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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 13 March 1868

lYiY rVT r Ay 1 i flUGH L. FEY. Till! FollKRUXNKtt H I'l III.IHIIHI) EVERT FKIDAT At rr-v- Dollni'M ti Year, ICT No attention M to orders for the payer unleiw aeomp:iuiel liy tlio Ciutli. Advertisements will be charge I 1.00 per square of ten linen, or lee, fur the ftitt tiixei-tion, and 60 cents lor each continuance. A liberal ilcJuction male to putties who tulvcrti.-'o by the year, 1 Persons Bending fi.lrptti.-icmcntti should mark , the number of timed they (iwir tham inscrtud, or they will lie Continued until forbid and charged accordingly. Transient advertisements must lie paid for at the time of insertion. CouimunicntioiiH, io secure insertion, inust bo ecconintiicd liy Jhe name ut' the authors. !)e jformmncr. Swsetwater, Friday, Marob, 13, lses The frcedman's Bureau is to bo contin ued in Tennessee, but there is no appro- priution mado to. moot its necessary ex penses. The foundation stone of tho bridge to cross tho Mississippi tit St. Louis, was laid on Tuesday, in the prcson...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 13 March 1868

Sweetwater, VviCcy, Karch 13, 1388 At length the juoilg? of enlarging our :pcr is rcflocmcd. Wo trust the gratification of our patrons, will equal oar own Jit the event; avc ulso hope their efforts to inn-rase it; patronage t ill he equiva lent to our desires on the subject. Vv hen reflecting cn the mere tri fle required from each individual to become the beneficiary of a public journal, we arc truly attonished at the number of persons, who de cline being participants in its ben efits. As it would require a folio to enumerate their sum total, we con fine ouvself to a fe-.v of the mo-t prominent. Itsloeal bcnorfe.ajv incalculable, l'ast history completely demon strates the fact, that labile jour nals have been the foundation of prosperity to all commercial enter prises. Our flourishing towns are indebted to the press for their rap id growth, and success. Insimifi cant villages have been, (as if by magic) transformed into cities. 'I he cultivator of a few acres, en larges his lilipuli...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 13 March 1868

SWEETWATER: TVuluy, MiiwU m, ISO. Agents for tha Forerunner. The follow ing named jri ntlcuien ore authorized to net nn Agi-nlx for tlio Fhiikrcxxku. Thr'r KocipU for miliviitioiH will lie lukiHi.vifl-d ly llu proprietor: K. K. UwiKKirii, Madisonviile, Tenn. J. II. Sxu, loii, " LaFiViittk Jiimwox, Bent. hi. Dn X. (I. CAiifiM:, TelIU", " llev. W. A. N::i.is, Uicevilh?, " lr. Lkhnmup, Jaliijipiv, " ' Jons 0. Vahihx, New York City, X. Y. Attention in called to now adver tisements iu another column: W. L. Price, Produce dealer. Dr. W. 0. McKinzio, S. P. Hale, Chancery sale of Mills. J. V. & T. R Patton, Land for sulo. Mm. M. MeThinncy, To tax payers. Messrs II. T. Cox & Brother, have our thanks for an ocecasional copy of the At lanta market. The deposits iu the bunks of New York city now reach the unprecedented total of $213,000,000, which Is about $10,000, 000, above the highest figuro ever at tained during any previous year. Settlement. Major Brooks, late paymaster of the Stat...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 13 March 1868

STA11TLIXU PI! HXOM KNOX. I)i.jfviv ol'n Suif oriiuorm IaUo of l$oilin "Wat or. I'tom the I..i('i".) Dei'l.icmt, I-Yhunry ... Tilts iiftonnov. r.Vrrit hvo ol M'k til' mlilon!i of t!-,. rastcrn pirt of tho citv wvre stiiril-'tl liy a lnu! iviort, r.'::-Tmllin"; tlio (liscli'irir1 of a park f tho hisviost nr tiPory. Many su;rtyl it f lie o-rasion-fil K I'lti.iii'.'.iji.ii.ui'iiiK ai tlio stmio cpinr rics cast cf !! i Uy, but the f;.et whs souii :isiirtaiii!-l tli.it r 1 1 - - exphwinu m-unvil at t?i" artesian w 1! i!i..t In.-- hwn sunk to the of 2W f.vt, situati'il i.l.out midway liftwoou t iio river an;t tin; LliiflV. Th" W'rkm-:M ct the v eil 1-..vnv.' sotisi lloof a rcmrlci!,!..' vbr.u poin on wiMi in tin horc, tilt; drill had hoot? v.-.ir!ui:i-through A .MiislvatT!fi of dntk porous I'.x-k for five hnur, and Iiad V-im inaUiy rapid pnyrw, wh-ii sudJculy the iua-li ut.-rv popped, The rods li-.-annj violently uptnW and a duaf.jnii,;r explosion ensued', followed ly a stream of liiliim ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 20 March 1868

