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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 July 1875

APOTHEGMS. Prom the rrian of Saadl. BY JOEL BEWTOJf. Thonrh in on bd ten DerrUh have lain, Where U the land in which two king! can reign? The traitor itrram a bodkin turn away fchall hold, at length, the elephant at bay. Impartially benignant fs"l the rsln. Which pivpn an equal otiri-m to all the pis In; Tulip il brinira UKn the franl-n row. And brilliant weed w here tvlipa may not grow. With the pinn rirhea will not May, from hi hand tlier awiftlj- flow away; Patience to the lover none can (rive . Sor can you heap up water in a aieve. Karoon had forty rhnmliern full of rold, And died and nothing more of him in told; Kilt onto XowKhirvan death never eame Hm treasure standi in an immortal name. Oppreaa not thou man's burdened heart. From tyranny and wrong deuirt; A inple aijrh sn ilwp mav burn That it the world shall overturn. How different id hi lot. In truth. Who hold the loved one of hi youth hafe in hi arm, hi Joy aeeure, (N'odout.t or longinr to endure) From hi who, h.i(Tlvl l.r...

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. — 15 July 1875

n turin MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.WAIr.,Mitor Pablinlirr. . fet'KM-KIITIOX ItATK-V Two dollar year; ore dollar for six months: fifty ccuu for three months, invariably in ai- ADVF.KTIMSU RAT I J. 2 I M I 1 ' 5 I 2 1 i ; t s g ! 2 ) 2 a EPACt. I I ! Week 1 () 1 7- 2 ' 4 7'. 7 So 12 Oit Two Week-..-! 1 fit 2 TV 3 ',: 7 211 ? IS W Three UVkf.l 2 Ui 3 5 5 an f .r4i It t 24 ' "ite Month....t 2 St' 4 fi U 12 ' Is ... ' Two Month-- 4 J 7 K 1 i Three M..ths !k ft. S 7' 12 .'' 2 7) :7 P '.' f-ii .Month. K ' 14 ' J) J) '"y " hine Month- 10 17 7.. . f; ; " - (ina Ver 12 W flW :i"Li'7.' 1 - taiuhte-eoliinin advertise uri,U, If rcr cctt. ad vnnre on the above into. .,, i Triple-column advorti-emeul?, T rcr ccr.t. ad- vani-o on tne aoo-. e rim-.. aHrertixeinentj to oeuUpyfT eeinT position, :0 per rent, aavan-c on i -ic . -.. . Local Notices." jo the s.nuc type a' local r.., iinnNn tne al.ove i ales. reading matter.) -i per cui. "" v OmWicO routes of Respect foxrr? -h ome oibcially In-. fk.riui, -u'l, an...

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. — 15 July 1875

Milan exchange. County Directory. RAILROAD TIHE-tABLEj ionUrllleand 51 rmphlt Call road IhAlXS EOCTIL i . AHIttVM. prutus. tay rprr. tlironca, JO::, a. k. In-." a. m. AccouiUduliun, 2:10 A.M. i:30a,a. TRAILS 50P.TQ. ln. , :10P. t. 4:3mw. . Accommodation, 11:13 r. u. HJSr. a. Express, BiSha.m. . ft-. W. t.OYTSa. Agent. EDW. COLEMAN. Ticket Aitcut. itew Orleans, St. Loals and Chicago. soum. Mail; 10:1.1a.. IOa. U. bxprcg, 7:r. a. :4.ir. at. SOUTH. Mail. Express, fWf, k. 4:11 p.m. R :Vi a. m. 8: a. m. T. , MClloLSuX. Aceut. J. n. RF.ET. Ticket Agent. . , Trains on either r.ad. if necesrary, wait hair tn hour f jt trains on the other. Arrival and Departare of the Walls. Arrive from the South !) West at C:V p. m. From the East, 11:30 p. m. From the North, :i a. n. Depart "torth find East, C:4S p. m. AVet. 11 :30 p.m. South, 9:44 a. m. J. O. Boyd. Postmaster. COl'XTY OFFICERS. 3. r. Arnold. Sheriff, ll. C. Holme. County Court Clerk. R. E. Raines. Chancery Curt Clerk. Vdi. Moore. Circuit C...

