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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 December 1879

i 7 -V. . . - , - - . . . ' I V 7 , ' " , . ii--. j - tanno wiWfl'M?sa(giM'; -Ik- . -few?. . . f-j I3 jg Q I'- Intj j5 t ' ,;'V:';;Hoe?7'f;f??;;,-EJiul RU. vfll secure Happiness in the People. ', . ' ' ' ' . ' " -1 JONESBORQUGH,' .; .TENNESSEE. ' THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1879.' v 2 -A 1 ZZ and Solicitor im Ciusce'rt. JON ESBORQ - rr.xx nmi. n f'Vri knit - SUl'W' ffio rOiVtT, AT LAW. Ac l4 tshm smvitxii ya t f$A try i And SohWo in Chancery X Sity&tf Wirier11 tft 'A1' OfliC Me dooi at 11 h. Jl4liuncy ur dir Utt UB Unlleiv j KOGEKSVIM.E,- TENN. VU1 practice In the Clro.!iati'i Cllniicor Joiti t ol Uawkmc, liti'eiio. Hancock and . Waiiliiuxtonuoiiutibit.HiiiHiitlit Sit)rriii i ud I'eJnmlCoum ub Kiibxvllle U'euni Attorney ANr OoVNCRLtpK. t: Will prtre4a all tlit Court of dp itr Ktit 'l'ouiic9see,iiiiil in the Supmtie Mittt Kt'ilral Court at hnoxvlll. Col Ui'iloin-pi-oinptly uiadu anil rcujluvj t.. iX y. (oaf o t wMEEt ER. v A .'5; V4 . th jj sic i & u utUl iSufeton; v !, " Jt iA.il ...

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. — 4 December 1879

uGrrtaf vita District-lt Romad Kinjpport Morrison'i " 13 -r WClilr EukaHuh, ' - .- 20 reaiTillf-Spetell . " 7 Greeneville Station ' . Jan. 3 Kheatown 'Pleasant Hill 10 .Telford-May's ' " 1 Jko. W. Minx, P. ML tHAIltPERE, BYRON, M08RE.QQW Fit, IVANHOE. TENNYSON, SCOTT. WILTON, ROBIN -.18 CRUSOE, and other popular bvoks, . handsomly Ttouud and at LOW prices at S. ft ANDERSON'S- Beautifal weather. ' '. Business ii lively in Joneiboro. Be sure and go to S. H. Anderson. Several weddings in the breeze for Christmas. , ' ' Winter fights opened at Johnson City lust we. k. Every body is goinir to buy their .Chriatmaa goods; from S. H. Ander .' '! " ' .: - '.! " Chancery Court till' dragguth it , self along.' -' We are sorry to learn that Mr T. A. Middleton is confined to his room " with bronchitis. f- It keeps Billy and Jane busy to handle the immense supply of Christ mas goods at Anderson s. Fire wagon loads of pork came in to town last Tuesday, nil happening here at the same time. t Busine...

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. — 4 December 1879

Hsr&ld iit-.fii.ui. VT. P. BROWNLOW. EDITOR THURSDAY. DECEMBER 4, 1ST9. "Grant and Stephens'- is the ticket which an enthusiastic North Carolina man advocates in the New York Her ald.; . ; . Among the suggested candidates r. for the chairmanship of the republi . can national committee are Senator Don Cameron and exGovenor Noyes of Ohio. .- V. - ... ,. . We are stalwarts, but this w our atalwartism: It means magnanimity with firmness, and ' generosity ' with absolute justice. It means nationali i tj, secanty and freedom. How would Captain-General Grant sound? New York Mail. In a lit tle dependency like ?uba it would un doubtly sound well; but the title . is not large enough in a great nation like ours. President is better. . Mackey, Fair, and Hood, the three , bonanza operators of Nevada, are in pursuit of Mr. Sharon's place in the Senate. "It is claimed that any one of them is richer than Sharon, and that therefore, of course, the latter has no show. - , , . -. ' The leading dem...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 December 1879

