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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 21 October 1880

TO COR8XSPOXDENTS. AD communication lor this paper ahnnldbo aocorapanied by she name of tbe author, not oeceiaarily for publication, but as ertdcrr-e of food faith on ine part of tha writer. Writ onlvonona aide of Ilia paper. Be particular!? careful In firing limn and datea, to ho a letters r figure plain and dbtinr Esthetic Millinery " Sjmphonles" in Bonnets and Drosses. I visited my milliner yesterday. I wanted a plain (all bonnet and asked to lee pome. She took me around to a be wildering hot-house of (lowers of all seasons, fruits of every nation and birds of every clime. She said: ' If madam will allow I will suggest a most exquisite bonnet of beaded silk, trimmed with fruit and garnet beetles. It will be so very becoming to madam's Style. The artistic effect is so sweetly beautif j1, and if rnadaru has a-stlictic tastes, as 1 am sure she has, it will en chant her. It is what Whistler would call a symphony in natural history. It is a poem in color, a song in material." That was...

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. — 21 October 1880

i i! warms' i mi k -u J'.v jr wwunvu.u iwviwri -iuy m j 7 AN EXCHANGE Ti l-: DAY, OCTR 21, 1880. '? cik ofTennee !Vote. ! 'ii.! C'liij'lrollcr has L-vucJ the fU .. .i . -ir;-uliir: i iTii' h.i.i:r'8 Okftce,Napit viixn s . .r-S, 1S80. To trustws, dorks ... I "ilier collecting ofJiciit: Under .ivsiur. of Senate joint resolu 1 n N". ret 1879, page S3D, the "r i-iiivr an.l the Comptroller, in the i .i f m legal opinion by tho At i ,v Ji'iicrnJof the State, thought i ii.-ir.lufy to refuM to receive, in m.i.r of dues to the State, the Liils . Jiuuk of Tennessee known as : i na" Now, however, that the i., tiT if nlxjut to Je tted hi the le Attorney Getieral gives an it to the effect that a statute can- ii .i rojH-aled ly a resolution; that I J.i-r h still in force aulhoriz i.. . ..Iln-Jing officers to receive from ! . k piircrii "old is.uc' Tennessee ruon r ir payment of State tax; and that i" . .1 Tins unad viable to suhject the : ti payment of costs by further thus to receive it. i. ftre...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WIPE m. BROOK. EeTllara M4 Frprirtr. ftrBM-KirTI!S RATEM. Tw. dollar a fear; one dollar for lix moatbf; fty eecta for three monthe. ivaiALY is Entered at the pout office at Milan, Tens., a. read claw matter. BEST AND PIANOS and ORGANS PFFERED BY LOUIS GEUNEWALD, 14 to 22 Baronne St., New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOST FOrULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN iHE . ....nt nnn ipnn prt TDDltPn aOUTli. UriNfcKALi AUlvHtJt tUK int i,ii.uiwiL4 STEIMVAY, KNABE, WEBER, FISCHER, PLEYEL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH A WARDEN AV11 PF.TMTRET A. CO. D ,TECT rmrnrtatioii of all kind, of Me.ieal A"""e"r"1' uw"" L01TI8 RU5KWALi), Grnnewald Hall. U. 0- ' FINE JEWELRY! 0 QUICK S A LSS AND SMALL PROFITS. o T Wnrld renwctfnnyeaa atteattea ef Bf patron, aa. the pabHo". my large new rtock ef 6UCH A3 Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx tad Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign WaSchea, Cameo and Amethyst Rings, Chius, Lockets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and best plated ware, Clocks, Fancy G...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE A BBWKS, ftiJiW t4 Prrfctk J MILAN, TENNESSEE. curreWTopics. rdHnJX Oli.Ci . THE NEWS 1 1ST BRIEF. r A KEUNrO'-W "southern, took place at Atlanta, Ga., on the lxth. The best ft tallJti; prevUL- y r A. G. Hodges-.1 OrWnd Treasure - f 4 the Kentucky Masonic Lod?e, is a defaulter to the amount of7,0oe.'' He hm held the office for marirVcari. "; - .".'