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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 February 1876

mmmmmmmmmmammmimi - .1 ,,, , , .,1 , - 1 THE MISSION OF ST. VALESTIKE. BIS BTOBT. I paaaed hr oa the etrert to-day : The wild crowd hid her far away. And hiu-ind m put iu ahininr; Yet Junt that moment' Waiter a-k-am Grow a fairer thaa my fairest dream. And ahame my weak repining. What though no knijrht of blazoned croaa Could bold hi Ixve soon bluer ioc When baa a'l bar removed IhtI Sinre he who love, by that alone Claim Life's dlvlneat aa hi own, . 'J'ia aonetlilnf to have loved her. A nd aometimna Hill thoae bar of fate ' Are ahaivrnd to the Eactaanted (,aie, hwuntr wide in sweet ie.niiiim; And aontetimea mil a on in re liea Within Uie 1UM ami raraeateye, nan1:hg a world' dcrifcion. Perhaps lie still, my heart! she wear That untie for hi reward m ho dare Repeat the aUn-y ol len ; Perhaps this Ira4rn casket keeps borne KifU lieyond Uie rarnered heap Ol treasure in the guUltn. fio speed thee, dainty Valentine, And tell her all Die secrets thine My yearning eye have told her. Cease, ...

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. — 17 February 1876

rJ n MIL: AN EXCHANGE. j.r r; ; M . i.WADE, lAlM JTnLlshr. ftrBSrtlirTlOX KATI.S. Tin dollars a year: on dollar for six montrc 1ft r ret.u fur toroo mouths, lsaaiAfci.r II ai- V AM'f. ADVEUTIKIXU KATLS. o 3 1 J wed; j 1 OHi 1 731 2 SO! 3 00, 4 i, 6 S! 10 UU 2 ks ' 1 VI. 2 .V, S .V)' 4 Scl 6 9 .V) K. (l .2weVi i t Hi: t LSI 4 .' 5 75 0 ' 12 ft" 2i W 1 iii'Dtii 2 SO' 4 (ii 5 fi 7 ( ll IS Oil. 2.") ml V. " .4 mi, ( Sii t cl 11 I ' 22 5"" 4l X " ' Mm 8 SO 11 .Kl 14 76 JO ' i fi CO 10f 14 m 'i :'i 2-t .ri '!T '' ft" i 7 no )i '" 11 00 20 ri 27 'i 44 ' 7" I S ft- fa S" 1 l 22 Hi l J (' ' ft i H 00 23 (Ml 2 "0 St i iv 0" l't" HI '' ii 3i 00 27 Hi XI Hi 75 120 l r, 1 ye: r ;: Trii. ! ..-column a dvertiseiiieuti, 10 per cent, ltd- e n the above rates. ,-.-ilom advertisements, 20 percent. Kl- ',n the nove nwr. ; . v . i i .i-.-1 :i.-uifi.i u owU.jr rrini rwti.'n, io ; -il Xoti'," (' th same type locml j rf mattrr.) M ni- P r iine. , . t .'I:. in it-nt ivcrlisi'inciitnuuMj-IiJ fur Jn . . nr. Y...

