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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 December 1875

THE FISHEBMAX'S FCSELAL. t'pon the bnv-zr head land ttieflabCTiuan't grare Where, over Uie Ulnk and clover bell, the liirenea orancn "' . , , Above u the lark wa ningring In the cloudiest And tinder the rhff the billowt were chanting For t!ie creamT line wa cunring along tie hoi low nJrr, Where the dear old tidea were flowing that he WOUIU nuer liv J " v . The dinre of the wave, the note of the bird, and Uie prieet'n low lone were blent In the breexe that blew from Uie moorland, all laotn wim country peem; Hut nrTer a tboiir)it of the new-mown hay toet inr on nunny iilainn. r ofliliei deep in Uie wild wood, or roae gem- huiut uie lanra. Woke in the hearts of the rtern, bronzed men wno K"inprel arouml the ynrr. Where Ujr the mHte who had fought with them uie uawe 01 wina an i wave. How liohlly he ateered tliecable acroM the foam Inr bar. M'hcn the nky wa black to theeaotward, and Die readers wuite on uie erari How liia keen eye canirlit the Hiinll ahead, how hi Mxonr hand furled the ...

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. — 2 December 1875

j 1 MILAN EXCHANGE, ; ; , , .77 . SMISCUITIM K.VT:s. j i wo ai.n.irj r- .'- " ' r r. .. i.i. r. - : .:e-. ino.u.iP. i . ai-.i .;lv aij- i y ' , I AIVKlTIVIXi It ATI:. ! I 1 i: 1 - 2 4 T'i 7 V. ' '.,:' . -Ta J wo fl'lN'k ... '1 hn V. Us. I tno M"i;:h.... 1 T". s . i ii '-' i' , 3'.;; J);! -X ; W . Two .V ' i i, m,::-.;.? h !4 j... -j, ... : Lv j ; out ix.-rrowfiig ciucli monc', and lcjnial ticket, Gen. Sherman for IW nrv::::: .15.-1 crvi been that their rail-i (f n anJ Gen Joscph R Johlii for iT:n:,,n:,iv.,tits,int.erclnt.a.i- nr?it. :.- ra:. ' , , .,: thi-ai...vert.-. .lvmi-.-m-?Nt.. o,..t.,..v n--i.il r-oMtmn. 10, inwi i nwcon nf auciverairj. - Nnll''r !:ii-. Snni io (iiiii.un;e- i ill ttiit. iiui :. 1. r!is ni'Mif nus' tn-.a' 1'irin j .;...,.,. iVarly a.lri-mcnu, ..o.rtcrTy in yiviiiicr. THURSDAY, DECK 2, 1875. Charley l--s has bten found again, j Thi- timel.e v-a-fmnd in DesMoine?. ' Iowa. KumorKof war vitli'Siiain are again rife, and buMne.-s in the navy yards is active. Senator...

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. — 2 December 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. RAILROAD TIHE-TAELE. Lwnlvville Wempblw Railroad. TRAINS .Sttll. AwTr.m-!t;.jn. , 4.' a. . 4-i". A. . I'mT Expre", liirouuh, 1 1 - . M. U:i8 A. ai. Kail, ll:Vf.n. TRAT53 m:i. Accommodation; V4ne. w. nor. . fl:'t A. X. '.!. V . . lti:n r. m. lu.To r. a. A IX I nl'IVi' . KUW: WEM AN. Ticket AceuU hew Orlan, f. I.onlo nod t'blrag. EOVTH. Mail. r-r. .. in:riA. w. fcipre, ";J)r., 7:13 p. m. KOKTII. Vail. 4 00f. . 4:1rr. v. hxirf-r. :'Ma. . 8:-"A.r; I. 5. M 'iHiLSoX. Acei.t. J. H. V.V.r.V. Ti. k-1 Ajtrnt. Tminn on oithrr n ad, if ncrpa.ry, WflH kulf In hour " train on tie utli'r. COVXTV OFFICER. J. T.. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. HMni.''wny OnrtCUri; K. E. Paine. Chancery Court Clerk, ffin. lloore. Circuit Court Clerki Juni. Willium, Coroner. J. C. Loi r. Tructee. C. J. Win. Tax Collector. Jopiah Coier. County pcrveytr. A. S. Corn y. Superintendent Public. Scuooii. .Mr. R. Coi. Kegter. CITV OFFICERS. A. Jordan. Msjrer and Recorder: J. h. M"iIli:itron. Clry Att...