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. — 15 July 1875

(J EX EKAL' 1JS EYTI1 ES. - Dkposws of silver of 555wd!uary rich-im-m hip said to have l.n discovered on llifle Ilivtr, Michipin. t y The " Three-Score ana-T? a SoJty " or Stowe. Mass., has b" -iinetnbers, over 70 years of age. The Oneida Commuuits Lave gone Into the trout-breedinjr business. Thai's a de cided Improvement. A present of four silver decanter-stands from Garriek to Hannah More soli for $300 in LoLtlon r-oently. , - 1 nE principal journals of Vienna are in the hand of t lie Jews, ho are al-o wedg ing themselves into the press of other European cities. Thfir desire is to run pubic opinion in an.tlicr groove. Ten dollars f.r the worsulo king team, $5 tor the wort-loukiiig person on horse bark, and 50 lor the worst-looking por tion on foot, were the prizi ofl-Ted on the 6th of July to the i anUitics " of l'oris mouth, X. II. In one of the French departments there Is a Sx ietv f-r the I'rouction of Uird UseJul to the Farmer." All nests loun.l are reported to the society and...

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. — 22 July 1875

i. Ioto th irardea I walked; ne'er Ind I Men br be fore. Under a budiinir while row vbeatood In the iliad of the inor. ..- Quiet and pale waa her face, bm maidenly torigbt were lr eve. Fair aa the new-burn moon wben tow in the eaat- erly ckiee. -- There aa'I stood by er aid mjr eplrtt p-ew happy and free; Would I bud MM what I thought, that none would I marry but theel The far-off belU were lolling, for twaa aome one's funeral-dar, , And in the mwlow cloie bj the mowers were mowing the hay. H. Into the garden I walked; but oooe had I teen her hefrn-e Vacant and itill wa the home, wide open waa tandinr the door. Then ihm and littening I went np tolheeurtain- W- bed. Where the lay ehronded In white, all WinUrly, lonely, and dead : There waa a look on her face, at U she'd been thinking at me. "Dear Mart-aret." then whinnered I, "none will I marry but thee!" And the far-off tx-lla were ringing, for twaa aome one' wedding- day. And In the meadowa close by the mowers were mowing the bay. ...

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. — 22 July 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE. A. TfrADE, PblKhr. . tl BMKlPTlOX KIT IX. Two dollar rer: dollar for ix month r: i,y cent for tore B-ootb?, I varUBlt IS ad- ADVEUTIMXW KATI.S. Ms u S3 t S r I a 1 f (T e ! . 5 r: 'fine 'eek Two Awk... .Tore Week? . .tn Month .Two Month? -Three Months mx Month ... Kine Monttu wua Year 1 i 1 7;. 2 M 4 75 1 ' 2 75' S 75 7 2S 2 l 3 Mj S (O 9 ."ill 2 M' 4 50, 6 i" K 4 W 7 ("HO f 1I OA 5 00 7 12 .V) 2. 7S 00 14 ff 00 i 10 25 17 7S 25 ."m.4S 7S 12 00 3 (W 3D 0" .i7 00 12 Ui 18 tJ A .til (HI 4K XI 1 t'j) in 11 2'. 11 n 3 On !C Sit nil 00 77 l 13 90 00 144 W l)ouble-olnni advertisements. lrereent. ad vance on the above rates. Triple-column dvertiwmcnti', 20 per cent, ad vance on the bo"ve rutom. Advertinemertft to copy leial petition, HI percent. advance on the bva mu. Locj.1 Xnticwe." rm the same type M local readimr matter,) 25 per cent, advinee on the Sove rate. . "Obituarie.. 1 ribntet of Rwpeet (ejecpt ucb a come officially from charitable societies), and remark! on uar...

