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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 May 1871

V i rrJ T J" f I C .:-ylln;: -!. 1I' V'T 7T1 'fit ' I 1 1 . J ' ' ! i ' ! (( 1 i V- T . , ft' ' ' A "A Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all "Men, Vffl: isecure Happiness to the People.' - ' 1 '.'S.v.-.j - - i- ri i VOL. II. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE,? THTJRSDAY, MA:Y 25, 1871. NO. 88.' , - 1 .'-' in j. r 3XiiM .ari4 tribune. I'CnLISUED EVKKY THUItSDAY BY DR. C. & DR. M. S. JIAIIOXEIl'. TE11MS: $2 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAL- JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATT0RNEYdAT .JOXESBOROUGII, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to , the Collection of Claims. 70nov3-intJ jamesg7 "deaderick. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOMSHORO, TEXXrSSEE. Office sccon.1 djor "NVest of I'ost Office. 71iu:ir23 J. Jl. M'MN. R. J,. BL.AIH. WLU & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. rnoMl'T attention iv-n to all bn-hifss 'iitrutol to in throughout tin- countH-s H-ninprisinsr Upper Kast Teiiiu-sco. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7octi:$-ly ' THOS. H. REEVES, att...

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. — 25 May 1871

: : 3 : " l1 rt tr m r r r i Z 3 J f . f ! Hi Hi T 1 J Tl. i 'i i v. i. Sir f I, I'. J.i I:. I it I ' 4 " I . J t 1 ; 1 if ( ' ' i : n -. i 1 1 H i f 1 M i ' i -s ted, nnles PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY Dr. C WHEELER V Dr. 71. S. TIAIIOXET. THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1871. QUO WARRANTO. - - Uft3ei this haul, the miniature Vesuvius over the war, flaunting tbe misnomer "Tennessee Patriot," last week vomited a huge cloj3 o densest smoke and a small thread of harmless lava. The "righteous indignation, was there, bat bad not euffi- cient motive power to iorce its way through clumsy diction and flinty rhetoric. Ilowever, the "holy horror" of the edi tor was not so intensified by Republican enormities as to completely throw his mind into a' muddle, and he had ' the ade- qaate foresight and selfpossession to ex press' the desire that Republican cotempor aries tell him, "why all this commotion in and about the temple." Anticipating th nature of the answer, he asks : "Do yon say that the people ehall n...

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. — 25 May 1871

TTF-RATn AND TRIBUNE. TliUHSDAY, MAY 23, 1871. Rhea lAtdgt) N. 4T. . Regular Meetings every Monday night, Blanks-1812. Tension Blanks for the War of 1812. Printed and for rale at the IIeuald and Tribune Office. JTInsoiiic. All M M "Members of Rhea Lodge No. 17, are hereby summoned to attend the Regular Communication of the same the 1st Monday in June next, that being ihfl time to elect the Officers for the en- Also, other very important business will be transacted. By order of tho W. 31- C W. Meek, Sec'y. Just Received, A large lot of Waldbon's Genuine Grain and Grass Scythes. Call and see them at Mahosey a Shipley's. Tor Sale. The Two Basement Stories of the large brick buildiog, known as Fall Branch Normal College. Situated in FallJBrancb, "Washington County Tennessee, together with the lot. on which it stands is now for Sale. A rare chance for a profitable in vestment, especially for Educators. For particulars, address Jas. Haws, or Rev. W. T. Fleenor, Committee, Fall Branch, Ten...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 May 1871

. i H Ml it At in. I 1 -f i ' 1 1 - ;7? Ml t M -i , ) 1 1 i I'' ;l 5 Miscellaneous. s A Rat Y liipsTwo Suuli.es. A figbt between a rat and a couple of pnakes (a copperhead and a rattlesnake four and a half feet ia length) occurred at JIoKoespert.-r Ohio, last . week. - The snaljesi not having been ,ed for several da s, were first presented with a mouse, which both reptiles attacked, killing it in thirteen minutes. A large rat was then jut in the cage, when a terrible battle en pued, both snakes striking as rapidly as they could ; the rat also displayed consid erable pluck, keeping up his 'end of the fight bravely. The fight continued from 2 o'clock in the afternoon until 9 at night, when the coppeahead threw up the sponge, and was taken out dead. To prevent the rattlesnake from sharing the same fate, the rat was then removed from the "fgge. TJic rat showed considerable, generalship in the encounter, and every time it was bitten it would retire to the corner of the cage and bite out ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 June 1871

