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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 January 1877

THE EXOIl'AyGlS . l. AE, Keillor and rMifcrr. COXDEXSKD TIME. LOUlSViliE&lT.SOUTHERS M BM Rirrien rater. Tw. dollars year. vu'J llrfori mBth-: Xrtyeentsfer three .Ws' hV' I'lSI'li. A DVr.RTIM IU R1TCK. , s i a o- i T ; ii !f : IH '1; JiaX. week I 1 011 1 751 JWUW 6 Sy . 41 2 weeks ' 1 .Vl1 J 3 5u 4 6o Vi ij Kdi .weeks 5 00 SV 1 So 5 TV v" so W 1 wnntk1 2 .Vl 4 5 So- 7 ll i S ill 25 Ul 2 i 4 no .Vj I SO 11 Ml Ki 00 22 50 441 (in I 00, S .V) U a'14 7"i 20 ' i 00 W ! t tO 10 V) 14 Oil 17 50 ii) X OU l l , 4 0 J2 x lj Ul 20 00 i7 Ul 44 00 7liM ' I :t ;i0 11 22 OU .'W 00 50 si uo t If -! bl n . V ,.. ?r .,-.- . 1 year t r v ... w wi w . m Pr 'K UU 1C U 3w t W U 0.4f 00 7ri go 1JU uu DouUe-eoiaeiu advertise incuts, 10 fccx eejijt. ed- Tanee n th. abov. rat, Triple-eoluaia advartlaeeseet. 3d perawt,ed- Advertisements la twip; special pliio, 13 per cent, advance on the above rate. Locsl Notices ' tin the Mm vm -- ImI Ol IDA UM reading matter.! lilcnii mi line AH traneieiitt'lvertiscment...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 January 1877

THE MILANEXGHANGE. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. It was reported from Bozeman, Mon tana, tm the 22d, thatMaj. Randall and bis entire party had been massacred by the Indians under Crazy Horse, in the Big Horn Mountains. The report was not credited by the War Depart ment. The preliminaryjconferenee of Pleni potentiaries at Constantinople is satis factorily ended, and the decisions ar rived at have been approved by their respective Governments. TriE Supreme Court of Florida, on the 221, granted a peremptory order to the State Returning Board, requiring them to count all the returns as regular on their face. Counsel for the Board gave notice of a motion to answer. The Democrats claim that this will give Til den the State by 94 majority, and also elect the Democratic S:ate ticket. In compliance with the order of the Florida Supreme Court, requiring the Returning Board to meet on the 27th and count all the returns as tLey appear upon their face, Attorney-General Cocke made the can...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 January 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. w. jl wide, rabiiihrr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. A Liove Song. Och. Xorah. so swate. an so purtv, th darlintl Hur cheeks arel.ke pink ehinln" out ut tlie now; An'herr.lim och, my hctrt, tlie dimple that's in itl An eye i that say yl when her lip utter no. Her form it is iligant. trim like, an' slimier; Au' look at the iuwera that are l.arkin" all muni To bear ia she comin', wM kisxen so tinker To girt hT bite fut aa it loaulic the ground I An oft ilo I mind t'e fiit hour of ur mectiu' The bai-te uv a dog, he had frighted her ao; 6he sprang to njjr arms, her poor heart wildly beatin' Wid fear; but i' faith, nut a bit did I know What it was ailin' mine sich a stir an commo tion IntMe uv my chist, where her purty head lay. While my breath cjime in whirls, like the wiade ut the ocean, An' tripped up the words I wag wantin to asy. An' here am I waitin' an hour in the gloamiB', Wld cruel lone tpclls sinkin' down in my heart. Hirt! that ia hersilf now, ao craftily comin' To tis...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 January 1877

