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

M.A.VADC,MIIrii rnHlehw-c M I1M HITIX MATKa. Two dollars a year; nae dollar frei montir; fir cent for three month. iri-T ' rig. iVEBTMIl RATE. c ' - d y " ? 5 I 2 ' ' t ? S 2 S- m m T 57 " " I s . s i r : j i Is i i i 2 nek X Mki S Hki I 3 3 " 4 " " I 1 VM 1 75 2 Ml 3 I'M 4 01; 50, 10 J 1 .'ml i i 3 M 4 fr); C 00 V SO 15 3 00 3 2V 4 5i i T' 8 0" H 5U 8 t M! 4 0' S ' 7 O" 10 ft) 1. 25 f 4 fri 'I g SO 11 U M U) 22 VI. 40 00 J 11 V' 14 Tr 2H uu .V oil M UU 5 tai Ki Sm 14 IT . 23 :ff W AO 80 7 Ou 12 flu 1 w W On Iff 44 O0j tt 8 0! n .v 14 'JO 22 HO V on .yi uo; (A a " t " 1 year Mo t n oi a wsttfin w on 105 j 12 UK 2 "0 27 U JC Oti 4o no :s ou ijo 00 Double-column adrertinemeuU, lu per cent, ad vance on lVi a bore rale. Triple-column advertisement. SO per asst. ad vance on tbe above rtcs. Advertiaement la occupy special poskioa, 10 1r rant . advance on tn. above rale, .oral Notices." (in the tamo type a local readme uilier.l 10 wdIi per line. All transient a Jvertieement nut be paid for...

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. — 15 March 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. w. k. wit, rMiUir." i:--..r TENNESSEE. MILAN," C UK RENT TOriCS. The Mississippi Valley Immigration Society, at iu recent session at Little Rock, 17 Slates being represented, adopted a resolution urging tbe estab lishment of State Bureaus of Immigra tion., Hon. A. II. Garland, of Arkansas, was chosen President lor the ensuing jear, and St. Loui designated as the place for the the next meeting, to be held on the first Monday in October next. Tn United States Supreme Court has recently rendered several im portant decisions touching the power of a State to regulate railroad and warehouse charges. The main princi pie established by the Court is that a Slate may by legislation fix the maxi mum rate to be charged for the trans portation of rfasscngers and freight within its limits, and also regulate the charges of public warehouses and el vatora. i.The ' principal cases adjudi cated were appealed from the courts of Illinois, Minnesota'a'nd Wisconsin, and the judgments ...

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. — 15 March 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WADE, rbi:hT. MILAN, TENNESSEE. The Wife' Reverie. 0 Heart of mine, U oureUte f Onr tweet etix.tr at Joy aurei It caroe a .low. It I1! - Boiia-M by ueh bitter pain endured; lnre we target those aoiruwa sore, .Bd think that tncy will come no more? V lib tearful eye I an my fae, -And doubt bow be can find It fair; Wistful. I watch each charm and grace I m that other women wear; , O.' all the aecreu of lore! lore, J know bat ene, to lore him nore. f see each day he jrrows note wise, Hit life ii broader far than mine; 1 anuetb lacking ia hi eye. la many thing- where other shine. 0 Heartl eaa w this toea restore To him, by aimply loving more? 1 often tee upon his lrow, A look half tender and half (tern ; ' II s thought are far away, J know; To fathom them, I vainly yean ; Iiut nought is oura which went before; 0 Heart I we can but love him morel 1 rometimei think that he had loved A a older, deeper love, apart ' " From thla wtilc iater feebler moved ' UiaaotU ua...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 March 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MARCH 15, 1877. George Francis Train nominates Jefitrson Davis for President la 1880. It is generallj belioved that an ex tra Bessioa of Congress will be held in Jane. The new cabinet met Monday, all the members being present except Thompson, who had not arrived. Nicholl and Packard Glill hold their fort in Louisiana. Ditto Hampton and Chamberlain in South Carolina. Blaine now proposes a new elec Uoq in Louisiana and South Carolina, to settle the gubercatorul squabble. Too thin! Eimon Cameron, of Pennsylvania, has resigned his seat In the U. S. Sen ate. It is thought his son Don will succeed hiro. Postmaster General Key announces, as his policy, that he will not inter fere with any office where service is well performed. That's good. The contents over the election of a successor to John Sherman as Senator from Ohio waxes warm. Judge Taft and Stanly Matthews arc the promi nent caudi lates. New Hampshire is joined to her idols. She went Ropuhlican again Tuesday....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 22 March 1877

