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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 25 November 1880

Tb Fnry of the Lake title. Do jon know what it is to be at sea with a gale blowing erghfty tniles an kourf Vou may -read of the wreck which to-day strew the shores of every Jake; jou may read of the rigid bodies cast up on the sands; you may eat your yes over bulk and ipar and battered paak, but yet you can not realize the fury of that awful gnlo of Saturday. Vessels m La lei- Michigan were bowling aloe g before a topsail breeze, when, al most in a moment the pale came howl ing down from another quarter. bring ing a terrible sei with. it. Sails were split into ribbons before a rfipe could be loosened, auL tnastN went overboard like broken sticks. No mau living ever -saw such waves on oar lakes before. In an hour after the pale set in they were running twenty-five feet high. In three . hours they could go no higher. . Oil Frankfort they wero fully forty feet Jvgli. and they ran with the 'speed of a rat horse. This galo caught them as ' they reared nj, and tons ot foamy water were bro...

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. — 25 November 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All commun:catinnft lor this paper Should be ccoinpHnivd ly the mi mo of t ,e author, not oecp'xHr ily for publication, hut as evidence of go! lau lion tun putt o( the wriur. Writ oulvonone Mde of the paper. Be nartlculai-t nn-liii in jrfv in it nam-s and dau-s, to have au It-tK-ni or figures plain and duilint American Wealth. It is a stock remark that Americ ins love the dollar. The saying, like most 6totk sa; ings, misses the point; the real poin; is, not that Americans love money more than other people, but that they love comparatively few things besides money. Ve have fewer ob jects of serious pursuit than other West ern nations have; we do not, as a peo ple, pursue the tine arts, or literature, r scholarship, or society, with the zeal or the fruitiulness that we find in Eu ropean communities, and so we are re garded as being somewhat deficient in our duties as a civilized nation. We love those things less than the Old World communities love them. We do not lo...

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. — 25 November 1880

J- . ' i i i 5 : i. ;1 I J : t MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, Is'OY'il 2.3, 1880. Wife's lurr. A rood wife is to a man wiont itr'iigth and courag; a had mie 8 confu-ion, weakness aa 1 le.p:ir, an English magazine. No oiiditi- n H hopeiess to a man vrhie the ui e possess? tirrunet;, decision and econo my. There m no outward propriety which can counteract iti.h.leixv, ex travagances and folly at home. No spirit can long cnd.ire Ial influence. '. Man id strong, l)Ut hi:- heart is not ad-: emant. He needs a tmiKjuil min i, j nnd especially if he i. aa hitel'Icii, . man, with a whole head, he need :ts : moral force in the conflict of life. "."i o , recover his eomjiosurt;, homo must ho j a place of peace and comfort. 1 litre i his soul renews its strength am) 1 forth with renewed vigor to eiiCoyn.t-r J the labor and trouhhajof life, iii.t if j at home he finds no rtst, au 1 the:V is ; met with Lad temper, jealousy ami j gloom, orassailed with complaint.' and i censure, hope vanishes, and he si...

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. — 2 December 1880

JJW9 " TTT. A TT TITTnTT ?T-i-n : IrllliaiM liAUiliUNljJti! haiii: a m:i,ils. To dollars year; o-dallarli r-ix inor'h': fty rent) fjr thre raonthi. ;! viKi ai.r is i j- Entered at the post oSce at Milun. Tenn., at econd clM matter. EEST AND CEEAPEST. PIANOS and OEGANS , OFFEBED BY louis emmiMM, T- VTT - T -"iT-" "" T' "-"" "' T' T' 14 to 22 2r.ro nc St., ITev Orleans. THE LAKGEST AND MOST BOl'l'LAB MUSIC HOUSE IX J HE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOK HIE CELEBRATED stein way, knabe, web;:;:, i-c;iei;, I level (lAi:i) 1TANO-, AND TEE l -XSUia'ASSEI) OKGANS OF CLOCGH A" WAllkEN AND PELOCI1ET & CO. DIRECT Importation nfsll ki.-il-oftNiM.il "I .-r-'nir in-e. w'le-h I of-r to Cmnlry buyers. Hand nni Amateur nt very lowest priev. Corn-p-i. '-nee boo- il-4. Ad Iresi. LUl.'l' ti Ki . F V. .i.K. Urenewald Hill. 0. FINS JEWELRY! o aUICK SA lES APB SB! ALL PROFITS. T Would rct'oetfull J-r ill nttti.tin ot n.y pi'nuw ::r. 1 the pu' to my l:irptfi new stock of srcii as Cameo, C-ir.l, Black Onyx and...

