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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 June 1880

IMP TUE hBCAT EBHtM BLOOD PURIFIER, CURES DYSPEPSIA, Litr Complaint, Costireness, Bilious At tacks. Indigestion, Jaundice, Loss ef Appetite, Headache, Dizziness, Nausea, Heartburn, Depression of Spirits. Sores, Boils, Pimples, Skin Diseases, Erup Hons, Foul Breath, and all Diseases arising from Impure Blood. Tho Hamburg Drops ara reenmmended tt being tha baet arid rheapast Family Medicine eTer offerad, end ara mid tr Drafrxiets and Haulers at 60 (rata B4tl. Ilirectfnns in Klaren Lanjiiarea. Gennias baars ttia f ic-ainills signature,, and pMrat pmriria. hry stamp of A. YOWEI.ER 4k '., U4ltimobe, mi, c.s. a. UN FERMENTED FOU EVFKEBI.KD PIGESTIOIf. Impoverished Blood, W.-ak I.unfs, Kidneys and Urinary Organs, Consumption. Emaciation. Mental and Physical Er bausrlun. Di-lti-atc Female. Surslns Mi)th'rs. SlcV'y Children and Debility of Af, MAI.T BITTERS ars warranted nvre Nourishing. Strengthralng. Vitalizing and Purifying by rcafioa of thrtr richness In Bone and Muscle I'ruduclng Materi...

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. — 24 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JUXE 24, 1880 The Democratic National Conven tion at Cincinnati, ma atone o'clock, Tuesday, and was cailcd to ordr by Senator Parsum, Judge Ilo&dley was nanjed as temjwrary chairman. After the unial preliminaries the con vention proceeded to ballot, resulting as follows: Bayard, 1C3J; Hancock, J 71; 1'ayue, SI; Morrison, 02, Field, Co; .Seymour, 8; Tilden, 88; Hen ilrick8,49; McClellan, 2; Jcwett, 1; English, 1; IlamLdl, 3; Lathi-op, 1; J'arker, 8; Hack. 1; Thurmau, t8A; McDonald, 3; Lowell, 2, Total num ber of votes cart 727, necessary to a choice 488. The Convention adjourn-, uutil 10 o'clock to day, The Democratic brethren are re joicing because the Deiuocratio press ha, ns thoy say, ruined (Jarfield by c xposing his record. The Democratic press has exposed nothing excepts its nn fiendish jienchant for lying. CliattiiU'xuja (iVj.) Comtnr trial. We entreat those organs of the Democratic party who are veutillat jng Mr Garfield's record to refrain from a...

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. — 24 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE TUL'lLlT.VY." jr.NK 7 im j Kin uu4i Tifc ta ui.JtM. j . M,.M.i..u-T. ori.....i.i. j Tr.iuf U-mc Milan a Ml"! on and alter Jan. 17. 1)". ris.sKvi.aa TJK. '. 1. nnb. leaie t.... -. VZ Nu. " " fm N. fuutb. " So. 4. " " 2: 'mm Time abuut fifteen wiuut'-f slower than town lime. J C. L'.l'fc.. Af. nl. Milan. J. t. M AN V. rupt. Jackson. Trim, r. K. CAlO . i. I'. Jt 1 A.. i'ea Orleans. 1. II. MOJtfcY.tt. 1. Ji.. -New Orleans. Inlillr A NitobiSII it. N. K. K. Trains leave Milan as tMuw "a and alter Jau. 1 1. l-lkSKNbi.il TU4INX. No. 1. swuth. leave, at 12-" N l;Jipu S " (t, IJiimtil(il... m W i. north. " 'v-?.'""" So. 4:.';im ,. ti. ( A-.-iiiiiiilful .: i l"n A. W. LOVIXH. Armt. P. ATMnItE. i-u. i'. A 1. 0. V. (MXTWEI.L, Loral 1 icart Aat- j .v.vo cy cum kxts. Ts I aadiilalra. The f,.ll.wiu are our prices fur announcing caiiiiidntc :r iBirc c l ivm k. j or the Lcrislature. 1 or Couny offices. HI w S IXI I tr u;re. SIM0ATOX. We re authorized to an nounce the llii. Chs. H. ..ai...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 June 1880

