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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 April 1874

OLD AND BLIND. . HOLLAXD. Gallant Urey-beirt, e,n't you are nnvncioiiabl bat, you W hi I yon play the (incur. That the girl is Uugbing at you t Too wrrr handanm in Toor day, 1 on arr well pnwnri) and thrifty, Aail y.nr manners, one mav aay, Are auptrb, but yoo are Ofty I Don't be foolish, now yvu're old, Hirtinpf in thin feeble fashion Trvina- on a hearth rrovn cold to re-lipht a bcyiab passion. Ton have bad yonr day of youth, With !U tender freaiu and fancies: 1 on have known a woman troth And bare lived Love'i sweet romances. ArJI know her lie are red ; True, her curls are black and rlossy; les, she Itears a dainty head, And her eyes aresweet and saucy. Bnt she knows yon act a part, While yon try to t-ae and please her Knows, Oid Make-Hliv, vour heart Is as dead as Julius Csesau-'i Enow it. tliontfi a simple srlrl. And n laughing while you linger; Knows it well, and, like a curl, Wind yon round her jeweled' finger ! But if you must act a part; If you cannot drop yonr feijrnlnir. -...

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. — 9 April 1874

TUTU MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, Editor and robllaher. SCWSOUPTIO SATrS. Two dollar a rear; one dollar for six months: Bftjr cent for threw months, mvakiarlt m ao- ADTEBTISIXe RATES. H rft .- 1S 3 2.2 i f -M f Iran. One Week 1 oni 1 7S J ,W 4 TV 7 5i 12 Ol Two 'ki. 1 SOi 2 7M S "5 7 2S 11 2V 18 ftl Tare Wki.l 8 trt . 50: S no 9 SO 15 24 () On Month..- 2 50 4 50 6 2i 12 () IS 751 3) 00 Two Months.. 4 no' 7 (si 10 (1 19 fl .10 00 48 00 Three Months' 5 001 75 12 50 21 75 -T 50- ftt 00 Kix Month 8(l 14 W 20 00 .H 00 fid (lni 5 no Nina Months. 10 25 17 75 2.i SO 75 77 00 123 in One Year 12 HU 21 Ou 30 00 57 0) J 00 144 W) Double-column advertisement, 10 per cent, ad vance on the above rates. Triple-column advertisements, 20 far cent, ad Advertisement to occupy special position, 10 per cent, advance on the above rates. "Local Notices." (in the came type at local readme matter.) 25 por cent, advance on th above rate. Obituaric. Tribntef of Respect (except sneh a Hue officially from charita...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 April 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. K&ILKOAD TIHE-T1BLU I,oaivill and Xrarbii KI1 read. TKALNS KllTII. tiuvm. TpriTs. V a. . A. b. 11:23 r. K. ll:JCr. . Pay Etito.. & iut Expi'na. TRAINS XORTII. Day EijrM. Night J.ipreM, S.Ha.M. H:Xt r. m. C:Vr. u A.W. LOVING. Agent. MlM.ldlppl Cralral Kallroad. . XOBTII. Ir Epre, Nicul Laprehf, N if Ut ExprveK. :( r. a. G:3U r. a. SOUTH. 9:77 t. . 9:45 a.m. VMO r. a. U:) r. a. P. H. HAWKS. Am Train on either rmd. if neeeMary, wajt half as liour fur train on Uie other. Arrival aad. Jtrpartnre of lh Mail. Arrive from the foutb. and Wt at 6:45 p. m. From the Eut, 11:3) p. m. Frum the North. 45 a. m. Depart North and Eat. 6:4.5 p. m. Welt, 11:30 p.m. South, 9:io a. m. J. (j. lioyd, Poelnianter. COUNTY OFFICERS. Jon?. William. Sheriff. M. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. R. E. Rainee. Chancery Court Clark. Win. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. W. 11. llnlford. Coroner. J. i. Mchwen, Trustee. V. P. Alien. Ta Collector. J. A. W. llenn. County Purveyor. A. ...