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. — 22 July 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE.; -s-r-z7 :zi?'-:; ' j County Directory. Ktll.ttlstr) nitt-TABJK. Laalavill ftW Araipkh Rntlrvnd. twixs soi in. . j , (lay Tpre.. through. Vt-.Z' . . fti" . . Aco rur.odaii , 1.1 a.. SUa. x. 1P.AIXR XeKlH. , (J. Mail. J Um. 4:lflr.'. A' i-.io:noJ;;:ion, iLKr. . ll-Hr. v. Klrf-. S:. . ii. A. W. LOVIXU. Agent. WW. Ct;l.t X,Ti:Vet Accnt. Kt Orleaaa, ,?. lai lUMl hlrag;o. Mali. 1 . . 10:10. Lipicsf, . 7: vr. . 7:45 r.M. , ' ' KOUll!. ' ' '- .Mail, 4:'1p. II. 4:T.r. L.vresa, ,. f:U. . ! i" . v. T. NI li'l.", Agfiit. ; J. !1. RSF.I.H.-k-t Afunt 1 rains citbei ixn J. ii nw.-wary, wait half an hour for train ju liic other. Arrival unit Itrpurlurr f Hie Mail. Arrive friiu the r":.utli and West at C:ff. p. m. I'm in tlie East. 11:.TI i. u. From the Xorth. M'.a. m. Depart Xorth anl K.Vt.C:45p. tu. WW,1M l. ai. Suth. i:4.' a. m. . - . J. !. lV'J'!, Po-linneter. "V corxTY KHcr.a. J. P.. Arnold. Sheriff. M. Holme, t'ouutj Court Clerk. IT. K. Raines. Clii.ni-.-ryr.nirt Clerk. ' Wm. ...

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. — 22 July 1875

GOERAL BREVITIES. - .- Th cigar shop of the Connecticut State Piiaon ha turned out half a mil lion cigar Mrtoe last October. They sell at $15 to $16 jer thousand. I an "international match,nJa$ttefore ourWm mrchtd Ireland the English biat the Iruh and the bootch beat the EnplUh. " Little drops of mite r." A lady tn EtijrlaNd l as incorporate! in btr will a rovi-ion for an annual income of about $11,500 lor the reduction ot the English debt. ' - Lately they had trem n.loui thnndor- storma in France, and it was notic A tnatl wie wild animals on exhibition were un commonly intractable and dangerous. i The appointment of physician to the haretn of tht- Sultan of Turkty ha been given to Ma.lu Bn-a, who, in the first we- k in June, rend a thesis tx-tore the Pans tacHl'y of medicine and obtained a doctor' d'j;ree. Wnas a lYruviao editor writes a rrrfTh fut little paragraph about oneof the Peru-' vian put men, the aiithorirles capture him, and mane hitn swallow Ute paper in which lb paragra...

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. — 29 July 1875

Mr ANGEL,, . , : ' r- : r ' bt uar hcktojqtov Knxrx, Slowly the oliit It fallinr , railing- down from the hill, And all in the low frrrrn Tallrr The drw Iim beT and chill; . J" The cririet erjr in the hed(r, ' i " ' And the bnU are rlrciing low, " " And like icboaU through the bkwataumf a-nnlra The f limmerinf nlght-mothr go. Band In hand thmnirh the twilight Come the children every one, FlnAhed with ttir eairer frolic. Tawny with wind and sua : Enroe from the nunnr eplamla T ) Where Uw aweet wild b rrWsa grow. Cnrne from the Untried thicker Where the nut are ripening alow. They mock at the owl'a weird langhter . - And the cricket' loneonme cry. j At the tardy awallnwa flylne- . Late Uirouph the darkening iky; And ailently a-lidiug aftr, T roufrti he du-k of the ahadowy street, Cornea their little anrel aintcr, btar white from her head to her feet Kerer croMint-the threshold, Come they earlT or late; Wi th her mptr banda on her boaom, 6h aupa at the n tt-Ajrr (rate. I atretrh ont my...

