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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1880

rain MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MARCH .11, 1880. 'fciaIM.LMUXrr!Maa BL. (U Traiarlf-er Milaa a fellow on ta4 after J.JMMW. T ..... ; i J.i.w. -. ., ..iw m a: Tiki eWitt fifteen mis tr slower thin ' It-tA '!. . J C. jj Vi.1, A ga t. M ilea . J.tf. MAJ!f.tSVt,Jkiii.i.Tna. .CUAMl.tK. O. f.T. aNwOrieea. .A. JtuKkV.ij. T. A-ew OHoaaa. J.alevlll Kawefcvllta ,t. k. K. JL. Traiae leavt jfalaa u JeilewB a aftw JM.U.1M. - riKMia ruiu. - lfcnB e.T Ber.. " te Hambaldt).- f o an i 1 H) am rJ::'SBi . (aomamodat nt iSt pin A. W. LOiSU, Areut. 0. F. OA XT WELL, . : Loral X iekvt -, Ne.t. .. . F, ATMORE, taea. 1. SMALL IIIAIVGC. - M Peach and plum tree are In bloom, Wiuter weather again this moms The upper end f Main street hat been fenced in ou account of the mud holes, r .. ' . J Rev. F. P. Flauiken is holding a se ries of meetings at Odd Fellows' Uali It is hoped much good may result. A force h j leen at work since our last cleaning op a part of Main and Jackson streets a great improrcment. Members...

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. — 11 March 1880

MY LOSS. Pay fiT iny, whll at niv winmw Kilting, 1 m- the cl-iirttru t tli-ir ly sear liy; . Uk iniiu illifii in nililiMT aidi'tiH tiittiisx, Ihvy lio round ix.ni atli riy wau hlul ej e. Tlio littV '''. with fltmlwl and merry fnfn, OlaiKP c uie Biyly lor my uiixwfring Anil tcuipt me with their most alhirtn? (criu-es 10 rut tuought away while they be guile. Blondo heir and l.ro.n in toft confusion fclftiiliatr, Black I've m.d I. iua upturned to uiectmy Eoww, botli v. him and ilnk, their cotra.t Toftilum-w umityto Hie 'nildetlng mar.c But oe by one, tired out with wbon tln-v TIB1llL'. Steal clow iy hotiK-ward tliroutrh the sonnet liplit. I;inory lmck beyond the dark y.mra, Ktmvinjr Amonir Him days of yora thftf soem so bright. I turn my h-nd, a radiant, polden plmidor feiiinca from the wwt oros the pictured And frWriiii-fc a ? divinnlv tender. With lmm orowu hair waved round it, fall on fail; With vtolft tje: w winitome In their aweet- That mine jr w smiling in Bpite of grief and pain...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1880

TOi CORRESPOKDETTrS. ' All cnmmunicirioin for tuts papr shoujd le Accompa ied ly the iwme of. t lie author, not nceMrily iur publication, bntas evidence fit good faith on the jinn of the writer. Writ only on one eMi-of the pajxrr. lie particularly eareful la Fivinjj names anl dates, to liar all letter or empire plain anU distinct. TO-MORIIQW. . " To-morrow never come r" 8aid my little child one day; " To-morrow is no lonjr to wait, bo very far away." To-morrow never conies?" I've thought it o'er and o'er ; To-day is all that we. ran claim, We uiut not look lor more. To-morrow never comes !" Ait lion i-li, before our face, The shadow of another day Is always on our race. But when we try to overtake, We find the shadow flown. And then it is to-day attain. And our to-morrow' gone. We have a little space Ienlt out, in which we may Do a'J our work for God and Heaven, And that la cailod to-duy. O! why then should I watt Kor time which may not be? To-day will come atcuin in turn, But may n...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1880

I?' MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MARCH 11, 18S(J. Jefierson'i Manners. Frera the Youth's Companion, When Jefferson became a president be earned Lis simple mauaers and tat-tea into official life. He determined tbat hii inauguration as the chief officer of ( the republic should be as free from difplaj aa possible. Dressed in plain black clothes, he rod on horseback to the old capital, without guard or (servant, dismounted without assistance aud hitched hi horse to the fence. Oo the iter he was met by a number of friends, who accompanied him to the leuate chamber, where bo deliv ered hisinaugaratiou address. During the administration of Gen. Washing ton and Johu Adams the sessions of Congress had been opened in a stjle similar to that which the English sov ereign opens parliament The presi dent, accompanied by a large escort on horseback, drove in state to the senate chamber, and the house of rep resentatives being summoned, he read his address. Mr. Jefferson, to whom 8uch ceremonies were ...

