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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 March 1871

J.' ill f . . ; i i e .- , i v - -Honesty, of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. v Meralci 1, nib line. VOL. H. sKctnltl nntl ftrilmue. pirniTSIIEI) EVEUY THURSDAY BY Dlt. C. -WHEELER A ' DR. S. ITIAIIOXEY. TF.TtMS; 82 00 ier Annum in advance. FROFESSIOXAl- JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND Collecting . JVgcnt, J0NESB0R0UGH, TENNESSEE. Tr-iT attention eriven to the Collection of Claims. 70nov3-m6 H- H. InulBltfLL, arMoevilte, Tenn. fJMQ.R2-!& F. W. Eiisri, Jonesboro, Ten. !rlrJds JLttorneVS & Solicitors, .... . ,.r Succeed to all the law business of m Ilenrv Maxwell, Eso. in East Tennessee. 70dec22m3 J. B. M'LIN. R. L. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, ttorntns at AXD Collecting gents. JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to us throughout the counties comprising Upper Last 'lenuessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octl3-ly THOS. H. REEVES, UXVLXXl lit 35iltt7, JO.ESUORO TEXX., "WIT.T attend to mutter eo...

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

Ejcvaid mul (Eribnuc. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C. WHEELER A . Dr. JTI.'S. JIAIIOIVEY. THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1871. TAX OX REAL ESTATE AGENTS. The TenncsseeLegislature which late ly adjourned, much to the satisfaction of nil parties, in carrying out its policy of raising a revenue by taxing the brain and energy of the State, among other thing?, levied a tax of seventy-five dollars on Ileal Estate Agents, which tax amounts to a virtual prohibition in all except a few pla ces in the State. We feel justified in saying that the Real Estate Agencies of Knoxvillc have done more toward bringing capital and immigration into East Tennes pee than all other influences put together, and if it were possible to have one such in each county throughout the State a vast deal more would be done in one year to induce immigration than can be accom plished through other means in ten. We may organize as many immigration socie ties as we please and expend all the mo ney we can squeeze out of the treasu...

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

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FpR ADVERTISING. Square one Insertion, 1 00 Each subsequent Insertion.... to " Three Months, 5 J Sir 8 00 On Year 12 00 I Column One Year 25 00 I9 tt it 41) W) , 75 00 ' " 140 00 I ALL. advertisements due when inserreci, unless upon special agreement, where the number of insertions is not marked, advertisements will be inserted " til for bid."' and charged accordingly. For the announcement o candidates tor State Offices, 110; County, 5; Municipal, $3, invariably in advance. m THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1871. Ultra Ldge) Ns. 4T. 5 Regular Meetings every Monday night. T To Advertisers ' Frequently we are so pressed for room that we are compelled to leave out for a week, one or more of our yearly adver tisements. That these advertisers may have the benefit of a full compliance with the contract lifty-two insertions we carefully take account of the Omissions and make them up the succeeding year. Advertisers,. may rely upon the faithful discharge of all our agreements....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 March 1871

i ' - -i, , . i -,.- --l'"- -.HW--'VJV.WJ.v ..... ...., ...... , Best Way t Sw Clever Sed.' Clover is undoubtedly tbe most econom ical and valuable fertilizer tbat can be used in tbe South. We frequently hear of far mers sowing clover seed, but they complain tbat it don't take, so tbat they lose their teed ; consequently they become discour aged, and discontinue sowing their laud, raying they cannot afford to sow 6eed to be lost. The price for seed is now high. The time are said by many to be hard. So let us economize. If we should leave the corn a ad wheat which we plant and eow, lying on the top of tho ground, they would sot take ; neither would our cabbages or radishes, and other seeds which we sow in our gardens, if left in the same way. Sow your clover seed with spring barley or oats (the former is better) immediately after harrowing the last time, which should be thoroughly done.- To have the ground well pulverized, instead of the harrow, which will cover the seed too-deep, cu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 March 1871

