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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 20, 10; STOCK Convention of lsO. Republican National convention, Chicago, Wednesday, Juue 2. Democratic National Convention, Cincinnati, June 22. Suite Democratic Convention, to appoint delegates to the Cincinnati Convention and select Presidential Electors, Tuesday, June 8. .State Democratic Convention,-to poniina'e a candidate for Governor, Tuesday, August 10. m IMIES1DESTIAL.. The contrast between the attitude of tlie two great parties in the Presi dential contest, is. striking and sug gestive. The Democrats are united, bold, confident, and determined upou a definite line of policy which augurs well for victory in November. While there is here and there local dissension and strife, the great body ot the par ty, and the great majority of itri lead en are wedded to no man, the prevail ing intentjon being to nominate the most available, the strongest man, and march the Democratic hosts under Jus leadership to victory. On the other hand the Republicans ar...

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. — 20 May 1880

it THUUSDAY. MAY 20, 1880. MILAN EXCHANGE LTJVmiui 0,1 7? ,Tding ! ahville are crowded with people I gi"g 1 s the'wghu and take iu the i city. A. man named U'aril was kiokd in sensible by a vicious horse here last Satnrday. Though he was badly bruised up no very serious damage was done. KAII.KO.4V XIUI: TiKLU. rCftlfar, fct.I.oaiA .r )rln R.R. Trninr Ici.ve .Mi'..iu iu- Stut on aud alter .Jan. 17, Iwi, N. 1. north, Iniei' at... Um u- ".. i:Vimi No. . fouth. 12:l(ii iu ' Ui.'dlaM Tuuea'.uut fifteftp Miut- rlnirrr than ta "n. J- -'. l.l'tZ. Aavnt. .Milan. J. . MAN.V.Sup't..Iclu.T.-iiii. K. C.AKY at T. A . Orleani.. It. V.. MuHEY.U.T. A..V'ewt)rlr..,. .Mlav.llr .NnstitMl A- .t. N. K. K. Train l.-ave Milan as ioHim? un and after J ma. 1". I INI. o. 1. ninth, lravct I2:V) am i. " " i: Ji pin .. .. " t'.i lluuilx.ldti... :ii' am ..No. north, " JL':Llii.ni No. 4. ' ' ....... 3:'.'.'alil .iNu. ft, " ' Accia. uifilnt'ii ."c.'iU pin A- W. l.ltV iN'(i. Aeriit. C. P. ATMOI'.E. Q V. 'A NTH K1.1....

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. — 20 May 1880

SCHOOL AM) nilKCII. L:it year the Methodist I'.ook Con cern Mi:i.le a net profit of .7,X)0 on a hook. :tml periodical business of ),- (I)'!. l)on.T. A. Nunez, tlie Chilian Cru-rjissiniii-r if KilucatWm, i stiulvin the Fch'i'il iiinl university systems of Huston ami ii'T iiciliboihood. It is s:i'ul th:it the present gnpply of eUinri.tary teachers in Knjrlaml is very far in css of thedeniaml, and in cou si,jiifiii, salaries have been seriously reduce I. llrv. J. Munro Gibson, pastor of the Second Tn-sbyterian Church of Cliicio for six years, has resigned and will jn lo ht. .John's Wood Church, Loinh.il. on a salary of 1,200 per an UUIM. The Rev. Dr. Wni. M. Taylor, of New VM !;, will sail on June 2 with most of his f.m.iiy for Europe. His eonrre galicii l ave voted liim four inon! Im' leave of absence, and also a jrift of $-,-600 !o meet some of the expenses of his journey. Iurin the 17.1 years of its exist ence, the Congregational Church of Madi"u, 'onn., has had only six pas tors, J...

