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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 December 1874

jake. y 7 PHK oune lion th little lnrn Iim all the tiuplit dripped with rain, And robins lUBg'and tang airain. Ai if with raiMm, slvr doliplit. For urh a wortl to Ireuli ani trij To iw ing- and ing biUy aud nig! Hat. onun dc down H imie ww, - Kb did n ikkI '" "-rain. Xor feel'ttw runfhine anr rain. " i A little face with two brown eyc, A little form of slendiT ii.r , A lillle head not very yri; A Iltfle heart to match tl head, A foolinh little heart, that bl-l At ever- iuolirfiword w witii. So. eominir down the little lane I ee her now, mjr little J ,i Ho lier foolii-h heart witli ioolinh pain wa aching, aching in her 1reaBt, And all her jiretly grllen crt-Ht Wat UaMijBf iLfore pjircst. , , J -J I t And nietiiitig. to, of kivrr'ii trv ' W on the ltii1n-t nna Trowning TaT And in the fooUU-pB' quit kencl price. ' Po iwift he teiit, tn low nho leant. Her .retty head on thought intent, Mie Kcarce- saw the way die went, Nor aaw tho tng. slhn tlia low fall ' Arron the little, low Mone t-l...

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. — 10 December 1874

Milan exchange. W. A. W A4 t4ltr rmfcilahrr. iriWEIPTIOJI BATIK. Tw dollar a yean on dollar for ill month; lily ceou for three ffionUii. tvaiiaLt in st takcx. ADViJITIMiatt atATt. 9 ? f -i 2 1 1 i r i r r s , i I f 1 i I fine Week...-. I 75- J SO a 75 7 f II t Two Wek 1 I TS STS 7 JS 11 J 1H on Throe Week. 2 t S 5t S ( Wi IA ' M On Month...' i 4 W 35 12 1 ?wo Montha..l 4 fl 7 W 1" m 1 0" 4 on hree Month., 5 00 7S 12 An 2 75 .17 5 ) 00 Kn Month .! al M on i 0" rt V 0 Nine Month. 10 SB 17 75 2S ft 4 75 77 nt) 123 fl One Year U 00 21 00 00 57 Oi 0U 144 ufl Doable-column advertisements. 10 par cant, ad vane oa the ahoT rata. Triple-colarae advertisement, 30 per rant, ad vance oa the above rate. Advertiaementa to occupy eper-ial poeition.'lO per ent. advance aa the above rate. "Local Notice." (In the aame type aa loral readmit matter) 25 per rent, advance oa tb above ratea. Obitaarie. 1 ribnta of RHiwt (excerrt bcb a come officially from charitable n"dtiee, and remark! on marriages, one-...

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. — 10 December 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. - FAaaKS, County Directory. KAILS AH TIWE-TABEfc. Llallle1 Mempbla Mlmt TRAINS SOUTII. bay litre.. tJ. timrn, 2.. a. a. ll:Or. M. strain. I t, A. M. 11:4. a. Eiarett, MaL. TEAIN8 NORTH. :I5 1. a. 6:V. P. X. IS 4. H. :W P. M. A. VT. LCVINO. Ait. KW OtlMW, Nt. LnI) amdl ! SOUTH. ll:ii p. a. 11:1) r. a. Mail. NORTH. :t.a a. ::- p. . 6:15 p. a. I . J. NlriH.tI.MiN. Arcnt- W. E. ATMOKh. Ti.'kpt Arrnt Train. a cither road, il ntn istr, wail half aa hear fwr truii-t on the othur. Eipravj, Mail. Arrival .4 Oepartwr r ! Mai la. Am from rtit Bth and Wt at p. at. From th at.I:3n r- From tb North, a1.-., m. Depart Nerth end Et,:tf a. . Watt. 11:90 b. m. South. :.' a.. J. O. BayJ. Fetmtr. county orricKRi. Jest. Wl!i.im. Sheriff. U . C. HolaL County Court Clerk. K. E. Raioe. Chancery Court Clerk. Wd. Moore, Circuit Court Clark. W. M. lUlford. Cereoor. I. U. McEwen. Trartee- J. D. Allen. T Colleotor- I. A. W. II. County Farreyer. A. K. Curroy . rupcrinteadcat I'ablie tkbeel.. IT. H...