- i .":, It is oflicJaUy anbohncedtbat the'At- chlson, Toprkaand Santa dUllmad .will ; -it & ix iiijTTu oeuasarowneajitmscii. froopS,North9ntW. rBrcf .UlwitoMi. th dis be completed'anfl ! rrj6hl;rTi-fl,wtfir' tfBmH' ytrrg iirom and Win! Klrtley,' the latter era Pacific about January tJuiopen'-v'J Xuially,.' The tidse bf the explosion is not Ine up a tirff nrorih"rfwlt between the fcuowtn i j i! i' f :" o Eat and tlmfnSe Coast.'- " (1 1 A aceadeht; ccnrr4tlon . the Ciqcln- SesatoiTTVaDE" IljTMTTO'jr ftasTTrtt-- Oaytott 5Uilrtart,'at JonesStation, ten a very ljflifoeiftifc (senary ffoSil B"T',t ,cin'' " Sherman, m!io...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE A BBMIKS, Kdl.on tad Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE LOSS AXD CAIX. 1al have T rained In alt those year Pirwm I wa horn, in IpIii'i What have I it neer to return Amid tbe way and haunU of men? T"ve psin1 the weight of mnv years, La'U-n with sorrow, pain ami sin: I've lt the hope of earthly Mi.-w Alonir the roaa I've traveled in. Ive (mined the thine I did not wk, Tbpy mine to me with Brent qurprise; I vc it the tbinir that charmed me most. When lirst they met my wondering eyes. I've s-iilned a bitter taste of life. Thin onee I d"euied so pure and nweet; I've lewt the friend of early years. That I on earth no more hall meet. I've pained the wealth that mrrn'ry holds i lb -e Urns in the Heavenly loll; To thut my heart with fondness clings As doth a inUer to his if il l. I've g-uined new vision. Now I see Thinif that I never taf before. I've low the idols mado with bands That men and women now adore. r"ve trained a heart that chatn'd lies Contented 'neath a Kiither...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, OCTR 28, 1880. Democratic Ticket. For PrcM,Jen,t, - . " W. S. HANCOCK. For Vice President, W. H. ENGLISH. ELECTOKg- ro THE STAT1 IT tR(J. JOHN L. T, EXEED. cf Shelby. ASMtW B- UAKIlN.if Wilaon.". DISTRICT ELECTORS. First Tntrict-cn AS. VAXCK. Sncond Di-trirt-W. L. LEDiiKrtWOOD. ;" Third Dislriet-JOHN R. SEAL, of Rhea, rourth Dislriot-JOS. E. WASHINQTOX. of Robertson. riflh DUtrict-JAS. H. BURXHAJi. of Lin coln. Sixth District W. A. THOJ1A. of nridon. 9ventb I'Utrict-EDWIX T. TALIAFERRO. f Giles- Eighth Pistnct A. Q. IIAWKIS8. of Carroll. imb District-T. E. RICHARDSON. f Dyer? JcDlk Iiftrict R. J. MORU AX. of Shelby. For Governor, . JOHN V. WEIGHT." ForCo tigress ciias.b:;simonton - For Senator, S. F. RANKE. For Representative, ' JAMES M. COULTER Fcr Floater, IL P. COLE. W poatlast wetkfj'm3Xaf.hville and Lebanon, and took occasion to in form ourselves as to the political out look. During the week we bear J of largo b u tubers of meu in the two coun ties ho d...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY.. XXyTil 28, 1880. KIILKOIB TIME TiBLEH. Ur,RLIaUA Xewarrle-assa B.K. Traiaslrava Uilaa aa follows ea aad after July 4. IS). PAtSKKGEK TBAlaB. Se. 1. norta.lcaves it !:40 tm ko.S, " .!l:4latn No. 2. sosth. " ihloam Xo. 4. " " 2:4.5 pm Time about fifteen mitiuU-s alower than town time. J. X. ViAKNtR. Agent, Milan. J.O. MAVX.fap't, Jackson, Tenn. fc. K. CAKY. ti. K.il. A.. New Urleanf. L. 11. MUKEY.fi. T. A.. New Orleans. IxXilKTllle A KiMhvlll K. O. B. Trains leave Milan as follows ea and after Jon 27. K). P ASStHGM TUIK8. Ho. 1, tenth, leaves at : ........ J Jtm ...1-':.V I'tn (to Uuinboldt)... ? (iam 12.1").iu 3:i". am (Aceommodat'n) 5:50 pm A.W. LOVING. Agent. 0. F. CANTWELL, Loral Ticket Aa t- Ko. 2, B'ath, " Wo. 4. " Se.6. " c. P. atmop.t:. Gen. P. AT. AXXO USCi:?dEXTS. Te C nililn. The following are oar prices (or announcing caeidatosfnroade Caar l avKa. -ForCongTes, 110 W) Fr too bvaw'.atare. 10 0) For County Vflieee. S W Fr Co, lean. SIMONTO?, We are a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1880