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. — 18 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WllDEABBMKI. . IvdUiora fTwprielara. . VBttCKIPTie KATKft. Tw dollar a yean en dci'nkr for six moatbn fty mu for tare meaths. lftiuti.T in - tllN. Its tared at th vit offlo at Xilaa, Tana., aa aeeead aUat aattar. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SHALL PEOFITS Would respectfully call the attention of air . seen Came. Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Hatches, Cameo and Amethyst Kings, Cbius, Uwkets, ociety Badges, Solid Silver and beat plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Aad a great many ether article geaerally found beta beuicnt at greatly reduced prices. I oner at phoel anr eastora prices. Teeeavince yourself hvry article m warrantee; a represented, or Order from a distance filled with prompt fcepairing vf dittoalt watches and Jewelry a saarll-ly ? PROFESSIONAL CARDS W. M. McCALL, Attorney at Late. Milan, Tenn. WUI practice ia Uibsea and a 'joining eean- tie, aad ia the bupretn pre no aai aderal court at the Federal coarta at Mem- Jacksoa, aad ia pM. seot5-ly T. L. Ware, Attorne...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 March 1880

MILAN' EXCHANGE WADE BEOOES, Edlrsc4 Fraprielora. , , VILAS, " - TENNESSEE. SEWS 101- MRYWEESE. k BRIEF SX'MIKY OF THE WO ) ELD'S ' 1TOBK. PERSONAL iKD POUTICAX.4 t -t Count do Le&seps had an Interview with President n aye oa th 6th, during which the Inter-oceanic canal project was 179617 dis cowed. Ie Leseep stated that it was not contemplated that the canst should be under foreign control, and he would be glad to have the majority of the stock phuwd In this country. " A John H. Palmer Presidential dub ha been organized at Springfield, EL The Ixufelana Democratic State Conven tion has been called (or April 12th, to select delegates to Crocftmati. The Ilonse Committee on . Coinage, Weight and Measures have agreetM report favorably Representative Fort's bill to pro vide for the exchange of trade-dollars for legal tender silver dollars. A provision was added that the Secretory of the Treasury hall cause to be exchanged at t'ae Treas ury and at all Sub-Trearorie United 8tates legal...

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. — 18 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE BKOOKS.EaiUrsaad Proprietor. MILAN, .TENNESSEE. FAMOUS FIGHTERS. The OM-T1 ttospftradora. Robbers and banuiwn 1 Utm Lower Mississippi. From the Sacramento Ueeord-Union. I he las ton an who would ccntine liinielf to a simple narration of fsicts in erring a history of events on the Mississippi River, from the period em' "braced between the years of 1815 to 1835, in this matter-of-fact age, would be accused f transcending the bounds -of truth and reveling in the realms of rfictkm. To provoke such an accusation -as this there is no necessity of drawing on the imaginationf-a simple record of facts is all-sufficient for ibis purpose "The first settlement of any new country aiwavs attracts in advt.nce the bold and adventurous, as well as the ' criminal elements -of civilized lociety; and the first peopling of the Southern and West ern states brought more of such men within their limits than did the older sections of the Union. New Orleans, in the State of Louisiana, was...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MARCH 18, 1880. Buffalo gnaU have made tbeir ap pearance at Memphis. - Measles are still in maoj iamilie ef this city. Jarl&on Tribune fr Sun. It are, are it I The Shelby county Kepublieans met in Memphis List Monday and a pointed delegates to the state oonyn tion. They declined to instruct for Grant. The Democratic caucus .committee have' been considering the subject of the electoral vote and mode of coun ting it. Better adhere to the constitu tional mode. Deliver us from any fur ther tinkering. At the National Greenbnak Con vention, held iu HL Louis a iew days since, the following ticket was decided on: For President, Stephen D Dillaye, f New Jersey; for Vice President, B. J. Chambers of Texas. Tha Supreme Court rendered a de cision last week which allows cities and towns to tax vehicles used in car rying goods to customers free. The decision says they are subject to a privilege tax like vehicles run for pay. The Tribune and Sun of last week says that ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE ; niriTrci- v M 1 tvvIT 1 B fiafk mmm biiliwab tim tablev TUo..H.L. 1.0 ..; m - I IU'- ... ,1T - - - ' Jaa. 17,l. It . 1. orth . Iwtm .., 1, J: 54 piu e. Z.MCI), " . 12:U0 us So... " " UrOSam Tia aboat tftMn innt slower than tuirn torn: i - C. LoPLl, Afent, Milan. . t, . M 4'X, fVt, Jaekson.Tenn. . CHAM) LEU., Si. f. T. A.. New Orleans. . K. M'hkV.i. X. A..r.wOrieani. VeMrtaviUc Naohvlllc it. R. K. K. Tiaiat loaro Uilaa a follow oa aad after Jw. It. liM. , riwtvoti re-itxa. ... . - r . . tonka. Ihw at .-. ..jiz-'v im I to liaaiboUtfc.. am 1100 am Ht. . - Acea,aaodaX'D 5:50 pm A- W. UtVtNtf. Arnt. CP. ATK0RB, - 0. f. CANTWKLL, tea. P. AT. Local li:ket A t- 4. " ' :.nain .SHALL. CIIAXGE. See 'change ia quarterly meeting appoiutrneuts. . . Don't fail to read our new adver tisements this week. A big white frost fell Tuesdaj night. It look like winter again. There was a. very plsasant-social .bop at the Milan House on Tuesdaj night. r ' "I' . Bailej'a deservedly popoular d...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 March 1880