V V Dune. v.I.lTAr.TIII .11 .oHonesty of Purpose and'ltLai'.Bigbts.to all Men, van secure Happiness to the People', J0NESB0R0UGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1871. VOL. H. NO. 29. tcraltt and tribune. PLBLIM!EI KVEIIT TIIUIISDAY BY DR. C WIIErXER & DR. n. S. ITCAIIOXEY. TETtMS: 2 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAL- JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATTORNEY AT LA AND (Collecting gcnf, 1 JONFSBOROUGIl. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. 70uovo-ui; It- H. IOH.il.l, OTwiievillu, Tenn. Jonwtboro, Ten. -Attorneys & Solit-itors, Siiff to all tin? law business of Wm. 4Ienry Maxwell, Ksq. in E-t Tennessee. . 7ldec:22li: J. 15. M"I.1X. K. I,. IJLAIK. : M'LIA7 & BLAIR, : ATTOUXEYS AT LAW, AND I Collecting -Agents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. - J'KOMl'T attention given to nil business "entrust ei ton throughout tin- counties cimiri-inr U)M"-J I':1t Teiine.-M-c. i OFFICE unisr Keen's Gallery. 7i)oct l.f-ly THOS. H. REEVES, 5Ufonmi at 'Xair, -- JOMUORO', TEW., 'AVILL at...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 March 1871

urnld ami Svilnwc PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. c. wheeler & Jir. in. S. ItlAIIONEY. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1871. TIIC GRAXT SU.nXEK initRO. A.i baa been wen by our reports of the jiroceedlngi in Congress, Mr. Charles Sum ner has been removed from the position be has so long and honorably filled as Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Relations, and Mr. Cameron put in his place. This action of the majority has created considerable excitement through out the country. In New England, espe cially, the feeling of indignation has been quite strong, and several public meetings bare adopted resolutions expressing sym pathy with the deposed Senator and show ing rather an unfriendly spirit toward the Administration. The Democracy are ju bilant over what they consider a pertna Mat split in the Republican party and in consequence entertain strong hopes of electing a Democratic President in 1872. This hope is strengthened by the late Dem ocratic triumph in New Hampshire, and they now conside...

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

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Square one insertion, ; 1 OO " Each subsequent insertion.... 75 Three Months, 5 00 8 00 1 One Year 12 00 I Column One Year.. 25 00 . 40 00 l 75 00 I " 140 00 ALL advertisements due when inserted, unices upon special agreement. Where the number of Insertions is not marked, advertisements Mill be inserted "til for bid," and charged accordiuzly. For the announcement ol candidates for State Offices, $10; County, 83; Municipal, 3, Invariably in advance. THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1871. Rhea Ldg J. 47. Regular Meetings everj Monday night. Blanks-1812. Pension Blanks for the War' of 1812, Printed and for sale at the Hehald and Tribune Offiee. fjgy Several communications and ad Tertiseinents crowded out this week. Our Object Is always to do right. But who is it that never errs? We may sometimes ven ture too far, in urging certain measures that we think will prove to be beneficial to our people while others who Lave an equal right to their opinions, think ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 March 1871

y - - IUw T Get Wrk. Done On A Farm. ' X ' Every farmer is oppressed at times with ft sense of the overwhelming ''number of thing that require to be done. 'We bave seen a nervous man in such circumstances commence a job, and before he had got fairly started abandon it for' something that seemed mors pressing, . merely ' to , leave this in the same unficished state, ' and when night came he had accomplish ed Jittle or vnothing, and , passed hours tossing about on a sleepless bed, thinking . 'whit be rhdnld do on . the morrow, i A young farmer could not adopt a better rule than to repeat to himself, every morn ing, Wliatsoever thy hand findeth to do, do it with thy might," .and' act upon it. When a job is commenced, finish it, be- . fore beginning another ; but,' at the ' same time, attend to little things. But if you happen to get behind, strike a lively gait, do one thing at at a time, and when it is done, take a little rest by immediately -ommeocing another ' and by this r way lyot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 March 1871

v.. 1 .4 . 1 - Honesty of Purpose "and Equal Rights to all Men; will secure Happiness to the People. " -r . ::;tr: VOL. II. J ONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1871. NO. 30; G on tie. ' iHtcviUtV anil ttvilimic. ?. l'UnLISHE! eveky thcksday ey K. C. WHEELER DR. HI. S. SIAHONET. vfEBMS: ?2 0f pT Annum lit advance. PROFESSIONAL. JOHN ALLISON, JR.. ATTOENEr AT LAW, ;oUcrtui0D JVgcnt, JONESBOBOUGII, TENNESSEE. tPrompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. J70nov3-mG H- H. I.VUHfltfLL, Oroensrille, Tenn. F. W. luiiriT, Joneiiboro, Ten. Attorneys & Solicitors, 'Succeed to all the law business of Win. Henry Maxwell, Esq. in Eat Tennessee. 70dec22m3 J. IJ. M'LIS. M'LIN & BLAIR, ''ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND Collecting .Agents, JPNESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Pr.oMI'T attention riven to all Tni-iiic.s entrusted to us throughout tin: counties eniprising L'pp'T E:i-t Tennessee. OFFICE undor Keen's Gallery. 7oeti:J-iy THOS. H. REEVES, attovnvn at 22iui . j jom:si:oko, te.v., V'II.L at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 March 1871

