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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 10 May 1877

riaimui, ir W. 8. TIPTON & CO., ITBBT THL'MDAT aJORMINO. riBMii ou copy cue year t w Cue cony atx muutbi l M Our mSt three nioutlu M si 1. 1 I . Kipertmce has ttiu.'M at Lul 10 print uewauapr uu credit. 1 wall VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENN., MAY 10, 1877. NO. 17. RATES OF ADVERTISING. mm, 1 1 m. 1 1 m. 1 1 m. in. 1 1 yr ' :" ltIUtlujiMN "" 4M t W I W 11 M 16 M Hi. ..,, i m t ku I u) lft aa is uu t Iim lata .. t IlK-UM. Hall Mtaaaa Oq- oiiuinu. IM t It I I tt It M If I lu VI, It It 11 ... 4" uu J" v, ww vi m tu iv log w IS i H tu l Mimik'i aud otitutry uoUcea orer out , .r.- I. in. j far tl half regular rataa All local uotice 10 oeiita t Hat ft.r aj h loaaruou. No uohoea inserted for leat than fift SOME DAY. home day earth will know no gloom, Home day faith will rise from Bleep, isooie day hope will bud aud bloom. Borne day meu will ot-aae to weep , Wbeu the path of life u rough, Some day death will cry, enough ! borne day water wil! be wiue, Home day woe be changed to weal, Home day ...

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. — 10 May 1877

.V. L. SHABP'S Bill) GASH MM! Tka 99mpmf$ v Party It i dimmed by a great ninny that the ''policy!' of President Usyes toward thn BonfJi v. ill cause (he formation of a nowar ty. Thc-re arj a groat many lib eral Democrats whose views oi The Kaslcru Wui- and the tirxln 'i'i-n: . isrs-w 0003301 ii'ST glOMTII As Fort 8ALLCIIL.1I LOR C A S H . 'JKMEMBEIl "MONEY BAYED IS MONEY MADE." The Weekly Herald. Mat 10. 1877. AVc publish (his wook the proc lamation of the President convey iiiff. lot I. Bciuci oi Cf I SM I in extra st ssion on October the 15tli. This call is made ftofla tho Fact that the last UongPSSS Jailed to make the proper appropriation tb rjin the different departments of hvi rnntent till the next regulav session. Other business will in II probihilityi be brought up. imongitwill be the currency iiueition and the Southern ciflc Railroad. P A Salt Lake dispatch says the Mormans are secretly arming for the purpose of resisting any at tempt to molest Brighara Young lor conplicity i...

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. — 10 May 1877

i. . Weekly UciiiW. LOCAL, A Huillcal Cure ftir Coughs :ls& N rural?; I a. PORD'H I.I.K-TIMC at the Drug Si oi l. KURD'S ELEC'lRIOat the Dfa 'tore. FORD K L ECTR 1 0 t tlio Drag Store KORD8 ELECT RIC ai Um Drag Store. Mimic Paper nt Tmjaor's Dragsters. Our Bwfag Bbosi iwelved. OKta Buitnll from tin- cmdfa to ih. grave. Kvn :r;NT, JoHSTOV A Co. IViMMial. Our young Wgtnser friend, Join Uinvt-r, is ipeqding a few tlaya with ftjj kindred in this ! ic '. w nrM We understand Mr. T. L. Oats has Sold his interest in the firm of (.'ate & Walki r, and the firm is now P. II. Walker. , PorfiaeWbJikiet for meiteaJ use j,'o to Prauk Kelly's. Married. In CiuUlunooiza, May 9th- Mr. Oiih. A. Catc f this county, lo Miss Rosa Bell, of Hamilton eounty. llcd. At her homo In this plftOfl M iv Tth Mrs. Mary Maxwell, wife of John Maxwell, a t the age of TG years. For Sule. A lot ot old Lumber formerly need by Arthur Tir.ynor for boxing around h'i.s shade trees". He will fcivc five renin reward for ...

