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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 April 1871

on db:l Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, -will secure Happiness to the People. JONESBOROTJGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1871. NO. S3. vol. n. cl sficrald and Srtbtme. IM in.MIKI KVEItY THIKSDAT BY n re. - WHEELER DR. n. S. 5IAIIOXET, TEiniS: .82 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIOAL- JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, Collecting Jgct, JOXEFBOROrGH, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. 70nov3-inC Oreenrille, Tnn. J ones bora. Ten. .Attorneys & Solicitors, Succeed to all the law business of Vm. Henry Maxwell, Esq. in East Tennessee. J. IS. M'LIN- K. I. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, AND Collecting .Agents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business entrusted tons throughout the counties comprising I'pimt Kat Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7i)octl3-iy THOS. H. BEEVES, vttavnm at 32 air, JOUSItORO TESXm VILL attend to matters connected with the piin-liase of i;al Kstate, Settling Estates, Collecting Debts. &v. ...

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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. — 20 April 1871

:;if ; i' . ! i! Hi1, ' f- 1 J 1 i.; hi 'J -. f 4 - if ' 1 fid ? 1 1 - Ms' ' I (I iir.-i- P. M. TO&miS.' - 1 Fu:i.oy Ag.-nt n-r Fab'-Vf H0CKFORD COTTON YAHNS, SHEETINGS. BATTINGS, CAHFET r -jCHAIX, GRAIN SACKS, Consignments solicited of Bacn, Lard, Flur, Grain, TOBACCO, FEATHERS, BEESWAX, GINSENG, FLAX SEED, &c. . Yarns Advanced on Produce! ONE DOOR SOUTH OF Cowan, McVAnng & Co.. Cay St., Knoxville, : : Tenn. 71tebl6w52 MAEBLE Grave Stones, Sec. THE MOST B E A TI T I PULL X 1 l.M.i:i UKAYJG STORES CAS BE HAD AT TIIK Lynchburg Marble Works, AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHEIl ESTAB LISHMENT IN THE COUNTItY. M o n u m tints BEAUTIFUL AND CHEAP ! I TOMBS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES AND IN FACT EVEIIYTIUNG IN THE IVJARBLE LliME, CAS BE HAD OX AS REASONA BLE TERMS AS CAN BE BOUGHT ANYWHERE. Address: J. B. GADDLSS, r.TBiclibur?, Va. P. S. I refer you to my work in your "eiiiereries ; also to Ur. :l. r. .Maiionej, Col. u. b. Gri.-ham, and other?, ot Jones borough, Tenn. 7lfcb2tc 69ept2 J. J, ATKI...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 April 1871
Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 April 1871

vr - . : ... ... .- . ' I III 1.: i . i f .J ir I . . ' ; ,. t lit i ' 11 v:ot -.ivii. i; - f. . ' .r ; - v y : 4 Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to aJl.Meivwfll secure HappinessVto!the;! People. '",l'-'u ; ' J0NESB0110UGH, TENNESSEE, TI1UHSDAY, APRIL 27. 1871. YOL. II. NO. 34. (I i : i. " ' ' '.' ,: ' f : lieim c ... a i. - . .i , . ' -i ... v. . .. ; :Wtx:M and o-ribunc. i .I'L1!LISUEJ EVKKY TI1UIWIAY BY OH. C WIIEELKU & . . im. .n. MAIIOXET. XKUMS: 82 00 jkt Aimnm In aclvanco. In0FESS10XAL- JOHN ALLISON, JR.. ATTORNEYAT LAW, jtv KiuM)i:G II. TILVNESKE. -r nttAntion Krr en to tne pt attentii (Collection ollection of a laims. I'. W. KAtvmt. ' Jou"loro, Ten. Attorneys nfc Solicitors, Snr-..1 foall tin: law lnfimj r Wm. H.-iirr Mx-lU, in Kat Tonnes:. J. It. M J.IX. It. L- ULA IK. M'LIN & BLAIR, TTOliyEYS AT LA jr. ANI j CollGotirij Agents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. ' J'KOMIT :itt'iitiii piv-ii all Ihimiii-ss I "ntni-t-! to us f hrmiirliont tin roiiiitics ! eunil)nsiiiir 1 pp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 April 1871

