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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 May 1877

THE EXCHANGE T. A-MMDE. Ediloranil rnbli-bcr. i MRM RIPTIOX RATI:. Twndlrs -er: one dollar forsii miitV! .ty cent, lor three months, istii-iiiLr ix o- adti:rtikixu rti:n. c J s ! ? 2 ' Tint. i 2 i r i ! ? 1 wee. I i or ?wrlcs 1 3 week j ! 1(1 t month; 2 Si) 1 r. ? 2 .v: 3 4 oi s : S till 4 K) .V 10 fl(J 4 si ! r : l.'i 5 74 s. (i 12 ao! 9i m 4 on jy .vi 51 ui In if I 22 5l 11 j It T' 2" l "VI i 4ti l 5" ()U S tk 4 & " 3 " 1 year . s (In in ! 14 im IT .Vi 23 i .T7 m ' 't) 7 ) 12 I r i . 2T t 4) i 7' tin ; u .v h 4 mi m: ;i ij n to i .s'l 17 Kl 2:1 PI 'JS im : Hi i;-. : T6 ll 12 i 31 (J 27 ( rz (si 4-, ') 75 W 1.11 IM Innbii-rolumu advertisements. I) per cent. d- on the above rntes. Trirde-v.olumn advertisements, 20 percent, ad vance ou lh a'tov. rates. Advert i-einepfs to occupy special position, 10 Jier rent. dtaH- on l lie above rate, .oral Nut ires." iin the same type an local rending tnttor. 1eent per line. All transient advert ir'cmrntsmast bepaid forin advance. Yearly sdrer...

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. — 24 May 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WA ?r., I'uMinlif r. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CURRENT TOPICS. I'ROF. IIilkt, Chief of the National Entomological Commission, after a three weeks' investigation of the grasshopper problem in Texas and Kansas, says he is satisfied that in those localities where the eggs have already hatched the young hoppers have almost entirely disappear ed and no gTeat damage need be appre hended. In a communication to Gov. Anthony he sajs: I am the last to desire that tnii favorable report should lull your farmers into an un due sense of security. The security against injury will depend altogether on the propor tion of epga which have leen hatched. ThuH, in the more sandy belt wert of line roughly drawn through Junction City and Florence, not one per cent, of the epps remain unhatched, while east of that line. where the cjrjm were laid later and the soil is mostly colder and more tcnacioim, from one-half to threc-fourthn of them are yet unhatched, and with few execptiona sound. I...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 May 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A.WAHK, r.blisker. TENNESSEE. MILAN, Judge Not. Br ADELAIDE AXSR TBOCTEK. Jutltre not: the avorkintfs of bl brain And f hia heart thon canst not gee: What lK)k to thy dim eyes a Ktain, In (iotl's pure light mny only 1 A Bear lmnight from nunc well-iron field, Where thou would only faint and yield. And Judge none lout: but wait and gee, With fcorwful pity, not didaln; The depth of the abyss may be The meaxiire of tlie height of pain, And love and glory that may raise The soul to God in after days. Better Things. BT GEORGE M'DOKALD. Better to -mell the rioh't eool, than eip the gliiwlngwine; Better to hark a hidden brook, than watch a diamond shine. Botter t he love of gentle heart, than beauty' favor proud ; Better t lie rose's living iced, than roses in a crowd. Better to love in loneliness, than to bask In love all day; Better the fountain in the heart, than the fountain by the way. Better be fed by mother's hand, thnn eat lilone at will ; Better to trust in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 May 1877

