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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 18 June 1881

The Milan Exchange TURNER & HALL, Proprietors. MILAN, TENNESSEE. BOILS"! Tax supreme court of Arkansas bold that the sale of "Fitzpatrick's Bitters' without license, ii a violation of the revenue law and subjects tlie violater to indictment and fine of $200 per day for such offense. The New York Tribune is remind ed by Piatt's going altout in a lone- some way looking for Conkling, of the blubltering boy at the Contral,who, being asked what he ivm boohooing about, answered angrily: "I can't find uiy mother I told the darned thing she'd lose me." The New York Tribune nays : "One of the largest manufacturers of iron and Bessemer steel in Pennsylvania is about to transfer his works to Ala bama. Ho finds there the ore, the fuel and cheap labor all at hand, and as serts that he expect to make the man ufacture pay higher profits than in the North, even after taking into account the cost of removal and the larger rate of transportation South." Tub cotton-seed oil manufacture is now the ...

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. — 18 June 1881

I ! FAKX A5D HOUSEHOLD. On Canning Fruit. bo much lia been aid about imnsin air-tignt cam or jar, t'sat the editor of the American Aq ; rirnlUrixt U aurpriil that the cii 'ijT'" mic for descriptions of fT7rHXn. In our own family the i niii ajr of fruit is a matter of course. ,,il we advie all who have never tried t. to do o at oix-c ; tiicy will be sure I) kt'l) III) the lirni'tim'.'luriranL . . 1 " .... I . . Tj V . 11 . .11 ' . The jfi-incij.lo kliould be understood ; in order to work iutclliKentlr. The fnlt i preserved br placing 'it iu a , vesHt! from which the external air is . entirely excluded. This is cfiiicted br Mirroundinjr the fruit by liquid, and by the use of heat to ranfy and exjK-J , the air that may be entan'irled in the fruit or jodjred in its jreu. The pivs- rjjR-Jiii-uo: not depend uikjii sufrar, jioiiirh enouv'a 0f this is unetl in the liquid whicii covers the fruit to make it palatable. The heat answers an other purjiosc ; it destroys the-fenncnt uliich fruits ...

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. — 18 June 1881

A "iLAii EXCHANGE r W. E. TURNER. J. G. HALL' K-litor nnd Pu'i-hers. .ATUKMY. JUNE 28, 1SS1. A ou.i.Sl.i- !!;: c?:.-uh rc-jtort t here wi re ll."'.)2 acri'K of l.nd in Tour. ? that vcro d-.-t 1 to the .iM'.iti:itini of tl)ii ;-( i in 1CM. which yHded 2lOr.-f.y i-.tui'Ls lH.;:r ' i :,,'-o of 7'i,',1 jVvil O'is 'VtT i lit' (T"i of 1-7' '. ' MMull N'l iV; . 11 ui.-boMt TciincM-c Ar.iruM Ht-M kiwisc; ' W: -tv.n r-tl ihe till" ( ir.iorri'ti.in wends ii--,v.iv,' is iilhjti;. i ! ri-vc"-.". ;unl 'lie o:o'):.b:li:S ;iro. th:if f v the next, yvar, .-otii will r-rc' a roporlion of the i i1t- ! i i 1 1 tide of niiiiiii.int. Tli.- Muth;.rn '-t :t tv :' a ;ro:it many counties ami i)V. r.s in this ?- J - 1 arc paying par f';;i!.ir attention to this movc-i!'-iit, ami it l"?s S"-v!ii that in a town like ours v. hero fo loiieh n rjry an i public- t iit'T i se Ixeii liplayel in all oilier move v.K:iil ti'inlin r improve a nl al vai.'v nr inf'-nM, tins fhouhlat least receive a i'lis- :-)i;ne of our !(...

