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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 August 1876

A EOAD-SIDE. ' wmn clove. In myriad mnwr chalioec at wert Tbou prmtd'st br duKlv wart a banquet fine, fo fin that TulfT"" cmwtti of it no ira OberT; nav, trample It brimath their feet. O, Uaintr anl uBMiliied onel no meet Intrrpprution I of thee dirine, . A ilbnajrh all mimroar lonr I ijuaff thy wins. Ami never juuw thee. but to reverent greet. Ami paune in wooilnr at the miracle Of thee, no lair, and yet o meekly low. Mayhap then art a namtiy PrinoeM rowed. In tnken of tome ETief which thee befell, Tbi pilrrimare of ministry to rt, A-t never apeak thy hi.eape aloud I It. WILPORArS. Thon (rypay camper, how camextthou here. With thy varahond haliiw full in aipht. In tii rifrid New Knjrlnnd' noonday light? I lauarh liaifatraid at thy riotous cheer. In theae silent roadi do nlonv and drear: Thy lireathleaa tendrils ffusheU scarlet and bnirht. The leaves blowing hack disheveled and white, Thrwlf in mad wrestle with every thin near; No pine tree ao hiph, no onk treedo strong , That it ca...

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. — 10 August 1876

fif -l 4 J ) MILAN EXCHANGE. . a. ri:, Etlir amd I-nhM-!.. . M JiSCKIPi :' ii 1 1 1 . - v ni t. 1 1 li-, i:,v ui i::.v j.i u- ai t::i tM.it. n i ri s. i 1 1 i ! D I 3a. .1 I ! T i 2 Tit i :i IS 4 i" f, Sit 2 Ml ii lt! 4 ml tl .'' l't im .4 r. i 4 .Mil li im l Mi "i to 4 ft i 5 T-'ii li 12 Ml 2tt I"1 "i St' 7 Hi In (m j'i tat 'St I" H .'ji II ii li Hi 22 .Mi 40 . id K .Mi II li 7'". '."ii I', :il im Ml (ai ; . in in .mi li in 17 mi mi :,7 m m ii ' 7 n:12 i It (i 2" 27 ii ' Tu tai ! i ''M Mi im l't 22 tai .Ml in. Mi (i sn lai ; ti 17 t 21 lt 2s w: im i.S i lift 1 : ti 2ti im 27 i :y uu,4 if To m ui .lurrn advertinetntiitr, 111 per cent. i the above rate. :ii:u advertisements, 20 lior cent. J- . tin- almve ruti n. - iiis to occupy cpceial position, 10 : i . it'lvanee on tin? al.. c rate. eti. 'in the name tH! as loctil 14 mutter.! I'li-cnt kt line. i jit N'iviTtiM'im-iiti- tnuM Lc paid f-ir in . Yearly advert i6cuicntr, quarterly 111 ;i t Hi''. : 'ur 1 ribtrle f rc?i"i t antl reniarkin...

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. — 10 August 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 187G. IOMi:VIFU TDIK. LOUISVILLE & Gt. SOUTHERN RAILROAD LINK. TRAINS (JijIaiJ SOUTH. 1 No. I I Unity Ex: I Sunday. Nn.3 Daily. X. S Haily. April 31. 1K7B. I.f Milan 11 :'ii..ra. 12:31 i.m. . a m Ar Humboldt lj :i.in. 12:4.". p.m. . " " lirimii-ville 2:l'i " l.'al " .VI". " Mrmphi .... 5:l " ' S:.",ll " KM'. " THM.V . 1 connect at Lebanon Juno, with Knotville Branch: at Cave City In and from Mammoth Tare: at t.a-row June, to tinl from t.bv-gow; at Nashville villi Nash ville aod tialtitnMifi Railroad: at lic-atur w ith Mcotidiis ami Cbarlc.i..u Railroad: at il-ra with S.. It. k l. 11. K. : at (iuthrie with St. l.,viand Southeastern Railway: at Mckeuuc with Nahvilie ad Norltawestcrn Lailway: at Montgomery with Mobile anl Montgomery kailruad, for l'ciisa.iila. Mobile aud New iirlnnf. TRA1 No. 1 eoaneW. at Nashville with JvRflivillr and. Chattanooga Railroad: at Ite rator with. .Memphis and Charleston Railroad: at Birmingham with Alabama and Chat...

