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

THE EXCITANGE T. A. ff.llr. Frill r nnl Pnbli-hrr. Ki nM RIITIO nTI. wa 'dlars rear: one dollar for ix inonthr: "T "-lit lor trec months, ahiabi.t is tArtt. aivi:ktisij kitm. fli 3 TIMK. I : J week I I Z weeks .1 weeks I Ini'llU 1 So 2 fto' 3 .Hi; 4 Sit i fi (( oDi 15 () 2 hi: S 2"' 4 5 7.' H (i 12 .: Lit tl 2 .vi 4 vi 4 id; ft .vi. 7 Vi HI ! !.- ii i"J i .vi .111 11 VI Iri vi : 4i ii j i'i 8 Vl II .! 14 7" LM V' HI Ml it) 4 - G " " 1 year.. vi lw hi 14 vi 17 Mi m .r, ui vi no 7 vi li flii 1.; ml 3) V' 27 ki 41 ii 7 il h t."i:i mi is m i v vi ( mi vi 10 i 17 VI 23 ii i Vi .',s ii iv, vi J.i. VI 12 Vi ) VI 7 V) K.I VI 4 v) 7" vi 1 JJ vi tiiiul.le-r.il limn advert infment', 10 per cent. ad vance on the above rules. Triple-column a lveiticnicnts, 20 per rent. ad vance on the aliove rati?.. dvci liicuieiiUi to occupy special position, 10 J t ,?nt. advance on the alovc rate. .nl Notices," (in thu Mine type ai local reading matter.) lilciit per line. A It tmimicnt a.lecrtiiMMHenU UiUt lie...

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 August 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. AHLAX, 'TENNESSEE. C UKKENT TOPICS A mspatcii from Rio Grande City, Texas, 21st, to the Galveston News, says that great excitement prevails on. ac count of the arrest there, by Col. Price, of the United States Army, of Gen. Es coIkhIo and staff. The latter was just getting ready to cross thej-iver, and was expecting a lot of arms by boat. , . , ,, The English garrisons at Gibraltar sind Malta are to lie largely reinforced, and the British fleet in Eastern waters is also to be etrcngthened. On the 22d, orders were issued for the Second, Eighth and Sixteenth Regiments to em bark immediately for foreign scrvice,and other regiments were ordered to be held in readiness for immediate embarkation. Humors were current in London that the Jovernment will, if necessary, protect Constantinople from falling into the hand of the Russians." j i . .' The Ohio democratic Stale Conven tion was held at Columbus on the 2oth. Hon. Ii. M. Bishop, of Hamilton Coun ty, was nominated 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 August 1877

THE MON EXCHANGE. W.A. W4IIE. Pebliahrr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. Droiilnj? Corn. Iretty l'ha-be Lane and I, In the (Mift Mar ealbT, llarelOnC'Whofiirr" iw'n f- -' Irrrtilriff earn tngrther. Side by Hi l ecrtws t he fleM Hack and furtli we liiirrii-il; All the Roliii-n (Trains we lnpjMMl XHn the tilowaliaiv Lulled. " ." ,.....,...' Bluebirds on the liedses nut t'hiiiiii low and billing: Why." thonplit I, ' not follow suit If themaid 1 n-liling?" ....--- - So I a hifpered," I'liadie deur, Kiss me" ' Ki-vp on dropping!" Culled her father from hi plow, " There's no time for htnpping . The tmrd m loosed tlie moment aped, The golden charm wa linden. , Never more Iwtween us two Word of love w an sjioken. What a little Blip rTmetimei, All our boj; rcli mj-'" ' r How tlie mc-rest lireatli of elianee Breaks our Joy to view ! ' buirww'a cup, Uiouku after tlruinaul, - Never liu-ks for lining; And w e can't get Kortune's KNs When tfio maid is willing. Maurice Thompmm, in Aufftut Atlantic. Tlie Latter ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 August 1877

E THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1877. "Wouldn't a " north ern policy" work well now, since the strike? Hon. Henry W: Ililliard. of Geor gia, Las U-en appointed Envoy Ex traordinary and Minister plenipoten tiary to Brazil. The email misdeeds of southern Ku-Klux dwindle to ineignificance ly the side of ths Lawlessness in the north during the past ten days. Had half of the strike troubles occurred in the Houth, the Jvorth would have clamor ed for reconstruction. It is their ox that is gored this time. The Baltimore Sun says it is worth while to Inquire what the draft riote . of 1863 co.--t the city of New York in money paid for prifale building? burned or gutted and valuables de stroyed. The total amount, as shown , by official figures of the Comptroller's office, was not less than ?l,748,4o6. 39. A far larger 6 um of losses came out of business men in the injury to trade during those days of chaos, but this one loss rested upon tho tax-payers alone. " STATE ITEMS. - Henry Gosling, of this state...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 August 1877

THE EXCHANGE W.A. WAKF, r.di(vrand PublUhcr. r.stniPTiox j TwoeViar yaart d..JI,rfor si month': tfty rer.u fur ti.f. ugiuiii. i.wagiaeir ix -vavcg. AIVERTIIVU B TI. Tim. c l J.wevk I 1 M i TV 2 3 'i 4 V M i U 2 week l Vi 2 V. 3 ;." 4 .Ml' 6 ll Sit 15 3 rrk , 2 (.; 2f: t S" 4 75 ' K - 3i (i I Ill-nil h 4 ' -i " T 0" 1" I'Hi ti" "J5 Ul 2 " 4 no fi VI S U ii 1 li 22 ! 4i 3 5 ii Si I 11 .in ! 75 31 i:ti (m .Sii Oil i ( 111 M IsV J7 .-mj H :) .f7 lll Ol W fit Vo lb 'W 21! ft I T. tJ 44 (Hi Til ft V: la SO IK (i 22 (i '! m Vi mi Ml ii A U " III JU 17 Ul 21 I'l 'IT u. ) year.. ! 12 W W ai 1I 4 4.0 ) T5 Ul 1 OU in ju 17 wi 2; i. ; tj ii it". mi Joubie-ohiinn adverfjx.oteut.", 10 per cnt. ad vance ) tllC abl- rates. Triple-column -lyertui-ittciMK, 20 iicr cent. ad vance -tti t L aliTe r-i. Advcrli-cuients to ML. y i y l,.Ciou, J) I -it ent. advance t.11 thuya tajcs. .oral Notices." 'ill n.e nic type a? JvCl.1 reading matter. Ill cents Kr line. II trnitsiiriit a -1 crtt-cmenl mu-t lc paid for...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 August 1877

THE M)LANEXCHANGE. W. A. WK, F.hUk. MILAN', - . TENNESSEE. CUIiKENT TOPICS. i , - The Central Council of the Labor League, - whose headquarters are in Washington, have transmitted a petition to the President of the United States, urging that' steps be taken immediately to end the existing labor troubles and restore traffic, law and order. They op-J pose any compromise with actual riot ers, or those countenancing riot, and de clare that the impending amine in large cities, imminent: suffering of the great law-abiding labor element, loss and ru in to the agricultural population, , with undeveloped . evils Which may result from present troubles, justify the Exec utive, on behalf of the whole people, in calling prominent railroad men who, in their fit of passionate stubborness, it is said, refuse to' listen to either reason or the loud appeal ing of the people--to Washington, together with the leaders of the labor organization who have opposed violence, that existing difficulties niiffh...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 August 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. Wtor. P.hUher. TENNESSEE. MI LAX, The Ev'eninc Time. - ToKetlier we a alkeil In the evening time. Aliovr an tli nky spread golden and clear, And u bent hi bead and looked in my rye A if he held me of all most dour. Oh! It waa K-r-t In the evening time i Grayer the lljrlit (rrew and Rrayer still. The rook flitted home through the evening hade; The nlglitinipik-s aig where the thorns stood liig-li. As I walked with him in the woodland irlade. Oh ! it was sweet in the evening time! ....'.' And our pathway went through fields of wTai; T . j - . Narrow that path n'nd rouph the way. Vim Ii was near, -and the birds sang trtie, " And the stars came out In the twilight gray. Oh! It was sweet in tin evening tiinel i , -Softly lie spoke of days Ion at, Poftly of bleawed days to le ; Close to his arm and closer I prest. The eorn-fleld path was Eden to me. Oh! it wa sweet in the evening time! And the late gleams of daylight died ; My hand in his enfolded lay ; We swept the de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 August 1877