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. — 10 December 1874

4i E ERAS BREVITIES. ; Ambkrxt, Mass., exbultfi in having, relatively to poptiiarian, -more churches than nV other place in NeT Englanai. It also has the grwitt it -Troponin drinkinjr plas n, Udh, does not out); Rider a matter for 19 much exultation. I Soih Boston a building- four stories hijrh, and covering an area tf lour thou sand square fact, 'as niil fivt feet from the foundation." The trmtnts -were not dis turbed, and no machinery or merchandise had beefetnovl, F,orty men working-' with Tour hundred powerful screw did the job. r - TffK (Jor of Capt. "WriTlamB of North Beiwick, Maine, howled so mournfully at his master's funeral Xhnfhe h.id to be chained in the barn When released, he searched the premises for his master, and tracked tlie body t the srraTpyard, whitb er lie poes daUyn4 laourni for bisjct owner. An unknown tramp wafc Recently found lianpinp head downward, mi hc fiiice of a cemetery in Uxbridjre, Mass. His foot had caught between the pickets, and he had been unaWf...

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. — 17 December 1874

PRESIDENT'S J1ESS1GE. 5 ' ' ' - - - - - 7b the Senaltotul JJimte of RTraenLUirtt U convening of Cnnnm, ow year mo, the nation has undergone a prolmtion in liuai nes and induatrie mrh a has nn hecn witno-n-ed with ne f.ir manv venrs. Hiicciiliiticn a to tlie canww for Uil prtrAtJn might tie Indulged in without profit, )-caii a mitiiv throw uH wivxnmi as Uiere woumi ne ireicjirieiii n m ami thnw who expressed their own views wniatit hrsrttir iwhi the sul'Irct. W ichvut In iluljiif in Uicimi to tor raune of tlmpro tmtioa. J w,H o dy rail your attention to Ljr fact, ml rme irix-'fion a to which il would seem there should be no dieiurrcenlent. c LI?MFT.r,r MJOSl EKTrx. , ' tViirrmf fJtHtifni two essentia elements of fjHrilj- have Iwen most aliunilant lalxir hn.1 ivm'iuI. IMii have lieen largelv unemploT ed. t ap wxiritr h;it ttwn imd'nilited, capita hns lieen attainable at verv moderate riiUs; wliere lal.r has Iwn wanted. It ha a Iwen found in atiuttdanee, at cheap r.i1-, rnipatcd with w...

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. — 17 December 1874

r ' MILAN EXCHANGE. W. 4. WtltC, MHr4 flll!e-r. KriPK KIPTIO MATCH. J ro dollar a rmr, one dollar for six a yean one aouer torsi x mourns; Brty " tssct ti fur three months, t akiablv ib at- ADTKRTIKIXU K.tTEM. cr 3 2 i! 5 a I e i i rata. ! 2 I tn Week 1 (i 17, ?W 4 7 Tw WM... 1 .'si 2 S 7 7 5'. TkK .i t. fn J .Mi ft Ml a S 7 -V I. 11 I- 2V i! n Month. w 4 r 12 1 i Tw Month .) 4 7 i l tf l! J' W 4 " fix Months ... t4 jit oi h i Nine Months- 17 75 V. 4M 7S 77 t 12S on C'n Year IS 21 1 ! W 144 W Doable-colnmn advertisements, hi percent, ad vance nn the above rates. Triple-column advertisements, 20 per rent, d (1111 on the above rates. , Advertisements to oornry special position, 10 per -et. anvance on me a'mve rates. "Local Notices, 'in the ame tyne'an Wal tr c..t. advnr, od the readme mattff) 2i ier aio ratt-. Okiitnirir.. i rihnte of RfpM (exwpt -ofh a mine .fli -Lilly from rhnritiilile Mwirlir. and remark, nn wTTiae. one-half f regular r,leui, will? w .iun uac a amnion iu- Noii." mi...

