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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 June 1876

OUR CESTEKSIAL. rCJGE5T PARAGRAPHS. I 0 HT E. HORHAS OrX.flSOK. WhMi Frwlom flrt her flar unftarled Ar.ro the land which mr in trr. And .book iu Iwiplit f..lli lo the world, A nrw-bura pI'Ty fur 1 It twin wrn Imn't, her rank were few, Fwtiie her power nd weak fwr hand; Th nurseling up to i!inhKil frew. And strode a (riant o'er tiie land. And now a hundred yeai hare flod :iv-e firm ttiat lianner on the ky It pl'iriouD tar and tripe outxpread, A Kiirn i.f h'.ix" and triumph nigb, It vmtellMtiun, burning- linght, II i p-niicd new ciars from otlier rpherei. And caurht the dawninK f Urn light M'hicn flame along the end let years. ll 'n have lir:ieht tlie lightning down. And hnniewd it pi J.i :;J(.ir will ; Iik fwrtu in every harbor frown, ll thunder (.'ieep on ererv lull ; Its ixmer in felt 011 l..nu and aa. Itn commerce . w rci-om the tide. And nulli.ii.B of the Inure and free .Senile beaealli ilf ehelirriuUe. T!ie weary cenCirire etvte Had grown through ye r of tn;fferel wrong; BW"re f...

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. — 1 June 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. WiAtWABI. El rahlUhe-r. MKOtIlTlOJI KATES. Tm dollars ft tmt! u dollar for if x month Ifty nil! fur tbrea moBUs, IKtAniiKLt IX AB- VSKCS. Adtektisixu ttA ES. o i h h x o b i 7 3 ? f o SI: ! : H 1 rf l ' I 8 r t ; ? : i : i i : : ' 1 T.-.l 1 50! Jl Mil 4 W in tf 3 M S W! .V' 0" n 6 1" 00 5 2SI 4 8 7ft! S Wli U0 J weeks 1 flit weeks 2 til 1 month t ; 4 l. 6 ft) 7 w W I" as 00 4 Mi. 6 S 60 11 i 16 Ml 22 .VI 5 Ml' B 5 II SO 14 73l Ifl :l Ml 6 on lo i 14 oo 17 so v. Hi r, mi w ii (i ib w iz w mi w u on 4 " 6 " 6 " 1 year - ... i.i Ail iai -Mi tt -n 111 AA IV TO Ml ( l3 oil IS 00 S ) ') i 60 im MJ (in W Ml 17 W 23 Ml W Kio Mi ti6 Wi'llfi Ml 12 rtiiZO 00 27 (DiO 0U45 00 75 00 1JU 09 lioable-eolnnta advertisements. 10 per cent, ad vance on In above rates. triple-odnmn advertisements, 30 pcrnt. ad vance on lbs above rates. Advertieiuents Ui occupy special position. 10 Cir wit. advance on the above rates. khI Notices." in the fame type u local reading matter.) 10 cent per iiee...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 June 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. TimisDAY, jrxn 1, istc. LOUiSVJLLE &GT. SOUTHERN BATI.no A D LIXE. TRAINS ti'Jl.Mi Kill Til. ) No. ! ! April 31.17. Pally Kx 1 Sunday. I Nn.:l llaily. X... ') liaily. I.v Milan -'11:)p.m. 12:'-"" i.ni. :i:l"ia.in. Ar Ilambol.lt U':1ila.m. V1:V, ..i. "Brownsville 2:1.", ;-.:.-, " Memphis....! S:4i) " 1 3:"0 " K:U". " Train NoSconnccts at Monii.hi" with Mcta ahi .V Little Kofle R'r 'it Little Rock an. I all iHtintf in Texas and Arkitnrar. TKAINH GOl.'.G NO HI II. No. 2 liaily. 1 X... 4 i I liaily Eg j Sunday, t April 31, 1K7S.1 !aily. l.r Memphis. ... 1J:41 a.m. 11:11 p. .":! a. m ti-.U " Ar RrownTille: Zrrip.ui.i :?'la.iu. II uiuboldt. .H:4" 4: Jit S: 10 t S:4l lH: 111 " lit': J.i " ill:l". " f " .j::z:i: i " Milan I.v Milan Ar MKcnxia.- " Paris " Tcnn. Riv. Clarksville .1: t" .".:."sl 4:fi r,:J 6:t H::ri. 16 :.tX 11:10 1J.12 1 U 1:.".2 2::1 3:1.) 3:40 4l 5.1". 7:1'. H-iH 8:15 ' Guthrie. Russclville I'l u'i p.m. i;,.ling.r 11:11) " 1 Gln-gow Je M-.iC " Cave City.....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 June 1876

