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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 16 December 1869

NTERPR JDJ VOL. III. SWEETWATER, TEM., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 10, 18G9. NO. 6. WATER k3 VV JUJlil . " THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY C . B. WOODWARD At two Dollar h a Year, Xiiyulloln A-rtvance. Scientific- L Classical Institute, Riceville, Tennessee. tFa. CTJ ivTYi . N. B. GOFORTH, A. M., Classical Department. W. A. 0. BROWN, A. M., Scientific Department. ' Tultiom 1st Clans per Term of 5 Months, 810.00 $12. HI) 815.00 820.00 Zl 3d 4th it ii ii ii Contingent Fee, 8i.oo Tlie t'ontingent Fee nnd half tho Tuition nre required in ndvanoc. lioardiu families, 82.00 to 82 50 per week, including wnsliing, &c. The next session begins on Monday, the 30th of A u j: lint next. Tho rooms nnd furniture are being painted and fitted up in the bent style. Arrangements have been effected to procure apparatus to illustrate instruction in the leading branches of Natural Science. The Text Books are tho latest and most popu lar in use. Instruction in this Institution is intended to bo full...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 16 December 1869

THE ENTEUPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, DEC. IS, 1SG9 The Convention Bill. A roecut act of the Legislature provides thai an election shall be held at all desi" noted places for holding elections in the respective counties of the State, at which every male citizen who has resided in the county in which he may offer to vote, six months next preceding the dav of election bhull have tho right to yote for "Conven tion" or. "No Convention," and at the same time, and on the same ticko, to vote for one delegate from each county, Mon roe is entitled to one delegate, and if a majority of all tho votes given in the State are for "Convention' the law provides that the delegates elected on that day shall assemble in Nashville, to revise and niueud the Constitution, ou the second Monday in January next. The law also provides: That all laws requiring test oaths to enable persons to becomo candidates for office, or requiring judges and clerks of elections to take said oaths, shall not apply to the el...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 16 December 1869

i THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER: Thursday, Deo. 16, 1869. Local and other Matters. AnuoiincciuciitH. Having been cuMed upon through the press, onl solicited by mnny pe.sonal friends to be come a candidate for the office of Tin Collector, of Monroe county, at the ensuing March election, I hereby announce myself as it candidate for that office. . , L. M. Fiukkl, , Fork Creek; Oct. 28, wtf. - We are authorized to annonnce J. C. Penning ton ai a candidate for Sheriff of Monroe county, t the ensuing election in March next. , .HOT. 4 til . We re anthoriied to announce tho name of T. D. WILSON, as a candidate for Tux collector of Monroe. County, at the approaching Spring Elections. dec 2 td. An Offer Extraordinary Premium to Subscribers. One of the leading Agricultural Journals of the country free for one year, to all new subscri bers or renewals who subscribe to (he Enter ptisb and pay up post arrearages by the first day of January, 1870. Tim Amekicajj Stock Joiknal. A first -class monthly c...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 16 December 1869

THE - ENTERPRISE. gfflETWATEIt, TIIUltSDAY, DKC. 1G, 18(10. Preventing Damage to Farm Fields by Winter ami Spring Rainx Tho ground is often injuri il, nml tlio season of plowing is often ilulayeil, on no couut of the excess of water with which tho soil becomes saturated. In many fields there arc considerable plots of grouud whieh remain in a miry or sopgy condition uutil lato in tho season, owing to tho in cessant rains and the outings from wet weather springs. Of courso undor-drain-ing it the thing really needed in such cases. l!ut,in tho absence of under-draining, if tho farmer will in autumn tako his plow and mute furrows to act as open drains to carry off tho coming Hiperabnndanco of winter ruins, ho will find when spring comes that ho lias been richly repaid for his trouble. He will be able to put in his early potatoes, oats or spring barley ono or two weeks sooner for this fore thought, and his ground will break up in u much nicer condition. Such furrows or open drains to carr...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 23 December 1869

