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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 January 1876

SUNSET. OX THE BEARCAMP. Br joiis o. wHirriK. A vuM trior on tlie purpling beat Of hills me river run. At donu iu lonr, rreen Tallejs (all Th litnt of summer's suns. A lonr its twanr rravel bed Iln.a.l flowine, swift, an.l still. As if it niMil- level leil The hurry of the hill. oiclc between iu banks of green F rom rurve to rurvc it slips ; The drowsy maple-shailows rest Like fliurex on its lips. A waif from Carnill's wiMest bills, l'Dtorijl and unknown; Tlie ursine legend of its name Prowls on iu banks alone. Vet flowers as fair iu slopes adorn As ever Yarrow knew, Or, uuder rainy. Irish flies, fir Spenser's Mull (rrew; And through the pans of leaning trees IU mountain craule shows; The gold ajrainxt tlie ann-t'irst, The green agaiUMt tlie rose. Touched fcy a lifrlit that ba'Ji no nsie, A a-lory never miiijc. Aloft on sky and mountain wall Are t.od'e preal picture tiunif. How cti.wfrec the summit vmtt and old! No longer jrr&nite-browed, TlK'y me it in rosy nitst: Die rock Is s...

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. — 13 January 1876

ili-ft-anMit7iiffWjWijBW W. A.n.in, i:tir nd rublKbrr. M-CK'lITIOX K ATI'S. Two dollars a year: ined,o11ar for six month.; 5 fly cent fur three mouths, IXYAklAHLY IK lit-vasck. AnVKRTIMXU ft ITf'.N. 5 , 3 MILAN EXCHANGE. . There were 246 marriages" m Lm- coin cbirnty last year. 'Squire OS; 6f Marshall county, has strawberry pknts in bloom. Wi&On raises and export more gam'e cocks than any county in the Sooth, The Hamilton County Court has refused to make a Centennial appro priation. Happy Humphreys; she has a' clean balance of SI, 770.30 in her comity t-'L' 2 ". .1 "i 4 .-si r, . .mi -, m i ireasurj cry extensive preparationstor.t he celebration of Mardi Gras 'arebeing ni:de m Memphis. The Rock City paper mills, of Nashville, has made an assignment uMe.lmn.lvertiment,..10per?cnt.i- f t, benefit of iU creditors, vane on the t.ive rule. Triple-column advertraents. 20 per cent, ad- . jr j. of tbe famCTS jn "WilsOU Will vam e on the lmvr rate". . I Advcilis.-mcnts to n.-.-u..y speci...

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. — 13 January 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. KAII.KOAD TIME-TABLE. ltlafirtead Mrsssftnla KsfffrWSMl. TRAISS SOUTH eoir.iodatrW. M. :!. f'nf Lxpres. thrown, II :. H. 11:10 a. a. Mail. 11:30 p. . TK1ISS XORTH. Wail. 'P. . :rnr. . fixiTV". , 9AlA. n. 9.10 a. M. Accommodation V'Mi r. m. lit:.') p. a. At W, LoVIMl. Arent. EDW. CO LEM AX, Ticket Aaeut. w OilMns fit. lmt mm "nfafo. SOUTH. Kill. W:1S a. a. IfhSO A. Lxprass, 7:Jp. a. 7:45 r. a NORTH. Mail. :O0p. a. 4:15 p. a E lore's. :. a. :4-.l NICHOLSON, Aent--T W REFTI. Tii-let Aaeat. Trains u either roai. if necesary, wait half (a hour train on the ffther. COlSTt orncKBs. J. B. Arnold, Sheriff. M. C. n..lmes. Coauty Ctrt1 Clerk. Jt. E. Kine, Chanearyfiiurt Clark Wm. M.mre, Circuit Court Clerk. 4ons. Williaaia, Coruucr. J. C. Loor. Trasuie. C. J. Witt. Tai Collector. Jn.i.h Conner. Conntr PtfrTffi A. S. Currey. Superintendent Pablie Schools. W. R. Cot. Keg-inter. CITY OFFICERS. A. Jordan, Stayer and Recorder. J. L. Williamson. City Attorney. . L. ...

