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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 February 1880

MTT.ATJ EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. 5. 1880. AXXO Vy CEMENTS. lO.ITV ELECTIOS.. aBBI--a-a- T .ellella. Taefellowiac are mr prioet for aanoaaetas' aaaaidatea 'or e&ee aa la tav.ac. ForCoo-rew. U J or tbe Lacinlature. 10 03 VorCeaat- Omoea. 00 For TrmKM. SENTEK. Vt are aatberiie.ie announce David C- ben lor a caadiate far Cuanty Ira-tee G l V V .' . . m .taAnd te &nnoannl Mai VT ai. 4 ay eaedidate far Coaaty Traotae. For akerlST. I KG. -We areaathoriied to antionaee EUW la a ea.od.diU far fcberiffof Gieea eoaa ty- (OCITTAia CITT BIBECTOBT. C00KTT OFFICER. J. B. Bifft. Caairmaa Ceaata Caart. J. B. Araold. Pberi.". M. C. Holmee. Caaaty Caart Clark. E. Reinea. Cbeaoorj Clerk. Tree toe- T. J. Willlaae. Ckaaeerr Clerk. Haaboldt. : ar u rimit Clark. TraaWa. M. H. Jehaeea. Law Caart Clark. HaabebH. J. E. Wood. Cereaer. I.C. Lob a. Traatoe. i . i v.. Aaaatr Karvayer. - J. U. Caalter'saparinUaaaaiPaMlaSekaaU J. F. Joaea. Reieter. ' yr. J. Smitk. Rner. cm officers. f . H. Uaia. Bayer. .... ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 February 1880

.f II f I f 10 IIists on Tire Use of .Plaster-of-j nervous attack, lived for two years on little curds, or whey and water, iand lor MttiirdwithoutaDTloouar.au, passaDC ' ni Ktin, Tocrther wit -vri tirU-fH three j'ears in a state of sleeplessness, f Pakis.' The plaster may be made id laiiXii Dr. u!an was called tp to at- I "set . very quickly by reixrmruin. warm tend to a monomaniac said to have lived f water, "to which a Utile fulpnate of pot Cl days without food and whTT TuTTived 1 ash has been added. Plaster-of -Paris' 17 days longer, the physician being able casts, Spiked in "melted paraffine,' may CAN PEOPLE LIVE WITHOUT FOOD I Kirmrkil' ' of", Lonif.Ooi11ii- I IniMntum in the Same Line Ir. William A. Ilammond, in hi.s in terUnjr little volume on " Fa-stinT CJir'ji,''' did not by any means exhaust the sui 'jeot to fW.rU 3! tfifitiou was trat''d last yeaf Irri th': c.ifs Fo;lier, andlirhjHrrt'ficVcJl will now be taken because of the pro posal already noticed in these c.lumns of a...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 February 1880

TO CORRESFOJaJENTS. ill mintiiunioittionafortliiApanerslioBldbe accompanied ly the Mine of tbe author, cot aecewarily lurpabiiraiioii, but as evidence of nod laitli mi t u the p de of I part f tlie writer. Write anly on one side of the pacr. Ite particularly eart'ful in fc'ivinR name and dates, U OUT t n letters or figures plain and distinct CESIDE TEE BARS. - Cran'lmotlier'g knitting han lost its charm; l'nhe-di d It lie in her ample lap, WliilO the fnnnet'g eriiuson, sott and warm. Touches the frills ol ber snowy cap. Wie i razing on two lsidp the liars, I'nder the maple who little rare For the jrrowimr dunk, or the risinjf tar, . Ur the Uiut oi fruwt in the autumn air. Otie In a Blender slip of a girl. And one a man in tire pride of youth ; The maiden pure at the purest pearl. The lover ntronx In hi eu-aUlast truth. Pweet, niv own, rut a rose of June," Me av, full low, o'er the golden head It would wur,d to her like a dear old tune. Could grandmother hear tuesoft word said. For f...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, F,B. 5, 1880. An IMPORTANT SLIT. Oar attention was called to the fact, some days ago, that a suit had been filed in the Chancery Court rf this countr, in the name of Jtienry countr, agaiiiHt the Louisville, 2wh ville and Great Southern railroad. It was furthermore surmised that it was a flank movement, executed by the Nanhville and Chattanooga road, to embarrass the transfer of the inter est of that corporation. We imtnediatd examined the bill and found that it was filed by ex-Gov. J. D. Porter, R. W. Dunlan and C. D. Porter, attorneys, Gov. Porter be ing security for costs. The bill" goes on 'to recite that the county own ?100,000 in the M. & O. road. That this amount was illegally transferred to the L. t N. & G. 8. R. R. in consideration of 825,000 stock in the latter road. It seeks to set aside this transfer and compel the pres ent road tc issue 8100,000 of the pres ent compauy, in lieu of the 825,000, to render on account of dividends. &c. We...