WGr'"nWrt,afcfl( THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JANUARY i, I 87; There is cnly one greater fraud than Eliza I'inton the Radical liariy. t ' Cumberland river was frozen oyer at Isaehville last bunday, and skaters were out on it fur the r time iu many years. All tliia Babcock trouble might Lave been evaded had Qrton only remembered tha.tho6e diepatcheg were confidential and sacred. Governor Porter's message was sent in to the Legislature yjtfeicrday.' Ve Itopc next week to give a synopsis of :L It is an able document .The Supreme Court of Florida has jepeated iu order to re-canya.- the vote for President. Governor Drew, Democrat, wa3 inaugurated Tuesday. A train fell through a br.'Jge at Ashtabula, Ohio, lastr eek, Lin cars took fire, an- a large number of pas sengers were killed and burned to death. It is said that Avery, one of the pardoned whisky thieves, will be re appointed to his old place as chief dei k of the U.S. Treasury. Is Grant crazy? ' Gov. Hampton pnpo.-?es to .starve Chamberla...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 January 1877

THE EXCHANGE CXEKSED TISC LOUISVlLLE&GT.SOUTHEnK RAILROAD LINE. 3 VI. .WAIIl.ttllaraMal Fubllabrr. Ml llKt KlrTION at ATI:. Two dollar a year? mfi!hr fnrtit wionthr: fifty neuta tor Urea aatMilba, IktaKiaaLX l - ADVCRTINim ltATEw , c H 4 C TIM I. I - ' I i 1 link teii l t jii 3 4 i .V( l'l itt ? week J I 5 '! s 4 w 1s 3 werka i J ' 3 '' ' w' 12 ' I .tk I I .' 4 mi' S 7 l W 1" (i $V I 4W ' liiwa5 4MW s is (r -k; 1 1 vi i - -jh uo x ; mt f 4 on id i h wi , .hi n .n ,T7 m mm ; i 12 i K m a i ui :T7 Wi 44 W 7 j It i; .i .m - ) OO .ai !! . Ill Bf ! 10 JO IT Ml 2t l 2 l1 3 ! W (HI pV W 1 year... 12 2 W JT hi !tt (Hi 75 taj 1U ti Double-column adTertiaemeata, 1 percent, ad- imiiv on the above rate. Triple-column edverliM-menti, 30 percent, ad vance on the above rate. Advertieeiaenta to occupy fecial poaiti.a, 10 1-r cent, a Ivetieeon the above ratce. .ocal Nutim." tin tbe nar type aa local reading matter. i 10 cent per linr. Ail trni-nt x lTcrtiaeincHt, moat he paid for in advance, ici...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 January 1877

the milan: exchange,!;: w. jL vide, pbH.h.t H ' ' I ! fl MHJLS", - . " - " , TENNESSEE. CTOREKT TOPICS. Capt. Eads telegraphed from thIH"dTOn IJver Railroad- Itisunder Jetties, on the 29th, that he had secured f t0O( that the bulk this vast property tne requisite depth and. width through the channel 20 feet deep and 200 feet wide to pnt.it In y,',m . i... : wide to entitle him to the Cm install- ment or pay from the Government. Another terrible railway accident occurred on the Michigan Southern and Lake Shore Railroad, near Ashta bula, Ohio, on the evening of the"23lh. The Facific Express train, comprising six coaches and two drawing-room cars, drawn by two locomotives, left Erie for Cleveland one hour late. About 8 p.' m. the train reached the bridge over Ashtabula Creek, and, in passing over, the bridge gave way, precipitating tho whole train, with the exception of one locomotive, to the frotcn bed of the stream, ,5 feet below. The cars were completely smashed in pieces the ice m ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 January 1877

