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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 12 November 1868

AW W7 wvw Ay BY II. L. FHY tub firkmjxxkb is i'i m.isii::i every Thursday 'At Two Dollar) ti Year, riyjillo in Advance. Q Xo attention paid to orders for the paper unle.su ncoiupanied ny tlio Cash. Adveniseuieutti will be charged 81.00 per aqmrcof ten 1 inert, or less, Cor the first insertion, an 1 51) cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to parties who advertise by the year. Versons sending advertisements should mark the number of tinier they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until turbid uud charged accordingly. Transient advertisements must be paid for at the time of insertion. Communications, to secure insertion, must be fcnnip inieil by the n-nno of the authors. 1' It A N K 15 OG A II T , M. 1) I n y i a i a u , S W E E T W A T E 11 , T ENN., V'&nLL devote his entire attention to the practice of medicine in its various departments, nov3J 'l!7 ' 9 tf. It. F. SCRUGGS, M. 1)., 1'ltynlcian and Hiirgcon, SWEKTWATKR .....TENNESSEE. npEXDKRS his profe...

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. — 12 November 1868

Sit i crtrwmtr. 8weetwater, Thursday, Nov. 12, 1888. After the Election. Now that tho question is settled as to tho next Presidency, we hope much of tbe bitterness whicn has exi.sted between tbo opposing parties, particularly in Tennes see, may be laid at rust forever. The De mocracy of tho North, to whoso strength alone we of the South have looked for success in an effort to chango the political complexion of our government, have boon fairly beaten at the ballot-box. They willingly acknowledge thoir dofear, and, while doubtless disposed to deplore tho result, they have too much judgment and too much regard for the welfaro of the country to do otherwise than give it unre servedly such acquiescence as is due from tho defeated party. And every good cit izen, individually, owes tbe same acquies cence to tho decision which has been made. We do not moan that because our party has been outnumbered ut tho polls, wo should renounce our principles and adopt those of the majority, simply be c...

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. — 26 November 1868

BY-II." L. FRY - - - TEUMSi TOR FOBKRDNNKH IS PCULISHKD EVERY THCRSDAT At Two Dolltii'H a Year, r.yablo in Advance. IC7" No attention paid to orders for the paper unload iiconip uiicJ hy the Cash. Atver.lscmcntii will ' bo charjwl $1.00 per square of ten lines, or less, fortho first insertion, uJ 50 cents for eui-li continuance. A liberal deduction made to parties who advertise by the year. ; ' " , ' " ' Persona sen-Hit; advertisements should mark the number of times they ilesirn them inserted, or they will be contiuued until forbid and charged accordingly. Transient advertisements must be paid for at the tiiuo of insertion. Communications, to secure insertion, must be accompanied by the name of tho authors. l)t jforcrnnmr. Sweotwator, Thursday, Nov. 23, 1838. It i understood that Colonel II. K. Byrd, of Kingston, has accepted the appointment of Revenue Collector for this District. (J3r Mrs. Rhea, who wai shot by her husband in Sullivan county about ten days ago, was not fatally inj...

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. — 26 November 1868

Sbcrcnnnttr. , Sweetwater, Thursday, Not. 28, 1889. Grant's Policy. Since the electiou the papers generally have had a great deal to say about the ' probable character of General Grant's ad ministration. Everything possible for him, in the way of g)verumental policy, has been predicted. But theae foretell ing have, us a rule, no more substantial ground thau the hopes or fears of their, authors. We do not believe any one knows what the new President's plans or intentions are. He is evidently a man of his own head, and will moat probably, as he has intimated, be governed by circumstances, reserving to himself the right of judging what those circumstance require. The people do not know that he is in favor pf or opposed to the reconstruction laws ; that ho is for or against negro suff rage : or how far, if at all, his conscience will allow him to go "outside of tho Con stitution" after ho Las taken the oath of office. They do know t'w he is a man of in domitable will; that his personal ...