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. — 10 August 1876

GmillL BEETITIES. France has f 650,000,0(X) - lying in bank;-; i vi J .. . . . ,." The pontoon bruise to be erected across the Jist)uri Kirer at Omaha will cost $20,OX and be 2,750 feet Ion?. It will be used by wagons and street cars. . . iNitrk'a fruit tree Is planted on the birth. oi sxch cJUM; .ia liiscay a land owner is obliged to put down two plants for every tree he fells ; in Japan every tree cut down must be replaced byr an other t . j t ; c . . '"' If youhave noney to invest lot put it in New ,i'ork, real estate. Pro fessor Merrinaaa states that by a rever sion in polar conditions in 10,000 years fron no.w. New. J'ork City will bejp feet underwater.- ' :. 'i ' QrEEN Victoria has assumed the ex pense of constructing one of the gate ways with which the old fortifications of Quebec are to be pierced in the re modeling of the eity. The gateway will lie named after the Duke of Kent. . A Constantinople letter says that Hassan, tho murderer of the Turkish Minister, was one of thos...

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. — 17 August 1876

' IT SHAL Is BE ME A SCREIT TO I Watchrd a rmwbn4 very lonr llmtlVltt AM J .. .. A . iru "J in i mi t n KM. I in -i " "rr hit irnH un , Tr,n, whrn thouhl t( should I .trtTM, , .. It oiM-nci at Uwmntitf hour " 4 ' And fell al rvn-nng-. mr rnm' lay I to? I 4 f w siM-rlle. ecu were laid ; ' rnwn niKt i Hinr bi.kiv-ij rftjii wi-rr lam ; lint when thcT shoulrl ha hatche.1 in May Th two old birds hl grown afnui ' Or tirtii, and the? Hew amav, . . ..'' ";.' i Thn in m Wrath I broke the tmc. . , Thai I fad ton,!! .fth ll'Ttnr its arni ahoiiU mi the W ' t J ' I rr-vne.1 the eKM , ot hn-rt how '. 1 w nihM'LT" ',rom" h" " fair; ' 4 IthyVth fi.!aM lUocmplainr . Should !.,, '.."-'"7 '"J1" n Tain, '"'.e Uie rod? Crfiwi Ronrtti. VRTTY MISERIES. I nh many ills may hamper life , . , v Ims tortiiiie irv annrfe.as. ' lt 3Tnnvat n!t nerve u fur the strife, Tliefciujfaiuuejuuiiiioua rim. r-, j-i Fiwrr vlrfi- ;irp MM.n i.uuiri.fe. by one ho liiroiiKh exiau-nce icnrriea; ... , It hnnlrr fur a rsreu ron . ...

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. — 17 August 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE W. i.WDi; Miwrnwl rubliniirr. HOWRirTIO R ATEM. Tt doltjirt a year: one dollar for i v months: I fry coals ler thic month, isv akhhv Uiu- AD1KKT1KI&U RATES. ? 3 7 S 3 5 ? 2 r T g. - I B 2 S- ? f F : ; time. week I 1 'k 1 -si t sr s (t 4 n vi 10 fi 2 wueks I .! 2 S 3 V.: 4 .Vi fi rti! .W J.j ( . work ! 2 J r. 4 v.; S 7M '' 12 Ml 3t 1 month 2 Vil 4 5 7 m1 HI is '; 2 0 4 f.l ft hi' n Vi Tl 1 ( C2 .V) 4.1 m 4 (j 8 .VI 11 .Ml 14 7S Jl .. " N "I I - 5 nolio V) 14 01 17 W) 23 t 37 , At ft) 5 7 mi, 12 l ") 2' 27 l''H ' 7" ' I wn SO II ' 22 Mii :fl w" wi w u loi 17 ) 2 (i ft) ( i 0 1 year... : 12 fti 3) W Z7 00 t 00 A5 00 75 ft) I2 W Double-column advertisements, 10 per cent. ad nnra on tbe above rate. Triple-column advertisement. 20 percent. ad vance no the aoove ritoi. ' Advertisement to oociipy peciaT position, 10 percent, advance on tne above rates. "Lnrnl Notices." in the nm type as local rending matter.) M crnu per line. . All transient advertisement mnt he paid Tor ...