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. — 17 February 1876

.Sl4. -4 I ! I 1 MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY. FF13Y 17, 1878. LOUISVILLE & OT, I X...1 : JB.-f. Kff4. 'Daily list . . v 1 rwaday. I Daily. 1 I.v awlnn 11 :.'(') p.t.V' )':ri.m.: 4:33 Ar-Hambohh rlsh.t'.a.ti'.' 1:;4" p.m.: 5rui " '.'Brownsville 2:i") ". 11:11 " 6:10 " " Memphis.....' 5:4U " ; S: " res Train No S funn'1-! at Memphis with Mem-I-hi i Little K k K.'r ' ,x Little Bock and all )Mint ia Tvxjut p.v.1 Arkansas. TRAINS tlOINU NOKTll. No. I Daily. I So. 4 'Daily Ex I t-uu.lay. No. Darlf: Jan: 'Jl; MP"; L .M-p'ftt. ..iri.m.l VlSa.m, Ar llr.wviile, fctt " I 6:M " Humboldt... 4:.-M " I 7:25 9:ll 9:41 " 9zM " .' Milan I 5:l " ; (8: 1.1 LrMilaa.. i :) " I Ar Mrkcniie-.l i: w ! :2l 10:45 " rii ; -mi " lo-.v " " Tewn. Kiv. t W:07 " tl J) " Clarksvllle 'll:(l " f.tfp-m, " Kusselville ;l2:2a.m. " ISowliug tiri l:'J3 " " Glasgow Jc 2:' V ('live Cily 2:SC " " Klisabethtn,' 4:51 ' " l.tbennuJu 2$ 5: IS r,:ia 7:n fl:4l " Louisville.. I 7:W'M "i'..:'K Train 'o 2 ronnirt at Unmboldt and Mila...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 February 1876

ft ( (JESEttAL BREYITIES. Every man bas a place in this world, t hough many are at the bottom of the heap. - The police expenditure of the Sultan of Turkey ban been $2,000,000 a year ever since his accession. A c.iax in Medina, Ohio, has a head just the size of Daniel Webster', or three inches larger in circumference than the average of men. Bonner is called a horse-collector, and hi atablc a horsc-albura. He" nas a passion for buying great racer, and shutting them up in luxurious retire ment, j ' A rmzFx of Sonicrvllle, Mass., was surprised by the deliver- of a coflin at his house ; and later a hearse and eight carriages came. It was the jokof a n natic. Another deadly explosive ha been discovered in lh shape of barreled Ranrkraut. A Reg of it went off the other day making a terrible noise, and smashing things generally. TROr. TorRV, of Baltimore, bought samples of the kerosene sold in the stores, and found bv experiment that more than half of the stuff was very dangerous, giving 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. — 24 February 1876

A WOMAiTS QUESTIOSIXO. It w ecrald know 1 If we oonld know Komethinc of that which lies below Tbe losrninjr froth and l)Obli( show Of Vu'i iove fraught with Woman's woe : If weooold know beforehand we Who laaach npon that unknown sea It fathomless uncertainty, bo awif t to surge, swii t to Bee Should we thus haute to scatter wide Our thoushu, oar bopes, oar aim, our pride The love thai never e in amue ICoelf, nor slakes, though denied; That, not like man's, but still and strong. Tender, yet framed to suffer long To suffer slight and suffer wrong And ntrer but to One belong? If we could know I If we could know I We women, we who lore litem so Hhoulii we hare strength this way to go? But 1 forget Uod wills it so. OXLY A BABY. TO A MTTL.S. OKI JfST A WEEK OLD. OtiIt a baby, Only a baby, Thoiit any ha'r. Teeth none at all; Opt just a litlle What are you good for Fus here ami there. Only wsaiuali:' Only a baby. Only a baby. Name you hv none Juot a week old Ban-loti ami dimpled, Wlrnt are...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 February 1876

rratsZ3c. we "T88BHI rr :tii I; MILA.N EXCHANGE. W. A.WADE, Editor and rnbliwhrr. RI BMRirTlOX, HATCH. I Two dollar gear: one dollar forsii month-1 fly ecuU fur three months, invakiailv is i- AI1 IRTISIXW RATE. cr 3 I. ! i ? 3 i i TIME. 3T I wee k I 1 U' I r.i 2 .Vl' r.i. 2 Vii 2 .si: H nOj 4 ' 6 Ml, Hi I" i Mi; 6 I'l Si Ml lri On 2 weeks 1 .weeks I mi s -J I W .1 TV ' 12 a t nn.lh 9 Sir 1 l a .Si I 7 Ol 10 l !' l' I" 8 1 4 n f, Ml' So 11 ll 1 li t ?' "i 5 i'l Ml II Mi H 71 J" ii ii -"i 0 in. Ill Mi 14 ft' 17 Mi HI Mi :T, ( tti m 5 fri II mi I' ) S 27 i'l 1 7li (i H i' 1'! Ml 1H li -21 m :i " Mi i"i w ( 4 -6 " 6 " 1 year... i(l (mi 17 I'l (i 2 i'i . mi Ri 1" l" 112 uu ai tl iT (Hi XL no 4". l 75 m 1JUM luble-climn advertisements, lflpcr cent. ad- vance on the above rates. r. , -.-r . Triple-column advertisement', .0 in rrcnt. ad- vura on the above rnl'-. ' Advertiseineats tu occupy special position, 1 cr cent, sd.-ance on the above rates. .! Notion." lin the Mini type as local readi...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 February 1876

