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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 February 1871

V . 1 . - . ; n : i r it ); . Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, -will secure Happiness to the People. VOL. II. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1871. NO; 23. - 1 ' ' . ' lie. 1- mnld mta ftrilmuc. PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUKSDAY BY DR. C. WIIEELEU V DR. 51. S. 1TCAIIOXEY'. TERMS: $2 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAL JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND Collecting Mtni JONESBOROUGH, TINNESSEE. "Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. 70nov3-mG H'H. IftOERIU.., Oriwnevillo. Tenn. F. W. E'imt, Jonesboro, Ten. Attorneys & Solicitors, Succeed to all the law business of Wm. Henry Maxwell, Esq. in East Tennessee. 70dec22ui3 J. B. M'LIX. K. I" BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, jkttomtm tit AXI Collecting Agents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention Riven to all business entrusted to in throughout the counties comprising Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octl3-ly THOS. H. REEVES, SMtfltMvn at 3? air, JO.HSI$ORO TEXX., WILL attend to ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 February 1871

WtwxXA titft 7Ti !-. PUBLISHED EVERY TnUKSDAY BY Dr. C H11EELER A nr. FI. S. 9IAIIOX12T THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1871. Editorial Correspondence. , Washinoton, February C, 1871. nox. b, b, bctler. The investigation of the charges against this gentleman by the Criminal Court of the District of Columbia has resulted in so complete a failure to establich anything of a criminal nature against him as to as tonish even his friends ; not that he has been proved innocent, but that so grave a charge should have been preferred against a man in his position without even the bhadow of proof to sustain it. There is considerable indignation express ed by members of Congress and oth era against the parties who have been instrumental in getting up these char ges, and it is thought by many that the affair will not be allowed to ter minate here, but on the contrary, will ne - cewitate a change in some Departments of the Pension Bureaus and perhaps the re moval of the Commissioner himself. The result on t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 February 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. -TERMS FOR 'ADVERTISING. Square one insertion 1 00 " Each subsequent insertion.... 75 " Three Months, 5 00 SiX " ,.8 00 1 "One Year .12 00 1 Column One Year 25 00 ' . " ; 40 00 i 75 00 I 140 00 ALL. advertisements due when inserted, unless upon special agreement. Where the number of insertions is not marked, advertisements will be inserted " til for bid," and charged accordingly. For the announcement oi candidates for State Offices 10; County, $5; Municipal, 3, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1871. Rhea K.dgn Xo. 47. ' Regular Meetings every Monday night. Our Market Reports. We publish, corrected weekly, the Mar ket Reports from Lynchburg. Va., Atlan ta. Ga.. Chattanoora. Tenn.. togetner with our Home Market. These reports are furnished us by thorough business men, and are reliable. To Advertisers- Frequently we are so pressed for room that we are compelled to leave out for a week, one or more of our yearly adver tiscmcnts. That these advertisers may...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 February 1871

gncn Prepare for Spring:. From the Country Gentleman. At this the winter season of the year, much can be done toward helping on the labor that will flood the farmer and' gar dener in . spring. -, Many pleasant days will shine out through the face of old winter, and during such times fences can be repaired buildings altered and fixed up ; the manure and compost heap added to; trees, vines and plants trimmed, mulched and clean out generally ; stakes for vines and raspberries got out and hau led and painted and put under shelter. In fact, the farmer and gardener need har dly be idle a single day ; and the long nights are sufficient for reading- and re creation. Every farmer and gardener should have a workshop with a stove in it, and a loft overhead, where he can put timber to season, which is suitable to make rwivil and double trees, hoe, rake, spade and fork handles, axle trees, bolsters, sli- " ders. tongues, etc etc, He should have a tool-chest with the ordinary tools for such work,...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 February 1871

i; h p. ;: UU'-'i ' , t j , : - r. A . 5 'Y.l li"ff -HI ' -' . -. r ..!..-.: .;;! . r Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. yol. rr. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1871. NO. 24. .. -j it-35'- ' . ; ; : 7." " , : .-..l ribii;iie. I lor a fremiti aud ritoiuc. rUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY BY C. WHEELER & u DR. M. S. ITIAIIONET. TERMS: $2 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAL- JOHN ALLISON, JR., .ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND ; (Collecting gcnt, - JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. -''Prompt attention given to the . XJollection of Claims. 70nov3-mC a H- II. IOfBOtI., OreBnevill. Tnn. F. W. Eiijrm, Jonesboro, Ten. ,1f3QSKSLL & EARNEST. Attorneys & Solicitors, ' Succeed toall the law business of Win. Ilenrr Maxwell, Esq. in Kast Tennessee. J. 11. M'LIN". B. L. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, at ffoto, M rtwns , AND I Collecting jVgcnts, JjONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Pkompt attention given to all business entrusted to in throughout the counties .ii...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 February 1871

