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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE BttOOKS, Edit and Trrp Mora. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. HOME AXD FOKEIGX GOSSIP. Women have hcen admitt! to the bar in eight Mates. , A'folpieb at Woolwich, England, has rf cristerel his infant son in the name of ' ('etyn a yo." An Enyli.ih woman disking at Port land, Me., .who in 44 years old, is the mother cf 21 children. No other passengers are to be taken in the steamer Samaritan, which is to convey the Princess Louise to England. Conscience impelled somelody t wnd $-2,;M) anonymously to Isaac G. Jenkins, a Syracuse (X. Y.) merchant, with the words, " I robbed you of this years ago.1'. Eveky hotel in Brattleboro, Vt., is closed, and travelers are compelled to find accommodations at private houses. This is in pursuance of the plan to make the prohibitory liquor law un popular. A man exhibited at a fair at Montpe lier, Vt., three packages of butter from the game churning, but differently marked, and got first premium on one, second on another, and the third was con...

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. — 6 November 1879

J rr r- . V I MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. NOV. 6. 1879. Snow storms have beeii raging in Ihe New England and Middle Statea tbu week. Tlie Memphis authorities have en ergetically gone to work to clean up Ihe city thoroughly before next spring. Nashville wants General Grant to Visit that city. They were not so anx inu t see hiai a few yenrs einee. Uut times change. The Memphis papers are now pub lished In full size, and their advertis ing columns indicate a rushpf tusi tiess. May it coutiuue. President Hays has issued a procla mation setting apart Thursday, the 27th inft., a a day of thanksgiving. Ja I us all o!erve it in a proper spirit. Wo have much to be thanktul for. An Important Message. CniciGO, November 4. Itisstated that General Sherman has written to a military friend iu this city, that General Grant has an important mes sage so deliver to the people of the United States, which he will Srrt give to them when he reaches this city. The Masonic Grand Lodye meet In Nashville aext Mo...

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. — 6 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, NOV. 6, 1879. SMALL. CIIAXGE. Vote for the railroad. The weather U lowering this moras tog, promising rain or enow. Twenty dollars will get twenty cop ies of the. Exchange one year. The women and children are flock ing into Memphis since the freexe. Eyery train Is crowded. Wils. Williamson fed sixty car loads ot stock at his stock pens last month. Lively business. Don't forget that the grand meteoric display will come off nfxt Thursday eight, between midnight and day. Don't forget that the railroad elec tion comes off on the 18th inst Bear that in mind, and vote for the tax. We are indebted to Edwards & Shepherd for a very fine sample of eugar house molasses, new crop, just received by them. The LAN. pay train laid over here last Tuesday eight, went down the road yesterday, and returned on its Lome ward trip. The Knights of Honor desire that every member will attend the lodge to-morrow night, as business of im portance will be attended to. Mr. Cade compr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 November 1879

A HEBREW LEGEND. From ,,n anMwit, ) arnid IUibbi comet UiU ! 'ircud full of jmw;, Flo:i; ii. if n tliroiiL'h conntlc- ajres, from a al iiii'l WHtK-itd nue: Tar :f.v :iv, U'licrr- the liol'iznn forms a t ,.it ciirtli mill nky, .!' 11 irlittvrinx Yily, with it x'Hkn ;i ml iiimtii Iiifth. i iili H wrunlnuiSK1 T' 'lilcll in eplen- ; r itov invaru rolled, :i like tlie way tit lirnvt'n through a iti-j- paved with srlc! i is flir from th tropics whs the free. Fran .-i t itli the divin!eHxlr miikingaUim it.. t:il there. Jm! t i. (Mine of that far citv, wen above tho .;-:,-.t hijrli Poi.i:; .-ith it a uparklinx tlniceis ever Uitnl to the fky up- liere. I Wen; Mroadlo all fart If f people, Hid tliey :. j ed their dear mien ti;nt, Andtn journeyed from the valleys up to wtnit the golilen Unlit. And t-ir !iin;r, lone years they dwelt there .with ,!! oidet hriinmiiiK oer; IK-e;i deejier thoiurh they quaffed it, full ir -pm kled evermore. IJut :i -ivanw and rrtleH yearning woke at !.:-!, :im yeain...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 November 1879