BY HUGH L. FRY. SWEETWATER, TENN:, MARCH 20, 1868. Volume I-IViiinber Price, J$X5 aYearln Advunw. TEHMSi TIIK FOKKRl'MNKU If PrnMSHED KVKKTJ fWPAT At' Two Iollar tt Yur, Puynblo in Adrunco. No attention paid to order for the paper unleKH ncompnniod by the fash. Advertisement!) will be charged f 1.00 per square of ten line, or lean, for the first insertion, and 50 cento for each continuance.. A liberal deduction niudc to parties who advertise by the year. Persona tending advertisements nhouM mark the number of timed they dciiire them inserted, or they irill bo continued until forbid and charged accordingly. Transient advertisements must be paid for at the time of insertion. Communications, to secure Insertion, muni In Accompanied by tho nauie of the authors. t Jfortrnitufr. Sweetwater, Friday, March 20, 1888. Straiijo Moustroity. A medical friend reports having soon within tho pant week, while traveling through the southern portion of Lincoln county, a wonderful human monstrosity. It...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 20 March 1868

Swootwator, Friday, Maroh 20, 1869 "Whilst oilier, important theme's necessarily engross- our attention, there is one that should not be lost sight of by the public press, to-wit : the subject of education: : ' , "We CQftaider a dissemniUiioii' p learning, not only one of the great est blessings to those who arc its recipients, but naturally a positive essential in the preservation anil prosperity of the republic.', ,', , Iguoranee is incapable of appre ciating the multiplicity cf . varied objects required for the regulation of a government so extensive, and so diversified in various -local in terests as , that ' of the ; United States. . : Vhilst 'norancc exists among those who should bo, literally i'ai legitimate sovereigns, chaos will also reign v' in - thf land. :lIow grossly the masses a.tc .dcceif tat in the idea of their control hi the af fairs of the nation, where they are nothing save the dupes of politi cal demagogues ; in'' short, while the masses arc ignorant, instead of...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 20 March 1868

ciatmvotwrMrn; SWEETWATER': TVicla.y, Muri-'h SO, ISO!. Agents for tho Forerujusor. ." The following numed jcinluuu:! lire aiuiiflmed to si as Ai?:-nls fir the Fu.iKKi.-xsF. lb sir receipt for siihi.jri.tUiw .will lo tcknvwhidgC'l by tho proprietor: , J. H. Ham-', Whm, " Li''.Vr;'n.c .IniiNAiN'. TVtiton. " Dr. N. 0. CAntaB, Tol'.ito, " . W. A. Nklsonv Kicuville, " VJ. l.MINARH, Jahlppil, " . JokI C. .u:i;iin, Xow Ywk 'City, N. Y. i i Adjouu.ned. Tho Legislature ail" journcd on MonJuy last. This wo think a flood move, as it would be useless to pass any more laws, when those we al ready have cannot lo enforced. Cleveland and Pucktown Haii.uoao. Tho Legislature passed tho lill last wools, giving further r.id to this rond to the amount of' $200,CC6. This will insure the commencement of the road during tho present Spring. Bar.): er. ' Wo learn, from farmer.-) that tho wheat crops id generally looking' well iu thin section of country, and a hundsomo'yicld is very promising. Also that the....