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 February 1880

H. B. Howell & Co., Grocers, Cotton Facfcrs " Will BOOKA. E4ltr el lreBri alara. CBscKirnoa rates. Commission Merchants Xo. 268 FROST STREET, MKMVHI8, TKNN. la addition toth.aala'of C.U.B.. atafia all kindaof Prodaea. . 1 Tw. dollar yean .a dollar fer fit oatht; gfty .watt Utt tire, aaeatlu, ui r ainii t a- a or. VOLUME YI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, FEBRUARY ,12, 1880. , NUMBER 50. la Urea at th. poet (In at Milan. Ta.. aa ad .la. Bitter. MTLAN EXCHANGE Exchange. MILAN PBOFESSIOXAL CARDS W. M. MeCALL, Attorney at Laic. Milan, Tenn. WU1 practice ia ttibaea Bad a Joining reaa tie. asl iu tae ry upraise ana t ederai cvnrU at and d MtkMt, lad ia . IB federal eouru at ileoi epti-ly V. L. Ware, Attorney at Law. Milan, Tenn, OTIICI ard law a stalls ia tlx Collins llk. jan2r-ly Wiaa A. Cvwtl, Traatea. Taan. B. J. illCRAiAX. Alain. Taoa. J no. R. Walkics. Trenton, Tenn. Coo jer, Buchanan Jt Walker Attorneys at Laic. Trenton, Tetui. Omoaa Taylor Block. Culler Street, Trea teu. Tea a-, and ever C....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 February 1880

VIDE BEfcjlWrWlUia4rwpHrtra.J MILAN,, 4 J-, TrES,, CUIiltfi'KT-KEWS; WASIUNCTOV. - I Feu. 2."giueR"?L TiJUi umu, fi uui hfj Committee on Judiciary. renoftd try,, for revivlt-g ana contlnuriM), C"ti mlBsloners of AlabamaTiuinis, and fofthe aurtiibutlon of unappropriated money of tlic lmvi award. Placed on the calendar. Mr. Kdmunds ihed it understood that the re port taa not unanimous. He and sundry other members of tlie commits did not gre to It. The creaentinlH of Kandail Iee GiliHOli, Senator from Louisiana, were pre sentee!. A jmjI-U niiuiii'Ou ''ill were rerr).l at' ilt.'nM A lanre ukliav jrtreiuifoice.tii, mon theui the following: Uy Mr. .'helps (!., Conn.) Appropriating f lOO.tmo for the re-Ik-f of sufferersin Ireland; by Mr. Island (I)., Mo.)Kor tlie free eoinaire of the silver dollar; liy Mr. Thompson (I., Ky.) For the benefit of citizens of State which did not po into re bellion and which have claims ajrainst the Government; by Mr. Fort (R., 111.) To put certain article Impo...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 February 1880