: . .GEXEEAI BREYITTES. - In Nevada, when a building falls and killf! two frr three people, the jury first liunt up the contractor anil hang turn, and then bring in a verdict that nobody is to blame but the contractor, who could not be found. ' . i . '., Two Albany medical students went out after a corpse for dissection. They had du?r opta a grave, and were lifting the tofiiu, when a watchman fired upon thfin. The bullet hit a student and tumbled him into the crave. He aad his companion escaped but without the body. ;v , Miss Smith, of Heading. T:w, who lost the uw of her limbs through sick ness when a child, u now 20 years of ape, and has a'coach and twin goats, with which she drives out nearly every day. The little animals were "trained specially for her pse, and she guides, them well with the reins. A startling rumor comes from Paris that lon gloves nearly reaching to the elbow and requiring twenty buttons will be essential to the peace of mind of every well dressed lady this yea...

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. — 8 June 1876

TRUANT MADGE. BV KATE ITTKA 0GOOI. The ahadowi lie tlce injr on field and bill; The com came home d hour ro; The heet are hived and Uie aeU are till Where can the child be lingering aor Oh. where can the little Ucirard atay ? So awifi ol loot a die ever haa been It ta rm an far. bv Uie meadow way, '1 o the lane where the blackberry Tinea beg is. Her mother tandn In the doorvrav there, Miadmjr hrreyea fr-n the aetting aun, And up and dowa, with an anxioua air, Looks for a trace of the truant ldc. Ilaa fhe wanOered where the fir amp tower Wow In the darkling wood and loat her wav? linn he ipiet In (n'lrea-hcrna boij below 1 lint hidca under roosnea green and gaj Nav. timomoa mother, aiar yonr feara! onr llll'.e in.'ti.len ia aale the while. No omrii bird wreaiiuu her ttartied ear; -u lorcM wwr.ea ner iu negunc. rjh ia otlr Oan linf amid Uie rve. There at the end . I the clover-plain. And iuiliiig a ilaixy-Mae, to try Wliclliit lii-r love lovea hack again : And WiB bra .-In ftvee the h...

