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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 February 1875

THE SIXOER. BT AUCB WILLIAM. A mOEI went sinking down the world. Now in green miKws id now in the town. Anon where the smoke of the battle whirled. Then off where the autumn wood lay brown. Stnrtn. till sinrinrl -Ay. nothing bnt that hen the trumpet furumonetl the boats to wax And the roMtrn rnnei at me rat-tat-tat Ol tit Ucalening drum, abe stood alar, And eang of the conflict in ringing tones, 4 H titt laurel wreath, of the tk tor's death Till tl dying ailenoed their shuddering moons And smiled as they drew their final breath. She annr of IutT, ah sang of Lore: )f a:i that is noble, and grand and rood Below , of ttie toy of Ue soul above feome scoffed, or smiled, and some under She sang of Duty. Her weak handi failed W hen she strove ttie hirrden of life to liear. But through all the song no sadness wailed. As she sang, gull gang, in her white devpair. Iove. From her eagor hand The brimming chalice was darted ai-(e, h bT rteps drew near Uie In known Iad line gued on the put and wi...

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 February 1875

WS"K3sr MT LAN EXCHANGE. W. i.V!DC, Editor d Pubttntjer. Bl'BSM IPTIOX UA.TIM, Two dollars yean orre dollar far sia months: fifty rent tor three inonlus. INHMiEi-T 1 tifCK. 1 - i . r i f i I-I ADUMTISlXCi SA'fta. toe 'ek 1 W I 75 TA 4 7S 7 VI TJ HO Uwl.JlW !7 3 7S 7? 11 7 1K' Ihree W eek. 2 l S fO 5 Wl M M 2 ' :ie M'.nth.-. 2 SO 4 5" 20 II 11 7s i S 0" Two M -ath ' 4 Ci 7 w lf "0 V w Ji X (f Thrr, m .-.th? s i: a si "s r : i f-ii M-.ilh I 14 fJ0 M l- ;; Nine Month... 10 i". 17 V, I .' JS .. J ' Une Year 12 W 21 ft.' ' . J-WJU4J JjoeMe-noltinjn advertisements, HI per taut, ad vance on the shove rates. , Tripl-enlnmn sdverti.etneriU, 20 per rent. aa-ean'-e wi the above rale. . ' Advertisements to occupy speisl position, lt nrnnl. advance on the above rates. "lo-al Notice.." 'in the same type f Wal rondin m.ntcr.) PT rnt. drnre en th bnr rte iVIEciW " Noli-" rln. iini'le nnou:ir mnit if mrrin d leHthf i.for.cj ffU?. All transput ndieriisfmentf muM nepn.l fr in drnr. Ver!y adv-ertinieit...

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 February 1875

mm MIL.' AN EXCHANGE. County Directory. . K1ILBOAB TISE-TASLE. . Lw-aievUle wsmI iMrhli EUrU. TEAI5S SOUTH. ' .SXTVtg. TttTf r"!irTit. " .. .. 11:46 r. h. ll itt, a. TRAINS SOUTH. F.tre, .' 8:4a A. V. I:U a. . Ho. 4t. m. ;:uur. a. A.TU)YIXvi. Ag.nL Jfw Or.svvaa, St. La a la a4 hleag-a. ' " - . SOUTH. yu. :. M. us. . lisp-. ' , 11:3 r. a. ll;4jr. a. " ' ' SOUTH. " ' fx., a. IKi. a. 6 . f. . t.iir.m. I Q. NI HUl.SuN. AgnL W. K. ATMORE. Ti- ket Agent "rum no either road, if necessary, wait half a aeur for trains en (he other. Arrival and Orpartar f t Math. Airir from tb South aad t"t at 44f. p. m I f iu the East, 11:30 . a. From, tba Nertb .':& a. 01. I-spatt North and East. :4 p. Wet.l..M o. m. South. 9:4.'. a. a. J. J. Boyi, rostsatr. corifTr officers. J. 3. Am.!. Sberif. M. C. Holme. Ceanty feirtCUrk. IL E. F.aines. Chancery Ceart Clark. Wat. Moore, Timit Ooart Claik. Jast. WiliiHUK. Coroaar. . C. Long . Trot. C. J. W iti. Ta z Caliaetar. Jariah Coopor, Coanty Sarrarar. A. a. C ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 February 1875

