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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 September 1877

MARKET HEPOKTS. coaaRcnts viuit mi mali a Tts.oog, V..1TAnE,l:iIUrBil Ptiblllir. Mil. An. rST. lrlea Hjrk.t. Balk meat clear sides... M'ltMC'KIITIOX RATW. Two dollar a year: m dollar for si monthr: fifty cents for three moulti. uvoutit I - VAX'CI!. H shoulders.. Paswn, par f la rvZ ZkX 35. 5 2 7591U. Hams S boulders curar, A ffe. ? brawn Coffe., good Kio. ADVCRrilnU BATtt. Lard I Flour..... Meal, per basks! Butter 1'hieksaa, par dose a.. Eirrs V, heat 5 3 - 8 VOLUME IV. MILAN, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 6, 1877. NUMBER 27, TMB. I a- THE EXCHANGE Milan Exchange. i 10 00 V on 2t ( 2r ui ) 40 ll 30 V) l l 7o (i 2 ttfwk. I 1 ti 2 ' S 3 week 2 i"' 3 12 So I m,,n(h: 2 .'ii 4 m 5 7 10 ( '!.") 1 2 4 On, .' .'Ml 11 ftp VI (Si 22 Vt 5 ' V; II Si I 1 7. 2ii ll :) mi .1 " 4 r, - year.. 4 ii 10 M 14 Cm IT .'m 21 Sii :C Uj 7 in la 16 no JS i 27 ti 4-1 00 ! I "ill IS 110 III 31) 00 !t lid III Mi 17 tfi 'it In 2 .S on i IX) 1 12 Ki m (i 27 mi i! on ' () 75 ill i so mi oo VJ! 00 PouUc-columu advertisement...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 September 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A. WiliK, rMihr. . , , TEXXESSEE. MILAN, CUI.KENT TOPICS. Commissioner IUim has recently been looking into the practice of nepo tism in his department, which has here tofore been quite prevalent. An order , ,, "i lectors to employ more than one person of a family not their own, and to ap point not more than one relative each of their own. r. The Anti-Administration Republicans of Ohio have issued an 'address," recom-' mending' all in sympathy with the move ment to abstain from voting at the com Mg State election." - The Washington correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette (Republican) gives the political complexion of the new L'nitcd States Senate as lollows : Republicans. IM-IIKMTHtH . '.I'.'.'.'. :j Independent Republican).. Vacancies Total.,....,....., Senator lM'iiU4rfIUiuoir. is classed as an Independent, although he has been placed upon the committees as a Repub lican. There are three vacancies one from South Carolina caused, by the re tirement of Senator ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 September 1877

THE MILAN' EXCHANGE. W. A. W4DK, raMlsher. ill LAN, - ..TENNESSEE. lih llrd Klvrr Voyager. ' rtndin,thr-TlyeTlwlnclfTnr ' Tbe links of Us , red chain ; TJinnjjfh betlt of dusky pine lands And gusty leairues of plain. Only at times, a smoky wreath With the drifting cloud rack Joins 'Hie snok of the hunting lodges Of the wild AsKlnaljoins. tikKimlJr blows the north wind From the land of Ice and snow ; The eyes that watch are weary And heavy the hands that row. And with one foot on the water. And one upon the shore. The Angel of Shadow gives warning That day shall be no more. Is it the clang of wild geese? Is it the Indian's je'J, That lend to tho ice ot the north ,in(1 , The tone of r. Iur ot IK TVi er Bmil,'8 "8 ,M! Ut'18 - ..y' ' Sound thai grown apace; VU he knows the nagper singing Of the bells of Ft. Itonilace. The bells of the Roman Mixtion That call from their turrets twain To the boatman on the river. To the hunter on the plain. Even so in one mortal Journey The bitter north w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 September 1877

i i THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. gEPTlt 6, 1877. New York bad a case of yellow fe ver last Saturday. It is thought probable that the President will visit Shelbyville when he comes to this state. Hale's piano factory and a number of other buildings burned in New York last Monday, fckvcral lives weie lost. The English wheat crop has been very badly damaged, and a slight rit-e in prices is the result A rise in corn is also looked for. The National Science Association held a large and interesting meeting inNashville since our last They meet in St Louis next year. The army worm has appeared in Fayette county, in this state, and De Soto county, Miss., and serious dam age to the cotton crop is feared. A correspondent of the Courier-. Journal says that Oeinun Pasha, the TurkL-h General, isa native of Hawk ins county, this state, and his name K. C. Crawford. The question of appointing a suc cessor to Collector Clifle, of the Fifth District of Tennessee has, been post poned till after the return of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 September 1877