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this paper should be accompanied by the n of the author, m4 necescurily for publicaitnn, but as evidence; of Rood faith' on the part t the writer. Write only on one Hide of the paper. Be particularly careful in Riving names and dates, to have U letters or figures plain and distinct. CONSIDER THE HAVEXS. Ixtrd, accord iwe to thy words, I have considered thy birds; And I And their life pood. And better the better understood; Sowing neither corn uor wheat. They have aJI that they can eat ; Reaping no uoe than" they sow, They have all they canxtow; Having neither barn nor store, Iiungry agutn, they eat more. Considering, I see, too, that they Have a busy life, and pleurc of piny; In the earth they dig their dills deep. And work well though thev do not heap; Then M play in the air they are not loth. And their nests between axe better than both. But this is when there blew no storms; W hen iM-rries are plenty in winter, and worms : When their feat...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 November 1879

1 MILAN: EXCHANGE Louisville Foundry and Machine Shop. PLAUT & FRENZ, , COR. MAIS AND TENTH STREETS. A. F. Cochran. THURSDAY, NOV. G, 1879. Geo. A.inMlie. J. W. jVinnlie. W ar Declared GENUINE VS. BOGUS PIANOS & ORGANS. The L'teSideof the Story. It will do no harm to remember that while white Christians in Colora do and elsewhere are demanding the extermination of the Utes, these red heathen have restored the women and children captured at the White River agency uahurt; and without, we be lieve, even an insult to complain of. Nor, while rejoicing at the safety of Stln Aleefcer ana ner companions, wm it do any harm to remember that not very long ago Cheyenne women and children were shot down intentional ly or unintentionally by white Chris tians wearing the uniform of the Uni ted States. Of couie as prevailing jiopular opinion declares an Indian in capable of telling the truth, the Ute side of the White River tory will at tract little attention. But it is nt least worth heari...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 November 1879

Milan NICHOLSON HOUSE, IS VTAIr. BIOOKS, Editor nnd rrprictrs. Cor. Church andSpruoe8te. Near Chattanooga Depot, NASHVILLE, TENN. I. G. NICHOLSON. Kl i;s KIPTIOS BATES. Two du:Ur a year; one dollar for liz monthr, fcfty ttot .Vr ihrca tno.lhf, IKTabjablt D- VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, NOVEMBER 18, 1879. NUMBER 37. Entered t the rit oSot at Milan, Tenn., u eee.nd cl' mutter. MILAN EXCHANGE EXCHANGE. PJIOFESSIOXAL CARDS Chester G.Iiond, .lit or net at Late. Jackson, Tenn, OF Kit T.'--a lU'timore Street, between Lib er'.y an 1 Churuk. jau9-Jjr f toiki.t I). Hays. EkkestL. Bcllock. Bullock & Hays, A ttorneys at Law, Or f I'T. over Jfeely t Pybae' Droa wore, j.ir,:. y JACKSON. TENX. . n. 1V.AC1C. l.it Circuit Judge, 1 te:r.n, Teun. W. M. MoCall, Milan. Tenn. Jllaek&McCall, Attorneys at Law. Trenton and Milan, Tenn, IV til practice in tiibma and atjoininceo.a L.e.. ar.i in the Supreme aad Federal court at Jarlor., and in the Federal courU at Mem-lhii-. eot5-ly Jas. It. Deason, At...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 November 1879

MILAN ,. -EXCHANGE .T? ' - r f WiPE i J51BKIKF, EdiUri u TreprKfTor. 1 MILAN, te2essee. WASHINGTON. The President haj aiipointod. -Tbivr'day, Kovember 27, an day of National thanks- giving and prayer. The President has appointed AJlcrt Jobn n, ,of Colorado, Surveyor-General pt She United states for Colorado. The Senate Committee on PrivHee.8 and Elections will ronme-the irrvestlmrion of the charges of lrflcry apainst Senator In- pails on the 11th of December. The Prei dent of the Western Union Telegraph Com pany and the managers of the company's of' ices ift Tpek a, Atchison, EmporiaVameijo and Kansas City have been snbprnaed to produce on that day all original telegrams passing between Senator IngalU and certain other parties named. President Hayes and some-of the meinlirrs ef his Cabinet have accepted an invitation to le present at the opening of the Fair of the Seventh Regiment, Xew York Militia, in aid of their new armory, on the 17th of Novem ber. WEST AND gOL'THWEST. Jesse Jam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE A BROOKS, EdiUn rToprlrtoru JLLLAST,' ' . TENNESSEE HOME AM) FOKEIGX GOSSIP. The only kind of cake children don't ry after : A cake of soap. Emigration' to America from the reighborhooil of Genoa is roing on. On Oct. S about . 1,000 persons embarked St that port, and on Oct. 5 1,200. Texas owes S',2X,000, of which $1, K),000 belonjrs to the School Fund, and il in bonds held in the State Treasury. Ihe interest on the public debt amounts o about 100,000 a year. - Trains on South Carolina railroads lure been greatly delayed by the dilli cnlty to rt water alon their routes. Streams were never so low through the country at this reason, and the tanks are as dry as barren rocks in the wilder ness. A kecext discovery at Pompeii was that of a birdseller's 'house. The im bedded fckeletons of numerous birds were dug out ; also, large quantities of carbonized millet seed, h-mp seed and a (species f small bean, which had been , the dealer's stock of bird food. . ' . . The ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 November 1879