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. — 17 August 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, AUGUST 17. 187G, . COJIDESSED TIWE. LOUJSVILLE & GT.SnUTHERH - RAILROAD LIXE. TRAINS HOlSa fcOCTIl. fro. 1 I Daily. T. eabdajr. I Ne.J lail. April SI, 1J7& faiir. I.e Milaa .'ll:M.m. UJt.B. Ar KamlMl.lt ;12:a-m. 112-45 p.m. " Brownsville; :1U " I.Wl " " Memr-ia...J 5:40 ". I 3:50 " lSa.m :4S " 5:1". It TRAIN Ne-1 euaaects et Lebanoa Jane wilS Knot nil Branch: at Cava Citv la hi from Mammoth ( an; at Glaarow Jane, to and from uiaJrow: at acuville with Rash villa and CaaUanooe hailroad : at Decatur with Memphis mad Charleston Kail road : at alera with ., H. A It. K. R. : at Uathrie lib M. Loeisand r-ovtheastera Kailwar: Mrkttntie with Naahvilie and Northwestern Kailwar: at Mouta-utnery with Mobile and MontK'iBicrr Railroad, fur Paaaawola. .Mobile and :ew Orleans. TRAIN tin. S enHrti at Nashville ith Nashville aad battaaooca Railroad: at Ie- eatar with Memphis aad I karle-toa Hailroad; al Hirminrkara with Alabama and thatLa- a Kailiwad: at Calera with ...

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. — 17 August 1876

v .. 1 DErtt is r rsifipWrry patcli 15 miles long oh the White River iu' Michigan.' On k of ttit wreath ist Vafrfiera x4 In buque foupty, J", beep, sued Ijj his daughter Jar ?L'y,0v0 da-pages for defamatfrta'bf MiaraaerC w - ' :T" In FNnrtftit f yirtfrtilAtjoii of'30; (KW.W.KJjaly.JOWjii of th rev enue or juxtimuwuea wewlh, the anee dopefiairfc-"- tire Ttroducc of lalxr. :-tls.i s-i l : Mart t'"":r ?H a ntrvn begpac woman, died uviii(kDir4.t Jfi-st week, and among her ttUjcU was found a!out ?5XX it) c4)n jlthI currency. j . Iom Pr.ruo left order 4r American machinery TtJuIN othcr liutZi'. to the amount of 'SlVaaMX". .That Lshe kind of royal yisini' that Americans tafce stock iVUmttL Ik X "'. iu lm.o I A French doctor claims that life (ti ring t)u aot of drowning remains long est in Uiclrjldsairies; arid' that" by heroic treatimjnfc tbey wt ixj o Alinulated that the heart will resume its action. ,. A you.oladv yifiU'd the Irt nearjjt Angustinc i'la., alTew" Jays' .lo, to ee the India...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 August 1876

YOU ASK H HOW I UVE. ' BT JofF.PH HOBRIVS . Livinp frieniltr, feelini friendly, A-unjr f airly nil ' - " ' Seeking to do lliHt to others Tiiey may 1 to ew iriuD( rl 1 Haiinr nomim , isfnrrttiK noirtsli" Wronging noue by word or deed.: Ittit foroennnp, ."tiling nerving, ; Thu I jjvc-'l 13 Jf Jrty rlji y Harsh rruifler-tnift, flerV cteroninp, ' L of 1 ttle t nritin uw; One folt word of kindly peace worth a torrent of aimw; Cal'inr llii!ir V1. ilmp TTw n rwl, , St Imit .inrVm-M ti their mirht; ' If Mhu ouldt ioiprovt tlirfcrotiKT' ' j Ij-t thy pooJus be kit light. . ' . i- .i' I have folt an Inmra do bitte 1 ' ' ' Unman cl lix-f tn.ik.es the worllj, Kr'ry li'fiim round an-frozen,1 . .1 Not an fymi'h 'tv nenriM; . I - i Kt II my h-Tirt ritl" rindne-ti teemirig " ' l.i'tit lien other henru are zsA, A-.4I my e..rH, Wsr-tirtififlmlfth i AUilC lf lj( iXJjI 4J, , ,. A'i '. I kind life hath no secret . I "r our h.tiin-H like this; Ki lty henrtp are pe'.rtoin fad ones," . " l!' s-iiB ever tiri...

