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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 February 1878

,--1, Is V. : t I TILE EXCHANGE W. t.mui. U!ltrid ltit;::.i-. T'j do'- t ym:; i,i,c '. jr .,r .'.i u.n-.cLi' fitty m f.,r lb.-!-- uuti.i'jf , i:.vik.;lv ix . sen. Tc t itrt-JiSnrt. i 0 f.i:liil: . J, oi pti.-et bat UU t.rti ci . tie f.i,-r cf ci. tluuiy, aai , .,! l t:r.".;tj ruti-it-ii tu . Aniuutiri- Vjr Cf'r.rr-iK. villa. r.ir w a..,- an 4 I JO (A! - I I .t:u:; ' .n. f. ) V;e f..r piv.in. tnbff .on rsnd.iU'fw, frt Ci'nlf tj'.r iir.c. f .f! f'i"'i?n.J, t? 'V 1 M J CIS." - I r"''1 v r-r M - v mu i'T I . r.h 4 i 0. VliiN itv il .M,. CUl'MV IXMTIitSi'. ftTiftiT. norn Sb-.rl'f. TT.AKE"'"iK v rc k'jthrif -) u, 1 T I K J' t ( t ui" i'.jtr lur -bentf I ! 1 ' . i trv ui!."-i:i'( :o : - . t f i.-ii 'r i'ir r- tlip lo T J'.'i IN. I , ,T.-r ujt r.(i!- 'tniiiifr !'or i J J'.' i iil'-i'iniv jl liir in n i?t-.-- J I tt l t-'-ii :,i v ;-:," I :. . f .i - ; li vai k . i I K!U i.:i,i.l" lo r.ii(f a ji-- j ; ..- rl". j.--im jir ui.:; 1 rl r. ( . ; ; 5 .-j . i r; ;i :t-t ,'i s ; , i :i e 'i-i ; i . ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 February 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A. W ill!;. ruhSihcr. MILAN, TF.:;xeSSEE. CUIUIENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. ineii(ue Committee on Public Landf have ..ed to report a bill forfeiting all ...... .auui IO railroad corporations which nave railed to fufil, the condition upon which such prints were made. It is esti mated that the bin. If passed, will restore to tbi mil. I;,. .. : , . .. , uoiunn, auoui ioo,ooo,rvi acres of land. Anionic the road rhumerated are . ,.' .ern I'''ilii Texas Pacific, Atlantic -u j acme, utile Kock and Fort Smith, St -.".p. au iron Mountain, New Orleans liiiton Notice and Vickl,urr, and Hcveral iiie',-s. The Senate his voted to restore the frank- m;; privilege, and it U Micved the House wjii concur. An oflieial statement to fVin-n.i reir-.t inir the recent war against th SiotlX shows That the climated cost of the War is 1, and the whole number of persons kill ed cr.. IU olli.vrs and 27 enlisted men ...-rWere two officers and 123 euli.ted men Wounded. vuiioul notice has been publ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 February 1878

Fifths AreBul Symbols of Train. As tlie scholar see in the vain but beautiful tnytlioloeiet ,l the ancient the embodied ex pressions of the hutiTT human soul, blindly p-oj.iiiff after the lutinib;, so the j!iv.i:iun bee in that tsipiilar myth of the sixteenth century tu fountain of perpetual health and Vntlth Dtl iVIiri... ..i . .f ,1... 1 . T 1 I'MIIIIUS (II BUI- rerin? humanity li,r a rctiieo.v that bliouM for ever prevent the Incurrion of disease. The wilils of Europe were ranacked for this won derful fountain, and l'once de Leon fou.'htfor It in the rypreig-EWzinjis and tailzied ever (rlades of our sunn- Florida. M-n have searched for it everywhere and anywhere but where it really is in the human body itself. Hie Mood is tiic real fountain of liertieuul health and youth. When this n.uive is cor rupted, the painful an 1 onow- rv ui ini; ef fects are visiUe In manv haj:e. The niiilti farious forma in wlikii it manifests itself would form subjects u-ion which 1 might write volumes....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 February 1878