THE EXCHANGE Tee dollar a yean or dollar for six months: flfty nnlj ..r three mouths, ivtiA'-' ' vaNcr.. - Mill 1 week I 1 1 2 vv s nili 4 m fln 2 weeks ! 1 ! J .W .'. 4 St), li 3 weeks j 2 3 v J 5 75' 12 .' 3 2 4 (HI li :M' n :o 11 in in IS! an, 4'J ts 5 ii .v: 11 ." 14 7r ?t ii m off mi it I 1 t IU U J4 IM 17 ') r all J ll S " 17 l 12 IS t 2" 27 i 44 ffi, To i min to i ' t no i t ,;.n no in t IK' J" 17 i 21 IJM 2s m sx it. ui t, gi 1 year 12 w IM 27 t St m 45 on 75 (M 120 W flou'.ie-eoluran advertisement, 10 per cent, ad vance en the alve rate. Triple-column advertisements. 28 percent, ad vance on th above rat.-. Advertisements to uccapy special position, 10 (cr cent, advance cm the aitove rates, .o-nl Notices." 'in th iinr type a local reading matter, 1 l't enti per Une. All transient advertisement mutt be paid for in advance. Yearly advertisement, quarterly in trtvaiwe. Obituaries. 1 ributa of lie peel and remark! on marrtages.one-half of regular rat'-s. Simple announcement of m...

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. — 22 March 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. .A. WiDE, rbliBhrr. 'J.. : TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUIIRENT TOPICS. It U stated that the President con templates no -chiirc ia the minor office ot the Government except where sarh chaagM4votti(jL, ioure increased efficiency in the . performance of the publie business. There will be some change in foreign mit-siors and a av in the consular service.. In the Department of Justice, the United States Marshals in the South, it is inti mated, will be generally relieved and new appointments made, more in sym pathy with the President's Southern policy? A WasniNQTONTress dispatcher, the 11th is as follows: This evening the Prtsident was visited by Senators Gor don and Lamar and ' Representative Gibson, of Louisiana. These gentle men specially urged the withdrawal of troops from the State Houses in New Orleans and .Columbia, and sought to know the disposition of the President on that . matter. ' The "Interview was perfectly - free and the sub ject was dealt with on both sids with...

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. — 22 March 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. i.WAK,rMlir. MILAN, TENNESSEE. - , . In Early Spring. , The Hot now Arms, sneltlnt fart, " 1 he breath of sooth wind Hosting past; The crimson in tbe maple sbools, Tbe g-olden croca at tbe rooU; The yellow of the willow wands, ,Tbe green of grass along the ponds ; Tbe swelling bode, the blue-bird's note, Tbe dandelion oa tbe moat; The earthly color of tbe stream, Tbe waroser in so of sunrise gleam ; Tbe dampneta of the upland mold,; Tbe new lite In the epen wold; Tbe tons of bird, the bnm of bee The daws of wodeide melody; Tbe brighter glitter on tbe hills, Tbe rapid rasa of little rills ; The morning hoar frost on the hedge, - The noonday drupe upon tbe sedge; Tbe changing cater on the Tine, The fresher hue of mountain pine; Are things that tell to eye and ear That summer days are drawing near. PRIDE AND ITS FALL. 'It's a fina prospect in life for Mary Morean," said Tatty Dexter, with a sigh. "Oh! I dare say," said Mrs. Pendas set, brusquely. 44 But I're no p...

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. — 22 March 1877

THE EXCIIAXGE THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 1877. The negroes of Middle Tenncse pre still emigrating to Kansas; South Fittsburg, ia Marion, prom ises to be the great young giant man ufacturing cirjr of Tennessee. Ex-State Treasurer William Mor row and Maj. Thomas O'Conner have purchased the Knoxville Tribune. A large meeting in Brownsville on Monday night vigorously protested against the repeal of the charter of that town. Murfreesboro suffered with another large fire last Monday. Miller's Hall and an adjoining stor were destroyed. hom, $25,000. fuaurance, $14,000. Masked men took a ccgro ruffian out of the Franklin jail one night List week and h ung him. He had tried to kill a white woman. This is wrong. The Jaw ought to take its course. The following Teucewee post mast era have been appointed: Mrs Julia T. Woolfolk, Jackson, Tenn.; Wil liam Rule, Knoxville, Tenn.; Surnuel IRmt, Cleveland, Tcnn.; John P. Lewis, Pulaski, Tenn. The Washington National Repub lica j says " the Republicans of Ten...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 March 1877

