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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 8 July 1880

m S a I . S Z Tl III M I Ck IB mmrnm Co lis J IJr siMUaaa SMaS TOE CKUT CJtON A! BLOOD PUHIFIEB, CURES DYSPEPSIA, irer Complaint. CojfVwes, Biltmrt At tacks, indigestion. Jaundice. Los of Appetite, Headache, Dizziness, Nausea, tfearfburn. Depression of Sprritt, Sorot, Boils, Pimples, Skin Diseases, Erup tions, Foul Breath, and all Cisecsei arising from Impure Blood. The TTumJuirir lip'TH am rarrtmnir-ndd aa twlna; the bt and rl.i-Hjit mil Mf'-uii ar off-rM, and are oM I t lrtitvft and I'wiU'v at 60 Oats nR'ttliv Itiffti- ia in klwi lAfifruaco. (Tannine haara the fc-iiiiile iiirnanim. aal wHt aiv.rio. U17 lUmp of A. VOf.KLf K A ( la.. t)A!.TIMa. Met. 4 A, UN FERMENTED ouFneas. HvKrriH. Viptit Sw-fcru, Sm-v Onifrli Kniri;., 'on mvA I rijif. tri at onre usT'WivWy .WAIT WTTLRi. Di'.n orfr!ial aid lrrr rwrsv." Fr Mw:t!riNE n h (n ouriMini -nt and inr.pi-fe. It f'-edih l .t'Iy Mi.l ; In-bruin. It r.-p';lau-Uw Homiwh and t.iwM, c!rai: -1 tIi liver sad kiii-n-v. Increa- the ap7-Ml:- ami rnr...

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. — 8 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1830 Dougherty's Speech Verbatim. Nw York Herald Report. The call of Pennsylyania wag re sponded to by Dan Dougherty, a well known lawyer of Philadelphia, on his wn account He is of medium height, with a pronounced forehead' curly lawdy-dawdy whwkers and a delicately chased profile. He is a born orator and a finished rhetorician, and worked up the name of WinCeld Scott Hancock with consummate tkill, making the first genuine sensation of the session. Mr. Dougherty said : "I rise to nominate oue whose name would reconcile all factions, whose election would crush the last emler9 of sectional strife and be hailed us the dawning of the day of perpetual broth erhood. With him we can fling away our smeias ana wage an aggressive war. We can appeal to the supreme tribunal of tlie American people ': iit flip rorrup'ion "f the Ripulili : .-: ". -:r ii:it:ld violation?- : - , -v. V. ;!, li in m.- i ; ' -I ; : . iii.ioiv luiunc-r ('1 the ix j u -ilitMUt wIJl tall...

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. — 15 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE 41 lor mm mMr. CtUrtHU R1TM. f 4otUM a fr: aaa aollar for ai t aaeaUtf : Or mu far aouU.. MtiUiKf i - Katarau a Ur. MK oft.ee a JUWa. la.. M FINE JEWELRY! aUICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS. . o T W.ul4 reaaaatfelly nll attealiea rf patron, and tb. public to my tan. ew toek of SUCH Cameo O.rol ttiock Ony and Gold Set, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches,' Cameo and Amethyst King, Chiius, Locket. Society Badges Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, i " " w .mtt Waed urine. 1 offer at rri- aar HiMi pricr. Toeaaruie yourwff pi.! orW.fr-. diatnre tiled ilh PrvuiwUie u4 rol at approval D kM!x riU .ulia ..a J.w.lry apee.aliy. and wnrraata. at reasonable pneea, l utiri. u mum 11 rpnw aarll-ir ". C. B. Wheelock & Co., W bola1. and Agricultural Engines, Threshers McCOUMICK'S HE APE KS, MOWERS AND SELF-BIXDEKS. triuil ;ae(KTa run South Bend Ctiillei Plows and Richmond Cily Mill Works. yoi. 91 at 23 South Market St. Atkeissoh & Wray, Wbokaal. and ItHul De...

