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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 November 1874

Mr CAPTIVE. T LOUISB CHAXDLAB MOULTOH. I rawrM little Mrd, ana I shut bin a r, And I said, "Now. my pet, I lo tb dear.'T. Fold thy briitht win, mor U t thy Un-T range: Tbouartmin, sosing, I rr lbe, etKtxilr. But oh, thelittle blrd.he flatwrfd still his wlaro. And wi n bright, wild eye be eeased not to watch m. , . AndIot.lThear.1 him aar. "'Tlaa free heart Unit inr . - ,, . .... . Open but my door and I U sing till you cstcb me." , . I lourhl him dainty food, and I soothed him lot-.g and w II, Tint Uie timid little heart ceased not to tremble. Idt-cked his rf Willi fljwen, Willi leafcs I wrm'K d m 11, By sues lun'l dcrioc bil capturs to dissemble. But still be missed above him the.far and shining sy. And till he missed about blm the free winds lilowmr. He be; his lutle winjoi, lor be had bo Space to fly. And bi brtcht, wild eyes like twin stars were aiowioi. And I heard bis little heart, as tt throbbed load and isM, And my love and my pity wruutrbt tnrether. Till 1 ipenel wile Ins d...

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. — 5 November 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WAKE. r4itriMl 1'w.alUker. SlBHrKirTiO K4TU. Two dollars a yean onedollar foraig months: ifty nu for three mccih, ixvabiablt im ao- ADYEKTINIXe R1TEH. f ?l? ; x f g S" i " 2 . p- 3- S S S a ! " 2 : : f One Wwk 1 00 Ti 2 4 r. 7 5, 12 00 T-o Weeks., 1 SO 2 T 8 7f 7 25 II 2M J " 1 hree Warms. 2 il a &i 6 W 9 ;Y. 15 H 2 ) Oae Month ...I t SU 4 50 2i 12 ( 18 75 il i Two .Month . 4 tin T CXI 1 ' I-4 3n no 4X 0 Three M -nlb- 5f) S 75 12 i 2S 7i S7 Hi At 0(1 fix Month ..I 8 W 14 ( : W 3MJ W 0" '. fK IM MlllUlS. W lt 17 iJ HI 41 ..' Til W Ono Tear TJ il 21 0" TO " ' w 144 ' LoUdlc-colurLn lve-ti-' :n nU, 10 per cci.t. ad vance on I he abnve rates. Triple-column adcertiinients. 20 prcnt. nl vance on Uie above raw. Advertisements to OTiinjr sne-Ul position. 1) prr ent. advance on the above rns. "Lo-nl Noti"." 'in the came type as Inmi reeding natter.) 2j per cant, advise on tb above rales. Obituaries, 1 ribotss. of Rerct 'except such a come official! from charitable so...

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. — 5 November 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. ity Directory. UttUUiB TIME-TAnM.. L.ow!erillaa)4 sssie"ia atU TBAISS so cm A SSI V IS. BWF1BTS. tHy Kinross. Mail. TKAIX8 SORTIL 1.15 4. H. l:Si.l. 6:U P. M. :(r. at. E press. Aiaii. A. w. LOVIiHJ, , 1 Orlcaaa, St. L4Mila aua4 CTn !;. 60LTQ. Nail. 7-0 a. w. WO . . tiuress. r9:0U r. . 10.-W P. at. KORTH. Ffpwi, ? K a. at. e:w3a.. K. Mail. fc)r. w. 6 56 r. a. P. H. UAWKS. Aret. Train- on titber road, if ntmurjr, wait half an buur for trains an laa other. Arrival mmA aartar f ! Malta. A rri ve from the Soarh ana W eat at : 45 a. a. From the Earl, 11:80 a. m. Front the Serth. a. m. Ileuart Soi tbeneEast.6:iSn. as. WH.U:3S a. m. Sooth, 9:V a. . J. U. Eoyo", PeetmaaUr. cocstt orrrcEM. Jon. Williaasa. Sharif, tt. 0. Holmes. Coanty Coart Clark. H. E. IUines. Chaaeery Coart Clark. 'm. Moore. Circuit Coart Clerk. W. M. Halfora. Coroner. . 0. MrEwaa. Trustee. I. I. Allan. Tel Collector. J. A. W. Hess, Coantr 6anraar. A. S.Ourrey. Superintendent Puelie SAeit. W. K. Cox. Rarutar...