) : - - . . , -1- - .- . - -' ... . - , - . . r - i - I v.. ::'k 1 v . 1 '!,.!' - . 1 i ; . : J J i vim: r ;3 4i J a: u-ll vi; MS? Mi V' 2 v'i . if: m - ri . r - 2 .5 (Mi ; 1 ' .4 f j I. I ',1 "It - af . Ml f r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY" BY DnCWIIEELERft Dr. IH. S. HIAIIOXET. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1871. THE SAN DOniXJO ANNEXA TION. : The return of the Commissioners ap pointed by the President to visit San Domingo and report upon the question of annexation, will be looked forward to withja great deal of interest. It ir general- 1 j conceded that they will report favora- Llj and that the Senate of the United States will adopt their report as a basis of its action, looking to the permanent an nexation of the Island. There are maDj arguments for and againsttbe policy of an nexation. That President Grant earnestly desires it and honestly believe it to be an important acquisition, we have no doubt, There are others that hare been hitherto a is warm supporters who just as honestly oppose the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 March 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Square one Insertion,..'. ...1 00 r.ach subsequent insertion.... 75 Three Months 5 00 44 Six " 8 00 1 "One Year 12 00 t Column One Year 25 00 " 40 00 1 - 75 00 1 140 00 All. advertisements tine when inserted, unless upon special agreement. Where the number or insertions is not marked, advertisements will be inserted "til for bid," and charged accordingly. For the announcement ot candidates for State Offices, $10; County, $5; Municipal, 93, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1871. Rhea Lodge. Nm. 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. Blanks-1812. Pension Blanks for the War of 1812, rrinted and for sale at the Hekald and Trio cue Office. The Quarterly Exercises of the Tlolfiton Male Institute will be held on Friday evening next at the BaptistChurch. Board of Education for this County at its last meeting adjourned to meet to day. John V. (Jrisham, Esq., has a very important advertisement in to-day's issue. Business men, we direct yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 March 1871

4 p-" i. i i'rii . i i , i r y v J 4 ' . i I .J iiit u r : IK 1 ' , : f ; I' ' " 1 1 w 7 j '-si U"A I. V 'I-''- ! 1 i ' , 1 i;: .- I r-5 it ! MS- Hi-, '4 ! , it" i Ml 9 i 0 ; ;i! " iiji,.- .i ' ; A I i J ' t 1 r ' if a vm SltisrtHiife Wtt3 -,Ikj wi;i L&nds IVJicia tret. '"Tbb'hcBsU) now afproslcfces '' tlie plow Iris j bo in motion for tiir crop, and wo earnestly ad v 1-3 our reaUe'rs. better do ntliir.g lli.in to plow when lan i will not crumble. . TLo exception is iilJlO h '.HI S, lorIicsc may Le plr.wcJ wlicn "water will follow the plow. e believe less nijurj "jnnlojic, if the plowing be done early, v.beti TighC Trczzes follow ; . yet bettec not mfc a frceZ'i.., -The .farmer cLould . not woik da- -pendiiig oa luck so f-d'.c l ; find oilier work to do until H is.dry cnoiigh, stop all other work fiir tho plow. .Wc hold 'thst no work should te done. in the cnrJh with the jpade.'-.or hoc, or plow, when the ground is wet .'A field plowed when the arth is wet enough to kKow a emoot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 April 1871

