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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 30 May 1874

CO o O 9 a. so REP IC AN. HI H JL JUL JUi B . .. , . . , ' a . - Devoted to Literature, News of the Day, Agriculture, and Important Local Intelligence. Etc. VOLUME Vll ' MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MAY 30, 1S7-1. NUMBER 11. - 1 f CI1AS. PFLANZE'S WFW FURNITURE STORE, Maryvillo, Eecfi eciitsUn" on l.uuj, mid mule lo order, every variery ol Kuruituri', Iroiu the cbeaiieet to the fluoet aud miMt eJcaii flMee. Vifflne made I., ;rder and kept roiihlanlly cm hand. Oive me a trix..' All work warranted to lie na nenwided. rriree (heap f.ir eaU. Salearooin aud factory lirnl door north ut f!. Kailer'a tin eln.ii. W. W. Lawrence, S M A N I' FACT UK E It OP BOOTS, SHOES, SADDLES, SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATI1E1. Harness Leather, Kip Skins, etc., Springfield,' Tennessee, (Two HilM Northeant of Maryvillo.) il-AO Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Notions, etc. Cash raid for Hides, at advanced prices, delivered at my Yard. GEO. A. TOOLE, MABTVILLB, TE1TN. JDEAIjEXX TINT DRUGS AND MEDICIN...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 30 May 1874

o , O O THE REPUBLICAN. May 80, IH7I. POLITICAL DEPARTMENT. M. L. 'lIcCONXELL, Editoiu SaT We are infomieil tl at onr young friend, V. T.' Atkins, of An derson couutv, is a candi lute for Attorney General in Lis the ICth J udicial Circuit. Tuto is a worthy yonnj man who by sobriety and in dustry Las made of himself a very respectable lawyer. Without even knowing the name of Lis opponent, we venture the prediction that Tate will make a good race, and if elected, a first rate Attorney General. arln another column may be found a fchort communication from Morgan county, touching the situas tion in that romantic region. The letter LaB the endorsement of a number of the best men of that county, w ho assures us that the state ments there made, in so far as they relate to the Btatus of the Republican party, may be relied upon implicitly. Wc will take this occasion to Bay to our friends of the different couuties, especially those composing this Dis trict, that short, newscy letters deal ing ...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 30 May 1874

c 9 -w- a a I r r - 1 1 iz?MZiJtAa 2sr Tie Favorite Horns Mi, Tnto unriralltd Medicine li warranted not to contain a single particle of Mekctby, or any lnjurou mineral i nqstauce, but In PUUKLY YEGETAIIM, containing tliore Southern Roou and Htrba, which an all-wij ProviJcnee lias placed In countries where Llvtr Diaia.-) most prevail. It will cure all Dieeaea caused by Derange ment of the Liver and Bowel. Simmon JAcer Jltjnlator or Medi cine, la wnralueiitl? a J amlly Medicine : and by being kept ready for Iwnedia?.- reaort will aave many an hour of punVrinj aul many a dollMr la time and doctors' lil!f. After over Forty Yesm" trial it Is ftlll re ceiving the uiot unqualified teutiiuonla'a to Ita virtuea from perHons of the highest chareter and riiHuntibijity. Emmineiit physician commend It as the mobt effectual apecific for Dyspepsia ani Ind'aertion. Armed with this ANTIDOTE, ail cll mat' and changes cf wa'T and food may le faced without fear. As a K-medy in Malarious Levi rs, Bowel ...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 30 May 1874

OA A S3 o e t ;3 SOOC 0 0 o o e o CO o " THE GRANGERS. I tews of Interest to nieiuler-of Ihe Order. There are 7H0 grange in Ohio, ac cording to a ll&t lately compiled. It in estimated that there will not be loss than from 50.003 to 75,000 gran gers in Tenncssco before next fall. The order is experiencing a wonderfully rapid growth, and soon there will scarcely be a arner in the state who will not bo a member of some grange. As to tho manifent dislike to cere monies, I find that those who are the - mwt inolined to do away with the rit ual are not the beet Patrons. I now and then find broken-down politicians who are more anxious to ride over the shoulders of the order into some office, that are very much afraid of ceremonies, and express themselves as being desir ous that the organization becoue a po litical ouo. This is not the sentiment of the Patrons as a class. llural World- Tho grange movement is still sweeping Georg a. New granges are being organized every week. Thou sands o...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 1 August 1874