tsj'jp Ti.' rs -4-- ttftBsrx-sawiMr ess THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. FE3T 28. 187. Senator Ferry has been elected President pro tern of the U. S. Se nate. This makes big fourth year in "that position. Returning Board Anderxon has been sentence to two ye rs im prisonment at Lard LW, end the ther scoundrel are badly scared. Mr Tin)?. Atcheson, edit ir of the Nashville Banner, ;nd M:.j. Tom O'Coner had a street fl !i t Tuesday, in consequence of an article published in the Banner. Peace between Russia arid Turkey has not yet been ncid.-, nd the Litest ol, I,.,', o t.L.. i ,, , . . , wouia vei nave to tikf. a naril. rne ia making extensive preparations. The Democrati: Executive Commit tee of Madison county have C;dled a convention t meet at Ja kon on t'oe 11th day of May, for the purpose of nominating candidjteji lor the various ojlices to Lc filled at the Augik-t elec tion. The co?t of the present ?y?tem of banking to the people has been, up to tlds year, ?L'67,OO0.OOd, that U'ing the amount...

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. — 7 March 1878

THE EXCHANGE KrBM iirriox h.vti.s. Twa dollar year: one dollar foroix monthr: .P! eenU for three Months, iraiaLT ix A&- iXXOaCEMETTS. ' To Candidate. The followlnr -le of price but been feed en bjr the pam-nt of thia eeaaty, and ill be f trictly adhered (u : ABB.aarrua.ata. ' For Cntre. f n (in For .Imlre and Attorney General. 7 .Vi For IiHlatnre. j Hi For County Otnnera. 5 on Calls' for trMDi to berea candidal, five cent per line. ' lttHi Tirtieta. ' Pinrle thnamnd. ; rip Two t nanml mr mure (in aaaxardar) 1 su erma : trii-Hy rah. Tarsrox Miwana,, IIi mkiii.ki II nail B, lU'Mkol.lT JoCIKAL. Milan ExrHaMic. ( OIKTY IXUTIOX. mrtiiiT, arcrsr J. irrl ( oairl J CMTIl VI. Weaneaa'hai irtd t announce J -lii. T. ar.liti, nf Trenton, af a cantii- lr ;or Jiidre "f tli-.' Uih 1'ircuit. hkf-ritr. 1LKM01tE Weareautboriard to an- k manrr I. il . 1.1 uk em ore a a candidate for . .-IutiS at tljaaet election. HKr i.EV We are aothoritrj to announce .1. II. Hi-flc) ac a candidate for nueria at r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 March 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, - W. A. WIDE. Pabllthrr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. CUKKEXT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The House Committee on Education and Labor, to whom wa referred varioua mat ter in reference to Chinese immigration, report that, inasmuch as the great majority of Chinese immiranUareunvrillingto con form to our institutions, to become perma nent residents of our country and accept the rijrht and assume the responsibility of citi-r-ensbip, that the President be requested to open correspondence immediately with the iovernment of China and Great Britain, with a view of securing a change or abroga tion of all Mipulatfon in existing treaties which permit unlimited immigration of Chinese to the United States. Representative Clark, of Missouri, has in troduced in the nouse a bill providing for the removal of sunken vessels in the Mis sissippi River and its navigable tributaries. The bill provides that after 00 days' notice the Government boats shall proceed to re move any sunken vessel and make whatev...

