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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 April 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE SUPPLEMENT. THE APPETITE OF BREAD. Paxil Cerrapoidonee f the New Orlaaai Pie arai. Did you know that bread wan not only eaten, but eats? Darwiu has told us that wime flowers enjoy a porter lioue fteak. how II. Ischeurer Kets rer assures us bread has a nigger's par tiality for hogs aud hominy. The dis covery is interesting to dyspeptics, for bread can be made to do the work of the alimentary canal and relieve dys peptics of all bother except mere de- g u it on ana 01 course, paying me bakers bill, which is harder work than digestion. science has since found that several vegetable juices, or gaps, dissolve meat, but M. Scheurer Kestner is the first person who ob served that in the process of bread making a peculiar fermentation takes place which produces complete diges tion of meat. A beef steak hashed fine and mixed with dough containing yeast disappears entirely by the time the bread is taken trom the oven The steak's nutritive principles are dissolved and incorporate...

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. — 6 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WtBEA BKOOKK. EUrw and freprielora. uiiiuiirrioi EiTts, lmlolUntrw; one4ullarfnr uiwothtr-r; fly reaU fur three nualht, ixtikiihlt i a - Xatared at tae t U llils a. Tea, a squall elas matter. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND "T Would respeelfully call (he attention of my suu as Caaeo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Aiethyst Rings, Chains, Lockets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, An-1 a great tniuir other article generally found ia a 6rt-rlf -Jewelry 'tore, which tivin: !0 boa'.'lii at grnatlv redui-ed price. 1 offer at b.wer rtes tfcun found rJecwbere. aim du plicate any eastern pries. To convince yourself please gi-v a usll aud examine good and prices, livery arlieiee warranted as represented, r the money lefnndcd. rden from a di-tance tilled with prfitnptncut and goods suit on approval by express. IUpniriiif mt diiaeult watches and Jewelry a specialty, and warranted at reasonabl...

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. — 6 May 1880

F "1L t. lMIIM AM) FIKKSIDE. (I.hhI milk r''iMrcs jjikhI. '.in;I fix. !. a lar-c yield of milk re-juin-.s ji upjU" of ;hkI. .-ouni fwii. StniwbernVs .-in- now rtilth atM in rows thri-c f(-t H:irt, which is said t be inMi li l etter thun j!;int4'd in nia.-ses. Nii-e Puildiiifj Saiicp. One cup su jrar, one e. one heaping tahlospoouful of i;i!i:er be l:a(eti loa-rc:im, one cup of liniiiti water to bfl iii-klv stirred in ju.-t before1 serving. Flavor to the tate. Co'.vs remove tnorc from the pas lures than their droppings supply; there fore it is ap'ood plan to spread manure over them sprinkled with plaster to save the aniin.'wiia for the young grass in the early spring. !ld-Fa-hioned Indian I'udding. One ipiart of buttermilk: two eggs; a few dried berries and a t.'aspooiilul of Rih ratus. Stir in Indian ni-'ul to a stiff hatter. lVil two hour.s in a udding ljag, with a piece of salt pork in the. "Water. (jood I)oi:ghuuts. Take a quart of new milk, one cup of hop emptyings and prepare t...

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. — 6 May 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. AI communications for tills paper should be accompanied by the name of tbe author, not necessarily tor publication, but as evidence of good faith on the purt of tlio writer. Writ only on one side of thepupcr. lie particularly careful In giving name and dates, to have ail letter or figures plain and distinct. Some of tlie Exploits of Famous Crimi nals. Sail a, well known New York detective to a Sun rcM.rtcr: It is a mistake to suppose that Euro pean crimiiials nre superior to ours in atlroiliu'ss au J boldness. Our bank burg lars are alial of their English rivals, and so in almost every other branch of criminality. Some novel things done on tbe other tiide of the water have given rise to the notion in some people's minds that the Kurope.m criminals have more originality than ours. )ne of their queer est ami niot novel tricks was the clock work dodge for burglar'. That was operated in Px'lgium, and, I lx lieve, in l'aris. . Jewelers were the victims. A man would go ...