THE EXCH ANGE THURSDAY. MAY 21, 1877. Gen Gid. nilow Is favorably rpok cn of as tbe euccewor of Judge Era tnons. The Twrko-Russian war still drags along with daily fights of small mag nitride. Both tidca are accused of ttiaraaxrcing inoffensive . citizen Roumania has declared her indepen dencc. Franklin had a big fire last Sunday, in which eleven houses were burned. Lops 28,000. Insurance $6,000. The Middle Tennessee towns are try ing themselves with big fire the past few months. We hope and believe that the Southern Democracy will not allow partisan patriotism to run away with their judgment next winter. We must have the Texas Pacific railroad and the Mississippi levees by all means. The Texas Pacific Railroad promis es to be the principal question to trouble the Democracy in the next Congress. We hope all our Congress men will favor the measure. The South needs the road badly, and Is justly entitled to government aid in building it. Bolivar had another fire last week, in which the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 31 May 1877

THE EXCHANGE .4 Cro .Mark On the margin of yntr paper indi cates that your time is out, or will ex pire w ith the next paper. Remcm W our rule cash always in advanci. If not renewed, we take it for granted you do not want the paper any longer, and vour name will be dropped from our list. We intend to publish the best paper in West Tennessee, and the more subscribers w e get, the bet ter we ran make the paper. Let eve ry one renew and bring another w ith him. ' Narder Will Oat. A few yearJ aro "Aaenit Flower" i dis covered to b- ascertain care fr ly?pepia an. I I.ieer complaint, a fnw thin lTpeptH mmln known to their IriiMnln how ra.ily bpI quickly tiicy bad been cured by its nse. The (treat merit of tinf-es's JU01T Fi.owkr hccami heralded thnuich the country by one snften-r to another, until, without mlrerti-iiij, it" .iU has Ixn.-mc immense. lrniijri'-t- in KVLKV TOWS .t thel'nit-1 Stites are seltinif it. So perwn mirleriiif with Sour Stomarh, Sick Headache. t'o!hi-n--. I'l.iuun uf...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 31 May 1877

THE MILANEXGHAN6E" W A. 1UI'!.. I'Bbl dhr. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE CUKKEXT TOPICS! The Socretary of War has issued an order saying that employees for whose payment no appropriations have been made for the next fiscal year will be allowed to continue on duty only in cases where their services are abso lutely necessary and ordered by the proper authority, and where they Mill stipulate" they do so voluntarily and without contract or agreement to be paid. Persons render ing services without contract or agrec ment may be furnished with a certificate showing the time for whic h suc h service is rendered, but the holder has no claim for compensation unless Congress shall make an appropriation therefor. Quar termasters' and Paymasters' clerks are affected by this order. TnE New York Tribune of the 19th says, from information obtained, it has reason to ltclieve the Russian fleet is now keeping watch along the coast for the purpose of intercepting vessels having munitions of war on board for Tur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 31 May 1877

THE MILAN: EXCHANGE. W. l.TTiUK,rsMinrr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. The AVar Caldron. Double, doutiir, Wiht and troubles! Hiirim tli lit y.tbe euMrgn bubUcs Jinn io lu ll ljrot 1 iKtilia-'OVi'r' L : M'p it e.1rro,M... i rv,.-A ' ' V' From tlu lmttom sjirini; to ligbt Uruiii of wily MuKOovito. Anl lux band, tin gauntlet bid In tbe skinwi Muiuutul kiV-, . . , . And lib. tmue i U-'cbfrj J, Cm nrc red w ii li a chronic- lie. And a flint stone, xliiiM'd with art, To tbc wuiblaiict of a lit-art..,, FirHt ito k, those, for l.roib of war Cooked in kt)4ltf a nf tlu'r. rttl Ionlii. (loulilo, toils and trotthles! Rarua fin- (N-. tk" KJ.Ii. bu.iloV! nisK d from out ihrit KotTitiijf jmt, fnwwKnill-Twi Titm Tint,---Munl'mae lethw I-Jiiroit. w -MaX, re-iiiltfau, rtt.mi unite!" i ... " ' , . f .. A. After panne, tbc name voire, " Lo ! lxliimite! tbc ( bri-tinnfao -;r? Plot thy death thin very bour; . Hrike for lifo,rfcp! frah. tlje GiUoU!? IXHiblf , dmibie; toil,, and tronhlet! ' ISuriit. tlK-Tire, the cald...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 31 May 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MAY 31. 1877. FletcheT Harper, penior member of Hie Harper Brothers, New York, and last of the original four, died la.t Tuesday. The town of Double Mountain, in the r&nhandle of Texa, has been captured by the Apache Indians and all the stock driven off. It is aid that Gen. Butler is going to carpet bag to Colorado, so that he can be elected to the U. S. .Senate. Played out in Massachu.sette. The northern Republican (the foreheads, at least) arc very much dis pleased with Hayes's southern policy. Of course that is a compliment to him. LouUvillo is making extensive preparations for th; International Convention of the Y. M. C. A. of the i United States and BritL.li Provinces, which meets there June Gth. It has . been discovered that the town of Searcy, Ark., is situated on a tremendous gold mine. The people nre nearly crazy on the subject, and jt is thought the place will be dug up. The Russians and Turks continue io tkinnijsh. The war seems to us to lio iiif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 June 1877

