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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 23 August 1877

$"Ms f eralb, MIUIUID r W. 8. TIPTON & CO., XVBhV TUUUD1T MOHN1.NU. 1 1 ) N S : Om copy oae year one copy in months Out copy three iiiodiui.. lUugle Coetta HO 1 us iprnenre baa taught ut nut lo prtut a iKKBpaptir on credit. RATES OF ADVERTISING. mS 1 1 ni. 1 1 m. 1 1 m. I ( 1 1 r in., u w 1 1 mt vol Ml it ou - . .I UJ M Ml 1ft In t IlK III". I ill' I.' - I I IM llf. t III. I . II i.l riiHni.il . Om I'.iiumn. . 4 In j M IN i M Ik IN 1 00 t 10 ll) OS I Ml It OB III M 10 OU l 0 tS 141 to mi Ml 00 40 00 16 00' It IU 11 OU ;- ... r. tu ot, 10 (l 4UUU, to Ul to l 100 UO VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENN., AUGUST 23, 1877. NO. 32, JlarriiKea ii J olttiiarr notice over olo quart, ilu-si foi it half regular raW-a. All local notice 10 ciuU a lino fur tb imertiuu. No notice i. .iii I fur Iom than fi fly A BONO FOR THE GIRL I LOVL A aoug fur the girl I love God lore ber ' A o tig fur tbe eye of tender ihitia. And tbe fragrant mouth tl.nl melu ou mine, The obimmer treeae uiicoulroird That rlmp ber ne...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 23 August 1877

W. L. SJn vitr's .cheap sm Tilt: BAITERS WAR. London. Ans, SO. The Time. A Iti-putiiulloiilKt. IiKBE is hoinotliinir from the Ibac tie following dispatch train Rielunood Enqnier for tin Re- Hhantlt. dated AoCUhI iKlh: 'Mil' i.nili.itionisl in TnnMiMki. ( fl fl f ! U"('tl" ' wiieiman nuha with peclally our late block-head La U a U a A MeJwnwt may be regarded stature to read: "Father, a a beyond doubt Tin- News cor you a repudiationistr1 "Yea, n tre in - i ( iKiiiili-n i .,i , 11,11 n ii.L.iri-..t,ii ..VIM. .. : .. Ti. .... . v - . . - - ... iviiiMim , mi, 11 iiiii in it 1 1' iu 1 hi uwii - fXrZStTZi rShJS tfaj it is eapeetad both the Ruard btr "One who dee. no want ... -'irnniiimll iiiimi by mIUm .... lfdier corpi will he in payibe state debt. "How did &H.1U' t one mho u upruiiiR .ki.di.i : Hnlina by the Brat week in the State aet into debt, fatherf' iteafcaf BOOTS ud SHOR8, aMlmcii ! Sept iiiUt. '1 ho stall- li. ro cal uBv borrowing monev mvcliild" " .. " i .. . iiil.lic l J I :...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 23 August 1877

'II... 11'.. .1.1.. . . asic m'Cki.v ii ci .iiu. Tlu (Jai.k Pu.w driv. H two otb.r out of Hi fidd thin wis k and the f;mmm l.uv it. Name can ! fuiui.lusl if diairod. For wile ly StlKOIMNK .1 loMMWIt All kind ami .o of Metallic GoftridM at m IVmIoAm liook Btore, to lie soll at ImMori prices. Special .utlcet I have reduced the price of bran to Mffrntv-fm rvnta jht hundred (muii'ls. Now j the tiuie to Bto. k up for Fall ami Winter uw. Flour from Aim to three dollar and fifty cent iter hundred. Order for Flour and Jirau must In? accompanied by the ca-sh. V. 0. Mansfield, Proprietor Steam Mills. H lo-tf. vnmi:i) ! A lare pale --.tcllow, dun looking, white faced Stivr, with a liell on. Ar.v onu MiwilllO the ulcer Khali be naid well for hid trouble. JaJUS N. Lke. NVl.cn the Grata Flow enters the field the ltoy wilt they take hard ground 80 well. LOCAL. Waktku. -Somebody to keep ho tel i.i UUnrjUa 1 tlrit U not afraid of beittg overran with custom, so thev will advertise. The merchant that ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 23 August 1877

