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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 February 1880

JsXj 7T" J." If ill Jlfiwirno1? & 'J il.i l ..- JL'J i J- rl -5 & i s 1 'v Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights ta all Mon, will socura Happiness to the People. tl f l-t t jONESBOROUGfl ; T -II'-! Ili " - !t'' ,:1 m Mi .SJlO.II'U. .'i- , - v -T :JI '.'!.! V ;. .', '1'... '. 41 , . : ., i . ... .... . aim. ri '.-i ..il ,.:-'5Lt3?r: i : l.!u.,. .. t Wyvyjff .fl " fi-c. '.w iiff , ii'ji'R" "...I-:!. ! V-... - ' . ' .' . I it MriinvcllT&rDosser tQ f?.- ;v o 4ttijn(iys-M DannscUors at Lav, y ft JBKttPy- TEWHESSEE A TTOJtg&lU ftA W;S JdNESBOBtiJL As TENN Offlae 'n C'.erK nnd Master's office P ir in the court (ioum. m r '5.! J.' inftii ii ATTORNEY U T H LAfV. $ XT Cmiei lu Qrlshara and LamiJin'i N e w And Solicitor in Chancery. JttXBti&OUQtf -J - vTJCNNfcSSK. IE. GKilFFIlTJ. ' TTORNEY AT LAW, ..... JUXESBOKp1 Tt ff 5ped1 ttintton given5 to Collectm H)1K nloor i'at .31 .tlili(luuy ' Hndor Keens Gallery QILLENWATi.lRa8t ATTO RREY 1 'A T LAW. , ROOK KS VIM, K, TKXX. h.'" Wi...

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. — 12 February 1880

Hirili aii Trihti. 0,C-.A L. Wanted, . Sbermnn & Co. Marshall, Mich. .yjnl aaaept in thin county at once " "nt salary- of $100per month and ex - penwa paid, . for full narticoian ad rett as abbre. We want money, Pay what you owi u. . And be happy forevermore. Go'd weather for sportsmen. Now is your time to make garden. Read our communications - this ; week.' " V - r A mom aW of Htt complaint! 0m dollar'; wortk of BLACK-DRAUGHT " would haw cared his life. For al by John Si. Hathe, Chicken-pox is still '"S in our midst - The boys are all engaged at present flying kites. What next. Col. Reeves got his foot slightly inched:, at the saw mill one day last ' NeW " iter have been put at tl .tn ;hill( Jeaduijr to tUa Uhnstain i Church. 7! ' THE ufiQlS3T AND BEST AS- " ortmeut pf notions in town just re- caived at a H, ANDERSON'S, The B ind of Willing Workers wet . in thelJaptist .Church last Sundny - A horae got scared at the train last Tuesday, broke his bridle and went np Main street a...

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. — 12 February 1880

Mil Mm. w. p. BROWNLOW. editor THUK31MY. FJCBLAKY 12, llSO. TilJen'a "Aversion to manly and fcourgeorM method" is the prief that how weighs heavily on tho Demoerit ie heart of the New York Star. . - f W. W. Goodpasture has been con firibed Sirpet visor of the census in me AUUATinc isiairitu vim. iit-uri liiWin nnd tlio WmLlv Hdlilf In ttiA contrary notwithstanding. Jmrnal. "When ignorance is bliss 'tis' folly to he wine. 'wft.' Ihe God made no distinctions of race that should be observed by the individuals of each? Journal . According to Dfthocraric practices, luy brother, we'are almost led to be lieve there is no distinction. 0i is white, black and black, wh ite. nnd the differences of races, whether Caucasian. Mongolian. African. American or Malayan are merely the creations or. iinagmntion with no ex iscence in reality t .) onrnai. This sentence is an full of sense as nn egg is of meat, nnd us clear us Tho editors of tho Journal have been on the etool of ropentance for . several d...