-,. , . .. y . i ii i : 4j 1 0 .ij?ia iii na"ir j;-i: rr ' v ''-T - !.--'. ....-,,,.-.., ..... . -f Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights t o all Men, will secure Happiness to the' People'. 7 - .. ai1 :yOL. II. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1871: NO. 39, ficr'aM ami tribune: I rCBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DR. C. WHEELER & DR. 31. S. JIAIIOXET. TERMS! 82 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIOAI- JOHN ALLISON,; JR., ATTORNEY AT L AW, . -ONESDOROUGII. TENNESSEE. 'Prompt attention given to the . . Collection of Claims. 70nov3-mG "JAMESO" DEADERICK. Attorney at Law and ; , Solicitor in Chancery, JOXESBORO, TEXXESSEE. Office second door West of Tost Office. 71niar23 . J. II. M"MX It. L. ilLAIK. M'LIN & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. PROMPT attention ivMi to nil business vntriMed to us throughout the counties -omprisiiig Upper Ea-t Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7 n ut 13-1 y THOS. H. REEVES, ttovurn at 2j;ui jom:skoro', tex.v,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 June 1871

- 4 Eytvnlrt mi ftxikmxt. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C. WHEELER A: Dr. ITI. S. MAIIOIVEY. THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1871. THIS KAOXVILLE EXPOSITION . Ml We visited lvnoxviue last weeK, and attended the Spring meeting of the East crnDlvision Pair. ' The first two days i e., Thursday and Friday, were given to Horse Racing, Fox Hunting, and Deer Chafing, all of which we presume afford ed some amusement to such as take an in terest in them. Saturday was set as the- day for the Grand Rally of the different Mechanical Organizations of lvnoxviue. J.ne proces sion formed in tho city and proceeded to the Fair Grounds, headed by the Me chanics Cornet Band, which by the way is one . of the best we ever listened to. We regret that we have not fpace to give even a synopsis of the proceedings. We shall pass over the smaller incidents of the day which passed off pleasantly and to the sat isfaction of every one. There were several mistakes made in the management of the Exposition, as is generally the ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 June 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. j-t-i 1 ; : . THURSDAY. JUNE 1, 1871. Rhfa Udc Jim. 4T. Regular Meetings every Monday night. Blanks-1812.. Pension Blanks for the War of 1812. Printed and for sale at the HcitAXD axd Tribune Office . TInsnIc. All M. M Members , of Rhea Lodge,. No. 47, are hereby summoned to attend the Regular Communication of the same Jhe IsOIonday in Jane next, that being the time to elect the Officers for the en Vine vear. Also, other very important busine'ss will be transacted. By order of the W. M. C W. Meek, Sec'y. Religions. A Sacramental meeting will begin in the M. E. Church South, in this place on Saturday next, at 1 1 o'clock, a. m. Ser vice conducted by Rev. J. D. Tadlock, assisted by other ministers. Convention Of M. E. Church will meet at Athens, Tenn.. on the 1 5th of June. All persons coming to it as delegates will please noti ' fy immediately either Rev. J. W. Mann or the undersigned at Athens, Tenn. G. A. Gowin'. Fr Sale. The Two Basement Stories of the large "br...

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

. ! 'Miscellaneous. ' Small Farms. Small farms make near neighbors ; they make good roads ; they make plenty of good schools and cburcbes ; there is , more money made in propotion to the labor, less labor is wanted ; everything is kept neat J less wages have to be paid for help ; less time is wasted ; more is raised to the acre, because it is tilled better ; there is no watehing of hired men ; the mind is not kept in a worry, a stew, a fret all the time. There is not 60 mnch fear ofa drought, of wet weather, of frost, of small prices. There is not so much money to be paid out for agricultural implements. Their wives and children have time to read, to im prove their minds. A tmall horse is soon curried and the work on a small - tarn i alwavs pushed forward in season." Giy ns small farms for comfort ; aye, and givr us small farm for profit. Summer rnlUtvfn?. Ground that is intended for a crop n wheat. eajrH the Uearth and Home sbou be plowed in June. As S"Oti as'lheeom is planted, a f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 June 1871

