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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1875

AUTUMN. Ml Oip (rolrlon pleam of n autumn day, V ith tlie soft rain rainimras if in play; Anil a tender tourh unon every tlunir. As if autumn reim-aiU-retl tlic'daj s of spring. In the batoning wnotc tliorc is ml a breath To filiate their iruM to tde r ard lene:it i; Anil a piow a f unnliinc UHn thrra lien, TliouU Uie gun was lnU in Uie tutnlowrU tkies. The eorU'n rlear crow from the bnmv:irl comes, The mu!!lei hell from Uw liclfry Ikmhiis, Ami fniut and dim, nri'1 from far awjiv, Coiue Hie voice ol cliilirun in happy i'lsy. O'er tliemir.tain the 'white rnin draws it? veil, And tlie tilm-k rooks cnwmj: aToes V.iein sail. While nearer the swooping pwa!!ow skim O'tr the steel-gray river's tre'lcd brim. No sorrow npoa tue Lin'1pe weitchi. No irrir-f f i,r tfie Yiuimiheil rammer uays; Jtut a fenwof peaceful aa livilm reM. J.ike that whicii fgt in iw autumn knows. The f printr-time lorm-inc are rriht jin.l pone. The p:iu.ns of midhim r no loader are kmn, The b.-irvest is ir:iMieri, ami a...

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. — 28 October 1875

klLAN EXCHANGE! .W. A. WADE. Editor and Pabllher. KlRSt irTI. BATES. iTwo dollar m ear; one dollar, .if $x months; fly cents for three monlhs, ikvajuahly in au vamck. ADTEIT1NISU BATCH. H H i- I I' 3T s i r i r r if:: 6?ACI S n TTeck,..-. Two WecTs ..: Throe W wks. One Month.... Two Month Three Months 1 ) 1 75 i 2 50 4 r mi. 12 w t W' 2 75 S75' 7 2"11 , H 2 Hi ! 3 5ti 5 i Mi 1 mi U 00 9 -wi 1 rwi fi ft". 15 III IS TT, .! 11 4 mi 7 (ii ( in m si no 4K on 5 no r.i ! so 21 t: :i so . n frig Month. 8 ll 14 3) ' : W ' 4t . T. in Month. TO 2', 17 7r. 25 VI 4 75 77 A ttJ (l Bne Year ' 12 U) 21 00 3U W ft' W W. !M Ilnuhle-eolomn advertisements, 10 per eefli. 4- 4ac on.th above rat.. . Triple-column adverlianmcnts, 20 per cent, ad vance on toe above rate. , Advertisement to ooeupy special position, 10 - per cent, advance on Ufe' aUfve rates. 'Local Notices," 'In the fame type aj local reading matter.) 25 per cent, advance on the . above rates. Obituaries, Tribute of Respect (except such as e...

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. — 28 October 1875

falLAN EXCHANGE GcWrity Directo-r. K I LB AD TinE-f tCl.T- Lalvlll-al Jl rrrfiin jutirvad. TEA?? ffA'TH. f,WAmaodafiiVi. , rIA.r. ."-..-. ay klfiwi. (hVoufT, 11 : 4. aw 11:19 a', a. - Mai 11:30 r. a. TKAIS SOUTH Mail. X:Vf.ii. WKI. K i pren. P:nf p' a . M . S. Hi : i laodation',' .rt-ii r. . W::i f. . EDW. COt tXfXN. Tii rf .'cL Hew i-i esiff; SC Lc7ia mid Chlca. sotffi. Mail. PVISa.a. 10:3n. . K sprees. ... . ?:3Ur. a. :lir ?RT1I. Mail. 4:Wr. a. 4:15 r. . f. G. NIOIOLiHjN. Aaent. f . rrrn Tiri a ..ni 'f fains ou cither road, if necessary, wait half aa hoar for trains oa the other. COl'XTV OFFICERS. J. B. Araol.l. Sheriff. M. C Holme. Cuantr Coal Merle. J K. Raines. Chancery C''r? licr; tm. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk; Join. Williiuai, Coroner. I. C. Loot. Tr'irfS.' C.J. Witt. Ta Collect?.' -Jeaiah Coor. Coanty So Jt: S-Crrf;rfc77ft(cnd' Puttie Schawl. Vi. R. Cos. Kcfirter. CITV OFFICERS. A. Js?. Mayor and Recorder. J. I.. Williamson. City Attorney'. J. I.. McDonald. City Marshal. 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. — 28 October 1875