THE EXCHANGE TTAPPTOft-KT r W. A. W Ir. I ll(r and nllh-r. ange. MIIS KII'TIOX RITIJi. Two d?llrs n year: one dollar for i mnnthr; fly eents lur tht uiuiitu. iji ' 4B' as AEUTISI.i BTI-. M Excel LAN i s- i i I ,5- 5 ; If W ! Till. 1 wk ; I ' 1 '' 2 week. ' I '"' 2 8 ; :i 2' 1 month' 2 -i 4 '' .1 Vi 4 ri fi i Si Vi ", la 4 !i 7 . mi 12 Ui i i r. Vi 7 ki Id in 1 "i in 2"i "l 4 " H Mi U no i; in 'm :t 4n im i s I"' (t II vi it ,:, 2 i ; hi mi .v id I - 0 (' III l II ii i, ill 2 V -ill ;i7 l m KI Ki U ft 1 mi 20 Ki 07 mi 44 ti TO m I, " n K' i.'. HI I KI L KI .ill Iffl .ill III 141 INI , in ,m 17 ki T. mi ki ki iVi m i6 ki yoir . J- ki IN ki LT KI :A Ki 4."i ml 7'i (It 1JI HI IloiiLir-coliinin advertisements, l0vreect. ad- mi the ai."i c rules. Xri 1- I nn i iidicitiseincnt. 20 perecot. ad- Vlltlee on t'le IlleHC tllle. elwrii emi-nts to iici-uiiy position, 10 .cr -cnt. advanre im the above rales. ,o.-mI Notices," (in the t:tii- tyiie. as local rcnilinp matter. l'leem :er line. Ail trn ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 September 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, MILAN, W. A. Villi:, rabKthrr. TENNESSEE. CUItKENT TOPICS. Amoncj the assets of the plundered State Savings Institution of Chicago are individual notes of I). I). Spencer, the absconding President, aggregating t's20,M. It is now believed that the total assets i the concern will not re alize Kuflieient to pay depositors more than 20 cents on the dollar. Spencer has gone to Europe. The public debt sta'ement for Sept. 1 makes the following exhibit : Total coin bonds, $1,7U2,W7,700; legal tenders, .'V)K,040,ilfi ; total debt, $2,202,1:52,971. Cash in Treasury, coin, $l0fi,yo4,9:6, currency, $ 1 1 ,S2K,.r37. 1 )ebt, less cash in Treasury, $2,0,Vj,4".9,77i. Decrease during August, $3,8GV3. Col. Thomas A. Scott has publish ed in the North American Review for September an article upon the recent railway strikes. He proposes, as a means of guarding against future troubles of a like character, the passage bv Congress of a law for the protec tion by the National authorities...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 September 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. If A UK, FablNer. MILAN, TENNESSEE. llarONt Verse. I'rx.m tlio lipoid fl.-ltN, tlieir iroMen glory siiom. Ana sunny ti)lunl f thrlr In-auty n ft, Tliruupli tlio tit 111 auulitrlit of ll? Autumn iixirn. And li.-lKcron, wltli tlirir linKering Jewels lit, Ity the drown river, tlirmiirh the !'ufy lanes, On ti tli" f,truiteuil move tlx" loaded wains. Tlie r.tttl-.irt n-iiper Ixura lii brijrlitene'l Or tra k tlir coun thi" irr at machine lia mn: And iMinuir ln- and hid, Minlumi l and lithe, It.ninl Iioup fctraw hut woodljiiie und jiop piea failc. Wake ull tin1 iiirmlow lainl itli harvest M rut lis, (luitcrinir and liiUk'hinjr round the loadvd w uins. 'Ti soft Setiteinlier nature's harvest yield, Itut nil through lile our ripening fruit i' reap. Now htoi iii vli) t-i from Mveet Apt il fli-hN, Now ro-- that 1 n iirlit July minshiiir eteep, Now iranicrinir may K-tolx-r'M moIht train, Now lintiiiii6 Ik.IHis pile our loaded wains. All. Ine! liow Jat tlio lulr Spring f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 September 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SEITIl 13, 1877. An investigation recently made by detectives in Miusftchusctta reveals the fact that tramps are nn organ izwl bra tlicrhood, noting under tbe directions of a chief, and having regular duties aligned to them some to beg and pome to Fteal. They are instructed what to steal and from whom to etcal it. They go in gangs, and are strict ly obedient to the orders of their chief. The Moscow correspondent of the Ixmdon Daily News says that tince the recent Kus.-iau revcr.-es St Potcrs burg hi as a city gone into mourning. Jscarly every one is in sorrow; nearly i i j , J : every ones wears olack; the streets are i J ' crowded with furniture of those dis-: posing oi tliat wiiicL is their all; the places of amusement remain unire quentcd, and St. Petersburg, like Moscow, tells a tile of keen anxiuty. A Washington dispatch eays an important clement in the fight for the Speakership is a combination which is talked of between the Southern mem-, bcrs to claim ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 September 1877