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. — 9 April 1874

GENERAL BRETITIES. An Omaha girl introduotf romantic mode of suicide, bhe MuflWl her lover's letters down her throat until etie was guf focaicd. Aistrama, which produowsblaok swans, IiamwnUy d.-vtlo-H-d avast deposit ot white coal, which burns readily with bril liant flame. A Virginia railroad has been made to pay $: for killinp a rooster, and all oth er roosters hi the State arc crowinTOver the verdict. " At a fashionable church in New York the contribution plates are carried round by younjr ladies, to the great benefit of the treasury. From 1,500 to 2,000 vehicles pass a given jKilut on Rroadwav, New York, in an hour, while in London the numb'r through C'hcapside in only about 1,200 ikt hour. A Boston men-hant who has a 6trong appetite for liquor, sent for five temperance women to pray with him. They went, and through their efforts, he says, he Is on the road to reformation. Lotta kissed a New Orleans young man who presented her with a gold medal. A Milwaukee editor says if the Go...

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. — 16 April 1874

THREE THIKGS. BT ROfK TIRBT COOKE. ' There are three things that return not." Anbtan Proverb. Three thinr never eome rin. Fnow rxiay vanish from the plain, Ittnasoms from the de wy sort. Verdure from the bmkrn clod, Water from the river-ford, forests fr m the monntain's hesd Nijrht may hrifhten into dav, Noon in midnight fade away; Yet Ihe snow Khali come once more When the Winter It miieats roar; ItloMuimt each returning Spring In her laden arm shall brinir; t; foe Freen where plowshares nil Kivers nsh in Autumn'a sun; 1 line shall hi. I new lorest grow. Noon and night both on me and go. t et, though all thy soul complain, J nree lliiugs never come again. !ve may vanish from thy path, Jwept aaiile by woe and wrath; Hoe may leave thee to desfuur, Riches flee like smoke in air. Home lorsake thee, friends deny. I.lle itself be fit to die; But thy love may come once mora Jerer than it seemed belore, Hope renew its smiling charm, Kirhes heap their subtle harm, Jloine e built from out it...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 April 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.WADE, Editor and Publisher. SrBSCKIPTIOX RATK.H. Two dollars a )tMr: one dollar for six montbi: fifty eenu for Uire mouths, ikvauaslt is b aci. ADVERTItlXU RATES. H H 2 3 s s i s 3- 5 I g 2 c- : r rci. n Wwk 1 1 751 2 sn: 4 7 7 .V); 12 m Two Weeks... 1 SOi 2 T.M 3 7 V 7 Si 1! 2"' H " Three Weeks. 2 IW 3 So 5 i ."st U Hii 24 1 On Month. 2 SO 4 St S 2T 12 1 7' 1 Two Months. 4 ), 7 ' in 1! ) (' 48 (Hi 1 hm Months 75 12 Mi 2:1 7" .Vi H ID Fix Months 8 14 ti 20 0" 3H U W W l Nino Months- 10 25 17 75 2". SO W 75 77 121 00 Una Year 12 00 21 W :W (st 57 (l 9U 0l 144 UP Douhl-olonin advertisements, 10 per cent. sxl vane on the above rates. Triple-column advertisements, 20 percent, ad vance on the above rate. Advertisements to occupy special position, 10 per cent, advance on the above rates. "Local Notices," (in the same type as local reading- matter.) 25 per cent, advance on the above rate. Obituaries. Tribote of Respect (except such as owe officially from charitable ciet...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 April 1874

r MILAN EXCHANGE, County Directory. KAILUOAD TIJf E-TABI.E. Lonint III and Hrtnat-faU Railroad. TRAINS SOUTH. JT E !". ?':' I A. M. A. V ll:i' r. m. 11::V r. w TRAINS NORTH. jy EtpreM. (:4 a. w. :M a. w i.ht lCipre, "::'." r. . fr-TU r. m A. TV. LoVINU, Asiut. KlwiKkipi! Crnfnl Railroad. SuRTII. i Tsv Exprep. K-.Wi.t. .:. .i SOUTH. Ty Etrei. 9:27 a. M. M"i a. m Intiht Kxprei, r.. 11:tr.'a Trin on either road.' it notary .'wJTt half D iiour W trains un the otW. Arrive fn. tbc A.uth ..d wt .t 6: ,.. m. I'm in the Kat. n::si j.. m. lima the North. :i.cart'Nr.hi..,dEa.t.6.rJp.m. Tvt.ii:a I', to. Stiutli, '.':1" a. in. J. U. DoyJ, l'oetmntcr. county oKFlcrns. J.in. Wi!!i:im!!. Shcri.T. M. V. H jIiiip-. e'ounty Court Clerk. It. K. l!iiiiie!, Ch;iini:ry Court Clerk. Vin. Mimrc. Circuit Court Clerk. TV. M. II ili'oril. Coroner. J. O. M' Kircn. Trii'tcc. C. It. Alien, Tx Collector. J. A. TV. lle. Comity Surveyor. A . I. Currey. Superintendent lu')lic SchnuW. TV. K. Col, K-vMer. CITY 0KF1CEKS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 April 1874