THE MILAN EXGHANGE. w. A. IT A DE, Publisher. MILAN, . . TENNESSEE. Love Me, trove. A SOXO. Lore me, love, bat breathe it low, Soft as cummer weather; II yon lore nw, tell me eo As we tit together. Sweet and still as roar blow. Lore me, lore, but breathe it low. T II me only with your eyes. Word are cheap aa water. U you love me, looks and tirhs Tell my mothers daughter More than all the world may know Ivore me, lore, but breathe it low. Words for oihera, Mrm and snow. Wind and chanceful weather Let the shallow wafers rw t'onrain' on together; Tut lore is still and deep, and oh I Love me, love, but breathe It low. Joaquin MUter Charity. The pilgrim and stranger who through the day Holds over the desert at trackless way. Where the terrible sands no thade hare known ; No sound of lire save the camel's moan; Hears at .art. through the mercy of Allah to all, From his tent-door at evening the UcUuuia's ' call :- ' ' Whoever thou art r te netftn great. In the name rf God, the Companionate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 January 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, J 577. THK LECflLATi ar, In the Senate last Thursday the ptandiug conjnilttees were aonoqnced. Mr Hawkins ja chairraan of tlje Judi ciary Coniraittce, one of the most im portant of nnj. He U aleo a mem . ber of. tl)C;Cpmmittee on Education and Common Schools, Tippling and Tippling IIouf-.es, anJ ne- Countie and County Linos. In the Hou.se Mr Johnson is Chairman of the Judi ciary Committee, and a merultr of the committees on' Jchtjop and Common SchooLs Elections; and Re trenchment. Mr Day is a meruW of the Committee on Banks, Charita ble Institution?, and Agriculture and Manufactnres.' A largo number of members introduced bills for the re peal of the dog law ; o we suppose that bone of contention will be re moved. The Legislature of Tennessee have adopted resolutions in regard to Conix modore Vanderbilt. Speeches were made in both bodies the first time ' juch a mark of respect wa ever paid by the LeUJatuja U) a private citi- fcn. Gov. HarrU was clec...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 January 1877

THE EXCHANGE cexDESsr.n time. E&fiT, AiWlDF, Bullae ! lellher. Two dollar a' year: ane dollar Torsi month-; C Fly cent for Urea ataia,iVAaiAi.T in ,. vcr.. ADVKBTIKIXU KATW. t O i 3 J I . 1 i ! 1. . Jo i ! I we I I Tii 2 .Vi; 3 W 4 u .V, u kP I I 0l I -V.l 3 SO 4 Mr ... sir j , i HO " weeks S . 2 4 io; 5 7.V Mi 12 3i tO I taenia ! ') 4 (V 5 V 7 "I 10 (it IS 9 2S I 4 no M) It fti ii un a so, 4 no 5 I so 11 .Vi U 7 3m :ioo fi( 4 - 4 1(0 10 SO 1( Ml 17 Wit S0 .T7 00 00 ((X 6 7 Ml 11 ) lfi l 31 no 27 id 41 00' 7 ft) .S " IWIlWlUdOHW Jiifl' ( 0 " jo jo i" oo a m & o o ou i mi 1 year... 12 U 30 UO 27 00 B flu 45 00 74 00 1 J) 00 louUe-elm o advertisement. 10 par east, ad vance an tha above rata. Triple-eoluana advertisement. 30 per cant, ad- anee aa tha abora rales. Advertisement t tnnH special potitioa, 10 fer cent, advance na the above rates'. oe Notice." da tba game type a local reading matter.) 10 wil par liite. A II transient advertutomeat must be paid for ia advance. Yearly ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 January 1877

THE M!LANEXGHANGE. W. A. WlDL, PaUUfcer. MILAN, - TENNESSEE. C UllRENT TOPICS. I response to a dispatch from Got. Kellogg, of Louisiana, to President Grant, asking for recognition of tbe oew Republican Slate Government and Legislature, the President telegraphed on the 7th that he did not propose to interfere, farther than to instruct the military commander at New Orleans to keep the peace and prevent bloodshed. This decision was unanimously ap proved by the Cabinet. Got. Williams, of Indiana, Gov. Cullom, of Illinois, Gov. Phelps, of Missouri, and Gov. Anthony, of Kan sas, were formally inaugurated on the 8th. A pun was fought between Mr. James Gordon Bennett, of the New York Eerald, and Mr. Frederick May, in Delaware, near the Maryland bor der, on the 8th. May was reported severely wounded. Bennett escaped unhurt. A mass convention of the Democrats and Independents of Illinois was held at Springfield, on the 8ih, to consider the present political situation. Gen. John M. Palmer was ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 January 1877