(.E.NEIUL BREVITIES. ( i Owing to a scarcity of . water a fire In Newton, N.IL.Um-. "other day, was extin guished with several barrels of cider. . Tim ton man of a Cincinnati brewery p-t $1U.(XK) salary the same as the Chki Justioe of the United Slate. ItonRx- CnAfiTL, Ncwma-ket, X. II."; 1X1 in Mnrvl; has Lauled saw-logs twelve iuil-8 every day Finee Lh-c. 1 ; uses tobacco. A Pitchman describes New Yorkers as " berry line peeplen, who pro about der Mreets 'heating each Oder, and dey call dat bizzins.' , - Orfoox apjnrs to erjT very mild w inter?. A record kept near Balem in that fctate eliows that during the hist live years the average temiiwature of the. .winter months has .never been lower tlian-thirty-thn degrees. Lar year it was forty two Ucgm. " Messrs. CeilM. tbe oldest orivat bank In London, have kept their old ledgers in the room over Temple liar for many "year, ami they have expressed a desire, in the vent of the removal of that structure, that it may tie n built as a fron...

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. — 4 March 1875

A ' M THE TARTAR WHO CA UGHT A TAR , ' .. TAR' BT tOU-S G. AXB. Twere't tro.Me la nncrT now. J"! Airivtrowiiri-oii every I"1 t ar te-sl lTTilik? bub. The Tartar kha. I rmLuog aU laws Unit. , r . j ; jf lie U rfdfnf forth with hit vgj men, JiO Ttr ami raOh anilny ; Kor deed like thoe, , ; ', ' ? - Yon wiv "ell MiiitfW. 1 . . j An auiUi ia UK Xi i ri An now he romea, the terrible chief, To a mnDniirn. pTXBil tu4 Ml; , Ami he m na-ntt, , ,j J jf Within ami without, Aud (t hat do bit eye behold? A OioupmvI cMfle In fk-Mnnit foIJ Ad1 heep all over lUe "lain ; Ami noble ultyli . Of rarest hrwl, And beautiful eroja of grain. But finer atill In the hosiHe.1 wealth Thai his ravished eyes behold In silver .lata - - " '. " ' i wnmlro wettrfit. 1 ., : ti And Jew cle of pearl aitd go! J. A nobleman owna tliie One estate ; ... " Ami when theroblier be sees, i- . '- " Tla iw l Terr queer. He quakeawitli few. And treroblca bit In the knees. T ".. 1 i . - ' - He trembles m fear nf hia preeiooi life,...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 March 1875

'Iff W? S&2 ii-4Mj.riivirara MILAN EXCHANGE W. A. Vior, aMMor an.4 !. : T- Ar.'hm a inr: on iiillar fur fin month fty tnu Tvr tbrc month-. ir .ai;.T i to .. .th".Jl 2 V 4 .V. iK 12 M 1 T Wi Y:. m.. x: 4 oj. 7 w w u j 2- Thru- Minth 5 '' 7i 12 SO 75 X r i M.nlh. .. ) OU 14 f ij!6it. r, , On" Year. I? Mil J OU 3f ') 57 tl 9) Ui Ut l IouhikT'm'i advertisements, lOl-croent. ad ice t.n th abofe rate.. ' '" Tn.lf-a;n-a advertisements. 2" ir tnU 4 tii e on the n'.ove rate1. .." AdvertiM-mcr.t to occupy ie-itl position, 10 per ecr.t. a (ran on the aoove ratfeii. "Lo.nl S'i-." '" ,1 "P" reidinr mutter,! S) per cent, advance en the fctrti-. . . . " ' CUMtnnric. tribute . nrpt .uch come offirialiy fro-n charitable tic), and rcmnrLr o.i nir.rriapMi. Of-tlf .of retfdUr " Lc-al Xoti e rt-. .eimle anpo.nv-e-ncntrof marrtfircf n4Hi-th-t.ifrt.tl irratio. All rniciitlvprtiiiiei..tjnuftliiiJ f-rin i !. ee-rly adtexiiinefiU. quarterly in a-ivance. THURSDAY. MAKCU 4, 1875, The llouf hal another fill...

