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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE VIDE A B BOOKS, Edlton ul Proprietor, j MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. IIOXE A5D FOREIGX GOSSIP. A terfkcti-T white snake has been found in Abingdon, Va. ' Girls are said to Imj the most expert telegraphers along the line of tho Penn sylvania Railroad. It is jirojxised to erect a statue to La fayette in Druid Hill Park, Baltimore, at'a cost of 12,000.. The rewards of the truly virtuous are inherent in their own livers, and are none the lesg enjoyed, though the- are un known to all the world. Senate isres at Washinrton do "a good business by making up" complete hooks 01 Tin aurograpns 01 uongress tnen. A good collection command .50. A Canadian girl carried a 20-foot ladder 100 yard, placed it against a burning house, climbed up, and well, she did not put out the fire. She fell backwards on a man and nearly killed him. How much soever aperson may suffer from injustice, he is always in hazard of suffering more from the prosecution of revenge. The violence of an enemy can not infl...

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. — 2 October 1879

TnE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1579. Grant is still "boonnDg" on the Pacific coast. The State fair is now being held in Kasbville. Considerable interest is manifested. New York as in a fever of excite ment all last week over a champion walking match. Eowell, an English man, won the Astley feelt, making five hundred and thirty miles in six dayn. "We see the famous Gilbert Sisters dramatic troupe are to appear in Clarksville at an early day. Bro. Riley, send them down thia way. We want our people to enjoy a dramatic feast. . Up to'Tuesday night there had been a total of 416 deaths from yellow fe ver thia year in Memphis, against 2677 last year 285 in 1873. Tuesday's deaths numbered 5, with 17 new cases. A negro has been arrested in Jack Bon who is supposed to have been con cerned in the recent, incendiary at tempts to burn that city. We hope our Jackson friends will adopt Grant's famous motto, and "Let no guilty man escape." Wendel Phillips has withdrawn his name from the greenback...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 October 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. OCOTBER 2, 1879. KAII.KOAP TIME TABLES. blrKo, HU LoeJls) Orlen K. It. Trnin leave Milan an fillow on and after Aj-ciir. W. riHIV.fca TuAlXB. No. 1. north, leave at. 1:1S pm No. s " l" fro. 2. south, " !'f j""n Ko.. " ,1 , ll:.i.pw Tim abeat fifteen minute flower tnn town time. ' C. LOPEZ, Agent, Milau. J J. MAXN.riup't, Jackson. Tenn. J--. i'HAMM.KK. U. 1'. A T. A.. XewOrlean. 1. II. MOllKV.ti. T. A.. New Orleans. Uaioi NaxhTlll A- .t. N. It. K. Train l-nre Milan a lolluwi so and alter April Ji UTS. rAKNKXOKB TKAIKs. No. I. wth, leaves at No. a. - " No. t. OCth, " No. 4, - " .12:) am . iia . V iu .. 4:.Vam A.W. LOVING. Agent, C. P. ATMORK. 0. F. CAXTWELL, tien. P. A T. A. Local Ticket As't (Ol'XTTAXB CITV DIBttTOHV. COUNTT OFFICEES. J. B- Arnold. Sheriff. H. C Holmes. Coaoty Court Clerk. It. E. Riiine., Chancery Clerk. Trenton- T. . William. Chancery Clerk, fluuiboldt. Wm. Moore. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. W- II- Johnson. La Court Clerk, Iluuibolc't. li. O. Carl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 October 1879

1IJS PEXXT YE ME A NT TO QrE." . . j , . j , ; . , Tbmf f imnv bUr of a Htinpy m. ;.' Wkawftw none two (food, but might nine ""J5Tr mt tr liutcJiun on Sunday mlit. Ami UTtwl along ku II tilled 7 , -vTh"i '.w-iton eanie 1t1i iH-jnon pI.ltf Titer l:ircts m bat doi w ith tne candle Tiw KtHipMai fumbled " lliroush his purse, iod cVim a win by touch and not fight. COituiiiri- llht Rninvas should be tt uutrt -nM(H in slmne ajitl size, -." . 4 . T7w priat tell down irilu a flat tor and rinit! A U-Vk In his -sent lemied tlie utility man. " Tf tM i" lull " the I'-'x'i"," he thought, I -jii'f le lp tlieiu all I icivo liat I can." rH' hallow the ixUn smiled, to licsure. Id tne srol'l Kuiiica fall into tits plnte! TIS 11a' 4miw the Htiiuy man' heuit was rmnif rVn- iu bis blunder, but Jut too lute! Vl iat:T," !ieid, " in 1k IOid's account Thai jruOien f (foUl is wH down to nie. Tirv htid to lliiu who tive to (he iKior; U wiil i so bad un iuvrntuieut be." u, 11:1, nion," the cbucUliiig aexton cri...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 October 1879