MipAN EXCHANGE. ThcVAdvantnr-Hi of a Vfnm Kumlan For-""--.i Itenldenr. of Detroit. :nil gance have jnvade.y tii S rtf - J.t h ' i '1 X A a. A.V . j i ft v-kixe united Mates .vatorf-wi W'- lit' I! M 2U climate at DcadwooU f fffn ai i in iiau zui HJTTrr WENT LlKC L . - vVivyi' tig nt4f Emil I5erai w'l'c ' iizfl'lll- who f. .ILUliJ atioi'Jiu count. Bers-hwfr eductti3 and througlfTns iu i faiil :ttr viable manners .sooT? frli4.nJ-T;e circle of friffiJfi" aniohg Which i lUuJjgkbest faiHt vll'f."' It iiL'p;n-tnrLiaJtfflaf!lO&nd waj takB frrm hi l-Jrat th thest-On the J appointed to a position m Ft lAou! niKtff his ashvff,n, has Wv- WntanqVills tn? Troy, fT. t w Mnr w .v-oiorawjjifc hji euiionaa eavirr covered at lroy, rnarblr-eutter to ret work was to inatlM". . . f ate 90 tonihMK inrwarrrfyt: awl Ske pa. modest Western New York eta haW ar-kea the", National Govern mmt twglrp trn OOiWenint 'ffcAwHtaliftmiia, iw;uiiHi;i He left the party f 55HU!) friends ill Detroit. La-a iti.rtiitotga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB.. 12, 18S0. The Grant furore smacks strongly of centralization apd imperialism. Thraagh the Influence 9f th trjly Cameron, the Republican? jlarty of renu?jlvaau."li4 bldJ"cIecIared in favor of the modern Caaar Vud the m famou tiTrd ,term doctrine., It,fc aj etitunotiWb-eiUbhffhed usages J" 1 . a. ! " 1 . l a-iaa 1 are luva.mpict W . nicious precedents are adopted which j ineyiuWy. threaten , our liberties. If a President is eligible for a third term why should 4e riot be daring his natu ral life? and" if President for life, why not have an Emperor ,'vfur between the ..titled -it . is .simply a distinction without a difference. Amid all the , dangers that threaten, there is hope of escape from the difficulties that en viron us, and Jthfs hope" rest upon the cosmopolitan character-of our peo ple. There is a large element in this country to whom centralization is. ex ceedingly distasteful and who left their native cotfhtry because they had growfl restive an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 February 1880

MI i Twe Bfryw ftfOI Wl a-. Jak pkia. o toa 4k i s MILAN EXCHANGE TIIUK!IUY. FEB. 1 180. i AILBA.TIXK TARl.tja. " CMnMr.l.Mlwrli at. at. j(uia ... tiaxn- J-tt),Ptz. Arent. Mii. i. H. VvKLl . t. T. A.. NewOrlen. r , t -. a. a, fuwalavllle Y Xavah a-llle lb . lruulnn .MUaa M follows oa nu ur; Jan. 1, ivo. ' " . . Attr.saEafkhis. e.'lvaUi,el ci !!: ' Xe.i. 14:3" 1 e. J,. . ' . . (U UaaibuMt)... i:Ui l .1. . It.M . ! .in '- 11:10 i Arceaimod.t'n) 5:50 pm A. W. LOViXO. Apnu e. P ATMORK.. 0 f-C'T? K7Lt. ' Jen. P. AT. Loml Ticket As t- SMALL CHANGE.- . Next Saturday uf Vajentine day.1 See sheriff's sale aJverti.ed in an Bother column.:. . .J. The" snow suyed "with ui a little over on week. ' ZZl.' 1 The roa.iare Again almost impass able,' OrfSrta flejCtfe roadiaw 1 heven3 iliiTertiaijieii U nilW- f . ctivc proWoice in our nextlssuel. from New Orleaca-with.a very, iired appearance. .V - -.' A book arent wai itrthM office the , . . -i) .f. ' ; otheij day ,trying. to- "Gram tifuir around the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 February 1880