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. — 4 March 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE.i . . - - - ' - ' ' j County Directory. UliLBClV Till E-T.l BIB. . .w(TIIawl Rall4. TRAINS SOUTH. sattvc. atra. t- 1. a. t: 4. B. 15.4i r. a. 11:4 p.m. vr Etpre. TRAINS XO&TH. :4i a. a. I 55 a. a. i.4r. . :80p. a. A. W. LOVING. Agent. ftxaraee. wa.1. Or:", awel Chicago. OCTH. Mail. I t ?.. CiyrM, lL2Jr. a. UAjt.u. KOSTH. Strs, . . a. :SA. V. Mail. :JOr. a. :45r. a. I. 0. Ml Kt'LM'N, Antt W. X. ATVORE. Ti ket Asr.ut I rain on I'.Mr roH. if necessary, wait half w boar lar trails the wtbwr. (rcfviil aad !) rtr T lb Hall. 1 r- iv frwia ttautk aad Wast at 1:46 a. a. Kroia lb Ea.t, 11:33 p. at. From tk North, ti.toa. la. ii.-t XrrhandEa.t,-ttp.m. Wex.U:K r. m. tleath. :!'. as. J. a. B.y. r.tr!r. CiRKTT oric2M. I. 1. Arnold. ?herif. M. C. Helm. Conaty Conrt Clerk. K. K. RUm. Ckanrery Caart Clerk. A'm. Moor. Cireait Ceuit Clark. Jam. Willi .ail. Cwroaar. f . C. Long. Truata. '; C. J. Witt. Tat Calleator. Jiak Cooper. Cunty 8nrvy: K. a. Cjrr. Sajwrintca-icn: Public Scaaala...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 March 1875

VI I GE5EK1L BREVITIES. , f Tus Eicpbkss EiGtsriK U said to be Wastinir Away with consumption. bcLPinn coukI from Vesuvius, there Tore iuuu&t be good for ruptious. , ; , Srsciu. street oars for ladies, especially iu the juoriunga and tveuuis, ax Advo cated by the New York Herald. The largest owner of calves in Texas is Cajt. Kennedy of Los Laureles ranci, near Corpus Christ!, -who Lag juat branded aherdot 16,000. A WisnrxGTO capitalist who was treat ed to -25-x-nter," flipped ba. k to trie cljrar-rtore, the other day, and eeonon u lly exchauged it for 'threfcior A quar ter." - --. . .. . . Mixn ITost Ltjtd.' of Eoekland, Me., has c&Hud upou the Common Council of that city to nay him $35,000 damages be muse a .mall-pox flag was planted upon his bob4. Thb tree near the City of Mexico, under which Cortes is said to have wept when he thought that ruin and failure stared him in the koe, U still standing and is fully eighteen foet through the trunk. Early in January the villages n...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1875

WHFISlTSOt " "' -MB-...- I BT FATHER TAH. - Some find work vVf khm And mt, And o the wearr world I aotnetimfw wontl'rr which is be; The answer wdh, wbeo lite to gona. Borne ere sleep when mm eye wake, And so the dreanr nUflit hours ft; Some heart brat when Home be&ru break ; I often wonder why tia so. Some win faint wliere some wills fltrtit ; some ton the cit and tomtt tin field; ... I often wuoin r- t lit riff hw The neawbaatrireorUioae who yield. - Some linnd f.TlJ , wliere other hand " Are lilted hrely in the strife; And no throDf-b apvs and Ihrourh landf Hove on the two extreme at life. ' -" ' - - Some feet halt where some feet tread, In lirrlcf march a thorny way ; Some etrurffle on where aotne hare Bed; . come seek, where otliw sliun the fray. Pome sword rust wliere other rlah ; home fall back where Km move on ; Some flairs furl, where other flai-h I'ntil the battle ha been won Pome aleep on, whne tnlien keep The vtfTiajor the true and tinwe; . . , They will aot rent till...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1875