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. — 13 January 1876

GENERAL BREVITIES. Ml shkooms weighing from six ounces to two pounds each are a staple article in the Bakersfield (Cal.) market. Ik the foot are found cold after pet ting into bod, rub thorn with the hands, turn wrap up each one well in a news paper. Dr. W. W. Hall. Next oar will be a great year for this American nation. It is leap year, Presidential flection year an4 the cen tennial anniversary of our independence, and for the purpose of giving us a rest during so much excitement there will be one extra Sunday, or iifty-three in all. - . ' . . -- In the following linos the word "that" is used to exemplify its various signifi cations : Vow tk' t is wnpl tt hirh may nftrn lje Joined, For Hint that may I Uoulile.l is clear to the niinl; And tluit that tluit i ripln in bi iain to the view An that that that that we use in rirlillv usel too; And tlastthnt tlwt that that line ban is riirlit. In ju'j'jirdunce with gran, mar, is plain in our fciilht. A U ITER'S FASCr. I .i you know to w hat...

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. — 20 January 1876

THE CnOSS-BOADS. WTtere the road a crossed we me! My love and I ; In the near bar the abipa ToMed heavily, lamp were one tit on earth, Win those in hMKi Trembled, for two more bearta Tbal God batb riren. Ilia accents broke the putwrf M t Umfue wm tiff ; " i He found lat worda to aay ; air ita replied. aDien kw-drew mrbi faea- , I nto L)M lirhL. v V. tnj laid - ."f smi-f-L nrtflr Inr . tlX love, goodajKht!" ; i , v 1 . v f ? At tlie-cmaa-roaf, l kiOBtJ ' J vtood KlOti, " f Bi waa urn r4 re ad... Iftn loal " I i! Uncalled, "I aiiall return!" I knew, "not ao;" Jim one in ten return! Of tiiuae tiiat fro. Ireanr the rreat world grew. And the aun cold ; So younir, an hour ago, I had rmm o.. Our tiod made me for him; W loved rarlttlirr; -w j f -Tet fate rmv ti'mt one ralf a tf And me aaolljer. i " - '7 fie ij4e kfi. TO DAFFODILS. Fair daffodil, we eep to are You hU away an atmn ; Aa yet I lie early rixina: nun J I ita Dt alUu'ned b a noon. May, flay, T'ntil the liaMiiigdny Haa run Hut to t...

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. — 20 January 1876

milan Exchange. w. iwAirc, Tdiuf a-d rafcie-e. CBS(tltrTIM RjITDI. ' Twe exftlars a fen en deller fur ItCnOu; Ifty twit for Uiree meeUn,-ttrlaiiLt hi AXCK. ADVUKTlfclSU It if Eft. 8 m TIME. 1 week ! weeks 1 weeks 4 00 ri ft 00 S w' J; on m 14 v "HI m 1 84) tw! tA S Pi 8 W 4 wl1 6 Si S M 11 lw ft (1ft1 SO' II AH 14 71 .... n.. 1 rvi If. oath ia o" f 2 it! a ri o oo '20tV3QO "ft 23 6! 37 tfj W P !7 m 44 (fi, ttl - ft t 11 SO i ft ! nr . St U SO 0" : w its ') lo (Jo ,4& 00 73 U0 LSI 00 IMrwhnJsstnaw I rear.. W (fc .3) H IobleWmBlvrrtl-BienU. lOper teat- M raaee on the abore rales. . ,. Triple-eolatna ad rertie meats, 20 per cent. M- , anoe tkr iUn rates. Aerertisements W deeepy eaewal fMUo! 10 nt cent. slvsnoe oa he ebore . , 'KrJ Notices." fin tHe nip.l.Tf U rasiag maOer.Ueeats,pcr iler . . ,i!!! VearTy aJVFlbtiUcH(J, quarterly UHalV'l'ribulpi, Jtf ;tfbrr "f re",n." marriages. ene-Balf lit regular rates. Simple aapaaaienU ef tearriaires ana aeaUis la sert4 gratis. THURSDAY, JANT 2...

