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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 September 1876

EXTZB NOUS. At vre two UowIt walked. Uit night. Silence fell on u. p ot few; I wm Uraid to fane the lUrht. Lerl yoo rtrouid tee Uuil I loved you, dear. Vou drpw m arm airaitiRt your heart, borloae I could feel it lx-Jil:n near; on were tirnve eomut a fur 'Vcr'i part Yoa wer aorun Uiat I )ured you, ltr, Then you uurmured a won! or two, And trn-ieriy tumped your llAcninirear, For yno tlKHichl that all that you hai to do W m w bear me any that 1 loved you, dear. lint, tbmiirh your fane wat ao clone to mine Tlial v..u towiiKil my clieek with your cheabiut tiair. 1 wouldn't my tip. t yrmm refin; Aiui y t 1 lovt;d j-.ju I lvcl you, dear. And all at onoc you were oil ami pate. lUwune you liioucht Uinl I did not tare; I ennl a life tmhinn my vail Hut ttmt Ut;aiie 1 lori-t yon, dear. And you thou,: lit 'twvii a drp of rain i hat hiiM"l your i ami? lint 'Uu a kar; Yr then you wii-J you'd never nifuin Asa mc to wir timt I lovl you, dear. Well. I will t-M-ifTouH I'rtm now; I thought of u w'r.r....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 September 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WIDE, fcdltor Fmbliahe-r. ftt'RM'RIPTIOX RATM. Tiro dollars a yearf nr dollar for six monthr; 8 fly mdu for three months, isvaxiablt i iB rcc. ADTERTIKIXtl RATE. o I weeks 1 X"! 2 Ni 3 SO; 4 Hi 6 on, mi V, on rtrwk I 2 oil 3 2S 4 i 5 7o! 8 00 12 So; 2" (0 ImonUi' 2 So' 4 oo 5 so 7 On in on IS on iff. . 14 (p, 6 Sii 8 So 11 on lfi i So 4'i no S on SO 11 SO 14 7S 2 0" 30 i" SO 00 . 4 () 10 5".H 00 17 SO 23 .Vl,:7 ' i " 7 (in 12 w 16 i" 20 i" 27 44 () 70 00 6 " 8 n 1( So IS no r W (1 SO WOO 9 io Bo 17 m 2t i lit '"A Ot) lifi () 1 year... 1 12 OH 20 00 27 W : Oo 4-i 00 75 Ul 131 00 Dooble-column advertisements, 10 per cent, ad vance on the ahoverste. Triple-column advertisements, 20 percent. ad Vance on the above rates. Advertisements to occupy special position, 10 er cent, advance on the above rates.. A-cal Notice?," (in the same type an local vauing matter. 10 cents per line. All transient advertii"Y-.ents must be paid for in ad ranee. Ye.ir:y advertisements, qua...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 September 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. Thursday, sKrru u, iro. o.mi:m:i tiwk. L0U1SVIUE &GT- SOUTHERN RAILTIOAT LINK. T U A I X SJJOI AMM ' Til. V nTT. 1 ! X.J i'noTV ApcH ft. UTS. 'lullr Ki Daily. Daily. Lv Milan - 11:-Vip.m. 12:3ia.m.' Vlia.rn Ar llumhot.lt i:m.n.:tk4ap.m-i " " H i, !! ill 2:1s i.ra .VIS " .M"inii....l ZMl " 1 :fto " :rt " TRAIN No. 1 connect at Lebanon Jaac. with Kmnvillc Brsurh: at Cava l itjr tn and from Mammoth Cave: at tiiarow Jam, to we.H from liU'fi'W; at Na-hwlle with Nash ville nnd Chattanooga liailroad: at Deeaiar with Mrmi.hu and Clirlct Railroad : at Cal-rn with f., K. A It. K. K. : at Outhrie itli i ft. Loui and Kontheastcrn Kailway; at 1-Kii7.ie with Na-hvilic and N orthwcstern lailwav; at Montgimicry with Mobile and Monta-oiaery Railroad. fir Pcnsacola, Mobile Btid Sen rlm.". TKAI.V No. S connects at Narhvlllr with N-hville and ( ha'tanoora KailrnnSli at lr- at. ir with Mrn:.l.i and ( barlci-ton Hnilroad; rt liirtninrliam with Alabama and Chatta- Knilimifi; at Calrraw...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 September 1876

