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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 October 1877

THE EXCHANGE W.A.W4DE, Kdlt.r a.od Pkller, Tv dollar a year? eneJolUr torrix WMnth fty kbU for three munl'u-'. ummH - rr.. ADVCBTIIXU RATIX "l 5 1 ml I I m 9 f I tlKC I I I 1 week I 1 tail 1 7M 2 Ml 3 l 4 00 j Ml M) j weeks i I '' 2 r"i 3 "'' ' s 1 S weeks . J S 2S . 4 ki; snUwi i; W I Hi mttb i 2 4 5 .'l T il in w .is JSOH I 4 fi VI frl H III IK III 22 50 40 HI 3 15 Mi! S r) 11 .'"I'll "S mi !l IK) to 410 4 m III VI II Wl IT SO iUilrtT i UJ I J n 1J Ai'lil HI 31 Oil 27 U 44 nfl 70 MA I Wf'l l hi IK isv.2 OH'.Hi ii Si) ill Ml 00 I" Jn.l" on 23 cm s mi . mi no 16 i 1 rear 'M 27 ' a JII,4.S 00 76 00 12U 00 freabie-eolnuia edvrueiaeoLs, 10 percent, ad vance vii tUe ainive rate. Tri ple-rlaa a adrrrli aatU. 20 per cot. av vaure o the aiove ratn. Advertisement eneeial poaitioa, 10 tier eeoc. adene oal t he alnive ruie. "..oral Satire, tta irtja mime type as local eeadinr matter.) In reiat kt line. i.K transitu! nr)vrrtif iw mint be paid for la advance. V early ad tr:utcinnU, quarterly in...

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. — 4 October 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. JL VIDE, PaMitker. ' . . TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUKRENT, TOPICS. The President and party arrived at Washington on the 25th from their Western and Southern tour. Brief stop pages were made en route at Lynch burg, Charlottesville, and Gordonsvillc, Va. The President will visit the Vir ginia State Fair to be held at Richmond in October. , Treasurt officials say that neith er Collector Arthur nor Naval-Officer Cornell hare forwarded their resigna tions, as they were requested to do on the day following the decision of the Cabinet to make a change in the three principal offices in New York City. Collector Arthur had previously indica ted to Secretary Sherman that his resig nation could be had at any time. If those officials send in their resignations, the President can make new appoint ments outright, and will, not be under the necessity of suspending them -from office and sending to the Senate his reasons for so doing. It Is believed at the Department that Collector Au...

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. — 4 October 1877

THE MILANJXCHANGE W. A. WjNK, PiM.ufcer. ' - MILAN, . . TENNESSEE. Were You AVHli Me. Wrr yon with me, or I with yon, TIhtc'k nnuelit, motliinkn, I iniIit not do; 'oull ventnrr here and venture there, And never (cur, nor ever care. To tlilnps before, and thJnir behind, ('ould (ura my thought" and tura uiy mind, On I lil and tliat, day after day, Could dure to throw myself awuy. Secure, when all was o'er, to find My proper thought, my jwrfect mind. And nnimpnlrfd, tw ir anew My own and better eil in you. Arthur llugk Clough. Girl and Woman. He w 111 come, w 111 coiiie," she nald. And her Im-nth was like the South, And the nun lay on her head, And the morning round her mouth, And Bile fcinili I acroxM the nea In her girlhood' surety. " lie will come in nhip of state, Kike a conqueror to his own. With a liearitiK kingly, preat, That Hhull lean to me alone Laying nil lila clory down ' "or my kingdom, (word, and crown. "And the aword I uhitll restore For the hirli decdn yet to lie, Wnee ...

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

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. OCTOBKR 4, 1877. Promineut Southern members sny that Alexander Stephens' statement, -that the SmLbeni vote h almo-t solid for Kan Jail, is unwarranted. The Southern Members w ill hold a quiet caucu. Lcfore the regular caucus, to decide whether they shall support a JSouthern man. In hl report to the extra es.-ion the Secretary of Var wTU recommend that the President be given authority to increase the ftnny at hU discretion to -10.000, without changing the pres ent regimental organizations or in creasing the number of them. The proposition is to Lave a minimum of 15,000 and maximum of 40,000. We find tha following in the Sf. Louis CJIobe Democrat; If Mr Hnyes w right now, wherein was Andy Johnson wrong ten year igo? We ehall be greatly obliged for a satisfactory answer to this conun drum. Ilefore we procetd any furtli er with tiie indorsement of Hayes, let us do penancw for tho wrong done Itoor Andy. Hayes seems to us much ike a copy of A. J., with the drinks om...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 October 1877