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. — 25 June 1881

r EAILLOAD TIME TAELE. Ci.i(go, St. Louis & New OrltasE, E. E. Trail is lex re Milau &sfol!tW!ouuud niter Nov. 7, I). rjr!fCER TP4IXS. N. 1, north, leave at.. . 5:45 a.m. N'.-. " " 1lVj3u.hi. No. 2, South M a.ui. No. 4, " " .. 4.-00 p.m. Time about 15 minute slower than City lime. J. T. Garxch, Aifit, Milan, TViin. JU.M A X !f, Mup't, Ja Tenn. Louis7iIle & Nashville, E. S- Trains leave Milau os follows on and after Jr.w 9, lssi. -o. omi leaves at lZ:Zt p.ra .o. 4, 2:.wft.m. 2vo. C, aci-omniodatiiii ....... 4:liop.u No. 1, Houth leaves at 12:4 ia.ni o. 3, " " l:lUp.m, is, o, aeeusuiiKxiatJon 9;;o a.m A. W. Lovixo, Ap-nt, Mi lull, Teliu. C. 1 Atmohe, G. T. & T. A. LouiviIle, Ky. O. K. Cautwell, Local Ticket Agent. CITY OFFICERS. R. II. Hale, Mayor. J no. D. Luk, City Marshal. It. F. llaun.Gco. W. Martiu,JW.II. Coley, Geo. Hayncs, E. N. Stone and W. J. Houw, Aldermen. CHUItCHES. Baptist Churehtreet, J. I Lloyd TaJitor. Preaching every Sunday tnoming and evening. Prayer ...

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. — 25 June 1881

The Lilian Exchange TURNER &. HALL, Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. OTES AXD CO MM EMS. A Chicago artist .who, it is said, can earn $10,0WI year, has bt an habitual drunkard fur live or six year. His w ifehas sued a eulouu keeier for $iVK0 tlumagvs CO ground that it Is due to Lis influence that her husband squanders Lie woHey and neglects his work. Tni Chicago Inter Ocean tells the story that two young men promised to p've ladies' sew ing circle in Frankfort, Ky., 110 if iU members would keep alolute silence at iu meeting for the sjaee of one hour. After they bad expressed their opin ion vigorously of the young men, they timed themselves, net to work sad won the money. l- Seceetaby Wisdom lately gave the fet. raul J'ltmeer iTets some views on finance. He thinks tliat $U,,0U0 can I tared annually by refunding our delt in 'Windom.' as the new ZH per cent loan Is now called. He predict an annual sur- plus of $5.1,000.000 in the revenues, and feels sure that w ithin ten years all...

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. — 25 June 1881

F1EM AD IIOI SLHOLI). Tin- rimh KruRli. Tlion;h, "ti Miilino-iH ic nrxt to ?m-line-s," it mar be in'uli i-mx to vash tli boly in c'M water at ail times, imperially for tin- very youiij; and Iho very weak. A cold ':itii is nver juJiriti-alwayj injudicious when not followed by a solvation of comfort and pleasure On the contra ry, no weather is too cold for the judi ciou use of tlio il-h li-n It, one not liart.li enourli to irritate the surface. In the morning its use increases the warmth, sending the ld mhI to the ex treinilies, while at uiht, on retiring, a hoothing fllin t i- produced, quieting tlie nerves, and favoring a jrood nifrht'h sleei a matter of va.-t iin;ortanee, ci-iH'eially to the ncrvoous and deli cate. " Flnlfjr ri Cruxt. A nice, flaky mist is made by u-in-z one imiiukI of flour, ball a pound of butter, two es, and a ten-poonfull of baking owd-r, in the following man ner: Mix the baking powder through the flour thoroughly, add the wliiped white of the eggs, and mix int...

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. — 25 June 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE W. E. Turner, J. G. Hall- IMitors r.iJ I'lil.liwlMrr. .SATUIIDAY, JUNE 18 1SS1. ASOTHEE DISCOVERT. P.v intelligence received fio:n the Warren UWscrvatuiy, jk i:v Xew York, it apwnra lliat , . -1 Vtill anotlier comet liaHju.-t lwn ditwmvoroJ ly Pr. Gould, Director of the Cordova Ohservatary, Ar- :' 'iitino H( pul.lio, Suth America This comet sociiiH toln'thc gnat comet of 1807, and is locutwl in the Constellation of the Dove. Right AnceniionG hours anl Dcchna tion South 30 degrees. It is not visible from thin latitude and not known vet that it will be,although It is likely to be a the comet of 1807 wax distinctly eeen. No aj prehension need 1; had over the unusual upjicaranee of comets dur- iw the present year as they do not jKsse- the ixwer to work injury Upon the earth or any other plan et. ' In the spring of 1873 u gentle man who was financially ruined, bought a cottage and four acres of Jand four miles from Memphis .There was nothing growing on the land and the cot...

