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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 February 1881

Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will .secure Happiness to the People. VOL'XII. ATT.O SNEYS jfH MAXWELL, ' CHA8. B. DOSS B Maxwell & Dosser, ittorasjnuiCEiissllsrs at Law, jaSB3R8 - - - - TEHNFSSEE yjm F. YOUNG, Attorney At Jh Johnson City. Term. 0t ' in fe Ciy Lvtel. May 2 and Solicitor in Cuascert, TENX CIj, !a : r and Maste-s Office np Hairs iu the court house - A. J- BROWN. ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery, ryo ? .V Y A T LA v. ivn ndl.KKJrriNa AG E 1 T. Ill f K.sBllKO'. - Tl Nl ipc;! attention tven to Collect : , I I ' L ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROGERS VILLI:, TEXV. VU1 practice i'-i the Circuit ami Chancery !rl4 ol Hawkiiife. Orcene. Hancock and aintoii comities. a""1 "m thft Supreme i Kaderal Courts at Kuoxvillc lean. aprilSc 1 A, K. PETT83?3I. ' 'KTTOSNEY AKC OtlUKCKLLoR. rviile. - - - Tanss WM1 iracti in all the Court cf ITp par fast Tennessee. and m ihe Supremo a4 Fn?fral Conrtt Knoxville . Col lfiirns promptly made ond rem e I7jivS ! .Ptf O FESSIOJVdf...

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. — 17 February 1881

HEBALD AND TRIBUNE- W. P..BHOWNLOW JSDITOR THURSDAY FKBKUARY 17,1881. .3. 4,,,!P;.;iVi; THE REBEL CLAIMS DEBATE The assumption bj Democrats that it is they alone who encourage a broad charity and kindly spirit be tween the two great sections of the country is quite as amusiug as a spec imen of Democratic egotism as it is ridiculous when tested by facts. The assertion' by "brigadiers" and their dough-faced dependents that "a be lief that they were right'' will relieve them at the br of history from the taini of rebellion, is absurd. History is inexorable. It will stamp "right'' over the verdict of th longest sword and most cannon against any "lost cause,'' founded on a corner stone of human slavery. No sophistry can change this. When the Democracy recognize this and act upon it, the era of good will, which they pretend to hunger for as a tramp does for a warm dinner, will come. But every attempt to reverse history only post pones it. The attempt cf itself breathes upon the dj-ing emb...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 February 1881

HBBA1D MD TRIBUNE THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 17, 1881. -t i Agent and Canvn xsers . Make troiu i$25 to $30 per -weeTc Mlling good lor E. G. KIOkOUT "o 10 Barclay Street. New rk. Send r tUeir I'ataUtgue end terms. . The Voltatq Kelt Co., Marshall, Mich., will send their celebrated Electro-Voltaicx Belts to the afflicted upon SO days trial. Spee dy cures guaranteed. They mean what they, say.. Write to them with out delay. February 17th. Bnster Sunday conies sometime in April. Beautiful weather last Monday and Tuesday. A Tery fine drove of cattle passed through town 'ast week. Local items are as scarce this week as hen's teeth. " . A great deal of sickness is reported throughout the county. And still the lotteries in Jonesboro flourish. Nf it Tuesday will be Washington's Krtii-day. .Will Dosser is the happy man this week. His is a hoy! Measles are reported to be raging at Johnson city. Chile" y River, we understand, was booming last week. Drummers are as thick" in these parts as fleas on a dog...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 February 1881

A THE BUTCHER BIRD AND SPARROW. The continued cold weather lias driven to this latitude many birds which usually sp3nd winters further North. This i3 the case with the shrikes, or butcher birds, seldom seen with us,but this winter very abundant One of these feathered pirates swooped down this noon on an Euglish spar row perched on a tree in front of Clark & Smith's market, and bore the little fellowaway impaled on his back and crying piteously. Mr. Clark's attention was call id to the incident by the sparrow's cries, and following the flight of the bird, he saw him alight on a bush in a neigh boring yard. Taking a, pistol, he crept cautiously up to the fence and m a skillful or lucky shot brought the shrike and his victim to the ground togethet. On examining the sparrow it was iound that although scarcely two minutes had elasped since the capture, his body was punc tured with holes as though the butch er bird had euckedhe blood. New London Conn.) Telegram. The Hon. Howell E. Jac...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 August 1881