1 '1 (? ft if i ! . i B 1 v; t l-l ".: 1 i ' Ml If: 1 i 1 PUBLISHED EVT.KY TITCRSDAY BY Dr. C WIIECLER V Dr. S. 9IAIIOXET. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1871. Editorial. Correspondence. Washington, February 13, 1871. , SOUTHERN OUTRAGES. The special Senate Committee appoint ed to make an investigation into affairs at the South, has held daily sessions during the last two weeks, and has examined a large number of witnesses. Those alrea dy examined have uniformly testified to the existence of the organization known as the Ku Klux Klan, and hare made eome startling disclosures in regard to its operations. It is said the outrages com mitted by this lawless band have been . carried to an extent never before dreamed of, even by those living in the immediate 'vicinity of their operations. It is only after seeing the sworn statements of the different witnesses that an idea can be formed of their magnitude. Governor Holden will be examined in a few days and a large number of witness will here after...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 February 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Square one insertion, 1 00 Each subsequent insertion .... 75 " Three Hontlis, 5 00 14 Six 44 8 00 1 44 One Year 12 00 I Column One Year 2 00 40 00 . . 75 Of) 9 in All advertisements due when inserted, unless iijwn special agreement. here the number ot' insertions is not marked, advertisements will he inserted "til for bid," and chained accordingly. For tlie announcement ot candidates tor State Office. $10; County, 85; Municipal, 3. invariably in advance. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1C, 1871. Rhea L.lK" 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. Our Market Reports. We publish, corrected weekly, the Mar- ket Reports from Lynchburg. Va., Atlan ta, Ga., Chattanooga, Tenn.. together with our Home Market. These reports are furnished us by thorough business t men, and are reliable. To Advertisers- $ Frequcntls' we are so pressed for room tt hat we are compelled to leave out for a week, one or more of our yearly adver tisements. That these advertisers may Jia...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 February 1871

') 1 iYvti'itt4vrtt Tennessee Products. Tennessee has 6,7.05,333 acres of im proved land, and 13,873,828 acres of un improved land. ' ' : ' The corn crop of Tennessee, for 1870 is estimated at 47,500,000 or an average of twentj bu&hels per acre. ' The potato crop is put down at 100,- 000,000 bushels, or an average yield of cfty bushels per acre. I3utter 10,000,000 pounds, at an av erage value of 25 cents per pound, mak ing an aggregate value of $2,500,000 v neat t,7ou,uuu bushels ; average per acre, about eight and a half bushels. uata 3.3UU.UUO bushels ; average yield per acre sixteen and one-seventh bushels per acre. Tobacco 35, 000,000, or an average of 510 pounds per acre. , : "We believe in going to the bottom of things, and therefore in deep plowing and enough of it. All the better iflt be a sub- toil plow. , . We believe the soil loves to eat as well as the owner, and ought therefore to be well manured. At the great plow factory of B. F. Avery, Louisville. Ky., they turn ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 February 1871

I era Fin V A ibune t f r Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. NO. 25. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1871. TOL. II. a ' QtxM ana (Lvumnc, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DK. in. S. ITIAIIOXEY. ' TEIiViS: 62 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAL.. JOHN ALLISON, 'JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, (CoUctthm agent, TnvP5PnpniT.il. TENN ESSE E. -Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. 70nov3-in" . II- II. IjmtUH"""-. w Jrwsncvillo, Tenn. y. w. Kipm, Jom-Hboro, Ten. ' 0HG)J1SLL & SAFEST. Attorneys & Solicitors, Sncceedtoall the law business of Win. Il.' nry Maxwell, Esq. in East Tennessee. -?. 7odee2:Jm"J ,'j.B.tfUX. K.L.RLAIK. ; M'LIN & BLAIR, AND Collecting Agents, 4JONESBORO', TENNESSEE. I'HOMI'T attention given to all business entrusted tons throughout the counties ! i-omprMng Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7(fccti:J-iy THOS. H. REEVES, SUtonivn at ;ur, C "" JOXI-KBOKO, TEXX., "VVII L attend ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 February 1871

