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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 June 1877

TIIEEXCILVXGE W. A. WADi; l:4ilr and rtl Utter. M KMRirtioK RtTi:. Twod.. liars a year-, medullar Tor six monthr filly rent for three Mouth. i aibi.v i fir . I 1 1 I l i- ! if I 1 iftk " week . 3 week 1 tmmtlt n ft 4 -s r " " 1 year... I '! 1 7i ? ill' 3 (! 4 il r. .Vi: 1 Vt' 8 Roil 4 "xi1 fi i 1i .Vi 2 ' 3 Zi 4 5 7V 12 .Vi. ; .vi: 4 nn' s so 7 nn in ii ir, i 4 (i hn. .ii. Ji i 10 ; 'i i id .vi 11 14 7.-, (, ii ii ! Ii Jn Vi II im 17 . y, .in TT 7 i (i tl Hi Ml 31 Hi 27 in 44 ill H ( I.i .Vi h mi tm .10 j i 111 I'l 111 Ml i 411 .Ml c 1(1 Til l) si lii jii 17 no 01) Lt im ::i ui m v it i: in ai tut 27 ii : w i 75 on Ui u Inulic-ciluir.n atrurti-einent, M per cent, ad vance un the Imv rules. Trifl-"tlnmn adrrtieinent, 31 irr cent, ad vance on tli hImivc rate.. AdvertiM-incnt t or.-ui.y rpecial position, 10 1it rent, fi'lvanrc on the aliove ratvn. Mfn Nnli.n'," iin the fame typo as local reii'iins: matter .1 In cent per line. All tranriciit nlvcrUfcmenti. mu-t lie paid for in fld vmice...

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. — 28 June 1877

THE MILAN FXPlH lM RF I W. A.WinK, rM!hfr. MILAN, TEXNESSF.L. I CUKKENT TOPICS The engineers who made the geolog ical survey and sounding for the sub marine tunnel between France and Eng land report the tunnelU perfectly prac ticable, as there is a continuous bed of chalk between the. two shores. The Collector of Customs at El Paso, Texas, informs the Secretary of the Treasury of the capitulation of El l'aso. Mexico, to the partisans of IVrdo Te- iado. under the immediate command of 1. Z. Machoro, Colonel 2d Kcgimer.t Mexican Infantry, who is acting under the authority and instructions of (Jen eral Escobedo. The uprising is spread ing throughout Chihuahua. The Col lector adds : "It is authoritatively stated that 0,11'ite a large body of men will as semble at this point for the ostensible purpose of entering Mexico to develop her mininr interest, but many think o - their object is entirely different." A KifPATCir from Fort Clark, Texas, 10th, says: On Monday last a detach ment of Mex...

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. — 28 June 1877

THE; MILANEXCHANGE. TT. A. Wirt'., PsMlkher. MILAN, TENNESSEE. A Souir tut the Girl r'tove. A svoru t tin- prirl I love Hod love hu-rl. -.nu me Ira-tant mouth Hint melts on mine, Tlie nhlninnTin trvs.scs uueoiitroll'd Tliut olaep Iict wok with tendril (fold; Tlie blossom mouth mid tlie dainty chin. And the little dimples oat lintl fiH-""" ' .: The priil I to Hod love her! A song for the jrlrl I love God love tier! A song tor the eyes ot faded Ujfht, And the rheoli jwlipm TJ Ita waned to white; The quiet hrow, with it hlmdow and gleam. Ana tlie dark liafr finxtpexl in long, deep ureatu ; The small hnndnpi i-rel lof tltrirelittreliym-d And the lilies dead ,i her swvet dead breast, i ne nui i tnrca - .-- Goif Jov' her! " ' " -.St. Jamrt Mngaeinr; ' m.r i. ' I -1 A It-Xiij)t lal Ode. Wc lined to walk tnm-tljrr In te twilight,; lie wliiMporinir tender word no sweet and low, -. . . An down the green limes w lien the dew was falling, And through the woodland when the bird wen ealliiiK, We ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 June 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JUNE 28, 1877. At the great fire in fit. Johns, N. B., last wetlc, property valueJat $20, 000,000 was destroyed and thirty lives lost The liussiang have crossed the Dan ube, and some severe fightinj has al ready occurred. We look now for eome desperate battles. President Hayc contemplates a southern tour. We hope he will visit this section and see lor himself the condition of affairs. Will wonders never cease? Archie Thomas has actually put a " patent outside" on the Springfield Record, after fighting it bitterly for six years. The Texas Pacific Railroad seems to be gaining friends all over the country. We have little doubt that Congress will give it substantial aid next winter. The Jackson Whig and Tribune cod Bun have consolidated, and will appear this week as the Tribune and Sun. This is a good move for pub lishers and advertisers. Judge Hilton, the manager of the estate of A. T. Stewart, having refus ed the admission of Jews into his Sar atoga Hotel, has r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 July 1877