y-W . ' . '.v.r . - - - . ' -, ; , x - . ' ,,-: - y 5 c- irr , I , : " " ....... - ner Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to aU Il&n; will secure Happiness to the People. -, VOL XII. JONESBOROUGfl. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY. AUGUST 18. 1881. NO. 43 : Jk,u - ' ... ATT ORNEYS WH MAXWELL, TV CHA8. E. D033FB Maxwell & Dosser, Attorneys ana Counsellors at Law, J0NESB3RQ' - - : - TEMSIFSSEE W. YOUNG, .A-ttorney A.t J-avv-Johnsou City. Tenn, Office i the City Hotel. May ATTORNEY AT LAW. and SouciTon in Chancery, JONESBORO', - - TENN Office n ClerK and Masters Office up S lira in the court house ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery. iosksbquo , - Ticy.NiSssK. A T TO RNE Y A T LA W. AND COLLECTING AGE-IT. JOtfKSBOliO', - - - TXI A TTO 11 S JJY AT LA W. ilOGEKSVILLE, TKNX. Vill practice in the Circuit ana Chancery Jourts ot Hawkins, Greene. Hancock and kVastiington counties, ami in the Supreme ml Federal Courts at Kuoxvllle Tenn. apiil:itl ATTOKNKY AMI OoUNC'ELiAiiS. ar"5irillc, - - ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 August 1881

HEBALD AND. TBIBUNfi "WvrP BR9WNLOW EDITOR TUUKSUAY AUGUST 18, 1881. FROM WASHINGTON. . ' For the past two weeks the tele grams from Washington, in regard ' to the condition of President Gar field, hare been very encouraging, and the country was . looking for ward to his speedy recovery. But alas! the news flashed over the wires last Tuesday night that the Presi dent's condition was less favorable than it has been at any time since he was shot. Rumors in Wash ington say that his condition has never been as favorable as has been reported by physicians, and that the public are just now beginning to find it out. The telegrams of Wednesday say that !:: condition is more favorable than it was Tues day, but that the greatest anxiety is felt by people in Washington. Dr. Bliss, one of the attending physicians, still holds to the opin ion that the President is recovering. There is to be another raid on the whisky tax when congress as sembles. The Augusta, Ga , News recom mends a fund for the...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 August 1881

.. HEEAf D AND TRIBUNE TnujJsnAY, :at:gust is, issi. Agent? and Canvassers Make from 25 to $50 per week selling goods for e. G. KIDKOUT A Co TO Barclay Street. New York. Send or their Catalogue and terms. The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days trial. Spee- J l , mi r uy cures guHranreeu. ney mean wnat they say. Write to them with out delav. August 18th. Hot as blazes ! Beans are getting more plentiful - c , yjur larmers are plowing, prepara tory to sowing wheat. A largo crowd .was in town last Monday. Hon. A. n. Pettibone, of Greene yille, was in town one day lrst week. Henry Crawfords faithful work horse, "'E nV h is got the distemper. There is a gre:ir, deal of sickness prevailing in tfcv-r :;. yntr it present. II. C. Reinint, : L.rjcsione, Tenn., Several J mpsbovoites attended the Association at Ervin last week. Several lawyers from a distance are attending Circuit Court in Jonesboro this week. Waterme...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 August 1881

KILLED BY A SIX-YEAR-OLD BOY. John Goshen, a New Mexico des peradoj who boasted that he had mur dered ten men, was killed by the six' earoldson of one Hallowell, near Santa Fe, the other day. Previously he had attacked Hallowell without provocation, and been knocked down. Later he called at IlaUoweH's house, found the latter's son playing in the yard, and asked for his father. 'What is your name? inquired the boy.' 'Goshen' was the reply. "Til see if father is at home,' said the lad as he went into the house. When he re turned he brought a. shot-gun, ad Gosheu received a load of buckshot before he could mount his horse. The boy had been instructed by his father to shoot Goshen if he called during his parent's absence AN UMBRELLA AS A LIGHTNING ROD Among the m.any pranks of the lightning during the storm of yes terday afternoon, it is reported that a citizen, whose name it is unnecessary to. mution, who was standing on the Allegheny Railroad track on the Ba sin, with his umbrella rai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 August 1881

