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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 September 1881

7 W. A. WADE, Proprietor. 51 1 LAX, TENNE.-nKE. JiOTES ASD COMMENTS. I The oyster promise to t crop of the North a tuihire Ibis fall due lrrely to the lat? cold winter. Id Cl.ei peake tmy the ice froze 'over the oysters, oflorating many or tb ni to dentil, rl after wards bn it broke up nikins the bed and tearing the ojster from their mooring. Print' r ami the tlU- Island beds, from which New York derives its chief supply of ovster have sutHred. greatly from the mussels and tiie bore w orni, a very deadly parasite. The Northern cities will have to fall back on the ex treme South. Our own dealers oufrht to reap some of the profit of this oyster famine. ' J' ' The JVe- and' Courier linds that. Charleston has leen the worst city in the world for women to seek employment in, and conaetjuvntly hails with delight the call of the new cotton mill company fur female hands. There is a larjre excess f women in that city and yet there is not J ingle'laore industry in vi lii u they can se cure em...

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. — 10 September 1881

p r X - Prayer. bt TirroB Broa My d u;rM r. timry and prr.yj. nlpht Is G. Men tHx-vt :frnS to Iiio- tfcn Ui , I r:- lll Grav n.mt now r "lithe bills M faint, ah 1 ' va in -aro tH' j ; And KMrn nn dnt wi-.eel roll" thiriu -b tbo hn low. i,i ei! i All. am -It tnlr p"i at home, and wut5 the ; bf '-hwai pli (p:i, , Tho ln n to fvH.iintr winds fha'' out th And tTliierW. oiv-'nT rr'h nlht's r-alra the nar in hideih, Iiidi THi-h lii-i"h ib d.-c'.aro where ca.b ttirhl oild.-th: - la : TbP 'indurj tnnpo rel la w -it tti ski-a do- Like silver In the hnd toe tiight of warn J -u.w-in : rnnvw, and h.:i(r(., and w kx!, a 1 lnrtl-itric:cr rmwinir. J TJniii uc tracer mlsl u!t him of the waf Th day fur rv!l 1. for wo-(np and anur-r. I'ruj ; for tit- nljrht 1 b r serene iu oslm and lanfriV'r: . Th" h pho d o'd, ihe wind tbnusn ruinous TMTri'r in It MtPPl, Th"? w.iti"i oU, th Hk k, with hoare and AH suffer, a I com uia. The land at lena-'h Is , Ilorl nir futile to love, to wor.-hip and to Ari l o eM n...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 10 September 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE W. A- WADE, Publisher. - - , - - ' SATURDAY, SEPT'll 10, 1S81. In the hurry and confusion of moving, we last wek neglected to nle the fact that Messrs L. J. ttrouks and R. S. Fletcher are now the i:le proprietors and editors (if the West Tt'rfnessw .Whig. Jack m, the editor ot this paper having 'drawn out of thetfrm. 'Mr. Fletch er i a thoroughgoing, experien ced riewa-pap-r man, and is a val 'liable addition to that journal." Mr. ' jVk', jis our readers know, is one of the live-t and most .energetic journalists in Hie t4ate; in fact, we -hink " h lias no superior, if an 'equal, in some re-pect. We carn . -sily wiAi the new 'management jthundant prosperity, and we be lieve thev will command it. The I'rn.-idiMit was last Tuesday carril to Long l'ranch, to take iii to from the malaria at Washing ton. Hnr-e his arrival there, his physicians say he has improved His k ver is lower and his appetite is returning. Hopes are now en fcrtainrtl that he will convalesce rapidly. D...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 September 1881

" "V" V VOL. VIII. MILAN, TENN., SEPTEMBER 17, 1881. NO. 20, 3 J ' . . r.- - ' V r i hi i n , ' i. . ti i ii iiiiii . . T" 1 m . i . Milan. Exchange. A V It t v ! .i I B i i a i m " .1, , . M. D. Li JOJIDAN, PHYSICIST AND . SURGEOH, Jj ituitjtisoXf , fan kin & IthoiUA OYER THE STATE. 'Am Ti af Xcr-f, rFdrc ' Martin Attorneys at Imh; Milan, Tenn Commissioner HaVkfni kai receiv ed a considerable mount of wheat Tram th Agricultural'Department, at the farmers ftaexptM'ime'ntal purposes Col Senator D.'I. Bfll, Floater R P. filed with the Secretary of State. ijoi, .am itepreseaiauve nq, m. I Japes propose to address the people t'lit t'aff, Moirday 26th inst., upon the II. B Howell & o Grocers Cotton Factors o uinufsu m Almcnnn r . t ' J 'M Frogt ti , St, MEMPHIS. J. TouNorial Artist. Row,41 - v MILAN, TENN. -6-! . NtcO an J ,.TVllitt. M.4MiKL-tnfa al. v. a)'S& haacfto wait on eiutom e us a ina. Louisville & Nashville RAILROAD LINE. 'I In Quickest and Shortest Route to All ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 September 1881

