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

LATE TO CUUBCS. A ion the road, os either aide, Tlie eider boufnaare budding-. The mwlo laxKla a roT tix ' Of clover bloom la flooding; The vunnv landscape U o lair, ho afreet the UIomiuui-unrated air. That wfeen I went to churcr. to-flay 1 oould but cbooae Uie ionfeat way. Lond aanr the bobolink, and round " The Bilk-weed Sonera Uie bees were bum mine; I aauntered on, but oou I found JtehiDd me there was come one coming. I diil Dot turn my Dead to aee, , . And vet I knew who followed me . , liefore Tom called me "Kilty, atv. And let roe shore wim tou the way " We did not mind our atepa frrew Mow, H mK hen Ux bell tWpiiecl ringing, . Or think of being utle, 'ul, iul w h. n we had reached th entire! the linrlnc W"a over and the prayer was dtie. Tne rrmon fairly waa liegun! r-hou.d we g-o in, should w eoiv out, l'rcr boldly on, or turn about Tom led the way, ard tip the aide I followed all around were staring And here and Uii-re I eauirht a smile; 1 tried to think I waa notrarirr : An...

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. — 6 July 1876

MILAM EXCHANGE. '. A. M AD.. F.ditor and rabUhr. m hscriptiox RATra. Two dollars a Tear; on dollar for six montht; tfty null for three months, iirituiLT is id- A VCK. AIVF.KTIIU RATES. ? ? 3 ? P ? I i 5 i 2' TIa. 2- 2. 2 6 B : i i ; : ; i i i : s week 2 woe lii 1 month 1 (mi 1 7-r! SOI 8 001 4 0"i. 6 ftOj 10 00 2 on 3 2f. 4 -V! 6 75 1 Oft 12 MV 2H () 2 Si' 4 ! 8 J 7 10 00 IS ' 2S oo 4 ii n W' WU On 1 0" 22 SO 40 5 fin1 VI 11 ;M 14 7S 3) 00 ') Mil SO lj 5 Oil 10 SO 14 00 17 Ml 2! 50 37 mi BO 00 7 on 00 Ifi oo 30 on 27 "i 44 (i 70 00 8 (I'M Ml IS On 22 00 t 00 SO Kl ("I 10 00 17 00 00 1 t 00 l'S 00 12 UU 30 00 Ti 00 a 00 45 00 75 Oil 130 00 9 " 1 year.. Iouble-eolumn advertisements, iDperrtnU ad vance on the alove rates. Triple-column advertisement. 20 percent, ad vance on the above rate. Advertise mt nt to aceany reial riositioD, 10 per eem. advance on the above rates. "Local Notice," 'in the him tyi as local reading matter .1 10 cents rcr line. All transient advertisements most be p...

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. — 6 July 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, JULY C, 187C. .IK.M.l TIMK. LOUISVJLLE &GT. SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINE. TRAINS HOISU 8UI T1I. ! No. 1 April 31. 176. 'Daily Ex Sunday. No. S Daily. No. 5 Daily. I.t Milan .'11:5np.m. I2.2n a.m. J:ir,a.m. Ar Humboldt U Kt.m. U i-.p m-, V.V, " I'.rowusville 2:1!V " j " I 5:li " Memi.Hn i &:W " .VnU " TRIN" No- I connects at Lobanun Jane, with knoxville Branrh: at Cava City to and f r m Mammoth Care: at Glasgow Jo or. I and from tilasgnw: at Nashville with 'ab vilio and Chattanooga Railroad : at Decatur with Memi'bi and Charleston Railroad: at a!cra wiih S.. R. I. R. R. : at nitric rnh.-t. Luis and Southeastern Knl:.'.v: at MrKtnxie with Nashville and Northwestern Kailwny: at Montgomery with Mobile and Montgomery Railruad, lor I'ensaeola, Mobile and Nrw Orleans. TRAIN No. 3 connects at Nashville with Nasliville and Chattanooga Railruad: at Dc ratur with Memphis and Charleston hailniad; lit Birmingham with Alabama and Chatta nooga K:uiriad: at Calera with S...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 July 1876

