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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 September 1870

t "ir 4 i -.V ::' Vv-v.i 1 K V 4 KJA-J '.) . J (I ; i. -aO Z'AilJtH8 puPOe Eqtial High&to aH. llenwil secure Happiness to the People. -r i i V f II V. V VOL. H. a ' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY, ; DR. C. WHEELER & ' ''. . -y DR. JI. S. MAIIONEY. TERMS: 'f 2 00 per Annum in. advance. PROFESSIONAL. -THOS: H. REEVES, JOXESBORO', TEJi 5- M VILt,' attend to matters connected with " the purchase of. Real Eetate, Jettlhig i Estates, Collecting Ulebts, &c, , ; OCIce Up-Stairs, over .' Atkinson's , Sil ver Smith's Miop. 70aug23yl S. MCNSOX, - - Lit of I Manroa Seymour. E. P. BAILEY, , Cukier of Exchange and .; LHloit Bank. HUNS ON & BAILEY, : Ileal Estate Insurance 'f'--i -l-.rr.-. - AND -1 " '' I ; t; (Claim gciib, r ' KAoxVille, T nil.. Office in Exchange and Deposit Bank PoIIdlngy Gay street. ' : , qriffith, : . ATTORNEY AT LAW, d . t COLLECTINO AGENT. ORlc under Keen' Pbotoirruph Gallery, la the Kootna of tli Assistant Assessor, Joiies'borotigh, Tennessee. WILL fire spec-i...

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. — 15 September 1870

in- PUBLISHED EVERY TIIUKSDAY BY Dr. C WHEELER A Dr. 11. S. M AIIOXEY. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1870. ATTENTION ! Reduced Rates fr tlie Campaign. We have concluded to furnish the Herald & Tribune to subscribers from this date, until after the election for Con pressmen next Fall at the following Reduced Hates: to , Single subscribers $0 SO . Any person lending a club of Ten 6ub fcribors at FIFTY CENTS each, will re ceive a copy frfp. . " Now ia the time to pet a FIRST CLASS Newspaper for the campaign. Send In your clubs nt once, accompanied by the cash. Address WIIKELEK & MAIIOXEY, Herald and Tribune Oflice, ' Jorcsborough.Tenn. A WEEDED REFORM. A correspondent ahks, "Why don't you bring out better men for office ?" and adds, "ire are tired of voting for men who, if Lalf they eay about each other is true, are better fitted for tbe penitentiary than for offices of trust and profit." In answer to the above we would say that while some good and true mc"n aspire to and now hold of...

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. — 15 September 1870

k 1 i i 1i i i.i 1 1 . a I 2 1 1 L .1 i i , ess HTJiALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOft-ADVEnTISINa: . , " Each subsequijit insertion . . 75 " Three Months.. V siX .....: ;:::: S! I ir .-" -One Year ....,. , . .12 00 J Coliium One .Ttear.i. .....;.2o 00 "'" "' '"''.... ,40 (X) Ju ' ; . ..v.,,, .7a 00 1 . " " . .140 00 v ALL advertisement? due when Inserted, unless upon (special agreement. Where the number of insertions is not. marked, advertisement? will be Inserted "til for bid,,and charged accordingly. ., . Tor the announcement o candidates for Srate Offices, 9 10; County, $3; Municipal, t'.i, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1870t The fflarkets. ,' LvYxcriBrnF, va. Sept. 15. v During the past week our market offers but.fcw changes. Dried fraitsof all descrip tions steady at quotations ; Bacon plenty and dull; Butter active at qnotations'a 'to quality ; Corn freely offered at quota tions ; , Eggs active and scarce, if fresh ; Oats and Rye arriving freely and . readily taken ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 September 1870

O 4 ' it r ; Kl - -!.' - . .... - A.. v .0 i - .. - , Keeping Farm Accounts. " TTow "much has.lieen written on the subject, and bow important in order to know anything of ihe actual refulta ; and js Jimr.Few among the mass of farmers fiver think of doing it ; how very few know anything hear what any crop or animal Vosts them, or fccctn to care either.' They taoftly do what they fee their . neighbors doing anmiid them, with very little meth od or calculation, and leave the results to accidepV .Ak;a farmer how much grain hetan df-any particular kind,' arid he will mot usually tell you tthat he does not know exactly, because he kept the tally on Uejtfsliitiffiftcbine, and forgot to Jake ft off on his book before the mnchinc left. JUali'-Uii'lan'i he !tell you how much liis whole year crop amounts to, or what his expemes: have been.- 0f course we do not say that all farmers are . so, because pccafiunally there is a sysematic business , man among farmertv .as-well os . in other lines of ...

