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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. j , ? 0. ., - - MILAN, TEXNKSSEE. TW. SA T.DOWX. I , 5Mt daw in tbe morning: tlmo, ..m I -,, Inc to sins: anil nnc lo spin. .All nw-n listenod the son? uMimv . -, ... . : But nuuoo listened to toe dull wheel's din. The inpT h nit In pleasant nook, A rl nsr I t -th:tt u fair and sweet, . While the spinner mit nfc siuuifast jqoka llusily plying be.- bonds and feet. Tbe sinirer oanir on wlfh row In ber balr, '." Anrl all min listened her dulcet tone: Ami the vpinnor spun on with a dull despair Kowu In uer bi-art as she sat alone. But, lol on th" nun-roif no otfn mid i Au.'ht of the Binreror what be fnt. Won wcresayliijr. ' Behold this thread!" And loud the praise of the spinner ntngv Tbe world ha foreitton the (rinirer's name Hi r roe in failed, ber onirs are old; B'it fur o'er tbe ocean the spinner fame Yet blnisoned in lines of (rold. Vila ll'lu r. UiUie JiuUaiiaiiuli llerald. I i ' , m ;. f COUXTRY XUSIX8. " Miss Edith Everleiirh flunjr herself petulantly down in the...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE TUpSDAV SEPTR 2, 1880. Democratic Ticket For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. ELECTORS rot TDK srart at laeoi.I ' JOHN L. T. 8SEED. of Shelby. JOHN 31. rLEMIXU. of Knos. DHTKICT ELECTORS. FirstDistriet-CIIAS. R, VANCK. Feooad District-W. L. LEDtiERWOOD. Third Piitrirt-JOItl R. KEAL. of Rhea. Fourth District-JUS. S. WASU1KQT0N. of Bubertsvn Fifth Dutrict-JAMBS H. BURNAM. of Lin coln. Sixth District-W. A. THOMA. of Davidson, beveuta Dulrict-EDWIS T. TALIAFERRO. ofUiio. Eigtb District A. C HAWKINS, of Carroll. Mnth Dwtriet-T. E- RICHARDSOJf. of Dyer Tenth Ditrict-R. J. MORGAN, of Shelby' For Governor, JOHN V. WIUGHT. For Congress, CHAS. B. SIMONTON. Wildon has placed the success of the Democratic party iu jeopardy. If you are a democrat can you con scientiously vote for such a man ? Mr Fu'juii, who the greenback re pudiators nominated for congress in tho Nashville district, declines to be sacrificed. His head is le...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 September 1880

. MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SEFTB 2. 1830. BAIUBOAB TIME TABLE. (mtrma-os M. LmIi lnr trlMH B. B, T relet leave Milsa u fulluva u4 after July 4.1KW. riHMtU TlAiSS. '. 1. Berth, Isaac t C:40 am e. S. " U:ttM . Jt i. am. bJu .. : pea lis about Iftwea mtoitot ! than tows time.. J.r. UA&Jb&.AgoU. Aula J. O. MAX J. aap't, JukM, Taa. N. It. CAKT.i. I'. AT- A.. XUrlMU. i. B. MukCr.O. T. A..KewOrleuac. Amatae-MJa A Waal, utile A Jt, , B. , Trains leove Milu m follows u4 after JIM Z7.AMU. r, aaaiaca nmi. Ne. I.MU,bii( 3:aa Se. . IfciS t (U Humboldt), aia 12:14 pui Ae. s. Berth. a. a. " . :3 am (Aoeemuodat'a) fciG pa A. W.LOVIXtf. Agent. 0. F. CAKTWELL, Local Ticket Ag't- C. F. ATWORR. ties. 9. A T. AXXO US CEMENTS. Te UMMtln. . The follewing ara aar prices far aaaeuacing aaaldatas tar eflioe Cssa ia tsvssca. Per Congress. 110 08 sTer the Leerislstare. 10 Su rer Caastr Offices. 00 t ar Ciai i aa. OIM0NT0X. We in authariied to aa ajaoaneetzie lion. L'hae. B. bimaha a can didate for bp -...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 September 1880

