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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 April 1876

A HAPPY LIFE. - : BT SIR 1IEXRT WOTTOM. How hapi'T if b horn and tanrht 1 liat eerrrth not another's will. Wlniee iirninr ia hi hm.wt Uviorht, And simple trulli bis utmost tkilll Whose passions Dot hi master's are, ' ' N how soul is still in-ard lor death , tniid unto the world by care Of public fame or private breath. : ; Who enies none that chanoe doth raise, Vir ricr hath ever understood ; Hnw H"H-t wound are friren by praise. Nor rules ef state, but rule of good. Who hath hia life from rumors freed, Whose conscience, is liii strrmr, retrmt- Whose state ran neither flatterer feed, Nor ruin make oppressors great. . Who God doth late and earlr prav More of hia rraoe than rilis to lend, And entertains the hartnk-o day With a religious book or friend. This man ia freed from set-rile hands, l hope to rise, or fear to fall ; Lord of himself. Miotic h not of lands. And having nothing, yet batli ail. . . STORM AND SUNSEINt BT MARGARET F.YTINGE. Low hans: the heavy rlouds; the wind Grows ...

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 April 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.WAIir, lilorand Pnblikbfr. . fcritM RITTIOS HATES. Two dollar- r; br.t So'lrfij six mnrth; fifty ecnU fur three niuiuj, 1.. s akiai.lv in au- AIVKKTISIU RAIT.. I S ! I -SEk. I 1 ''I' ' V ' $ J H ST S ' S! j &o&! I U $ I - ? ? 2 3 4 Wl. ti .":J fr U r " - ? 5 on' s .v,ll so ;t 7., .ip " iv 6 Ml 10 .Vi. 14 Oi'lT ' J- - 37 '. ''' 7 0 U 10 "I "n .7 44 fe, V " n ! n .vi i 'r-'L"j -f' '", ' '" 10 n 17 nn Z 1,1 " "'' 1 yer.-!l2 l. --7 it) ' "' JJ Doutde-column advcrl iremcn;-. tnpcrcciit. ad rinrt d Ibe ilm r'u;. . Triple-coiiiinn .lvrti:r'.ii, 3) percent, a J- vance on the nh'ive r.ir s. Advertisement Iw . fecupr special pOMtion, 1(1 percent, iithanc .n the a'uve rules. Lo"l Voile's'.'' lin th Jim" type as local nMinm'wr.ii''iTii"i"'i i n . . . All trauoPi. M.iviTtiM Uioii U' pni J fnr in ,advp;o. leurly uliTlifni'iits, .artcr.y in ! . !. . , , ' r,in.r.... T rM, n!. ..f !! t ar.il rpnU'W' n ' narriapc?. onf-h;i!f f.f rriil:ir mtt-y rmjilo annouiiK-muU ot marri...

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 April 1876

-il 1 ft t l MILAN EXCHANGE .THURSDAY, AmL'27, 187G.' o x d e i: n ti n e. (ouisyilu&lT. SOUTHER RAILROAD LINE. TRAIN'S UOlNU POUT If. I No. 1 j Jo. 30. ins. ; Daily Kx! I hunday. I NV..S fca.i?.' No. 5 Daily. I.r Milan - 11:.Vip.Tu,":i;.M a.m. Ar Humboldt Y a.ir. 12? p m " Prownsvuie " j 1.3) " - Memphis S:W '! - I 3:S 4:.i.a. :40 ' Train NnSrMirtr'j at Memphis with Mem ijiis .' l.ittlc 1U )Vy'T Little Hock and all point in I f iu ai d Arkansas. TR.OX5 GOING NORTU. No. 2 No. 4 No. Q' Jan. 30. 1ST?. Daily. Daily Ki Daily.' Sunday. . ... . Lx Memphis 12-40 jj.m. r 1 rownsvillc' " 3:T.a.ni fl:10 V 7:25 " 5i ' 5.:r " : " .i--19 ::) " l:4".p-m. :.2n 3:15 " 4:1ft p.m 7: " " Ml " :." . 10; 45 " Humboldt...! 4:.Vt " Milan ty.m :l 7.4) 9:07 f.r Mfhrn Ar Mi Krr.i'... " Pans ... " Tenn. Kir. Clarksville n.-t-rj- ' liuthrie. iT.-'a KuselviM4 "..Si a.S? I'.owhcg Ur. 1: -o (ilasgow JV 2-4! -ave City.. ; 2:y " Kil.al.eU:tr. 4:.M ' Lebanon Joj 5:'J8. Cimin'ti.To' r? " LouiMill... I;W " 4 :.', ...