-1 MILAN EXCHANGE. f. 4,. ' elf.. t-l,T' "M' InHI . kl KMIKIT U 1A ' Two doMarae rear aned-.tlarforiiU mouibi: 8ft -eatt lor three aiuBth., is ahiablt i ab- ADtCKT.Ki)iU MA XL. O -i H ! X 1 JS ' ff r I s Hi erica. , a a e : i r 1 f i ! f I ; i it i I lnaWmk lm J 7 2 .vt I ? ? Tl Vi.f t 1 M 7 75 7 II l " Three Wt -k S M 1 " . Mnnm....: i 4 . 12 1 J., ' ' Th-T.M--.t:M Sir. 7 IS V. 2S 75 y '; InSI-Hiinn adve-li-menH. ID percent, ad Taie oa t!i- t"re rnte. , Tri.!e-sdai.in Iverti-menf. !" per rent, ad- in ti.- a-i-.ve rut. . A'!v-i-i-omeit to "" 'I" ' P"i'n. '' per it. advane on theabove rstei.. "l.o-.l oti-." do h i"yP ' I' revl.nir m oter.1 It per ceat. ailtitiK-e un the aboee riite. . . Ohitnrie. 1 rib-i.e. "fUfwH (ex ;ept urh ' romt .iH-i-iliv fr.m rhniil-ml- " ..tie... rir.rk m .n.'rnmrei.. one-li.ilf of reyolar Li -ml Xoti-e" rat.-.. Mim.ide anuoynee-tne-it. it in irri.-wre-aid lr;ii- i i-ert;i msli-. All n-ient ad vet lir.ii.-iit nus-l l.e 1 nil fir in adrvr-. ier! adrei-lineiaii...

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. — 11 March 1875

IB - iaiu-U! LUgMuena uimnm MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. R11LRO in T1KC-TABLK. LaJTinoa rTeklataUMIr4tl. TRAIN SOCTB. ItllTM. Dirtrt. TRAIXS XORTH. fclo l.ttr.M. 7:00 p. a. .. W. LuVIN'd. Ageat. ED'.f . COLEMiX. Ti -kot AgctU. erlfiM, fat, Uall u CIar. SOCTB. Yiii. ISO, m. tit, a. Kidiwi, r. a. r. a. KOETH. Riere. ... I a. '4 u 4 so r. h. tV4S p. a. I.n,M(HOUiOS.AtiU j. n. r.rrn. Ti-kn . i rt.i hi itur- - ' -i ie-eeary, wail Ball .a kuur for tiaiti th.e.er. I -rival nJ IrrmrtBira f tTw Mall. Arrive from tberVwth 4 Wt tl ft: 46 . at. Frow ta Em.i. 11A' i'. ai. Treat lb North. t:lia. at. !:.a.-t X-wtaar.4 C:.6:4i p. at. Wrt,U:IC ... ie. ricuth. MS a. m. J. 0. BoH. 1'o-tia itor. At a Hw Plara. Coler & Dickinson have' moved their drug store to the Pickinatm block. They hart now decidedly the hndsorest houM in town, and arc prepared to furnish the public with everything la their line at bottom price. Unheard of bwgaia at Stone & Mnuv. Itememher Stow & Jf&i u3 no be C...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 March 1875