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. — 12 February 1880

J 17: AGRICULTURAL NOTES.' " Vermont has 217,800 milch cowb, valued at $5,455,000. There We 10,937,700 Loracs in; the Unitod.Htatea. V ' Illinois has more homes than State in tho Union. any ' T.'L. Millor, eaq., Boodicr, Elinois, is the largest bi-eeder of CotswoM's in tho United Stotefl if not in tlie world. At a recent potato nhow in England, wh3 nearly 1,400 plateswere shown, a lmrge number were of Amorican va rietiea. Stagnant and impuro''wiitt'r" which cows drink while atpaHtnre j.i"ono of the most prominent cauoos or bad odors in milk. ... Great quantities of tobacco are raised in Russia, tho sood from which it is grown boing obtained chiefly from this country. It is said that ono bushel of beets addod to nine bushels of apples makes cider richer and of superior flavor to that made from apples alono. English authorities stato that out of evory five loves of broad eaten in England in 1880, . throe must come from the United States and Russia, The breeding of the mutton broods wi...

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. — 26 February 1880

C c " !;r-r. nn Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. VOL. XI JONESBOEOUGfl, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY, 26, 1880; NO. '.19 ry c Herald mS$ ribune. ' II I 5 1 ATT 0 R N E Y S- W. H. 0:U3. E. D083l Maxwell & Dosser, . AttoriiDys aufl Counsellors at Law, JONES'JORO'- TENNESSEE . 'MS. Q. PHASEFJSK. ATTORNEY AT LAW. and Solicitor tx Chancery, JONESBORO', - . TTAW Office 'n Cleric And Master'' office uP stairs In tlin court limine. ' 8. !). KiKCSATiPailOX. ATTORNEY AT LAW. i JOXESnORO' TEXX. BalMlrj, UpSt.ilrj ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery. JONESBOUO', - TKXXESSK. E.N. QRIIFFOTM. ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND 'COLLECTING AGE.iT. JON'ESBOUO', - - . TJ-XX Special attention given to Collecting Oflioe one door east M ,S. Malioncy nailer Keens Gallery ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROG E liS VI 1 .U , TE X X. tVill practice in tin; Cireiiiiainl Chancery Join ts ol llawUiu.1-, lircene. Hancock and luliington counties, anil in the Supreme 4nd Ke uiral...

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. — 26 February 1880

Herald ni Triton; rftURSPAY. FEBRUARY 38 18S0. We are Butliorlza.l Riitl requested to Miianuoe tliu name of JOHN M. Sill &KLY, ofCarter County, ns a candidate to represent, Die 1st Senatorial DUtri In the next Scute Senate, subject tu tliu decision ot it Republican Conventou. Wanted! "D Sherman & Co. Marshall, Mich, want an agent in this county at ouce at a aalary of $100per month and ex penses paid, for full particulars ad ress as above. Let's go fishing? Beautiful weather. Pay what you owe us. A trial package of "BLACK-DRAUGHT" free of charge at For aale by John S. Mathes. Trot out your poetry on Spring. , Pneumonia fever is raging in the county.- Elm and m:iple treed have begun to bud. . Bead our communications this week. Overaeers are putting the streets in a splendid condition. Circuit court commences at Ervin next Monday. We are informed that 'wheat, all over the county, is looking well Uncle Mike Stover has moved to the property owned by It. L. Blair. A large .drove o...

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. — 26 February 1880

W. P. BROWTJLOW. EDITOR THURSDAY, FKBCAKY 23, 18SO. Exit the Maine brigands: Enter the Tilden and Tammany bruisers, Garcelon, it begins to be suspected, rym merely playing a shrewd business trick in bis Fusion conspiracy. Du , ring the time be was governor, he lost his practice as a doctor; and, when ho went out of office, he required a bJ epidoraio of some sort to set up his practice again. Consequently ho went to work to make tho entire Democratic party of the state sick; and Ho succeeded thoroughly in doing it a red wing teacher the south: IN WHO PAYS THE TAXES WHICH RUN THE GO VERNME T. Sometimes we read a Democratic papor which says loworing the tax on whiskey and tobacco on tho plea that the South and West, which produce whiskey" and: tobacco, boar an unjust part of the taxation which goes to pay the expenses of running our "undo SamuelsV Government. Tho Dem ocratic editors who talk this way are either ignoramuses or are deliberately endeavoring to deceive and hood wink tho ho...