liiHHI 1.TIK1I.. Rotation ik Cboi-s. A few years ago it wm thought impossible to carry on a f arm property without giving each fleltl u cerUlu period of rest or "fallow," In order to enable it to recuperate In some unknown aud unexplained way. Sine tlitin farmers have discovered that the true rest of the soil Is a change In 1U prod ucta, and that by a proper system of rotation in crops this period of rest is a needless waste of time and money. After a plot of grouud has produced com until it will no longer yield remu nerative crops, It will produce good WOU ' root. After roots have been grown for several years com may again M growu successfully. Decandolle ac counted for this by a theory that plants excreted certain substances by their roots, which, by its annual accumula tion, poisoned the soil for the same crop but rendered it better fitted for some other crop. This theory has not to any extent been accepted, it now being clulmed that certain crops exhaust the supply of a certain ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 23 August 1877

1 SUPPLEMENT. SPEECH BT SECRETARY SFIERMAN, DKUVF.RKD III MANSFIELD, OHIO. FRIDAY EYKMSU, AUGUST 17, 1877. pi m Follow OniOH Lamm and Oestlijiik-Iq reeponie io roar Invitation I im here to night to Mote lo you uiy views of what baa tbu far been 4Uoe bjr Mi preMiit Administration In lU coniiact of puhltc affair. In doing so I wlb It dldlnolly oderUood Mint I (petit for niyiolf done, a a clt leu of Oblo, to you, ni) fellow-elUzen and my MgMWIy to w i .ii. I am under the blgbesi obll gallons of gratitude and duty. tiik mnn Antbont-d mi to tar ol tiling, -d one thing on. j . for i in. and in bn name, and tbat la that all reports mat Impute to bun any participation whatever In tbe nomination of candidate on your Btate liokcl, or any dealre or purpose to Influenoe to an 7 way tbe Senatorial eonteat to Oblo. are utterly groundless. These arc your matters, and I can assure ynu for bun, Unit be baa not and will not lnterpote In any aucb c ntr-t tu t v. ecu political friends. for all else I a...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 23 August 1877

SUPPLEMENT. v i .IlJOti Hi WhJH'i' 1 Deli-sred at BeUcwntalne, Thursday Sverung, August 16. BlLtJtmKTMICE. Oh AllfUSl 1 -Judge Wl bBS )ul eloaod a brilliant speech at the opening of tbe Republican compeigii Bioetiug. It waa a man nlflccnt oration, and one of the flnoat audiences tliat ever greeted auy speaker id this city tilled the laige Cuii-nanu tlU scores bad to bring seals from entsido und a large number bad to Hand through out (be entire spetch Attention waa eloee and earnest tbrnnghont. and tbe audience lingered In their scats aa II lotb 10 dpart after tbe Judge had concluded his icmarks Fromlnenl oil laeoa ware bar bbi only from all paru ol our own county, bat f n tu ell neifhliorlrg oo'iutles. and Piqu . (Idncy. Urhaaa and Marvsvtlie were all repre aeuted. Judge Lawrence in chosen Chairman of the meeting, and introduced Judge West witb few timely wordi. Colon) I Henry Wilson, of Cldrey, ITntj. Grifuih KIIU, of Urbsna, and Hon. Wlinara Carrey, of I'lqua. were Vice Presidents...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 30 August 1877