CEXEKAL BRETTOES. - Thk prevail inr destitution in New York City is greater t!iu for the last U.lrtj years. ulli..ll Vj ,i, jjji ' Barkvm furnished Mi KeUoars: with one of tile auMUfor TLt, TalLaiuinwbn).' in new 1 OJK juc uuirr uij(Ub - ' i a W. W. BAO-erVof Wayerly, Towa, liaS fiiilen Iieir te ii.uw.ww dt the death of uncle at CeliuLM,2i.Y. i ' Thk low titate Arrleultural Colleire farm bur it milk, says aj exT-hange nd asks, " llow is Hint for a model farm ? " Mr. JiutlL"J?iifcKbcnJJrorT'ooEtr, Ohio, liac an apple plucked lifty-oue jear aro, still IB jod state of prrnration. " Ieab ToM--Come Imraediat ly If yon we this, ff mrt, umie mi HarKtey." difficult invitation appear as a ytrional in the London 1'rmrs. ' . Thk Mayor of Grand Ttipid, Mi.b., has Issued a card, wfiew in - tm ay that the employment of females in any driiikinr place is void of good taste and damaging to ffood aotitety. Thk Ptory that an "English capitali. is nejrotiating ftr the purchase of the Mil waukee elevato...

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 1875

TEE THRONE OF ATTILA. Venice, 1S74. 0 imnnti-ED lion of ft. Mrk, tailing through Uiin ttvoUMnd Ules tooie dantiT nummer yoUrtliiT, Bt unknown unau through uoknowB Uyi, Whoa- M1 w-l bmuty till beguile Mr MffntK-r. -il-nt. har--like brk Wt hark of -rw-d nl yellow nul And pmw tn nwlyfMl of mail linKnr th Tyrol'" peak of now And gr-groncauiicwys well below, Ii4 luucii Tumello. . - - ' - One- -land, .1 look sra-nhfll in my hand, And blrw like any trumpeter. Mv gondolier h-aned on Li or, lked up irauol, but did not stir, liark fpm a further ii-laiid hor 4 nir.e rolling on in prlint-nclcar, Mm own wild ntef but nottiinir more V heard or Keen in all the laml. Yet here etood enii om. and here " Altila came with wnril and flame. And act bin throne of hollow t-d bUiix In bcr higb mart. 'And It remain. The crowned city, rrmil King, Has lone- tinne aMel; yet ail a! 'me There tit" tliat mnaxive, empty throne. 1 turned me down tlie irraiwy litnea, liy rattle path fniw-pMnn and dim. And Uirouirh ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 March 1875

em.1? jwumuj mwi.wM9-iAiwM'janwt.Ti:' i'i. i Hi uauJtaii MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A..WAK.fcHr nU PnMIhr. ftrBM'ttlPT BATIA . Twi jolUfn T cnadoliar for a month-: tfty mn tot tire month, iktariailt is aD ac. ADTERTaMMI KATEK. sr ? 3 ! 1 j ? i i 1 1 i ! l : waci. p- 5- ; 5 5 I i I ; I' M: h 1 n. Ww To 'A'i,k,.. Ot 1 2 W 5 n fi 2 ". wr ic ii 2V IS in 24 ' 7"i '"i 1 -VI 2 ii 11 VI 1 One Mo-ilh. 2 ftl 4 .VI 11 l Two Month-' 4 tri 7 0" V) '10 1 (' P (W 4 Torre y -.nlb. X in' Ti 12 ft 21 S7 i ii Month... . I" M ' 2" Oi ' n ,IM inc Months- in 2X 17 7-" 2T. .-m 4 7.') 77 ( !1 U-r Yer. 12 t 21 01 57 5' 0)144il l)oohp-Htliinin mlvrti-ment. riiperoaut. ad vance on th a'-ov. rto. Tri:!e-folumn a'iv-rt;-rmnt. CO prrcfnt. aJ rm nti the ahnve ri-. . AJvpriirmeTit to wi!l 1'mn. 1U par cnt. ivATi n the a nuc rite. Loml ,oti.." 'in the sume type a rlina n.attcr.) i' Ir tent. aJrunce ou the aboTe nlw. , Dbioiri.-. 1 ributm f Rr-t cxnt rur-h come ..ffirtnlly fr"i clmritnhif ;irtie-). mi I ri'iaark. "i Miarrii...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 March 1875

