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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 March 1879

MJLTilEilN FARM AM) I10ML. ll.KIM LTl mf, MOTE. Furmerg una pouiiryinen hve learned that there i a GirTerem in the fieoh t.f lewis, there in difference in the fleb cf cattl.', and that it is a desirable to have a hen that will lay as long as Io-ib!e ai it is to hare a crw that will ive milk for the longest possible time. J. K. iearson, about the line of aHon atrawberrw, My: ' About the time the biowoui tuJ appear, bow broadcast common rait over the bed, at the rate of ten buxhelft to the acre. I find that a bed that has been salted has fewer in recta, )es weeds, arid an increase of moixture, vry essential point in sue. cfMiui istrawberrr culture." Don't aHow a"hes to go to waste. They are amoci; tb" best fertilisers for almost all crops, and the very best for fruit trees. Always apply fertilizers to fruit trees as near the extremities of the roots as possible, Dot up acainxt the body r collar of the tree. The feeding roots are principally those farther; from the tree. Lateral roots ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 March 1879

a Til E EXCI I AXG E THURSDAY, MARCH 2"). 187:). OKDCfi or biim:ss. Supreme Court at Jr!in April Term, lHf.i. Tiie Court will fojunir.ff n tlu 12th Circuit with the uriliiMie '.usi lies of OIi u ciiiiitv, tifi'-r Ik :ir. ir.g oau-r from ibc oilier eountit on the docket f the l-'ih Circuit, iilt-.l on or Uforc tb? I3:! d:ty of June, 1877, will t:ike u tiie 11th Cireuit, then tli? 1 4: Ij Circuit !i"rii;:; only fdch civil cause as were filol ott or prior the 1 Jt 3i ofI;i'.. 177. The ei iniiiutl Joektt ol Sheller onun y wiil le taken ftp immediately after the 14tn Oiiou't is di-jiose.l of. ami (lie Court will then otninence hem-in; the Hhdhy comity Lav ami Chancery dockets. The Easy Docket for the Illh.l2th. 13th and 14th Circuit and Sbell.v couiilv Law and Chancery en?? will be. called on tii'J first Monday of May, 187'J. i'ive d::?s written notice must lo served on o;ji! t' coutir-c-1 itiid filed with the C! 'ik l-lV? any c:;'.i-e is placed on tin; Eay Docket. l5y order of tiie (Jo,...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 March 1879

Milan Exchange, nn VOLUME VI.- MILAN, TENNESSEE, MARCH 27, 1879. NUMBER 4 "I I! f! THE EXCHANGE WADE BROOKK. ldltora and Proprietor. Kl'BMCBIPTIOX EATEN. Two dollar a year; one dollar for fix monthr; rtTM'Dtiforthrein(nni. iAuiiL1' IK ad- orTV A CITY DlfttCfOST. C0TN7Y CTFTCKKS. J. t. Arnold. Sheriff. 1. C. H .lmea. County Court Clerk. B. K. (guinea, Chancery Clark. Trenton T. J. Williaan. Chancery Clerk. Humboldt. Vm. Moor. Circuit Clerk. Trenton. M- H.J4hnfjn, Li Coart Clerk'. HaroDolc't. t- O. CsrluUm, Coroner. J. C. Lone, Traxtee. Jamei A. Cox, County Mrvevor. A . f. Currey. fcjupericlondiint rnlilie Schools. I'. K. Con. Kiter. . L. Ware, ifayor. Jim. I. Lurk, City Manual. K F- Hnun. J. H. Illankf uhia. G. V. Mar in. K.J. Robertson. ?. irV Scynionr.'W. H. AUee. Aldfrrocn. CIIlKCHES. liaclif I Charh utreet. J. P. Weaver. Pastor. T 1. . .. , n.A Prai.r mMtin I Thurdv .veninff. Suiidnv-f hooi 9 a. rh. ! lfihoJit Nwrtb Main street. JM Maiaen, rat-.r. I'r-aebine every Sunday. Prayei ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 March 1879