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. — 2 December 1875

I.EVEKAL BREVITIES. It is Kai.I there are mom li's told in tin- s. nlon.-o. "I nm pla-t H T 2"' than in any other ix words in the j-.ng- l:h lanpinpr- M.. how ea-ilv ll.lnif. tro wrii: wiirrl t.vi mil" h or a kiv ti Ioiil'. ml tliT' iilietli 'it anil l'liniling ruin. And lifr f never Ihe raw npiin. The eveiinient is to be made of r':i;raliii ostriches in California, for which a mcn;ierie, proprietor has Imiiht 1J f the birds, which he w ill locate fifteen tuiles from San Francisco. A CAinti I. housewife in Altoona, IVnn., jitit an .1H order and a i10 greenback into 1 he drawer of the colfee n.ill on Wednesday for safe keeping. Thursday morning the family enjoyed a '-' cup of co flee. A i.i. the horses taken by the I'rince of Wales to India were trained in the Zoological (Jardens, so that they would become accustomed to the sight of wild animals. They may be used in tiger bunt ing with comparative safety. A nrsiM.ss house in Columbus has. con-pi -uoiisly displayed in its show window ...

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. — 9 December 1875

TUE FUErilEItD LADY. ii t ,iai i;ki.ohi . Who pipes upon Ui kmg, green hill, W bore Uh- rnendow grass 1 dorp ; The hit lamb blent, but follow tb oo Follows the clean, white sheep. The ilnr white lady In yon high tower Hie hearkeneUi ia hrr deep. All In long rr tlie piper stands. (rttodlv grave in lie; Outside of the lower, at dawn of day, Tlie note of hit pipes nn tree. A thought from hi heart doU reach to berV Comedown, O lady I to me." She lifu her heart, the doni her rows. ; Ah! the lady 14 fair; She tie the girdle on her waist. And binda her flaxen hair. A nd down he tca)-th, ilown and dowa. Iown Uie turret stairs. Heboid htm ! WiUi the florl he won, A long yon grassy lea . "Mv h .wrt lord, inv hf pherd love. What wilt thou. Uien, Willi me My h rt is gone out of my breast. And lolloweth on to Uiee." II. The while lanili frod in lender grass; W itii them and Uiee U bide. "How good it were," eliesaith at noon; "Altieit, the mead are wi le." "O! well is me," he ilh when day Draw on...

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 December 1875

illLAN EXCHANGE. W.A.Wnr, TAttor mm r.MHnr. T d..)'nr yr: one dollar f"T nx monthr; f,f, -utF Ut three mouth. ir akult i i- AnVi:KTIM. KATF.S. C H H " I I r I I cr c B B 0 : i ; : On 'Tot-It... 1 (l I 75; 2 J . 7 r,j 12 i .hi 2 7.1 3 75 7 ii 2.-.: 1 ' sr! f 2; :t B s a a s LTm In k r, 1' Sit 1 7. V .Vi 01 J SMSi'L'iSS-i $" a is MIS lMulile-n.liimii .lvcrtisemcnU, 10 per cent. J- lanoe on the strive rie. Trinle-eii vance on tne iMiuit; . , . . , - 1f) A"vertip-m-nt to nootinjr sikwih! r-ositUn. 1U rer rrnt. flvuDrc on the above nl. -. ,ooal Noti.W in the Hitie OK i5 local readmit matter.) 20 I'er cent. advai.LC on the above rt-. ... , " . Obituanm. 1 rilmte of ReisnUer-rert inch an ome officially from chrilAr! nx-ieties). and remarks on mn-ins:e t.tu1 naif of rcrulur l,oral Notii-e" rau?. Nini'le arimiunee tntitiif marriacenttiij -loathi- imx-rteii gratis. All transient advert icftfiit! murt 1 paid fur in advanre. Yearly auverLiieiiient, quarterly in advance. THURSDAY, DECK 9, 1875. ...

