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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 September 1871

X V -4 - . W . PROFESSION Al JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATTORNEY AT LAW, AND (Collcdiwg JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the 'Collection of Claims. 70nov3-m JAMES G. DEADERICK. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JttNKSliOKO, TENNESSEE. Office second dr "cst tof 1ost 0ffice 71mar23 4k . i.i. K. Jj. HL.AIR. M'LII & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ASD COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBORO', TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to-iis throughout the counties comprising Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70oc13-ly THOS. H. REEVES, ttomru at 2aiv, JOXESHORO', TEX (j Vfll.lj attend to matters connected with the purchase of Iteal Estate, Settling Estates, Collecting Debts, Ac. Office Up-Stalrs, over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's Shop. 7ang2.yl E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, asd rol.LKOTINO AOKNT OfllcBuniler Krn'm Vhotograiih Oollery, In the KoomR of thH Assistant ACMtfsor, Jonesborotiffh, Tennessee. WI KiTR x'inl aih'ntton to the collection of -C...

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. — 7 September 1871

) i - ' PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY CTllIEELER ft M. S. JTCAIIONEY THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1871. ' THE NATIONAL. FINANCES. The successful management of our fi nancial concerns . reflects the brightest linnnr nrinn the Adminsstration of . I'rcsi dent Grant, and, especially does it evince the shrewdness, integrity, and the financial drill of Mr. -Boutwell, ; the Secretary of t)i Tron'rv Thft" T,rent arc. in no tha Treasury. The urescnt cjrc, ia government under the sun, has furnished his.equal in genius and capabilities as a national financier. Under his sagacious pupcrvhiion, over two,. Hundred 3Iillions of the public Debt has been paid. Every cent of receipts, after the current expen ses of the government are discharged, is applied .to the liquidation of the National indebtedness. Our Debt is enormous, it must be conceded, and - appears appaling without considering our rich means and resources for discharging it, but it sinks into insignificance and we think lightly of the possible b...

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. — 7 September 1871

t r t i M t AND TRIBUNE. TIIUftSlVAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1871. T ntribntrs. . AVc arc constrained to request our con tributors to eotfdenee their articles as irmc U as possiblfc. A long communica tion ever so well written, and interest ing U the writer, is seldom read. The nresure of matter upon our columns, whose publication cannot be delayed, ren der this request necessary. Contribu tioii calculated to promote the growth, ' intelligence ami prosperity of the coun try desired. ' : Oar After this date, all advertisements Inserted in the Local columns of. the llEKAi.n and Tribune, will he charged ten Mnt per line; where the number of insertion in not marked, they will be imhlWtifd one month, and charged ac iordiiiRlv. All other advertisements not marked, Vill he published Hd forbid and our regtdar rates charged. 71ang.ltf seen WHEAT. The genuine Taitaiiannock, of the Lest qality. $2 00 per bushel, for Bale tj Mahoney a Shipley, i.t7ml . , ... ' Ciirrkn Hitters. The Messrs. McCInng & Ue...

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. — 7 September 1871

Miscellaneous. tvpravement f Live Stock. Inferior stock should begot rid of m soon M possible. It is.a very erroneous prac tice to .waste provender on stock which will make no adequate return for the out lay. Xld horses, cows and sheep, are Yery tonproutable stock ; the former are not rigorous enough to perform the labors of the farm, when the most needed. Old milch cows are not fit for dairy porposes, and old breeding ewes produce small, week lambs and very light fleeces. The im provement of bis stock should be the con stant aim of the farmer. This may be dene by selecting the best breeding animals ' that can be obtained. No money is more judiciously expended than that which goes to procure the services of a first rate stal lion, bull, bucx or boar. In order to pro dace superior stock, the breeding animals, male or female, must be of the best quali ty and they and their progeny must have abundance of good provender at all sea sons. Young stock of all kinds arc some tunes Injured fo...