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. — 10 May 1877

A mill ITCBAL. Tuwxreo Fhlit. Any one who will Uke a walk through our fruit market! In the fall will nut be surprised at tlie low prlcea which usually prevail ; if one half of the fruit was kept back, and only the best and most perfect specimens tent, they would command aa much aa la uiually obuined for the whole and a ssviiijr in freight be effected. We find the following itood advice la the Ameri can Agricultural; '"That thla severe thinning will change the bearing year there is sufficient testimony, but there la one point on which we lack evidence will It pay? If any of our friends have tried thinning to induce annual beurinif, or 10 reverse the bearing year on full-grown trees, we aak In behalf of many Inqulrerathai they will give their resuita. With young orchards, just ooming into bearing, the case Is very different, and whoever will take the pains, and give the young trees the needed care, can make their orchard bear annually. The education ol the trees must begin with their ...

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. — 17 May 1877

rt n isiim it W. S. TIPTON & CO., Kvr.kV IUNMAV NMMMk TKKMH: Our c.p, nae J Bar II Oil not copy Hi months 1 te Oli- r .py Hirer lunuilii 6" MiKle icp.ea iperittnce baa tau.-i.i ui mrt Ui pnul a newspaper uu i n-jii. EACH DAY WELL-SPENT. ifc. li day well-apeut bow irwect the thought t Worth fcii the gold that Lartli btb ruuKlit ; Worth til the pa, i tm aud ahow That glitters 111 tins world below ; Make mail to be Juat what he should, And Juat a Ood luteuded good A faithful frieud aud devotee, Sincere in hu humility. A uoble form, a uoble mini, A uoble mind theae uiont are eeeu. Not Id the outward, empty grace, but In the iuward, thoughtful floe. Aa greatest treasures mont are fouud Deep Ui the Earth, far underground, Ho pureit thoughts and hibeat aima Deep iu tho aoul, till fouud, reuiaiu. Lacb day well-spent bnuga peace of mind, The Joy, the bliaa of human kind, Without which mau were poor indeed Though great bin wealth, diro is hw need I Wealth's meaaured only by the alora Of G...

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. — 17 May 1877

W. L. Shabp's CHSAP Ul STORE! lnt.fl- BS4YEI 'HMtUt:, fWMM toiiiilj Tftt(Jtci-s The President haa had in in- I tutv. tcrvbw with ihio editor in 'I :w1ictb Intitule for Jaim - i in ii-nol liii'' ihe l lack. lie r liusaisnsare believed to be In I IrrrUVTr 1tn"lr tti If rh..-r i KTeal force." whirl. In- u thai bit polity will County met pursuant t notioel uurtvmMug Baicajjav j Tbe Daily News Mfjenaa cor- I...' It. I.i; 'ul.;-. (ill llio 1'Jlh of Miv ntiri upmhIumII ICSIMMldclll HaVS! "'I liU Ell-si. Ill I'M'-i" i i r n i' i 'Mil". ------- - - - .......... i TUTrSJILLS A d..tui, tithed j liyic,in of Nrw York 1 Ik I. ui. i in mimI. ratnrlinjF rm noa U Matty linpim.i en.l HaMflla .1 aitli, m lit lav nu t i.i tin ill ein-iir In r .ill in;- M J"5 1 1 A 1 .l mill' who i opealkg ndij MmI ul WOrD hmI B110B8, mU ..ins .M u V BMpM hi $1 J .. I 10, 1 U I i.i Mm V .ii-., Mi'ii'n n.u-imii -. li u'a rilile .carl M.-n' pCMp4 nil " M.ii'anli Hm- in. M' li'-ii.ni I.i,". M.u'a J y Mm, Mini ttWti fall', ...

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. — 17 May 1877

t t I.J Tbo Weekly Herald. LOCAL, Genua Mili' t iu 8ib(ilim:. Johnston k Co. IIm Winks uml Hkanmek ut II. i. ry Jowntfa Tlie ChatUnooh'ii ( 'oiuiu r. ial of Sunday snya corn ia steady at 5( 'IT, w heat dull and L.avy at IUB069LM. Mr. Jobu H. Horton, of Alliens, v. ..h married to Mian Jim'u- Uidi-r, of Uiut j.laco, on the 8th, saya the W IM, Hm match panic of bane lalt be tweeu the Plutf UgHM and the Lazy Nine resulted iu the defeat of the lat ter. Mr. L W. Holt wnt. s US that Wilson Wooi Igtd 75 years, died at lrittn ville, Meiet county, on the Gth of this month. The school at New PtWMSl chuses o morrow. A good time in exj.erti.d, 1! very lody is invited to attend the i -.hi. exercises. Knoxville. and Athena are to have a "kIiow." Tho concern will give Cleveland tho "f0 by." We BUppOM it is mijy itopping at villages. ritnic. Prof. Chalmers' school will have a gnnd trfenk at the Peters Place to morrow, tlie weather permitting, Itlurrlefl, New I HereUnd on May 10th, by J. C. Tipton, E...