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. — 9 December 1875

Milan Exchange. Cointy Directory. BAILROaD TaBB-TABLE. iarfllwB' He-aea.fcraKallrw.asl. TRAILS SCtTf?. g'jrrni. nwtT. jtV. . 4:4i a. . Ij .' A. a. 11:10 A. a. r:p. a. Awmvaaioaatiiva. ay tip , through. UaiL TEA INS Mail. Eiprese. AceuaiaodAtioa, r. . ) r. . :flN . . 0.1(1 a. it. Yy.fr. a. 10::ir. a. tr IllVIVd A .on I EDW. COTEM AN, Ticket AgeaL Kra oYteaata, Bt. Lail CfcleaMfa, eocto. M.l1!; PTW a. . 10: i. a. fcxr-raas, ' 7:Xr. .- J:13f.r: K0RTH. Mail. 4 n6r. a. 4:Wr.f: I. (5. NIC'HvlXlN. liml' J. If. FEF.I.TVkK Areirt . Trains e nlher rood, if aev-f Ssary. weft a!! la hoar f trains the el her; COCITTT OrFICE!?. J. B. AraoM, SheriC. M. C. IIolaMa, County Court Cirri r R. RaiM. Caaaeery Cwart Clevt: T m. llowre, Oirrail Cwart Clerk: Jon. YYilliaeaa, Coroaar. J. T. Lang. Trastee. C. J. W iu. Tai CalleeUt. Josiah Cwoper. Coaaty f nfreyVf: A . S. Carrey. SaparitooUat Facile Schoola. W. S.. C.x. Register; CITT Of FlCfi'JlS. A. Jnr1iw.Mrriid Rw!!: J. L. Williamson. . ?ft MMt- J. 1,. Mrl...

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 December 1875

GENERAL BKEYITirS. Tint mlkltWHtjCM of excitement m nrvrr bUrr illustrated than whim a De troit Lil ru-hi-l iuto a confectionary (.tore the fiber dav and asked for It'll tctit.s' worth of "drum pops." Or the VHV Jew estimated to Vw on the f:-e of the jrUe, ISO.Uim.) are tis ki'Mied to America, 4t,l.i0 to France, Sij to Ireland, 2j to Norway. Ote jut of ever' seven inhabitant of Poland, and one out of every twrntj-live if Hamburg, Uomnanla tind Austria, ai-e Ik-brews. Is consequence of the raxa'e of the !Wiiirrels in tlie forot of the k can ton of St. (Jail, the linmii-ipality lia been emielled to take measurm' for the riddance of the pest. In the com munes t.f IJapatz and ITafTera one franc is otTered for each smirrel captured, dead or alive. It is estimated that the English capi tal have lost .?1'J,W",0 1,1 n Turkish securities since last April. This is alarming:, ami the prospect that the se curities will further depreciate Ls w hat makes the Enrli.h so anxious to keep the Turks o...