tcrnldi mi Sritouic. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C. "WHEELER & Dr. ITI. S. MAIIOXEV, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1871. THE DEMOCRATIC ADDRESS. Tlicgreat(Jogul3'of Democracy at "Was! i i ngton 1) a ve published an address to their subjects, on. the jolitical situation. "NVe are surprised that no allusion is made to tne'amendments to the Constitution and the reconstruction 'question general ly. 'It passes over negro suffrage like a man; walking over hot ploughshares, and declares with the same old persistent con sistency of democratic inconsistencies, for the protection of all men's rights, but cau tiously withholds any expression as to the colored man's right to vote and hold office. As a matter of course this address is an arraignment of the Republican party and especially the Administration of President Grant. As by democratic calculation figures are made to tell all manner of lie? and by democratic argument facts become the most palpable and evil falsehoods, this august paper is a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 April 1871

... - .. HERALD AND TRIBUNE. .i . ' THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1871. Rhea Lrfadg 7i: 47. 1 ' Regular Meetings every Monday night. Blanks-1812- Pension Blanks for the War of 1812, Printed and for sale at the Herald and Tribune Office. Answer to Correspondents. Miss m. ii. b. We are well acquainted with the gentleman of whom you enquire, lie is a respectable bachelor living in this place, and would no doubt make a good husband, if you can eecure him. Col. T. n. There is about as many lawyers in this place as can succeed well. Our advice is to stay where you are, if you can make a Hupport for your family. iProf. 8. J. T. If you desire to estab lish an Inntitution permanently, perhaps you had better not come for a few months There is considerable opposition to the cause of education at this time. J. o. H. Good water power can be bought nt reasonable figures. The busi ness will pay, but little competition. ,.h i ' Acquitted. Nelson IJrockwell whose trial was in progress at the time of our last ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 April 1871

P. M. VILLIS,- cojimssox.nEHciuxT, Factory Age-sit for galof j ROCKFORD COTTON YARNS, SHEETINGS, BATTINGS. CAHFET CHAIN. GliAIN SACKS, PAPEH, Ac f ? Consignments folicited of r V .-Kon, l4i rd, nnr, drain, TOBACCO. FEATHERS. BEESWAX, GINSENG, FLAX SEED, Ac Yarns Advanced on Produce ! ONE DOOR fiOCTH OF . Cswun, jvirClMnjr Ac V' "a"' st Knoxvitle, : : Tenn. 71teblGw52 - MARBLE Grave Stones, THE MOST BEAUTIFULLY Fl A 14 I 1 CI G RAY E STO.N ES CX7i BE IIAI AT THE Lynchburg Marble Works,' AS "HEAP AS ANY OTHEB ESTAB r LISHMENT IN THE COUNTB.Y. Mo n u m cuts BEAUTIFUL AND CHEAP ! ! TOMBS. HEAD AND FOOT STONES. AND IN FACT EVERYTHING MARBLE" LINE, CAS BE HAD ON AS REASONA BLE TERMS AS CAN BE BOUGHT AS Y WHERE. Address: it. ti 4Tim:ss. Lynelibiirfr. Va. P. S. I refer vou to my work in your j Cemeteries: also (o Dr. M. S.'Mahouej , t Col.O. E. Grilim, and others, ot Jones boroniili, Tenn. 71tVI2tc B!Kept2 J. J. ATKINSON PRACTICAL WATCHMAKER JEWELER, MAIN STREET, Opposite Geo. Pouilb's Stor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 May 1871