GENERAL IJREVITIES. "Woven," fays Howard Glyiirlon.4bave grand ideas, rafnest intentions, and very noble aims. One means to lie an author, anolli. t is in love with sdi-noe, anotlier has taken ujon herself to prove that wo men are meant to reform f tolitiral wience They pro at work F.lemlidly. What dash what enthusiasm ! what terre! I look on admiringly, even thonrh mv admiration is broken in upon by a presjiiefnl irfit when I think bow, in most cases, it is idl poinjr to end. For lark of pluck, of industry, of stability? No. Simply for lack of a ju dicious investment of time ami rtrenpth." I!ev. .T. F. W. Ware, in his lectures on ''The Conduct of Life," Fcakinr of mar riage, said : "A ouiij iiit;;i in making his choice fhouM seek a woman lovable for all things, and not a woman to le a figure head for an estiblishment. YounRinen often make it an excuse for not marrying that they cannot bear the exM-nse,anfthis matter of extravapinee is n-sponsible for the modern institution of bache...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 April 1874

SCRSUM CORDA. "For the fashion of this world paaseth away." Fold it op, and lay K away. That silken krrchx-f of mj irleamj Ton tbourht It would heighten your charm for him. And bring to bia nolle a softer beam; But smiles, like kisses, oft betray; Fold it up, Maiden, and lay It away t - Fold It op. and lay It away. The delicate veil with ita orange bloom; Krvw-a and iliies shall fade In the gloom Of the future, that waita with it silent tomb; Kvt-Drint of care will mark the way I Fold it up, Bride, and lay it awayl Fold it op, and lay it away. The itoidea curl by the baby worn. Too soon be will reach his manhood's morn. ad a newer love than thine be born. To sun itself In the shining ray; Fold it up. Mother, and lay it away! Fold it np, and lay it away. The love that has blest some exnisite hours; Thorns there were many, fewer the flowers, Yet perfumed and glowing as summer shower As ready with gladnexs and sorrow as they. Fold it up, Heart, and lay it awayl Fold it up, and lay It a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 April 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE. Editor PiMUhfr. ftrBHCKIPTIOX RATHS. Twoiollar ar, one dollar for ii monthi; t fty centi for three month, itaiiilt l ai- YACt. ADYERTIS1XM RATI A. O H H o B" " . rid. 3- g. g : 2 r i ; 5 tne Wwk ! 1 ; 1 TT.j 2 ' 75' 7 W 12 iW Two Werki... 1 Mr 2 75; 8 75; 7 25 11 if. 1" Three We.-k.' 2 "i 3 -ryi 5 9 5 15 ). 24 i One .Month.... I 2 .VI 4 2f II " 1 TV 1 wo Month... 4 ' 1 Is ' Three Month.' . 7.5 12 5u 23 75 37 5 M fr-ii Month 8 14 0" 20 00 i ' ' Nine Mouths- M 2-" 17 75 2S W 4S 75 r W 123 M line lear 12 () 21 Oil SO " 57 Ott Su QU 144 UU DouMe-enlnmn advertiuiet, lUparaeut. ad- Tinn d the above ratea. Triple-column advertisement. 20 per ent. ad- Advertisement to oecnpy epeeial position, 10 ,trent AiK-anf nn the above rated. vaure on the above rate "Loral Siitii-ea." in tho aame type, as loeal reading matter,) 25 per cent, advance vn the a hove rate. OUluarie. Tribute of Retpert (exeept en ai oml officially from charitable ncietil, and reinarkf on tuiirriair...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 April 1874

L MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. ' KlILKUAb TIN E-TABLC LoalKTlIlf and JIfiplBallrl. TRAINS EOL'TII. Tay rnrem, Xithl Lpree, :.t" A. M. lH;2't A. M. 11. J.) r. 4.. 11. oi r. u. TBAIXS XOr.TU. Pa Express. . M. :' A. M. A. W. LUVIXtl. ArenU Kluafatippl Central Rni!rea4. XOP.TII. Isy Express, X Jffht UiiTd.-S, Vy Exr-res. 8 '0 a. SOUTH. 4;2T A. M, lf':. F. II :."oA. b:-) r. MS A.M. li:m r. a. P. II. HAW kS. Airent- Trains on either mad. if neceiwary, wait half aa hour tor train! on otuar. Arrival ami Drpartnrt of tha Xaila. Arrive from the foutb r.d West t 6:V p. m. From the East, 13:30 p. in. From the North, a. 111. Depart North and Ea.t.6:Cp. m. Vert. 11:30 r. in. South. St.lj a. m. J. O. li"j'J. Postmaster. COUNTY OFFICERS. Juno. William. ShrrifT. M. C. H.. lines. County Court Clerk. R. E. Puiinc. Chau cry Court Clerk. ' Win. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. W. M. JLilforJ, Coroner. J. li. Mi'Eaen, Trustee. C. It. Allen, Tax Colic-tor. J. A. W. lira, County Surveyor. A. S. Carrey, Sup...

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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. — 23 April 1874

GENERAL BREYITIES. 1 ue Clilftijro Tribune wvg Uiat larg-e quantities of macaroni anil vermimlli sr made in that city and sold as imported ar- Cjuxamex are employed in California as draught animals. Two" Ciiinamcn are har- Hcsm'U to a wootlon-toothpd mtp. wliir-li thus answers in lieu of a harrow where, the ground is too wet to use the latter. Over a thousand acres have !een treated in this manner m Contra Costa county. If you wish to drown yourself, kick anil splash about as violently as you can, and you will soon jro to the bottom. But if you rcmemtier' that you are lighter than water, and if you eilmlv and steadily re frain from drawing your breath while un der water, keep your head raised, and your arms under, you win soon jearn to noat ana swim like a duck. Miss Maggie E. Edki.vgtox, of Lex injrton, iy., Has cast a rosy nue over a breach-of-promise case which she bad in stituted arainst Mr. George Lewis, of Monroe, Mich., by summarily inarrvinjj nun. uroken Hearts " ana a " bli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 April 1874

COXSTANCr. BY KDQAB FAWCKTT. Tt o'er the ded-bliu-k rret Of the bar bill, one ilw hti rest. And gp&rkles La the bollow yeliow west. AlmoDt the nlisft b come Sxinc swwp iT reedy marsh lie dumb Ik-low the guli'i Dig Ut ana the gny gnat'i bum. She fttMide Mralnrt the Bern, Walrhes the night about to b, Wtch- the breakers break, and form, and flee. "Olove! where'er vou bide, I know, with huppy, thankful pride, ou yearn to linger at my ioviug aide. "Yon yearn to aee my face. In whatsoever stranee, fair place. You dwell, and ird rue with your glad cm brace." So, hound with love'i dear bond, She mak- ber murmur proud and fond To rum that tame league and lt-aguea be yond. And he, in far, warm land, v...,- .,.. .1.. 1.. Iri9ontn)r with his own, two, slim, brown 1AU US. " GEORGE'S DONATION PIETY. BY HOSE TKRRY COOKE. Taiison Wii.iiru's ol.l house in Noppit was lighted up unusually; you lianlly ever saw signs of life there except in the hack windows, where kitchen ami ' keei- m' room" were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 April 1874