.i mIjJ. ::sTri -i-.iJ.! 2 0iiT. ,.r:.:.l ;:iTi. .iil " Mil I' j ; 1 : :." .r.-t " - ! o 7 , ' i ,-r;. '.' i 1 1 i f r it Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, Vill secure Happiness to the People. . ) IV, i. k t i I.2 KI . ft 4 V r. A VOL. II. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1871. i NO. 40. ; ' .1?-' .V. ?"l ' ) "l:o ! . J;.-. . r. n v a. ..'f.f , - '' y -i v I . . ... r . .,; 1 ; "' Mr "BLISHED EVERT TnCKSDAY BY. DR. C WHEEIXH & DR. Mi S. ITIAIIOXEV. TEUMS: $2 00 prr Annum in advance. PRO FKSSIO.XAl. JOHN ALLISON, JE., ATTORNEY AT LAAV", iVIk CoUectiug sct; JOXESBOROUOII, TENNESSEE. "Prompt attention given to the XJollection of Claims. 70nov3-mC JAMPS O. DEADEBICK, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOXESBORO, TE..iESSEE. Office accund door West of Toht Office. 71iu:ir23 J. JJ. M"MX. It. L. ULAIR. 31' LIN & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND COLLECTING AGENTS, JONE3BOPwO TENNESSEE. IMioMl'T attention privM to all business .ntnit-'l to us tbronsbout tl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 June 1871

i . - m - i si i i I I PeraW autl EtHmn. PUBLISHED EYERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C WTIEELEIl A iUr. SI. S. 1IAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1871. JEFF DAVIS AS A STUMP ORA TOR. TJie costly lessons and blood j accompa nunent of our late civil conflict, it would eem exerted do abiding inflaence upon the minds of many who led the rebell ion; 1 The arch-traitor, the icheiftain .and Boanejrges of , the Southern insurrection is as conspicuous in defiant rejection ofthe is sue of the war, to the arbitrament of wh!ch he referred his wicked cause, as he was prominent in the formation, manage ment and demolition of his ill-starred Con federacy. - The vanquished, crest-fallen, Mississippi Ex-President, who vainly essayed to add the splendors of imperial rule to the mag nificence of his lordly wealth, raves over his decisive failures and misfortunes, in a manner disgraceful to an average man hood and disgusting to the loftier senti mentsof thote, who followed his blind and fatal leadership. He has resumed ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 June 1871

I HERALD AND TRIBUNE. I THURSDAY, JUNE 8,' 187i: Rhea. Iodir5 7i: 4T. Ilegular Meetings every Monday night Blanks 1812- Pension Blanks for the "War of 1 8 1 2 Printed and for Bale at the IIekald and Tribune Office. 7nvc-ntin Of M E. Church will meet at Athens, Tenn.. on the 1 5th of June. All persons coming to it as delegates will please aoti f a immediately either Rev. J. W . Mann or the undersigned at Athena, Tenn. G.A. Gowrx. Jonesboro Female College. VThe session of this Institution close? to morrow evening. The exercises, u .omnv niul to-morrow evening at tl Methodist Church South, will be highly entertaining, and w bespeak a large at- tendance of our citizens. TTolston Male Institute. , - TL'is Institution closes next week. Pub lic examination will be held on Wednes- .u. ,..ui Tl.nrsdav. Public exercises Tuesday Wednesday and Thursday even ings. This School ban been in a very v.rnimmiT cr,ndition.durinetbe past year, owing to the perseverance, good discipline and ripe Bcholars...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 June 1871

Miscellaneous. Short Crop, uud lite Kfiiirtiy, It is now a tolerably well-established fact that the cr;p of oats and Lay is so badly cut off by the long-continued spring drought that only a very partial resuscita tion is possible with the most favorable weather. The loss of these forage crops is of such a serious character that steps must be taken immediately to make up the loss in part at least. As. it is to meet a want in the forage of our milk, beef and work animals principally that we must undertake, there are three articles that being yet in good time demand our con sideration. ' First: Millet (Panicum Miliacevm) This is a very valuable animal forage ' plant. v Its stocks and leaves are somewhat like Indian corn, but smaller, grows to the height of three to lour feet, bears a long panicle of very solid seed that makes edible cakes. The length of the panicle prevents the entire grains maturing alike, and it is test to cut it when the tips are bard and the. base yet in the dough ...