4 . 4 I KIILAN EXCHANGE - r - THURSDAY, FFJtti?" I e Tt Southern jUlfcrijAO LINK. TKulNS i01KJ SOUTH. 1 No. 1 i ,a.lV I. Daily Ex I r-unday. I Ne. Daily. No. 5 lily. l. Milan -ll:5lip.m. 11 ).. 4 -V.a tjv r hamboldt I'iVia.tu. 12 p.m., 5 MO ". " Brownsville : n:u '.'. Memphis ' :) " 1 3:3U a.0 " Train N Jmintcti at Memphis with M("iliV this x Little Hock K'y 'r Little Roc iV.'i'ail points in Text and Arkansas. TRAINS UOINti NORTH No. 2 Daily. No. fi Daily. Jan. 30, 1876. Dailf 1 I.t Memphis.... 12:40p.m. Ar Brownsville, 3:V " ,1.IU. 4 :15 p JU 7:iJ V. 9:41 " !:.rs " II uiuboldt-.. 4:50 " 5:l V. 6:M 'C 7:40 :f V. " Milan I.t ,l ilan Ar Mckenxie.- " Paris Tenn. Kiv. His '-Jti. " 110:4 TO " ; h:f " l-jg., i '' ti " Clarksville 1 ih.3 v. 1' T " " tiulhrie ' Kussrlville Howling tir t.X Glasgow J-"' 2.(1 Cave City, ,! 2T.V Elir.abcthV. m 4.1 a' ". .v.-.-.-. I 7:M ". I 8:4 . j...r.V 9:4.5 " ..... C'iin'ii("-Tc( 6 5 Iiuitt laJ 7:U0 zr-TTt- i : rr: rr.T"! W:05 frum yits Pimth thcrcf for Lnuh...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 February 1876

GENERAL EEETITIES. The design for General Jeb. Stuart's monument, executed by Colonel W. H. Johnson, is now on exhibition at Rich mond, Va, A pptbit medium showed a ILilwau ke editor that he could raise him up on a tabl. lhi was while they were both under the table, ' The London Times la said to be no jrotiating lor the exclusive use of the Anjrlo-American cables on Sunday nights during the Centennial. Last year the town of Winter, Cal., was a wheat field, and a crop was gath ered from it. To-day it has i.'.no in habitant, and town loU are worth $000. There hi a person living in Vincland, . J., by tne name of heott, who is tne youngoht of seven living children whose father fought in the Revolution and died in 1842. David Duplet Field, the eminent lawyer, signed his name recently to a legal document and sent it to the print er. The signature appeared it print, "Tried and duly filed." TnK.Tapaneo Government has ob tained the temporary services of Tresi dent Clark, of the Massachusetts...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 March 1876