.THE MILAN EXCHANGE. IT.JLlTiDE, PibllUrr. MILAN, . . TENXESSSE. Star-Gainp. BV. was )l fantasy oMen, A dream by the dreamers of eld. Trial in Uiose profundities golden Ottr home of the future lxeM, ; As the M.ri cxir de4juw fc'lexlr' - For what ia the I nine nee, deArCst, U'er-croeeinr time' shadowy bar, : Thai Oil as with pleaaura sinccrest, To (rise on yon luminous atar, JaM aa though on our how reread atar? Care it may he a radiancy stellar Sufusea the fcwe-stricken tool. These KBengere shining eaa tell her, ' t A Itho ifrh not the glorious whole, Tf I aoroe aeon to beyond the bright gvja.1 Ten bcr tome of the wonderful rtofy, ' 1 The marvelous Iraretid of grace; Ilosr cnjuuiDg from glory to glory, Till aUndinx before God's own face. Every ul, like ctofc star. Ends it place. At vre patera the RMrdnffone ywndeT - Our tpirfts are kft In nuu, A ad picture to Iwe aad tn wonder 1 T'u calm rtf eternity data, IVben the life of the fete aha'tl U rrai.; ; roe m atar exrsjls tt In iu brig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 January 1877

.theexciiange -ii - ii James Gordon Bennett sailed fir Europe limt Saturday on the .City of Richmond. Hon. T. W. Ferry ra re-elected to the U. 8.' Senate from Michigan last Tuesday. Hon. Wm. Windom was re-electetl U. S. Senator by lie MiimesoU Leg islature last Tuesday. i : Tho upper rivers are rising very faxt, aud fears are entertained that ... a , . . It ii proposed to arrest the Ixuisi ana Returning Board for contempt of the CongreK-uoual committee. PincJibaciV and several of his back ers have desVrted the Louisiana lie, ublicaiis: "Like rata, they leave the tanking ship. ' - ' lion. II. Y. Riddle has introduced a bill iu Congress appropriating $50, 000 for the improvement of the Cum berland river from Nashville to the Kentucky line. " .The Jyifcana muddle is not yet settled. Grant sent a telegram par tially recognizing Packard; hut icholls w ill not surrender until Con grew decides the matter. There may :be bloodshed yet The ice gorges in the Ohio, at all points, broke last Sun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 January 1877