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 December 1875

President's Message V i ' f 7 tkt 8matad Mrnit 71 Mrmtalivf. In nubiuittimfmv seventh nnnul bmhw to 'onirtvm in this Centennial year of our national exMcnce fee- and independent r"ople. it afl'onl-t me pleasure to recur to the advancement that haii lieeu niade from the tiuic of the rolonte. E IILMKEI YKAHS AGO. TTf were then a people nuiulN-rinir oujy three millions nw we number 4nnrc Than frly million-. Then indnMricii w-rTe ennfhted xl Iimst exclusively to the tillage of the noil; now manufactories aliwirii much of the hilmr of the country. ur hbcrtic remain iiiiini iwired; tin- bondnn-n have Imcii freed from slavery; we have lieeoine ,o. of the r(KTt. if not the friend-hip. of all civilized nation-; our projnvsi ha (m-cii pri-t In nil the art, in science, cummin-, liawji.l nn. Dininc m'-ebmie, law, medicine He., etc.. iil in f-'cuiTal lii-tin the pnnfrc. i likewise ciieiiuariu?. ur tliriiccn Stl. hav .Ih-ciii-mi Ihirtv-eiirlit. in- ladinC Colorado, which ' us taken tlw M.p to !.e...

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. — 16 December 1875

M I L. A : J EXCHANGE nrwM'inToX rati:. t.a d.dNrr vear: one dollar f..r .1 i Pinn'b-: t&Zitototbr mouth.. ivuhlt i Vir. AITERT1MX RTrS. I ' -?" i ! r I f I f srici i .,.. Vf eek ....... 1 '. i I? 2 s. 4 r. 7 12 v ,i M.. nVhl . u 1" - ' :w "" ! !" !! v Vi .k i.. -, 1- .'. 'n 4 Ti T7 (' ! " "J to : ijL-i 1 ! Im1l.le-..liimnii-lvori;mcn'.10pcrci;ut.a- triplc-colnmn advertirenicntr, 20 per cent, ad ini'in the above rate. Advertii-ciueiitr l.i w-' iil'V i-pe'-li'.l P'.ntlon, 1'J percent. adva-con the aWe rate". local Notices," 'in the fame type as local rendinir matter.) 25 per cent. advance on the above rat-. . fihituarif. 1 ri'nitr. of Reject (expert ruch ar come ofii.-ially lr..ra charitV.le c . ti t it-M . and remark" ti ir.nrriaror. on' -linlf T rccnl.ir "Lo.-al Noli'-" rule. Simple anniiume menlrnfinarrioecaiid dent!.- in -cried era ti. All transient iTliwrncnt. mnt he p:ud form .liv-in-c. Ycurly advertisements, quarterly in advance. THURSDAY, DECK lfi, 1875. The interest jwud...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 December 1875

MIL-AN.EXCHANGE. County Directory. KAILBOAV TI WE-TAKI.E. LieTiITe am stall rHa. TK1LNS BOL'TH. nrrirrs.. : A. M. 1U9. . fwnramodatrTn. nv bxarasa. thro art. Hail. A. U. J J -DM . B. U:3u p. a. TKAIX8 SORT II. n. fr)r. . fi nop. i AcmnltUoi, i):3'r. . UhHir. I A. T LOVINU. Agent. EDW. C0LEMA3I. Ticket Agcat. Kesr Mmm, kU LmIi aael Ckicara. SOUTH. Wail. El press. IMS A. a", a. a. , 7:3Ur. a. 7:4Sr. a. yoETn. (r. . 4 1.1 r.x. 8 ).. 8:45 a. a. I. 0. SIC HuL.SO Agent. Mil. tipre. J. H. BEET). Ticket Ageat Tnim an either road, if nunnff, wait half a hour fo traioi oa th other. COCSTT OFFICER?. J. B. Arnold, FberilT. M. C. Holmes, County Court Clark. E. E. Rune. Chancery Court Clerk. W . Moore. Circuit Coart Clerk. i ens. Williams, Ceroaer. I. C. Lone. Trustee. C.J. Witt, Tax Collector. JefUk Cooper, Coesty Surreyer. A. 8. CiTr. Superintendent Pablie Schools. W. E. Cos. Register. CTTT OFFICERS!. JLJotdaa. Mayor and lUoerder. 3. L. Wllliameea. City Attorney. J. L. McDonsld. City Martkal. 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. — 16 December 1875