It w the4ntjrof ttTJ pvrn tin hn wij Riwit Kit's ;wiis SvTt :r to let it wonderful riaMU t? known to their friemli in carinc nnmiDtlon. severe Cirh. Croup, Ai thin, rneawooui, mad in f't U taruat and lun Uiea-. No en en it without imme diate relief. Three doe will relieve any rue. and we consider it the duty of all lrwws-t4 to ret-uuamenj to th poorCdyinr connmptive, at" least to try one boilte, aa u.(IOdn bottles old )t year, aad i oicrw wbeca It foiled . wa reported. Such a medicine aatha Stt? cannot be tow widely knwa. Ak yonr letKjtitJtont it- Sample llottlee to try I4 at li cvnta. Kernlar ie 75 cents. For sale by Cim.t lH:.rssoa. , . TUB EXCHANGE W. A. WARE, r.dilor n4 rabllalirr. KritSCRIFTIOX KATI3. Two di,i!-r a yrn owdHllarl"l month.'; ly :uU lur three inuulhe, ivmii.v B" Ncr.. ADYIIRTIKIXU BATKJ. c : H 1 H I MILAN, TENNESSEE, OCTOBER 11, 1877. NUMBEI W. O.Vxaooc VOLUME IV. I . B Exchange Tttr 2 k i 1 ' 1 ' 2 rwk ' 1 '' 2 --.-k , 2 "I i.i month. 1 " ' 2 vi 3 0"! 4 (in fi in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 11 October 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W.A. WlbF-rabliUtr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. The Sioux and Arapahoe delegation had a final interview with the President and Secretary Schurz, at the Interior Department, on the 2d. Red Cloud and Spotted Tail both refused their consent to the project for removal to the Mis souri Hiver this fall, Baying that their people were all prepared for winter where they are and would not be willing o go. Secretary Schurz replied, stating that their winter supplies had been sent to the Missouri River, that it was now too late to remove them elsewhere, and that they would be expected to carry out the provisions of the treaty, in which they had agreed to the removal. Col. David II. Armstono, of St. Iuis, has been appointed by Governor Phelps United States Senator from Mis souri, to fill the unexpired term of the late Senator Bojry. Col. Armstrong is a native of Nova Scotia," C5 years old, ar.d for 40 years a resident of St. Louis. lie has been for many years prominent ...

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. — 11 October 1877

THE MILAN EXGHANGE. W.A. WiCE,rbIIfc. - . TENNESSEE. WILIS, Harvest IIjTnn. Once more the liberal rear laugh out O'er richer stores than ireins or (fold ; Once more with harvest long and shout Is Nature' bloodies triumph told. Our common mother rest and Kings Like Kuth among her garnered sheaves; Her lap U full of goodly tUlnga, Her brow to bright with autumn leaves. O favor old, yet ever new 1 O bleiutifig with the sunshine sent ! The bounty overrun our due. The fullneM ibauiri our discontent. We shut our eyes, the flower bloom on ; We murmur, but the corn ears nil; We choose the shadow, but the sun That caste it shines behind us still. God gives us with our rupged foil The power to make it tden fair, And richer fruit to crown our toil That summer-wedded island boar. Who murmurs at his lot to-day? Who scorn hi native fruit and bloom, Or sighs for daintie far away, Beside the bounteous board of borne? Thank Heaven, instead, that Freedom's arm Can change a rocky soil to gold ; That b...

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. — 11 October 1877

JZ7 ' "Iff I r ( ) I ) ; 1 tiie exchange THURSDAY. OCTOliEK 11. 1877. Hon G. W. .lone?, of Faycltoville, ' ,J . ' lias jrifen the State HistorinJ iScie- ly M?vera valaaMe hooks as relics of antiquity. Some of the ni Jato hack as far aa the Lirth of our grandfathers. Dr II. W. Hatlock, a natifc of Germany, and apixiiitcd jost master of "a.shvi!Ie four years zg; a josi tiou he held until last pprin, died suddenly at Edgefield on the 4th The sudden appearance of a soli, tx-y fckuuk ia the Fall River Acad emy of Music the other Eightj-tani-poded a large audience iu the midst of Chaiifrau's excitin? bowie'kuife foht. The Courier Journal's Washington fpecial says that in addition to names already nominated for Speaker, there is favorable talk of Hon John Ford House, of Teuccjsec, and Ilceker, of Miisisaipii. The impression is fast gaining a foothold that Key has aspiration to Justice Davis'Jvaeant'seat onM he Su preme bench. Thati,he"wiirget4it is doubtful, but that he catijjhavethc place...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 October 1877

