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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 4 November 1876

x- e 9 . a Religious. The City on the Hill. BY EBEN E. BEXFORD. I know the strangest city A sileut, peaceful city, A beautiful wbito city Upon a sunny bill ; Where daisies fair are growing, While summer winds are blowing Upon the earth's green bosom, Among the streets so still. The streets are long and narrow, And the brown thrush and the spar Crow Their little nests have builded Among the flower-flucked grass. You will hear tho song of linnet, And tho robins carol in it, Whenever this strange city Your footsteps chance to pass. The houses in this city, This still and peaceful city, Where never human pity The dwellers ask nor need, Are long and low, and over Each roof the grasses cover, That no one may discover Tho haunts where sparrows breed. There aro no sounds of sorrow, No longings for to-raorrow, No pain to bear and borrow Within its silent streets. But all is peaceful over The green grass and the clover, As days go drifting onward Abovo its calm retreats. Tkither, dear one, gr...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 4 November 1876

The Republican. r 1 fj AT CUD AY, NOV 4, 1876. Next Tuesday, 7th imst, trill decide . ' uhetber Tldoji or Hayes will bo President of our republic for tho ' reit four years. So far. it hr.s been the mod wave- fiil cnd honorable canvass biuce the war, notwithstanding both ai tiLS l.avo used great energy and have strained trcyy ncrvo to- insure kuc ' CCfU. Wliatevcr the result may be, we will bew to tho voice and decision of the people, recognizing tho suprema cy of the majority of oiir fellow- counlrymeii. It is to be hoped that tho (lection will pass off quietly and peacefully, and that all honorable and iniellieLt citizeng will una their influence to pi event disgraceful ami unlawful f cencB of all kinds. The class gen c rally prone to ni,cli acts is the one more in need of a high, jaoral, and liberal political policy than any other, and their disorderly acts react with double force againtt thorn ; therefore, it ib to their interest to act as iutelli gout, law-abiding and fair-minde...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 4 November 1876

o 0 C f- The Republican. 1tAiLito.11 nvi: tahlh. KnoxvlIIc; aiie.1 Charleston If. IC. Leaves Maryvillc for Knnv villi- i.t :, A. u; r.rrivffi at l6:0'i, A. m. leaves Know ill.. f..i Maryviilent 3:30, f. v.; ni liv.s at o: 10, i-.m- SATURDAY. NOV., -1 17( . .. -!"'-" 1 1 Aiiiioiiu't'i:ii'rilK. We are authorized nnd r.avicsiod to nn- noun,, the of . , jjttimil n a fn.li.lnttf f. flm lowt-r House of the - M 111 -,, . , next Ucncrul Ash inlilv Tacfday con out I I'ino wentber this woefc. Election next TucHilay. To-night at Jvtioxviliti. County Court iuccIm Monilaj. llr-mtmhor tbo r,iilro it meeting at ,tbo Conrt bouso next Mon-lay. See nov Jenal n 1. Land salt?, ly A- M. Dcj uly Slu riff lidiu fell Llio on Thurstliy eve ning. 1 1 . i r ii . : uraua wmoci auc naiiy nt Knox- ! ville to-ltiy. Only '2."i ce nts the round j trip on tbe K. & C li. It. i Turn out ovethody, nnd niost, rss ' pocially punorraN and Coiif-fi vii- I tivcR, aa.l KoU tb.; Pe.uocralic liallv 1 at KnoxriUe tv-diy. i ...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 4 November 1876

FARMERS, LOOK OUT I J. M. GREER & CO., (IN J. II. GREER'S BRIK STORE) MARYVILLE, TEKTN". Matufadnrers and Dealers in LITTLE MONITOR 39 GRAIN and SEED SEPARATOR. For separating XVI II'AT from Cockle, Cheat, Smut, on.l all other impurities usually foiinJ in wheat, we claim it has NO EQUAL. This; Machine will also separate Wheat, Clover, and Timothy Seed after thoroughly mixing them together in the hopper. tttf"WE. ARE 3STOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE ORDERS FOR THIS lrnvnrnrn iviwvwmv t1f- ST "0 UUiUJIJUllJ LMLiMIUiVi Send your Orders early, or call on the undersigned, in order to Kecme"a Machine for the growing crop. PRICE ONLY J:?."5.0. " Maryville, Tenn., ) R M. AARON, April 1st, 187G. f W. Y. C. II ANNUM. CARFE TE WHOLESALE WHOLESALE OSS & co.. GROCERS, Gay St., GROCERS, Gayi St., KNOZVILLE, TE2ST3ST. o Dkai.khs In nil kinds of staple and fancy Groceries, Trices ns low as nny House that handles first-closR Goods. All Goods sold by us guaranteed as represented. We receive and soil...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 15 September 1877