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. — 15 July 1880

V MILAN' "J EXCHANGE VIDE BBOftlfS,'Krtl'ork d Prapriatera,.,., MILAN', TENNESSEE, CURRENT. TOPICS. ' Bf7 ' T 1 l i' r r v r THE NEWS 'IN' ijRIEfi " :i r-.W-.t a (1)1 . 1 l . 1 ' I i.n v . . . "'""'J 3 pupiuauuu win ito up- trifle over to even half uilUon,.accorduit; to the revised and enlarged returns Tnii 5eeretar)- -9fx "the Trjiftiry ua- Kunee that he will henetrforth personally direct the appointment and removal of pau pers, st'irekeet-ra aud ire-poct-'W nf toliacoo, uid that all applications for such places miiM be made 14 the Peeretary la the: hand vritinf'of tht- aj.gUcant, . ' ; 'j f . j j The Executive CummiUoe oi the Na tional ireenb4?k labor, farfv mit 'pirantly in New York and adopted measures looking to an active campaign. Gen. Weaver, ean Jidate for rresiibinl, was present. II, was announced that he wouM at once start 'tin a Southern tour, opening the campaign at Ialla, 'Pjxan, on the l.'ith at July. 1 Thk Virginia Ueadjusters met in State Coayenticn at BIlmon,, on tt...

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. — 15 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WAIlE it IlliOOSs. 1..I1 srnaod Proprietor!. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. 7 UK Ai:Ll AS I F1XD IT. Th;T sjiy hc v ot ill's wpiiry place, Whi-ri- ten a c never dried, Wl.cn- .h ii't s ns like breath on frlaM, And on. jihiiif. It ni:iy In- I ntnnot know -t thi 1 d,-r- nut say. My hit Iih h :t tlx rr- triml thiin rai. Ami ?.i it tins to-luy. Th'-y my Ihnt lore' n cruel jest; Tbi y tell ill wori.cn k wile ThHt niiwitn diyJi imntimr !il. Alio iliMth in (Imiplfi smiles. It m ; : y ! c i 1 cannot know Yet -ore of the I Hm. Ciu' hnrt is fminil nlK.vf the ground VV biM- love is not a (-bam. They snvi but life's a hitler enme That h-:ni are maile to ache. ThMt ie.t ami wmir are (rravely wrong. Ami iKwitn a vast nii-t;ike. It miiv lie o I cminot ki.ow lint let them tiilk tlicir till; I like uiv life unl lovemy wife. And mean to do o still. Cood Word. BKOWVS RETREAT. Brntn'f Retreat flashed upon them all of a aoiMi'ti. 1 lie ui-iL'l.liorliood bail cone to sleep, one Dit.'1't. tru.lilrs...

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. — 15 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE i tt Z7Z THURSDAY. JULY 15, 1880 Democratic Ticket For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice Prexident, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. ELIXTOK IV Tfl ST1H AT Li..1 JOHN l. T. SXF.ED. of Shelby, JOHN M. FLEMING, of Knx. mstrict ixkctoiw. ttrftlUntrict-CHAS. II. VASCK fWeos.Disirict-W. L. LElERMOOD. Third Dutrift Tourtii District-JOS. E. WAM11NUT0K. of Eabcrtio. ! Fifth District Sixth Diitrictr-W . A. THOMA. cTotii Di.txict Eigtli Iiftrict A. ki- I1AWKI". of Carroll. Minth Distriefr-T. E- RICHABDtOX. of Kyer Tenth IS?trict-R. J. MORGAN, of Shelby. WHAT THE SAY. From the lakes to the gulf; from the Pacific to the Atlantic, comes the cheering intelligence of adhesions to our CRodidute for the presidency. In Tery northern slate Ilpublicaua are jeiaing ur array, "without money and without price," bringing as a free will offering, not only their influence ami votes, but sinews of war. We hear of do desertions ftom the Han . ock and English standard. The on ly cry o...