TIIEEXCllAyGE THURSDAY. AUGUST 9, 1877. Tlie New Georgia cous-titutioo n .quires voters to pay their taxes Lciore a ing allowed to vote. Tliat is right. The Pcnusylvauia tuiuers aie still striking, and a large force f Feileral wildiers are guarding the railroad and aninin property. There w as a lioavy fill in Gould in New York last Thursday, ay Gould waa knocks dowij an arya alxiut pight Aft by Majah A. Sclaver. Win. McKee, of .St. Louis, has Imh.'Ii sued by the Government for ?2,31 4,200, aud it is thought all the old whisky ring bus.inesj will be re opened. The MUsissjfjrt DemocraU hist week did a, wise thing in i:i!iiiii:itiiig Gov. Sioue for re-election. He is an pxcciicul oflicer and bhuuld have sm other term. More amenities of journalism : " Who wouldn't be au editor?" asked the Lafayette, Indiana Journal. "Y;tt wouldn't," replies an Illinois exchange, V if you tried a hundred years." When Congress meet--, if it wjil re K'al the resumption act and pass the Texas Pacific railro...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 August 1877

i THE EXCHANGE W. A.WADE,Mltam4 rlIUhrr. M"UH RIIT, KiTM. Two H..llar year oae dollar for si i month.'; iftjr cents ur tkree Months, nrjmiAHL ix i- ARTEKTIKIXV It AT KM. O ! 1 ' ; I r 2 TIMC. 1 i week I I ""' t '" ! V) In til J weeks I H I t VI 15 III 1 weeks i J i 3 t" 4 flu 5 75 i '2 :t, 3, m, I as. .nth 2 M 4 5 -Vl 7 ll W ) 15 Ml 25 111 j ' 4 i 5il hi 11 (m li ill M 4i la, 3 I S W H ail I All 14 75 at in : iii 511 ui 4 - 5 " " I year . 5 mi to VI 14 mi 17 Mt S! 5B .'C i l 7 ii 12 Mi t, ii ?ii in 27 10 44 70 II m-n h m mm 2 mi :i in -at m mm ii III 4H 17 Ml 23 III 2 ill :H ill III lii Ml 1! Hi 3 nil 27 III 1 Ul i-i III 75 III 131 IV DouMe-eotuma aUrt.i.aents, 10 per cent, ad 1 an re oa the almee rain. Triple-column advertisement., 30 percent, ad vance on tb abot ratea. Advertisement to oerupy special position, 10 1cr cent, advance on the above nln. wal Notices." (in the same type a I oral read i Br alter.) 111 neat per line. All transient advertisement HUM he paid fur in advance. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 August 1877

THE MILANJXGHANGE. W. A. WADE, rM!hrr. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. C UIUIENT TOPI CS. The Associated Press reporter at the National Capital is informed that a good portion of ,the President's Message, upon the reassembling of Congress, will oe devoted to the consideration of the tabor question. He says: "It is known that at the numerous Cabinet meetings held within the past two weeks this' subject has in several in stances been discussed, to the exclu sion of all other matters. Several mem bers of the Cabinet are known to favor the passage of a law providing for the organization of a commission, which shall have due regard for the interest of all concerned producers, merchants, railroad employees and capitalists so that on any question a fair compromise may be effected. A member of the Cabinet, in a recent conversation, spoke of this plan, and argued that Congress has a right to pass such a law. under the clause of the Consti tution authorizing that bodv to regulate commerce with foreign ...