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. — 15 June 1871

r . r r.'ciTr.i-.r .741 Honesty of Purpose ! and JEqual Rights to ah Men, Trill 'secure Happiness to. the People vl.'ij'TI.'i'.!-"; 7.'" YOL. II. J ONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THXJIISDAY, JUNE 15. 1871. v NO. 41. , ' -' "fir Tjpi I iX - J L 11 ; flc:T.-oi..i:.;?? s, - -.-: s Ijcvatd until ribimc. . rCBLISHEU EVERY THURSDAY BY DR. C. WIIEEM3R A DR. W. S. 5IAHOXET. Y1'E1IMS: $2 0() per .Amitim in advsince. pnOFESSIOXAI- JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, AM) (toUcctinsi gent, JOXESUOROUGN. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the Coliaction of Claims. 70iiov3-in'j . JAMES G. DEADERICK, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOXESI50UO, TEESSEE. ;OffiC3 c01111 door Yk'cst of Voil 0ffiCC, j.ll.5lUN. It. Jj. BIiAJR. 31'LDT & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, A XII f COLLECTING AGENTS. JONESEORO'. TENNESSEE. IMtoMi'T :ittintion given to all business -ntni-tfl tons tliion-liout tin; itotinties J Dinpri-inir Cpp'-r E:it TeniH-sM-e. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery, j 7iicti:i-ly THOS. H. REEVES, JOM...

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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. — 15 June 1871

gtcvnld and S-vibuue.- . FTTBLISHED EVEU V THTItSDAY BY Dr. C. WHEELS Dr. JI. 9. WAIIOXEY. ,-TirCKSDAY, JUNE 16, 1871. THE NEW DEPARTURE. . The Itrong effort now being "maey" tho iiorc sertii$lff cla of Northern Deiuo-crtVta.orgauixg-tiat.party- oa-an.ciitice-. 1 different. TJatfnrfromtTiat"of 1SCT8." still meets with serious opposition amonf the ueatingoutLrn wiiig of the party. .The 4Vuew departure" ia a direct. Rholetulo, repudiation of the doctrines of the Democratic, parr.y.for thepa&t forty years. It practically . jets aside the old State' .Bights theory of government, and accepts the more ad vanced notions of the llepublicaiis. . That which their National CooveoU'on of 18G8 pronounced nncon ititutional, revolutionary and ..void, they now declare to. be quite the contrary. It requires no extraordinary, discrimination to discover that a great revolution is pro gressing among the masses composing the Democratic party. No doubt a determi nation to-win the next Presidential ra...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 June 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Thursday; jyNj: 15, isti. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING-. Square one insertion, 1 JXJ " Eacn subsequent insertion .. '3 ' Thrve Months,..'.. ..5 00 ""Six - ...; ..r...S 00 1 One Year 12-00 1 Column One Year " w . 40 00 1 t. It 4i00 1 110 00 Al.L. advertisements diK; when inserted, unless upon special agreement. vmre the number of insertion- Is not intfrkefi. advertisements Mill be Inserted " in ior hiil " niul eharired accordingly. For the aunoiincenieiit of candidates for State Oflines, 10; Count y, ; Municipal, :. invariably m aIvaiie.. 'Hrn:!ar Meetings every Monday niglit. Bl-mks-1812. lVu.-i.iu liSaiiK. tli? Wrir '-f T.-;t! :.i.d f..r sale at tl:e JIi:::.M.O AND Tkiih'NIS Office, . - Religious. 1. Man will rrcach at Sul phur Spring next Sabbatli week the 25th at 1 1 o'clock. . . FrrKOiial. Prof. II. Prcsnell begins bis respite by a visit to Athens, to attend the close of the college at that place. We wish him a happy fcojoum, a wife return and the merriest of vacati...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 June 1871

.4 if ! ? li J! i! ' i :1 i ts . i i 4 : ! ! : J' ''it . 1 ' '' 4 - ' I : ; f: i 1Ttc!tt a -VTrriTTta - . ' . , " : ' F.iriJiijig :i. Lfurncd Pretension. e contend ,i ; t incre is fco occur an oa much ino""vIS'.l20. cx- which euarijs to periencc and 'judgment as farming. To be en li rely successful, it must not only be elevated to the rank of the learned pro eseions, but be the most learned of all the professions. As an outline of the fields that should le covered in the education of the future farmer, we copy from Coleman's Rural World, the following, by Prof. G. C. Swallot' of the Agricultural and Mechanical College at Columbia, Missouri : The farmer, like everybody else, needs , u two-fold education, a physical aud an in tellect aal. Ileretofortj our schools have educated the. intellect and neglected the body. We hare given the mind symmetry and power. v.ii leftthe bvdy to deformity and weak ness. Cut we want to send out men from the ludustml College. Physical symme trr atid vigo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 June 1871