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. — 15 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THUUSDAY. JULY 13, 1S80. RAILKUAII TIM I. TAKLUI. 4 talma;, KL Lots la Jk w Orlraki K. K. Trains leave Milan aa fo)lu en and after July t. Ivt. riMncu thins. '. I. a.irti. leave at :40 am .!, " !l:40au J. 2. south. " S:Hlia 4. " " 2:" Pin Tin about fftnoa annat" slierer than ! time. J. X. iA K. kit, Aa-en. liilau. J. l. MA NX,iop'(. Jxmid. T-an. -. E. CAKV. i. I. A.. Near Orleans. 1. 11. MoUKY.i. T. A ...e Orleans. LssBlavill A Kals:lli .t. H. ST. K. Trains I rare SlJao a Mluwt .a aav4 alter Jane 27. la-. rif.m.i.i thin. No. 1. south, b-atesat - t:aia So. 3. " - li:.V .m N.,..',. " Ut iluttlUuloU) :" am ...2.norti. " ....;. C- P. AT.MORK. Uen. 1'. A 1. 1-: J.) i) la 2: IT, am 4 Acc.iiuroudat'iil "c'sini A- W. LOYlMi. A-ent. 0. K. CAXTW KI.L. Local J icitet Ac t- .1 A1Y0 VXCEMKXTS. Ta MBdMatr. The fulluwinf ara ur prices fur annnaiicing candidate lor office i'a mi i uu ikcs. J-'rirConirre. f JO I) J or tin IjetjUlature. Hi 06 Yur County Offices, i OU fur onjrrt-Kw. SIM...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 July 1880

r Odd Finb, In the rivers on the coast of Suri nam is a .small fish, about the bigness of smelt; which hath four eyes, two on acb si'i. one above another." This fikh, trm its facility of scoing double, is probably caught half-seas over, but " in tn numing it is observed to keep the iipjv-rmost two under water." As many fi-h at particular seasons "prime" that is, come to the surface and swim half submerged, may not the reflection or re fraction of the water have had its dual effect upon the eyes of the intelli gent observer? Captain Leipjh in hits voyage to Guiana recounts, We saw a white thing float ing upon the water, which sunk when the ship ciune within fifty or sixty paces of it. It resembled a man's head with out hair. Some said they saw a preat many of them and observed two black eye and a mouth upon them. We also saw a strange sort of fish, about as long: as an ordinary lamprey and equally round, with a large fin or crest alxive a foot hih over its head and stopped in a conti...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 15 July 1880

llu T ' , T 1 REEUSIiLTISBl,! Neuralgia, Sciatica, Lumbago, Backache, Soreness of the Chest, Gout, Quinsy, Sore Throat, Swell ings and Sprains, Burns and Scalds, General Bodily Pains, Tooth, Ear end Headache, Frosted Feet and Ears, and all other Pains and Aches. Ho Preparation on earth eqnala 8t. Jachm Oil. a , ure, mintpla and rJirap External Semady. A trial ent.l but the comj.armtlr.lT trifling outlay 00 Out, and wry one attflering With paia can bare cheap and puaitira proof of it Attraction! In Eleven Ianraarn. BOLD BT ALL DBUG6IST3 AJTD DEALEE3 IS MEDICINE. A; VCGELER &. CO., Baltimore, Md., V. S. -X. TUTT'S Lb Lb SYMPTOMS OF A TORPID LIVER. v Xja of Appetite, Bowala costive. Fain if. ; t&a B&tl. witjiadull lenaevtieQ in th tacl . part, run under tho anoaldar bis, laii Le altar eatin g, with a dmaelinatvon t I xorUon of body or mind, Irritability of ' feer. Low spirits, with a foaling of h&r r neglected some duty, Weancesa, Dia- auiess. x lutiecing at me uttri, u...

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. — 15 July 1880

LAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1880 "WHAT ABE WE TO DO I" Frrat Grant' Orraa, the l our!i, totra, geaiiael, Hep. llo there! tome of you teachers of political gymnastics, this way a min-uta--give as a leeson. Remember, we have been running for twenty years oo the high-pressure Uod-aod-morality pl&u, under a full head of double refined patriotic steam, and That our party is the party of statesmen, principle and purity. And could never steal or tell a lie. We offered you (iraut, you have given us Garfield. Now what in thunder are we ex pected to do in this Garfield cam paign. That's what Bothers us. Eight years ago there was a tre mendous row about Credit Mobilier ism. It was an awful thing that C. M. It was whispered pretty loud that some of our boys, our big fellows, our leading men, our Christian statesmen had been stealing. And our republican congress or dared a republican committee to in vestigate the thing, and old Judge Poland, of Vermont, an old-fashioned perpendicular rep...