fc a- 'el. i 1 TO COimESPONBENTS. All coiiiunrik-iit!nf"r tlii-rui'iTHhonldbe aocoinl"1"'' '' by i"" "" "I 1 '"' uuilKtr. n:t nwic ":!v f-r iiuliiii-uUnii, but s e iUenee. of gitpd Uv- li D'i'w I :tt ' th" writer. Write oinvi .1 on !!: ! llic pLcr. !; pnrtioulHrly cai-i-l'il in ;.'ivimt )ihiih; and !.i;i-h, to Itve ail letter or flfjn' laiti tni djrtiiu't mm -r LOVE'S RESUUEECTIOX. I uiwlt ttrava fff Qotul Lo.ro trmnn, Midi anu U aojB ia u tcnoT UiAee, Witlitrpt-nabovrftlorwindiitOKiKbin. I "" 1,1 ,"' . or birds u rnnko bou(j in tiirough uitbe-j with perplexity or something and spring day , . . ... j IMake's widow lmiked np without speak- wisra I mretciied mywU on the prove inking.. Jake nodded pleasantly fouror -.imiw, - -.- - '-..five times. - v'"".. .i?.'" f.!.V,o.1.v. " Vootv clapper? " asked ho r x o 4 tru I Uil t injisijiitru 111". l.ui.,.,.11 v. ... The blank morrow. Iu-liitl on-1 Mil, ...Wt In. I r And I i-rW: "O iJovel thou !rt full ii of Milt'iiil lr And pomp and dominion ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. 12, 1880. CARROLL. ITEMS. One of the hotel bell at Trexevant i rung with a broom. No liqour is aold at Larinia, and it : consequently one of the best neigb borbooda in the county. Wa learn of many cases of typhoid fercr and pneumonia in the western part of the count j, some of them re suiting fatally. Last Thursday at Trezevant, Henry iJUj and Elijah 8cates had an alter cation in which Clay inflicted a very serious wound upon Scates's head with a skillet lid, it is thought fracturing the skulL It is said that Clay was in ; liquor, and that the parties were friends. 'rem the Huntingdon Vindicator. John Mathis, a young man highly esteemed by all who knew him be cause of his many good qualities, died at his home in McLeniorsville, lact week, of pneumonia. Mrs. Kyle, ife of one of Carroll county's most etteemed citizens Joe Kyle, Esq., died at her borne, five miles east of town, last week. She was a good woman, and has gone to her reward. The following marr...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 February 1880

H. B. Howell & Co., Grocers, Cottan Factors AID " Commission Her cliants So, 268 FROST -STREET,' MKMiHI8,rrKNK. ' Ia addition totheialeef Cotton, we aaadln nil kindj of Produce. ep7-if LAN WIDE BBOOKft. Edit!- mm Prvpri.c.r. irBMUinios BATIX, Twt dollar a year; one dollar for i g aienthg; nfty Mli tur tare, aioata.., ihiiixht it id- faKOB. VOLUME VI. MXLAJST, TENNESSEE, FEBRUARY 19, 1880. NTOIBER 51. Entered at tha pod ofice at Milan, Tana., M imU elaf matter. MILAN EXCHANGE Exchange. Ml PROFESSIOXAL CARDS W. M. JlcCALL, Attorney at Law, Milan, Tcnn. WUI pratie in Gibson and a Ijolnlng o tie, and ia the fnprenie and Federal eonrta at Miwi, tU tha federal eearl. at Jlota tua. epl-ly Y, X. Ware, Attorney at Law. Milan, Tain. ftf ICE 3rd noor a (tain in tba Collin UiMk. jan:o-ly Wiaa A . Coorna,, Trenton, Toon. E. J. lti'm.. Alamo, Tenn. Jau. t. WaLiKK.Xrcr.ton.Tann. Cooper, Buclmnatut Walker Attorneys at Laic, Trenton, Tenn. mona Taylor Block, Colic. Stmt, Treu-wh,Imiii-,u ever C....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 February 1880