. hi i o i 3 ai sis c - r y ' -7 .Y ,(''5 v.? ,? - . . . , "' ' .-- . . . I . . - - ' i. - ' A. v ... . .' . ....... I r "ISv-O --p-st-vT O ' " r ' 1 ' . ' ' ' ' ' ' ' ' i ; :" . ' ' ' , t:, I ... ' v' "f - ' ;" :- -; . . : - ; . : . t ... ' x-- - ;- Honesty of Purpose and Eqtial Rights to all Men, -vtall secure Happiness to the People. ' , . .. ' , , ....... ,., . . . '. ; ..( , JJ ' " - r . . . . -. , ' . . ,: : i .. ' ' ' ! ' - ' ' ; , , " : : ' . . . i .. ,i. . i i . . . . . ' ' . ! 1 VOL. IT. tcrattl and tribune. IM I1MSHK1) KVEKY THCESDAY BY In FI. S. JTIAIIOXEY. i IT.IIM: 82 (V) pT Annum in advance. JOHN ALLISON, JR. 'ATTORNEY' AT LAAY, ;. , - . -, AM) , " ;; (Collcctinn !)ft, .1. .TONESIJOIlOLT.il, TENNESSEE. .".Prompt attention given to the .: : Collection of Claims. ..j 70nov.'-iiiC - ' Or.niKTe.m. Jonwboro. Ten. 'Attorne3Ts fc Solicitors, srcfl toall Uin law IniMnf of Win. Ilf-nry Maswrll, Esq. in E.tt Tcimeee. f 7M-c2:.iii:J ! J. Jt. M'l.IX- K. L. ULAIK. 31'LIIf & BL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 May 1871

fcvnld aud STribuuc. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C WIIEEL.EK & , Dr. ITC. S. MAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1871. "the presidency. .(The Democratic party is in such a state otjdemoralization, the differences between its Northern and Southern winga so wide and persistently antagonistic and so many of the leaders of both aspiring to the nomi nation for the Presidency in 1872, that it is not even good nonsense or pardonable folly to "presume that harmony can be reached in this union of discordances, or (hat any man will be nominated who shall bs able to amalgamate these factions, much less achieve the honors of the chief officer of the Government. One thing is evident beyond all discussion, that upon the Dem ocrats of the North will fall the burden of the conflict against the Republican par ty in the Presidential campaign of '72, pn the sole account of its numerical strength. They will furnish the candidate from the two-fold, reason that every prominent Southern Democrat is disqual...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 May 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1871. Rhea sLwdjre 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. Blanks-1813. ' Pension Blanks for the War of 1812, ' Printed and for sale at the Hekald and Tiubuxe Office. County S. S. Convention. The Gth day of May has been selected for the organization of such a Conven tion. The Superintendents, Teachers, and friend of Sunday Schools are cordially invited to come and help us. The organ ization will take place at the Court House at 10 o'clock A. M. R. II. Dung an. E. A. Broyles, A. J. Brown, II. PliESNELL, . i . S. S. Supt. : Board of Education. The County Board will meet on the 1st. Monday in July, (County Court day,) upstairs in the Court House. .. By order of Chairman, G. P. Fa w. Sect. Some thirty indictments and present ments were found by the Grand Jury at the last term of the Circuit Court, in this place. Washington County never had a 4 wore industrious Grand Jury. The First of the Season. On Friday, April 28, Mr. John Davault, ' exhibited to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 May 1871

P. II. WILLIAMS, com 3i i sson m r.Rt i: am, l":i-trrv Agent for Ssile of . P.OCKFOItD COTTON YARNS, sheetings, battings, carpet chain. grain sacks, . e f PAPER. &e. - .- - , ' Consignments solicited of : IJacon," Iard, Flour, Grain, TOBACCO, FEATHERS, BEESWAX, (J IN SENG, FLAX SEED, &c. Yarns Advanced on Produce ! ONE POOR SOUTH OF- Cowan, JTIcCltinjr V Co.. Gny St., Knoapville, : : Tenn. 71ieblGwo2 MARBLE .Grave . Stones, &c. THE MOST BEATJTIFU-LLI FINISHED GRAVE STORES CAN EE HAD AT THE Lynchburg Marble Works, ' AS CHEAP AS ANY OTHER ESTAB l LISIIMENT IN THE COUNTRY. 31 o numents BEAUTIFUL AND CHEAP 1 I TOMBS, HEAD AND FOOT STONES. AND IN FACT EVERYTHING IN THE MARBLE LINE, CAN BE HAD ON AS REASONA BLE TERMS AS CAN BE BOUGHT ANYWHERE. Address: J. H. GADDESS, Lynchburg:, Vn. - P. f. I refer you to my work in your . Cemeteries: also to Dr. 31. S. Mahonej, Col. G. E. Grisham, aad others, of Jones borough, Tenn. 711eb2tc 60sept2 J. J. ATKINSON TKACTICAL WATCHMAKER AND JEW...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 May 1871