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 May 1880

MTT.AN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1880 OUR SPRIIG STOC ' The appoiu trueii t of Postmaster Gen . ertl Key aa th successor of Judge Trigg gites general satisfaction in this end of the stat. His ability and honesty.ia conceded by all parties. Col. Doak, of the Nashville Amei ican, delivered an elaborate lecture at the Exposition laet Friday night on the Educational history of the Ftate. It is a mst excellent historical docu meat. The spring session of Milan College closes to-morrow, for want of money to continue longer. It is very unfor tunate that more money is not collec ted for public school purposes. As it is, the tax is iust sufficient to run a fair school fire or six months, thus breaking down good private schools, and then childreu have to "run wild" the balance of the year. W it h the pres ent excellent corps of teachers, under tho direction of Prof. Hooker, who is conceded to be the best disciplinarian and teacher Milan has hi d in years our school has become ODe of the best i...

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 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THUKSDAY. MAY 6, 1880. KAlLROin TIME TAIU.fc. . M fcC Lti a KwOrlrana K.R. Traia leave XiJaa as follows a and after Ju. i;, i mo. 5. :55 pm e. 1. euotk. - U.UI m " " U.-ttaa Timeabeaitf fleen aiaat lorr than tow a time. J. C. L.OIKZ, A trot, Milan. J.. JUKN.fiep't.Jaek.oB.TeBn. F.l alAVDI.Ltt., l. 1 JtT- A ..Sew Orleans. I. B. JuRti.i. T. A-.NewOrl.3LM. Udnillf Snake-Ill tiU K. R. R. Trains leave Mtlaa m fvMowt an 4 after J as. 14, lew. rjuuMca rauKH. So. l.sonUuJeavesaL 12:30 e. 1. li:I pia ite tiaeaboldt)... :rt am IP.Oam S:?5ain Aeceanmodat'n) ii pin A. W. IMVIKQ. Agent. 0. F. CAST WELL. Local Ticket Ag t- .. i. e. 4. " 2e.a. - C. J. ATMOJIE. Wen. H. AT. A XXO VXCJLUEXTfi. Te t'aaadialate. The following are oar prima fur aanouneiag aaidaU leraiEce caftu i .. Far Congress, M Par the Igileto. H 00 Par County Offices. 00 Far .' a;rB. IM0NTON We are authorised U aa OnuutM tha Hon. I.lnf. II. HianoUl a aj diaaUt fr ra-election to Congress ia this dis trict, at the Nvvei...

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. — 6 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE . WADE A EBOOKS, Editor and Prop lie ton. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. HAT IS MUG OH IH TEE WOULD. - j Telegrams from San Francisco re garding the killing of Charles De Young, of the Chronicle, by I. M. Kalloch, a son of Mayor L S. Kalloch, which occurred on the 23d, say the affair caused' the most intense excitement, greater even than vaii Droduced by the hooting of the elder Kalloch by le Vouns a few months airo. The immedi ate cause of the tragedy was the circulation broadcast throughout the city, it is believed ly the agencv of Pe Younjr, of the reprint f a pamphlet entitled "The only full re jort of the trial of I. S. Kalloch on the eharce of adultery," originally printed in Bos ton from the. stenographer's notes of the trial The shooting took place In the counting room of the Chronicle office. Kalloch fired five shot at Ie Young, nly one of which, the fourth, took effect. De Young did not succeed in gvtting out his pistol until just as he fatal shot was...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE llil'MlkS. K.li nr nd Proprietor. MILAN, - - Ti:Trr HER MAJESTT. Ynn're proud tt rnar Freedom, Hut I of mjr gurwi, Most bolnt- novereiffn 1 hat evitr wn teen. 6he flonu and tunnnu me, 1 "t hrd mein thrall. And dav-time or night-time I hatte at her call. Ehe hat horeemen and hnraca. And xildieni who keep Their milunn eye. open When I am wlwp. She ha maiden of honor. All silent and fair. With atate robes, and jewels. And wonderful hair. She 'peak a strange language None t her may know; I on!t divine it, Thiouh loving her ao. Her Majrnty'e rintfer. That nerer are still, Plav tune on my heartstrings Whenever they will. As wayward and fitful A April i shs. Xet lovintr and lovely A lovely can he; The tinieat monarch That ever wu eon. Thev call her the Baby; lint he i mv Oueen. Louift Oiat.dltr Moution. in Tovth'$ Com panion. A IIYSOP CENTIPEDE. "A lie haa a hundred lees, the trnth but one." Jrulian I"roTerb, Mr. r,r en opened Ikt eves, and thought it uny::ylit : tlie ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY C, 1880 The L. &. If. Express. Th following is taken from the Louurille Post : For eome time negotiations Lave been in progres i looking to the with-s drawal of the Union Express Compile iit from the Louisville fc Nashville lines, the railroiul compacy to take to tal control of the express business, an J to conduct it as it docs the freight, passenger i.nd other departments. .Mr. Guthrie, President of the Union C0111 jwny, and Mr. Newcorub, President of the Louisville & Nashville, have been in New York for some time, and they have telegraphed to their home force that the details of the change have been arranged and it will take place shortly. Until their re turn nothing more definite than r-pecs ulation can be giveu as to the plans to be pursued. Mr. DeFuuiak. General Manager ot the L. & N. probably knows exactly what will be done but feels at liberty only to say thac the L. & N. will shortly conduct its own express business, and that the...