. COfliiT. BEETITIES. CoKCTicrT rlly averrja a hang Ing once in fire years. Jerset eranWricS art liofreiporttfl ku me way ro uermany. Daktkx. Gs.'. has a colored youth, Godfrey- Jackson, who. hrealeu. procrHlli ajrainst a wluie barber (or rclusiitg to snaye uim. ' -" - A 'Vicosi! farmer says that neit winter wjllJie a pevere one. " He ays that uJipcrer a heavy .crop of Lay is tauen irom uie ground a imd. winter is sure lo follow. A Mivxepota pap advertises a "me chanical but it ilocs not ciubiii what a rnechaa- ical pr.vahopper is, or why it should he cAMsiuiiuaicu. Ilnso Wo, Ah Wo, Chang -Wo and in o were crpenea from Iteno, r.ev., the other d:iy, by an anti-Cliineso soci ety, ana m leanng the town one Ho did tread upon .another 'a heels, so fast they fallowed. -" The surplus of wheat-in California for hhijioiunt this sc.ifo& in estimated a!, seven t:3nr!rod and lifty thousand tons, which exceed.? by two hundred thousand tons the surplus of the crop of 1875. . A new religion ha...

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. — 13 July 1876

CEXTEySUL IITMX. , ' - " :. v lit f f CCLUK BRTAKT. wJLitwawa. .ltt 3 Ml jut a J k$rrrKJt 3.1) itjm&xzwmm' ! I Sung "x Centennial CcUbraUou in JS'tm Jark Through atom and calm the year hare lcl Oi r Wioo oatiuui -- A r"Utiir im until e tread J uc UiresnoM ol another acre. ft e V thare. o' nor palhwav k AJ icrcat tiruRiof LUhmJ and An4 thank the ruling power who kept our cacreu league 01 .-utiei enure Ot) I elieetered train of yearg, farewejl, . , Willi all thy ti-jii and hopee and fears; lint wiUi un Jet limy memories dwell. w ai u nuj ito'j me coming yCftrfl. And Uion, the new-lmpinnin n?e, , Warned l.y the part an I not in Tain ' rite on a fairer, whiter pare i ' The record vf thy. Unupiur reign. , i'i A SOXG OF THE COUNTRY. I Away from the r-.ar and the ratlle, Tlie .liiht and I hi- .tin of the Uirn, " ' '' ' Where to live m I brawl and to battle, " " Till the otmnu treads the weak man dewal iwf ut t uonni' irreea hille t lT tiio euB'-lni.e )ee on the brae, And the heart m ib...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 July 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. r. A. Wilis fcsi.ta-r aa raH.--. UrBM-BIITIVS BATES. Tan dollars year: one dollar for six nonfat. Sftr cents fur throa Booth, iitiuikt in ab ragrg. ABTRBTIK BATCH. TIM. i ! i ek cks eks la I III lTSIJ.V1MHf 1 5ti t . 3 SO' 4 .V) 0U! SO 15 (W t r 4 no 6 an 4 SO 5 761 U II ! w vi 6 Ml 7 10 00 15 ; 25 a 11 mMUlf VI lil ft) lav 2 VI 4 OU 5 ( 5 ' nil II mi 14 I a' w w 1 0l W 5114 M 17 50 37 (0 m 7 (CI 11 Oil In l 3 Oil 27 44 W 70 W - .,... . .1 ia j.. V A lu nri gi i.t an M B in'' B W It .w. w --. " 1 - - ... . t L . . .1 1 Ml U ' lyn I pi Oil 17 i 23 On 2 (in JH tsi Hi 0 It 00 12wVwXilVwl3w .o w iv w Io.ble-luBii udvertisetnents. 10 per cent, ad km o ln oov nu. Trtple-eoluma advertisements, 20 per rent, ad iim M lb above rates. . Advert-KenienU to occupy special oositioa, 10 per rent. a.l ranee on the above nl. torsi NoUces,'' in the sane type M local rm4iiter.)10nUprliiMi. AH transient advertisements must be paid or in advance. Yearly ndvortiaenienta. quarterly ia advan...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 July 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, JULY 13. 187.1. 4XLEI THE. LOUISVILLE &GT. SOUTHEBH RAILROAD LINE. TRAIN'S UOIXtS K)1'T1I. ' " " 7t. 1 l'x..J : April S. IS. !-ilr Ki Daily, t I Sunday. X.. S Daily. Lr Milaa llrlB.ia. l?:JHa.. xa'.a.n At Humboldt 12:t"a.n. 12 V. p iw- " " Browasville 2:T " I.. HI " M-l " Menapai : o:4H " .V " :fi TRAIN No-1 eoanrs-ts at Ubma Jnae.J it a knoxnlle Kraai-n: at I ave l ity In a4 fraai Manaaoia fate: at tiln.gow Jane, ta and from lila.gow: al Nashville with Nash ille anal CMtUwwti Railroad: at lccatar with Mralh and t harlrstoii Raili-nad : at talera with S.. K. at D. K. H. : at tiutbric with St. Loai and Soothcaslera liailwav: at Mckanxie ilh Nasuvilie aud Northwestern Railway i at Montgomery with Mobile and X on Ifxmr ry Railroad, for l'rasacola , Mobile and New Urleaai. TRAIN No. X ttonaeHs at Naahvillc with Kasbvilleand ChattanfM'ga Railroad: at I V rwtaraita Memphis aad 'barlcs1a ftaitroad; at llirtninghaui with Alabama and Cliatta nooga Railroad; al C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 July 1876