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 July 1881

'0 V 1 7 .7 mm i iwmitm '.in - E'H.V.AD TIKE Ci-kkzo, Lonin & i-tw Cncati, XL . -'iViiii i -avi Milan w fn!',w-ya au J Nv. T. !?. j Jti A 1 -f- Itt a xi 1 HE fiflHHBtB I. :itli, Icnvivut o:Mu.ni. ; n. :. il'Mm -'. 'Z. Kmh .. t:'i."i a.m. N. " " 4:t0 p.m. J. T. J.r..i K, Ap-iil, i Milan. Tti'ii. . J.vk;i, Tm;u. LouisviTifl & Ra'.hillc, . S Tru'un irv. v' y M il:ui r.s fvJIows uu klul after M.$ ", 1Sk. N. tl, 1 1 -1 . 1 : i !.Mm;, N; " ." " " . N. (, V':llilnlHl. .u, I. h. uilli Itvivotat. .V... S, ' M N. . n'v.iiuiii.clrtti'Hi.. p.m. 'J: V. a.m. 4:L'" I'.lil. . .. a.in. .... 1:K' .... .. . . 'J.'A) :i.r. A. W. Lovino, Agr:it, Mi!:ui, 'lVim V. V. Atmoce, G. r. & T. A. Juiivi!le, Ky. O. F. CMIltW. Ii, Ticket Agrii!. CITY OFFICIO'S. 8. 11. Ilflhs Mayor. , Jim. I). I4k, C;iy Marshal. . F. 11 t'lu.fJt-o. V. Muilin,'.V. H. Cloy, Hayues, E. Ii. Ktwue unJ W.J. lloutk-, Aldcmit'ti. rUlitCUKS. n.o)is!.(':iiin-! (-tr.ft, J. L. I Joy J T-.l..r. l'rjJiiiir ovt-ry Sunday I . ijWTM n7"i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 9 July 1881

i The Fsiilan Exchange TURNER & HALL, Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. N0TI1S AM) OH M EMS. The Philadelphia Times says that the Invctitif'atinn t t It- frauds in tlieTrean ury Ik'partiiient was callisl to a Imlt all on account of KI:za ami her Koalskin sack, who keep an up town "entiiMishnieut"' In Washington. Tuerk is a movement on f.tot to pet up an agitation in faor of the separation of the City of New York, Ltn jr Island, Statin Island and Westchester County from the State of New York, and forming tliem into an independent commonwealth, to lie know n as the itate of 3IanhnMnn. A COKKKSl'OXUENT Of tllC Boston Herald, who has lived fur years in the Routh, writes that paper an article ou Southern girls. He declares that they are impulsive, enthusiastic and demonstrative, handsomer than tlie Webtern or Northern girls, with smaller hands, feet and waists, better 6hapes, etc. rEXXSYLVAMA. projioses to enforce moderation in drinking, but not to try pro hibition just yet awhile. ...

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 July 1881

FARM AM) HOUSEHOLD. I Fkcit. Finely flavored appl k, pratinl fine ami Kwectened very twoi'l, are ddK-iou when frozen. iVars art fine, cither prated tine or stewed and run through a sieve, then made very swiff, and froven. The flavor in l-t-tcrnliL'ii the fruit is gratM than when it i stewed. IVki.kd eachf.s. Take a pallon of rl vinepar and add to it four Kiutidi4if Miar; Ixiil for a f'v min utes, and remove any wmn that may arise; then take clintone peacho tliat are fully riie, rub them to get off the down, and stick three or four cloves in each earh ; put them into a Mono jar, and pour the liquor, tailing hot, over tlicin. Cover tiie jar closely and Bet it in a eool place for a week or two; then K)iir off the liquor and Voil it as before, after which return it to the jK-arta-H, tailing hot, which should 1m; carefully covered and stored away for future use. Flowers for the Dixxkr-Taklk. A pretty way to arrange Mich flowers as the sunflower, large ox-eye daisy, hollyhock, or any of t...

