli I fio aaid the gneata in apeeeji and aorg, Aa in the chimney, burninc- bright, W e hun the Iron crane to-night. And merry waa the least and long. And now I ait and muse on what may be, ' , A nd m mv vision aee. or seem to see. ' 1 hrtKlirh floating vaKr interiuaed with light. vuafH-s innrimninftir, mai icieam ana ISUe, As ahailows sinking into deejicr shade Sink and elude the sight. For two ...

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. — 22 October 1874

tfir a kt rvrHANGE . MILAN EXOHAiNoc , ; w. A. wape. !-'"" :, : riMrKimox rati. : Two dollar a yean owedoller forig onti: : iftotrUironthf. iwtT i au-( - AI F.RTISHO EATIS. :t if .?J Oo Week 1 wo Work .. Three We-ks 1 (WV 1 7'. 2 ' 1 Mi 2 7'. i 7 11 'j5 is i IZ' m uiuv. 5,,!'lica!wni. ami iti.ifpemlentaln.nl knocks One youth Two M.nth... 7 on i i -w j- , Three Month 5" li -M ;o ii (O r"ix Niu ;iyontii c 14 ( -J i" :) ii ; ; E s s 1 ? I Ijoiible-eoiiirrin aaen. " v-f... - ilon th-aWc r.... Triple-coloron advertisements. 31 percont. ad- I : r. r j . : . i . . - i Advertisements to oeciiny special pnrilinn, 1" .-?nLril;:ttm:rtV. l.-.t reading matter,! 3S pr rent, a.tvanre ou me Obitunrir. lrilut of Urrw.-t ixp iiK-h !" shove rmtvp. comom.-innylrrtiifljritaoi-n-H'u-'.i" rrir.irk" on mnrriwf. bull ( r.cuUr , " Lm-al Notiif" rI. Single' unn-ir- : mntr.f mnrrisiMf and diatlih iit-rud rr:itif . i AiirnfinidveriiMiantiim-ib-piHfoTin i rfv.na V,v iilwrtiTUI. Utr. UU!t rlV i in advance. THURSD...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 October 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County -Directory. It ill ROAD TmE-TAMX. T BAINS SOrTH. emvri. itfAT.. Tny Expre", Mill, Ifl-iftr. . 10-.3u p. at. TRAIXS NORTH. l'. .. :r, . v. Express, Maii. A. W.LOVitf. Agent V4or. w. WJr. M. Xeer rlraa, RC taU ami Clea. Fol'TH. Mail. 7:Wa. at. hxpress, lOiiWF. at. ItfMrtr. at. NORTH. ' : Esprew. T:.V.a. at. .Wa. V. Alavil. fr. . .'Ami. P. H. J1AM kS. Aent. Train rn eiihr road, if n cesarj , Wail half n hour fur trains en the taer. Arrival snl Depart a rr af lb Wall. Arrive fmtm the r.uth and Wert at 6:43 p. m. From the Mt.U:)la. ra. From Ue North. : l' a. m. !-part Njrtli tnd East . i'p. m. WU:50 p. in. pVrnth, 9:V a. IS. J. G. Hujd. PeUaaiter. COl'NTY OFriCEM. Jnr.s. Williams. Slifriff. M. II ..lines. County Court Clerk. I:. E. IUine, Chancery Conrt Clerk. ',Vn. Mo-.re. Circuit Court Clotk. W. M. ll.iltord. Coroner. I. . McKwen, Trn-te. P. Allan. Til Ciillerter. I. A. W. Uci. C'.nnty Surrcysr. A. P. Currey. Superintendent Public Eihcclt. W. R. Cot. l'.rei'tcr. ...

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. — 22 October 1874

GENERAL BKETITIES. Thk California vlntsjre this season in es timate! at 10,X,0tJ0,ralloiis, against 4,000, 000 last year. PiTTfBfRO In threatpnHl with disaster through the extetenee of tire in a vein of coal underlying the city. ArrnoRiTT in Franc? attends to very small matters. Now it is seizin? the por traits of Iiazaine in the shop windows. NoTwrrnsTAXPTNO the pv&t crowd of visitors and the high prices at Saratojra this summer, the greatjiotels Jopt money. Cnu-siZAK Rakeii lives in McMinn roun tv. Tenn. HeJi 108 Years oM, nl has been a rarmlKT oTthe 'Methoilist Episco pal Chun-h for seventy years, lie reads without triads. Without anv desire to brup, the I troit Free rrett points to a Michigan sunflower ninetw n ft-et high and respuBifully inquires after the health of oilier sunuowt ra around tlie country. A dav or so apo the daughter of a Ger man procer in Kocliesier was mameu. Hit father tlaoed a placard in the window. betiriiicr this device : "This store is closed on accou...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 October 1874