H ESTERA.il' B RE YITIES. A RK.ifTTJi Bfgro Jomin, Virginia, City blew up tLe woman's Louse with dynamite. ;'.; , .; .;' Neaklt all the steam lines and large ewls trading to "Xew Orleans are now uaking their passages through the jet ties. Cait. John Foyti-nJTg, of Dos Lury, Mass., Ito years old, was baptized and takyn Ujto: the Methodist Church. few Sundays ago. The German Government in AUace has rchtsr-d fts Tint so far as to allow the engagement of a French eomp:iny for the Strasbourg Theater. A rJOKbfi that was lclng shod in I'ouglikeepsie, reared suddenly, and struck hij lu;ad against a betii wiih uch fuK-e tit liK neck' win broken. A SwKDiThas Invented a dress, .ton-. piTd ut two sections bl canvas filled , with water,' which enables a-m.-in to jilune for several minutes into flame offire. t ' - Kx-Mayou J. V. C. Smith, of Bos ton, a rather poetical person of an eccen tric turn, is , building an open-front tomb, with "seats "and a table, in the beer garden style- . v . - PiiO"....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 September 1876

; oyer these." . m I. They tell me I ahull me the food Otiwren (tone hrfore. ' Tht Jut Itevnml ileath't Mrelling flood, I Kn thai .hminr to.e, - - --: The pHtriHrrhf ami iruhfl slmnd. Ami through tne liem-i m miner land, t?i iif are ricrmc louil and cler, Tocrawn Hie npr otim-ii' yi-ar; i .XnJ Ixliall meetUieng-l thron ' And Unf with them In endless iwinjr; Miall runre the flelils of pure delight, l ull flowers of fmreet filooro, All through the "lv thnt know no night, Au4 fear mo fraHjcring glootn. : . ' II Ar.'l 1 fhl rreet the faintly band ' l ' i 1 1 1 -1 i.t .1 li4T.fi brave, 1 tin iifnt! the.ky f eery niA, Went a niirtyr rave; The il.turit'cM (uii'iiibr i if the crow, . H hnoousu-i ..rUilt pin Imt i!im; Tliev who irne l.ii:;ie. xalraiion free, Simll lie j.y floi ."us '''inrai)yf . WhH in t'u ylorinit. w;irl;ire ilicJ, Vli-t'irimis nn, rlinfiiM All them nn- wrnitu.c hhw Ut jrreef Tm-pilirrun U hm reet. To iniiie tan weary enrUtworn feet Ir (junte luret-or ilnU' I . in. Well, ti...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 September 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, Edit Hl ilM RIPTION It ATE. Two dollar year one dollar for fix months; fifty nuti (ur tbre months, utiriablt is id- ADTERTIKIXU RATIX " "! " . 2 c 8 2 2 - i - - 2. O 1 D B O" O B- B 0 C ?" : P TIME. week 2 week, oweek 1 month 2 3 " 4 5 " " 9 .. 1 rear... I 1 nil 1 "V 2 .i 1 .Sit! 2 ? S VI 2 tail 3 2r 4 Sn 2 An: 4 S 4 6 VI' 8 Ml 5 On 8 VI 11 H , III 10 51 14 7 li 12 Oil Hi III 8 (W 1.1 .VI 11 'i 3 "01 4 I 4 VI1 8 5 7.M 8 7 mi 10 II on 1 14 7.i 3i 17 .Vi Zi 20 00 27 22 mi :i 'jn in as :a in 4.1 00 (i VI 00 9 .VI III 12 SO oo is m: III 22 .VI in si in .Vi 37 III ill 44 ID III .SO III III in III III 75 on in in .s III 20 in Its HI 40 ill .VI in fin in ii HI HO III lit". laj 1 JO 111 10 An 17 (i '.3 i" 12 (Hi 2l (HI 27 HI Double-column advertisements, 10 per cent, ad vance on the above rate. Triple-column advertisements, 20 percent, ad vance on the above rale. Advertisements to occupy special position, 10 1r rent, advance on the above rates. iochI Notice," (in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 September 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, SKITK 21, 17(1. LOUISVILLE & GT.SOUTHERM RAILKOAP USE. TUAlhS iiVlSi Kll III. .Ar-rilfl.KTo. :!aiir Kx' luiir. I randn). I I No. & I'ailjr. l.r MHaa II :ri ..in. a.ot. I Srtia.t At llamlx.lilt lr t'a.ra. 12:4"ip.M.; 3:4.) " Hrowofville 2:1 " l.Vt " " " Mmpbi. .S:4il " ( 3:1 " MA " TKAIX X-I n.niirrta at lrlana Jaar. arith Knnirillr Ilranrli: at Caw ity to ami frrn Mammoth Cave: at tilnrw Juiif. to and frm .lr": at Na.nilli: with Xafb illc and t'iialtaaonra Hilrmi : at lirratar wilh llrinl'hii' and ( bark-ton Hailroad : at I'alrra with 8., I., k l. H. K. : at tialhrir i'WSt. Ixniia"l S-mthraMrra Kaila' at M krntic with NahHtie and N "Ylh wr"tcm Kailwajr; at MonljrntaerT with Mobile and Mintrm-ry Kjulroad. Tor IYn,at.U, Mobile and New Ortran. TKAIX Xo. X v-nncrl at Xativilla with Nubvillr and 'hattanxra Itailruad: at ratnrwith Memphi' and ( harlextnn Hailrvad; at liirwiinrham with Alabama and Chatta ira llailroad: at Calera with Scitaa. Hrnnc and IhUt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 September 1876