TWIT Q WIT'FTW A TPD ENTERPRISE; VOL. III. SWEETWATER, TEM., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 18C9. NO. 7, THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY" THURSDAY, '' BY 6. B. WOODWARD At two Dollars ix Year, l'nyn'blo la Artvuiicc. Scientific & Classical Institute, Riceville, Tennessee. , If A. O TJ L 1" Y: ." N.'B. GOFORTir, A. M., Classical Department. .' W. A. G. BROWN, A. M., Scientific Department. Tuition: 1st Class per Term of 5 Months, 810.00 2tl " " " " " " 812.0!) 3d ' " " " " $15.00 4th " " " " ' " ?J0.00 Contingent Fee, $1.00 Tlic Contingent Fee and half tlio Tuition are reiiiU'cil in advance. Hoard in families, 82.00 to ?2 50 per week, including wanning, &e. The next session begins on Monday, tho 30th of August next. , The rooms and furnituro nro being painted and fitted up iu the best stylo. Arrangements have boeu effected to procure apparatus to illustrate instruction in the leading brunches of Natural Science. Tho Text Books are the latest and most popu lar in use. Instruction in th...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 23 December 1869

r V ( THE ENTERPRISE. SWEET WATEK, THURSDAY, DEC. 2:!, lSii'J. CHRISTMAS. A Kerry Greeting To All. To ONE AND ALL OF OUR HEADERS 1VE WISH A MtRBT CliniSTM VsI Christmas! best anil liappie.-t fesf ivul of the year! Whose days are so f.ir ro moved from the Jim by-gono of ultiUliooJ, that he does not weleotbe with gla Jim the advent of this holiday I Whos na ture has grown to niateri;il find inaccesM blo to kindly sentiment., that he cannot appreciate the dear delights that come in the train of merry Christmas? Who has so far outgrown all the better impulses ui j bis life, that he feels no throb of that glad, genorous, universal kindness, which bursts j like a su:irisc upoti the world on every re-j turn of this happy festival, touching with j tenderness the hearts of the haughty, bring- i in" mirth to the homes of tho humble, j L'iviti" boundless riches t tho young, and reviving a grcr.t store of pleasant memo ries for tho aged 1 If such an one there be, ho needs the pity of all who en...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 23 December 1869

. T1IE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER: Thursday, Deo. 23, 1869. Local and other Matters. Aiiiiouucciiieutt. Ilaviug been called upon through the press, and solicited by ninny pc.sonnl friends to be come a cuiuli Jute lor the oilice of Tax Collector, of .Monroe county, at the ensuing March election, I hereby announce urystlf as ft candidate for that office. L. M. I'iikel, Fork Creek, Oct. 28, wtf. We are authorized to announce J. C. Penuing ton us a candidate for Sheriff of Monroe county, at the ensuing election in March next. nov. 4 til We are anthoriied to announce the namo of T. D. WILSON, us a candidate for Tax collector of Monroe County, at the approaching Spring Klections. duo 2 td. An Offor Extraordinary Premium to Subscribers. One of the leading Agricultural Journals of the country free for one year, to ull new subscri bers or fonewals who subscribe to the Enter ptisk and pay up pant arrearages by tho first day of January, 1870. Tub American Stuck Journal. A first olas monthly contai...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 23 December 1869

Inglj likely to twist itself into a halter, If you go on as you nave begun." Tba littlo man's face blackened ag:un ; thon it flushed up, na standing on the health' ruflling up like a pugnacious ban tam, be aaiil, "I have no wish to be uncivil in my own houso, pentletnon; but I won't b insulted iu it cither, ami so I tell you ,oco for ull." Palettfl had got out a noto-book and foncil, and was dashingoff, with the facile land of a master, our host's admirably feigtjed Indignation, probably to be uso.i hereafter in one of his great pieces. Quil ter, altogether forgetful of our proposed tactics, and hurried away by professional feeling, was preparing, I saw, to resume the address from tho bench where he had loft ft off. "Permit me," I said, recollecting just iu time that our dinner was depending on our diplomacy. "To come to the point, Mr. 13obsby, we camo to vou about a tur key." "Well, sir," he said, expressing an a inazoment very real, or very admirably acted, "how you have found out...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 6 January 1870