- r id Honesty of Purpose and Equal Bights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. JONESBOROUGH; TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1871. VOL. II. NO.. 36. g"r.:".-' . i'UBtlSHED EVERY THUKSDAY BY OR! C. AVIIEELEU & OH. M. S. JIAIIONET TERMS: $2 00 per Annum in advance PROFESSIONAL- rtTTiur a TT.TSnW. JR.. J lUll 1 1 1 1 1-- w , ATTORNEY AT LAW, ... KTI tCoUcctitttt Anew JOXESBOItOCGH, TKN.NESSEE Prnwnt. attention given to the (Collection of Claims. 70nov3-inG a tnm p7 at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, J05ESUORO, TENNESSEE. Office second door West of Post Office. J. H. M'MN' K. I- KLAIK. M'LIN & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ANI COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to us throughout tlie counties comprising Upper Lat leiniessce. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octi:My THOS. H. REEVES, SVttontvu at 25 arc, & JONESBORO, TENN., WIT T. nttMid to matters connected witl the purchase of Real Kstate, Settling - . . v 1 A. 4". . K...

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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. — 11 May 1871

i mald and ribmtc PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C. WIEELER V Dr. M. S. MAIIOXEY, THURSDAY, MAY II, 1871. C.TIN. 1IER!IIA!Y, A. totuiwcratlc Candidate fertile Presidency. From expressions used by 0 nera t Sher mart'at Ner Orleans lately with reference to the Kn Klux, it is thought he is pre paring the way: to become the nominee of the Democracy for President at the next election. 'TJeneral Sherman says: The respecta ble people of the South are able to pnt d6wn the Ku Klux without the assis tance of Federal bayonets, and uses sun dry: other expressions that look very much like a bid for the candidacy. ' There is no doubt he would be a formi dable antagonist among the old War Democrats of the North. His military career is second to that of but one man in the country ; Grant himself. But it will be hard to unite the party South on him. They Lave too vivid a rccolcction of his achievements during the war to vote for hini' with a very, good grace notwith Ftandiug his evident sympathy no...

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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 May 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE tl niuilDAY, MAY 11. 1871. Rhea' Leads 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. Blanks-1812. TlUnka for the War of 1812. Printed and for sale at the IIehALD and Tribune Office. lTIanlc All M. M. Members of Rhea Lodge, o. 47, are hereby eammoncd to attend the Regular Commanication of the same the 1st Monday in June next, that being the time to elect the Officer for the en ding vear. Also, other very important bummcs will be transacted. By order of tho W. M. 0. W. Meek, Sec'y. Just Received, A large lot of VTaldbon's Genuine C.nln and Graw Scythe. Call and see them at M AMONEY SHirxEY s. Atkin House. Parties visiting Knoxville. during the Industrial Exposition or at any other time, will do well to secure board and lodging at thU house. No better Hotel can be found in the State. Snow. Our high mountains bordering on the North Carolina line, were white with snow, on last Saturday and Sunday. The Wheat Id some parts of the county looks well, but in other parts it is ve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 May 1871

Far m i jv g vcr fcloiv TYrt Soil. " There is contained in the following arti cle from the California Farmer, some oft givcf , hiit pevcrtt.ela.ss very timely advice whiA tfe cttmmenl 'specially to --young farmers and fruit-growers, who have not yet learned that the surest and best way to progress is to ' make haste slowly." They are in a hurry to secure results, and start the plows when the earth is but little better than mud. We have often urged the notice of farmers to thi subject, as one of great importance. Any traveler among our farming districts can see large tracts pf land that have been plowed wb4 yet, and unfit ,to be worked, observ ing very large, heavy clods of earth, which, in the hot season, become like a heated brick, burning all the roots of grain or other produce near it. Besides this evil, no seeds .cao -vegetate and grow well upon soil thus cultivated, nor can that soil give back as much nutrition as if plowed when it is in the ' right condition,1 and upon a warm,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 May 1871

