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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 April 1877

be clfclilj! Ijcralb, rriLitntb av W. S. TIPTON & CO., KVI.IiT TIIl'KSDa Y UOHNINO. J kit MS; Ooe copy one year 11 00 Oue copy aix mo:ilbi 1 IS Ooe copy three lunula blLtfle cop.cn It Experience has laui.t ua not to print a Dewapapcr ou crctlll. RATES OF ADVERTISING. rict I iD'-b ...... 51 iu he- I Hj. Ill - 4 Inclie ft mines. liitir cii mi i. c MM i i: inn i. 1 1 u 1 1 ui. 1 1 in. 1 1 m ,1 " . I I i t m t uu I w if IM 4 Ml J i- : vi 7 M li SM pi , 7 Oo I 1 uu la .ji 11 I.' UU In il IV t '!' 4l vul 1 Ou lit uu ' uu 41 UU H (! I IV la ui' 1. ou u Uu 60 uu luU uu MkrrUka an.J BSSttMfJf noticoa orar oua aquare, chargad far at half regular rati. All local uotua 10 ceuta a line for ea. b lanctjoav VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENN., APRIL 5, 1877 NO. 1-2. No noticaa iimettej fur leaa tuau ceuti. flfly STRENGTH FOR TO-DAY. Strength for to-day ia all that we need. Aa tbera never will be a to-morrow ; For tc-morrow will prove but another to-day With it meaaure of Joy and aorrow. Then why forccaa...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 April 1877

Xhl Weekly Herald. ryiM-al tetiioii 21 ot'aii uct, lNjy-'Jo, entitled -Ail Act I I - ........ , . . i . t t ' ami opened up the interior the APRIL 5. 177. W o. ICM2UM, ) Eltra, One Dltinired and Mtj-lni Mlla miai i um tlsi c.ui AeMMlrti An Act to amend the rt ventu- Statf."' laws ol UM Stale.' To repeal an art p.,-,, I Mi.v To amend an net entitled "An 17. 1M5. entitled "A.. Art to - Act to el.ai.Ke the linen between anaand the crimiual laws of tin tho counties of 1'olk, Mi-Minn, State." Hawkins, Ilaniblen, Cheatham ; To repeal section M of chapter and Did:on,"pav,.-.l March SI. ft! nf .., . ir k n iW - w, and ipproTed .March 94, entitled uAn Act to 'ii.cori'.or.ite' Pogb King' 1,UP. "ft0, . ,, f Ult) Dandridge Railroad Cou.pa- business plac. I II UllMlliI 'Ml I.II.'.-ikI I, .....II M i 1 . . . - . . . ' . aici i.ir other iiiirnoses. ' wu,enuiieu."An Act torofo-l To wnend section 2108 of the i.in- u.c -.i'Cii' iiitiic imo in ue- i 'n, .. ..i..i ... ; .. ... Dal- faiuilv now live, an...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 April 1877

The Weekly Herald. Dr. ('anion hat PffaNtffl' bis P" tiiti h1k i. T!ie MWMWCll for a fair SMSl en. nrv U-ttt-r. Tom Cute will soon bafts liis new livery 6tal ! Inlthiil. Mr. Sam. H uincs lvtunird with bis "lx tlt r hull" from Pliilu.tlilj.hiu hut Friday. Mr. A. 1!. MiutftB Stnl l.nl, oi J.wk- on, Temi., mm sprofllisj a Bra fajs with their relative in (bit eitv. e Rev. J. 1. Kuril it ml famiiv hrive re toned from Ohio, when they haws bast) on a visit tn th-ir relathea. TIm Poctmaater General has emit three of his patent answers to Sppli cants for office hi ( IfJVohuid. J. SuvNTni.ML'iEi:, from Chatta booga, will be in Cleveland with a tine aseortmettt of Plowen next Tuen day, the I Oth alt. Tin- President has appointed Bi.-h o Q:ii:it ird on the hoard of visitoi t-o Went point. The UttOpS are to be withdraw bom Columbia) S. ('., and Hampton made ie fluti Governor. Gabriel, blow that horn ! The telegraph telle us that the President has purchased a pair oi brown horses. That's pood new...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 April 1877