THE EXCHANGE W.A.WAIE.Kta)ra,(( Pnbll-her. Hl KStRIPTIWX KATHf. Two dollars year: onedollar forri wniithr: Brtjr eeou lor three mouths, ctr ault IX -u- ADVKRTIKISTU RATIJt. r I I i : I : I : : : : I : I : ) i 1 week 3 weeks 1 munlh 2 " S 4 - 5 " " " I year ll 1 Vj 2 n 2 4 On 5 S (l 7 8 icr I I 751 2 i z r 4 ' 5 in vi u '2 P JCi li So IS 17 m ? a ii 27 SI! S .vi; 4 An! s W 7 rii xvi n Ul 17 1st -ii (m (m ; ' 4 i) St: C Ml 7-V i III in () (Hi 1, mi 75 2" ' Mi 21 5ii . 27 l l .) i IK) ( Ml 45 III A .VI V .VI. 12 Ml' 15 22 Ml' l (Ml X! (i 44 mi .VI III ft" mi 75 W 111 Ml 15 III 3 III 25 l 4H .VI Ki ft l III 70 li in an 12uo Ml HI lit) I If I l i) w Iok,ie-eo)umn adrertisernents. Viper cent, nd oof on the above rate. Triple-column adrertisenteiit, 20 per rent, ad Vance on the altor r. tM Advertisements to oeruny speelat position, 10 ct wni. advance on the alMire rates. "Loral .N'Miivf," iin the same type ai local rnulinr matter. Vi rents per line. All transient advertisements seast be pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 July 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WlE,PM!h. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUKKEXT TOPICS The following additional particu lars have txen received regarding the Indian uprising in Idaho; The "scene of the first massacre is. on the Salmon River and tributaries of that stream coming in from the northern side, drain ing Camas Prairie and neighboring mountains. The f-ettlement called Camas I'rairie covers the foot-hills to the north of Florence Mountains. The Indians did not kill the women and children, but al lowed them to betaken under the escort of a friendly squaw to Slate Creek, which had thus far leen left undisturbed. At SlateCrevk the whites have fortified them selves in a stockade fort, into which have leen received the. wives and chil dren of the murdered men, together with, the families of men who had escap ed the inasaci'8. Their position was considered extremely critical, as the In dians had h-lared their determination to take the fort and murder the men, and it was Iw-lieved th-v would not agai...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 July 1877

THE MIUNJXOHANGE W.i. XfkUK, Publisher. MILAN, . . TENNESSEE. Trouble in the CLoir. Tberw vat something ho unusual in Ibe aing ina; of the choir That the Elder looked up mildly from the tenth of Jeremiah, And vith readjusted t-j-rgiaMa locked along the fort-moot row, M'hll a hundred necks were twisted in a star from all below. As before the rolling thundrrcomen a distant, walling laoan. There was presage of dlniuiixiuce In the very organ's tone. Just the popping of the pickets, ere the bat tle's awful din. Or the tuning of the fiddles ere the orchestra begin. - An unprejudiced observer might have aeea with half an eye There was waiting an erplotdon t hnt w ould blow them all sky-high. Or spontaneous combustion, to accept a mod ern name. That w as waiting Just a motion to burst forth into flume. The Soprano sat In prandeur, with her book before her face, With her back comb turned in anger on the Alto and the lias ; While the Tenor stood beside her w ith an cle vatcd nose. And the Org...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 5 July 1877