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. — 5 November 1874

G EN ER Air REJJTIJS. Bam.yox nl Nineveh are lighted with Ami'riian petroleum. A mii.k cr.ni lias been formed in ran, whose otifeet it is to discountenance the ff intoxicatiiiff liquors, bv drinking vast quantities of milk in public The club, which is comiosel of young and old. h known as " ni!k-ops." The Hocliester (X. Y.) Democrat has un earthed an old veteran. On the stock of his old gun is engraved the following words : By Resolve of Congress, Pre nU-d to A mot No per, For his gallantry ml the siege of Platteburs; . TheoH man isTfi.ail hi story Is a simple one. IS'TDtt-vimifrowi (only two of whom went i if wfrereH thrrv to the gcrffal in command at IMattsburg. and then on the 11th of September, 114, "they did the best they could." A lady of Oshkosh. Wis., lately lost her satchel, containing her purse and a large gum of money. A oor little newsboy nicked it nn. and hunted up the owner. The waif was nine years old, with an hon est face. The ladv asked him his name. took him to a 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. — 12 November 1874

THE WILL AND THE WELL. BT B. P. PHILLiMB. In Hie primitive ancestral days. When all were hapijjr " nn.ler the km," A nuaint old turn, with quaint old wayi, Huddled brnealh the royl win. And here dwelt quiet ;w1ma Hyeg, Whooirned lietiftil iruig. Whoar wnfr clear Tlirounh ill the year riowrd out, grratelul thing. Wbeo the ummer sun poured fiercely down. And ir nd earth were parched and dry, The people of the dull old town w ould to ita coolintr precinct hie. And the birda, witu ncsla in the green trees' crown, Sang on the branch- nirh; And the hor-x-C ijuafTi'il, And tiie veulnra Nulicl In Joy, as the atre&ra Bowed by. Sweet flowera ncxlikd aronnd its lirink, 1 he treea wore a bripliler and lairer hue. And the cattle which came that way tn drink 8tpl ton, delighted, ere tliey withdrew, deeming- to fwnder and to think Of the bounty ao fall and true, As the wait n Kirn t Mowed round tticir feet, Forever bright and new. TO fill their pitchers the tmid.-ns came. And amiled as they aw...

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. — 12 November 1874

Jw- MILAN EXCHANGE. I H. A. WADE. Editor and PnbliKbrr. M RS( KJITIO Two dollar year: one d' tufty cents lor three month VS.KC K. ADVI RTIKIX; OATKH. Sit"! 3 ' i I i ! ne M k 1 ' 1 ') 2 4 7 7 " J-' Two k....: 1 .Ut 2 T". 3 T. 7 11 4- l ' Three Weeks. 2 "I 3 nH 5 ' V 1 - One Month.... 2 rtt 4 Vi fi U i H 7 . : i" Two Month...1 4 i 7 ii 10 i !;t li :p in. 4S Ki Thw Months S l' 7-S 12 .'- . 7'. :7 He) i hit Month. '' 14 "0 3n. W (' I" Nine Months- 1 - 17 r-' 4 7. 77 ii VJ (M One Year 12 -il M"' " "' "" 14 " Doable-column advert isemeuU, lrcent. ad vance on the above rates. . Triple-column advertisements, 5) per cent, ad vance on the above rates. Ad'-crtisement to occupy special position, 10 per rnt. adrane n tn abo e rate?. "Lornl Xoti," in the mmr tvic ;nl Tfadin matter.) 25 .er cent, advance on the above ratr. 0btnarir, Irihntes of Roirr furrt.t ii;-h a come otln lally Icum h:rit;il'le i;,n,in,'l, "Local Notice" rale.. Siniide" announce- ; . r : .1 ...... 1 1. . j ..-r.H ... iti. : A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 November 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. :.9uiv;ile ml Xnuphln KaUrMd. TRAIN fcOl'TII. .'. Kp:r. :. 4. M. A. X 1 J: Jv P. M. l'luW r. M .Mail. TRAINS XGRTH. f:V. A. M. A. M 5:Hr. . lirMor. M A. V. UiVIXtj. Asnt- .'W Ortfns St. I.oni and Cfelrar. wi in. .Mail. . i..(t.. -i:J I-. M. p. . NORTH. Vrn-F., 7:V. a. . , . Mai). .Vfir. w. .:'. . t H. HAWKS, Art-lit. Tri?i op either roni. if noxnwry, wait half u hour Ijr tr.u on the uthir. Arriial and Itrjurlurt of the Malls. Arrire from the South ami Veet l !:45 a. in. Yrom tlic 1-ast. . to. Froia iiue Nvrtw. Klla. m. I), imrt North ami Eat,'f.:43 p. n- Wert. 11:30 f. m. Sonth. S:" a. at. J. ti. Iloyd, I'iH'tmal-p. roiNTv"UTncEU?. Jon. Williams. Ph-riff. M. V. Holme. Comity Court Clerk. H. K. Rt,.e. Cban-ery Court Clurk. 'iVm. .Moon-. l"in ait Court Clerk. V. M. Ualford. Coroner. I. tl. Mi-Eweii. Trustee. J. I). Allen, Tux Colloetor. I. A. W. lie.. County Surveyor. S. t'nny, Saperiutoudent Public School. V. K. Cox. Ki-eistrr. CITY orncF.K". A. Jurd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 November 1874