This caption might with e'jual pro priety be bad roads," as" It-would have attracted jut as much an J this U the purpose of it.- attention. Lut hMt we are going to any on this trite subject 1 though at tbe'same time ever fresh on account 'of its imyiortance, 1 is to-refer. gain to Ihe constant discussiou Wh'n'h it leads 'to till over, thfl' fl&untry. We scarcely Opfn rnrftl paper,' h'oweVrr far orn.ipr,' ia'Fhtch complaint ' not1 ma le about die b-id condition in Vhk-n the roa la ar kept, an the absolute necessity eft kuprTinjSf.rtheni. .'Like ourselv -s. ur cintmpo-aries are very nearly, il D(it nU, tinanimon: in le oouncinr the presfMit system if system it can be called and recommending somethiag better something that frill insure to every one wko -um them safety -Aid, excdiiion. . The merely tJirowin? out tt dirt dug or plowed at the sides Bd thrown into the middle, including everything poming in the way brush, soils, stones, roots andrubbish in general, wit Uout any regard t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 September 1880

': - f. ... if . 1 . BP 'SLood purifies;: CURES DYSPEPSIA, Urer Complaint, Ccstivenets, Bilious rAU . .... tacks. Indigestion, Jaundice, Loss of . Appetite, Headache, Dizziness, r Nausea, Heartburn, Depression ef Spirits, Sorts, Boils, Pimples, Skin Diseases, Erup tions, Foul Breath, and all Diseases arising from Impure Blood. Tha TTamrmrir Jimp, are rernmraeiided a. twins th. belt and cheafwst Family M-diine erer offered, n't are aold hy bruriu and Dmitri at 9 lent, ft Bottle. Direction, in Kleren Lanra?e.. Genuine beer, the fuc-ainule sifrnatnre. ami prirate propria, tarr stamp of A, VIHilXEIt fc CO., Bai-timou. ai..U.fl.A V s. to... S A Elood Producer and Life ; Sustaining Principle. lie Tnree principal IfiirreilientBin Malt Hi 1 1 mt art WALT. HOl'.S. and LAI. IS A V A. Acombined. trttkott frrmrftlfiltom, by the MALT BltTl !!S CoKl-AKY.-tlle are th jtraixle.t. K-tomiiva and niribmr Acfn's. tb ari.t.e.t frUod I,r-Hluci.T and I.rf-ustainmK Princi in f-ol or madirin. T'r ysrM'poia....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 September 1880

ii J k J. MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SEPTR 2, 1830. Ifliaf Mnn BLalue and Conk ling Tliiuk of Garneld. Frua the Brooklyn Eagle. The ioci.Ient I am about tu relate tut told tne liy one of the men whose name figured prominently in the in vestigation of Credit Mobilier, and Mho had dealings with Oakeg Ames at the time Garfield, Kelley, Scofield, Colfax, Wilson, Patterson, Logan and others were in his employ. "You remercher," said my inform ant, that Garfield went before the Poland Committee and denied, upon oath, that lie had ever owned a share of Credit MoKilier or had received a dollar from Ames. When he made this denial, it was not expected that Aruej) would give away any of the hov. The pressure exerted upon him was too great, however, and he produced hi memorandum book with the statement of Garfield's account in that gentleman's handwriting. Doesn't it peem strange that the innocent Gar field should ut have promptly ap peared before the committee a second time aud explained away the...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 September 1880