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. — 17 May 1877

aliBICI LTIUL. MM Mi km. The Wet age of untie lui luci-diug III 1 1 "in six to twelve yean; but they often produce colt wlieu fifteen to eighteen years. It ia a doubtful policy Id allow old, broken down uiarea to breed, uiileaa they pos aeaa aoiue remarkable good qualltii-e, because a valuable horse can be raised, worth from $200 to t5UU, as cheaply as one worth 50. In horses like produces like too unerringly to aieud much money In raising poor animals. Broken wind, spavin, ringbone, founder, and blindness in the dam are traiieinie.-able to the colt, ho, also, is the temper and defects in her loriu. One of the best Kuglish writers on this subj-ct gays: Mrccd us much as ossible with pure blood of the right kind, and breed w hat is technically called up. not down ; that Is, by breeding tin- mare to a male of superior, not Interior blood to herself; ' except where it is desired to breed like to like, lor the purpose of perpetuating a pure stream o! any paiticular variety wliicli Is nee...

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. — 24 May 1877

I kt tfhlfi fieralb, ri'lLUUU) IT W. S. TIPTON & CO., KVERV TlltK8IlAY MOIININU. r MMti Oue oopy oae year II oo Out copy tlx moiitbi 1 Oiif . .( three iuuiiIUi H I'll'n ,.m 06 Kxperience has taught us not to print a Lpaper oa credit. VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENN., MAY 24, 1877. NO. 19. RATES OF ADVERTISING. JlB lit. lm. in. lyrar I lie-he. 4 m iiu iim I i l.i' 5 inches. uir Ou" c:uii.ii n 1 OS I IV ) l.l T lu I III I t ou II U II I ir. 00 , lu uu I. it l'. ! 4U 00 IU i.l lu 14 u m t. IK ... Marriai.'oa tin) obituary uoUcsa utr uu square, ibtrfoU far it half rkular rata All local notice 10 couU i liai fur ..a No nut urn Inserted for lea inau lift; ante THE TOYS. My little 1011, who looked from thoughtful yea, and moved and ipoke In quiet, grown-up wise. Having my law the seventh time disobeyed, 1 itruck him, ami dismissed With hard words and uukisaed Uia mother, who wan patierjt, being dead. Than, fearing lent hia grief should hinder leep, 1 riaited hia bed , But found bim slumbering...

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. — 24 May 1877

a uc uuui.t i ii ii. I'lupiiti. Wr J 1 1 DV'q Turkey bai Si Lit is li-Aljl rV ufu,it.i tin "Banner of the 1'roiiliet" ami dctlaroila holy war. I . a . una in I I ti n I many i our iimuit-i CHEAP CASH STOKE! rti.. .ittr.yl 'lie i rKphfi i we Till- !.llli...'l I Il'lt 11 BM MSJ Im freatl Jf im; rvwil MM UiiU'Hielu'l Vfllktal deln and. at small ( use I y calllr.;: mi Sll.lir al SSMM ulio if opening spli-ndiJ itmk i IHrOTS and SHOES, w Ihwwm Men', BrOfUl ut $1X.. I JO, 141 1.7.V Men's Alrji, Mrn'i DoT-tood boot, Men's tali!. Mi s'i -;.fvA call " limit nlfBfoguii Men's iu.it Lag, Ifm'l Ji rsat tics, Men's MVtd call'. Liidi--s Oil Goat, Lralsa Kill I'm, JimHw Oiii.e k,it, 1 Sfllsi 1 ' "lit mill sidy Jsoc AlwBflTl'. Mi.-.-es & I luliln ii f Ikh I'jiI i I uiirsccck is direct trot Um fcctory ot Wflaslisstcr, Va.,ui.d are reliable foods, i srori to tbc nine is cnou'i . RBHMBB "MONEY na ED IS MONEY MADE." Tho Weekly Herald. MAY 24, 1877. Before French politics became mixed i i in Foreign n...