(SEVERAL BREYITITS. The Oolo saya that the Russian land army can now be bro.;h. up to 2,50,- uw nin, without counting the Ujolt chenie or national militia. Lord John IUssill, the ' Nestor of Hntish Ftf.njen, entered mon his eiphty-fifilu. jer on Aug. 18.. , lie lift jren a Member ol l'aihanient since 1813. Robert Lttton, Viceroy of India, rolled the other day with his horse UK) feet down a precipice, at the top cf which the animal ehicd. Ho was not hurt. A Saratoga correipondent wants to bet that there is more love made to the square inch at Saratoga, during the season, than at any other place in the country. " i ' -.. 1 GF.otGt Ad.vs, train . ruder, who misplaced a rail on the Liiku Shore Road, h:is been held for the construct ive murder of William E. Clemen?, a paseper. - r - SisjM Ma by Langk, tie first giipo riorec nf - the colored Oblate Sisters of Providence, in Baltimore, stilL retains that position, though over 90 years of age. She is a native of Cuba '.. John Miller, of Bos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 September 1876

ACBOSS THE FIELD OF BARLEY. "To-morrow, m, Vm wrt sixteen. And Hilly bniw, the drover. Una poppM the qiwaion to mte, n, And wuti to Le my lover; In morrow morn, he un, mamma, ilr'a r ominjt ben quite ear )jra To take a plenum walk wilh ma Actom the field of barley." Ton am at not t, my pwitle dear, . Ther. 'i no uee now a-talkinr: Too nhail mit to aiToat the field Wit liiily e.rime a-walticf . To think of 'hi nreKuroption, tool The dirty, uft'y drover. I wonder where your pride bat gone. To Uiiiik of ucii a lover I" 'OM i.rimoi ig deal, roi know, mamma. And Itilly fa o lonely; ftcruU', they aay, to Crime' efctaU. Thkl Hilly it the only Survivlnp heir to all that'i loft; And that, tltey say. ic nearly A pond Un tliounand fw3t mamma And quite tlx hundred yearly !" "I did not hear, my danfrhterdear. You- last re.nark quite clearly. But hilly if a ek-ver lad. And no doubt loveu you dearly; liememlier then, ti-morrow worn. To le up liriplit and early. To take a rlcani.l walk with him Act...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 September 1876