THURSDAY. JULY .1, 1877. It is t?aid that Oakcy Hall has been appointed war correspondent of the Ntw York Herald. Another severe storm parsed over parts of Ohio and Indiana .Saturday night. A number of people were killed. Rev W C Johnson, editor of the Memphis Western Methodist, has been made a D. D. by Emory and Henry College. We congratulate the Doctor. Of the sixty thousand dollars asked for to save the Methodist Publishing House at Nashville, S2G.197.93 have been raised. The Memphis Confer ence was assessed 83,000, and ha ceived only $1,241.13. The Iowa Republicans, in conven tion assembled, refused last week to endorse the Southern policy of the administration. The indications are that Hayes will have a hard fight with the bloody shirt members of his par- ty. Gov. Dorshtimer, of New York, pays Jilden was , not ia favor of the Electoral Commissi n. Why didn't lie let it be known sooner, then ? Pos sibly there would never have been an electoral commission if he had spoken out aga...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 July 1877

TIIKKgCIIAXGK: V. .WAI)r,tdll.ri,J Paalikkvrr. MTMCKIPTIO K4TI1K. TwodoUee yrnT; one Jollar fcrsix aiontlir: .iy eenu Jr three months, miitiiii.i Kit- AIYF.RTIMIU o t H 1 2 i 5 L ' ? 1 ; Tine, j tr J week i 1 l: 1 7-V 2 Ut S f; 4 ) i oil id ft! ! weeka ! 1 & I f S Ml- MC 6 iw S 11 mi S wek i 2 t S 25 4 oil 4 7i wo ft) Si mi 1 miniih; 2h I l' 5 7 lu mi 1 m o", (m 2 I w C .Vi 8 "i II v im-t! K ;t i mh H .Vi 11 ;Vi J 7;,jii ii :i h 4 s i in s 14 17 r .vi :rr m m (m ft 7 im K uu 3j iw ll 44 i 7i C " t! H .') S ii i-i o :i tut .Vi mi M w .l " ' in , 17 tit) Jrt ( " i u ft, ti fin H", uri 5 rear...;!! m & ia! T. im Utm.tt ! 7T IX M f uiil.te-rl:!mn ndvtrtiseroenta, 1(1 per ceut. ad- aiif tin almvv rntes. Triil'v.luinn ndvertiseiaeuO, Sj W cent, ad- Viin:i- on llie above rau-. Adv,rliv,m',nt to orpnoy r-e-ijil position. 10 er ent. adv.-int on the rale, .o-al N.'ti'-i," ia the came type a? local readme lutittr. V- rent tier line. 11 tninaiem ivr-tjin' !:ir ir.u-t be paid for in dvan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 July 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, ff. A. ttAKK, ruU;hr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. OUKKEXT TOPI CS A correspondent with Gen. How ard's expedition against the Xez-rerccs Indians, in Idaho, sent the following dispatch, on the 27th ult., from Carnal Prairie, the scene of the Indian mas sacre: We marched from Mount Idaho to this place Monday afternoon, a dis tance of ten miles. Yesterday Gen.How ard made a reconnoisssance in force, leaving a strong uard in camp. We proceeded to tlie scene of Col. Terry's late battle with the Indians, and found and buried 27 of the dead soldiers, which leaves six of ihe bodies yet to be found. Lieut. Taller's body has not yet been found. Those buried were in such an advanced stage of de composition as to be unrecognizable. All the arms and equipments were taken by the Indians. Most of the bodies were scalped. We found and brought into camp, Manuel, one of the settlers reported dead after the massacre on Salmon lliver. He . is wounded in two places and was almost starved. The n...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 July 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. Wild:, rshl'.aher. MILAN, TENNESSEE. A Strip of Bine. T Lt'CT LARCOV. And look through Nature up to Nature" tixL" I do not own an Inch of land, llut all I we In mine The orchard and the mowing-fields. The lawn and garde ua fine. The winds tuy tx cUrctor are, They bring roe thilhes divine Wild scents and subtle essences, A tribute rare and Iree ; And, more majrniflcent than all, My window keeps for ne A Blimps of blue lmmi nslly, A little strip of sea. Uirhcr am I than be who owns Great fleets and argosies ; I have a share in every ship Won by the inland breeze To loiter on yon airy road Above the apple-tree. I freight them with my untold dreams, Each bears my own picked crew; Ana nobler cargoes wait for them Tlyin ever India knew My hliips that sail into the Kast Across that outlet blue. Sometimes they seem like living shapes The people of the sky Guests in white raiment coming down - From heaven, which is close by; I call them by fnmiliiir names. As one by...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 12 July 1877