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 20 March 1868

liirm Worlc ibi 3itrli. . Thokoixh Drainage.- Wc re gard this to be the very substratum, the foundation stone of farm econ omy, of success, of a renovation, and urge our friends to do all pos sible toward placing every acre within the fence cultivated or meadow lands, or pasture fields under a perfect drainage. . Manures and Manuring. This though not next in importance, is so very important as to be placed aide by side with the first and sec ond duty, so we say, make this a daily duty, neglect not to save ev erything that decays, everything that will add to the manure heap, for it iu the "Savings Bank," in truth of the fanner, and.not under control of a corporation, which is said to have no soid. Commercial manures, such as, guano, phospatc and bones in any preparation, will pay a large profit, provided they arc pure, yet we do not see why the fanner should pay freight and large charges on mere earth; better pro cure the pure article and manipu late at home. Apply manure free ly and...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 16 April 1868

; 5 j Viii i.: nil r f t,, i . . . . I 4 M 11 U (ill L. MI. SWEETWATER, TENN., APRIL 16, 1868. - , Volume 1 lVumlcfr 87.1 ... , Trice, Yciir InAdvnnooi .TVESsOi i .H j H V N II El IJ MI H H U M li IQ ' El H El y r.'.r - 7 1 i i Til VORFRl'NN'KH IH Pl'HI.ItfllKb EVKKT" FMJUT At Two DotlnvH it Year, Puynltlo In Advance. No attention rinid to orders for the paper Unless ocorapanled by the Cosh. AdTeriisements will bo charged $1.00 per Km are of ten linen, or lens, for the first iniiertion, and 50 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to parties wlio dTert'ue by the jer. . Venions finding advertiriements bIiouIJ murk the numbeFfcr tiiiicii tlicy desire them innertel, or they will bo continued until forbid and barged accordingly. Xrnnaiout adrertincmcnta must bo paid for at the time of Insertion. , ?f, Coinaiunioutionn, - "' 'W insertion, must bo accompanied by th; of the Authors. ''A'curiou!'pojuiug chho is under inves tigation in Lafayette, Ind.. A nwlicious woman fed st...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 16 April 1868

Jformmntr. Sweetwater, Thursday, April 16,1888. XVinl ol'.TeftVivou ZHivIm. A new indictment has been fotiud against Mr, lJavis, which embraces nnrocrous upeciJicatiorw of overt nets of levying war against the United States. The second day of May has been fixed for his ffial, and though people generally had gotten to believe that there was no probability of his convic tion, it may turn out very different ly. The new indictment looks as if work were intended, and if An drew Johnson is convicted and re moved, his punishment may be epeedily followed by that of Mr. Davis. There are those in the country who will never be appeas ed but by the blood of the ex-Confederate leader; time seems to have no softening influence with them. The managers of the im peachment trial may find it an easy matter, next month, to give that class a very fair chance of being gratified. The Impeachment. The trial of President Johnson was resumed on Thursday last. Judge Curtis, for the defence, opened in a speec...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 16 April 1868

m ' JU (Prom tha Cincinnati Timet. . 1.1SAMTT AND SUICIDE.. Thomas Uanlon, the gymnast, who fel) recently iu Louisville, arrived hero yester- j I i I uuy, luaiw, acuiimpiiiiiou uy iwu uuyst whom he tried to kill and then drown himself. He was finally arceetod aud lodg ed in jail, hut was no boisterous that h was koyt paciaod at intervals with the; greatest difficulty. Air. biminons, the jailor, brought biu his dinner, ou a pewter plate, which. h soiiod, broke in two pieces, and attempted ta cut his throat with the two ed jes. Fearing he" would bang himself on some iron hooks in tho ceiling, the jailor remov ed him to another cell, where ho heat a fel low prisoner. He was again moved to an other coll lined with board, und contain ing no furniture. On the floor woro irou lieathtgvpvpcs, with a largo brass nut projecting at a jointure. When left ulono in this coll he attempted to commit suicido by a method of which none but a gymnast would think. He sprang into the air about five fect,...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 16 April 1868

