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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 May 1874

A SOXG OF OBLIGATION. Th Krth looks up to the Sun ..rW,"hcryf (trntiit1e O rilrnt, mj. slic one, ... Ik-hold, 1 ni cubdued. "O RoTwini too rich to nd, What run I Kin o Uiw 0 love too yrrl for my meed, How can I worthier be 1 IJm'T ,hat ' ennot bow I' wo harvcitts in nwonr; That mT lilooonK cannot b fair KnouKh for tin, O Sun. "I'aorrow t9r -ch Wu.st- place, " I mourn echnm n pot, Taonirh tliyftalrn, unaltered tmr Nnuli-a aid reproachfe not. "Oplorioni, patimt one. Ixtok not at fruit anl win; Mr a-vns all t.r.thleiw itiq Xo give tnee deeper aipn. "By 1sv and ly niirht, through ipaee. I l!low only tliw; 1 give th my one fnle rra- 1 enillt'M oiii-tancy." The henrt of a Woman pinirR 'ons like the twin? of Earth When a Treat man's love l.ringu Her luve to luiim-aa of birth: "O Wovereien, can there be need" ; hich 1 can till lor thee? Oh Love lieyonil my meed, IIuw can I worthy lie V ' 'I tremlile Itccauee so fair To-ilay in thy 1er sight iKtand. I know I wear Thy love'a Imnsliguring ligh...

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. — 14 May 1874

W9fC79 MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, EUier Pabliebf-r. SrSSCRIPTIOX KATKM. Twi dollars a rear; otic dollar for six mouths; fly MiU fur threw months, itawablt is ah vaacg. ADTEBTISIXU RATES. O a fact. On Weak "Two Weeks... Three Weeks. Cina Month.... Two Months Three Months f-n Montha . 1 r. z 2 75i 3 3 Sm! ft 4 50, 6 7 j in 8 75 12 5.1 4 75 7 tut 25 12 (HI 1 .Ml 25 (Hi 50 4 UU 57 75 7 SO 25 11 25 5il 15 IK (I 1 75 (il 31 OH 75 r in tin in 75 77 "0 w su no 12 on 18 00 24 00 an i 4 00 0 W yr, io 12? m 144 U0 (I) 14 i 21) 25 17 75 2S OJ 21 00 30 Nine Months- 1" One Year ,12 Double-column advertisements, 10 per cent, ad vance on the above rate. Triple-column advertisements. 20 percent, ad vance on the above rate. Advertisements to occupy special portion, 10 tmt Mint uA .'A nnA on the above rate. 'Local Notice." lia the nme type at local readme matter.) 20 ier cent, advance on the above rate. Obituaries. Tributes of Reiect (except iucn ai him officially from charitable societies!, and rema...

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. — 14 May 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. KAILBOAD TIKE-TABLE. LamUvilleBssd ajesnpkla Kailramd. TRAINS SOVTH. Iay Etprem, Nielli Lirv-. smuts. . 11:15 p. h. 1: 1" 4. H. 11: r. tt. TRAINS NORTH. !t Emrwt. ft:t. m. :.VS. m. Night fcxprese, 6:i'ir. . 6:5 r. a. A.AV. LUVINU. Ageut. Ualmlpsil OaUrstl Rail rand. NORTH. Mgbt ExpretS, b:Wr. u. H.Sir. SOUTH. ! Epr, P:77 A.M. M.X.M. Night Exprers, !":'' r. m. ll:tW r. m. F.I1. IMWk.S Aic-nt. Tmins on either road, it necessary, m half ma hour for train? on the other. Arrival aastl Departure f the XalU. Arrive from the f. uil aul V t it C: p. a. 1'roiu the E5l, 11: Ju j. m. From the North, 15 a. m. Hepart North and East. 6: p. m. Vett, 11 :'M j. in. South, 9:4j a. hi. J. 0. Boy J, Pokluiaster. COIXTV OFFICERS. Jon. William'. Sheriff. y. C. Holme. County Court Cleik. K. K. Kainea, I'hamiery Curt Clark. Win. Moore, I'irriiit Court Clerk. IV. M. Halford. Coroner. J. !. McEwen. Tructee. '. l. Alien. Tax Collector. J. A. W. Her. County Surveyor. A. S. Curr...

