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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 July 1874

SCHOOL STATISTICS. 'Twm Sarnrtay nltfit, and trscher it Aloor, tar tank puraaiDKi 8b mumN till ami ohr Mvrrared that Of all tht bw clua cm doinjr; Bh rrckonnl i-r o-ntaire, so moy boyi And ao many (rirla all ennnul. And marked all th- Unif and alrnt-a. And to What all tbe aboenoc ainounUtl; Kam and rwilrlwiw wmt'ln full. Over minr rolimim and Tankw, T.iitwic. Atr.c n, ,lt, An1 avrfigf1 ll thnir ari-a. The date o! adimaion ol vtry one, 1 hf cum l Hi)?' Il iti'in; And prepared a lint 01 trru'limtca Kor tlie coming extuuij.itioa. Iter wmry head nk low on 1t Wk, And h-r weirv heart s ill ..ir,r. For .me of her u-.i Ib h.td little lTin, And she could nut furnish mire. She ! pt, the drvaim-d ; it in-emed he dltfi, An tier spirit went lo Had a. And they net her there ntn a itietion f'r, State what the jm r cent, ol jour grade is ? Aa had alowly rolled away. Leaving lint p-irtml truce. And the U-nchera apirjt walked one day In the old turnili-tr plie-eg. A mound of Innnilizeil ho il r porta...

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 July 1874

the .i.- MILAN EXCHANGE. W.A.W AIIK. I ilitur nul PablUhrr. miw i;:i It.lTKM. Tni1'itlip ii-rr; ii".lnllarf.irnx Month: ifllfT relit lor llliev i'ind., ivfcj il y v jj. K. Altt tt! i lM.V(; K.iTfcM. :. ' i El I ne Week 1 1 7i 2 Sn 4 75 7 ."m in lwii'Vwk... 1 '.I 2: 7' t " 7 25 112'. 1( (i 'I'Iht" Wm-kf. 2'' '; Tji nil tt.Vil'iit "4 nil i.ie Month.... ' v 4 r. 2i ii in is 7" :mi Two M..miIi . 4 i i ' in 1(1 ui I'l (Hi :m mi 4 ml Thrw Month " "" !J ;Vi 21 To !i7 Vi lio 111 .M.n'h-... Miil'iijiUi"imii t m ! ine .Mmh.. 1" - 17 7" 21 : is 71 77 nw 12:1 m i. Year 12 '1 21 ll :i(l (l .17 M Kl (HI 144 IX lioiil.le-ri.hinin ii.lier-tiM'ineuti, lUjier cent, ad- -Miiee mi the ahntf r.itep.. Tri.lr-enliiinn ml (lix nu'iiti', 20 jut cent. ad- vmii on the iTm.w rate. Adverii.einviit- t .n-enoy Fpeeial position, 10 iTe'nt. m'lvMiri it ii ihe alime rate. Nmi. in llii- atiie 1yie it Ineal ri'iijuie Mailt i . ! 2.. nr .tut. advance on I lie itlmvi: rm'v. . '.viliitunrie... Ti i'lii't k of ile-peid (e...

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 July 1874

! Y i 11 LAN EXCHANGE. I County Directory. itiif.no.tn TIITABIX. I.olt illr anU M nnpliii Kailr4. TliAiyS f'l 11!. Am; ks. T' r Ti-'. 1 . A. M. '.". A. M. r. a. V,:.t r. si. TuAIN'S J.MKTH. H-" A. M. f . H. '. ' r. W. : p. II. .. W. ING, Ag-i-ut. .Ma. I. f OrlfraH, St. I.ouiH and liicno. h'jiTi:. IiI. 7.-M A. M. VIM A. !. L.-n-'. li:'i r. X. K': "1 r. H. i:i.rr-y, T V, . . oi a. M.-iii. r, iMi.. u. r.:.v.r. m. 1'. H. h awks. A?. .,!. 1 ruins iti f itlior i'. l. if ne ii-;iry, ,l half m. li.tui i..r traiui- "ti tlie .ti.. -,. Arrival and Di-iiarlnrr of the Mailt. . riivr f.' Tii tl:c Smith ami V.'t-t at 6:4.i p. m. J-'n.in ll.i' Last, Jl::u ji. m. l ruui the Xortli, jr. a. m. l.-,art North ami r.a?t.r,:4".i. in. U't-.-t.lI: 1. m. Smith. -4 a. m. J. ti. 11""J, rostlllil.ter. C01"NTY i!"FK ET.S. J..r.. Yil!iniii. S!i.-ri J. M. ('. II . Iiin ". 1'ii.Mity Court Clclc. 1:. K. r.-iinc. Chiiiii-ory Cdiu t 'lt ik. V vt. .'."'irr. ir" nil Cum C'liii. V. M. Il-iif.pnl. r;-.,i,er. J. i. Mri:-n....