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. — 29 July 1875

MTMifiii.miitfciwrmir.i MILAN EXCHANGE. W.JLADr,MUr aa.4 ral !!-. Tefewolla fw an dollar for ait month afty u lot tluwe Bwataa, iatamailt ik b . AbTl BTiniMU RATrjU s c 8 r t4Ct aa TTaek farae W . "eVfiS aa MetS..J T Me .. far. aWV .i NUi... e W ll.f IT " v i-.i i n H ft on IV itf S. P i V IM Vl.Ml.aa. io : v? t r, n rr w III 4 ! OCT:: bWVm ....... U V ix.'.!,,", v'.vw i; .4 on lvW ewWwIr ?w-;i!Tr!-. W rrai. a4-aaviVaAeJ.-Tt rale. ' Tf4-c'k miSt ;aeat, JO Bar rtjt. a rwaeaea. ike ' ' f AJwwwu-pe.rr jT'kJ rW.iet. .0 m ml .4'wner ew t't fW. wi ? jT,-. u it t i r rewi OWiaarte. Tr!rar.f Ts ert ea. esaeiai I y troo'. e 1. ; ' tat tvm i La rr,arr e- nvtiWN, vn lf t raawtar " Loaal Notii" rtr-, tiMpi aaaaane- mh rf aiamaawaaad 4af h l wt.t r"at. Ail ttwwaww t lTwetiwe.r aat to pU fee In 4vw. I ewrtj aacemreateaU, a.warterly ia Mnuin. - . THURSDAY. JULY 29. l.75. How is it tfcftl t&e MempljU An- land1, Vch dmoumwl "Ui Gilwon evmntT irnchm oniMmtuftr. new sJtMa U city pSWfn iToaj!i la d...

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. — 29 July 1875

illLAN EX-CHANGE. County Directory, U A 1 LKt A D Tl BaVTAifel.E' ' J , w... -.,. HRfUTM. rr.tT. fay Elluf. 'hrou-u, i'V A- 1"' A, . AnKAUlVl fill UjB. . 2 a. z.t) a. a. , Pi ui mott&uan. Il:lur. r 11:11 r. . iXp! Sow rloVarVaLlA f fftif' . Hart..--, - - lAjrVlT.'Tjil"!'.' xprcsi, . -7:3Mr. 7.4.r.'ll.' v , . SOftTl! t:u t. . 's- A. U. Agent. .t. I!. REEL. Ti. AjaJ. .Train, on eilher. U,JLiW'-"J, wart half tn boar fu train en ii..tn: . , Airirfrc'm tneftxaVa WW HCm:.' from t'l:V rirt'riA P. - Front the North. . . - ' . . 5. a. South. 9;43 a. at. J. ii. Boyd. rrr'rtm'asterV cocxty officer i. B. Arnold. Sberin1; , 11. C. Holmes. County ConrtC.erg R. E. Raines. Ln.aucary Conrt cirt; W in. Moore, Circuit Cd'art t'terf.' 3oa. W'iliu'i'jCcrobtrV.: r. t . v. ing, J ruir Jo-.ah C,, Cousyr. . . A. P.Citrry;.Kciriii;CDiU.Tt FAlie School.-. W. R. Coal fcegjs"t5f." ; , : Cfff " A i Jordan. Mayor inij;(Tcer: J. L! Williamson. Cty.AjYurnpy. J. 1.. McDonald. Citjl- jTu6ai." . urn:,,., .k. h. wi...