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. — 24 August 1876

MILAN-EXCHANGE. W. A.WA.DE.Edilr mmI PwfclUhrr. HrBACKIPTIOX KATES. Twa dollar a yean nm dollar fur ix monthr; Or eenti fur litre month. iaVakiaiilt IS 0--. ADTEKTIKIXU RATER. ? ? s ? - ? o 5" 2. - S- 3- S I I - Z S ? f I !!:: i it:::: : week S wek week 1 Wt 1 751 I .Vt 3 ( 4 n f to 1 n 1 Vil . 1 .VI; 4 fin 6 Of 'i S" 1 ll ! id S 2f. 4 S 5 r. li 12 Si a 1 month 2 SO 4 Ut 5 SO1 7 O' 10 IS 25 i' 4 U! A -VII 8 fti'll ) 14 Ml 2 .'! 4o 11 6 (ii 8 So II .Hi 14 7.i 5) im :ti ti: Ni w nuilQ 14 ( 17 Ml It SO :C , tVi f 7 tii2 on in (i ai nn 27 m 44 i To t 4 A ft I year- ft dt'is i 1 im nil . m .vi (in mi no in ftfl 17 ni in Oil im t .IS i Oil l'f 12 Ou 20 00 27 33 00,4.5 1 7.1 131 W Double-column advertinement, 10 percent. ad vance en th above rate. Triple-eolumn advert! -emcnt, 20 per trot. ad- ..m . f Vn- a hove rtC1l- Jvdvertiement to occupy filial position, 10 "Loral !fotic," tin the Mine type a local reading matter. 1 10 cent er line. All trm anient advertisement must be paid for in . m...

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. — 24 August 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, Al'Gl'ST 24. l7o. LOUISVILLE &TT.SAUTHERS RAILROAD LINK. TKAI.V4 OOINtl SUl'TII ' 7 Xo. 1 I No. 3 ! April 31. TOi. Iily Ex Daily. 1 ' Sun.liy. I Daily. I v Mtlaa 11:''..iu. 11:31a.m. ft:1-ia.ta r lluaib.il It !2: t.m. lil:-'. p.m. 3:l.'i " " lvr.itriiwlle 2. " ..i , S:1 " Mi-aipr-ia.... .Vai " K:uV TKIX No. 1 connect at I.chanon .lane. ith knoxtille Lrnm-h: at fair City In and fnun Mammoth t'ave: at llae..w Jnnr. f. in) from lila.-sow: at Na-lii illc a ith a-h-I i!le n J r.ialtaiu.nra Railroad: at Dcratar nll Mrinplii-' and I hsrir-tnn Kailm-id : at Calm with S.. K. X It. R. K. : nl liutiirie wiih M. Iui and Southeastern Railway; at I'-kenje ailh Na-htilte and Xorthwitrrn liuilway: at MontriiM-ry with Mobile and .Montgomery Railroad, for Pcnraeola, Mot.ili-an-1 Nfw iirli-ans. THAI X. .1 connects at Nashville with Mh ill.- and 'ltattan"ra Railroad: at li--valitraith .Mrmphii and t'harllon hailroad; ut liiriniiihain wttli Alnhnma and t'hutta. tiojca Kuiii...