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 August 1877

THE MILAN ' EXDHANGE. W A. WaWE. Psbli.Ber. MILAN, TENNESSEE. A Hope. Moa ly we gnlhvr suid with pain From mauv toils a scanty gain; We strive to know, but acaut our power. And short tl- time and strait the bound And ever onunjiuiitd towers The mortal IwmtW that surrounds , " hir being ; and J lie body ofUl, ', Imperious elave, betrays tne wflL Sloa ly we gather and with pain Rut quick tke MuUWriug again Whether it chanee-thr failing brain Ia U jlip the trruwure it hath won Through weary ilnyg, or Kudden blow Iay the uiiKliattered fabric low, ". And all our iluing In undone. 4 Mowly a nation build iu life From barbarous rliaoe Into nw And kindly social tiea and awe of powers divine. Y,r civil strife still opens wide within the walls The yawning jrnU that will not close I'util the koblext vh-tiiu faUn; Or, fierce without, the hlux-k of foea la one wild hour of blood o'ertlirowo The labor of the patient ver. Arid wlirB aMiistTbrvbi a ftppiTir?" Complete in stately Htrength to tctand, ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 August 1877

.,, - ,1- Ih THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 1S77. A mini by the uanio of A. I. Vox ington shot and killed G. W. Su-pli ens, in hi own. yard near RnlMon. tho ( other dux. T!ir at: tv.tti occurred nhtMit a tvuiaai, it said. TUo DtiwdtHl IWoivVMl luu-U ihf ttxvaoa vJt r TWturts A. w !,..; f.. .Widen!. ! i , . v t ii i- (....a WaJ- lUiui.fon. of ... i i K A V W.'m. : ro I Wrl. U pU.vd tho ntur of J..n. ( Whuthoruo at its head tVi Iwvwwrof Temi.v, t i i i i-it Mr 1- 1 J Joniinoii, of the Ioi.i- villo Evening t is a candidate , for Assistant Clerk of the Kentucky ! House of Representatives. He lui nerved twj terms in tho legislature, and has reported for two Lcgl-laturc. lie is fully competent for the position, and we hope he nmy be elected. The Memphis Chamber of Com merce latt week appointed a commit tee to memorialize the Secretary of AVar to place four or more Ming boat on the liprbt draft work in the Arka:i- Ba.? river to remove snags which have j lr ivrt-Al mn'iv lumt4 .lurlnnr t...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 August 1877

THE EXCHANGE . l ItM KIFTIO RTA. Two dollar a year: our 4..IIr for ii month': Crty eenu fot tbrce mwiUx. t,VAinni. I - Anrr.RTiKixc iiate. O e i i - Tim it. i-'i ! s ? ! if. : i 1 wuek I I , 1 7-V i ' 3 "'I 4 Kl 2 wcTk. 1 SJ 1 v' ': "" ' 3 week' ' t 3 T 4 V 5 TV 8 On 12 J 3j MM 1 month i J Hi s" ' " '-' ni 2 ' 4 no V?1 K Hi 11 (m IU ilit 4 n :i j 5 mi it :(, n -'iii u i.i.a i in ii so nt 4 - , e, oi in si 14 ll 17 Ml 'ill X Cll Ml in f, 7 ( 12 ' 16 l 3 iri 27 f) 44 t ?t III H I! I I M IS im u in in .Mi in i li ' " 'in ,i 17 ii A iij in si on . flu la-. ii 1 year... !i. W 3 ou i.7 (! " ill 75 i IJi l) lbin!te-eoluiai advert inementji. lnrwent. 4 lanee on the aliove eaten. Triple-column dv-rtirment, 20 per rent. ad vance on tlie above rate. Alvcrticmentii to oecnpy pe-la1 r-wition, 10 Iierccnt. advance on the above rnlca. .ocal Notice., 'In Imp tiame type ai lM-al readinr mutter, 1 10eenr per line. A 'I transient a l rrti -meats iu n't lie paid for in advance. 1 early advcrtiitenicnt,...