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. — 17 December 1874

- - MILAM EXCHANGE.! : County Directory. aVALLBAA TtaS-TABLK. xaviaiuaaa rWM'- TKaIN 84CT. t Iipratf, a. aIM. I tit. a. U; r. a. . . U:J r. a. EtpraM, ilali. T&AIXS NORTU. S4S. a. i n. a. 4Sr. . 7:00 r. a. A.W.LuriXl,A.t. Saw 4rrlaaa, Si. Laala aa4 Ckirr. 0LTB. VaJ. t'fla. a. .. Klrr. ll:2ir. a. 11:43 P. a. KORTII. Iipra, . a. :V)4. a. aiail. a-.wr. a. :4.'. r. a. t. O. M HOLHiX. Areat. W. . AtfCORE. Ik M Araat Trnim ub ailhsr road, if nectary, wait klf aa aar fur trttct the othr. Arrival mm4 Drpartar of fk Malta. Arri. fraa toe Sowtb and Wert at 4:45 p. m. rK tat Koat, 11:31 p. m. prom lb. North. t-4i. m. IfeptrtXarlkMcZMt.ttfa.Bi. Wt.U:3 . at. aW4fc. fctt , at. J. . Bayd. P r Ctaailaaal laferaata Bx-i Mara llilall-Tk Ui f anaaaa'tjr will Krrare Its Lara We find tLc following in a late far taa Milaa Eiebanr WISE 1. rOOPEK. The subject of this ifcetch the tal ented Rcprewntative ehct of (lilt-m countr, ra Iwrs "near Middh'tou, OEDIXANCES or THE sue of the Union and American, and...

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. — 17 December 1874

GLAEC.1L EltLVIULS. Sax AxTOMo,Txa hs a nego tbcai er Ah old fax warrant Just tliscovered wts forth that Jowtih ltonaparte wg texe t in 1821 fn.O lr J.GCO arres of land, bv Na thuti Sutter: liwaiu?. Ib a A&eastv i lior tlcntown. X. J. Tlxiex-A(i8Boris still living, and aj- he stuck it on a litio a liony mu rich and coulijaiUit." - .Tohx lrnsTi Hotia Is tht Mrfest white iuliaWUitit or St. Louis, liav in f tfn born in that Htv, of Spanish paniits, bi yararo. Hun . Ltl. iru.ii Uivnorteti th lirst lH-an in M. Louis, the first game OK-k, Raw tlie first steamboat land at the liarf, and has raittd nineteen on-han children. , "..-;-; V . ?j l . V A farm near Pownal Vt., Is n presented as haunted by verr nnjrentlernanlr spir it. Monen, varrinjr in weiplit from one to twiT.tv potni J t-hJi, all on tin' build in rs arvj'iu th-JieH l'eo4 visit-tit plaee in preat niinitirn. . We do not learn the farnier'a i.riop for meal.", but presume it to be remunerative, .. , . ' Tun shrewd wife at Newpo...

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. — 24 December 1874

V CHJIISTMAS CO ill SO. BT MART B. IXTKJE. flake rr it nci n r , dancirur In thf mv ninrn'n froctr rl-m ; IITmM they, of i-pimlerr pranojnjt trim the pjirtif np of our drvnwi - fro Hk hrijrht li1 f th elf-kiur, M her Um Ix.n . bon ri ly rrow Jut Hke iwftf of cuniiiMfr (rariteni. When the tulip unuie in row. "0ierTTlak re falling, falling from kivip in poilhm war, in twtwneD are oi"r exiling if rif be f "kruf mu Itfrp." VojiI too know how in the rnrinir tim Wintry mimi are ftr-nttere.1 wj,lc Fre Uie lovelv purple bloiwHn lar to jwep from where they hide? r'e.HJiery fl:tkc are niftir.r, sifUnjt 1 hrouirh the chill IiereniW air Here aul Un-re, ami roniier drifting-, Milking evii-y Uiinr'innrr fair; Tearing whiter 'foMn Uian linen n tlie houwa ami Uie tree. Rotter than Uie nrhwt (lnmat-k !lirtii our dainty guestx to please. Soon tlie hon-uona will he talun ' A tlie a.ikea have fnllen to-day And ttie nHllitren w ill be calling - To tlK-ir patron saint w gav. "Ah! we knew when raine Uie m...