mm THE EXCHANGE W. A. WADE, Kmltr mm ralimr. kl'BMKirTIOX MATK. Two dollar a year: aae dollar for! months tfty crab fur three aeathe. taraaiABl net. . ADTCBTIflSO BATE!. if time, i w s 3-t i I i 1 ff k 2 week 3 week I month a 3 - 4 - 5 " " I rear ... onj I 7.V J V)' 3 Ortl 4 OG; 1 So! 2 .V! S 501 4 M 00: t 2 l 3 25' 4 50, 5 TO I t (I" 12 j w 4 5 so 7 Vie oo 15 4 00 w 8 w 11 00 16 22 5I1 I 50 11 50 14 75 20 UOi HO . W 10 K) 14 00 17 Ml 23 SO 37 7 00 12 ft) 16 IX) 20 00 '27 00 44 50 10 00 50j 15 00 s zu uu 25 00 40 08 SO 00 no oo 70 00 W 00 . 00 13 50 in 00 22 00 30 00 So 1 JO 17 00 23 00 2S Ifl 3S ft) 1 12 00 2OO0Z700SOO45 00 75 on kg uo 00 120 00 Dealxe-eoluma edrertiaemeat. 10 per cent. ad vance oa tbe aiwre rats. Triple-column adrrttem!at. SO par cent, ad eaae aa tbe a bora rmtea. Adrertiment La eccapy rper& potitiea, 10 r cant, adreane oa the abor rate. Aml Kotioea." (ia tha eame type aa local reading matteM 10 raiiU per line. All traneieutadrertieemenUmnatbepnid for (a adran...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 March 1877

THE MILAN ' EXCHANGE, W. a. Wiltt, fiMithrr. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUKKENT TOPICS. Postmaster-Ofkehai Ket, ia reply to a letter of Senator Merrimcn, ask 'tig for information in relation to the distri bution of patronage in the Soutb,sa: "I will endeavor to explain the itoa. tion aa clearly and briefly as poesible When a vacancy exists in any office connected with this department in the . Southern States, preference will be given to a Rpubliean, all other things being equal; but should it be impossible to find a Republican who will be satisfactory to a large majority of the people whose business is direct ly affected by the appointment, or in case of a contest for office, then I shall not hesitate to step aside and select the persons who, in my judgment, will give satisfaction to the business interests of the community.. While I shall always be glad to receive the ad vice of Senators and Representatives in Congress touching matters of this kind, yet I shall not consider myself as in any ...

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. — 29 March 1877

THE . MILANkEXGHANGE W. A. IT A UK, rskl.aarT. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. Thompson of Ansels." BI MET HAKT. It it t!i story of Thompto- ThoapiOB, the hero of "Aajrels;" rrequtDtly drunk waa Thompson, but always polite to the atranrer; Light and free iru the touch of Thompson upon hi revolver; Great the mortality Inel ient o that lightness and freedom; -Tet hippy or ff " Thompson, the hero of Asgels." k Often apoke to himself In aceent of aagaish and KMTOW, Why do I make the graves of the frivolous joutb who in folly Tbouirhuesaly pan my revolver, forgetting 1U lightness and freedom? . 'Why in my daily walk doea the anrgeoB drop bit left eye-lid. The undertaker mile, and the sculptor of grave atone marblea Lese d his chisel and gate? I eare not o'er much for attention; . " Simple am I In my ways, aave but for thia light ness and freedom." . 80 apake that pensive .man this Thompson, the hero of "Angela," .Bitterly smiled to himself , as be strode through thechapparal. musing. "Why, O why?"...

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. — 29 March 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1877f Mike Waldroo, of Memphis, has been appointed U. S. Marshal for Wt Tennereoe. He va chairman cf the countj Democratic executive committee last year, A dam broke at Staflbrd, Conn., Tuesday morning, flooding the valley, washing away mills and other houses, and doing great damage generally. Los about 500,000, The Memphis Appeal is striking some sledge hammer blows a His Fraudulency and all who accept office tinder him. Give tbera a little more rope neighbor. Then maybe they'll hang themselves. The Legislature adjourned Tues day, after passing the ten cents tax Jaw and repealing the forty, cents law over the Governor's vote- The usual complimentary speeches and hand shaking was gone through with. - The Governor has very pioperly re-appointed Leon Trousdale to be Superintendent of Public instruction ; J. JB. Killebrew, Commissioner of the Bureau of Agriculture, Statistics and Mines ; and B. F. Cheatham Super intendent of Prions, These gentle men hav...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 April 1877