o o .0 C9 C3 3 9o 'THE- REPUBLIC IN. . , - Devoted to Literature, News of the Day, Agriculture, and Important Local Intelligence, Etc. VOLUME VI 1, MARYVILLK, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1S71. NlLNIlJEu'io! i - - . . i- ... . . , i , 1 HAVE MONUV! CIIAS. TFEANZE'S NEW FURNITURE STORE, Maryvillo, leep eontatanlly on baud, and make lo ordar, every Ouflua mad to order Hid kepi cnnrtaully ob bund. Olra me a trial. All work warrautrd to b a ri-iin-wntrd. I'ricca cbrai) for cub. ftalaarimm and factor? nmt x,r norlb ol C. HaitrrV tin hou. W. W. Lawrence, MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS, SHOES, SADDLES, SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LE AT J I El?. Harness Leather, Kip fekins, etc., Springfield, Tennessee, (Two Idle Northeeat of MarrUle.) ALTO DBAIJtB H Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Notions, etc Cub paid for Hide, at adranoed prices, delivered at my Yard. GEO. A. TOOLE, MABYVILLE, DRUGS AND MEDICINES, ESSENTIAL OILS, CUMS, SPONGES, FANCY GOODS, PERFUMERY, PATENT MEDICINES, t ETC. Physicians Pre...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 1 August 1874

r BS THE REPUBLICAN August!, 1S71. POLITICAL DEPARTMENT. M. L. McCONNELL, Editor. BfT Col. Jolin Baxter las laen i ring Comptroller Bnrch's State ' &nk proposition, through the col i wns of the Knoxville Chronicle. "e demonstrates beyond all question ' mt it is open to a number of very ,'rious objections, many of which som to us altogether imsurmonnta ' le. ' i8 The canvass in Knox county over coonty oflices is at a white heat. The Candida tes themsolves are stump ing the- county in every direction, and it is even said that the Hon. lloraco Mnynard, and perhaps other diKtingiiibhed geutlemon, will take the stump if they bavo not already done ho. .ow j ou see It Xow J on Don't.' Col. J. M. Thornburgh,before leav ing for the mortntain counties hint week, received information that the Conservatives, in convention assem bled here on Monday, not having a man in their own party whom they could elect Attorney General, would probably nominate him for that posi tion. Ho called at our off...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 1 August 1874

o err o Tie Favorite Home This unrivalled Medicine In warranted not to contain a iingle particle of Merccrt, or any injuroui mineral inqstance, but m purely yeoetarlu, containing tlioee Southern Roots nnd Herbs, which an all-wise Provident ha placed in countries where Liver Diseases most prevail It will cure all Diseases caused by Derange inent of the Liver and Isowcls. Simmon $ Liver Regulator or Medi an r, ' Is emm'mcntly a FriiiIIv Medicine : and bv being kept ready for immediate resort will save many an hour of suffering and many dollar in time and doctors' bills. Afk'r over rorty Years' trial it is still re cciving the most unqualified testimonials to its virtues from persons of the highest charoter and resiKinsiuility. Kmmincnt physician commend it as the most effectual specilie for Dyspepsia and Indiqattion. Annul with this ANTIDOTE, nil cli mates and changes r.f water and food may be faced without fear. As a Kcmedy in Malarious Eevcrs, Bowel Complaints, Itest lessness, Jaund...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 1 August 1874

C3 o o oa O .-"'HOUSE, FAUM AKDjGAjtDiN. A Remedy fob Loobexehs. In a caae of looM'ucHU of tbe bowels iu a LorwJ ft e would give half an ouuee of prepared chalk and half an ounce of ground gin ger in the fetrt once a day. A Indica tion is probably the cause, tbe feed fchouldbe caiefully selected, and what grain is given nhotild be gronnd. An onnce of alt should also be given in the feed daily. IaVB AS CbtEUT AND DfiY FODDEH. Au exchange gives in He experience in using rye as a grvij unmnm feel, and pronounces it as excellent feed if cnt when coming into ear. This has been used both for horcn and cows. The journal adds : " To feed rye that has been cut ripe, we would thresh it. irrind the grain along with corn or oats, cut the btraw in a fodder-cntter, moisten it with water, snrinkln n. lmnrlfnl f wall nnd tLree-quarters of the ground feed . upon a barge pailful of the moist cut straw, This makes a very good feed fur an ordinary sized horse whea work ing moderately." Dots. Bots are t...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 15 August 1874