f - i i i- .'. t: t . f r Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will securo Happiness to the People. VOL XII. JONESBOROUGH. Tennessee;' THURSDAY. AUGUST 24. T 18SJ. NO, 44 - - ! raid ATT p R.N E Xs. H MAXWELL, CHA3. . DOSSCB Maxwell . & Dosser, Attorneys anfl"Counsellors at Law, JONESBQRQ' - - - - TEHHFSSEE W. F. YOUNG, Attorney At JL.uvv. Johnson City, Tenn, ;" Office n the City Hotel. May ATTORNEY AT LAW. and Solicitor is Chancery, JONESBORO', - - " TENN Office 'n ;ierK and Masters Office up Srilrs la the court house ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery. JOXKSBOKO . - - TJfiNNJSE. . ATTORNEY AT LA IV. AND COLLECTING AGENT. .JOJfESBOKO', - - W-P- S ILL EN WATT ATTORNEY AT LAW. BOGEKSVILLK, TEXN. Vill practice In the Circuit and Chancery Jourts ot Hawkins, Greene, Hancock and ashington counties, ami in the Supreme ud Federal Courts at Knoxville Tenn. ppril3tl A- Ua PlTTDHOKIg. Attorney and Oouncellok, Ureneville, - - - Tcwuesiee Will practice in all the Court of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 August 1881

HERALD AND TRIBUNE W. F- BROWNLOW EDITOR THURSDAY AUGUST 24, 18S1. " The outlaws named Williams who have been operating lately in Wisconsin, are natives of Virginia and, during the war, were rebel 'guerillas. The liquor dealers of Mississippi are organizing to light prohibition; and in that state, under shot-gun auspices, prohibition will be. kicked to death about as quick as.it was in North Carolina. General Robert Patterson, who died in Philadelphia; a few days ago, fought in three wars. He was cap tain in 1812, and general in the Mexican war. and in th& beginning of the war against the rebellion. The Cinciurati. Gazette observes: "So long, as tempcruce-n?en rely upon stopping the consumption of liquor by legislation, neglecting other means, the cnse will advance backward." There's an immense amount of good sense in that. The Chautauqua county, New York, Republican papers generally favor the renomination of State Senator Sessions. Among them is the Jamestown Journal, 'which hr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 August 1881

HERALD AND TRIBUNE THURSDAY, AUQUST 24, 18S1. Agents Make irom fcSfl to $50 per week selling goods for E. G. KIDKOUT & Co 10 Barclay Street. New York. Send vi ; vauiogae ina terms. The Voltaic Helt Co.. Marshall; Mich., will send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days trial, Spee dy cures guaranteed. They mean what they say. Write to thera with out ueiay. TAKE ALL YCTTH PRODUCE TO S. H. ANDERSON'S. Augut24th. It continues to be hot. Circuit Court is still in session. Watermelons ; coqttnue to crowd our market. , . Another refreshing shower of rain fell last Sunday t There were a lare crowd of people in town last Monday. Grap? and peach peddlers are nu merous on our streets. Our merchants have had a lively run of custom during the past week, Plowing for wheat has begun in earnest in Washington county- The fruit crop of Washington County promises to be abundantly large. Travel over the East Tennessee, Va. & Ga. R. It. is very heavy at present. Rev...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 August 1881

3 aTEEWARNSI- institute. Tor Educating ; and , Training : .The Freedmen, ' ' Fall term' to commence Sept. 5th , .1881. A thorough education for all "'"' ages and both sexes.' Tuition willbe 75 cents a month, or 50 cents, accor ding to studies; " : - ------ The ; Free School will commence after New Year; as we are informed " by the County Superintendent that; : - there will be no' public funds on hand this j-ear- Clean, comfortable boarding and lodging for $4.50 a month, or less, in '' cases where many come from one . family. Each boardei is desired to bring bedding, (except bedsteads), towels, soap, hair bruih and comb, ,' shoe brush and blacking and a ". pair pf slippers. A good room for each sex is pi ovided with fire and wa- - ter, for all purposes of personal clean liness. : The rooms for study and sleeping ' will be suitably warmed for 10 cts. a month for each pupil attending the school; all out of school studying 1 will be in the down-stairs rooms un derline direction of the P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 September 1881