V ft $Ho ittulb, rtai.iMiin it W. S. TIPTON & CO., EVEKT THURSDAY MOHNMO. THUMB: one copj om jrr one copy mi month.... One copy three' uajiilliv Sliitpe topie , J liperlenre hu Caught u not to print a newpuer uu credit T VOL. II CLEVELAND, TENN., AUGUST 30, 1877. RATES OF ADVERTISING. VKt i in 1 1 u. 1 1 m. i 6 in. 1 1 year ' teak 1 1 m 1 1 bu $ t uu on n ou 111. U 4 M M 7 0 IK 0 16 (U Hi. lie. lu t 6u ti IfllN UN l MMM T on 1 10 10 00 la to ti ou ft In. I.fA. IN UN UN UN MM llj f i M II tit f I . 11 ( It .1 OS 00 4" 00 I SI On.-column tow MM 40 on! oo m ion o Mamage and obituary notice over ou Qnare, charged for at Lalf regular ratta. All local notice 10 cent a line for each iuaeruuu. . . ) I " I'U'ice insert for lena tban fifty - I ". ).). ) cent. NOON IN THK WOODS. Tin- calmnew of tbia noontide bour, 1 In' ahadow of tbia wood. Tlie fragrance of eacb wi.diug flower, Are marrelonaly good ; O, bere crazed apinta breathe the balm Of nature' solitude. It m a moat deli, ioua c1m Th...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 30 August 1877

4 W. L. S ii a hp's c red to .1 freeman. And yield ingtolii. impudent appeal they I 1 Mllf. J A C H AP CASE If QlE f Pfvjfonf and rasemlitj tli ea My""' laiU ISon tilt country. The : i4.'tT must take eare of I TUB I'll i;l lKM' ami t 4lil- met a l UAWPiumm The liuin.iii iirtilcrolamlhi? i-n ,.. La JMeMi iiuiiovid unti iiii.iiii,ia .,it delay and at ml I '.pcnw l.y eatUfcf nu SH.KI at once lm in oM:l) u ml,.l etotk of liOO'l A ana 8JI0i;S, edpirai in,- MuiV Hr..-,M m fi ii; i.;,o; i ise r.Ti M ni. Al i, "Vrn h lUu-ltx.l lol, Min - i-qltlt; ci will Men' Miiilf" Mrit'fvkir UrnjMii, Mm di.i.ii 1.. . "MrVa Jrraey lu, Mu Mia calf. I .adieu Oil I lout, J.idici KiU fu, i..i.!i - QWri Kid, ijidii h irnwt iiihI i-iilt nc( AUu l!ovi'. MImN ft OWldfNI tlkMS, fart tf OWteadl indirect hum (In- l.iuturv ut WlRoJwriar, .Ya.,aud arc rvlialde ;mmU. A oi J to l hi- i" it enough . j:i:;j-:mbi;u money saved is money made.'1 The Weekly Herald. AUGUST KF,18T7. Uold is worth in New York $1.04 It leeAs to b...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 30 August 1877

'I'l.. II' . ..I. a . . aa IMace to get Hooka. ! AH kinds of Sdno Rouk at The Ottlt- ( 'hillt-a Plow banters all j WW 0:1 draft and to plow hard ground. 8KoPli, Joiixhtq.n & Co. I Win in it that every Uxy buva no Meh MOW Coffe.- and Sugar "from: Cowan A Oiiut tli. u, from anvUdv ' BmiUHe tbey keep a letter ar tint for the Hume iBoiiey. - N lal Police! I hate redue.-d the prieo of Iran to! vrraij.irtoeaii pc bndnd powMk Now in the time to 8to. k up for Fall ninl Winter MS, Flour from three to thnx; dollars ami fifty vnts n?r hundred. Orchis for Flour and liran must be ae ompanied by the ;wh. W. C. Mansfield, Proprietor Stain Mill. 8-lti.tf. LOCAL. A uiateli pime i hasc kill will 1m played next Sutii iv on the grounds of the Plugs, betvsecn the big and lit-tli- bo vii. The city voiingnteiM hod a so"ial hop at the LK'Li 10 Home, hint Mon day night. Mr. W. W. Wool is buildtag a neat residence on LrM Street, which will add considerably to the appear ance of the 1st Ward. Mr. Hlaine w...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 30 August 1877