1 r-p,. ' .v .f - T" GEXEli.lL DRETITIxjC frr n tv.C ExDO.-iUOIl ,. ,tUt J.'Ia K f U-r. a -!ie; of tTicn bieatl atiti a f tt. f cf rakrd bean? thrtx dislur-1,'. otie ! dollar- ,,...-,.:..,. 7. - , 1 Ti: JVw:k:n ataiavy t 1 i Ocr I trnNI lhW.hn. 1- .'Mtstikt-t! at iSrK'k' n n :r. net !v a.! r i rie'iircu's, 1' it d'.'l rmt tix-o. er h juts i.'.nn t t- Vw-p ti.e fact i-iV- A Centura j"-t hon-o ux u i -cruy, b?.-Sr , i. rrP.7"fTl r"' p'" year- goes t tflwtbaCIo SwhfCAtotKA 1. fct"--tr otW..1, -n not make large ebipmeuU of lut.-.i, . a.ii tv Qr.T I--in ' bft-r io ,be Kt and t the same time -:i iv. lrtraS4.Mp-.i.f tfvr-if. j frl.i: the -local demand. -, J his Jocai ... I'Vi.HVJ County. U J.:au oM: d-n U4aaMhl 8and M,-. ...hpn,f !rbJU t-v i?JVli. ! are pouni.g iulo the new.j w.ili.ulMAVi ry rWy-y fa .&?' MJ mining districts, is growing ins!. 9 lo .-hurcl. : a Cr-crok'.e-",-. w d'ed r.i... h ' lastcf than "the ' local supply. a' .1 t kiVau of the trsve living vx IS i. Dr. orou-.K Cook,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 July 1876