, A LOST HOUR. A bofiron iitnmcr morn, W hen half tins world was Mill, The dear was freah in the Mw-mom hay, And the bridal vail of Uie fair voanf iy Hung o'er toe purple hill. The sheon-hAlls UnU. d arxoas the (lopei, Swnct urn rllla chime; Jtutlertlie fluted aUiwart the down, llm ent mumiorinr. btify and brown. Over the 1 Migrant thyme. A lamraid ealm and a"dull content, b.Wwe inrtead of speech; The wind sirned low, and the lark sane hiph, But the -l.len h ur.f oar lire went by. And drifted oat of reach. We both went bark to aa eager life; Kut in its pause to-diiy The drraini oi that polden honr returns, And my Jadrd spirit fn-w and yearns Kor one chance swept aw ay. The yearaereeri on. and Uie heart rr .ws tired Krrn i hi- f ulllll.-d. And turn away from the world's strong wine V ith fevered lips, that mnbt ever pine r or that pure draught we spilled. And yet, perrhanre, whea our long day wanes We shall m t asi-'in on the prwn hill tide. And li rt, in the toli-uin ert-iitide. lhe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 March 1876

4 ! ! I i I -:? ' - " ' ' y ' - '" ,.. . .i . ,- MILAN EXCHANGE. M". A.WAHE, Editor and I'nUli-lwr. M KM RIITIOX HATLV ' Two doHam year; nito dollar f irsix monthr; Efiy cents for three mouths, iM'AHiiiii.r is au- APVI KTIMXG KAT1:N. 2. a I I 1 itk ! 1 H 1 7"l 2 Vi' 3 ori 4 ol r i" 111 2week I I ."ill. 2 vl! 3 ;V' 4 .7 1- f. "I ! .V 1 .wkf ! 2 '' 3 o' 4 Mi a 7'.' H " 1J Si 1 month 2 4 n .' .'i 7 i V' ' " 1,1 -T' 2 " 4 0 .vl S Ml 11 J.i l"l ii .VI l Ol a ! s mi 'm ii in ji T.i J" i"' ' 4 if (m 10 5i 14 (Vi 7 .71 S' ''i .'!7 'f' i"' " ? " I'M UfilHMiWiri'' 44i 7ni ti " I Ij U ' 1 OH I'. l ri" 9 " 'b- ! I. i " 2 ' I"' i" 1 ci.r...il.' .. i 27 -1 . ("2:'"' 1-"" "J I'liubl'-c.'lninn advci ti-i incuts, l'i per cent, ad vance nn the nlmw rates. Triple-column advertisements, 20 rer cent, ad nnw 'in the above rate. . . Advertisements to nei-n:y s-po-tal pinlion, 10 imt cent, mlvanrf on the above riilcn. 'Lo'-al Notice"," tin the same tvc at local rt.-tidin? inntti-O 1" ccnt per line. All tra...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 March 1876

;1 I 1- MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY. MARCH 2, 187v dr.ri tijik. lOUISVIliE &Gt,SflUTHERH tuaixs sorrir. I No. 1 Jan. 30,ir. ,Iaily Kj i hunday. No. i lai"r.' I aany. It Milan. ll:-Vip.m.- H:V a. V.- t-'a in ' llruwusv ill 2T ' Memphis ' .7:411 K:40 Train No .1 flan ret at Mrmflil-with Mcin lhu .V Li'le Kork lfy ;r J.iuic Uml aud all f.oint in Text ami Arki.'usM.- TRAINS liOINti NOKTII. . i Unity. ' '... 4 I I -1 1 r i: ; r-llllday. ! N... Uaily. Jan. 30. im- I lY JIkbPiw.... 12:4i'p.iii. Ar ltroa tisv illv r.i:rVi nnmljoUt...' 4.l " " Milan : " J.v Milan , fi.-it " Ar McKeniie... " " Harie 7:40 " " Trim. Kiv. j ll:li7 " ' Clarkfville 11:' " " liulbrie 11:'"I " ' liuiwh ille a.m. " 1:.. line ir li:'.' ' " lilascnw Jr, 1!:41 " " t'avc Cilr ! -:-v '.' KlizahrtMn. 4:.M , Lebanon Jr' " " CillWn'ti Jp' : ! Louisville..! 7:i " 1:1'. a.m. 7 :'." " s i: :! p. in :: ' I l;l : :4 1I:4" :: " JU " 1I:H " ll:l 1:4 !, 2 ) ' " 4::' f-.wK Krl " ' lo.tii "' Train No 2 crmm'Jts M rfumholdt mi'l Milan...