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. — 7 March 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W. A. YTa'iK, rablisher. TENNESSEE MILAN, OUR SILENT FRIENDS. Oh not to alien aklon and fur-off Mlirre we n-nd-r onr beloved 1 Tl.r do n.,t iro Froiii ii in iroinr to .oi, -,, M,r, v know. " ' " they niake uu mmvi-r to our luim? IB not Mlciit to u all our jfur-' And yi't liis arms re round im in onr wop: -o in,-, w no suiire itli iiim the- power to Must slime, hi noarncsH and liis .il-i:tuc I i-rliup, tli.y ,itiy av ol ii, The dHl !' Of ua b drell una Un-Hin union the tombs, " Nor ever how ulinrt 8 :iv fiVrln'iil hu-rnal IiKlit enfolds onr Il.- ( i ntr ;iooms or ever lieed the voice troiu lu aen that Ultltll "They an- tlie dead, who yet bel ieve in deal li." fVirf Spmrrr, in lite Christian Inii-a. BLIC-A-BIIAC. Air: "Litti.k Iikown Jro." Oli! for a jut; that I ran pnint, Jmjoliea, uicnce, old ami iimiiit. To dceomte Jim's tlic livelong dux Is ouiie too hu fully nk-e, thi-y my. Cliorut: lis! ha! Iia! iMcitleoinanie; Little lro n jug, I'll decorate tln-t-. Ixively ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 March 1878

THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1878. TOL.. 5, 3VO. I. Tills week begins the fifth year of the Exchaxge. During the past four 3-ears we have had a hard time in keeping the machine moving ; but we have a better prospect now than ever. Our circulation is altout one fourth larger than at any previous time, making it a much letter adver ting medium. We make no details ed promises for the future, but will do our best to make a paper well worth your money. The State Democratic Executive Committee, nt its meeting last Wednesday in Nashville, called a con vention to meet in Nashville on the 2Mh day of May next, for the purpose of nominating candidates for Judge of the Supreme Court. The committee declined to call a guberua torial convention yet Hot Springs, Ark., was nenrly ru ined by fire last Tuesday. Two hun- (Ireland fifty houses were burned, including hotels, printing oilices, banks, etc. The liws is estimated at between $250,000 and 5300,000. The European war is about over, the peace preliminaries...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 March 1878

THE EXCHANGE W. A.WtDt, F.tltr and Pntill-lier, M liMniITIO KITKS. Two dollars yewr: one dollar for ii month.: fifty rr-nu for three months, ikrAtueu i i- " AKCIC. axoi cej exts. To Candidates. The followiar -nle ot price hna been arreed on by the iot.er -f title eountv, aud will be eirietl? adheivd ta: lannirmrili. r nr "omcreae, l'or.ldire..aad Attorney lienerid. fin HO 7 :i for '"sctT Uflinrr. rr i.etrimur1 r. ou CitHs f.r (irrsuiu to become euidiaate. live crot pur line. I Irrflon Tirkela. Pinele thnaaan.. - 0 Tw tlmuMuxi ar more (in tome order) 1 30 Term" .-trietlr eaA. T:tox M'no. ill aiuti.or lleiiui, III hiiiii.dt .. Mi;,a KicHAM.r. Ot ATI I;I.KTION-. 6ATI HUAr. 11I XT 3. t'lrrwK Court Jndre. CARTT7 Kin Wearethiued toannounfa John T.- Cartbel. of 1'rnilnn, a candi date lor Jui- of Hie I.'vta Cirmit . - m MteritT. BLAKEMORE. Wrar aathoriwd to a,n jiivnrc J. li . lifakeinore na a emididate lor s.benff ut toe neit eleeliun. nfTI.t'V. Wr nre anthoriird ,'o annonuee J. II . Ilefl...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 March 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE W. A. W K I) L. Publisher. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CURRENT NEWS. WAHIN(iT(W. Speaker Ilandnll jrivcs ft a his opinion that t'oiurrow ran adjourn July 1, the aver age duration of lonp sessions. He says t lie impression that the Appropriations C'om tnittee is behind is a mistake, that the work of that Committee is us far atTtanced as usu al, and that no cxtctisii n of the session will lie necessary on that account, others' are confident that there ean he no adjournment before August. The House Committee on PuMie Lands h:ie lurrecil to report favorably a bill which provi-h that the not lees of contest nowprn- ided for by law , under the licni'-stead prc einptioii and tree-culture l;iw of the I'nit' d Slate, shall hen-after be printed in some newspaper printed in the county where the land in contest lies, and if no new-paper be printed in Mich county then in a newspaper printed in the county neatest to such land The Senate Committee on Indian Affair have agreed to report fa...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 March 1878