TO CORRESPOND EXTS. All poiiinnitiii-iuioiis lor this pa per should be :.. iiiimiii- I !ry tlto inline of the- antln'r, not necrrs.uri.v lr I'lu'jliruti'in, lmti. -1dire of ITih.iI fuiih '.on tin- part t tlio rln-r. N rito only n onn sili-l Hie pnT. H- purtlfuliirlv rnriful in t'Hliie iiiiii.ee un1 I;iH-s. tt lauve ail l-tu-r or flirt-res imiin juid dit ! SHARED. I Kuil it in the meadow ,iith I euv it on tit- iinmiit:in-M Tbi liV-st tlimir" tlMit liny nioitiil liutli rc- those lii'-'i rvt-i-y mortul share. Ttf .,r mP iirciitho tlie sky the lirw-ze Tlii- liirlit without u iiikI within I tie viith it" Hiilcx kwi tn-asuric. '.kT ric-lM-s iu"- lor ull to win. Tlw bth-ss 1 Hoft'T to my trend r'r nt It jri'li nnniiinlH-reil fct; Pwt-,tT to I tin- wild rose rl, liifaiw si- makes thn hole worlil Hwcct. Into vour lie:ivcnly loin-lines wfli-oincd m. rleiiin ponkf" ! Ami iu" i every iriu-st you hli-s Who revi-rcntly your inysU-ry weeks. A'l "P tli" radiant peopled way Tliui oiwns into worlds u...

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

JL LL THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY,' OCTOBER 2, 1879. Small Cotton Factories. Wilmington (X. C.) Star. The Daperi should spread ail the ib forruatiou possible ooncerning email cotton factories for the South. It is perfectly practicable, we have no doubt, to establish such factories from Maryland to the Gulf A6mall cot ton factory might be located on every creek of good size. Iu every couuty in the state, and especially in the cot ton section, there ought to be ten or h dosen of these small factories at work. They pay elsewhere in South Caro lina and Georgia, for instance. Why will they not pay in North Carolina ? There is a factory in South Carolina that is a marvel in two respects it costs but little, and it makes such a large percentage oi profits. Let our people make an effort. Let every neighborhood or township organize fur a small cotton factory. There is no doubt that thpy will pay if judiciously managed. As we have said, they pay elsewhere, and they can be made to pay in our own sta...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 October 1879

The " Milan Exchange, VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 9, 1879. NUMBER 32. MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE BROOKK. Editors and Proprietors. MBKCKIPTIOX RATE. Two dollart year: one dollar for fix monthf; a,fty cenU for three months, ikvakiabi.t in -rr.. ii;ofi:ssioxa l ca um Chester G.liohd, Attorney at Late, Jarkson, Tenn. OTVirr. on Haltiinure Street, between Lib erty and Church, jantf-ly Etukkly I). Hays. EkxkstL. Bullock. Jtnlfock tC" llatjs, Attorneys at Lair, OFFICE over Xecly A PyW Ime rrc, junit ly J At'KSON . TKN X. (i. It. Hl.ACK. J.Kte Circuit Judge, Trenton. TehQ. W. M. MrCi.i.. Milan. Tenn. JllavkS: jreCall, Attorneys at Law, Trenton ami Jlilan, Tenn. Will practice in Uibon nnd n 'joining coun tiec nnd in tile Supreme and Federal courts lit Jnrk-uii, and iu the Federal courts at Mem phis. wntVly Jas. J!. I hut son, Attorney at Lair, Trenton, Tenn. I"KOMPT attention liven to buninepf. febfi-ly W. M. HALL. T. H. HAHW0OU. J lull ' J I ft mood, Attorneys at Latr, Trenton, Tenn. Pro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE VIDE VBOOKS, E-dlUn aid Proprirton. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. t , WASHINGTON. The Poerctary or the Treasury has In structed the various Afi-ixtant.Trtacurerg throughout the country to pay out gold as well an silver coin fur the current obliga tions of the Government and as advances to dihbursine officers. It fa further ordered that whenever any sub-Treasurer notifies the Treai-urer at Waihintrton that an individual ban deposited with hint legal-tender notes to the amount of $1W, or any multiplic or that sum, the Treasurer shall forward gold at the expense and risk of the depositor to make the redemption. A meeting of prominent Southern Repub licans has been held recently in Washington, to consider the political situation, particu larly with reference to the next Presiden tial canvass. Among those present the names are mentioned of Ex-Senator Fowler fTcnnesee,ex-Senatorrooland Gen.Ituth erfordof North Carolino, ex -Congressman relham of Alabama, Solicitor Ray...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 October 1879