' The Sympathetic Shepherd and the W olf. Once upon a time a Wolf observed a Lamb feeding out of sight of the shep herd in charge and it determined to have a dinner of mutton. While skulk ing along towards its victim the Wolf fed over a ciilT and was badly injnred. The Shepherd heard its yells of pain and came running up to dispatch, the animal with a club. Hold on! Ho'.d on! I want to ar gue this ease!" cried the Woif. " But you are a philosopher and I am only a Shepherd," w:is the reply. It was vour Lamb who pushed me over this cliff." said the brazen Wolf as he sat up; and by the use of big words, wise looks and arguments b.ned on ' ifs," he convinced t!ie Shepherd that it was his duty to take him home and h'")l his injuries. When the Wolf was able to walk he -demanded a lamb as compensation for his bu .ilv snTeriug and loss of time. The .Shepherd detuurrcJ, but the Wolf pi!ed an old law by which any person Lurouriug a wolf should be lined and impri-oned. and he declared he would...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1880

to correspotAjents.3' AH aaatoumea lions lo-tUp4er auuuM ba aectiiBrmaiud by tlte nnjntof tiieauthnr. not hece.sftrtly fnt WeJirrl'Tn. Trot as frMmn! of fond fallh on the part o( the writer. Writ only on on aide of the paper. Ue partlou Iktit careful In jrlvlng- nam- and date, to Lvj aU Iwtmra or Egu piala asta) ltnt-r) e-- - .- - He Prince f Montenegro and II is Fol-"- letters. Prince Nikita is the son of the Graijd Voivode Mirko, a fiery paladin, the :- ideal of Montenegrin chivalry. Mirko was the trusted leader in everr eain- subjectsiet the evening conversation in the cottfie homes anio ain.f 'ITi.s deeds of brave ontlie mount- ery are sung in Btrains that would become tint heroes 01 nomer. 111s vicmut omr mo J utks ' at OsUo reads like" romtince. IIh ot- 1 pior rcf an tije pr.mxsotx.nariej kj waRUHna iiumryse let in; w:is Lot. a mere liery chieftain. He reorganized the army with patient industry and adapted, its .taJifs.M tfii "rictih cf the. times. Ole-iojufa -eiftiu iiuen' iu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1880

t.mjU-m.''.'Jl."il MM LUU ii 1) i : 1 f f VI MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, OCTR L'8, 1880. LOOD. Da. Hasrxa't Iww Ttvsnc In preparation, of Protoikle of Iron, rrnrvlaa Bar' and the Phos phate. mu.uuk! oltb tfce Twuw Aromatic, rn.iorseo 07 u ine.ii. j ' if r rrirZuim. loxtlnnnn Ossiss raven mrol Chill ud as fw ' A Ou -:.;!'ed Met. New York San. tr 'S E IE I KndUhtf tj THE DR. CARTER KDICIKE CO., Ko. 213 tall If Street, St. Louis. crat who desirfl ' jmrclifese a ser.t I dopot vjj"n. Fi ii just t te arii j o!e 'lie wun: 'l. :i:ni toe i.-rice ! . a. mm Kilisfact .rj, he v. ;w ?.Uut to cl -e the! iVvDEUvlli bargain, wi.iii ;!i? Kiiub!i-an m-aliT l j mffg tom: oav. iicitry, in u-iivuii nuv I'll !o. Y'U i. ; - 1 1 a ccrlifx-d chi rk in mr bank i'-r iSS'J, the ju ice of the "wajvui, ani yu ran take the vehicle. I will jtjtve li'at tlm check nhall not h. (!i-nirlxtl until after flection, and then ir'(arfi' U H eliosen President I !raw the m lac-, but if Hancock you draw it." A!l riHt. J .-!nia,it...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 28 October 1880