The Orinl. "What think you would be the remit If the frth should sUip pinning around the sun! V ere you ever near a lart'e and intricate ma chine lien one of iu heels became clocked or timkcn near ttouh to hear the pratinp JarriiiR clash, the emiUen, tieafeiiiiijr crash i Astronomers a.-.-nre u that precisely similar cHerts. only on a-i inconceivalilv erander scale, would l.c .rodmeU if our OHrth one of the wheels in the universe-mac hlne should uMciily eeae its revolution. Iu other words, there nouldlw a cencral cluhh and crahh of fHtelkic. planets and (y.-Unw. Whet we terra financial crises are due to eiinilarcauseg. One of the wheels in the flnanee-imiehiiie becomes c oL'c.-d, jierhap (.l,aurcd. The terrible Mall-Mrwt -crahh" which follows is oom nuinicated to every part of the tinam iaJ niceh anism of tlie country. Hut analogic do not Mop here. There is th:it other mechanism, tbe most intricate of ail sometimes culled an or-t'lini-'i) liccaue It generates its own forces the huin...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 14 March 1878

1 mania in rwfi ILAL." nil 'JWlaaai THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MARCH 7. 1878. Who w ill be the Governor of Ten nessee Is just now one of the " lii 1 1 v Patterson" conundrum. The first and eighth ward green back clubs of Austin, Texas, have nominated Senator Isham (I. Harris ;f Tennessee, for President in 1NN The war is over in 1'urojH1. Th- Tnternational Congress w liieh rieets nt j nj on i 11. M !ii!:'s I'.ii ni, hear Nnt IScrlin will divide out the spoi!, mid eliun li, g .t into a dillieulty a new map will he nrces-ary. Turkey j wl.ieh resulu-1 in t!ie death of the 1-it-as a European power is at an md. j tor. It seeiiis tliat they tpiaireled doubtless, and the "K-tstern question" j ;il),.ut the possession of a piev.f land, is no nearer adjustment than before. The MiXAX Ext nAXt;!: has entered successfully tition its fourth volume, i :..".. 11... i : i. ib in .in tr Aient ul Mii iiiMi e , ie , , i . , - .. lnenu :uc anuinlant and coninineit success, lor he merits it in an eminent aegr...

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. — 21 March 1878

THE EXCHANGE W.LM tDi;MI tar aa.4 Pa al tar. NrRM KIPTI! KATFft. T aVIIart a year: one dollar for ail monthf: 1 fiy rent for three aoatua, latABiaaLV ia aim AX.Ol.CEnE.T. To Candidates. The following ictU of price, hai been accred ob by the paper of thi cuniity.aaal ill be atrictly adhered to: A aa in. For rearr. flfl l or Jadceand Attorany Uenamt, 7 SO Foe LcriM&tvre. 5 tti For Cmoty Officer. 6 ) Fur li'ntriet Oticee. V) Cn.Ui- for KrHU to becoase candidate, ate tati perliue. Irrllti Tirana. finglr thousand. K 00 Two tc.ourrd or ntore (ia ne order) 150 Term .-tnctly cak. T..TO MlRBOB, Hvmihii.pt Ilr.iM.n. I anoi.trr Ubaxub JorBkai., ilLAk EiCMAaUk. OYt.IBF.R FLECTIOX. Far tLfrrmn. Ca.LIWEIX.-W are authorirod I aa anunreilon. Kohart P. Caldwell, of C.ib ii. candidate for 'Micrr? la thie ttbe t'th) t'ongrnohrnui oWra-t. OI .Tf EI.KtTIOW. in muT. AiursT I. 4 1 rem 1 1 rtirl Jade. CYRTHEL. WenrrontfcoriM-dtonnnounee . lohn 'f . C'arrhet. of Trenton, e a aaadi lale tor J uage f the ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 March 1878