HARRISON, THE EXCHANGE W.A. WADE. :lltr and Pabllohrr. TIT iAN H Liiu KCBfct lUPTIO RATK. Two dollar a vrar ne...ilrl.ri ninnthr; tftyeenu ft three tueutk..!.1"1-1 ' " NCK. ADVEKTISIXCS RATKfc. MILAN, TENNESSEE, SEPTEMBER 20,1877 ? i F ! T 1 I t I VOLUME IV. B0NNELL The ANGE i I i . i I Mii I TV 2 " "! '"I -Vi. Ill l .m vp, : -vi 4 vi c. i n mi. i;, hi 5 rr ! .12". 4 ."m 5 TV mm Mi a (i I month Mi 4 5 ;Vi 7 m in mi 1.1 ui' :r. tut 4 wi r, Mi h ;i i t m W t 5 mi ft Ml 11 Mi 14 75 -m in fi mi Mi Ml 1 hi, M VI 14 17 Mi J! Mi :rr mi MO U) 7 i,'2 l) Vi "I Ji in. T. ' 44 ii 7't . W i:i mi is ini L"i :n n M' xi wi JO l 17 (vl ' ml m :w li V li !' ") j rear.. '12 Oh 31 (Ml 27 ml j3 ( 4.1 tm 71 hi VM iu fnabte-ewlwin advertisements, 1U percent. d- r nee on the ntxive r.nt-5. Triple-eolamn advertisement. 20 perceut. vtnif on the alnive rat-. dverti-menlMo o-cpy pe-tnl position. 10 rrKnl. mil iiiii n the above r.ilo. 'JhichI Notice." (in the him type an 1chI reading tnatw. VI cent per tine. Ji...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 September 1877

TUP Mil AM CyPUAMRpJut hall the yield of milk, then 1 IlL fIjf.Lftl1 LAUIinllOUigoody pwsaes of urine, and in a few W. A. WADE, Paklikher. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CUKRENT TOPICS. The funeral of M. Thiers took place on the 8th. On account of the widow of M. Thiers objecting to a 6tate funeral. the- Archbishop of .I'aris refused to alMheir low the ceremonia to bo held at th Madeleine. Idthv were therefore neiwingmen snoum have at the parish church of Notre Iame de Lorette. The coffin was placed upon an open hearse drawn by six horses and was followed by an immense procession to the cemetery of Tcre la Chaise. Busi ness was generally suspended through out the city. Jules Simon made the principal oration. No political disturb ances occurred, and the crowd dispersed without any excitement. Fkemwckt Ihai U about'to replace the local military force along the Rio Grande with 1,500 regular troops from Vera Cruz, under command of Gen. Gonzales. The reason assigned for placing this somewhat form...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 September 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W.JL.WaDK.r.hlltHer. MILAN, . - TENNESSEE The Gold Days. Tls fall. And calm poM dars Arc dreaming in the hkies. Willi u tutor liirlit the far wvods blaze, The shadclew cornlands wear a listless liar.e. Tbi rivrr level as the dun mead lien; Her PiM-11 Knncliantment lay On (rliiiiiuering liilln bright bays Lonic ocean way cm all. Ti calm Before the end; In nature a in lilc, Tin brlsbt at eventide. I wend My way through woods where gold and criin on blend, TliroiiRh corridors where cihIIchs pouipg ex tend; I sigh to think liow soon the etrlfo Vl piping winds shall rend Kacli lout, and end The charm. Nooning. Twelve baa strnek, and Tntriok stand MiadliiR hit eyes with Ktinlmrnt hands. Looking bnpeatk the arcliins; trnno, ... a.ently moved by the soft June breeze Ixxtkiiig for Nora's sunny fare, Willi Us bright fond simile, like a wiinn em brace ; He hears the eleur music of Mnping bird; With a neiiM of lieatity hi heart is stirred. Adown the lane bright Xora comes, L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 September 1877

J THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, FEITH 20, 1877. The Turks are woolin the Itn. eLins at a lively rate. Gold is falling, and wheat is look ing up. That is good. rrciUeat Ilaycs Ls an Odd Fellow, and a member of the Grand Lodge of Ohio. Tlie Califoruiana au making war pn the Chinese. They have burned their houses and driven them out of cue county. Louisville spread herself in honor of the President '.Ion Jay and Tuesday, and 2tahvillo followed suityestenlay. Wade Hampton was present and di vided the honors with him. The President, assisted by the Grand Lodge of Odd Fellow, laid the corn. cr rixHie of the Isa?hvi)!e custom house. Ali Pasha, who commands a brig ade of Circassians in the Turkish army, is a brother of Col. Fred De Funiak, chief Engineer of the Louis ville & Nashville & Great Southern railroad. He was born in Home, and passed through the Crimean war as a Lieutenant of Engineers in the Turk ish army. At the end of the Crimean war he entered the Turkish army. Pereival D. Ric...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 September 1877

HARRISON, THE EXCHANGE r wr.A.WJDE.Elltr mm rablloher. EXCHANGE. Kl'BKCKIPTIOX BATIX Two dollar! a year: in dollar fnrfi eiithr: fty cents fur throe noatts. tuvaa!". " vxr. n ADVERTIMSO BATE. Milan o a was. f 1 week 2 weeks t week 1 moniii 1 uti l ri ! V); ftH 4 no fn w no J ..(I t ..! s W 4 .nt. mi: is m iWi S 2S 4 (! 5 Til 12 SO, 3i lift 2 .Vii 4 : 5 .V)1 7 ' 11 ( IS . 25 f1 On i ,Vi II W 22 .V). 4(1 (! ft Sh 11 Si i H 7." yi ll ,: Hi Ml is) i wi ld VI 14 ll 17 .VI 21 Vi 37 ' W 7 (i 12 Oil- J li.a fi 27 41 itu 7 liO it i i i vt is i 22 m i (i r id' m ii 2 i " 4 s 6 " 9 " 1 year 1(1 17 l 2? Il 2H (.: i Ki (l luS UM u ia.au uo 27 w a oh 45 vo 75 on lao m lal)4e-en1aniii edvertiwinents, 10 per rent, ad vance on the above rate. Trifle-column advertisements, 20 per cent. ad-van--e on the above rates. AdvertiwinpnU te occupy special position, 10 rer rent. advance on the above rate. "Loral Notices," (in the same type a local reading mutter. ) 1i cents ier line. AH transienta-1 vert iseme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 September 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. WillE, rWifcrr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUItKENT TOPICS A Tucson dispatch of the 15th says that Major Tupper's command had truck the rebellious Warm Spring In dians at Knight' lianoh and killed 40 of them. Xhe Indians had previously killed at least 14 white men and wormd ed eight, besides capturing and destroy ing a large amount property. More complete returns from the elec tion in Maine indicate that the Kcpubli can majority on Governor will reach about 11,500. The London Tclegrajih has a dispatch from Stanley, the African explorer, dated Embomma, in Congo, west coast of Africa, August 10. II states that be has completely navigated the Lualaba, and has succeeded in proving it to be identical with the Congo. The Department of Agriculture cotton report for the first week in September, gives the general average as HO, against last SeptcmlKT. The caterpillar is 91 for present in all the (Julf Suites and in South Carolina, but has done little dam age as yet, except i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 September 1877

THE MILANJXGHANGE, w. a. wide, rsi:er. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. FAITH. The son if of wimrrnT bird re hashed, The miuiiK r verdure h (frown old, fciu ta niplit Die dnrkws arllnr fall. And morn, tlirouKh mitd. dawns late and cold. Only at noon tin Scree beat burn O'er annlenii where the ater watt "r cvrtain d.th, like Uiotw who watch The coming; ol luiix-ndi tig Fate. For swift and surely drawing near Are 1hv 1 with autumnal rain, When the lld winds through naked woods Minll search (fir hut If lost iu vain. Though in "ur dremns wefstlll may keep The lrmrrnnt-e of the faded flowers, And heurthe rohins blithely call Itetwecu tlic aini.-liineaud the shower, Yet, when the hv, allows shall come buck. And (rind larks iu the June t-kici soar. There shall lo Hoiiu-tliiug pone from earth That no fair future can restore. For life will chanjre; anil time will bring New hopes and aims to grieve or bless, Our pnw-nt Joys shall e-ase to jileuw. Our grids fcliull lose their bltteniess. O, Is there not ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 September 1877