t i ; -J v V uWHPliMJiryD TOW JLJ ii 3 JL JLJ Jl uvJL JL ILiL JLJ o - ' .--t, v-iii-l'a V.tlt m y si. I ...... ,,V,.T ,.. l,i .,.it i 9 I . it A 5 i f -M J.n-"! nW-4 ! .iff"? vrrd hum r In ;;nim"iasTTEnriiiSE. U.J. " Jj.ia ii ni ju "tv i' - i.J 1 )U1 1 .ti' l ,. .tA.t lr-tyrp, Dollars nYoctr, r-T?ayd6ie'iiv 'A1 vuneo. Jl' BATES OP ADVEBTISEINa"-- n rxBTififty ritoM tbLs Chicks. 1 square, 10 lines, at less, one insertion, ,f l.Oo For each Bubnement in&ertion . SO I'sqaare-mr annum .ilO.OO i squares per annum..' ...18.00 U oolumn 3 months, 9 .00 yi column 6 months.. 14.00 r comma I year v. c ..... . 24.00 . column S months...... 14.00 ' column 6 months ..24.00 ' column 1 Tear...., 39.00 oolumn '3 months 24.00 1 column S months 39.00 1 column 1 year....'::..'. 74.00 Announcing candidates, for county offices. $5.00 " " . . V State officcs.,.10.00 Marriage Notices 1 .00 Obituaries, of more than 10 lines 1.00 ICPNo attention paid to orders for the paper unless' accompanied by the Cash...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 6 January 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. BffKKTWATKR, Till RSUAY, JAN. 6, 170. , . The New Year. The year I8(i9 with all its jojs and sor rows bus passed", and, like ono who has shuffled off this mortal coil, will only bo known hereafter in memory and by the event which occurred during tbo time de signated aa that year. 1870 has cast its first breath upon us, and we hope it may prove genial to us all in every phase of life. The following speaks well in regard to our political future, "Notwithstanding th political condi tion of things in tlio South, especially in Georgia, the year 170 opond full of prow ' iae. Uadical power lias received a severe shock, and though it may linger for a time it cannot avert its duonw That has been written in characters so largo that ho who runs may road ; not iu one tute only, but in Stuto after State. Its excesses have alienated many, nud tho check it has re ceived have alieuuted many more. 1869 dealt it many a doughty blow, but 1870 will push it harder yet. True it received m...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 6 January 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. ; SWEETWATER: , Thursday, Jan, 6, 1870. ' r Local and other Matters. . Announcements, ' : II avlng been called upon through th. press, and solicited by many pewonal friends to be eonio acandiUt for theof&ce of Tax Collector, ' of Monroe county, at the ensuing March election, I hereby ainouoce myself aa a candidate for that 2 Jfsck. CmkOoti J8, wtf. , y "i " We are autboriied to announce J. C. reoning toa aa a candidate for Bheriff of Monroe county, at the entiling election In March next. 1 W. are anthortxed to announce the name of ,1.1). WILSON, aa a candidate for Tax collector 'of Monroe County, at the approaching Spring Election. ... dec Z td. Night Rates. : . , , r' The Western Union Telcgrspb. Compa ny will reoeira Messages at and for all Stations on thoir lines, East of the Mis sissippi River and West of the Province pf New Brunswick, for transmission daring the night," at -one half the usual Tariff Rates; provided, however, that the tolls pn any message at ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 6 January 1870

- TIIK ENTERPRISE.' 3VTKKTWATE R," THURSDAY, JAN. J, 1870. Lira 9 Around Applo TreeS- We have knowu sonu tanners mako it a regular praclioe far a number of voara to ' throwouuMticIiiuo around their apple trees iu the spring and summer. We'otive no ticed that a- tree atanding in tbo linmcdi ate vicinity of our dwelling, had all at once put forth with renewed energy and we were at a loss for somo time to defino the cause. On examination ire found that a quantity of lime, that had accidontly been spilled and rendered worthless be coming mixc with the refuse on the sta sia floor, had laeu thrown at the foot and around the tree, and to this, as tho princi pal cause, we immediately attributed the reviviscence and renewed fruetuatiun of the tree. , '; , Taking tho hint from tho accident, we purchased twelvo casks of limn, and ap plied half a bushel to each of tho trees in our orchard, and found that L produced immediate beneficial effects. Not, the health of the trees only, but the quality...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 13 January 1870