if.Birri.Ti bau UonT. Ftm.-V.ye.Tr good groom knows that sound ota and beans In due projKrt ion, and at least a year old, are itie very t fl for a galloping horse the only food on which it Is possible in get the very best condition out of a raeo-hor'e or a hunter . Jt also has re cently become known that horses do slow work and get f:it, Indeed too fat, on maize and Indian com, which Is fre quently one-third clicaier than the best oats. In the Kast, horse are fed on barley, and it is a popular Idea with EnjflMi ottlr. ru who have lived In Per sia ami Syria that the change of food from barley to oats often, when im pOftBd, produces blindness in Arab horses. Now, although no men under stand better or so well how to gel blood horses into galloping condition as Eng lish groom, they do not, and few of their master do, know the reason why oats and beans are the best food for put ting muscular fleeli on a horse. The agiirultural chemist steps In here, make'' the matter very plain, and show...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 12 April 1877

Mlffhln fttralb, I lll.leUtl) IS) I 1 : . , zz. -m rrT. W. S. TIPTON & CO., rVKHT 1IIL'M1)1 MollMNO T It II M H Ow eopjr oar year... Out till liiuiitiis One cupT three month -Stog-le Copies Iipehftice ban taught us nut to prtul a i-ewapaper ou irwiU. VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENN., APRIL 12, 1877. NO. 13. RATES OF ADVERTISING. pc. i I in. 1 1 m. 1 1 iu. i t m. 1 rear I 111. n t IV I 111 S 1(1 1 IK II IN I!.. IK'1 4 Mi 60 7 00 1 00 It t t I DC be. ttW T Ml too 18 00 HOD 4 tiiihei. ; to u low it oo; w oo a tnche. I tt I II tt I It M to 00 M 00 Half column... 10 or ll ! C M 40 oo to oo One column. I to uo 3000 40 oo to in loo 00 MamajM kud o! miii v uolioea mr on aquare, liari I far t hilf i.-. slat raloa All loc uotice 10 oenta lui for aacli UiaorUou. No uoti .- iiuterteil for It than Dftjr cent. "GOD knows: Uh ! ... : and dark wt the wiutrr night, When the emigrant abip wont down, Uut Junl ouUide of the harbor bar, In the eight of the atartled town I Tkt wln.U bowled, and the tea roar...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 12 April 1877

The Weekly Herald. A PHIL IS, I8TT. i ne recent aotion os out wor n if fill Cnunty Court U fetation neiIliBd sclkool in tewata ipectolljTi bw been tkf subject of uniTtwal eommtot, ilisrussionai.il .lfinniciation. It rs not our purpose to driiotimv in what wo shall say of that action it baapMsed of record, and musl tend the tK of future icrotlnj and availil)''liy Intended to at tain. We do not ondone the ac tion referredto. and shall brfeflj give B'liiio fW reasons in support of our position of non-indona jncnt. First, the rate of taxation t fixed et ten cents on tho oik bundled dollars is not sufficient ta earn on (lie legitimate oxpen- i' iti.. eonntv. and secondly. we are unqualifiedly opposed to plundering Ine schools of thorn nne derived from tax on polls In the vcar 18T8 the school tax of this county in aggregate was 18,438.805 in detail the school should have recovered, if all fax os assessed should have been col lecte 1 (which is not however the case), From poll ta, From prop...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 12 April 1877

ii ", H'JOJBBI The Weekly lkVrali!. ( .'!i'x!auJ blockings. fills mar liijh he.il iu Jic;l mo For fine Whiskies lof 0 to Frank Kelly's. An exoelktnl P i ue for Uattie 1 1 be opoMd lt of Miy. Tsn&S, 19 O'J per month. Boom A Oajsswb. The ruiu storm SScturdsty &Jki raised the red to uw ihiarhig. All bads of piatoU, netalie and raper cwtridgw at Robfrtaoo't lijok tore. Peisoiut ail Ollirrwln. Hisbon Qoj itar J was in tho ciey IlLiiw.ok, aul MMW4a W'l CUireh 0:1 Tucilay. Rt T.vn.in-r iV.k. ervnt a il i vith hh reUslm U tau yUee tb weak. I.'. U (! ('it tu:i. u ij na ! - N i ..lent for BOSS UaO hat rttiinil and will prOMt at Lin church on B Sfc. v 'v( "n'ln of Junes count V v?a in to.v:i Sj:i 1 if, Mr. laoA ShipWof OtorjtiMTi .111 114 tli!9 WVfk. hflO'j'l WOM1 rail. The (MSIon of this OOWM y aro hc puaiaffio plant corn. The pros jicr-t for a yooj wheat OTOp so far in gonj. Mr. Sum limit took ohftTgO of tin Ptattoftes on Fiid.iy la-st. Mr. L L. ( Wicnt is h'u assistant. Bo careful, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 12 April 1877