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. — 8 June 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.1 IK.M',,M FWilM-r. NI-IPM-KirTlOV KATIX. Two dollar yean one dw'.Ur fiu-fix month: CfU muU lot three iutL, liKULY lx i isrt, ' ' ' AOVTTIH. KATF.H. 0 I 2. S 1 s r t ? r 1 1 2. TIKK. , 3" I i s ek 1 1 uii i 2 .'" ? ; ! week r ! ."' I ' 3 Hi 1 ii" - 1") w ! ("I it. 5 a.. 4 ..I -v 7 . ? "! l . u J 4,1 .t H !! l t tl Ml 1 II '"' 'h -;" ' " f, ' -1 1! .vi U 7S 31 ' a ' w. .: ti -m II Kl 17 : W U) 41 ( M ill 141 ml ? ' ! 7 u i'i ) ' - 44 "' I" '!!! .. i 5 ., ;l -,i 14 (rfi Oil H) HI Vl ' fcl Ifl o ! , im . i? i.. ; ' ' J! t ITT- ' -- ' . - Tri.le-. olin..n a.lvrrti-mriitP. JJ lr reii. i- ........ t, siovr rui. . i 1 ,-u;.y fie, i,.i poit;..r.. to , i ihe fim- type ' I .W,::Lr ';:.;r"r,; iKrTvM'.. l-rui i . rJ.n iHiincr.) iwHr riij. mlvmire. Yeriy ftJi erti.-tinLt. qunierly ouwlVib,,.. of nt . lcc,.rk,n mrrinrp.nne-hln.ireuiaTri.iii.. rinij.iu .! nf mrmtM a tlti titslAlhtf 10- . rniKUiui'meou 01 raamnra m urann iu- TIIUUSDAY, JITXE 8, 187J. A family of eighteen Tennese...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 June 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, JUNE , 1870. EHT, RAILROAD LINE. TRAIN! tiOlXU SOUTH. I No. 1 ; April 31.1878. Daily Ex1 Nil. 5 Daily. No... Daily. fr Milan lltVip.m. I?::" a.m. At Humboldt 12: im.m. U:4p m- Hrown ille 2 1 " " ' Mempbi 5:40 " ' ;i: xi " ::1" am S:4f. " A:!'. " ,H:it" " Train XoSfinnwIi at .Memphi. i:h Mem- I rhi- A Little Rork K r')r Little Ruck and all , lioint in Texas and Arkansas. TRAINS iiIMi MUtTM. No. 2 ! No. 4 No. 6 April 31. 1C6. laily. , Daily Ex laily. Sunday, i l.v Memphis . .. 12:11 a.m. 11-41 p.Tn.l S:it p.m Ar lirownsville 2:Up.m. 2:la.in. H::l " lllHTiboldt...t 3:l " : 3:1(1 " 9:40 " ".Milnn 4:3t " .t-Ti " l":lil l.v .Milan i :SM " ! .H:.J " ,1I:J: " Ar.MrKcniie... 5:1. " 4:Vl " 11:1.-. " I'aiis J 5:.i . .V-Ju " ; " lum. Riv. 7: IS " ! fi.ni " 4-larktville 8:48 " ' S::t;p-m. " liuthrie ! :1." " " " 1 " Kusselville l:f.p.ni. H:"H ' Howling ir 11:10 " 11:10 " ; " tila-..w Je 12.H". " 12:12 ' . " Cave City... 12.17 " 12:21 Llir-abetlitn 1:4-1 " 1:"'2 " Lebano...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 June 1876

(iEXEBAL B SETITtES. fc Kite finli m'pfvesSsTnT 4? Y been lost in tlia W,uoe9tr fisheries tbia year. " 1 " J' Jitxje Vr Zi uttaRT, tvhft vras; buried at Igansr,ort,"Ind., last'weet," Lad si sons and they were his pall bearer; ,' Ik huotJip iippotaiil it Is'eistom ary toJJia&y tuna. of. a i very-lieavy caliber and bullets hardened with tin or quicksilver, and to fire at as short a dis tance as possible. ' m , t Thb- a JiSfeh JL'ost-flfB'W MTin j--banks Mi ltd" wer went-fiev cailUona sterling in band ea lice. 31, 1875. ,Th-y received nearlj wiive ni!liofu last year, and only paid out seven. -.. . i, Six, hundred and tinety-nin thou sand fivo Imndccil. aad filty-ionr pun barrels were, tested and marked last year in tbt Birmingham proof-house, an increase of C.i.OOO over 1874. A mabkied woman was charged, at ttow Street Police Court, in London, the other day, with drunkenness, and was fined 2. Her husband, it was stated, had paid 250 in fines within the last few years to release her...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 June 1876

