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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 June 1874

AT THE SPIXSISO-WEEEL. Show me a nirht Bale for d-lia-bt Aa oulil Iruh neW wid juung Irish girl at it, Ol No! Nothin' yoo'll ahow AquU ber altun' an' uiw' a twirl at it. Iok at her there, . Nigtit iii her hair The bine ray ol uj lrm ber eye Unghin' out on lul Fail, an' a foot, Jriei or cut, Ferpin' to put an t-ul to all doubt in 0. lhal tlirn-'t a tlirbt Iiat-t lr i llflit An ould Irish wiw will a uiing Irish Rill at it, ! X.! Nnlh.ii' you'll show Aquali ber aiUiiT au' Ukin' a twirl at It. See! the laml' wool Tniiin nun dull By th-wi aoft, bt-au:ilul, wt-eeby white hands of uir. H iwn ror h-r kwl, K.ion rum ih- hwl, 1'nrrin wid pleasure to lake tne command! of ber. Then how me a tight IiaU't lor l liyltt An ould Iriah wli.l wid a yuung Irish girl at it. O! No! Nothin you'll ahow AquaU bcraatiu' an' ukin' a twirl at It. Talk of three Fatea, Satnl on avU. Pjiinnin' an" suearin' away till they've done lor lite. Yon may want three For 5 our mueKPrr, But one fate tor nie, bovs, and only ...

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. — 18 June 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.n tDE, 1:41 tor and Fabltohrr. Nl lWIRirTION RITUi. Two dollar yean one tlollnr for ix months; fifty eentu for throe mouth", imiMaely IS ad vance. ADTEKTIICJ RATIJl. -J H 3- S I i t t : : i ! c I - 5 'Mi ! One Week Two Wiv kit... Thrrf Wwkl. One Month.... Two Month" -1 hrre Month Kn Months Nine Muni hi-. 1 noj 1 T.'n 2 V. 4 TV T ! 12 00 1 ! 2 7T.! ST. 7l11 3v ! 2 ml 3 .V, .1 1) .'4J IS (t 4 2 So 4 12 1" "r' ;' ' 4 mi 7 ut 1" n li ' ' W 4S t 5 li TS 12 23 75 :S7 .Hi ' a (it 14 li 31 ( :1S i"' ' ' ( " in IS 17 7o 2T. .Hi 7 . 77 01 123 m (me Year 12 l 21 "J f" f" ' H llnulile-colnmn edvertiement, 10 per cent. ad vance on the shove mlw. - Triple-eolums advertiiwinenOi, 20 per rent, ad vance on thr almve ratr. A JvcrtUemenu to oo-ntvy nepil position, 10 per rent, advance on 'be alx.ve ratrx. Notices." tin the Fame type as lwal rs-a.hn matter.) 25 per cent, advance on the ahore rate. Obituaries-. Trihotes of Repect (except such a rome officially from charitable sietie...

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. — 18 June 1874

mf TV.' I MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. i: tii..ui Ti.mTni.i- I.onK. iS!r and WihU Uailrttad. TKAINS f Ol'TII. ahhitm. tirrsarsi. 1" . w. a-.Jli . M. o:ol a. v. :.:H A. M. lay Ex pre. Na-h.iil.: t.vprc-s. TKAIXS NobTII. Xr y..rk Impress, r.:r. p. M. f,:f'ir. M. Nx.-liiilK Kipvcs. :Sf.. r. . A. W. LVINJ, Agent. Nop.tii. Mi-la l..r", S;W r. . o.Vr p. m. SuL'TH. lay Express. 7:1" . v. : a. w. V. II. HAWKS, Agent. Train" on cither road, it r.ci ssarj , wail half au hour lor train on tne other. Arrival and Itoparlnrr of the a!l. Arrive from ll.c ?.iu:h and West nt f.:l" p. ra. I'n.iu Ihc Ka-t. 1 1 : I . iu. From the N.uth, !:l". a. in. leprt North anil East, f.:V. p. m. Vr;l, 1J: . m. South. 9:lo a. m. J. i. Kiyd. Post master. rOl'XTV OFFICER?. Jons. Williams, Sheriff. .M. C. llolu.o. County Court Clerk. li. E. Haines, Chancery Court Clerk. Wn. Moore. Circuit Oiurt Clerk. W. M. Halford. C. -roller. J. M -K-ri, Trustee. '. I'. A Urn. Tax Ci.lle.-1nr. J. A. W. 1 1 ' --, Coauty Sun.y.ir...