GEfERlL fenETITHS. Florida cuarantees 1,000,000 pine apples this eeajjun. Last voar 1,740 w ivus and 4,492 chil dren of ltritish soldiers were compelled to jietition tlie SUle tX bread. A new one-Iiundrcd-ton' steam hifrri nier is to be net up at Krapp's-orks at Essen, oor-ting one million dollars. At Thunder Bay, Canada, is publish ed a newpper failed Jvaminiati'iuia I'crnmbubUor and Thunder Bay 1'ruto tjjc ! TwENTf "?ir'SH'l'ia is Htfr umber annually Bi:inla'ttiredfwf every mau, wonianlnl eMdin The Vrrltetf .Wt. Forty years ajro two was the allowance. Ix eonsequenee of the destruction of forests ia southern UasrJi tha -linitt) of the empire is becoming colder in win ter and drier in summer every year. The sword surrendered lv Napoleon III. toKmixfor lViTJ:ii :rf"5od;ui wis delivered, a Strashur paper states, fo (Jen. Castleiiau ly l'rinie Bismank in 171. The Dominion Government promises that the new Wollatid tsiuril T ahatl be lini.slu'd in time for the navigation sea son of 1x77....

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 November 1875

AWAKE! BY BJALHAS HJOKTM OTEfEIT. Wake, my brlorrt, tUe count day fa trading, Ulurhmir nj lair, orrr forect an lake, riowrrinir life in IU toXrp vuUprefelinf Wake, my brloTel, awakcl Break the dnll alip; while lore'! pring-time la Qiwninr, Let ua drink deep of iu fleeting delirhtl Cixicr our tiol at Una moment ia yawning lark, the com ( n lew night. Lore, with Ita tiirlmlent, mlirhty palliation, ihrillp Uirouirh my Tenia hkea quickening heat: All mi Tonnr ufe oilh iu Mr.ing aapiratiuD. All have 1 liiroa n at thy (eet. If the wil t Tiaioo of glory ahnuld blind me R.-mh me thy hand lent I Humble and fall; Iirkneaa 11. ire me and lrknea betnud Die Tuuu art my life and my all. Sweet tia to hroathe in tke balm of thr presence, HwrvbT to fe,-l the warm r-i'-r "f tln'm- eve, W hile the fli-vt moments ith liri(tht . flrrviiecenc Wiiieju-r their gludueaa and .lie. Then in the deptha of my nol aa In alumlier. Hear I Rn at vtiioen .f worl bnk;n(r .leeda. And the pale. lay, with iUrarea without...

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. — 4 November 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. M A D 1'.I i or n 'I I it b 1 1 b e r. MBMBIPTIOX KATirS. Two dollars year; one dollar for six month"; fifty rente lor three uioj.lL, I.WitUtLY IN Al- TAN 'K. AIVr.KTll.. B1TIX C I H ! I 5 5 i e ! I i One n.-ik i 1 " 1 7". 2 4 7". 7 .rn 1J Two -l eek. .. 1 2 77 :i " 7 li. 11 1" l" 1 lire Weeks. i 2 3 '' S ' !' ' i " -1 ''' (ne Month.... I 2 :" 4 ;Vi l;" 12 ' ii 7.".. .m t Two M"tiih..' 4 i" 7 i" lit ' l. : ' 4 t 71, r,.,. M .ntii" S R 7". 1J ' :'.! 7 i :.7 M v !-ix 1 1'lilh - h ii 1 1 (i it ki i t"i "i !' !''t i"t Nine U.t,ti-.. M 17 7". r, H 7", 77 i Til mi fine Year IJ 21 ml i 't A 7 W it Ui t) Jjoul.le-roliiinn advertisements, lupcrceiit. ad vance m the (ihove rates. Triple-column advertisements, 20 percent, ad vanee on the nhove rate. Advertisement" In oreui.y Fpceia' position, 10 ier cent, a Ivupi'e on t no ali-r. c rutes. "Local Notice", (in tlie. fame type a." local ra.ln u-at'er.) 25 per wot. advance on the ' iii.ove rale-i. Ohittiari.-". i ri'iiiti s o...