trsrcn Ijketities. J f M : . . . , . a ,frrfi for rnn.1i Sflsni lias berri mfl1e in Central I'oint, Term. The prisoner, a ni' To JiK lrcss, is accused of porform in? iucairftilious and theroty m:king Lit ni'iIil'or t-ick. A n:rn temperance crusade lias Wn started hy llic Connecticut ladies. In oYr?l towns the tvhr-fcy drinker Lave already leen forced to buy by the tjuart and imbibe in irivate. I'ai L Hottojj is coming home foon to li;ilay an iuvection to preserve the lives of skaters. An v one who has ever tried to break up alftlic ice in a niill ond ut one fail will lve dim itWof the spot where this invention is U be fastncdj-l rcc Prut. . .Toiin Fkkdfkick Ci ntek went from Chicago penniless to Australia, twenty-thr.-e veur ajro. lie now advertises in the t'hicajfo newspapers that he Uwble and wiliiii-to help his relatives, and invites them to write to him. And won't lm Jiwar from theiu? . ',- Av Yplnnfi, (.Mi4i.,) woman ' was married on Saturday, whipped by her lm-tiand on Sunday,...

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. — 23 December 1875

THE SJ'iUT BEFORE CHRISTMAS. jrr C. c. M'm-.ke. night lictore C'bristmaf. when all Ttii tlx1 through the house Notcreiture iinrrot. not even mouse; The Mocking cre hung by Uie chimney with In hoiVT'ial St. Nicholas soon wonl.I lie there; 1 he children were nestled nil snnr irj their Imli, W hi ti-i'-iw ! sugar plums dancvd through t'M ir iK-ad", And mamms in her "kerchief , inj ia my cap, Had lui sclilcd ourselves for a long winter's nl'. When mil on the l there llroe such a clatter, I cpr-mir rxiti uiv bed to sec what aai liie mat It; Away t the n indow I flew like a fla-h. Tore open the fluitu-rK mi l threw up the sash. Tbe moon on the lrcs.t of the new-fallen enow, l.sve the luster of mid dav to objects 1Uw; lien, Mli.it to my wondering ev ghould i. esr Hut a iiiiiititure plcirh anil eight tinv reindeer, :ili a Jill.e vUl ui'-ver lively awf otuck, I knew iu a moment A i;-t b.- si. Nick. Mire rnpid than eii-l. hit- rot.rsrr'- tliev miw, Anil he whistled au i saouta.1 and called th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 December 1875

1ILAN exchange. W.A.WIOE, Cdller al Pablihfr. M BM KIPTIOX R ITIX Two dollar a ye&C "ne dollar Jorsig mnnthr; 'fifl cents fur three uiofltuj, iTaia!ilt i at- ADVERTIKISU BATiH. I H X X sis- f I I : : ! : I : trtct Two VokV... 1 2 7S 3 75 7 25 11 IS .5r?1 ""....! 2 50 4 ST fi 25 12 - 1H 75' an in Ih-e Mi nibs': 5 H 75 U : Si 75 37 W Month. H 1 mi -.n i. r.t rai w .' in Nine Months 1" r 17 25 SO 4j 75 77 2 iTiTuliIc column advertisements, lu per cent. nl . vnncc on the above ran-s. Triple-column advertisement, 20 cent. ad vance .m the sl.ove raid A'lvertix'xent to occupy sp?ci:il position, 1U prrrnt. advance on the almve rate. 'Lf.Vi Notices," in the Settle type as local ren line matter.) 25 per cent, advance on the aliove rate. , Cbitnsrir-. Tributes r Reject (MPfft such as -ome officially from charitable s.icirtics, and remarks on marriages, one-half of regular Ioal Notice rates. Wmple announce ments f marriages ami dcathi inserted rratis. All transient ailvtrtiscmciitsmuM hi pa...