J 3 r vl MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.trADE,Edltr 4 Pwbllebrr. SriJM RIPTSOX RATES. Two dollar year: one dollar for six monthn; fifty iDti for three mouth., iihjablt x i . ADTF.RTIKIXU RATES. S ? E? S waci. S- g. g : i S : One Week 1 Oil! 1 7f 2 .'-0 4 V 7 SO; 12 1 Two Weekt.J 1 .Vi! 2 T.r: 3 75 7 2" 11 2", 1 Ilirw Weeks.' 2 il 3 W fi '! 9 !Vi l." i; 24 Oh Month....! 2 M 4 .Vi; fi 2 12 m I : :i Two Month ..I 4 !: 7 ) 10 m 1 l :) Cm 4 J Three Month.' 5 ' 7 12 50 23 7". 37 Shi M oo i Months ... I 14 2n no M (V) 10 p-', Ml Nine Monthi.. 10 2r 17 7S 2r . 4H 7r. 7; 0 12.! HO One Year 12 00 21 00 30 Ol J7 00 VJ 00 144 00 Double-column advertisement. 10 per cent, ad vance on the above rates. Triple-column advertisement., 30 per cent. ad Tan rc on the above ratea. Advertisements to occupy special position, 10 per pent, advance on the ove rates. "Local Noticed," in the fame type a local reading matter,) 25er cent, advance on the above rate. Obituaries, Tributes of Respect (except such eome officiall...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 April 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. KAILKO.tD TIM ""-TABLE. Loularillc and Meniphla Ballroad. TRAINS SOUTH. Put F.I! rf". N i-ht tij-rc-s. . M . lit; In . m . ll.j p. H. li ;.J r. M. TRAIN'S NORTH. 1)ht Eipiw, Nib: fctprens. IMS. . 8 .-?.. li: t-"i P. w. fi:.'m r. m. . . LoVlM. Aeenu , rofraeteI Xeetlng-. Our Baptist brethren are holding a protracted meeting in this city, with fair prospects of doing much good. Bev. G. W. Griffin, of Browns villa, is preaching a series of powerful and instructive sermons. All jx rsons who have borrowed Inwiks from me will please return them immediately. C-lra Henet L. Dickinson. Kluiosippi (enlral Railroad. NORTH. I'a-"xpr '. o.-tiDit.a. S:"fl . m. IN itfiit Exrv?p, C:UUr. M. f:2)r. u. FOCTH. Pay Err', !:'". m. Niclil Exires !: p. . 1 i : i i t-. V. H. 11 AW'kS. t. Ira n on rit'jo-road, il' iio-caMiry, wait bait au Lour lor trains nn the olhar. Arrival an-1 Donitrlnre of he Hallo. Arrive from the S.iuJ'j and Wet at fi:4o p. m. r":n the Last. 1I:"0 i F...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 April 1874

GENERAL BRETIiTES. A ciRcvs elephant took cold at Cincin nati, th. other day, and the doctor pre Bcribed two gallons of whisky. ti ,.Ir- f?REK' EV did not invent the phrase (jo et," as is peuenillv suioed. The original of the remark was when Kuth FHid (many year li. C.) : " Where thou go est 1 will go." Titehk wan a young wife at Chicago W ho to (ret divorce lil to law pn. Anil nit lulled sweet u Uony Aa ahe aaked lor alimony, Thin bandmme amuta widow of Chicago. .E.KRAL S. It. Hazeltixe, a pcntle man eighty-tliree yearn old. was elected town clerk of lieikslield, Vt., this year, for the fifty-fourth time; iu the town meeting that elected him, by a unanimous vote, there was not a xtsoii who was present when he was tirst chosen. Ax old chap dying in Ik-Iaware the oth er day Mid: '"lon't write any poetry about me, and don't fool around about a monument." On a par with him was the facetious Scot, who, when asked how he wanted his funeral arranged, replied : " I want them a' to dance th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 May 1874