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 November 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. RAILROAD TI HE-TABLE. Lnlvlllr and Jtemnkla Rallfema'. TRAINS solTH. Aeeomwiodati'in, IT Express, through Mail. 4: rfi . a. fvii. a, 11-'. a. 11:19. M lI:.VIr. M. TRAILS NOPTII. Mail M" r. . SrOO r. h. K I press. Vim A.M. C.llH.II; Accommodation, 1t:'if. w. !::: r. a. jLTr. i.oviN;. Agent. El'W. COLEMA .Ti Ut Agent. Jhrvr Orleans, St. and lilcafco. eouin. JO: 11 4. 7:' r. vomit. a. V-) 4. a. i.ijt.rn. Express, Mail. Eiprei. 4:00 r. a. 4:15 p. a. ft: to . n. 8:t" 4. a. t. O. NlCIKU.SiN. Agent. J. !T r.EET. Ticket Arnit. . 1 rum on cither rvad. f necessary, wait hs'I as hour fr train on tlir tftli. r. covxtv officers. 3. 11. Arnold". .Sheriff, M. C. Holme!-. County Court Clerk. V.. K. Haines, Cbrncery Court Clerk. tfm. Moore. Cirruit Court Clerk. Jons. Williams, Coroner. J. t'. Long, Trustee. C. J. Witt. Tag Collector. Jcsiah Coor. County Surveyor. A . S.Ourrey. Superintendent Tuulie Scbooli. W. H. Col, Register. CITT OFFICERS. A. Jordan, Mayor nl Rec...

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. — 4 November 1875

UOERJLL BRETITTES. Th t afrpfpate lenpth of the railroad in operation in Brazil is 836 miles, or a bout forty miles less than that of the little Mate of Connecticut. Ax apent of the Rust-inn Government is traveling in the South to make a study of cotton culture, which there is some idea of attempting to introduce into Turkestan A ciRcrs now exhibiting in France possesses the oldest female artist to be found in any traveling; 6how in EuroDe She is a widow named Paton, aped 94, and is said to be theprandmotherof the wiiu-Deast tamer, liidei. A PiNGtXAR parcel recently passed through Omaha. It was a box, one foot square, filled with fish worms, and was addressed to Lieut. Fowler of the regu lar arruv. Fort Sanders, Wyoming. The worms were sent to start a colony in Wyoming to furui.h the officers with fif-h bait. Mb John W. F. Hobbs, of North anipton, Mass., has given f 10,000 for a school-house in that town. It is 6aid of Mr. Hobbs that, not many years asro. lie lorrowed money to start...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 November 1875

f A PERFECT DAT. BT CARL ei-KNCFR. The earth ia wrapped in a dream ol blin, In a rpct complete; And Uw touch ol the air U like a k;s, Comforting, rel. And the tinvrrenture are tinging low As a lulljibv: And the watching silence doth itir ami glow At me wmu creeps uy. And there In the eun't own mantle flung On the chrNtmit-topn, And yonder are tangled rainbows bun; With gliiiunu-rinjc drojia. And over the thing!) o soon to die 1 a gentler law, A hush of p-acc, and a tenderer sly Than the summer saw. Open the windows wide today. Where a foul mav dwell. In the heart of palace grand and cay Oraiiriwm-cvll. Olook, yehappr, till pl.isure grows lot nohlcr thing; Till you lwing your Joy as the amber Hows, or an offering. And look, ye wenry. till grief and pain Transfigured shine; IJejoiec for the eriniMin glnrj'e gain, The holiest sign. mourn ve never that hope is lot That r .t delay ; Tney are after (.iinimer and after frott, Tlicne Bwct-tvct days. '(Ten and of l n w ill kies be gray, And ...