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. — 14 September 1871

L .i ' i ? 'i i r ft m r w oJ, , . ; PROFESSIONAE. .1 I 1 " ."' JOHN ALLISON, JE., ATTGRNEY AT LAW; - AND : 1?" tfMlccthw ' JONESBOROUGn, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. " 70nov3-m6 TaMW ft. DEADEBICK. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOXESBOBO, TEXXESSEE. 'Office ccnd door West of Tost Office. 71mar23 . J. B. M'LIN- B. Li. BLAIR. WLIN & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND ; , COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business ' entrusted to us throughout the counties comprising tpper r,at icimehwe. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octi3-iy THOS. H. REEVES, SUtfltunr at 23 aw, JOXESBORO', TEXX-, TTTT-T. attend to matters connected with the purchase of Ileal Estate, Settling Estates, Collecting Iebt?, &e. Oilier Un-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's Shop. 70aug2yl E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, aj COLLECTING AGENT Office under Km'i Photograph Gallery, in the Jiooms or the AuMsl.mi. Aswnsor. Jonesborongrh, Te...

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. — 14 September 1871

EScraffll and Ssihtw ; PUBLISHED EVEBY TOTTRSDAT BT THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 187! catjfoiixia. The elections of August and the pres ent month demonstrate the fact, that in stead of the Republican party being in a state of decay, it is rapidly increasing in numerical strenght. The territory of Montana, rising from the rude wilderness into a populous and flourishing country under the magic influence of Republican in glad paeans by North Carolina, Con necticut and Kentucky, and now Califor nia rears her overshadowing form from the waves of the Pacific and assures the am bitious aspirant for Statehood that 6he has indissqlubly linked her destiny with the loyal States of the Union. She has em phasized this pledge with a majority of from four to six thousand votes. The recent elections throughout the country will hare a decided effect upon those immediately pending and will, more or less, determine the Presidential contest hopes brighter, its ranks firmer, braver and more determined. Shoul...

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. — 14 September 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1871. After this date, all advertisements . . . a - T M1aimnfl AT fnA Inserted in me lvcm . lIAli AND Tbibcne, 11 be charged TEN cents per line; ncre i of insertion is not msmcu, h.j i.kj mnnth. nd cnarrrea be ac- cordinely. All other advertisements not marked will be published 'tU forbid, and our tygular rates cnargeu. Enreka Bitter. The Messrs. McClun B"rton mi - m.nnf!irtur.nir these. , of net- iVcelebrVted Kilters from Pure Bon rbon ly celeoraiea ; 7n anvthinir AVhlskv. 1 liev arc nuj" - . " 'r.nt,.Mi and ill) a impfe Tonic may be ..ed with preat bene pinipic - Cll(rill -,,h debihtv itv. tiie T.lver. i ry ui . . . voa Sold by Lrurgrist8 hi . will ll14' uo generally. Personal. Miss Ella Meek, a little daughter ef C. XV MpV. Kj.. of this place, has given correct answers to all the Enigmas that have appeared in this paper lor several weeks. M. J. Hughes, Esq, is what might be called a live, energetic, numerous news paper man. He is editor...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 September 1871

MISCELLANEOUS." '" . ; Ilrawn Bread. : Prepare the meal like the Graham : aft,, but turn back thefbran and use it. Two and a half ounces of Indian "meal, one and. half of rye botIa measured af ier being fifted balf a cup - of "molaaees, one cup of thick sour milk, two raps sweet milk." one tcaspoonful cf soda. A cup of Fwoct milk and two teaspoon fuld of cream of tarter caa be used in.tead of tbe sour .'milk, with equal success.: Four, this, bat " ter iflto a three-pint pail, or anj vessel of about that size which can be covered tightly.- Place it into a kettle containing boiling water enough to come half-waj . up the sides of the pail. Cover the ket- tie and keep it boiling three hours and a ' half."' Set the Thread in the oven' fifteen minutes, to dry off.'Water muet be kept - boiling with which to fill up the kettle as ' it boil away. It must be watched close . ly, but when it is done the cook will be repaid for her trouble. Cut the slices 'round the lea and if you have a healthy...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 September 1871

