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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 September 1880

THE OBE1T EBJf Alt BLOOD PURIFIER, CURES DYSPEPSIA, Urer Complaint, Costireness, Bilious At tacks, Indigestion. Jaundice, Los of Appetite, Headache, fiizzintss. Nausea, tfeartburn. Depression of Spirits. Sores, Boils, Pimples, Skin Diseases. Erup tions. Foul Breath, and ell Diseases arising from Impure Blood. Tha Hamburg Drops ar m oninwndad as twins; th best and cheapest Family Madidn rer offered, and art aoM by Druggist and Dealer at M Oat Bottl. Direction la Eleven language. Genuine paar th fo-.imila jgnarar. and privat propria ""V f tamp of jLtoVELEB A CO., B LTiaosa, Kb, U.S.. "A KIDICIira WITHOUT A MTAt." THE GBJELATEST KIDNEY AND LIVER MEDICINE EVER KNOWS. TTT"NT"8 JIEMEDT haa saved from linger ing disease and death hundreds who bar been given up by physician to die. HINT'S KKMEDY cure all Dlseasea of tha Kidr.ry, Bladder, Urinary Organs, Uropsy, Gravel, Ilabete, and Inconti nence and Retention of Trine II I NT'S REM EDV encourage aleep, create an appetite, bracea up the ayat...

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. — 16 September 1880

r atf MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, fcEITU 16, 1680. Tbe Fraukfoit, Kj., Yeoman euja every person in that section who tried paper !mge on the grape crop Las been successful. Ust of Appointment. The Chairman of the various Erer ativ Com nittocs at their mee..iti on the 4"tb of August, arranged tho following liit of apiwiiTitment" i t Jeint diousfion between Hon. John V. VS riKht, lion. 8. F. V7i!i-on and Hod. K. M. Edwards, eandidatos f r Governor; art tbe cominittoij Join in the re ine.t thr.t the citizens in the re epective localities afcmble at n party hoar, tay JO o'cl ock, on the dayn mcatiuned The at-reeinent is eiirnod by .Two. W- fun kic?s, Jr.. Cbairitaj Dtm. State Kx. tola. Pa ii F- Wallack, Chairman Low-tax Dim. State Ex. Com. Aihe J. Kri.i.AU. Chairman Plate L. Coin. 't. Orceubacfc Labor Party. Thursday. Sept, 1. Feliva. Friday. Sept. 1". Jackson, fcatar.'.ay, Sept. 18. Hardy, n.ondav. Seat. J1. lleeaturyille. To.-siay, Sept. Hurtinruon. V ediiosiay. Sept. W averly. f bur-day....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 September 1880

L MILAN EXCHANGE WiUKABROOHt. Eelitar mm Proprietor. XBacBirriox rate. Twe dollars a rr; onedullar for aix months; ft eeais for three months, KTitiiiLT M ad f ac. Katerad at the pest ofioe at Milaa, Tenn., u b4 etiu attar. BEST AND CHEAPEST. PIANOS ajst) ORGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS GRUNEWALB, 14 to 22 Earonne St, New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOST TOl'ULAR MUSIC HOUSE IK lHE SOUTH. GENERAL ACJENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED 6TEINWAY, KNABE, WEBER, FISCHER, PLEYEL fTARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH A WARREN A.ND PELOUBET & CO. DIRECT Importation of all kinds of Musical Merchandise, which JI offer to Coontry buyers. Hands and Amateurs at very lowest prices- Oorrrrp-ndenne oli"ir-d. A.idress. LOl'lS tiRLN EVV ALU. (irnnewald Hall. N. 0. FINE JEWELRY! O QUICK SALES AND SHALL PROFITS. 0 T Weald respeetfa'tly eall tne attentiee of mr patrons and the pablie to By large dw stock of seen as . Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Set?, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 September 1880

MILAN. EXCHANGE. ViE 4B0OKS, Miter ul Pnpttosn. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS I3ST BRIEF. Tib New Hampshire Prohibitionists nave placed a State ticket in the field, head ed by George D. Dodge, of Hampton Fall, for Governor. Eighteen young squaws, Cherokees, Choctaws and Cree ks, ranging in age from 16 to J8 year, have recently pone East to Join Jfr. Moody 'i school at orthneld, Mass. Official returns from ail the coun ties in Arkansas except Chicot, Desha, Green, rbillipe and Pulaski give Churchill majority of about 52,000 over Parks for Gov ernor. Tint Rev.'E. P. Adams, of the Pres byterian Church at Dunkirk, N. V., was formally deposed from the ministry by the Buffalo rresbytery at its recent session. Be was charged with heresy. The Archbishop of Quebec has issued m pastoral letter deploring the continued emigration from that province to the United States, and appealing to the generosity, charity and patriotism of the people to take steps to check the movement. Th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 September 1880