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 March 1876

VEXE1ML BEETITIKS. In towns on the Rhine, where Dutch rirls are often sent to school, they en joy among their German companions a special reputation for beauty. A RECETtTLT published English book is said to have cost 20.000. There are only 550 copies, at 8 apiece, printed. The author is getting rich slowly, slow ly. - Fob just 84 hours New Orleans erasp- od ana iremoiea ana jiurranea ana strutted over a chicken with four legs and five wings. Then it died the chicken died. A New York rowdy was shot through both cavities of the heart and lived 33 hours after the wound had been inflicted- The case is without precedent. They have a new barrel-making ma chine at Wells, Minn., that makes a barrel with but a. single stave, and heads and hoops it. The Cahawba River, Alabama, runs for miles through a bed of rich coal from eleven to thirteen feet in thick ness, which of itself forms the river banks. ' A glass cylindrical shade or cover for a statue, which is to be exhibited at the Centennial,...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 March 1876

TEE PA ?-TENDER'S 'S TOR T." IiT I I I.I O AlCkW RK.HT. - When I knew him Hi flirt, there ws something, A aort of a FPTM-r.il air. Thai was vpry particular pleasing. Ami what vou mii-lil cjiii ticlHrnalr. I'm irrf that rxprerr.ion is rYcnchy, Ati'l h glifalulin perliap; Wfili-nriu thai I have tire acqritinuince Ut several quality chupa, . . .- And such ia tlie way tlrey converses. But. streaking of thia here young man, Apparently .Nature had shaped liiia ' On a sort rf lilreral plan; Had (tut him good lo-'ka . nd pool language, And innnm-rs expreHng with vim Bia Irelirf in himwlf . aiJ thai other Was J lift as good 1 tilers a? him. 1 hare noticed Fm rather observing Tliat those that are hnrf Dlicxt here . Are tne sort that are seldnrncrt given " ' To indulging themselves in llic tear That they ain't lie ng thought of sufficient: And cor.trnrywife it ia true. If a man don'tailmirc hiniM,f anv. Ilia outbiile admirers in few. Well, thia chap wann't atu k-tip hy do meana. Nor inclined t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 March 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. (irS(liniM BATE. Two )olli.r year: w dollar for six month-; fivmau lur tin naoa'-iu. iXAUiiu is ad- fifty cent lor fiscr. ADTTBTISIXO RATES. 2 I 5 i. 1 I 2 I B ? r i r p f ? r ! ! 1 week 2 k ,;weks 1 month 1 W) 1 ' 1 75 2 W 2 Sol 3 001 4 00 fi .Vi 3 VI 4 'l 6 0o ; 9 S: 111 on 15 OH Si (l IS w 40 0 mi on 60 (XI 4 .! 8 J"l 8 i' 12 w 5 5C ,7 fit 1" 00 IS i: so VI 8 fi 11 0" 1 SO 1 ? 14 7ft '20 AO 14 pn 17 fittzi So 31 no 1R 22 S 0T 8 fi : 00 10 ,l w w 7 00 12 fti 10 on a 00 27 00 U 00 0 (HI in r on 2- oo :i0 no w ki so on 10 on l? fn on 2 ijo'm on S no Kfi mi 12 On. 30 frSl 27 00.33 0U45 00 75 (W 1JU yew.. Donble-extiuttB advertisements, 10 percent. ad vance on lite above rates. Triple-oollimn advertisements, 20 per cent. M . vans o the above rate. . Advertisements to occupy spocial pnsllKfw, 10 . be. rent, advance on the above rate, 'oral Notices," (in the lime type as local . reading mnttcr."i 10 cents per line. All transient advertisement must be paid for in advance....