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. — 14 May 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Thtj thalits alileft and most ptiocossful nier are, almost invariably, liberal ad- VlTtlHTS. A rKKFECTLT tame y.ebra. v lii.-h will ul low m rvons to ride on its back, is among Die attractions of the Paris Zoological So ciety. A Brooklyn pew-injr-soeietv fines anv member w ho Lilks scandal, if 1 tor eacli oflcnse; only the wealthy are able to at tend. Castor beans jrrow wild in Tulare coun ty. 'al., living over from H-ason to ses.son until the vines le-ome larre trees from ten to twenty fi-t liigh. Among tlie mot modern eonveiffences iu the latest dwelling-houses is the en ma tion cellar, with (self-rotating roaster, odor-i-soat flues, and comfortable seats lor the mourners. A rcral Vermont newspaper-announces that its miiiiitiiitii charge for a lirst-class marriafre notice w ill be lil'ieen pounds of lriel apples. N'oth-es with "poetry" cost twelve jiounds of onions more. A Chinaman on trial in California for larceny proved that he was not within a mile of the pr...

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. — 21 May 1874

THE LETTER AND THE SPIRIT. BT C. r. CRAHCH. With books and rrwr round hia table spread. Thpor in his study sat one niffht. rd ilia nlvfry bradi And through bis Urge round tjiecbtcle the Of .thought fore -ran the words be meant to write. lie tamed his well-tharohed Bible, as he sought To choose eome fitting chapter and a text M'boae words mUfbt well embody bis deep thought; Borne utterance concise and onperplexed. To wing bis sermon-shaft on Sunday next. No mvntie t-erm of tbeoloeic lore; So Hebrew version of Thus aaitb the Lord:" But on. ol those crand textsthat one the door Into the innifwt spirit ol the Word, And trutlta thai with the deepest heart accord. And as he mused there was a jrentle tap; A neighboring farmer came to ask altout Some Bible nsHHages. He laid his cap Aside, and sitting, said: "I have a doubt, learsir, from which 1 wish you'd help me out. "The Bible is the Word of God, yon say. Then we must take the Uible through and through; Put in no notions of our own ; ole...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 May 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. V. A. WADE, Editor and Pnblihr. HIKM'KIPTIOS IIATLS. Two dollara m year: one dollar for si month: fifty oenta for three mouth., i.wauiaklt ix iu- VA.1CE. ADVLRTIMXJ R ATI'S. One M eek ; 1 1 75 2 fin 4 7 ;" 1-' ' I wo We.-U... 1 f.t 2 3 75 7 2A 11 'S is (.. Thw Wwki. 2 3-rn' "" -il . 21 one Month....! 2 S 4 .VI 6 S VI 1 7") 30 . Two Month... 4 . 7 1 V i l 4 Three M..nthi .". ii 7". 12 "n 21 7.". :!7 o" Kix Month" .. 8 im 14 "i Sum :W nn Mi V, t Nine Months. M 2" 17 75 2". l 4S 7 77 li! One Year 12 id 21 m :0 i 57 im Hi mi 144 ) DooMc-eolumn advertisements, 10 per cunt, ad--itnce on the al.ovc rates. Triple-colnmn advortiM-raents, 20 rccnt. r J vancc on the above ratrK. Advertisement!! to occupy foccial position, 10 per cent. advance on the above rate.-. "Loenl Notice..," 'in the same t0 a local readme matter,) 35 per eent. aduanee ou the aU.ve rate. Obituaries Tribute of P.enpeft (except rtich emne officially from chnritui.lc poeietiesi. nn'l remarks on niarriairc. on...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 May 1874