"professional. , i T JOHN ALLISON, JE., Attorney at law, sonctfi7 htni JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the XJollection of Claims. J 70nov3-m6 ' " ""JAMES G. DEAD-RICK. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, Office d door West of post e' 1 71mar23 K. I. BLAIR. a. B. M'UX. 3TLIN & BLAIE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AXI COLLECTING ' AGENTS, JONESBOBO', TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business vntrwfd to us throughout the counties ccinprising Upper East Tennfwe. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octi3-iy thosTh. reeves, .attornrn-at ;nr, JOXESBOKO TEXX 'TVIIX attend to matter eonnected with tin- v,,r''hH"' r,f ,:1 Ktslt'' s,,ttUng Estates. Collecting Debts, &C. tSJBce Up-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil- Ter Smith's Shop. 70au2.'jl E. N. GRIFFITH, JLTTOENET AT LAS', o COLLECTING AGENT. jfl!ce amUr Kt' Photograph Oallery, in the Kuoma of tim Aitunt AwMor, JonesborougL, Tennessee. WILL lwl-Jl uiPMitioii to the collection of CUim nKuinst the Oovt rntunl. 70jit6tf 3. J...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 September 1871

V tcraltt .and tSribntu. PUBLISIirX) KVERY THURSDAY BY C WIIEEM2R JH. S. 1WAIIOXEY THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1871. we are not surprised to see national influ ences guiding the action of the Maryland Jlepuhiican Convention." and tbat "it would liave done better if it had left the nomination of the next republican candi date for President to some of the States who have had some hand in electing the pres- Cunty Sunday School Conrrn - Hew XTK. t tion. - New York. Sept. 18. Comptroller pers0na beinff indebted to I. Siesfeld, At a meeting of Sunday StkK)l Work-' Connelly having appointed a deputy to or Siesfeid & Mayer, will please come or ue county, neia m me wan nous confitrui a-ction BS a virtual resigaa. - . fce . " We wili t ers take on May Cth, 1871. arrangements were t;on appoints General McClellan, Comp- J produce, Horses, etc, in liquidation a' money, THE LATE JOHN ROBERTS. The deceased, one of the proprietors of the Nashville Banner, was one of the old est, and roost accomplis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 September 1871

fgjS5TNP'TiELli3UNE. EDUCATIONAL. I "W"-A THURSDAY, SE1T-EMBER 21. 1871. ft f':T VuU t U nt an.'l Mrs. Henry Lyle fnUnfv from ."Ohio. Th happy party rrcentH lroiu tt uristol . All went on . rieketsapplv to Cant, wanting 'on j , ,s Joneshoro. le '""iSncipal points West h4 tlif m for all tin PIH scpt21tf and Soutlu . . . . " : . Tirr BY PBOP. HENDEBSOX PRESXELI.. T-v...-. I- within .TPrv mnn a dlVlne ideal, the trrw aftpr which he wu created, the rerro of a perfect person, and it la the office of education to favor and direct these enm. " Kakt. NOTICE ,T . i-iw.l.lers of the doi.esuoru auu I HC 1,1CT . T, ;ni.ikc Hoad will meet Ready Creek l 0 tthorartH 'r the1 transaction of day vt.,,, :. ..""; A full attendancc Dpor"" ,. desired. .j (jj.nAM, President. Foptilwl IT t "W5IO? I - FOE' TH yral Notices. (),. the lt "';'y in Yc!"b7ncxt: j j, Mann, will preach the funeral If lieVrge' IK Hale, at Lis grave near Buf falo Ki!fc'c- '-- c are requested to say that Rev. Mr. TTvder rill preach th...

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. — 21 September 1871

Miscellaneous. Pllxcrt Iiitban2ry. A planter or a farmer should not de pend on any one particular crop, tut cul tivate such a rotation as his land 13 best ndapted to especially such as is wanted to be consumed on the place. He should cultivate largely such ns will pay best, but not coafine his operations entirely to these, for if they should fail he has noth ing to fall back on to subsist bis family and stock. To be self-reliant, . home subsistance should be the first consideration, and then such as Trill find the readiest market at the highest cash prices. Farming is considered the most inde pendent occupation in the world. Why? JJecause a man can grow his own meat, bread, butter, fruits, vegetables, and ma terials to make his own clothing ; but if be omits to do this, and grows only one crop fpr market, be is just as dependent on other people, and as likely to be im posed on by high prices and damaged ma terial. Now, brother farmers, as all we can get in this world is our living, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 September 1871