PUBLISHED EVEItY THURSDAY BY Dr. C. YFIIEEL.ER A Dr. M. S. WAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1871. TOO ITCUCII POLITICS. The people of Tennessee have had a sur feit of political excitement in the past fix years, much to the detriment ot their ma terial prosperity. The time has come when we should turn our attention to something more immediately connected with our domestic interests. The habit of , connecting every enterprise, whether so cial, industrial or educational, with Borne pcheme for the advancement of some po litical huxtcrs private interests have be come so common that we look with suspi cion upon every man who undertakes any thing new, believing that there must be some political intrigue at the bottom of it. For this reason many enterprises which might have been ot great value to the peo ple, fall to the ground lor want of a united effort on the part of those immediately in terested. "We have too many politicians and not enough of earnest, hard working men, ambitious to exc...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 February 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Square one insertion, 1 00 " Each subsequent insertion .... 7; "Three Months, 5 00 t4 " 8 00 1 One Year J? Of) 1 Column One Year " , It ........... ....-U ' " i 4. .'." 7 00 J ...140 00 ALL advertisements due when inserted, unless upon special agreement. "Where the number of insertions is not marked, advertisements will be inserted "til for bid," and charred accordingly. For the anuoiinceineut ol candidates tor State Offices, 10; County, $5; Municipal, $3, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1871. Rhea. TLedge IV. 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. To Advertisers Frequently we are to pressed for room that we are compelled to leave out for a week, one.or more of our yearly adver tisements. That these advertisers may have the benefit of a full compliance with the contract fifty-two insertions we carefully take account of the omissions and make them up the succeeding year. Advertisers may rely upon the faithful lischarge of all...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 February 1871

lYVtiMtlrltvnt i Plowing. It should be a rule that the trace9 to the gears of the team should be as short as poi Bible, without impeding the freedom of the step of the horte, for the nearer they are to the point of draught, the less force will , be required to draw the plow. The tall est horse should walk in the furrow to keep the double-tree as level as possible, , ana me team must ne Kept comer at as regular aud emart a gait as the nature of the work will admit ; they are thus bet ter managed, and the draught will be liclit er than if walking slow, and by due at tention to this particular, heavy soil will . cling less to the plow, and the operation 1 a ma . I will seem pleasant, and tree. I here is st certain taste in plowing, as well as many other things, - a Bort of tact acquired by ' instinct, and a slight- movement of the hands will keep the plow right, while a 6werring, clumsy plowman, without per- . ception, will be constantly letting the plow with every unsteady movement of...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 March 1871

' Hesty if Pnrposo knd Equal Rights to all Men, wl secure Happiness t6 the People. VOL. II. HIXi:sll(lilir(ill, TKXXI-SSKE, Till KS1.AY. MAUI H A 7-- published :'vkky thcksday by DR. C WIIEFXER A ' ." DR. -TI. 5. MAIIOXET. TEKM3: 82 00 per Annum in advance, PROFESSIONAL JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND (Collecting gcnt, JONESBOROUG II, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. 70nov!l-mC It- II. I.OER'LL, Oreeneville, Ten a. Jonexboro, Ten. EARNEST, Attorneys & Solicitors, Succeed to all the law business of Win. Henry Maxwell, Esq. in East Tennessee. 70dec22iii3 J. B. M'MJf. K. L. BLAIK. M'LIN & BLAIR, nt ?Cato, jttorittns AND Collecting Agents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. ' Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to us throughout the counties comprising Upper E.it Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octi:My THOS. H. REEVES, attorurn at Jatt jo.m:skoro te.v, Vi'UAj attend to matter- eoimected with the ptin.liase of Keal Estate, Settling ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 March 1871

crntrt ami Sribnuc. PUBLISHED-KYRY THURSDAY BY Dr.CWIIEELERA ' Dr. M. S. OTAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1871. VOTE FOR FREE SCHOOLS. rrrDa the second Saturday in this month, (March) the voters of "Washington Conn- tywfll beVcalled upon to decide at the .ballot-box whether or not we are to have ' a tax levied for the support of Free Schools This is the only means left us by which we can hope to secure Free Education for 'the' children of those among us who are unable to pay for it. The proposed tax J is at the rate of two mills on the dollar, or two dollars on each one thousand dol 'lars worth of taxable property. As there la one thousand dollars worth of proper 1 ty exempt by law from taxation, this tax ' will only reach a comparatively email A portion of our citizens, and yet, it will amount in the agregate to about Eight 1 Thousand Dollars, which with the Poll Tax will give us nearly Ten Thousand Dollars for school purposes. This tax will only fall upon those who are best able Xto ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 March 1871

s HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Square one Insertion 1 00 Each subsequent insertion .... 75 Three Months, 5 00 Six 8 00 1 "One Year 12 00 1 rnlnmn One Year 25 00 I .4 40 00 75 00 44 ....140 00 a t x. ir-rtiampnt flue when inserted. unless upon special agreement. Where the number of insertions is not marked, advertisements will be inserted " til for bid," and chareed accordingly. For the announcement o! candidates tor State Offices, ilO; County, 5; Municipal, t3, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, MARCH 2. 1871. Xhea Lsdgi Tf: 4T. Regular Meetings every Monday night. To Advertisers Frequently we are so pressed for room that we are compelled to leave out for a week, one. or more or our yearly adver tisements. That these advertisers may .. . f . " - .11 It. nnn ..-Wll nave tne Dcneiic ui iuncuuiiiauvi; ..... the contract fifty-two insertions we carefully take account of the omissions -Cnd make them up the succeeding year. .Advertisers may rely upon the faithful J!icharge of ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 March 1871