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. — 18 June 1874

GENERAL BEETITIES. A wildcat shipped bv Mrs. Gen. Cub- tar to CViittnl Turk, New York. scajxt troin its CHpf in the United States Express flice at M. Paul the other day. A eponjre filled with chloroform subdued the beat, and it was secured. A decision has been jrivcn by the ref eree araiuKt the Maine Central liailrmid in favon.f a rnM-enrer for injuries MilHred at the hands of a drutiken fellow as-en-jrer. It is held that not to exclude from the cars persons so drunk as to lie noisy and quarrelsome is nejfli;enue which will make the railroad company responsible for damages. No French or English woman of culti vation nowadays wears her piner; below her knee6. The principal vein of tile ler rinks there iKiieath Uie musch s; and var icose veins, cold Uvt. and even palpitation of the heart Uiay le brought on by a tijrht parter in the Vroii2 plaee. When it is fastened aliove the km-e. all this pain and deformity may be avoided. It is one of the admirable customs of the Hebrews that the s...

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. — 25 June 1874

IF I COULD KEEP HER SO. i BT LOOSE CHAKDLIB KOCLTOK. jMt litilr lml.y, yn io mT rn- " "' Would that 1 could kern vua. wita Tour bby charm-; K nrlpkwa, elms In flnjwr. dowey, foldm hair, W here th- MiQfhiue lingers, caugiit irotu otiu-r- Blue rynt uking qumtioD, that cannot lnk, R"lT-poly fthnulrfem, dimp'e In vonr cheek; Daiiiiv little l,."in in a world of mot, 1 hu I Uu would an you, lor I luvc you o. Roguish liltJe durnwl, w.arwly si'y. r old r"e.-t Hint in vi r w-rT, lihir ol (Uejx-r frold; Kmtl'-M, tjuny flrnr-i. a 1 Hit- linn- at play, louyiit- thai iHTtt crat talkuiK all Urn dayt Ww I- mi DlBft Wondi-ra o Um world atiout. Here v..h cine to w-.ll iln-ra what an eiuri about'. winsome utile dirawl, all tne neighbors know; Thus 1 long to kee j you, lor I love you o. Sober little trlirnl-rirl, with your strap of bnnks. And such grave lniorlanc in your puiikd look.; Solvlnir aeary prohlcma, poring ov-r ennifl. Yet with tootb (or tpong-cake mud lor mi tur pi limn; Reading look of rom...

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. — 25 June 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W.l.irADC,Mllra4 rabllaker. urBW Eirrio? rates. TwaooUare years n dollar for alx month: tfty nm lur three bwiUk, irEuaut is - ABTEITIMXe KATIX. C H H r i" tr c : 2 s ' : i : On. k I 1 1 7S 2 ' 4 7r 7 K Two Week.... 1 M J 7'. 3 Tj. 7 2; 1 2 1 W Three Week.! 2 ), 3 M 5 9 S M Tw. M .nth." 4 ! 7 l l'- ' 4 . Nine Month.1 W 1. 17 7i S 4 ... i Year. 12 -T ' ' HO Wt OU 144 00 Tjoubla-roluma adrort iement, 10 per cent. ad- vtw on the al-oye ratca. Tritle-wlnmn advert iemcnt, 5 percent, ad- run on the above rate. AdveitiwoicnU to occupy apecial l"itw. 10 per cent, advance on the alx.ve rate. boctil Nuticoi." (in the eame tpe local reading mailer.) 2a per cent. advance the atote rate.. Obituaries. Trilnte of RefpeM (except pacn a .me oftirially fnira charitable K-ii-tioai. and ri-marku on mamaee, one-half of ree-uUr "I.cal Xotiea" ratee. Simple annoance- menl of nurriMnud doatl im-erted rratia. All tranaient ailertieinenUmuM be paid fH-in advance. early adiertieemenu, quarterly...