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. — 20 January 1876

saw MILAN EXCHANGE, County Directory. MlLMAO TtM Wtk M.C awla-rlff a4 SMfJlkta Ball raja. TEAK'S SOCTH. auaivaa. JtmnH' 4: a. a. loy fcxpreaa, Urtmrk. llraa 4. u. lUii 11:30 P.M. 4: a. a. UMi. a. TEAKS XOKTD. Kapre.. . . Mt.. a.fo., a. AiwaBNMt, : r. m.Vt-.T r. a A. w . iajVIau, AfTCt. M. Uait aa4 CMearav SOCTH. Mail, fcapreai. ICrtS a. a. 10:30 a. . :4r. a. Man. Eaarara. 49 r. a. 4:75 r. B 1, 0. KlCHOLSOJC. Altai. a. m, J. IT. X1. , 1 k-ket Agwal. Trmlm r either rd. If aoei heuf re Uaia. aa ike otker, r.wmltkaU ctrcjTT officers. J. $. Arnold, Sharif. M C. Hoimaa, Coaaty Cait CI art. R, 1. KaiM. CkaaeaTy Cowrl Clart. Wat, Maara, dm it CeartCWfk. J sat, William., CoroaeT. t. C. Leag, Trartoa. C. Jt Witt, Tfi Cvllartor. . . Jmlah Cocpef, County Srreyr. A. 8. Carrey, SapwriatoadaatPabli. tcknh. t. X. Col. Kef btat. C1TT OFFICERS. A , ordaa, Mayer and Recorder. -J. L. WillUmaoa. City Attorney. 1. L. MeDoaali. City Marabal. I. H. Williaau. J. D. Laak , Wilara WflllaB- I jtm, S. F Raakia,...

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. — 20 January 1876

Kabbits are so thick on the lower portion of BeaAJUvw-lb,4kW10 crops can be rt.pt;;Jji $ 1 1 f . ; j SNOW-6U the railroad tracks in the Sierras, and no fears of a blockade &rojxil-r .,, India has not a simrle port on the coast line rWfaml&jfiiat' vast sea i f'ointta where a vessel could discharge her carC; JT Af ' wieh (Conn.) l'ost-ollice several days Wfore Christmas, addressed in a child's hand, to, "jSantvClans.;'. f It wasjjuld for postage '' 1 ..jj,:." Kestvckt nas a tv that all monej won in betting on Mections' shafl becoii1 fiscated to the school fund 'and-tlie (Irand Jury at Louisville are soiling uj a fearful list of indictuitotji. 1 I A woman at Xew Haven recently bought, at an anctioa sale, for a few cents, a $1,500 India ahaw, which had accidentally got among some articles sent to the auction rooni.-' ;' ! ' Ponn Ih att happy, man lias met somewhere in his .recent travels a wo- man tT"wlolTrhc"S3 jT: Hm-assise mali'MMxi herl-nir T1 Tin liMwiClitmK'thitBiiH , ller...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 January 1876

PEOPLE KILL TALK. You may set through the world, but twill beTcry low. If to 3 linen to all that la mid uron go; You'll I worried and fretted and kept in stew. For meddlesome tongue must bare something to tio. And people will tell. .. If quiet and modest, you'll hae it presumed That vour humble position i only assumed You're a wolf in beep' clothing or else you're a fool ; But dont get eaeited ke-p perfectly cool, tor jieopUs will talk. And then, if roo show the least boldness of heart liri alight inclination to take your own part, Thev will call youan upstart, conceited and vain, Vu.'kerp straight ahead dont KUip to explain t or people will talk. If threadbare your dress and old fashioned your hat, Siime one will surely take notice of that, And bint rather strongly that you eant pay your y; Hut don't get excited, whatever theY My For iieople will talk.' If your tlrese in in fahh ion, don't thins: to ecae. For they criticise then ma different fbsiw; You're ahead of your means, or yo...