a - i --'"" t . -- - , i m ii .Mr , ,w ,. r , - , , . - - . ... ... v . T - f4- 'vr,v'; -.vV, r:;- v.f.Tr-i' TOT-; -- - . ' 7-: : r;?r"fT v.. r j..i;: :'r;.'j,in , ... . fr, j .--- -( ( : .. .v.I : Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will' secure Happiness to the People' vol: in JONESB0R0UGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1871. NO. 42. i W r t . . .... x ... ... . - .i . " I PUBLISHED KVKUY THUKSDAT BY ; - Dft.' WHEEL. JER & ; . D R. JI. S- MAHOSET. ; Ye'RMS: $2 00 'per Annum In advance. PROFESSIOAL. JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND - (Sottcctiug . gent, . JOVESBOROUOII, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. '. : 70nov3-ni0 ' : jamejFg. deaderick. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOESOORO, TEXTOSSEE. ' 'Office second -door West of Post Office. ; 71mar23 ' J. B. M'LIN. R. It. BLAIR. WUS & BLAIR, i AT'm&RNEYS AT LAW, AND COLLECTING AGENTS. 4 JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. j I'HOMi'T attention given to all biiPincHS 'entrusted t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 June 1871

' ... :t ' ' . . .' I - . SScrnltl ami Srilnwc, PUBLISH ED EVERY THURSDAY BY, Dr. C WHEELER & Dr. ITI. S. ITIAIIOXEY THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1 871. no k act: oreelet o.y lee ; AIVIJ jAcKSOX. That Honxe Greeley is a statesman and - philosopher far superior to tho ordinary typo inj this country, it were useless to ' -tfeny. That he is honest, outspoken, gen- erous to a fault, an& ot unquesuonauio : moral courage" we havo abundant proof throughout his long career of usefulness - as a. public man and a private citizen. " . . . .... Hut that he sometimes commits tne most egregious blenders m away that his strong' est "political friends and personal admirers cannot . overlook, is equally notorious, i There are times , when it requires more than human nature to keep pace with cith- r or his philosophical ramblings ' or his ec centric notiots of public policy. " '"'Horace mcst have been in ono of bis - ; blundering moods the other day when he told a , Vicksburg. audience, cor. fisting al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 June 1871

THURSDAY JUN .22. 171., Blanks-1812- - 1n.;nn Tllnnlr for iTie War of 1812 Printed and for sale at the Hekald and m TiiiiiCNB Office -i. v. -rr V- " ? t . -" i ' ' KotiCt. All persons indebted to me are hereby notified that if payment is not tiind. in vo dftvs from -tins aaie, ineir Notes and Accounts will be placed in the Lands of an officer for collection. june22w3 . . . H. C. Lykcii. To Correspondents. T. A. I There is one Photograph Artist here. You might come competi tion is the life of tride. S. A. J. Sober, industrious, working men can find. .w -thirds, employment in t, tnarn rr roirntvJ' s-J' ' ' . . - - TO M. We have one resident Dentist, and he is a No. I. T A 51c. & Co. There is Water Pow cr in town and all through the county. There arc no Steaitf Mills of any kind in tv. extent one Steam Saw U v a w J Mill at Johnson City. VQO Your article is too long for the amount of space wt nave a iauic wiu too many writers. 1 .T AKE R Our ladies are not too fash :.-v.i-. a f. Im...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 June 1871

Miscellaneous. Tie Crn Grub. k 5 The corn crop Las several formidable enemies to contend with, and among them istbe grub, which sometimes literally des troy whole fields, ' or damage,, tho crop seriously. One of the best and most con venient remedies perhaps the very best ever suggested is the application of salt as eoon as the plant mutes Its appearance above ground, prepared and used in this way ; Take one part co ainion salt and three parts plaster or gypsum, and apply a table Fpoonful around each hill. It will be found to be a sure protection. The mixture should not come in contact with the young plan tn, as it .may destroy thein. This method has been tried over and over again by seine of the best fa rmers of Pennsyl vania, -Delaware and Jersey, and when ; properly applied has never failed to be , perfectly successful. We hope our far mers; w ho have reason to fear the depreda tions of the grub, tie present season, will try this mixture, leaving a few alternate rows of corn with...

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