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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 February 1877

H..WAtiC.i:4(orBd pWilir. -ri; KIITIO KATE. Two ilullm year: oacdullar ficsix monthr: S.rty reuta vr tare iuumas. ivmur i 'V( r.. AIM tR rtIXATIL I s 3 - - I - I 1 week ' 1 V'l ' ""' 4 Ml 1(1 110 2 weeks ' 1 3 " 4 0 ' "' ,, t.-ki J"' S S' 4 "' 5 '" -i" I" I mi.0 ' - "" 5 ' Wl ' 2s '' j i i M iu ''i 11 (KM ii 22 50 4t 3 ' f, in. i w !i .vi ii t.'i 2n in :i im mi m 4 - i ; i m v 14 17 5u 2S U T, mi t w J ' i T I'l 'Ii i l'i n ai Oil "T mi 44 00 7n fin i 8 ! l:t fill , im 22 m :u l 50 mi tsi Wi ? 'io Ai 17 24 mj i!x mi :ix mi iu mi I rear... 12 tiu l Ml 27 aw -43 (l 46 mi 75 UU Ul mi nuhic-coluiun advertiseaiearui, VJBrcent. ad- vjtm-c on the aliove rntci.. Triirlc -column advertisements, 20 nerccfcL A- vaiiee on the above rat. i dvi rUcmcnts to occupy spevxl position, 10 irr rr.it. advance en III above rate, .wai Notices," liu the name type as local Trading matter. Ill cents per line. All transient a ivertiscuicntr musl he paid for in advance. Vaarly adver.tjwcinenU, quarterly in adva...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 February 1877

1 ;' THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W.A. rTADE,Pablilier. - - TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUHUENT TOPICS. The entire Iglesias Government ot Mexico arrived in San Francisco on the 25th, having taken passage on a r&cHil mail steamer to escape capture by Diaz They had intended to disembark at Mazatlan and organize their Govern ment there, but arrived jast in time to find that Diaz had gained the alle giance of the people of that region. jgiesias ana nis party were very earnestly wantec1" on shore, but the Captain of the steamer refused to sur render them to be shot as rebels, and they sailed on to San Francisco. The rresiaent ana nis cabinet were ex pected to take the Tacific Railroad to St. Louis, thence to New Orleans, and thence to the States on the eastern side of Mexico, where they hope to find a more favorafne reception It was reported from Washington, on the 27th, that a movement is on foot in this country to raise a force of from 10,000 to 20,000 men for the purpose of placing President Iglesia...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 February 1877

THE MILAN" EXCHANGE. MILAN, TEXXESSEE. . . A Valentine. rja not In lore, ny lore, oh. nol Tli thou, m I eau pro; For thna art folded closely In And sheltered with rny lore. It hoyers o'er the all the time; It follows U thy wy; (t folds thee. sweet, where'er thou art, . AiuieompMe thydar. I'm not In lore, my love, oh, mo I lint thou art h !l there, tiht. Send me (the poor outsider), dear, One little ray cf light. Did me approach, anj enter In, -Fo, both our live may shine, That may also be in lore Like tin, my Valentine. M. AT. If., in Xrrihnrr for February, COMICS. A Starr tor Valentine"' Iaj-. "Let's try Miss ralmerV said Johnny. She wont hare thrm," said Ben. " Let'- try," persisted Johnny; and he opened the door to Miss Talmer's little store. 'Any comics?'1 he asked, just put ting his head in the door. ' "I see plen ty of doves and roses in the window ; but we want comics. " "I don't keep them," said the old lady, pleasantly, 44 if you mean comic valentines; for I don't approve o...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 February 1877

TJIEEXCIDVXGE TIILT.il) AY, FEB'Y 8, 1877. The truth (Joca not eeem to be in tiie jf.oia of a Louisiana Well-. The President Jiaa cnt message urging the resrjnption cf specie pay- Eul igics upon the life and services of AnJrew Johcson were delivered in thu L( gbla'ture Tuesday. For regular bulldozing, comn;cnd us t j WtJLs. As a rascal he is a suo cess, but as a niartyr he is a failure. Willi thought $200,000 would make lihn honest. In thu he erred. Mon ty cannot do what nature failed to do. The infamies of Radical Returning Buuvds '' pasdeth undei standing," and li-vv AVella display of check leaves us itill iu wonder. Mr Smith introduced a bill in the Ilou-.e Tuesday to authorize the ar-rc-1 iind punishment of tramps. Let it 0 through promptly. Up to the time of going to press the electoral commission had not decided ihe Florida cae. It was thought, though, that a decision will be reach ed this week. Momus, King of the Carnival, or ders all his subjects in this vicinity to rqort at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 February 1877