i MILAN EXCHANGE. HWJIWULUJ. County Directory. n.HLRO.tn TIME-TABIdC LoaiTlHr mn nrmpltin Railroad. TRAINS NU TH. ARKilFi. lit:' F.T. '.':'," . M. l'l l l 4. M. : A. U. W 1'v Tim e. N ule r.:. rc. TRAIN. NORTH. New Vn.k Ei.rc.-. ".: f. r. . ":'.'i p. v. i iiv;;: Kiiir.'.-s. V:4'. r. . f :i.i A . V. I."l.ij. Agent. Ml .l!?pl ( onlMl EiIroal. NOllTH. Dr Express. Ss-'i . a. v. I.ixLt LAprcsi', :Ai i'. u. 0: 1-. li HHT1I. I'.iy Erprr-., :27 . . ": !". a. m. Xi.ht Hinets, 1. e. -i. li:(n, p M . 1. II. HAW KS. Awl. ' Tr.iia on filter ro , i. il n -r.-ea, y, uu;t ii'f aa ii-.iir lur train vii liie other. for the Milan Exchange. PASH1X- .soirs. Time is the fortune-teller of all hu man events, and how true the words of inspiration, ''There is nothing hid that shall not be revealed." The mrdcr of T. J. Caverhill, at Rutherford Station, on the night of Arrive fr:u tiir South and Ale, t at fi:t p. ru. From the La-t. Vt-.Ul p. 8 40 a. m. Depart North and Ea-t. t:V p. IB p. ui. .- outh. !:)., a. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 May 1874

GEXERAL URETITIES. It is now ascertainpfi that the famous wntury plant, po beautiful in bloom, and vet no rare, buds and flowers every eix-t-en years, instead of onoe in a hundred years, as has leen lony KiippoMil. The question K why is it called called the cen tury plant? Among the Pennsylvania Germans there is a rtlijrious sett called the Schwenkfeld ers. They po N-hind even the famous Trayer-book of 17S.V; for their prineipal book is entitled. 'Caf.t-liisms ; or, Kiit Instruction in Christian I(X'trine; Need ful and Profitable for all ("hristian Ui.--i-ples, Younjr and Old, to Exercise Them wlvea Therein.' Printed at Philadelphia, 17C3. - Th RWn'i Journnl asks: "Why should not women be more generally in structed in the principles ol civil govern ment and matters oi business r' There are some husbands, replies an exchange, who believe that their wives are sufficient ly instructed on points of sroveri. merit (civil or uncivil) already, and that they know more about some matters of ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 May 1874

AT TLJE BRIDAL. . . T BAKRIIT fKERCOTT SrOFFOltD. Wide Moot! the door, that momln, f th nomliw nd anr.icnt eUarobf .-""i And )rylj the vellow siiashine Strrnnird on fu lelilom warch f?trr-am-d orrr the rurtllor M ini, Otw Jrwi'l and wavinit plume. Over amiiinir and confident railanta, vt om.n all beaotv and bloorn. '. And I paiiiiefl to look at the pageant In the mi'int of the ahimmrr and etlr. And to hear the pnet murmur, Foraaking Ail MMi, deve oniy to her. Fair twinkled the taper-set altar. And fwc-t blrw the orcan'i hreath, W hile the Wiver bent and related,- , To lov and locberutti till death. - The lifrht from the irreat iwe-windffi ( mine eplendidly Hilling down; On her fwie thenfell a i!nryt And ov-r her hair a rriw"; And I knew liv the awiul puwiin With which he stod white and wan Tlurt he et hm h-art before her h or her (eel to trrmd UKn. j But the bride was softly amilinjr, Liiviwiraf ami tirit'ht and fair He wu l.ui the rnx n hrr linger, Jle wae but the roee in Lit bairl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 May 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. OT. A. WADE, Editor d Pvfcliaher. KCBM RIPTIOX BATES. Two dollar a year: one dollar for ai months: tfty dU for three months, intabiablt m u ci. ADYEKTIWIXU RATES. h h it 3 ? 2 I 5 ? FACE. 3- 3- 3 S C : i fi : : t : s : : : : One VYeek 1 1 TV 2 5o 4 75 7 Vt V.' in Two Weeks... 1 Si! 2 7; 3 TV 7 25 11 2".. 1 ni Tbm M ki. 2 IJO, 3 5 5 (i 9 li i 24 Hi One Month.... 2 ."si 4 2 12 if IS T M HI Two Month"- 4 00. 7 ! 1 (' IV i 0 48 iri Three Months 5 "S 12 50 23 75 X7 nit til III 8ii Month ...I R li 14 Is) 31 IJO 3H i AO ui '.6 III Km. Month- 10 2T. 17 75 25 .50 4 75 77 li 1U il One Year 12 HO 21 00 .111 mi 57 OH Hn On 144 00 Ponble-eolamo advertisements, 10 per rent. ad- Tance on the above ratos. Triple-column advertiiemutf , 20 per rent. ad- Advertii-ement to oeeiiiiy special position, 10 pereent. advanee on the above rale. "Loeal Xotii-ea." (in the same type as loel reading matter,) 23 per cent, advance on the above rnte. Obituaries. Tribnto of Respeet (exeepi uoh a come ...