' IRON ATONIC It Preparation ( IRON and CAL1SAY BARK. I combination 1th the Phosphates, F-nl rapd by the Medical Profession, and recommcTHled by (hem for Drtpepaia, General Debility, Fe male Diseases, Want of VllalHy,tc., Ac. Mrrlirr4 fcy the Dr. Ilirtfp Slrdlrlac Co H. SIS K. JIatlai XrU St. Uak The following 1 ooe of the Terr many testimonials we are receiving dally: coa three roontlw ago I ben the vse nf!)B. Habtkr'8 Irox Toxic, npon the advice of many irtitHl. who anew Us virtue. I m suffering from general fh-ttlity to each mi extent that my labor Was raoerdiwrly burrtennome to me. A TvaUun of a month did out give me much relief, but on Hi comrarv. was followed by Increased prostration and Hinting chili. At tilts time 1 1 (ran the use ol yiar IwK Tostifl. from which I realized almost Immediate and wonderful results. Tlio old energy reiiin-d and I found that my natural force Wat not permanently a haled. I have used three bottle of the To''- rilnce u si tig It 1 have done twice th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1879. The steam cotton-gin and grist-mill belonging to Mr. John Lynch, at Col lierville, watj destroyed by fire laet Thursday afternoon. Thefloss was about five thousand dollars, with no insurance. The Chickasaw Guards, of Mem phis, won the grand prize of 1500 at the Louisville Fair last week, being the best drilled company on the ground, and there were a number of crack companies, too. Hurrah for the Chicks ! They have now gone to Columbus, Ohio, to contest for another prize, and we hope will win. Mr. J. A Coghill, of 29 East Thirty-ninth stecet, New York, wjshes to know if there are any of his name in Tennessee, as it will be a matter of in terest to them to let it be known by a letter to him or to Mrs. S. K. Hat ton, State Librarian of Tennessee. If there are any Slingsbys, either, he would like to hear from them. Only a few days since it was an nounced that Vic Woodhull was a candidate for President of the United Stafds. Now the papers say sh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY. OCOTBER 9, 1879. KAILROitt TIME TABI.KK. Trn ins leave Milan at follow on nd after "lru i. is,y. rtHntxunm tkaikm. -. 1. north, leave at... . l:lr. pm " S:ST. .iu jo. i, souin. li:.-i.m " " : - ll:: iujc aooul nneea rinie slower loan towi time. J 0. LOPEZ. Agent, Milan. J. U . MANN'. Kup't. Jar-kson. Tenn. K. I'll .4 X ll,KR. t . f. . A..Xew Orleans I), li. MollfeV.it. X. A.. .New Orleans. Illllr A' Xaaille A- tit. N. K. K. Train l-.-ave Milan as follows on and after rASSrXiKBTKAIKH. No. I. seuth, leave at !2:.V)ain " " put ho. 2. north. " ,m bo.. " " 3:wam A- V. LOViMl. Agent. C. I'. ATMORF. 0. F. OAXTW ELL, lien. P. k T. A. Local Ticket Ag't- rorxTir AK city imrkituki. COUXTV OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold. Sheriff. V. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. H. K. Kainec. Ciuiiicrry Clerk, Trenton. T. J. William, Chancery Clerk, Humboldt. W in. Moore, Circuit Clerk. Trenton. JI. II. Johnson, Law Court Clerk. II umbolc't. II. O. Carlcton, Coroner. J. C. Lonr. Trustee. Jame...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 October 1879