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. — 29 July 1875

, QOOLAL BEETITIES. Tbi people of Munich average fire quant ot be-r per day, . , Tkxberloi! t-k can be bought in torn? part of Texas for five cents per posud. LctaBBDotl dropped on a lamp of sunr I now spoken f m a remedy for con- A arr of chime. ronaiHr,r r.r bn hn Is being pit up In St. Pe-ts-r's charca, Au burn, N. at aco-t of $5,000. i bas r KA5Cisco hag a pedestrian club, the ro nibure of which reo-nily walked to ban Joe, a dUtanc ol 60 mile. Two did the tw-k within 13 boom, and the rect were H to 20 hoars abont it. Lord Wsltm Caktbkll, now a mern her of the London Stock Exchange, s-rvitl a a clerk in a Beaver Strwt broker's of fice, in NVw York tJitv. On Sundays he used to bit in Mr. Henry V. Bo wen's pew in Plymouth Church. Keax Creetoo, Iowa, recently, a mur derer, Mng pursued and .nrroundcd by borM-m'tn. coolly drew a razor from LI pockeu. and remarking. " I suppose you think yoa'Te got me now," cut his throat from ear to ear. . Fob th past year tb Ran Francisco mint ha coi...

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. — 5 August 1875

CHARMS. ET'C-lilL tt'SNCEB. I know a word of power to mitte The armlet of embattled wronr; I.Ike rtn ren learea ?o down the rtronf , Before Uie matchlcM iuuuc of Ritftit. I know a word wherewith to opa -All rion-dmrn in any Irdo: A iwell that f reeUi heart and hand It U tite bleaaed oame of Hope. And one that. Mid aliore the dent. Can wake the beautv sleeping llure; Ti that wherefcy the earth ia fair The Jowly, tender name of Trust. And one there la can lighten bell, Jt Ik the learet name above: All power la in the name of Kore, Her watchmen answer, All ii Weill Who knnweth the He ahull work bin will. Tin he thnll hind the epoiler Fate; For him doth ann-op derret wait And Uloomi the UidTcn heart of ill. JIv aoiil hath (riven all to bo v. for tiiew ahe connti'th loss "but rain ; With these bc ahall oqtwary pain, And Bhall outwaU-b eternity. And liirhllv ehall he ennqaer Death; He flees fiefore the immortiil race, With men a rlun in tlie f ana. And eucb a rapture on the breath. Christ...

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. — 5 August 1875

I I i r . . . .. - . ' . :-.. MILAN EXCHANGE V.JuVADE, Editor bimI Pablitth!-. RVBSCRIPTIOX RATI.H. . wo dollar a Tear: nn dollar fr.r mvntk 'fty ccnu for three mouths, invariably 11 ad- 74KCK. . . ADYERTISISU KATK4. l-- : l...! l so; 2 s f.v t ss ii r' is . rVrcks.l 2 ' 3 rt 5 il 9 ,V 15 ) it I . .' ... .. ........... n.. i . . I One T t-e4s no n i'i ThrerW One Month. !i 2 so 4 si fi a-. 12 ii is 7.". a m !!! 5r!i2!nTs $ 2! Ki: ,52 i , r S K S! iS ne Year 12 W 21 0" ! i (,57 Ot: 'i (M 144 (r! Dnoliln-rolnmn flvertiemen -J, I rrcni. a . vnnre nn Uie Uve ratc . 1 riple-olun n jKivcrtiMTien!, 2Z pet Pt. ad van oo the iihove ntto. AdveHinjeiiti to ox ni.y fpcriiil ponion, 10 . . . An r! kili rnt'a "Lnf-al Not;rw." the mm! typt- 11 i rnulinir mttr.) 25 per cent, advance on the si'bore rat-. . , r bituaru . 1 rihutr cf Kfpe't (exn'pt u-h flj " come cilTu-iiilly frntn rharitalilr nfii-tient. anil mmnrka nn marriage. nc-half -t mra'ir "J,IK.K1 Tv'otii-c ' raif.. Simple anr. TOmUnf marriair...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 August 1875