i nr.er: - "-. f .t w -- 'iiiAt; MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, NOV. 13, 1879. Richard Schell, a prominent politi cian, died in New York last Monday. The prisoners in the Knoxville jail escaped last Sunday morning by cut ;ing through and digging cut. Between 600 and 800 laborers are now engaged in the construction of the Owenaboro & Nashville Kailroaa between Adairvilla and Rusellville, Kentuckr. The Grand Loire f Masons, in eeion in Nashville this week, elected Wilbur F. Foster, of Nashville, Grand Master, and Albert 8. Myers, of Mem phis, Deputy Grand Master. The Memphis Cotton Exchangers n-norta for October, which indicate an averagejif fifteen per cent, increased production over last year crop Ticking will be extended from Dec. 1 to Jan. 12. . Eight deaths from yellow fever oc curred in Memphis last week, a m jority being oM cases. The report that there is a fresh outbreak is clemeu. "We trust our friends there will escape a recurrence of the pl;guc. Notwithstanding the epidemic, ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, NOV. 13, 1879. IT ELECTION. For Mrhl. LVSK.-WK ABE AUTHORIZED TO AN neunre Jubn D. Lurk a candidate fur re election to the vice if Marshal ol the e.ty of Milan. Watch the stars to-night. Booming" our advertising col umns. A. Jordan paid ll cenU for cotton yesterday. Our McLemore87ille letter is una voidably crowded out this week. Ia it not about time for county and city candidates to begin to announce themselves. When theTennesee Central railroad C' lines to Milan, other roads will come here for connections. Every voter who has the true tn-. terests of Milan at heart will vote for the Tennessee Central H. R. line rain tell here last Sunday and Monday mornings. They were need d, as the duet was almost intolerable. l)r Bob. McClaran is attempting to humbug our readers on the statione ry business iu this iue. See locals. The adraace in property when we get the Tennessee Central railroad will pay the eum asked from us in three mouths. fhe railronds are so busy t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 November 1879

r1 -v AUTUXX. 'O 'l f r.tv.nal xhadnwa ! t Lr; i upwu UnJ wlnji -Jowly (Jown ; A r the orclihnl -t ; I S tj .o-ws gather tii'oper brown. el! ttiflTOMtiilPd R?1lm hmirs - , No r. viti( tr:ilin (nun villa.- sti-i; AVK' t it- -i iin- liom ili.stnnt towers ttvn Loe.i-ly tliniuKli "ij' retreat. aVT". T!: Vnll-.'tlH' nlCPlI llfllH .V" :-( nii fnmi tlu-ir Summer (.'loom, ftlli' V'jrttji2 tl.-lltlHT (flow ml fills Axr kvvarI curvtw wall purple Wooin. vh Autumn ww tie time M ikk V"'i -i"" the val, jvr, rTii i: th- mountain lKt Hii climb I t.;c - ! eil tlie exuing tale. I-ve-Vr wliore Suture liauntA - f-i'i :i-t plm-es M'l'lom aouuht; .Tint ti Vntnr' Mmetliiiuf want A ii't. :iiurUiuiK, Ui-oj.ly wrought. '. 7-? : lone I Hit, nnl now T'. vi 4 H Implied jlnittlio-w dear ejrt , 'SiiJi :1kii-1 beneath thy lirave boy -brow, A;- k..untiiig me tus Uaylilit dies. V uii slowly to his rent, t'"-. '' jitemlxT Hftritxii, TD.J ill il.- color leaves the West, j.ah.1 Mcvjta tlie wurld in twiliKht eloom. Cham...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 November 1879