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. — 24 May 1877

Yh Weekly UertM. LCCAXi, l!..ui!iV -HlUv 1: is ;i JlMii. .4 0M PlMO Unit J m't i.ut 0 Li wxLs till Ik Mil in tifH. A IJ.i:.k e islii- r of Clt vol.uvl has Wen IceM v pwttbtr of the "Las? Nine"- -m clhabod tiro fawn M fri to waft uu! r tb.' n!i ul; of one tret. Our rr ul MM RUmC CUOM im tliin w. k for Um radoclioi in nadtag Mttff, .Shown don't OOaMtflM RM tlir juititor must nt all tLc juoncv out of tbcm lie c;in. Um market this ipting b;w bn ovcr-stoek. .1 with L t -crcam, titr.iw berriM and Rod-water, Taoro'i no us- iii living n bog dii t if you bam a little h jiitr.- change, Mr. Bojoe Montgonarj returned from Texas lu.st Friday. His health . bad haa boon flfinfintrfl to his room erer since Liu return. F. P. Kelly bceM the beat Whiskies and BrandiM in town. Died. At her home in this pkoe MJ 10th, Mrs. .S.uth J. Womhle, at the Ige of 45 years. Would it not Ik3 a fjood idea for the board of alderman to ut a, stop to this throwing of rocks by reck less boys, at the birds in the court b...

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. — 24 May 1877

AUBICT LTI E1U Uxcvkxxkm ill Wool. Many far uiert have been annoyetl, when ellin their wool, to find that tho cute and practiced eye of the wool buyer hu de tected the fact that hli iheep had been allowed U) run down In condition at some time during the growth of the fleece. They are half Inclined to think that the buyer li merely trying to de preciate the price. As a matter of fact, there ii nothing which render! wool so uteleaa for certain kinds of manufac ture, as unevenneai or break in oontinu Ity of the thickness of fibre; and there Is no defect more common, and nothing that year by year touches the sheep grower more severely on that tender part of his anatomy the pocket. How ever good the wool in all other respects, the keen eye of the buyer singles out the defective wool, and down goes the price of It. And It Is net mere fancy that regulates the prices, for the uneven wool will break at the weak places during the first process of manufacture. !Some persons suppose that this u...

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. — 31 May 1877

MILIKBID It W. S. TIPTON & CO., CTCBT TBI KSDAT MORXIKO. flBMtl bb copj mi year Out COUT SIX DIOIllhi V'1 'P7 three inonlh- BUgla v.op.a i. ... 1 ( ... 10 ... os trpai-lenea bu tau.-u at not to print a iiMir un credit. VOJ, II CLEVELAND, TENN., MAY 31, 1S77. NO. '20. BATES OF ADVERTISING. mS 1 1 m. ! I n. 1 1 m. ( a. 1 1 rrtr $iaoit7ouloeilic ou w iw nw it iv l inch... t im lies I Inclietk. I In. liev ft irn iiea. Halt column. . Oue roiuniu I Ou I l'l Oil I- T to t III It Oil 11 fa I HO 1.'. 00 II Ufa in ou it ool no 16 00 M 00 Kl 00 M fat 10 Mi1 40 Oil1 l l luO 0 Mai-naga and oUtmrr nohcaa over ol aquara, ibirgod far at half regular r.i All local notice 10 eeiiU a line for lack inaerUou. No notioM inserUd (or I mm than art; oaiiU. THE FIRST MAYFLOWERS. Tb blaatarine, Blinding. acoMing March Waot bowling down I mi. - derloua way ; Aud April, winsome. l,n i and arob, Juet glanaiug bark at auuuy May, Stopped on tho HTiif. but quit lout heart Id looking at tbe drifta of huow That M...