' t .. s i fl i ! 1 THE MILAN EXCHANGE. 1 v It.-r v 1.- A-1 i ' 'AIIL NEWS Compiled from Various Sources. The Emperors of Germany and Rns- fin met iIm n , VT , i V-ir. ror M l liam.fwp Pieereerick F.mpc William and Tsl-'iniih proceeded from steamed out of tnMliariwr; aiyj.WBj mcfiiy the Russian yaclit witti Vlie tzar1 on board. The lr94tat"litlrMiflrot KMhtfivto file two yachtsond, Ja'-,jfinr(115Hi49 n P.thff In the nffcViioiYif tbe Var went on board the Hofcanrtmrrf aiift Hv.-A-warltily W comedM,Thffr'H yacht wanoeoipaBlei by two f mull m;n-of-wr. At a Ute.r bofi the Knier(iTlhA'lYjntj:'imtft t1. Val atNmifnliiVar the TVnjJeror, the Imperii ''yne.h't; ' Itoh'eLioriurW" Vuich ' pealin;? of bells, snlutes of artillery andTWitiV uimurtlfiftfvttii a lenJer-lJi()Bi,'et. great beers. . ,, ... The ft'lal ot-16ei?. "T)r. nonia8. Chicago; 6M-e thlltlt Riv(1,t,otiferencV of the t'hurelictipdri charges of "dls- eemlnaUna lq'trliMa:aouti-nry to the article! of religion estiilUUadjitaBdards of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 September 1881

TO CORRESPOND! I fomiiMiiil hi iiiuH for till-- p:i a; rinpiTfiiiouiii i, I c. iiui)iiimi il oy thH riiiiiuot . I.') author, not rioo-Mt. i y tor pnl Ik in i m, hut lis evliiem-e o( pin f iHitn on i lie vnvi of tile wiper. Write tinly on one ftiitrof Hi.- paper. l.-iHr i ukii ly "V ' nin.nan wu jtrm iu ii jii.-ail X i jjnaii SOXOS OF MUD .S. The Skylark's soiiif: Arise. fYM' ' ih free, (tin I wmir, awake the air; I in. on. 'i (. the Unlit is there; Pass the Mint clmiln mid kno thukte r ' Ob llhlP!ICK oh lleel.'hl)loS.S Ili'iL'llt! Oh unveiled mm! Oh pc-tinv ..f unw.inl Hlijht: f mount? I'mminTTTVi Skffe4rniT!mfrw The Ppiirrow's sons': "Lot bo to soar: jskirs hlniken umlpr niitht or rain; Wil l wlnifs arc wearv all In vain 1 1 M Lo, thr fair earth. the fruitlnl moHr'Jr And the dViir nunbiMins travel ilijjrn, Ami warm our paves, IT Anil lirlnir iruv Snmnipr to IhP tnvn. Ob Bun! Ob bloom! oh safe warm eaves I" ThP Linnet's sonr: "Oh joy of Spring! Oh blithe sururlHe of HIV! Ami (lowers...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 September 1881

MlLAN.ESGHANGE SATURDAY, .fiJCETIR, 17, -; 1881. 8ikcp4j.w4 WMii, President Gar-J field has msoWery litrteff'anyilin'. pj-oyesaent The 'doctdnytio admit rani nn uiooa i pioDea, ana it msy he serl Vreeks' before he? improve ery'cn ;ir infill in critical wnditioUt but strong hopes are enter tttncd thalhe will Recover.. vThe, Cin cinnati 'Oaeette 'reports that Major Meaus says, in regtrd to Geo. Gar field's coiiUon, that all sorts of t ir more prtYS.il at Long Branch at well as here, sosoe asserting that he will 'recover, and ethers that h .will surely die. On Sunday evening "John'' De lano, eoa of ex-Secretary Columbug Delano, waa "out 'taking" a ridVwith Dr. Bliss,, during, which, tlf t ,4t'f guished physician stud the attendant physicians ' were gwatly "d'wrJdtitaged in regard to the result of the' case. Cpo his return, in conversation with the Major, Mr. Delano inforiiied' Mr. Means of this stateinet.l of tl Witoful Bliss. As U hta own yiwsregarding the cast, from what he heard at ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 September 1881