BETTER THAN GOLD,- Can j n:i trll m tie to Jennie's house Jenmp. the liiitxl'n on- lauKlitr? Vanv a inver Inim fur uml ntuiiv Tii "iai'l, 1"" vainly Kouhl her. f, i Knt "-li(nie tlie v&yiotiprliouHc.old man J l'v i-:iusy tuid wit i.nrt pluck; JLu1 wl-re many luv' Jailo L tuerel may win. fur !v ia iitji X It luck." " I can t 11 you tlie road to Jenuie'a house : It' oulv a lnt f a miie Over tin? mcailn acrooii the moor, Aix'l you'll tome to the a.ur4a style. " Eauy to fln-1. Hnl a f.ifr Ktntleht roat ; Hut I'll tell m Im fore ymi Hurt, XT'r inuny a lover fi::ts Ji-nnie's house That utvr Gutl? Jennie's heart." i ' " t7in tell me the road toiler heart, olJ man." You'll never tm foit win there; , It I no-i-p hud narrow, anrt none need go Kxue.nl ia :i carriage and Jiair." But the youth wild Rayly. ' Good by, old man, Ixivers uliouM never lie late." . And Jo ! hen he not to fair Jnnk.'a house. She stood at the garden gMe. AjkI w hen he pimard over the moor again, He rode in u vHrriair...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 March 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. ' ' A!t communication lor t big paper should b eccompatitod by fie name of the author, nut nceMirily tor publication, butas evidence of frood faith on tlie part of the writer. Wriie oui v on one side of t ho paper. Be particularly careful In (riving names and dates, to lutva aii letters or figure plain and dlatiuct, JIEIt SWEETHEART. My sweetheart has a red-brown beard. And bonnieeye of blue. Of no ten men la he aiuar'd, ' - - T one wre mn r.' tru,' For I Mtaiid lowly try tat ti&a, A lily by a yew. He took a bullock by The bead, And bore the ImiUoc down ; He threw John Plumber's lump of lead - Front Crallow'a-hlll to town; And yet his arm around my waist - la soft as sarin gown. Yoa may hare brighter eye than mine. And better-colored balr. Your band rnay be more white and fine, Your tightened waist more spare. You charm all other men I him. 1 want no charm you bear. 'J'intley't Magazine. A GAIXSBOltOlV.II nAT. The Drnrv Lune Pantomime wishing U see, I thither ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 March 1880

i i! n H MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAIiCH 18, 1880. ITIIV HOT GROW FIGS? We copj the following from the Anna (111.) Farmer and Fruit Grower, and call the special attention of our fruit growers to it We beliere that the fig caa be successfully grown here around Milan. W hare heard of one or two parties who have succeeded in this county. Suppose some ener- getic man tries te experiment. The fig u a semi tropical fruit, jet . is perfectly hardy in the southern, and in pertions of the middlestates, as well established trees endure fifteen or trenty degrees of frost. With a lit tle protection in winter they can bt grown wherever the peach can be in this country. Gen. Worthington, of Cbillicothe, Ohio, two degrees north of this, has often written of his success Vith figs, and urged their culture. He has grown them with uniform cer tainty of crops for many years, and in considerable quantity. In a late article he says: "It is quick grown, uit our climate admirably, is easily protected, is a...