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 May 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. RtII.KO.tD TI1E.T.IB1.E. LoaUi file Hemphia Kailr4. TRAINS KCTFI. APftlVrn. PEP4ETH. J'ny Eiprrs.. :' A. M. l't:ln i. m. isav Jle Ls.prs. &:'. A. X. 1:V A. K. TR IXS SOUTH. VTkri'n-. 6 :v. r. n. f'-.Wir.M. Xa-.hvif Expref. S Ur. M. 9r-tfr.ii. A. W. 1.oVIXl. AnL 9IlnlHlppl OMral nail road. XoBTil. I'ay Evprrss. X :j;lit Expro-s, 1v Evpress, N.kiit Lipress, Wi.K. :A fy.V) r. X. t:2U r SOUTH. !:27.w. . . !:' r. M . ll:oo r. M. P. II. HAW kS. Arrnt. Trains on cither romi, if noecs-ar , u half fcu hour for trims ob theulhur. Arrival and Departure f the Malla. Arrive fru lie Sonth and West at 6:13 p. m. Froin the East, U:2i p. in. From the Xorth, VXi. ui. Depart North and East, p. tu. West. :i:3Cl p.m. South, trrlj a. in. J. (J. Boyd, Pouiatrr. COUXTT OFFICERS. JoD". William. fWt M. (' Holmes. County Conrt Clerk. ;. K. P.aines. Chancery Court Cierk. Tib. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. W. M. Ualford, Coroner. J. ti. MiEcn, Trmtce. C. 1. Allen. Te Collecto...

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 May 1874

GEXEE1L BEETITITS. . A jcdc.e In Aoair county. Iowa, recent ly commence! his chirpe to the jury as -viriiucnicn 01 trie Jury, jou must now quit eatincr peanuts." The rejrularion bl.-uk-and-tan poodle, to be worth $100, must have a h-ad atxiut the sizeaijiaok walnut; errs that stand out side of tlM-ir Mx kef; a tail about the Mze of a lt-ad r'nil, and lers att.DUHted that the animal lUlls over on his back even time he lifts his head to bark. A curious mode of trvinjr the title to land is practiml in Hindostan. Two hole are chip; in tlie disputed ppot, in taeh of which the plaintiff' and defendant's law yer put one of their ler.and remain there until one of theni is tirvl, in which case bis client is defeats. In tliis country it is the client, and not the lawyer, who puts bis foot in it. Dr. Heard is of opinion that the intel lect reaches its maximum developmental the are of forty, after winch it bejrins to decav. He not only thinks that men lose intellectual power "after this :ire, b...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 June 1874

BOW THE BROOK WENT TO MILL. J vr ncyjAjinr r. tatlo. i. A rffV-fl nvk n wmxled hill. A Rprins within like lKkin(r-(tlM, A nameleiw rill like skein of rain That showed a faint a feeble ein, And crept away In the Unirlert rrM With a voieeleM flow and a wandrrinf will The rith-lon-trtih of a silken dresa. The murmured tone of a maiden "yea!" A thinrtv ox could hare quaffed it np. A Iwt dipped dry wilh a drinking cup 1 Krokein a hriMik lli rill cnnipletf Ilmke in a xtnz the lirook ao flret-- Itroke in a laiigh the song ao aweet ! tl. Twa el.M, mlilile, and fallen tree, 'Twaa halilile, double, Ihronirh evcrr mile; It battled on with a thont and shock. And white with foam wan the ruired rock. And drk were the hemW.ka all the while, Till the road grew broad, and the. creek ran tree. It placard alonjr on the slippery slide. And Mint awar with an arrow frlide It alipicd IW shoes and in stocking feet ('ndi-r the bank and in from the street H hirled in a waltr. about and out Spi iiikl-d with p...