THE EXCHANGE "tew I em a r f ! Ttia gcwCTatlyewpjiisii ky a certain elaaa of citiiena. who tre aot practical or eiperieneed. that Dyspepsia cannot invariably be cored, but we are pleas. to sasy that ti K KEN'S Attil'ST KIjOWKK baa never, to oar knowledge, failed to care Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint in all its forms, rack as Sour Stosaach. Cn-tiveness. S'ck Headache, Falpttation of the Heart. Low Spirit. Ac. Jte. Out of 3).iV dotes bottle, old last year, not a single failure waarepsrV ed. hut thousands of complimentary iottera rer roived front druggists of wonderful cures Three dosee will relieve any case. Try it Sample bottles, 10 cents. Kegalar site, J eta. For sale by Colst A DiCKIksum, Milan. IEI. WILfiOS On endy. May 19. W F.uis,ssi ot Rokest I...endr Mittie Wilson, aged tt meaths. We remember well onr sorrow As ww -stood beside his bed. And the lees, heartfelt angawk. When they asld ae he waa dead. An eh t that eon ef bitterness ! Let not thy heart rebel, . lie gare. He took, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 June 1877

THE MILAM-. EXCHANGE. W i.TUDb. r!il:hfr. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUR11ENT TOPICS. - - ,. ; The Memphis Avalanche of the 20th publishes a lengthy interview of a cor respondent with Gov. Stone, of Missis sippi, in relation to the Kemper County massacre, in which "the Governor states that he had done all in his power to bring the guilty ones to trial, by request ing Judge Hanom, the Circuit Judge, to call an extra session of his court for that purpose, and that tinder the laws of tbe State the Ex ecutive has no power to do any thing in the matter. -He - hm pone to DcK&lb as soon as he beard, of. the riot, but when he arrived, the rioters had dis persed, and nothing was left him to do except to go and see Judge Hanom and ask judicial officer to take steps to nnng mem to mat. me i Governor thought it exceedingly doubtful if a jury in Kemper County would convict the rioters, all of whom were well known and resided there. The . reported anti-Administration movement at 'Washington for the fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 June 1877