...If -T'l , ,;;. rl -u : f. Jwl (J. SWEETWATER; TENN., TIIUKSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1870. NO. 9. , IjiN a 11 j i! u 1 111! h mo : . -.'' ' ! - ;j::J::'u! the. entekprise.' JlTX 'T ! :.: -TTKiXTT ' ' ; ' ! Stim.- , r ( . .( j , l4f TM WORLD IS WHAT WE MAKE IT. Where the.Laugh Comes in. ..Pnyabloln Advance. Sates op ADVTisEina. : Bw'tariatior no theVfricks. !'' 1 square, 10 line, of lew, on lnsortion,.,1.0o ALL LINM or JL llllJ.J.jr,. u VA A UtVI CONFECTIONERIES, &;c ALSO. For each robquentlnertlon 1". Qnfc Tt,.c' HtrtWVe . , .l.fiwtf Teraanunu . , f- X aqiiaiMper annum.. ..4.v eoiumn a monin.... v,,,.,.., i". r.". ..'..V.IS.OO ..... .00 11 AA . .I.UV V eoliHrin t months eoium moiitht;a..; :.;..,.....l4.oo eoiumn I month..,, .Z4.00 oaiumn S mr'.. 39.00 - rrnnimn n rami ni Hi E 13 ALSd ri&rd to rattlr Wtche. Clooka nd Jewelry. On i MiW boot reuonsble wrmi. BAiisr aiiu uuAnAi.ii.Li;, march 11. 1869tf;' t.. w -A o, -il-i ALVt$ K'cOIIKtK JUDO GEO. BBOWW. J An t o j " " i m l l !' ?! i ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 13 January 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SWEETWATER, THURSDAY, JAN, 13, 1870 i - - . Halleck on the Condition of Affairs . 1 -' In the South. The Union and American say: The policy of the Radicals is to misrepresent tlio condition of affairs in every Southern State in which they hare lost the coutrol of the offices, and unfortunately there aro men connected with the orniy who furor this' policy and do all they can to aid the Radicals in this work of misrepresenta tion. General Terry, now in command of the "District of Georgia," is one of these officers, but Geucral I In Hock, who is his Buperior, is not. If anything were requir ed to nail the falsehoods cf the Radicals about Georgia to the counter, it will be found in the .annexed extracts from the official report of General Iialleck, com manding the military Division of the South, accompanying the annual report of the Secrotary of War. It will be found in direct antagonism with that of General Terry, upnn which was pretcndedly based the necessity of the ex...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 13 January 1870

A...' v TIIEvENTERPRISEs, QW.EETWATE R : f Thursday, Jul 13. 187Q ' Local and other j Matters. - AnnouncomcntH, - HaVlng heen called )ipon through the prns, and solicited by msny penonal friend lo be- of Moroe county at Uie ensuing March election, ' 1 hereby announe. myselfas candidate forth! J levll Creek, Oct. 18,wtr.' We 4r avfhorixeif to announce J.' C. Pennlng- u i candidate for Sheriff of Mojnrof eouaty, ' at the eaaulng election la March next. H CI 'H'' ., We ar anthor1i4 U anito.se. to. of 'T.'D. WILSON, as candidate for Tat collector . of; Monroe County, t th. approaching Spring Elections.' ' - 1 - - dMdi. -: Election Wo are authorised to announce the nam. of i( , J. C. VAUGHN, m candidate for Sheriff, of Monroe county, at the ensuing March election. wan; U ta.. . . M, i 'I . . i t , ' Great Inducements, i .it ' The Proprietor of the Entbufrise wish Vling fa'exteodts circulation, so 'that it may reach every household in! Monroe county, and iwlshlrig'tbcncGt all by oop- i ;!...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 13 January 1870

THE ENTERPRISE. SVYiiET.ffATEK,- Till BSDAV, JAN. 13, 179 SKATING WITH THE GIRLS.: : - . ' j ' I if, fill", on ')r jork lain, : l'rof." in tutu' skiiiiii iiitf, t Be mre tit hue up snn-ly r ' r Vo.ir prr-tt liltlo li.; Ami we will "nil p Vrvtiiijr, For lite it it clear ami bright. ' ' Tho moon will twn he up my dears, We'll have a lovely night. , . Then ecxiii we're oiT, little band Tucked mindly 'ne.tth each arm, Vlill nil tho boy arc making love, An 1 kiting iiarliirii warm.- . Oh! .lun't ymt tlin.li It'sji'.ty', . Mixing up one's e!f villi etit'.s Aud snii:j5 urt it:i nnon light mlii skating vtb pi.U.' .a But when it come to putting oil live is, ain't it lihe. T hold tie tinrlinss n-tty footj i You have tv ! e previse, ' For oil t':e f!att won't snugly fit ; So with n.aiiy twists mul twirls. How Ion: it tikes tne petting on The .-k:ite of pretty girls ! The foot's to.-m itl so very trim, ' The ho.it s i hiji .in.l lH'itt ; Pcrli ip a n'iiini se of i-tncking wl.it May t.:m'V::;v h...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 20 January 1870