J MILAN EXCHANGE WADE BKOOHK, r.dllora ansl Preprliera. srnsfRirriox rates. Two dollar! a year; one dollar for til montbc; fly cent for three months, iktakiably ix ts- ACg. Entered Jit the port office at Milan, Ten n., a eound class natter. BEST AND CHEAPEST. PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS GRUNSWALD, 14 to 22 Baronne St., New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN J HE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED STEIN WAY, KNABE, WEBER, FISCHER, PLEYEL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH & WARREN AND PELOUBET & CO. D 1KECT Importation of all kind of Mimical band, aud Amateurs alrery lowest prices- iorresr-nicn.-e sonrm. iyi;irv, 1,IU1K G1U NEWAl.H. tirnncwald Hall. . 0. . - FINE "-JEWELRY I o QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. 0 J Wool J respectfully call the attention of my patrons and the public to my Lirgo new stock of sum as Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Kings, Clnins, Locket...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE a BROOKS, Fditon and Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. NEWS AND NOTES. A Summary of Important Events. The New Jersey Democratic Con tention, held on th 1st, nominated George C. Ludlow for Governor. The New Jersey Prohibitionists have placed in nomination a State ticket headed by 8. B. Hansom for Governor. It is officially reported that Gen. BoberU attacked and routed Ayoob Khan'i forces and captured twenty-seven guns. Gek. Weaver, the Greenback candi date for President, is making speeches in Maine, strongly denouncing the fusion In that State. General Roberts has arrived at Candahar. The combined British force will attack Ayoob Khan, who is intrenched at Murza, in Argenda Valley. The Nebraska Republican State Con vention, held at Lincoln on the 1st, renom inated the present 8tat officers excepting Land Commissioner and Superintendent of Public Instruction. The first passenger train over the yew Orleans and Texas Railroad arrived at Houston on the 31st ult. An a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WAPE A tilOOES, Ldlr ami Proj.ri.terv MILAN", - TENNESSEE. A EZOKEX WTXQ. I walVe-i la the woodland meadows, V hrrwf ttw thruhog ting. And I fiuml on a ixnl t uiossea -A l'int with a bmkcn winsr. I tval'd hn wound, and each morning' It Mttijr tt old wcot stniin; But th- tmd w i h a broken pinion JJevtT eoa-el a hih attain. I f ulfill a youth life linken Ily i-in's cl u'tivp art. Ami. towchrvl with 'hrit-like pity, I tHk him to my heart. Ho livid iti a n'h!- pur-nose. Ami struirxl-d not In mia: 1 1 jt tin' miiiI with a liroki-n pinion Ni-t soars as bij-h nimin. But the nir i with a limkr-n pinion K-pt -mother from the na-e. And tho life ttmt sin hud stricken H ! I a'mtbor from di-spiiir. Kin h lorn bm its comni-nsat ion, ThiTo hiu hi'iilinirs furewh pain; But a liinl wiih a limken piuiou Never soars " hifrh wrain. . CUrintian VTixIHij. THE HUT C!i THE MOOR. No one knew how it could have hnppened; DUt there It was. Nature had made a muudcr, tripjied over her own bounda...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 September 1880