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. — 11 November 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE. AV. A.W.IWK. MHomnd I'nbiiilifr. SVKSt KII'TIOX It AT IS. Two dollar y.ar: one dollar for i-ix month'; fifty .-cnu i"r tbive mouth, hiyakiauly is AD IT N TK. AttVKETISIASG IS All.S. C I H I fine "".-k .... fno n"k .. 1 lin- Wc-k ine 51't.ii... 1 ol 1 " I v 1 7" 7 v. 12 if i 1 .Vi 2 3 7 r 11 3". IS ' 2 i. 3 . .') I' ''i i "4 10 2 .vi 4 c ee. v; ti 1 7"i ll J 1.1 7 l' ;n i l'i m ei' IS I!) .",(' 7 U 'i -' 7". .-7 ."i"i im ! in 1! no -n ii. :"- ii i'i in H"i In xn-F v.,m ." i" r. it " 7:-. 77 i-ja 5n" Yi'-ar. li '"' -'I '" '" '"' ' 14 '!.' lYoiihb . lupin iilv.-rti-.-tii.-nt--. I.) j.eroctit. cd- t:tnoi on me :V'"i Xriflt-ii I" n :i i. rii-Mii-n Mil. 'in t'i- ,,'ii'if r.ni. . , A.I-4 ri- ri' N'" oi-.-n.y f'terinl p'Lion. 10 iM-rtfiit. ii.ivn',", t!.-,r B!j"",,'r,'"t'!'- , , 1 ,r -.l N.i.-" " ''i' " n' '"V1 rrndinir matter,) 2" l'ir rent. iiJmnru on t.-.e nliotl- rati"1. 0Ulu' future. As to health, our towns-people Ju'not have to hunt healthier lo cations. Ou the contrar...

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 November 1875

I - J. tmumiSA jjLVf u in i imti mm i mi mi ll in i 1 i' ii b in 1 1 in 1 1 "ii u Hi s I il !' ; Milan exchange. County Directory. P4IIKU4t TUTMAKI-E. TRAINS "M Til. ARRIVE. 4:i a. K. 11:iA. i. ll::?.ip. m. poparts'; 4:.V. a. v. 11:10 a. m. fco?r.nic.divn. 'v Ki-rcs, tbrouco. Mali. TRAINS SOUTH. Mail. .V4'ir. V. Mr.. I! !!. '.'.I'lA.M. Accommodation, p. -J. h' : r. K. A. W. LoVINti. Af.il. DImV. COLEMAN, 'J i'lti Aim.!; 5w Orleans, St. I.oiiih Mud f l.lcriro. 801. Til. Mail. 10:1-. A. V. 1-1:10 a. v. Lxpress, T::) r. u. Xr. u. VKTV. Mail. 4:00 p. w. 4:15 P. V. Eprr, :'a.m. t-t'iA.w. T. G. NICHOLSON, ARent. J. IT. P.KKP. Ticket Arent. Tniii? on either r -ail, ii' nweimiry, wait h:ilf an hour fr train on the othor. coustv orncEKS. J. P. Arnold. FhirifT. T. C. Holmes, County Court Clerk. 1!. E. Raines, Chancery Court Clerk. Yi'm. Moore, Circuit Court Clerk i Jons. Williams, Coroner. J. C. Loup, Trustee. C.J. Wilt, Tax CV'!r. Josiah Cooper. County Purrs'?"! A. K. Currey. Hutx-rintcndenl...