Jfa. . 3 TEE SAB DATE. Frrh irtMen th hrook ami blowi tb gal, 'ft rn1er halt U.r quirt mill ; Th whir int rbn-l. th- rattling Mil, How motionless auJ till I 6ix darn of toil, ponrebiM of Cain, Thy Hn-nirth tli- ivr of want mar be; The seventh Uir limlx ewJip the chain IhmI hnU uuilt' Owe frvel , Ah 1 Crnder the law that rave This htiy nxiiii- lo the lireaM, To hreathe the (fale, to walrh the wind. And know the heel may rest 1 Bat whore the ware the pentlert rllde. What imaire charina to lijrht thine eroi? Tle (.jure rcfleru. on tfte tide Jnvilt' tin t to tlic kku-1. To tearh the aoul Ita noblest worth. The rest from ne.rlMl toil iKaiveii; Gosnatrh the hni'f rpin-re from ;irth ' Aotl pa a gBct t J Heat.. . , ,' The? toll thee, in llioir iln-aminr rhnul. Of )xrr from oi l dominion hnrl.-t, W hen rich a tl Mir, with Jncte.r rule, Mm 11 hare tt allere.l woi i.l. Alaat fiooe time llwlf l-iran, 1 hut fable h:nh hut li'le. the hour; Kurd are that rieiii! Mwer ftynan Hut kiihji cla man to K...

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

MILAtt EXCHANGE. W.A.WK."r, PoblUlier. KlBM RirllOX KAI L. Two dollv ': ' d' -Ear for si mouth'-; ofty cents for three month", isrmmt 1 u vKr. AlVi:RTfl BATFJ. VNk i i i r- 2 ' i" 4 i i 2 . s sr. 4 5 . u . ?' 1 month. 2 4 " To'l'i v Srt" i , it,' H rt !1 -id !4 ?f. it ! : M l 4 . t in hi it i; -V'.iJ -'ff . I " 7 U i.. ! ': ""''.T k k H ' in ;, 1,11 " M " ii i IT u ' ' - " :" '"' '' ,0 1 j-Mr...!12 ii i Oi :' ti) T Ui fcot-hlc-colmnn advertisement.-. 0-r cent. 1- vanee on tho ab"ve rat. Triple-column adi-rtii merits, 20 icr cent. Ed- vu ! 'iU the al-ovc rate. , , Alver.icnionts to oi-i'ff fpceial position, V) nercett. ad-.-an'-c on tit uoo.e rule. "Local ".ti i in the f.ime type, as local reading matter.! M rents ir line. All transient a Ivortiscmcnts must bep.nd kit in advance. Yea.'y aJver;ieixici.U, quarterly in advance. Obituaries, Tributes nf IteFnect anil remarksnn invrri.nre". one-half of regular rate. Simple annr.miccner.ts of marriages aud deaths in serted rati. FOU PRESIDE...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 July 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. 'THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1870. (0DF.!llli: TIVK. LOUISVILLE &GT.SOUTHER ha n.no ad trxK. TRAINS tiOlNtl SOUTH. No.l April 31. ITS. Dalle Ei I Sunday. N.i. 3 Daily. No.. )Mll l,v Vitn - ll:'P.B.'1J:3l.. Ar Uuwboldt ,12:..a.,U;.'. .m. llrowusviile. 2:1'. " , I.So " Memphis I 5:l " .Hr.'iO 3:1.1 SC. .VI. S:lr TRAIN No.l connects at Lebanon June, with KnexviUe Branch: at Cave City aud from Mammetn Care; at tilasrow Jauc. to and from l.latgnw; at Nshille with Na-h-Tille and Cjatlanoor Railroad: at lcclur with Memphis and 4 hartcstoii Kailroad : at Calcra with S., 11. k It. 1(. It. : at llutliric with St. Louis ami Southeastern Railway: at McKentie with Nahvilte an. I Northwestern lull r: at Montgomery with .Mobile ami Montgomery Kailroad, for I'uiisacola. Mobile and New Orleans. TKAIN N. S connect at Nashville with Jf ashv ille antl ( haltanoora Kailroad: at Ite rator with .Murapbis and Charleston Kailroad; at Birniinrham with Alabama antl Chatta nooga Railroad: at Calcra ...