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. — 26 November 1868

I ..STOEIWATER:.:: Thursday, Nov. SO, IWOgi. Agenta for the Forerunner. The following named gentlemen are authoriied to set M Agents for the Forkrusner. Their receipt for aubscriptions will be acknowledged by the proprietor: E. E. Griffith, Madisonville, Tenn. J. H. Sams, Loudon, ' . LaFatktts Johnson, Benton. " Dr. N. 0. Cartkr, Tellico, " Rer. W. A. Nklson. Ricevillo, Dr. Lokabi, Jalappa, " Milton Kilfatrick, Ducktowa, " M. F. Brtaxt, " " John C. Vaughn, New Tjprk City, j Tins issue of the Forerunner has been gotten up under the most unfavo-able cir cumstance. The proprietor, having been ta ken suddenly with an internal improvement fit, bat kept everything in the offico turned upside down for the last two or three days. Standing on your head, knee-deep- in shavings, with the confounded noise of hammers aud saw all around you and in you and through you is very discorabobonting to anybody but a wood-butcher, and 1 peculiarly tormenting to ono who is un dertaking the dilfioult an 1 d...

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. — 26 November 1868

ttt iorcrar.ncr. Thursday, Nov.. CO, IW08. FALLING LEAVES. They are falling, klowly falling, Thick U.on the foret side, StvercJ from the nolle branches, Whero they waved la beauteous pride, They are falling la tie villevs, Where the curly violets spring, And the bird in pleasant plvcea Fir it their dulcet musio sin. They are falling, sadly falling, ' Close beside our cotnjte dcor ; Pale and faded, like the bvo 1 ones, They have g)ne ;rever more. They are railing, and the sunbeams SUtno in lenity soil around ; Yet thu fa led leaves are f.;lliug, Falling on the mossy grouul. They are falling on the strcamUt, Where the bilvery water flow, And u;on the placid bosom, Onward with blue water go. They are falling in the churchyard, Where our kindred sweetly sleep, Where the idle wind of summer SoMy o'er the loved ones swsep. They are fallinz, ever falling. When the winter breeze sigh, When the stars in heairy gli.-ten Bright upon tho mi lnig'itsky. They aro falling when the tempest Mjans li...

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. — 10 December 1868

BY II. L. FRY. SWEETWATER, TENN., DECEMBER 10, 1868. Voliiti c IINum1)pr O. rice, '-sj i Year in Advance. TEUMS I TUS roKEROMMIK 13 rOBLISHCD ITEXT TBDItSDAT At two Dollars a Year, ' Payable In Advance. IC7 No attention paid to order for the paper unless acompunioJ by the Caah. Adveriitiemeoti will be charged (1.00 per square of tea lined, or leae, for the firat inaertion, ani 51) cenU for each continuance. A liberal deduction mitdo to parties who advertise by tho year. Peraon aending advertiaeroeata should mirk the number of times they deaire them innertcd, r they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. Transient aclvuitidomcota must be paid for at the time of insertion. CommunioutionH, to sccuro insertion, tnuBt be accompanied by the numo of the authors. tj- The Southern Fire Insurance Com pany, of Nashville, proved to bo a regular Swindling concert!. Several citizens of Monroe county were victimized. (tJ- Chief Justice Chase, in setting aside the test oath as a qu...

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. — 10 December 1868

St'C Jfortnimur. Sweetwater, Thursday, Doc. 10, 1863. Congress. Congress met on Monday. As yet we lavo no Washington news this week,' but hope befuro going to press to receive tit least a synopsis of the President's Mes sage. , . s ; A great dul of interest is manifested in referenee to the legislation of Congress during this session. The financial and business afi'airs of the country are sadly in need of reformation, and almost every prominent man in Congress has some plan of his own by whieh ho expects this refor mation to be accomplished. Besides the questions of revenue and finance the attention of Congress will no I doubt be directed to the consideration of I the laws which have been recently enact- ed for the purpose of circumscribing the I power of the Executive. If the d.mii-j iiant party have that confidence in (!en- 1 oral Grant which they profess, it is more than probable that most of the restraints by which President Johnson has been ! surrounded will be removed. Rat it ...