1. Mavenrr, the (.olden. Mayence, (or Mainz, as it ii the mother tongue), was called the "Kolden," partly for its uetnal wealth tt old, partly for its agricultural and vineyard riches, and partly as the centre of an immense river trade that enriched every city on the Rhine, from Worms to Cologne especially. Here the archhishops reigned paramount sover eigns, and here were fought many hard battles between what called itself the Church and the people. Mayence once cut itself off for several years from all Christian services, and held its spiritual sovereign at bay, though now iU religious spirit is undeniable; but then how much have the representa tives of the Church changed! To-day they arc humble, poor and accessible to all; then they were haughty, warlike, dqpgM ud rich. To-day, they are well nigh persecuted, and the hearts of the people generously turn to them, and if principle and policy can ever be said u go together, It is so In this ca9e. But let the circumstances le reversed;...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 6 September 1877

b eUfi fieralb, rin.iaiin, it W. S. TIPTON & CO., rvr.KT lliUKSliAV MOHNIXO. TBKMtt: ouc copy oae yrtr itae copy ttli moi.tlu,.... lute copy three wuullii. Slils Copies f i . 1 ( tu 06 iptrirnee has uugbl us not to prtut a beitapaper on credit. VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENN., SEPTEMBER , is?7. NO. 36. RATES OF ADVERTISING. lUlfnlar r.ta of id! rtialng. 1 per aquara (lmt iii.trt.un, and SO ctuU each nUfrjiieiil iiuwrtiou. Hi-i.J contractu will I nia Ir for all d -r-tiMiueuU fur four inatrtioua or over. Tranaient adrrrtuwmenU pavabla Ill I.. MimifM and obitnarr notice, or r one aquara, charged for at half regular rata. All local noticea 10 ceuU a 1 he for each m-MM No uotioea I cent. lrtllJ for lees tbau fifty THK EVENING TIME. Together we walked id the evening time. Above u tbe aky - rea I goldeu and clear, And ho bent Inn bead and looked iu my eyea, Aa if be bel 1 me of all mo.t dear. O, it wan aweet iu the eveui'ig time ! An 1 our puthwty went through fleldaof wheat, Narrow tlie pat...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 6 September 1877

W. L. Sharp's CHA7 nn mm The hum. i, mi,, rMan.lii." can now he priatljr mmi and cinlHlliitd it1(,llt delay ud al auiall cxh nac lay calling m HH.ltl' at once ho I- iipciiim; a hidi ndiil . I .1 1 f I . . I 1" . . ...... . u mtvi m tag Biiur.H, eniiimi in;' Mcn'a Hropum at f 1 1 .All, I t;:. A. ".I. Mmi Aii, Um'i li.-t... d i.tn, Jlrn'a cal.lc acaol Mi-iiV cr;f;cd calf " Men 'a calf Hropin, HmH Coal Lag, Mcn'a Jcn-cy th , Men' Mwod calf. J. "In - Oil iSfKii, .rdic Kid lot. Laaiea Garni Kid, Ijidic-. fmnt aii aUc (ace AtaoBgi . Mint- i l'Uil(jiiH-UiKH. Cart ifourai cl .1 dire. turn, lltt UaWai 04 Winchcaler, Va.,aod tirr rclhlduiwod: . A word to the ic iMIMMIftl, ItEMEMtiEU 'MONKY SAVED ia mmnkv made." m The Weekly Herald. 8EPTEHBKR 6, 1877. M a n lioott-" Trlii in h It will be remembered tint the President issued orders to all the Federal office holders to resign their politic! offices. With this Hon. A. BL Cornell, chirinan of the New York Slate Republican com jnittee, reftned to c...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 6 September 1877

The Weekly Herald. A 'mint plow at fat, is our chill tl plow with Mc j,iuu. CoiiH und see them. Kukhvink i Johnston. Kneclal IVollte! I luvr ivduccd the price of bran to Sficutv-tivcccuU jKrhiiMlred ouiiJb. Now is the time to stock up for Fall aud Winter use. Flour from three o three dollaru and fifty lentn JMC hundivd. Orderi for Flour and Ilran munt 1 accouijanied bj the iaab. W. C. Mansfield, Proprietor Statu Mills. 8 IG-lf. LOCAL. J. U A. J. A. .Steed advertise in thin imuc a tract of valuable laud for MM. liead it. This week bdllg court week, there was au uniiHual utgt crowd in tow n. A krcat many attending court, while others came to swaji horses and see sights. John Edmonds was in town Mon day attending court. Wo suspect John belongs to the "Molly Ma guircs." Tlionms' celebrated Hcbool Ink at the pOStofflce, A gentleman from u Mfhborfalg town requests Ui to publish a d lilv pMCX during our Fair . Yes, we will, but please let us know trhon that "Fair" begin. Prof, Blunt in a p...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 6 September 1877