j .1 1 1 2 E THURSDAY. JULY 12, 177. The J uue report cf the New Or leans Cotton Exchange shows no change in Louisiana, better prospect" in Mi.ippi aud a 1 g favorable con dition in Arkansas. The Memphis Apjcal is doing feme noble work for that city in ad vocating the biiihling of mills, factor ies, etc. That is what all oar south rn cities au J towns neeJ. The typographical appearance of the Bolivar llulletia has improved very much riuce its new dress was donned. AYe hope its S nances are improving in the same ratio. The Iudian war in Oregon promises to be tedious and bloody. There has already bven eonje "-Vt re fighting, but it seems impossible to bom. in the Indians so as to ca)ture or conquer them. Many of our exchanges v. p.nt the dollar of our fathers" restored to to circulation. We know sev eral ijcople who would not object to the dollar of their mothers or " any other man." Hendricks seems to be "the coming inan" for President in 1 880. Many papers already have his name at t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 July 1877

THE EXCHANGE MARKET HE PORTS. COItaCCTKD WXIKIT T BALI TlISOOI. Mil. July 1. H7T. rrrT aad I'mdae MwrWel. Calk meat elewr dt'T;. 7 shoulder ; 5 Kaenn, per .. - ,' .1' ft H.ms ...-.......... M Shoulder .. A A.WAIIE, Ild(trftu4 Pnblinhrr. F -n i pt r M'ltM HI PTI O X C tTI.S. Tw dollar a year: on dollar for til monthr: y eenu lr three iuonthi, im iKi!.i.v ix ad- 'K. U U JlJLJLLJ u f ir, A coffee .. , " brown . Milan AVFKTIKI.U KiTIIS. I I i 1 1 i !. I 1 - ' : ? C ! : ; 2 ' S- ! f f , ? i ! N 1 M f : ! ; ! I. ottw, goon it 10 Lard , ii", tn j. .. 1 A2'i2 ZH 1 ou Hour Meal, per bushel....... Butler Chiekens, per doxeo w chT!!ZZrj VOLUME IV. MILAN, TEXX., JUTT. 19, 1877. number 21. l in 1 VI 2 KI 2 Hi 1 7-V .t r. 4 III fi Sfi 2 l 3 4 ! 4 IM i So In i 1", ft i a. 4 flu S 7 t (Ki is rm 2 14 l 9 .! i H 10 HI 1", 1(1 HI s .vi ;i im ii; ii ,vi in ii i II .Hi II 7S 31 i til i ;i Hi 4 j S i ID ri 14 (m 17 ro l'I .Vi :?7 (i tti im ft ' 7 i '2 .n hi m ii (u 27 ti 44 ii 7") hi 0 8 : II Vi li Hi 22...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 July 1877