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 April 1876

GENERAL BRETITIES. In Germany the telegraph wires are in future to be carried underground in Head of being supported bj posts. The object of this change is to prevent the ii.terruption of communications which regularly follows upon a great torm. The late' Bishop Thirlwall of England is said to hare been a perfect prodigy of precocity. At three years of ags he read English to well that he was taught Latin, and at four he read Greek witlTan i nse and fluency that astonished all who heard him. A portion of the municipal record of JIaysville, Ky., including the period between 180: and 18&J, which has been Missing for more than fifty years, has been discovered in the possession of an oiu citizen. It was promptly restored A corukspoxdent of the World, writing from Shanghai, China, says that the Chinese have nothing that can be called a code or system of law, and a wealthy or influential criminal, if ton victed, can readily buy immunity from pumsnment. While in Bowling Green a few days...

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. — 4 May 1876

OUT OF JIT V AND. , " " V One bv one, one bv one. " In uVkimlreii luri't of the April inn, , While r tnroae mxl mmvilri p item the cround Ami the binlii arc maunr an1 uuildint- around, W h le violet blottom Wieirrtrpa to t et, -With lanehimr toux l lan.ia W1U1 k-Diii(r fanev awl budding- hdie, ItevoiHl my reaci and frond bi ) Titer iiao. ubiie In tear and doubt I Und, Out of mj baud, out ol my band. - . BabT pleasure and baby care. Not one ol Um but "a mina to har; -Not tar, but I dried it wito akif Not a vmilu. but I Joined in l la eajrer bliss. Now Uic young knot hi arm for the coming atrife, Theeet sir; laiciea Hurt to lite; They neslie, the maiden ithyneMi beneath, A the briirlit l.wls hide in their mi ken sheath, Jiy fiirmit les noui-ulu-d,, apriug tin-ece funned, ' - i ' ' - ' , Out of my hand, out of my nandV 1 dare not trenrh on tljy re dm, try boy. , Nor ml) thy away-f one nrm frj; 1 dare not touch with niv tnlterinf flnirera The blMjmit where the litfbl o( Minri.-e lin"r. ...

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 May 1876

a-rJl. i i MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.WADE, alitor and rabllaher. KI ICM KIFTIUX KATtX -Two dollars a )ir: oMi)nllar fornix month: fifty nU lor three nioi.'.hs, iNVAr.iAiii.Y ix ad- VAM'K. adv:rtimo ntTi-H. H 2 r I 1 I week I 1 1 Tfu 2 :''U .1 i"'. 4 (H, fi "'I' 1" ' : week 1 V) :,! .1 .K'1 4 "ki! 6 Mi- V .'-It. r .;wevks ! 2 i IS 4 -Va1 S TV 8 nr. 1.2 io Jo i 1 mouth fi ;?i 4 ml s . 7 'm 10 V "": ' (mi fi H x M Tl l'i l' -2 ; ) ' & I' 5.K11 HI 7'l.LM !:! ill '"' fi ti lit .So 4 i i; :-J$ :i 37 l i'i l 7 mi ' ii Iii -ii ! 27 i" tH "lit IK ii 22 i .Hi it ! W l' II' Ot 17 lt 2.1 i"i 2 : mt Via, Wl 12 ii Si iw 27 ii : it.4j 'i T" l li U 1 year... Pouhlc-nolumn advertisements. 1U per cent, ad vance on the above rate. . . ' Triple-column advrtisiunts. 2u per cent, ad , vani-e on t!ir above rates. Advertisements Io occupy pf-inl position. 10 ,nw .... t aili-.ni'i. nil III above r:ltc. oral Not.cos. on the same type as local ..); ..iitr Id rent tier lin?. All traii,.ieiitilv. rtoiiintniiUKt M...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 May 1876