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. — 22 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE W4IE BUOOki. Editor and Proprietor. NLBSCKIITIOX RjkTI'A. Tw dollars tyun nn. dollar for six monthr; fly oenti fur tbrM lauatbs. ixvabiahlt i ai taxck. Entered at tttt post office at Milan, Tenn.. as second class matter. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. o J Would respectfully all th. attentien of my patrons an J the public to my larg. new ttoek of IF-inXTE! JBWEILiRY, iSlXH Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Set, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Kings, Cluing, Locket. Society Badge, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, And a great many other article generally fraud in a first-class Jewelry Store, which Jvn &wa bought at greatly redu-cl pri.. 1 offer lit lower rsles than fund elsewhere, and will du "... .S Th inc vourself olease eive a .-all and eiamme goodsand price. hverr article i warranted as represented, or the money iefunde.1. i j:, .;ik LrLinutuMi mt mods Hnt on approval by express. Repairing l diifical...

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. — 22 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WlllK Jt BUOOtS, Edlton tW Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE, CURRENT TOPICS. -r--r Tt-tTTo -r--.-r , T-r NEWS I3ST TiZTZF. - The W ar Department is in receipt of Information that wrosational renorts about the invasion of Indian territory art without lounuauon. uen. rope says in.a xne ima-, the suspension of all work. The Mayor of ion h a myth: arj the force of troops is j Atchvson went over and endeavored to re cuflicieat to eject any parties who may at- . strain the rioters, hut without success, and tempt to enter. ' ' the Sheriff ot Buchanan County was sent for The Democratic National Committee 1 to come and exercise Lis authority, on the Uth pad a formal viMt to Samuel J ' S- S- Kicmav, President of the Cap Tilden und presented the resolution in refer- lbJ Clty B:ink at Columbus, O., was shot enoo to him pt.ssed ly the Cincinnati Con- through the head e-n Uie l.)th by Andrew volition. Lx-Gov. Stevenson made an ad dress on behalf of the Committee, to which Mr. Til...

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. — 22 July 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE Al)K BmjiikH, Mi on an,! Proprietor. MILAN, - - TEXN!-:snE. BLUE-FLAGS. 'n.Krit-DK-i.is.) What wet n b' llion in Ihv li! nod, My June, h.tih ml thee r:.i. Thy rovHl H(tiid:ipi liy The wood Atl.1 IhtTlL'h IhP Inculuw way? tirot p:titn. darling (rltN Sp-' ii ! ;hi sc l ine banners to ttie litfhtf Tn! l ir .u l and arrowy blades 'lh L'l . i M:s i;t.'.i:it !lis: In -tinny ill ivi'dy hs'les, I ti :iii:fii.cri'i ll'"ni- n-e. Py rocky c-iM-t. in s:iilv hhiht. Tliy banner jrlittiT in the litfht. V.'rmiLl-.t r warm noons attd morning dew, Anl p t::iT"; f.'-un ski-. Shv Im r tni'v ii-it the very blue of MnIen Marian's eyes? Ati. June, thy ti ir an- mil no Might A IhD'P bi:ie tiniiiifi-s in the litfiit! -a.'i.tf. iliUhu:n, in Hurt r Mmj.izine. " WATCH THE BOX." The G:'0 evening train, No. 39, was over an hour !ate that night. Cause enough. Heaven knows. For twelve hours the storm had raged and now in stead of showing any signs of breaking the rain came down in torrents from the ...