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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. — 23 December 1875

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. KilLMlB TIME-TABLE. laiwfll ! Utlrm. IRAI56 601TH. 4:Sa. a. 4:.v. a. aaareM. rrtpim. liar axare, throngb. U:Oa. h. U:1A. 11:39 r. H. Mail. TRAIS5 WORTH. Mail. 6:01 r. W. OrlOp. K, press. :!. . sin. Acoommodatioa, W:2n p, a. lu-.sn p. a A.W. LOViSO.Ageat. KDW. C0LKXAN, Ticket Ageat. Saw Orleaaa, St. LmIi ad Ckleaa-a 60UTH. flail. Lx press, Mali, fcxpran. 10: 1A . a. 10: 30 4. a 7:30 r. a. 7:45 P. a UOETH. 4:Wp. a. 4:15 P. B l A. w. 9:46. B I. O. lflCHOUSUX. Agent. 3 n 'mrrn Ti-krt Amnt. . Tniu on either twl. if necessary, wait kalf a boor lo train on the otner. COCKTT OFFICERS. J. B. Arnold, Sheriff. M. C. Holme. County Coart Clerk. E. E. Raines, Chancery Court Clerk. Tm. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. Joe. WUliaaM, Coroner. 7. C. Long. Traits. C. J. Witt, Tax Collector. Jotiah Cooper, County Burreror. A. 8. CarreT.BoperintandratPabli School. VT. K. Cox, Rriter. CITY OFFICERS. A. Jordan. Mayer and Reoorder. J. L. Williamson. City Attorney. J. L. McDonal...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 December 1875

, (iESEIUL BKETITIES. ; . r , i TmnrElS talk of building an opera houe in Pari with wating capacity of 15,0), admission to which is to be only two franc- . .. A NEwsi'ArKR letter-writer comments upon the (-kill nd popularity of the men milliner in IWton. That city, he sas, rs l- well ' supplied with men Urcff-maker.". Kx-flov. Ci.irKonn, .'resident of the Boston and l'ruvidrnce llailroad Com pany, has requested the Uirectors to cut "down Vis (salary one-half rather than reduce the pay of the employees. Sally Wetiif.krkk, who recently died at Harvard, Mass., on the edg of lLHi ytxrn of re, pased the last two years of her life in knitting a pair of white htockins for each of her living descendant., who were morelhaa fifty in number. . At Moulton, Appanoose County, Iowa, lives a man named Singly, 104 years old, healthy Mid atrotif walkirvaiilj Uiree to live mils at fttretch.- hart week he married Widow McLaughlin, fcO Tears of ne, and the twain are renewing their youth. A rir.F. broke ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 January 1876

LOXGIXGS..' O, ometimea, as life' busy throni; We minple with. i weal or woe. Our heari retire a beamint: (flow Of teeliiur. as when life was Young. We old visions of romance Like sunlit hillio'er wateis wide: Ab1 ttaotii-hU tj back acroft the tide. To charms beyond Uic larexjwnK. lier 'midst departed Joys we roam; Tbera life as-ain ia f ren ami fair; AikI primal ionftinfr Kalbnr Umtc, Like buovaut children hastening liome. Bat ahl the "ane-el risks, few And far between" bow short tlieir stay I r rora rniw.lt. and cares Uht frlide away, A ad U-res ua wilh a mule adieu. And we are ssd an tliey depart; Vet a-t them come, nor li tartit their stay; Tbey br iriK the I'aat; perchance portray woe future radiance of tlie heart Some ffraod all hat! hareafter, where, 'Midst mure than mortal lKlit, we'll see These lonrtu-s told of UOu) to he Bright harbingers of glories there. Springfield V?rpuWiVin. KITTY. CIIAITEK TI1K HK.T. 44 He will be sure to come before the summer is over," said little ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 January 1876