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. — 11 November 1875

V GENERAL BREVITIES. Satole settlement in Maniste Coun ty, Mich., is greatly excited over the appearance of a Ll.u k bear w ith a white lace. Old lace is the object of the latest fuMiionable mania, and the factories are running doubla time to supply the de mand. The deepening of the water in Charleston harbor is going on. The plan of the I'nited States Engineer is to excavate a channel to the sea at least IKOfeet wide and 18 feet deep at high water. Thev did have-a droll thing at the late town fair of Guilford, Connecticut. It was a drum-corps of fifty veteran drummers, led by Major I'age, M years old, who commanded the Tenth "Con necticut Militia fifty years ago. An other feature was the apjearance of about one hundred ladies and gentle men, riding double on horseback, the ladies on pillions in the style of one hun dred years ago. While a San Francisco undertaker was drawing his tape-line over the coqise of a Chinese woman, he was sur prised to H-e her roll her eves up at him. I'he...

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 November 1875

PUXGEXT paragraphs. BT COL. L. C. iTBOKG. The dr th Bnby died the Boweri Ilmo'iK-d o'er the leaf. Anl binl within the hW bower Hel plaintively tnir (trief. And Uirouirh the rnk'n in tne un It aecDKol m If the day were done When Jiaby died I A If o'er all the land a tudrien blight Had withered doner and leaf in one short brenth. Unto a mofher heart day turned to night. A life to death; While to brr now oomr luu-k with rudrien tears The wirw.me fane, the tominir curls aglow Tlie little feet that nx tiered to and fro. The angel wiwl.im of three hftj-pv jeans. All endinr with Mich suddetinet of woe When UabT died I From out the drawer ehfl tnket with trembling care The tittle ahnen that Bsliy ufied to wear; Ah! but the ailenoe of the mimtioir feet, a he tearlul vision of the face o tweet Iiubv'i dead ! Put In tu plane awav the curl of hair Kay, Mie will prest it u tier lipa afain. And. dreaming of th jear Uiat might have lieen. The mnther folds tier hainU in peechlesa prat-ir llshy'hdea...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 November 1875

ii. i EXCHANGE. r.llr atari Pr.lilUJier. .ifi" n v rij. nr. !(; 1 1!. r for fix in'ntV; II..'!. ill-, IN V ACM KI.Y IAI- kl.t R1JSI K ITI V a 7- 7.1- 7 -': - 1 ii '.. .1 i i' 1 i"r I" -4 : 4 M t. V f 1 T' : 7 m !0 01 vi ri :i 01 4 o . h 7", 12 "" 151 T " ' 'i" ;.i t ' -1 7" '" 1 " ' U I.J3 (' ri ' 01 :i ii li-t ' n rrt:-einent.-', 1" cr rci.t. J- u': ne nt. 1 heriisi-imnts, JO 1 cr cent, ad- ,is !-i iiiiy fp-cinl position. Ill I' :i -! mi iin' aimvc i.-it' s. I j.. f-.i... n i.i'-hi I r.'i 2" fn-r -ent. auvaucf i n tin- !; rr-in . : r i ; .1 .-' .. '..! i Aiiitoi riaiions f r collecting of cus ." ;,; ::!'V"U"."'" ' tonis eirg deEcient sonic ttK,00t, i i ft"; : n'1 'If1:! Il ' -"r . a ITr.'lI 1-. . !-.-rii-.-nc' wi:vK ,,..! f.,r in j V . . I 1 -. .i.t 111. (.11111 Ll'ilV -TiAY, XOVK IS, "). ""sr""r - . U u pr.nie in the I'arw Uourst; j .i.d.-.i Exchange . . f (, . -f.vUUship City of VaCf) burned n.ui (a'veoton laft ret . V lt.-t. Ail n 'v. fill to the depth cf twelve - "n Omaha Monda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 November 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE-. ! County Directory. KAILKOin Tf.1IEitfAltI.I- ElrinVVd JtipWia Ullra4. TKAIXo'sOf T'rf. fci"OTTnnlti"n. v t.irtu, throngn H .'.I. :"' A. M. 4:.' A. 11. a. m.- 11:11. 11: III r- M. TRAIN'S r'jlYli". Vil S:ir. . r:r. a. impress. :' '(' Ac-uramodatidtl, li):3i r. . ll:.Kir. .- . A. W. 1.UVIMJ. Ajrent. EDW.-CTLtMA'S, Ticket Acnt. Krii Orlmnt, t. Ixtnli sad 'hlra;ro.' B0CTI1. Mail, bi press. vhv a. v. la-ty. 7: W r. r. x. Mail. 4 im r. v. 4:l"iP. V. fT VTflliil SUV. Arrnt. 'Ml . w U. 1 . u J. II. P.F.EK. T.Vki-t Acent. 'i ... . ... ,.n ..tr.Vr rt.mA if tiprmrv. wait half t'n bou fl rains nil the ollxr. COTS TV OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. Holmes, County Copt Sr.- B. E. Raines, Chrr"Tf Ci.jrt ClerW. V.'m. M'Xire. Circuit Cuurt Clerk, .in"?. Williams. Cnroncr. J. C. Iorf, T'wte. C. J. Witt.Ta CXTtcl:. Josiah Cooper. Connty forveyor. A . 8. C'urrey. Superintendent Public School. TV. R. Cot, Register. CITT OFFICERS.. A. Jordan. Mayor and Recorder. J. I,. Williamson...