ox Jtler Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1871. NO. 31. 91 Q VOL. II. Vtcnltl ami Svtbmtc. i'i:r.uUKi every Thursday by DH.C. WHFXLEKA .MB. M. S. JIAIIOXET. TKIIMS: 52 K) per Annum in advance. PROI'KSSIOXAI- JOHN ALLISON, JR., .ATTOMEYAT LAW, (CoUc(tiu7 gcnt, JOXKSIiOKOrO II. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. 70nov:-!ii II' II. l5EKSt.I-. Gn'iiKVill. Trim. K. W. Eakskkt, Jonritboro, Ten. Attorneys & Solicitors, SiicccimI t all the law business of Vm. nViirv Maxwell, Esq. in Eat Tennessee. 7idli i-llin'.i 1. ,j. MMN. II. L. ELAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, J 7" '0 i.V; YS A T LA JV, AND r Collecting Agents, JONE330BO'. TENNESSEE. I'udMI'T attention iiveri to all business our ri-i il to us throughout th- counties co:nji!i-!ii'.' I'pp'-r La-t Tennessee. OFFICE und3r Keen's Gallery. 70'( t i:;-i v " THOS. H. REEVES, . ttoviivi! at jp;ur, jom:si50ro texx., WILL, atten...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 April 1871

rUBLISHEI EVKIIY TIIUKSDAY BY Dp. C. WIIEELdCR A: Dr. in. S. ITCAIIOXEl'. THURSDAY, APRIL C, 1871. S1XTO DOTXI.XGO. Mr. Slmker, on tho 27th ulto.. deliv ered his long and anxiously, looked for ppccch in Congress on the Santo Diniingo Annexation Question. His remarks were of course able, positive and fearless and fpoken .as only Charles Sumxer can speak. . lJut tliero is general disappoint ment among his friends at the lack of real and substantial logic in the ppecch. His assertions that it is injustice to the colored race who have no other land they can call their own, to place them un der the Government of the United States, is contrary to reason and common sense. If this Government is the best the world ever saw, as Charles Sumneii himself has often asserted, it must be many de grees in advance of that which now con trols the affairs of Santo Domingo, which ranks among the half civilized nations of the earth. There can be no doubt that to the inhabitants of San Domingo, annex atio...

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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. — 6 April 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, APRIL C, 1871. Itlica L,oIg IV. 47. Regular McctingS every Monday night. Blanks-1812. Pension Blanks fur the War of 1812; Printed and for sale at the IIi;i:all and Tkibuxk Office. Religion. At the Presbyterian Church there Trill he a Sabbath School Institute, Thursday night, April C. Subjects to be discussed : "The duties and qualifications of S. S. I Superintendents." " The Model Teacher.' " Object of the Sabbath School." " Is the uniform system of Lessons desirable?" Ilolston Presbytery will meet April .7, at 11 o'clock A. 3i.f in the Presbyterian Church ; to be opened with sermon by Moderator. Sabbuth School Supper. There will be a Supper for the benefit of the Sabbath School at the IJaptist Church in this place, on Tuesday evening the 1 1th of April. A prize cake will be awarded after supper. Admittance Adults, 50 cents; Children, 2.3 cents. Hoard of Education. It is important that a meeting of the Hoard of Education be held on the 2nd Monday in Apr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 April 1871

Tlieldral Farmer. The New York Evening Post describes the ideal farmer in the following moderate and well-chosen terms : First of all, he should be a healthy, hon est, scrupulous man a man whom his neighbors will trust, and in whom all with whom he deals will place implicit confidence. Such a character, coupled with robust and hearty good health, would bo the best half of a young farmer's stock in trade. Then again, ho should be thoroughly versed in the details of farming as an art. Yhcn and bowto plow, to sow, to hoe, to harvest to garner, and to sell ; how to keep his land improving in richness and in tilth ; how to buy, how to breed, how to feed, how to grow, and how to sell bis live stock ; how to drain land, build fences, lay out fields, arrange and construct farm buildings, make roads and manage all kinds of farm ' machinery ; how to manage the dairy, from the setting of the milk to the marketing of the products. All this and much more should be learned not parrot fashion, but...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 April 1871