J i ! J c v MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, Editor od rnbllaner. fkrRKCBirTiuar rates. Two dollar yer: one dollar for nix month.; fifty Mtti for three nonius, ivtah)abi.t m ad- ADTKRTISIXU RATE. ? y 3 ? - ? P- I f I I I I i 2 a 2 S " I f ! : I I work 1 ! l 1 5n! 2 1 (i 2 flit 4 4 '' fl 5 ft; 4 VI 10 751 2 50! S nf! fioj 3 SO1 4 Sn; 25 1 4 Sol 6 75 1 it 5 Ml 7 m 4 00 50 C mi' V 8 on R! flu 10 lri mi 1H (i'22 So 2' t ij : ti v. ,vi :7 on 27 00 44 On 10 on 15 On 2t 00 & 00 Vi on 50 on m oil To () HOW t ntki cweeks 1 mnnUi 2 " 3 4 6 " " 9 " 1 year- 5ft. .Vi 11 00 50 11 VI 14 7," 50 14 ftl 17 50 0(1 16 ( 30 (m 50 1 f!22 (l 0023 00 Ut oo 27 otn;o oj, 7 M2 .i ( 50 00: 10 0U 17 12 (Hi at :i () so fti ." OU 75 00 120 00 DouMe-eolnran advertisements, 10 per cent. ad vance on the shore rates. Triple-column advertisement. 20 rreet) t. ad vance on tbe above rates. Advertisements to occupy special position, 10 per rant, advance on the above rates. 'Local Notices." (in the name type u local readin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 September 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. THURSDAY, SEPTR 23, 1876. coxdci:tik, LOUISVILLE &GT.SOUTHERH RAILROAD USE. TKAIXS UOiAU SOL'TIL A.ri!.11. l"Cfi. nily Ki liy. Iailjr. I Sunday. I I ? X. iUn U.'Op.m. 12- Jtl a.tn. At HuiuiwMt U: .m..l'2:4.r p.a-', X:V " " i'rrinville 2:1" " i 1.S0 ' I ft:!.1. " Momi ia...., b.Vl " 3:o0 " i h.if " TKAIN' Nn-I rnnr-t at Lebanon Janr. milh Knuxvillc Treat-h; at Care Hr to and from Mammoth Cava; jit laciw Jan. u ani fruin ulunt; at abtilU- with Nab m and 'daUanea Railroad : at Decatur Memphis and 4'harlcft4:i Railroad : at C.I.T-. with H.. K. A l. R.U.: at tiuthri i-;'h.-'t. Loui'and Bontheaxtnr Railway; at W. k-nria with Na-Lvijie and Nirthwcf tora lUilr: at .!ntvtacr7 with Mobile and !im!rmTT Railroad, iur Faui-a'-ola. Mobile and Nr Orloag.. TKIN Ko. S maiierta at Xaahvillr with N'hvill! and ('hutUuiix ra Railroad: at le catiiraith Meiaihia aad CbarlwUia Railroad: at lfiriniiialiam with Alabama and .'batta noora Railifd: at Oalera with tclma. llumc and Dnllon Kail...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 September 1876

GEXB1L BREVITIES. Ttje cadet at the, Virginia -Military Institute, at Lexington, will visit the Centennial on the 1st of (October.. . TriE Boston Transcript has hea:d of a servant girl who inquired on the first morning ' after her arrival : And d ? . - ..... w uM Aiitiu't: girls own beds, mum?" Fivk new life-saving-"stations have just been completed on the coast of Florida. The main purpose istoave the lives of shipwrecked sailors and others who reach land in a destitute and starving condition. Took old Uncle Daniel Drew' hadn't the faintest intention of joking when, in response to a reporter's query as to his opinion of Vanderbilt's chances of life, he replied : " I have no hope of his recovery. I, know his physician very well." . Only about two-thirds of the Russian serfs have accepted the terms of the ukase of freedom." Many are so wretch edly poer that the Government has to aid theflrwith money and food to ena ble them to till the land which has been given them. ; Mrs. Wilhelhik...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 October 1876

KENNETH, MY KISQ. i. Tbr marreloo Ix-autT, mj blue-ey" boy, tfhines surrvlike throuKh Ur lurid Faars, u Till i floh with Uie oM, Here, fetterless Joy, Kortrelful ol time ind rmn. - " : :" CLi'i' ii. Ai I mv the then I can the now, Tbf rimonte)oToo thy prrferl ftin,t i line s-oloen T bnve, white trow Tossed hark with a nanwk-u grace.' ' III. And hnMinjr thy harp in thy slim, strong hands An i tne narp ana uie nanaa arc bat ut to- asv I hrr thee awplhr Ita silvery nratKil j , ) In thy on, wild, peeriesn way, , ! : rlpel! -bound I listea until it mmi That I live in ttc light f the pt once more, And revel in all of ft strange, sweet Lrt-ns That never fruition bore. And my deal ho pea rie from their funeral t yres. As blrarrd and Ix-autif ill aa of old. And lnr h in my heart spring Uu tarred Area, That long were quenched sad cold. . "O Kenneth, my king m I (orftilly cry tKntohina- my rms tothy vMnn Vrrt To ciasp it doner to my breast V i . . I'Uup imly the empty 'air t . I ? ' II. . . . ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 October 1876