GESERAL BRETITIES. Fobtt-two pof t-cfflwg in the United Stat Hory in tbc possession of the name ol Washington. The docs of West Brookfii-ld, Masa cliusrtu, have founded a putilic library. At least tbc dog tax has. Seth Grf.es, the ji.ciculturist, is cer tain that fish cannot hear, and illutrated his theory in public recently. To do monBtrate his opinion he axked the band to arrange themwlves in close proximity to the tanks and blow their loudest blast. This they did; but not one of the multi tude of hahes Btirred a fin. It may be sci ence, but nvhat practical fisherman doesn't know better. uit yer Uikin', I've got a bite!" In the ordinarv course of business two telegrams were recently sent from New York to London, and answers received to one in thirty, and to the other in thirty live minutes actual time. Each message was transmitted 3.G00 miles and passed through the hands of eighteen iierf.nns. The message and reply in each case passed through the hands of thirty-six persons, and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 November 1874

TEE MAPLE TREE.- I : . . ,'i 7,: ':f'jV j JOt CXIjIt 7 ; , . .' - .. . . O that my life could be . . . I.tka to tha nunle rree. ' the (rcea you would aot thhde tbe ' . There's inanyatrVe beaMe" ; ' - f O'ertnps tumour pride - ' XB one that baU Um treasure dearest, rarest. , ' i .Thoo atraarely favored tree. What bad hath woven tbee , This uijt-mM coat above thy brother ? Iiit tfcoo Id dream behold " -1 - Tbe (Timwu and the gold, ' 7 Jj&4 didst tboa tell thy vision to Um others T ' : leave were talking low. ,,.v1'''. eredao. ' Witt all tbe htrda admirtnr , winla aaichfnr. TM not Hit aecret heart. . Tie Joy that ao lt figures the la dTtnr t .. .. . ' Tbeforeot-klntm la down .-'" With maryaiifha, their crown. iOt one of all nl etaad at liutt before thee. Kinened m mia and rain," And WToncbr froaty ai. All days and cighia are nr-flhu.-rs M glory. ? -s netobet Ibrht aen-na w. . lwa round thy matrblesa sheen, My hameward atrpa rrpirtftilrf JWake thee; f A no to my soul I say, k. .,'11...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 November 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, Editor a4 lwl -. IBMBIPTIOX KATES. Two dollars year, one dollar for til months; Bfty noli (or three month, i.nvskiasly m iv vasx. ADVEETIHISU RATES. J? ? 2 I I B B B B c a r . r g i ! FACI. On Week 1 1ST 1 75: 2M4 7V 7 Sft; I 75. S 71 7 ii 11 ! S SO 5 IsT CO IS i 4 50 25 12 W l 75 7 on in no i on S) no 75 12 .50 ZS 75 37 50' 12 09 18 00 24 m 30 00 T Three Week. t One Month..- 2 Ml Two Months. 4 ' ThreeMonlhs1 5 Of) 4 m m to hi Month .( 14 at 0" 3B w " N in ! I Month. 10 si 17 71 n . isi ii.v ' On Year.. 12 (l 21 no so on 57 00 90 00 144 t Doable-column advertisements. 10 pee cent, ad Tance on the above rates. Triple-olaina advertisements, V) per cent, ad vance on the above rate. Advertisements to occupy special p-wition, 10 per cent. advance on the above rate. "Local Notice. " (in the name typ a local reading natter.) 25 per cent, advance ob the above rate. Obituaries. Tribute of Resrct (except iracli as com officially from charitable societies), and rema...