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. — 23 July 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Accorpino to the statistics of emigra tion supplii d by the officials, at Liverpool, 17,203 im tiis sailed from that port for va rious places, principally the United Stat, during: the past month. Up to the present time there is a decrease, of 4,",4"21 in the number of emigrants, as compared with the five months of 1S73. As aquatic biddy lus made her appear ance on a Vermont farm, hhe ha chosen ducks and jree--e for her associates, and has been seen to plnnrc with them into water, swim across the ond,come out and shake herself like any old water fowl. In swim ming she naturally falls Ixhind. in conse quence of her feet not being well adapted for paddling purpose. Diking the hearing of a petition bra wife for the restitution of conjugal rights in London a short time ago, the plaintiff in cross-examination, admitted that she had sometimes smoked a cigarette, but that whi n she had done so it had been at the request of her husband. At this point Jlr. .Justice llannen ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 July 1874

"THE EARLY BIRD." PAiimLT orer the .Ir-w-wet rrua Tnpl blup-pyKl Milly, the former' Um. BwiunnK hr milk-pail to and fro. At b murmured a love-aon on and low. Many a auitor.Millj bad, ,rorn KUlre' nB tn the brrrtman'i ldi But she arailxt on all with a merry glance, And gre cacta wooer aa equal ofaaace. Xow faithful TVnalt, the herdsman lad, The more be lowd her rhe more was aad ; "For what with the equire'i on," thought be, "she nrrr will turn a thought to me!" Rut doa the meadow be rated the hay, Wbi-n Millv went singing along that way. lie wirhl her pu. ami ehe cried, in jft- 'Tim the early bird' you know the rrl!" Then suddenly Donilil prew ao bold Ibal the "old, old niorv" wan quickly told; And blue-eyeo Milly waa Bothinir loth V.?.L. ' mom in r to plight her troth. Oh! foolish Oonaid!" ehe cried, in (rice. To wait ao lone for a hint from me!" Then merrily over the d-w-wet frrana TripjH'd Iona!l and .Milly, bU own nweet lam. I'idtjiendrnt. the doctor. BT RATE PfTXAM OSfJOOO. TIe ...

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. — 30 July 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. A.WBF. V'tUmr Mod Faoliehrr. MTBNCK.IITIUX BATES. Tiro dollars it fdj. .- Jollarforsix months: Sity ftuii fjr tLiec u.4.:hi, in'TaKIablt ix i- Alt) LUrrsiMi BATES. '- X o : i M i a g r 3. a a R ' ! ! a ; ' i ; !. T HfiCE. ie Week Two Weeks ... Tt.ro i erV.s. 'iiM Month.... "Two M .niii. 'i brer Mouths I ls 1 in. 2 .'u 1 TS 7 Nr 11 i.V IT IS TV an to 37 ; vi 90 ii 12 0u )s mi 24 ( 3ii (ii 4S () til t U lit i U4 im 2 V. 4 ho i' 12 ii 7 ufi 10 l L V w .-ui . !. M ."nubs' f. (ii 11 Vi 3 Oi ?ie Months. M & 17 r- V S 7i One Vear..-. .i II t i 00 .".7 On Double-column aJverli.rmeiiU, 10 per cent. ad vance on the shore rales. .- Triple-column advertuinieots, 23 per rent. ad vance on the aiiov rale. . Advertisements to i.-.-ni.v special position, 10 per rent, advance on the abuve rau-s. "i.ocsl Notice", " the si uie type as local reading u.Mier.- ill p-r cent. adtauce on the iiU.re re'. 0rifn '. Trihnt of Rcpeet (except snch a coiue officially from charitable societies...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 July 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. RILkOOTIE;IABtE. I-onlevlllrand JlfnphURl!p4. trains ecc'tii. sstvrs. fc:15 A. K. M.&r. if . rrpABTS. S:X A. M. lyr)r. m. Tr Ei press. .Mail. TRAIN'S KOI.Tn. P IS. M. 8:SS. fi:i r. m. 6:fO r. A. W. LOVING. Agent. Ei press. Mail. w Orliini, St. I.onie and Chicago. SOUTH. Mail. Express, ."7:0a, . 9:00 a If, 10:00 r. M. 10:00 r. m. noptii. Express. 7:55 a.m. 8:(Wa.i. 5:40 p. '6:55 p. M. P. IT. HAWKS. .Agent, Trin on either road, if necessary, wait naif an buur for trains on lbs other. Arrival and Departure of the Malls. Arrive from the South and Wcat at .45 p. m. From the Eut, 11:30 p. m. From the North, ,9:45 a. in. Depart North and East. 6:45 p. jn. West, 11:30 p.m. Somb.S.lja.m. J. U. Boyd, Postmaster. COLXTT OFFICERS. Jons. Williams. Sheriff. M. C. Holmes. County Court Clerk. li. E. Raines. Chancery Court Clerk. Wm. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. -W. M. Ilklfurd, Coroner. J. fl. MrEwen. f rute'. .;. I). Allen, Tax Collector. J. A. W. Moss, County ...

