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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 December 1879

H. B. Howell & Co., Grocers, Coin i Factors AMD Commission Merchants AV 268 FROST STREET, MKMVHI8, TENN. Id addition to th.nl of Cottoa, w Wadte til kind of Prodac. t7-tf It AN WIN !, B4ir mm rrHra. CMCBirTIS KATES. Tw Asllmn ymn 4oUr for lit ntit; iflr watt for UrM atk. htauiilt m -t i torn. XaWrW st tk pott offio at ftUUa, Tmi., m mb4 iM( Mttor. VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 25, 1879. NUMBER 43. MILAN EXCHANGE M West Tennessee. Its Early Settlement & Our Progenitors. Carroll, Henderson and Gibson Counties Their Wealth & , v Population. AMERICA'S MILAN. A Thrifty and Dashing Yoiing City A Great Railroad Centre & A Bright Future. The Place to Locate Its Advantages. Business Photograph Merchants, Manu factures, Churches, Schools, Hotels, &c, &c. Pluck, Enterprise and Determination are Bound to Win. The Westers District, as this re gion was known prior to the year !819, was held by the Chickasaw In diana, whe title to the lands ceased during that year. ...

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. — 25 December 1879

! MILAN , EICHAKGE VICE A BSOOKS EdiUn a rrorirton. MILAN, 7 ! TENNESSEE. CUKUENT, NEWS. r 4 , . r, CASHING TOX. - . f '" ' " ' PKOCEKDIXJS OF COXGUESS. PTC ir. Senate Mr. Butler Introduced an amendment ti the flnnaolid resolution heretofore offered hy Mr. I'.ayurd, with'iraw liiK the lfirul tender quality f greenliHulu), V tllefe IKnUKOMI 4i 1 1 Jnn I, tlMdHtD'ftf It tiikiim effect, Tim Vieelr-Mle!it present ! a ciiimuiiiue3iii from the PoflDtter General rectineTiUlii! a ui IIch iict apiin nnation of r.'w.7I2 lor cxiireiiciei. oi tne wit cauwil lv tl.e extension f tar rmite and for other delicicDeicM. Keferrcd. Mr. Voorhees Introduced a resolution pro viumc lor a committee of five Scmitoi-s to in ventilate the cune leading to the iieirro emi ETHlion from North Carolina to Indiana. I .Mid over Wot;- A larire number of hill were lntrodueel, among the most important horn the following? iir air. .Mttvn ell. K-. I'a.) To nroluolt what u known as .-omailniK" bills: liy Mr. Oof froth' T.....

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 December 1879

I : : : n I: MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE BROOKS, MiUi u rreprirton. MILAN, 1 - TENNESSEE, rilOURESB. st-aliy. irtenrtilv, fp '' t'P. I n !' vi-nluntuN Imilili rs )!; 'nrfi!lv piMciiiR"'""''"" :mc: TIiu tlic loliieirt U-nil.- ifniw. PHtt-nt!v, patiently, Ony tiy Iiiy, Thr mi ril at tMk alw uy ; ToiM-iuns; it here hii1 llntinn it there, t.ivinic it 'pr with int!uiii-- chvk A liii' morn tft r a Im' more inir; Tiil. little by little, the icturc m , Awl at last the roM, lull ranvai. iflow h M ith lile ami Ijeautv and fontiMof K'we That cer more in the world have plaee. Tim with tlx; poet hour after hour He listens to eateh the fairj' rliimex That liii in aoul : then, with mMiHe power, lie weavex their meliMly into hi rhyme. Slowly, earelully, word ly word. Line !v line, mid thought by thomrht. He iuhioti the golden timof Mini; And tliun ail' immortal uiiUm-iuh wrought. Kvery ixe ols.rvT knows, Kvery watehiul nazer wen othinir jminil or beantitul jrrow. Save by gradual, slow lejrn-"H. ' Ve !i toi...