MILAN,.EXCHANGE. WiBI BBOOKS, IdlUr Proprifton. MILAN, - - " TENNESSEE. CUKKEKT NEWS. TrAJSHTNGTOX. OOKQKM8IOHAL FKOCKDrWOS. ' ' Feb. 9. Semite Resolutions of the Lou isiana Legislature, declaring that KellofTK was not elecU-51 Sebator, anl that Spofford was and should have his seat, were ordered printed and referred. Aftr the Introduction of a nuniler of reports, memorial, etc., tlie bill to revive and continue the Court of Cora mhudoners of Alnbuina Claims was tak en up, and Mr. Davia of Illinois made a speech In favor of the bUL Brief speeches were also made by Messrs. Edmunds and Blaine in opposition to the bill. HimrtK lartre number of bills were Introduced. amonj them the following: By Mr.lQtchentf 4)-TnovotDeut on Iron and stell : v Mr. J ilce (K..IaH.) TO establish a BoardW Comiiioni of Inter, suite Commerce:" by Mr. Hutching n., A. T.) Providing that the term of ofllce of Chief Supervisors of Election shall be two veara; also, prohibiting the arrest of election officers on ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE A BUOOKS, MiUni Proprlfltors. "MILAN, - - . - ' TKXXESSEE. HOME AXD FOREIGX GOSSIP. Ir is proved that Gonzales, who shot at King Alphonso, is a mere drunkard, without political animus. The value of live stock received at the Union fitock-yards in Chicago, for 1879, wm $114,795,U, an increase of more th&u 58,500,000 over 1878. A bick woman at Weifiord, Wis., be lieved she was bewitched by an old ha"; who lived near by, and a number of superstitious women were, of the same mind. They took the' supposed witch to the invalid's house, read the Bible to her, and pounded her cruelly, one of them using a club. They are to be tried lor their assault. ....... That cmrcoal is one of the best known invixiies for the disordered state into which hojfs drift, usually-having disordered bowels, ail the time giving eff the worst k'nisof evacuation. Prob ably the best form in which charcoal can be given is in the form of burnt orn perhaps, because when given in other iorms the ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1880. The Chicago Journal, a strong pro tection organ, it hit ia a tender place hj the advance in the price cf print paper, and eaya ot the paper maker? They have entared into a cold blooded combination of extortion, and if, at tha result, Congresc ahould vote admit foreign paper free ot doty, thaj will wish thej hadn't turned the IrgitimaU business of manufacturers Uto a conspiracy of robbery. The Journal is one of the oldest and most steadfast advocates ot a tariff for the protection of our domestic manufactu ring interests against undue foreign competition, but whenever these in terests, or any of them, shall tuke ad vantage of this fostering protection to oppress the public by a merciless and swinish noliev of Llood aurtintr. ihai L j Q, . Journal, for one, would urge Congress i to let down the bars of protection at eco in or ier to teach them reason and decancy, and we would not hesitate to endorse similar measures for checking oppressive monop...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 February 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE! fiH'USDAY. FEB. 1, 1880. II.KOAIt TiMK TARt.Clk. fcW.I.Ual 0rlaaM U.K. Teal. U.v. M.iea aa fellow, nirf alW l..J. . . riMIKOKt TB1IXS. I. ara, loetes at.. ...10 :tf an 4 a- .u . ..... z:x pm fe. .. Uj. " li:Wt m 4 . "--- . .12:0ft am i iat a.eat Sneea minutes slower thnn town imi. . J-C.LbHK.. Agent. Milan. J. e . M A J5, Sap't, Jarkeon. Teaa. . iHAADLKK, U. i A T- A.. New Orleans. B. MoRkY.G.T. A..NewUriene. lmmUl A aetahvf ll dk til. B B. K. Yrsues l.re Milan aa follows an and after Jae. 11, lew. rimgaaia tcais. e ' . mini! . ilJWaxu A. 3. " ...l:vPes He . " " (to Humboldt)... t:fe an e. .. ..m. " . Il:l0m Ha. . " " :Vfam . a. " ," (Aeeommedat'a' 5:50 pm A..W. LtlWXU. Arent. . r. A TV BE. 0. F. CAXTWKLL, p. & r. f.w.l t icket Ac't. a SI ALL cniscc. : A heavy rain fell here yesterday maraing. I To-dav is the seventeenth anniver sary ef the Knights of Pythias. . y The- juveniles of Milan hare a de feating society which meets every Fri iy hif kt. r That's it. boje...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 February 1880

