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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE BBOOtS, EdlUn tad Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE CURRENT TOPICS THE NEWS IN BRIEF. ' Three thousand miners are thrown Out of work by the temporary mepenslon of collieries In the PotUvUie district. ' A Chicago street-car was run into by locomotive the other night and completely demolished. Tbe passengers, ten in num Iber, were all more or less injured, but none 'fatally. The breaking ground for the Mata moras A Matagorda Railroad, Mexico, on the 2d, was the occasion of considerable eer cmony, a large number of dignitaries from both sides of tbe Bio Grande being In at tendance. TnE Temperance Congress, under the auspices of the New York State Temperance Society, met on the 6th. Got. St John, of Kansas, made an address, detailing tbe his tory of tbe struggle in Kansas against in temperance. The remains of Hon. George B. Rob inson, Lleutenant-Governor-elect of Color' ado, were conveyed to his former home near Kalamazoo, Mich., under an escort of prom inent citizen...

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. — 16 December 1880

MILAN 'EXCHANGE WIDE A BROOKS, Ealrorsaas rrsarietan. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CHRISTMAS DREAMS. Nifbt before Christmas, yoa bear on jour wtnir Fancies so bright and hope tull of Joy, Like chimin enrol tney merrily rlnr. From cberrT-red Hpo of eneh girl sod boy, "I wonder what 'Hani' will brin?" E"otlful ere are now hidden from tight, 'Neath fringed white lids that over them cloae: Funny curia fall with a aoftnlng light Over the pillow where sweetly repose Our little onea pure and bright For Myla and Nattte are fart aaleep They watched fur "hant" long" ai they could. But, ao aleepy, at last to bed they creep, While Myla aald "Tell him bring- somain dood.A Now, angels, your watch o'er them keep. They aleep. and Tislons of dolly or drum. Like vapors are floating airily by Visions of trumpet and great augar plum. Are seeming all night before them to By, Fairy fanoica that go and come. They wake. Lift the words of gleeful cur- prise, "When we Bleeped then old Santa did turn!" "And tinged,"...

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. — 16 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE ; Til ITIISDAY. DECK 16, ; 180. . W. II. M'wruw has been appointed Internal revenue ftoreaieeper and gau ger for the fifth district of Teanes6ee. The prospect fr..a peaceful settle rnent of Ireland' l-ind league troubles grows gloomier every day. We would tint be turprired at any time to hear of a periou; collision . la that un happy eonntrr, The return cf the Presidential vote in thi state have at last all beeu re ceived, as' fallow?: Hancock 129,569, GarSelJ 107,677, Weaver 5,917. Hancftck't plurality over Garfield 21, 692 majority over both 15,975. LL Jl , - - r A few of mir editorial brethren are i worse thsn mir washerwoman. , She gives us credit fir a mnnth, but they don't even pivc us credit for our own paragraphs Uiev vupjfErin Rervevi. v FossiMj they know you better than the does. .-- x The Supreme Court of the United State Tia rendered a decision sus taining the constitutionality of the act establishing the taxing distnet government of Memphis, and her peo p...

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. — 16 December 1880

I J 1 a t wi Of la 1 li 1 H M r - ft I IflUJf EXCHANGE THURSDAY. .'DECR 16, 1830. BllLltOiB TIE TABLES. CMrf,M.Uia J.werleaa B.K. Trainalenre Milaa aa full en tad attar J air 4. HvJ. riasxvcit yiatf s. " e. 1. aorta, learet at 1 -.' am SJCsi " - 11 4.) am 5a. 2. loath, " it ioaat o.4. " " 2:4. .m Time aboat fifteen minn!" Mower tbtiti tuwn time. 4-T.iAR.LK. Aeeot. Milan.. J. . M ANS.fnp't. .InlKn.Tnn. v K. CARY. . I'. T- A..Xw Orleans. I. B. M0REY.5. T. A...Veor!ans. LoalaelMe XaafcYll'e lit. i. IT. St. Txaina Iron llilaa u iullowi aa aad after .one 27, rEcn Tit!. Jf a-. 1. aaath, lea a at ..?2 42 an iNo.e " " - 1:1" pea , ? " , - (to H.maoidt)... S t am JSo.l.aorth. ';' No. 4. " ? ia. 6. " Aotwmodat : im K! or per an Ka. Sand i. rao fcetaaeo. Haia boidtand Levuville. A-.tOVIXa. Aneot. C. P. ATWOFE. 0. F. CANTWELL. uen. P. AT. Lenl Ticket Ar't. COCITT AKI1 CITY aSBIXTUKT. COUNT! 0FF1CEK6. f. B. Eir. Ckairaan CeaaiT CuarU . B. Arae'd, Sheriff. M. C. HaIia.Caatr Caart Clark. K. B. Rai...