KlILiAN EXCHANGE. W.A.WAM,E4IMr aUidl Pfekllaalrf-. StTMCmifTIOH BAtESt . Tn aollarf I years or JoH., for fix (Kmitif t fly eaau far tire ajonlliit intakuaLt tit ab sskcb. AttTza-nsnra im. I e 6 P tiai. Z wnki l sn J s so so wi so b ffl t sol I o IM!1 WW on 13 OT, 2? no 4 Si 6 nl n it a so1 40 no J Of) l 60 11 60 14 73 O 00 90 10 ? w jS y U w it sfi 2s sn 37 w w oo T Wll 80 ll) I1 W OU 27 M 44 W 70 00 1 jw.ii en ?5 nn' itiKifiiM nfl an ftA J moat H 1 ... a. . 1 r r.i ia i nrw fa A flll'lllA III II Mb 3U OU 27 UUlM OujtS 00 75 OU 131 00 lowble-elwi adTartisemanU, K pranCi& . fUMntMWnn. tripie-coiama adverse-neatst 19 tffef rthl: . Mmt. advance oa the abdra rale. . "Local Notices." (in tb mm type at IweaJ rwadiag matter.) Ill eeats per lina. . AUtramaMdvrtteemewUmuitlseeld fbria advance. Taarly BdrartisemeBU, auarterly la aaraae. , .i Obttaano. Tribute bf Kaswaet and remarks on maxTgeve-half of r-ular rata, Simple aaaow axemen ta of marria-et tld deaths In sartsd gratia. Democrati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 October 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE. TiWlHiAY, CTOBER 5, 1M7IL o.ii:m:v rllK. LOUISVILLE & SOUTHEBH llAtl.RO AD LINK. Tl'.AINS UOIl HJl TII. April.ll.Wi. Itaiiy Bt frally. ' ; honday. h, ft ltally. l.V Milan - 1! p.t"l; US') a.m. lli.n Ar Humboldt 1 a,m. liiiSp , " " rln.wn.ville it:U l.ai " i MS " " Memi.hu ... 3:4" ". I - "W " TKA1X No. 1 rorineeta at Lebaaow f. -villi knoxtillc Bran-: at Cava City hi ami from Ma in moid Catct at ila-uw Jtinc. to and from Glaagow; at Naab.illa with Ville and Oattaaoor Railroad J at lH:-a.tr wnh Memphis and Chrtrltin R.iOrd I at t'nirra with S., K. A L. ... K. t at Gathrir Viih St. I,..iii. and Soithefl-tern Railway: at Irk-ntie with Nahvilf and N'orth-ealcrw Hni.way: at Montgomery with Mni.il and Montgomery Railroad, for r.ttlBi Mobile arid New Orleans. . . TIL A IX No. .1 connect! at NanV.H With ashvillc etid. Chattama-a Uailr-ttrfi at le--atnr with Memphis and harll.a Kaijroad: at liirtninrbam with Alabama and CHitta-nn-a Railroad: ac i'alara whb feci mat llxmr ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 October 1876

GEXEK4L BREVITIES. A io? won in a swimming match with a man at Herndon, England. A tocko Englishman at Simla has abjured Christianity and become a Hindoo in religion. A wealthy San Francisco widow lias pleased herself and shocked her friends bj marrying her coachman. The work of repairing the tomb of Abelard and Heloise; the two heroic lovers whom sentimentalists dote on, has stopped on account of a lack of funds. The tomb is in the Parisian cemetery of Vert la Chaise, and much of its dilapidation is no doubt due the hands of relic seekers. ' ' A harmless duel was fought on Sep tember 1 by two ex-oflicers of the En glish army in Belgium. The principals in the affair will shortly appear in the Divorce Court one, a baronet's only son, as plaintiff, and the other as co respondent. The arms were pistols, and the distance twelve paces, but both missed, and the Beconds declined to al low a second shot. At St. Ave, France, two farmers and a workman of Vannes found an unex ploded shell. In ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 October 1876

HOLLY BY THE GATE. BT MART OHKM. ,' Bt the mad two married mil pin, Where the rnUina love to mate; On the vrxrm beoeath taeir hUiiw, Mullv'H UAitinr hr the rate. ill -v tihrk or bright the lay that naileth, , Silent, unler heaven's dome, . It had one ale hour lor Molly, That which brings her father home. He within the' panting city, ! f v, Wotting out mitD't common fata, Kttea Mv , iK-fnrt In t ion, . Little 'ol!y by the tm ; Who hath proved hit clraoff defender," Who loth hold him pure and true. B tb haur far upliiled, ltmlilirg iuouUi, and eyea ot blue I ETerTwhCTe , aome dew temptation ' Hold xl'urementa fair and nd new: , 8afe a little child doth It-ad. All the periiout palhwar throat; h. Evermore his eidrit re her. Be. it airly, be it late - !.' Sliil, the litue, denrrtiild-danghter, airily, waitit g by the gate "OSE LITTLE INDUX." ja a neacn, not a reservation: an aiuir of love, not a war; a story, not on?. The affair lienn with an aversion' on both sides: they do sometimes. ....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 October 1876