The Xu la tie ffla. Many years ago, when the rrofessor was younger than he is now, he used to look up at the moon and wonder what the queer-looking figure might be that seemed to inhabit the bright yellow dic. When he aked what it was people would say, " Oh, that's the man in the moon," as though that settled the mat ter and it wasn't necessary to say any thing more abont it; and so he was left to puzzle it out: a"t one time discovering a man with a bundle of sticks across his shoulder, and another time a great etaring face looking down npon the world like one of the pumpkin lanterns which boys in the country proudly ex hibit on dark nights. At that time the Professor did not know that in every age of the world" and in nearly every nation other children besides himself had been curious about this matter, and that innumerable stories had been in vented to satisfy their curiosity. One of these stories, perhaps the most ancient, relates that the man in the moon is the man who was found...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 February 1880

TO COF-RESFOITOENTS. All oruaauuucaiioiu fortbts jsjwrlionllb kectnui'Hniot by Uie named lii'j author, not ;-'.' i'y l"rjublioaii"B. butas evidence o wool luitii'on lne paTt ol.tlia iii;r, Write nlvon on? wW.! tliepuper. He particuitriy err!nl la ivinK naiuei ami cliit-. to Jaave mji letu-rs cr figure plain uul litinct. A'SJFO MM SOFTLY. ' Answer him nft'.r. Tou can not know, v. In the depths Vie'iotr, Bow slian was Uie struggle, the flphi'" be made, Ere the price he paid. And yielded liia soul t the tnn?pter rxiw In a hatty how ... . Jtnuwur Mm oitlv; for it may be Like the murtiv trea, '.' ' Which tn-d in niany a atorm its strength, To be rvnt at lentrtb Ee utrosrelwi fuH oft, and reaissad well, - Though at lost he leii. , . s imwr him softly, let yon be tried On vour weaker ide, r And f ili, as N;Jore yon so many have aoiie, Who lu tiiHifrht had won ; J ' Fall, too, ere teniputtion had spent Its loree In iW subtle coume. Anirwer him softly; for none can toll,' When the storm-clou...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 February 1880

- MILAN EXCHANGE r THURSDAY. FEB. '19, 1880. A CIIAXCE ACQUAINTANCE.. &' Washington noiineu 31a Gare Pntident II -re Political "Points." Cerrrt poad.aee ef the Ik'esr Yark Craphie. Wah.uxutos, Feb. 6. Ooeofour moat opul&r and enterprising busi. ncu men was ic New Jerter several weeki ajro, and got int the traio to come home. The parlor car was crowded, but the porter said: 'Take your seat anywhere, air, for a few iniuutea. Some of theae pas enpr get out eoon, and then I'll give jau a eeat." My friend entered the car, and without ceremony seated himrelf by a atranger, who was reading a New York morning paper. My friend is a little sensitive about the stoty I am to tell, and I will not give his ntme, but for the purpose cf identification I will call hint Teters. He is a very socia ble mau, a stalwart Republican, and pretty well upon politics. The etrangor laid down his paper pretty soon and engaged in conversa tion with Peters on t"e topics oi the day. Business, speculation an...

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