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 June 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WlDE.MiUr aa4 Fnfell.hrr. Kl BK4 RIPTIOX KiTtX. Two l..Ilnr a rear: onednllar for fix month: f.fty eenti lur tiiree nicutlif, inyapiavlt is ao- ANCK. ADVERTI1XU It ATI. ti.ic 'k I 1 ! 1 75 2 VI 4 7i 7 Sn l Tmo W'wk...- 1 rm 2 75 S 7.1, 7 2" 11 2 IK fi 1 kri-e ri'kf. 2 l' S 5 (( 9 Sii 15 fi 24 m i,e Month....' 2 ') 4 Sit fi 2Ti 12 lt IK 75 :i i 5 wo Month'- 4 7 ml l'i ut If ti X Three Month 5 7". 12 ' Z3 75 :i, k Nx Month....' s l ll l J"l Mt :W HI Hil li tt"i (Hi Nine M nt he. W 2.5 17 i" 'i 4 75 77 i Ui ( One Your 12 tin 21 m :i li 57 in !m mi 144 () Lloul.li'-rolomn aitvertin'tnettti', 10ircent. al-vaw-e on toe above rale. Tru.lr fcilumn advert iiwnieiit., 10 iToent. ad vance on the above rle. A'lviTti-rmentii to oeem.y .rierlnl loit:on, 10 i per cent . u'Haore on the aoove rate. "I.o'vl Nntii-ea," (in the mime type a lm-.il n inline niHtter.) 25 per eviil. advance on the lilmve rate-:. Uliitusrii-v Tribute, of Hffper-f Irxoopt such an rome oHii'inlly from cha...

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 June 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. KlILIIVID THC-T1B1.E. InUIII Kd .Tliipll Railroad. TRAINS FOUTfl. (Piiim. DrfMRTs. V C'l . k . Ii iv . M. IrU. A.M. A.M. Kir Kr"". trains ::or.Tii. New York Firt s, 6:"v"ir. . -"r. n. -Uviiiu Liprctt, M!r. . :Hr. M. A. W. l,.lV"JNii. Areut. KJKtAMlppI Central Kadlroiad. ;"OKTH. :( i. Ji. SOUTH. 9;? A . v. tr. i v. a . Ei;re., X.trit lieiai . !!(., P. II.IU'kAii. u-. ii.-ut f .r trm.ii.- uu tlie .!. r. .... ... . Arrive fn.ni (be south at 4 W est at :i- r. m. rmiu ti.e Last, p. m. j row tin- Nurtb. "" depart Nr.nli m,,i KsM. Sri- r- "'. f. m. Smith. V.i-'i a. m. J. l. Uo.vd. r.riu.a1-r. rot .tv i i i r.i:s. Williiim!-. Siii-rifT. l. C. lli.l:iir. Cuiiuty Court Cl'-rk. ; T:. K. Hai:if, t'iia:irj ''irt t'l:rk. i'm. M.or. Circnit Court '('! k. i U. M. IUlf M.l. Corot.i r. 4. !. M.-Krn. Tru-u. i I. Allen, Tax Coll- t..r. . A. W. JIok, County Nurryor. ; v. c t . i, u,-i-t.r. ! ru v n'HT.ri- ! . J..i.ln. Ma y..r ai Ro.or ier. .1. 1., wiiiiami-mi. ii Aiioni...

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 June 1874

GENERAL CRETITTES. Ax ostentations undertaker of Troy, liavinr -li;irp-e of an srii-tocratie funeral lately, niouiiU-d the altar steps and deliv ered the followinjr address : " Ladies and rreiitlenien will please keep their M ats till the corpse parses out." For eleven months has James McClunjr of Staunton, Vt., teen dumb, without any explicable cause. Two Sundays a?o, however, he entered the sittii"room ol liis house and saluted his family with a cheerful "rood inorninr,' at the Mine time nearly faiiitinjr. lie lias conversed sis well as ever since that, lie says that just as lie t-oke Sunday, he experienced a convulsive movement" of the muscles of the throat and a tense of concussion in the head. A HorsK full of children composes as jowerful a jrroupof motives as ever moved a heart or hand, and the secret of many a tnirrle and triumph in the world's battle may be found throned in the mother's lap at home, or done up in a little bundle ot white llantK 1. A nation's hnc, In-fore now...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 June 1874