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. — 10 December 1868

SWEETWATER: Tlnirsitny, Upo. (), lis4. Agents for the Fororunnor. The following named gcnllemon tire authoriied to net in Amenta lor t!io Forkdcxxkr. Their receipt for subscriptions will be acknowledged by tlio proprietor: K. K. UmrriTH, Madisonville, Tcun. .1. H. Sa, Loudon, " LaFatstts JuilNs,).v, Bcntoa. " Dr..N. U. Carteu, Tcllico, . Rev. W. A. Nti.sos-. Riecvillc, " Dr. Lkiinakh, Jalnppa, " Mn.T N- Kii.PATitd.'K, Dutktnwn, " M. 1". BtiYixr, " " Jons- C. VAfcuv, New York City, VysS" Those of our subscribers yvlio arc in arrears and avIio wish to continue taking the paper must before the FIRST OF JANU ARY, next, as at that time all de linquents' names will be dropped from our subscription list. Thu Literary .Suciuiii-'s ui Hiwaisoo College will enter upon an oratorical contest on the night of the lSt.li of December, on w hich oc casion an address will bo delivered to them by Protestor R. II. Ramsay, of Madisonville. On tho following Monday, Tuesday unl Wed nesday, tho examination...

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. — 10 December 1868

fflt icrtrnnntr. Sweetwater, Thursday, Deo.JlO, 1868. MARRIEDAT LAST. BT IXAl'I'K VINCKNT COfRTNtV. "Married at last !" they IK, An I thev Uufih at theoUh-h bride, And pity the handsome, stalely uian, In hi life's midsummer pride ; There are grey thread in lu-r hair, And a wrinkle on her brow, Put the happy suiilo that her childhood war U as bright and Joyous now. "Married at last!" Ah, yen! She has waited a Ion:, lon time. For this fame dark man, wiih his winning even, Wooed her in her girlhood" prime ; Uut gray haired m thor an 1 aire Were dependent on her love, So she turned from him nnd his costly home, With her faith in heaven above. And years passed one by one Till thev counted up fourteen : And then he caino for his promised bride, For no life w.n now between ; The grayhaire I parents Bleep In the churchyard near the shore, And their latent 'words were a blc.-sing breathed On their sweet child Lconore. "That h one old maid the lc.-s," Yon say as you lo-s your curls ; 'Twero w...

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. — 17 December 1868

If Ay V IT BY CHAIiLES M. FlSHEli. TKUMS; TUB rORKRl'NN'Ell IS I'Ull.lSUi:!) evert tiiwsdat .At two lillar. si Venr, P.iynllo in Advance. JC7 N'o iittontion paid to orders lor the paper tinier ileum p itiic-l iv the Cash. A tver.isemi'iits will be charged 81.01) per qu.irc ot' ton lines, or less, for the first insertion, an-laJcint for oudi continuance. A liberal deJuutiun uuJo to p.irtictt who advertise by thu jcar. Persons scn-lin; advertisements should mark tho number of times they desirn them imcrted, or the v will be continued until lorbid uud charged accordingly. T. a isieut ;iJvcr:Ueineuts must be paid for at the time of insertion. Coiuimiiiuatiou.i, to secure insertion, must le accompanied by the inline o; the authors. 3" lliu vuKb.'utuii orator, General W. T. Haskell, and his throa sons, Shepherd, "V ill iu in and Joshua, tire buried side by side in the graveyard ut Jackson, Tcn- UC:603. fcj The Kimxville hug market ranges fiom Gj; to 7 cents, according to weight. The total...