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. — 2 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WIDE A B ROOtS, Edttori aad Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPICS. THE NEWS IN BRIEF. Another civil war is raging in Samoa. A general strike of operatives at Fall Kiver, Mass., U expected soon. Mb. Sessinghais, Republican candi date for Congress at the late election In the Third Missouri District, will contest the lection of Mr. Frost. Jcdgk Wallace, of the U. S. Cir cuit Court, has recently decided at Albany that the Xew York Stale law of 18iC, taxing Iank (hares, is invalid. A delegation of the Independent Republican Association of New York, head ed by Horace White, recently visited Gen ral Garfield and presented him an address, congratulating him upon his election, which they deem most propitious for the cause of civil service reform. The completion of the Northern Pa cific Railroad within three years Is said to be now assured, the Company having secured in Europe funds to carry forward the work cf construction without further delay. Work will soon be c...

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. — 2 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE A BBOOES, Edilors sad Proprietors. MILAN, - . TENNESSEE. LOVE. Af'.wp ( t wnVlnsr. visions of your face. With all its quiet irrace And in iwiectiun. Hll the ealm surprise Aoi pa-f-jonii-.K (Treat homity of your eyes, For ever mark my cp.rit loni-linoM In ail my dreams of you in ev'ry place Ah, f t, you did not nd you cannot guess Hnw raueh your love couiil bless My whole r life that Is so sad and strange wow one mere word its bitterness could ebanirr': Vet oerefor should I moan for my deonair fciix-e, if 1 could, I would not love you less? "Tbe very thought of you makes sweet the air With perfumes rich and rare; The Iwre ficMs blossom inU frarden how'rs. The sun fhinea forth as In departed hours, Au1 ail the summer land is red and white With that delicious flower whose name you bear; O dear lmatrinlnirs of day and night. Ye vauiKh soon from siirht. Vet. with your fleeting; fancies, serve to show How sweeter than all other thinirs telow. How iroodly. (rreat aud i...

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. — 2 December 1880

COLVTYITKMS. , ' Q. D. MAYLE, I Jluch cotti'ii nn.l f.r,i w-y-t iu'the! . ..nv" TTT , 1 I -t I I af& m if III AMirft H. G. HOLLEKEERG'S CITY DRUG STORE ! i Great Southern Elnsic House; lL C()!:y' nt, fi'!ls, a:i'i to- . t n i . n i 1 l.:i! we:it..-f i.Um,-ViUC OdW WUIiLS THURSDAY, DKCit 2, l''i. AT.SO TiBAU.K I ill- Ufin n.)'"'- 111 TI T rt MILAN EXCHANGE ": t i - - -AH Memt.hls layou the other day. j Body pnatchers have been roMiing praves in Williamson countj, aud there is "reat excitement. George T. Baker & Co's fteam cot tr'n gin btirnr-d at Dyersburg lat Sat urday. IOfs 815,000; no insurance. A double inuider was attempted in Metnt.bi- last Monday morning of a I nero woman aud her daughter. A negro man named Trice has been ar rested and the other negroes talk, of lynching him. A Memphis correspondent of the Chicago Tribune gives the loss of cot ton bv the present weather at 25 per ceaL, one third yet in the fields, and nr.tch of that will be lost He says : "Bv the highe...