MILAN ; EXCHANGE. WADE BROOKS, Editor ud Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. i ClTiREXT TOPICS.! Tho News in Dricf. I)rniKO the fccssum of Congress just terminated. JLriT bill and Joint resolutions were introdueedjin the Senate and 4.2S8 bills and joint resolutions in the House of Rep resentatives. T)ie number introduced dur ing the fiit (or MPitra) session were, respect ively, 773 and 5,3-..'t, makinz a f,Tand total of 8,7M bills and Joint resolutions Introduced! thus far during tlio present Congress. At i he hour of adjournment, besides a jrreat number of meamres not yet reported from j committees, Were remained about ew bills and Joint resolutions on the, Senate calendar and about 1,400 liiirs and Joint resolutions on the Ilouses-ak-ndar (including pome 80) pension and othdr p rivate bills), which have been leported (th cummittee recommenda- tioti fi r pasi'e. On the l.irt ftlay of the session Mr. Windom.presenti'd., the minority (Ttepubli can) rcfKirt of tin- Exodus Committee. The...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 June 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE & BIUMIKS. I on i4 Proprietor. milak, - - ti;nm:si:i:. A K'J.VA.VS rF.uri. t'XIT T. O, what shall I lo f,,r a lnnet? Yxr iio!h ntf to wear. And the -lyi'" an- s. (juit-r It s nipl Hmit of variety Tbiif chiimmj anxiety; "Tic detracting to choose "Mniiif the hhaix'R and the hues H lnni is. ftfuwH and r hijn, Med. Iirowti mil saire dips HN-iii h' il. i j 1 1 1 1- ji M - t Kil l black "1 s li s thr- no hi k. 1 hi" ijlji-vl i in 4 hivoc-I i ! hi-,, j i:, ,c-ilci. 'l vi'ith fry .Tlcs Dunking Um it. O. what hall I do rr a ltinpt 'i t io !-;triny s lmo! ;rine, Aii'i .1 un a ruining on, Anl a tru-ml w-Hc to me My new I'oniH-t to s'c. V h:it r tn a liinle Mo If he in:ty not wear blue? 'illy yellow anl red Arc now worn on the head; Hut my cheek would look sallow If set o!F bv yellow. Ami my tvtir would look aben If lreei in such fashion. It would not be right To iH-roiiif such a I right. Mvold broad tiritmneil hat Would ! better than that. And I c half made my mind up ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 June 1880

J. MWIUHJgW nwxiumu m-ium-u' MILAN EXCHANGE Ttatli Vn;r Iloj'S. ; Teach them thsit a trno lady way JUNK 24, 10 b- found in calico quite as frequently , fi-: in viJvfl --... .:... ... ....... ! Teach tiitm tliiit a common school THURSDAY, Gray & LOUISVILLE AlluU Coimtitutiun, I . '.T Jo llflf - i education, wnn comm"" m-hs., , i I .1,0.. .1 ,.,,l!..o-r f.liicHtinn without I H I r " r"Vl Ot ' I. jm m came m rainer iai; vester- 1 i. day, looking somewhat fatigued". Af- Teach them that one pood honest tera Biinute feiiid: "Dis am er monthly t trr.de well mastered, is worth a dozen kurug perscdin' dese men kcrryin' on e-:irlv "prof!'--i'i!'s." 'round hvar wid dese fortfolvo.' "Do I T, i.-fi tliem that honestv isthe best vou mean the census taker.-!1.' "I bleve ' ilicv; that 'ti.- better to be poor than I "i . , 1 i . 1 .. i..Vl..,t ! 1 , ' . , . , r...Ln , l. 1 aac ar ae name uev oos in. . t,. ne ru n on me proms 01 rnu hare they been doing now? "W by, wliisU," and point your pre liv...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 July 1880