VANITY. The noil ooiutm up am the dim voe down. An 1 lav and ii lit are lli Hime w one ; Tli year gruwntfttfu am the year glow l.rowu Auil what ia it all wlieu all U done I Urania of aumber at allium aud, NuhiiK ml 1 or out of i he liand. An in -ii io down n aliip to the aeaa. And a huinlr.-d ship, are the aame an oue ; And backward an J fornard blow the breeze, And what ia it all wheu all ia djue I A tide with never a ahore in sight Setting aU ajily ou to the U'uUt. The ii dier droppeth hia net iu t'ie tream. And a hundred streauu are theaanie aa oue ; ! And the maiden drraiueth ber love-'it 'renin. Aud what ia it all wheu all ia done ' The tint of the tUher th.- burden breaks. And alnavH the drcamiti' the dreamer wake. In itialing- l.lbrarlra in Japan The i In ulatlng library Is of prehis toric origin among the Japanese people, who long ago devised this means to ob tain a know ledge of this copious litera ture ol their language In a convenient aud economical manner. At present the...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 13 September 1877

rilUlHIU IT W. S. TIPTON & CO., KVKHT TIIL'RSDIT MOHKINO. TKKMS: nn fVifiv nm OM hi x luuhthn On copy throe uiuullu Stifle Copittt t 00 1 00 tu B'Plenee bu uui;bt us not to print a newspaper ou credit. U cjtyii cralil. I EATES OF ADVERTISING. VOL. II. CLEVELAND, TENN., SEPTEMBER 13, 1877. NO. 36. Kefrulu ratra of adri rtiMng, II pr qnar Mni uiarrtiou, an I 60 ceuU each - .1.-.- uenl RpecitJ contract! will l made for mil adter UciiiuijU for four uiaerboua or o,ar. Tranaieut tdTertuicmtiiU a:aja payable quarterly iu hit an ... IIirrikcM ind obituary noti.v, ot-t out quare, charged for at baif regular rata. All local Dotirea 10 rent a I n fnr .... I. .... onion. No uot.c-a inaertoJ for Im. tl.an nfiv I cent ' CHOOSING A NAME. I have got a new-torn stater I waa nigh the first that ktsa'd ber When the numng woman brought her To papa, bia infant daughter, How papa'a dear eyes did gl ateu ' Hhe will hhi.nl be to chriaten ; And apa ban made the offer 1 shall have the naming of ber. Now ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 13 September 1877

1 ' ! mmmm The Weekly Herald. KLTTh.Mlil.R 18, 1-77 Tkc Rllffcrala Etectlpa. Tiik California ok-i-iion ii ooUmt Rapublieiui reljeikai licet nnd sometimes to the atlier, but, finally 1 tun w aside tin -' liii ii Wrulioii, timl, u ymi baw rightly clultH, wmlc out the sltori opinion on trliiek I road in Florida ease duriot tba sitani of 1 the toiMuission. IW fOllllli TUB 4ii 1 tin: i; tv . REPORTED (A IT I UK "V I'LKVNA. Umoon, Sept. io. Tlio Roaaian army threatening I'lvna U about ana hundred thousand strona. "M'llllUII , .. ;,, llrA ,,,.,. I ' , ... L-. i.lnv- . . nun i I o.ilv expre-MM ine nonm i-oiiaiisioii , j , t , artjc.rv H.t.M tl.. wuicn hauamvia.aimwniui, M.(1 ,.,.,., , am i a iuii v "ii in' i mi I'm 'i I I. Ill i li . I. t t I :i Mi itl III I In tlitw.lt hIk'U I'nwident. Tin- Id- pubtisjaBj teye4 M home god only satiTactory solution of tho the Democrats earned the State1 M",'f-1'"1, wnl ' way add ili.it lb byasin.llJuajorilj--telnhrf .rbe wore 1 ve refleeted on I rfnee , ., ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 13 September 1877