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. — 25 June 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. J.ouitilI?nd .Tae.na.kU Bailroad. TEAlXi 5vCT0. airr. f I. 4. K. nimrrs. (t:.i. a. M. S:il A. M. IVur F.Tpr. TRAINS NORTH. , York T"ipress, r. . -'J f. . --.vii.c Kxprc-4. S:2"i r. . V2Sr.lt. A. W. LuVIN J. Arut. Mlvi.Irr; Central KailroaaL SOUTH. Ntsht r.Mi.rc ?, S:r. . i'r.u. SOT.TII. Ii.iy F.prc, T:.". :IOi. at. P. II. UAW KS. Arl. Train n i i:hr road, if x.,ary, ail half f. ii hour ir tr.iiu.. on the other. Arrlvnl aitt IlrptHiirr af Ike Wall. Arritc from tin- South nd We at C i". o. m. Ti.-iii I' .s Lj.-i, 11:3a ,. iu. r tom the North, ':! .a. 1.1. l'ipurt X. . riband n!4,Ui. la. V. e 1. 11.30 T. iu. South, 9:1 , a. m. J. 0. L-.yd, l'uma'-tT. r orxTV ojticeus. Joi:s. William. Sheriff. Il. C. IT. hue.". County Court Clorlc. It. K. Kt'nes, rh.oaceryt.Wrt Clerk. Vi'm. M.n.re, Circuit Court Cleric. YV. M. llHlf..r.l. O.rnucr. .1. . McEwea. TniFtee. C. IK Allen. Tjii Collo-tor. .1. A. W. lli'if, Couuty Surceyr. A . S. Carrey, SucrinteudVtit l"iMic S...

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 June 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES., A HrxrREind fifty Massachusetts fiuri- Ui are lxiit U lortn a New England colony near Frezno, Cal. It is nitpswtfd in an Enrlih paper that smokinjr I? allowed duriny; diviue service, 'as a m'ns of increasing the attendance at church." Fob Intererptinjr teloCTam and reading it, a scUooluutKtcr in Alanchestcr (Eng land) has IxM-n ncntr-nrcd to three months' imprisonment. " Resolvei, That negro minstrel shows tend to desrradi' our race," has been unani mously adopted by the Kansas City col ored population. . . Disease and death linger ia the wallsof lopital8. A New Vork doctor urges that such Institutions tc built of wood and burned every year or two. A Chinese description of an American court: "One man l silent, another talks all the time, and twelve wise men condemn the man who has not said a word.'' Xew York spends annually SH.OOO.fXK) on newspapers, $7,XJ0,0"0 on theaters, $3.000.(KiO for religious ptirjoses, and $."0. OOO.OiK) on liquor and liquor establish men...

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. — 2 July 1874

"FOR THE i'LVO." ; ; XOnTIIEES MEXICO t 164. T BUT HABT. .- A yr0 look from the plr ' t0"' "V. You caaift bcr bo". I"" dVK-r r From lh porch ot Um church where ID lies rct f Thn mtirh of hrr pwl Mill li I think, In 11m Kwwhnr lrow nl MrMonK blink Of tti worhi U)(t throng that rise or link To the rxMi aint. thmt, yellow and IulU, 1 run Mil Ironiilir-irntrhc, nnk on rar.k, Wiih tii-XHlli- Jiour on nU.er flank ; In lh ronij pillar, nor crick) begin Toahowthr mtiobr copp, within, A oul of f-utti in whitewashed RkiB. Ami I think that tti moral of all. yoo'H aay, tn -ai,rur-d U-r-n.i that molU awiy n a lomb In tin-Ctaoic: "J"orl Itty." "Por el Key." Well, the kin is poor, Are aco.an'1 the IliifMliiirprnne bbtit but Uif rock of the 1 nurch lire on. ' Por el R. y . " What matters, indeed, II" kin or irvp.Ment enroled To a country hsjcKard witn alqlb and greed, As Ion a one rranary lit fat. Ami yon-ler n,t, in anhorrl hat, lv-(iut fruiu the bin like aaleefc, brown rat! What iiiaitm Nanirht, ...