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. — 26 February 1880

; AQRICULTUREAl NOTES- - Thero aro twenty i chools of fores try in Europe. Mo it successful farming iQ Cali'or cis depends upon irrigation. The St Louis Fair Association has an indebtedness of $170,000. All over Europe tbe fever for im migration to Amend is at a boiling heat. - In 1878 there were in this country 61,525,000 acres in corn and 32,108, 660 in wheat : New York has nearly twice as many milch cows as all the New England States combined. ? " Cattle hoofs at the present time are worth $50 per ton. These hoofs are now made into horn buttons. It is said that the proceeds from the sale of tickets at tho Internation al Fair at New York paid all expen lea. At a recent potato show in Eng land, whore newly 1,400 plates were shown, a largojnumber were of Amer can varieties. A failure of clorer setd'.hj means a year lost in the profits of the farm. The time is closo at hand for sowing clover. Propare for it. A. farmer should look ahead, think in advance of his work, and hava his plan...

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. — 11 March 1880

) A Jl Will JU 1 vkS OTHlTJis -y.i i:i.w.-:j ;w ;.; 1 .-.i an t jj ? f:i -w t- l Honesty of Purpose and Equal Bights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. QNESBtfltOUGfl. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY. MARCH, 11, 1880. NO . 21 if ,4v . -T ! t ; f r : M rS -,-'t ; ' f c O V ".l? T "'. ."t'ri! T?) ' . I - 'v w n ' , . ;.' ' f ft -i L '. '.. ... 11.-'.. -.I LI .Ut.-ff! -! -'I LI I ii iiii' i ', i i. i I ' . . . i . i i ; , . f ill oJaxweyv& josser, " n 'ittaafcji ani Counsellor at Law, i,u itfitmnBti-r.Uv.J. - TENNES TENNESSEE A TTQRN,Ex A v diA n. nd ketitrrotfiN-CnANCERY, JdNESBORO' f - MW'V )fflP 'n C'.eii.d liiKt?.' offleeuP rtf ajrs.lirtiie puii nons; j .rrrrmr ATTORNEY AT LA W. l JMrffll In UrUham L Luin.on'i N ew BulMil'X. UpStalr rfjU.J. -BROWN. And Solicitor in Chancery. JUNKSBOKO', - - TK.NM.bftl!.. k$?M. QBHFFITri.- l AND COLEECTINQ i AGE JT, -10y EHBOKO' -rr-f N ' Speeiiif afteiiflort given to Collecting Oflicf one ilonr i-t M . MiiUoncJ unilcr Keens .Gallerv ATTORNEY ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 March 1880

Eirili. ni Triton SrnuitaDAY, mai:i;u n, isso. -CANDIDATES GOL FOR BTA1 K SENATOR. We ire iilhortz(it nml ri'riuc.teSlM eunioiiiice the iihiix- of JOHN M. date JtKI.Y, orCurtvr futility, as a carrtl to r proK-nl the 1st Senatorial DistrlS In the next Statu Sciiau;, nuliject to this decision of a Ituniiblicau 'Jouventou. FOR MliKKIFF. We are authorized ar.l requested to annoiinee LEWIS CUOPEK, as a can Ulilate forSlieiltt'ot Washington County at the ensuing: August election. Sub ject 1 1 the decision of a llt'ptiblicti C'ou vent ion. ; Wanted, Skcrman k Co. Marshall, Mich, want tin agent ill this county at once at a salary of $l00per month and ex pemes paid, for full particular. ad rcss at) above. Spring has come. Btiu! Unin!! Rain!?! , Mud! Mndl! Mud!!! Onr local space is all surrendered to our Correspondents this week. A ma dud of liver complaint! One dollar'! worth of " BLACK-DRAUGHT " would hate laved bin life. " . For Hale by John S. Mathes. Read Insolvent notice in this issue. ...