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. — 27 January 1876

. lf i m MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A; WADE, IkUtr and rnl.llf.her. KrRM RIITIO KTKS. Tn ASllnri" n vrnr- tnl.llr for nit month.'; f:y cent., fur lure mouths, u AlUiHLV i au VivrK. AOVMtTINIXU KtllS. 5 1 1 2 I f ,1 wk J Merit I 1 :i ji ( ... (i i j l i im 4 .-a I S 'V 9 l hi Ji m , i 7 l" (" l'i (" 2.1 ll i II W " --' " I" li 'l 7". . in ' (M .i tai '( week- , 2 mi .1 i;' 1 month 2 ' 4 i 2 " ; 4 no i .' .t " 1 S ii s 4 I A in In I' 11 Hi 17 V ' r.i IT III in i.i 7 t' j1 im iij ii 'J' i' -7 ti i i' 7" i 'it' ir ii 2 - 1 1 - ii -.-'. l t III ll ll Ml l i -i ;( .is hi . in Ir, ii t year. 12 id Jt m 2 "i ! t 41 w TH m 1JI ii I)iiu!ilc-pliipn alveni-cmeuU, li'pcrccnl. J- V;itil-e "Tl till nli.ile rate. Triple -r 'henr. n.kciti.-cimr.ts, 2l per cent, a.l- vaiir'.- on t!i" hIhivc rili'.. Ailvcitii'-iii'-iit. In o riii'.v spc-inl position, 10 i.cr crnt. nth nme on tin Htmvf nite: "l.fiil .Notices," i'.ti the rmf Tpo local re-ailing iimiu r.l 1" reiit p. r nlie; All .rain .rut mi '. tj-tUr tliriil.....

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. — 27 January 1876

MILAN EXCH ANGE. County Directory RAILROAD riMtTAI-E.. tstwiat II JtnlnU BIIrl. Tit 41X3 3?CTrt. . . lu.mMn.tition 4:.'si A. w. 4:;V a. M. hail. ll:Ir... if.il. fc press. a. IM'i a. m. l:'Jl P. M . 10::l P. H. 1, H.I.IIH.Ml.AieOl. Elw;COLBMAX,TktA-.wt. , iw Orlaa, fit. Lala and Chirac. BOVTU. I'M'. a. 1: t. . La press, Mail, fcxpre'f. r. . 7.-IT. . NORTH. - A. :!' A. , J. 1. XICIIOLSOX. Afrtl. Trains im either r'.ad. if uwiswry, wait balf t ir irvn TI,L',.i Ai-nL an hoar f' trains on tne iimt. Ct'XTT OFFICERS. J. 15. Arnold. Sheriff. M. C. Holim. County Cwirrt OVrfc. K. K. Kaiiies, Chancery Court Clerk. Win. Moore, Circuit Court Clerk. J one. W ill in in. Cormier. J. C. Long;, Trnic. . J. Witt. Tax Collector. Jiifc Cooi-cr, County (urrry. A. ?.CnrreY.FnperintrTilclit rnblie Schools. W. R. Co. Kef later. CITY OFFICERS. A . Jordan. Mayor and KermrJer. i. L. Willlamsen. City Attorney. 1 J. U. MeHnuald. Ciiiy Jnrtlial.t E. II. William?. J. l. Lwsk, Wilaoit William .on, K. F. Hankin, n. ...

