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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 March 1876

REFENTAST. BT BORA rXKBT. DaT after 1st. I look for and will for The rlimpoeof her ftjrure, the nipbtof ber face; lnr nswr day, tno anna or too i&te for llcr groin or coming, I trace tad retrace. With hone born anew, the w?u that she pacoea ; With hope irorn anew, each atorning l mint ner. A w-inlpr of aearrJi. an-1 bow the Tonne tTHi Are breaking tbe earth : ahall 1 meet, ahall I miner." To-morrow or next day? Oh, my little, hurt litre ne ciiaoce far a moment to comfort and beal The hurt that I gare yon; Jnut a moment, my iaiiuir, Let me tout in your face, U your ejea to re- AD my hrart with it paw ion of lore and ita sor row. It mef and oontritinn, it pain for your pain And tliua fir a moment, to lr or to-monaw , To show her my heart to win her again! A TALE OF A BLUNDERBUSS. The writer of this was born in a house in the far wet of Ireland. My father was what was then called a sur veyor now lengthened, I believe, into civil engineer. J lis employment was to me mysterious and d...

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 March 1876

MILAN EXGHANGE. W.A.WAnE,E(IIUriinl IaVI laber. St sWlilPTlO RATKK. Two dolls' r.n f?r,on1nl'i!rrorf(x n'onthr; City cents fer tr-ree Combs; isvliisLY is o- ADVKRTISIXV RATIX tit fill f f fir: I - - ; J I j f ;n-k) 1 .Vil 2 Wi! i Wil 4 Sbi ' V fsi IS no .week 2 i S to' V! ! 2" i" I mntti' 2 .Kt' 4 i SO 7 On W i IS ) W f I 4ltn .Vil 8 Sit II i Ifi ) 22 W 40 l JS m An 11 ft I 14 7" L'O W 5l li t, hi M Ml 14 1 17 V) JS ."'i .7 K fill il " 7 Hi K In i Uu 2 711 i 1 year . n a" i u X . ' w )1' HI 17 I'l 23 fr'l 1 . f l"l HI 111". HI r ' tfifffi a Vi 45 Oil 75 ti 13 UO l)uuMc-e'oli:ivn i' Jf. ertisr mcnts, 10 per ccct. ad . vsnee on V ( above rates. triple-cqlh. advertisements, 30 percent, aa . stmt i.u the above rule". Advertisement to ocminy special position, 10 "er cent, advance on the above rates. 'Locnl Notices," (in the snme type at local reading raslter.l 1. cents -r line. All transient advertisement inuft be paid form advance. Yearly aJvertiemcnt, quarterly in advance. " ' Obituari...

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. — 23 March 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE Til ui&daY, march tz, isra v9t.nnr.wi ft MS. UOUISVIULE & fit. RAILBOAfl Utff. THA1XS SOUTH. !.. 1 An i ML ! Daily Ex No. S laily. No. 4 Daily. eanday. t.r Milan .'llraOp.m. '!:.. 4:T.i Ar Humboldt 12:35 12:2a.as- Of. " Brownsville " Memphis...-! 5:tt S:. :0 Train No 3 connect at Memphis with Mem chi A Little tuck R Little Hoc m4 ail point ta Uiuud Arkansas, trains uoinu north. No. J Daily. Jan. SO. 18ft. Daily Km bandar. Dally. I.t Memphis lU.Mp.ai a 1 :nt ' - ' 1 Ar Brownsville 3: IS " Humboldt.. Milan . I.t Milaa Ar McKeniie... " Paris " Toon. Rir. Clarhsvitle tJeibrie " HHsMflville 4:S :! " 7:K . 9:00 :4S :S0 10:45 li.nii (0:10 11;M -11:33 MSp'm. S.2U " S:1S 4:M - 5:4 : 7:Wt " :l " :45 " 12:25 a.t 1. rlia 1 lir 1:3 " 2:41 " 2:55 4:M " O taxgow Jc " r.re City... " Kliiabethtn " Lebanon Jc S:2S Cinrinti Je fr25 " Loui.vitle..! iue Train No 2 connect at Humboldt afld Milaa from potnts South thereof for Louisville: at O atari villi M L A ti K K yt at Lebanon J...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 March 1876