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. — 25 December 1879

! Milan exchange I THURSDAY. DEC. 25, 1879- The Legislature adjourned jester- dav. ' Xegro ExoduMers are starving in St. 1ouis aud Kansas.- " They hare seven feet ot snow on the Erie railway, New York. CottoD waa quiet and steady in New York Tuesday, closing at 12 J 6 12$. The hog market in Louisville i8 firm, ranging in price :rou ta ..G0. mmmm Shoffuer's furniture factory and planing mill was burned in Union City last Saturday. For the forty-thousandth time, we p:iy no attention to anonymous com munications. St. Louis Republican. Amen! Here too, brother. The Grant boom ia .till booming, with a prospect for him to have a walk oyer in the republieab national con ven t ion The L. & N. earnings for the eleven mi ntlis ending Dec. L, have been S5, ' 03,461, against 54,810,257 in 1878, of $459,207. The Legislature passed a bill for the Ieue5t of the Memphis and Tadu rah railroad, allowing the company to Usue even per cent, bonds. The Legislature had passed the bill f..rthe relief of...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. DEC. 25. 1879. ('riTTASDCITY RIKKiTORT. COCXTT OFFICERS. i. B. Arnold. Sheriff. it. C. Helraee. County Court Clerk. V . E. JU:oe. Chancery Clerk, Trenton T. J. Williams. Cbanoery CJrk. Uumboidl Wen. M-vore. Cirenit Clerk. Trenton. M- H.Jhnon. Law Court Clork. II uiabolr't. fj. 0. Carleton, Coruwr. I. C. Lone. Trustee. Jam A. Cox. CuunLr Surveyor. J. M. Culter,.SaeriuUndeatPunlie School J. f. JuWi. Register. a CITV OFFICERS. V. L. Ware. Mayor. Jno. D. Lmi, City MarAal. B F- H.on. J. II. Blankeaihia. , W. Mar tin. R.J. tertaB, O. rT . Seymoar.W. H. Algee. Aldermuu, CUlRCr.. Baptist Churchtreei. J. P. Wearer. Pastor. Preaching wery Sunday. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening, tvsaday-arbool 9a. mi. Methodic North M4H etreet. M M Tavier. Pastor. Prt-arhing every Sunday. 'rar meetinc Tuesday evening- Sunday-acUool H am. PioUsteui Episcopal At I. 0. 0. F- Uail. Church lUnl. J. K. Urey. Hector. Service the third -undny in each month. Cumberland Preebyterinu At I. 0. 0...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 December 1879

1 1 M-MMMMMMMM"MIMMMIM',MMMMM"MII'"MI'"'IM'MM' r TT 1 . . . . . " 7 I " I BUS IDE A LITTLE 0 RATE. t one liappv till he die." th" old , Ktr.-ji mii r-:tin. ha the xt amp of truth; on' hi'.w many a riut and glawmR vojith, . . I-it ith tr,- ni.irinjr, HimUi'nc nhi If ?o!1, A...r- s. pt on lia darkened with tne i ! 1 . ' . . . vi- t.itf'ii.-sn ami wn-brouirbU-are! IIwimv m l'"''ful mother's prayer Hnd -.' iimitffnv! if he could have told Hmf .hut n:-lin li" t-n!L'(:t kI to spare! Say, ri.tlior she hod prsved be hhawld he cold In ah un- nimtvot lilldtiKd dref ; And .un-iliniroVr mv lirnt Uni"s little giavc, 1 ran imt Iminlilv murmur God knew !w.xt, JSLaitin" took the, precious flower lie Rave, ;k4 Wortig. A WILD-(OO.SE CHASE. I. " Now, yer honor, jist Ii 1'iict and aisy, kocp the pun on fall cork and all ready, Imt never t-htir a l-mb till 1 give the curlew's cry, and then look out, for the I'irds '11 be just within thot of ye." So spoke Shaw n, my Herculean liein h man, us he laid the ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 December 1879