. EARTH'S BEAQTT. "Were not we born to light? vv mfl m-e aw tlm men and women aaaainta wlk fun. All our thought are lair; 3tir eiuiple liearta, an dveot.e full of dove, -Valr. liome and newt for them. They flut- j ;red forth, I .. fiKik of them flew white about the world. ' Awi itmaiBK irre like to atiipH that floated u ! Var ocit on silent flooda, apai from earth. ! r life wo far that we could aee their lights Ka lrea-en, and hear the eveiiaatiiuj; tide, All ifipled with that fair reflected gold, Wai-U un luriunst tlie city wall, and aoli At tlie L'C-k bowa of veHMhi that drew on, HeiZy freighted with departed Houla T mini in did xpirita ing; but on that sons; Kurht oone, albeit the meaning wax right jr.tain, Zmyir: the liareh captivity of words. iftrrnl waking, sweet was early air, 'nil excellent wa morning; whether deep JTnnowlay keenly white, and shrouds of iiail llurr:d the gray breaker on a long foreshore, Jii'l arming plover ran, and wild white mews wea-pii-s printed with a U...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 October 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for (his paper should be accompanied by the name of the author, not neotwHunly ffirnublirution, but k (ideiiee of good faith on the iurt of the wribrr. Write only on ue Mile of the paper. He particularly careful in civinc niuiics mid (lutes, u have 11 letters or tijrurcs piaiu and tliMinct. XOT MIKE. If I hud cIkwii life's pathway. Not thix, not thin. It would have been one of row, if riirtli-lxim bli. No Hliadow rhould e'l-r have fallen Have mnwt rent; Tti miindiiiie bsi-n ever golden ; The daylight blet. lint now I pas through a valloy so dark, ho drear, Willi thorns ami briers around me, And clouds of tear; Where no duncin;; sunbeams enter No ar.ure liirlit. For Hlmdows tlv not with morning That come with nilit. If I had chosen life' labor, Not mine, not mine, I should have cliinlicd a loft v path, Where stars entwine, Or sailed o'er a puttering sea Ot lame untotu, WhotMi foaming waves dash proud tnd hijrli O'er Hands of (fold. Hut here in th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE. War Declared Louisville Foundry and Machine Sliop. COR. MAIN AND TEXTH STREETS. A. F. SlIAPLEIGH & CO., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1879. Geo. yYinwli. .A.. P Cochran. J. "W. .A-in-slie. I.Ml'OKTEUb AND JOBBERS OF S. M. JACKSON' With The Spelling Reform. To the American : Wil you allow a brief plea for the epeling reform, as it has now shaped itself, and be kind enuf to print this articl just as it is f-peld? This movement, looking tord the fonetic representashun ov every word in type and in corespondens, has as sumed such dimenshuns, and has con nected with it so many respectabl names, that it can no longer be kept down by ridicul or silent contemt. A host ov names, prominent amung which ar Prof. March, LL. D.f ov Lafayette College; Prof. W. D. Whiting, LL. D., of Yale College; Prof. 8. 8. Haldeman, ov the Univer sity ov Pennsylvania; Prof. F. J. Child, Ph. D., ov Harvard Universi ty; Hon. W. T. Harris, Superintends ent ov Schools ov St. Louis, Mo., giv us the assurans...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 October 1879

.1 r m EXCHANGE; VOLUME VI. MILAN,'" TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 16, 1879. NUMBER 33. Milan MILAN EXCHANGE. WAIVE BItOOKN. Kditara and Proprlrlsr. NlRftaKirTlOX ItATKK. Two dulUrt a year; onedullarfonix monthf; t,nywnU for three month, iktakiahlt is id axck. PHOFESSIOXA L CA 11 DS Chester G.liond, Attorney at Law, Jackson, Ten n, OFFICE on Haiti more Street, between Lib erty anil Church. jautt-ly fcroiiLY I). Hay. Ekxkst L. liia.i.ock. JinltockJk Hays, Attorneys at Late, OFFICE orer Xecly li Vyhn' Img More, jaut ly JACK.SON. XEXX. i. D. lii.ACk. Late Circuit J mice, Irentun. Tent). W. M. JlcCi.L, .Milan. Tenn. niarkJt JlcCall, Attorneys at La a; Trenton and Milan, Tenn. Will larartir in tiilon and a joinimr rou tie, aud iu the hupreiue aiid federal eourts t Jackguu, and in t lie Federal court at Mem tii. nent-Vly Jas. It. Den son, Attorney at Law, Trenton, Tenn, I!lOMFT attention given to buriney. lcbi-ly W. M. II ALL. T. K. HAKWOOD. Hall cl Haiucood, Attorneys at Law, Trenton, Tenn. Irnpl I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE BROOKS, EdIUra d Proprietor. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. CURRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The Government, tbrotiph the Post-office Department, ha decided, and if possible will enforce the decinion, that hereafter let ters addressed to lottery companies or their agent (-hall not be mailed. The order goes do far an to forbid the fending of money to lottery companies by postal order or regis tered letters. Ralph Meeker, con of X. C. Meeker, late Indian Agent at White River Agency, has been appointed special agent of the Depart ment of the Interior for the purpose of visit ing White River Ageney at the earliest prac ticable day and recovering the bodies of his father and Mich other person as may have been killed. Mr. Meeker will also gather up the papers, etc, of the Agency, i' WK8T AND SOUTH VVKST. At Cincinnati, on the 5th, Miss Lulu CJeorge, a beautiful and accomplished young lady from Bonaparte, Iowa, a student at the Cincinnati College of Music, committed euicidc on account ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 October 1879