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. — 20 May 1880

TO coRRrpONT,ENTS Aaaeomraanlcstlo ortJiU paper should b ecomPw?i f. name of the author, not ""T jbllcatton. Uutas evidence of 7 , , -dof tliepHper. He particularly CtVT , ilvlr.K name and dates, to huvc aii leucn fig-en plain and distinct. Tlif Chinese Ambassadress. The wife of the Chinese Ambassador to the French Kepubiio recently attend ed a party at a private house in Paris. A London newspaper thus describes her appearance: As at first seen, moving forward in her heavily lined dress, she looked like th mere animating principle of a bale of silk. Her-black hair was strained rnck from the face, to finish off in a rondroun artistic confusion of pms and feathers at the b:ick. She is several shades darker then her lord; and a thick iinpoxto of white powder strujrples un successfully with this natural ;lH)m. It is the honistst painting ever seen there is that to be said for it; as scorn ful of all concealment as the painting of a clown, which it is so much resembles in its thickness a...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 20 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. MAY 20, 1880 RESCRRECTIOX. Tbe Grare of a Recently Bnried Woman Is opened toy Itobber and She 1 Found to be Alive. Charlotte, N . C The following extraordinary story is pub lished here from Franklington, over the signature of Mr. J. W. Weaver of that town. He says that Mrs. Martha Smith, of Chatham, reports a remarkable case of suspended anima tion, buriel and resurrection in the person of a married lady in that coun ty; who possessed a gold watch and finger rings which she often expressed a desire to have buried with her when tver she should die. Finally she was taken ill, and her life seemed to grad ually ebb away until her attending physician pronounced it extinct. At her burial her previously ex pressed desire was complied with, and the second night after the interment a white man and a negro went to the grave and exhumed her for the pur pose of obtaining the buried jewelry. As they took the lid off the coffiin and the negro began pulling off a ring from...

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. — 20 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE SUPPLEMENT. IS TI1ESOIT11TO 1.9SE! Thr Only Labor upon Which She Can Depe.I, or is litis a Can a itl of the Politician T COl.XTl ITEMS. From the Trenton Herald. Our Ilutherford coiresjioudeut says a sad accident Itef'eU a son of 8a in , Bocton receutly by the train running over Lin foot, necessitating the ampu- ! laiioil of his toes. ; Uur Dyer letter says J. M. Hutch- ; isoii has commenced to rebuild his ; ! mill ami gin. An old negro Woman j : naiiieil Phiilis caught tire and burned ' to death a lew uayH since. pi . ii.... : ... i:......I J lie ijiiiw n.j lu.iiiingi: nv.ciiwra have beeu issued iy the county court : clerk since our last report: II. A. Fields and Mrs. A. 0. Bunkinship, T. .1. L.iynuiu and Millie Kichardsou. The penitential y will receive three ' inmates t'roin this county, sentenced : at t ue present term, Newt Boheu col-1 (.red, murder in the second degree; j two years ileu tor grand !ar-; , ceny, tnree years; J. V. A. Miller; ; tor horse stealing, t...

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. — 27 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WtU at 44U. ItMCKirtUS KATE. Two dullare a year; one dollar for tit muntht: ftp cU fur litfwe aiaeUs. iitaUali i b- V.U. knured at tie poet Aoe at Milan. T.ua., as secnd eta Mttor. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. u T W.ald respeetfeUy call tbe atteati.a afar patrons aid th. publi. t. ny lrg. saw stack f : strcn as Cameo, Coral, Rlark Onyx and GolJ Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Wutclie, Canieu and Amethyst Kings, C'hiiu, Lockets, Society lladgrs, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, And a great many other artieles generally found in a first-rlas Jewelry Store, which naving beB bought at rreatlv reduced price.. 1 offer at lower rte. than found elsewhere and will du plicate any eastern price. T.c.uviuee yourself please give a rail and (amine good and prices. Kv.ry article i warranted at represented, or tne money icfunuVd. Orders from a distance 61led with promptness and goods Mot ou a peroral by express. R.pairiag ofdilfieelt watche...

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. — 27 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE A BtUXIkS, ldliorid Trtprlrtort. MILAN. - . ' TENNESSEE. CUltltEXT TOPICS. Tho News in Driof. The Illinois llepublican State Con vention met at Springfield on thel!:h. Gen. Onfii H. Uauui seleoted m temporary Chairman. Tim contesting delegations from CVm1. t'ounty were biXh excluded from tho preliminary organization. I'pon motion o' Senator I-oi::in, It wad resolved "that all oontrstiii): delegations to this Convention ball jdrdVe themselves to accept and abide the dccbtioii ot this Convention In relation to sur-h contest, at a condition precedent to having their claims to Wats in the Convention considered. The resolution was adopted. A counter-reaolotion, offered by an anti-Grant delegate, that the Commit tee on Credentials be instructed not to con alder the claim of any contesting delegates who bolted from any regular convention, was tabled yeas, 3fl : nay, 2T.L. . The Com mittee on Credential, after being in session nearly all night and a part of the following...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 May 1880