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. — 22 September 1870

llf f 'r-- i. on id pi Dun Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. '-r " I d .Hera . j .1,. . VOL. n. jcraltl aud rilmuc. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DR. C WIIEEL.ER dc DR. 91. S. 9IAIIOXEY. TERMS: (2 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAL. THOS. H. REEVES, JVttonuu at gSaic, JO.ESBORO', TEXX., "WILL attend to matters connected with the purchase of Keal Estate, Settling Estates, Collecting Debts, &e. Office Up-SUirs, over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's Shop. . 70:iug2.'yl s. MCNSOX, - Late of I IVlunvon & Seymour. - E. I. BAILEY, Cashier of Exchange anil Deposit Bank. MUNON & BAILEY, Real Estate Insurance AND HL jr. Claim grute, Knoxville, rJT mi. Office in Exchange and Deposit Bank Building, Cay street. E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, asi t'OLLKCTINO AO EXT. Office nntler Keen's Pliotojrrnph O-illery, in tlie Rooms of the Assistant Aswusor, Jonesborough., Tennessee. WILL pive Rjiecial attention to tlie collection of Claims acains...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 September 1870

4f rZTT..vxis'.9.cj!rj7 SCHOOLS. ' PUBLISHED EJ'EKV THURSDAY BT Dr. C. WHEELER & Dr. IW. S. ITCAIIOIVET. TIIUKSDAY", SEPTEMBER 22, 1870 . ATTEXTIOX! Reduced Rates Tor the Campai gn.' We haVc' concluded tp furnish . the 1Iebaid& TBinCNE to subscribers' from this date until after the electioii for Con gressmen next Fall at the following K educed Rates: Single subscriber ,." $0 50 Any person fending a club of Ten sub scribers at FIFTY CEXTS each, will re ceive a copy free. . .V '" Now U the time to pet a First Class Newspaper - foe the campaign. Send, in your clubs nt once, accompanied by -the cash. Address WIIEELElt&lAIIOXEY, ' - Herald and Tribune Ofliee, Jonesborough. Tenn. v PROCEEDINGS. Of theRepnbllcnn Cnventln at Cireenevllle n Wednesday1 last. The Republican Convention which met at GreeneTille on Wednesday 21st, inst, nominated Hon. R.RrEutler for Congress unanimously by, acclamation. - "We shall publish the proceedings in fall next week. After the nomination was ma...

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. — 22 September 1870

r Is 5 I; 1 A V I 0 M 0 I t i HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS 'FOIt 'ADVERTISING. Scfilare"Oni insertion,'. . -'..-... Each subsequent insertion "Three Months............. "Six " 1 " One Year....;.. .... i Oolnmn One Year l 00 . . . ...5 00 ...8 00 ..12 00 ...25 00 ..40 00 i ..75 00 1 " " 140 00 ALL advertisements due when inserted, unless upon special, agreement. When1 the number of insertions is not marked. advertisements will be inserted " til for bid," and charged accordingly. For the announcement ot candidates for State Offices, CIO; County, 83; Municipal, fj, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1870. MASONIC. All M. M. members of Rhea' Lodjre No. -17. are hereby notified to attend the remiiar stated Communication of the same on 1st : Monday in October as important business will be transacted, Bv order of WV M. . C. W. MEEK, Sec'ly. See Lynchburg Markets in another column, corrected weekly. The Mite Society will meet at Col. Geo. E. Grisham'son Tuesday evening next. . Than...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 September 1870

7 1 J : 1 1 r 4 t . IS. a- V v lie be a advoa "r Stat Conr V . Seeding Land "Wheat. It is now time to make arrangements for potting in fall ' wheat. Coleman's .Rural World, tayt ; " In plowing stubble it should be done at the earliest possible moment after the crop is off the ground. "Another point worthy of attention is, tho variety. It is with wheat, as with every other crop, a fact, that the same variety will not do equally well on all farms even though bub bhort distances part. . '.Still another point of value is, the amount of seed to the acre. We have seen two and a half bushels used to the acre, and only three pecks, and always , found light seeding the best. It is not only an ecouemy in the grain sown, but it produces better crops. The point is made clear by Mr. Mechi in the follow ing article in the Gentleman's Moazine, London : "Thick sowing, with high farming, produce a dense mass of vegetation, ob etrncting the passage of light and air, and preventing that branching or t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 September 1870