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. — 31 May 1877

W. L. Sharp's cm? nn mm Tin- human m4mtaa41ag n nor b( pnutlv iniprovt-d and ti,Ih llislnd without lrlay ud nt miiuU MJMIM 1 v lllllf ii 8H.RP at oiicc ho U opening a splendid atork of HOOTS and SHOES, c mhracing Men' RrfFiiH at B1JI, I Ml, IJUh 1 75. Men's AU'xi, MvnV lloi-totd lt, Men' catdc eaeraS Kll'l ic;rsid c.ill' " Men's calfliropan, Mrn'idcat Leg, Meu'f Jersey tin, Mcu'a sowed alt. Ladica Oil float, J.rdiis Kid fox. Ladies Glove Kid, I.adie front and fide lore Also Bott', Misses k Children ebott, rrtfur. , I. h direct from the fictoi v ot V, induct. t, Vu., iiud urc reliable good. A word to lhi wiseie enough. REMEMBER "MONEY SAVED IS MONEY MADE." The Weekly Herald. 'Midi ii !'.-.. . u 11 lit War. BSVersl years ago a wan by the name of Til.len va.s a caiulidate for President in bis election he was detested, A ge&tienuui shortly al'ter wanted (o know why i : ,v ilf IK. II I IL-M lil-i If J I 1W I It II I n lll'l to tbo office, Ik replied that lie had thoiltbt carefully 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. — 31 May 1877

i I V i F Tbe Weekly Herald. c iiuugc oi Schedule The Picnic E&carntea A ni w schedule cm the L. T., V.i. Ennuu cy Hkkilh: A (it. Railroad will take effect next Suml iy. M;iil tr.:in No. 1 th.it ar- rhn h Imn row .it 4:')j j. m. will ar tin about 1-15 J- .; ruu.il t mil No. CltTclaiitl Hews Agin. ) . " ,h:lt ;l:riv' s 111 1 J :'1 1 All kind of Newspaper.., Pcriodi-1 rive aW 2:10 P- w- ',Rat" No- 8 k ,,,,.1 Mi..;...... r..r ....l., . that iirriws nt 7:11 a. m. will arrive 1 ... I .1 - - - .1,1 lin,-.,ii.l -- .... i at :!:!) a. in.: "Hat' No. 4 th.it ar-, . ', ... ... , 1 .. 1 .. aiwuimrs, iKnn n-rvut ut iui- i ni i 'u ami li'o.su t:i.u i:au no i';niiY :iain. Office. Also a lull liue of Stationer. mc at SAo P- m- wul arnv0 at ':M I M B Thf pidtic excursion to Palt'-n OH tbe 'J 1th waa a success. The R T., V. it (i. Railroad furuUhed due contbM for the occasion, which was drawn to DlltW in the forenoon by the pu., eenger engine, aud back in the alter noon by Jesse Prince's freight ...

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. — 31 May 1877

Adi.il I I I I KAL. Fkediko Ukovwko Chicsiks. Ai a rule, Hie poultry-raiser feeus tilt young . hicks liberally ; and thlt It r.eeessiry In ibe Mrly part of the tea ton. The feed for the drat month It ground corn, : with water. Thlt It a nearly unvarying bill of fare, tome give young i-hick i soaked atale bread for the first month. Thla it very good feed; and where the housewife hat the time nd the Inclination to do the baking, it la all right; but it becomes burdensome where large nuiuberi are raiaed and fed In thlt way. Some poultrymen, w ho desire to ralae extra fine chickens, feed them for the tlrtt month, at leaat oncea dsy.oti hard boded egga, crumbled an' mixed with inoliteued bread cri"Jb or oatmeal. The average poultv keeper, however, will not aee the i'rottt ol this method, and will not1""1 ll- M'lieu chicks are one or two mouitir ",J' thick "illk will be lou'J " K l feed for them. It thoitld . . scalded and mixed with wheat-bran, or corn and oata chopedcgeilier. No great d...

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. — 7 June 1877

Tl hi i-an it W. S. TIPTON & CO., EVIRT THURSDAY MOKN'I.HO. TIRMS: Oi oopj oar m fiut copy tlx month One copy thnsa months MLft LOpiet II on i 00 IxperlMK baa taught Ul Lot 10 prlul I anwapapar ua credit. RATES OF ADVERTISING. VOL. II. CLEVELAND, 1 I NN., JUNE 7, is?7. NO. -21, rca. 1 1 in. I m. 1 1 m. m. 1 1 year l tot b $ l ft1 1 1 h' t iv I M 1 11 M I inchm. in (to 7 ou it uo it m I iDChea. in T Ml I N it M: UN India. It no 10 no U Mi n ft liicbea. I u, II M1 it w i (41 to uu Half column ... II M lift M M, II IN Ohc CiilUII.tl Ml l- Sy Ou 4 00. ft 11 l OU UimXN tod obituary uoticta otr on quart, charged far at half rular raU. All local Dotiott 10 rent a hat for tach lOMrUOD. No DOtioaa fnaarttd for I tat than C ft taota. WITH THEE. BY W. w. tUXWilRTH. I'd rather walk through ahower with thee, Thau with auother wbu the air la soft with Hummer, and aa fair The beavauM above uo aa a sea (if dim, uufathomed aapphiro, where. Slow drifting on a liquid Bay, The white-Bailed ship of ...