7 A SRcratf of the Id the the sU Lota lor uiea- ' A I regard as the eneral cultivation from fotoniac to the Gulf of Mexico. It withstands the lrosts or our most igor- ous winters, and veil endures the heat of our hot and frequently very dry Bummers yielding a fair return for cultivation on moderately good soil, and a most abun dant yield on that well manured. It furnishes a good pasturage during the winter months, and if stock be removed from it at the proper time in r-pring. it 3 ields an early and bountiful crop of choice Lay in May and June. So acceptable is the hay to the best judge of a good arti cle, the well fed and dainty horse, that if we place in the rack before him a mixture of that from clover, timothy, herds grass blue grass and orchard grass, he will first select the stems of the latter, supposing all to have been cut at the proper stage for curing the best forage. This is the Dactylic glomerata of bot anists, the cock's foot grass of the English farmers ; in this coun...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 March 1871

i ; Herald. 1 FIDO no ; Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. VOL. II. gtcrnltl autl ffritarac. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DR. n. S. MAIIOXEY. t'ERMS: $2 00 per Annum in advance. ' PROFESSIONAL- Jt)HN ALLISON, JR., ATTOENEYAT LAW, JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the VUlAOli WAV. v 70nov3-mG . W. Earfit, Joneboro, Tea. lrenville, Tenn. "BMaiaSOLL DIMMEST, Attorneys & Solicitors, Succeed to all the law business of Win. Henry Maxwell, Esq. in East Tennessee. ; 70dec22m3 J. B. M'MN. R. .. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIE, Stiorntps at fate. AND Collecting Agents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. PbompT attention given to nil business entrusted to us throughout the counties comprising Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octi3-iy tsThT"keeves, attornrn at nv, !- - J" JOX1SBORO. TEX.V., TV ILL attend to matters connected with : the purchase of Ileal Estate, Settling . Estates, Collecting Debt?, &e. Office l!n-Stairs,...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 March 1871

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAT BT Dr. C WHEELER Ac Dr. w. s. MAnoxrr. THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1871. OUR SCHOOL. INTEREST. TVe trus the friends of Education will be wide awake on Saturday next, tbat Toe ing the day fixed for the election to de cide on the question of a tax for the sup port of common schools in the county. Our neigboring county of Greene has already voted a tax for this purpose and the peo ple so far as we know are well satisfied with it. Shall Washington County, the old est county in the State.be behind her sister counties in providing free education? Let the masses speak out at the ballot box on Saturday next, and let the verdict be Free Schools. We can have them if we will, and have them we must. The man who votes against free schools votes to bury the bright intellect of your children in a cloud of ignorance. No man who possesses a particle of pride in his sec tion will vote against it. Our people are asking for immigration. They are eager to sec an influx of capital, skille...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 March 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Square one Insertion, 1 00 Each subsequent insertion .... 73 ' " Three Months, 5 00 4 8 00 1 "One Year 12 00 Column One Year 2o 00 ,4 ..................." 0) 1 4. 44 75 00 f 44 44 140 00 ALL advertisements due when inserted, unless upon special agreement. AN here the number of inM-rtious is not marked, advertisement will be inserted " til for bid," and charged accordingly. For the announcement ot candidates tor State Offices, tlO; County, $3; Municipal, $3, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 1871. Rhea Lodge No. 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. r aTaTaTT T To Advertisers Freqnently we are so pressed for room that we are compelled to leave out for a week, one or more of our yearly adver tisements. That these advertisers may have the benellt of a full compliance with the contract fifty-two insertions we carcful.y take account of the omissions and make them up the succeeding year. Advertisers may rely upon the faithful discharge...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 March 1871

g T.' r . , . -' i ' 1 Q mt.Mtttmt What Farmers Caiinvt Conceal, . A poor farmer cannot conceal the fact 'that be" is a' poor farmer. Alibis sur roundings proclaim the verdict against him ; bis horses, cattle, wagons, harness, plows, fence, fields even hia wife and children bear silent, but unmistakable t evidence against him. On the other hand, all things will testify favorably on behalf of the good farmer to do his best for the sake of his own character, as well as inter est ; foe he may rest assured that every passer-by will pronounce judgment accord ing to the evidence. Liberality in Farming. In this art, and almost in this art alone, "it is the liberal hand which maketh rich." t Liberality in providing utensils is the faving of both time and labor. The more Eerfect his instruments, the more profita le they are. , So, also, it is with his working cattle, and his stock. Tho most perfect in their kinds are ever the most profitable. " Liberality in good barns and warm shel ters, is...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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