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. — 24 August 1876

GEXEIUL BRETITIES. A Chaklemoxt (Mass.) minister re fused to marry a young man, a member of his church," ticf-arise Lis betrothed was not a professed Christian. A Sajj FbakCisto theater manager lias civen notice that no woman FbaU occupy a seat in the boxes, dress circle, of parquet of his house if she wears- a hat or bonnet. . t . (iRKAT Uritaik's public debt has been reduced sinee. 18.08 from 8:19,519, , iin to 775,fil,1)f, being a diminution of 04,170,0 10. The.total amount paid off was, however, nmch greater, for in the same 1 yfcars it rttr 'contract ed amcrunting to 28,65G,441. A sombee anniversary is this year to b celebrated by Antwerp, that of the plnndering of the city by the .Spanish soldiery, November 4, lo76. The Coun cil have offered a prize of l,0uo francs for ihf? brM history-of ,l?i?'ee,nt,,tobe written in Flemish, and in a maimer which may interest the people. Ox July 7 a coach fcom Karcelona (Spain) was stopped near Ilospitalet for the second time in ten days. The...

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. — 31 August 1876

r ON THE BORDER., , UHcO-TAr; FEV1IIOHC WOOUK. Epther. O Esther, nr mhere re we ridlnr? Turn, for your bead it not withe-bouad Jiie f be grn of the prairie nemii gliding, rreen (tli i:n)r .-(,-..' ; like long serpents beyond the straight lint lie horre' hooU keep ; is hit hea4 W th west ward - . ' , - ftp hut hi lh liOin. ixil tun The Vf it mu rrowin. the Terr air rlowlcff. For John may be riding bard, hard in our rear After u , n'lT on, wift a the wind is Owrfl laiii. Yea the children had rone Awav ti a nttigbbor the wealth of the Iodic , ft (rr JnK t km.w they are safe! They have (Jnmo . . - , . . TUU hbp-!ne eg lfclit that my wriata are all Tit mhinKJ don't (urn, but keep liatrning, Ia nuf ht t-emioR afierj That horrible laughJer The rc.l. kii;s are laughingl O tether the tear la Handling w-.y heart -rir vno ape that fierce old - The iuf on the ripht with the acalng at hig clt, . Mich a l i k he lust giveuil I felt the swift cold nm All over my Wly though iceberg might melt Benea...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 31 August 1876

J' s MILAN EXCHANGE. VT.A,WAIC,IlltorMd Ptjbl letter. Kl fK RIITIO ItATI.S. Two dWrs a year; tine dollar for fix tnontbt: (!1y rents fur three unn.'bf, is vakubit ad- VAM'K. ADTERTISISCJ RAITS. H ! H i ! i- . :r i " r I U I g : P- a t : T a week I 1 : 1 7.v 2 .vi; 3 w 4 w :Vi 1" ' Swc-kn ' 1 VI ! 3 5l 4 VI; l V 'Jl IS ' .-week , 2 ,' 8 4 ' 4 "V H 1;' 5l , lu I month' I '.'I 4 ' S 'si 7 sl 10 Is ' 2) t" I 4 VI SH H fl 11 (Hi rt I'' " (Aim li fwi 11 .Vi 14 7S 3' i1 S"! "i V' n.' I ' I ; no in vi 14 i" !7 ) it o () "1 5 " I T i''ll M I" 2? ' 44 TH'I a I k . n rv. i i -j t"i . i' vi i'i 'i ' ;io ii 17 i'i mi 'jx i : 'm fi? ' l'fi " J year...)12 tsi : 7 m' -i Ul 4-") Ul 75 il 131 ' DouMe-c1iiiw, edre-ti'omcnts, l'Jpercent. ad vsnce on the nb-sa tat . Triple-column advertisements. 20 crecnt. ad vance on the above mt. dvertiscments to occupy special r'fiiioo, in percent, i!riDran the above rate. 'Local SaU-." (St U Jooal reading mntt-O l''cenl ter line. All transient rUecti-ioiits must be ...