f ri The Milan exchange Supplement. MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, OCTR 28, 1880. The Coining Comet. Sew York Sun. The Rochester Astronomical Socie ty ttunounees that the comet discover ed dy Prof. Swift, on Sunday last, promise to become very brilliant. It is coming almost 6traight toward the earth, and so its position in the heav en change slowly. It is in tlx? con-st-ihtlioti Pegasus, which is overhead at about nine o'chck in the evening. It seems to le throwing ofl'a brilliant tail, which will become visible to the naked eye as it swings into the neigh- borhoodof the sun. It' this comet ful fills ita present promise, it will le a magnificent ol ject in the coming w in ter evening. Some of the astronomers it seems, susjxct that this may lie tlie great comet that blazed with extraor dinary splendor in the western sky just before the war 1812. If so, and xf it retains its former lri!tiancv, there is a great treat in store for.-. But there have been 60 many cmen dis covered this year whic...

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

SU 'HZ PIANO? MILAN EXCHANGE WIDE BROOKS. Edttejra aael Frwprietwrs). KrBCKirTIOX KATES. Two dollars a rear; one dollar for six months; rymnta fur three months, iivaeiablt m d- TaKCK. Entered at the post oSee at Milan, Teoa., M second class matter. BEST AND CHEAPEST. PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS GEUHEWALB, 14 to 22 Baronne St, New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOSTTO?ULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN iHE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED 6TEINWAY, KNABE, WEBER, FISCHER, PLEYEL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH A W ARISEN AND PELOUBET & CO. D IRSCT Tmrnrtation ef all kinds of Medical t.... ... ........ ...... FINE JEWELRY! QUICK SA LES AND SMALL PROFITS. -o T WewU respectfully eaTl tteatie of my patrons aad tVe public to ray large e stock of SCCH AS Cameo, Coral, Black Onyx tad Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo and Amethyst Kinrs, Chiins. Lockets, Society Badges, Solid Silver and beat plated ware, Clocks, Fancy Goods, A ad a great other article...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WADE BEOOKS, Editor mi Proprietor. MILAN, - ' - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS I3ST BRIEF. The business, portion of the village of j Allans',, Wi., has ln-cn b.irned. j It is r?ported that anarchy reigns in ! Cabul and that the Ameer has been mur- ! dered. The total registration of New York CHy this year in 'IVif'i, an Increase of near ly 30,000 since ls7. Peter Weight, colored, was hanged at Liberty, Va., on the 20th, for the murder of his employer, a farmer named JIaupin, in June, 187!). It is said that England and France will soon take decided action in case the Porte does not carry out its promise to sur render Dulcigno. On October 28 the arrivals of grain at Kew York were the lareest ever received at that port, amounting to 1, (.00,000 bushels, Including C77.000 bushels of wheat and 782, 900 bushels of torn. In the United States District Court at Denver, on the 20th, Jude Hallet refused to comply with the petition requesting that Agent l'.erry be turned over...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 November 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. W1DK EHK.iCS, Kdl.om.ni Pr;.ri.tor. MILAN, TEXNESSFfi a rrr.vx. Th" )-af l red-thf l.nf l sere nit :h a rott-n hmu 1: Gray winter irfnn his icv liler. And !) his pHll of ci';nl: For triMmy Ichvc and W'Mfnir davi He troln h.seuilea fun'ral lays. Tlio lenf is red inn leaf i we e 'ih1t ntuMlul t:':tin Of Iiti!iu ti?tltwA ci"i,'iinir near, Oil w. u-i(J cart' aii'i pjiin: They bid me with them to:i my lioads 1-or i)leaiant Uuweiu and bitter seeds. The l'af i red the l;uf Ik sore Ay. redder than ibe (ruld A royal splendor rniwn the year. In piiii) he waxeth old: He laiiirtit Hnd jovial rlehe yield From purple branch and yel.ow lieldg. The leaf I red t hp lnaf In sere Think you my pun ii not? With wine, and sonjr. and friendship here. And many a tdeMinr ret. I'll live to nobly upend the More Of hoarded joys I spared before. Pureed, in Academy. A KERNEL OF 10R5. My story is about a kernel of corn. But that one kernel of corn was the cause of a serious dispute, and gave rise ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 November 1880