THE REPUBLICAN, Published Eyebt Satcbday at Maryville, E. Tcnn. J IIU lilil UDLlUAiN. aivi:i:tising hatks. 10 lilies or less constitutes one square. One square one insertion $ l oil Each additional insertion 60 One square one mouth 2 60 One square two months 4 00 One square three months B 00 One square ono year 1 1 00 Quarter eoYiiiin one year 20 00 Half col unui one year 40 0O One column one year 75 00 Professional Cards (l lino) 8 00 BV Advertisements will he eluo after first insertion unless otherwise arranged. B'Announcing Candidates State, $S; County, i"). Congress, $10. 3tunicijal and District, $'J. Cah in advance. One copy one year $2 00 Oat copy sis months 1 00 Due copy Ihree inontiu 50 CMJB KATI2S. iu clubs of 10, eacb ....$1 60 Extra copy free to getter up of club In all cases the cash or Ita 'quivalent must bo rcceivix! befor iMors are sent at club ratus, otherwise snch subscril)er8 will be required k Py regular rates. W. B. SCOTT & CO., Publishers. "f 8 M lie Reward ...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 15 September 1877

TUB REPUBLICAN, Pi?BWfc,iiFj Evutt Saturday at Maryville, E. Tcnn. SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1877. Tho Stato Supreme Court met at jKnoxvillo TiifMtiy. The election in Mitino this week resulted, of course, in tho success of ithe Republicans. Yellow fover has made its. appear ance at Fernandina, Fin , and other Southern cities are alarmed. Robert H. Knox, of Alabama, is Appointed Consul to Hamilton, Can Ada, vice II. Roy Mycin. John Taylor, President of the Twelve Mormon Apostles, is acting as President of tho Mormon Church until Rrigham Young's successor is telected. Congressman Schleicher, of Texas, is at Washington, looting after tho ;nterests of his Stato in the event of :a Mexican invasion, which ho says is .quite probable at any moment Col. C. W. Charlton, at the request .of a number of farmers of Greene nd Washington counties, assumes tho responsibility of changing the time of holding tho East Tennessee Farmers' Convention from the 27th fit September to October 10th. The Knoxville Tr...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 15 September 1877

THE REPUBLICAN. SATURDAY, SEPT. 15, 1877. Coal Oil 40 cents per gallon at G. B. Robs'. New Goods at the "Brick Coiner" and prices lower tban ever. Supply of Lamps and Burners received at N. D. S. Tbe echedulo on tbe K. & C. R. R. bas been changed. Tbe train now leaves Maryville at 8:20 A. M , and arrives at 4:20 P. M. NEW GOODS at J. C. Lawrence's. "Wednesday the largest crowd of people were in town. No. 1 Tobacco, very cheap, at G. B. Boss'. Warm weatber this week during tbe day, but tbe nights cool. Mr. J. 0. Lawrence, at tbo "Briok Corner," is receiving a new stock of Fall and Winter Goods. Have your prescriptions filled where they will bo accurately dis pensed, below Knoxville prices. Cigars of all kinds at G. B. Boss'. A large stock of Paints, Oils, Glass, &c , is now offered for pale nt tho "Old Reliable Drug Store" bo low Knoxville prices. The Maryville Brass Band bas again placed us under obligations for a serenade last Saturday night Gentlemen, one and ull, you have...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 15 September 1877

$200,000. if "DTP A RTlTG'nn In order to clear cut cur stock of very superior Gold-plated Jewelry valued at ver 200,000, wa will send as below, 20 Pieces, all warranted Gold-plated, for OI.OO. 1 pair Gold Stone Sleeve Buttons ; 1 pair Engraved Sleeve Buttons ; 1 set Pointed Studs ; 1 set Amethyst Studs ; 1 Weddin? Ein? ; 1 En 0 A "OH A TTVT graved Band FinerEing; 1 Amethyst Stone Xi f Efr2.A.LNa iLg) jnlai With Q0i,i; 1 Elegant Eing, narked " Friendship;" Amethyst 8tone Scarf Pin, Inlaid with Gold; 1 SilTirii Hit Pin; 1 tet ladies' Jet and Gold Pin and Drops ; 1 Misses' set Jet and Gold; 1 ladies' Jet Set, Ornamented; 1 set Handsome Eoscbud Ear TJjl L1 Bfc Drops; 1 Gents' Elejant Lake George Diamond Stud; 1 JSd V JLixfo Cardinal Eed Bead Necklace; 1 pair Ladles' Amethyst Stone Ear Drops, Iilaid with Gold ; 1 Ladies' Ornamented Jet Brooch ; 1 Taney Scarf Ein? and Ele-jant Watch Chain. TAKE YOUR CHOICE, THE INTIRE LOT OF CO PIECES, SENT POST PAID FOR $1.00 OR ANT O PIECES YOU CHOOSE F...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 27 October 1877