4 I1ER CHOICE. BT LCCT LABCOll. . tbaue. stniiare o trTf itteemitA formo- ier t'M n. i Biorr r ' . ; AehemmM Tnnitle from Ids plow In eTgTit ol th? cottier d(r( And he mill ick. Mid wral in under the wM'it(inr And nf at tT wnrk with the ltrd that wove mt lu tbr mm. It wm in the man f hrrdreums, out there in his aMurr lHrm-fr' C, Mur.lv Arm on the earth u a tree or a lichen- r 1 rock. With unrii- mn-rleiir In i-n leiillh mid a clierk r4-4'riMir1 ni Ihiii , No; ttf a)."lu-i ci Vii.tjOiiUaacllIolfrom lot uwuiuiui. , . . , i 8he Jid ph:iMd i pretty Mi id, as child miht t ifliinn a 1oll; 8h hid rlndied hirn iih fach ierfecti'n an never Heaven ltt 1ml On Ui- slii.iil-iern il mort'il wIkM; liut flow It, Frimi her hi il Hum , lafyiiiiu n il wy the shreds .v jihan- Aad what c f hltn then was h ft? There setmed I watt, r in hit .nil i.r.i- ni-.irir, wen mmittl with a c He frtnrcor Imir. T w iteli- And a lAwa-liml m,ri i,r -onrmr4 f-Vf' the boors Wll'i till the Innd. Shefhifl.l -r.il .. thihk ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 June 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, E41tr mm laklifcer. WriWrKiFTl RATE. Two dullan a year: eae dollar for aiz month; fty eenti for lire moalk, ir aeiablt is ad- VAICB. ABTEKTlKIXe KATE. O s I c 9 PACt. One Week. Twa Weeka Three Week. Owa Mnath Two Montht Thrn Meatke fit Mnnthf 1 otn I w t 4 75i T so; 11 on 1 S", t 75 75 7 r. II 11 0 t ill' t SO fi 50 15 (M 24 Ul J SO' 4 SOI t" 12 UU 18 75 30 rt) 4 Oil' 7 10 W 19 Ul ) 00 4 tl) ft oni 75 12 50 2S 75 37 . SOi IW 00 ho 14 no an oo m no v oo 10 17 r. 50 48 75 77 00 121 Ml Oh fear li 00 21 00 30 00 57 0U 00 144 ( Doable-eolama adrertifemeaU. 10 par cant, ad- raaea ia the a bora rmt. Triple-eolaaia adrertieemenU, V per cent, ad- raace aa the aoore ratca. A drertimaienta ta eeewpy rpecial poeition, 10 per rent, ad ranee oa taa above rate. "LaffaJ N'ttim," ia Uia name type aa local readiag natter,) IS par eeat. adraaea aa Uia above rate. Obitaarie?. Tributet of RT- (except each ai cum officially from charitable eocietieai, and remark na aiarriacc. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 June 1874

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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 June 1874

(.'ENEEAL EBEYITIES. "Vtut is nPoc?ary to a firmer to nlst mm r ."-ystt'ni. IIev. Mr. PickW Is ihc MetiKV.lNr min mwat l,Won, Me. Hi btisiiH-s l to .rrwrve souls from worlilly coiit.iniina tion. Ax English writer titii::t's tliat tln-re are 17,000 hymns in tin; Lnirli-li lHtiri-'i-'. vn iticse lij.OOii art' or li.-ive Ixi-n iw-J in the Antrlisn (."liurch.and tht ret are um-1 by the dissenting The ladies ot Ilaiikiii. III., recently had a bee to rlean the clinreh, and. after they had fini-hci tlie jh, jiitclied in and com pleted a Ridewaik le:iiinr to tlie rbureh. which the men had bejrun lat fall, but were too EldlUcst, to liuith. . ' A ifr-m (ortheenisaders Tlie hanks of a large maniitacturinreity in New Eng land say that they receive on deposit Mondays troniiloon-kef'ivr and proprie tors of questionable establishments up wards nf$10.00, the larirer portion of which Is undoubtedly the result of Satur day nijrht and Sunday dissipation. Lakh Dunham, at the bead waters of theOcklawaha...

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