wasb unooits, MILAN. - f EN NtSSEE A temperance Iaw has been so rigid ly enforced in the vicinity of Toronto that the tavern keepers of Newmarket have closed their houses and agreed not to reopen them till the act is repealed Pocahontas h to have a monument. Up to the present time there has not been so much as a tablet by the tomb at Gravesend, where she lies, as certified by the following entry in thejegister: "1C16, May 21, Rebecca Wrolfe, wyflfe of Tho mas Wrolfe, gent., aJVirginifVady borne, was buried in the chancel." Thb King of Siam has a body-guard of female warriors. It is composed of four hundred girls, chosen from among the strongest and most handsoms of all the ladies in the land. At the age of thir teen they enter the service and remain in it until they sre twenty-five, when they pass into the reserve. Their weap on is the lance. Ralph Waldo Emebson'8 lawn at Concord is said to be the favorite gather ing place of the young people and child ren of that pleasant town. Eve...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 March 1879

1 " l-WKM AM) IIG3IIL PrDntsr Ttw. -'. t a green hand t prune trr-es where limbs oi arj s'ze are to be removed, ni the charcts tre, ten to cue, that he wi.'l comDii-Lce at the top and w thn.ui tLe limb until it falls of i:s own wekht, tearing down the bark and wool, Inflict ing a great, ugly wound, which may requiie years to Leal, and which, if not carefully protected from the weather, will cause such delay a to destroy the ' tree. The method commonly rf com mended to prevent injury is, to begin at the bottom and cut half way through, and then finish at the top ; or, with very large limbs, to have them supported by a crotched pole or pitchfork held by an assistant below ; but we have found a better plan, and quite as e ay, to be to make two cuts, the first at a convenient distance, say a foot, from the point where we wish the limb to be removed. This short stump can, except in the case of very large limbs, be easily held in one hand, while the final cut is made with the other. Wnerf...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 March 1879

THE EXCHANGE Thursday, march 27. ist&. Tie Tennessee Senate last vreet passed a bill to settle the State debt at forty cents on the dollar with four per cent interest. Our last news is that the House is squabbling over it on the second reading, with a pros K?ct for its defeat. Why do the? not submit the bondholders' projoMtiou to settle the tiult at sixty cents to the jKJople? The bondholder will not accept forty cents, and we do not see any roxl senre in subwhttfig that to the people, at a great expense. If the people do not agree to the'sixty cents projosition, then the bondhold ers can propose something else. In the meantime, it is said the Governor will ask the Legislature to call a constitutional convention to settle the matter. This, we think, is the surest way to settle it. When it is set- j tied this tray, it will be out cf "to j brads of the Legislature and out of i politics. Let the convention be called j and the Legislature adjourn. j Banner Store Louisville Foundry a...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 March 1879

TIIE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MARCH Klll.ttOAl) TIME TAItl.lJS. lbiar,tt.l.nii worie K.K. Trtinr leave Mil as follow on and after No. 1. north, lcest .No. . ; No. II. outk, " o. 4, IKF.JOHT TRAINS. No. 5. B.-rtb. Ware at o. ?, " U i. nuuth, .No.. " " . K " 't:j mo 11:& pOi :T pm iliii l:4o inn .. 2Mr am 4::i pin :lum :i.ipm o. U. Tim about fifteen minute, -loucr than ton u time. J - C. I.Ol'h.. Accnt. .Milan. J. . MANX, rup't, Jack'. Tren. K. ( II A.N 1)1. KK, i. V. A 1- A.. New Orleans. D. IS. .IUlt hi ,ti. T. A...Nfj Orleans. LoaloWIle A kh M A Ut.fi. It. K. Trains l-'avo Milan u follow on and alter MylJ.lS7: 1-ASSENCFR 1AINS. N v. 1. with, leaves at. 4:2flain No. J, " ' 1:'' ui No. 'J, north, .'Ultra 2 o. 4, " " J:Jll am IKEK.Vr THAIS-i. 7, oth, leaver at No. T, oth, leave, at 1-:40 am No. V, " " 4.t'um fia. , tik. " 2:HJ pin .No. 111. ' . liOaui A- W. iXi. Aeeut. V. P. ATMOKE. O. F. fAVTWKI.I,, ioiu 1'. A I . A. Local 1 ickut Ac't- SMAIJL tHAXr.E. Go ttf the church supoer to-morro...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 March 1879