AbRKTLTTlAL. Witm cuu Ci'LTi a. Wherever there U nprlnj; water running in open in i in - or mi. ill broolci mNHM msy he grown. The moil favorable condi tions of IU growth, says the Toronto ib.i,t, are a gently flowing stream of water from three to six inches deep, with a gravelly bottom, underlaid with loam, and fed by springs of uniform temperature. On a neighboring farm rise a strong spring, in which, some four or Ave years ago, water-cress seed was sown. Now there is a complete mat of plants, not near the spring only, but all along the stream for a mile or more, pieo-H oi branches ami roots having oc casionally been torn off and carried down by the current to some quiet places where they took root. In the sheltered hays and nooks of thli brook, when al ternate layers of muck and gravel were wa.tlied on, the plants seem to luxuriate the ini'-t. Where similar conditions exist natur ally but little labor is necessary to es tablish a water-cress Led sufficient for home ute, but when ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 19 April 1877

be $eeklrj Ijcrulb, W. S. TIPTON & CO., tWHV HHUBH,) ! 'I ISM. T I K V s uut i pj cue fr . Our it" l lin.i.t M . Ol.. iuj . liner lu hill Mugl I . pint H OU ... 1 W .. .. us kUiie.U-i. r lib. Uu,Ul us but lu pltiit a wsiaiwr uu cretin. RATES OF ADVERTISING. rca. 1 1 as. ta. 1 1 m. m. 1 1 I $ 1 H' I I to I 6 () ) w l 4 W 4 M T 00 II U It Ou t to 00 1C 00: 1 u 7 Ou I Ml 10 00 U OU W 00 t 00 It 00 16 00 u 00 MOO 10 00 It 0 K 00 40 00 0000 WOO 1000 4000 (000 100 00 VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENN., APRIL lii, 1877. NO. 11. i u I Inches. 4 Inchts Inchom. Half luluiiiu Our Column Man . and obituary uotlraa ovr out -,.!. ' Ui,, I far at half regular rate All local uotioe lu ceuU a liua fur ttoti LUMTUuU. No notice inwrteJ fur le.o than htij OOLU "OIVK HIM A LIFT." LHvo trim i lift' Don't kneel m prayer, Nor ui -ii. ... with hi deapair ; 1 lie man in down and lux great need Jo ready help not prayer and creed. I m Unit that the wound are vaahcd and lieal ed. That the ('hriat)v motive lie reveal...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 19 April 1877

"KM k-:t.l 1. inev.tr I r.ltrsll. The East Tennessee IT: ivertity, r ritv of Kimiville. mnmnR so'IM'.h i Oimrt 1' till H I l ilts Oi HJI M'. 1.01 is Fine, em in Sl LlZiu i(-t Vi.ek I 1 l j 1 1 .1 ... i 'i 1 IO W 111! ill . . . I I lairOKK::!. Jms :ic!v ocm- npLTiai uuiMirfi o i. t-v 1 , ' u. we hiod Ihe attention of Uie daily I rlv papon nir.i.hh tome frddi- ! ?tl of fifty. Tho H I I ... I III A II,! , ., CASK ft KIHOL HUfll Wli STJIEJ Uitotereta,5rcioiitnd uropav iod iQunacotnooL hai Utelf ootu iKrs published in llud itv. Tht ,k",?nr''lr ,hV ",rii,i."- ,I:s""i,,n Wook-uuiills a l'at- .. 1 '. cene ttltendina the dt-truction i. r..i. m .r i... i i NEW GrOOr3 nrooeiietwyvjiiaicaunfuiewii by lire of the Southorn lj.ml at imam ' Off iwrr REcnm ami ros SAM: OIIBAP ton CASH. MEMBER "MONEY BAYED IS MONEY MADE."' tutts PILLS Ion of thofo m charge, an-ltne KL Louis, it an earn hour on TObUM md Ap-;:- .ii!ii:;,-its iff.-; we im-nlay morning. Jlio esetpe lent manajrement.. nroclahirina " m '.M...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 19 April 1877