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

KUAN EXCHANGE Tii;iaUAY. n,;ri; 2, ;). BAILBA1 1IK TABI.LM. "bfrnce,fta.I.aale JwOrlo K.K. Trw.nf leaee XiUa as follows oo and after Joly 4.1w4. rAStUCt TIIIHS. "he. 1. Berth., lees et am o " ' Ii Ji'aui No. 2. toeth. " "iJam .o. 4. " !' Time about fifteen minat.- s4wvr tfci h ti,n tie. . J. X. liAU.NLR, Agent. Mtian. ( j . J. MANX. n't. .lark on. Term. I K E. t tKY. '.. C. x T- A...wurleac!. U. II. Moli.bY.ti. 1. A.. - Orleans. - a-oalaville Kaahvilleat .!. . U. K. Train., le Mi!. f-iiowi c ai .iter s' ls- Pi,E,Cu c.ai.. . l.uUi.ievat -'?-"' o. i. " (tj Uuratxid'.. .. ; i o. 2 B-tb. '"i am lie. a. " (AcniDikwl.'ilC'.VHii Sleeper on No?. 5 and 5. run hetwoea Uuiu ioidt rn.it Lovinvillo. A. W. LOVINO. Anent. C. P. ATIORK. 0. F. (MN f" f.LU tint. P. T. CJ.i L-l lickt-t A-'t- j yyo uycEM i:yrs. 1 UMlitHr. Thofn'.lnwiD? lire our jiricep for sr.nouncine (Vknoi latw lr cce csu IK uvoi;. Far 1Kb Lpirislature. '" tut 6inty O.Tn of . 5 00 For Mnyr. wv ivte Wo r uthricd toannounT J. X-J I. li...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 2 December 1880

L csiperatiire c" the Beuroom. Many persons have an idea that a sleeping-room must be told in order to be healthy, and the colder the better. This is an entirely erroneous notion. Cold air is not necessarily pure air. It may be cold enough to chill the very marrow of one's bones and yet full ot noxious gases. To hlccp in such a room is exceedingly unwholesome, for the cold, dead air may be saturated with accumulated poisons, which will be drawn into the lungs and incorporated in the system. It would be far safer to sleep directly in the open air, or even in a draft, if well wrapped op, than in etu'h au atmosphere- But if the cold air is not confined and vitiated, it is still not a good plan to sleep in a cold room. la deep slumber the vital forces are less able than in waking hours to resist unfavorable sur roiiU'.iii:g conditions, and the uncon scious sleeper nay Ikj exposed, in his helniessuess. to a trial of his powers of eu'lcr.-'.uee which would severely tax Lis strength when a...

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. — 2 December 1880

TO CORHESPOIfDEJTTS. All communications lor tills paper liooldba nmmipiin.e.l by the name of tue author, not necai ily for publication, but a evidence o( mi li on the part of the writer. Write oui onone cine 01 tue paper, lie particularly careful in riving natni-a and datta, to bare aJl If-ttera or Muni-Fa p.ain and distinct. Haw a Reporter Worked Cp an Oil Boom. During the Pleasantville oil excite ment, in 1X08, two years after the lirst I'ilhole craze, when the petroleum fever was yet racing with a vigor fed by the fortunes won in a day in this latter lo cality, an event occurred in the life of a newspaper reporter that has never yet seen the light, and is certainly wor thy of publication. It will be remembered by those who were then residents in this city and also by others outside, for the event was of an importance to command a nation al reputation that among the first wells put down in the Shamburg field, was one sunk by a gentleman named James, under direction of the spirits....