I Tilt It C A TlJIi- rhere toian fine when we 8row oIJ dJ, like a rui-M't oown the te, ijoi giaUual. erd s-.'M wir.-l,co!d, n. t ;"-. " a"a ll 'y ! as w.u'er'f ir.y .to of blue Vic Id Ibe ;K:Mia:i wj CriP. sway, aud ii( of l"-1"1 COTlU ty 1 h.e cotet time Ura we Rtow old. There Pora n time wnen joyo-is hearts. Which aa leaped the latuhin; nwtn, are (id to all aave memory, is priicir In his dungeon chaiu ; " And dl-RD ot day Hath pamed away. The tnecr. hath iuto darkens ro led, And by the mcroiEg, wan and stay, I bear a TOice in whiffr say: Thi re comet a time when we stow old. Thet-e come a t!ine whn mashc-od'a prime la ahrcuded ill the mist ol J cars, And beauty, fading like a dream, Hath passed away in silent tears ; A ad taen bow darkl But, oh, the spark That kindles yonta to hues of sold till burns with clear and steady ray, And fond sB-etious Inhering aay : There comes a time when we growcli. There cornea a time when laughing spring And golden summer ctaae to be, And we pat on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 March 1879

fcOUTHEKX FARM A1 IIOXE. KKTLTl It tL XOTEPs. Excessive moisture is injurious to ebepp. A lining of tarred rarer in poH1 houee is recommended rreventiTe for lice. If you want ma afacturir.g esUblish". ments to come to your towns, reduce your taxes. The worst wbihty if" made from apples. The next worse tim potatoes, but that is bad eaough wLidu is made irora corn. Farmers this year ehou'd make a de termined efljrt to raise tfae mortgage on tiie.r larms, whatever ei.e they may at tempt to raiie. Potatoes cut ten days or two weekB before planting, and twinkled with piaster, will eijrtiut esrlir.r and gr.w belter than when cut and planted ou the same day. The fiueft wheat in the world is grown in Burba ry and Eypt, a fact winch has always existed and always will, on ac count ef climatic influences. The Scotch is the poorest. It is reported from Jercey that the demand Jor the island cattle h in excess of all previous experience. France and America are competing with England ior any choic...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 March 1879

TOTE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MARCH 27. 1879. Oil Cake in Cattle Freding. One of trie, moat valuable aids to meat production is almost entirely disregarded in this" country. The ! flax-seed cake nnde here find its mar- et mainly in England. It is true that com is cheap, but there are feed era in this countrr who have proved the economy of a fnia.ll ration of oil cake. . No Jess than 201,299 were re- j ceived in Great Britain in 1873; and a large quantity brides, U maniiiac tuJed fn.m inijiorted H-i-d. The sum of l,G2.,8f)3 was p:ld for it more ' W. mail c,cvvvi,uvir. i ii ijuuiiiiiy ;a- i Ported frriin f hi rnnntrv iliirino- fh i 010 i io lata fiscal vear . 342,440,499 pounds, valued at ?o,09.,163. The South w.-nds the niort concen trated and nutritious of feeding ma tenuis, cottonseed cake, to foreign Countries, and tends North for a part of her neerJejl meat; and what is worse," allows a large portion of the immense i-uw )y of cullo-i seed to go ' U Wiii-te, fur the oil is useless as a ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 April 1879