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. — 24 December 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WAIsK. KdfUsr nut) nfcH-ber. VB( KirTC RAT A. Two dollar a vean one dollar for six months; tlfty nnU lor three mootb. ivntai.T i -riser. ADVCRT.NIMU RATM a . ; I i 1 : 2 3 ifAfB. i n fin th m imiV r A !. Tri.-ci.iimn nlrertiementp, Ti ir -nt. 4 Advert. -rm".tf to v il toiti.i. 10 K'"'" ',ur,;;:"r" 1 ..I ' reading matter.) 25 rr ut. advan-e on the obit"i".'Trihnteif R t nrwi h 'in'w j Lo-mi Noii " rtr. si-m.w in.iuii'- I nlenUfmriarn.lMthlwtarntl. All trmmient ilerti-ementi mat Iai4 fwi dn.-e. Yearly aertii-euienU. iurtrljr . : ...t,. .rx.IV ...,, ... i THURSDAY . DKC. 24, 18.4. mm imimmmmmmTmmm The comine FU2r crop will le the largest ever produced in Cuba. They had another dam break In Haydenville, Maw., last Saturday. Iso lives lot-t. Jefferson Illven, one of the proprie tors of the Congressional (.;io!)e, drop ped dead, Sunday. ' 1 The negro leg's! itare of Mui:ppi htm allied on (Jrant f.r troois, to be Btatioued at Vicksburg. Henry Washington, cousin of Geor...

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. — 24 December 1874

htusnin mi '.'Wuu'iih MILAN EXCHANGE. citt rorxciu County Directory. BA1LKAI TWMABtt f.aaialll eaal allraaa. TXAINS tOLTH. itiiirK. iriT. t Cim - ,:-' Ju. TIAIS SORTH. Carraaa, :. m. . a. C -Ii ir. . Tsflr. . X. W.LOVINU. Aaat. Xaw rlMaa, at. I.aai aa4 ti!rc. GOTTH. vn 5o". tMi. m. (rraM, ll:ir. . ll:4ir. XORTH. Xiaraaa. :!. . IVIa.a. W :P.. -4Sr. . T. 0. SiniI.KiN. Arnt. W. I. ATVORfc. Ti -kt Atrot Train ilbrr road, il i"fr, wait aaar far traiue aa the tar. arrival aa4 Dvaartar ar the Mail. ArriT from tV loata ana WeM at :45 a. Jnm tka Eat,I:3) . m. From tna North. I.a. at. ls.aart!ariaaiaE.. 4Jr. ai. WalIl:l B,au Baala. :.' a. J. 0. ay!. rataartT. We c!lp the following 14 igraphical ketch from the Nashvi.Je Journal of Commerce: "Hon. M. D. L. Jordiu. Sennt rwar ataatlaLy Meet ha--Ta Irw aar la 4'aaaaalltea Aa aaiatea1 AarawHallaaa, &.(. The Board met in rejrul r session last Monday.. Present, A. Jordan, 'efcet from the lJHhSeimtori-JilUrijt Mayor, J. O. Boyd. M. L. Baird, S. '...