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. — 17 December 1868

tt jfcrtrenntr. Sweetwater, Thursday, Ucc. 17, 1SJ3. The President's Message. The grout length uf tho Riesmoir.'s Message precludes tin? fusibility of its bein published iu those column?. Ir is ?ncrally conceded by Civis;rvaiivi mid Iemociatic papers to !.e tl:e most able of Mr. Jolnisou's Merges. except ia srlf vindication, a:id perlmis a a roii-science-easiii iicratio:i, it was soaiecly iiuythin,; but a waste of paper, i;ik and time. About as littb :: ttontiuii an l re spect will bo paid to irs suesti ;is by t'.u Radical law makers as if ic had ema nated from Frank l!!air or Ueau Hick :nau. And a it looks bit: tor a Radical I 'oppress to coiitcuiptmHisIy snub a (.'on- ::: ialc; and voters will admire the performance and ridicule and condemn Mr. Johnson with more vigor, lut, it ...-i L'lc, less sense. The Na-hvillc I'uiou and American saysi 'the cogency ami uireotuess v!;ic:i i.as characterized all tho State papers of Mr. Johlisjii during his Presidential term, are eonsme'ioiis i;i...

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. — 17 December 1868

SWEETWATER: TliurtMlu.v, lr, IWOH. Agents for the Forerunner. The loiiowiug liuiueUgentlcnicu arc authorized to uot a Ageuis iur uio FoKUiCNSUt. ilicir receipts lor suiiscnpiiuus will lio acKuowlcdged by tue prupritilur: E. E. ukifmtii, Madisouville, Teun. J. 11. OA.US, Louuon, " IiAt'AVcTi'iii Juns.i.n, Beutou. " br.n.ii. CAHI'.tt, lelllco, " KoV. W. A. AtLSuX, KmsviIIc, " Dr. LttN.i:i, Juluppu, " i Marjs KiLfATtticiv, uajktown, " i m. r . uuvAxr, " " John C. Vaughn, New York City, tC" A proas ut otuer wuik bus cin 1 tiled us to issue this week rather snorter ra t.ons of rcadiug matter than usual. And ti.en our only lull grown printer liub le.t und gone to pructibing medicine, lie cxiccts however to Mart un "obituary coluniu" in tlie paper an noon as tlto people will give liim a eliuuce to work on them sutiieicntly. Altlinutjli tlu Uiiristnusas aro be gi:iuiug to come a little too clone together for old folks liko ourself, we litive no doubt the next week seenis prospectively almos...

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. — 17 December 1868

Ebc formnnur. 8weetwater, Thursday, Leo. 17, IS68. TITETobTS'TEPs"dp" DECAY." The following it a translation from r.n ancient Fp&nish poem, uhlch, says the Edinburg Rc tiew, is surpassed by nothing with which wo are cquaintC'l iu the Spanish language, except the "Ode of Louis de Leon." Oh ! let the soul its lumbers break A:ou6o its Mii.-cn, ami awake To sec aow snon Life, in its glories, glides away. Aad the stern lootsteps of decay L'omc stealing on. And, while we view tho rolling tide, Down with our Mowing minute;, glide Away .-o last, Let us the present hour employ, And deem each luture dream a joy Already pat. Let uo vain l.o,.c deceive the mind, No happier lot us liojo to tiud To morrow than to-day : Our golden dreams o; yore were bright, Liko them the pre.-eui ahull delight Like them decay. Our lives like hastening streams must be, That intn one engulphi.ig tea Are doome.1 u t'.ll The se.t of death, who.c waves roll on O'er kin; and kingdom, crown and throne And swallow al...