! j 1 ' MILAN -EXCHANGE. WIDE X E COOES, l.iliom sad rro.ritor. MILAN, TENNESSEE. IX A COTTAGE GARDEN Betwixt our aprle-liotigb. how clear , 1'be vl'ilif western hUls apicar, As calmly ends mxitbcr Uy Of earth . Imsfr history from the ray Phe with slow ma.'cgtic motion Wheclmii continent mid oe-an Into bT own dim ithaie, where through The outer heaven come Into view, iM-cp hcvond deep. In thought concdra 1 bis roliingglohe whereon we live, (For In the mind, mid there alone, A picture of the world is ebowu How biiire tt la. how full of thinim, A round the royal Bun It swings. In one of many subject rings Carrying our cottage with thereat. Its rocc-lawn and it's martin's ntt. But. numlier every giain of sand. Wherever salt wave touches land; Number in single drops theses; Numlier the leaves on every tree; Kumlier earth's living creature's, all That run, that fiy, that awtm. that crawl, Of anK drops, leaves and Uvea, the count Add ii pinto one vaUamount; And then, forever?' separate on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SEPTR 23, ZMQ. Democratic Ticket. For Fret-Mont, W. S. HANCOCK. of PcnnsTlrnnia. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. ELECTOES rot H ETATI it UROI.I JOHN L. T. f NEED, of fc'helty. JOHN 3i. FLEMING, f Knox. DISTRICT ELECTORS. first Dirtrlrt-CDAS. B. VAXCK. Second District W. L. LEDGKKWOOD. Thirl District JOIIX R. NEAL. of Rhea. fourth District-JOS. E. WASHINGTON, of kobrtUB Fifth OU trict JAMES H. ECRNAM, of Lin coln. Fixth District W. A. THOMA. of DaridwMi. rTenthDistriol-EDVYIS T. TALIAFERRO, oftii'cs. Kisrth Distriet-A.tf. HAWKINS, of Carroll. Moth Ditrirt-T. E- KICHARDSON. of Dyer Tenth District-R. J. MORGAN, of Shelby For Governor, JOHN V. WRIGHT. For Congress, CIIAS. B. gIMONTON Fjr Representative, JAMES M. COULTER. Uoaeoe Conkling ruaJe a speech in New York lust Friday, in which he frantically waved the bloody shirt He i-s wasting his time and breath. Ben Butler and John W. Forney made Hancock speeches in Pittaburg the other day, at which me...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 September 1880

MTT.AN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SEITR 23. 1880. KAILBOAD TIME TABMJt. tilc, fit-I-oalu SewOrlro II. It. Triint Uave Milaa u follows on and after July . I50- r4SJ56E T11II1. J e. 1. north. U.ves aL.. ).o. i. " - No. I. south, " Tin. 1- " " .. &40am .!l:44am y. lu ana 2:' pm Tim about Mui minutes flower thin town tin. J. T. UAKSfcK. Agent. Milan. J. l. MANS.flup't. Jacl-.en.Tenn. 6. K. CAKY. O. P. A ! A .. w Orleans. i. B. MuKKV. it. T. Ax. New Orleans. LalTl!le A Xiwtavllle VU S. H. It. Trains leave Milaa a loltows ea and eftr Jane 27. riascitSKt Ttiixa. K 1 ...ll knail S:30in No. 3. to'la'oiabolut)... 9rr a:a 12:15ia , 3:X am AeenremodaTn) 5:50 pm A. W. LOVIXQ. Agent. 0. F.CANTWELL. Local Ticket As't- lS-.Vi am fco. J.aorth. " No. 4. " . 6. C. P. ATMORE. lien. P. A X. A XX O UXCEHEXTS. Te nai4ildat. Tbe following art eur prices for annoaneict eaaaidaUss tor office cash in 4uvaci. For Congress, 110 W I'er tho Legislature, 10 00 For County Offices. 5 00 rr Congmw. SIMONTOS. VV'e are aut...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 September 1880