THE EXCHANGE W.A.WiDp,b1ii,h,r. MILAN, . . TENNESSEE. The Violet. A violet in the meadow Mood, With tlroopln; head in solitude; It a a a darling violfrt. Tlior came a youtblal alu-plicrdoas W 1th iiKlitxoutc tep and Joyouwiess Along, along The meadows there, with song! " Ah ! wmiM I were." the violet wist, - ' " The iainwt flower in .Nature' lit A b ! for one little minute Till I were picked, and to her breast, l!y this swrct one, ail fainting pressed Hut for, but for One little moment long ! Hut ah ! but ah the maiden T.v-wd ; Villiotit a tlionrjit on violet caxt '"" fwTootwn CTnshed poor violet ! it sank aad died and yet was ftlad ! Ah! t!.OKh Ilie ttilt death is had T Thi-oushlieT, tbrouKh her At least beueat h her feet !" The poor violet!' It was a darilug violet. ' Goethe. -AN HUSH MISTAKE. For more than twenty year it lias been my uiom loj.-cmit mywlf every aulumn with a walking tour of over a month's duration.' Iy this means I have mh-ii nut -e of lhc.e inlands than any one o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 June 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JUNE 7, 18 1 1. Dr John Chaster, one of the lead ing physicians aud citizens of Jackson, died last Monday. He was a martyr to the scourge of small pox. Mt. Carroll, 111., was nearly i stryed by a tornado las-t Monday. f?ixteeu persons were killed, many were wounded, and property valued at half a million was destroyed. STATU ITEMS. Dr L. L. Lurton, a prominent cit izen of Clarksville, died on the COth. John McLain, who robbed the Knoxville bank, has been sentenced to five years ia the penitentiary". The national cemetery at Chatta nooga contains the remains of 12,940 soldiers, of which 4927 arc unknown. The Knoxville Tribune and Age says that the Knoxville and Augusta railroad will be built at an early day. Capt L. M. Hooper was shot and killed on the 30th near Nashville by Montgomery Bell Nance, President of the White's Creek Turnpike Com pany. Monroe Walker, tho negro who shot at a conductor of a passenger train on the Northwestern railroad near Nash ville, h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 June 1877

THE EXCIIAXGK M. A. WADE. I.dilr m P.Uhhfr. M bmkiitiox kiti:. j Two iuliar year. nUJlarfiraix month.': rwM mrtferee aiaataa, itkielt ix ai- ' V'K, Aivr.nTisi HATIJ. e o 1 J week 2 work .3 weeka I month - .5 6 " 6 " 9 " t year... 'HI! S VI 4 .Vi 5 VI 7 VI II V.I 14 KI 17 ill 31 2 l H oo xt 4 ll mi ft 10 l 6 VI t .Vj 12 VI I.i 22 VI .in mi .17 ll 44 mi .V) ) K mi 75 mi In no l.' mi 20 (l 2T. mi 4 mi .vi mi fi oo 70 on mi mi Vtt on 1JU oo 1 " : & 2 "-). 4 4 0 3 IKi 8 5 i 10 7 m 12 tM:l 10 .n 17 11 U 30 ii1 4 r; 4 ' 5 .Vl 8 HI 'II VI 14 ft ii; .VI is 1 2.1 )i 27 3i U .VI Ml .HI 45 UU lioul'ie-cnlumn advertisements, 10 per cent, ad vance on the above rate. Triple-column advertisement, SO per rent. ad vanre on the above ratea. Advertisement tu occupy gpeeial poaition, 10 ner rent. advance on the above ratM. ornl Noti-ea." 'in the nne type at I oca 1 reading matter.) 10 rent per line. All transient advcrtiaeinrnta rount be pair! forln advance. VckTIt adveriiaeinent. quarterly in advan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 June 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE- W-A.vam:. PM:krr. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUIiltENT TOPICS The rope's Golden Jubilee, or fiftieth anniversary of his elevation to the Epis copate, was celebrated on Sunday, June 3, with imposing ceremonies, by the Catholics generally throughout the world. A newspaper correspondent, tele graphing from Constantinople, June 3, gives a most unfavorable report of the Condition of Turkish affairs. He nays: From interview with Turkish oDieiali. nd prominent men of all el.weH, it is afe to m that the corruption and briliery wliieh are rife everywhere destroy ai chances of Turkish micccst. There are no horsen, no money, and no order in the man agement of affair. The Sultan is a non entity. The tftrain on the Treasury is in tense. There in not a particle of pa triotism amonK- the oflieialx to (rive ground for the flijrhtest hope. Contracts for army stores and equipment are award ed liy meaiiN of brilx-ry of official bavin-; the matter ifl eharjre. Tlie 'advertisement in Tiewspai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 June 1877