THE EXCHANGE W. A.W.inE, fclitr mi4 rnbliolirr. KI'IIMBIPTIOX UATIM. Two dollar a yean oued-lfarforsix month-; 8 fty cent r three months. iriiLT IK -fAXCie. avi:ktisi.u htm. I 5- S- a ! T'.i 2 ' S (Ml 4 (HI' 4 6 tt 5 Til K (m 7 i,W l U m itt (! 14 TSi'-fi tii 17 SO t an; Irl T, l a rut M .'SI 12 :ti IS j 22 SO :i i '.C, Ml' ii in li l a hi (i 4i (10 5.1 It) i nn 7ti ( HI HI llliS l) U) (IU 2 e-k ! 1 ')! 2 Si ft irrli'l S il S 2 I ill A ,V. 8 II a 14 "H 1-i (M 11 () an 27 mi lfi.viii.ll - s j 4 l.l' li .VI 3 " 4 -ft " I year . I r, l.l ?l) S.I I 7 Ki ll At 8 M:i rSI I Id .! 17 (t '12 uj an w) 44 l .'ill m IV. Ul 7.i Ui '2 nw:l (l i m :w m at ii 4.1 (m Isoubtr-eolumn advertisements, 10 per cent. ad-tam-c on (lie above rates- Triplc-i-olumn tui rrr& scwsaita. 20 percent, ad vance uu the aowve rates. Advertisements to eceepy special position, 10 er cent, advance na tfee above rate. o-al Notices." 'in (tie same type aa local reading matter.) In auif line. AH transitu! advertisement j...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 October 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, MILAN, W. A. TTA11K, riM'.kbrr. - . TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPI CS. It was reported on the Gth that tbe Mexican population of El Taso County, Texas, had risen en masse and seized all the civil authorities, who were placed in jail under strong guard. There are .only about SO Americans in the county, and they were powerless to protect the officers. The trouble orijrinated on account of Judge Howard having debarred the Mexicans from taking salt from the salt lakes without a permit. Gov. lluobaru tele graphed to Gen. Ord for assistance to reinstate the deposed officers. Gen. Miles, in an official dispatch dated Oct. 3, from camp near the Bear Paw Mountains, says that his command struck the camp of the hostile Nez rerce3 on the 30th ult., capturing the larger portion of their herd, about COO head of horses, mules and ponies. A severe engagement ensued, in which two officers and 21 men were killed, and four officers and about 40 men wounded. The names of the officers kille...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 October 1877

THE MILANJXCHANGE. A. Vide, rablhhrr. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. An Oregon Lay. BT JOJkyl lX MILLEE. In the l(finnln(f vp. In-fore The fix -days' labors were well o'er. Tea, while the world lay Incomplete, Or iiml bad ojx-ui-d quid tho door Of thin arrange land lorttrom men's fort There lav aKHlnut the westmoct w;a. One weird-wild land of mystery. A far, white wall, like fallen moon, Olrt out the world. The forest lay ho deep you scarcely saw the day, Pare in the hixb held middle noon ; It lay a land of sleep and dreams. And clouds drew through like shoreless streams. Thai stretch to where no man may say. Men reached It only from the sea, Ily black-built ships, that seemed to creep A Inns the shore susplclouHly, Like unnamed monsters of the deep. That ever m ake, yet seem to sleep. It was the weirdest land, I ween, That mortal man lias ever seen. A dim, dark land of bird and beast. Black, shapiry beasts with cloven claw; A land that scarce knew prayer or priest, Or law of man, or Nature'...

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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. — 18 October 1877

r 11 s r ; i v s - 1J THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. OCTOBEI. 18, 1877. The first victory gained fo far ly tlie Russians over the Turk? is that reported from Aa Minor. The extreme Radicals now say their party Htolo the Presidency aud the Democrats stole their President. S wags the world. The " Clergy" in France seems to be the great source of tron!le to the French Ilatlicals, w hile the Iiisliop Is just now troubling those of Ohio. "Here's your Memphis Ambu lance," we heard a littlc-Jnewsboy cry the other day in Memphis. We sup pose that is the vehicle to carry off the dead Iladical party. It is thought now that the (Govern or will ciill an extra scs.-km of the Legislature about the 1st of Decem ber to legi.-late the State debt out of polities. Is it at alljrobable that a compromise at GO 4or 40 cent. w ill settle it ? We fear not. At the instance of a member of the Milan bar, we would like to proouud to those in authority the questions : Why is the ir ouly one volume of Ten nessee K -pj.-t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 October 1877