4 . 1 j; PROFESSIOHAI- . JOHN" ALLISOIT, JR.. ATTORNEY AT LAW, JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the ,K0 PCoUection of Claims. - 70nov3-m6 Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOXESBOBO, TENNESSEE. Office ecD(i door est of Post ffice , 7lmr23 , JVlrJfr B. L. BLAIR. : jl'LIN & BLAIR, ji TTORNEYS AT LA W, : , Awn ' " COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBOBO'. TENNESSEE. ' Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to us throughout the counties comprising Upper East Tennessee. . OFFICE tinder Keen's Gallery. . 70octl3-ly THOS H. REEVES, Jltfcmuu at sganr, . ; JONESBORO TEXMn WILL attend to matters connected with ;s the purchase of Ileal Estate, Settling Estates, Collecting Debts, &c. Office Up-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil , Ver Smith's Shop. 70aug2oyl . E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, aid COLLECTING AGENT Office under Keen's Photorraph OalWv, la the Room of the Assistant Aiwwwr, Jonesborough, Tennessee. WILL fire sjweial attention to the collection of Claims ai...

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. — 28 September 1871

ill i It? ; ' ft if i! i si- I Hi) $RtxM and vilmuc ',f All .3TPUBUSlIEDTiVEUY THURSDAY BY C. WHEELER A ITT. s. WAIIOXEYi THURSDAY, SE1TKM1JEK 281871. QUO WARRAXTO" XEWS. The Qab W arranto, is rather on ugly -ancltserious affair in' Virginia. The late, Sheriff of Bedford County held an office before the. war, accepted another during Confederate times, and since '-was made a rh3ch.l?heriffv i lie was recently Quo War ranted -and fried before the United States . -Court at "Lynchburg. He was removed froni "office, taxed with the costs, heavily ; ''fiheatf! "required to give bail on a laree peace-boncl. ' - : .- KU KLVX . TRIALS. Although moving with a slow pace in North Carolina; justice peems near 'the fafrattainment 'of its ends. The - indica tions are cheering to the good citizens of jjhat Slate that the . Ku Klux 'disorders, prevailing in their midst, will soon . be (Apppressei byjtho .dire vengeance of the ilav; iTen of the defqicradoca have been tried, convicted, and sentenced in...

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. — 28 September 1871

"0 r I i AMD TRIBTTME. married . ... ti.. ears, last Tuesday, At iMs."afe'" "in Hurry Lyle, Emi- r . i UrdJhnrv liTM 0- Tborals within ery rnan a di Aoe idea)?: the type nfter which be wa Teawu, n Krriiivi & iwricci person, ana im ibb vtii- ... . to favor and direct thM aenna- "-Kill. rait Vc .Mo ne hapm party ! -..fit on a l?ri,ul?,"k,.t.i.ul3' to Cant. lie I ....tin rjiuirrani - , r!.boro .1,. Washing iio , - ints W,6t 'l,atnemforaUtnei,rUM- sept21tf On the HJf rrcach the' funeral BcV: J- CtbU grave near liuf of tleorge J)-1 f4l ,,,0.10,1 to say that Rev. Mr. nvJer M V arC,,crokeecimrch on -rrcution of II. came too late for this iue. Also me advertisement, Jbirh illarrr in time next week. Personal., , " r Hoir. fi E. Gillnwnters,l)f tbwJudi ,11 Circuit, is the presiding Judge of the vlxville Criminal Court uow in nsssum. t i. IT Reynolds. Secretary of the Rr.llev Couuty Agricultural and 'Me- r.li.nentarv ticket to their l air. i,ich iin on the 3d of October and -1,,sps the Cth...

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. — 28 September 1871

It- MPs. V"i WMMji Ull i J It ''.'' TJ J' I ' t r. It if' iiif II Is u (.5 1 ! 1 1 1 1! n .1 . . - : m - - . r t ssss- -saw am n m a. sbbi sbbi sv. j . .Miscellaneous. jlave the Corn Fdder. . Wa "are of lhe opinion,, saya the . Ger- tnaotown 'Telegraph, that there is not the attention paid to the curing and saving of corn odder, that ita valos demands. Erer good farmer most know that cattle eaV it greedily through the winter and if cu( and steamed it is aa good for them as 4he Vest hay, and really more milk-producing. ,.; here is the necessity of allowbg it to remain in shocks until the middle or end jof November? . Corn should not be cut ;4owc until the stalks are dying, and the ..grain is pretty hard, and then it should remain no longer in the field than is abso lutely necessary for the prying of the 'grain. - It should be husked as early as 'possible, and the fodder tied up in bun- dies,. and either carefully stacked near the cattle stables or put under shelter in -sheds: -:!- ' ...