MI CAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1870. MtM":n TIME. LOUISVIUC &Gt. SnilTHERH KAILKOAD LINK. TI!AISSJi01.(l SOLI 11. ixTi. 1 No" :'"r Jan. SO, 1576. I'aily Exj luily. i ' A. 5 I'aiiy. -unday. I. Milan . .. - 11 p.m. ll;ro a.m.; a m Ar Humboldt l.!:".'. a.m. 1"-: 2j p m- S:ff ' Ifr..wnulle 2:S " I. aft " :1I " " Mrniilia....' r:4tl " , 3.3) " 8:11 Train NoSmcttrli at Memphis with Mein hi A Little KfK-k U Lutie Kuk and all point in Texi.mnd Arkansas. TUAINS (;!. NO NOKTli. No. 4 ! o. T'aily Kx lirty.' I Sunday, i i.' SrlCa.m.' 4 Ii f.m i :!! " 7:ft " t 7:"i ' ! !'. " B.li " ! :45 " ' S.". " ) !':J " Witt ' " . .i . Ill:i , I l:4.'.p'ri'.' i.n " s- t i r.-4H " ... i Stiil I 7:.VI " I : ' .,.-,.. f.tf " ;. ilO.Vl " ' .-.-a Jan. 30. W: L'atly. f.v Mcmplii" ... Ar Hrownriilc " Humboldt... " Milan L Milan Ar McRrnrfo... 3: V. i ': five Paris 4') 1 Tcnn. Hii-. ' Tarkville 11-"' Outline 11:. 'VI Kuasclville i-:'Si flow line Or 1V O laspow Jc '2-41 Chve I'ity.J 2:V Kliabet!itn 4:")1 Leban...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 May 1876

' GE5EKAL BREVITIES. A Fkescii paraphrase of the familiar injunction " Keep dry" appears on a case of fine jrood intended for the Cen tennial Exposition. The inscription in Knrlih is : "I'lease beware for it of the humidity." Yov never Lear Krupp, the Trussian cannon-maker, ttay "Let us have peace, but wtien a couple of nations ret to making up faces at each other, le stands around and snats his hands. and says "Seek 'em! seek 'em!" A tailoh of Trouville, France, le canie so crazed through adversity that lie ran into the church of Bon Secours sind attacked the ministering priests at tlie altar. He hurled chairs tX them, and was to violent that the congrega tion was dismissed. In prison lie tried to commit suicide, and had to be taken to the hospital, bound hand and foot. Titkkk is an old lady near West minster, Mass., who for fifteen years has lived entirely alone. She is S.J tears old, and entirely blind. Yet she makes her own fires in the old-fashioned lire place, prepares her mea...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 May 1876

MEAR. I hennl the oril nf the nrfartacr At h? rend that Initio o!er, W hich miHlH-r wnr t our riKilB To the ancient tunc ot Hear. And I felt her anpri prewnre, tun lre those blrnt wordi; Mv hurt war tth mptnre filling Am swept a tlie eong ot bird. I lonired f t the Innd of Summer, Lite' Hiver, wnn waters clenr, For tne exlm , sweet eves of mnUier, Who sang toe oil tune at Mear. O the tale of the shepherd's watching orer the r flocks in the night! Of the 1-ar Lnnl, sending anroll Knsliruuded in glory bright! O storrl told in the Orient Tiei-h wanderinp fhepherd'i ear; Tht nt"ry. sunf by moOier To tlie hallowed iuue of Mear. 0 pure, white babe of tlie manger! Thy ktorr fthali ever run. Till redemption's work h finished. All soule to God's kingdom won! To-day, that e'er welcome cadence . Of KiiB floated hack to me; Over the paths ot my ehildhood, It lovingly came, all free. 1 thanked the nnd. kind All-Father For the memory brightly clear; The saintly tnnle of my mother. And her low voi...