THE EXCHANGE W.A.WADC,IMitriin4 Pnkllahrr. Hl'BSCRIPTIOX BATI-ft. Twe doIsr yar; nr. dollar for si months; fty cent for three months, isvaWablt is ADTKKTIMX RATI:, 1 week 2 wccls 3 week I month J " S " 4 - 5 " i 1 T.ii 2 'l "'t '. 5"1 1" W J no I 3 LSI 4 5n 5 "V 8 ;V2 ftii 2 ll ; siji 4 (Vi; S 7 'in W 15 ' -5 im 4 (M, i 'mi 11 i W l -J2 o 4) (i ft t! .V) 11 M' 14 75(?0 ll 'l U fsl HI m io vi'14 17 f).z hum w fi ti 7 10 12 A li l" i"i '( 27 fi 44 (l 71) i) ft r rj 5it 1 UUJ2 ( :v oit-fto to Hi 6 0 jo , 17 i" L'l (i L.S " :w (i ''-5 M 1'ii ill 1 jrw!i2 3) ' 27 ,:;; i 45 j n. nn Double-column advertisements., 10 sr cent. ad vance on the ahove rates.. Triple-C'dttmn advertisements, 20 percent, ad- Adverti'einents t occupy special position, 10 ir cent. advance en the above ml. "Local Notices," (in iio same type at local Teadina mutter.) 1' cent per lino. All tm.n Men t advertisements must be paid for in lvar-c. Yearly adiertiktiucutg, quarterly in advance. Oljilunw, 1 rilmtf of P.caicct ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 October 1877

THE MILANJXGHANGE. MILAN, - TENXISSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. The Democratic Caucus of the House of Representatives was held od the even ing of the 13th. Stephens of Georgia renominated 1 land all of Pennsylvania for Speaker; the other canlidates were Goode of Virginia and Sayler of Ohio, llandall was chosen on the first ballot, which was as follows: Randall, 109; Goode, 23; Sayler, 12. John G.Thomp son of Ohio was renominated for Ser-peant-at-Arms, Adams of Kentucky for Clerk, and J. M. Stewart of Virginia for Postmaster. John W. Tolk, of Kansas City. Mo., was nominated for Door keeper. For Chaplain, Rev. Dr. Poisel, of the Southern M. E. Church, received the nomination. TnE elections for Deputies in France took place on Sunday, the 14th. The contest was between the Republicans and a combination of three parties, the Imperialists, the Legitimists and the Orleanists, who temporarily laid aside their mutual antagonisms and join ed with President McMahon in an effort to overthrow their commo...

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. — 25 October 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A. If IDE, rabllsaer. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. The Smile and the Sigh. A lonely Smile, which smiled In sadness. One bailed npon the passing breeze A new-born Sigh, which slKhod In gladness To jrive a restless mortal tcA. Tbe Smile and P!rb soon formed a anion A unioa swrlaatiaK, bloat . W hereby, iu brotherly communion, Kacb worked to give tbe other rvst. Thua, mutually tlielr toll relieving. They lived In peaceful light and uhade; No petty Jealousies concei-Ing, Of naught, not even Death, afraid. And when, with friendship still unbroken, Fate caused them for time to part, Each of the other kept a token. To prove tbe two were one at heart. For, smiling, the Siglj to heaven was carried On angels' golden wings one day. While, sighing, the Smile on earth still tarried And lent its charm to lifeless clay. Till then this world was often dreary. But tins then (so the legend sayeth) Death's sigh give Life onto the weary, Life's smile itself illumines Death. Maewiillan't...

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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. — 25 October 1877

WOTrAJr3 TIIEEXCIIAXGE THURSDAY. OCTOBER 25, 1877. At an explosion of a mino near Glasgow, Scotland, Iai Monday, it Ls tbought four hundred lives were JL Sitting Bull has no confidence in the Government, and declines to make a treaty. He prefers to remain with the Canadians this winter. It is thought New York and Penn sylvania will go Democratic by large majorities at the coming elections. The Republicans are badly demoral ized. ' Speaker Randall does not deny Atkins of Tennessee is to be made Chairman of Appropriation, and Fernando Wood of Ways and Means. Further than that he says the publi cations that have been made are all guess work. It is a mournful fact that the only man defeated on the Republican Leg islative ticket in Cleveland, Ohio, vas the colored nominee. Cleveland Is the hcadquarteri of the fanatical Western Reserve, which is always concerned about tlie'colored man that he shall have his rights'inthc South. The Vicksburg Herald of the 19th takes a gloomy view of the cr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 November 1877