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. — 25 March 1880

t&?rr. vr,--.rieta.:ryirc? MILAN EXCHANGE - WARE A KHOOUS, MJiwre 4 7i-iprler. SrRftOaiFTIOS SATES, t we evolUr. a year; eae deliar foriiiBioBthr; far eeeas for IkrN oaths. ivakialt i a- IUUL B tared at tba p aot aJ; Milan, Teiia., m sad Um matter. FINE JEWELRY! aUICK SALES AND SHALL PKOPITS -o- "T Weald reapeetfutly call tke atieatfea f my flUCH AS- Cttaee, Coral, Black Onyx aad Gold SeU, Diamond?, American and Foreign Wstche, Cnmv) and Amethyst Kings, Chains, Lockets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and best plated, ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Aad a greet naar ether article generally found 'In a Srst-elase Jewelry Star, which baring ema a.u fet el greelly rwiured prices. I oiler at lower rtc than found elsewhere. an.' will du ftmu any twtira prioea. To convince yoursell please gire a call and examine goods and price-.!. kvery eruele is warranted as represented, or tne noney :efuacU'd. atreera fresa a distaece allud vita promptness and roods Kiel on approral by express. lapairiag e...

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. — 25 March 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE VIDE BEOOKS, EdlUr ui Prop rif lor. MILAN, TENNESSEE. NEWS IN BRIEF. rOH PILED TEOK VAJJ0TJ5 BODICES. PKBSOXM. AND POLITICAL. The President ban nominated Jacob Ken crick Upton, of New Hampshire, Assintant Sec-etarr of the Treaury; Arthur Ed ward Of liichigan, Agent for Indians, at the Omaha ad Winnebago Agency. Nebraska; Edward H. Bowman, Illinois, Agent at the Pswnee Agency, Indtea Territory. The Preflidon'bas demanded the ref.ipna tloo of Minister 8ewrd, of China,' on ae oouct of recent development by the House Committee. The Mifwonri Democratic State Conven tion, to select delegates to the National Con- rontton, will be held on May 26th, at "Moberiy. A special from Rome tay that the Tope baa approved and named Rt. Rev. Michael Tleisn, now Bishop of La Crosac, Wis., as Coadjutor, with the right of succeeding, to fb. archbishop of Milwaukee, and approved and named Rev. John A. Watterson, Pret tiest of ML SL Mary'i Collepe, Eramett- turg, Md., to be Bishop of Columbus...

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. — 25 March 1880

MILAN ' EXCHANGE 1fiIE k BSOOES, Cdltrv an Proprietor!. JIILAX, - - TENNESSEE THE CITY OF THE PUEBLOS. ; - P.lP!rturi of the Natlvo Mxlrn Lava In a Cottage IdlenM, I'irt and Content ment. (Mrs. Gov. Wallace In the Independent. Acros the way are a dozen Mexicans wrapped in rreav old blankets, sittin lite lour and twenty blackbaMs all in row. I know their faces and Lave not missed one in a month. They lire In -condition of body and mind hard for an American to realize. A kind of presen existence, without lovmjr reference to the past ; a . passive wailing for the fa inre, witaout an inquiry or a WLsh, fear or a hope. s. Small, lank, dark brown fellows : eight with high cheek bones and thick lips, betravinj; Indian blood : hair loner, straight, black ; ew dark, suspicious, wavering-; habitually 6Uent; when speaking, with gloomy difference, in a voice as sad as memory tisewnere they would go as tramps but tramping is a grand fatigue. They prefer to sit round instead. It is said this is t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 March 1880

"-iMiPsWS!S6!f!r! MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1880. ' Col. D! Fu&iac has been appointed General Meager of the Nashville, Challauoofra trd St. Louis Railwaj. TLe Brownsville Democrat calli fknator Ba jarJ a "gold bug." What kindefa Imj is Tilden, Neighbor? A humbug? We ar glad to anotunce that the rnmor that Gen. Grant was lost in the lite storm in the Gulf of Mexico is untrue. lie arricd at Galreslon on Tuesday and was honored with a grand ovation. , dnc.ttB&ti's reception and banquet U the gawtts of their new Southern .riilraRi, hut week, was a grand affair. " The governors of Keutucky, Tsnnea ee, Georgia and Ohio were present, besides numerous other distinguished iitt. It is said have been a most r jojable ecasiou. Aftr a correspoudence with the governors of North and South Caroli na and Virginia, Governor Marks has j-pfcinted commissioners to arrange, in connection with coniniisaioiiers ap pointed by the States named, for the centennial of the battle f King's Mount...