TT "TT TI "T Jderalci ribu Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to t&e People. VOL XII. JONESBOROUGH. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1. 18S1. NO. 45 me. ATT p R NgyS "W H MAXWELL, 0 CRAB. E. DOSSHE Maxwell & Dosser, Attorneys aafl:connsellcrs at Law, J0NESB0R0' - - - - TENNFSSEE W. F. "YOUNG, .A-ttorney At JUmw Johnson CitY Teen. Office n the City Hotel. f May A TTORS EY A T LA IV. and Solicitor in Chaxcekt, JONESBORO', - - TENN Office in 'JiciK and Masters Office up fa.iirs in the court house ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in. Chancery, JOXESBOUO', - TyaKSas. A TTORNE Y AT LA IV, AND COLEECTING AGENT. ,OtfESBOHO - - TiiVN u - i ATTORNEY AT LAV, KOGEUSVILLE, TENN, A'ill practicein the Circuiiami Chancery Jourts ot Hawkins, Greene, Hancock and a-hi:igton counties, and in the Supreme 4 ud Federal Courts at Kuoxvilie Teun. april3tl AX'TOHSSY A.-;0 OoUNCIiLLOH. tirrcnrville, - - - Tiiejt6ce Will practice ia all the Court of Up per East Tennessee,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 September 1881

HERALD AND -TRIBUNE W. P. BSOWULOW EDITOR THURSDAY, SEIITEMBEK 1. 18S1. STILL HOPEFUL. The condition of tbe President for the past week has beeu very critical, worse than at any time since he was shot. The telegrams of Sun day morning announced that he was sinking fast, and would probably die in thirty-six hours, but through the mercy of an all-wise God bis life is still spared, and the latest dis patches announce that there is still some hope of his recovery. ' Ho protection for political or other assassins. The Hepnblicans of Ohio are mak ing excellent local nominations. This country offers an asylum to men and not to brutal murderers. Vice-President Arthur has been very much indisposed for several days. The government charges too much for small postal orders cut them down. - A Republican majority-of 30,000 in Tew York. That's what the knowing ones predict. Bourbonism may hold the upper hand in the South during ,the next six months, but it will be badly shaken up. rostinaster-Geue...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 September 1881

HERALD AND TRIBUNE T1T.LTKSDAY, jSEPTJiSIBER, 1 ISSi. Agents and Canvassers Make from i$23 to $50 per week Belling good for E. G. KIDKOUT A Co 10 liarclay Street. New York. Send or. their Catalogue nd terms. The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Hieh., will send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days trial. Spee dy cure3 guaranteed. They mean what they say. "Write to them with out delay. TAKE ALL YOUR PRODUCE TO S. H. ANDERSON'S. September 1st. First Fall month. Remember the Fair. Reaches in abundance. Couniy Court neit Monday. -. Circuit Courtis still in session. ' The ice-cream saloon is no more- .Apple-butter 'oiling' time is rapidly coming prj . The nights are beginning . to get cool and pleasant. Clark's O. N. T. spool cotton for 5 cents per spool at Dosser & Co's. Chinquepius are ripe, and are being peddled on our streets. The ucaltl of Jonesboto ia good at present. Work on Ros Smith's Steain Saw Mill goes rapidly on. Me. Wagner wants you to come fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 September 1881

THE. 'ERRING. Think gently of the erring ! Ye know not the power With which the dark temptations came In some unguarded hour. Ye may know not how earnestly Thev struggle, or how well, Until the hour of weakness came, And sadly thus they fell. Deal gently with the erring ! Oh, do not thau forgetj However darkly stained by sin, He is thy brother yet. Heir of the self-same neritage; Child of the self-same God, He hath but stumbled in the path, Thou hast ia weakness trod. Speak gently to the erring ! For it is not enough That innocence and peace have gone Without thv censure rough? It sure must be a weary lot ? That sin-crushed heart to bear, And they who share a happier fite, I i 11 . w .IhPir cnimngs .weu.may spare. .. Speak kindly to the erring ! Thou yet may'st win.them, back, With holy words and tones of love, From misery's thorny track. Forget not thou hast often sinned, And sinful yet must be Deal gently with the erring one, As God has deal with thee ! WHAT A FARMER SHOULD BE- So...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 September 1881