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. — 11 May 1876

fie MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A..WADE, Editor and rauliher. ftCBNCatirTlOX BATM. Two dollar a year; on dollar fur nix innnthf; fifty cents for three month?, ixtakubly IX iu- VtXCX. ADYFRTISIXU RATKV week 2 weeks woek ) month 1 H! 1 7M I IV1 3 "l 4 ' V.i l 1 .HI 2 rVfil S .Vil 4 Kl 6 ( V W i ( 2 hi 3 2 4 Sol .i 7".l (ii 12 SO 2i 2 tii 4 im S " 1 ' 1"' 21 4 i 6 .Vi VI II Cl 1 ' 22 SO 41 M . cm .VI 11 i,i4 7'.,2f (' :J t WW (Hi HI ,vil4 rtiilT Vi'i . :!7 (l il (1 7 (HI 12 (Hi l'i il 20 no Ti 44 ll To a nir IS .VI 1 (si 22 Wl "n ( K) Oil 111 (Vi IT Ml 21 (10 2K ll 3 0 irt ' " 4 ft " l " it 1 yr.. 12 (Hi 3 'i,27 () 33 W 45 (l 7" () 120 (1 Houhle-eolumn advertisements, lOpit cent. ad- rincf on the abott mfe. Triple-column advertisements, S) percent, ad Advertisements tn iiroupj speeisl position, 10 per rent. advance on the above rates. "Local Notice"." Un the nm type as local reading matter.) 10 i-ents t line. All transient advertisement must hepsid for in advance. I early advertiaeuienU, quarter...

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. — 11 May 1876

34 MILAN EXCHANGE. THUKSDAY, MAY 11, 1S7C. roDLKi D Tim:. LGUJSViLLE &GT. SOUTHERN RAILROAIJ LIXE. TUAI.NS tiolNH RJl'TIl. No. 1 ' Jan. 30, 1!TS. I'aily El' I Cuii'lay. i No. 3 I'aily. Xo. 5 l'aily. . Milan llt.'iiip.ii!. llrWa.ni. 4:'V. a in Ar llumbolit lJv'.a.m. Z:'l" p.m.. 5:if " ' Itrownsville " ' " . 0:10 " " Mempr-i..... .r.:4(t " .1:St " S:4IJ " Train No 3 connes-ts al Memphis with Vcm t.his .V Little Kurk K'y r Little Kuck and all points in Text. and Arkansas. CANDIDATES. Stale Souato. TTTAWKIXl We are so'horijed to an- J X. miunce Alliert t.. Hawkins, of Carroll cum, a a candidate to represent tlibsoa and Carroll counties in tht Mate Senate. tXtLL wIDAXCiE. Two more "Centennial" bovs! 1.V.1HCBATIO.V. Xajor Sjrbea'a Speech laat Sufnrday Por Sliorl fT. I AIRI We are authorised to announce I M. L. Paird as a candidate for t-heriff of t. ibsoa county at the next August election. " pKXMIiT-We are anthorised to an . JL nouoce Capt. J. M. Mcknight as a can didate for Sheriff ...

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 May 1876

GEIEHAL BRETHLES. There are about 4,000 lawyers in Nw York hy actual count. Dr. Johh BrcHASAN, of Philadel phia, is in jail for issuing bogus medi cal diplomas. A bricklatek recently died in Lon don who wm found to have the heaviest brain on record; it weighed C5 ounces. The man eonld neither read nor write. riTT!FiLi, Massachusetts, boasts of a prl who poisoned her two aunts in a neat and expeditious manner, and she was a young colored girl without style or euueauon. ... Chinese hotels have raised thfir rates and it cost 2 cenU a day to stop around a first-class hotel. Of course commercial travelers are given the usu al dihconnt. A b6i'lino lake. twoJmiles in circum ference, has leen found in the island of Dominica. It is on Ion of a wooded mountain, and is 2,000 feet above the level of the sea. California Chinamen have discov cd a wav of drvinir and preserving: oys ters po that the bivalves taste better than sweet cake and five more satisfac tion than Saratoga ineu poiaiova. IIf.r...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 May 1876