J. MILAN EXCHANGE WAUK BRUOKK. E4llr t Prrlrtrm. hl'BftVKirTIOS KATKK. m. dollar, a yoar: onedollar for sii month'; fry eentf for three month, ixtakiajut Ik o taxct. Knlered it the peat office at Milan. Tenn., a, raoead etas niatlen FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. o J Would respectfully call the attention or my patron and the public to my large new tock of KITH A8 CumPfl, Coral, Black Onyx And Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Kings, Chiiiu, Locket, Society Badges, Solid Silver and beet plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, And a gret many other article generally found in a llr.t-elas Jewelry More, which having h." n "ought at greatlv re.lu.-d prices. 1 olfef M lower r.-te- th..n found elsewhere, and will du Id'eat. an? "t"rn prices. To envinre yourself please give a call and examine goodsand prices. Krery article is warrant.-1 n repr. .iitcd.or the money ' lefundcd. Order fr..m a distance till.-1 with promptness and goods .nt n approval ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 July 1880

MILAN EXCHAKG3. WIPE & EHitOKS, ornaod rro.-iriitors. MILAN, - . TEWI'rK, CURUEXT TOPICS. Tho News in Brief. Gf.n. Chant has accepted the cour tesies (if the Atchison, Topeka ami ant Fe Iinaii, nnd will make an extended trip over their lines through Colorado and New Mex co. He will reach Kansas City on the moniintr of .Tu'.t it, and go direct to Mc-rriaui Park, 0:1 the Fort -ott ar! Gulf Uo:ul, and 1 receive the people of Kansas during the Uayt retnriiiiiL' to Kan-a City in the evening. u Saturday, July :;, Ire will be entertained by the jk -nj.'e of Kansas City, going to I.eavcn irnrth in the evening, spending Sunday with Gen. l'n;.e at the Fort, and ttartin West Moudav morniii'.'. It is icj Berlin i at Ru-sia are France and ried that the Conference at loggerheads; that Austria and now unwilling to go as far a Inland desire, or fear of re- opening the whole Fa-tern question. It is reported that l!a!y energetically protests agaiiet the einion of Austria's right of control in Hie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 July 1880

f t KUAN EXCHANGE. u tin .- l;Rt:.t&. I.i rt and l'rO.riUr. TEXXKSSEK. i la: DEM OCR AT I C CON V E MI OX. Flr. liny. Iroci-rillnff. The National I).:m ix.itic Convention Tin t in Ciiiciiiiiiii mi the 2il, uruaiit to tlie C'l o! the .Nation! Ite'iioc.a'ic. (Jmn in Uee. At l-i;4. p. m. Mr. lUnium. tin; Chairman of the ( ' . i j iii it'i'i, rail ! tlic ("onvriition to order nml cri.le.l u;n Ki-v. '. M. Weinlt', of Cim iimaii, i., jt.y ke the I-Ii-smm;; of (io'l upon its ili-libi rations. At tlie con cliisnti of t!ie inv.scj ion Mr. IJarnam aiiM un-i.l that he l:s 1 b-ra inslnictel to in initiate Hon (ienrc Iliwll )", of Cincinnati, as Temporary Chairman. Thij nomination lii inir approve 1, a c imniiltee, cori-ist .n' of W liliiiin L. t-ctt an I .1. I). Mc Encry, was appoiuteil to con duct Mr. Jloal ley to tlie rl.itl.inn The Tcin;io:ary Chair nan was crii tcd w.tli applause, and, on as suming the L'avel, d"liv.Tf4 a npinted ad-drc-i. Temp .rary Secretaries wc.e named and the tem, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1880 Democratic Ticket For Frwideiit, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vioo President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. ELECTORS For the State at Large. JOIIN L. T. SNKKD, of Shelby. JOHN M. FLEMING, of Knox. DISTRICT ELECTORS. I. CHARLES R. VANCE. II. W. L. LEDOERWOOIX III. IV. JOStE. WASHINGTON, of Robertson. V. VI. W. A. THOMA. VII. VIII. A. G. HAWKINS, of Carroll. IX. X. R. J. MORGAN, of Shelby. 1 . x HANCOCK AMD ENGLISH. It fends a thrill of joy through our anatomy to place at our mat Lead the names of Hancock and English, the future President and Vice Prasi dent of the United States. The tick et in the result of wifdora, calm delib eration nnd God-like forethought. The Democracy has chosen its David to lead the hosts of Israel to victory in November. We can already we the Goliath of thejllepublicau party, be smirched with the Credit Mobelier swindle and the DeGolycr steal, reel ing beneath the woui inflicted by the crushing stone of honesty and li...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JULY 1, 1880. UIILHOUD TIME TA HI. EN. 41ilrn,MC. I.eals at !trrlnn St. K. Trains Icawe Villas M follows Mil after Jau. 17. lVJU. nmnuii reams. No. I. a-rts, k at 12m .W . " t.iS pin .u. i. PVKlil. " .. 12:1" m 4, " " i:Mm liuie about wfteen minute slower than Ui a tine. J C. LOI'li.. Agent. Milan. J.U. MANX. skp't.Jackn. Tenn. . f. CA Ut'. tf. I'. Ac T- A.. New Orleans. i. B. Mv)ti.i.i. T. A.. New Orleans. .at lllc A Xawbtille Ut. M. at. K. Trains leave Milan as follows and after Jan. !1, lsau. r AMXl.t TAlNS. No. I.suutli, leaver at- l2:.V)aai .No. 3. " " U:Mla ho. i. " " u llauiboldtj... : aw ho. 1!. north. " - K:-Mpm No. 4, " " 3::"aaui No. 0. " " ( Arcoiumodet'n) 5:'s) flu A. W. LOViNU. Agent. C. P. Ai"aMBE. 0. K. CANTW ELL, r. 4 I. Local Ticket A t- J .V.VO f 'XCEM EX TS. Te Causal i4ale. The following are our iricei for annoancint candidates :or office cssiei 1 tvvayc. i'urCi.iigre-. 810 00 For the Lcgielater. B W or Cuuuty Oefcecs. 5 00 For ruaniw. S...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 July 1880