TIIK EXCHANGE W. A.WAIIK. l.4ilorn4 rnkliOirr. l HM BIiniO KiTKH. Two dollar a ntr hm i .! f..r ix month en- rent, lor t hree mouth.. iMABunLX i i ni t. j s f. 5 3 e i'w-rk 1 I in! 1 7'.' f r" 3 4 i f. 1 - i ; :. s ii 4 .v c f . r. w w .1 . ; ii .1 1., 4 7 . '' 12 .Vi Jii (! 'l mniilil 2 ru 4 ll 5 7 I" lt 1". tt 4 (HI 6 ! t 11 "I I'l i.' "0 4l 11 J ! j x . 11 .Vi 14 75 3i ii 3) w : on 4 i i.i tit i It l 17 'ill :77 'HI fill I") , ,7 m H l'i ii -H 'i '.T ii 44 ii TH im , it tr I:! ."i Is ii ;!' mi :i hi ,'.n uu v n jr .i 17 l n il m X (il k- mi JtiR (j j year... i: in Jii tri 27 Wi : (W 4.'. (i 75 IJU W I,,ul.ir v,lunui advertisement.-, leper relit, ad- Alter on I lie ntmve rate.. Tril't'---tjluiMii ntvTti4iiitntp, 2 percent. a4- all'-e on til' ator rati-n. Jiiri'iMiiciil to o.-i-npv .tocla1 position. 10 Iter cent, advance on thc aWoe rat-a. cl Notice.," 'in tin- aiw type a local n-adinr mailer. I Id rent, pi-r line. A H iniiiMcnt a lvvi-ticmcitt- niuft Ins paid for in :iilii!i-r. Ye...

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. — 5 April 1877

THE M1LANEXCHANGE, MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CUlt RENT . TOPICS. Several General of the original Diaz revolutionist in Mexico have re signed. The party is rapidlj disen tegrating. The people talk of calling Lerdo back. Congress met daily for a fortnight, recently, but a quorum was unattainable. Landero was appointed Secretary of the Treasury ; Mat.- Min ister to Washington, find Kiva TalacU) Minister to Berlin. It is reported that a number of higher officers want to pro claim Diaz military dictator. A Chico (Cal.) dispatch says the per sons engaged in the late massacre of the Chinese have been arrested. They are two boys by the name of Slaughter, and three men, Stainbrook, Conway and Roberts. Two other men named Ames and Wright were also arrested on a charge of arson, presumably in connec tion with the Chinese trouble. Six of the arrested parties are reported to be long to the Order of Caucasians. . , . On tbe 26th, the Secretary of War sent General Augur the following: Gen. C. C. Acgur...

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. — 5 April 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WIDE, PablUhcr. . . TENNESSEE. MILAN, The Lost Letters. Ron of the letters went astray Out of the alphabet one day, Andmixeliipthinninhockiii;w7 , That made It hard to And them ; . Thejr hid themselves within a tomb, Asd thereby ea tight a shocking rkeum. And made pnoemonia the doom Of thoec ther left behind them. Some of the group were stricken iamb I And one declared ahe bad loet her thumft i Aad another aaid that ber toea were nomft ; The were a) way a ia trouble I And there were two at the tail of a plon.pl. Who couldn't remember exactly bow They fell together in aucb a sloup, Aad made their misfortunes double. Their wounda. indeed, were ao Tery alipftt, Tnat no one pitied their luckiest pli?tt. But thought they were screed exactly tight For being In anch a quarter; 'Hot we're not to blame at all," aaid they; "The law of the land we mast obey. And, ript or wrong, we must go astray With tUe most obedient dau ghtct I" So many a letter came to grief. And n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 April 1877

.TIIE-EXCIIAXOE THURSDAY. APRIL 5, 177. It u now reported that Tilden will not contt Hayes's election. The troops are to be moved from the South Carolina State House next Tuesday. James A Warden has been appoint ed to the U- S, District Attorney for Middle Tennessee. Bifmark insist on resigning the Chancellorship of the German Empire. The Enijeror don't want to give him up. William Lloyd Garrison h still one of the bitterest abolitionists in the country, and says the " irrepressible conflict" has not yet been settled. Garrison is crazy. Under the last JcgL-lative act a legal fence in this .State shall be five feet high, if a common worm or crooked rail ; and four feet high, if a post and plank or a pot and rail fence. A stone fence, to be legal, shall be three and one half feet high. It is said that Mr Tildcn has made preparations to begin proceedings quo V(irmnt ) agalust Hayes, to test his title to the Presidency. The suit will be commenced as soon as tho troops are withdrawn from...