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. — 27 January 1876

('ENEHAL BREIYTfES. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and three inches of flan nel extra on the rh'iMren's 1p:3 this wason will nave more than that length in the din-tor's bill. The Huston Coroners compete ener getically fur business, and in the case of a recent fatal accident three separate inquest were held. The courts will de cide which was the legal one. . As an indication of the extraordinary niil !nes of the weather on New-Year's Iay, it if reported from Montreal that caterpillars were out in search of food, and narrows .were seen to build. Snowfalls under a cloudless sky are common in Virginia City, puzzling strangers. The rinow is blown from Mount P.ividsou, which is close by the t' 'Wn, and is whirled through the streets by the wind. Ex-Mavok Lewis, of New Haven, shut his coat-tail in the door of a house in which he had made a call, and was held out of reach of the bell-handle. Th-idaof slipping out of the coat does not K'cm to have .struck him, for he re mai...

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. — 3 February 1876

r PARSOX KELLY. BT NABtOX IKHGLAS. OM Parson Kellv's fair ronn wife Irene Pied when hut tlire months wed. AmI no new love has vex come between His true heart and Uiedead. Thouph ow for sixtv years Die (rasa bu grown t'pon her irravc, and un lis simple fclone Xlie mows And yellow lichens creep her name croi. Oiitile the door. In the warm summer air, The M man sits Vr honrs. The idle wind, tl.t stirs hi silver hair, I sweet with June first flowers; Hut dull Ins mind, and clouded with the haze tlllilc's Inst weary, gray November days: A nd dim The jart and pre sent look alike to him. The f unny sc-ne around, confused and blurred. The twiitcr of the birds. Blend in ln mind nl voios long since heard dad childh'HidV careless word. Old hynin and Srr:ptiirc lexu; while indistinct Vet stron. one thouicht witu all fair things is llllhlll The bride Of his lost youth is ever by his aide. By It sweet wei .-ht of snowy blossoms bowed, The nt-e tn-e branch ban? low. And in lie sunshine, like a fle...

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. — 3 February 1876

,3 -v) J 4 MILAN EXCHANGE - rnM-mrTM rati:. - Hollars yr: one dollar for mj month-; ffly "-ot r-r three months ivbilt i n- AIVi:RTIl RATKt T :TH -4 I W , . I 1 week t .., i week ' - '' 3 'fi i s "! 11 :" v' ' I innnlh' 7' 4 ""' 1 Uu 1" l) l-" '' Z , ... to n vi it .i ai to 4 - r, u, to to 14 17 .' '. .V :C ' 5 7 i 12 '' 1 ' "" " m " .. i in Hi :!i ll .'4Mi ' iti Wl 1(. !- im id 2S I" .S ' " l'1' fj Hi ? ifl i-T ' 4-"' 75 in 151 " I rear ... TJ ' .d.uhlecoimnn iiJvcrli-einent". Hrer rent. ad vance on t lie atmvc rites. . triple -column li-erlii'eiiicnt, JO fercent. t-van'-e on tli- iiVmivi- rt'. . Averti'm-iil t.i vni'V i..o-ial pnitmn, 10 r)er-nt. .lvnfiii tlie e thi-. "I,.i.al .iti-"-." iin the tmr type AS loral ron.linr i.ntiT. l'lcentx lr line. ; U transient n.lt crtijiincntj' inuhlhepniU fpT nl . j.lvann. Yearly advcrlUoments, qcar!"!r.y in iiilviiniv. " i!,iiiisri 'Iributc of Respect a r-"ir.rlon innrriMee. one-half of regular rate. hiinplr nnnoiiiiei mfut of luurriairo nml dea...