" 6IXEIUL BRETITIES. A single vessel of the Georges fleet broupht into Glonctfter, Ma.si., 60,000 jounds of halibut, the result of three days1 hand-lino fishing.. . .. The 44 average hog" is on the in crease. fcast rear he weighed but 221 r.un(!7,rWtetnis year he -weighs" 26i. So the etatJsrkiaiiB ay. Theke is nothing mean about Ma8v hiiseU.. 'Lucius W: Pond, the distin piishcd former, was conveyed to the State-prison in a palace car. Mks. Horon died in Alexandria, Va.', recently at the ape 96. She prew up to womanhood in the State of New Jer wy where 8h.wa born, and when just i'l &. a tore for Thomas Jefferson for rresidnV property qualification in that State then entitling a woman to a vote. A single grain of wlieafaeoid'cntally dnjped in a garden in Hoveringham, England, last- spring produced oixty tliree ears and more than 3,000 grains "f wheat, ftrobatly the largest yield ever known, but showing what good soil and good cultivation can accom plish.' : . T. , The Grand Jury 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. — 30 March 1876

REGRET. Thr are flMhlnr Jewel rare n the etaU-lT fiitT'hnd; Stir' the fairwt of 0i fair. And few even can un.lenitancl Why dimple rinr of roll Clasp her mny flnjrer coM Like some twining love of oli). I bTe m hef, when the rlow Of tlie ball-room towhei her face, Kippin? it, ami ir.iirmurinfr low o'er it avrae fonil Wrl of grace. Ah I he ran not nuent that I K now the reaion of a aiph 'I hat arose, as she passed bj. Thoe whosejove has onre been tried In the fire of earth It pain. Ami who rive uVtr bearte to pride M ith tilted, honored retjm. J an not mnlli- fore'er the heat .... jr""'3' world a cheat, uivn fclils wild flowerets Bwe-t. V'tien, inpUad of pold, dra 1 aslitss .ro-t anrrifloeof mill, Mii'le umi.lhi a thoannud ladies Of n love Completely whole. Then tlierv comes ree-ret. in south . an He ritv those whope vouth iTuiki Use rail, instead of truth? WeH n-dav, we are all wise v lion too lau-! We rhooxe the wrong; ls-v. , yet mis love's paradine; "I lien forever mourn in soup Wh...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 March 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. ','. A. M ADE. I.di'or mid rnhll -hrr. M"nS RI PTIrtX RATF.N.,. , , Two dnll.-r w: ri'!,!!rf'i1:!i;.-ntlir; fifty cent fur tlirec ti.untu, i.w nut.r in au vrr. . - - AtlVi nriSIXU RATt.N. o s c 5" sr t TIME. 3 I c ? ! 3 :- i 3 ! week 2 week werkii 1 month 1 " 1 7 2 'n)i s (iOj 4 "i k far 10 mi I So 2 VI 3 So' "l ft yi l"i un 2 Hi! J 4 ." 5 '.! U" U 2 Mi 4 it'-i -i ri, t m lo Oj'i.'i ii mi 4 fi ool . 'xi'-'l lh til .2 ?l 40 il 5 ooi 8 Sii'll -1 . n .'i (i Sit m 4 ' ' to in "ftk.w IT y Si An :C ) mi 5 " 7 (n IS fit t if, Hi Ji in T, ' 4 Hi TO hi 6 " r H IM'.".' Ifll.1l OH All l' HI) Oil 8 " VI 'ir.i 2! ii.:' i' '11 'ti HI I"' 1 year .. 12 h 2n HI IT l St Hi 4-'i Hi 73 00 131 HI l)ubl-rlumn advertisements, l'li.ereent. ad vfri on the ahcve rates. ' " '. Tr'pie-eol'jinn advertisements, 2f pcrwnt. ad Tunfe on the above ratca. '".'J Advertisements tit ioriiry sruiriAl I'vri'.nn, 10 tier eent. advance fin lire aoove nue.v "Loeal XotiT." i in the same trfc as Inra readmr mat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 March 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, MAUCII 23, 1 ?7t. j j. i I 'o.di:xni:d tihe. ininrwiitr c fT rnilTuLD'J LUlMoVILLL fit DliOiiUin ItAII.r.OAD LINK. TRAIN"?? floIXW rOl'Tll. i No. 1 ' So. S' i Jan. . 1T. !.!, Kx- JUiljv i Sunday. 1 1 So. 5 Daily. r.T ,!,in 11:'t.ti.-ll.ora.tn. 4:T.a.m T h,iimI-Mi 111-I'.a.ijr. I:2-"i p.m., ft:tfi " ' Urnumvilli- "' 1. '' " i ":M " ' Men Hi" .... 3: " R:l ' Train N H cm ct '( iii hi ith .Vjem ihi. .V I it'l? Keck K'y'ir I.itlie Hoik and all jMiinti in 1 1'Xtj and Arkan.. TR AINS JiN(J NORTH. No. 2 luily. No. 4 ! I)ilr lvx. Simdny. i N '. 0 Daily. Jar.. Mi. 1".. i I.v M-uirVi- 12:4. .'illa.ni. 4:l"i'.tB Ar IV.-ow ii!c 3: l " Iluiiiiiol.ii... 4:Vl " " Milan o:4 " f.v Xi'.u.i :' ' Ar McKnic... . :V " l'arw ' T:W " Tcr.n. !:. H:'T " fl:irk ill ll:"l (inthrie U: U " l:.i--i-!vil!i- li' J'a.m lioirlinx ,;r " :tvr ,'v . 2:V Mir.uV-t.itr,' 4:.)1 " .!'.! lion Jc " 'iiM-in'ti .Ic ': " l,. ni- illc. 7:im ' 0:10 !'! li:KI ' U::l " j I : T. p'm. ' " 4:M " : .r.;IH " j 7:...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 March 1876