t - THE EXCHANGE W. . WADE, r.dilor nu( PblllMr. H BS( BIITIOX R tTl. Two dollar a vesr; one dollar fr fix month'; fifty eri.ls lor three suonths, iVAniAL l Ai- VASIK. AIVKKTIsI UATtK. s i f a 1 week I 1 2 r.-k ! 1 '' .1 weeks I 2 " 1 T.V t H) 3 ui' I mi 6 a I. In u 2 j' 3 'i 4 5": li 51 j'. tl 1 25 4 Vt! 5 Tft' K li 12 .Vi 20 4 i 5 So " 10 ( in 2". ' 1 (i r, So AO 11 1 i 22 Sit 4U 1 5 O'l 8 50 11 .V! 14 T 2ii i :i fill 11 j r0 M V 14 nq 17 :1 2 Mt W fsi ' J 7 I""' 12 II K "I 21! til 27 (i 44 i Til ' I H 0" 15 '.) IK !) 22 (l (l ' tsi IP JO 17 (ft 25 mi 2 li Ifl ivi fi Kit 00 J2 i! 20 Wl 27 MO X'. li 4j III 7" (i 12" l1 t - s 6 " 9 " 1 yen I.ubie-culuiin advertisements, 1" percent. ad-n-e on the alfivp rates. Triple-column advei tiM-ments, 20 percent. ad vance on the niwive late. Advcrti-cmenf- to occupy spcUl position, 10 cr cent, alliance on the a''nve rates. .. l Notion"." tin the Mine type as local reading matter.) 1J t:nU per line. All transient advertisements must be paid for ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 January 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUiniENT TOPICS. At Pittsburgh, on the night of the Hth, there was great destruction of property caused by the heavy run of broken ice from the upper Ohio. Some eight or ten tug-boats were sunk, as many more badly injured, while coal boats, barges, flats, etc., to the number a nunarea, were swept cway and mostly su nk. The losses were esti mated at over two million dollars. A number of boats were also sunk at Louisville, Jc-ffersonville, Cincinnati, Wheeling, and other points. The ceremony of proclaiming Queen Victoria Empress of India, at Delhi, Jan. 1, was, according to English re port, very impressive. Lord Lytton presided, and eighty ruling princes of Ilindostan participated in the cere monies. Thirteen thousand troops were present, and every circumstance and incident of Eastern pomp and splendor contributed to make the event the grandest spectacle ever witnessed in British India. A call for a meeting of the National Executive Committee of th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 January 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. MILAN, TENNESSEE, The Xogrlected Poet. Anortymntly publUked in the Louttville Journal about 1M9.J A poet tat muiing one night on Ma stool, Toor too: I on hi thrce-Iefrged: stool; The cold wind was high and bis cold fire low. And closer he crouched with a sorrowful Oh I As silently oVt it earti little eo:.l rew Its tool of pray aches and bade liiru adirn; And eal was his musing that nirht on bis stool. Focr tool 1 oa bis tlirec-leggcd tt ol . The snow Tras deeecuilirg; he heard cow tad then. Again, and still now and then, A little flake's foot stepping spitefully on The few coals as tlioiipb it wished them all gone Twaa to like the voicis of arrogant s irn Coming anfrri'y down on the meek and ferlornl And sad was his munic that aigtiton his stool, i-ocr xoai i cn Mb lliree-lepged ttool. Ilia garret was open, and through the cracks walked And talked tit rough every crack walked The coid, cruel winds, ttiat seemed with a hiss Ani a latpn to cry out. Here ho Is, here...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 January 1877

Esnn THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JANUARY 25, 187: Logan and Boutwell both "step down and out" The State Supreme Court has de cided tbat telegraph companies must ay tax on all their property in this State. The Washington Union etates that Senator Cooper, of Tennessee, the Democratic member of the senate committee which went to. Florida, re ports that no evidence has been ob tained by that committee which will detract from the strength of tlie case jn favor of Mr Tildcn. There seems to be a disposition on the part of some of the membersof the Legislature to do away with the office of Superiutendent of Public Instruc tion and also with county superinten dents,, Yes, do it by all means! Then burn j our school houses and make it a penal offence to sell a school book in the State 1 Shall the honor and dignity of .U. f. Senator be allowed, as it .were, to Peter out? Ij:b. Herald: No, nor a-Bate, either. Pulaski Citizen. Don't Harrji U3 with punscalculnt ?d (o Turney s:iint into a Savage. We hop...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 February 1877

ROW v TILE EXCHANGE) U'.t.WAIr, I (tHorniid PtihlUurr. KriWCRIPTIOX KITI.S. Two dnll-tr n -.ear: ondi!lnrforix month-: fifty cents f,r ihice luoaiii. iv aUah-v au- AIsVKHTISISU BATIA c c f. ) T ) 5 f ' IZk. 1 Hi' S .Vf 4 r, I. (I i 15 it, " iai 5-' 4 -vi ' 12 vi sum I month 2 '" 4 5"-' T 0' 1" HI 15 ii 2.5 im . i li I. l H -Hi IK"' 1' ' 22 .5" 4lt .. -, k 5, 11 'ri T'i Jim :iii n im 4 i ; i.i ii M 11 i" IT .v ii " :7 ' ft i r, 7 n. !j in 1.. (' "i i 27 i 44 Ul. T'l i a ' n I-: 5'i IS m 22 I11 "l in ."in no wi im .1 i . i7 in 2.1 no 2 im i It. Ui t"j I year... 12 ii 'i i 27 ( : ti,i5 on 7J ii j2tl IK) i:4!.i-'''1 tt n n O'l vrti!',n:c!)tH, In jut cent. ad Am-? tho umiivo rat'. Tni'l-"!'""" n ..ert.M-iiiinlis 2(1 per root, ad- vatv'-" ui th i!ivt rat-. iiveiii . niirnt?' tu Ofru,y Wf-iiil pOKit.up.JO I.-r - -1 t . n ! - Mir? .n t lir a'ntvc rule. s.ril N titii-"' 'in the ime type n -it.?:, -.-linr Hiuitr,1 1 mit- kt line. A H J . an-iriit ;i 1 ori'iufiil must -e i-ai.l f-T in ...-l'-;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 February 1877