X ' it. I A ' - ' . . JLO x: MARYVILLE, TENNESSEE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1877. NO. 44. Maryville Rp.nimlip,fl.n The Republican, , TE PL S- To Subscribers out of the County, $2 00. I!f THE OOUSTT : One copy one year. $1 50 One copy six months. 75 One copy three months 30 LUB RATES. In clubs of 10, each $1 00 Extra copy free to getter up of club In all cases the cash or its equivalent must be recelvid before papers are sent at club rates, otherwise snch subscribers will be required to pay regular rates. " ADVERTISING RATES. 10 lines or less constitutes one square. One square one Insertion $1 00 Each additional insertion CO iOne square one month 250 One square two months 4 00 .One square three months 5 00 .One square one year 12 00 (Quarter .co'uipn one year.".'. 20 00 Half column, one year. ............ 40 00 One column die year:. . ...... 75 00 Professional (Cards ( d lines) ........ 8 00 Adwertietemqata will, bo due after first insartitKi u.alesBQUicrwi8c arranged. jSTAnnouncing Can...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 27 October 1877

The RepubJlcariF SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 1877. The regular annual session of the Grand Division of Tennessee, Sons of Temperance, paeet at Knoxville to-day. The Clih session of tbe Holston Annual Conference convened at CleveLanon tb,o 24th inst, Bishop Doggett presiding. Ret, F. Richard son was elected Secretary, and J. R. Payne and D. W. Carter Ass&Let Secretaries. Advices by Thursday's mail show that Jugde Cooley, of Michigan, will ppbably get the U. S., Circuit Judge ship of the Sixth District; ihorjgb Hon. Jno. Baxter, of Knoxville, is strongly indorsed for the position and possibly may receive the appoint ment ' The Blount County Sabbath School Convention convened at Pleasant Grove Chnrch yesterday. President Wm. A. McTeer presid ing. t Th,ew was a heavy white frost at emphis on the morning of the 23d inst Thomas Estrano, President of tbe Cuban Republic, has been captured by the Spanish troops. Senator Blaine's daughter was, on the 22d inst., shot in the face by the .accidental ...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 27 October 1877

The Republican. SATURDAY, OCT. 27, 1877. ABOUND TOWN. Bam yesterday. There was a ieavy white frost here Tuesday morning last. Dr. B. A. Morton, W. D. McOin ley, Esq , and Masters Geo. McGin ley and Jno. Morton, returned last Saturday fros the mountains, loaded with cheaiauts they did not go deer hunting. The laths near the stovepipe, in the Friends' Church, caught fire Thursday afternoon and caused a panic for a while. Our citizens rush ed to the rescue, and the fire was coon extinguished without much j damage to the building. Two English ladies, members of the Society cf Friends named Thistlewaithe and Sattlewaithe ar med in this place Friday the 19tb inst., from Friendsville, and left Tuesday. They are visiting this country for the purpose of ascertain ing the condition of the Society in the different States. On Sabbath last they addressed the Friends of Mary--ville, in the Friends' Church'. A man named Webb, who was ar rested on the charge of breach of trust, was brought before E...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Maryville Republican. — 27 October 1877

J J PCTURES I ! Rirhwdsou'fl GaUerjr lias tenn opened one doo" boye the fl lioas office. All kinds fit Pictures execut. ed Ui the bent style and t cleap rtes.- Also, iVatcbcs repaired. a JYiARYVILLE, DEALER IN ' J. J. FAULKNER, OLD DRUG STORE BUILDING, hJL AEYVILLE, TEISTT. Will buy and sell, strictly on commission, Wheat, Corn, Bacon, Oats, Feathers, Dried Fruit, Jlc, &c. Agent for Geo. Brown's Grass Seeds and Agricultural Implemerta. . " Trcut & Vance, Tobacco Manufacturers. ' " Rockford XX Sheetings and .cotton Yarns. COUXTKY lIitllATSiipplieJit Factory Trices. GEO. A. PRINCE & CO. BUFFALO, Jf. X. i CELEBRATED ORGANS ' 44 IpM?! V .TJ?w;?fM?5 Rk-a7 WM mm liteiipifpilii BETWEEN 67.000 B8(000 NOW I3ST USE. The oldest, largest and most perfect Manufactory of 0pana in the United States. No other musical instrument ever obtained the same popularity. Have been tested for OVER 30 YEARS in K iirone, Asia, Africa, Australia, and North and South America. Testimonials in proof of...

Publication Title: Maryville Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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