I THE MILAN EXCHANGE, . .IT. i.WiUt.P.tlifcfr. . MILAN, - TENNESSEE. CUItRENT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The suit apainit Gen. O. O. Iloward on account of deficit in his accounts as, Com miNsioner of Freedmen'n Bureau, have been decided in his favor, on the ground that the funds in question were in the hands of Q.W. Balloch, a detailed offlcer.and the defendant wa therefore not refponible. The Houe Judiciary Committee will re port ajrainnt approving the special legislation of the Legislative Acsembly of Arizona, granting right of way acrots the Territory to the Southern Pacific Railroad, on the ground that the Territorial Leginlature has no power to grant fpecial privileges. Thin in reckoned as one point (.cored for Col Scott's Texas Tacific scheme. Among the PosUuaKters recently confiniv ed is D. G. Potts at Petersburg, Va. Potts was opposed by many Republican Senators, on the ground that he was a Lk-nioerat, but bis appointment was tinally confirmed bv six majority. - -.- The nomination 9?...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 March 1878

THE MILAN EXGHANGE. , A. W1I1K, r.Mi.her. MILAN, TENNESSEE. SOMEBODY'S MOTHER. The woman was old and ramrod and irry. Aad bent with the thill ol the winter's (lay; The i.flr-!l as wet with rveent snow " Ajid tire woia' ! writ tt't-d and alDw.y Bhe Htood at the crossine, and m airerl lontf, Alonr, niicarcd lor, amid tne Minui of human lieinprs alio passed Iht by. Sot lireded tlx; kaaicc ol Liiruiiiiuux eve.,. iHiwn tinner; antli l.xagUaiid shout,. .1 fulad in the lrt-edoin of. m:Ihm1 let out," 'anm the boyn, like a floi-k of sheep. Hailing the enow iled white and deep. Pant the woiuun ho old and Kray Uastened the children on thir ay. Nor olfered a h e 1 ) i n jr hand to bur, r?u week, ao timid, afraid to etir Iest the carrhiffe wheels or the horse,' left should crowd her down in the slippery tre e. At lat came out of the merry troop ' The uuyest ladlie of all the group , He paused beside her, and whispeM- d low, " I'll help you across, if you want to po." Her aired hand on his at row...

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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. — 21 March 1878

THE EXC IIAXGE THURSDAY. MAECII 21. 1878. Europe is still equabblin over the lIuo-Turkii4i treaty of peace, with tjo prospect of an early settle-incut. The Supreme Court of Louisiana Jias reversed the decision of the lower Court io Returning Board AuderuV rase, which virtually ends the prose cution of the others. Thw turns An derson loose, and makes Wells once jnore "a peer and not a vassal." The Dispatch is the first and only paper in this State that has favored the introduction of the whipping pot in Tennessee. We say now, as we did then, that the re-etxiLlUhment of the whipping post would lw the best and most effoctual means of jjet ting clear f the array of tramps and dead heats t hat now flood the country. The whipping post would do more to pre vent jKjtty larceny, and misdemeanors of various kinds, than all the jails and penitentiaries in the laud. Jnck ?n D'aqxitch. Go slow, neighbor. The Ex change favored a whipping post law vears ago, and lias frequently men tioned it in th...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 March 1878