MltSmSCHANGB. Wrk Rit.Mlk. 1 .!! or. ,n.I rro;,ri.lor.. MILAN, TKXM'.SSr.i; THE EDITOR'S SHOES. By an unseen hand propelled one dar. O'er nn are iriite rnrn' a jnir of old shoos. And when they lande.i thi-reThoy liv, Hnt a li!ti- njiurt in tb- ull-v'gr-1 A minute m-.s,m1. then. i'ike the wind Tr.a' nuiui nl uiiy wuiMW-s I'irn an l lone. Uown tne liunuey in wiuii rtwo voices were An1 this thi-ir tiry in enicked minor tone: Wt-'rc tli eihtur'N binn-. worn out and oKi Wi-'vr sint d him lomraii'l steadily, Throutrh "ilmuier'n ti -: t and winter's old, Wo ve. hi:n oil inei rivi'liiy. When never a niikei fur liire'had he. We carried liitn h me without a word. Ill' walked for fai ln'iilth. tie Slid, and we Xewr mad-a firii that c kii" cir heard. And inmiy'H tiie joot we've helped down stuns. And iimny's the dun we've do ljred with him. And iiihiiv's the doir wove bounced una wares. And the lim. li-i oiinter'R way we knew to a pin, And oitcn the talle we ve mounted lor Dim, And it!ed eie'ie...

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. — 27 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 27, 1880 The Chicago Tribune' Galena spe cial says; The Gazette, whose editor is a personal friend of Gen. Grant, will publish to morrow a statement denying the current item that George W. Childa of the Philadelphia Led ger has information that Gen. Grant will older his name withdrawn from the Chicago convention. He says He sayi neither Childs nor any one else has authority to make such asser tion. Gen. Grant's name has never gone Defore the public as candidate by any word or action of his own, and Le most certainly will not order his name withdrawn. A very large cla.-s of the American poople have chosen to make him a candidate, and if the Republican convention sees fit to ten der him the nomination he w ill not decline. He knows this to be a fact, and publi8hcs it bees use it is well for Republicans of the country to cease to hold the matter in doubt. OUR SPRING STOCK IS We Will AND Sell OTieoper tlvajt ei Ho une in A1)SDE.. Edlttrrt Exchange: We are no...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 27 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THUlfcsDAY. MAY 27, 1SSI). K 4ILMOa.lt TIME TAHI.M. h !-. Ml. I.aiti rOrlii K. K. Train leave .Vila an follows wo and aflr Jan. IT. 1WJ. PAHSCUKB TB4IK. No. 1. Borth, leave at , 12m No. 3, " " t:M pta &o. 2. suulk. " li:iJ at ... " " U-.:)mm Tiiae Boost fifteen m inula slower than town tine. J. '. L,fh... Atrent. Milan. J. i. M A N'N.Kup't. Jackson. Tenn. S. K. CA KY. 11. H. A T. A.. X Orleans. 1. U. MuKfcY.tJ. I". A.. New Orleans. UttiMillr 4 Nashville 4c lit. H. K. It. Trains Inn Milan a follows a and after Jan. li, low. pikskk;l( rais. No. 1, tosta. leave at I2: 0ara No. " " K:3Jpui o. J. " " (tu Uaubvldtt... : am No. 2. uorlfa. ' - 12:5 pm No. 4, " " S:-'.iLta u. 6. " ( Accouiuiudat'n) 5:50 pin A. W. LUV iXiJ. Agent. C. P. ATMUKE. 0. F.CANTWKLL. lien. 1. 4 I. Loral licket Ai t j -V-vo f 'yci:M uy ts. T l oadliialra. The fulloaiug are our price fur annuunciug auuidatvs lor offic cash i iinm. For Congress. $10 00 Fur (be legislature. 1" UJ For County Offices, i ...

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. — 27 May 1880

Claude flolnoltn in Roal Life. I w.is recently U!1 by a young French crn(l-mHn (the son of the Prefect of La IIoWiHU-) one of the strangest ro mances of thI life tltat ever came ti my knowledge. Some four years ago a rwHuitit loy who livoil on a fwmnear the town of rierinont-Fcrrurxl saw auI feil in love with the beautiful daughter of m gentleman of pood fortune and jm sition, he liein at the time seventeen years of ajr' and the voting l;uir jiit eiiU-li. This new Claude Melnotte w.i, s.i madly in love that he went j strailit. to the home of Uie j'111112: girl's I fiarem ami u-mantea her liaud in inn ia'i-. The father treated the pre- Ioi4'iiis proposition with good-natured 'urn. t'ome hack when vou have an iiji'oiue of I'OO.OOO francs. .40,n0i))," I waa hi- :mwer. "and then we will see ahotitit." 'J'he infatuated youth took him 1 at his word, and forthwith set to work. Not, one of the peculiarities of the ! town ui 'lermont-Ferraiid is a nearcity 1 of w;iu-r. There is no river near...