Jgritiilturnl anVSonustic. " A. Cool Jtotation. The following rotation of crops, adopted by 1'ctcr Ilodsou, of Wn icc, Cauigii county, New York, although t-inrilar to that in use by sonic other farmers, is so good for retaining or increasing the fer tility of land, that c think it wor thy of being presented to the con sideration of such of our readers as may desire to make improvement in this particular. The soil, on which this rotation is used, is a good medium loam, neither very light nor of the heaviest or strong rst character. First year Corn on sod. Second year Uailcv, followed oy clover, not cut nor pastured, but allowed to rot down. Third year Clover plowed un der when full grown, and after pulverizing tho top of the inverted sod with a two-horse cultivator, sowing with wheat. l'ourth year Wheat. Fifth year Clover and Timothy meadow. Sixth year Pasture, It will be seen that only two til lage crops are allowed in succes sion, the owner remarking that three always makes the lan...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 30 April 1868

6 Is 11 Ml It M II II U t! H O M BY HUGH L. FRY. TEID1S t UC FORSIU'NNKH 1H Pl ilt.lHIIKI) I .Lt Two Dollar I rVKRT TllfllSDAT 'H a x car, luyallo in Advniu'o. Idp Xo attention paid to ortlern for the paper unlurii avompanicd hv the l'ab. AjTeniscincnti) will be charged 81.00 per equare of ten lined, or lens, for the first insertion, and 50 cent for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to parties who advertise by the year. Persona sending advertisements should mark the niuuhcr of times the desire them inserted, or they will he continued until forbid and charged accordingly. Transient advertisements must be paid for at the timo of insertion. Communion: ion , to secure insertion, must be accom)anipd by the nanie of the authors. A young English baronet is about to marry a waitross in a Glasgow restaurant. New York's new post office is to cover two aorc9 of ground. Sailors in tlio French navy must shavo their mustaches. A. T. Stewart, the New Yok merchant, employs Judgo Hilton to ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 30 April 1868

Sfa Jforcruiflitr. S wootwator, Thursday, April 30, 1SQ3. RADICALISM, The" country did not need tiro develop ments of tlio jmst few weeks to coavinoo ft that the Radical party has long been emisjdring a'gahwt tbo constitutional gov ernment of onr fathers Titer reckless) and wicked leaders of this party long ago be came satisfied that their only hopo yf con tinued success lay in keeping alive thoso hatreds nnd sectional animusitioj tliiuli Kadir-alism originated and which it has almost succeeded in making indelible. .Wt'rtutiemir restraint, in any degree, i,i fl burden which revolutionary parties cau not bear, and the rapid strides which Rad icalism has made in tho direction of un bridled lie 'H50, since it becamo tho con trolling political power of tho country, has startled nnd alarmed every truo pa triot. Tho history of thru party since-tho close of the war can be summed up as a wild effort to secure permanently tho po sition which it had attained by fraud. The various acts passed ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 30 April 1868

WE ET WATER: uimlay, Api-ii :iv, ISMIW. Agents for tho Fororannor. Tht fulluwina lmincd gentlemen arc uuthoriicd ha act as Atfenu f'r live KuuKUixxtu. Thoir receipt foi' subscriptions will 1)0 luknuwlcded by tlie proprietor: . E, E. Citimru, M.idlsouville, Tenu. J. 11. Sams, Lo.idun, " Lit'ATKTTt; Juii..s, Bcuton. " Dr. X. U. I'Aitrut, Tcllito, " . Rev. W. A. Nu.s..s, Uk-cville, " Dr. Lkoxauii, Julappn, " Jons C. Vauuiix, 'cw York" City, X. Y. As we urc uow ut a considerable expense iu building i priutiug cEicc, wo aro again forced to call upon thoso who uro indoltcd to us for subscriptions, &c. All suuh will greatly obligo us by .calling and paying thoir accounts, or by remitting tbo amounts through tho mull By paying $1 33 additional, nil thoso who commenced w ith tho small size of tho paper will roceivo the Forerunner uutil tho 15th of .March, 18C9. Thoso who havo not availed themselves of this op portunity still havo tho privilego of doing tsd. (fj- Tho spirit of improvement...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 7 May 1868