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. — 22 July 1880

THURSDAY, JULY 22, im Democratic Ticket. For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. ELECTORS - FOB TBI STATU IT LA KG I.J JOHN L. T. SSEED.of Shelby. J0I1X M. FLEMINU. of Kuoi. DISTRICT ELECTOR'S. FiMtDiatricl-CUAS. R. VAXCK. eeeondDistriet-VF.L. LElXiEllrt TUal District- rAIrtot-J06.E. M AHlJTON. of Robertson-. Fiftk Dirtrit- BixA IKrtrctr-W. A. 1HOM A. fereath Iiintrict Eiir IMct-A. HAWKIXS. of Carroll. Xiath tWrirt-T. K- RICHARDSON, of Iycr Tent District-R. J. MORiAX. of Sherry TV. .drrViri. wltief has onlv foul acre -v- 11 i - - - .candidates forongree Atkiua, dem ocrat; Travia. independent; Maxwell, irreeubacker, and Samuel Hawkins, republican. But Atkins will beat 3ea. Atkkw was nominated at the congresBKUial conv-eution in Jackson last Thursday by acclamation, there being no .opposition to liini. . The 8th 4listriet has done well. If they had ailed ta nominate him it would have been a national loss, as he is one of the most u...

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. — 22 July 1880

t liri"-'jr--y::---'--.:-,T."-i- .r 3-v MILAN EXCHANGE lli ;;.. SI. l A; e M Orp4ii it. 3i i r.i::i -J . J. ' i.-. -.. 1. I. .u. r-llltU. '-' 1''" 4. - " i ' ' Time uLuut fifii-en iniimu-' -t r (li m im. u time. J - 1. AfiM.li. .r'iit. All! in. J. it . M ANN . r'ui.'i. .Ui-i..n. IVmi. . K. .-AKV. . i". -V I A.. V- rv!-. i. I;. Mdl'.K'k . 1. 1. A...W. "Hnn-. l.uui, lira i i " " --. Train- l-ave Milan aiii :,"r ; J unc- -.7. l-,si. I . ....... . & i. . in- j v ; w 1 Nil. l.fiiHth, k' lVf N.. ::. " .. ti .'ii.-oa i ';:;"!,'!" i U.I It IlilllKii'tl I .u. 1. ii.tlli. ... 4. " 1.' .' IM". ' :i:n I Aci'-innii"dat "li' u pl'.i A. W. 1,0 i.Sii. Auiit. O. F. CAN TV 1.1,1., l.ofill l'uki't Ar't C. P. ATMoKE, licD. i. ik i . a yyo i y km ay ts. To Miididnlfti. The foIlowiiiK nre iur irii - fur an nounciii!. rmiu J.ilri or uHicc-Clan tuvASCK. j Furl uiitrrenn, Jim For llie I.iri-laiurc, l ii j F or County Mflices. .ill" SIMOXTOX. We nit? itulliorii.il to an-nouiH't.- Ilir linn. dm. !;. 'iii'...

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. — 22 July 1880

Sociality JLmon; Farmers. There is a lack of sociability among farmers and their wives owing to their ignoring entirely the rules of good soci ety and why are they not members of society as well as those in town? There sorely i more opportunity for them to omit their duties to society, because they lire somewhat isolated lives: nev ertheless there are the duties and the imple sharing and sustaining of one's part in public affairs, which are a great benefit of themselves and not to be cunpared to the case one may gain by keeping at home. "Homekeeping youth" have ever homely wit." and every observing mind must find this to be true. Books and papers are excel lent, but they cannot take the place of human companionship. Under the present system, only those visit who know and like each other; a j,.,v wiiitri ill a nuuiu icii t uaiuit if so treated. There the people on the street to which they come consider it th' ir duty to call on them and through their general calls thev find friends, ...