THE MILANJXG'HANGE. Tr.A.trAiiK, rki;uifr. MILAN, . . TENNESSEE. Never Grow Did. , I looked in the tell-tale mirror. And mw the marks of care, Tbs crow's feet and the wrinkles. And the rray and the dark-tiro wn hair. ly wife looked o'er my shoulder Mont beautiful was ahe, " Thou wilt never (frow old, tnv love," bhe aid. " Never grow old to me. For aire la the chilling of heart, -And thine, as mine, pan toll Id an young and warm an when first we heard The Hound of our bridal bell !" I turned and kissed her ripe red lips: " Let time do its worst on me. If in my sonl, my Love, my Faith, I never seem old to thee f Temple Bar. Motherhood. AU about the dreamy house Flits a sunbeam, softly bright, Ooldioc-ks with tresses litflit Dancing, tossing np and down ; O, sweet heaven I for such a crown ! In and out w here all is sf ill, rund gay tones in shout and song; Pimpled -cheeks laugh loud and long From pure merriment within; Fun and she are near of kin. Vp and down the quiet room. In the ga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 June 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JUNE 14, 1877. The raius last wec'i were general in J me west, aud tUe rivers are booming. A hut of the Oriental Order of Humility has been organized In pies den. News comes that the chwera has made its appearance in Brownsville, Texas. Several deaths have already resulted. Proctor Knott delivered an address Wednesday night at Clarksville be fore the Literary Societies of the Southwestern Presbyterian Univer sity. m Gov. McCreary, of Kentucky, de livered the address to the graduates of Cumberland University at Lebanon Jast Thursday. Gov. Porter was also present. Both are graduates of that institution. The Supreme Court of Arkansas last Saturday decided that the act under which ? 10,000,000 bonds were issued in 8G9, iu aid of railroads, was unconstitutional, and that the bonds were illegal. Nashville has been over-run with burglars and sneak thieves to such an cxteut lately that, when one was can fured last Saturday night, the citizens took the law in their own...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 June 1877

THE EXCHANGE olwswiry at Caett W. T- YoRUt-er eers tb tisxk of Jewtiiry at cost for cash. Utttt bar galas can be bad by calling eady. MCBMCmiPTISJI RATES. T we dollar a run dollar for si I aseataj- rip niu fur Urea Bonlat, iktaiuablt i aa- AKCK. laesawT. to save saoney. t take to TtumwT jaat esdoyid a first. MlLA IT yew want roar Sssw'faews pairs. Usba class werkaBBB. 1 B TIKI. 1 week 3 weeks S week 1 nantk 9 , 4 5 ft M 1 rear .J f So Jfiti 4 ttl: 5 tl 5 (w 7 o f 7 J Jo 180 150 4 601 50 8 60 100 4 SO sr. 7 00 11 14 7S 17 50 30 (10 E 00 on 3 0U 4 00 no: 8 Oft 12 16 tt 15 WW 22 m v zisor 27 On 44 30 00 SO W 00 6". 40 00 75 SOt Ml SO SO tt 00 sol low w 25 on 50 on tow wl MOO Wl WM 00 KIS 00 W 120 00 jr. 4 Wl So sr H 40 11 SO 14 00 1M 1 W 00 27 0 U 17 00 24 AO 10 40 12 u ImUtol aarertioemaaU, 10 par eon, aa- oaaee eu tbe above rata. Tripie-eolaaa aarertiaeaenU.S) par east. ad- VUM a til- aiiA. nm Asrartiesaentste eeeupv rpertal peettlea, IS nr cant, adraaea aa tbe abere rataa. al Kotice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 June 1877