. . V, r KINK RVW Tho Weekly Uentld. ( Inei ruulu lirolKl.te: A RsMHoil lire lor ItMffel, , oii . iamlcta. FORDt) ELEOTUlOit the bm Ktorp. KORD ELECTRIC 1 the Drag Bfavt. FORD'S ELECTRIC at tho Drai FORD'S BLKOTRIC at Ute Drag Btoro, III ! ' .1. !l 1 nil I II ' i : I lit, Wl U'l TlittfacherB of Bnullrv i )ii :ty !i-M ,niidi:i two r.iMtnrj hoiiari on the a coim-nliuu at tho Manoutc Lmlilute 0a3t gidu of public imiarc this earing, in thu L hut SaturiLtv. jOuv of the housin v. ill be uaed for a The bourn- WM Billed to order lv l.aiikii.ir huainfas ami the other for a An excellent Future fr (V.tt'oto bo opened t of May, Terms, 2 00 er mouth, lives i:n & GaKFMUm Miwourl Ultmnuacne rCidpr at Prank Kolly'f, 'i'lio host. Flour iit Cowan & Uaut'i tor ti.00 ber sack. Remember thai Hays' market houso, nortli side of nuuliti square, i ; the place to boy fresh meats. Our Atlanta market rc-jiurts show wheat to he worth f I.90g2.00j com G4ft65e. Grok is going higher and higher. The tMepeto...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 19 April 1877

lt.IKTI.Tl Bit. Ovn Cbowimo. Orer cropping la auol. jjeueral eril that we feel con ktr&lneJ, is the planting season la about to begin, to utter a protest sgali.st auch a senseless and mln hlevotu practice. So man can farm ssilsfsL-torlly or pro fitably who plants more than he can plant well and then cultivate well. ThU haa been one of the curses of the Aouth, and strsnge to aajr, the fast-ins-lion of planting a large acreage seem to be an lrreslstable teuiptatiou In lace of repeated failures. All know who have tried both ways that one acre well planted and cultivated is not only cul tivated with far lens labor and wear and t ar of horseflesh, but makes a larger crop and It Is saved with leas labor. Yet there are hundreds of farmers who, after half preparing their land, plant twice as much as they ought, get hope lessly caught lu the grass and weeds, :ire always in a hurry, yet never catch up with their work, and after all make a poor crop. This is not sensible and does not pay. ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 26 April 1877

rcu.iiuu) it W. S. TIPTON & CO., LtihY lUURSDiY MOHNINU. T I K M : Oue rup) urn- year one cony in mouth our dpi three uiolius blLle Lup.ea I' 1 10 HI Irpenenre bu taDi'lil ua not Ui print ft iiewkpaper ou credit. VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENX., APRIL -20, 1877. NO. 15. RATES OF ADVERTISING. ' I i in , i in. 1 1 m. in. t yrr i iiu b 1 1 vi o u t iv h m i it t II,. he- I 111, lie. t I DC bet. t In. ben. Half luluiub Oh' . .i iiii.ii I" r lu M Ut. in. ; to t u. It at 1ft u m do lft (4 19 (M IK I IN 111 111 Oil U I IS 00 to ()' 10 00 V, UU 40 00 tv uu .. (, ... m ,v MamafM ftud obituary notteca over on aquare., cliirged far it Lair regular rate. All locai uoticM 10 centa a Ime for each iuMrtiou. Ko notice inserted (or leae than fcfty oenta. THE SOLDIER'S FAREWELL TO LIFE. I : n. Ilia Oariuaa. J l,i burning wound, the troubling lip wan white ; Heart-throb that (alter, ebbing alow and alow While the fair laudaoape (aiuta from my dim aight, That cloaca on the aoenea I loved to know ; The li...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 26 April 1877

a CHEAP C&SZ STORE! ars w a ccds i j.isr RBfclf KB jui ron IAUE chk.m ron CAS H . REMEMBER "MONEY BAYED IS lfNEY MADE." The Weekly Herald. APRIL i 1677. It Is now twelve Venn since the v. ar oe Mod. The grasses of spring bete grown green ever the dust of Federal and confederate dead, Their virtues, their fidelity, their ilor have become n part and parcel of the past, their heroic acts and noble devotions to prin ciples have passed into the urn of memory there let them rest it wo are ever to be pot together during litis gcneraHom as one people, new is tlie time. It is more difficult for of Kasl Ten nesteo to forget the past than any other section, and when the histo ry ( the war i read we will be excused for thai, bul I iaveiy, tho raal OtUteof the war is gone, and can never be restored, and with it went the great political hone of contention) and really there ia no great issuers now, dividing tho poople, and thero u no excuse fbr c indedorates being all on one side of politics, ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 26 April 1877