. ' ' ' ; M ' t t I I i "FT" to. T 1 r tt n- t" t '3 ribune r.ll- TNI It- (OL1UL Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. 1 9C3 VOL. II. t JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1870. NO. 5. 1 . .- - - , ii , -ui u jl i i i i i i n i xttM ami fbrihinc. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY OR. C WHEELER A: I)U. TI. S. ITIAIIOXEY. TE11.MS: $2 00 per Annum In advance PROFESSIONAL ' THOS. H. REEVES, JO.ESKORO', TEW., "WILL attend to matters coiin-cted with the purchase of Real Estat-, Settling Instates, Collecting Debt?, &. . , j Office Up-Stairs, over Atkin on's Sil ver Smith's Shop. aug-25yl j S. MUSSOS, - - E. P. 1VILEY, J Kat of Cashier of Excl ave and j Munsou & Seyinour. UvjioBit H; nk. MUNON & BAILEY, Heal Estate Insurance! " -' : ' " AND . 7 Chum JVgcnte,' ICnoxville, rI1 mi. Office in Exchange and Deposit Bank Cnilding, Gay street. E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, asd COLLECTINO AGENT. Office unili-r Kwn's Photoprajili On...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 September 1870

-1. . - Ai.."-'---4' ";" 1; - J. a ' 5 SCHOOLS. v - ' i VAST TEi'A&ao"Zi- WitxzU and ribttuc. . L PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C. TVILEEL.ER Ac Dr. 71. S. IHAIIOHfEY. TniJRSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1870. ATTENTION I lied need Rates fr the Campaign. We have concluded to furnish the lEKALD & Tkibuxe to subscribers from this date until after the election for C'on--gremen next Fall at the following . Reduced Bates: .", Single subscriber? 80 50 1 Any per?on Fending a club of Ten sub , scribers at FIFTY CENTS each, will re ceive a copy free. Now is the time to get a First Class Newspaper for the campaign. Send in 1 your clubs at once, accompanied by the cash. Address "WHEELER & MAIIOXEY. Herald and Tribune Ottic-e. Jopcsborough, Tenn. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR GOVERNOR. The Republican Convention which met at Nashville on the 22d inst., for the pur pose of nominating a candidate fur Gov ernor, nominated Hon. "Win. 31. Wisener, of Bedford, for that position, and adopted a platform w...

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. — 29 September 1870

s ; ). r-. V-RALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS "FOR ADVERTISING. 7 TSqiiare one insertion,. r.k ,...1 0 r " Each subsequent insertion,. . . 75 . " Three Months, 5 Si 8 O1' 1 One Year ,"."""".iii2 00 J Column One Year.... ..25 OP " 40 Of1 " . 75 00 1 " " 140 Oil ' ALL advertisements due when inserted, unless upon special agreement. When the number of insertions is, not marked, advertisements will be inserted til for bid,' and charged accordingly; - v . For the announcement ot candidates for State Offices, $10; Comity, $5; Municipal, $3, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 2D, 1870. Religious. Bishop Kavanavoh, will preach in the Methodist Episcopal Church (South) in this place on next Sabbath morning. JTIASOXICV All M. M. members of Rhea Lodge. No. 47. are hereby notified to attend the regular stated Communication of the same on 1st Monday in October, as important business will be transacted. By order of yr. m. C. W. MEEK, Seeiy. See Lynchburg Markets in another column, corrected weekly...

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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. — 29 September 1870

r"7 n l.'-i a .5 if '' t ! a1 . 3 - 4 i (IV . . , 1 h:-. A Si' 1 - J 1 i l AV" V t. V, .' - Li' '-. : Statistics or Crept. The MontLly Report of the Department of Agriculture for July, 1870 gives the - following information concerning the Crops . throughout the, United States. : , wheat. , The condition of wheat is above an average in the following states : Maine, N. ' Hampshire Virginia North Carolina Geor gia, Alabama, Tennessee, West Virginia, Kentucky ,y Kansas, Nebraska, . "Oregon. An average is indicated in South Caroli na and Arkansas. The following States fall below an average prospect : Vermont Massachusetts, New ork. New Jersey, Pennsylvania. Delaware, Maryland Missis Mppi, Texas, Missouri, Illinois' Indiana, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, California. The great wheat growing districts all rfiow a reduction in condition - rendering ' it certain that the crop of the year wjll bo materially less than that of 18C9. The average depreciation of thirteen per cent J '...