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. — 2 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE:pPP v"i Bw.-.ai -- T , ... -'..J., nr Tron. Parnvlim HnrV ani tlw PrKtS- f aoiliday mm ! .doiiaay uoods fit v W AS t-ft Another Ufe Insurance Ix d e to Beware of. S KT a. GLAUS AT i a. i,l Vft llm. 11 M.TT. mipune truer 'ioKic to Memory Tbete . a co.iceni n'..w .- Krfad tt THE CH. KARTE. KEIGIXE CO., Kg. 213 M Kaia Strest, St. Lsais. eiderable business in this sure, kno.tti : wm. IT"" ULSL ZJLZ.'" iL-ST? l:,'""L ?Ji:m.;i.rT'".T. rn,.Tin' from and Ibrouie CkUI wd 1 s-y r-r- T f FS - f r-V If AS II S t I El: '' (: l ; i i c il meut of the Ufrtlord Liic and Ann ity Insurance CoTiiany. Th P.1 fftJHPnf ral agent, one Cii:-.n:.-l::in, j i-i,:" ' . I Arff know no limit to nhwt represent.v.iot.s U E Wi sUI may properly lie inu.ie wi honi regard , to truth for the j.:ik -f i.Mtii iiw t .- -1 8R v;jiff&i mMiffte nil u ia tii iii lLi cii- t J i. commis.-ions. He t htiitis to lieti-.eh. Veutorofthepiun. one hn ii has m. , r:i pvj A A J rJ recoronK'mkti.Mi .-x.pt that a- tiej....

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. — 9 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE WAUt k ttiiUOUK, EaMtora ! Frpritrn. ' irts Kirn. bates. fw dollar, a year; one dollar for liz ttonttii: fly eontj for three montkt. UTAtiAtLr i n t iCI. Entered at the post office at Milan, Tenn., a eaeend clam matter. BEST AND CHEAPEST. PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY LOUIS GEUNEWA 14 to 22 Earo ne St., New Orleans. TOE LARGEST AND MOST POPULAR MUSIC HOUSE IN 1 HE SOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR TilE CELEBRATED BTEINWAY, KNABE, WEBER. FISCHER, PLEiLL (PARIS) PIANOS, AND THE UNSURPASSED ORGANS OF CLOUGH & WARiiEN AND PE LOU BET & CO. D IRET ImpertaUott of nil kinds of STuiral linn., ana Am.ieor. at very ,wk Lui'lVViUl SKW A Ofinewald H .11. X. 0. FINE JEWELS" . o QUICK SALES AND Weald wMrtaHy e!t attention ot my ro- Sl'CII CtuaM, Coral, Black Onyx and Gold Sets. Diamond.-, American and Foreign Watches, Cameo aVl Amethyst Rings Chtius, Lockets, Society Bulges, Solid Bilrer anr Ircst plated ware, Clicks, Fancy Goods, Ana a rreatmanv other article r-nesiitly fund in a rr...

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. — 9 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE. WADE A BBOOfcS, Edison aa4 Proprietor. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. CURRENT TOPIGST THE NEWS IN BRIEF. There is an increased eruption of yemvlus. The town of Highland, Iowa County, Wmu, has been nearly dectroyed by fire. A secret conference of Greenback rr mi held at Pes Moines, Iowa, on the 1st, Gen. Weaver prcsiJine. The Ohio Presidential Electors, after casting the vote of the State for Gen. Gar field, visited him in a body at Mentor. Secretary Sc hcrz's report says that nearly half a million acrei of land is being cultivated by Indians, and he urges the is suance of individual patents fur farms. II. M. S. Valorous has been ordered to the South of Ireland. She carries large quantities of small-ami ammunition, be sides several steam pinnaces, armed with jwven-pounders, for river transit. The Grand Jury have presented in dictments ajrainst Kenward Philp and the publiHhers of the New York Truth for utter ing s criminal libel upon Gen. Garfield. Samuet S. Morey is a also ind...

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. — 9 December 1880

MILAN EXCHANGE W1IIK BEOOKS, Edlion aad PrcprMar. in LAN, TENNESSEE. THE President Hayes's Annual Message to Congress. To the Senate and Bout of Itrprttentatirt: I congratulate yon on the continued and 1nTeain)t prosperity of our country. By ther favor of Divine lrovidnc we have been lileed, during the put yeiir, with health. itn auunuaiiL narvcneia, wild proumoie ein ploytnent (or all our people, and with con tentment at home, and with peace and friend chip with other Nation. The oeeurren of the t wen tv-fourth elec tion of Chief Magistrate has afforded another opportunity to the people of the I nited ruiiea u exhinic to the world a tnimincant ex ample of the peaceful and ante tiiifiBiniHslon V the tiower and authority of government from the public crvant4 whow terum of oflic-e are about to expire, to their newly-cno uecexir. Thin example CHn not fieil to im- pre profoundly, thoughtful people of other umi ie m ii ii mer niivitiiiiti'! nnii u iii-iuu-lican institution a (lord. Tho i...