fWsassaeeeani MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. RAILBOID TIHM4BI.E. lealevlllf sninie Rail TRAINS 80LTH. All.'VXS. . a. 11 46r. a. a. h! U. Jo r. H. Day Express, Kail. TRAINS NORTH. K I press. :'... :.'.. Mail. e:45 P.M. 7:00 P.M. A. V. LOVING. Ami ED'.V. COLEMAN. Tiviet Agent. New Orlraan, KL Lela anal C'blaaujex. SOUTH. Mail. 8:50 a.m. :la. a. Express, 11:2 p. a. ll:4i p. M. NORTH. Express. UK) A. . I Vl.a. Mail. t:Wr.. 44p. . I. O. M HOLfcON. Agent. j. n p.rr.n TiriM aiil TruM n either mud. if Mwrr, wait half aa hour lor trains en the ether Arrival aad ttepartare er the alalia. Arrive from tie i5nt and fftl at 8:46 p. a. Frc-ra lbs East, 11:3' p. m. From the North, 45a. m. )t!urt North and East. 6:15 p. at. West,U:M p.m. South, P:4"-a. m. J. it. Kvyi. Postmaster. COUNTT OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold. Sacrif. M. C. Hulmcs.Cnuuty Court Clerk. P.. E. Raines. Chancery Court Clerk. Fin. J'o.ire. Circuit Court Clerk. Jons. W i'liarn. Coroner. I. C. Long. Tr islee. C. J. Witt. T Collector. JoM...

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 1875

. GE5EB1L BBETITIES. An Arctic ei was recently seen In the Chesapeake, baking himself upon a float ing cake of ioe. A rRfGGisT In Lewlf ton. Me., declares that over a ton of snuff is annually con sumed In that town In dipping, chiefly by women. Mr. Elm.it Thikn Foh Laisim, a native of Shanghai, China, has been chosen class poet lor the class of 1877 in the Sheffield bcietitilie School at Yale. Some wed wheat brought to Colorado from Germany, three Tears ago, has been experimented with and found to yield W) bushels to the acre, of an excellent grain. Cincinnati declines to recognize the ef fort made by gome ot her citizens to or ganize a rival Centennial Exposition for 1S7G. Lf.mon juice used as a gargle is said by a French physician to be a specific against diphtheria and similar throat troubles, which he has successfully used for eighteen years. A coox trap in Nelson County, Ken tucky, closed on a dog that had just been imported from the estate of the Duke ot Argyle. The animal was...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 March 1875

. f TEE 44 WET" OF A BLUSH. ' Two maple br the eotta I4" Grew crimson in the " '" 1 ?j7nV:Zp??Ti,nK shade, Bnl rtill tr t-n.W :lk and brow iki deep radiance warmly played. Knoiu, 0 Sweet!" I whispered low; -Vliai heart is mi ne I Teamed to w in ; I X tunwt flush, but lore1 pore dawn ' Break from tlie kindled soul within!" I'aul H. Hayne. X . ' , t LINES WRITTEN ON A LAWS FAN. WHW flle Ke became aware How ill die had behaved to man. To bide from hi reproachful stare, fcbe went and made herneil a Ian. But when she peeped above the rim In wietlul deprei-alinr wine. The a tn rathecjirkied him . lip 'didjit know she had such eyas Ho wheai tie akeibeT to explain ' , J, Toe ohiert ( tlua new comx-it. Away went shame slie jieeped strain. And aaid, "to acreen her lnin Uie heat." The day was hern ; full many too Have conquered thun in nmny land; ? Eretold bor rt.vfelifrrs wtist to do - la future tithtaeir idie aand. . . . THE STORK-OF HOSE. A irrai brown wonian-Standing boldly relieved agains...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 March 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE. Two oVTI.irs a year: an dollar for six months: Cfty ei.U lor itmi tuilbi, ;r.raiu.;Lir 1 a 4Cg. ADVK.KTIftiXO ItATtS. I . 7V J S 4 7S 7M 12 To Weeks-' i hree Wenkv : is. 3 .it h l 9 . l.i in, r in One Month.-.; I !?.. 12 l It "; l W Two Month' J )l lOi Tt lu 1 4 SI Three Month ? i 75 12 W 21 V. V rt ii Mnttn ... ' ' H " 1 0 tiiur i..n1b.. 1 17 75 C 4 7'i 77 lit 0 One Year 12 tW 21 .TO t .17 Ui 'Ai 00 144 It luu.ild-:ul iuii advertisements, in per cent. at vtie en thr b'e rite. TrHI--i.iiwn drertiments. 30 per cant, ad vance on the above rt. . Jkdtrliscia"it- to nnny spc-iM no-ltion. II) Tr ce:it. advn-- nn the abo-e rat. Loe So'i-es." 'ia the sawe tvi lv-l j reading roatwr.) i per i-caL advance on the above rn!r-. Oi.itnri-. 1 ribntes of Rir,"l (ex-rpt otne -tt riily fn.in cb'i!nMr "ir!fr., 'Lo-ki Aotl-e rate, mimiom unmiunrf ments-'f marrisrfcsand death i ierted rrTi. All transient id veHii.etr.cn t mu-t I prid tor in edvan-e. Yearly advertWinents, u,aarterly in ady...