Uu Weekly UemlA , i. -M -. ... ,. lo.e l tin- I'ri v Hi liooi 1 Tin fre Mbool utnlr tha duuve Bl ! P.-..f M-.lri.l,,,. ., I M.-,,l,ii-rr. ? to ll'T liUrfbllfl Wko urn llie Hleuttt. Ilolhiwuj 1 Mitt A. MSMMM. CLEL-STID MJUtbi vuuu ubj u.t,i BfofiiUor worbiJ dcj.oHi o IWH0LI8ALB If ABK1T I t M (u hi Udirul ' lor "ui;i;s ! ' ': ' ' M ' 1 :! l',f l'!i- li tlj. iniii bocu:icw oh liuiL'j. ioiut and ti.su i. rbu Dietli iurk lnvt' lettered tun ';. I i . I : i.. l I .. . . ....... i , ... t kid ..i.n tl' li-'l f li. IkfLI.V W . . . oiaA. Varatel. aaiinatbn. cteui sUowiui f tbs I ' " U: It has L.-.-H iu.-onu-tiwy j.roveu : 1 UDs EKEi'lIUO al tho Drug pul : ' taacbon bw ' i iKD'S KLEOTRIO t the Ding Si .rc-. KORiySBUfiOimCal the Dm H ufo, iORDI UtUTUlCnJ tha Drug Ktoife crying. tbiv ,!i ..liar tliat IT! alTOIUlUUi ilUlClllJllI 111 Saiil H t If UU;ilT l:i l.!AT W llO ...T. ......I il,,.. ,L nfami tbcirwWautT m Uu ..in,' is , n,.v,.r r,.,i0d. y tint yon married Bold erybsw for 26 ooot ptv box W"...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 26 April 1877

AiifclULtCfiAL. Food fbom the Atmohphebb. Can we not get abundance of ammonia and carbon from tbeatmotiiherer1 In answer to thta question a celebrated Kt(ll.li farmer writes tbus: "A careful study of tii. in i . recent works on modern farmin by I Mg, taken in conjunction with his loriuir admirable productions, baa still I'urilier confirmed uiv belief in bis so-called murlal theory. In seeking uddltionul facts tojnstilymy convic tions 1 select the following: A success iul farming friend of mine never man ures for his turnips, but depend en tirely upon cultivation, and 1 never saw him fail in growing a good cropof white turnips. These are led oft by sheep, eating no oil cake nor corn ; barley sown with seeds succeeded the turnips, and are followed by w heat thus completing the four year's rotation. In the second course, or rotation, beans or peas take the place of clover, so that it Is only grown once in eight years. He plows the ground at least live times before sowing the turnips, a...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 3 May 1877

mUMBtO IT W. S. TIPTON & CO., LVFHT TUl'HSPAY MOUSING. UKU1: .Ou- oipr oae J far our cod nil uiutiibs out copy tare muulbi Mi , ' ,).m I. 1 iprrruc- bu UUbl ui Dot to print a iittiir ou 1 1 fin i. VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENX., MAY 3, 1877. no. Hi. RATES OF ADVERTISING. avaca. 1 1 ui ui. 1 1 in. u. JTftir I i M uj M If M l tin I IncUea,.... t loco. 6 IMM..,.. Hi! eolullill Onr Culuillfi ; ui I IV1 111 Wi ll UI, k Ui 7 If It til 15 U UI 1 uo V lt M, uu 111 UI 11 UU1 HI, 4U UW ' It It It Ml u in) ou iir :,. 1 obituary uoIicm OYer out aquars ifeapi for kt i.k.f regular rates All local notices 10 cents a liaa fur each iiuwruou. No notices iutertad for lorn than fifty tent. " THE FiR-OFF HEIGHT." Oft in fanor 1 bar butlded Air v castles to the sky, Aud aa oft I've iMO tUnm crumble To the dut. whure now tuej lie. I bar longed to climb tbe mountain That U called tbe Mount of Fame, And upon Ita lofty summit Tbere to write au honored name. But to-day I Yiew the ruina Of ao many abkttered dre...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 3 May 1877