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. — 20 July 1876

JEXtRAL BRETTTirS. i At S8 a rirl Las two chances in a thousand ot boing married. Sak Feaxclto Chinamen sent over f I'CO.OOO worth of fish to - China lu.1 year. , George Sand was the author of more than sixty novels, mid vt twenty plays, rr.- i ' ' 1 1 - i ' , ; j An Indian woman with red hair is a 'freak of nature" to be seen in Sacra mento. The artless creature likes it, and does not pretend that it is nuhnitu Done lor over a year sindied human faces in the operating ward of a l'aris hospital inordarto catch the vary in z expressions of misery in those who were being operated upon. , ... ,. A has in Jersey City went asleep on hot night, and was found on his ofii e doorstep. . LalT three men were taken to the police station, and on one of them was found the man's boota, on another his hat, and on the third his coat. Frtkcte Milan, the present sovereign of Scrvia, now 21 years old, was elected by the Servian National Assembly in 1H68, when he was only 13, and is the fourth of his dy...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 July 1876

L 8 LITTLE FEET. Two little feet, m nnall that both mJ- neU Id nw rmmwinir hand Two vnlr lert upon ll untried border Of life' niVBteriuu land. Dimpled sad ft. and pink u peach-tree blos som. In April' fraemnt dr. How ran thejr walk ihm( the briery tanglei, JMing the wori'l'i rough way? The roe-white fret lonir the doubtful f ..I ire Muni bear a w.mn' load ; A la I aince woman ha the heaviest burden. And alk Uie iianler road. Lore, lor awhile, will make the path before them All dainty, smooth ami fair Will cull aHV the hramlilea, letting; only I he rows blof om tlirre. But when the mother' watchful eye are shrouded A wt imm urni 01 men, An'l Uio ilcnr f-et lire 1.-U without her guiding. Who hall di eel lla.-iu tlien- How will they lie allured, lictrayed, dclud l, I'oor lull uniaiiirtil feet ' Into what dreary imii'i will thy wander, bat danger will they roeet:- Will thev go ntumliling blindly in the darkness rt sorrow', tearful nhadfl? Or find the upland l 'lies ol jieare and beauty,...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 July 1876

i e-f 1 !; I J ll Tl K i D O MILAN EXCHANGE. H. A.WADi:, i:dllrand PnblUlirr. M RM RilTKlV KATr.M. Two dollar" year: one dollar for nix month.": Bfty renin lor three months, istariaklt is d-vamic. ADVCUTISIXG RATIX o 3 TIM IS. 5- 1 I 3 ? o 1 I ! B 5 f : ? : 3 I ! i ? I : week I I 1 TV 2 S"1 ! oil 1" ' 2 weeks 1 .V', 2 V' :t ."Hi 4 .'n' Ir Mi H M' lr i . week' 2 '' ' '"' r' T"' '" 12 '.'i "' 1 month J Si 4 i 5 An 7 wlnW 1" ' 1 4 im ti 'si x .'ii 11 im 1" "i Z! 'l Vi mi .t (ii s .v: ll "m 14 T" "" 1,1 J (l 10 .! 14 ll IT ') 2t Hi ll 11 l S " : 7 1'.' ' l'i '' '-" 1,1 -'" J 1,1 "" j H la: H :'i'i It Im Ii! ii " Wl ) ill )7 191 1 HI 'JX ll :ik Hi i;"i ll I'l'i ll 1 year .. :12 "J" 1,1 '-' ' "" "' 1111 ,ri DnuMe-c.lninn adv crtisement,', liereent. ad vance on the l.ve rates. Triple-column advertisement', 20 1'CrCCDt. ad- a it e oil iH" i - i Advcrti'nicnts to ocitiiiy special position, I" percent, advam-i- on the ui.ote rates. "Local Notics," i ii tii ni' typo as local readmit matter. 1 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 July 1876