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. — 16 December 1880

flog Cholera. At the last meeting of the State Board of Health, Dr. IL B. Baker, Sec retary of the Board, was directed to investigate the hog cholera now pre vailing in the southwestern part of this State and to find, if possible, any rela tion between that disease and any sick ness in the human family. In pursu ance of that order Dr. Baker visited Vicksburg in Kalamazoo County, Men don and Wasepi and their vicinities in St. Joseph County, and Climax and Leroy in Calhoun County, pursuing his investigations more particularly in the latter township. The statements given below are the conclusions arrived at by Dr. Baker from a collation and compar ison of. facts obtained, sometimes with the greatest difficulty, in the localities above named, as many of the people do Dot recognize the disease as hog cholera and in many instances were un willing to furnish any information, or aid in an investigation. The disease prevails in all the above named localities and the general im pression seems...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 December 1880

TUB GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOB RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, ("!!""!' !."' 1'.' f: I ili'V'ii. ,K. -''hull il-l ? ii I It I.,' x LUKBAGO, BACKACHE, GrOTJT, SORENESS or m CHEST, SORE THROAT, quinsy. 8WELLINQ3 SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET EARS, AB OAI1D8, General Bodily Pains. TOOTH, EAR HEADACHE, AJTD ALL OTHEB FAINS ACHES. N. Preparation oe. nnt eqaals St. JicnM Oil m a un, raa. iiaru and miir Elternal Remedy. A trial entails bet the ompr.tiTlT tnflio, outlay of auCssr,, end every aae innvnni wita peiaeaa untifHiuui .w. w ate claims. BliUXTIOVS u EXaVII LA1SCAGIS. SOLI IT All BtuOuUTS A HI lEAUIt II MEDICINE. A. VOCELER CO. Baltimore, Md., U.S.A. EES. LITIA L FIKIE1S, EF UH BASS, PHOOTXBMB o LYDIA E. PINKHAP.V8 VE3ETABLE COMPOUim The PoelHvs fw ar ell Om FalwfWJ Oaavalalats aW WhImm seeessesoa t Mr kaat feaaal aeswlatlea. . It win cure entirely the worst form of FeinaJeCons ait n hwM ibimmh1 aivl Ulcera. Van, FfcUlBf and DtsfMseemeats, and th consequent Bpinai Weakness, and la particularly...

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. — 16 December 1880

( i TUUliSDAV,. DECK 1(, JS -P. j Goip iloH Cms Gjurfit-Ida. I Gath wrkev "I wat-site..! kin to-day i to a young frieud of (in. (jurfioiu. i who g.ve .oiu aia.iVIii i:-.di'.es:i -f i tlu luiiiii -rence ollr.i tucwiy l (lie greatness that hof ce:ue upon th;-;a W'Li'e (Jh.iriey Foster w.-ts vi?ifi.'g Girtiidd, nt Mc.r.ir, o:ie dI' ;!io cliu. by, curly hyulc 1 sous of (Jitim! i tv"k a pii-ce of ehalit nud wrote a l over tlie hou, ag'.inst th itorcl), t!ie galde of tLe larn and the fence. CJ.u lieU looked grimly at th ptrf-ruiauce, turned to Foster and said: 'Charity, did you ever see the hraiitude of eonj exempli fied like that?' The goTernesof theGarikdd children w;w a Hiss May, who once kept a kindt r garteu in Varhiiigtun. Garfield ha Bent hia children to the public schools of Washiugt-on City u.til i; seemed beneficial to let ti.'eru study at home under their mothers direction, and Miss M.ir tvHti u i'ie the tutor. As soon ca Gar54d was elect' J the item began to flout aroitud the ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE "VI TT i A "NT 1 jl 7 AUD WADE BKOKKN, Idlt.r. aad Proprie-tar. mtkm itinrox sATr.g. Two d" liars a yean one dollar for nix months; fty eeot fur tbrw monlin, iktakiablt m id- fCf. Entered at lb pott oSo. at MiUa, Teas., at second natter. ORGAHS. JESSE FRENCH, VOLUME VII. MILAN, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 23, 1880. NUMBER 43. 1 i i I BEST AND PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS' GRUNlWMiD, ?rfe i.. ju v.w' x--- aw-,. 9 11- to 22 Baronne St., New Orleans. THE L AUG EST AND MOST T0?ULAR MUSIC HOUFE IN lHE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED STEINWAY, KNABE, WERER, FISCIfEU, PLEYEL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH & WAIUiEN AND PELOUBET & CO. TATRECT Importation XJ Hand and Amateurs FINE JEWELRY ! . o QUICK SALES AND SHALL PSOHTS. ' Would reseelfHy eatl attentien . my SUCII AS Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sots, Diamonds, Anericsii nnd Foreign Watches, Cantea aad Amethyst lungs, Cuius, Lorkets, Society Badges, Solid Silver f.nd best plsted war...