"MTT A "NT - PVnUA'Mfl'D i XUllJiiiX . JjAUH All U ill. ' WADE A BROOKS, EdlUrt aad Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. HOME AM) FOREIGN GOSSIP. At a social gathering a few days i took a number of hats to the outer edge since the following toast was proposed i of the lot ; these he brought in, select and drank : "In ascending the hill of i in his master's first." prosperity friend.". . may we never meet a A card-sharper in the wake of a circus swindled Mr. Kaylisout of 10, at Plain City, Ohio. Mr. liaylis drew a orn-krife from under his blouse and in stantly killed the "rambler. Ax ingenious chap has invented an artificial honeycomb which relieves the bees of much work. He hopes to pro vide them with neckvokes and buckets for carrying home honey . r.iiT masked robbers stopped a rail- ad train in the W est the other day. ro; As the train contained an excursion of editors, the only loss was a loss of the ...v. Forney's Progress says there are i Progress says there are i women who make a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1879. "The colored troops fouglit nobly" in the recent Indian battle. W. D. Wendel, apromiuent citizen, died in Memphis Saturday night. The Chickasaw Guards were in Nashville yesterday, on their way 60uth. Geod luck to 'em. Murphy captured the O'Leary belt in New York last week, he having walked five hundred and five miles. Myrtle Lodge K. 1. dedicated a magnificent new hall in JSashville last Friday night. Grand Chancellor White took part in the exercises. The bricklayers of Nashville, are striking for three dollars cr day. They have been getting 92.50, which is about double what a "counter hop per" gets in this part of the country. The election in Ohio last Tuesday resulted in the election of Foster, re publican candidate for Governor, by about 25,000 majority, it is thought at this writing; it is uncertain who gains the Legislature. Iowa has also gone republican of course. Demo cratic gains were madejin New Jersey. The fever grows worse in Me...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 October 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE. TjlURSDAY, OCOTBER 1G, 1871) AEWSPAPIMt IIAK1T. Our readers are inviteJ to regale themselves ujnjii the harvest of new advertUemeiiU found in this Issue. Separate editorial notices will appear in the future. LOUISVILLE, KV. Payne. Vilcy t Co. is une of the wiost pro gressive and liberal cotton and commission houses in any city. They hareainple capital, and work xealousjy for tie interests of their customers. Mr Stockton has been placed in charge of their cotton department, and no man is a better judge til the staple tlian he. Their receipts thus far hare been large, and skiiers have been delighted with roLurn wade Uiciu. West Tennemee cotton will receive special at teutiou iu the hand of thin enterprt-iux firm. J. 0. McMictael St Co. it aeadguartcr in the Kalis City fir the latest, best and inost fasbiou iblc styles of hats. Tbeir price are low, and hiir goods of a superior Quality- Wert Ten ncssccacs visiting Louisville will find tutu at his wide-awake house suited ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 October 1879

srifPATur. : A knUrlit nii1 a liulv once mot In prove Whili- f.v li whs iii quest of a furtive love; A rivi-r run uuiiinifully iiiiiniinriiif? by. Ami tiit'r wept in it w:U.t tor Hynipntliy. . . """Oil, ncviT was knight micli a sorrow that In!!" Oh, ii- it wmh rnuirt so divrtfl before!" Fmm ;1h iind il.i XM' let iw instantly fly, And jump in together lor company ! " Tfacv -i-:irclieil for an eddy that suited the 1.1, Bat 1k-iv wnn a bramble, and there was a i iHd : Bo' tiresome U in!" said the fair with a i-rh; So tin y nt down to rest them in coinpuny. ' Tbcy eiiz'l at each other, the maid and the k infill ; How fiiir was her fonn, and how goodly bis height ; "One mournful embrace," Mbled the youth, -re we die!" Go kif iiiif iinil crying kept company. Oh, had I but loved Mich an ancl h you !" "Oil, bad but my swain been a quarter as due;" - - "To . ini. such jierfeeiion how blinded it I ! " Sure now they are excellent company ! At liMi.ih said the lass, 'tmi.tt a smile and a tear, ...

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