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. — 3 February 1876

: ! i t MILAInT ex-change. County Directory.- RAILROAD TIWH-TABLE.' I,nJvlIl and JIcnipiil Railroad. TRAI5S sorm arkitev TrriT. i-M A. U, H. A. M. 11:19 a. M. 11: r. . AecoimBodatinp,, Hut Kxprwrs, tW-e.ug'n, Hail, . . TRAlSS KORTIT. Mail. S:40 p. W." :f5 p. . hxpress. :'! ... 10 a. M. Accommodation, ld:Sip. v. luiiijr. . A. W. LOVING, Ascot. EDW. CO LEMAX Ticket Aont. Kcw OrIa,'KL. I.kiHs anf lhi?gf. SWTrf . Mail, tx press:. r.. , iO:r.A. ?t. KORTIT. Mail. Expr-? ' , n:.i a.-m. o:-to A. 1 1. O. KlCHOLSOj. Aaent. 6:4a A. M J IT HEFTt. Ticket A acnt. .Trams ob either rt.ad.JC ue-'itiuxj, wait hnlf l hour ! trains on tha o,iltcr. i : COCXTY GTFICERS. J. B. Arnold, ff.VflS". M. C. HolmV. County Court Clerk. It. E. Raines, Chancery Court Clerk. Vi'm. Moore, Circuit Court Clerk. Jona V!".iiiniM. Coroner. J . C. Long, Trustee, fj. J. Witt, Tax Collector. ...(.siah Cooper, County Surre?tf. A. 8. Cnrrey. SuperintcDIt PaV.k retools. W. K. Cox. Register. CITT OFFICERS.' A. Jordan. Mayor anil ...

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. — 3 February 1876

A rhllaathrojilsfn Experiments with the Heathen (.hint. The Rev. Br. Hawkshaw, a practical philanthropist, has been prosecuting some interesting psycholopcal experi ments in San Kramiseo with a view to determine the mental and moral status of the Chinese character. In order to make this test thorough and impartial he has during the last few months had five of the Chinese nominally employed, although his real object in maintaining them was that be might etudy their pe culiarities. He has reached the conclu sion that the moral deficiencies of these people arise mainly from their lack of education aud their constitutional and mental peculiarities. He has been in the habit of daily lecturing these pupils, through an interpreter, on the simple elements of moral principles at the same time testing their appreciation of his teachings. We. will let a San Francisco paper relate what success has attended these systematic efforts to reclaim the reverend gentleman's heathen proteges: " His pupi...

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. — 10 February 1876

TWO. AFABT. One tlnr, one roof, one name, their dally bread In daily ncrnnwnl they break Together, awl tnrptlier take lVrfx-tiial roun-'l, eurh use bm fed The habit of, in mmli which make Nolle. Kur emii-tpey1 pwret rake. An i pity's, one lre heart, whofte Joy it dead Smile ever, anwerinK words which wake ' Hut wmii; hide all it ache, Iu lio-icMi actic, iu longing and iU dread; Mmnj as a mart r at the flake U-iiooncinp self; atrimr to slake I it pan.-, of thirst on buter hyssop red itu rin rwl On brave, stmnx hearUl oi set nil uav, all hour aimrt Joy content at Hi. hour appointed. T(KtiTI!ER An,iIir1l.',?0,'ht'.,, wm"',; "We continent. And fph -..,, band to wparste n T. ri?V. ' h" '""""I the element. ir or t-w iftncM.- nn it overweight n !T Ir ,,"lh ,k M,n " accidents ? ror lliem, t- ociKtaiit kwp ami state -Message of their ineffable oonieiits. An. I rapture earh in mrli. So rreat T heir burs in i.rvior. vn tate,- r -- In parting- tk-m. hu'.n f.Hmd no instruments w lnuer (tain iii'...