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 July 1881

0 MILAN EXCHANGE VV. IVi'Ui llltr., J. U. MALL- .-ATCIiDAY, JULY '., l.VM.Li T&E ASSAiSIXATiGJ. ; J.; 1 :( h.-dfan h."r :.u r i Mir .u' t in.i.'. i . i' t- Xi.irflf !1, t'u" had tu: it ki.-iv. ii in evciy city :mi.'. (u-.t:: of tl.e l'ui;''J SiaL'-s. The i.ev. j.iva'l villi li'l. tnin, rap'd'dy f t tn ln.iiii- to lioin? a.:d from l'iuu? t' tciL'U ua'.il the citi zens of very ju:n t.-r were li'Mii fd with the n --. Th f.u! !rcJ !! m entirely m.iooked fr, and ya iinoaiurid that it was !;f lieull t i;;li:c t!io tr.itli. Th:; -trikiiri; div.n of the I'ttv-ident of jl.e I'nited St.tU.s in time of ;e:i. e, when tli ere ffi'i no sectional issue intl.iene (lie p.-. ioii ; Mid to l.r.'f.l f:i!,:itiei. in, was altogether t. ;i'ea,;oii:ilil ' :ho--k ; !ir. ll i .,uie toall ei:i nullities Willi like ( fi'-el. no Ane-i ie;m it:.".c:i licii'l it wiiliout pain or inJigna !i n. Sane cr--M- Lave been wild tnouiiL to nmV' ive Hint Cluitteau, v.a'i taJy tin? t.l cf -o::ipiraoy, of I. ul lhi is t'K...

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. — 30 July 1881

mo -ri K-4tr4 HAlLECiD TIKE TABLE. Chicago, St Lonii k Hew Orle.n, . . ; Trains k-.v Milan a foll ou mJ j ft r Nov. 7. lsL i fl; tin , ! Exchange, !- Milan I'AxSESOF.R TRt. . No. 1, iiorts lfUH at..- f: a.m. No. 3. " 12j.-p.ni. No. 2, -South N:50 a.m. No. 4, " . 4.00 p.m. Time about 15 minutes dower than Timlin .V " SiL: City time. J. T. Oabxer, Agnt, Mi Inn, Trim. Jd.MAXS. Fup't, Jockmjn, Ti-iin. Louisville. & KwhTule, R. E- . Train leave Milan aa follows on aud aft 3y 1, ISM. No. 2, north leave at. .....12:25 p.m. No. i, " " 2:.rfc.m. No. 6, accommodation 4:26 p.m. No. 1, aouth lmveo at J 2:4.1 a.m. No. , " " 1:10 p.m. Na. 5, accommodation 6:50 a. in. A. W. Loviva, Aeut, Mllau, Tenn. V. . Atmore, o. r. a t. a. Ixulvllle, ky. O. F. Cant well, Ioa! Ticket Af-nt. CITY OFFICERS.. 8. H. Hale, Mayor. Jno. D. Lusk, City Marshal. R. F. Hauu, Geo. V. Martin.'.W. II. Coley, Geo. Huyties, E. N. Stoue and W. J. Hou)-?, Aldermen. cnujiCHca Baptbit Church Krcet, J. L. Lloyd Tastor. Preachin...

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 July 1881

7 The Milan Exchange TURNER & HALL, Proprietors. MILAN, - - TENNESSEE. SOTES AM COMMENTS. Gath, writing from New York city, ay: "The foreign clause are particu larly enraptured with iarlii-lil' l-clmvior. Saturday bcinK market lay, I cnt around my ncijrliliorlioou' anj lounJ Germans, Iriili and Jews all Garfield men. The Irish regarded him something like a aational prize-fighter a sort of Heenan or Ior rusey, who had Kiie Into a match with bullets." The New York Board of Health re ports that alu r strenuous efforts tn drive out contagious diseases from that city they have succt-cded in KtUinj: rid of inall-iox and typhus fever, hut that the seal k-t fever and diphtheria defy all their efforts. In the meanw hile, however, the w arm weatft er has developed a numlxT of su'nuuer complaints that are proving much more fatal than the diseases epidemic throughout the w inter. The Greenback Central Committee of Massachusetts decided to hold their State Convention at Worcester, Aurus 24th...