-1 rr V- li i i an i r i MILAN EXCHANGE; AII.ATIMB TASU.KJ.. r ; i i . a'.. Jal t. laSO. T ,, minora titty. j K". l.aartb.laa-atat 6:40 am I Ka. . touts, Smj Tiaaliaa4 BOaai YBiitMiifiwar'ilM few's !... J T;. i UM. k. K, A , .p t. . . lavilla kMbVuu til. U. H. Train lta Milao u folliw and alter J Hi 27. 1UU. . Na. l.M'Uk, l(lt, 12-V.ain ;.. I: ill inn ( lluuilHil.ltl... 9 4 I Mill No. I. anrti M. 4. " 1-J: JT. biu ; lfPron N. 5 ml 6, ma bniwri-ri Hum- ulilt and l.aav ill. CUV D! RECTO UV. . UTY omcKfts. II MaU. Mavr. Jan. 1). I.aik. City Marfknl. .A Merman. . i'.iniiu'u l'j Iiiil.lisl '..'hareh -I'a.i. J. L. llnTd, l'ui-ti.r. I'.ari-r murtiii w dilyvulog. iuiiait- i clil tt au. " . ..iiiiixiiri-N'urili Muia iiraouM. M. Tayiar I i.iu.r. froaoliiaaarcrV baiiUuy'moT.iina Hud i t-vniinv. frnyar tuacUiia IumiUv vvu n. . .Miuiia ithwul llaia. ftt. (iinUrwao Mi Imir-Kpito pal-Odd' Fcl Iaw'iHII. Cbarch aireel, J.'A. Lta, Kfcti.r. .rvirvii lut ami 3rd bundiiya in aa,ub luuiillt. ;iinaiv n ni...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 September 1881

BEMf.IOlS AM) ' l - - II 1 1 EDUCATIONAL. .nJ:4 U ftnrl motT(t(-,fti'-rfJ In-i h-rP;nrvT tinn. nmulh . .CuMago ivixives" bali.iAVy. au'JT . r. t 1 ' ' '.fill ft-htilt(1tTrtMtrii!r'i MtnyiC.MisVppi,. witl 66,(J0( mAunn'k yrr tncs3, ohiirv'" only tea, fc vi f hjng v r Su d ay,- an ! of, Uiuiitlt si .lr-iujtiuin.v 3Lrrinroenuri -Wwi niaJe for a NiltHi!f1r'?1-rti(r.flrtAfinj"te;Vrf Ifle ;hrtlnTr'rtr!nnniriTraT!PTCTrBB"Ti6'm In St.Liujiihi fall. .The i ,nrcutfflr ..dote There is a field for unemployed clergymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church in'jTdW A- JewTUnmarrietli men, fond of hard work on slim salary, are invited to correspond with Bishop Jsnrrnrasus ni:T4 irt I lift Ont.nf iA Tutcturi" flnTuliHoiAl Torinto thai a I . i m . uierc is an over-sunpiv oi teachers in "" ""J ui'i'iitiiuwiu in Kuiim casus ucin"- mane lor situations with salary ;l no jfjre tbjin ?!KK) & 'fti It was suggested, at the recent meeting 6rttie"TcnnsyIvnna teachers,' that it mighty ft good idea to have one...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 September 1881