. . : - ; -- : ; ; -pr- - ' ' . ' ' ' ,; ' ' ' . . , . ,. rJ r. AOVARTAOES OF LIBERAL. FEEOIKQ. I- tt m , r- - ------ - - " ' ! 'Inns nn t . ,!. , ... 7' . ' .v " .... . , a H the sheep bree3erWiith in effi- c4enej of liberality in the matter of. "feeding begins f Jfer, wa!t through the pens of s firsUlass fair and confederation with a few ,JrJ n, more successful breeders 8erTe to dispel such doubts as surely as the fcorningimn scaUersthe mitts from the mountain RiJe.-SizV, symmetry,1 t'gor, precocity and prolifoacy da pend for " their 'perfect -deVelopnient upon the well-filled granary an.d rich ly clothed pasture of the husbandman k as snrelj ts those and ntWnttrih,,,,. . .of perfection are .lafluencod by the fbteeder's ariNpt ajono ths sheen department is this apparent It finds emphasis in every ring, from that of . the draft horse to flmn;n It is demanded not enly- by tlieoio- t;c, wii3 Bees notnmg boyonl the "'graceful lines' of contaur, but by' the export, as well, who recogni...

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. — 1 January 1880

, ? ;y : l:fi.e ralfeglfesl 1 n oimefe- 7. : 77; Hpneity of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will booths Happiness to the People. '4 ! ; . VOL. - XL JONESBORO UGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. JANUARY, ( 1, 1880. NO. It v .... I . V A TTO R N E Y S.' W. H.JtAIWBLL, r ' CHAS. E. D0881R Maxwcli7& Dosser; AttoraB ani Counsellors at Lawr- jfeniESdORO'-' JENNES8EE ATTORNEY 'ALaW. tud Solicitor in Chancery, JJNESBORO: . -TENN , ,' ' , Office 'n :'.() and Master's office up ulr iirthc court house. ' ' " r " ATIOIWIY AT LAW, i JONESBOKO' TENN. e9 'Jmie. iu Grbhatu ami Laioto.'aNaw atiJu., UvStttlm ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor inChancery, JONESIJOKOY - TJiNNESSE. ""'"T-E.'Kir.QiaflfiFOTiN. ATluiasiY AT LAW.. r AND COLLECTING AGE.lT. JUXE&B01i6, : - - '''Tj'NN Spi'ciiit attention given to Collecting umct.-one uoor iiui ii . n, juuiiuiic under keens Gallery W. P milM WATERS. .ATI0RALY: AT LAW. ' KOGEKSVILLE, TENN. Will practice In the Circuit and Chancery Jo iir U ol llawkiiib,,(jrc:iie,...

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. — 1 January 1880

iirilhiijTtifii IfflJKSpAY, JAXCAKY1, 1S80. g j. O C A L (jreenevniltatibn1 " ' Jan. 3 Rheutowa Pleasant ..... . ;HilUw. , " -.10 Telford-MayV li;,;,. " .11 Jno. W. Mask, P. E. ' Wanted. Sherman & Co. Marshall, Mich., want an agent in this county at once, at a salary of $100per month and ex penses paid, for full particulars ad re w as abore . New Year's Gift. Mud! mud!! mud!!! County Court next Monday. ' Christmas passed off quietly. Shooting matches have been all the go of late. A happy New Years to our sub scribers. 4i Sara. Anderson started South last Monday with a fine drove of horses. Old Santa Clause visited Jonesboro this Christmas, ., loaded down ; with presents for the children. , The 'Sunday School at Boon's Creek Church and alno of the Seminary had Christmas Trees this year. (Wonderwhat time it is? Cant the bearded man of the Journal tell us by his $2,60 watch ! ' ; Miss Callia Presnell taught a splen did school at Boons Creek. The citi-ans say they never had a better...