Hi . -, v xo CORRESPONDENTS. AU communications for thin paper should b; j accompanied by the name of tliu author, m.t necessarily lor publication, but ax evidence ,i frood faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one Bide of the paper. Be particularly careful in (riving nan and dates, to have all letter pr figure plain and distinct. . .4 SUMMER REQUIEM. Spirit ol Summer! thou whose honeved sweets Ne'er fail fulfillment of their proini fair; ?'liou at, tsuiile hurtu's odorous voices Where are ll.v'!.,.y..,'re"h '' rlMon,-d nir; That cheere.1 our weii,.v.,ul'1,,,1'". ' 1Y, our pain? ; "J"1 sootlit d hilent thy mii-ie now, tliy sonsrstors fled. And iiothiiut lint their meinirie remain ; h aded tliv llo-oms, all thy buds decayed,. .' While hollow winds moan sadly through tliy bowers. Yet tliouiih thy smiling gardens blooiu no wore, We'll not loii't the perfume of thy flowers. irii' aii.- thy cloudless days; thy iiuiiy skies Are dim and teartul now 'neatli Winter's lmwn ; Tirolx-d ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE Louisville Foundry and Machine Shop. COR. MAIN AND TENTH STREETS. A.. P. Cochran. THURSDAY. A'OV. 13, 1879. Geo. Ainfilie. J. "VV. Ainelie. W ar Declared GENUINE VS. BOGUS PIANOS & ORGANS. CARP IX ("iOlTHEKS WATERS. What United State Commit ioner Daird is Doing for Their Propagation. In conversation Tnesday, rep pec ting the work of the Fish Commission Prof. Baird said that he is now enga ged in distributing the German carp as widely as possible throughout the United States. Shipments have al ready been made to Kentucky and Missouri. The Commission has on hand about 15,000 young carp for distributing this year, a number quite inadequate to supply the many calls which have been received from all over the South. In describ ing the improved or German carp, Prof. Baird said that it bears about the same relation to the ordinary En glish carp that a North Carolina "pine woods" pig d(es to a Berkshire pig. In Germany the carp is esteemed as highly as the trout, and sells...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 November 1879

H. B. Howell & Co., Grocers, Cotton Factors Commission Merchants No. 268 FRONT STREET, MKMWII8, TKNJT. In addition to th. Mia of Cotton, we handht all kinds of Prodnce. ap7-tf CHANGE. WARE BROOKS, Editor mmH Proprietor. nm'Rirriox rates. Two dollan a rear; one dollar for ix month; fcfty rail for three months, lv amiably in ad cit. Entered at the pot office at Milan, Tenn., as VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, KOVEMBER L0, 1879. NUMBER 08. second clan matter. MILAN EXCHANGE Milan rilOFESSIOXA L CAltDS Cheater G. liond, Attorney at Late. Jackson, Tenn. "VFFICE on Haiti more Street, between Lib- Verty and Church. jauiMy Ktoklt D. Hats. Kbkkkt L. Bh.i.ock. Jinllock& Hays, Attorneys at Laic. OFFICE oer Keely k Yfhnr' Prut wore, jaoly JACKSON. TLNX. E. Black. Late t'ircuit .lodge, Trenton. Tenn. W. M. MrCi.L. Milan, Xcua. Black AMcCall, Attorneys at Law, Trenton and Milan, Tenn. Will practice in tJibwin and a 'joining coun ties, and in ttio Supreme and Federal court at Jackson, and in ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 November 1879