i 3 V 0 , TO COBRrSPONDrNTS. At n,n.n..t.-tt..M for thi-lliilM-l !nnia DO minivuiiKil bv the nameol the autiior, not e".arily tori'.ul.lifati'.n. IraUi MiufnreoI oo.J lu.tli on t ho j.art of tlie wnw. W rite nee" aTOOd fu-.tll OH tltf I'l nlvon one eide of the p!i!er. lie particularly ....... f..l I fiinff riMtm'S mid duia, to have Li iruere or ligarca pjtin and diitiuct OTUSDMOTUEirS NEW TEAJt'S LETTER. . I promin-d to write ti you. .Jolin, I know, A lull HO''""'!" of my i it lion-; IJnt miii'-Iiow, I ran i (! wlth-d vet. Or uwd t things Unit lire etransrc and jueT, KiKi'' tc ip me a wHoonie kiml, Ati'l inavlM! her kicai;n- from her heart ; ISut thi-ru" Mceiued a fomenting, I kuw not whe.t, iM-xpiu-bcr kis, which kept im iart. I hw ber look at the nrown I wore. Ami the iioorold bonnet iikm niv head. Anil 1 pueed the thought tliul ln-r proud heart leit, Kven lM'fore a wnnl :y Kiid. 1 run not fairly coinpliiin. t"Mr .John : Muylie I'm homwiek awny from you ; But tliouch you may rail ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE HO! FOR BANKING HOUSE TH UKSDAY. DEC. 25, 1879. OP COCICTT ITEMS, froa tie Trtntoa Herald. Tbe following marriage licenses bve been issued since our last: W L Meal and R D Jonea, O D Ken!; a..d A J Hill. 0 U Mathia and IdelH Lauufi!.:.-, Cu ki; Not-1 ud V E Crisiura, II 11 Chandler and E A Iliggersoa, Lemuel Rudgera and A E Crate, J W Morris and Jane Waggoner, Gil Johnson and I Seat, J F Holloman and L A Farrar, J A Ekipper and Mrs. Shoemaker, W M Garner and Martha Nichols, S L Fer ris and Eloor Wade, E B Case and Belle Hollomon. From tli Humboldt Arra. List Tuesday, Richard Clements, a boy about 14 years old, met with Blocking accident. He was out hun ting, and bj tome means, (of which we did not learn) the gnn which he carried went off, part of the load going through the palm of his hand, parallel with the nuckles. Several shot struck him in the face, one piercing the eje ball, which will probably deprive him of that eye. "Ifot Guilty," Was the Terdict for T. M. Col...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 December 1879

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. PEC.25 . 1879. CAPITAL.MT AT THE BOT TOM or it. A Itehfmf Make m New Terri tory Out ( the fuel lata Terri er What it Mean. . Washington,' Dec 15. Senator Vent, of Miwouri, intro luced iu the ttrnate to-day, by direction of the Mi ouri Leginlature, a bill providing for the organization of the Territory ot Okluhomo, in the Indian Territory. The object of tbu is to reorganize the Indian Territory under a Territorial form of government, and open up the Jand now set apart fur the Indian for white settlement. Similar bills have betn introduced in the Senate heretofore, Rod have failed to pn. The proposal to allow white settler to enter the Indian Territory ha al ways been-looked upon aa a job in the interest of certain railway corporations owning lines through the Territory. Ko anxious are these corporations to open up the Territory for settlement, that they have consented to forfeit their land grants to the Goverment in a quid pro quo for the admission of settler...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 December 1879

? . -A . THURSDAY. DEC. 23, 1879. THE MOt.D-BlIMER8 IX- MemphiaAlfaal. .' We know of no subject that Lag originated eo - much of jsr:ulation at -the Indian taound. -Thej are met with in orerj part of the west and . 's South wet, and have puzzled and amazed the ignorant and the credu . lous. In view of the few evidences of industry and origintlitj of conception evideuced by the Indians' . who. have survived the rapacity of the white race, the conclusion hag rery general ly obtained that it was impossible to reconcile the mounds with any faculty fr building or for military defense that they ver exhibited." Every time a water jar is found or a mound open ed the question of the ruound-builiWs as a race differing frbia' and iilperior to our Indians is called 4ip for discus aion, at bat to be relegated to, the in'uU of an obscure- time. Recently-; from a moundon the 'Bateoian plafe, in this county, an Indian , water jar was taken in a perfect state of preser vation: It is iu the form of a...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 December 1879

rf eh.. "A i taple & Fancy (rroGeneSj Proyiions JaidwarefSttfyes, TobaQco,;Iiiguoil& i I ULAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, DEC 2-, l;9. OTER THE STATE. Gov. Marks has Appointed Iter. C. I). Elliot Chaplain of the penitentiary, viceJ. M. fcharp, signed. Hon. I C. Fowler, editor of tlic Bristol News, and his wife, oelelsrslod their silver wedding on the sixth in stant. A Wilion county reeident to k the firat prize in the recent chess tourney conducted through the columns of the Rrightou, Eng., Herald. Joiiexhoro Journal: Engineer Mat Fmi.klin rani a tram tat veek from JJotiehla .ro to 2Jristo!;'.4 htrtwoltTjile?, 5'"""V v " HliHUirj, nun It Willi "li . a t ajsrvu f Jtipley ;sews: .Mr. U. . . ioiing, of tle Durhamville neighborhood, had two of his fingers cut off and another. badly injured while working at his gin ne day last week. '' ' - -J Judge Eldridge, of Mernphi, fined fiimcir $10 for tardiness at "conrt. fwo lawyers made aide arguments for the remission of the penitlty, hut his io...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 December 1879