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. — 30 July 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. It a bird In the hand Is worth two In the bush. It Is no loss true that a thorn in the bush Is worth two In the hand. Jepdo, Yedo and Tokio are the names variously applied to the capital of Japan. Formerly the country had two capital cit ies, which were reflectively the residence of the Mikado anil Tycoon. These were Klo-toand Yedo, the Utter known through the Dutch as Jeddo, but officially pro claimed bs Tokio about seven Tears since, when the Mikado a)Ktlihed tlieTyeoonate, and, as Emperor of Japan, centralized the General Government, and established his residence at Tokio, the meaning of which is Eastern Capital. At the foot of the Rocky Mountains, just within the Canadian I ominion, there has been established a thieves' and out laws' paradise, which already numbers a population of .VO men, besides some wo men and children. These people are fugi tives from outraged United Suites justice. They spend their time in illicit distilling, and barter the product with I...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 6 August 1874

A SEA D RE AIL ' t V v. T JOB o. WHITTIKE. Wa aw the alow tirlea po and coma. ST"? Tbe curving aurf Hnes lightly drawn,' The (rrT rK.a touch d wiio t-aler bioom Beneath tbc Ireth-blowa roM oX dawa. - - We aaw in richer aaDeelt Inat Tbe anniher pomp ot abowery noona; And aiirnal aN-ctrJ aaila that crowed The weird, low litflit of aea-born moona. On dtnrniv evea from cliff and head ' H e ww the wlnta ray Uxwed and ipurMd; While over all. in g-nld ami red, Jta face of fin- the lilit-noose turned. The mil ear brought Ifg d idy crowd, . , Hall euriiMia, hull in'tiji real,' -LikejMuwirir aaiUor fl mtmg cHiada, We aaw the m aa they canie and went. - But, one cHm mnrninr. aa we lay ' ' And watched the mirage lifted wall - Of ca-t, acruaa the lr-inv bav, -Alid heard alar the curlew sail, . . And nearer voice wild r tame, Jt airy flock and euildib Uirotifr, te r i , C frotu the r'a etltre there cine Kami anatchea of familiar Sonic. Carelee we heard the aincrer'a choice. l old and common am: a...

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. — 6 August 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. W. i.W4I)E.MII.r.4 Pnbll.hrr. Ni aM'BIPTlOX UXTIJ. Two ilnllin year: one 1 1 1 m r for month': Blty iiu for three month, i.ivakiably in ai- VaI-CI. ADVlKTINIX-l K ATI-i. f)ne Week 1 ( 1 7.".: 2 4 7". 7 12 '' Two V,k..i 1 .VI 2 7". 3 7- 7 II IS f' Three W'ek. 2 m 3 Vt S 1 .Vi 1". (i C4 'i One Month.... I 2 .nt 4 fit t Ii'. 1.. IS "V 'Vi (n Two M.ntb..l 4 i 7 i I" ' H' ' "'. 4" ' Thre Month., S 8 7'. 12 M S 7" 37 .H. fill Six Month...' " 14 SH i (1 . i'l Nine Monthr- 1" 2' 17 7". i Hi 4 7T 77 l I-! ! One Year 12 i 21 l Hi ti o7 ll !M i 144 IW Uonblc-colnmn advertisement.1, 10 cr cent. ad ance on the above rates. Triple-column dverti.Miifiit, 20 per ex-tit. ad van on the shove rat.-. Advertisements to occupy reil position. 10 per cent. advance on the alove rate. "Local Notice," in the aame tve as local reading matter,) 2j j.i r cent. advance on the above rutc. Ol.ituaric. Tribute of Rcpc'd (except Mich couie officially from chiirilMl'le H-ietiet'', ami remark on marriag...