GENERAL BKETITIES. Since the CLristiancv episode the Treasury pirls are called the Pretty Possibilities. 1 The recent census rives : New York, 1,0G0,KX; Philadelphia, 800,000; Hrooklyn, 507,X0; St. Louis, 450,OC0; Chicapo, 4W,O00; Boston, 340,000; San Francisco, 2.W.000. The Chinese of the Pacific 6lope have mounted another round in the ladder of civilization. Two of them recently forced notes to the amount of $350 on the Wataonville Bank, and got the rnone", too. The British MctlicalJournal says that persons with lirhk-colored eyes make the most successful shot, both with the billiard cue and the rifle. But you couldn't expect a man to do well with a black eye. Nothing like being a good doctor, and having a monarch for a patient. The Sultan has just niade the physician who cured him of his carbuncle a Gen eral of Division, and the recipient of f J,K)0 in gold. Bishop Bepell, who is now travel ing in Kgypt, has sent a cinerary urn, taken from a Greek tomb near Alexan dria, to Kenyon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 April 1876

TIJE FIRST BLUE-BIRD. Whatever weight the hoar have ItorM A king the path ol front n. (now, The world it never too forlorn For birds to sing arsin; we know That rarlHYt buds will soon eipand. That sprmir is somewhere in the land, t ut hark I Uie blue-bird sings. 6omirim the rra In teea Main, The ir.eadow mild with shower ami am; Out hud the tree, op starts the (-rain. Through balmv woods Uie brook doth run. If anywhere such things may I, Then whv not aoon for thee cad me? l or hark I the bl:i-bird singa. THE OTEEN OF THE ORKNEY ISLANDS. Oh. the Queen of the Orkney Inlands, She's traveling: over the ma; She's hrinirinir cuttle-lih with lier, To play Willi my baby and me. Oh. hla head U three milea long, dear; Ilia Uil in llirne nnt a short; And hen he for out, he wnjrsrles hia snout In way Dial no ruuU -8h ought. Oh, the Queen of the Orkney Irlanda, She rides on a sea-green whale. He take her mile, ith au elegant amile, At every flip of hia tail. Oil, the Queen of the Orkney Islands,...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 April 1876