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 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. KilLBt t TI.IMIEU reaavf Ha amd! ax ataJIrma. TRAIN'S SOL'TH. :vte.. ht. Tr Rxpr 1 . H. :1 4. . ll:5r. a. 11:44 r. a. KnU. TRAINS SOUTH. St. :. 4. a. 1 " a. . :4'f. u. 7:00 r. M. . w. i.oviva. Act. EDW. COLEMAN. Tkket AgcaU ejaw rlaaae, a,f, Uila aal C'hiaatrw. SOUTH. a. 11: r. a. ail. Jiprea. Ma a. a. 11.43 r. a. NORTH. Expr, l a. I Nt. a. Mul. :p. . 45r. a. I. G. NICHoLSCN. Ageat. J. II. REED. Ticket Aceul. Train na either ral. if -ie-ery. wait kalf aa keur for train aa the W. Arrival aai Depart a ra eT Halla. irrin from t aa rVoalk aad Weat at -. p. a. rraia Ik K&,U:3J a. at. From tke Nertk. :Sa. a. iKpe.-t Nertb - i4 Eat. a. ai. Wat, 11:10 . m. Pjb.:a. a. J. . !. Peetmaxter. COt ST I 0FFIC2XS. J. B. Arabia. SkcnE. M. t. H ;. County Caart Clark. R. E. Rair.e. Chancery Ceert Cle.k. in. Moore. Circuit Caart Clark. Je;i. William. Cereaer. I. C. Lang. Tru.te. C. J. W iu, Ta Caliecter. Je.i.k Cweaar. Caaaiy Surraywr. A. 8. Currey.PnpcrinteudeatPae...

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. — 25 March 1875

GENERAL KBEYITIES. Tni bbrqnre8 f Senator Pa m nor cost tbc-MatPof iltactiusrtts $19,227.60. . Wkuksax low propose to put a por tion of her ronwlt to w(rk in irte copper miiicC " The Jaws of New York penult the M fariij of wil, lut forbid the w curing of iuai-k$, at public ball. (ViiiEs of tlie two mvt editions of " Par adise Lo-t" art; owned bv u Chicago col ta:tor, who p:iidg:Gu for them. ' Tnr.ur. is a child in SumterOunty, Ga., ly the mime of Lc Batt, w ho has four prand parents and four preat-srrand par cats, All livinp.-- - . Tiiaicit year ajro ten thousand (salmon troht were plaet J in Onnndnjra Lake, New York, and lately several have been caught weighing as hirh a two iiounds, Tiut ratio t-f suicide to the population in the lnitf-d StJiW. for tie eriMi covered fv tlie last deC4-nnidl census, is 25 to 100, X) tiuoiig; males, aud 3 to 100,000 among females. . Thk rre&t Cucliituafe Lake that supplies I?orvf is almost drained out, and the llub is providing an additional rtor...

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