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. — 31 August 1876

i en wm in hum mi jmi u u m rn imaar r- - - MILAN EXCHANGE.! CANDIDATES. tiulsday, august r,i, 1711. 1U 1! II 1 - - " . I t tii.r.rMti mm:. LOUISVILLE & BT-SOUTHEB ' "I" K We are uhnc-d to IW"nrt ' 1 II.m.. K. J. Im. f ilatvood. as camli j .lt' InriWriw ia ikf. the Ninth, 'bts ' tn.l District. U saerred lr Cejd ell- 11 D...t1ifllU I H istnuns, Jane, ip. tUeris f tbe Xiath Cong resi-ional ln-ln.-t: I V ilh profound graltfwda for the eonndence j hcr.t..f..rc extended inc. and ilu the hope . . : . II . ..... t.fl Lai. .mII 1 1 - 111X1 11 111 rr-ui i, " - fully tiu--l. 1 tnmmnn mvmi a a i-w l.r r- I.-, tl.m, suuj.-ct to the Hill f the Ueino- cr-lic imrlv. . . . I he iuiiuinewt probability of dead '"' bi-iaccn titc two houses upon the h-ading p-f.f.Ti.-ti..a hMs makes the time of adjourn ment a mutter "f uii.-ertainiy, and iiupo-es upon cirly frind of rctrcndioieat aud r.-..rm --. i in (iiirn tnc nei-cnr o I iJmtiim .llil.c. I . .. ... ....... I .n t hrfn-C fitilv lff.iCS.-C milh kna...

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. — 31 August 1876

I.L.YLTUL feREYITIES." tTjF.jr,s;-hieh"t:viTxeri lrft in the aect by Aciisouur&pcd -aJuck a Onida, N. Y., a few days ao;o, were subsequent ly hatched out by the hot weather. The London Milk Journal says that a pint of raillr,' heated a little, but not boiled, taken every four hours, will check the most violent diarrhora, stom ach ache, luripiehtvholer and dysen tery. ' Mr.'ap Mrs. George Washington Bassett, of Uanover County, Virginia, celobrttM their gulden wedding last weelc. Mr. Basselt is a grand-nephew of Martha V&ghingtoa, and Mrs. Bas sett a grand-niece of Gen. Washington. They are probably the oldest .living relatives of the Father of his Country, and are aged respectively 70 and G9 years. ' f 8 , i '. TiiE7riitsgbw ly.) Times says that Dcro Chambers, a son of a citizen of Barrrn County, who will be five years old nest month, weighs within a few pounds of 200. - When less than two years old he weighed 120 pounds. His actual weight last Christinas was 1724 pounds. , b...

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. — 7 September 1876

A SUMMER EOSQ. Wlxn leave art t-rraa and flowers are gay A Ion the ftummrr vallcya. An. I woreled archea rool Um way Through country lane and allcya Wlmi tirooklat rlimmer twtxt thi light Ami haieof drwpimf willows, Alt'! frondcd fern Im-ikI, lira and slight. 10 au uie mimic union Whoo lamb tipoa the ulnnl play, W here aunixiam chaxe Ui Hhatlows, Ancl kinc are lowing far away Actum Uie brecxy meadow M'lfoa ror.k-dorea hold a happy time lH-et down the erhomr ilmglp, ln'1 viud'lmrne aoapi in drowKy chime H ith tinkling waters mingle W'licn all the minl are happy boub1s. Ami niirht is blenwd in M-eing; W hca tx-ivoe and reft ?n pleaaaut rounchj. And lilc is blcBt in being Th-n lrt me walk Uie happy king Of happy Mem and toinrn, A leave my heart in peace to King lUjoy, wben all rt'piKt. CiuteWl ilntjnzint, k SIAXE.SE romance. 15V MRS. A. H. LKONOWKNS. Among the Siamese, all men, and rvcti women, who wish to become learned in the doctrines of tlic I5ud dhist religion, are obliged to ente...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 September 1876