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 January 1869

J- BY, CHARLES JI. ' FISHER. TEltMS t TUC rOREBDK'NKH 18 FLBLlHUhH EVERT THCIt.HDAT At Iwo Dollara a Year, FnvHblcln Adrnncc. No attention puid to orders for the paper ttnluwi Ai'nmnuiiidtl nv tha Cauk Adver.lseuients will be charged 1.00 per square or ten lines, or lets, fort be Brut Insertion, and 50 cents for each coutlminnce.' A " liberal eduction made to parties who adrcrtise by tLe year. Persons sending advertisements Bhould mark the nilmhftP of t miH fliv rlpu'iiN. lhAi ljni.t.l or they will be continued until forbkl ' and i i . . . ennrgeu accordingly. Transient advertisements must be paid for at Communication, to secure insertion, must be .'i-uiupBuiei oy ine name oi me authors. 03" Tlio lust remark that Boust, Butler makes after going to bed, is "Spoon !" fcj Georgia haa at present three paper mills in successful operation, and will noon have three in ore. . tJ" The weather waa to cold in North ern Texas a few d.iyg since that mules' ears wore frozen stiff. ( A thief in At...

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 January 1869

'Ht crraiur.. Sweetwater, Thursday, Jan. 7, 1880. Tennessoe River Improve .merit. Governor Rrownlow, in pursuance of request made by t,he Executive Commit tie oCtlie Tennessee River Improvement, has issued a notice that Convention will 'bo'nebl at Cbattanonn on tho 21th day of February, 1SG9, for tbe purpose of urg ing upon OonirM tho necessity of mat ing such appropriations from time to time v the estimate of the United States En gineer in charge of tho work may call for, until the Muscle Shoals in the Tennessee River are no longer an obs'nele to the commerce of te country. The notice is also civen to the peoplo of their respect ive States by the Governors of Iowa, Mis souri, Kentucky, Georgia and Alabama, and concludes as follows : "We, the Governors aforesaid, mnt earnestly recommend thnt the cities, vil lages and counties of tho Tennessee Val ley, and the corintry adjacent thereto, the Boards of Trade and other bniness ssoei tions throughout the country, bo represent ed in the C...

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 January 1869

I ..SWEETWATER; Tliursday Jttw. 1HOJ). Agents for the Forerunner. The followiug named gentlemen are authorized to act u Agunls for the FoittRU.VKKR. Their receipts for subscriptions will bo acknowledged by tlio proprietor: T E.i:. GBiFmn, Madisonville, Tenn. '" 1 "tf. H.Sms, Loudon, s'v" I LFiTTB Jusia, Bentott.1 ' Dr. N.O. Cartkr, Tcltico, " Rev. W..A. Nu.sos, Riceville, ' ' . Dr. LikiSahp, Jalappa, " ' M;lt KiLPiTRicK, Ducktown, " M. F. Brtant, Joh.v C. VaOuh.v, New York City, (tJ- Although tor iho past week it hua been about as muddy and disagreeable In Sweet water as almost incessant rains and no side walks could make it', 'Mill business hag enlivened little, good many strangers and neighboring farmers bavo found it to their interest to vUi) tho town, and everything generally, between the ground and sky, burring the rain, has. worn a cheerful aspect. Ihe fact in, in ninny respects Sweetwater is visibly improving Only a week or two ago we had occasion to notice the erection of se...

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 January 1869

Sweetwater, TjiULMday. Jan. 7, I860. (The Louisville Courier-Journal ftjr the fol lowing U translation of tho lately discovered terse of Bobwpiere, which have been publish ed by most of tlio t.eriodieals in the oiigiual French: : Life bas two eras, and to each The ewecteat melodies belong : The twootent uiler ime of apeceh, The sweeten harmony of song ; The earliest thiit soft accent "Mother," Thiilling a the lurk' note above; Tbeo come, and sweeter still, another, Bursting from yi uthful lips "J love." Tia the uiuternil voice repeating The cclioel accents of the child ; 'TU the enamored stripling greeting The birth of love in transport wild. Beware! beware! thou heedless maiden, When that enchanting tone is heard. That sound with many a care is laden : There's peril in I lint uiystic v.ord! Look not on honeyed word too ligl.tlv ; Trust not to every wandering bee; There'a many a meteor khiniug brightly, Aud many a lie look tiulliiully. Deceit mtiy have its eloquence, And honest pass...

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