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. — 9 December 1880

mean exchange ; Preach Millinery, NOVELTIES, dr. THURSDAY, DECK S, Tke itate press generally, higk tod low tax," are down on the recent nc&lled-for circular of the bondhold ers, in which they withdraw their six ty oenta proposition. With a majori ty of the papers of the etate, the Ex CMi.(iZ believe that we honestly owe the debt, and, as honest men, we de rire to make an honorable settlement; but we believe there are equities in tb case which the bondholders should conrider. Jt is a fact beyond question that the people never received dullar for dollar for the bonds that many of them were hypothecated for ls than fifty cent on the dollar. Be sides, they have ence been funded, principal and interest, and il a settle meat was bow made at fifty ceiHs on the dollar, the bondholder would lose little, if anything, on bis invest ment. But the question should be settled by the incoming Legislature in tome way, so that in future it can be dropped from our State politics. We are inclined t...

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. — 9 December 1880

i ii taajat,aaa9Wii gfS.'VW3a!VJ!'Xm Wti1. U j Xftt l 1 i I t i H1LAN L'l'JHAKGE TliUKJsDAT. DrX'K W BAILBWA TIMB TAIMU. Trniai leeee Jiilaa aa fellewi aad after daiy 4. lefci. nuixen et.tat. T. 1, aorta, leerei at..,. .......... ... M) em He. S. " - ll:4eia Tte.t.cealb, . V:luaai lie. 4. " " fra-ipa. Time aboat ifteen mian'm .lower tbn toaa time. J. T. l,AKktt. A.nt. iiila. i. . MANH.r'np't. Jaekson.Tenn. f. I. CART, . P. k T- A.. SeUrlfM. X). B. M(JUti.fi. T. A..NcUrlana. Lwale-ille A Kanhoille at 4.C. BY. K. K. Trainileeea kiilaa M fellow aad after $ ea r. last. riiwncit Tiiit. Be. l.Mata.UMrtttt. li.a '. t, " ' 1:1" pia haw S. " te liaatboldt)... :am Si. I. nrt. 12: I No. 4. " " ...... 2fara V. a, " m (AeeawmodM'n) 5:25 pn Sleeper aa Xm. Sand 6, rua between Buia beldtaad L,eUiUe. . A-W. LOVIKC. Acent. . r. ATMORS, . F. CANTWELL, Cieo.P.AT. Ueni ticket Ac t- J.XXO UXCEMEXTS. Te a.oMo,tew. Ttja tellewiac lira oar price for nneaacirr oaaoidiUaw lor oflioa C.aa Jl ueCa. ForOu.rte.. ...

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. — 9 December 1880

The Apprentice Sr.hoolg of France Trof. Sylvanns I. Thompson bag done a pood work by allowing the English and American readers of the Conlempo rarij Iiwiw what and Low much is ac complished in the apjprentice schools of France. By way ot illustration.' four typ'n-al establishments are selected, all of which are situated in I'aris, and exemplify va rious cimibinHtiona of a workshop with a sclioj. There seems to be no reason why thee institutions, or some modifi cation of thm, more exactly adjusted to the ;local conditions of labor, should uot bo. reproduced in J.aarland or the United States. The oldest of the schools described, the Institution of St. Nicho las, found-id in 1827. is under the man agement of a religious puild exclusively devoted to'duati.in. There are here J0 lxn :tll children of artisans, who pay six dollars a-mionth for their hoard aal loJiaj. Small as the individual contribution is, the aT?reate income and expenditure cf th establishment amounted last year to $23 J....