THE EXCHANGE W. i,WADC, Mllru4 Pabll.har. M BM RIITIOM RtTU. Two Julian a year; on dollar for fix aioothr; flfty cecu for throe monthi, iteiablt ix l'A!tC. AAOL".CE.nEXT. To Candidate. Tha follow id atale of price Lu Laea nrrecd on by the rapra of tbU county, and w ill a (trictl y a d her d to : For Oonrtvea, $10 00 For Ju ilre end Attorny Cieoe.al. 7 40 Fur I.cei-lanire, S K For County OtliTr. 6 AO for Jtiatrict Officer. J M Call fur ixnuni to baeoaa aandidatea, 4ra eentf pr line. l(lai Tirkat. Simla thousand. It 00 Two t.iiaii4 ar wore (in mm order) 140 lurmt .-lri-.-tly cab. Tkcktok Mtaaon, IU kioi pt Hiiii.1, HlMBuI.CT (iklNGK JotaXAL, OVtlilK :LMTIOJV. CALTW Uounre iTLL.-AVe trr aulborited to an ll.m. KuUrt P. nil well, of Gib- nm.dt ramlulite tr eon;re in lni una IHh) intrrr-tu uxl district. tOlXTl" KLKCTIOK. HILKSDIT, it GCHT 1. Irrult taajrt Jaialse-. CARTH KL. We are. autheriicd to announce John T. Cartl.el. of Trenton, i a candi dal for Judac of tbe l:itb Circuit- KF. All....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 March 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, W.A. ffiW, Fibliihrr. TENNESSEE. MILAN, CUKIIEXT NEWS. WASHINGTON. The majority report of the IIoute Com mittee on Civil-service Keform.recommend in? the removal .f Doorkeeper lV.lk.for vio lation of the law and Inefficiency, is finned by Mr. llarrifon (111.), Democrat, Chairman of the Committer, and Mecrs. Cox (O.), James, Tuph and Sexton, Republicans, and Potter and Morgan, Democrats. Messrs. Cook, CraveuN, (iarth and Henry, Demo crats, )iii in a miHority report, which, while admitting numerous mi-takes en the part of Col.l'oik, claims that precedents existed for hi" action, and denies that he ia guilty of any flagrant violation of law sufficient to Justify liiH removal. Secretary fccburi's scheme to abolish the pension offices through the country ban been indorsed by the lloiise Committee on Ap propriation. The Pension Appropriation bill airreed upon provides that all pensions shall hereafter be paid by the Secretary of the Treasury. This will ret-ult in a hir...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 March 1878

THE MILAN EXCHANGE, TT. A. WAHK. riibl:fcrr. MILAN, TENNESSEE. "0 PILGRIM, COMES THE XIUIIT SO FAST." O Pilgrim, come the ninlit eo fast? 1- not the dark thv heart appall, Tliou'li loom thf;Hli.ninwN vaiieanl vat, lor Ixive tdiull nave an nil. There Is no hope lint tliin Jo Tin ouch team tiint catlia-r fant ami fall ; Too izri'utto nri-li Iaiw must lie. And Iaixu hiiaH have us uil. Have patience wit li oar loss and pain. Our trrnilili 'l i-puee of lnyi ho hinall ; We "hall not it retell our aiina in vain, For Ixive ahall save us all. O I'iljrriin, lint a moment wait, A ixl e Khali hear our darlings eall Ilevotiil Heath's mute and awiul (fate, And Lxive shall have us all. Celia Tharter, in Scrilitur for March. MISS EDITH HELPS TIIISQS ALOSG. "My fister'll lie don in a minute, nnrt says vmi're to wait, il you please, Anl hhvm 1 mijrlit M.ny 'till ulie came, if I'd promise lier never to tease. Nor p':tk 'till ynu rpnke to mo first. liut tliat'x iiiuieM-iinc, for liow would you Vnow Wha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 March 1878

mam THE EXCHANGE! ' lUUlkCfAl, Vt . -1 kV. A X ill, lOlO, A vpssi capsized off the coast of England lat Sunday, and over three hundred lives were lout. Montgomery Blair still wants to I unseat Have and peat Tilden In the Presidential chair. .Somebody ought j io tit down on Blair. I . I Senator Howe made a goose of j himself by attacking the policy of the Administration last Monday and abusing everything Southern. A polar wave passed over the lower lake region and on through New York, New England, and Canada List Sunday, accompanied by a snow storm. Snow fell to r depth of fif teen inches in New Hampshire, and there was a hard freeze at other jKiinU. It is thought the fruit in many places: lms been killed. The opinion is gaining ground that England and Russia will yet have a fight to settle their difficulties. If they do, cotton will be worth almost nothing. We advise our planters to lo very careful in their calculations stud preparations for planting this season, lid eure to rai ple...

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