-L iw FT IVi -111 r n titttij. 'JiNjKHWuWtST j YE. Td 1ip1 l'ervln's. IHj) tkcnia.min-i skin Ho!&lV!UiiOIU I tiitl ' lii (nix oils wiili water, lirst cprni bint) them wjtlmifl,Ji!i.ifl ite tji4 of thwclot m erin;'t Wlijt! iiiii-lin. el,!-., sliou'ii ai- way.i3iaVit f tt-"H Af'tri!iih''r2:oo Is th:ii).! 1 1...' .., t....: i -l'i..t liljill-flforlnjifil, cms. nmo (- till. Sun nl I wcr w.U in.iy be ted IrtH'lv. It Jirom0ti'i;iyjii,iu.;jva4i:ftitl A.:' the i.hniiauVWi4uqiy,Mi. ; Furthers who have tried the no ofi ingH maU!intiIMVi4.t'fr fch rnriMri rv inx it nrotm'l as c!iri'UHift iiii-c.s vt'on'r, have jViind nftril ow tydliehliit'' than kfce(iiii hojr-iilBHfJ fifeh all tin while? '; ! i i: be nn&Ui'a" cotto -h:i'k,iU Uf illlilav .if: r '4tr. Next. il:rr nut. it in tlm' ....... clear (. :ext ilirrrut. it hi tin) oven m fci-iKtipiiw-i'ui ' Blow ItW '',Iti( iviil,'o4Miinuui.irin, laavr.i.l anil fiteVrrrm imraiHrt. J I 1 .1 M oweot 1tjuiju4 . uuaiie, wank ilOIOtIM pickle.: J,VwH" ...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 17 September 1881

"ais-i, 1 a" MILAN EXCHANGE vviuiiDAY, septi. n, mi. The ISf-noflt of Drought. Many yea s ao, when a portion of New Kojilaod stiuo ed severely foiii ; lonycoi 'i'iK-d diought, there ap--pea red i .theTrur.ic ipl,)ub''shed it i'ajd- Mo., tbe i'olrowitfgsiijtert ?. ing H'l'ii'e: .", ; ' !( j ' Eve! vbod " ti vs this- is 'most re mailable season, the dryest That ever the co, ,y, knew;- Siill";W are taught thai everything has iVise5, ai.il it dry lime U not to be considered an exception lo.ab.e rule. As the ilidughl is now wub us in all i s se verity, it i a good inje to set about the discovery and die apprei iatimi of its :oiupeituijotui. iltiit lurns owl to , , , , - !-i 1 uifl napmer. lor a tnowieuife ot l ie , , . , . ' ' , ':.r r.ja'ta',rt:iThe Armstrong reinvigprating Jje urface soil, a sub ! . ..... . "UIUIO IUI IUUOUII -iWff MIJJ, BU IU1H.II neglected by some farmer. By re peated cropping, the sur see soil be comes ex hausied of itafertiHxing ma terials; but awuy down iu ibe ear...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 September 1881

!' II MIIWHWIIWinHII llMHI II II I II HIT I I ..M1IHI. mu.il M Exoi ILAN IANGE; VOL. VIII. MILAN, TENN., SEPTEMBER 21, 1881. NO. 27. H. G. HOLLENBEIIG'S Southern Music House Of Memphis, Tenn., and Little Rock, Ark., The (J rent Southwestern Mux 'a House hns a ?hlendid as.oi tment pf Pianos cixd Organs, Ar the mo.t renowned makM, mch Chickcrinir. Mninwuv and Hollcnberir l'innns. Mason Hamlin, liiirdotte end New K-ir.uiiiI Organs. A II order.. ,rom,tly tilled mid fati.-fuction yiiiiriintruil. .-heet .Md.mo upecialty. Agency for the wondcrlul Uratuinettca an I Autiiinutic I" linos, on which any stylo of music can he played by iinyhndy. lAViSTKAIUK T. C. liOVELiACE, f M. U. WHKiUT, W nolerile Dry tloods, ,- . i llunuirer. 7)5 A: T17 W.iluin ht, ) with TRABUE, DAVIS & CO., COTTON FACTORS COMMISSION MERCHANTS, and dealer in 1J0tfJi Twine m1 Iron Tics, 823 ami 825 Main st., Iict. 8th and 9th, Louisville. Ky. Consignments of Cotton, Ac., solicited- Cnsh ndvnnces 11111 e on consignments....