, Onr Windows. Windows are the eye of our d wellings, through which an outsider may gain ome idea of tho character of the occu pant within. Ia ancient u-mple archi tecture tho light was obtained from openings in the roof and it was not until 1180 that g!as began to be used ia the windows of private houes in England. Since that time a radical im prove meut baa taken place in the. stylo of our dwelling and the window has, become an important 1-ature, aflordingps better light aud ventilation tuan were: enjoyed ven by those who begau housekeeping a century ago. But for her correspondence with na ture art would cease to be the mighty passion of the mind, for all her powers are. due To this association. Nature is the gl-.iss Yelleeting God," and those who look reverently ia this mirror form a more intimate acquaintance with the Creator and th's works of his hand. TJie flowers we have loved and tended mo devotedly through the warm and pleasant d.ys-we have not the heart to leave out-doors ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 September 1880

THE GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, llllillinilill'nl ml I .Ill T Vary.) W 'Tl 'I' I'll: GOUT, SORENESS or re. CHEST, SORETHROAT, QTJIKST. SWELLING3 An SPEAINS, FROSTED FEET Airs EARS, . Z3X77Ua'S AJtD BOAIiDH, Gensral Bodflj Pains. TOOTH, EAR AJTD HEADACHE, ABB ILL OTfiEH PUIS ABB ACHES. ... M Ml' - - i m;!,,.,flnrtiii .jiBtwmniai g hh"-- IjiiLil 'If! I 'I,, , No Preperetioe on earth .qn.l. St. Jacob. Oil as ft un, eras, simple ana cheap F.iternal RemeJy. A trial enlailf trot the comparatively trifiiniroatlay of SlfCaicrs, ent .very OH suffering with paia can have cheap ft i puaitiv. proof of iteelaiaie. niKBCTlOSS II (LITER LaSGClGES. SOU IT All DMOBISTI All QUIHS II MEDICIIE. A. VOGELER & CO. Baltimore, Mil., V. 8. A. In MALT BITTERS an the faopM of t-ha tick atul uttering may be alize4. Tha bonaaad rauacla pro ducing MALT, tha uerva quieting HOP. tha superb ftonie and malarial antidota C A LIS AY A, and other pre-clOTM Tythl anbata...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 23 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, 6EPTK 23, 1880. What Became f that Subiuin toa Plank. VcMluiTilla ttaniarl. Wilson and hi followers gay that they bolted the Democratic Convene tioii for one reason only, and that was Ltcause the conventiou did not adopt the "eubmLion plank." Maj. V. J. Kjkes charges, and we now propose to prove that Wilson's convention did not adopt the "Kuhmiwion plank" it self and that Wilson's platform does not coutain that plaok to-day. Now for the proof, which ia the jjatforrn it self. It says; " We deny the validity against the State of all that part of our alleged indebtedness represented by bonds issued for, or on account of railroads, and declare they shall be loft for settlement w here they proper ly llong in the judicial controversey between the bondholders and the rail roads." This claase of the Wilson platform to dispose of ninetentbs of the State debt without a word of submission to the Iieople, but declares that it "shall be eft for settlement between the bon...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 September 1880

M- MILAN EXCHANGE WADE dfc RIOOKK, E4llra 4 Proprietor. KDiMC&IITIOS RATES. Two dollars a year; ons dollar for six month; fly oenU for three months, iaialt i ad akce. Entered t the poet offioe at Milan, Teon., M second elaas mutter. BEST AND CHEAPEST. PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS GRUMEWALB, 14 to 22 Baronne St., New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOST rofuLAR MUSIC HOUSE IN lHE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED STEINWAY, KNABE, WEBER, FISCHER, FLEYEL ( PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH & WARREN AND PELOUBET & CO. DIRECT Importation of ell kind of Murical Morchandtsa. whick I offer to Country buyers, iod. and Amateur, atr.r, lowest P" 0. FINE JEWELRY! 0 QUICK SALES AND SMALL PROFITS. 0 T Would respectfully call the attention of my patroni and the public te my large new stock of L'CH A8 Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Rings, Chains, Lockets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and best pla...

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. — 30 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. VIDE BROOKS, Editor ui Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS It-T BRIEF. The statement that an Insurrection ad broken out in Herat and that the Gov ernor of the city h.id been murdered, i9 un founded. The New Hampshire Prohibitionists have nominated an Klectoral ticket, besides Congressmen and a full Bute ticket, and will tnake an active canvaxg of the State. The latest advices are that a great combination movement of the Mexican American troops is taking place to catch Vic- torio, and, if possible, end his career. The Indians about the Agency near Fort Iteno and also those at Wichita Agency arc reported as being restless and ugly and threatening trouble, on account of alleged Insufficiency of food. The Cabinet Workers1 Union Furni ture Factory at Tell City, Ind., together with a number of dwellings of employees, waa burned on the night of the 10th. Loss about f i'OO.OOO. The Little llock Gazette is authority for the statement that the Fishback ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 September 1880