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. — 12 April 1877

THE EXCHANGE W. A. W AC, Cell tear M4 PMtele. NlBMCKir-riOX KATKa. Two dollar a T9tn aaedediar tare! month ny eenta for three eaeataa, or uuaclt ix 'kCK. ADVCBTINIXO MATE. I a 1 s I 1 1 : I : ; t ; I 3" I I i mt. til 1 WMk 2 week 3 week " 4 - " I on l 1 Ml J ! 2 50 4 W I 7M J I UK i JTSi 4 4 OV 5 6 .V) S SO II SOt I 5oi 4 .v.; SO 7 SO II M 14 j 17 W lJ UOI 4 50 7s 00 10 00 IS 75;2n so a 00 27 00 SO un m 00 45 001 W; W' 12 oo is 00 s 00:30 5ilJ7 00 44 00 SO 00 65 06 75 15 00 to 00 25 00 40 00 60 00 5u 1 UK lo VI 14 0 00 7 12 J K TO 0ft 80 00 ? u n u H" 17 00 M J 00 106 00 lltc-l?)ll 00 27 lakHe-.lataa ad ertiaratenU, H per cent, ad- ici oa the above rate. Triple-column adrertiaemeata. 3) per cent, nd- oa tb a bur rat, advertieemrnta to occupy pcial poaitiea. 10 per eent. edianee oa the above rate. "Local Noti"." ia tba eame type aJ leeaj readier; matter.) lOeeut Berlin. U traaniaiitadvonieveaenta meat be paid for la advance. Yearly adrertiaementa, jaertrly in advance. Obituaries. Tri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 April 1877

THE MILAN-EXGHANGE W.'a. WAKK, r.bii.hVr. " " milan, . .; u , . ,.;Vtsxessei:, CUKHENT TOPICS. ' " ' UK-r.n. At a meeting of the Cabinet on the 30th ,ult.,- tUe South Carolina case lac ing under consideration, a majority were decidedly of the opiaLoa Vhai id, eral troops should bo wiihttEawn. from that Statd. Secretary Thompson was most uncompromising in the expression 01 hig opinion that the Federal Gov ernment had ro risrbt to intervene Tn South Carolina, and that the SiU; should be' left absolutely to settle, hi r own way. t Issites of National Bank notes for the month were $ 1,979,100, of which 80 per cent., namely, $1,690,280" in ; greri backs, were destroyed, Jeaving the out standing legal-tender circulation y3u2, 649,204. ..m Tint letter of instructions for t be Louisiana Commission was submitted to the Cabinet on the 31t by Secretary Evarta and adopted. It will not bo given out until a future day-' On the 2d inst., the President, ith be full approval of the Cabinet,' di rect...

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. — 12 April 1877

THILM1LAN EXCHANGE. A Am:,TiMSBrr.- " MILAN, TENNESSEE. -" fast itmt t uwawirtrv M'hirh icl!s that rtiy ia tiKhi-sir--i,-1 ike the tntilot Lias of Mie vsuaW, x tbawlute, tbougb o Jj"iJ jj J" l-ikc Uicj y divine of the muilier before her child the So Uint, eo dear, and Ki Vic; Ml Are your miaty tops, O trci-a1 ' I can fee! the delicate puUca That atir in each restless telfl- ' r Of leaflet and bunches r-fblosaoma V a sit. aM, wait, thotpU h. y sr.. vou- hiffln.tieratn-arftiis' thebrecief I'reak n-t toe aoon iuto verlure, Oaaiftr.. fcoautiful trees! .-.!' : l . i -. !. i ' . i I'o'pnlar Scionce. . 1 'J i I j M j l c. I thin it was perfectly" pVndidl I'm r I KeJ awfully iffl.- tv, -Wit raw hea4 full of plarfar ahd irchtrgn' ' Of euca a ridiculous Href' o - And Die maws of wb't-Oo-yon-call it? ' , The dirt that is ever so old,, ;s ' . 7 And caroc down on the Ice to KcV Jersey "-4 mww bar km aiarrftrt The Tiewa, too, weren't they lovely? ' E-prcially U ant i::ec audili Alj.es - - -Thouch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 April 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL 12, 1877. The sprightly Nashville Evening Banner celebrated its jwoond birth day yesterday. May it yet celebrate ita centennial 1 Ex-Governor Chamberlain has for mally retired from the contest, and Hampton is now Governor ot South Carolina without opposition. Cham berlain dealt the President some se vere blows in his retiring letter. Now that New Hampshire has voU Cvl down an amendment to the consti tution intended to remove the disqual ification of Catholics from holding office, says the New York Sun, the inquiry is naturally suggested, wheth er a republican government exists in that State, according to the spirit of the Constitution of the United States, This proscription of members of a er tain church from the rights of citizen ship is not only a flagrant violation of the fundamental idea of free institu tions, but it is in open defiance of the Fourteenth Amendment, which de clares, " No State shall make or en force any law Inch shall abridge the priv...

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