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. — 30 July 1881

V i V V mwx-mmuh my j iiiiiiiiuj n iiiiiiiwini wmtojwmxma. Elwlricity on the .MiNsiKsfppi Hirer. Mr. f!eorre I Wrirlit write to the St. Jum Jt'fiuhliriin oil t he iifvcftMtr of a Mihinariiic eaMe from !t Paul to New Orlcaii. Thin, lie in lMxoinin a 1 'ian-iit to our biixiiie-o in- tereU on account of llio rapid iiitTea.afr of tlie river trade. The river is the great national highway," he continue. "The rable fehotihl be rmixtrtieteil ami owned by the (overuiin-iit, as an important part of river M-rvice ami improvement in the inten-t-t of cheap and i-afe n:t i r:i tion. The cost, an compared with lis value, would Ik? trilling, and messages could be nt a( one cent a word, and at tliat rate pay a fair dividend upon the investment. Tlie location of emu- boats and barges ujm.ii the river could lc ascertained in a lew minute ; the formation ofice atany jmint anl every item of interest to navigation through out its whole length could be known at once, instead of waiting hours or days. "Jn ...

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 July 1881

- i i - ,J o ejanaaa ay ir-prTa- painn nTa ir r nil n ajm m m p hhm t,.m jnigBiiiiMi'iuaiiu i f i- ' 1 iiSgjVk.i P M'Pat rfsaacaa A. MILAN EXCHANGE vv E. Turner, J. G. Hall Editors And Publisher. SATURDAY. JULY 30, 1SSL Conklinjr gt left badly." We Motived the Huntingdon Ili'puUiitaii tf Ju!3 1st., yesterday. Who account fur thi ? A tornado swept the county near Troy, New Yo:k. Many barns and houses were destroyed by light ning. Col. Jno.C. Burch, of Tennessee, Secretary of the United States Sen ate, died in Washington Thursday .of organic disease of tha heart. At this writing the doctors says 4he President is better than he has been at any time since he was shot and the confidence of hi3 recovery is expressed bv the doctors. . . 1 jL!m n incitioji j-iss bea uuus :;i the President's bciy rear the op?n ingtfthecld wound to faciliat the iis(harg?.cf pus. lie ftoed the operation vithout flinching. All sorts if alarming rumors concerning the Prejdenl-cnidi-ion, -wt? afloat Kant Monday. ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 September 1881

xi iiimiL.LJuuiif'iw iini'iii'Mini sxslssMn n'i-f wrliii4''riW'TT fsjsjrrf'""' "" 'Jl ir, PERSONAL. Mr. aK4 Mrs. Vann, of Juckou. j ncrc in tin- ciuu last KuudLir. i Mr. J.mo I'tsrRf :nil r hihircn. ( Ivh;ilLi. Miss.. iiulnvn vi si- j T7i h it nil n virir" 11 71 M N 1 A Hi H H r W V if .j r r u J'j. E. 11. Williams 3 -ft U 7).i:rJar ifT 3J;utiv.uiua, v. here lit v'ili leach hvtt Tension: M:.? La Biir-mi .iir-1 Iiot -''v-i'her, Jimmie, li ft last Tn:hiy I :"--r Kucllville, Ark., wln-rc they " ill live in the future. Ih V. Ir. A. U. .foL'fs, President ' the Memjilii ( 'obference Female irstitute. Jark.''n. Tenn., ji'iit a ' w hours in our town la-it Thurs Luy. raj.t. If. 1'. Miller left Friday fr Clcvelanl, Ohio, where his wife anl daughter are visit iuji. fur the jurjv'se of hringiug them Jiollie. Miss TWne.-. the ucw finite It-at h. r at the C11 jre, comes high ly ree.iiiii)i"nlc(l as a lady and a teacher. She is a irraduate of the !o.-toii Conservatory. . Miss MainieJaekson, of Jac...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 September 1881