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. — 6 October 1870

. L rm. m"l II ' 1 Will" WW J' m '"' wni' Vm I mm li iW-WM.yr-T j V v"i' , - ----3w - " 5 : . ? ? - J I Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the Pebpl VOL. II. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1870. ... V-' . NO. 6. T r yr i-,t - . , - tr 1 1 ( - J i .a 5 n it i I. 5? PUMSIIEI EVERY THURSDAY BY ) PR. C. WHEELER & Ml. W. S. JlAIIOXE. TKRMS: $2 00 per Annum in advance. rnOFESSIO.AL. - '- i. TfiOS. H. REEVES, tt0ruvit at giur, jo.ifsBOno TEX.W, WILL attf-n'l to niaitpr fonnctMl witli tn- iurHi:i of Hi'al ltat-, S-ttlinj ' Kstat'. Collecting Dbt?, Sc. Oilier l'-St:iirst, over Atkinson's Sil v r Sniitl' Sliop. 70:mg2"iyl h. ML-xsox, - - K. I. BAILEY, Cahir et" Kxcbanc and lrpo.it llanlt. Late of I MuniMn k S-yraou ir. MUNON & BAILEY, Heal Estate Insurance Ivnoxville, rX nn. J OfSce in Exchange and Brposil Dank Bcildin?, Gay street. E."rTGRIFFITH, ATTOKXKY AT LAW, ajb COLLECTIXO AGENT. fKIlce iimlor Kp-n' Photoer:iili Onllery, in th...

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. — 6 October 1870

II r '' - ' 1 r e ii f -: . -1 i PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C WHEELER A Tir. ITC. S. MAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1870. 1 ATTEVTION! Reduced Rates fr the Campaign. We have concluded to furnish the TtERAtlV Sj-TRlBCNE to subscribers from this date until after the election for Con gressmen"" next Fall at ' the T following Reduced Kates: . J ; ' Single subscribers. .....80 50 - Any person finding a club of Ten snb vcribers at FIFTY CENTS each, will re ceive a opy free. . . Now Is'the time to get a First Class Newspaper for the campaign. Send in ronr club- t onceVacompnnled by the cash. Address. -r r.tt: t: " , "WHEELER & MAIIONEY, ., " Herald and Tribune Office, -i.-. . Jonesborough. Tenn ., THE CAMPAIGtf. The Morristown Gazette in its last is sue states that we failed to holet the name pf Hon. R. R. Butler to our mast head, and infers from that fact that we will not support him for Congress. Had the Ga zette paid any attention to our manner of conducting a newspaper, it cou...

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. — 6 October 1870

J 1 1 HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR 'ADVERTISING. -Square one Insertion,.'. .....1 00 " Each subsequent insertion.... -75 Three Months, 5 00 Six 8 00 1 ' "One Year.. 12 00 i Column One Year . 25 00 40 00 1 - 44 7", 00 I 44 " I40 00 ' Aj,g advertisements due. when inserted, nnless upon special agreement. Where the number of Insertion Is not marked, advertisements will be inserted "til for bid." and charged accordingly. - For the announcement of candidates for State Offices, 810; County, $-"5; Municipal, 83, invariably- in advance. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1870. The Mite Society will meet next Tuesday evening at Mr. L. W. Keen's. .. Iinportnnt to Lawyer. The opinions of the Judges of the Su preme Court of Tennessee, now in session in Knoxville, will be published in full, from day to day, in the ; Knoxville paily Press and Herald. The Press and Herald will be mailed to subscribers in any portion of the State, from now to January 1st, 1870, for $2 00, or 73centa per month, prepaid. . RAM AG...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 October 1870

1 1 1 I. ' 4 ! r S ; i 3 -1 1 " r- l 1 .-: v jV Jif h fc i! I" r .Mill 1! v 4. V I - 1 i Y V V j . i ' Speaking of seed wheat, the Athens Post, of the 23d, ajs : Last year Mr. Greeubery Cate, one of the test and most successful farmers of the fertile Mouse .Creefe Valley, in McMinn county, gather ed fifty-six and three-fourths jounda of , wheat from one pound sown the previous year. Of this be sowed fifty pounds, and the yield U twenty-Mix bushels and a frac tion over. The grain U largo and full, and is the variety known as the Tappa liauock. Mr. Cate thinks the Tappahao ock well adapted for this soil and climate. ' flow t Select Seed-Wheat. The Middjan Farmer of Detroit con tains the following orthodox suggestions in regard to selecting seed wheat for the pur pose of commencing an improvement in the seed : "In selecting wheat for seed, the pro cess should be begun by choosing out of every sheaf only the choicest,' best formed Leads. The qualities of the varieties or points" as we w...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 October 1870