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. — 10 February 1876

KlILAN EXCHANGE. W.A. WAnE, Editor nnd PnMlaher. uriwitirtiojf ft.vrrs. Two dollar? a y'r: o;ic Jullar for six ninthr; ty rents for three tr.oi.tht. ixvaktabLT l id- 5 SC. aovijktimxo rates. ? ! 3 ? t" S" " x S 5" 3- I I g r s i i week 2 weeks 1 ! 1 7". I .W 3 (01 4 ff Ml 10 (X) 1 50 t Mi 3 Mil 4 6fli 6 H: .W 15 ! in 3 Cj! 4 To1 5 7V 8 (l 12 M 211 im 2 Mtl 4 mii S Wi T f 10 tti lr ; 2 1 month A V ? " 1 year... t. r- I ( .so li fi il i.:i 0" .Vj (l HO 00 li fai 17 III 51 ( 2"1 ir IS 0" li (I li () (ft 1 00 27 Wl SJ (l 4'. Wl.75 Ml 120 J Souble-colutnn advertisements, 10 percent. ad vance on the above rates. . Triple-colnnin advertisements, 20 per cent. ad . vanne on the above rate. Advertisements to occupy special position, 10 . fr rent. advance on I lie alwve rate. "Local Notices," (in the same tpe at local reading mattcr.Hilccnti. per line. All transient advcrtisetnenU' nio-t ocpaid for in advance. Yearly advertisements, quarterly ,in advance. T)bitaaries. Tributes of llrspcct and ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 February 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, FFlTY 10. 18 , 6. LOUISVILLE & GT. SOUTHERN RAILROAD USE. TRAIN iIf' HOUTII. No. 1 Ko.J No. 5 Jan. SO. Daily Ex Daily. Imily. j honda. Lv Milan J11if'!p.m.'ll:.'a.m. 4:t", am Ar lluiulx.l.lt iUi:t"..ra..l2:2f..m. 5.(6 Brownsvillel U.X. " It " 6:10 " Mcmphil I 6:40 " I : :0 Train No J connect at Mem Mr with Mem phis Little Bock K"y r Little Rock aad aU point in TrifcJ and Arlrnim. TRAINS GOIXH WORTH. ' No. 2 No. 4 No. Jan. 30.15. lvily. Daily Ex Vilf. I iSaadair. Lv Memphis...- 12:4op.ni.: 3:ISa.ai 4: IS.. 7:S0 ' S:00 :45 " .! " W.45 " Ar l!rownllle 3: V "" i :10 Humboldt...! 4:A0 :25 " " Milan 5 :) " T.y Milan M " Ar Mckcuie... 6:"i5 " " Paris 7:t " " Teon. Riv. I :o7 " ' Clarksrille llrou " liutbrie U:Xl " KusseUille ,l:2Ti.m. " liowlinsr Ur I ::'." "' " lilMxKow Jc 2:41 " Cave City.- 2:.V " Elisxbetlitn 4::".l " " Lebanon Jc 5:2 " Cincin'ti Jc: :2 " luiville ..1 7:i0 " MS " " 9, HI " 10:10 " lis " l:4om. S.t " 3:15 " 4: " 5)4 " .:nS " 7:f " ttW " :45 ...

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. — 10 February 1876

0 TTTr-r UESERAL BREVITIES. The Swelish-.Gvern merit wil . .Kend to tbe ifairt!tf lixhibitnvaiam-' moth collection of minerals found with in its limits amonjr which -v. ill beu )er, load, zinc, cobalt, liickcl, oxides, silver, iron, rroliL-jmia ii(5a,lrand "fll stones of economical importance. These are also a Jt to. the Jju.itT.nian Insli- GT. CfhftuE 7. Colk," who made liim-self widely known l.v killing L". II. Hiseock, in Albany, Y., ju "lad, U dead- -Aftr Ms acrjnjttal he enlisted in the armyV servinpr until .a tsir njro, when he lx'paa.pi-c-tine as a "jdiysiciau in New Mexico. The iiiiMiiitv wlJcli the jury dec ided was the cause pf Jus crime never showed usts'J afterward. .- ; "(Sksekal" ('k, now living- in Van Wert Comity, Ohio, wu born July 4, 177C':-" Uolh V:u''Dt-s. 'or! 'mtt.saercl hy In.Tiaiis. lie served through the war of l-ili, aol was with Gen. "Scott at the c.-inuww f Xi.-irnra and Fort (Jeortre Mrs. (e, nprd .), itod several children ran jiiM'Mn Jtf Teara-of are, u...

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