n Ml t n o i ff.w" &JP. !WU Iki- MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1870. i LOO!SVILLCT,S0UTHR!i KAII.n'AI LINK. Tll.UNS tlut.Nt; Sol'TM. No. a No. 5 Daily. April 31, 1"C. Iuily Ex. i Son. lay. I I.v Milan ll:"'.:n. Ill:-'1: a.m. ?.:!. m- Ar liuini.-1.lt l-'::.'i..in. 1J: I . p no :t:-C. " " I'niwnsx iiie 2:1 " " J..'i : ft: IS ' Menu-hie...- '.:4 " .":.Vi H:lii " TKAIX No. 1 connect at Lebanon Junr. with Knoxt'illc Hran-h: at Cave City to and from Mainneeh ( at 'le'-cow June, to ftt.d from ilaipf: jit Ni-hil!c uith Nash ille and Ciintt.iiiMira 1'. : i Iron 1 : it Decatur vvi-h Mcin(diis and hr.r.--ion Kailroad : itt Cal.-rn wiMi s., K. l. 11. H. : nt tiuthrie vi:iit. Louis a n-l Soul hra-tci n Hallway: at M(Ueri7.if with Nasloil.e and N"t thircstcrn liinlw.iv; nt Montgomery with Mol.ile and Montgomery Uuilroad, tor rensucoia. Mobile and . m irU-an. 1KAIN .So. : connect" nt Nashville with Nashville and Chaltanooea 1! lilrt.n. I : at. De catur with Memphis and ( liarleston liailr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 July 1876

CUSTER'S SCOrTS. neawlwWveiir. nf Tin Prrallar Char vtrrsnf h larftaaa rll7 "!,.. am hai-ler" RryMldi it Blaody Kaife, Ihc "Ha" krail. JCoTwpndcoce o( the Chicago Inter-Ocvan. WAnixr.TOK, July 11, 1876. I sx amonp the list of the killed in the re cent battle on the Little Horn, the Damns of Charley Reynolds," the scout, and T.loody Knife, a famous Indian, who had been with Custer for several year, in rharpe of the detachment of friendly Indians which are kept at the post as an auxilary to the repular troops. Some of your readers may be kind ennnrrh to remember a sketch of Charley Reynolds I reported in one of my letters from the Mack Hills. He was a remarkable man, in many re pperts, and had a remarkable history "LONESOME CtlARLET" RF.TNOLIS he was called, because of bis seclusive ness an absent, silent way he had, tlist made him a wonder and a mystery anionr the loud-tongiied.open-moTithed, boisterous men of his class and they called his silence and reserve " lone someness." It was...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 August 1876

FLOOU OF TEARS! f rrrora Brant' New Poem Ka-liT I turn, and look brfor. where ret The Flood mnt pax, and I brhoM OMa. Where awarm diaaobmg forma, tbe brood of rtinnlT fair, that reet on hankf Or wamler immi rainhnwi. faJin aoon And re apneannr, baiilr rivlr.? pla- To riiapra of rrllr taxtrrt, " M Vrw t MnMi from the (die air; where eeriieaK lift , The head toetrlke. and akel-VweatmchUif th - The bonr arm in menaoe. Further on A belt of dark ne aeema to bar the way, Ima, low and diatant, where the Lite that la Toticheawiei.lfetoCojne. The Flood oi Yean Rnlla toward It. near and nearer. Itmnat past That dienial barrier. Wh t l there bevondr Hear what the wiae and ro! have said' Ileronil That belt of ilxrkneM a ill the year roil on More gently, but not with lene tnn'htjr aweep. Tlier rath-r up arnin and wrtllr Imir All the nweet livea tttst late were OT-whelme Andloattoaiirht all that in them w rood, ,' Noble, and truly Brrat and wortliy 01" lro The live of interna and inrenaoua yntiti...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 August 1876