UFl'WBl,,IUJWMI.)W!lllma MILAN EXCHANGE. W.1.W1DE, Idiler and Pahliaae-r. HrRKl'RIPTIOJr KATFH. Two dollars, a yean on dollar for six n,onthr; AKCE "U monlhi, 1SV AIUaBLT II AD- ADTESTIHSU KATEM. o - 2 & ! s S S s- r 1 TIME. weeic 2 weeks weeks 1 mntb 2 " a 4 - 5 " A " 9 " 1 year... 1 ""I 1 75 1 .v: i .v 2 i; s 2 2 1 i 4 l 4 1 4 Mi1 8 ft) 5 Ob 10 i 7 a 11 Oil fW'13 So ' So ! s .vi 4 Sk, 5 So n n su 14 00 1 i 11 W 23 (H: 27 0" S (.' 4 4 Sl 6 5 75' 7 ( !1 ii I 14 7 '. 31 17 X 3) IT 22 OH 3U 2X ii.( H Uo.5 5.1 (' 9 Ml in 12 .Vi (m l.i ( (i 22 .Vi ui :i i"i Vi 37 l 1(1 44 (m so in mi ftv on Ui 75 mi 10 Oft is no 3i (! 25 (m 41 no So tiO VI (l 7(1 ui W flfl lu'i im 1' (l 10 t IT 12 (JO 21 Mi Double-column advertisements. Riper cent, ad vance on the txve ratea. Triple-column advertisements. 20 percent. ad vance on the above rale. Advertisement to occupy special position, 10 lerrent. advance on the above rales. Local Notices." (in the Mine type as local read in matter.) In cents per li...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 October 1876

MILAN EXCHANGE: THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1870. IOLMITI1K. LOUISVILLE T6T- SOUTUEBH RAII.BO.4l LINE. TRAINS tilM tHTIl. ' No. 1 Daily Ki . vuuday. No. S I Daily. I .AprilM. 171 I.v Mils II i' .!;. 12:31 a.a. :1S a. at Ar HuintKil'U lL:s'a.n,. p. ta-i 3.4 " "Brownsville 2 V " !.'' " ..VIS " " Memphis " X-.HA " ! :f. " TRAIN No-1 connects at Lebanon June, with knoxville Rranib: wt C;'r 4 ity to and J i. Mil Masnniath at t.-cow Jane, to n'l from tilssgnw: at N'liillr with Ns.b srillr mi J C dtltiwm lUilnnd : t lo-atur with Mcmrhi l thirl tun l: a 1 1 r..m. : at Cili-r.1 i:b S.. 1!. k l. K. K. : rt (iutbrie with St. ioui ami Hithc.leru K.ilmay: at .MrKrniie with Nehilie anil Nrth western l.-jilx.y; at Montt 'innry lib Mobile and Montriiraery Railroad, for l'ur-,Ia. Motile nml r Orleans. TKAIN No. S nrniirli J Nahville witb Na. h ill-end ihatlann4.ee Railroad: at le ratnr with Memphi. and I harlerlpu Railroad: at llirmiiiihsnt wtib Alatiania and thetta tioura Railroad: at t'alrr with Nrlm. K...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 October 1876

fcEXEBAL BRETITIE?. Tn tfme i xomjr.p.'Hays a dis Uniised vhysiinn; viieii it will be . m disgraceful to have typhoid fever a it is to have th4tch' Tiiic Vicrroy of India has convoked an asSciiiblaj: of over ciht hundred princes and rajahs for January, Lcfore whom f!l h read the decree creating Quen"ictoria Empress of the Indies. . fiiE Dutch llepublic of Transvaal, in SouUj. Africa, ha decided taseck wi ne i alio n to the Kingdom of irtat llrit&in, according to the London Tims. The territory conbists of- 77,704 square miles of land, and the people number abou .40,000. . . . , ; ; j ; Tf'kra ielFi m;o has been traversed by Lieut. Masters, 11. Jf.', who has dis covered that the natives believe in devils, mnd bold them to be the depart ed Spirits or members of the medical profession. The main object of their religious ceremonies is to keep these devils it a distance from them. . Professor Agajisiz Aayain his lec ture on the " Trees of Amev?c" that no fossils of plants belonging to...

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