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. — 6 August 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory! Business Mnta to bo increasing a little. - - A sweetfcented place the court room yesterday. Tlie fall term of Milan College commences next Monday. A great victory over the civil rigbter in Kentucky Monday. The platform every morning Li the liveliest place we know of the day. Nearly all Milan went to eanip meetiug at Double Sjnings last Sun day. dirt-nan Hm-sen, an artist at the St. Louis Gallcrv, died of flux List Arrival assd Depart a re T tfc JIalla. j Saturday. Arrive from the Sooth ana ffnt at 6:4.1 p. m. Business during the past Week has From ta East, 1L30 p. ta. From the North, i u 1 .u ,. :45a.. inaunaoiu. been brisk in the grocery hue. Dry- Depart Xorth and Eaat. :C . m. Wert. 11:30 ! goods dull. p.m. booth, :15a. ta. J. G. liuyd. Postmaster. BAILEOID TlXE-TiBLC Lsfaiavllle a ad Weefle Kail road. traixs surra. ssitvrs.. nrrT. nTEipreai, :la. ::&.. Mail. p. . 10:J r. a. TRAINS NORTH. Express, 0:15 . a. Wu,. Mail. 5:4ti. . f:"lr. M. A. W. ...

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. — 6 August 1874

GEXEKAL BRETITIES. Ix Cliioajro, when the rrirls are norned to, t lie n I urn question is. "WhoHeJiue- Diina are j ou jui now, and for how many day"' Morvr Vesi vit s is to have a railroad to the top co.-tiiifr S4.000.000. The upper Minion iu ix; fruanied uya ient House, fo as to protect it in est' of eruption, and the line is to le constructed in ieh a way that the utmo!t danger to le apprehended is the loss of a few hundred feet of rails. List of drink .offered at the bar of a Bethlehem ( ''a.) temperance house : "Soda water, Congrex watr, Ijetiigh Vater,Iel aware water, sprinjj water. IJushkill water, eye water, ro-e water, Fait water, encum ber pump water, rain water, court-house rool water, jail roof water, and water." A lady writer points out the fact as worthy of notice that, "while the men who commit suicide are alcuost always unmar ried, the women aro married or widowed." This lead to the inference that, while men cannot live without women, women find life unttearable with ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 13 August 1874

THE MILLER AND THE MILL. t a. r. tatlo. i ' 'IT Who nkirt wu trimmed wtih toe iWM'i down fom, Bflih mill with its wladow'd wall Of rusty rrd Mil tU- The whorl wm till in iu dank, dim room, The air aa whint a WTMrth ol emokr. The Unell Iltrht throtu-h tbrobwel fell, . Th mill wm dumlias i heaiber-beill The duty mill-r wm Iraninr o'er The lwT half of the battered door, Thinkinr the tliinfr. he alwayi thought, Tolling Uir rtibU no man had brought, Counting Ibe dreaius that came to nought. II. He mw four butb-rflie winfrrd In white That fluttered ovrr the wayside pool. They looked like bit of an old luve note To LtirT Jonea. and the Una he wrote But nrvpr sent t the flower of the school "What if he had " and ,,lVrha she might! " lie aaw lour hutterflir winr'd in rold And thought of what tilings the "perhaps A woman 'a loot on the powdered sill With are.h enough for a running rill. To walk his wor ld and he thought ap-sin. How blossoms show in the route of rain Make summer-time till the ...

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. — 13 August 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE- ; The elections throughout the State passed olf quietly last Thursday, and the regular Democratic nominees and W. A. WADE, Eelitor ! PablUhrr. BVnsmiPTIO BATI K. Tw M!- it tun nr.di.UiT f.irsix month.; ffv tm :-jr three month. i.v a-.ably i Af-Takcx. ADVTHTISIXU RATIOS. 5 I - One Week 1 wo w ki ... 1 OU 1 7i 2 .Mt onti-civil-righters were elected in ncar lv pvorv county. Memphis find Nush ilic oi l noble work in redeeming thenisi-ives, winning brilliant victories over the black-and-tans. We hope i o they v.ilJ not be sati-lied with this g j , and l.iy supinely Lack, thinking the j J country b saved. The good work is , 5 . only just begun. Let us now organ- in every district and county and win A TRACiir flllFTtR. 1 QSERiL Jf EWS. ' I fr,.lo .Tm T;-trit neirro. let rtorv The Anf i-Kiavpry 'uamnIon anil the , . , ,..,,. 1 L f . Knlh,r LoXra. ! Pf break CuC.AUUte OH 1.1S head fur T , , , i t nftv cents etch. John Crown was hanged on tusroil ; j Stoddard Johnson, of the e...