r MILAN EXCHANGE. thk rmopE.x WAR. r i t L U a CI re-a t law Tarka. Two dollar, a rear: nedidierf.ri moathf: a. It arm !yr thloc month, ITAU.1LT U AD- .- tr:. BTKSTUIXO KATS. Ytmt. i b- -3 t r r fill D 2 f B 2- r i " ? fh ! c 3 ? 5" 3 p i week ! 1 l't 1 7V t W '" " ' 1" ,ln I wexka j I Hi I 6il 1 4 no 9 SO 15 00 '.tk 5 Sn! 3 i'.; 4 So 5 TV , U J2 .V) 2u I 0" 5 ! 7 1 Id IS 2 l (i a so; so 11 n i w a .v 5 Oi 5ti 11 : U 7 20 l SO 00 .V IW I 5 tul'l.'l M 14 (l 17 Ml IK " ri U" t " 7 li 12 (( 1 1 0" 27 ' 44 m Til l I I igj'M SO IK HI 2 0V JUI .VI lJ MJ " .i (i 17 Wl 2J! fm 2 0 ."W 00 K 0i lflf 00 J yetr- !12 AO 20 ( 27 a On 4S (O 75 00 120 (Ml bauble-column advortiaem.ntf.lUpeTcent. ad niMt on the above rate. Triple-column ndvertiement, 20 percent. ad vene, on the above rate. jdverticmerit to occupy rpeelal potition, W jweamt. advance on rie bov. rate. 'Lic.1 Kotjce." 'in the fame type M local reading marter.1 Weenta ier line. All traneiewtadeertiaement unit he paid fur In advance. I ear...

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. — 3 August 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1876. COXDUII TIME. LOUISVILLE &GT. SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINK. TRAINS GOING SOl'TU. No. S Daily. No. i Daily. April 31. ITS. Daily Ex ! Sunday. I.r Milan 11 iaip.iu. 12:31a. as. I :tta.ra- Ar Humboldt 12:ia.tu. Vl:i-' ' J:tS ' " IsruwBsville 2:1S " , l.Ssl i .Vl.", " " Memphis....1 5:4U " ' 3:.ri " Mrt THAIN No-1 connects at Lebanoa J mar. with Knoxville liran.h: nt I'ave City In and from Mammoth Cave; at Glasgow Jane, to ami from i.lssgow: at Nashville witb Nash ville and Cdaltanooga. Railroad: at Dccatar with Memphis and t harleston Railroad : at Caiera and IS., K. k I). K. K. : at Gathrie muk fct. Loai and Southcastcra Railway: at MrKtmie ailh Nashvilie -and Northwestern Railway; at Montgomery with Mobile and Montgomery Railruad, for Penaacola, Mobil and New Orleans. , TRAIN Nn. 3 connects at Nashville with Kashvill and Chattanooga Knilroadi at De catur with Memphis aud Charleston Railroad; at Birmingham with Alabama and I'hatta awra Kailiaad;...

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. — 3 August 1876

GESEUAL BRETITIES. A woman jn Anderson county, Ky., psive birth tofl ve children one day last week. Four of them are living and j 11 ' " - uuing weu.- . . - - At thfl burial of a Carmelite nun, in Baltinuiuva xouh pine coffin with rope handles a-osed, and the. bier ra a rude beaich,: ;1 j. , i A Minneapolis Woman found a pack age containing seventeen Tjramonus se creted in ajiesk that once fcelonped tQ her great-grandfather. . A m-yfjLn old Ley left Sacramento on a Sunday school " excursion and brought up in Boiton. Ha panted to ride out his fifty cents' worth. The veston.U'.a novelty in ladies' dress. ' 1 1 if made of the same matcrlai as the MrcssJ ahd cut ctactry like 'a gentleman's vest. The Burlington ITawk-Eyc suggests that modest young ladies who visit the Centennial' wears 4rrecn spectacles to look at the statuary through. " Tub Fitcli diamonds, after verifica tion by General Sherman, have been placed in the Treasurer' ' vauH in Vashi4,'tiAi f&r ajie keeping. ' . , C , T...

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