i 1 V r if 1 i -i i ii in i wmm m nMHiWMMinijijpL, mfmm 1 - '."t : i r t 'i - ft: ' . . i f.-: :.i ia :;.s. )-.:.: I . .-it . . .. 3, ; - f Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to'all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. 1 '--!. .... 4 1 ... 1 r J m -t V : 1 O. i i; PUBLISHED fcVEltY TITCIISDAV BY rtn. r WHEELER & - DR. W. S. MAn03TEI TERMS: $2 00 per Annam In advance PROFESSIONAL. ATTORNEY AT LW; AND 4' aoVESBOROUG II, TENNESSEE trm-nt. attention given to the "Collection of Claims. 70nov3-in0 t"jAMES G. DEADEEICK, Attornev at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, v JOXESBORO, .x.i. Office "cond door West of Post Office 71niHr23 J. n. M'M N- . I BLAIK, M'LIN & BLAIR, . a TTORNEYS AT LA W, t AN'D : COLLECTING AGENTS,' JONESBORO TENNESSEE. 'pHdMi'T attention given to all busings phtrutrd to 114 throughout the counties comprising Upper Enrt Tennefw. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7iiocti3-iy THOS. H. REEVES, C3 JO.i:SBORO TE..., . WIL1, attend to matters eoniiect 1 with tlio jMireha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 May 1871

itxnli and tribune PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUKSDAY BY Dr. C. WHEELER A Dr. m. S. IflAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1871. THE l.MTEI) STATES AXD E.G- It" isJaite- probablr that the .long standing difficulties between oar country and England will soon reach a positive and permanent adjustment, satisfactory to both parties. ' The 'questions, upon which j the two governments have been at vari ance, embrace , the famous Alabama claims, the Northwestern fisheries, the Northwes tern boundary and the navigation af the St. Lawrence river. To adjust thee deli cate and perplexing matters of interna national interest and importance, .Queen Victoria and President Grant appointed a Joint High Commission, which convened atWaahington and has now completed lis labor. ,The treaty Las been signed, scal ed and delivered to the official represen tatives of each government.' The Com motion' Befmed animated throughout by a derire to remove every antagonism to a friendly relation and perfect harmony be tween the nat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 May 1871

t HERALD; AND. TRIBUNE, ; IfcilSDAY, MAY TS,' 1871. Rhea L.0dgn7if. 47 ( I ; : ' Regular Meetings every Monday night, i ' .1 . 1 ' Blanks-1812.,V;:',H.!''". ;. ' " " "": - Pension 'Blanks .fur the War of 1812, Printed an for pale at the Herald and Tjuife, office: ; y ; ;;; , :::y;:. jviasonic' ' '" fl ' All M. M. Members ot Rhea Lodge, No. 17, are hereby,"1 summoned to attend the Regular Com mimicatkm of the pauie the lBt Monday in. June next, tljat being the time tb: elect the Officers - for the en duing vear. f Also, other very important Wines "will be transacted. Uy order of the Will CMkek, Sec'y.:; ) '! . ' r. t '' r- .. Jnst Received A large lot dr ."VValdkon's Genuine Grainand Grafs' Scythes. , Call and fee tbein at , , M AHO.NEY. SHIPLEY'S. " , ; , ' :, , rr Sale. The Two Basement Stories of the large nrick bniMinr. known as Fall Branch Normal College. ' Situated in FalipSranct i J Washington County Tennessee, . together nth the lot, on which it tstouds is now for Sale. A rar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 May 1871

t t i i ;1 I,' .1 .1 . ; t . j MiscEiJkv The aiS,-J" 15: ii.'i iui ;i itr; time formed the mosi uinu.-i.ij; Majic of our histories; but unfortunately most of the pearls of thcL KotyaiJ"Jesre vpryoubtful. We Lavfe beircalks tipon to admireXnot-') uiach the sayings and doings of heroes, as the ideals of those heroes, which the histo rians have imagined. Like the German in the celebrated anecdote, tbeyhavd not pat down bon estlj to describe to . camel from close observation, 1 but to -evolve" a fictitious animal out '-of thb depths of their own self-consciousness.' Niebuhr lias taught us, in spite of Sir G. Corne wall Lewis, no longer to give credence to the old stories of Livy ana tl.e eai 1 y Ko inan historians, but Ut regard the legend? of jWie, just as welobld the Lid "ballad ofitfigiaud. Wfotrol believe if; Konf ul'i-taiitl Ileiuusand their wolf-nurse, aiiv more than we do in the decils of Percy at Chevy Chase. Did that grand he. oof ro mance, King Arthur, ever nit with bis chosen...

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