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. — 13 August 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. " KalXBOAD TIME-TABLE. LoatsTillr atxl Jlemplii Railroad. TRAINS pourn. 8:1.1 A.M. t-.V k. H. 10: Air. h. I"3Q. M. iiiu. TRAINS NORTH. S:I ft. K. ?:T) . M. S:o p. a. 6:Ul p. a. A. W. LOVING, Agent. Erprrsa, Mad, Xw rlas, SC Loala astd Cliieafo. EOCTH. Mas!. 7:40 a.m. (W a. m. Liprcsf, 10:00 P. M. 10:00 r. K. XOBTH. Express. 7:M.w. 8-00 a. a. Mail. :40r. a. 6:56 p. . P. H. UAWk.8. A rent. Trains on f-itlwT rsd. if aeneieary, wait half an hour ir trains ea the other. Arrival awd Departure of the Xalla. Arrive from the outa and Went at 6:i5 p. m. From the East, 11:3U p. m. From U North. f:4.'. ra. Depart North aad East. 6: .. Wast. 11:30 a. m. South. :4i a. m. J. O. Boyd, r?traatcr. COCNTY OFFICERS. Jons. Williams. Sheriff. M. C. Holme?. County Court Clerk. R. E. Haines. Chancery Cort Clerk. Win. Moore. Circuit Court Clerk. W. M. llaUorJ. Coroner. J. G. M wro. Trustee. 1. Allen. Ti Collector. I. A. W. lie. County Surveyor. A. 8. Currey. Superinteadeat ...

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. — 13 August 1874

GENERAL BREVITIES. Ix tbe TiiitcJ Statos there are twcnty ix countit'8 and furty-tive towns iiHid after tlie reat and good Father of his Country. liOXDOv prumblea at having to pay a dollar n thousand cubic feet for gas, not withstanding that bituminous coal is tw ice or even thrice dearer than here. A max whose neglect caused a recent railroad disaster in C'oatiectlcnt-wan bag-vaje-niasrt-r, station agent, exjres agcnt 1 freight c.uid ioir.. V" x . t Ax old p'ntleman died recently at Al lentown. Pa., who had bewmarried four times, the ceremonies having taken place on his fortieth, fiftieth, sixtieth, and seven tieth birthdays. Of the group of seventeen ministers who took the oath of allegiiairf -"to Queen Vic toria on her aecessii to the throne ttairty ven years ago, but two lived to partici pate in the recent anniversary ceU-lebrn tion Ijord llussell, now in liis eighty second year, and Earl Gray, who is ten years younger. According 16 a lat census there are 3.,000eaU in' liiiglawl...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 August 1874

MIDSUMMER. BT WILLI M CUMJC fcftTAjrf. A row" Is on nnb and in the air From which the it( spirit shrinks afraid. Anil -hellers him, lo nNk of deepsrt shade, From ine hoi eteaiu and from toe firry frlare. Look forth Ukd the earth her thousand plants AreemiUrn; even the dark suu-linit maiie t ninU in the fie id beneath ine torrid blaiej The h'T'1 Iwitidr Ihe rhaled fowntain panla; Fir lie is driven fn the lanica brown; The I. ml hss sonsrht his tree, th-nake hi den, Ttit- truni II it 1h d-ud In U.e hot streanj, and niea lfrop tiv iti Min-f troke in Ihe popuiouj town; An if the ! "I r'ire had dawned, and sent lis deadly breath into the Armament. BEWARE OF THE l0(i. His hat wag neither shabby nor out of Ante, nor iinlieooming. yet he crushed it in hi hand ; his cane had done him no inju ry, y-t (lis ti-eth closed upon its ivory han dle with savage vehemence. The fact was he liad betaken himself to tlie wood to meditate, and his meditations, though ah sorbing, were unpleasant. It will no...