u 'BY HUGH L. FEY. sweetwater; tenn.; may 7, 1868. Volume INnmber 30. Frice 0SS cai- ln Advauo Til KOKKRUNMKB IS PUBLISH Kl EVERY THUBSDAT A.t Two Dollm-H it Year, Faynblolu Adranooi .' CJ No attention paid to order for th paper Udlcws acompnnietl by tlie Cash, Advertisements will bo charged 91.00 per square of ten lines, or Icwj, for the tirnt iuertion, ' and 50 cents for each eontiniiitni-e. A liberal deduction made to parties who advertise by the year. : Persons sending advertisements should marie the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged aocordinsly. . Transient advertisements must be paid for at , the time of insertion. Communications, to sccuro Insertion, must be accompauiod by the name of the authors. Mrs. Ilurrictte Bcnham Prontico, wife of (3 oo. D. f ronticc, editor of the Louis villo Journal, died Sunday morning. Gen. Roussoau, who arrived in Wash ington, Saturday, wade the trip from Ore gon across tho plains iu less...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 7 May 1868

Jfcrcrunncr. Sweetwater Thursday, May 7, 1888. i OHIO LAVS. : By. tins nirrage law, of Ohio, recently passed, no man in allowed to voto who lias u "distinct or visible admixture of Afri can blond in Lis veins," and any judge of election who receives the rote of such person 'Shall, on conviction, bo imprison "ed Tirtho"- coni)ty"jail not more than five months, Hot less than one mouth," and bo "liable to civil uctkm for a penalty in the .Mini of five hundred dollar, which may bo brought against him by any doctor of v lliotoimty or district in which the vote ,was received." When a person suspected of having negro blood in his reins applies "to tote ho shall answer the following questions on oath j . . 1. In what State were you born, and when, and 'where ? 2. Wore your pnronts married? and, if (,.. when and whore ? 3. Had your parents, or either of them, an admixture of African blood ? ; -1. Who wore your grand-parents, and whore did they live? and were they mar- , riud ? and had thoy o...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 7 May 1868

SWEETWATER: Tlmrsltty,i May W08. Agents for the Fororunnor. The fuMowMiliartiojgfiitlcmcit(iTuihi)fhol to act a Agents for tlio Fohkrunnkk. Thvir receipt tot suUcrlptjoiis will be acknowledged by the proprietor: K. E. Uimmit .'Mnrfiswmllc', Tenn. 'J. H. Savs, Loh'dua t J.-T Y : " LaFaykttk J.iiixs.i.v, Benton. " Dr. N. 0. Cahtkk. Tellicov ' Rev. W. V. Nei Rjotfville, ',' . Dr. Lkuxahu, i Jaltippa,, ' "':' ., V . ' John (J. Vaiiin; New Fork 'CltN. Y. Try soul! of that "Nuvy Tobacco" jiint open ed at Grant's. It U oftho beat quality.' !' Fatal Ai-cidknt, On Wednesday morning a negro boy named Henry Pettitt, aged about thirteen years', was found lying dead 0 the rail road track, ueurly jn front pf the depot at thin place. Hid boly was iu a' terribly mangled condition. 'Two or three dilyg ago-hb 'had eut denvorcd to utow liunaelfon one of the trucks of a panning train uud thus secure a free' ride1 to ' Knoxvillc, but be was discovered and removed doubtless iu .trying , the ganw experime...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 7 May 1868

"' be forerunner. Sweetwater, Tborsdary, May 1, 1868. .: ' YEAH PSALM 01 LIFE". Tell im not in idle jingle, "tinrriaq h an empty dream!'' For the eiti k ileiul that's sisghv And jprte are not what tWj secrov Life in real f Iffor kr ewrrtetit f Single blosjeJtfoss a ftb 5 . "Man thou art, tot man retitnieat," s been spoken of thu rib. Lifo is long sod youth Is fleeting, And our heart, though light mod guy, , Will, like pleasant drams', are heating Wedding inarvhes on the way. Lives of married folks remind ns We can live our livce-tw welt, And departing, leave behind iih, fitch exnmples ns shull '-tell ;" fti'ch examples that another, , ; " Wasting tinrt in idle sport, A forlorn, unmarried bether, Seeing, shall trtte1 hciwt and court. How to Break Cattle to" Lead. Take two animals of about equal sixe and strength, and tie thcin together with a strong rope by placing one end around the horns of one animal and the other end 11 round the horns of the other, and make them fast, as for lea...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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