! i P ! if ' i rs.Jk. '-T'kji Pvr.K "f - -- -" TTTt .rTT -.-r -n-rmr k TTn-i "T T"Tr' 1 T T7 Pi "t b cat en in Te-iir-.essce, niH vfe e!o-e ' MILMEaCHAInGE; Lu au- ;:i,a d(iu,liu i,fcl;vetu iiwtiM.i! -mMMY : ScarOeld veo, Xorthem Wright, with indication in fa vor of THUIiDA , J0 K 4, 10. : , 0c t.:M, lo ocean. ! HawUm,' election. ( li'Tnn-d use 4 y "aJJLJL a2J.M uuuioVJJjHu .5. I .jt!i-M?iun prohably re ehd e.l, wi ii TLe penitentiary has been robbed j Hawkins is rrolKibly i:i-c(cI 2rft and tenth uktrictscl'i-c mid doubt-1 of its lue, and Garfield and Arthur, convicted of bribery by their own par ty, have been elevated to the high of fices of President and Vice President of the United States. The sense of Garf.--.-id 21)0. Weaver 1. Congress. honor of the Datioaw fearfully blunt-jSi:iiM;to!i ."33, Shackelford li t. ed, and integrity has ceased to be a j Govern -r, Wright 2'j'J, Hawkins 2!, virtue when such men are placed in Wilson 42, Edwards 1. Senate, office. For four years longer...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 November 1880

J ! HILAR BXCHAKGE THURSDAY. M)VU 4. iW. KAILBOAIV Tine TABI.CM. 1l'i;.K.I.slfc fOrciion.n. Train leave iiiina fulloirs oo and after J sir 4. 14. rASF.x.EK tii. Jf . 1. n"rth. lenee? at ":4r' e.tn o. S. " !l:4":ii o. 2. toutb. " ' in J.o.4. ' " .2:i"Tin Tim about 6ftcen min 't'. slower thoit town tie.. J. 1. UAhN KK. Anfot, l,iuL. J. G. MANX.r-i:p't..'cki.on.'i'"in. b. E. C A 1. B. M . i. t Ali i . m . r. 1 . .. .-ev n. UEY.J. 1. A...NwJriein-. l-O-iKville A KnshTtlle A .t. N. K. K. Trains l ve Milan a follows cu and (liter j Jont 27. l-.t. rssr.yt2E thi'!. '. l.aoo'.b.. leaves at Sam No. S. " l-'r . pm J.o.5. " IW II 3nilml.it. ain . 2, north. " o. 4. " " - ' 1 '" . . (Apc'iiiuinj.iiit'n) i: K'lii A. W. E0 iNJ. Atnnt. 0. P. ATMQEE, U. F. CAM W KLL. Jen. 1'. AX. Lo'jnl iiikt-t At t- J 3"3"0 IXCEJI EX TS. V unrtieiistf. Tb" f illowin "re our prices for ar.nouitcir.fc candidate tor office CASH IH dvavi:. 1 orrunm-w, f 10 lT the Legislature, I' or Couuty Oiiices. 5 i' Fr ijfr. Da, VIE....

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 November 1880

C'iJ-Ti:!!? Viiiai:r.'. A a irp xin wit n.a a toainy-fork to til. .-A j;i iiit- lit.tt vviir-a men oficner t!:..:.v the oy rau-.;!i in stead of I'" !!. . i. a ' Hiia.l," with- a heavy ) ,-:.. ;., or six feet 111 ln:ijt.ii : ; " " iin's'-iviM : the iron barb, lii -. wiiii ih ia ! a'Ue'iied, nj ikes a w.--.-hi requiiing Ur the ca.t l',ia ua of I ann-,. and trong arms at licit. a uiivi w i ii n -.r to earn a ;i:ir poo.i :r. -r: liiun am.'.e in a hut Jay. in own weight, ns n:u: h as tht impelling the -ting l mnid of ruin rlv iol i'l'"I l i'I-t r :.)'.)i'r which c::it;tut a w!) h.; ::!i'iv: w.'.lcr. All J wlseri it iir-U buries ii-cf, (h 'rc is, f.r a f ;w seconds. som.t vie join sj)I:.- Linr aii-l ugly liir!i:ig of C ke or li'i. A whale's tail is an in strument 'ifoilcnseoi a'wjt one hundred horse power and well ada;!d to cut ting turough a boat as a table knife frj(.' through an egg Ahull. The t wo tins suirirest menib.-rs between paddles and rudimentary arms. Il is also a member very ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 November 1880