; BLIND NED. r ? fcTIBWIV BC8SEIX. ;" Who'i dat ttr playln'? Shuck I I with I wotn blin'; , Bat when de Lord he tuk 107 tyet, he let' 1ST yeah b hin'. iTIXi TrriUhiiT Bb? I fought I rooo'cited your iKWin. J jj 1 4 novel twa yon, aoon't I becred de flddltufoin. 1 Shot 4at ain't rfcrht Jc' le me show yon bow to islay iui t I feel 1 1 ukb 1 cuatd make de fiddle talk di' after- Now, don't ran ee dat counter! Jea' a little IjII too iuya - . - . - Well, net.. niiu'-t guei jo'll lcara to tuae her by an' by. , W i- You'i )es' like all musicianeri dat learns to p1t liy nou-, ' Ton ain't rt,jngic Inyau, aoyou has to hab it wrofr; . - :r Now dat mu-tscipww-oirtiTd debhtW.in'f'you t,iy by - - - For Aat'a jle iilier i' oL tuiuic fiia' lor to Io yon aot, vbea Dtd was picki' oa a'c He mhhiw knoiwa de dTtfenni'-e atIxt a flat an ne s.fnie. ' For l)vid k no wed le music, 'dough he didn't know de name. Now, what ehilUrvn n- emefit lTlf) f an' uirk Well, will, Jo' Jy ctfiition, an' I'll job you "'Jhi'...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 June 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. W A D E. Kdl Uor ana at laiirr. H('nS4HIITIOX KATES. Two doHars yeev: on dulfnf for si nv-.nthr: IflT cents lor llrco tuoifhs, in AiuaaLT in n- rsrr. i 1 . ' ' A DT I'.RTIHI Xti tlAiK. i k i i a I Jf F ? i I -. i 2 a- j t r ill f I ; j -week J we-ks .weeks 1 month 1 ll 1 7T 2 -VII 3 w'.j 4 l0 fi .'; 1" 01' 1 Vi 2 at I 3 ' 4 fi ' f .V)i 15 ( J r' J IV So 6 7"' X 12 So 3i 5 2 Mi 4 (" 5 rl 7 Oil 111 00 15 . 25 4 mi f 50 H 5(1 11 i IS HO 12 50' 4" t'l S - . "si II 5i 14 75 W 1i oil n n ,ii In 5 14 i 17 5 - 5" :S7 ; 7 ( VI fi lfi lai 2" Oil LT l) 44 (i 71' HO .-.'i-j r... lu Ml .Ml ill I.I J1 ml Ml IV! 4 r " p. " 1 year.. ii' no 17 in u m!2s on ( h'i rti lift on ,. ie nr. tn, ..i II; M 2u I"' i-i r - is. w ko i Double-column mlvertiwmtnU, 10 per oent. ad vance on the above rate. rfiple-eolumn advertisements, 3) percent, ad vance on toe aUve rales. , Adverti-onicnt to occupy special tk1'. W per cent, advance ou the above rate. ''Local Notices," iin the same type at l...

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. — 15 June 1876

' r'JI-"3 P .tifrrrTi afta-" 1,g,M'm iifCT?M BaPM MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, JUNE 1J, 187C. 10UISYILLE & 6T. SnUTHEBI BAlLROAP UNE. TRAINS UoLS (WTII. t No. V.; N.l laaiig. Na. 4 Daily. I fund! I t Milan I--. ISiStB.B. ::. a.m- Ar Hamboldt 1 a.m. 12i p.m. .1:4.1 " P.rewasville! " ; l,.w " . MS " Hcmpl-i I :8 " I th J ftHri " Train Ne S reciaect at Memphis with Vni Us ,i Lint K tt LitU Krk aad all points ta Tela and ArVanaa. TRAINS (IO!?: NORTH. Ne. 2 laily. I Ne. 4 I iDeily Ex t reay. i Ne. Daily. April 31. 1S7S. l.v Ar Memphis .12:41 a.m Hrownsv illei 2:ftp.m, lla.aaoldt.i 3.-4H ' Milan , 4:JD " Milan ! : Mcheniioj 5:15 " Pan S:.V " Teun. Riv. 7:l " ClarkvilU ! :, " ttulhrie i IMS " Kasseiville V:'n p.m. ltowliagtir U:X " tilagw Je " Cave City... U: 17 KJiaabethta. 1:4 Lebanon Je 2:1 Cia.-in'ti Jc : " Louisville. 3:2 " . 11:41 p..l SnWBKm . 2:Wa.. :! - i 3:lu " 4B : 3:4.i " lntM " Kcli 4:40 " ' 11:14 S: - : 4r.w 1 .. " : tiM " ! . 11:W " ; 112 " (.., 12:25 i , 1: I 2: i t Ar I 1...