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. — 9 December 1880

TO CORRESPONDENTS. All ooimaumcaitoni lor thin paper iilioiildb rxuipnied ujr the mm ol t . author, no ne"tn Hilly lor publiCHti.m, but aaevHence of fcd luitb on the part of ttse writer. Write only&noue iileol the patwr. Re partlcularlT careful in l-Iv -lng ntmii and dates, u have ujl letter or Ctfurea piain auid diatiuct. LIFE ASD DEATH. Life ani di-ith ab'. b--r-n -H v ueiiee vce nunc, ami wtii.b-r we go? l::Ii.t ew.nli ,miuiMicir, out i'l ins wuilJ wi:s n!ianini low. NVho on Tell rut hi fa'e will le? Kvit lt wiMniiitf t. irt of chance Tiwl;ly in th(? LuJi ot p.-iile and hope, hut fxmiiin- must cumo at tuo years ui vunoc A man mny rise nl the dawn of day. Aii-1 wearily w.rk till tlie sun g e dowa What den t ii mutter, t. nil tho Matnu, If it 1x5 f.ir woalih or a )utt reno-irn. Tiro, or fhiod or mo-eileMi men In a iitiroi mat leave bim naked and crlL And lame is a o-oua tnmuira pipe of tttraw, Or a burden tu b.-ar, when one grow old. Life is a ridiile hard tr read Ktndinir no a...

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. — 9 December 1880

s I ! ii a" i a A. I J ,f V. . "V. 0T d MILAN EXCHANGE THURSDAY, DECK y. TIIIX SCCDIlWi OF WIIrUT. i Mr. Wm. J. Thomas, SanJv bpnng, Ml., giveg toe folldwn i '.J jV the Atiiferi:a:i Farrmr as the result of twetity-Svj years' experience in j eeouni; w nt:ai, : . i r. More than twenty years ago, tvhert i drills first came id to nete, one ol , the greatest aruni,:..; in their favor ! was that yvg could save Half a bushel j per acre (it was customary to scr.v two bushels per acre by h?.u 1) by .using the drill. I could see no pool rea Bon why a less quantity would not do town broadcast; consequently I sowed a field by way of experiment, using one bushel and four quarts per acre, at the 6ame time doubling the quanti ty sowed on one land. The yield was twenty-six bushels per acre -on the field ; I did not keep the one land separate, but the ditlereuce wms vt-ry perctptable. . . That sowed at the rate of tvo bushels per acre was much thick, r j than the part sowed with one an.i t one-eight...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 16 December 1880

i E.HLAR' EXCHANGE fr s tribe Jt iuioouii, Etir mm Proprietor. KmM IFT10 KATt.H. Two dollar a rear; one dollar Tor six m.ntbr; fly Mill fcr three month, lyrstuiLY la ad takck. Enured at the matt oSc-e at Milan, Teas., M ee.ad elani natter. AlfD - ORGANS.- JESSE FaEHCH7:V VOLUME VII. MILAi TENNESSEE, DECEMBER 1G, 1880. NUMBER 42. MILAN mm- H a f A' t 1 'I BEST-AND PIANOS and ORGANS OFFERED BY 14 to 22 Earonae St., New Orleans. THE LARGEST AND MOST POVLAIl MUSIC HOUSE IN lIIE BOUTH. GENERAL AGENCY FOR THE CELEBRATED 6TEINWAY, KNARE, WE-yER, FISCHER, TLEYEL (PABIS) PIANOS, AND LiiE UNSURPASSED ORGAN OF CJ)UMl & WAEliEN .. AND PELOUBET & CO. rvTRECT Importation of all kind of vluical XJ Hand and Amateurs atrery loweat prig's- '. r : -nienco onli-ited. AridnwK, Lull. ; l.l EW AL1. Urnnewald iiuil, . 0. FINE.. JEWELRY! QUICK LES akd J" Weald resneetfany coll atteatiea ol my sucn as Cameo, Cora!, Black Onyx and Gold Sets, Diamonds, American and Foreign Watches, Caro and Amethyst Ki...

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