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. — 25 March 1880

;1 MUM EXCHANGE THUKS5UY. M AI1CII 25. 1880.- BAIlAD TIME TABLES. 1'Uun.kLlMhlAItaOrlMM U.K. I tioilr, :mu fellow oa and after Ja- 17. Mow. K. 1. Bnk. leave L....'.......10:i'5 tin de.3. ' ... k: pin a, swells, . " k liwi n .. " :. fctttam limeebaat -eea minnte slower than town eisue. J- C. L'jYl.l, Atnol, Milan.- J. t. MaXS. Sup't, Jackon,Tena. jr. CtlANDLKK. G. P. A T- A.. Now Orleans. . B. MORXi.rt. T. A.. New Orleans lXeUsrille A Huh villa A (. . R. XL Train lease Mi lea aa ioUeu und after Jan. I, law. r .asaieu roisa. ::t . f. aorta. IM.L ..H:30aa ...IfeM pin (to Jiagiboldt).. :5 aia 11:10 am . am (Aeeatamodat'n) 5:50 pm X- W. IM V iXU. Agent. . 0. F. CASTWELL. Lcl licktt Ac t- . a.. . F. ATMUliK. t. A X. IHALL C II AX ft E. The L. A N. pay train came down krt laU Monday and made the boys 1'rosjiepo Lodge, K. P., knighted t Eaquirea and made one Page at the last meeting. .Parson Holt is building an exten di brick addition to his already large chops & First and Jackson stree...

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. — 25 March 1880

THE STORY VF A LIFE. AcM:rt S narwry ciyii; a !oy in a cricket e.ui "ist,M A jeuti! f'r p'uar.tay sighing a man ith a Ct o! I': if gtmt . ' A l n;t Ut1-J up and nftrrowpd a task ro- lcaTd in vain . A Jui'-I ''" k! deep and harioweU, but baie an'l harr-n )f crain. , - - y 6m- wut ot -xpei-ieac w&sted, o counsel in i u mW'ivtood, Wi!eii;fl,itter lien tasted, and jiainthat 1M liiiu no pood. A future i.dj Imit-livarUjd, tor dim U the la- tUMr JIO-.V, Thatil.u ii;i!;- curd U partod, and death I dump nil tli- !mw And tie debt ut pay 'y tlie debtor a doctor. it Ihwait, a niiiiip, A fctiiiiT be hiioiii'1 Imvo licn Itetter, a doubt ti fieoo'.iid !:vr In-en won; Whilo tins f.-iiwt;y (inp-r traces its guostly mHHi;-'( lioin. And a troop oi u lnwtly faces passed, on In darkened itntm; With cuoftly liHpej to beckon, and ghotitly ir-w to :u'.l. And t'.ic tfvirn recorder to reckon, and add the total o! all. A sum ot-lif expended a pearl In a pig- trnnub cfht A cciiihwIv piHyeO and ended and wh...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 March 1880

TO CORRESPOHUENT All eommamratinit for this paper, should be accompanied by the name of the iuthor, not necessarily lorivubllnanon, butiM evidence of pood faith on the rt of tue Writer. Writ only on one triIe of the paper, lie particularly careful In giving naaixn and dutrft, to buve Ail letter or figure plain and distinct. . 4LF0KS0. Xy, nay, Alfonso thrice I've Mid thee nay-1 Wliy dot tUou linger here, and plead aiid What too' I gav: thee hope on yesterday 'ill at is an ae gone by. Why, men have wandered, desolate and poor, Stuujr with the pain remembered pleasure ortngg. Feeding on crumbs Wide some cottage -door, Who yesterday were kings. Women have walked np acaffolds all alone JereU by tbc mob, scarce givea time to pray, Who eal in purple robe nion a throne, 1'roud queens on yesterday. Men hare gone forth te battle with each other, In deadly xtrife to struirgle and to slay. Who at one board, as brother aita by brother, Feaxted on yesterday. So say not I am fickle, or unkind, Or...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 March 1880

wn. an exchange; THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1880. Crapes in Faptrllat. We wish to add our testimony in la ter of the value of paper bag protec tion for grape. We long since gave np all hope of growing any good ta ble grapes ia our county on account of the universal destructiveness of the "rot," but seeing such positive eta'te mente by many reliable parties re garding the service of paper bags, we fast summer applied the little bags to about half the clusters on the few vines (Concords) we had left. The enclos ure was made when the grapes were about one quarter grown, the rotting having already commenced on some clusters. The result far exceeded our anticipations, every single grape not already attacked maturing perfectly inside the bags. On gathering the grapes in August we found that theee particular berries winch had ben at tacked with the fungus before bagging Lad perished and dried up, but the disease had not spread in the least The perfection of most of the clusters was delightful. Ev...

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