fw xn mm -nr - xii rj r,-VJ 1 1 iU I r- W.A.WADI, Datllarand l'UHA-r. M RSrIITIO KtTI'Ji. TwodoJlar- m yenr; onrdoilurfjrjis month:: Cfly nniii fwbrcc months. lasAaiABt-v is a- adi i:ktij at.T-V C ' -4 . i t i i t I ! I i J week I I l 1 Is' I -14" S " 1" " ' ccks 1 3 UI 4 .Ml, ti ll . .'ill l'i ts ! week . I " 3 i.V 4 .'ill 5 7-V im'TJ St i 4 mnnlhi 2 HI 4 iit J l Ml i IT. Oil 2.'. lai o 4 li 0 :i .' U i 10 til .'ill 4l li j Kill K .VI 11 .ill M T" 21) Mi :i 00 Ail uft 4 MmlnWII i !7 ,rl 21 7 l 1st ) 5 7 i Pi i lo 31 i 27 m (4 ill T"i mi ti " i :t sn I i ; ti :i m .i ,i o m A " 'in si 17 ii u ri , mi iai 11 ir, in J Tear. 1? ' 9) 27 l Wit'i l1 75 W 13) l 4joiit.te-column advertiK-mcut. lo percent, ad vance iin Ike above Trite. Triple-column advertisement. 5) percent. ad vanrt on (be aU.ve rate. . r Advertisement ( occupy vycial position, 10 Jercci:t. mlvmir-e fin trie tflmr rto. I Notice," lin the urn type local readinr matter.) in cent cr line. All traiie u4 alvi-itinciucnl must be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 February 1877

THE, MILAN -EXCHANGE W. A. TVADK, PBi;hfr. MILAN, TENNESSEE CUBUENT TOPICS. Thz President, on the Sd, transmitted to Congress a special mesacge on the subject of the resumption of specie payments, which ia published in .t- otner column. -- Tin Cedr Rapids and Missouri Rail- road Company have commenced suit! to dispossess many of the farmers of oodbury, Monona, Ida, Crawford, and Sac Counties, Iowa, of their lands by the galvanization of an obsolete land grant. Midhat Pasha, Grand Vizier, has been deposed by the Sultan and ban ished from Turkey. It is rumored that be was implicated in a conspiracy to overthrow the Sultan and proclaim himself Dictator. The British Parliament was opened on the 8th, by Iler Majesty in person. The following is the substance of the Queen's speech in reference to the Eastern Conference : Her Majesty regrets that the proposals have not been accepted by the Poite, but the reult of the Conference hat been to show the existence of a general agreement among the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 February 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. IT. A. TT1DE, Pablltfcrr. MILAN, . T TEXXESSEE. A Mother's Diary. Morntnrt Baby on the floor. Making for the tender; Sunlight Mem to make it ffe, , Ilaby "on a bender! " All the epools up' W"1 e"1. hair drawn into file, Jlamrwl strings all strung across. Ought to make one eoiile. Aftroti clean, enrls smooth, erei blue, (How theee charms Till dwindle!) For I rather think dor.'t you Ilaby Ma a swindle?" Soon! A tangled, ail ken floss. Getting In blue eyes; Aprona that will ootkep clean. If a baby tries I One blue sh e untied, and one Underneath the table; Chair gone mad, and block and toya. Well as tbry are able ; Bat'y in a uifh chair, too. Yelling for bia dinner. Fpoob in month ; I think don't you Kaby "is a siunerr" NiFhtl thaira till act back again, Iilocka and spools in order; One blue alioe beneath a mat. Toll of a marauder; Apron folded on the chair. Plaid dress torn tnd wrinkled. Two pink fwl kicked pretty bare, I.iltle fnt kneea crinkled; In hi crib, and c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 February 1877

TTHE EXCl IAXGE ! .THURSDAY. 1ERY 13, 187. Gov. Porter was inaugurated Jut Tuesday with due solemnity. Bob "WLite, of the Lebanon Her aid, has pot up a corner" on boy habie?. France nd Gerruaay are lu.ikinj faces at each other and way conic to Wows before long. . Senator RaglaiiJ introduced a bill ia the Legislature l;ul Monday to compromise tlie folate debt at fifty cenU on the dollar. There is to be a great emigration to Africa by Southern negroes within a few years, so says the Missionary, the organ of South Carolina negro Jleth .odisK 80 be it. Our corner is jubilant. It is a boy, and weighs twelve pounds. Ishaium Ilvrald. ' Bob, we congratulate you. You were along time waiting; but that's a whopper. . '7. The bill to repeal the city charter of Memphis was submitted io the Cot- f, in Exchange and Charqber of Com- mercc, Saturday,- and disapproved, it being the general impression that the appointment of a Receiver would be better than to blot the citv out. , j A Chicago newspaper...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 February 1877