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. — 23 August 1877

0 THE MIL.-' EXCHANGE. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUIUIEKT TOPICS. A SEKiors disaster has befallen our troops operating againsftha hostile Nez reree Indians In Montana. On the 9th, Gen. Gibbon's command,, comprising all told 18Z officers and men,, made an attack upon the India -eamp located on the Big Hole, a two hours' engage ment having previously been fought, in which there was great loss on both sides. "The " charge upon the camp w ' repulsed by the Indians, who then endeavored to gain possession of a high wooded point occupied by our troops. In .this they were foiled, and Gen. Gibbon succeeded in fortifying this position and earing the remnant of his forces. The Indians then.,Jiroke camp and moved off m the direction of Baa nock. iCapU Logan and Lieuts. Brad ley and Bostwick wre killed, and Gen Oibbon, Capt. - William,--and I.wuts Coolidge, WordrnfF and English wound ed, the latter' seriously. The total number of killed was 25, inelud inr the officers named, and the wounded numbered 40....

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. — 23 August 1877

THE MILANJXCHANGE. W. A. WAD!:. PaMiaher. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. The little Years. --. Tbeae years ! these years '. that lunitfUtj- years Once they were pretty tilings ; Their tulry footfidls met our ars Our eye tlietr glanc-ln ainga. They flitted by our acboolboy tray; . We chased tin; little iugst play, r knew tliom, toon, fortrlckny elves; -f Tho broujiht the college? gown. With tlionrlitlul book filled op onr shelves. Darkened our lis with down. Played with our throat, and lol the tone Of manhood had become our own. Alan! tlioes little roirues, the years, Had fooled tue many a day. Ducked half the lix ka above my ear. And United the ret with ffrar. . -Tbej-ve h-it me wrinkle great and f mull I fear that they have tricked us alt Well, (five the little year., their way: Think, apeak and act the while; I.itt up the bare front to the day. And make their wrinkles smile. ' They mould the noblest living head; They carve the best tomb for the dead. ' ' ItoiUm Trarwriit. -. - A Quiet Bit ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 August 1877

as vHE EXCHANGE f tllUHSDAYAl'GUST 23, 1877. "lon. Alexander It. Stephens vis ited Chattanooga tat Monday. i Blakcmore & Co., of Memphis, have" gone into" bankruptcy; liabilities 130,000, aavbt $0,000. We hate missed revral fcsucs of Ihe Memphia Avelauclie and Colum bia Herald lately. What h the mat' frr? . . . Randall has announred himself in favor of the Texas Pacific; Puilroad. That will retire bis doctlon to the fcpeakerbhip leyoud a doubt, we think. . Sam Gaines' Kentucky New Fra, published at IIopkinsvllle is decid edly one of the ppicicst, best papers 1ve receive. It in a trrait to read his editorial items. Judins by his lv. letter in lat J week's Jackson Dispatch, we think ''Echo" is Completely carried nwaj With the charms of our Milan giris. lleethor the sentiments and feelings Df many other young men. The attention of the Postal authori- tics is called to the careless maimer in a fr each fatal epidemic. It which the mails between Memjihis j ;sjst as fallacious to expec...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 August 1877