TOW EM- rit r? T1t yearn aro I towed to Hearea npon my To build the uwer; and to this hour my tow hat4! not tK-en to'-l. II III 1 ill' aW'"lii 1 . - . - . . Im ' WbenH-oin Ui rrfili, n.l I ti-alchcd mv lal- t, Oo ftf irf-j il'Te, i i i Aid ih itt i't haned pi-f a nest, safe and anB," LiriUj lve. - IntaJltwlirl!Wchritii:flom, it ronjr yiih ferwen1- ni.rfit.- it S That happy r In Janglingwfay had told nfVny aritil. -Sor rhimc lifjrloirertwliMatii la I; o in my - MBl I turn, - '.w ' Come lop, -.ftrtie 1niat I Wald chuti-h Ho awormf went, and wnuck.sraa nrut, an j l wr wua yf baud,- , .. " Aiwi U yr1f huriat 'll-rcornl" ' "le'i my 'ar" wi til rriCB a urn n i mi in j j Fit j kfir ma wop nni none 'or wa tlicre IxJli tiV a km-H tmviw Hrr' tha'a crave. w , - .... . 17. ti control. 72' "r';""1 knTM 00,1 know '- r-r-n nowor ir.;tm frfiv innp re drv. 'lire be,.lji,-ynarricl stontj,' rip tfrant . pi :ti inn er pmr i iU ; - ft jjui Jin inra"i -:in r sure ho-T ran -a "Jiay, liptrn: lart vear'a vi...

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. — 18 May 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. rmcszrn bate. TwesVellar yewrl cue daller for d x asesrthrj nr mmi (ur three mcnUis, utiouit n ap eaaws. AtrrcxTisnrQ katcbl I w-k .week Jflfaj 1 W ft tJ 40 W WW 80 00 nm to 00 w w M w lanU ( W 1 I- wwff w a war w a 8 eo a Sooxj www 00.4s 00,: ms 00 1 001i 90 Dowble-eolnma advertinanto. Idfumt. ed- vaooa en the above rate. Tris4e-oiame adverUsemeats. H) per emit. M- nmtkilnnt. , , ... Advertisements to eorupy special position, 10 are t advance oa the above rate. readies: saatter.) 10 mtl per line. Katicea. ' UB IB Ml typ All traslstedvisemutamtrlbpld' fori" ad ranee. Yearly aJverUseinenU. auarterly OaTtaaciMVtbatw at Respect an 4 remark en saarriTe. one-half f regular rate. Pimrla UkoiMMMiU of marriages an 4 death la eerted gratis. THUESDAY, MAY 18, 1876. Mr. F. B. Fiabcr, the talented editor of the Alamo Sentinel, vas married, on the 10th tost, to Miss Lid Fleming, of A I mo. We con gratulate our happy friend and hia beautiful bride. Slatter sent ft young aligator b...