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. — 2 July 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. i.W!ICi TAItf mm faalUber. ftrmcKirn rt. Two dollar a ran one dollar f i months: arty eenufer tare atoaiks, itaiAi.T ra ap tuil. ADVtITIlC B4TES. 1 I 1 I 3 S 3 E (im Week ! 1 1 7' ! i Tt Week..-! I S"' t TV S 7 . 2. 11 S Three Weefca. : 6 ' 12 no IX III 34 mi i Oi Two Month J 4 7 v Thm Month. n "t 7512 l IS 7- :C tU Ml le) Ml Mi..!" H i a ( ' Kin MonUtf- 1 1" 7'. ? V Ti 77 W 123 tJ On Year 12 W 21 l r'T i W 144 M Ikeuble-enlaran adeertie eata, tW per cent, nd- raace the above ril-t. Triple-cola n edartieinent. 30 per rent. aa- vuk tile aeave rale. AdverUeemei.t in oecnpy special position, 10 mt rriit. advance on I ho almtre rale. "Loral Notioea." lis tha umf trpa ai lx-al fvadin( m alter.) 25 per cent, advance on tba ahuvc rl. (bituarir. Tribute of Rl"-t (rxrrvi it-h a come nOirially fmm charitable . and rctnarku nn rmiH, one-half of r-anlar 'Local N'otine" ratcf. Simple annnuin- menlaof farriMVP'and .ath inerld irrii. All tramieut advert ieiueut" diukI ljeaid for...

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. — 2 July 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. Kill. MOID TIJiE-TABI. aLolavllloa4 Ih tkains eorrn. 8:1A a. &(4 a. . :, i. a. 3MM a. H. JasLUleliprsa, TRAINS NORTH. V. York ElUfW, S:4f. M 6rflur. . v..i,riiu l!iiirr. 'Kir.ii A. W. LuViMi, AtiU Xlaalaaljl trml BW. VOBTU. Niittit Express, 6:4 r. a. 5:56 r. . fOUTH. ?.0.. t:M t. a. V. II. HAWKS. A-nU lajr Ez Train' mi -itli- road, if nevcuary, wait half an hour for tratarn un Uc oilier. Arrival h4 IX-pmrtsn-a oT th Mafia. Arrirc from tlie South and Wwt at 6:S. in. From the East, 11:30 m. from tie North, tlC a.m. IW-l.rt North a4 East, 6:4" p.m. West. 11:30 f. ui. South. 9:4.1 fa. J. . HorJ, rcstmartrr. COCNTV OFFICERS. Jons. William. SWrii". M. C. Holmes. County Onart Clerk It. E. Raree.'CkncT Court Ckrfc. Wm. Moore, Cireait Court Clerk, W. SL, Dal ford. Coroner. J. O. XcEwra. Tras. l D. Allen, Tai ColievtoT. J. K. W. Ue, Coanty &mrvrar, A. S. t'urrer. Sunerinteadiut Puldic Scaouls. W. ft, Co, Rrristcr. CITY OFFICERS. A . Jordan. Mayor ana ...