v. Y. . A.. W A I P. I Id 1 1 r a n t' u t I i h r r. M !iM uirrin kithm. Twn miv a year: one dollar for id month-: fry win, fr ibiee mouth. is aii.t i iD 'am:k. ADVrUTIM.NU K TI S. ' ' r 2 ! T1MK. 1 a- : ? ' i i i wree k ' nek wei fc. 1 1 7'.' 2 ' :i "" 4 i .M- ." 4 (. i '; S li 4 "' ft 7" 12 Vi 4 I1 j .'. i 7 (' in u j." mi li ."il H .VI 11 l. 1H 10 L'J .VI K .w, 11 .' II 7"i (( ml -J i ivi Id (i l'i i t". l) 4. ,Vl in On W "?l l) mi no lu" ii I J i ii I tilorilll 2 Vi 4 I" I i ItJ in VI It 17 M i.'. :SJ ll 7 ) Ji Ki U. "J l ' LT i' 44 ! k ir. i ! .VI IS it: IT,' m :'! ii i" j oi mi s ki ?s im -. t 12 iiu 2; mi '7 in iki 4.". UO 7." in i ii l.i-- "t ii i a advrti-iiient", lu per rent. nJ- am-? mi t he nl.ov e r.tte-. "J i i: Ire, .Inn, n advert iM-nit-nty, 3 percent, ad- vaiuf m the above rati-". A'lv-iti:.emeiiti tii oi-cutiy hperial ;.oition, 10 IT fit. advanee on I In- above ratif. 'l.oilll Noli'-ef," '111 tie ftalil type US loeill nu iinir matter.) 11 ipn! f-e:' line. A 11 ti ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 August 1877

THE MILANJXCHANGE, W. A. 1TIK, P.bli.sM-. MILAN', r . TENNESSEE. CUKKEXT TOPICS. Hon. John Sherman, Secretary of the Treasury, made a lengthy speech at Mansfield, Ohio, on the evening of the 17th, which was published in full in most of the daily papers of the follow ing day, advance copies having been furnished for that purpose. The Presi dent's Southern policy. Civil-service Re form, the National Finances, and the Labor troubles were successively taken up and reviewed. In speaking on the finances Mr. Sherman said: We have, during the five months of Prei-i-dcnt Hayes, made an actual accumulation of currency and of gold and silver coin and bullion, of $44,340,8.12. From the 1st of May to tills time we bve added to our coin reserve 20,000,000 by the sale of bonds, without dis turbing the money market, and with gold steadily on the decline. We have reduced the public debt, since the 1st of March, the sum of S),44 1,824. We have conducted the vast operations of our loans, already referr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 August 1877

THE MILANJXGHANGE. W. A. Wi!.. rbl:ker. MILAN, . . TENNESSEE. The Pastor's Reverie. KEV. AKHIXUTi'S UkUUEX. Tlif pastor sdtsj tn hia eay-olmiiV With the ItiWe upon bin knoe. rom gold to purple the- clrrjda In the went Are changing momently; The ("hallows lie In the iralleya below, And hide In the curtain'a fold ; And the piuTe-a-row dim whereon lie? rends, " I retnenilMT the day of old." Xot clear nor dark," as the Scripture smith, The pmtor meniorlea arc ; No day that to gone w as ahadowlette. No night wait without its Mar: But mingled bitter and nweet hath leen The portion of bin cup: "The band that in love hath eniittcn," he saJtn, In love hath bound us op." Fleet flies hi thought over many a field Of ntubhle and snow and bloom. And now It trips through a festival, And now it bait at a tomb; Young faces smile in lila reverie Of those that art" young no luorr, And voices are heard that only come With the winds from a fur-olf shore. He thinks of the day when first, with fear And fa...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 August 1877

! JMO.JJHWI THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. AUGUST 30, 177. Senator Morton continues iu a c ritical condition. The oldest copy of a Mil of cx hangc is one dated at Milan in 132.. Governor Hubbard, of Texas, lias taken steps to organize the militia, to protect the citizens of that state against Mexican thieve.. 'The Turks and Ilus-ians IM seine def-perate lighting last week. At Hiipka pass, in a defile, nb.iut three thousand Turks were tlai:i, It is reported that the President is wriouslv considering (lie propriety of revoking the proclamation exiling an extra possiou of Congress Oclilcr 15th. lie has received many Jetters urging hi ui to do so. 1 !. 1 The papers have made considerable noise over Key's speech in which he referred to the "erring brothers" of the Smth. It now turns out, as we expected, that the expression was iied in a jesting manner, while re plying to a call for a speech. Many of the papers are coming out in favor of the revival of the whip ping post for small oflenccs. e hav...

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