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. — 18 November 1875

GENERAL BREVITIES. A bootblack who can't whistle all; of banker's tunes is considered of no account in Brooklyn blootMack society. Ki.imia Phillips, of New Eegland, after twenty years service in the Peni tentiary, haadur tip the money he stole from the bank and will lcin life anew, as it were. . The French Government are consid ering a project for constructing a canal by which the vineyards of the Ithone may 1 flooded as a remedy for the jihvlioxera. The canal will cort ?2i), (mk(nk, but it will bring into fruitful ness fU,)00 acres of vine lamia, which will yield 4fi,(Xt,0J annually. Isaac Fakphkk, f Sandy Hill, N. Y., predicts that the world will be de stroyed Julv 4, 1H7C. This will spoil the Centennial. He Lums his cheerful view on Isaiah, lxv. diopter, 17th verse: For the child shall die a hundred years old." The "child" he considers to be I'ncle Sam, and when he dies th rest of the world will give it tip so, and step out also. The dispute which is constantly re curring between...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 November 1875

TO SLEEP." otttoott wxviii are nr ! nil? r Kotwuk day rtew p-btght ; r Ear boob bars up the awning chill. The morning! now is gone by Biirht; Kbtb ilav bit strps grow slow, grow light, As Uirvwjb the wood I rerereBl creep. Watching 11 things Ue "dowa to sleep." 1 never knew before what Tuedi, Fnwraot to ateU. and soft tu touch. The lorest sifU, ami stupes, ana spreads; 1 never knew before bow much . Of human sound there lernsuctV. Ixw tones a thrmirh the )w14sbm When ali wild things lie "down to Bleep. EarA dav I and new coverlids Turked in, and Biore sweet eves shot tight; Sometimes the viewless mother bids . Her ferns Kneel dosra, full in bit iht: I hear their chorus of "rood Bight": And half 1 smile, and half I weep, Liattuing, while tliey lie "dosra W eleep." li ' ' ' " Kovemher woods are bare anl still ; f ; November days are bnjrht and rood! I Life's noon bums on life's morning chill: . Life's mailt rseufret wliieJHong hsve stood; o nra, sou o-i is neia or aroea f , The mother...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 November 1875