MILA1JEXGHANQ-E THURSDAY, DEC. 25,1879. TAX TITLX8. . f fMiaaeCeirtfTiai8e De cides that Tax Sale Can . .ttadr GeXMl by Proceeal inrt In Cbancerr. liquify t Ke- : , URtd.' ' " i ' ? The recent opinion of taeSBpremt court or Tennessee, sitting at Itfssh ville for tbe middle divuion'of the state, upon the question of validity of Uz sales" M tk lands that hare been mid and bought ia from rear to nr for' tares, and ccew. is of a Terr important character. . The court decided the following points M to uch sales, which we put in the form of a syllabus; aa follows, for the bene fit of our readers:- - "The lien given for taxes is statuto rj, but the original act of 1813,-which firtt declares the lien, does not appear to have pointed out any special node f ila nfrtropment. .. .. . "Under the acts of 1872 and l8lS j tbe chancery court has jurisdiction to ' enforce the original lien for taxes, and J m not nwessary that the Dili ebouid De filed in tbe name of commissioner.'' The ttaU u entitled ...

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. — 1 January 1880

H. B. Howell & Co.,. Grocers, Cofen. Factors . CHAT VBMCKI1TIOS KATES. Two dollar, a year: one dollar Tor ail monthr; t,ft noli for three month., igf abiably ! ab- VAXOX. Entered at the post office at Milan, Tenn., a. aaeend claw matter. Commission Merchants No. 2G3 FEOST STREET, MKMPHW, TENN. . In addition to the sala of Cotton, wa handW all kind of Produce. eap7-tf ' VOLUME VI. MILAN, TENXESSEE, JANUARY 1, 1880. NUMBER 44. MILAN EXCHANGE WAKK dr RKOOKN. Editor Bad ITvprlelwr. m LAN 4,1 GE. JLLf PBOFESSIOXAL CAItDSPnOFESSIoyAL CARDS Chester G. Bond, Atto rn cy at La w. Jackson, Tenn. OFFICE on Baltimore Street, between lib erty aud Church. janV-lr 6Taai.r I). Hat. KaT L. Bcllocc. Bullock & Hays, Attorneys at Laic, OFl'ICE over Jfeely Jk Pybas' Drug wore, jaoilly JAtKSO.N, TKNJt. it. B. Buck. W. M. McC.ll, Late Cireuit Judge, Xilan, Trenton. Tea. Tenn. Black SMcCall, Attorneys at Laic. Trenton and Milan, Tenn. Will practice in Uibsea and a joining com tie, aad in tbe Supreme...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WAKI A BKOOKS, IdiUrt inl PropriMori. MILAN, - - " TENNESSEE CUIUIENT NEWS. . WASHJNUTOX. The Secretary of the Interior has rendered m decision that, wbeaever, prior to patent ing, it is discovered that land previously of fered and entered as a-n-icultural is really mineral la tt character, the entry brasfbe canceled and the land reserved for the entry under laws specially appliuable to niining lands. WEST AND SOUTH W EST. The steamboat Ma-rtfe Barker, Just arrived at Mobile from Montgomery, Ala., was bunted to the water' edge on the 20th. Eleven hundred bales of cotton were de utroyed 1 fire or .'damaged ' by ' water. Boat anl caro laily insured. A dispatch from Los 1'inos, via Lake City, Colo., 2i'd, says tht Ouray has Just come in. He Informs the Commissioners that he his been unable to obtain the surrender of the Indians demanded, that the War party is in the ascendant, and that he (Ouray) is ready to J'n the troops in an offensive movement against Douglass and hi...