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SErTIi 27, 1877. CJca. McCTellan has accepted the Democratic nomination for Governor of New Jersey. An unknown printer was murdered by two negroes at Stevenson, Ala., last Thursday. The Torter Ilifles, of Nashville, captured the prize at the St Louis Fair last Saturday, and now en joys the honor of being called the best drilled military company in the South or Southwest. Hurrah fur the Rifles and Tennessee. It w ill not do, after this, to reproach our Canadian neighbors with being t-low. One hundredjand eleven miles in an hour and forty-nine minutes six miles in five minutes a mile in fifty seconds must be conceded to be passably rapid traveling. Yet this remarkable time U rejxjrted to have been recently made by a special train on the Canada Southern Railroad. It is stated that Senators Thurman, Bayard, Davis, of West Virginia, and others of the leading Democrats, have recently been in consultation with reference to the approaching session of Congress, and hav...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 September 1877

I MILAN EXCHANGE THE HOME CONCERT. BT MABT D. BRIM. Wll Tom, taj boy, I must y good by. I've bad a wonderful visit her; Enjoyed it, too, a well a I could A war from all that my heart holdi dear. Maybe 'I've been a trifle rough A little awkward, your wife would say And very likely I've misled the bint Of your city polish day by day. But somehow, Tom, though the aame old roof : Sheltered ua both when we were boyi, And the same dear mother love watched us both, Sharing our childish griefs and joys, Tat you are almost a stranger now; Your ways and mine are as far apart As though we never had thrown an arm About each other with loving heart. Your city home is a palace, Tom; Your wife and children are fair to see; You couldn't breathe in the little cot, The little home, that belongs to me. And I am 1 t in your grand large house, And dazed with the wealth on every side, And I hardly know my brother, Tom, In the midst of so much stately pride. Yf, the concert was grand last night, The singi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 September 1877

THE PRESIDENTIAL VISIT. (from our own Correspondent. . Louisyili., Kt, Sept 20, 1877. The Presidential party bat come and gone, aa4 ' erery one it happy- ThU President, bora into office amid wrangling and beart burmings, whose advent to bU high position at ene time threatened to light again tbe lurid Ires of civil war, has made hit peace with the whele broad Southern country, and they wel come him as their own. He never could have accomplished this most desirable end ex cept by turning bis back on the relentless BaeUcals of his party and becoming in fact, H well as in name, the President of the United States in spirit and in truth. He did this ht his beld handling of tbe South Caroli ma and Louisiana questions; and a united South recognized him as a President who Meant to do right if his whole party turned their backs on him. Louisville, as the gate-city of the West to this mighty Southland which, forty years from to-day, will be the seat of empire in the yoLnl of population and wea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 September 1877

L8UISVILLE BUSINESS HOUSES. lm this column we will review, in ooncite jet comprehensive manner, the general trade of Louisville. The bouse which we mention in the different branches of business are, without exception, of the rery highest commercial standing, and person transacting business with them can be certain of being dealt with upon the honest, high-minded plan which has always been the ruling characteristic of trade in this city. SET GOODS. The names of Duvis, Trabue & Co, Bam berger, Bloom & Co, J. T. Tompkins & Co., J. 1L Robinson & Co, and Carter Bros. & Co, - are so well known to the business world that particular mention as to their vast capital and abundant business resources is unnecessary, all of the above firms are handling largely in creased stocks over last year, and are being pushed by a driving trade. In the retail dry . goods trade J. F. White is having his usual large run of customers, who go away satisfied with the bargains they get. DRUGS....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 September 1877

NEBUCHADNEZZAR. MTIX EUMKLL, M MCKlBVER'l MOXTHLT. You, Nebuchadneraah, whoa, tab ! Wtaar ?p you tryin' to go, tahf I'd bab you for to know, tab, 1 a-holdiu' ob da line. Too better stop dat praocin' ; Yoa't pow'ful fond ob dancin', But I'll bet my yeah'iadvancin' Dat I'll cure you ob your shine. Look heah, niuie ! Better min' out Fust t'ing you know you'll fin' out llow quick I'll wear du line out On our u(ly tu:bo'n Uclc. Tou needn't try to steal up, An' lit' dat preciou heel up; You'i got to plow dii 11 el' up, You has, sir, for a fac'. Dar, datt de way to do it ! He s comin' right down to it; Jet' watch him plowin' t'roo it! Dia nigger ain't no fool. Some folks dey would 'a' bet him ; Now, dat would only heat him I know jes' how to treat him ; You mm' reanon wiJ a mule. He minds me like a nigger. If he was only bigger, He'd fotch a mighty figger, Ue would, 1 Ull you 1 Yes, tab 1 See how he keeps a clickin' 1 He's as gentle as a chicken, An' nebber thinks o' kickin' Whoa, dar! Xcb...

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