MILAN EX0EAKG3. WiKK A I(I))K. HI on ml Pro,.ri.-t.r. MILAN, TENNESSEE. I AX THE LAD TITA T FOLLO WS TEE TLOW." I am the lad that follow the plow Kobin and Thrub Just whistle for ma in a hickory suit that's pretty well worn I iro to the tlel.l at early morn, I help to wiitfr the golien com llobin and Thrush just whistle for me. Oit In the meadow an1 woods and lanes Kobin and Thrush just whistle for me I watch the snccp and the lambs at play; When the graxs is high I toon the hay; .There ian't a hoy in the world so any Kobin and Thrush lust whistle for me. I fn with father to shear the sheep Kolrin and Thrush just whistle for me I fodder the cattle, the niangrs nil, I drive a team, I roto the mill, I milk the cows with a rlirht good will Kobin and Thrush tust whistle for me. I help the pesrnes and plum to save ltoliin and Tnnih Just whistle for me For I am the boy cun climb a tree; There Isn't an apple too high for me, There Isn't a nut that I can't see Kobin and Thrush just whistle ...

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. — 30 September 1880

1 ! 1; MILAN EXCHANGE TIIUKSDAY. SEPTR SO, 1880. Democratic Ticket. For President, W, S. HANCOCK. of Pennsylvania. Fur Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. of Indiana. For Governor, JOHN V. WRIGHT. For Congress, C'HAS. li. SIMONTON Fjr Iijresentative, JAMES M. COULTER. tfJL " 1 Jnrle Witliey has decided the case of the Tennusece bondholders vs. the railroads in i:iyr of the latter, thus knocking the last prep from under the platform of the bolters. Tke de cision in (uVrt is that the state, and not ihe milronds, is bound for the payment of the bonds, and the ques tion hffre ihe people is: "Shall we pay or repudiate?" We belUve a lare majority of the Tpeople are op posed t ;th odium of repudiation. They arj too proud and honest to have that stigma placed on their state. They Mieve they are not able to pay the debt in full, with six per cent, in terest, as the Hawkins platform de mands, and nUo make the coupons receivable fir taxes. They think that id too oppressive. Why not compro mise hono...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 September 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY. SEPTR 30. 1880. RAILK9AB TIME TABLM. 41lec,Kl. Lawia Xe-wArlearje R. It, T rales Leva Milaa u followt on and after Jal .1W. rgnr.t mini. J . 1. north, leaves at..........-... 6; am o. S, " - !l:iain Ko.t.iontb., " :10am So. 4. " " 2:V I'm Tim about fifteen minute slower than tuwu time. J-T. UAK.NLK. Agent, ililan J. . MANX, r?up't. Jackson. Tenn. P. E. CARV. . P. & T- A.. Jew Orleans. 1. B. MOKEY. tJ. T. A.. New Orleans. Llevtll ot Xsutatvfll fc CL . it. K. Train leave Milan aj fulluwi on and alter J no 27, 13). fiOSIKUItR TEAIKr) No. 1. snath, leave at am No. 3. 12:.Vj pin Ko.5. " o.2. aorth, ..4. " Sa.e, C. P. ATMORE. Gen. r. k T. (to Humboldt)... S:(')ara . 12: l." pm am ( Accommodat'cl 5;jU pm A. W. LOVING. A(r.:nt. 0. F.CANTWELL. Local Ticket Ag't- A NNO UXCEMEXTS. T Caasellclafca. Tk. following are ear rices for annoanclng aaaaidases lor affiee casa is tacb. ForCongreas. tlO 00 Far the LegUlatnre. 1 For Coanty 0 Ifioea. 00 Fen- Ceogrrr;a SIMONTOK. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 September 1880

A NEW HAT. You never did fee such a splendi J laat in vour whole iilc." Delilah'said to feer mother. "It had two big roses in ! front, one red and one yaiier, and a long wreath ct flowers that went all Around the crown and hung down bc feind. It was sieh a ta.-ty thing and only two dollars and a half. Dirt cheap, and Just my colors, too. It would be so be coming to me; and I tell you. ma, it would take the shine outer everv hat in Sunday-school." Now as Delilah, or Lilah Winters, as she was usually called. was a girl with a skin so black that char coal wouldn't show a mark on it, it j might reasonably be inferred that any 1 color would harmonize with her com- i plexion. But she had her own tastes, and wouldn't have been seen with a blue or green ribbon for anything in the world. Her mother, frugal Aunt Re becca, shook her head as she answered: "C'an'tyou fix up yourole hat, chile? Times is 'stonishiu hard lis summer. J2f you got a new ribbon and freshened up de flowers you mought ma...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 September 1880