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. — 22 July 1880

4 f W1 . T Z I J ir, 1 BLOOD PURIFIER. CUHES DYSPEPSIA, Liver Complaint, Costiveness, Bilious At tacks, Indigestion. Jaundice, Loss of Appetite, Headache, Dizziness. Nausea, Heartburn, Depression of Spirits, Sore. Boils, Fini-'.s, Skin Diseases. Erup tions. Foul Breath, and all Diseases arisirf fom Impure Blood. Tr. Hftn.l.tii Inv ar) rwnmm-ndl u Vine th lrt nd ( h'it Family Mfili ino PTer .M-r-J. s i m , I t.T iinicttim and It.-al. rs at 6 ( mil it ;iu. Jin. tn-ns m tlATn lAriyuana. tinu brs thfl fac-t'iluUo ipnatnre. and rrivat pp prio ! tarj ataiup of a. v;r;i.i.it fc t o Baitim'.ri. Md.. u.a.. 1' 3 V UN FERMENTED MOPE r()(-D ASI) LESS MKD1C1NE In whit on f -j-ble wkI -luiustd boiSn want. More f the el !.i-.i:b of n'i:i Ulmi.-nt and strnitfh. Lew of ihe dt'billrnting !,irtii. :uvj! of drue. Nowhi-rt" In nu-dii'lna r mai: run 1 ' fuiiicl a r 'llwdy thai pnwsfro on-'"U-n:t thi Braad rtk-.jir.nivc pmiJ'-nit-a of MALT r.lTTKKS. Th!f ortslnal an-1 Incomparable FfHD MRDICIXE If rlrti f...

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. — 22 July 1880

aW.lgelaWa hWM EXCHANGE THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1880 SfXOXD CROP IRISH POTA TOES. The Best Mode of Preparing the Seed and Cultivation. Kashville American. The special committee appointed by the Davidson County Fruit and Veg etable Growers' Association to get up facta in regard to the best mode of preparing seed and cultivation of the second crop of Iriah potatoes have prepared the following to be submitted to the Association: To the Davidson County Fruit and Vegetable Growers' Association: Gen tlemen We, the undersigned com mittee, appointed to get up facta and experience as to the best mode of pre- f aring the seed and cultivation ot the rish potato for second crop, would respectfully submit the following: KIND OF SEED. Well matured Early Itose, or any early variety of the Irish potato, me dium size and large ones the best. Small, refuse potatoes from first dig ging may answer, but we do not rec ommend them when better can be had. After digging, dry the potatoes intended for seed for a ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 July 1880

MTTiAN EXCHANGE WjIBIi atKOOKM. 1:4 1 tar mm lrrirlri. ItrBfM'KirTlOX BATEN. Tr. dollar a year: dollar for!' month.; ny eMU for thro Month. mtiUilLT m a- VCI. KoUr4 at the port oSrt at Mila. Tenn.. a cad claw matter. FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SALES AND o T hM roapoeUully call th. attontiso of my SUCH AS Canto, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Witches, Cameo and Amethyst Kings, Chiins, Lockets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, Aad a .TttaBytVr article renerally found in a 8rt-elaM Jewelry Store, which haririf mttm akt at ratiy rorfaeod pric.. I offer at lower rte than fund eluewhere. and will du a4iaU aay aptrn price. T. convince yuurelt plea, giv a call and examine food and price. Itrery arti.l. if warrants) a r.rMted. or th. looker lefunded. order, freai a di'taae. tiled with praptne and good not on approval by expre. lUairia f difficult walcbei aad Jewelry a pociIty, aad warranted at reasonable price- awll-V twr. C. B...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 29 July 1880

Moorish Cobbers. What kind of people are the Beni- Hassan l- demanded le Amicis, a mem ber of tue Italian Embassy to the Moors, referring to the approaching company of wilil horsemen who were to escort them through the next province. " Thieves and murderers," replied the interpreter; " faces from the other world; tiie worst crew in Morocco." And n.n orally the Signor's curiosity was excited to the uttermost when they were expecting the arrival of their rob ber escort. The faces from another world were not long in coming. We saw in advance a great cloud of dust and in a few min utes were surrounded by a throng of three hundred mounted savages in green, yellow, white, violet ami scarlet, ragged, disheveled and panting, as if they hid just come out of a fray. In thiimiNt of the thick dust they raised weconhl di'ern their ('overnor a long haired, Mack-bearded giant, who. fol lowed by two. hoary vice-governors, all armed with muskets, approached the Ambassador, pressed his hand and then ...

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