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. — 27 May 1880

L TO CORRESPONDENTS. All comtnunlcatlons forUit.pspershontd.be accompanied by the name of the autiior, no! necei.nrily lor publiciition, but as evidence ol jrood faith on the part of the writer. Writ only on one Mile of thepaptir. lie particularly careful in Riving nntu' and dale, to have 01 letter or figures twain and distinct. The Rrnuu-LuMe Adventure of an In quisitive Terrier. As the preat flT-wheel in the engine room of 1. Loriilard & Co-'o tobacco factory in Jersey City whirled around, appearing t the vjc like ashininrdLs:, Chief Engineer Morrin said to the re porter, pointing to the wheel: ' There in a remarkable story connected with that wheel-. I lost a little do?, not long a,?o, that went through an experience with that wheel such as probably no other living creature ever survived. My little dog Jersey, was a playful lit tle fellow, a Skve terrier of a good strain. Jorsey faff an inquiring turn of mind as to ibd miwhinery, and when not watched went about Fnnfting'at ev...

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. — 27 May 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, MAY 27. 1880 Tattie af Xewipt Proirty. Charleston Saw. There is nothing speculative ia well W4iblishei new.jrper proirty. A neti'ipaper ii hunt to build up, but it is proportionately difficult to pull dovvu. It is an aggregation of atoms, and iU segregation, untW the most favorable circumwtauoes, takes years and yeari. The fact that ?t depends m tbouisnd of cuHtoinen for biicce&j in its protection. No two groups of men thiuk alike, and what di-pleases one het plea- another. Even impru dent management cannot seriously in jure a ncwsrmper, so long as it does not tread upon the toe of too many of its readers at the same time. Where it loses in one direction it gains in an other. There ia, indeed, only one way in which a newspaper can effec tually destroy iUelf, and that ia by disappointing, and continuing to disap point, the general expectation! of its readers as a whole. These readers ex ited the newspaper to keep certain lines, and the newspaper that deli...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADt BROOIiK. Mil" Prrrle'er. riUM RIPTieX II AT CM. I dell&rt s year: on dollar for si months: flsovats for Ure months, ishuuli i vox. Entered at th post office at Milan. Tenn.. as second etass matter. FINE JEWELRY! -o QUICK SALES AND u T W.nJi rei-trilly cnll th. attentive of my SUCH eo Coral. Black Onyx and Gold Watches (to met, and Amethyst Kings, CUiius, icKeis, rHMvietj Badges, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, And a great m:inv other articles generally found in a Krst-cUss Jewelry Store, which hTtn ij, l.,il,t at ereatly reduced prices. I offer at lower r-tcs than found elsewhere, and will du iheal 5 't"rn prices. 1 oc.iivii.ee yourscll 'pleaMgive a cnlWud examine goods and prtees. Kvecr article is warrsutcd us represented, or the money irlmok-d. trJer4roui a di-taiire tllej with promptness and goods Kt n approval by express. Repairing efditteelt watches aad Jewelry a specialty, and warranted at reasonable prices- E. WIGGERS, aril ly V...

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. — 3 June 1880

MILAN; EXCHANGE. W1DI BROOKS, tillers aad ProfrUUra. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. The Mews In Brief. The Ways and Means Committee have tnrtructed Representative Wood tore port favorably to the House the bill to abol ish tbe Freedmen's Bank Commission, and to cover funds in tbeir hands into the United State Treasury. . : ' . ' ' i i J ' A ctclonb itmck the Tillage of Mitchell, Dakota Territory, on the evening of tbe 20tb, doing much damage to life and property. Jacob Lutber, formerly of New Alaraakee, Iowa, and Henry Smith, former ly of Kane County, 111.1 were killed.- Fred Francis, Mr. Fhelps, Frit Badd and Win. IT. Moth were badly In ored. A number of buildings wxre blown down. Gov. St. John of Kansas held a con ference with a number of prominent citizens at Topeka, on the 2Tth, to determine upon iome course of actioo to relieve Jhe great destitution that prevails in some of the western counties of the State, caused by drouth and Iocs of crops. It was estimated by those pr...