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. — 23 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. ViDI A BBOOCS, Editor ana Proprietor!. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Tre President has accepted Secretary Thompson' resigns ;ion, and designated Sec retary of War Kampy to act as Secretary of ttie Navy ad Interim. Prince, Democrat, has been re-elected Mayor of Boston, and seven of the twelve Aldermen are likewise Democrats. The Council stands 45 Republicans to 20 Demo crats. Seidenfeeo & Co., cigar manufac turers at New York and Key West, Fla., have failed. Their works aie the most extensive tn the country. Liabilities about half a mil lion; assets not stated. The Railway Commissioner: f Geor gia have ordered the reduction of fares on first-class roads to three ents per mile, and the roads will retaliate by an effort to abol ish the Hoard. ' It is reported, upon apparently pood authority, that Jay Gould has virtually ac quired sole control of the Iron Mountain Railroad, through the purchase of 40,000 shares of stock from Thomas Allen. T...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE BEOOES, Editors sad Proprietor. MILAN." - - TENNESSEE. A LITTLE CHILD. For moro thaa eighteen hundred Christian Venn In ami where wrath of winds the snow clouds tow Children bave sung with Infantile, tweet tears. The Sorrow of the Chjm. Another wide-winged year ha madeira round: Another sum merlins slipped down the world, Oad threads of rime have dripped with sullen sou nd And dead leaves hare been whirled; The sunflower head that tent In plant rows And felly followed in the luti'i wan train Are fallen low; the pines their ancient woe Tell the black nights again. And k: Behold ! When up the Eastern sky A yellow light limned with the Christina mom, AoroM our bouaebold swept the tender sigh, "A Hun tutu m born!" Ar, hush! Stand closer: see the tiny hand With wrinkled grasp held in a fragile fold; Bee round its head the faint and duakr band That yet shall be pure gold. Thus looking backward, 'tis the Holy Child That through the dusk at Christmas morn we ; A little e...

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. — 23 December 1880

,11.13 EXCHANGE uTJ-T'AY, DECK 23, MQ. I ag, colored, hanged in :i:.oa -ast Saturday at 12 o'clock, -.he r ; irdf r of Tito Rogers, colored. riijt- cr four thousand people were' .vent. A pecial to the American i) i "Lo" made a statement on tbe a-lofts saying that he had killed ve K t -ru io cold blood; tliat he di- j dfata and was wiliiajr. to go. lie J '-5fte-vd b-j fr whatever. His; .. git en L LIa father, who will :act it taXurkcT c.--k, Lt-nr Lis old j"-.r burial. He was -'attended j Z..n M'tlj and Snton, the '"-t.i'r whnra administered tbe or f lapliem and sacra in tut to ac - verdy. He expressed him V, :. kful to the eheria for his k rfO'r-and the raiuidters far their ';! during hia confinement. oi It'a statement wa that his s--.ti-er YwA always told him that if he .,-.d: Lie bod hard he must lie on it. I.'- no iound it to be true, and want .;) take warning from hi'n. 5 i few justice ha followed very "..ifrly the heeli of the crime, i,K. u committed iu this county u,;U th lli-...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 December 1880