TO CORRESPOIfDEJfTS. All communication (or thi par-r uorl'! be accompanied liy tliM iimue ol t eH!iMi'ir ii, necessarily (or millict in, but af itt-ti-- ( Bffxxl iaitli n t tic part i ii' writ.r. only on one ileo( tbe iimt. lie iHnifiil carvful in triviuic nairn-a mil 'lute, to lmj ...1 letters or Iirurc p.uiu uuU U-Uil A Pennsylvania rrlnoo The Romantic Storjr of a German Tramp. A few months ao William Grossman was a tramp in Eastern I'enns lvania ; now he is liberally spending 15,! i(X), that sum Lcin;r the first installment of his inheritance from his father's estate in Germany. Grossman has settle. 1 in Lonswamp Township. lerks County, and already owns a stable of niac fast horses. His first cash receipt from Germany was $ 1 G.00O in gold ; then he received $4,(KXl in currency and then a draft for $2.),000, which he has de posited in bank for safe-keeping. In a few months more he expects another lare installment of solid cash from over the sea, the result of the sale of his dead...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 30 September 1880

ii 1 MILAN EXCHAIiG T11UIISDAY, SE1TU 30, 180. j An Arrangement Effected. f pecial to the. Memphis Appeal, lSAFnviLL, Bt-pt. 23. Mr Hawk ins came here to night to consult with his Republican frieudi whether he should accede to the demauda of Mr. Wright to divide time daring the re mainder of the canvass. Chairman Childress had talked thut the appoint ment be bo changed to leave out Paris, Dresden, Union City, Milan, Lagrange, Huntingdon and Dickeou, , and, intlead, speak at Lynchburg, j Lcwkburf, Sparla.Co'jkeviile, Gain.- i boro and ChattanoogH. liiawLiiie and j his friend agreed upon a divi.-Ln of time, but declined to make the change uggested by CuilJreea. Wrigh: aud I Hawkins will thcrefcre F-pcak at j Spiingfield to-morrow. Yv'hen Hawk- ins was apked to make a di virion of j time at the beginning of the canvas j he declined, on the ground thut it j would be impossible for him lo ru:.ke his sentiments known wilh four can-! didates ppenking, and, second, that i s j be had canvad ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 7 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE PIANOS A WIDE BBOOKK, E4IMrt ! I'roprlclnra. fcl'BM RirTIOK RATL.S. Two dollar a year; on dollar firix uootht: fly eenU for thrte month., lgriaM.iai.T m ab- VaKCg. Entered at the post office at Milan, Tone, as aeoood elaai matter. BEST AMD CHEAPEST. PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS 6RUNBWALD, 14 to 22 Baronne St., Hew Orleans. TUE LARGEST AND MO.StToT'ULAK MUSIC HOUSE IK J LIE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED STEIN WAY, KNABE, WEBER, FISCHER, PLEYEL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH & WARREN AND PELOUBET & CO. DTRECT Importation of all kind" f Maical .Merchandise, which I offer to Country bnyers. Band, and Amateurs at very lowest price. - '''-rd!' solicited. Ai Mres, 1.01 IS Kl N EH A 1.1). Omnewald Hull. .. FINE JEWELRY! 0 QUICK SALES AND SMALL PBOFITS. 0 T rTonld respectfully call the attention of my patronf and the public to my large new stock of HCCIl Cuim, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Watches, Cameo and Amethyrt Kings, Chms, Lio...

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

MILAN EXCHANGE. WiDI A BROOKS, Editors Proprietor. MILAN, - ' - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEW8 I3NT BRIEF. The Howgate expedition to the Po lar seas has been abandoned for the present seanon . Political agitation is rife in the Scandinavian peninsula. The Norwegians want a republic. The Democrats of the Second Illinois District (Cbleago) have nominated John F. Farnsworth for Congress. The Greenbackers of the Second Illinois District (Chicago) have nominated Charles G. Dixon for Congress. Two tribes of Canadian Indians, the Mandrills and Salteaux, are said to be wag ing a war of extermination against each other. A large number have been killed on both sides. The New Hampshire Greenback Convention nominated full State and Elec loral tickets and the delegates pledged themselves to support the National Green back ticket straight. Frof. Brows has officially reported to the Privy Council that the splenetic fever f the imported Texas cattle Is not the same 'Unease as the splenetic fev...

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