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. — 1 January 1880

W. P. fcROWTJLOW. EDITOR Our Democratic exchanges' say that, their party . can succeed next year with & good ticket and a good platform. It will have to come to the Republican party to find either. Ex-Vice President Colfax says the man f ofhTtepublicans to nominate itext year is the'ohe who can poll' the laoet TotesiColfax might have ex preslKidhjsii fewer-words By 'eim ply writing John Sherman. " Demcicrats", as well as Republicans, 'who fee happy over the ' "boom" of rerired Business should not forget; that' it is the result o'f the "boom" of the Republican party,' and to lave this prosperity continue we must We aerptiial (loom of the . Demo cratic partyl'1 ''" ;" ' "V 1 It js greatly to the "credit of John Sherman that he has brought about tlieresumptiohj of specie payment despite theopposition of the whole Democratic- party, (Senator Bayard excepted) and some Republicans, who tried to, prevent it ; by . repealing the Resumption Act. , . ,. , , The Chinaman says the "Melican ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 January 1880

;MIIC0lTUMl ITEMS. Kansas is -the principal field for Supplies of castor beans, and the crop this year is festimated up to tea mill ion bushels. .' ' . TtojUld of wool is unusually largo m California this season, and g.-owers are jubilant in view of the high pri ces. " Great Britain has revoked the or der of November 4 requiring immedi ate slaughter or quarantine of elite-) landed" from the United States ;. The whoat crop of Oregon is the largest ever produced in that "State, and at the present high prices will , ' bring to the people of the State up- wru m (,w,uw, or over JiH) for .each man, woman and child of the population. .The gram traffic on the Baltimore and Ohio road is so great that the present iacuiues at JJaltimore are altogether inadequate, aud the mana- gers have given orders for the erec tion of an elevator with a capacity of ,OWyWJ DUBUeiS. The Burlington Free Press says: "The changes going on in the popula tion of the rural districts of Ver mont are slow but sweeping...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 January 1880

l'JL"W. . i SI!. JJ -HI ::a ( cv cJftV-'fi k iM'mwh -iV .-H' .-ni:z -i 1UL Purpose. n JJSqual Rihts to all Men. will secure Happineaa.to Xhq People.. , 'f:l-,UC:- ; ; vT.. i I VOL. .$t 33KB ? 'tKKSfel JONESBOliOUGH. TENNSSEK. THURSDAY. JANUARY, 22,-; 1880. im'i. ' i " " i ' " i ii i Tin ii i " i i i i " ' I ' ' .... .. , ;. .; i c-- ft r, y - , t ' AT JUNES30R0' f. TENNESSEE JVNESBt Oairf'ivCerii n( ;:em na Mate7' omco.. ur WW HI FY JT LAW, iff fft' TEH t'i oiiacM. UpStnlr ATtGRKRfi AZ LAV. Anl SicltSHClialiceryr OH.ei ttt! cwor ii jj.. n.,.uiiiiuipi: uidr Kct!ii Gallery- 1 " ' 1 ' ' JftTORtirY' AT LA w. KOOKKSVIM.K, TKSXi : 'UI practice in tlie t'lrculi antl Chancery iHi IUwkUw,ll'ene. Hancock uuU 4tlttitt'i eautt j.r:inl if Mif Jaiij.rtMiMj 4d:jrgiW9A ,i'"M iy TTI) RN E V f A K f CoUNCTLtOR Will prnticolH all tli Vm irt of up imr KstTeiOier,miil In tli .Supn-ino ".lid Jderal,Cotirt;itr,MiioxvOn.1 Col loi liii promptly ittudv and ivwlttd 7;tumv8 ' ..r'-innr-.-- ,- i Hurt "- AX 1X1X...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 January 1880

Wanted, Sh?nnsn ft Co. Marshall, Mich., wairt im ngontw-ihwBeMiitjr at onoa,. pUi?s pjiiJ, for full porticolki- wi. rea us above. '.k&.&-t:i ' -V: ' . a-: Beautiful weather. Bring on your announcements. Gar-tan ploughing is now ia order. Farmers have commenced ploughing their corn ground. Ball-frogs have commenced their melodious croakiug. . Several horse and cattle luyer3 are in town. . ; The meeting ut the colored meth odist Church continues. , 100 Slioats wanted Weight about 80 to 100 lbs. S. H Andi-reon. ' . We suggest to our Democratic friends that now is ii good tiue to cry "TiMen and F.i'form." The proprietors of tl:e Rwieb.ik Nursery, Nash villa, have failed nd wide au alignment, Liflbilitiftu $33,204.67. As goes Ma'ne so goes the Union. Law and order must prevail, llebel jsm will not suixml ou the Garcelnu pi in. , ... , ' i..- ., ; "; Mr. N. E. Sutton has been confiniMl to his rooiu for several dai s with sick ness. We are glad to report him itn proving t!g!titf. R...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 January 1880