THE MILANJXCHANGL W. A. WAUK, l'itit:W. MILAN, 1 . " TENNESSEE. C U1UIENT TOPICS Dispatches from Tort Lapwai and Lewiston, on the 7th, give particulars of further fighting; between the troops and Indiana in Western Idaho. It seems that on the 6th, Col. Terry, with a detachment of 30 men, who was in pursuit of Chief Joseph, came across another band of hostile under Looking Glass. The Indians attacked the troops with great spirit, and killed Lieut. Haines, 10 soldiers and two citizens. Col. Whipple fortunately came up with reinforcements and saved the remainder of the little band, besides driving off the Indians with considera ble loss, destroying their lodges and capturing 1,000 horses. The situation is represented as being very bad ; the whole country overrun with hostile, and the settlers forced to flee with their families and abandon their entire pos sessions. The invitation of Capt. Howgate to the merchants of the large cities of the United States to assist pecuniarily in his Pol...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 July 1877

THE MILANJXCHANBE W A.WiOK, r.bliakrr. MILAN' - TENNESSEE. He Never Told a Lie. 1 saw him utandiim in the crowd A comely youth and litir! Tbe.it u a lriKhtnmi in liln-eye, A (rlory in til hair! I saw his comrade gaze on him His comrade Rtandirifr by; J heard them whixprr eac h to each, "He never told a lie !" I looked in wonder on that boy, A he Mood there ho younir; To think that never an untruth Wax uttered by bin toncue. I thought of all the boy I'd known Mywlf aaiongtlie try And knew of none that one could say " He never told a lie !" ' I a-axed upon that youth with awe That did enchain me long; I hnd not seen a lxy before. So perfect and do tron. And with a sonx-thing of rejrret I wished that he wan I, So they mlKlit look at me and say: "He never told a lie !" I thought of question very hard Kor boy to answer riKbt" " How did you tear thoe pantaloons?" " My son! what caued the fltht?" ' Who left the irate ajitr la-t nisht?" " Who bit the pumpkin-pier' What boy could answer all ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 19 July 1877

L as--.- -. THE EXCHANGE I " . TIIURSDAY. 'JULY 19, 1S77. 1 Urn H-v' t,f l 4i t i I . . i i ..i - I i - .in a pitched Lattle a lew days mice. New Orleans received the f.r.-t bale of new cotton on the 'llt! Inst. It w.18 raied in Texas. "kludge Duling has ronton ted to be A candidate for Mayor of Nashville. If Nashville tluu't elect him she ought to be disfranchised. 1 The Cincinnati Enquirer very fcd ilbly alviae.s emigrants to go south . instead of west, and gives many good reasons why they will do better if they take that course. How we wish we were a steer. Fteera never perspire. PM.i Citi zen. Just wait a year or two, until you are grown; then your vUh will be j granted. Min Wilson, the murderer of officer lVrkius, was hanged in Jackson last Saturday. Owing to the slipping of the noose, his neck was not broken, and he was strangled to death, lie j From Mr James G. Cantrell, Sec hung forty five minutes bcfl.rc he was ! rotary to O.mmisMoncr J. IJ. Kille. 'i , , T .. , ' brew, of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 July 1877

THE EXCHANGE XAIHirr REPOSTft. CoaatCTED vkrclt IT aL a YHOOT- Mila. July 13. 1S7T. Jrcry and Preilwe Market. T 1- Bulk meat clear dc... ' houlder.. Bacon, per 7 ft i- 12' i Kl'RH( Kip-riw K4TKK. Twa dollars year: cnedullarfiirrix month?: II y eeuu for tkrtw months, nittit IX i-x-g. H linm. noaldcra.... tuirar, A coffee.. " brown Caff, good Kin... AMVr.RTlKlKU RATKM. Lard. Hour... .. Meal, per ba.het Hotter Chickens , per dot on.... Egjra ' .. best EXOHANGO MILAN . c- e S. 3 ft E- or e . 8 r : : S r-'i 10. s 9 VOLUME IY. MILAN, TEXX., JULY 26, 1877. NUMBER 22. S 1 1 (' fl fi Si A U i 7 (W 12 ( ID (i is li 1 im 22 7S a : i it .V :C !: ii 44 M) X! ( .Ml : w 'i45 IW 75 .ill l III .SO 15 (HI SO 9i (m 20 i .'(I 4o im til fit) l (HI Hi 111 l Til In I Kf m i n) it) lie, to 00 1 Ji () 1 l fi 8 SV 4 (m S jn , Ml 11 VI 14 l H 5 1H (l 13 M 27 ;"J. 4 .V. 5 : 7 so II M 14 Mi 17 ui ai (! Jt IM 1TH t (! S 2 m 4 4 Wij 6 5 (' 8 1 Ofl IU 7 wi.J2 S M;t 10 17 12 i ' ) rear.-1 loubie-roluiau advertisawe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 July 1877