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. — 24 September 1881

- "a i ! THE MILAN EXCHANGE. .'V. -A.. WADK, Iubllslier. MILAN, '- . - TENNESSEE. NEWS IN BRIEF. Compiled from Various Sources. PKKSONATj AND TOLlTICAIi. At the recent election in the Chicka saw Nation for member of the Legislature it wn decided in favor of B. F. Overton, the present Governor. The colored Bishops and other reprc entatlvos of the African Methodist Church e of America now atten'dlmr the. Knnmr.nl. cat Conference aro to be honored with a public breakfast, the ohieet belnrr. "to make a demonstration in favor of tho principle of social equality of tho while and colored races." The promoters of the affair reme icmpiar Mission, anting in conjunc tion with the Anti-Slaverv Society. The adjournment of the Grand Jury i me DiMi-let of Columbia without taking rognlzanec of a number of important cases that it was ex peeled would bo brought be fore them, notably tho Star-route cases, has excited much comment. It is now stated. upon apparently good authority, that Attorney-General...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 September 1881

THE MILAN EXCHANGE. V. -A. WAI)K( Iutlln1ir. . , ... . . MILAN. - - - TKNXKSSKK. FULFILLED. 1 snw th moon over mv shoulder-. My riyht shiyililer, too .hut's tine: )! en io. ydii'in h'iinl and Ijelleve each word 'f that dear olil-fushioncd siirn. I wis'ied nml you know trie wishing In always mi to to c imp ti ue: Tint the lonuinir word the younir moon beard 1 would never dare tell you. Thrn I found a four-leaved clover I seiircherl for It fur mid wide. In every spot In the niciKlow-l.it, W hi n lo! Ht my very Hide It waited for nie to pick It; I did, mid it knew rijht well Wr.Ht toy M mine at the happy sign It knows, but It will not telU Then I pleked me a dainty daisy: '1 hat Kiirn, no sad and sweet, " Wan tried, you know, In the long-ago, Ily the mii.d n Mariruerite. From my hand the snow-white petals (Vou know how It runs, my deiiri At the rlirht word fell bill I must not tell. Lest ail the world should bear. O new moon over my shoulder, 111 always believe In youl Always have fait...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 September 1881

f MILAN EXCHANGE W. A- WADE, Publisher. SA'iTKDAY, SEITU 24, 1881. On lu.-t Monday night iliend news nver the wires that President James A. Garfield had died at 10:35 p.m. For several days the pulilic had been in some sense prepared for it; yet the solemn fait cast a dark gloom over the whole country north, smith, east and west. We have heard no expression Sut that of sor row at this national calamity, for Gen. Garfield was respected and Iot ed hy all as the President of the whole country. The South received the news with puculiar sadness, for her people had learned to believe he was a statesman with a heart lig enough to take in all sections and combine them in one great family. In nearly e.-ery city and town meetiugs were held and resolution of respect and condolence adopted. Bulls were toll ed, Hags were placed at half-mast, minute gun were fired, and business generally was suspended. In fact, fifty millions of people were thrown into mourning, and the civilized world was in full...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 September 1881

MILAN EXCHANGE RAII.RtlD IIJIK 4lll.t:M. i bleat, Lele Ht)rlMM R.R. Train leave Milai aa fulWwe en and after Jlj 4, im. rieeiaeat tais. 1, north, at 6:40 am . " " ll:4(tam Je. i. aoutk, " :10am .. " " 2:45 m lim about fl fton minute, alnwer than towa tieae. J T. (J AKNKIl, Agent, .Milan. .aliTlIU at XMh villa A Ut. B. K. K. Traina leave Milan follows n anj after Jaae27. 1M0. riimtwa tiaimh. Je. l.aenth, leave. at e. I. ..12:40 am . l:ll pin .. :! am .M:V pin .la., " Ke. 1, Berth. Ha. 4, " (t Humboldt) ( Acceminodat'a) 4:25 pn flleeper en Sea. eandS, run between Huin keidtand I.eavvillo. 2:.v am CITY DIRECTORY. ITY OPFKKK.S. . H. Ille. Mayor. Jno I. Leak, Lily Marahal, R. F. tin. U . W . -nrtni. W. H, Poley. . Haynea, E. N. ejtone, and Y. J. House Alriaruien. CUL'UCnKd. Hii f.ti.t Church H eot. J. L. Llord. l'aator. I're.ctiinn every Sunday morning aad evening. I'ruyer meeting Wednesday eveuiu. Sunday pehool f an, .Methodist North Main atreet. M. M. Taylor cantor. Preaching erery ftu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 September 1881

FACTS y) FKiUKE.H. Tho immigration to Georgia this year exceed that of any previous year. Tliero is more notirifthmotit in ono pound of bananas than in three pounds of meat. The ajrgroati! length of the onion rows on a pickle farm near Cliieazo is 3 JO miles. Since 1 S71 the Virginia peanut crop has prnwn from 225, WO bushels to 1,600. UO J bushels. E. S. Cobh, of.ColrVs Mountain, fieorgia. will mako 20,000 quart bottles of fine claret wino from eleven acres this season, which will bring him $8,000. llerr Krupp, the great German gunmaker, is su much pressed with or ders that ho lias engaged 8,000 more workmen, making the total force of workmen 13.000. There are now in tho United States about fifty-six cotton-seed mills, of whiehnine are in Mississippi, eight c.v h in Tennessee and Texas, nine in Ken tucky (all in Louisville), four in Arkan sas, two each in Missouri and Alabama, and ono in Augusta, Ga. It is probable that vorrsoon the southern part of the Territory of Utah will suppl...