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 March 1876

El MILAN EXCHANGE; THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1S70. t OXDKXSEO time. LOUiSVILL fiT, RAILROAD LtH TRAIS9 OOIA'Q 80CTU. I So. 1 No. i ily T.t tally. an-lai I Ne. Daily. Jan. 30. 137& Pull bo; tv Milan - II Slb-m-.lliMa-m. Ar ll.mb.4dt ,12 33 ,lu. a.m. ; s tt " :1 -:u " ' Brownsville, 'i-.ih 1:30 1 MempMe -Vet! 3:3U Train NnifOinnerta at Memphis with Mem-t-his A Little Kork il y Little Rock aad ail point ia Imi aad Arkansas. TRAIN'S GOIXti NORTH. No. 2 I No. 4 No. Jan. 1S76. lMily. Daily El lsaily. I faaday. I t Memphis.... 12:IU.m. sr Mrownsville -vii . Humboldt...! ' Milan 1.T Mi I. a Ar Mekensie " I'ari " Term. Riv. Clarksville tiatbrie " Rosselville Howl a :ir " tilasgow Je " Cave City... " Klisabethtii I.rlimoTI Je " LBirile..! 7:00 Train f o 2 connect! at Ilnmboldt and Milan Irutn Kint rvratn tnrreoi lur jxiaitruie: mi Outaria a-lik 11 L 4 C K R'y: at Lebanon June- ion with Knoiville Jt Rirhnnnd Kranrhe: at inHnnati Junrtlim with lt' 1I.KK f.tbe Tiortta and Kaft; at L-.aiilU with I 8...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 March 1876

6EXEEAL ERETJ.TLES. . There are two hundred tons of silver coia in the Boston Sub-treasury. Dr. Cctteb says that steaming should take the place of boiling in cook ing, in order to prc9ervo the salts in food. Santa Axtca; warnod by the fate ff WashiTljtrm;tias bonht a monnmnt. He is resotrrd to b mourned over, if he lias to do it hiuiielf.- i i t Is Cashmere India iC may re'juire thirty men for a year, or many month?, according to the fineness of the texture, to produce a dozen shawls """" - lUTMAMTT. Tour conquered, fo do not defpise, llul treat him nublr while u an; In e'-rj Iwtie gome nirrow lice, in every jnnk.il thw's man. T Dn. ilATrORf,f Larnnrt. who drew up the Woman Suffrage law for the Wyoming legislature, says there Ate not twenty-five people in the Territory who would now vote for its repeal. Fights at the polls, street brawl and barroom rows never oocur. i ? . The habit ol opium-smoking in the Chinese dens at Virginia City is becom ing so common among the white people, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 March 1876

DEEP' TS TIIE VALLEY. IP in lb valley, afar from every beholder. Id the May morning- my true love came to me: saw, ucr head upon my boulder; Fondly we di earned of the days about to be; rondiy we dreamed of the dayi ao aoon to be. Deep in Uie valley, tlie rain falla colder and colder; Safely he rleept beneath the church-vard tree, let Mill 1 (ve her hand upon mr shoulder. Yet atill I dream l the davt tfiat could not be; Yet lull I weep o'er the dr timt will not be. iin. Muloci-CraiJc. ESC HA ST ME XT. The Mill we aee on the ocean Are a white a white can be; Hut never one in the harbor Ai white aa Ue aaiU at ae.' And the clouda that crown the mountain 1U1 purple and rld delight Tnrn to cold gray niir-t and vapor, tre ever we reach tlie height. Oh! Distance, thou dear enchanter, Mill hold in thy magic vail The glorv of far-off mountain. The gleam of Uie far-off sail I Hide fa Uiy rotieaot uplrmlor, oh! mountain cold mb1 gray 1 , Oh I Mtil in thy aniiH y whrlcncM," Come not into port",...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 March 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, Editor nod Pabllalier. ArBNTUITlOX IIATF.H. ' Twa dollars year: on dollar for jx monthr: t fly rent for three mouths, ikta&ubly in id rasct. " --- aiyi:rtinixu rates. I I ! I I I 8 i f 5 ; f ! ! i " I ! I Tine. j . i ,i i 7si siii s in 1 v i sot tp on i fln l mi 2 r'"! ""! fi 9 r,1 1S .weeks 2 () 3 4 .1 7'.! fi " 12 S) On 1 t-onth1 2 Stl 4 , 5 S 7 " 10 (' 1". "I IT. f" I 4 ' 4! S-.i1 r Si i 41 "i S f' :r 1 14 " no .' 51) ( 4 - 1 TT f. Mi Id .r 14 Oil 17 I' J'' Wi l, l 7 6 12 to Jii Oli.JO (m -7 (' 'i TO (i r I t ')H 1-i ( 22 I" ' I' .r' " 1(1 m 17 III () 2 l l" On H il 12 i 31 Oil 27 IO S3 ll 4.1 Oil To (10 1 J) W) Doable-column advertisements, lu percent, ad- vanee m the aU.ic rates. Triple-column 1 ti.-cmentf , 20 per cent, al- Tnce on the above rate. ..... Advertisements to ocony srecal position, 10 percent, advance on the abow rates. . . "Local Ntice." 'in the miuc type as Peal . reading m.itter.) l'l cents per line. All transient sdrcrtiseinentsm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 March 1876