1 aJ. nn 4 MM ' YOL. III. SWEETWATER, TEM., TtfUKSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1870. ; -!!.. i NO. 10. SWEETWA Jil THE ENTERPRISE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, BY -6: B. WOODWARD, VAt.;two Dollars tv Year, 'Payable lu Advance. . RATES OF ADVERTISEINQ. ,, NO VARIATION FROM TUBS PRIC12. One inch, or loss, one Insertion $1.00 For each subsequent insertion 60 1 iaoh per anuuni 10.00 1 Inches per annum. 16.00 ' column 3 months 9.00 Q column 6 months...... . , 14.00 m column 1 year , 24.00 ) column 3 mouths . ..14.00 column 6 mouth.... .....24.00 2 column lyear.... ....... 8i.l0 1 column 3 niontlta 2 (.00 1 column 6 months 39.00 1 column 1 year ..74.00 Announcing camlitlnUK, Cor couuty offices. 95.00 ' ' : " State offices...l 0.00 Marriage Notices 1 .00 Obituaries, of more than 10 lines 1.00 . C3No attention paid to onlers for the papor unless accompanied by the Cash. - i'ereons sending advortiHements should mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and c...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 20 January 1870

,TIIE .ENTERPRISE. 1 WATER, TlllUSDAY, JAN.20, 1K70 Iteni3, from ortr Exchanges. delegation composed of A. G. Sbarp, laiotnyorVand sevcrl capitalists," of this ciiy-Jwva ,gooo to Atlanta, to gut the Leg islature to take tome action looking t a the annekiijiion (of that city to tho State of Georgia. -. We presume theso gentlcmcu fancy' it will !a easier to get iilfico in a State under the power of reconstruction, With. Uullock to dispense tho oiliccs, than in Tennessee. We don't think these little ganies( will work. "Wo lave had 0110 ro construction hero, audi that will last a lifetime, and if Georgia is willi'i tho peo ple of Chattanooga are not, j;ist rjw, at any rate. Wo dou't believe cveu Fitch, of the Giiffiin Star, La money enough to itduce us to make the tir.de as matters stand how. Chat. Thrits. -ii. i. , , v A roan named Shaver was accidentally killed at Joncsboro', last week we arc in formed, by falling from a dump car, break ing his neck. . .We understand that one Mr. Hula...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 20 January 1870

r-TUK ENTERPRISE. ' " ' . SWEETWATER: - i'-; ; . Thursday, Jan. 20, 1870.-; Local and other Matters. I - . .Announcement's. ' Having been called urou through thtt press, and Solicited by m.my pe.-roiial' fiiorida to hc obmo candidate for thooiSce of Tux- Collector, Jf Monroe county, at the entitling M.irrh election, A hereby announce myself as n candidate fur that office.' . .. ' I M. Pickel, fork CreeS, Oct. 2S, irtf.- . ; . W are authorized to nntinnncA J. CPcnhinj; toti as a candidate for hhcritl'of Monroe county, at tlie ensuing election iu March next. nov.,4 td . i. ( , ' W are anthoriied to announce the name of T. IV WILSON, as a candidate for Tax collector of Monroe County, at the approaching Spring Elections. " doc 2 td. We are authorized to announce the namo of J. C. VAUGHN, as a candidate for Sheriff, of Monroe County, at tho ensuing March election. Jan. 13 td. . We are authorized to announce J. L. Carson as a candidate for Tax Collector at tho ensuing March election. .. j...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Enterprise, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater enterprise. — 20 January 1870

: ,::-.Tnn;NTEiygigF; .1 5 . IWEKTWATEH, THURSDAY, JANt 20, 170 " TILE EDITOR'S SONQ.7 " " 4 '..;.,. v ' . " ', ' -T UTU editor'sibi at his table,1 ' Writing m well na he's able i Paragraph, ldcr and pun"1, a t y J fli tcin Mfule Inni'uri lyiu;, ; f J ' 1 While lie la Inngony trying UI coppy te fui nitli euogi. " V "Toil, toiltoil! . Whatl wear J life, is mine ... x- Wasting tlie rcelmis midhlght oil On lender, and valuuin, mid line i ?,''!"(1WWkiq)'froiii morn till night I if WoiViuir from niejd till luoruf i O'l ' why -was l'iat Btfiim rci ever .wade,, ia gin-.VV was ao' editor born r " Mr;, j.. " loir, ion, ion ; And who la tbe gain-'wlion wonf Whose are the trophies wo frhiov f And for whom are the r 1 To fV'i '! f wW-li'liani-foue for whom are the laurels, won r re1ios" raK If i T i. i fouglrt prfv fray- To toil and toil, ami only get Abuce and neglect fr Vni'' il". . I I v- 1 1 l t . "Toil, toil, toil t- " i- Wlifir) n I1iiti1c1hh tniik in oura. ,j ;To1iVc tlie broad and pttA....

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