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. — 2 July 1874

GEXEKAL RRETITILS. A Indian tri' in MieliiiDin Is said to yiiMi-t or n old lior., a chief and a dem ijohn of.whi-ky. The wile of tho now fvnvtarvof the Tn-a.iiry U Mid to a Fpleudiri nimiirier. Mw never iaid $.-.0 for a hound tltat she could make hern If for J10. Such a wo man is boon to the nation. The LoiiUviile (mrrr-Jimmnl p'lb Mhe weekly lists of m;trriiijre license is sued in tliat eity. It jnve m-h people an 0Hrtunity for MiWtion, and produces rather a mbduing fl.-ct on the whole com u-iiiiity. I 'R. IJt"Riox Sanderson, a TilirsioloiHst of hljrh ilisUiictlon in Knplaml. aerts mi lieiUlinjrly that hrdrophohU "origin ates, whether in man or bea-t. exclusively by contagion," and adds : " The carriers of contagion are the ownerless dogs ol larjre towns." Hartford is afflicted with baso-ball on the brain. According to the Time, "only the olnirehes now remain without a base fad orjraiiizati n. All the dry-poods rhops. h Imw.Is, corner groceries, insurance oflici s, banks, and c ity...

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. — 9 July 1874

TEE RUBY AND TEE ROSE. ' fs ""- ' s ? f, Be wi the Lord of MerliBtmrer, And I ws but of low degree; Sb hsd ber beauty for tit r 'rt No otbei treasure Herded she; He e-ime, wben bswtliorns were sflower, And strove to Meal my love front me.' Oh she u tweeter tti sn the wind That hlowrth over Indian Ules; As April brifrlit, ihn June morr kind. Fawn wiid, and mil of winsome wilts. And I, sla but b-amrd to And -My only lilt beneath bt-r smile. He tent mv love a ruby rare. Thai miilit have frraord imierial brows, Nopmhwll. To derk her hair I sent ber but a (unfile rose. - - , And pravd her. on a nieht, to wear Toe gift ol bim whose low the cbose. Come, queen of all rov heart's desire! Crown me or slay I My sviil is stirred To challenge fate. My palae tire Of tear's eld 1 tremor. hinn Ibe l;ird Jf hone Ut him who d.ireo aHpire " A lover's scroll, a wild ol word! We watched hereiominjr, he and I, - i . -With liner dread my heart aloud Mill, le ration's wan rreu'vot waned on h!gh. The niKhti...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 July 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WADE, Editor ami 1'nblUtirr. 4r -... . Twodollrsii yi-dr: nnrti.llnrrorixnir.n:li: 5"" fur thrw m,",lji. iNViBuni.v is au'- ADYEKT1MIXU KATI S. O H -f g 2 1 r I" 5 ! - srAre. S- Ji. ; " I "neW'k.....i 1 ( IT'. 2 -it 4 7 12 im Two WV.-lc...: 1 .vi 2 : 7-. 7 II 1 1 hw W -i-kf. Jul 3 I (.-j L'l ' 'nc M,titi....i 2 4"" l" 7". i .Hi Two M'.nth"..' 4 to 7 ' l11 '' 1,1 ' " 4i ( Thrw M-tbi. 5 ' H 7". 1- Zl :C " M t li Mnnlh...1 14 1,1 ' 1,1 foil" Nini-i MonthK.. i" 17 1 H 4- 7 77 ii 1! ui One Vetir VI i i'l li VI i .'.7 .' SHI iJ 144 l Dottlile-colnmn alvprti-tn.'iitj-, 1( ir r.:t;t. Tinrf on t niiovr rat.'--. V;;,pn u-eiiWrHt..". A.lvrrn.-.ni.-nt. t -.-.iry -.p.-ri.,! ,.osiii..n. to WjiI Xnti.-." (in ti.o sun,.. i-.i',.'-i. irt,.-.i r-veinnr ninltcr.) .via""?.'"0 l"T ,,l'""1'' """"i jario-.. TriiintMf.r l-i f '.-t'ot.t .idi ! "arkon'ml-rm: Arthl ' ransionta.iv.-rti!-. H..'nt-ii,.i-t Ik -jui I f..r iu , (Ibitaario cinie rnniirk "1 tnMit! All tran Ivancc. Yenrly aJv.Tti....