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. — 3 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE IililMttS, Mli.naaa Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE, A soxn. Is anv otic In the world, I woniler? anr out' rii'p on niav like thi? With the sun :i!h i-, and thf irrven earth under, w by, whut is lite hut dream of liliss? Wit nine mm, and the skies, and tbehir.lsalove rue, Hird that sin t as thnv wheel and tlr With he wind to fallow and say they lore me Who could le lonely? ho, not i! Bometmoy wild In the street this mornlnir. As loi-n'd mv window to i-t in the liirht. That the darkest day of the world was dawn- lnir: Rut I looked, and the East was a gorgeous si(fht. One who eltilm that h knows about it Tells me the Ka:1S ii a vale of sin: But I. and the Iws. and the liiriN wedoubt it. Anil mink it a world wortn living in. Pome one says tliat henrtu are flekle. That love It now, that life in t are. And t he reaper Heath with his fhining sickle uatners wdiHcvcr Is oriifol ana lair. I told the thni"h. and we lauirhed ti gether, l.auirhed till t lie woods wen; nil a...

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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. — 3 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1880 CHICAGO COXVEVTIOX. Epecia to tbe Exchange, Chicago, June 2. The following special wag received by the Exchange last uight at nine o'clock: Chicago Convention met at one o'clock to-day. It was called to order by Cameron, who named Geo. F. Hoar as tempora ry chairman. Speeches were made by Cameron and Hoar urging harnio , ny. It was ngrcead that all contests be referred to the committee on cre dentials. On motion of Senator Conkling the convention adjourned to convene at eleven o'clock to-morrow morning. A. OIXTY ITEMS. From the Trenton Herald. Judge Thos. J. Freeman loft last Mouday for Dallas, Texas, where he was called to attend the bedside oi his daughter, Mrs W. L. Hall, who is quite ill. From tbe Trenton Mirror County Superintendent James Ii. Dcasou informs us that he w ill hold an examination at this place, about the 2(5, of June, a duty devolved upon him by act of the legislature, where in he will determine with the aid of a committee, th...

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. — 3 June 1880

: n .1- "!TTT ATM "DVOTT A TvinT7 ; ITU 1 iflU U1UJLU1X VJU THURSDAY. JUNE 3, ISHO. I HaHMMBMMMHBM ' op. A very suitable occasion. iium KAII.ROAD MM I. l Alll.t:. ;bvldt Arrju. fhlrair. St. l.ottU A Orlrna K. R. Treim leave Milan a follows on null after Jau. IT. Issu. rAHMO'OKC TS.4IX. No. 1. orth. Imvtful Vim No. 3, " " i:.Vi mu No. 2. south. " ViMi m ho. 4. ' " li.'maiii Time about fifteen minute Flower thtm town time. J. C. Lol't.. Audit. Milan. J. . MANX. r-'up't. Jack'on. Tenn. S. K. CAKV, i. .'. A i - A.. Newurleans. A. U. MOKEY.d. T. A., New Orleans. .uWtIII A Xnxliville A it. W. It. K. Trains leave Milan as follows oa and after Jan. Id, l!u. rAHHK.Mllik THIX. No. 1. south, leavei t.. li-' a'u No. a. " " li:11li'U l. .'. " (tu llumboUt).- : am No. 2. north. " Vi-.vi mm ,g, 4, &::f aia No. C. " " (Act-wiamudat'a) i-: P'n A-W. LOViNtf. Agent. C. P. AT.MORE. 0. F. CANTWELL, tien. V. A T. Lcal lickot An t- A XXO UXCILUHXTS. To Candidal". The following are our prices for annou...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 June 1880

The Tenth And Dittcjwe. A full set of teeth is necessary to proper mastication. Digestion lant:lv l-j)enl9 upon mastication, as mastica tion mixes the food with saliva itself a digestive fluid and thoroughly sepa rates the particles 60 that the other oijresuve nuid the gastric juice, the one ana the intestinal tluid may read ily act on them. Decayed teetbfill the lti-ureauiea air with putrid particles. Had teeth of mi cause boils, collwtions of harder) twax in the ear, rin'nn-r of the ears (tinnUm annum. I and deaf ness in various degress. A large amount of distress, both in the teeth and in the ear. is frequently occasioned by the de cay of the first tooth of the permanent set the sixth gTinder 'mohir.) So strong is the svmpaihetic connection between the teetli and the ears, that the condition of the former greatly affects the latter, especially in childhood, the period of marked inflammatory ten- dency in the various gland3 of the mouth. Dr. Samuel Sexton has made the facts a spec...

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