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. — 19 November 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. - County Directory. AILKOAD TIM E.T A Bit Laalarlllaaaa1 leaan.aln HallraaoL. TRAIX6 ByVTIL W;y Ztpntr. MaU. ll:4.i P. H. ll:.'wr. . TBAXXS SORTIL fcfta.v. :.?.. M. :4i r. . ": r. A. V. LOVING. Agent. Fspr, Mail. KfV Orlan, At. Laafa an ll-ara. fiOCTIL Man. bxprrM, Mill, :.r0. at. MO a. w. 11:25 r. h. U:.Jr. a. XORTH. ?:S..JI. v:ir. w. 6:4-' r. a. I. Q. SIClluLSOX. Agent. VT. E. ATM0I5K. TKkft Aeut Trin on either road, if accessary, wait half aa boar for Inw oa the other. Arrival tad toe-partar' af tk Maila. Arrive from the South and Wttl at 4:45 p. oi. From Ui East. 11:30 p. m. V rem the North. Ihl'.a. m. Iepart Narfh and East. 6:4S p. m. Wert. 11:30 f. as. Faulk, 9:4'i a. m. J. 0. Boyd, Postmaster. COl'XTY OrTICEBS. Jon. William. Sheriff. M. C. Holme. Conaty Coort Clerk. . It. E. Rain. Chancery Coart Clerk. Wa. Moor. Circuit Court Clerk. V. M. Hal fori. Coroner. T. G. MeKwen. Traitor. Z. D. Allan. Tax Collector. I . A. W. Ues. County Kurreyer. A . 8. Carrey. Superi...

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 November 1874

GEMRAL BRJTITIES. Niagara can be tunneled for $1,000,000. Saw Francisco is to hhve a "crewpris moida) one-rail elevated railway." In Parajruay, pirls are not allowed to chew tobacco "till they are thirteen. A female claimant to the thron of France is housekeeper at a hotel in isew Albany. A srLEXDiD ear, but a very poor " voice," as the organ-grinder said to the donkey. They are poinr to try and put a frp in Germany to the Nile of po-call-d"Moihinr M-rups" for infants. Physicians assert that more babies are killed by these con coctions than by disease. " Is Belgium a fruit grower has had preat success in communicating artificial flavors to natural fruit. He procures the fruit and keeps it a few seconds in a solution of the flavoring substance, and permits it to ripen eiiluvwiiu'ntl V- ihh inri pnu is discussing whether the name of its principal street should be spell ed with one or two t's. The Ledger says that in the city ordinances it is written and printed Chestnut. In St. Louis ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 November 1874