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. — 15 June 1876

VEXE1UL BRETITIES.. r New York young ladies tilTlc. theif bair Cascade over their forehead iu ' lunatic fringe." . . , ' ' - Of ,he S3.000 persons employed id watchmaking in Switzerland, One-Uiird are women. Tub dignified Christian Witnetn speaks of a burglary whose perpetrate orsj'priod tha door open with a Jaaiu." TliBjrirl students all orerth coun try who graduate this year are resolv ing to dress for that occasion in ordina ry calico, f : ,f , The Maharajah, lbs rich young In dian Frinoe who bought the Emprews Eugeni'- diamonds, has died. c)Vhisky killed him. . H And now comes a Boston . woman who, to outdo her fashionable sutr& with ,the?r 20-bntton glojres, has invent ed and wears 40-outton stockings. The displacement of the new British man-of-war Inflexible, when ' all ' her weights are on board, will be no less than 11,407 tons exceeding that of anj 6hip ever built. "', , Professor Parker, of Iowa Cityi has lost four out of .five children by ac cidents. One was thrown by...

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. — 22 June 1876

sEnmr mouairtsr ' ' BT lift WARD GLVKDOIT. Farewell, urciThPsrt! Sfnne aummer'a en1d Our haim fait lii.-Und aa the le-area, Atifl all pie Jova of ufl c-ommrii'leil Kill with the awal.own Iran thr eare. W'h. n I,ov was bv rur li"art delemled . .., " Wfl h tt Desire oeeiTe. . .X t tfc.Hi f i f.i that nil jrfieMlel , ,0.u m lew v,h fr.irncro.1 iheavea. Wf k ami Utter weather, '. W e re cwtt.c at Jat iint4 -x1-liy; We to, bv ninmuT Sun together, Kii-ntrnt 'iuwrr time. an.J flare not err , A rain IK awM, that rarea not tictlier ' We maiiy rhrtouc t jiart or die. (It Knnl'l U- U'-ft ltui faqw-Um When bran 1.. aarn.iHl rtiU a Ip June'iy.t t ig'i wt both dv-UnLfctJ , Tola kl.f tnVlu.it hlioiiiil endure .1 The ialiant hour to tliis Invncl; Kadi ci.nnir.ir Urn', umt tu,.i a Inre. liuiintm, W ever ri ta bUflttail. We are am oi ovnaMMi a.) cure; -C For modm f-pethcarir paure. affrt;.-htrj, ?' - . .. : - -Harittr't bataT. Tir &EDTOPJCQW. Sow Fiftqw-Toiftw lr'. tbr fly iruni, AnJ (-w e'f m. l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 June 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.trnE.Ellr and Pnblihrr. To dollar year: nnedo'!rfwi month-; fifty cent tor three asontaii itbialt is 4t) , scr.. AITCRTtHISO it At".. -I s ' l : I P j c I ! : I i o f a r r week I mi 1 71 i M S ' J tr.. i . 2 so; sm: -w ni 6 10 . t - I a., i . . IS (1 ?' i til ek t ff S tsl ST'i ' ClnQth 2 Aii 4 0i S SO 7 1) 4 . W ft M 11 I"' II V (tl 11 It) .' tl r ;57 W 40 on f.1 r 7n l) l III .Hi 11 SO 14 7 !" I 6 i (t h 14 mi 17 s t u i i'" w a" f,i -7 , w, Aim on 1 (II. no vt iii j1 fin ,0 II - - t? ,. , - in i n in : in m mi liS tin vrr.'12 HU Si iio 27 w " ' -" lloable-eolnnin advOTti.emeBU, 10 pel cent. !- vtnn on the aoove rale. . 1 ri.ic rlmn ..IvcrtliftnU, 20 Pr eeot. ,-eneeontliea'ov.m-. Adverti.-einent to iwlm rpecial position, in percent. dtan.n the above rate. 'Lo-l Notl-e.'' i ' .VP ,"'a, rejulinc m.illrr.nilrntF per line. All tranl-til a.Kertienw-nt-niu.toep.iI r-irtn advance- Yearly adverUeineaUs. quarterly ia advance. - 9bitUfie. tribute nfltepe-t and remark on...