L. .MILAN EXCHANGE CJAS.'CirAFFK, Hew irl-:n. E. iIAT.I.T-r.S. New Orleans- .'so. row km Uter.a J a, . THURSDAY. SEPTR 9, 1880. Democratic Ticket. For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. if Indiana. ELfXTORS roil TU HTT AT LABOE.I JOHN L. T. F-XEED. of Shelby. JOHN M. FLEMING, of Knox. m&TKICT ELECTORS. First District ---CM A 3. R. VAKCK. beoond Pistriet W. L. LEDti EL'tVOOD. Third District JOHN K. NKAL, of Rhe. Fuirth DUtrict JOS. E. WAtmiK'GTOX. of Robertson- Fifth Distriet-J VS3 H. BCRXAM. of Lin coln. Etith District tt' . A. T1IOMA. of Davidson. Seventh District KDWIN T. TALIAFERRO, of Oites. Kigth District-A. . IIAWKINS. of Carroll. Sloth Dirtrict-T. K- RICHARDSON, of Dyer Tenta DufirictU. J. HORUAN, of Shelby. CE-MEliail l.KANCLy, V mi AND A IIS. OFFICE RAIL. ,ING, DOORS, SHUTTERS, &o. vProtnpt attention .riven to repairing. All eonntry orders promptly A tten led to.-ca McDonald, March & Co., MAllBLE -DEALERS AXD MANUFACTUR...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. fEI'fi: 9. 1880. KAII.ROAD TfXB TASLM. fhicsxsro, SC Uola 4t Sfw Orleans) K. K. Trains leave Milan m follows an and after July 4. 13W. pssKiir,r.c T1K. !'. 1. north. Wave at :4n am !N. 3, " 21:40 am o. 2. (oath, " S.-l'lam '.. " .. 2:45 pm Tim about fiftorn minute flower than lown time. J. JT. GAKNEli, A-ent, Milan. J. 1. MAKK. f?nn't.J:irkjn.Tetin. F. K. AKY.. V. 3c T- A.. New Orleans. 1. H. MoKKY.ti. T. A.. N Orleans. J-onWvill Xiubi -III A c H. K. K. Train leave Milan as follows on and after J una 27, 16v. riURKGEl TRAIKB. No. 1, (oath, loa vesst S:3ftin No. S, -':..' in (t ilauiholdt)... (:'". am 12: lb via .. am ( Are mmodt'n) 5:5u pni A. W. LOVING. Apent. 0. F. CANTWELL. Local ticket Ag't- ?o. 5. o. 2, north. " o. 4. " Ke.6. " C. P. ATMORE. Wen. p. A X. AXSO UXCEMEXTS. The following are oar prices for annenncing canaidates lor Bioe cash ix 1)Tak.k. ForConprcm, 10 00 Vor the Loelature, 10 (10 Tor County Offices. 5 00 For Coacmiii. SIMONTON. We arc autho...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 September 1880

Fanner' Wires. Col T. W. Higginson writes to the 'WamaMi Journal from the mountains: Walking by a comfortable farm house the other day, I was attracted by a re markable tine lily, of a species new to bus. which grew in a wooden urn on the tlacirstep. On closer inspection it proved s beautiful that my companion and I ' aude bold to ring at the aoor and ask tor fnrlher information. Ve were at oo.ee cordially greeted by a cheery woman of middle age, who received with delight our prai.scs of the lily, showed us a gcrancura and fuchsia which rivaled it in her affections, and Insisted on our going into her old fashioned parlor, where a magnificent srj literally encircled the four sides of lb room from a single root in the cor ner. She had come to us from the wash tub, but she looked perfectly neat and wag as ready to talk as we to listen. She had lived all her life in the house where we caw her; it had been occupied by three general ions of her own family Wore her; relies of their old-fas...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 September 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. - All cotnmuiilcafton for thin pnpor should b acoomimriixd ly the nuinc of tho author, not fcecoKsjii ily fir publication. Inn h evidence ol rood faith on the part of tho writer. Writ only on dm Nth; of the paper. Ke particularly careful In trivliiB; iianic and dates, to liurvi ui wiwti or nrm" iimin nnn fluttnct. Advantages of Ilf-op Rich Soil. Land is naturally rich only when it i kept rich, as in the prairies and in l:inJ subject to overflow. There is a con stant washing out by the rain of some oi the fertilizing elements, among which is the principal one in importance, ni trogcu. To secure this before it di.a' peai must be the aim of the farmer, and liliunil applications of manure, es pecially if nitrogen be a large com jioneut part, must be followed by strong feedirg plants to take up this import ant element before it gets beyond the reach of the roots of the plant. Sci ence has demonstrated this and to ig nore it is to suffer loss. It will not do tb follow h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 September 1880