Milan ANGE. V VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, APRIL 3, 1879. NUMBER 5. I HE THE EXCHANGE WADE Jk BROOK, Eilra mm Proprietor. kCBCBIPTIO!l RiTUt. Ta dollar! a year; ene dollar for ix monthr; iftj mbU for three moothi. israui.LT m ad- fit C I. CHESTER G. BOND, Attorney and Counselor at Law JACKSON'. TENNESSEE. Of FICE on Baltimore Street. tetwe e Lib erty au Church. jan9-)r NTOtaLf D. IlATI. Kak.-iT 1i. BtLLOCE. BlULOCK &. IIA1S, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Or rrrE .w Kir PyW m eor jao 1, JACKMN, TK.VN. 0. B. B1.4C-C. Latetireait Jde, I ronton. True. W. M. Mr-Pan, Milan. Ten. BLACK & McCALL, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office at Trenton and Milan, lenn. Will practice in Oibnoa and a Ijoinint pnaa tiee. aDd in tlx" Miprvtne and redvral rouru at Jackson, and in the Federal cnurli It Mem ,hn. aetrti-ly JAS. R. DEASOX, Attorney at Law ! Trextox, Th-vk". 1"R0MPT attention given to lusincas. V. M. HALL. T. E. HARWOOD. HALL & HARWOOD, Attorneys at Law. TREXTOX. TEXN. froinpt la aller! ion. f.b6 ly B. G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 April 1879

a aa a aa;a a rooeaiateaa. - MILAN. I E N N E SSE E T7T At Los Argele's, Call fa almost every yard y . a Uaiald aha matM f orange trea, nr thru.' s wiii to conie inta be".rinr : in fact, the man a bas become; 89 jrt ibltt they cow Del out on sidewalks in lieu v( -diale trees. A iJrp.Lry iiiu:.rs.td paper represents ' rir.r P.i-nisrrk ou a ttced called the tariJ, :r Eef rm, which it Twlting with 18 ri l?r. On being asired where he is going to, he angrily leplies, " How do I know? Ask the horse." I.Ar AtfNB lttJtt, 'aJ cuavageotai traveler, I'laivni, a rtenipanioat, the EupLrstes and the P-douins, and she says that one day. while in the desert, aim met a native, who approached her and and, " B;arboard, port, goddam." Thz iujeaiuUH device of a Boston machinist pioval ' worthier because soir.eir.idy had aiiealy patented thy same invention, and the disappointment crated hiiu. lie it possessed, .by the bsalucina tion that his brains were taken, out to be repaired, and have never been put ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 April 1879

FA KM AND 1IOME. A bive of tees withcst a qn a continue working with spirit if th'T Ure no eggs or larva from which to grow t queen. But it they build comb when having no queen it is a drone comb. A hive with a queen 7r r lnore 0,d has, under any circumstances, a itnnpr detorminstien to build some comb and if the hooey i coming in rapidly and new comb are needed for storing, it will olten buLd a large amount ot drone comb. A hire wi h a young queen growing during the season builds worker eomb almost entirely. The skillful bee keeper tak"a advantage of thi lact to jet bis comb lor the brood -chambers of hie hives built in hives bavin young queens, and thus he avoid having much drone comb. nrlN-ttac RiW'Ul Trkye. While all breed.- like to have and breed "heavy wights," and customers buying turkey alt cail lor lare birds, it is a fact that for nwrket purposes, moderate sized and even emll turkeys command a more ready safe than do laree ones. We have watched the market for a lew days pa...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 April 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1879. Hon. II. Y. Riddle, ex-representative frcra the Lebanon district in this Uta, committtd suicide last Saturday by "hooting himself in the bead. He had been in bad health for a long time, and, it will be remembered, left Washington last winter before Con gress adjourned, on account of his ill health. That and financial embar rassments affected hi mind so serious ly as to cause his desperate taking off. The writer of this was a guest of Mr. Riddle's for several days last fall, and, from long and confidential conversation with him, we feared then that his miud was seriously threatened. Mr. Riddle was about forty-five years of age, was Clerk and Master of the Chancery Court at Leb anon for everal years,, until he, was elected to Congress. Last year he declined to make the race on account of his health C-He was the most cou ecientious man we ever knew ; in fact, he was too 'purt'a man to be roued in politics with' the rascality -.that now prevaihC: He...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 April 1879