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. — 22 June 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, JUNE . . LOUISViLLE &T. SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINE. TRAINS OIJtJ PUITU. No. 3 Ne.S Dtuty. April 9, UBt. rv.ir Ex eaaday. i Lv Milan U-!p.m. l i.m. Ar Hainaeldt 'U:4p.m., S-4-. " Browvl.V' Z:15 " I l.Sd - fr.K " M.I.J b:i - I -.: - j : " Train So S lonaarts at Mewtpbi with Mem phis 4 Little Ruck K'y r Little Rock tai ell jwmt ia Tcuf aad Arkaasa. THAtX MOISU NORTH. No. 1 N. 1 S. April . tot Daily. Daily S lilr. f 1 Monday. I Lt Ar Membhl 11:41 p.M. 2: Id a.m. 3:W " - &.W " 4:40 " D ai " ftsj ;:,. a.O'! " 5:l p. :. ltroWUSvill Humboldt- Milaa lt-W : I.V Ar MlllB Mt:tt " 11:15 " Mckenii.. : . I arie. ......... Trna. Iliv. Clark -Till kasiwlvil) i W:6 p.m. Howling wr ii iu Glance JolMw t'av CityI 12:17 Elisabetata! :a Lebanon Jci 2: IS Cinciu'ti Je; 3 ' Louisville-.! 3:26 '11:10 12:12 12:23 " l:tt 2::n " itl'i " 3:40 M Train N 2 connect al Humboldt and Milaa from point Sonta thereof for LeeiMrillr ; at tiuthrte with bt L A 8 K K'r; at 1-eWaoo Juae tiea with...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 June 1876

GBNttHL BirEYIIlCfiC ion in Jeter of . Lirtt'-flos b U the wosi w holesome meat for human l-in?. It can no lonrri$cojr$U'l n.orffl'pC'i able to regale one's guests with such meat. ' r--'.w. i ' A coiyiKivxisii,"t- tko, TeViV Xetra 44' ryn; In theCtfiriii l-'Hrolin one of t he Siamese twiaav She has late ly boon married to uiaa similarly af-dic-Unl, whf Jva teller in the instilA"- tiin if it ! ! "-. a? " J . si ' i 7 -:' ' Ak in"rat"o"ri led to tRr? f l!c-fn' Ftrikin result :-Vf wry V traders lut seven acqtrimi trMh.h: Ffm6ueh fiad result fanner are cotnparaiifolf oxenit.Uf ,Ua4aofarnprrho !.- tne t.untjtui ta ISku&CSptiaVJti JUJ-. naeliusetu onlv 14 were farmers; and of -',.") jO in NewA'ork only 4G wore iarin ors. Less than twer per cent, of the bankrupts belonged to the agricultural population years ago, -though that population so largely exceeded that of :ill other vocations. How is it at thte epoch of our country's history?, Ovstf.es do not abandon, tlteirvra m a great Hflmb...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 June 1876