THEfMIUWaaCHHJte MILAN, ni Aitefan ssi ixi. A delegation of colored ra6&3&f Louisiana waited TT the 8th, neces: nizinr ctqnfii. ..... 1 1 1 .1 ill, should. LS .J,y'0c MUii - t" A. - w. ' kww 2 ."-V... , some tbiuointotrte4 WL . and eallelf f.tr 'fttf'n fA vo,ved tbhtranetfon. Not to nor act IiS..ii: h.sjj x. t r senting,Uie na'ms . of -eYTaTt"lor?di Iraiid a quarUrnritikj-fco, Ti v x r . W V ' . - j. "..' men wT. tn.-V4 X..irf:,r"1,f..vn AJT e ntiu of their eleoiv .s-..'. lT- 'feui. ..5irreal awxonzas ft is to me. and no less uem assured Uif 1A. that thr u-iiwtious f BiaMljk. ?, r should ie. Mmile iimi1,Uau.lv;I-a JlDa FJoi4diI aCTV-asWnMon irfct lokf cafrar'Ti' " truJTtre4sHl'xPlli . t T --T.- t ..'" r ' - rescntative who called upon him for a similar purpose, theITi'k'iil said upon him for which hliiTecttoi.varimm-'.fil'elv4d ers of ttatiflTOvferiunent In dfeal-. ing with persons of colopfTnakrftfplU sen-e fe,nnnbbxh'land ifiertftS Amendmeli tollie Wnnhi!iRn in their sj)ir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 June 1877

W. A.Wil.p,brliTr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. s fJle ftntShc! t (.4 .VoreMfe e-tf Xvtking in It.)" ' He .- tjn-Hnd-twonty, , Mie- van ina'--liil a a queen. He hud yriliuSry fealurt-H. . . n (An uuii.MiM affair). She, the (Inintiext of erewtnre. a; r ' -H He Ih Iji IJ her and wax raptured. ' IletirrVfi-aveTl htinwIT rnraptnred ' 111 & Vl'rv Htf In v-l.tlo . .... iu nun hiiyiv, fa so hnJvnt'ret, . r 1 at-HajiAujB" tuiAiA . Til th.t u ur li. ..-..,.,1- i:.. r...i Those aoft nothiies,iacfkUJtitt. Mie would Iieiivken to liiin l' hiIIv - (Juxt ax m;tf'!on lVasHil; He d'laciMl L cJvved U raiiaUv--. TWlili-fi Vmi vr-i-dili-lv tnieV." -He along; the luri thk s.trn5 fnr "fs' Mie wan there, eji(i)fi-d yi Muyius (yiiite ))i-(.HiL !ioii.-h , mind !), J . While Apollo. In hfc. . hiloj J Tinted every' golden trrsn, " lit? exclaimed, tn accent tnder, 'Jic my bride "'And fbe xiiid "J't'j." 3iothi:rantd sov. ,J te tlman-- .ok. Ik- aisht. clever lad, Sir James, is my Philip, and I'll not say but what I'm p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 June 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JUKE 21. 1B77. Gold opened and cloeed in New York Tuesday at 105J. Decatnr, Ala., was nearly destroyed by fire last Thursday. Low over IW.OOO. After a threw dayi figbt at Kan, the Russiam were repulsed with great elaugUter last week. . The Clark ville Be view u to be moved this week to Erin, where it will in future be published. We hope it may prosper. The Widow and Orphan Fund Life Insurance Company, of NahviUe,ka resumed business with a surplus largs er than the laws require. The Supreme Court adjourned last Thursday. The Court denied a mo tion for the re-hearing in the case of Min Wilson, who is to hang on the 14th of July. The Jackson papers last week re ported only two cases of small pox. Many very fc!ih rumors have been epread, none of which are1 tTUC There is no danger in visiting Jack son. The first lot of new wheat sold in Augusta, Ga., at $2.25, and several larger lots changed hands subsequent ly at $2.002.10. It is thought the market there will sett...

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