Milan exchange. IV. A. WADE, Frtltar an'l I'nblKlirr. Ml KM RirriOX KATi S. Two dollars n year; .. -T. -1 1 jir for si inonthr; (fly cents f'ir three ui.mth.-, intaiuablt ix xu- lVl.KTIM(i KATUN. O H S 3 f 3 TOOT. D" g. c I t 1 work 1 i 1 7V I fir 3 ) 4 () P . In (ci 2 w.- ks I l 'iii 2 :t .'(' 4 v! i; v .mi .", in t nwkf , 2 t, a ?-. 4 flo f. T."! 8 oft 1J . 2.1 Hi 1 Ul"lltll J U 4 "i R :'o 7 "i 10 Oi 1" IKI Z'i ll 2 "' j 4 in i) .Mi 8 ."Jl 11 (i lii ( 22 SO 4o oO :i " : 5 mi S ."'I !1 .Vi 11 7",.0 (i0 : ( .Ml l 4 ' I'. ( 10 .Mi 14 I'l 17 Ti 2! "So 17 'l m a ' I 7 fri 12 f"! lii li 20 it' 2". '"i 44 0" 7 ' I " I f: !. Vi IS mi 2 iri .si in .i im no on II in 'm 17 m 2'. mi 2- nt ' mi pr. im I year... '12 I" 21 mi 27 ! .1 ) 4 i no ." li U) im ll-ifil.lc-eolntnn advertisements, 111 icr cent, ad vance on the above rates. Triple-colomn advertisements, 20 percent, ad vance on t he above rate. Advertisements to --uiy ftwiji! position, 10 i.orcent. nilane on the atcive rates. "i.o':il No'i...

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. — 6 January 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. BilLnoAD TIME-TABLE. LulTllle SntiliU Railroad. TRAINS FOtTH. AKT.irr. flFrAaT. Accommodation. I'nT Lipre. tlirousb. :. a. va.v. K. 11:19 a. M. klaiL U:Mr. a. teaiss sor.Tn. 5f ail. r4"p. . :fflr. . rirc". . VrcstA. a. li.ln. . Accommodation, r. w. K:' p. M. A. TV, Lu V I.N G. Agent. EDW. COLEMAN, Ticket Agent. Hew Orlranv, St. Lnis and Cblrago. SOCTII. Mall, Express., 10:1", t. w. 10:Sn a. . l:.Vr. n. l:4i r. u. 50RTH. 4(fir.u. 411 r. v. :1a.i. 8:45 a. . 1. . XH H OLSON. Agent. Mail. Llpre'S, .1 II srri) Ticket Arefit. Trains n cither road, if necessary, wait half a hour tor trains on the other. COCXTY OFFICEHS. J. B. Arnold, Sheriff. M. C. Holmes, County Court Clerk. K. E. Raines. Chsinrary Court Clerk. Wu. Moore. Oircoit Court Clerk. Jons. lTillliMM, Coroner. J. C. Lone, Trastee. C. J. W it, Tai Collector. Josiah Cooper. County Sarreyer. A. S. Currey, Superintendent Public School. W. E. Cox, Register. C1TT OrFlCERS. A. Jordan, Mayor and Recorder....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 January 1876

MYSTERIOUS MURDERS. Tlve Vienna Mystery ef 1J. A Coldetv Hatred nalc Found I'acked I D rank-The apturc and enfessl sf tie Murderer. The recent trunk murders, which have eluded so great sensation, lend par ticular interest to the great Viena trunk mystery of 12.5, which has already pa.- scd out of the memory M all but the most ancient inhabitants of the gay cap ital of Austria. Jn the spring of that year the Super latcndcntof the l'esth and Vienna Steam boat Line was irrcatlv annoved bv the peculiar stench which pen aded the bag- raze ucpot, on the nock at l'esth. 15 ag rage shipped on the beautiful Danube steamboats' which ply between Vienna fti)l l'estli was generally left here until Liimcd by its owners. After consulta tion, it was determined to make a Starch, and a new trunk, rather larger tfan the rest, was singled out as the one tT'm which the stench must have emit ted. It was opened, and, to the iutense horror of the spectators, the body of a Irautiful young woman,in a perfect...

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