ii A NT EXCHANGE. u . . M E. Mltor ! PiMlihtr. M RIITIO R1TKH. , s yonr'' ndollnrfocMX monthr: iit ! ..- three csomn. iVjiahlt iv n- I t Tf TINI.Ci RATH. I-' 1 7"l 2 '"I S i 4 0 fi .'id' l'i il 2 .-,. .. ., j! .V), 11 M SO IS 3 2S .V 5 7-i i 12 '' 2" "' 4 ii 5 .r.r. 7 ' )o ii.ti tf 25 ( 4 i o ."Ji ll 1 oil J? .VI 4u ill H .Vi'll .VI 14 T' I" ' ' ' -VI i ' i 10 ;l 14 'jl7 .Vr:-T '.'I fti '.i i no).-, in an ii 27 ' 44 nn 7u i'i 13 .'xi )H in 2i v :('.' i hu ki 0 17 il IT! l0 2 I"' .V m -i I i ii 27 Ml o3 W:i5 4A! 15 V 13 . ; luion nilvertmt 'neaU. l'J l ?7 cent. d i the above rate.' ,x umn mivertifrii.tii'.r. Ji percent. 1 n th above ro-. - . , .. . . inert t fci ; vy fr"' il position, ID ): . ftdvou tne above rat. .'oiiee..' i" the Hume type local b:" . i ,) lit Tnt- r line, in advertisements must he paid for in . . e. Yearly advertisement!-, quarterly . .. -r 1 ributen nf Respect arid remarks on A t: .. one-half ol regular rte. cdir.ple . .la ments of marriaera and deaths in- . t. ;...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 April 1876

w MILAN EXCHANGE. GANDIDATKS. THURSDAY," AVltfL 5; 1TJ. omi:ii time. UJlTOlE&GT.SflUM: hatlroap mnt: 'IK.ms tiOI.x'li 801 TH. I No. 1 ! Xo.,3 i N. . Jan. 30. 176. !,iv Fx: Iai;y. Laily. I Sunti.y. ! Lt .Milaa ; 1 1 ;.ra' i. m .' It: W a. m . 4 :f a m Ar HumiMiHt l-::'." a m. 2:'i p.m., S:UT I'.rofii-vi,le 2:3' " : l.S " j :! " Mrmphin ....i f-:C " :. ' j 8 4.1 " Train No S pt heer' Mcmphi with Mcm whi l.iitlc Kock K y r Little Kock and all I'nitit in nn-i .Aikatuan. 'J it A I x s ;jin; NORTH . Jan. .71, lTO. No. 2 Iiaily. I No. 4 ; Daily Ki! i t'nnilAy. j No. 6 Ha.iy. When it w known that Mrs Duffy superintends the horfkeng and X'or EUaorifif- 1 totUahtlei,i tlwMrl-nn Hotel, no other I ,-AlhI W are antuVited to announce i rVc'onimeiidata'.'n Ir nOCeSsarV.' -U M. L. liainl as.a catHidate l..r .-tientl' of (.Iwon ruuuty at tLt next Aupust uLvliun. (-' " " ( Just rcr-iiVei err Of the handsomest stock of LAif.bsr Childrens Hide Laced jii J-vc-f' 'f'res, also a great varieij rrr .all...