rrjvdrs: i-jcrrif s i MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, SEITIi 9, 1880. Cotton Trade of Mrmpliift. , JIemphis, Sept 1. The annual statement for the commercial your cloning last night, shows that 409, 809 bales rf cutton were received, an excess of 23.C70 Ules over any pre vious year. The average realized waa 11 83-100 per pouii.l. The ag gregate value of the cotton was near ly 24,000,000. List of Appointments. Th Chairman of the various Itxeeutive Com mitter t their meetinr on the t.lh of Aupust. rrnnrcd the following list of apidn:nienU for joint discussion between Hon. JohnV. Wright, Hon. S. F. Wilson and Hon- It. M- Edward, candidates for Uovemor: and the committees join in the reuuest that the eiti7.cns in the re apective localities assemble at an early hour. My 10 o'clock, on the days mentioned The Mreeraont ii signed by Wisn. W. Chu.drfss. J., Chairman leiu. Mule ix. obi David F- Yu.c, Chairman Low-tax Item. State Ex. Com. AtKK7 J. KriXAR, Chairman State Lx. Coiu. Nat. Greenback Labor ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE A BROObM, E41tars and lreprirura. KrBwCUIPTIWS liATEH. Two dollar a rear; one dollar for six month; fty ecnU for three munthi, iT4uublt ii ao- V1KCK. Entered t the port office at Milan, Tenn., a oeund elut matter. BEST AllB PIANOS AND OFFERED BY LOUIS' GEUNEWALD, 14 to 22 Baronne THE LARGEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN J HE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED BTEINWAY, KNABE, WEBER. FISCHER, I'LEYEL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH & WARREN AND PELOUBET & CO. DIRECT Importation of all kinds of Muicl jMercband. which Inffrtn Country buyers, lianas and A malt on at Terr iowoat prices- Corn 'p'utieoee solii-iteJ. Address, LuClS (iKl'.NK'.VALU. Grnnewald Hail. N. 0. FINE JEWELRY ! 0 QUICK SALES AH3 SHALL PE0FIT3. o J" Weald respectfully call the attention of my patrons and the public to my large new stock of even as Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Rings, Cbiwis, ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE BROOKS, Id lien aai Praprioton. MILAN. - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICST THE NEWS 1 1ST BRIEF. Smallpox is almost epidemic in the iron worVi district of Troy, X. T. Fourteen men-of-war of various na tionalities which will take part in the dem onstration againat Turkey are now assembled at the Austrian port of IUjftisa. The Georgia liepublicaa State Con vention, which met at Atlanta on the "th, adopted a resolution not to make any nomi nations. They however recommended cer tain Republicans as candidates for Congress. A Creek Indian was executed at Eu- fala, Indian Territory, on the 7th, by being hot, The crime of which he stood con Tided was the shooting of another Indian whom he suspected of being too intimate with his wife. Mobile has suffered by a destructive fire which reduced to ruins and ashes sev end large business buildings and their con tents, besides damaging many more. The loss is placed at $350,000, and the insurance at $230,000. The Mississippi Valley Hort...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE A B BOOKS, Editors asi" Proprietors, MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. THE OLD XTTRSERT STOUT. rno m ixw-f!Rif lit. Fhe was like a dolly, so bonnr and wee. And oft at the (rlomln' sbe'd lit on my knee. i a pai m-r son cnee wane 1117 nana sue wouia ooia. And always tbe old nursery story I told: There once was a Princess ; fold, gold wu her Dair: Fbe sat In her bowrr and nlned In dcSDatr: Till by came a Priacv the fair one he Dled: And be wan the king- then and she was the unae. The yean have sped onward and now she's rmn up: But atiM at th rloamln' she alts In my lao: fcoe presses my hand, while I kiss her soft cn-es. And still of tbe old nursery story we speak ; " There once was a Princess; gold, gold was biT hmr; Bhe oat In tbe bower and pined In despair: Till by came a Prince and tbe fair one he anlel: And I am tbe king now and' thou art the bride. Chamber? Journal. AMANDAR. " What's In a name?" Tain't no use, Keery ; you needn't take me to do no more. 1 snail nev mat youn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 September 1880