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. — 1 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE A BBOOKS, UiUrt m4 rrprie1m. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. LamrntaMe Ignorance of thr Game In In dian. From tlic KvaiihTllh Courier. Wambling is wicked.. There are''few things more repre.sensilile than to lose at ganiW'mg. One tf those iuw things i- to " mnnjal." A mitn who squeals" is regarded anions gamblers like the nun w ho turns State's evidence is re gar.lt)d among criminal!, itut it may be necessary to explain, that "squeal ing' mean to complain of your Wses and demand their return. The law provides that money lot at gaming niay be recovered by suit on proving the fact. Over a week ago Dick "iYieehel, a well known sport here, entered suit ag:iins,t .loe Clever and John Miller to recover about $:JM) which he alleged they had jointly won from him at draw poker at various times within the past six weeks. This was 'squealing," "pleading the baby-act," "kicking," or what you please, in colloquial par lance. The suit was dismissed in one or two courts, but finally came ...

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. — 1 January 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JAN. I , 1880. Our exchanges generally have hud an advertising bocm this wiuter. Grant is stringing around the cir cle. He pawed through Richmond Tuesday night. Gen. Sherman thinks there will be a general Indian war on h scale that tax to the uttermost the resources of the army. There are enough fine mottoes in the world. What we need is men to wear them pinned on the lappel of their conscience. The apple is said to be the oldest fruit known. According to the fash ion articles of an early day th fig must be about as old. The area of winter wheat in this country is largely greater than any previous year, and is generally in a promising condition at the present time. - a The state arms and ammunition have been quietly removed from Ban gor to Augusta, Maine. An immense meeting at Portland endorsed the count. It has been finally decided that Senator Edmunds, of Vermont, is to take the place of Justice Hunt on the supreme bench. The latter will re tire in a few d...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 January 1880

i m """l "' ' '"''"tZ"- V" -J - ' -- LJ n IDE! A.IjE5.S I3NT Staple & Fancy Groceries, Provisions, Hardware, Stoves, Tobacco, Liquors, 1 I Q) o a) &.c. f i 4 West Tennessee. Its Early Settlement & Our Progenitors. ; ' Carroll, Henderson and Gibson Counties--Their Wealth & . Population. AMERICA'S MILAN. .i A Thrifty and Dashing Young CityA Great Railroad Centre & A Bright Future. The Place to Locate - Its Advantages. Business Photograph Merchants,: Manu factures, Churches, Schools, Hjptels, &c.f Ac.;.. Pluck, Enterprise and Determination are Bound to Win.- Tbe Western District, as this re giHH was known jrior to the year - 1819, waslielJ by the Cliickasaw In tiiauc, wkixu title tolie lanJs ce.iFcd "during thtit year. There are twenty count if iti AVent.Teiniee, embrac ing an' area of'nltouC 10,000 square miles, jutCKoiuctLhig ntwr oue-fourth ot tie whole territory or the state. This diviswiiofTnnc; although more aunwu in. icrnu.ry ,na,..u,e .u.uu.e or Kasteru ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 January 1880

r If !'! t I MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JAN. 1, 1880. The TurUry Oririu of our Best Table ltird. The Boston Transcript, in an elabor ate article on the history of the turkey, etl that the research's of Beckman and other naturalists establish the fact that the turkeys raid the Guinea fowl, which latter, by competent authority, is ascertained t be a sative of Africa, owinjr to a certain resemblapce be tween them, were long regarded ns ' indentical. The name turkey, the or igin of which, as applied to our favor ite fowl, is only explained upon the theory of its supposed Asiatic nativity is still a disputed point That given it by the French in dindon, a contrac tion of Oueau f hide (bird ot India). The Greeks and the Romans had what tkey called mekayrides Gallance Af ricaner, which were supposed to be the original race of turkeys, but which proved after all to be the guinea fowl. The first writer who mentions the American tcrkey is believed to be Qviedo, in 152-5, who deciibes them under ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 January 1880

v ' " MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JAN. 1 , 1880. pop Sugar from Sorghum and Corn. Prof. F. L. Stewart, of Pennsylva nia, who is probably better acquainted with the process of manufacturing su rjar from sorghum than auy one else in thia country, presented a report to the recent Sugar Convention in St. Jxui., from which report we extract the following very inteiesting por tions. Two years ago I published the state ment that I had discovered the means oi crystallizing the sugar of the juice of Chinese cane with as much facility and certainty as it could be obtained from the maple of our woods or, the south. The fact is now abundantly confirmed, although the experience of 2o years with the old process, and the pular incredulity resulting , there m, was against it I also found that the juice of every variety of sor ghum grown in Pennsylvania yielded iU sugar by this mode of treatment. I had not at that time heard of "amber cane." One year afterward I includ- - ed amber cane in the experimen...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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