THE MILAN EXGHANGE W. A. Pibli.brr. TENNESSEE MILAN, CURKENT TOPICS. President Grant has signified hit intention to sign the bill providing for counting the Electoral votes, should it pass both houses of Congress. Thi Electoral bill passed the Senate at 7:30 on the tnorning of the 25th, after ta all-night session, by a vote of 47 jeas to 17 nays. VTith the exception of Senator Eaton, of Connecticut, all those voting nay are Republicans. A meeting of prominent bankers, merchants, etc., was held in New York City on the 25th, to encourage the pro posed plan for arrnging a settlement between the defaulting Southern States and their creditors. Wm. Cullen Bry- ant presided. It was recommended by tht meeting that the best way to bring about an equitable settlement and com promise of existing claims would be to appoint a committee of disinterested arbiters and bondholders, and such ec tion was accordingly taken. Judge David Davis was elected United States Senator from Illinois on the 25th T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 February 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. Wi DE, Psbllsaer. . . TENNESSEE. MILAN, On Doing Without, Oh, Tom. I've Just seen sncb a lore of a bon net! rale b!ue, and tes-roses, ha.lt blown, and such laeet I'm nre t! at some poet would write a tweet ton net About it, when orer well, somebody's face. Ibe cost? Thirty dollars. Toil know it's im ported. The fashion, you aee, dear, has bat ust some out; I tried it on, Tom. and, oh I I waa transported . ant hare it? Jow, Tom, why? Cant I do without? Let's tee; there' the (as bill, the milk, and the grocer; Jack wants bia new shoes, and the batcher's bill's due; Alii the 'Ircss maker There, I tee yon wish to know, sir, Uaw much it all make. Well, of coarse, forty-two. Have I bonnets op stairs? Yes of course not. Wore out? No, But There! I can't hare it; us?. to argue'! no Well, Tom, then, that tabic, all gilding and what not. We aaw at the auction. Don't scowl so, you goose I The table is lovely. I'm sure that we need it; The parlor, you know, dear, is rea...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 February 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. FEIVY I, J 877. , Judge Davis pucccc'ls Logan in the "U. S. Senate. Ben ITill was last week clcclM U. Senator from Georgia. The Tope is very sjqjc is not ' .expected to live manv tajs. I Hon. James E. litik-y took Lis seat " in the United plates Senate Monday. Every Tennessee Congressman ex pept Thornburgh voted for the Elec toral Bill. Thornburgh is a radical. Bradley is the fif'Ji Judge on the ' Electoral Count Committee. We be lieves lie rives satisfaction to both 1 parties.- ' The President signed the Electoral Bill last . Monday and sent in a mes sage congratulating Congress cn U : passage. As was predicted, riiiladelphia has Jeat the Govc;-iiijc.nt out of that mil lion and a half dollars "loaned" to the ; ExjxjMtion Managers. The Continental Life Insurance .Company of New York lias busted not worth a continental red. The New Jersey Life is iu the same con- j dition. : , ' '' ". ' . . The vote on tlic Presidential epics- , , , I turn begins to be counted ...

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