tSDE.r.f TIHK. LOUISVILLE&T.SOUTHERN .;. .M l.Ulr grid lnoll-her. ) si'RM-mrrio sttTK. Two dollars a year: o dollar for pis tntt-j riiy cents for three mouths, iiuiLV l U.- AlVrBTsl4 HAT:. -l C B 1 I ? ! ! rl e : - . a a 1 1 i week ! vV I 7' 2 '; 3 ' 4 " i lu s. t ' 3 "i 4 mi x :( U 3 week I ? ' S 5 '- I month 1 i Vt 4 i i j" T to tin J.i Ml Ml Z weeks I 4 mi u . II J t .-i 'l w J i 4 to W II "i It T'i 2n i :k) ii ttt tt 4 J flti in Vi U ' IT Z; .ill .CT Ml 61 m 5 " j T 11 I'i 'J' 27 tl 44 "I Til mi l ; :i .'lit l no fi Si tsi "ill mi m i III' IT mi 2t mi 2s mi : m ivv mi K6 il car .. 12 at i) 27 Ml 33 Ml 4.'. mi T.'. Ml 1JI Ml jiou!in-clutnn ad.rrtiscuicnt. lM,ereent. ad vance on lb eHwv rates. Triple-column advertiseiieuix, 2u r cent, ad vance on the abiu'r rates. A drertisctuent to irrcnpy ausciaj uiitiow, ml rtr cent. ali anec on t be atM;ic rajcs. -ml Notice.'," 'in the saiu. typ. J luwai reeding niatt-r. 10 ecu tier line. All transient a Jvvriuiriit a mart be paid fur iu a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 February 1877

THE Ml LAN EXCHANG MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CUURENT TOPICS. The minority report of the House Special Committee on Louisiana u signed by Representatives Hurlbut, Townaend, Danford, Crapo and Joyce ill the Republicans of the Commit tee. The report declares that "this 'much abused Returning Board have acted in the spirit of the law creating them, and that their determination is final in the matter," and the report concludes with a resolution further declaring that the elcftion held for Presidential Electors in Louisiana, 7th November, 1876, was examined into, determined, declared and promulgated by proper authorities of said Stale under all forms of law and in conformity with the Con stitution of the United States." Spotted Tail, Chief of the Sioux, with a body-guard of 200 chosen war riors, on the 10th started on a self-imposed mission to obtain an interview wit h the chiefs of the hostiles, now re ported to be massed near the forks of Tongue River, and counsel them to accept, while ther...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 February 1877

THE MILANJXCHANGE. W. JLTUDE, Publisher. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. The Great Secret. BT CARL SrWCM. O cold till lipa Uit hare drank o deep The cop that we must dries:, fipeak but oi.ce from yeair marrelou. lep, Broiling on b who ahuddcr and weep Ii it ;o dread aa we UiickF O tlrwwl ouU who have found the trutli CM all tis4 or mnu, Tell m, ret kern in ape and youth O tell d lnir to grasp the truth. It it aa aweet at U drama t Drop not a woid of the ttntrpe new song, "7 Or the wonder of havisg died ; Bntonoe to na, who tremUeanj long, Let a .ingle Yt-e come sure and ilr ng O, eay you arc mtiifird. A TROUBLESOME GIRL. BT THEO. GIFT. She w.is not a beauty at all; not even pretty, in my opinion. A young wom an of middle height, but looking decid edly rtntnpy from undue exuberance of figure and flesh, the former with diffi culty parted into cotton gowns always too small for her, and much torn by re peated efforts at "pining together" across the body ; the latter obtrusively evident in cheeks ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 February 1877

r THE EXCIIAX GE THURSDAY. I Y 22, 187f. The estimated current expend ,r the State, for the next two years, amounts to f 1,336,132. Detailed reports cf the acts of the commission iu regard to Louisiana t ill i)C found on our Kcond jwge. . Bradley, the Supreme Court Presi dent maker, has effectually disgraced him.elf hy Lis citreme partisanship. As to that, the whole eight Republi can commissioners may a well take hack seats in future. A Philadelphia lucttic tried to as sassinate Packard, the republican gu lernatorial usurper, in New Orleans the other day. Packard was only ciightly hurt, but his assailant was seriously shot by frionds of Pack ard. One Simontou, claiming to be an cx-Kuklux from South Carolina, style two overcoats from the editors or' the Memphis Ledger. He now languish es in jail, and wjll soon have the priv ilege of learning a useful trade in the penitentiary. Mules fell from ?10 to S23 per head in New Orleans, La., on Saturday, l'b. 10, owing to the decision of the ...