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. — 6 April 1876

GENERAL BREVITIES. The State of Massachusetts is in debt $ 1 5,000,000 on account of the i Hoosac Tunnel, and is now adding to ' this debt $1,000,000 a year on the same account. Thet do the same thin outside of Washington. A New York workman helped steal some papers for his wife's busile. It's the demands of society as is a pullin' of us tiown. Miss Shelton, of Marshallton, Iowa, could not pet daruajres of her recreant lover in a breach of promise suit, but she could and did throw red pepper in his j es as he was going out of the court-rut) in. f J . The Colorado Mining Review is ad vised that all over Europe men of sci ence aiid capital are making most ex tensive preparations for exploring the entire mineral regions of the United fetaU-s." Miss Henrietta Pakker, a colored woman of New Britain, Conn., who died recentlv, left $750 to be devoted to the religious instruction of the freed men in Georgia. She was once a Geor gia slave. The bones of David Williams, one of the captors of M...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 April 1876

-3 ILE PALMETTO AND TEE FINE. BT MBS. VI HOIK I A L. THZlKV. They rKnU-U tbem together our fillmt iirei of 11 Though rm crowned with crritsd bow, and one itn KiUr gnll ; They .lnuvi uieni kifeUier on tl world' ma- jmtic hcii'ht. At Srat.r ileatlilcM charge, at Eutaw'a Hub- Imrii fight; - - At miiimphi uo Uie dark redoebt, 'mid plunginc hoi and holl - - o -e At Doontnle (railing in the crona of battle's bioodv moll . Witli r.ry Tiandi and retting brow, amid the niiKhty frav, Which kurrwl Mid f welled around them on ttiat memorable day. Wfcoa Uicy Miantcd Independence, aa a trmbol and a hlh. . 1 ITwr M-uck .i-v toil and planted th Palmcttb and tae fiaet - Thi j i'.Hnled Uieni togctlier by the rircr of the 1 irn Watered with r fathorii'hearUt' blood, watered w ith our nwtheiV tearn; In the u-.nir, rirh aoilot freedom, with a boun tn.h inipon From tiieir I'n.plie-t, Priest and Tioneer, our Fa -tlu-r, U'aoliinKt n I Above Ui. in floau-d echoet of the ruin and the Mrrk, -, Like "drums tha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 April 1876

ii - i t 1 It r i MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WADC. Iiitr and rtIUh-r. Two d.V17r vcr: fn" lnllt f--r i month': Ifiy mite for thrre month, iy'ufly m id- AM l:ttTllU I1U I S. c B Ti"- r i r wok 1 T 7M 2 vi : wi 4 i .HI' J(l 1 1 on !i in 1 on 41 ll .VI (HI n (i 1 .'N 2 S .vii I w " 5 2c 4 SH ft 7:. I l'.'2 S i mi 5 .v. 7 ( K 't 2 H 1 month j a o a -j i ii nil 1" ( i so 2 ;i f. i'l.1 .Y 14 '' "i'.-' 37 7 III i ; (. . 14 tl 311 ftlJ7 l 44 ftl ;o (! 13 V' H no J-i 01 l ill W Oil Tea r .112 m.an I 27 li Xi On 4.i (XI 75 (W 1J9 1 io i, ir im i ti Jfc on w ii i. ( n loblcoliinin advertisement. 10 per cent, ad- TnnrMlhMtcril. Trir-ciliiwin adrect.'fwaenti", 20 percent. d . turrua the 1kh rale. . ., . , Adrvriiwarntf M iwi'jy fTr!:il rostt.on, rer cent, advance an tl-o above rales, urnl Notice," (in the miiio tyio a local rcadinir wntt.r.l 10 tiiI per lif.f. AH transient advertisements inu-t I paid for in advance. Yearly advertisement?, quarterly . in advance. . Obitoaric. Tiibntr" of rr'fr"-! nnd r...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 April 1876