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. — 13 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE W4DK BKOUKN. Milan mm lrrirlra. Kl'KKCsMtTlOX B4TH. 1 vg dollar! a rr; e dollar fur ( saotithf ; fVv tx-nu fur sure month!, m tauavly ik - Ktw4 at the ot ofioe at Milan, Tenn.., M ca ela matter. FINE JEWELRY ! QUICK SALES AND SMALL PKOFITS. o T WisMrepe-tfU7aHt attention af my Mill AS Ciimco, Coral, Black Onyx and (Itdd Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Wttches, Camro and Amethyst Kings Ch lins, IjockeU, Society lladgrx. Solid Silver mid liest plate! ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Ami a rrest tasay allier articles renerallr found 'in a first -class Jewelry atore. which hin k.eeu o.iuitat at areatlv rcdm-ed prices. I offer at lower rtw than found elsewhere, and will du plicate anr rastc rn pri-e. To comrinee yonr-elf please pire a rail and examine food and price, livery article is warraulol as represented, or the money lefundrd. icier from a ai-tnnce ailed it prmilnM and rooilt nt on approval hy eiprcae. Kvpairiua: of dillcait watches, aad Jewelry a rpei-ialty. and warr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 May 1880

I'l'Xt.EXT PARAGRAPHS. One ciar in tlio mouth is worth two in some olluT fellow's joi kt. It is strongly suspe-rlod that it was Ananias who invented the circus poster. To a porketlxtok There's chanjrft la all tilings els save only ami excepting thee. ' I 1ie content," ;iil the fly in the Laker's lm;rh; " homi-lMly will take me for a currant." Musicians slumhi not lrink. They inihl M into the ltaliil of wanting to fe.-l at every liar. I'hy-ie, says an old snrjreon. is the art of amusing the patient while Nature cures the disease. When doctors and pawnbrokers have CO business the community should be healthy and prosperous. There has lieen many a hero bom, lived, and died unknown, just for the want of an ori'oittmily- Jo'1 liilhn'1- The ulogistie funeral sermon does not flatter the dead. It is only a little soothing sirup for those who may want to contest the will. Of course April showers bring May flow.-rs; but they also bring influenza, croup, whooping cough and othe;- tilings found ...

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. — 13 May 1880

; TO CORRESPONDENTS. All communications for this paper should be coompmiied by the. name of th; author, nol nectwarily for publfr-ation, bums evidenced! jrood fuitli on the part of the writer. Write ODlyon onealdcoi the paper, lie particularly careful in giving names and datea, to have ail letter or flirure rlln . JE SCIS AMERICAI.W t" When it hall he beard a the pron.lewt ex clamation of man 1 am an American citizen.' " -Vantrl Welmltr.) He K"t to Paris late at night, Si tired he coulJn't stand, He'd three valine liv his n.le, A euide book in hi hand. Heairmlidout a haykman from The crowd. Raid he. " Mr man, Jiit drive me to the heat hotel. Je $ui Amtricain." The Jehn drove him to the Grand I'v rourne circuitous. And chard'-d a rri,-o which was well, by No mentis gratuitous. The stranger said; then registered And to the clerk hecan, 1 want the l-nt room in the house Je euis Autrricain,' Thev showwl him no to twenty-blank. VjKn the parlor floor; Twocamil'-s on the mantelpiece, A (fl...