Publication Title: Milan Exchange, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 September 1881

As a Newport, R. I., Judge was welkin;? along ti stret't (.f that citv, a liaml.-omt!, well-drps.std young woman in 't hini on the sidewalk, stopped and piz:'d at him a moment, and then, with a ;!;id cry of joy, threw her arm around him and hcgan to hug and kiss him in a iuo.-.t affectionate iinuiiicr, at the saimi time asking him if his name wasn't Thompson. . The Judge somehow liked this sort of treatment and became so absent-minded that it took him live min utes to remember his own name, and when he reluctantly told her that she was mistaken, she gave one last linger ing hug and sorrowfully moved away. His purse contained .'.ri0 and some valu able papers, and ho says if she will re turn the papers she can keep the money and no unpleasant interrogatories will be propounded or words to that effect." ' Sixty French soldiers of the parri Fon of Thionville lately fell sick of tri chinosis, and two of t hem died. It Inn been R'-rertaiiK d that the disease arose, not from pork, but from...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Milan exchange. — 24 September 1881

.'iimn.it I mmui jihbhi.ii. MU!UwiPiiw.Miray MILAN EXCHANGE SATURDAY, ISKLTJ1 24, 1881. What Cotton Need Oil Is Doing:. MuntRnimrr (Ala.) Advertiser. TIumc win) have never usel thi iirticle uj a substitute for the grease ot'.iwine liuve little Men what hii im provement it niii!vM in culinary af fair. We do not mean, of course, the unclean and unsavory oil ns it conies' from the huge jness at the oil mill, lut the nice, pure, delicate nr- tide which the refinery furuishes. Its superiority over lard in the mat- Hll( ,mV(' Il(v,'r v f "iv faui ter ot sweetness and cleanness cannot ! '')' ' Kepwtfully, be (jutniioiied. The relined oil i.s lib- ! ' Ji:vn. solutely dean, and m pure is it that Wilkinson county, Mi-s. now, as we have heretofore stated, it . ' "" is extensively Hold an 1 used as pure ! SlH'i,kill-r f ('"". Southerner as olive oil. It is quite the equal of : fiSllreM ,,ut '" tlie St- Louis IlepuUi that famous oil no epicure, howev- j can' the Price aH fiH"w.-: On a crop er de...

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. — 1 October 1881

1ANGE. VOL. VIIL MILAN, TENN., OCTOBER 1, 1881. NO. 28.. A "TkT ,1 14 '1 RA 1 1. HO A Ik Tine TAIIf.KN. lilrnK,Nl. I.oniict .rwllrlMii U.K. l'niin Ir-ave Milaa aa follows on and after July 4, lata. PAggRNOifR TRAINS. . 1. north, leave a 6;4() am -"S. " " ll:4ii am t. U. nouth, " y:liJara ..4, ' . - 2:4., Vm 1 line about fifteen minute flower than town tune.. J- T. (JAKN'KK, Anent. Milan. ltilvill A: nhtlllv dc tit. S. B. K. Traina leave Milan aa followa on and after Jue27.JSSU. rag.SICNUKR TRAINS. 1, south, leaves at 12:45 am f ? .! 1:1" Pin . (to Humboldt)... am Je.2. a.rta, 12:'i1 pm S- 2:Maiu (Accomtnodat'n) 4:23 pm Sleeper an Kos. 5 and 6. run between Hum veldt and losvville. CITY DIRECTORY. CITY OFFICERS. . H.Hale, Mayor. in,U Luk, City Marshal, It. F. Haun. O. W. Martin, W. II. Coley, "Oee. Haynes, h, N. Stone, and W. J. House -Aldermen. CHURCHES. Barrfist-Church t-eet, J, L. Llovd, Pastor, broaching every Sunday morning aad evening. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Sunday eo...

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