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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. — 11 March 1880

crald aij 1nm, u W. P. BROWTCLOW. EDITOR TUUUSUAY, MAKCII II, 1SSO. Jlrs. President Huyes has popu larized" the uarcissua as a party flow er. Tlie Jt-vrmd is as mute as death on the colored school question. Whut ! hits come over it dream? .. ... nunpiciuu n.18 lOOKOU OUC tlMt Aleck Stephens was onco a lamb in the Cowley old. Mr. Hayes sayg the three years of his perKidenoy nre tho longest and most tedious of his life. - The editors of tlie -ournoi are brnvo men. hut tlie sight of a enrnet-bngger pives them the ague. Hold steady. The name of tho solo representative of tho Greenback party iu tho New York legislature is Gwineup. Kearney sayB Sir. Bennett has gone to Lnglaud to marry tho Princess Beatrice. Kearney's a funny man. tlicu VUUIPbUU IB ClCUlltJU Willi being fed and groomed with a view to a dark horsewhip at tho Cincinnati ri ot.'' The developments in tho Drunken national committee at Washington, the other nhiy, were strongly anti Tilden. At a meeting of the Republican state c...

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. — 11 March 1880

T JDAVY Git AY'S ESTATE. - AGBICUITURAI ITEMS. ' f C "Xlnd that will grow corn or au Storage hay crop is suited for the growth of ash. . : - - f v Do not put tco many eggs under "the hni at this time of the year; from seraa to ten are enough. f- MaMchnsetta was the first State in the Union to order a special surrey of He forest resources. r k .The clip of wool for 1879 is the lar- , V, ge4 i&ver ; shown in this country, t .amounting lo 233,560,000 pounds. Th Prairie Farmer predicts a'scar ctty of hay before the new crop is cut That is tho ofltlook from a Chicago Aaadpoinl Keep ft good supply of old mortar, y Of crashed oyster hells, where your forte can help themseWefl, and see tiUt tiMgraTel bot is kept fall. x-' 1 The chinch-bug, so doHtmctiro ' to the wheat crop, and the bed-bug both belong to the same ordor, yet oho has wings, and the other is wingless. Grafting may be commenced if the weather is mild, especially cherry ' trees, which succeed best when graf- iea earjy. There...

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. — 22 April 1880

- T .Herald Honesty of Ptiltpose &&d Equal Eights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the Feople. JONESBOROUGfl: " TENNESSEE.: ; THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1880. NO. 21 VOL. XI Vs ... ' i-H .A f- ATTORN SY S. i.tnu cha8. Mask; Maiwell & Dosser, " Jtttotfi aniCanusellors at Law, ' rtlfKiORO'- - -TENNESSEE It rr; " ; . : - 4i AST ' blEABERJOX. " ATTORNEY AT LAW. and Solicitor in Chancert, JONESBORO', v- :-. j TENN Offlee In ;'eriTiinr Mantel 'V office uP g'nlrt In thfr court hotife. '-r rr-r . 8.?l.:rKllRKATPaBOK 4 WnESBORO' TESN-. J8T Ofllltt t rtrlshmn ami Lmton'Nrw IW(rz,VBStair - . i - ' . , ' ' - " . J). iROWM, ATTORNEY AT LAW, And Solicitor in Chancery. ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND COLEECTING AGE-IT. JOSESBOKO', - - - TJ-NN Mnsciul nttrntlon cIvpii to Cnllcctin OmCf one uonr i-t under Keens Uallerv M S. Mahoun ,' -.'.ATTORNEY AT LAW. : L' ltOGEUSVll.U', TEN'X. Will practice in tlio (Jircuitaud Chancery lioiirU ot Hawkins, Urcciie. Hancock and Wftilihl'toncountiec, anil In the Supr...