n to 0 . 1 0 a 9 Co 0 9 n C C THE REPU Devoted to Literature, News of the Day, Agriculture, and Important Local Intelligence. Etc. VOLUME VII. MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE, "SATUKDAY, AUGUST 15, .1874. NUMBER '2-2. 5 B1TC A N V 1 HAVE MOIV1J r ! IATKOIVIZJSB . C1IAS. PFLANZE'S NEW FURNITURE STORE, Maryville, Tennessee. Keep constantly on hand, and make to order, every varlrry of Furniture, from tb. cheapest to the fluent aial moat elegant etyle.. Cfnue made to order afid kept eou.tautly on band. Olv. roe a trial. All work warrantrd to be a. reprewnted. Prlcce cheap for caan Haleerooro and fartory nrt door north nl f!. ItaiterV tiu lmu. W. W. Lawrence, MANUFACTURER OP BOOTS, SHOES, SADDLES. SOLE LEATHER 'J UPPER LEATHER. Harness Leather, Kip Skins, etc., Springfield, Tennessee, (Two Vlile Northeut or Haryrille.) ALSO DEALn Dl Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Notions, etc Cuih paid for Hides, at advanced prioes, douverod" at my Yard. GEO. A TOOLE, 2dL ABYYILL IE, T IE IN" IsT. DRUG...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 15 August 1874

' if, o o o o O 0 & o go C- c fl 0 Jf e e 0 ft O (9 o Co '10 0' THE REPUBLICAN. Augmt 15, 1871. POLITICAL DEPARTMENT. M. L. McCONNELL, Editor. f" A new pnper hnsjeen started at Greeneville, calk1??, the Inteltl rjencer. It is understood to bo tie banner organ Johnson. of'' ex-President jar Hon. Wm. Crutclfield is out in a card consenting to stand for a re nomination for Congress from the 3d District -.' lie thinks it would be bestfor delegates to be left vnin btrncUd and free to' select the best and moat available roan to defeat the Democracy H3T Private advices from Missouri, which wrb banded over to the Democracy by the political treason of Coil Schnrz, inform ub that life and property have become so insecure in mony localities that immigration and developementhave almost ceased, and many of the best citizens are leaving the State The London Daily Telegraph has a story from Parij to the effect that Germany has made a secret agreement with Marshal Serrano to aid him in the supp...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 15 August 1874

Stir See mammoth advertisement I ar Tiie T FavoritB Hons Reilj. Tula unrivalled Medicine la warranted not ... ....miiuiii a PIIIUIIT 1)111 UVIC III .ur.Kri'KY. ur any InjuroiiH mineral f ustanee, Imt is i'uukly vi:i;taijm, containing tliooe Southern Root and llcrU, w liich an ull-wiiv Providence baa placid In countries where IJvcr Disease inott prevail. It will cure all Dimweg caused by Denint'e nient tif Hie Liver and Bowels. AiihMon'a Lletr Regulator or Medi cine t Is emmineiitly a Pauiily Mediciuc : and liy iK lng kept ready for immediate, resort will nave many an hour of suffering and many a dollar in time and doctors' bills. After oVt-r Forty Years' trial it I still re r( ivlng tlic li'oM unqualified tcstlm nlnls to Its virtues froni persons of the hi-rlicst thnnter and responsibility. Kminlnent pliysiclun commend it as the' most if ctual fpcciflc for Jhfnjepui and Tndiqe.Mion. Armed with this ANTIDOTE, all cli nut" and changes t.t water and food may lc faced without fear. As a...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 15 August 1874

0 0 CO O O 00 0 o 0 $0 CO 9 t 5 & 0 6 3 0 C3 9 w 1 0 v 1 THE GRANGERS. "Sh: first GrHngets' store in Mifgmiri ia located at Windsor, lleury cJSIty, with a capital of $10,000. Roman Catholic 4a Wisconsin are tearing the granges, the bishop of Mil waukee having isiud a pastoral against them. v- : Qes. Fnznvon Lee, of .Virginia, favors the apparent objects of tte Grangers, but objects to their secrecy and to the introduction of women into' its membership. Toi Kansas executive committee warn those wl organize granges in occupied territory tKat in future they will have to consolidate with othe granges or sur render tleir charter. TnB Kansas Faracr objects to the Orange taking bo midi money out of the stats, mid uhovm that if tlte dispen sation fee wne $5 incUml of $15 tie sum of 011,000 woald how beam re tained in KaaHM. Toward the clone of the last session congress received a petition from the colored citizens of Georgia asking for aa organized militia and arms, coupled with a compl...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 13 February 1875