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. — 18 May 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1876. I &GT, RJ.ILROAD LIST. TRAINS OOlfiQ gOCTH. Ka.1 N.i 1 Ka.ft ApcUS.ir. Daily El Ixulr. Wiiy. baaaar. Lr Nilu. ill:50a.aa.ll2:2na.BJ. Ar Haaboldt il2:a.m.K:4Sp.a " BrowBsriila J:16 " 1.50 " M lt.mpeiaJ 6:40 - J:50 " 3:15 a. I S.45 6:15 :0r Tnun NaSeooaeet at Memphis with Mem ahn A Liul Rack R'y r Little fiock aad all a-oiaU ia Iih aad Arkuw. TRAINS OOINU KOHTH. Ke. t N. 4 No. April 31. 1876. Daily. Daily Eg Daily. gaaday. R 41 a-m. 2:li p.m. J:40 " 4: " 4:: 5-li " 5:55 " 7:15 " : -9.1S " 11:41 p.m. 2:10 a.m. 3:10 " 3:45 " S: 4 40 -5: " 6:M " :33p'a. 05 " :M " 11:10 6:00 p. 83U " 9:40 1U:1U 10: IS " 11:14 " Ar Brew Bin lie Humbolat-. Milaa .... Milaa Mriieati-. Paria Teaa. Ri. Clarksvill fl atari Rasaeivill Le Ar VH6 p.m. U:K " Bowling Ur, Ulaagew Je; Pit 1 12:06 - 12:17 " 1:43 1:14 S " : 12: It " 12. Zt 1:2 1:30 " fclS " S.-4 F.liaaeetbla Lebanon Jc Ciaeiati Jc lieuiarille- TraiBNaleoBnact a Humboldt and MUaa frana point Soetb tkmof for Loa...

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. — 18 May 1876

DmiNO Janaarr.February and March of the present year 6,162 Irish emigrants left Ireland, 4,067 of whom -were me and 2,695 women. " . 1 ' ' ' ' VA The prls at the High School at East harnptewi, Mas., have formed a btu ball nine. The hoys sit around and catch them o t!e fly. T r - ; , r. ; i THk'rpogmancc 'of' the "Chinese To railroads is based upon an article in their religion ancetor-X)rship. Con structors of railroads pay no attention to ancient burying-places.;-, ; .- The Lord Mayor of London has fined a railway company j5o0 for having placed that .fiambef of head of cattle on trucks not previously cleansed, dis infected, and liflie-washedas prescribed hJl.l. .ii :M ?, : A South Bend, Ind., barber was poized with a fit while shaving a cus tomer, and cut the man's throat so seri ously that for a time it was feared he would bleed to death. A Kalamazoo woman being told while in church that a decree of divorce had been granted her, began to sing at the top of her voice, My country, 't...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 May 1876

LEA Tff.X TZS TWJ1EBE. T , t i. Kiaaa-oUmi, rlKvimr Wtier "wmt Her liojr )ut a4, mud with trange tear poa- MHtd, , Han throntm the atrerta, bWinr ererr door "ur wme rue iba Whirrs ?c rtortli. m' fntil hprxlrf!)ari at 0 frantic rrief. For which tL wi.-itf ilelf no re iliel, Reran in Jf : T)ir riri la lost Ikt head 4 What aUcine ltat inii cure the dead?"., But on raw'o, ami takin pirv'g part, 4 Offered thin niai to her a-hmr heart : I ear irirl fwtrtroE 7cnhii Hut Uieic'-'J.it'T h!kt ill lielp yjuf ijnyj" Axkinr hif nxine, tie (tirl waa .trniirhnray aeut To (rood i.auuiina, and to lit ro she wcDt. Vou luir ILk jiow-r Vt nw-mjr iid thfffi The liosNlumi swerc,. J ,ln thin 7o?i. Found la a hoe rk'rc neither proom nor br)4e 1'an nt uvr rittw, juaa Barmaid has chad." Then, w!Uiere4il4 Hill akvedaV'U herVaJst, I rum 4k to na ury rurwvl hpfac4 t n hor sad errand l.nl could cro. no door w here dealli il:u k tdi.idow ha't not passed be ,"re- rT rZ hrr one voir Torrrar (itM-viMMy Uca; A4, 1 he ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 May 1876