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. — 22 April 1880

Ml n U 9 1.1.5a t 7 .ii - r-f CANDIDATES SMI! FOR KKrRE8KNTATl.VK. We are antli4rtisl wl rqiiHteI ' to nounR,.'OnS F. GKISI1AM n. a Republican tandidntc to represent Wahln!tftn nnd tha .fractional part of Unicoi Coitntic In tile lower branch of the next Iz-jrUhitn. Subject to a tie. eiiion of the pople at tlio ballot-box. Wc arb authorized ami requested to annor.nce ADAM B. HOW MAX, as a candidate to rcprcnetit Washington and the fractional part of Unicoi countie. In the lower house of thn next. General Aoenihly of Tennessee. Subject to tho decision ol .yKepubllcnn Convention. FOlt8i&TK SKSATOB." - '- ' t" We are authorized and "rciuevtcd to announce the name of JOHN M. SlM EKl.Y, ofCurter County. u a enrdidutu to represent the 1st Senatorial Dlstrk-t In the next State Senate, subject t the decision of a Kepubllcau 'Joiivculoii. FOB HHEKIFf. We are authorled ar.d requested to announce LEWIS CUO I' EU, as a can didate for Sheilff ot Washington County at thn doming August election...

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. — 22 April 1880

trill ni lita W. p. BROWNLOW. EDITOR JI1UHSUAY, AP1UL 22, 1SSO. tho Mi's. Hayes intends to pass sjinimcr at Chautauqua lake. v, Secmlary Kubcson is not an advo cate of brunt; ho goes for ularnc, Tho right way to pronounce the ' mme of tho late -Premier of -England- is ns if it read Beekkunsfeld ; Tho southern Bourbon papers say the fear tho Independents more than they do the Eadicals.' A $25,000 servico of gold was em ployed when Mr. Hays dined with Mr. Astor the other day. , . Gov. Fenton, preferring some one else to Grant or Blaino, will do his Jjest to elect the Chicago nominee. The infirm defendant of an income tax suit is tho New York World's way of speaking of tho upright Tilden. The pblico in force hal to take charge of Bob Ingersoll's lecture at Montreal in order to suppress a threatened riot. It cost the state of Maine an addi tional $1G5,000 to try Keform-Demo-cralic-flroonback administration for one short year. Tho Baltimoro council . has stirred up a hornets nest by voti...

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. — 22 April 1880

TOBACCO. ' The planters have linislied making tobacco beds, we must presume; if not, that work must now bo hunied to completion. The next thing to pre pare fos is the little tobacco ily, which " proves so disastrous to the young plants. ;t We would recommend, as an exper iment, Paris green. JStrippling tobacco bIiouM now be brought to a close us fast as possible. Tobacco hanging in the house begins to deteriorate during warm weather iu May. Examine the bulks end see that they are all right. . - CLEAN MILK. Good butter means butter made from clean milk, and that the latter is not a common article can be vouch ed for by those who purchase milk. Now many formers make it their business to see that the udder of the cow is properly washed before milk ing. The work is done by farm hands or careless children, and the pail gets a good share of hair and dirt from the cow's udder; these impuri ties the strainer cannot perfectly sep arate from the milk, and their pres ence can be detected by th...

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 April 1880

'.I v:.TcX; 'V... j r i s u 1 . i miwm tut W? Tf at s Honesty of Porpos and Etiual Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness th the People.' ' L: . . : : ! . . - - :vol!"xi JONESBOROUPH, TENNESSEE. THURSDAY. APRIL 29, 1880. NO. 2? ; V&iRafcTq-SX. II H H H Pf N II ES D U . -a. r .Aa-a. v- o ....... . I . - - 1. T t ' . 1 ' " T ' ' V 5 (I A Typ-R N E -S.-j' fl Mil OnnminllnM ol (UlUOUUUilbUUli Uiuuni jiif2C!-n. JEMNESSEE ATTORNEY AT Lj nd SoLiCITbilN CuXSCEflT. JONESBORO", TENti Office 'n Cler mi-t .KVtfiHS nP Uir lifthe court h6ii6. ? " ATTORNEY AT LAW, " fONEHQRO', TENN. , . r T Hi Ot1m''ihI Linton'iW 0aildit,VpStsM v v '. ' ' ' AJTORNEYx AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery. OfBBOHO,.- -TKNJSIli.SSj!.. E.MferaYFFJTM. ATTORNEY V Af LAW. ( AND COLEECTINO AGE3T. .IOSESBOKO', - - - Tr NX recinl attention. ft to Col'eetin ( flu rnf 'door M S. Mnluiio under Keens Uallerv. ATTORNEY AT LAW 1 JtOGKKSVIJ.Ui, TENX ) . , j M!trlfrit.W1ii the L'lrcutLaiMi Chancery ourti ot lUwInt, mone, Hancock...