' '-e 1 - - ," i. V!.V " -ViT i.V 1 MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DW'K 21, lSO. ; BlILIViB TIJir. TABU S. CMM,ILUili .- rlrn U.K. Trains leave Milaa m Ivltaaa on act! after Jaly 4.1. He. 1. Bortk. leaves, at Jw. . " 5 a. X. eoatb., " - Jie.4. " Tim about fifteen mmut-- tine. J.I.(U1::m.i'. f:4 am 11:4') am H:l"au 'Z.i": ) in r tht n town Aeut, Milan. J.J. MANN.rWt..L . Tcn't r!. E. CARV.tj. f.t 'i- A-v. ur!.;ms. I. B. MOKEV.O. T. f... -w !.:,. ... t Liawn )t c aanaviof a- 5k Train Milan as iuil ws nai alter r.Mni.i:i. IR1HS. . 1. taath. leaver at 12 42 am Ko. I " " 1 :.' i"" o.5. " " li.. Iluu.liu.'iij - f ""i .. I. aorth, " li:-s,-im N. 4. " " -no am J Sleeper en fior. f and C. run lrotv-n flan- aldt and lOTBViiIe. A-W. L'JViNti. Ar nt. . P. ATMORK. F. CA I I-L. j ties. P. AT. - UfJ iisfiABt aaaaaaaaaaaBaaaynaanwraMiMMV COCXTT IS CTY BIS4I t'TOKT. couuti orrio-.r. . K. Bisr. Chairmat. O.c&it Crt. . . Araa'd. 8krre. M. C. Heine. Cwubiy O. art CW. E. I.RAiiei.Ckaarcr) CI.-Tt.Tret.toa-...

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. — 23 December 1880

Kind of Food. All k:n -Is of fix! consist chiefly of four eiemrwU, called ranoons oxj- fcn, ni'roen, hydrogen and carboa. he vur'n-iH'S of food, animal and vege tal, ar? r:iinfd by lh various projxjr tions i:i w liich these element are com bined. Auimuls and vegetal have re:irlr the s:irao constituents. They both an-wi-r the same general purposes. They furni-h nourishment to the vari ous tis-ues, and then they furnish the means .f eneratin; heat. In warm air, Ipss het is needed to be generated in the body. In cold, more heat is needed than in warm. Food is devided into tissue-forniinjr and heat-formin. Car boa is the ;hief element used for warm ing the animal body; so articles con taining much carbon are called carbona ceous articles of food, or heat -forming1, as the fat of butter, oils, sugars and molasses. I5ut lean meat has less car bon than vezetabltfi. Health demands that we regulate the amount of carbon food pven. Too much may do harm, if the organs that have the power do not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 December 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. Afleo.nirnnnicatrons lor tliispnpt-r should bo accompanied by the name of tt.e author, not MoeHMrily for publication, but asevifienfeof food lait a on the part of the wriUT. Write Jrdyon on "11 ' " P"PfT. Be particularly carvful in irlvinir namii and latft, to Lava all etu-ra or lifcTirea plain and tii.-Unct. rrav the threshold. Onr-e more w" stand with haif-rehiet.iTrt feet I pon the 1 hre .okl of mmther yf ar; Tbat line where rant and Ku'tire lu-tnn tnmeot In Btrunirer contrast than they do elsewhere. Look bark a mnment-dre the prosixK-t please. Or diM th? weary heart but iirb n-ifrct? Can Keeollnction Biuile. or ill Ht ease With what la past, wish only to forget? Bay cans't thou smile when Memory'a llngor Idk raze Once more recall! the dyine; year to lrht? Would m thou liveo'ir attain those changing days. Or bid them fade forever into night? A solemn qiieation and the f altering- heart Beat ce dare nnyi yea," yet will not quite Bay " No;" For Joy and badness bo...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 December 1880

i i EXCHANGE L-:?!' AIT, DECK 23, 1880. f :;ptrnong Graiie. i"i;j'ibf of Halifax county, Z I.in.Iina, sn enthusiast in the j of the grape, and w ith forty ; i' experience as a vineyarJist, ufy yenrs of which were spent . tin? vineyanls on the Rhine, ts tli if :i'!i vine in the third year ji". '..K.-f about one jee!v of grapes j foil nh year, two Ita.In-If; in the ) ' i v-ir, five bushels. He cLtitii.s t hvi in f ill lnMring tlu-y wiilav . i-; ir.i'ii 40!) to 500 busbeU "r acre, ) w i-.i Ii 2,)00 gallons of tv ine m;y ivseei!. Vineof the fcuppernoi g . iy li-'tve, in his ueyhlxahood, i . ii- i th.' veue.'aMeageof 150 year.-, t i vcr-i I'.-nni one ami a half tr two : '- A l ine of this age in North ", c.vering two acres of ground, !. t i-LOsoii, forty-eight barrels ahiiough iu supports were . " I ,:e! and not one ctut hail hern . n i lit ! in cultivtiou. lie es: fN i!t expenses of preparing an I vineyard as follow?: Average - of l.iud ier acre, 810; seventy- - v e l rooted vines, prop...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 January 1881