MILAM EXCHANGE. MRWRIIflOX KITUH. Two dol'sr year; one dollar for rlx month.-; fly rcsu for tiirct. utonih, ir AfcuitLT is At- AIVI.HTIMXU RATK1. ? 5 O E : c B P I I . TIME. week i 1 (J 1 TV 2 Sol S nni 4 K 2 week I ! V J .to' 3 Sli' 4 Vl! on a VI 1 ( . week , I OI, J Z' 4 ."ill S 7v "I IS J' 1 month Z .Hi 4 W S .V) 7 ' 1" IS "" , 4 HI 6 5t g t II Wt 22 . S ( . .Ml II .Ml 14 Ti ' "' Ml t n HI 10 Ml 14 li IT Ml 21 M) 37 " S ,7 Hi 12 (Hi 1 ll 3) mi 27 m 44 l' 71i t " . (r 11 .Ml It l 22 l Ml OH Ml l 9 ' o HI 17 li 21 HI 21 m IH'i im I rr . : 12 Ui a 27 HI Si J 43 ft 'S H' 13 "I lTouMe-cnlemn advertiaement. 10 per cent, ad vance on the above ratca. Triple-column nilvrrtiaement, 30 percent. ad vance on the above rate. . A JvcniemriiU to occupy apecial U'i. 1" icr cent, advance on the above ratoa. "iAi'-nl Notice." in the fume type a local reading matter.) 1" cent" per line. . All trani-icnl edvertiarmciit inual lcpail for in ndvence. Yearly advertisement, quarterly in alt ancc. Obilnari...

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. — 25 May 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY. MAY 25. 187C. CX9KMT.m TIME. LOUISVILLE &TT.SOUTHEEH EAILBOAD USE. TRAIXa OOUtf IMK.TH. JSe.1 Daily Ex JEe, April XLIC. Mir. tw Milaa II 50 p.m. tt: a.m. Ar UuMM l:3a.m., 12:46 a.m, -BmwTilk :I5 I.. to " Mompau I a: to I 3:5 - a-lSa-m- a:5 " Traia Hlfwiiwt at Mrmphk with Mw hi A Little lUek K ' Liuie lk w4 all oiata ia Iiim u4 Arkaaa. TRAIN'S UOIXU KOKTU. April 3L. lSTt-i S.l Daily. I No. .Daily Eg. I tfaaday. I No. a Doily. Li Mfatkk 12:41 o.w. l:p.a. J:40 t: 4:.w i 11:41 B.m 2.Na.m 3:W " 1. 43 " S:.VI " 4 40 " L . JO - . - .Hi " Ar RrowaariHe a p. at arm l:W - Ilambuidt- " Milaa L Mitaa Ito-lS Ar Mcb,ai 6: IS i:M 7:15 :4 11:15 - fan. Tea a. Ri. CUrkrvUl tiatkrle RaoaelvUt HHp ' :i " 1I:W 'vi a " ttowliaatir 11:P ttlaogvw Je UrOi - Car City ;i!: 17 - KliaaWtata, 1.43 Ubuol Je :15 - UaeiatiJ . Laaivilla. :25 1:SI r.M - :1 " 3:49 - Traia Ka t r aaaeet at HaaiaotJt aaJ MUaa trim aaiaia 8watk thrrmf fur Lmurrill : at OtUra aritk Bt L A 8 K K y; at UbuMiiar...

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. — 25 May 1876

GHSERAL bcevitils, . i- V - Kscrp, the rranmakerfte thrtehM nia,n in Germany, not vea excepting Daron Rothschild. " The camellia,whichlfci8rlerelhe most beautiful hot-house plants grows wild in the hedges of Japan. " Orax;e culture in Georgia has brrn tried with success, anj"the frujt Is $fl to rival that of norida, J'JJ Jtij .' An Indiana man is slowly recovering from blindness caused last August by pressing a piece of ice M his forejiead w hile warm from overwork rr r The Scotch herring gfirie .Star ?,ow,uuu yearly, i cries do not fall miiea beWw that figure. i - . . -1; Seeds of the mabosranr-tree rrwa three or four years ago ra tie jslaofl tl Mauritius have already produced trees twenty feet high, and from three to six inches through the trunk.' -' ' 1 A- Insteai of the six regular resting days " in each month recognized from time immemorial, the Japanese uov ernment has substituted four,' corn ponding to the Christian Sunday, and tiiev have also adopted the old New England cust...

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