itx;lxt r a r agk a pus. Tlifre i no objection to bolters in the Millers Convention. Gruj-hic. When i mjtfs curio.-ily is piqued, hr. asks sharp tjuestions. Do-ion Tran script, j ' The sherry-cobbler drinker is a drowning man. if one mav iud'e bvlhe way he calcaU-rf al straw s X. 0. IHrji. vtmr. i -What tie 'world is in need of is fewer men of inquisitive turn of mind men who Are! contented with looking at a buzz-saw f ithout a desire 11 fe it with their lingers. Danitlstnvilte Sen tinel. - ! When you see a man takeoff bis hat to vuu it is k siru that he respects you. Hut wh'ii he is seen diroot.ingi liim-iflf of his cij-.it yMi can make upyour mind that lw intends you shall re-peet hm. YnUr tttalestnnn. At a rermit Philadelphia picnic, when it was discovered that the croquet an hes had been forgotten, a wicked girl mjcsUhI supplying their ; ' f"s with the twi inny-leed yotinir men present. '4i' 'hronide-U' raid. A boy can imagine almost anything. He can l;i;r an i!d shot pun about ...

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

i f -Jl E ?-i ...jfr... J .r . f. " , 1 PHI F11 RIEIPISI, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Ccut, Quins, Sore Throat, Swell" ins cr.d Sprzir.z, Eurr.s and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear end Headache, Frosted Feci and Ears, end oil other Pains and Aches. Ko IrT ration on earth finals fT. JinriM On. V a "" "re, tpl and rheap External JL.-mM.N-. A tri.l entails 1-ut the comparatively trlfii.jf ,r 0 CentM, end trr" vlie suOerina; With pant .ail hare cheap and Jmeiuv. proof of its cUtni.. iJirecti r.s in Elarea Lanrttaca. BOLD ET ILL BPXG0IST3 AKD DE1LEE3 IK MECICIJ.S. A. VOGELER CO., 2aliimre, Aft., (, 4.'. ARNER'S a at. .A. .B-awa APOSJViYS flEMLOY. An ''pjflc fir ttiN f,-rr!Mf d'-a". It r-- tr- p a: I i :v nitd .' li -r iiMun.r'r cl' in-1!!1! fi : v v - -it'-;-''' 'U ' Tit! ! rrltu:M- iM- fi ir ;' ii. U ? ti f.njy c.-ruiu r.u.'tl' fr ttlil WARNER'S AFE giTTERS i."n'ni ntnnT ism:rmTit from , til" ' n. l.iirifv th ' hm.X 'lii-y an- a . 1 WARNER'S A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 1 July 1880