WEARY, LOSELr. RESTLESS, HOMELESS. BY FATIIKR ETAK. Weaht heart ! weary heart! hjr tares of life Te rp smteniijr in the hdow, ye are igfung lor the rent; There in darknexs tn Die hearen and the earth U t'Wuk below, And Uie Joys we taste to-day may to-morrow turn v woe. . , , . Weary hearts ! Gou is rest. LodcIt heart! lonely heart! 'tii but a land of Ve are pining for repoe, ye are longing for re What Uie world hath never given, Vneel and ask of od alove. And yonr arirf sluill turn to gladness, if you lean Lonely hearts! God ia love. nestle heart! restless heart! ye are toiling niftitand day. And Uie flower of life all withered, leave but thorn awn? your wn v; Ve are waiting, ye "are waiting till your tellings here ahull ceaw. And Viir ever reMles tlirolihing is a sad, sad prayer lor jieace. "liostiefs heart 1 God ia peace. Broken hearts! broken heart! ye are desolate ami ii'iit'. And low voices from Uie past o'er your present micsmoan; In the wntet of your pleasure there was bit te...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 November 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A- WADE. Mtitnr ased Fnl Hl'BM-mirTI4X UATtM. To dollars a rur; on dollar for six months; tfty noli for tbre moBtha, tpvAsuaLT m id esc. ABTEsVriMIXt. BATCH. S ? ? - i. : net. S- 3- 5 g jj i r I ? i i r Oue Werk i 1 Ou 1 75 2 oO 4 75 7 SO 12 00 T Wrti-I 1 SO J 7V 3 75 7 25 11 25 1R fS) Three Week..! J 3 5" S lr " 24 One Month I 2 Ml 4 W 6 25 12 i 1 75 SUV Two Month - 4 00 7 on 10 IS ) no x . Thm Month., S 01 8 75 12 f 13 75 57 Ml l i Fit Months . " 14 00 20 nr. w Oil fin im or, in Month.- 10 2S 17 75 25 yi4 75 77 on 123 On Year 12 U0 21 Oil S) OU 57 ) 9) (si 144 - Dosble-eoluniB ad vortieesnenU, 10 per cent, ad ttnrt oa to abovo rates. Triple-column advertisement. 20 percent, ad tui on the above rate. Advertisement to occany special position, 10 per cent. advance on the above rate. "Loral Notioos," (in the name type a lo-l reading matter.) 25 per cent, advance on tbe above raft. Obituaries, Tribute of Reepevt (except such as (im oSrially from charitable societies)...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 November 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. UXfl.RO AO TIJSX-TAR1.E. IovLv:il enaabln " TRAIN BOLTH. Egraara. a. a. U:Kr. . TRAINS KOBTH. a. i .... bV r. 7 ir. a. A.. LOVING. Area. N Or)fiis at. Laala ao "bt .OUT. i-SOi.B. a. lt:wf. M. ll:Sr. H. ?OMB. :4. . I Ml.l. ' r. . I ll r. a. i-Ijsrc? I. G. NICHOLSON. Aral. W. X. A7M0RK. Ti-ket Areat Train, rn either road, if r e ry . wait half kit kour fur traia. en other. Arrnl ana lpartar af the Malta. Arrive, f.-cai the South and Wert t S:4S p. t. rrB the Ta1, 11:b. b. From the Nerth. Ut. r-pertonhBBBnl. :.. Wast.lLBt p. m. ftou'k.Stta. n. 1. 0. Vfljl. PtBstr. COC5TToVriCKM. Jtt. W iUib. Kkerif M. C. Holm. Ceanty Court Clerk. V.. S. Keiis. Chkneery Conn C!erk. vTa. Mflr. Circuit Ceart Cierh. W. M. Hal'ord. Corsmer. J. w M'Rmk, TraUe. I). AUea. Tl CM:e-5tor. f . A. W. lose. Ceanry Surreyir. A. S. Carrey. Smi peri n Undent PebUe Sekeela. vr. P.. Ce. Ki'tr. cm orncaw. A. Jarrf. Mycr and te.arder. J. L. Mliarsson. City Attorney. J. I,. M-Ivala. City Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 November 1874

""" ' " GEJf ERAL BREVITIES i To twaster-Gkmirai. Jrw m.L has an nounced liU Intention of lrosfcutinj? to the extreme limit of the law, the senders ot wurrilous postal cards and obscene .'iterature. Thk late M. Guizot wrote in hi will 'I txtw lefore the mysteries of the Bible and the Gospel, and hold myselfaloof from the scientific discussions and solutions by which men hare attempted 'to explain them." It has been estimated that if the popu lation of Iondon roes on increasinjrat its present rate it will exo-ed S.UO.WKI by the end of the century, and th:it should it con tinue at the present rate diirinjr the next century, by the year 2000. it will have reached .the enormous aiTatc .of iy 000,000 of tnhaHtaotr ; but you in'lal wavstell. .' .-- - -- inn legal ruling In England is that to secure a copyright in that coui try an American author must either first publish his work in the Tinted Kingdom, or pub lish it upon the same day here and there. He must, too, be somewhere on Ilritish...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 December 1874