THE EXCHANGE THURSDAY. APRIL 3, 1879. KAlLROAft TIME TABLE. tlMn.M.lMli4 M OrlMM R. R. I Trains War. Milan a fii( d ftr j IXC. a, 1 PlMCMrCB THAU. 5.. I. aorta.!. at. . 3, - - , Ee. 2. snU. " ..4. " rSIIORT TS4IM.' . I. arth. lee . L . o. t.seeth. fce... " " . 4:0ia Zui-Zpin ! ii:lio pS ' " $v'a ; :Uk am . : pm " -I i ""'" .. w. " - i" Tim.bowlrftoiaut..lwerUisji t.wa ! ti. j-c. LU-EZ. Agent. Milan. J. O. MANNeu,t.JV..D.Tenn. . I J. CUA.MM.KR. U. P. 1 A.. New Qrls. 1). B. JlUK.r.i.. I A.. New Orleans. Loaintiii 5bwiii -. llKl&P MiU" " ' " . I Geld and informed a son oi Mr. Wil nuiiiciitiiiN. !i:.-3,riU t.tnfiR;un We. went V - ...V l . . ... . Km i - . mm i o a I . s. - -r a- i t. arU , i:t&a J(a. 7. aoatk. laa at ia.. " " - S: I, narU. " Sa.W. " .12:40 an . 4:40 an . 3:00 fia . S:5uaai A- W. LOViMJ. Afent. . F. ATMOKK. O. F.CAJ.TW ilu ATMOKK O f. CANTWELL. iaa. P. A T.' A. U-' A-! SMALL. CHANGE. Ie morning. Apples and plui tret-s are in full 4loom, Wiatr yt Huge ivth in t)t ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 April 1879

kHk.ilUUIM'uTHiK. See. lore 1 thetbay raulaaee tfimmm , j . . Athwart the euaaet eky; , . ,4 Uet, tovel to! bear he kHI ift oU ' 1m Unerring eden die. Chip, Iowa, thy dm(tB( baadi la a.M, . Au4 bailing last by mt. Tract, lore I I will be traa. air deTe, " 8a trae, aweetheart, thee . x Sweetheart, thee. bn,lnl I walUnft plaeeelena, . Ami wrary. waste loriheo; Dnu lor! uuM the darkened night Tey etar-Uaefaealeee. Heard loTel ah, ooae thoo. eleee to oa: I'll abetter thee (roattuunae. Proa trerf foe or eecret woe. Cleat etaaped witola any arma; Urn ami Ira ail alaren, f ' Sweetheart, wlUt dm. - ; Dear love I thy faoe abe ina gleaming. 4 taoaet radlane giei; Ah, Wet thy tene'eeaeHeedeaee dying, Ulna in hi art and lieee. Uih4, lore, oeo o waj heart, thy blrdtnf PolJeb her winge in pace Traataieeet ialmt rjooold aorahaiUw, ' H riding at laat her eaae, - - . . i . From tr a aale relaae, Htrt't low. with the. AET iND HEART. Eiexj capital in delirious with mfirri xaent, Paris surpassing them ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 April 1879

KOUTUEUS f AK't AXU HUME, .. lusirruiuii, hotkk. . The hags of thin country aie double th value ot the aLeep and half tue value of the cattle. - aV- 1 To env the po'ti from decay, dip the ends to b1 H ia the ground in petro leum or paint, or char them. Sheep fatten quicker when Ioom i pern of: hilf a. dona, than by any method of stalling or tying up each aheep. Lay plans for the yar without delay. The tureband man woiks to great advan tage. He loses no time ; every tbin u alone at the proper moment. ' ' Pick up the odds and ends that are going to waste around yo. . Hidr s, horns, hoofs, b 8M, wax, mow and aany other trifles have a cash value.' ' A farmer by the name of Dunning, in Cook county, 111 , raised last year one hundred tns of pquaahta from forty acres ot land, and had a good corn crop besides. A small quantity of superphosphate dropped upon potatoes when planting inciea-es the yield, and is a remedy against worms and inlets, by whicn scab and other diseases are produced. As...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 April 1879