mat MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1830 THE DEMOCRATIC XATIOX iL I'LATIOKM. The DemocraUof the United States in convention assembled, declare : 1. We pledge ourselves anew to the -constitutional doctrines and traditions of the Democratic party as illustrated by the teaclunes and example of a long line of Democratic statesmen and patriots, and eml-odied in the platform of the last natioual convention of the rarty- i- , , 2. Opposition to centralization and to that dangerous spirit ot encroach ment which tendd to consolidate the lowers of all the departments in ouo, and thus to create, w hatever the form of jrovcruuieiit, a real despotism ; no Humptuary laws ; separation of Church and .State for the good of each ; com mon schools fostered and protected. 3. llimieliule; honest money, con sisting of gold and silver and paper convertible into coin on acraaiiu ; me strict maintenance of the public faith, .Suite and national, and a tariff ibr rcvenue only. 4. The subordination of the mil...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE AI): BMOOUN. E4ltra mm4 Proairlelerw. fcC'KSM K.IPTIOS It AT KM. 1. iuilar trw; oe4ollagfwrsiionthr: fry ceat IUm month. tT1(.T IX - litcr.. Kntered at the t utnit Milan. Tena.. a ss rvnd claw aitW. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. 0 Y Would respectfully rail ttic attcutioa of my v:u as Cameo, Coral, likurk Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, ('amen and Amethyst Rings, Chiius, Wkets, Society Radge, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, nda rrnt many thcr articles rencrally foani in a first-class Jewelry tre. which having i Jrn v,"ught at greatly rcl.ed price. I offer at Inwer rstcs Hum f.-ii.l elsewhere, and will du plicate any eastorn prii-e. loomviiice yiiursclt please give a call and examine goodsand prices, liverv article is warranted as represented. or the lui.ucy icfiindod. Orl.rs fn.iu a rfi -tan re filled with promptness ami goods ut on approval by express. Impair. lit of dinUalt watches uaJ "eolry a specia...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE k ItUOOKs; EdlionaaJ Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOMCS. ' i O i i ) The News in Brief. , Tiik Sny Levee, which begins at a point on the ML-Issirpi Kivrr between Quincyand Hannibal and end-, war IUm burR, broke on the nw.non.? of the .Tut k at what is known the- ettt-nff, Jn"t alxvre Cincinnati Landing and twHHe ton miles be low Hannibal. The section of the Illinois Wt'.m land protected by the Wee wasover fifty mill's in length and from four to six miles wide. The portion embraced intbo . overflow omipris about two-tliirdi of this area. It ai all under a hihfrtate of cul tivation, perhaps three-loo. rths of It t-ein' hi wheat, much of which had just been harvested and was standing in the shock, and the remainder mo-tly in corn. The property m by the inundation will exceed half a million dollars. The steamlxiat Seawanahaka, which ln from Peck Slip, New York, up the Sound JoClen Cove. I I., took tire on the after noon .f the 'JMh, while off Randall's ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 July 1880

f L- - MILAN EXCHAKG: W Hit. A IliJUHv tii irnJ rro,.ri t.,r. milax, - - ti:nni:ss!:: ALPHA UfSTJCAL HEALTH JlCLES. Thf 'f Nm-im.- MHipi rwl- nrr pnlll-ho'l for fu'r'i. -ir-ii! t:'to y this Jjfhei cavitary As''i:tiin of I.nn Ion; .As f " ii v,u are up. hnki- blai.kets and Ml'i-i : Iletti-r l w til'. ilt i-hnii, tb:in it with wet t.-i-t: Chri.!r-r". if h-i -hy. :ir' nctive. nm s'ill; tamp 1 and l imn r-loibi-x liih inakc r.iit . (.wir.. : r . ;i .'I .1. v:n r.ii'.v ya ir f i i 1 w.-H : .. ,r : ii i hi- Ii ...-.- wh -rr- oil r! W--I1; I - ::. ,- a - -r l.f Tf i i I lo in- ti.:llT; I i . llmi'- ! i Ik- h" ii' hv il aii'V an i lulii Il f , r u ,h 1 t !..' tv.'li. It" I"'-'! t . I'M- TIO .l'lllht, J iiT i l '-i () wtiImw I "-I'm p nil wo oil I ; Ki-i-1' i .r r .. r:,- a!w.o' ti'ly -iti'1 i-I-iiii. 1 i- 1 ti rii il iin- m-v l:;lll-i- I t'V tOi- M ui-b ii. i l i l'1 r r.-- :l IV. ,' -I. Quick mm r;.-iit ltlll' lli:.' r : fiii. 8i'i- tint: i n Tkii-r. ' Cm- i -.il- mt "1 p i-e ii. f: . tir ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 July 1880

MTTiAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1880 Democratic Ticket. For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of IVunsylvauia. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. ELECTORS For the State at Large. .JOHN L. T. SNEED, of Shelby. JOHN M. FLEMING, of Knox. DISTRICT ELECTORS. I. CHARLES Pi. VANCE. ' II. W. L. LEDGERWOOD. III. IV. JOS. E. WASHINGTON, of RobertsoD. V. VI. W. A. TIIOMA. VIL VIII. A. G. HAWKINS, of Carroll IX. T. E. RICHARDSON, of Dyer X. R. J. MORGAN, of Shelby. A PLEA FOR IIAUMO.W. If there ever was a time when liar mony should be the watchword of the Democratic party it is at this auspi cious season, when victory is almost in our grasp. The Pentecostal shower of good-fellowship that fell upon the Cincinnati Convention, when the man had been nominated, iV-whorii there was no Suile, every animosity and dif ference of opinion was drowned in an outburst of joy and fraternization The selection of the white plumed war rior and the noble civilian, Hancock as leader of the Democracy, was lik...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. JULY 8, 1880. HAILK4A TIIK Tl.t. I kkorNt. LmI SrwOrlMM K. R. Trains tnue Milu u f.llua u4 July . Is. riXMXUKft TBla. o. 1. north, leaver at- C: W am w t ' :i:ui :x.u. v- y9 4 . 2.4.1 pa liM lUwt Ami ; rJoaror lb" too tia. J. X. iKfcJl. Arwit. Milan. J.. UANV.'I. Jak.n.Tenn. K K. C'AKY.ti. Y. 1-A ... Orleans. l. II. MOKfcV.i. T. A ..Ne Orleans iMlitllk A aaklllr Ut. N. K. K. Trains laare Milan aa lollows oa ui afVr Jim r. ItM. t . KB Tal8. . l.souU. leaves a - .S" X. i " -U-.rfpm f.aiZ ' " tu Umboldt. :. mui K..2.rth. " l7i,'n'"a J u 4 .1:03 am jij' " ( Arc.aitDodai'nl 5:Stf pin A.. W. LUVIXU. Am-nt. C. P. ATJ10KK. 0. F. CAT ELL. ieu-l'. AX". Lrl Ticket A't- Taafollowincaxo our riv fur announcing cnui4ale twr olSce cisu l irtin . Forl'ona-refw. SM U) For tlx Leif latara, W U" P-.r t'oonty Oft or. 5 00 Fun- I'Mtrm. SIMONTON. W' lire authorited to an iiuMinnlir lion. 'b.-ii. W. SiiiiniitiiB a can didate fr re-election to rmirri- in tat- Jic trict, at (iia Nuaw...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 July 1880

i l a T . ... ( uere ire ini.i vivnii Wli;il .kre aX. present our chief grain pro J TK-tiitT Stales and what change has Lalw-ii! Oaee in this retpect within the past few years? Some data in rezrjd to the production and distribution of arrMN. -is well as the capacity of differ ent' ;ai 'ins for advanco in this direction have lately b-en published by the 3.itvau of .statistics. It appe:u-A that the total product of oure.il- in the Unite 1 Status increased jau ten years from l.toO.OOO.U""- bushels ia to 2,1 78,000, Otxj in 1877, and 2.:')V iO.oW in 1878. Of the whole atioiial sunnlv. onlv three oer cent. was exported in lSiiS. ten per cent, in advantages of rotation, or cbapg of 17, while in the twelvemonth ending j crops, r.-ult from the following j.-uSid-Jnne :jo. 17'J, the shipment reached ! rations: In the lirst pla-e.jdaii.r-nt tii- unprecedented li"Jre of 246,000,01 K) : crops require elements in ditlefi pfp".- ijusli.'ls. or nearly eleven per cent, of t?io entire ield. Th relati...

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