rl a. MiLAtf exchange, Thursday, april m. CO-IBEKED Till K. lOUISlLE&GT.SfiUTHEl BAILROAITtrSK. CANDIDATES. For Sliox-iET. TRAIN'S CIj0 !?WTrl.- I No. Jan. 30. 1S7C Parly I ranrfa 1 I - No. fit. 5 Lv Milan jn.f .1.-:H:WJ a. to. I 4:tt.m Ar Humboldt .m. Ji-p ny-l 5;U'i " Memphis....! J?:? " 3:30 ' b:4U " Train NoJfWl f Memnliis silk Mem his A Little Rock K'i 'r LitU Ruck ud ail poinU rn ltluiiit Arkuui. Jan. 30, 197. TRAIN" 60IJCO NORTH, .2 Wily. N. 4. I J'aily, Lv Mf mphrs..... ; I?:) p.p Humboldt... " Milan I.V.Milan Ar McKenii-. " Pari " Trnn. Riv. " Clarksville tiuthrie Rasselville Kowlifnr, tir tlass;ow Jc " Cave City... " Kliiabethin " l-ehanotfJc " Cincin'tiJc 4:W " 5:1 " 7:f ' 3:07 " IHfl " 11:33 " 13:25 ft-.-M. 1: " 2 .f? 4:.M " S:25 " 6 " Louisville 7H " 7:2 " :IS " : " " 1:4.-) "m. 3:1 " :' " 5:4? " " 8:4-1 " 9:45 " KhuS " 4:15 p. I :: :W ' 1M5 ' 10-. 4i ' Train No 2 connect lfofrfboldt and Mil from point Ninth thereof for Louisville: at tJuthne svitlt St I. it t? K It...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 April 1876

BKETITIIS. Tiie "Ivlv correspondent at awn- inpton tavc ft pood deal to answer lor. One of them Hands charged now with having lK.-t;n canht In" the act M at tempting to steal a pnowgiapu IMknait from Mrs Brutow'a album. The objut "f t16 tbf ft wafl 10 fet 1-5, which one of the New York illustrated pH;'fai oOerd for the picture. - Paris is soon to be supplied wi:h i.ure water frotu the country instead of Impending as heretofore on the dirty w ater of tfie" Seine. The water-works h:oe jut Iwcn completed, although be gun in 18CU; they were interrupted by t he war. Visitors will now be able to have excellent water to drink and wash with in that capital ever a great do bidcrnfJBi In the past." '. Av ramiit for 'marriage: The more married men you have, says Vol taire, the fewer crimes there will be. Kxamiue the .frightful columns of our criminal calendars you will there find a hundred youths executed for one father of a family.' Marriage renders a man virtuous and more wise. The father of...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 April 1876

FADING, CHASGJNO, DY1SQ-- . - Kry thinir beautiful, durlinr, -munt fl".; Tlx- M ani th lily. th?irii- of Uw fleil. Ami myrtle, w Inc-b hitU Uie rude marki of the piulr, Wlirre )tM one are leeping, will all have to virM To Time' luv planner, who gtlhrrt the leaves, An l linnprni"! Iui in the forest ami plain. To run-full- I. mil ttinn in bundles and abCBTea, An J rjirry Uwin off Ui retura not again., v Ererv thin beautiful, d.irlinjr, mnt ch&npe; TLt' n-wiUnil. Hie ulv, aixl court of the ftlream ; Thoa wMK'i nfw faaiiliiur, ere lrmrwill seem alriinke. And only Ix- thought of Men in a dream, Or pirt'irr "f n ui"IT lr'lK hunif aw av, Ai.d f.i led ! aira. or Uie lut of tlio pail ; En li moment plcntiuie refuse to utav. The veice r Uie awjihyr i lorn hi the Wurt. Kvrry Oiir.ir 1 -auliful, durlinr, niiifct die. And that Inch inm- ill nin lv Uirr:e' Th" cturdy old i nk n a duft twap nl lie. The Minir mi I ii fii-.irfT ill I.01I1 have lumit; Vol tn.-re i a hope that iuiIi lu-anuml tliin...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 April 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WISE, Editor Itl Liter. griMCBIFTlOX BAT FA. Twa aollars a rn one dollar for ri x mouthrt Sfty etuts fur three Buiniiii, iSVauahlT IK An- AlVERTlMU RATES). I- i TIM. nrk I weeks ttweaks 1 month 1 Wll 1 7.r. t Sol 1 At 1 so x sol 3 (til 4 5 75! 8 00 650' 00 SO; JO 00 1 00 it & 4 .Vd 5 75! 8 00 li H 3) 00 2 V 4 On 5 Vr T w 10 m lS t 25 9 II" 4 oof 6 sot i an li rat in on ?i so o oo 6 (t MIIH So. 14 To.JO 00 .10 IU, fiO tt) 6 00 10 5i 14 on )7 SO1;" .VI :C ) fin i T m 12 ooiirt oo'ao oo 27 no on 70 ofi 8 00,1.1 SO 14 i -J2 OO W 00 V) ( SO U) 10 00 17 00 2) 11O :ts tm ti) Oil 10) 00 12 00. JO 00,27 00 33 00.45 00 75 00 1J0 00 yer.. Doable-column advertisements, 10 par cent. A rance on the abore rates. Triple-column advertlmeU. 30 per cent. ad vance oa the above rate. dTertisemenUi to occupy special poFilion. 10 per cent, advance on the above rata. "Local Noticen," (in the Fame tye as local reading iatter.R1 cent rr line. All transient advertisement must be paid...