1HB GREAT GERMAN REMEDY FOR RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA, SCIATICA, . LUMBAGO, BACKACHE, GOUT, SORENESS (fl"" 'W'l?'"". iii.iitf' i,.t!t 3 iW!"i'iii!mB ,1' i' "ret 'iil.-li: Or TVS CHEST, SO RE THROAT, ji:!;i!:i:C22ninS) QUINSY, SWELLINGS A.. SPRAINS, FROSTED FEET AH EARS, AND BCAZiDS, GsceralBsiIilrPaiis, TOOTH, EAR AKB HEADACHE, ABB ALL OTHEH FAISS 1; i'l!; !''-i.!'N :!i!f ' Y "l!"1TT III feWI:; :t"t in, axa ACHES. iiii;:1:;,;:!;::!1!:!!:::;:!! K. Prvmmnnn on earth ftauai, P-T. JlOnM OfX as m BArK. ITK. sikclk and rHKir KxuiriiiU Remwlv. A tnal eatails but ill' conjp.rliTlv IrifliusiMitl.v of SHORT. udlT one .aftenog with pain cab bar, cheap and poaitite proof of a"". DlKKTIuNB II ELSTEI LAaGl'AGEa. SOLS IT All OHUuCISTS AID DEALEIS II eUMC'K. A. VOGELER & CO. lialtimorr, Sid., V. 8. A. fiRE YOU WEiRlilS OUT? If your Bo :ly or M!nd wearing oat tinder excosslve .altor. earv, prrief or old gf too th3 Stonwh. Liver, Kldifj'sor Ir'nary Organs rrfuac to perform their functions? Are your L...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 4 November 1880

I 'CO Milan exchange TtlUUSD.VY, XOV'll 4, 1880. The Way to Improve Mock. The cheajest, bit nnd only way fortni;.ll farmers of IIrui;cJ means to improve their stock to advantage is topu.eliaseapurebreJmale. Wlic-tli. r it le lv2S sheep or cattle, a thorough lre4 male would pay for himself in a very short tjfue. A gucnl Jersey or short horn bull, herd registered, and well a lajitexl to the wants of the ordi nary tanner good for all practical purposes, can be purchased at from 100 to 8130. His services in a neigh l)orh',xl where pure bred males are scarce, would in all probability Jl;e eagerly nought afler bv the surround ing farmer?, who would be willing to pay a reasonable sum for Lis use say ironi ?3 to ?5 for each cow. If the bull is ii go'd condition, and has the nge uon him, he could le expected to serve from from 40 to CO or more cows hi one beuson. It no longer piys except under very unusual cireuia ttiinc, to rai.- common stock of eith er hos, sheep or cattle. A g'xnl milch o...

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. — 11 November 1880

i. MILAN-EXCHMCtE Edltatra ! I'rojrl-ls-. NlBM EirriUM KATKX. Two dollar a rear; one dollar for six montLi; fiy rcnu fur three month, kvakuslt i id tskce. Entered at the post efSee at Milan, Tenn., M riv a d class matter. BEST AND CHEAPEST. PIANOS and ORGANS - OFFEIiED BY LOUIS GIIUNEWALD, 14 to 22 Baro ne St., New Orleans. i a THE LARGEST AND MOST roi'ULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN HIE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED OSTEIN WAY, KNABE, WERER, FISCHER, PLEYEL (PA I. IS) FIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED OliGANS OF CLOUGIl & WAKitEN AND PELOURET & CO. D UiECT Importation of all kinds of Masicul iiau and Amateur! at very lowest pri-rs- ' urrcMnnenoc soiionea. A'l'inv-s, LOUIS UKUXEWAL1. tirnncwsld Hail. K. O. FINE JEWELRY! aUICK SAi.ES AN3 ( "T Would rf aectf a!y Tl eAteauioa of my t - KUCU A9 Cral, BUck Onyx .ml Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign . Winches, Catweo and Amethyst Kings, Chtins, Lockets, Society '- Badges, Solid Silver and best plated war, Clocks, Fancy Goods, And...

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