W. A. WADE, Proprietor. MILAN, TEXNKSKK. SOTES AMD COMJIESTS. Thi oyster crop of the North prominc to lie failure this fall due Wrtrnlv to Ibe late cold inu-r." la Oica pek ly the kw fruze over the y-.u-r, off'tcating ninny of tbem to death, and fWwRrdu when it broke up rakinr the bed autl tearing the nystem from t In i r mooriiitra. rrinw'n hay aid the Mati n Island beds, from which New York derive Its chief supply of o stern have suffered greatly from the hiushcU and the bore worm, very deadly iaraiU'. The Northern cities will have to fall back on the ex treme South. Our own dealer ought to rep some of the profits of this oyt-ier faBiine. The JVttr and Conner finds that Charleston has Iteen the worttt city in the Wiirld for women to neck employment in, and coiiHequwntly bails with delight the call of the new cotton mill company for female bauds. There if a large exec of women in that city and yet there in not a ingle lartre industry in wbieh they can se cure employment. It this re...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 September 1881

Y i i rrtvrnliug Hj(lrolitln. A itial log recently bit a iminVr of jicr-on in one of the Mil.uib fo Philadelphia. "The colir of treat ment," says the Philadelphia Timt. -w a nvTilK-l by Dr. W. 8. Fry, of LmiNdata, v bo -i eail to have cured over two bun. I i-t'il ximilar ras4g. The Wound caused by the tit-l It of the dnf va tirl valil in warm vinegar and covered with a blicr plaster, which wan allowed to ivinain ten Ik uiv, when the blister was ojx'iiH. Fresh cabbage bave were then wanned, alter wbieb they were ft eno.1 between the palms of the hands ami applied to the injury. The leaves were eh an red every two hours for four days, w hen the blister was ap plied for four hours and then remov ed. Cabbage leaves were then ljound on as before, to be renewed every two hours until fourteen days have ex pired, when a eioth spread with td.cep'n tallow is lolx Applied twice a day until the wound heal". A medi cine fumi-lied by the d'(or was taken for live days, the patiruts fasl inr three ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 3 September 1881

J ITTlTTiTKI f j t 7 . V: ' ' : 'a, ( k y C5 - I MILAN EXCHANGE W- A- WADE, Publisher. atprday, i:mc , wa annoriii":'il in tlrs lat is. no of the Ex iian'.i:, tV- under signed has reULi';d itjiuljli k'A;iu jifu-r .in jils(-iM- if-vei iiiontl !. It is our jr.tuitiiit), h) ci"-e a.j!i' tativi: to Imsim t hriij" lh . , . . v.ap r .lL'.'iin untotiie JultIi M.m dard it eupietl thiringoiirioriin - r-onnection with .it. Sj.f.al at tentioii will h' given to the col lec tio!, oi i'le.'ii i!t v;s. Tothatenil, U j n"f sry fr th-1 J'n.-nd ofth. ap.T to send in tlu' news fro. n the vurrouieji ng neighhorhoiKl. L(-t 11- h ive a c:,n'i';:id'-nt at cadi oo.-t olhee around here. If the renders want a fir.-t-l:iss h";d j a jier, let tlit iu K-;..(J a hand and . they sliali have it. The sulncription price will re main one JoIlar and fifty cents per auivjin; seventy-five cents for six months fifty cents fur threeinontlis. CJuhs of ten or more can have it ;for one dollar per year for each uhscriher. Wil...

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. — 10 September 1881

:" "fait V i i I u S, f 7 t t 3 AILEtlU TICK TAB7.U. klr,LUai Xew Orleans it.n. Trtintlmre Miisa t Callows en sad flr Jsiy . low. V.. 1, nertb. Imt st... 6;M am . S. " " !l:aia He. t. cntb. " : e.. - :5po Tin UI 1en nieatrtetooertknii toea time, i. T. UAKSEK. Agent. Milea. LatTl1le A XHhtlll ex t. a. B. K. Trains leseo. Hilan a fi u after JsaoC.lMO. riHiiin Ttitm. Se. l.eeatb.. leaves st 12 am . . " MOa e. . (tlUbUt).l:lli Ke. t. aorta. " 12.-2 He. 4, " " I:aSaa - " (Aeo.a.moat'a) :' pm Pleeper en Wee. I sad 6. raa between Ham Veldt and LesTtille. PERSONAL Dr. Davidnon is here this week on professional business. County School Superintendent Deas n town Thursday, professionally. He reports the schools of the county an doing well. Mr. Polk Chamljers, one of McKenzie,s enterprising mer chants and beet citizens, was in our town last Monday, en route to Memphis. Miss Mina Priest, or.e of our ac complished young" ladies, left for Huntingdon last Saturday, where sho will tnrh music in the ...

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