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 April 1876

-a MILAN EXCHANGE. Ben Shepherd has the best New I Orleans Moiasses in the market THURSDAY, APRIL 20, I87C. 4'OXDEftF.D TIME. LOUiSViLLE GT. SOUTHERN RAILROAU LINK. Jn. 30. 1T6, TRAIN? uoisu POl'TH. Tin. S I So. i No. 1 : I.W tlx I Sunday. Lr Milan...... ll:.ili.m. Ar llmnlx.ldt 1 2 :." . m . " Jtrowii ille 2:2 " Moinid-i .... " Triiin No J connect l Mcnttihi with Mea hi .1 I.irt tc Kock K'y r Little Rock aad all )xiintr in Tcia mil Arkana. 4:.TVa.ai .: " trio " TRAINS tioINU NORTH. Jan. no. 1ST'.. No. 2 ltaily. No. 4 ' I:uly Kx r-nlar. i No. .v Mrmiilii Ar l'rownvtllc " If nmnoldt... " Milan I.v .Milan .. Ar Mrkeniia... 1'nri 12:i ..in. 1 :t:.l"i " 4:.il " li: n 111 3:l'.m.' :10 " , 4: IS p.ra 7:.i " " Tcnn. Kiv. 9:07 " ClarkM-illc 'll: " (tulhrie 11:11' ltit"olvillc '1l!:2.' i " ll..wlio 'r! 1 :.'.' ilaRow Jc 2:41 " f City... i 2:V " Klizahethtn 4:'.l " IelinnonJe b:'Ji ' ( iiii in'li Jc &:Zt ' Iinuikviilc .., 7:00 ! .:2 t V:3) i i.i. i.i 11:111 " l:4rm. J.'.H " S:15 " I... i ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 April 1876

GEM UAL B RE TITLES. IIeriaftxr the police of rrlf will not allow any theatrical posters orer 18 by 12 inches to be put up. It is claimed in New Orleans that 60 rents1 worth of coal oil will l&st as long as nine dollars worth of gas. Two large drapery firms in London hare privaie chaplains to whom they pay a salary each of t2,50C for attending eyery morninz to offer prayer and give addresses to the young men and women in their employ. LoNixjx society has adopted a new amusement. This is found in dancing quadrilles without the accompaniment t . . , . . . vi instrumental musio toe (lancers themselves singing their own dance music, which consists of simple nursery rhymes. Coxrad Hoffman, of Bay St. Louis, has the largest orange tree on the coast. It measures three feet in diameter, and the circle which compasses its boughs is 60 feet in diameter. The yield of the tree is said to be 3,000 annually. Toe following advertisement, taken from a late London journal, illustrates the change...

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