J. . "TV"T" '' i i.- .-i - '.:. . '. -- ..;. ..: . U .' : ; ; if,.. tA'.i' .. lira n Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights, to all Men, vrill secure Happiness to the People. .. v. xjJ JONESBOROUGH. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15 1881. NO.;45 14 14 ATTORNEYS ?: CRAS. E. D033 B TUaxwcii & Dosser, wwvM aufConiisEllflrs at La, I0NSSB3S3' - - - - TEMNFSSEE W. F, YOUNG, Attorney At l.jav. Johnsoa City, Tenii, and Solicitok in Chancery, JONFSBORO; - - TENN OH mi Cleric and Mastf'S OlSee np S lirs i' the eotirt house -5--' JUS .'V JJj ATTORNEY AT LAW. nd Solicitor in Chancery. A TTO RNEY A T L A IV. AND COLLECTING AGE. IT. JOSESiJOKO', - - ThNM p. mi.Lrnw&T ? & ATTORNEY AT LAW. llOGESVII.I..E, TE.V.V. -Vill practice in the Circuifcand Chancery :onrts ot ilawkins, Greene, Hancock and l ashinsrton comities, ami in tlie Supreme ml Koderal Courts at Knoxville Tenn. april3tt A, Ua !?TT3 DI, Attorney ant Couxcki.lou. tfrfeneville, - - - Temsessee Will practice in all tlie Court of Up...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 September 1881

HERALD W TRIBUNE W. P-BROWNLOW EDITOR: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15. 1831. ENCOURAGING ' The latest telegrams' from Long Branch say that the President is im- . mMri;.0.- Last Tuesday he was 111- ' ted from his bed and placed in a re : if -i. 'nrVara remained ' half an hour, and seemed to enjoy, it - splendidly. ' His physicians think 'that his removal to Long Branch - has already been of great benefit to him, and that he is now on the high road, to recovery. Heavy rains still add disaster to the crops of England. v Gen. A. E.Burnside died suddenly at, Providence, R. I. last Tuesday. Harrison, the boy preacher, says that Chicago is the wickedest city in world. Vice-President Arthur declines to -discuss the "inability" question or to assume the dulies oftha Presi dent. The Kew Orleans Times heads an editorial "The cussedness of things political.'' There is a good deal of that sort in Lou isiansv The public papers of Governor Cornell, of New York, for 1881, have been printed in a pamphlet of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 September 1881

lllillitD Ullill THUKSDAY, JsETTEMBEK, 8 ISSl. Agents and Canvassers . Make from 25 to $50 per week selling goods for E. G. KID.KOUT Co 19 Barclay Street. New ork. Send or nieir catalogue tnu terms. The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days trial. Spee dy cures guaranteed. They mean "what they say. Write to them with out delay. Q T? TP our women s shoe at OHjill DOSSER & CO. Chestnuts will soon lie ripe. Leaves have commenced to fall. Thieves are on the rampage in Jonesboro. , Fall weather has made its appear ance in earnest. John T. Wilds returned to Prince , ton College last Sunday night. 1 EVERYTHING reduced in price at Dosser & Co's. Keens Steam Engine was running last Monday The luoilvr business is still boom ing in this place. William S. Brown went to Knox ville last Saturday morning. The roads of the county are in a better condition nt present than they have been for years. A bear is reported ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 September 1881

i oAlTrn nTTTQ I , ;:. NOTICE; V- ; ; - All'f ruifc growers could have re alized' more clear cash out of-their fruit this season, 1 than.- at any. one time in the last ten years. I am now selling one of the best and cheapest Fruit Dryers on the market, -which is both cheap and speedy, also adding at least fifty per cent to the market value of the fruit. - Below I give a few testimonials ot Earties who have purchased said Iryers. - Cherokee, Aug. 29th, 1S81. Having tried'one of the Fruit Dry eaa manufactured by Zimmerman Fruit DryertCo., for three seasons, I find it to give perfect satisfaction both as a dryer and baker. - It can be operated with much less fuel than a common cook stove. I cannot sug gest anylimprovements. The frmt in far superior to sun dried, and mer chants who deal in fruits say it is worth double. It vill do just what is claimed for it. I have sold several this season andil .parties' r.re well satisfied. ' C. K. JONES. Little Limestone, "Washington Co., T;nn. I pu...

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