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. — 9 July 1874

, MI LAN EXCHANQE. County Directory. nII.R04l TI11T.IBLK l.nltill and MfMphia Railroad TRAIN8 POCTI!. HSITtS. T.rPAKTS. ( 1v F.pre. Mail. Ht:r. m. 10:30 r.u. TRAINS NORTH. t:V, i. If. g:tf A. X. .Vl'l P.M. f.:Xlr. . A. W. LuVlNU. Agent. Frpre. Mai). Xw Orleans st- Unit mu Chirair. JrOUTII. Mail. 7:i A. M . . w. l.Xir-., l'":WP. U. l":U0r. a. i NORTH. LM.r" Mail, f". m a. m. s on a. m. I'. II. HAW h.. Aront. Trin on fith"r ron.l. il nrM'-tarjwait half ; an hour lr trnin on the other. j , Arrive from (!,c South and Wc-t .t 6:4.". d. m. I" rum the Kat. 11:J . m. Troin the North, a. in. iipfart Nottliand Kat, :t p. m. W.ll r. TO. Soulli. .):4"i a. t. J. U. 1'uy.l, I'o.-t master. COt NTV OH ICEI.S. .1 uni-. illianif. Sheriff. M. C. Ili'linc, ('ounty Court Clerk, ll. K. Ksitie?. Chancery Court Clerk. "Vui. M.ire, Lireitit Court CK-rk. V.'. M. lUlfurJ. Coroners .1. J. Mil:wen. Tru-tee. C. I. Alien, Tax Colicetor. J. A. W. Hi , Comity Sunrvor. A. S. Clin cy. Sin.crii!leu(len! fuMii'rVeitaoU...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 July 1874

GENERAL BRETITIES. A nkw Joss House was rwntly dedica ted at WwiwrvillA, Cal., with Uie "uiott im posing Chinese cervmonies. A vorxG stowaway was mrntlv diwov prvd on the cars at haontinontn, Oal.. who hail traveled undiscovered all the wny from iVew York. J. C. Davis, of A I aroma, Vi., lwe a rail only nine month olt that rive from t wo to tlirpe quarts of milk daily. W hen tho animal was only two or thw month, old a development of Uie udtlrr commenoi'd and it became Hurvssary to milk her for her own relief, j.fiW which time the call lias jriven milk rvjrularly. New York Si mmk.r Kech-p. A con tributor to the New York Mail furnishes it with the following antidote lor ennui, so prevalent In the summer months : U via Otard ! rtancharine wiiitum niasbura q. . ..jua ngralilua t: Minium homctun 6 sprigs. Miakum lik.thlinderum '. ... q. r. Strawum longalus Sactuiu litre utul The sea-mouse Is one of the prettiest creatures that live under water. It sparkles like a diamond and is radiant w...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 July 1874

"" ARIZOXA. j ; - fy ( T iOMflriX KILLS. .V' How brokm planfrrd tb stwpdrtCPiitL. Howbarrrn! I rantM.- r.ri r.nt By ranhquakcehock, Um 1m 4 laj aemd, -J. ike non roud king in old tun lu. An npy skeleton, it rleamed , .;; In burninjr anrt. Th a.ry i - . f fierce vulruioe here Itvi It uhm Hurni und blaf ol warned 'VVitbtliunder-trrkeiidatmwn With cinder. Yea, to overthrown, That wilder men than we had said, - , On seeing Ih a, with pathi-nil breath, . . " W eonie an the con ne l death!"; And jrt here la , In mf-hea Ur, luxlr tli in 1ean and dried-uii sea I'ttia Wlfle m-iiirv flfMU-rt . nl ,) Thin land that prrinnt to know no iand, - While rreat rrtind m heels grousd mournfully A eity oi'ter thn thut frray , And craxs-crotrn tower buildod when i I J lotllubion ciiiTd the tongues of men. C And groaning whorls plowed hrre and their, 'lowed devp in earth, and hnke anew lld broken i.loln, and luid bare Old bit il veiwls thut had iimvn Asoonntlna afrea rycled through - Imbedded into colunio...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 July 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W..ADE.UItw mm Patl taker. CriMCRIPTlOX RATES. Two docr year: oa dollar for ii month"; Cfty er. im twre motKiu. imutiLl is t- 4C. ADYFJtTIIIXU KATER. if .1 Waek 1 .v 1 751 I SO, 4 7V 7 SO H OS T Wfc. 1 so J 751 S TV 7 2S 11 W W Three Week.. 2 " M! S J' SO IS , 24 One Mouth.l 2 S 4 S 2i 12 ) 1H 75 .10 W Two M-nth-.' 4 7 tfl 10 00 19 U0 W (( lju Three Month. S 00 7S12 SO 23 75 37 SO I u 00 Kii Month' K l 14 00 W Ol Si 00 Oil v i 00 Nina Month. I t 25 17 75 S 50 t 75 77 Uti 121 l ao Vear U W.JI 00 .10 Wl 57 00 U IN 144 00 PouMe-olxiki -Irrt4menU, 10 per rent, ad vance nn tha nkuvm rate. Triple-eolumu adrertlMfraenU. 39 per eenC ad rinrr on the ahove rale. Advertisements tu occupy apecfal pontion, 10 per rent, ad-ane the aliore raloe. "luteal Noti-ee." (in tha uune type an nml reading matter.) 25 -er ccut. advance on thai attore rate. Hrturii-. Trihat. of Reepeet (eieept r ach a. ramr officialiy from charitahle eneiaiiea), and remark un marrte. one-half f roenlar "Local ...