Herald aad Trill; W. p. BROWNLOW. EDITOR THURSDAY. JAXUA11Y 22, 1SSO. Secretary Sherman's financii a pol icy w very simple. It is to maintain the conditions of resumption. I Pflfff RAYING FOR. the vpening of the Greenback caucus recently held in Washington was re- ceived by the delegates with a storm of hisses, the delegates screaming out that ''they had come for liuiness." Well, it was a good objection. It is not worth while to open the funeral of, ..the Greenback or Democratic parties with prayer. Those def uuct parties ore past praying for,1 , DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CON. VENTION. j. ...... , . . . .. . .There is a rumor that, the Demo cratic National Convention will as nemble at Yazoo, Mississippi. James A, I3rksdule is entitled to the posi tion of Chairman. John W. Gully, wip.shot little Cornelia Chisholtn after she had been , already crippled by one bullet, is a prominent member of the Church. Brother Gully will open the convention with prayer. TUE NEXT PRESIDEXCY. It is unJei-bto...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 January 1880

fcltrra cxaw est hussieb iush lUtFCCMPEI AWE-CULTI-VATIC3 CF TKl.SXSWtXa fcK. , I s j' AJJaw, first propounded" Goothe nd poffrpy St Piklrft, if that of ccapeaaiion -of growth, whereby, when much organized matter is used ia building np ome one'part, other parte become itarred. In the corn pla$L thajaction of thia law ".eaa. be readilj perceited, for, if we plant oar Med ia oVermanared aoiL there ia sura a vigorous development of leaf that the development of 'the grain ia b terfered with. If, however, in this rich toil the leaf growth of the plant be checked, the nutriment which, in the over-growth of the plant, would be expended in leaf is diverted to' the formation of seed, add ' an abundant crop Ujthe result. This idea is at the foundation of the principle of cultiva tion ia its effucfon the plant, and forma the basis of the theory of root pruning agricultural plants; , first enunciated as a distinct - theory , by urselvos. When the land is rich and moist, but not wet, and the tcm...

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. — 29 January 1880

J if M 'y-V""!r -! ?R ir7 if8 III 8 ft!! :.. V.'.'. A' iswimo i J VI 7." 0 Hll -I '' f - -.,!', if : fl, J-ih'l . I' (! d ' -.ill ! ii'iiLl .!) r'iw lent lilt'l Ei aJavb r 5 ? ': i K " Honesty of Purposeful Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to t!ie People. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE; THURSDAY. JANUARY, 29, 1880; cem:xi u : ! fe 1 ;f J ' .1 ..'.-'--. ... V .lilv T7 TY" -n 1 if i v!!id-i:v-.a. tfea !: I.. -. r .; i-.i EM am a' 5 ! i "1 , .-XTt'lTfOCHpf Kf.fT(, JL-jCr-i-yi ft'!'""! f iMaxwcu AttomysaiiCoMSBteatLawip JOMEWORO'- 1 - 4lfcMESttl " JA8. Q.HDEADERIOK. W SoLlCIOlTlH CnANCTRT, t Offleo In C'iriC and I Mastei omco.. uP jtalrtlntlie -court hoie.-' - lirToir-vty AT'&AWi J JOXESBORO' TENN. Wf 'ilfllco in Qrlshara and LamwnKew BuMUlnjr.UpStalM w V . ATTORNEY AT LAW. "And SohcitoHn-Cbanoeryr S ATTORNEY A T LA IV. ' " AND i CQtEFJCTlNa AG EST. ; JONESBOKO', - .- " TJ-XN Specinl Bttontlnn given to Collcctiiij? Oni one tloor rt M h. Malioni-y UndorKeciir Gallery r P QIILL...