i SOAP-BUBBLES. BT H. . COLQCITT. Trt ehfMrwi arc blowinir MMtp-bubble of many a chancing tint, Wltti purjilr and yeiiuva and erimaon Of lin rlimmrr and flint. TtfJ are beauulul ipherical rainbow. And aevm to be Uahionrd of raut, Ot fllT and rjwi and aearirt, And tr ndtrr amettijat. ThHr rtonx ar lilctorf-r""''. Knowing rjutcad an-1 nnMinUin in torn, Wilh a WraUh of warm tr-topa And cnH-u of -"""r.T trrn: Tin y rm lho of eumnn-r unaU, And bu- of IB morning, too, Thr ii)lr(-Rry of v-nin. And Ue morning's rapturou blue. Thr arp radiant firismi of glory, And gleam like the purest gems. Jewels At lor lh- aeltmg Ol princely diatienia. But tbey are aa eTaneaornt As the nun of a tropical mom. Or the bright unrest of a humming-liiril's breast A word a flash it is gone I Chriition Union. JOHN ST. GEORGE. John St. Gkorge must have laughed when lie found he was dead. A shocking thing to write? Oh, yes, I dare say. Hut look you ! SupHse from the dawn of your earliest intelligence your whole lif...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 October 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WAIE.rtllr.l Peibliwber. M BM KlpflOX RATI. Twndollnrt year: one Jotlr fur x month fifty cents for three mouths, 1vakiauly i. Al auu.rtisio kat:h. S ! ! 2 i Hi8 Week ' 1 mi 1 ?" 2 . 4 7". 7 .m VI i To V'ki...' 1 ! 2 T" J TT. T X. 11 i' It -fi Three ri-kn.i 2 '' S '' '" " -I1" 'ne M-ntb....l 2 Vi 4 in 6 2", 12 'M IS Ti; Tin IO 1 wo M..nlli 4 i 7 "i I'H" 1:' " ' '' 4Ht Thw M-.nths 5 f 7.1 12 "") 7". ::7 . ii ill Hi Mnnth... S ni 14 ' aunt :s n ti in :r, ii Nine Months- 11 2". 17 7' 2- 1" l 7b 77 Vj.t Ki (in Vnr 12 21 is Ml " 57 'Jo ml 114 to louMe-ritiinn sdveiticineiit, lt jif r cent, ad vance fn the sIkivc rrttr-... Triple-ridiimn adverti-emeiit, 20 percent, ad vance on the ai-ve rnt'. Ai orti.miit lo iKi-iity iiNil prtvifiiD, 10 per rrnt. id trr-e n Ow ft'iorr rai. in the vHrn tyn- I'wal rrailint nittr,) Z, cr tot. a lvaatu i n th Ihivs rt. . Oiiitttarif. Trihutir Hi'-'imh-i (evfit mi-V oi ' t'utue iifti-'ially lrun rlmritai.'.' fK-i'-iiw. i. mid remarks on mn...

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. — 29 October 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. - BA.ILROA.Ik TIWS-TABIX. TRAINS SO I T 3- acitrrta. fftTt. Pay Eiprese, fccair. m. 10:30 r. a. TRAINS NORTH. SIS A.M. 1X4. v. SMir.u. 6:00 r. a. A. W.LUVISO, Aot- El press, Mail. jrcw OriMM, fit. Loala u4 Cbicaff. SOUTH. Mail. 7:.M. :. M. Eipress, 10:Wr. . J0:f.M. JfOtTH, Freraas 7:SSa. at. -O0a. K. Mail 6:40 r. a. :.. Trains n eiUver road. If cinwry, wait half o hoar for Imu on itMltx Arrival evel De-petrtare f the Xalla. Arrirt fra tec Oaalb and West at C:4S p. as Traa the Eat. 11:30 p. a. From the Nortfc. :4Sa. n. Depart North ana East. 6:C p.m. Wait. 11: JO p.m. Koxa. 9:45 a. a. J. G. Boyd. Postmaster. COUNTY OFFICERS. Jons. TTilUanvs, Sheriff. M. C. Holmes. County Coart Clark, SL. E. Raines. Chancery Coart Clerk. Wm. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. W. M. Halford. Coroner. J. 0. MrEwen, Trustee. 7. P. Allen. Taa Collector. J. A. W. lies. County fc'ureeyor, A. S. Carrey, Superintendent Publia EeUople. W. E. Cx. Kea-iitcr. CXTT OFFICERS. . A. Jordan....

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. — 29 October 1874

GENERAL ERETITIES An English phj-Mcian during a lecture to a fn'maJc aunieiW, on (lie ute of alco holic lxverarJ8, asserted that the babies of London are never sobr from their birth until they are weaned." Tnic Alaska Herald gays thr.t In Xushik, Alioka, in latitude 02 tVjrm-n north, the thermometer on the coldest day of last winter indicated twelve dejm-ea above zero, and that out-door work can be uo c!sfully cai-rii-d on there from the 1st of April to the middle of October. A tviikey hen in Lancaster county, Pa., disappean-d from her usual haunt a few weeks aro, and returned aller a i-hoit ab sent, accompanied by a brood of young partridges, which she "is now taking ire of in the most motherly way. 'i'l liltle etrangers are said to be very tame. A Coroner's jurv in Boston lately found a verdict declaring that the use ol chloroform as an an.i sthetic is unjustifia ble, and that legislative means should I taken to prevent it administration. The death which resulted from it in this c...

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