THE PLAINS A PROPHECT. BT JOAqiTS MILLER. f v nl look upon that lain. 1 hat far vmut lan-i that ti-w IwlioM, And nnnr lirbnl.linc iinlrmlaiil- 1 hat ol.l, oLI land wtnrh ith n rail tio jnurnry with ttw iK-aanin Uir"ipt Ita Kln, ami Irani h i limitleaa. Thr aolniin iilnMi thai l;laia la. oh! an .l.nrnt. Th' l Ami iMnt.d tana Mm limit for it, A ml all eh TtTlr . 0 t.lle talrtni' illy told. Ita Krr ta of alone, t r man livort and famr away And Ml lul l"'l" hi-n"l vUmr. lyo! hr Irarn how morr that fit And riiirnifl,'l ' ailW'O, h-n You hmr ilir tly jntt of i rn. i a lul aoHU'lt h remain 1 hi-nifinrth for ayr a part of yon. And you have li-armd your liltlrneas. finmr ailer t rial m"n ci-oai your trark ; r"iiur aiiTi-lAnr.pd tr.ii-ia come and ro; Sntnr r-llirifr at-as of biiflitlo Urrak lliunlrr like and lr away ArainM the f tut-lulla, hrritkir. bark Like lin-aki r ol c-ni. troul..-l hay; Nim' wlutr-t-uliil Mntei(i- lilonn by So airy like; me inxea shy Ar.4 hhadow-l ke mova to and fro I.i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 December 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, HKr PaalUher. srBACstlFTIOX RtTIA Two dollar a yean en dollar for ii month; Bfty wbu for three month, igvaaiaaLf ir ad- VaPCg. ADTEKTINIXO RATE. ? f ? . f : d b r g. B BP ACS. to Week. Two Week... Three Week. rn Month.... Two Months -Tare Month 1 J. 1 75 2 , 4 75 7 50 12 1 t 2 75 S 75 7 ZV 11 251 if no 2 UO i 50 8 00 9 50 15 00 i!4 00 2 50 4 5 6 45 12 on H 75 Si 00 4 on 7 "1 10 00 19 00 10 no 4 00 5 00 8 75 12 .V) 23 75 37 50 fitMS) til Month 00 U 00 20 00 38 00 fiO Ofi 95 00 Kin Month. 10 25 17 75 25 50 4 75 77 00 123 00 On Yar 12 00 21 00 30 OQ 57 UU i W 14 W Double-column advertisement., 10 percent, ad vance on the above rate. Triple-column advertisement., 30 per cent, ad vance on the above raft. Amortizement to occupy special position, 10 per rent, advance on the above rate. "Local Notice," in the m type a local reading matter.) 25 per cent, advance on th above rate. Obituaries, 1 ribnte of Respect (except . uch a com officially from charitable societ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 December 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. BAILKerAD TIME-TABLE. LieUleaal aoaAla Rilreal. TBALN3 sot Til. 1IIIVII. CKPAITS &k Express. ' - a. a- Lj. ,1:4i p- 11:50 11 trains yor.Tn. I spree. Ca. at. :'vA.ai. Mali. 6r P. M. "M P. M A. W . LOVISU. A rent Saw rUtii, M. Leii SOUTH. aa. llnH, 0 50 A.M. :!.. 11:24 f. M. 11:45 P.. at. XORTH. E sprees. .. I SA. M. Miil. -30r. . 6 iip. M. T. O. SH HoLSu.N. Aeent. W. I. ATMOF.E. Tkket Aent Traiaa n either road, if Mniur;, wait half a bear far trains aa tba ether. Arrival and Departara ef the 5Ia.Ua. Arrira from tea rjoeth an 4 Watt at 8j46j. m. rraa the East. 11:30 p. m. From tba North. t:45 a. . Depart Sortb and Kart,: p.m. West. 11:30 a. a. 8ovth. :' a. at. J. 0. Bey. Poetmarter. cocstt orr icim. Jena. Williama, Sheriff. M. C. Holme. Ceaaty Court Clash. E. K. Rainei. Chaneery Ceart Clerk. Wm. Moor. Circuit Court Clark. W. If. Ilalford. Ceronar. f . . McEwrn. TruiUa. t. D. Allon. Tax Collactar. f . A. W. Hem. County Barveyer. A. H.Cnrrey. Peperi...

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. — 3 December 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Th Mart family, of Michigan, who have Ixfn fxpwtinjr a fortune ol from $2,000. 001), to $15,000,000 each from Kngland, have just learned that they can't get a red cent. A rrnr 8ician in Scotland recently .aied a patient for hi fee in tlie case f a turjrical eration. The courts drw'd aptinft him, on the ground that he hal not regis tered ajg a surgeon. The other day Mrs. Walker pent by ex press from IVr Moines, Iowa, to her hus twwd at ForJ Denize, tlieir little two-year old child. The precious package was duly labels! and billed, and went through in gOOd ShHJH. Joe Riiombkrg, a distiller at Dubuque, and reputed to be the richest man in the State, luta been rtxiiMtflted by the Govern ment to pay $70(1.000 tor internal revenue taxes which lie has lailed to satisfy during the past several years. At the Paris Morgue there was exposed last month the body of a young woman, aged about twenty, so woriderously beau tiful that the authorities caused a mold to lie taken of h...

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