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. — 24 December 1874

(,lm:iul bueyities. Mr.x of color Painter. The last nwB-A cobbler. HoiMos'a choice Mrs. II. Texts for sinners Pretexts. I'aixitl 8Ufien(K! Ilanjring. I;rother9-ix-i.w The judges. The children' k.iiijrdoiu Ijp-Und. Coiojox scents Muck and verbena. The jtreatest army contractor Peace. The rock tluit toicr split on Quartz. Tue table of interest The dinner-table. Case of kidnapping A young g't sleep. Forced politeness B jw lug to circum stances.. Motto for grocers I Ion-st tea Is the The worst thing "under the canopy" A mosquito. All flesh may not be grass, but buffalo meat Is Indian meal. It was reserved for Bifnum to discover a new Indian race the Snow-Shoe-race, With regard to Venus it was tie transit gloria Tuesday this time. The epire of a new church In Cincin nati will be three hundred feet hijrh. The latest Custom House cheater signed the name Chizzola ; but wasn't ehe a chis ellerr Whew they put Nana Sahib In the dun geon they smoothed matters by ironing him. H i.timor k claims ...

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. — 7 January 1875

HALF AN HOUR BEFORE SUPPER. "bo tfieV here, yonr ouknnwn Dulcinea Th Urty jnu met on ttw train. And yon rcklly brlit-ve Ik wcmid know too if You were to meet her ajrainr" "Of ronnie," he replied, "oh would know mc; There never wan womankind yet For. Dm- eflrrt r iniireU; sUe exctue, Itut does not forget." " 'Tlien von tiW her yor lover" linked the elder; Tle'rounpr looked up with a smile; "I wit for her i'le half kb hour what W aal doiuft tlie whilt? ' Whst! it by the fMc of a woman m fair ai The aim iii the aky , And look Komewhere el lest the duzzle flash 1 roin your own to her ever Xo; I hold that the jeeeh of the tongue be Ap fn.nk and an bold an tlie look; And I yield up mvwlf to herself th.it wan More than lie (rot lroin her buck." yntinfthlood!" lnutrhed the elder; "nodoub You are Toieinr tiie mode of To-Kfiv; Hut then we old Fojriea at least give tile lady Nnia chanr for dtlay . "Tlicre'i my wife ;you must know) w flint met en the Journey from Florence to Rome; It took me th...

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. — 7 January 1875

J- 1 i . MILAN EXCHANGE. e i W.i.WADC,Mlltr rb?hfcr. RrBMJJUPTIOSt ITEM. Two dollar. itMr.wi Hollar for .ii raombi: tftyeenU lor three month. laraRiAkLY 1 a- T : ! S S S S ? 3 .1 "i-Mintf"- 58 -r.SS " : fbMM,;; F-l Mn1n . 8 14 l?l ' ! Nmi Months. J 17 75 ? .Vi T.i 77 '' US tf On Your 12 no 21 M !i a' 57 u ' 14 ' IfouMe-nlnmn adertiement. 10 per cent. ad vance on the a'ore rate. . Triu'.e-eclninn dvmi--mectP, W percent. a ranrw on the aonve rate. Adn :irnie.it. to viiy r-isi pofitmn. 10 per cent. 'lfB'' in tii snuve mit. "Lo-?! Xoti.-w." .tin the me type a Itcnl r'lmc rinttir.) per i Kline rittiT.) per cent. avu-e on me above r.n. , Obitunrift. 1 ri'mte nf HfTie-t 'expt ui-ll ' reme officially fmm chitritntU- vietion, and reniMrk nu mTm-e. ooe-bslf of re.gilUr ' I-o-aJ Notice"- r:it-. 8imjle unnoun-e-ment.f m.Trria- n1 deth i,ierirtl (rrnli. All tmnsiwit ce'timet mnvt l.e pnid f'irtB iiiranr. i early tJrerrt. cteents, quarterly in Jvnce. THUKSDAY. JAN. ", 1875. POOR LOUISIANA! The cr...