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 April 1880

HERiffl AMRIBIE. - Marshall, Mich., will send their celebnitM-Elevtru-Voltaic Belt to the afflicted tipCn SO day trial. Spee dy cures guaranteed. They mean what they say. Writ to Uient with out delay,, " Grcecvllle Ilntrlct-HolHton Conference -Tlilrtl RiiuiiU Johnson City, Johnson City May Jonesboro Station " Erwin, Jones Chapel Fall Branch, Full Branch ' Kingsport, War Path, . " ' St. Clair, Pleasant HiHf June Greeneville, GdUlfiBttaif ' 1. 8. 15. 22. 29. 12. 19. 26. Rhealown rjAVfuly 3. Telfords 'H " 10 J. WzMis. P. E g" - 11 - Akers is gone andour .'merchants are happy. M ithes ft Febtiaryare driving right ahead ijji making brick. A' considerable difference in the atmosphere now and last Sunday; Of all the lazy people, Jonesboro can bdast 'oi having the laziest,'- : A (rid padu'go of "BLACK-DB AUGHT Irtt of charge at -, For salo by J ohn S. Mathes. Several cases of fever are reported in the 8th district of this county. Circuit Court adjourned last Sat urday. The docket was pretty...

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 April 1880

HERALD AND TBIBUNE. W. P. BROWNLOW. EDITOR fdUKSUAV, "Al'IMI. 29, lSSO. Marshal MicMahon has been sold out and is poor. Senator Grovcr of Oregon is seri ously ai at Wilmington, Del. GeS. flaw,lQ states that the Con needcut delegation is really for Ed- GoTernbf Tiorrcpont of West -Virginia says his state , will go solidly for Blaine at Chicago. TheJJepuhlicans made, great gain in the New Jersey local elections of the last two weeks. , What the Democrats - want Repre sentative Barber ppintodly . says, is Toombs .declai es that . with Grant and Tildeu on the track; Grant would carry Gporgja by 70,000! inijority. . According io the Indianapolis Jour nal the prospects that the state will go Repnblioan grow 'stronger every day'1 L" : " ' ' ' Senator Groomo of Maryland says he will not vote to unseat Mr. Kellogg the fifth' Democratic senator so de claring. . r . John Taylor, Brigham Young's suc cessor in Zion, in planting Mormon colonies in Arizona to grow up with the comity. 1 ' ' n. It i...

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. — 29 April 1880

. MILK AS POULTRY FOOD. 1 Wo have been ti-yiny milk aa poul try food duriDg tho winter and conli . dontly recommend it to villager and iarmera who keep one or moro cows for family use. Where butter is mado and ekim milk is plenty, it is a very valuable addition to the faro of the poultry yard. One main difference bet wocu winter and spring laying is owing to the 'absence of animal food in winter. The milk supplies thin, and is devoured with cagcrueB. The sk.m and buttermilk may be poured into tho feeding trough, and kept con stantly by the fowls, or it may bo mixed with scalded mi al cf various grains. Indian meal is good ration 0& e a day, but it should bo varied wi h oat r ; o meal, and win lo grains of wheat, buckwheat,, or barley. -In a warm room with a great southern ex posure, and plenty of light, there is no difficult in getting plenty of eggs from early pullets, and this ia the time when ogga aroof groat market value. Later in tho season, when tho broods come off, milk, ...

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