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. — 29 January 1880

Ssrali IHUKSDAY. JANUARY J 1880. Xi o: o a l; Wanted, ', Sherman & Co. MarsMl, Mich, want an agent in this county at once at a salary of SlOOper month and ex ponies paid, for full particulars ad reu as above. Frosty mornings. Have you got a cold? Spring-like weather. John F. Grisham is building a neat residence near Martin Academy. Several trees have been set out in the Court House yard. There was a large crowd of people in town last Saturday. Rev. Barney Cunningham baptized two candidates ia Reeves' mill race last Sunday evening. Little Shell has sold his property in town and will in a short time , mov to the country. Mr. Geo.' F. Squibb is making some valuable improvements on his large and commodious livery stable. Owing to a break down, the Eas tern bound mail train was delayed several hours lust Suuday morning. " Mrs. , Fink, who has been living in Bristol for some time, has moved to Joncsboro, and contemplates making it her home in the future. " BLACK-DRAUGHT " euros costly...

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. — 29 January 1880

Herald nl Trihii, W. p. BROWTJLOW. EDITOR THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, ISSO; Somehow, Bristow sovms to linte fallen by the wayside. Straw of tbo anxious ones suggest to Gen. Grant that they want presi dent m Tcpu and Bolivn. Tom Hendricks lias been making Sunday school addresses. This kills liini with the Democracy. Albany has a Grant club, an nnti Grant club, and 4 Republican club that will accej)t the Chicago nominee. Jackgori, Miss., must be about out of shot guua At the election, last week, the Republicans carried the day. i Some of .' the Copperheads rather blame Garcelon that when lie put on the lion's skin he failed to pull in his ears. r TBe New York ( Tribune reminds the Democracy of 'that state that if John Kelly is a fustr friend he is also an obstinate enemy. ; From the list of the worthies, un der wlidm he believes Democracy may win, Horatio Seymour omits the sain ted name of Tilden. " The Copperhead generals in Wash ington are at a' loss for a war cry, and the Cincinnati Comm...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 January 1880

THE COW PEA. i i. ractice unfortunately bo com mon of planting joung trees from a rich nurserjrfojto .poorej soil may bo lmnnnMi1 4a l.tm t L. . J. l indwell wen lea on oats and corn and g"f aim Btrawwtins, ;and to ox cCi ier to UimVirider such treat mentis the height of folly. We are not particular as to the exact time of setting out trees; any time Trill ' do vbenhe sap isiowj tot the ground f(giM3riooifitJon to 'be U.JlM'ifh th Bjidet -but e t-fwaj- bface the.young tree to a' stiff stake driven nearyiJtbel.purp'oJb. Nerer omit to gire a leavy lop dress ing of rich manure as far a the. roots f r t ... are likely to estond in tho first year fni" never luil to pnilth and jfe never lout a ea. 4 Ml.tlti WITH SMASHED POTATOES. T i i on the bottom f a deep pudding uih ficittenngp peppw, salt,' a sprin kle oiftwry and .ho , flavoring , w liked, little chopped pnJon.J?iU th dih in this mannerand ndd to it the Wdavvini'hJf a tyffurAup of ofling wtterjut with ft. Cever it witlf a plate ar t...

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. — 5 February 1880

I1 .T.T.vv.jit'i .; .v - . . . i i . - - Y5 "TtTfsiTA n t. .Honesty of Purpose and Equal BUnU o all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. ill ii:!u:j H li' ''I JONESBOROUGB. TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY, 5, 18S0. ..n CEASr B.-D0S8ki ATTORSBYiArt:Ati. tV .lid SoLIClfnifW CHTTR.T. Office In :!erK nd Ite office tiP -ulr fti the eourt houw j g . . .. ; u- " rr1 . JONESBOitO' T.KSN. "tiu f y iiuu- ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery. JON l boko, -tkMNessk. AND COLKKCtibCG "j AGET. ' '' J . JOSBbBOltO'; 'St N N "u.oiul iiilfirttnn plvcn 10 4'Hecr.inB Olt! one- tloor .. t M, S. MahouuyJ unter Ko uaneiy u w. y ; JT1VBKEY AT LA W. 01' KoaftKSVIJXlS, TEXJf. HI practlcf tu elm CiiT.iiii aiiil Chunoery !(iirl ol Hawkins Wrceiii'. Hancock anil rt alilnrton lionntie. ami In the Siiiirt'iue 45iUlrl!;oirHt Knoxvlhc Thuii avtuatt j,v; V ATTORNSViXKr.j OoXJNCKU.PK. t ; JrvilIr - - - - TeiinsP WW rtli;ol H the Court? ff up hit KKtt reimefwb, and hvllie S'lpA nie ' nU Koderal Court at Knnxv...