., . . .... , , . : - ; . ' 1 vL 1 - - ; ' --t-- : 1 : ! . . i 1. ii i MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, MALClI 1C,j18T8. COVDr.SMED TIME. LOUISVILLE ITGT.SOUTKERH RAILROAD LIXK. TRAINS UOIJ50 SOUTU. No.l Jan. 30. 1ST. Pally E I runiay. No. J Daily. Ko.5 Daily. L Viln ll:"ip.m.ll:S9.m. Ar Humboldt 12:T.a.m.,12:i; p.m " Krownwille; 2:25 " 1.30 " " Memphis I 5:40 " 3: " 4: a m 5:fi " 6: lit " 8:40 " Train No 3 rtmnerU at Mrmphi? with Mtm rhu A Utile Hook K'y ' Littla Rock and all points in I(iu and Arkansas. TRAINS i01N(i NORTH. No. 2 No. 4 I No. C Jan. 30, 1S76. Daily. Pail El 'Daily. f-UDdny. I 1j MemrbJs ... -12.40 p.m. 3:15a.m. 4:l.Sp.m Ar Krowi.nille 3:3S " 6:10 " " " RHmboldt. 4:50 " :2i " t:J " " M.l.n i:40 " :15 " S:45 I.v Milan 6:) " 8:115 " 9:t1 " ArMcKcuii.. 6:V " S 3) " l(h4o " " Paris 7:40 " 10:10 " " Tenn. Iliv. 9:07 " ll:t " " Uarksville 11: " l:45p-m. ' Mothrie 11:33 " 2.21 " " Rusralvili. 12:25 .m. 3:15 " liowl niUr " 4:30 " " tilasg-.w Jc 2:41 " 6:44 " " Tare City ... 2:"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. — 16 March 1876

GENERAL B RE TIDES. The sound portions of the old Elm of Boston Common will le made into fur niture for the City Hall of Boston, and specimens will be ent to the various historical societies of the country. . A chili one and a-half years old died in Terrrcnnes recently which weighed at Its birth eiht pounds, and never weighed more than that. For the last year it weighed only six pounds. , Lincoln's monument can hardly be looked at in the lipht of an assured suc cess any more than WnshinjrtoiTs The estimated cost is $100,000, of which hut $30,000 has been raised. New York fashionables arc going to introduce the practice of ,4rinkinr" on rollcr-fckatcs from London. It was a favorite amusement in this country many years, ago, and was introduced in to England by Americans. The Hartford City Government has named a park in that city "Bushnell l'ai k," in honor of the llev. Dr. Bush nell, who, 30 rears ago, conceived the project of matins the park out of what was then one of the most unsig...

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