' " - " " 'T " i I , .l i' .... . J f 'IT T "r rrr ( v . - rai , - '- " ,D;-- -,. - ....... . . .. . . . . Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will 'secure Happiness to the People. i VOL. II; JONESBOltOUGU, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1870. NO. ,7. .'I ,.4 : j r. ? i '. 4 . i 1 KcraW and nhuic. PCBLISIIKD EVEHY THURSDAY, BY Dn. C. WI1EELER& - i jr. in. s. MAiiom. TERMS: C2 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAL. " THOS.VH. REEVES, I,' JO!SKSBOIfO TEX.V, WIIX attend to matters connected with the purchase of Keal Estate, Settling Estate, Collecting Debt?, &e. Ofllce Up-Stairft, oyer Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's Shop, f . 70au25yl 8. ML'XSOX, " Iateof. - E. P. BAILEY, Canhif r of Exchaoee and . leposit Uitnk. .1 Slunton k Seymour MUNON & BAILEY, Real Estate Insurance iA.g. Claim genb, Kn xville, rJ0 nil'. Office in Exchange and Deposit Bank . . Building, Gay street. e. n. Griffith; ATTOHNEY AT LAW, axd COLLECrTINO AO EXT. Office nndrr Keen' Photo(trah Oallery,...

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. — 13 October 1870

... . - ... . . t f . & ' ' ' f ... . - -i v - - . - . , . , . " - . 4l r "I EAST TENNESSEE SCHOOLS. i: s J I w it i t V t ; i i : r ' "' . fx '.i V I': f ! t PTTBLISIIKD EVF.HY THUnSDAV BY. Dr. C. WHEELER nr. 1TC. S. ITIAIIONEY. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1870. ATTEXTIOX! Reduced Rates fr tlie Campaign.' We have concluded to furuih the Herald & Tribune to subscribers from thhf d&feiintil nftcr the election for Con- 'grrssnien next Fall at the following KEDTTCKI RATESf : - rr- Single BubscTibers.......V.r..".;.$0 50 ...... Any person sending a club of Ten nib- "tcribcra at FIFTY CENTS each, will re ceive a copy free. v Now is the time to get a First Ciass Aewjnapcr for the campaign. Menu In your clubs at once, accompanied by the each. . .Andres WHEP:i,EB&MAHONEY,. ' f Herald and Tribune Ofliee, Jonesborough, Tenn PUDUC SPEAKING. General John C. Brown and lion. W. II. Wisner. candidates for Governor. weVe with us and addressed a very respectable crowd of our citizens in th...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 October 1870

1 i Si 0 ) 4 ; HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TEIILIS TOR ADVERTISING. Square one. insertion. , . . "' Each subsequent Insertion.", -14 Three Months, , "Sis " , ..1 (V) --73 I 5 (x) "12'0" .. .I ' 1 "One Year J- Column One Year tt it ..40 0! ...75 00 ..140 00 ;vuii a,'if niiiifius uue wnen liiserreu. t , l . 1 V . . iiii1m mum Mwtal n-rroi-monf. HnrH the number of in.-rtioiis is not" marked, ''advertisement.) will he inserted ''til for- bid." ami charged accordingly. " For the announcement ot candidates for State Oflhw.flO;-County; $3; Municipal, invariant in advance. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1870. The Mite Society will meet next'fuesday evening at Col. G. Edgar Grishani's '. . Important t Lawyers. The opinions of the Judges of the Su preme Court ot lennessee. now in session in Knoxville, will be published in full, from day to day;, in the Knoxville Daily 1'kess axd Herald. The Press and Herald will be mailed to subscribers in ony portion of the State, from now to January 1st, 1870 for 2 00, or 7...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 October 1870

Sent Ylieut. m wyj luc iuuuh iug irvul 1 utj AynCU- burg Virginian: . Select the wheat that baa made the best .growth, and from that portion of the field that has ripened first and filled best. Keep . the selected wheat by itself, and take none bat the best the windmill will clean. Sow the largest and best grain. To every ten . bushels poor on six gallons of wash, made of Ije run from the anh-hoppr. Slack as much lime with thin lyeaa will leave it in a liquid state ; use nearly one gallon per bushel ; if wet, keep stirring the wheat un til perfectly dry. This is the best mix ture to prevent smut, and to give strength to the straw. ? Planting: Wheat. . . On putting the seed in well, there' is c Known to be a difference of several bmsh elsjto the acre. -Jk. correspondent "of the ; Country Gentleman says in England, where (l,e yield is from ten to twenty brAi ela per acre more than here, the wheat is drilled immediately after rain, and if the . Boil packs down firm and a "dry settling"...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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