MILAN "EXCHANGE. WlDK BEOO S, EdlUr u Frotrltten. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUllllENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. "Mrs. Margaret Eaton, widow of Gen. John Eaton, Secretory ol War under President Jackson, died at her residence in Waslung lon on the fcth. She was 81 yeart of age. Mrs. Eaton had been married three times, and in the course of her life occupied a very conspicuous share of attention in fse-hionable and political circles. She first married Paymaster named Timberlake; afterwards Gen. Eaton, and later in life an Italian danc- inir-mater named Buchn-Tiaai, who after ward eloped with her rranddauphter, tak ing a good share of her eney, and" went to Italy, where he lived in affluence. Mrs. Eaton was one of the best known celebrities of the National Capital. The members of the Kational Republican Executive Committee wfll meet in Washing' ton on the 17th of December, to take appro priate action upon the death of the late Sen ator Chandler, and to consider the time and place of holding the next Nat...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE A BKOOES, EdiUn Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE HOME AXD FOREIGN GOSSIP. A daughteh of the French com' mamlant at Tours has doped from Par ia to London for the puqxjse of marry ing a son of Musurus Pasha, the Turk ish Embassador there. Teamsteks along the Gila River, Ari zona, complain of the large herds of wild camels that have of late taken pos session oj me mam roads, to the con fiternation of horses and mules. ut jong ago a juai. LissoYitch was put in charge of the Nihilist prisoners at the citadel of Charkoff. Now he has committed suicide to escape the sight of sunenngs lie dared not alleviate. A Chinaman in Taris committed sui cide because his tormentors had cut off his queue. He fastened the cherished Dram with pins to the place where it ought to grow and jumped into the river. The trial of a copyright lawsuit in Washington brings out the fact that one printer has, within a year, furnished thousands of counterfeits of foreign champagne labels to put on A...

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. — 20 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. NOV. 20, 1879. Gorenior Marks has issued a pro clamation fixing next Thursday as a lay of thanksgiving. Paris IiaJ a wrmon from n street jireaclier lait week. That was the on ly chance to catch Hiker, of the Tost. Hon. F. C. Deaman, recently ap Kintel Unitel States Senator to fill the unexpireJ term of the late Sena tor Chandler, has declined on account of ill-health, and Gov. (.'rosswell has appointed ex-Jov Henry P. Baldwin, of Detroit, to fill the vecancy. A U. 8. Internal revenue agent confiscated some fifteen barrels of liquor in Talis last week liccauee it was below proof, and the Tost, in , flaming headlines, announces "A whisky famine ! Stars falling and striking the saloons 1 Awful times ahead!" The citizens of 2-hiuphi, iu mae meeting hift Sutunlrtr nijrht, adopted resolutions urging the Governor to cal! the Legislature together to enact aws enabling them to raise fund foi the sanitary impruveinent of the city. We think the Governor ought to com pl...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 November 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, NOV. 2D, 18711. -itv r.i.wriw. er M" er. HALE We re aatb.orir.ed to announce t'ill. S. II- Hale, a candidate fur Mayor, -l-la l. For Mrlwl. Tl-PK.-WE AUK AUTHORIZED TO AN i nuunrc John I. l.uk a candidate for re-In-tiuD to (he olticc ut Marshal 01 the e ly of .Milan. KV AD VEItTIS KMEXTS. NEW ORLEANS. l!ickhm 1 Muore.one of tb mot popular and uchei cotton firms ia the south, has an advertisement in this issue. Th member of he Brm are excellent gentlemen, and ara al ways watchful of the interest of fliends ship ling them rotton. Stewart Brothers Jfc Co. i the style of one of the most reliable and enterprising cotton firms in the Crescent C ity. They ara extensively eo etsgod in the commission business. They wish to increase their business in West Tennessee, and hence have a card iu tbe Exchange. Ulea n. Day Jr. I'roudlit is acotton 6rm well known in West Tennessee. They invariably secure top prices lorcottoa shipped thein, aud never fail to make satisfactory ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 November 1879

SLEEP-WALKING. j like warp and weft, alternates without i mixing, the waq) presenting continuity An Knpiinh niyir!an,i Krperirw. ' at one tim and the weft the sarue at I Fmm Chamber jonrnaL another. One of these alternations oc- That iK rsons walk in their sleep and , " niore often in sleep, when the or lire ti in-.. rwious of ordinary impression, dinary menUl power w no longer gov- but vet retain 8(Hit!on.S there if, we ail I cinuu; uu ueuee me aiuiek. is iiuieu admit, no doubt. One curious instance 1 somnambulism. The somnambulist will occurred in a whool-girl, who was ob- : weave the wminamtjuiism oi one night, served t.. i ie verv nirriit about nnrt- with that of the preceding into a con- night :uid walk about her bed-room and I tinnous warp or weft, and so with the the lubbv outside her sleeping apart-! ordinary mental power; and thus the mcnt. After soma time, on returning two identities alternate, but do not mix to her b d. she was in the habit of ex- This alternating identit...

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