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

TI IK EXCHANGE W. A. U DE. 11 1 mad pbllfcrr. M im-Rirrios bjati:. T dollar a veaY; owe dollar for ai a month.-: tty cm, r three montha. iavaJai.r ' - Aivi:nrisnu hate. s ; : ? : r , r I J ! S ( 5 T-t i oi I 7V ! S ' 4 f fi 5 u on " we-L ' I ' J ''' t t VI 15 ii 3 we-lt : 2 t ift! & 7 '2 J ' 1 month i ' 4 5il 7 1 ai Ci m JS 0(1 2 , 4 i -W ii 11 w 1 im 22 .VI. 40 3 I S im g .Hi 11 Vi 14 T' (' :l i W 0 j , l li '! 14 17 ' .ill 37 tin wi 5 7 J m l'i i" ll Ill 41 l 70 ll . a er mi 2 no si, h, (j if 17 j '.'1 in im :ih oi ;, iii id) im yxr ... 12 'i 31 Hi 27 il : U 4.'. Oi 7" Wi U oil iiiuLt?-ro;umii advei-li-ctm-iiU. 10 per cent, ad- an,-e n the al.ove mto. Triile-rolumn a.lvertiM-mcriU, 20 percent, ad- on tli a hove mtiit. A dvcrlinMiienta to of'Uii)' epeetiil popitioD, 10 ,.erc,ot. advance on the above rate. "Local NotM-e:.." i in the came typa aa local icdii.f matter. 1 lucent mt line. A II tran.icut aJvertiaementa mart t-erai I for in adrani-e. Yearly advertisement, quarterly in...

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

THE MILANJXGHANGE, TT. A. WAKE, r.blUhrr. MILAN', - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. Maj.-Gex. Schofield, now in charge of the West Ioint Military Academy, Las written & letter to Gen. Thomas Ewing for the purpose of vin dicating the military order issued by Ocn. Ewing in 18C3, depopulating a part of the western border of Missouri. Gen. Schofield says that the order was issued with the approval of both Presi dent Lincoln and himself, and after he (Gen. Schofield) by personal observation had become convinced that it was the only practicable way to terminate the barbarous border war fare. He says further that "tie order was an act of wisdom, courage and hu manity, by which hundreds of innocent lives were saved, and a disgraceful ar.d barbarous warfare brought to a sum mary close. Not a life was sacri ficed nor any great discomfort Inflicted on executing it. The necessities of all the poor people were provided for and none were per mitted to suffer." lie eays he does not write to vindi...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 March 1877

THE MILANJXCHANBL MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. A Sctch Hjnin. Torre are blossoms that tM bud led, been !Ulu4 If aw- -a... An lam rule that hae perished, because they WtthelauM; l!ut carer t in anneath His wings aba died .An' gathers in fcii bosom helpless weans like job and me. In the war there's tribulation. Id tl.e warl there la wae; But the warl ft is bonnie, for our (atber made ; Tbtn brighten np ycr armor, an' be happy aa Tbmiph yonr ky be aften clouded, it ainna jtir iru. miiam Mitchell, in Scottish American. March. ll'iiilh which the warr.ng ancients strangely styled Tlie month of war a If in their fierce waya Were any month of peace ! in thy rouj: h daye, I Br.il no war in nature, though the wild Triads clash and clang, end broken bougha are Idiea A t (cet of writhing trrca. Tl.e violets raise Thtir head without affright, or look of maae, Ai d sleep Uirouph all the din, ai sleeps a child. And he who watched well, will well discern Bweet exjiectiition in each living thing. Like preg...

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

TIIE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MARCH I, 1877. VOL. 4. . I. After three years of hard work, part of the time with great encourage ment, and another part of the time with much uneasiness, the Exchange etarU thw week on its fourth year. "We are happy to be lieve that the paper has! given general satisfaction to its readere ; at least we judge so from the tact that nearly all our old subscribers remain with u.s, and a steady flow of new ones contin ues to come in. We have oudcavered in the past (and will iu the future) to publish a live home nctctpopcr, payiug r-peeial attention to matters of town, county and etata interests. During political campaigns we have stood by the colors of the Democracy, because we believe the succe. of that party will redound to the happiness and prosper ity of the whole country. But, while fighting in that cause, we have been willing to allow every man the privi lege of talking and voting for whom lie pleased. We arc not in favor of persecuting a man because he can...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 March 1877