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. — 7 January 1875

''"t'r".- .!..:". MILAN EXCHANGE. County Dirsctory. Vaiill an4 ajenajshls. KaileeHid. TRAINS WL'TIf. a'rrs. ai:rT. . U. f-Vi A. at. 1 1 : t-'i r. r. r. at. ?t rirw, bail. TRAINS NoP.TH. ? ll A. M. K r.i A. M. ti:4i !. M. T:li r. at. A. Vf. LOVi..U. Agent. Fiorcse, Wail, f Orltaai, St. Unit aud Ii!eaarw SOITU. Miii. . . 9 a. . peace. 4ri's'- l.p.ji.j T)ie XHmstmas tree attracted a very t,,(TOV ' V. 4.. :viA.M..i:large Towd,' many not being aide to ..Va.ll. : ' I-. i r. X 1. U. Mi lloI.i.N. Atr.-nt. A. E. XTMORK. r. k.t Afui r iir an rith-.T rt;'.i. 11 nrv. a Mod1 for tTaitty on Lie other. -ary. ha.fi Arrival tl laepaa-len-e V tlie fli!lw. arrive fium the South mil Weft nH:4." p. m. from the Fat. ll.oil . in. from tbe North. ! f ti . a. !'cp t NorlL u T.f.tU :0 p. B Wht, U:S0 ici. b. Sm'. ". ni. J. . Jiuyl. t'vi.iuatr, corsTY orncEits. .1. 1'.. ArtuM. Sh-riCT. M. C. il I nf, (".unity Curt f'lerk. 'U. K. l;.ini-f. ('imni-cry Cuiirt Clerk. "' Vra. M.x.rc. 'iri u:t Cou. t Clerk.. .lor. i...

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. — 7 January 1875

GE.NEIUL BKEVITIES. In Hip villajre of Slicridas. Oregon, theT utili7.e the church on w-k dny by taking out the scat ana using the floor ior a cro quet ground. ... - - - Among rwnt applicants for charity turk.-ys in JJoston, was awonian who kept iKMinli-n", ami a man with diamond studs who wanted "oims for liis brother." J!pward Alfred Warren, of the Brit Hi iluM-utn, Las jmtf died. Although only thirty-eight, he bad been twenty year in the Museum, employed on the catalogue. A traveler In Russia ppeaks of the sTf-? a Rttninz lioiM-lesslv ignorant. Their laces have a vacant look ; many of mose in c'ltica liave no homes, nut eieop w herever tliey can find a resting-place, and po half clad. Mr. W. H.GcRN-ET.alawyerat Buffalo, X. Y., has hs-en awarded $1.")00 in a Miit araint the Erie Hailway for forcibly ejpct ifij; him ((iurnev) from their cars between Forertville and" Pcrrysburp;. The eas w ill probably be appealed by the railroad company. A series of experiments has lately been made...

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. — 14 January 1875

. -.v WELL AOAIUf. i f TjXTZABFni AEKSLLE1. Thk child lav sick no her tiresome bed ; Mer face w'as whitened 0'1 drawn with pain And her mother sorrowed, and sadly (aid, While team fell fust on Uie golden head . ' 'Ah, up, will kite erer be well again:" The bird ontside on the window-sill t-ant loud a lorfuland merrr strain : He peeked tlie nine witli his yellow bill He daaoed and witrhied with srlad frnod will. Come ot( doors and be well again I" The bee plunged in at the open door, And humped his forehead aarainst the pane Unjrht were tin golden rinirn be wore 1I" bued on U reiUng, the wall, tire tonr. ' And said, "Come outaud be well again!" Tlie brewe came hi at the lifted saah, lull of the strenirth of tlie sweet se.lt main: It told of the brook s soft purl ami plash, Of new-fledjred birdn in tlie roadHide mh, And whiiiiered, 'Come and be well Kainl" The flowers leaned from their errstal raw, They were brought by her mates from dell and Iilain; . -Lipned and fondled her ferered ...