O o o B e o a o o v 0 o o OO t o0o i .01 i. Of at nn Devoted to Literature, News of the Day, Agriculture, ao3 Important Local Intelligence, Etc. VOLUME VII. MARYVILLK, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1875. NUMBER IS. a . : "ij..b tt I f T"' R:F r BTiT flAN.- " ' ,3 I IV o o CHAS. PFLANZE'S NEW FURNITURE STORE, Mary ville, Tennessee. Keep eontstantly on bind, and mike to order, every varlory of Furniture, from tbe oheapest to the finest and moet elegant styles. Coffins made to order and kept conrtantly on bond. Give me a trill. Ail work warranted to be as represented. Pricei cheap for MRU. Salesroom and factory first door norlh of 0. Hatter's tin shop. W. W. Lawrence, MANUFACTURER OF BOOTS, SHOES, SADDLES, SOLE LEATHER, UPPER LEATHER. Harness Leather, Kip Skins, etc., Springfield, Tennessee, (Two Mlln Northesst of Maryvllle.) ALSO Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Notions, etc. Cub paid for Bides, at advanced prices, delivered at my Yard. GEO. A. TOOLE, MABYTILLB, T 33 IN...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 13 February 1875

0 o O MX 0 A I' v ,0 f 3 "bo 0 O OS) cs&0 o o o o c o o o o o 9 52? THE REPUBLICAN. Feb. 1875. HiU Paper will fcc hcnt FKEH ,of lOSTAOH to Subscribers xio Jfty in Advance. ' ANY lKltSON endiifr " flub of 0 8iilscril)ei, and $00. -vrlll receive a a Premium ti $00 .Hewing Machine. Subscription Hatea. One year, blx month - Payalla in advance. 00 1 00 Kates of Arti .isingr. HO lines Nonpareil constitute one eqnare.) Ore Iquare 1 ius.-rtioii $1 00 Z.h additional Insert! u 50 One column 1 year 75 00 Special Rates for Yearly Advertisers, t8T To insure prompt attention, adver tistmcaU muft he hwxu-u in Wednesdays, AdvertiBcim-oU will be , dun after firt Insertion iinV-f otherwise agreed uimn t&T Obituaries will be tbirged half price marriages and deaths Insert, -a free. Our Huh Vaivs. Clubs of 10, $1. CO each, and a copy free to the getter up of club, bulwenbers in tin- county of Ulount can payu lro luce if de livered at our office or at eouie convenient point In the county. Bcf T7t...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 13 February 1875

0 mm Q 3' 4 S9 Tip Favorite Home Remefly. - ThW umivalled Medicine is warranted not to contain a single particle of MEKcrKT, or any injurous mineral ruqstance, but la ri'KKLY VEGETABLE, onntal linn those Soutbern Roots and Herbs, widen an ill-wine Providence bas placed in oo sut ics vhere Liver Diseases most prevail. It wih cu.e all Diseases caused by Derange tt A lue Liver and Bowels. Sinnon Liver Regulator or Medi cine, U eminently a Family Medicine : and by be'ng kept ready for Immediate resort will save 'nai y an bonr of suffering aud many a dollai ir time and doctors' bills. Af cr over Forty Years' trial it istill re ee'vl 'g -berhoBt unqualified testimnlals to Its alien from persons of tbe highest cbmte. and responsibility. Emminent phys'jluu commend it aa tbe most effectual iptclJc for Dyspepsia and Indigestion. Aimed with this ANTIDOTE, all cll matis and changes cf water and food may be fixed without fear. As a Remedy in Malpri ms Severs, Bowel Complaints, Hesl lewn., Jaundi...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 13 February 1875

if 0 CO o 8 FAJH AD riiAXTAHO.V TOPICS. from (ba llural CarollDiau, HltIH.l. W.ANTS AND THEIB TEAC0LNG8. A friend wbo Lad devoted ranch atton tion to vegetable physiology, enpecially in its relation to agriculture, lately showed us two interesting specimens of dried plants. Onj was the common oat, which the botanists o'ass among the Grmilnor, or grasses, and the other vetch, a leguminons plant, allied to the garden pea, the bean, the lupines, and the clovers. The plant had been grown in flower-pots, from which the ball of earth had been taken and carefully washed away from the roots, leaving thita unbroken and entire. The oat plant, or, rather, clump of plants, pre sented a macs of roots which would be likely to astonish the unobsoiving farm er and open his eyes to the necesr-ity of giving his crop breadth and dfpth of soil, as well 89 something to feed upon. The bnlk and weight of the roots was, we think, two to one at least an corn par! with tho parts growing above gronnd. In the ...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 6 March 1875