... u 'X i THE EXCHANGE W. iiWAOC, IMilor r4 PuUliobrr. fil llMKIITIOS llATrS. Two dollars rnr; nnednllar for si raonthr; Ifty fenu lor three u.ok.b, urjuumr m so cket!. AXXOr.CECTS. To Candidate. The followinr !" k"" acreed on by the pspersof i.bi county, end ill be strictly adhered to: AnnoniirrrcM-ritw. Tor Cosiirres.. , H2'1 J-'or .Juriir.- and Attorney t,cneral, 7 VJ ror l.cri-lnmrc. ft lt 1 or CofcMt) Oliiocrs. o iW falls for persons to become candidates. Eve cent per line. le-citsm Ticket. .Cinyle thousand. t2 00 J an thousand r more (in nme order) 1 6w Terms Strictly cash. Tiiiato Mibrok. Hi aaoi.or lirasi.n. Jll HHUI.KT iAM.X Jolt!., Mil. AX K'HXGk. rr n er. KAXKIX. We are authorized to announce S. V. Kankia as snamtiiinte tr re-election ta the cffioe ol May, r. Election Saturday, De- .-eui'ier fctb. Clly Maralial. . . T V.cnT Wo are authorized to announce J iJno. 1). I.ui-k as candidate fur City Mar- sbal. hlctiou Saturday, lk-ceinbcr otb. t'lty AtUrary. T"oCAI.L. We are a...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 November 1877

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A. WADK.I-Kkn.lifr. '- - TENNESSEE. MILAN, CURRENT TOPICS. rouTLAKD, Xew Brunswick, was visited by a destructive conflagration on the morning of the 20th, gome 2:50 buildings being burned, all but one of which were J wood. Over 2,000 people were rendered homeless. The aggregate Ions is about f300,HX. on which there U not more than $80,000 insurance. Two or three , lires were lost. Many of those now rendered homeless wore uffrtrcr by the grrht St. John fire of the SOth of June. The following is the text of the bill" introduced by Senator Ingalls, author izing the coinage of the standard silver dollar and restoring Us -legal-tender character: lie it enacted, flc.t. .that there t-lmll he from time to time coined t the mint ot the United State kilvcr dollar of tlte w-U'lit of 412 1-5 grain taudird silver to the dollar, M provided for la the act of January IS, 1837, and that aald dollar hall he a legal tender for all dclita, public and private, ex cept where gold c...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 November 1877

THE MILAfTEXGHANGE W. A. WADE, P.fclitW. . MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. The nievcntk Conimaudnicnt. It l not !' uBUin ' ' ,- In thU brlKtit world "four. " u tliitrp thortiH and weeds grow thlckm ,lruid the lulrrtt flowers; ' In frulta. bowVr enticing, . Uu k worm -spot t i wre ; for r arli one' lrd nd butter Tlirre Is a sautled floor.. In fitntmu Bilk thrr's cotton, In Hom ing trew rats, In ernUD-. aotl tuidanow, Tlir Hkitia of Thomas eats; In H-b'. form t litre's balebooe, on Venus' Hps Carmine. Old boot ar thro n tn sherry , To make Madeira lm Tlie lx"t o( golden butter Is olvotnurcariao, Tlte fine of old brandy la nxt door to tteuzino; The fragrant leaf of t uba Is coiiKln to sauer-kraut; Tito of ton are tba lullkiuait'a cans ' ItepleuUhed at Umi ajxMit. If then, your reputation Proves quit unfit to air, lYay, how then doe It differ Krom moflt tilings ncemlng fair? And why heap maledictions Because through lue no (loulit ' Tou broke the 'loventta commandment "Thou Khalt not be found out...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 November 1877

! 1 i ; .I TI IE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. NOVU 1, 1877. rresi-lent Hayes visited llicbnioiiJ, Va., Tuesday. , Tlie Rus-ians seem to be getting the upper baud of tiie Turks. Only eight hundred and fifty bills were introduced In ths lower bouse of Congress? la t Monday. Senator Morton, at last aeoouiits, was in a dying condition, and s pro lably dead by tbis time. John Welsh, of Philadelphia, lias becu nominated for the Lritish ML, I eiou, to tbc eurpri of everybody. The President pent in to the Sen ate the name- of John Baxter, of this State, for Judge of the Circuit United States'Court. Sixth The President haa designated the 29lh day ol November as a day of thanksgiving and prayer. ls)t us jnake it nationaland earnest. Ia tbc bouse, Monday, there were ofiVred over fifty bills to repeal the third section of the resumption act, and fully an equal number to restore the dollar of our fathers to iU old monetary power. A large crowd of people witnessed the proceedings in honor of the mem ory of...

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