1 rflLAU EXCHANGE II .1 w i 1 I t i V ' WADE . BROOUK, F.titer aad Prcprlrun. snwcmrriox bat. Two dollar a jriw, one dollar for tis monthsi fly we U for three moatbi, imtublt iif a- ssca. Entered at fie port office at Milan, Tenn., ai second cltu matter. BEST AND CHEAPEST. PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY r LOUIS GEUNBWALD, 14 to 22 Baronne St., New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOST POl'ULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN HIE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED BTEINWAY, K.NABE, WEBER, FISCHER, P-LEYEL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH & WARREN - AND PELOUBET & CO. DIRECT Importation of all kinds of Musical Merchandise, which I offer to Cnnntry buyers. Band, and Am.tour. at very lowest pric.,. jni.a.a'llX. 0. - FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS. T" Would respectfully Ball atteatiaa or my sven Cameo Watch Badgi sven as 5, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold SeU, Diamonds, American and Foreign batches, Cameo and Amethyst lungs, Chiins, Lockets, Society Badge, Solid Silver aad...

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 January 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE W1DI A BBOOCS, Ediion mj froprletora. MILAN, v - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT,TTOPICSw Till: NEWS IN" BRIEF. Gex. KAKPOLi'ir B: MarCI, In-pector-Genrral, and Col. John G. liarnard, of the Corps ol Lnanet-ra, have been plaeed upon the rettird Iit by the President.' Tub PresUont will not fill the vacancy In the Cabinet eau.-ed' y AhfrreMsnation of Secretary Thompson, but will continue Sec retary lUmsay In big double position until the fourth of 31 arch.. . ' Sri'ERiKTT.xpEST Walkkr has nearly ready for pubJicatioD a complete btntemeut f the census. ' Hon. 'William M. Springer will introduce In the Tlouae an apportion ment bill batted on the present number of members, with a provision to secure minor ity representation. . . Dr. Wilsox, .the gentleman sent to AVa-hinton n be halt of fha .Oklahoma col onists, lias been granted an interview with the President, but iiitedto fceoure the with drawal of the'Executive iroclamation de claring the invasion of the Indian Territory illegal ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 January 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE A KBOOSS, dl onsid Proprietors. MILAN. - TEXNKSSEE. THE RAO PICKER. 4'r'inir the l!iy thoiouirhfarn, to-day. I'm km? my way along ibe muddy tiHtrs. A xr-tciied mine one moment burred my way Sioopmir to rather there dome scattered rags 1 bai in ttie kennel lay. I wrs not moved jnt then hr kindly frrnco, And. anirored at the Mop. I curtly said: " ( onus c (rood woman I Give us pursers I tun t l.liK-k the way'." At that she raised h'T head Am looked me In the face. Her visage wan with aire and trouble seamed; Her form was doubled by the weight gDe borel And stranire Impression o'er me faintly jrleHmed - That somewhere during life those eyes be fore Had on ine tTTibly beamed. With tremblinir finder raised, she snid aloud: I'du re rich and honored greatly, Hubert 1-curh: And yet. for all you are sohlirh and proud, Vou once were ready to (rive place to me. Head bent and body bowed." 'Then from the darkness of her eyes tnere leapt A liiflit iiidiunant. as her form shedr...

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 January 1881

i V i. 1 i J t 1 X j 41 1 I I i i a . J X! .I (! ' 4 "if TT A II 7. V TUIK.SDAY, JANT 0, 11. B18IMES !OTIE. After this issue, the Milajc R- i'cnisoE and the Jackson Whig will b consolidated under th Mjle and name of tfee "Wine, I'tumniyo Com PA5T." Tbil arrangement will not disturb ike identitj of either jornal for the time being, as the names will be preserved intact and all unexpired contracts for advertising aDd subscrip tions of each paper will be carried out in good faith by the new firm. In stead of publishing the Exchange in quarto form, it will hereafter appear Sb folio, containing thirty-six columns, M will alsa the Jackson Whig. The patent side of this paper will be aban doned and both sheets will be printed entire at the parent office iu Jacksou. One of the former proprietors of the Exchange will remaiu in Milan for eonie time to look after the old and new business of the paper, and a corns petent representative f the new firm will be employed permanently here to 6erve ou...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 January 1881

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