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. — 7 June 1877

War w till .Mcxlf o. The UiMitl Mate liovsmment W. L. Sharp's p i 1 i i p iti i vm f i p hnit on 4feDd,ni ,,,r i,izpoa yflifti WAUM jillftlj J onthelrootteragainrtthe Mexi i iic 4M)ionnM4(-i: BIT. 1 lie huir.aii und r-lai. V.itK ran now Im pfi.ill imprnw J und lUilitllishfd without tielu and tuull cipvtue ljr calling uu SH.Tli' at one- kIiu Ik ; mn; a apl, ndii! lock ol UOOTH aud S1I0BB, embracing iii'n'i BragMi ut fl I .'mi, 7.i Ali n - lln'i iitni Mi ii V Bible MWM M.-n'v i Mnd ilf MM! rail llr OH, Mm'GOM Ltf, lcu'f Juki iivt, ii u n.rd rail'. Laili.-H Oil final, J.rdlra KiJ tot. l-mlica Liloit KiJ, ladies fruiit aii. I idi lacf AIo DuvV, UMe A ObUdrjM thatta Fut.tftWMSSI ifdintl froai tin: (actor ut WiufhcaUi, VS., and arc n liaMt BjDQdt, A ord to Iht wier is titoiih. Remember "money saved IS MONEY MADE." The Weekly Herald. JUNE 7th, 1877. Tlie President is said to he in fftTOf of making, tho silver dollar a legal tender. It is now reported that the Czar will take command of the ...

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. — 7 June 1877

The Weekly HertlC LCCAL, Dlmmlutioa. '1'lie partnership heretofore eiiiting bttWfM Nt Imiidt & Canipiull w this dav dissolved. The buiiutus of the old firm will be wound up by C. T. QlWllwM. In tbe future the style of the firm will ki Campbell A Kooxu. All Impairs for the Chicago Pitu Thwibwi urn itrirtlv iab. Order from J. M. Crow before it is too late. June ti tf. Surguinc &, Johnston is the place to luv Heajivrs, Mowers, Threnhers, Su'Ly Rakes, Double Shorel Plows, and in fact, cheap goods of all kinds. Our Railroad time table will be found corrected this issue. For fine Whiskies for medical use go to Frank Kelly's. Mauri ku. At the Ocoee House in this city Juno 1st, Mr. Thorn us I. Gaut to Mist Mary Lee Mr. J. F. Rogers of this place has in VI nted a Hurrow which is decidedly the best thing of tlx: kind we have f-K n. Mr. Walter Craigmiles returned from Hot Springs last Sabbath, where he had accompanied his mother. - The man who wanted to fijht so had show day, got a "fa...

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. — 7 June 1877

f ACM l 1 I 1 1 k 1 1 Weibt -Amoog the earliest plant to start in arable ground- are weeds, and the presence of weed is more or -Indicative of alu?enlv farming. But what U a weed t Inquire one. Ai good a deflulllou an can be given ii "a plant out ot place;" or In other words, every plant different from the crop under cul tivation, and growing therewith to iu detriment. Weeds are propagated in two ways, to wit, by seed and by roots ; to the former sort belong annuals and biennials, and to the latter perennials. Prof. Buckman of the Cli"enter College, England, discovered in a pint of clover seed 7.000 weed needs ; in a pint of cow -grass seed, 12,600; In broad ulo ver, 30,440; and two pins of white clo ver seed yielded, one 25,560, and the other 70,400 weed seeds. Tbee state ments show the necessity for care in buying clover seed. The same necessity for care in pur chasing grain and grass seeds Is mani fest, as shown In reference to clover seeds. The above professor counted 4,000 seed...

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