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. — 5 October 1871

JOHN ALTISON, jr. AXF. A. TAYLOR. ALLISON & TALiYOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW CoUcctiug D Agents, JOXESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. "Prnmryt attention given to the ProinPCoUection of Claims. 70nov3-ni0 -jesgTdeaderick. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JO.rSOBO, TEX.XESSEE. Office con'i oor 'cst ost Office- 7 1 mar:?" rM " R. L. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, A TTORNE YS AT LA JV, AND COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBORO', TENNESSEE. PBOMl'T attention given to all business entrusted to us througltout the counties 'comprising Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octl3-ly THOS. H. REEVES, jUtornrs at Wm JOESIIORO, TE..., WILL attend to matters connected with the purchase of Heal Estate, .Settling Estate;!, Collecting Debt", &c. Olllce Up-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil yvr Smith's Shop. 70aiig-2.yl E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAV, J COLLECTING AGENT. Omun.!. r K'H P.iotocr:ili OalWy, la tba Konmn or tlm Aiaistiint Aesti-nor, Jonesborongli, Tennessee. WILL Klv niH-rial aifntinn to the c...

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. — 5 October 1871

9 -: III j i ; f i M F t .; I . . I : I t;i i I; ill 1 h ft i I 'i ; ft"' I j I " I i 5- tcrnld anfl ritaine. Co PUBLISHED EVEEV THUESDAY BY C WHEELER A M. S. WAIIOXEV THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1871. SPEECH OF SENATOR SCIIURZ. In response to an invitation of the most prominent citizens of Nashville, Senator ikhurz, of Missouri, recently made an elaborate and able speech in that city, on the political situation. The character of the ppeater, ' his past and present party identifications and the political complexion of his audience and the high respect and dignified bearing with which his opinioLS were received, present an anomaly which cheers the heart of the patriot with a bright omen of returning peace and fra ternity. Himself a devoted Republican and a conspicuous General in the Federal Army, whilst nine-tenths of his vast au dience were participants in the rebellion and mourner over its defeat, he made no concessions or concealment of his princi ples and plainly and fully recounted the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 October 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THURSDAY. OCTOfcER 5, 1871. W offer a New Stock of Carpets, Do- tneties, Abacas, Dressgoods of all kinds, gboes Notions cbeap for cash. Call and examine. Respectfully. . ' J. B. & J. RHEA, Coffin Block. Cay Street. Knoxville, oct5713w. Tennessee. t- nr;ii or I9 -till before the public, with a splen ,!S ncrea?d Mock of Hoots and Shoes did and increases nma7;ntrv f prv irnde anu ov cheap for cash. oct"71tf. jjevr Advertisements. Several legal notices from Carter Coun tj.'and ..neCfrom this county appear in oar columns to-daj. Uc Taylor & Co.. Lynchburg, Va., V-ine determined to discontinue the sale of Liquors, offer to the trade a large stock of L'wi'WM at and below cost. These gen tlemen need no ooindation at our bands. Send your orders to this house, vertiscmcnt next week. Special attention U directed to the law card of Messrs. Allifon and Taylor. Tbey xre young lawyers of fine ability, faithful and efficient ia.thc performance of their erupts. ! Special ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 October 1871

MoaL,TSL,ANEOUS: . .1 ' ' ' T ; ' H Storing Potatoes. As the time has arrived for potatoes to be harvested, I wish to say to those who have them to harvest, to put them in bar rels as the best mode of disposing of them. There are those who have tried this for Years, and cannot be perraadcd to keep their potatoes in any other way. Dig and 'expose to the air until dry ; then put tip as directed, taking the barrels to the field. ' Storo in the cellar any part most convenient. The advantage is that the air is not exposed as with open bins, which often vitiate it and always leave a potato odor.' You have nothing of this. Another advantage : you can put where most con venient and more at pleasure with little difficulty, and you may place tier upon tier of barrels till up to the floor. When it is wished to use any, a barrel is opened and "used, and so on with the rest, leaving 119 dirt, the ground remaining in tbe barrel.- Or if it is wished to sell . they are already put up. Any barrel wi...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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