tr.. sours or m:wk ttc.ith ot If. ti. ll.imniutv. Ex Senator Wrownlow j n M: II J Hjl tJRflflf ft HoftrtbatUoof the great f:u- more. Hedanarled thin lii t.ll..ili ,. '. i !i i e in Turlitw 1 IM if;( k iilli- 3T23W 02DSI Ht,: CUEAP rOR f.r PRCCITCD aii roil that the Hussiaii8 wore routed j ith .1 loss of 600 men. j '. irlea 13. il.uriR, editor of the I "Ohio Farmer," is dead. 1 ; John Jay is ehiinnin of 1 Jm- I ..,,.,..,:,,..,, 4 ... : ,:..... .. . L .. v ... C A S H day. It v. . f Bfhl otllclia Kaon,. Son lap, April near Ifttoow, a eit on thrf Black r- Bru willow w:,, born Sea juit on the Lorler :" Can- j Wytho county, Virginia, Aug caU8, a Torkiali Province. The! 89th, 1900; making-At tno tin Pashn claims in Ua diapateb llhat liia death 71 y.-ar . B month Though bo bad l on an tnvt for ton ! r . no ono expect I loath at the tirno i happen air, Ilrawnlew, though not or. c!" Ken RElfBMBfcB "MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE." Tin Weakly Herald. May ;, l r 77. (ov. Kiehola, of Louisiana baa a...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 3 May 1877

Tlic Weekly Jlerajd. OAT III Mmorln: i. M ft.:. .') .t!e Vll.MV V.': . i . v.'v.i Sukirlou Oa., ('ai., FsH, A ttmttrul Cure for a :ii h, j Mi - in w mti rat : .l.t, k . - .::-.U?i.t. Afl (, FORDBEIW0.tthlUf b.i.oj to L, Blow. A, , . .-, .. riea .Mr. . ). , Mi) iu Lift ti:iatl. The i iiiiL'Tui4tL), (,"'Vi-'" by l(xit! Jto;;. ra mi a of by Mr, M i. !i :i von iiiu-ropiia :! A BKET Oni -, rted Weekly bj Ci.c: . iD, Tji.vv. The follvTiij urc tho qaotadDw A, L. :.i,;.,r.v'' SILL, l v Jli t Is .LA IN I) Jtl All V ( 1 1 K . FORD'S ELECTRIC it fee Drag Mi iv. PORD'S ELECTRIC at the Drag titon. The "Bella of tiertdaod H the cbMnpion B bent dgW in t m. QnvD i rodui ;ion i-i prfcasi at Huff Han's store Gh lei for yoBtach aud Ley yourself rich. Go t'j Cowan & Gaut'a for Sugar 4 Quite, li . l A i t.fi. I wilj pay the highest cash price tor hides both greed and dry. ii. K. Hayi. TvlNtl & O.SKIL L:iV0 , ,. .; ;v l , & shoe ahop, oh South Btroot, xiherv they would i, pleated to see ell t...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 3 May 1877

aii km ran mi.. Paoirr or Bu Keepixo. In answer to the question keeping payl-" we Dull tliat Jf,iive'iTs Ktepiny Dirtclory advances tills argil- ; uieui: "e Mill Due our estimate tlrnt MM Hie poorest, and from that up to the bent sections of the countijr. Uiid hundred colonies In the -i section of the country for honey would produce lllty (round surplus combed honey to the hive. That would give ui tlvti thousand iouuds of honey. Hell thai at twenty cent a pound, and we have one thousand dollars for our crop of honey. Our next estimate we will make upon a fair locality for honey, and In this our lowest estimate on one hundred colonies would be one hun dred pounds (o the colony or ten thou -sand pounds in all. Hold at twenty cents )er iioutid would be two thousand dollars. Lowest estimate upon one hundred colonies in medium locality, would be two hundred pounds, or In all twenty thousand pounds of honey; sold at same price as above, would be the snug sum of four thousand dollars. Lowe...

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