THE EXCHANGE, W. 4.V1DC, Editor aa4 PrtlUfcw. Two dollars y.cr: dollar for sU fifty eeata lor then, mouth. Icaiu4.v " "- ! ! 8 ! i a week 2 weeks 3 Li I mnalh " - 1 year .. I 1 751 2 1 4.1! t .r 2 .VI1 4 i: 5 4 Oil IU. I 5 rm. V) H 5 0 1(1 V) 14 ; 00 it ii l I M3 SO 1 Su 3 oO 4 i A S) 7 W II 50 14 ao 17 w -Ji TO 22 on 2s Wl 33 ! 4 hi! 7.M 00 10 m 16 7S 2ii so n i s tj sn (iu.45 "i !! 12 on 'is OtiiZI .! r ST U) 44 tm V 00 5 (IU 75 so; in no .vi 15 ua i ai u t 25 ou & ii 41) eo (HI 5l ou m m 00 00, 7 no (m1 01 n IW lr6 uO OU 120 00 k 1.17 zt 12 i 20 (W 27 Doubie-ruluina advertisements, IU per eeul. ad- iHra on the above rates. Triple-column advertisements, 20 percent, ad- vinr on the above rate. Advertisements to occupy special position, 10 tereent. advance no the above rales, ocal Notices," tin the tame type as looal reading matter. 10 cents per line. All transient siivertisemenU matt he paid for in k4wm.bc: Yearly advertisements, quarterly in advance. Obituaries, 1 ributee of H...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 March 1877

THE MILAN ' EXCHANGE, W. k. WIDE, PibLihfr MILAN, .'-TENNESSEE- CUI.I.ENT TOPICS. An -important arrest wu made nt Terre'llaoW, Ind.,. on Uie;2Sd,t)f & Dumber of the partiei engaged ia tho attempted train robbery, and. the nuir der of Milo Eames, engineer, at Long Point, on the Vatidalia Rallroa'd.Julj 8, 1875. The parties arrested ate Charles St. Clair, a back man, Bud Shoemaker, a brat em an, Samuel and Alexander Cacthorn, colored, Billy Carr, and. Jennie Osgopd-r-the, lattir being personally engaged in the rob bery, tor which purpose she donned a man' clothing and a false mustache. Ske was on the engine when Eames was killed, and has sijrnified her intention to tell all she know about the affair. Thit. PrcfcideLtial election in Mexico has resulted In the election of General Diaz t least he claims to havft re ceived a large jinajority" of ' the , rotes cast, and pending the -official couut he has taken the precaution of being sworn 1 in''-as President de fact'. General Corales,...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 March 1877

THE MILANEXCHANGE. IT. A. WIDE, reblisaer. MILAN, - TENNESSEE. After Death. ! after death m wect IWiifciavMrtiiitie living ' This frrmeot incomplete. This Tiaioo grimly Sect A boon fair Nature frowul in giving. It after deth 10 brk-ht It Pji Jir U lift'i wepirf ? I. it a realm of IiRht, The after-birta of night. That wake our aentient reason, Bleeping? 1 after death ao far ' Eartn beauty pale before it? We lore the glliit an i giare or earth, wl hall iUcarw, Nor cigb to think bow we aJore it. U aft- d a b ao grand We aee naught else bat lx autj ? A pi-rf ct future, planned Vy nme designing hand. Wherein, too late, we meet UK's duty? If all la tweeter after dea b Why do we ihrink to feel the breath Of icy ililli.e o'er our life. If rut tuceeda Ihli nienutl strife? . Ah, no! our aouli were never meant - To Idly wander la content Thro' ann-lit vale of honeyed' breath, A dream, elyain, after death; If ao, twere better all to be Earth-life than Immortality. Buffalo Courier. AUNT JEMIMA'S...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 March 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY.. MARCH 6, 1877. A legislative committee think our judicial system coU the counties of the State at least $300,000 a Tear. An effort will be made to change the system at thia session of the general assembly. His Fraudulener Returning Board Hayes and Willing Accomplice "Wheeler irere jnauguraled President and Vice President of this wonderful nation labt Monday. Let us grin and endure it The national House of Representa tives last Saturday, by a strict party vote,pased a resolution declaring that Tilden and Hendricks had received 196 electoral votes of the electors legally and constitutionally appointed, and were thereby duly elected. Correct J The editor of the Jackson Sun, pow that he u enduring Lenten mor tification of the flesh after his Mardi Graa revelris, becomes penitent, aad confesses that ho ha ba stealing from the Milan Exchasgi:. Erring brother, we forgive you. Go and f-in no more. It is amaxium of law that " fraud vitiates everything," but it has mad...

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