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. — 5 February 1880

I Wanted, oil - mr . . i UHrt-Tninn rfnf ,i.;. . t i ata.ul.ry of $lOOperWtiiiS!-&iS M??- Pu',ie1. Vhder- ' Mi l4herK hits Den8 paid, lor full nartinUuM A " "iy wren tnw House. Ill reus a above. ' w-y.1fP constantly on hand a . complete line of handsome coffins and . Prescriptions are scarce. Muddy, cold and disagreeable. , Fire, and overcoats are in demand. Tike BLACK-DRAUGHT " and yon will never l lilliuu. For sale by John S. Matb.es. Our SDortsmen ar Vinvinir a inllv time this cold snap. , . . j i- - .... uu jut-"w, ior we arc ueeuing it. jv Wow is the time tq pay your sub- scripcion. r a . . . . I snntiff tights onenert lust. Tnnsdntr jather briskly. VYeddiiisrg are numeron nil rwnr I r.li eonnrir. . I - J . , . I SandV Stuart is ltoemnw fbo est bontdine house ia town. . . . .1 a v..k- i St. VuLpiitiues day comes on the lttb 'of this month. 7 , . f , A large cr'owd "of people were in town, just Monday. j , ThesdayVss sure enough a winter aay. i ne all the tiiu lhe wind blew ...

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. — 5 February 1880

kill id Mm, W. f. B30WNL0W. EDITOR THURSDAY, FJCUUAUY 6, 1SS0. , Kate Chiwo Sprngue is assisting Mr. Hamlin in preparing his biogra phy Chief Justice Chase..- New York Herald says the death of Bismarck would omnre the poaau)JEut2peJot SQj'eaft,. The letter of Charles O'Conor is called the babble of extreme and wasting" Srtrilfty, .by the Mobile Register; . Good democratic authority in New V !. i... rtu-i r'r - a uix Bjjvims Kn. viiuiica J iunur its u wretched old petrified political , pes- BlUHfct. , . fn' 1970, 104 men were hang in the United StaUs by sheriffs and 72 by mobsshowm, that the sheriffs are worse than the mobs. The conscience fnnd received a $700 lift from New York' last week, and the diabolical Tribune wants to know if it was sent by Tildea. ;' The Oregon Democrats in hunting nround for an issue, found the states rights doctrine out in the shed, and , have polished it up for use in this cumpnign. Aleck Stephens proposes io coin silver dollars in such quantities that wh...

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. — 5 February 1880

rrtm ' . . , . i iu" irTin'"T""l "" j HI' : t , - - v f Vi (.. An authority in dairy matters ex plains how xancid butter may be readily improved, and almost restored to its original excellence by kneading itwpUia fresh milk and washing thoroughly in cold water. Iu almost eyery parcel of butter some small proportion-! caesin is retained, nnd the decomposition of butyric acid, which ' causes the unpleasant taste and smell known as rencidity. This butyric ia really in fresh milk, and hence can b easily got rid of by tho . simple method ol treatment recommended. EQUAL DISTRIBUTION OF WEALTH, If the entire property of the United States,, as returned; by the census of 1870, were distributed tquully among he population of the States and Territories in 1870, the average share of each person would have been $779. n this connection the following Care fully prepared table showing the re- ation of property to population in the different States of the Union will be of interest: REJOICE IN THE WE...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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