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. — 13 May 1880

I t c 1 41 0 i 1: 1 1 I I 1 o Hi f u e i l h T a g M 5 1 Cj fi n I? ii; rc II! :t in '' in I MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1880 The Republican convention, held recently at Nashville, acted with much wLdem in the selection of Judge Alfin Hawkins, of Carroll, as their standard bearer in the gubernatorial conflict, soon to be inaugurated in our state. The Judge is spoken fcf as a worthy citizen and an upright, honest nan, and is a popular man amongst those who know him best, with intel kctual capacity not to be overlooked in selecting an opponent He is rather captivating as a speaker and will, with his natural talent, improved by cultivation, make as good a record in the cauvass as any one his party could have selected. In view of the importance to our state of the No vember election, it is of prime necessi ty to the Democratic party that har mony be above all considerations" cul tivated and the principles of the party be paramount. Quarrelling and divis ions in county meetings mean...

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. — 13 May 1880

'.I 'I V MILAN EXCHANGE HUIiSDAY. MAY 13, 1880. HAILHttAU TIM K TAKLKN. tlcara.KC ImmUAi w Orleana U.K. Train leave Milaa M follow a and after o. 17. lS"H. naslXUKl TBalyg. . 1. orth. leaves at 12m ! Jt. " . 1' t:a! put ... Z. south. I2:UJ n ;;.-.. " - U:!h, liuie about fifteen minute slower than town me. J. C. L'.rkZ. Agent. Milan. . ii. MANX. up't. Jarksen, Teni . K.CAKY, . f. JkT- A..NewO lenn. . U. .MOKt-.Y.ii. T. A.. New Orleans. tmuni. LsaaUvillVeV .HTill At,H.K.K. Trains leave Milan aa follows ua and after an. 1h, lH). rKHKi;F. TKA1SK. ;o. 1. south, leaves at 12:"0 am lirlli bin ... 1. o. X. . 1. . .rth. It" lluuilioljt)... W.iiiaiu pin J: ."o a ( Accoiiiuiudat'u) 5: ju pin A. W. LoViNfJ. Agent. 0. K.CANTWKLI., Loral ticket Ac t. . P. ATMORR. t.en. . A T. a yyo cycitMEyTs. Te 4'MMdtdalra. Tbc following nre our price for announcing aaaidatea tor office cish m ovcii. 'vrleagrws. (10(0 r the Legislature, 10 00 'rCeuuty Offices. S 00 t or ('onicrrMM. JIJIOM'OX.-e are euthoriied t...

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. — 13 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE A BROOKS, Editors tad Proprietor!. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CUKKEXT TOPICS. TOAT IS GOIHG OH IX TEE WOXLD. The "Wisconsin ttcpnblican. State Convention, held on tie 5th, In order to de termine the feeling of delegates towards the irious rrcsideiitiul ;aij.irar.t, took a vote With the following ; result: Blaine, Ml; "Washburne, 8S; Sherman, 42; (irant, S3; Edmunds, 3. A warm discussion arose as to the choice of ileleirates at lari.'e, the Vasbburnc, Sherman and (irant delegates combining to keeji Jllaine from having a representation. Tho result of the election was: Nine dt li L'at tor vVashburne, seven lor Blaine, three for .-bcrnian and one for Grant. The Tennessee llcpublican State Con vention was held at Nashville on the "th. The delegate cIioscd to the National Con vention are said to to sixteen for Grant and eight opposed. f The New Hampshire Democratic State Convention, h'-ld on the 5th, elected an unpledged and miinstrticted delegation to the National Convent...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 May 1880