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. — 16 July 1874

1 MILAN EXCHANGE. CITY (Wlfn. County. Directory. KAILS AD TIXE-TABI.C . . lABlavilte mm Mesaradnla Umd. TRAI58 SOUTH. Eipreaa. Mail. Eapresa. Mail. iiiiTM. nirnn. 8:16 a. sf. 8:iS.. W:20r. M. 10:30 ... TKADTS X02XB. i lii.l. -. :. M. 6:Wr. A.TT.J.OVCiO. AftaC Hw Orlnun, ut. LsaaUa Md CTiieaf. SOVTH. Mait. T:0.. 0O.. Dxfcre, J0:00 t. a. 10:00 r. a. XOBTIT. a. a. 8:00 a. a.' Mail, 5.40r. a. h.c&r. a. . ., T.H.UAWKS. Arrnt. Trains on cither road, if BeeMurv, wait half an uuwrXur Intra t ontbe. frCter. Arrival atsssl Departure f th TIalla. Arrive fnm the tJoath and Wert at :4-" p. ai. I'rom the Eatt. 11; 3 p. m. From the Kortli. 9:tit.n. liepart.Xor.di anaTest, C:4S.'jh'. West.ll: p. at. H.iirth.tc .". hh. J. O. Boyd, rust waster. . arKH. - - A flight shower last Sunday. ! The Board met in regular eeawon ikMnieunearlra41ar9und3IiIaat .la.t Mondav. Present, A. Jordan.' Tuesday night. , ITe says adverting pays. Some- oooy gave aim a pair. Four more danu hare gjytu war in Jlajeacauscrt...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 July 1874

GESEKlLliliErrriES. The Hartford Courant I a model of pen tie hurnililv, and rayn : We repret to Ray that j.-slouv lias ii-n in the breasts fI the ll ill trout Usher in rejrard to the al loml catch of a twenty-pound trout by Mr. Samuel G. Dunham in the Adiron ilaeks. We are recjuerted to make a trilling ...,."..i;..,;,n in mir Kt.iti'mcnt. The fish WUUd'in nvii . A . van a lake trout, which fact we left to be inferred. It weighed only fifteen pounds. Jt was not caujrht by Mr. Dunham. e will make any other corrections desired. Th: " Excelsior Magazine," one of the choice-it and ino. artirtic of monthlies, is published at $3.M) a year. Nov subscril) Jrs anu offered a field croquet eetand the magazine for $1.40. only !K) cents addi tional. A handsomely-illustrated r ashion and Etiquette supplement poes with it. Hare inducements to getters-up of clubs in money or premiums. Sample copies 2- cent. Oflice. lloom 50, No. 157 La Salle etf-eet, ChKMpOjIll. The directors of a school district i...

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