J P klLAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WAUK, r.Uimr.! rabillir. (H I!M.niPTIO RITIS. Two dollar.' year: one d.Mnr for rii nioptlir: fifty mu for three inonllis, Ifc Bl.T IX o- .'!. AIYI:RTI.M..U ICTLS. i 2 1 5- I ? ! & 2 ! 5 I 2 ? i. i week ! I (Hi! ! 7")i 2 50' S fi 4 ' 6 SO IK ii 2 week .-weeks.; 2 ' 3 i ' " " "" '- " 1 m"r'7h ! 2 rml 4 ) 5 7 r HI H on li". n" ,' 4 m 6 flu It "i II 'i )'; ' 2 40 ml S l X .! 1 1 ! II 31 ll J ll " l l'l Si) 14 ' 17 So ill :.7 ' M 7- o 12 on l'i !m .11 " LT 44 71 ii S n I t VI Is m Iti ii :aj HI in ' Ml W ,i .ii it (m 2S l-s r:w :-5 ( mi ,1 year... 112 Mi 2il Ml 27 ';: mi IS M 7 on Iji mi Double-column advertiner.tj.lupercent. ad . vane "n tho aiinvcxalur. Triplc-coluinu dvc.r;.4.-UicnU, 20 percent. ad vance on the above rale. t liertiseuu nt t occupy nwi.il po-Uion, 10 Iierceiit. a;l .atifooii lie oi:3 lines. ,ncl Nol'.s." ':n I be fame type as I.ical .rending tnUir, 1" ccnt per line. 11 tranwci. i aivcrti'eiucnts must be paid fur in advance. Jear'y advertise...

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. — 7 September 1876

Milan exchange. Till I'iiAV; SEITH 7. 17(1. M i: . r i ti ft. LOUISVILLE &TTSnUTHERN ii . i "un line. T't M.S UOI.N.i MH'TII. No. 3 Dully. j4 t.ril .1!, Wo. Daily u I Sunday. f Mimn .... . l!:ri.tfi. )'4-i a.m. atUta.in r ltiiratnl.'t li: aia.m. !.Orm- " J'rowusvillc 'J:!'. " I. .it .'.:! ' ' Vcmpt-is.. .. "fi : " N:ui " T!'!. No- I connect at lftiann Junc. i-. i'ii Kuuxvil1- I'mmh: nt (e t'it itn'l from Matni!:'!! t'avei at tl'a-eow June, to and from 11 liifE : at Nashville with Nii-4- i 1 1 art" t'.'.Mttanoica Rniiroad : at Decatur ritti M'. mi.hr arM iiirle-ton Railroad : nt , .ifr filV ii. & II. U.K. : at liotbrir with ft. L iui- a ii 1 Soiithcpt-n Railway; at Mi-k-xiKie wilh Nahvilie ami Northwestern I'flilHiv; at Montgomery with Mohile aty MoM:v.uiry Railroad, (or Pne'"'; Mobile tind New Orleans. TRAIN N. i 'ol.neetii at Nashville with if-U ill nr-J Chattauoora Railmad: at aturwith Meiui.hi. and t'burl.wt-" Knilron.l: it liiriiiii.u-liain with Alnhnmrf afhl Clnitt.i- l...

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. — 7 September 1876

GEXEEAL BREVITIES. Froijs live from 12 to 15 yeArs. A bart show will be one of the fea tures of the Iowa State Fair. - A cokmsh baa been found to produce 3,600,000 cpgs at a epawn. The Australian do and the shephtrrd dog of Egypt never bark. Ik you dislike to say potato-Imp, it is iwrferUy proper to refer to the insect as tho devemlineata. l.ocKroKT, Mass., appropriates the proceeds of her tax on do-rs to the pur- i . i . . r" tuaae oi nooks lor her public library. Another mammoth hotel is to be erected at Saratoga for the entertain- Mvni, oi guests oi moderate means. Is 1K2 the English Parliament voted for education, art and science an appro priation of fv,:i5:t,810. This year the aiuonnt was f K,3W,iy5. One of the best veIocipedi.ts in the world is a Chicago letter-carrier. lie does all his traveling on the back of a bicycle "just as easy." Masaciuhetts is paying about three-quarters of a million annually for interest on the debt incurred in the construction of the Hoosaic tunnel....

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