MlLTAN EXCH ANGE. . County Directory. RAILKOAI) TTIE-TARLC. (-aSailll i4 JKrinptrl Railromf,' TRAINS SOUTH. Ijr Expr. through, A coo m ai oUat i iq. AUKIVr. A. M. i:Li A. M. pfpabt. IO;' a. m. A. . . TRAINS KORTII. Mail. :10p. , (:311m. Aceninuiodaticr., ll.lur. . ll-lir. a. Lxpiw, a. . A. W. I Mi, Azcut. , COLEMAN, Ticket Atrerrt Krw Orlena, sL Unit nnd ( tilrSK- 60 1' TH. . Mail. . . JH:i:. a. v. ll:) A.' si. wiprefs. 7: toi-. n. 7:43 r. a.' NORTH. Mail. 4:H0 p. m. 4:(Sr. m. Rlpre, :.'! a.m. 8:wa,.m.' T. ;. T Il'lloLSuX, Au.l. J. I! IirKTt Ti.-k.-J A.-. -t .1 minp on citVr r a. I. if n-f-cary, wait bat n It (Mir l'- train on the otuer. Arritnl n.I ttrpnrtrtre of Ih Mai In." Arrive fro-m the fon.i. i.nd Wert nt S:t" p. m. from the Eaft, Ur.TO p. m. From Cib N'urfh, :" a. in. J K part Nor:handEt,6:15p. m. Y.'ent. 11:30 . in. South, 9:45 a. m. J. ?. lioy!. i'oi'tii.iiitT.' fOUXTV OFM'.'EES. -t. R. Arnold. Sheriff. M. O. Il.lme, Cunty Court Clerk. tl. E. l!niuc Chancery Court Clerk. W...

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. — 5 August 1875

GOERAL BREVITIES. J Tns misery felt by the child who couldn't HO to lh i icn'n. U noUiino- to :hat of the one who Las tx en ta It. Thx American steamship Company of PhiUuh'lphia will carry peaches to Europe this season ia refrigerators. Thk city of Richmond ha been Indicted for allowing the refuse of the gas works to pass into the James Kiver. A Rhode Island man has invented a new lawn frame. Thirteen pirls kis a man tuirUu times each during tlie play. " Six f-et In his storking, exclaimed Mrs. Partington. Why, Ike has only two in hift, and I can never keep 'em darned at that T' A California paper says : "The milk men of Nm Francisco have formed a mu tual aiJ association. One holds the can wniie another pumps." 1 1 norm Island has really found some potato-bugs within her borders, and wants half a barrel of I'aris green with which to sprinkle the State. Twentt-nixe trade-marks have already been secured in the raUnt-Offioe fur the word Centennial," as applied to various articles of ma...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 August 1875

ARIZONA PLAINS. bt joaqui kiixsb. Thou whit and dried-op Mat aooldl J "wi with wealth, ao aown with mldl ea, thna art old and hoaiy white With tinxi, and rota of all thlara; And on thr totieaome border nifrht feita brooding e'er wit drooping wing. The wind that fawned thr wavaa and btew AeroM thr biwaM Ute bktwinr aaiT, A ad r hwmi u bearta of shM-rlo- crew rom farther tea, no more prerail. Thy white-walll citiei all lk proca. . WiO, bnt a pyramid, a Kw Pjt brad and font to aamls to tell Tbe tired itranger wherejhej fell. The patient ox that bended low Hia rrk and drew alow op and down xor nvtuaand riirhta thmni wwV viu I Bow Ute free-bora buffalo. Kokmpr of the timid fold. The mountain cheep leaps free and bold Hia hirh-hnilt aummlt and kmka dowa From battlement of buried town. Thine ancient ateerie know not the rein, " neT lord the land, ther come, ther ro At will - they lauph at nan, ther blow A cloud of black ateeda on the plain. Thy monument! lie bnried now, The aebee whiten on...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 August 1875

M MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WIDE, Editor aa rafclUber. JlfcCKirTION BATHS. ' Two dollar rear: one dollar for ix-raoyio; fifty rfnti for three cint;-a, ikc iuab..y i. ak- AD1EKT1MSU KATES. Oneek Two eck... Three Weeks. 1 li 1 7" 2 .ri 4 7" 7 '' li li 1 fin 2 TV S 7"i 7 CI II ti' If u 2 3 ,Vf 5 m 9 ' 15 Hit 21 't 2 fin flu 6 i k! l M ;... One Month. rwoiimitbr-i 4 "' l' " v m ?n w 4 m Throe Month 5 75 12 .HI IT. 71 Si ') fi mi Six Mutith...' i H '' "i :s "' " "" u'' 1,1 Sine Months. 10 ' 17 75 25 fin 4S 7;". 77 on lit m ne Veiir . 12 UU 21 Ol : mi o7 w i)U Ul) 144 0 jjoublc-eoliim.il adverticraent. 10 percent, ad ' vance on the above rates. "Triple-column advert iw-uienU, 2n per rent. ad vance on the above rates. Adverti-cmeiit to iktuw crc-iai position, 10 per cent. aduoc mi ti e rl.ove rales. Lor.nl Notice.-' On ;ho fame tyic a? loc-il reading- li.atter,) 23 pir cent. advance on the ' bIhivc rale. Obituaries, tributes of F.e. pect (cicept puch at conie ollicially froia rhuriUible ." iet...

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. — 12 August 1875

MILAN EXGANGE. County Directory. niII.KO.in TIE-TARIE.' TRAINS SOITII. mtaivry nVcAfT-. f.iy F.xpre. through, K l"i a. J: li:". a. h. Accommodation. 2:15 a.m. t:.) a. . TBAIT Tl.'f Til. Mail. 4:10 r. . 4 rv.r. . Acrvremodation,- 11:10 r. . 11 :15 r. M. fcxprcM, t:.iut. , . . .w A. W. I.OVINO, Agent. DT. CCT.EM AX. Ticket Aei. if w Orleans, KU !.! and Cniriia;. SOUTH. Mail. ireft. Mail. Expre,- 10:15 A. . 10:W . . ::r. M. 7:lr.'.. SOUTH. . 4:lr. w. r. t. , . . i-f-,TI. K. T. (5. M( IlnLSON. Arent. J. H. EKET. Ti'-krt Areut. . Train on eithiw r ad. if nerearjr, wait half an boar ( traiua uu the other. Arrival a4 Drpartar r tne Mail. . Arrive from the ftmth and Wert at 6:45 p. to. From the Eaet, ll:9u p. m. I'rotn the Xurtb, Hit. m. Itepart Sorth and Eart, 6:4 p. tn. Vert. 11:30 p.m. South, 9:45 a. m. J.'ti. Curd, Foelmaoter. I'ttTTY "FFICERS. J. B. Arnold. SheriS. M. C. Holme. County Court Clerk. It. K. Kainoe. ChaoTry 0.nrt Cleft. "Vni. MiKire. Cirruit Court Clerk. Jons. William. Cor...

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. — 12 August 1875

t GEXEBAL BEEYITIES. A Paribta clrpfcant has been tauzhtto toy "pat" quite plainly. . The Sultan has 800 wivp, and deTOtes to hie own and their tine 2.000,000 out of the ,000,000 that constitutes the whole income of the Turkish Empire. A tarty of go hunters, Just returned from an interview with the troops at the lilack Hills, report that they went In min ers, but cause out mlnu. Thk estate of the late ltrprwwntatlre liooptr, oi Boston, amounts to fl.W4.B8S, of which f l.m .833 la in personal proper ty, and fl7U50 in real estate. William: Int.raham chose a sapllngr In bavoy. Mj-.ss, from which to ban bim sejr; and it twrit with bis weight so that (IIS lOPS t TH i 1 f 1 An ttiA mvtnnil AAmnullintt tilm to etr&nele himelf to death by lean- Ins 1 -- , r . . "ivny in me noose. IT la noticed, but not rr.lttlnatl. that the party who manipulates the 44 boss fld- lla" 1 I I. I lt.l 1.-1.1 treaded ; and that if the bl? drum In a band Is a very bijj drum, it Is always pounded by a short fa...

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