C V - - MILAN EXCHANGE fa w.i yi & rrs9 THURSDAY, SEPTR 16, 1880. Democratic Ticket. For President, W. S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana, ELBCTOBS mu rim btiti at laboiJ JOUX I.. T. SXEED, of Shelby. Jyll M. FLEMING, of Knox. DISTUICT ELECTORS. Jlrtt District--CHA3. R. VAKCK. Second litriot-W. L. LEDGERWOOD. Third Pistrict-JOHK R. NKAL.'of Rhea, yourth Wstrict-JOS. B. WAKiUJiUTUN, of Kobertn- fifth District J AMK3 B. BVRNAM. of Lin coln. Rgth lhstrict W. A. THOMA, of Davidson, tfeventh Uitrricl-KDWIN T. TALIAFERRO, of Giles. Kigi'.i Itintrirt A. HAWKINS, of Carroll. Kinth li'rct-T. K- RICH ARDSOX. of Iyor Taath Dirlrtot-K. J. MORGAN, of Shelby- IKE SAMELSON, with STERNBERG & LEE, . Wholesale Dealers in Tobacco and Cigars, Qia 3VXa1zx Gtroot, Opposite Peabody Hotel, Memphis, Tenn. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE tOH MONROE 6TREET. rle agents for Stepharia Glass Mouth Piece and Vanity pair Cigarettes. Also le agents for Grave ly'e Double fuulor Knot....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SEPrR 16. 1880 laseevsr. IK. aetata k Biar 4rtaea K. K. Traias Uara Xilu as fullowa an4 attar fa. 1. aorth. Weee at-,, 6:40 am 2..oetk. " :10 ho. . " M X:45pa Tioeeekoat tfteea sninatea slower tto tuwa time. J. X. (iAKSifcK, Atewt, Jailau J. O. MAK!T.en't, Jackeoa.Tena. 6. K.CART,J. f.lT. A.. Sew OrleaM. 1. U. MOitET.C.T. A..NtOrWui. lertwalll Kkv1llet L K. K. Trains leave Siilaa as folluws a sad after June 77, law. rissraoKaTaaiaa. h. 1, eoeth. level st 3:30 am No. S. " " l:55pm Ho.S. (U Hambflldt) 9:Uf.m F.L aorta. - U-lSpiu Ka.4. " Ke.6. - JtMam (Aeenoiaiodat'n) 5:50 pm A- W.LOVINd. Agent. 0. F.CANTWELL, Local Ticket Ac't- C. P. ATMORE, G.n. P. AT. ANXO UyCEJMZXTS. Tw laaaMatM. Tb following are ear prion far amaoaneinr eaaaidatee tor eSee casa ic act ci. ForCenirreas. $10 W For the Wiilatare, 10 CO For Coantr Office. 5 00 "er I'mhihi. OIMOYTON. We are nntWited to an Oaounnetbe Hon. Chae. B. Siraontnn a can didate for re-election to Concrws in thi du Iriet...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 September 1880

Web-Footed Fowls. The past thirty years have witnessed many agricultural follies, beginning with the " niorus multicuitis" fever a little more than three decade ago; the Shang hai fever, the sheep fever, the Short Kara fever and more lately the poultry fever generally. But as "it is only by li3ease that we are brought to appreci ate health, these morbid excitement my have resulted iasome good. With out desiring to create or put in motion Bother boom," I wish to direct at tention, as a specific branch of general agriculture, to the raising of ducks and peeee for protit. Many old farmers, and perhaps eome young ones, may give a eniffof the njse at this, but a little ex perience has satisfied me that there is more money in ducks and geese to the farmer than in hens or turkeys. The duck is generally esteemed as a table fowl and it only nee Is testing to make the gK)! the peer of the turkey upon the Christmas board. As an egg-producer there Is no fowl that will compare with ducts. They b...

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