V ,--,, - lift, -fcJ.is '; i :. V t er-ald Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. V JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1871. VOL, II. NO. 32, mtxM nmV. Smhunc. --PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY tR. C. WIIEELEB'. DR. .TI. S. JIAIIOXEY. "TERMS: $2 00 per An nunri In advance. ! FROFESS1C .AL. JOHN ALLIS ON, JR., ATTORNEY JLT LAW, AND Collecting jjfnt, ' J0XESB0R0UGI1. T EXXESSEE. Prompt attention g Jf to the XJollection of CI aims. 70nov3-inG II- II. Ill.LL, Oreenerille. Tenn. F . W. EA.xr.-r, ; lonesboro. Ten. Attorneys fc Sol.iritors, Sucre-"! to all the law bnsii ies of Wm. ilMiry Maxwell, Esq. in East Tennessee. R.. L. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLA IR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND Collecting -A-ce nts, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. PromI'T attention given to all bu-dness entrusted to in throughout the counties compriiu.r Upper Kat Teniiese. . OFFICE undar Keen's G3 .llery. .7iKcti:My THOS. H. REEVE 3, attorurw at air, jom:scouo tox-, WILL attend to ma...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 April 1871

tcrnld and Srilmuc. PtTBLISIIED EVERT T1IVRSDAT BT Dr. C. TVIIEELER A Dr. XT. SMAIIOXEr. TIIUKSDAY, ATCUL 13, 1871. ' sumxEirs allies. - Since the a.stut? . Statesman of Boston delivered his long studied eloquence and long 'harbored Wrath" against ' President (5 rant and in denunci ation of the St. Domin go annexation scheme, he has formed most remarkable connections, considering the partizan antipathies of the past. He has warmly grasped the hand of fellowship ex tended ,by the vilest and most ferocious democrats in both Houses of Congress. Sumner on the one hand and Sunset Cox, Wood, Stevenson, Davis and unending Co. on the other, have made the astound ing discovery that they are not such evil spirits and monsters, as they were woit to believe of each other. They have buried in the deepest oblivion of the grave, all the' burning animosities and cut-throat intentions of the past, and fraternized in an earnest and mutually inspiring attempt to defeat the re-election of General Grant...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 April 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, .APRIL' 13, 1871. nii9 fJaxlirA Vim. 4T. Regular Meetings every Monday night, Blanks-1812. lilanks for the War of 1812 Printed and for sale at the Heuald AKD Tr.IBO'K Office. Personal. Urm John Slack, the cenial and ac- complishcd editor of the; Bristol Courier, i1!nmir.rrl our t$anctuni. on last Monday. He represents his paper as being in a flour ishing condition and all quiet on the line. John knows how to get up a readable and instructive journal, and we take this op itv. although opposed inpolitics t i j ' assure him, that to fcuch as he is our string is on the outside of the door. A Joke. We understand that Brick Tomerey will not exchange bw paper with country Kepublican papers unless they will puoiuu his long Prosjtectus. Holston Presbytery. This ecclesiastical body met in this place at the Presbyterian Church on last Fri day and adjourned on Monday following. Rev. Mr. Bell, the Moderator for last year preached the opening sermon. Cotnmu- wiuu rci...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 April 1871

P. M. WLLIBIS, CO.TITIISSON JIEKCIIAXT, Factory Agent for Sale of ROCKFORD COTTON YARNS, SHEETINGS, BATTINGS, CAUPET CHAIN, OHAIN- SACKS, - ' Consignments solicited of Bacn, laird, Fleur, Grain, TOBACCO, FEATIIEKS, BEESWAX, GINSENG, FLAX SEED, &c. Yarns Advanced on' Produce ! ONE DOOR SOUTH OF Cowan, JTIfClnnir A .. Gay St., Knoxville, : : Tenn. 71tebl6w52 MARBLE 3 &C. It A V E " OTONES. TIIE MOST BEA'UT.I FULLY FINISHED GRATE STOXES CAN .. .. BE HAD AT THE '" Lynchburg Marble Works, AS C:HEAP AS ANY OTHER ESTAB LISHMENT IN THE COUNTRY. Mo n a m cnts BEAUTIFUL AND CHEAP!! TOMBS. HEAD AND FOOT STONES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING v IN' THE MARBLE LINE, CAN BE HAD ON AS REASON A BLE TERMS AS CAN BE t BOUGHT ANYWHERE. Address: J. B. CADDI'SS, t ; , - -, "V" Iynelibnrir, Va. JL P.-S-.J. refer. you to niv work in yonr Cemeteries; also to Dr. M.S. Jlahonev Col. G. E. GrUham, and others, of Jones boromrh. leun. 71feb2tc 60ept2 J. J. ATKINSON PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER, MAIN STREET,...

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