TOM. r e i I i Ve, Tora'a the fellow Oiat eror you knew, 4uat liatrn tnihiaf - When the ol.l niU toot lire, anil the flooring fell thmu vh And I iih it. heluleM. then, full in my Tlew. 1 4 V hat do you think my pvm saw thmurh the lire, Tbaaereiit mim, rrefHMoM.-fcnrherwtd Higher, .Itut KUn. niyTmtif.riT; laortirir to we Xu nhtainK- il muitt Iimc come there after ToIllel torte fnnn the C'ttmro without An tiding him. Timii. what a shout fh! haw I fhoutM, "Tor heaven's sake, men, rae lluk- Kohial" Aiamai'l atrain Tnejr lrte4Bt!ie fire hetf Uiein Lack Bka a will. I wH bear them g-o at It, and at it, and call Neer roi1, H' f, aftilin likua We're oom c .p4 v. a raat rt,n.' Ttwy oouLlutaee h,n) but I' will. It j tt . Mill on aViin, l.i ,U ntraw hat Careful)vil-e I'V lim mle. and hum. hl.ired ct the flarm, mm a 4!jy mi-prim" ; jiliu awl aneotiaekma, arer tt mt. The mar ol ino Mr up ooi uioal batalent 7he aoniiJ of liia nAri' e' fctmAuir hU ante - From reiwhiug the rJu.1.- But beard, 'fit ca...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 June 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.YYAIE.Illtor and PnblUhrr. KI'BM'KIITIOX K4TIX Twa dollar a yeart one dollar fur ii nnothr: filly kuK ior three ranutbf, t. tiaiilt is i- tSCK. ADYKBTIIKIXU RiTEM. work I 2 week 1 U" 1 T! ! V) S Oil (l SO; W 0 1 Ml i fsl1 S fi 4 A"! A" I IS " wMi i ! ! ;Ti! 4 :i S 7.V i 12 M! 3i 1 month 2 -Hi! 4 m ft .Mi 7 i 10 1' - ' 4 fti rV S VI 11 1 ' - f" " " S IH 11 Sii 14 TS 20 0": .' " Ml 00 4 fi (l 10 Ml 14 HI 17 Ml 23 Ml 37 ' ) 7 (ti r fm id ui 3i no 27 44 i o 6 " wis Ml 1H fi 22 im :H' -V ( xo 10 mi 17 IW Z 2 !,: 00 41 Kfi ' 1 year 12 (IK 31 (M 27 33 0t 45 00 7.i Wl 1JU 00 IooMf-rolump.lvertiwiiicnt5.10ercnt. ad vance on the above rate. Triplc-coluinn adrcrtisemenU, 20 percent, ad vance on the above rate. Advertisements lo occupy reclal roMtiun, 10 per cent, advance on the above rate. 'Local Notices." 'in the nni type a local reading matter.) In cent ier line. . II transient advertisement must I paid rnnn advance. Yearly advertisement.-, quarterly in advance. Obituarie...

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. — 29 June 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, JUNE '-". 17C cxni:Mt:B tik- LOUISVILLE &TT. SOUTHERH RAILROAD LINK. TRAINS iiOlSH SOUTH. N . 1 No. 3 No. 5 Daily. April 31. IPC Daily Ex Uaily. I Similar, i Lt Milan 11:"ia.aa. 12 'J) a.ta. :t:.ia.m- At Hambnldt 12:3i.ai. U:4. p re- " " Hrowiii'ville .". i l.-'sj i .Vli T aUaaV.Jr &: -"- 1 fcnaj i : " TRAIN No. I eoatect at lkn'i Jane, trilb Knaxville Branch: it fna eily aad from -Mammoth Cave; at (ila-arow Jam-. ti and from lilaarow; at Nasbt-ttl with Nasb-vill-nd Ciaitavavoog Uailraad : at Deeatar :jla-WM.hlr and CharleMoa-Railroad : at Ca'.ara with aS.. K. A 1. K. K. : at Untlirie with St. Looia and Southeastern Kailwa: at Mckenzie with Na.hvilie ami Northwealcra ' Railway : at Montgomery with Mooilo and Montgomery Railroad, fur Pensaeola. Mobile and Neaa Orleans. 'IHAIN No. 3 connects at Nashville with Nasln ille and Chattanooga Railroad: at De ratur with Mmphi and Charleston ltailruad: at itirmingham with Alabama and Chatta nooga Hailioad: at ...

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. — 29 June 1876

GENERAL Mil ITIES. . , Tub foot-and-mouth disease has brok en out with preal violence amonr Hie Lops at Outremont, Canada. Hundreds are dead and dyin. A 1'aejI paper ay: f A . prominent American professor of botany is much lanplicd at on account of his name Ir. Mary Walker." . itit tmneso are me mcrcnants in Java, and Tshtw they rum! 3M,ViO, rank higher than the natives, and are generally wealthier than the Dutch col onists. -. r. t r I A Ui.ironsTis hee tJesirrurd a! nevr sum gijrkttfic teal for that ttat, frmr Ut-X and a haliJiih, a foot thick, and made of 41 tarWties of wood, all grown in California. ........ l5r.VAi.T ii new history f the Vjiitrd Statt'i ptn9 Capt Joba Sruith t'pst varicator, l'ocohontM beinjr only 12 years old when l'owhattan failed to do his duty. ' Com .hoik-re Vamjekbilt is said to be worth over $50,000,000, and to have more available resources than any otLer mmi in America. And yet be is t2 years of ae and in feeble health. The father -of . ciht daughters i...

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