ft J v., Milan exchange. W. A-WADE. Edit r 4 raMlafcer. . )I BMIUPTI!I ATEU Two dollar, a yean one dollar ftT M i tnVnlh.: (iffy eenU fur throa months DfiuilLV IS tsf. ADVEftTIMIXU ATKS. 0 1 H s ! 3 1 ' a 1 t : 1 1 I knot Two w'eefcf.- 1 Mi i J., S 7i :ft U 2 1? Cublednmn advertiSemeilis, Ill per cent: ad vance on the above rate. , Triple-column advertisem'.. reot- Advertisement W dcrur special Psi mt cent, advance on the abort! ra4e: -nl Notices, .on the mim tyi local resdinir inatterj it Itr i-cut. adTahce uit the Obituaries. Trihitlcs of Resnej I frcrpt "eb a - ir;..i.i1v ff-.im (kj-i!r;Mb sN-ietie I. aud above rates 'wiars n ifarriafe. Urf half of. ecfiilar r- fc.ical-Ni.liee" raty. H.injde iiwiw men Is ifinarriae aat do4lis4nerled rratis. All transient ndTertrst-tftvnts must he.wiid forin advance.' Yearly advertisements, quarterly in advance. - . THURSDAY NOV'Il 25, 175. It seems, the prospect of Spanish Vaxhas faihpaJit'maHing concep tions. Iecretary Bristow "will "plump the m...

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 November 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. BAILS TTABLK. tmtmrtlU n4 Kmh UU1 TBAI53 POl'Ttt. i.i.H.n a a. arm. rrT. :Ht a. . i:f& . B. H:).B.11:r9. U. 11:31 r.U. ay It I raw. Ureagh. Mail. T&ADCS S0RTI1. Jj.a. fcr. . t. m. Ixpraaa. "aB. a. .!.. Aeoemmjaatio. . -r A. W, LoVIMl, Agewt. F.DW". COLEX AX. Ticket AgeaC K MflM, M. LmIi mmm CmUmf. eoiTU. IMS . . 7: r. H. Ilfj P. WORTH. I'Ar. m. 4fVr. . ; . . . . t. O, XICllOMuX. AgoaC r; aprwa. v trrn tlu i Mi Traiaa -a either road, rf in MaWF, wmlt ihi tm hoor fo traia en tu otber. COCJITT OFFICERS. J.TL Arnold, Kkerir. M. C. KIm, Conaty Coart Clerk, ft. C FalaiuCaBeeTCnH Clerk. Wm. Moore, arcwit Court Clark. , ' jMM.WUliMM.CarmwrY ' j. i; bH, i rawer. k I c.J.vkj.TiirjidrtDf.' JerUk Cmht, Ccwntr rHrrearc. A.UC.feYMer. city ornojR. A. Jerdaa. Mayor aa Recorder. J. L. Wllliamaea. City Attarnjey. J. L. McDonald. City Markal. K. H. WitlUMf. J. D. La.k. Wtteow William a. 8. F. JUnkln, R. J. IWiwtw. J. It. Diekiaaoa, Aldertnea. CnCRCHES. DapiM-C...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 November 1875

CoT7John B. Lewis, the autlior of 1he 44 Harpof a Thousand Strings," died in UanWin County, Miss., recorttly. The enormous malt of M.OOR lexers rind C5 baps of ne--pnper. Waa eet.t to JIurope bv the Abyssinia recently. This nmoulmTl w?iWoer thrfce fewCT 2 A ki li.-klooiki Knlish wtter of Thomas W. Lane of the United States jo.stol-?ar service, while hunting at Went lloxburyk Mass., , last, week, bought to his master a large pocket book, containing $25 in currency and Home vaUe-p.tr Jelmin to Mr.. Langleyof CambrWgeprt.'1 ; The ag now (n'aJLMUxasuey'ltT u t,u ward for his sagacity. The Telegraph of St. John, X. 15., mjs that a lady,, who rtkWiu-a Mi lage on the frvt W Jufcftj 'flto. re cently to prepare the body of a neigh bor for burial. While so engaged some virus frew!e dHolvalf(rii into a Arht efir r.tr UteMkfini aa a lew hours later she was seized with intense oain in her tuutd, attended by a rapid swelling. After daj-s of se vere suffering obe Jied, yj.. The only rertarkbftf th...

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