f . i.i MILAN EXCHANGE WillE I IlltOOkS. rili iiraand l'rii;.rlton. MILAN, TENNESSEE. I ' )YoltK. If Horn BTrnt a'.!:'! si.kr- to me t-rti;:lit In awlul J3Tinh'j of the unknuwn Intnl. Ei.liimt; nic- ctnihi' frurn tr--ur; infinite. I-i.itn U'mmJIn iri!t an'! k!"H' in hi hand. Tin' tlmu 1 c.ivrt-il, wi.at. hiiutil'l I t-ikr tame-a em-alii of ln? tlie liclile vmrM's e-tf-in i Nay; Krt-tii-.t :jayn may vavr- on browa that a'tie. An'l wiirlil'n ai.ilamlinz ime.pr.h a drctm, B!i"ulii 1 frio..- Ijove u till mir.r mitv h.-art Witti a-.tT f-rnin: a-.w-tii.'. k in tiave of old? Nav: loriiovt h rai.tnr. hTli an nft.M--in. art. And on Ijt.vc . rime tii tlium are maniioid. Fhoiii.ll rl)i.- I.iritli ioiiB-mirwilinu vrare? Kay;artli'a I.mi: hit- is ioimcr time lor tears. I would rhia.-r- Vo:k. an I in ver-fa'liii'i inir To work vtitm.ut w.-hW iiimiranr.- l.y tiie way. Without n-inrri net- id llir 'ary hour Whe-n tii d. trant Nature hol.ln in sway Ov.-r ttie biuv tram ai d t.niinc Imn.l. Aiil it an...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1880 Points for Farmer. A writer in the Southern Fiu-roer'a Monthly, ppeaking of the old-fashioned methods of planting without the use of manures, says: "The country has been split up into small farm., and email farmers cannot thrive if they undertake to apply the methods and principles of extensive farming to their one-horse, two-horse, or three horse operation." In regard to the "fancy yield?," ob tained by careful cultivation, he says: "In nearly every case the facts brought out tend to prove that, instead of hav ing from 14,000 to 50,000 stalks to the acre, we should have only 5,000, or, to be exact and calculating, a per fecULuid of 4,840 stalks; and ta se cure this number of stalks, it is hard ly necessary to say, requires that they fhould utand three feet apart each way, or nine squaie feet to each stalk. Some cultivators have recommended as the result of their own practice to plant iu three feet rows, and chopping 4ut so as to leave three sta...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE BROOKK. E4ltera mm fronrlrtora. CBHiKirTIOX RATES. Tw dollar. year; on dollar for six snonthr: fir eenta fur three moathi. ix r AEiAir n an- fAXCE. Entered t the pott office at Milan. Teoo., at eeead elan Batter. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND Weuld respectfully call the att.nti.a f my SUCH Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches. Cam and Amethyst Kings, Chains, Lockets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and beet plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, And a greet many other articles generally found in a first-class Jewelry "tore, which having bee bought at greatly reduced prices. 1 offer at lower rte than found elsewhere, and will du plicate any eastern prices. To convince youisell please give a ml! and examine roods and price.. Kvery article is warranted a. represented. or the money irfunded. Order from a distance filled with promptnei and roods sent on approval by express. Repairing ef di&cait wauhes and Jewelry a specialty, and ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. W4DE A BROOKS, Eiilion ad Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. The News in Brief. It is reported that the Indian Terri tory natter, under command of Captain Tayne, have been cutoff from tbeir supplies and badly harassed by Lieut. Pardee's com mand of United States troops. The troops are to be kept Rationed iu the Oklahoma countrv, and U1 keep that country thor uphly scouted and arrest all squatter, who refuse to vacate. f The Ilouse Committee on Indian fairs will report favorably the eeneral a' mentbill which provide for the eettl jRCf,t of all Indian trilies upon agnculturr jn in their reservations, and author . Secretary of the Iutcriorto grant f tmn in severalty. The Union veterar.s of A'Arrcts &ve called a mass convention of xf their number as intend to suppo jiepc'ilican National ticket in the cr vranvtiss, to meet at Haverly's Theat Chicago, on the lutofJune. , The Nevada del the Chicago Convention are inf ntfA to voV" as a unit Xor Blaine. Th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 May 1880

MILAN ' EXCHANGE. WME k Bi'.OOKS Ml on nd Proprietors. MI IAN, - - TENNESSEE. AT TIIE rSSTUJtE MARS. pnrniny lonely fnm the fi-ld V nift mot theptu e bars: Th.l. -rowan like a i."lden .meld. 1 1m Sr.. """1"'nt w llt Wltb . " . awn, her face u mild, Au mnminc h limpid eve.; A evcnine. a. . ...r . . 1.1 in. ..i ""n ' i or weurj maJS o iduhze. art! eM mirth. Jr- -.i...,t HtTluilt rn ATI. , .4 . .. 1 th.iualit. 1 a! data,t V The ungc-la nrdy .coet UU 1 know tlirr mean to i'" ill. lint ln .m tliev love " ,il " J 1 ! VP Will. j.hkJ anu'' U, love l.er as u;ia I ktat Uut havener with me i Hile 1 tay l.... i. r I 1 . et . l- sn- in, ........j Tlie hand ol time behind a. It that a...nl.l Htav a little yet Jhe bud iT'tm bluoming to tb. hour. t flower. went. An.l mlien at lenL-th we bomewarv I he f r.irant azure shone so clea The ureal lamibar lirmament. r 1 tuouL'ht. hail never seemed so noa Bo near, the moon above the trees An atrv eloite of siivcr swunu. Ami in the de v tit of tlit-se Xbe t ...

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