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. — 20 August 1874

5 MILAN EXCHANGE. XT. A.YCADE. E4llrBd rMIher. RC'KM'RiPTiOX RtTlM. Two do'Ur a ymr: on dollar fornix month; f fir i-Mli fur three mouths, otariablt is ai Ti r.. ADII Ki.NOU KiTKS. ! S A i f t : I r t 0,,t W.k 1 ITS 2: 4 75 T . 12 0; Thn Wfkr. - " s:m ' ' '5 'j" 24 ; Ortv V.or.Th.... - . 4 :p 1 -I I.' "I I "MV Two Mn!V .. r" T 'i I1' J" l" n li i hre M"':lu i T" IJ flnt a 7" W) t, M,.',;h . 1,1 1 1,1 t ! ftt ' ' (' $ M-r.l!,-. V 17 T S .VI 4S 7". 77 la it: On? Yf ir i2 "i :l m 3u 0 7 (m ii t 141 Ki louijl"-r:innn 1 ei"1i,a,mctt. 111 percent. d- t- . . ... .. I . : i. Vi .l ...i.n tk i.ntm A'lvrTti.--rmr? to o'cimy pc-ial tuisitlon, 11 t r "tvit . n l (ir-f on the Imv rM'. Krtl Nuti-rs." in th Hair type ' l"nl mtiiuir lr.Htttr,) Co pr cent, uiivnure on f!te X'rx.ve rnlr. 4i'.i!nrtri". Trilnit of Kcppoft (cx-i't ?nrh a omr .fTV'-j n 1 1 v t'rnm rharibill 'fictic. nnil ri inark' on intiiKre', om'-hnlf it' rcjfulfir I Nli" r:lti'. Snn'ilt' :tnn(uil"i ni"tit" of nn-'i ip" nnil ii-n;!i- i...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 August 1874

MILAN EXCHANGE. County Directory. RAILROAD TI HE-TABLE. I.onlvrillsaud Meml n.llresl. TRAINS SOUTH. iii.cts. rrrn. T.iv Express, Mail. I Lil. M. S: .1 a. M. 10: 2u r. at. 10-.30 r. . TRAHfS N0RTII. Ejpixss. '' - Mail. n:4r. :Wr. A. W. LoUSd, Aeut. Xfw Or'.ttu, M. Lal and C'blcr. EOfTH. Mail, 7:40. M. t:IW a. . l.Xre?s, lli:UUr. . 10:1) M. X0RTH. Fxprrs. 7:Vi a. m. 8:tri a. M. Mail. 5:40 r. M. .Vo r. X. P. H. HAWKS. A rent. Train nn r iiher roed. if nc-ewaxy, wait half an hour lor traius on the other. Arrival and twpartare of the 91 stile. Arrive from the .nuth and West at 6:45 p. m. l'mm the Ka.-t. 11:30 p. m. From the North. U:i".a. in. !-i ait N'orth and East. 6:43 p. a. Went. 11:30 m. S-iiith. 9:4' a. m. J. ii. Ld, l'o-t master. COI NTY OFFICERS. Joiif. W i'liamn. PUirilT. M. C. Unlincs. County Court CTerk. li. K. Haines. Chancery Court Clerk. Vm. MiMire, C ircuit Court Clerk. V. M. II.i!frd. Coroner. I. it. M-Kwen. Trustee. 7. I. Alien, Tax Collector. I. A. W. lli. County Purvey...

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. — 20 August 1874

' GENERAL BREVITIES. It only cof-ts as much to tret your coat hrushed at a iSaratoga hotel as it does to buy a wisp broom. A little jrirl in Reading, Pa., recently saw an old drunken man Tyinfr on a door Men, the K-rspiiation pouring oft' his fare and a crowd ol children preparing to make fun of him. She took her little apron and wiped his face, and then looked up w piti fully to the rest and made the remark "On, say, don't hurt him; he is some body's jrrartcrpa."! T ' Thk IluOalo Common Council has made an ordinaitalim5rtlifoilwitijr pro-vi.-ions : "A nd wh and every dog so go ing at large shall have mrui'Tj' put on a gKxl, strong, substantial, and safe muzzle, so to effectually prevent jsaid jdog , from biting or snapping, and the owner of any dog found running at large contrary to the provisions of this section "shall - forfeit and pay the sum of $." for each and every flense." ' . IIi'kbavu and wife who have fought the world side bv side, who have made com mon stock with joy or ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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