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. — 14 January 1875

j MILAN EXCHANGE. M". .WAhE. Edlter n. rtiII-.fcr. KmSCKIiTI RIT1X Two dollar ynr; one-dollar for si x taontht; trtr cent lr three month. IKVaRUaLY ia ap eaaci;. AUVtRTiNI.U RATE.H. ne Vek in, 17., 2 V) 4 75 7 So 12 (W T-o W ...: I .Vi t T,i 3 TS T U 2i M 08 1 hrec We-ki. 2 i S VI SM ISO On 14 One Month....; 2 .in 4 fi p 1! UO 1 TV SI 00 Tw Month". 4 Hi 7 JO W JS OU 00 MOO fkm MoMthe 5 oil 75 1? Am 75 X SO, W W fix Month ... i 14 i .t ' I" t W N in Month. 10 ii 17 75 Z :l 4 7S 7T W 1:3 U0 One Var 1:! im 21 (" at! Uu 57 0U SU 00 144 w lloenle-oCinin advertisement. 18 per eot. ad vance on the aoove rstea. Triple-column advertisement. 20 percent, ad eane on I he above rate. Advertisement to e-cupy epwial poaluow, 10 per cent., ndran'-en Ibe above rate, "Local Noti--e." (in the ain Cy-pa 1T1 rearfinr matter.) 25 per cent, dram on the above rte. OLitusric', 1 ribuVo ef Rfpe-t (except nck a come tli:-ially from charitable ocietier, and remark oa-murri. one-half ef rerolar "Ln-al Noti-e" r...

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. — 14 January 1875

t li-L. 8. MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. KAILKOAD TI HE-TABLE. ' - TRAIN'S SOUTH. abrivcb. rpTa. til A.M. )l:tr. a. TLSir. a. Pay Eiprea. -tail. TRAINS NORTH. 8:45 a. M . a. a. i tir. . 7:00 P. a. a. vr.Lovi.sa. At. Ma ail. jrw erlttM, Bt. LmIi mbs! Ckirar. 601'TU. VTa.il. : A. W. ! a, . impress, tl-.!i r. a. U:0 r. a. NORTH. :). . :Ma. . C.W)P. . :iiP. a. T. G. MriKiLf ON. Agwax. Xie-. kail. W. E. ATMORE. Ticket Ageal. Trains oo rather road, if n'-csary. wait half aw hear for train oo the other. Arrival hbmI Drrsartsirr. f Its Mail. Arrive from the !onlh and Wert at :45 p. aa. from tbe Eaat. U:M a. a. From tha Kerth. 45 a. aa. lpBrtNertBaBdFat.:46p.B. We,U:JB p. m. iieuth, t :4S a. at. Eey-i. Postmastar. v COCNTT OFFICER!. J. P.. Arnold. Fheriff. M. C. Holtnos. County Court Clerk. R. E. Raines. Chancery Court Clerk. Wa. Moor. Circuit Coart Clerk. Jon. William. Coroner. I. C. Long. Trustee. J. Witt. Taa Collector. t' j JoMah Cooler. County Surveyor. A. 8. rurr.y. Superintendent ...

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. — 14 January 1875

GE5EBAL BRETITIES. Twenty four greyhound of choice breed w r recently sold In England for upward of f7.CjO-.. - " Utah yielded $10,000,000 -worth of the precious metals in 1S74, which is double the value of all that were mined in 1873. M. Marchl, who was the superintend ent of the lattj prison of Man-hal Btz&ine, hag been appointed in the same capacity for the jailg at l'ao. - - . .. At a recent gale rf antioaltiea In Edin burgh two of the boats of .Robert liruixi were wild for a, and one of the vertebra) of William the Lion for ." 10s. It is penerally known that among many rraaeg in j:.uroje no work is done ou Mon days. Dr. Boyd, preaching- on behalf of the hospitals -if Devonshire, in Exeter. lately, calculated thatthe loss to the work people engaged In the woolen manufac tures, thet ortnn trsde.and Uie brick-lay in? trade, alone, by M Idle Monday" amounlea to 7.300.000 per annum. A historical wine-glaw, which is one of a set owned by John Hancock, was re cently deposited "in ...

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