J ', - "7 t 0 L 1 9 - Devoted" to Literature, News of the Day, Agriculture, iind Important Local Intelligence, Etc. VOLUME ni. MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, MARCH (i, 1S75. NUMBER 51. THE R ff P B k.N save aioivi -: iuV.rnowi5Sis Oil AS. PI'LANE'S NEW FURNITURE STORE, ZSinry villo. Ten now see. Keep eontstanlly on band, and n.,ke to urtli r, every vurii-i j of l'.;ru:tur , from the chtareit to the finest and moat elegant at .vie. Coffins mule to order ami kr)t oi-iirlHialy on l.uii.l. OIe me a trial. All work wai ranted to be as i'ii,-Mi,t,i!. l'ri, i s cheap for rafh. Salesroom and factory llrxt door north of (.'. IUii.tV tin Mni.. W. W. Lawrence, :i vxit.u tu;i:;; of BOOTS, SHOES, SADDLES, SOLE LEATHER, rPPEi: LKATIIEU. Harness Leather, Kip Skins, etc., Springfield, Tonnessoe, (Two Milca Nortbrokl of Maryville.) AIM Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Queensware, Notions, etc, Ch paid for Hidos, at advance! irire, delivered at my Yard. GEO. A. TOOLE, MABYTILLB, DRUGS AND MEDICINES, ...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 6 March 1875

n r 0 OC0 ,0. 8 m - : . ' i TP REPUBLICAN. 5- o Nallirilay'itf urrir , 1 875. Th iKiviii bo witt fickkJ r l'OSTWJI'J to Subscribers! of M'llO la.V in Advance. ANY IM'.IWON wilding " (Uuh of :i) HulmrrilxTH, and $'50, wl roc(ivaH n I'rcinluni a $00 Sewing Mnchinc, Subscription Kates. One year, $2 09 Six month 1 00 Payable in advance. Hates of Advertising'. (10 linen Nonpareil constitutes one square.) Oac square I insertion $1 00 Kncli additional insertion fiO One column 1 year 75 00 Special Rates for Yearly Advertiser. t)& To insure prompt attention, adver tisements must le handed in Wednesdays. Advertisements will be due after first insertion unless otherwise nree! upon. Ca Obituaries will be charged half price; marriages and deaths inserted free. Our Club Hales. Clubs of 10, $1.50 each, and a copy free to the getter up of elub. Subscribers in the county of Mount can pay m Troducc if de livered at our office or at some convenient point in the county. Address, W. B. SCOTT & C...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 6 March 1875

0 i v . ' , ' - n-A-rr wr.-. tr-mm i 1.1 x W e o o 1 .THE REPUBLICAN, o LO CAXi -AJFJ? jflLlRS. WaTOur frjrnd and the d' terns ,,; fruity rtf tnexarloV point i!iivjhout the count, arejnritrd to for warn to us eacJi week, for putilicadyn, q1 local event transpirinff in Uirir immediate loealitict -such as marria&cx, deaths, arcidents, incidents, tc. $100 Howard. I &m authorized, by the citizens in the neighboihood of Sandy Spring School house, to offer one hundred dollars reward fr the arrest and conviction of the party, or parties,' who burnt, or caused to b'' burnt, thr Sandy Spring School -house oa the night of the 19th of February, ult. W. II. IIknkv, Supt. Pub. Inst, Maryville, Tenn., March 1st, 1875. Arrival ami Departure of Mails. Knoxville dally, except Sunday?, clo at 8 o'clock, k. m. Arrives nt 4, i. m. Unitia via Louisville, Miser's Station, and Frlcndsville, clow at 0 a. m., Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays ; arrives at 7 p. M., on Mine days. Cade's Cove via Gamb...

Publication Title: Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Republican. — 6 March 1875

A. Cuntr uT the IU la ('ol4. The ciiihci of the movement are not tliflijult to lie floe. Ever since tin nnii, lLo rat of iuterest lias leoa no hw kiii the I'nution among inveatort to .Wide! that an unusual preference Laa lcon Riven to government aeeuritiea txitU bj private individuals an.l floan rial iontit utioiiH. Trioea of bonda Lave thua Wen kept alovo tho Karopean iu U'.ions, which have been depressed by the unsettled condition of the Lon don and continental money markets, and United Htutea aeeuritiea have, from tbia cabs, been ateadity flowi. g Lome fur te vi ral monthi patt. The amounta if bond" thua retnrued miiHt Lave been very Urge. The reflux ia by no means Mils height just now, and yet.last week, one lot of new Uvea of $700, (XX) waa ti reived, aud the week previona one par eel of ?UX) 000 of the same class of tonda arrived. Ileaidea this class of aeouritie, some considerable amounts of railroad boudi have been returned from Germany. This r flax of invent ments Iim kept ...

Publication Title: Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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