THE EXCIT AXGE LZ 1 THURSDAY, APRIL 3, 1879. TllE PUZZLED DUTHM A. (BirrstD.) I'm a proken hearted Deofsebar Vou filled mit rrref und shame; I dells too vot der drouble irta I doesent koow taj natna. Yo dinki dis very fannr. hT Yen you. der itory hear. Too. Till not vonder den mooch. It tu m trane nnd queer. Mein moder had two leetle twins, ley vos tne and mein bmder; Ve looks so ferrr movch alike, No von know vich from ttxir- Von of der poyi ru "Yaweup," I'nd "Hans'' der odors name; IJut i en it makes no tiffereot. Ve both rut called der tame. Mein oiod"r font know rot to do. Der L rt id ei tii taoh a bodder; he pins pine ribbon, on Ton der poys. L uJ red vune on der oder. Ye kicks about nnd lootb them off A May on aiit der floor. I"J den e voi not seperat, N o petter aa pefure. .Vlein fader say, "Iknowi sometings I plaeks run otivt nose mit paint." J: lit ven he' tone der tuyful knows Vedder t'vo. 1'awcup or aint. I.t rn Ko feoot he youst us veil .Make pint on bofe der auie lcy kn...

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. — 10 April 1879

Exchange, 1 liKi VOLUME vr.- MILAN,' TENXESSEB, APRIL- lO, 1870; NUMBER G. T 1 1 1' EXC 1 1 AN( w K :: " rdil.tr fc.nl t'ioiriftair. kl UM KIPI 'I OX KA I I S. Tw oil : r ycir: on dolls r fur i in.inth': ft f..r thir Uli.llHir. lSVAKIABl Y IN All- i S "t K. chester o. bond, A' .M i .1 I' u . ? !lrturr fliad nirwlorat I.?w J. k-"N. 1 UN N KsSFX. OFFP F t.'i r.iliiui iie S.rftt. l.t-twrn I.ili ..! :.. lorn li. jmi'.t-ly tii".'' knxMtL. 1hu..i.; Hll.l,0( h K ll.tlK, attorneys at law, f vFU'I ovrr Nfl Jt PyW.I'riic rrrr. J . hM)., Th.NX. i . R. Hi n k. l.n irrml .1 u M. M 'h.l. . . 'JcllB. BLACK & McCALTA AllonSKVS AT LAW, i )fir,t r,t Tful-'it i run. 1' ira 'it-- ii: - i i - n ntu t in I :i -iiii la a. il 1 J,kmjI. an i in ! Uf i i j luiiiir itu h M'l ;li i-oill L. Ml iiiirl ill A!t:iu- Attorney at Lav;! Ti;i.T', Tknx. ltL'liU fcl.ll lu .-lIMm-'. T. v.. u a:;w.uji II ALL AJIAIIWOOJ), ktorhevs at La. 'J1 N. t;-;.. ,i . . -t tl in ' 1 IfC" ' ". Irh1' : in I lit1 '! ic. .. .7.r.i... P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 April 1879

aft BROOKS, M ILAN. 1 E N N E SSEE Sails Era recovering swmewhat of the estimation that ten years ago they threatened to lo entirely. It is found tlst all the advantages are not on the side (f steam. Ia fre:ght!e of the Leaver, carwr kind, cheapness is mors of an t'oment than speed. The common horse-chestnut, i? capa ble of furni.shing several useful product, which are regularly manufactured in several localities io Europe. The needs contain over thirty-tix per cent, of starch 250 pounds of the seeds yield 100 pounds of dry sU'ch. Fafte made from the Ktarch is extremely adhesive, find ia not attacked by insects. It is also u'ed for producing certaing kinds of distilled liquor". Gejt. Shfripah received recently from Baa Clark, the interpreter and scout at Fort Rano, a handsome iLdian trophy, in the ebape of bow, and arrow and quiver. Tne quiver is a unique specimen ef Indian art. It is made of a beautiful soft panther's akin, decoiated with bits of red flannel. The tail is or namente...

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