GOJXQ TO SPELLINQ-SCHOOL. T HAWX r. TATLOm. The brawl ol a nilvrry noon t And the world lies under the moon, I'nder the moon and the now; The moon come out froin nn'ler clouj And Rhinea on the world below. The now, cold, white a a tinea shroud, I'M on hut an hour afro, la a petrly weh with a ailrer thread. Uobc for a briilal and not for the dead. The river la ailent aa llg-ht. The road ia a rihhon ol white, IMihon ol i!k Irom Japan It Ixirdi i rich w 1 1 It a Htm and shine, Betray where the Hleifrh-!ho)- ran, That Ir.in the Mi"W to a lahric fine, Klp.-d like a laly's Ian Ah. lh nipht ia lair ax a marhle jrirl, Jtmty wilh etara and the mother of erl. The sehool-honae ia r d and aloof, Ard rolla from Ita mosar old roof Column of jrlnriri.-d ir'loom, Aa if there pre from the chimney rude A amke-tree rlal in ila I. loom, A nhfenix fiirof the lunnlni wood, Just apruncr from the aimi'iier room, Wi-h thwt only trace of an earthly taint, 1'ictureaa white aa the aoul of aaatot ! A twarjrinjr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 May 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, Editor m4 PablUfcrr. wrnsritirTiov ratki. Twodollan year: one .loll or for nil month: "rnU for three, taoutui. istakiahlt is u- ADVFRTIMXf. HATtH C W H i " o 3 3 ? - 5- " S net. n Wwk I 1 1 TV 2 VI. 4 75 7 fl". 12 Two 1 . 2 TV 3 7i 7 SS 11 r., IS ll Thw W e.-ks.' 2 fi S V S ii 9 Si) IS tup 24 i) t)n Month....) 2 5" 4 ."( 6 2" 12 fi 1H 7-V 00 Two .VfonthJ 4 ' 7 ' lo IS m :) m 4H no Three Months! S u 8 7" 12 VI Z 7) 37 M no ( Pil Xontlt...' fm 14 i 20 (' .'IK ll fin tfi i Nine .!.ths in 17 7.'. IS .M 4S 7" 77 () 121 00 Dne Year 12 (H 21 (W Si no .7 ( 90 00 144 00 Iiouole-eolumn advertisement?, 10 per cent, ad- Tinrt on the aliove rate. Triple-column adicrtinements, 20 per cent, ad vance on tne anove ra.oa. Advertisement, to occupy tpcci.il position, 10 per font, advance on the a'love rate. 'Local Not iff," ' i n the Kniue type a local reading matter,) Z'j per eeut. adtancc. on the above rate. Ofjituario, Tribute of Rc.pc-t (eerpt nich a eome officially from...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 May 1874

i 1 j"rfj!rrirrT'riTrrrffi"' 'rn mi'im i hiiim MILAN EXCHANGE County Directory. J RAILROAD TIMMABLL. Loulatlllr and linjItl-llroad. . trains norm. akmvf.h. mtim P: . K. In-lit A. m . , J:2." r. m. r. w. j Isv Ljpre". Night Kiinrs. " TRAINS NORTH. 1T Evprw, MS . TA 4. U. Nislit tiprct, f, ii r. w. -CAir. i. A. V.'. LUVINu', Aeut. SPARKS. Hrul fitorni last Suudav. - Spring chickens in market . .. The circus, after staying five dap, left last Monday. Train? are uow running regularly on Uth our roads. If you want to live in a "pushing town," come to Milan. Water reddens the rose; whisky the nose; and tight books the toes. Trains run taroujrh on the M. & L. Mary'a Little Unb." An amusing and rather dangerous episode occurred at Miss- Coulter's j school, at Chapel Hill, the other day DISTRICT fOXVEMIOX. MARKET REPORTS. MiM!Klptl (Vntral Bailrad. NORTH. Nifht hiprc-, ti-.Mr.u. 6: )r.x. SOl'TH. I'ay !prr-i. !':?7 A. if. !:tii.. Nirhl l.xpie-f, w. II:. mp. u T. II. ii AWkS. Ar-nt. Tnint ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 May 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Chicaoo lias a fi-inalo sexton, and tiny cliarjp? Ikt villi retaining all the bot praves for younjr men. The A'autu-al Gazette thinks that tllP r-i)rt.s w liich have ntvntlv appeared that the florins on the Atlantic have of late years increased in frequency and violence are iioii--ii. It says the modern steam ers are constructed on such wretched mod els that they are unfit for rnnjrh weather. The old proportions of beam and depth to length are now disregarded, and the modern steamers, like velocipedes, must le kept roiu at a liirli rate of or po down. "The gtrenrth of the. American repub lic," say9 a w l iter, " is in the universal de-f-ire to own a house. It is molding all the lH-ojile, native and foreign born, into one iioinogeneous mas. The ownership of a home is something of which neither the IrNh M-astut nor the IrtTtnaii lattorer has, in his own country, any conception ; but it is here the goal wfhis"ho's and desires. Kducalion conies next ; it is a somethin...

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