THE MILAN. 'EXCHANGE,! W. A. WIPE. raMifchrr.. TENNESSEE. MILAN, OUIffiEXT TOPICS On the 12th, General Howard, with'a force of 400 men, three howitzers and a Gattling gun, attacked Joseph and 300 of the Nez Perces Indians, on the South Fork of the Clearwater, Idaho. The fight lasted from I to g r. m, -. Eleven men were killed on our side and 24 wounded, among whom was Captain Bancroft of the Fourth Artillery, who was badly wounded in the left side, and Lieutenant Williams in the arm and in the leg while gallantly charging at the head of the troops. The Indians were twice driven ' to their entrenchments, where Joseph was strongly fortified, A .arge number of the hostiles were killed and wounded. A dispatch, dated the ICth, was re ceived from Gen. Howard at the "War Department, on the 19th, stating that the larger portion of the hostile Indians had fled eastward toward the buffalo country, and were being pursued by him. Joseph had sent word to Gen. Howard that ie wanted to negotiate f...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 July 1877

THE MIUNJXCHANBE H. A. TCD,:. Pyblih,r. "MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. Noon In the AVoodH. Tin- c-iUiniifM of tliU noontide hour. The nliuJ(.-i.r this wood, . . .. . The fragrance of earh IMiiift floww, Arc warvelouxly frood ; O, here crazed apirits breathe the balm Of narure'a aolitndo. It i a nioKt delirious calm.., . TliHt resU'th wij-thm The holiness of Miiil-Hiiug pnaltnT " Of f-lt but voieeleK" prayer! Willi hcartx too full torM-ak their bliss HmV creatures sileut ar. Tlicy Hilcnt arc; but not the Iohh' ' ' ' In this inoa tranquil hour - Of deep, unbroken tlreainiiieaa Tliey o a tlmt love and power Which, like the softest xunhhlne, rests on every leiif and fltraer. William JfoMcrareM, lAnes on a Beautiful Girl. All golden Is her Viifrtn head. Her check u bloomy row-, CurnatioB bright th fluttering red That o'er it softly Hows; Itut neither g'in nor floweret vies Willi that clear wonder of her eyes. lint i ice huth line like theirs been given To lie beheld of me; And once 'tm as In the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 26 July 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JULY 2G, 1877. Cholera Is reported to be in New York. It is rumored In Washington Uat Gen. Grant is to take command of the Turkish army. The Governors of Maryland, Ve?t Virginia and Pennsylvania areunahle to control the rioters in their state?, find Lave called on the President for ti.?itance. It is reported the Turks have been defeated in battle, with a loss of J5, 000 men. It is further eaij the Turks have sued for peace, but the Ituwiaiifs will not treat until they rpneb Con stantinople. We believe it was the Governor of Pennsylvania who, a few months fincc, offered a large army to subdue the southern states and inaugurate JIayes. Now he cannot raj.fe army enough to subdue the rebels in his own state, and has to call on the Gov ernment for help. The American Association for tjie Advancement of Bcienee will meet in Nashville on the 29th ot August. The local committees have made groat preparations for the entertainment of this body of distinguished gentlemen,...

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