The Weekly ImU N T 1 C J' ! LOCA L. OoJdin New Yck in worth ljOt to 11481. The Turkish Minister ut WaaLim;. ton naye Onwui l'.usL.t is neither B.i MaM or Cr.nafonl. Gov. Porter in iuin uroiitnl the circle in the North. Wonder if he think he's a fcj man." Mr. Harry Uriscoin, of the Chatta " Couinicnul, was in the eit v this week in the intereitt of bin ii.ijmt. IMcl, Fourinil. H northeast of thi jilaee, on September 9th, Mis. M.in s. Klorri . wife of Mount Morris, (JO years ol i. Froni the QtatttMOOgSj CtoaMMfeJfJ we notice wheat h:in taken a Sadden rii(. in that city SI. 20 to 1.80 for Lest white. Mr. John DeArniond, of this eity, served in the same regiment with (May Crawford, the Osuian Pi ha, iu the late war. The Chattanooga Dispatch has found out who Osman Paebs is. He was the drum major of the Belshaa r.ur Baud the 4th ot July Last at that burg. A onUad l ad y bought ft watermelon nt Cowan A Guilt's tho Other day and after pftfing f If it, dennnded it "wroppod Bp." It wuzn't. E...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 13 September 1877

t l.li I i 1 1 nil hcoiiia in ftm. fm scour there in little Hut can be done except to let the tljj have plenty of atraw to bury them--lves In, I.e. the pen be well ventl Uteil and let the pig lie :i- quiet a posalble. If the plga eat for thennielvcii give a very small quantity of xuber lu (sulphate of aoda) In their food. I Uol ve aay two tabletpoonfulnof glau oer salt In a pint of water. Of this give half a tablepoonful to each little pig In the food every time you feed ihem. A two uiontba old nig might have a teaspoonful, and the larger the pig the laiger the .1 Give the mother of the little pips that have the scours a plentiful supply of water, with only just enough food In it to Induce her to drink it. Give her a tablespoou lul of the above glauber salt mixture in her food three times a day. Scours are usually preceded by eostlveueM. By close observation you can de tect the trouble in its earliest, stages mid do much toward preventing It. It you have a pig tbat looks "dumpish," ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 20 September 1877

ft "Ui? r i ; To, fib) ismi kr W. S. TIPTON & CO., BVEHT THURSDAY MORNING. One copy oae twit OM couy sli in.. i, iii-, uue copy Uirue mouths Single Cupie U Oil . 1 no Ml Ktpertenrc baa Uat;bt ui not to print a nawapauer uu credlk VOI, II. CLEVELAND, TENN., SEPTEMBEB 20, 1877, No. :J7. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Kegolar rata of adrtrtiaing, tl per aquara flrat inatrt-un aud 60 cent e. !i aubaeoueiit luaortiou. 8iecUI contract will be maJe for all advar haeuienta for four UtatrUoua or over. Transient adTrrtiaemenU alwara payaula quarterly in adranc. Marriage and obitnarr botinea, or, t on axjuara, charged fur at naif regular ralae. All local noticea 10 cent a line for each in- MM No Doticee inserted for lena tlian Ufia oenta. THE FALSE ORACLE. BY MAKY AINOK HE VF.lil- Hlie picked a little daisy flower Willi fringe of anow and heart of gold All pure without, and warm within And atood to have her foitune told. "He lovee me." low ahe musing aa'd. And plucked the Is rder leaf by leaf ; "A ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 20 September 1877

The Weekly Herald. SEPTEMBER 10, 1877, ItnlUllloll RWI Senator fttilMUl, of North Car oliiut, who ha been hen several days, bill DM M interview with tin- I'ustuiabler Weni-'rn! on the sabject of inerMunf i!i mail fa cilitics in North (J.trolina, and haw had iatftftctotj IMOnui res that tlic jxistal regulations in that State wfll be battel pgtilt-tod. LuUst from Ike IimIIumh. A dispatch from tin' BOftt of the Howard war Mtyi Qan, StUfgil re- portal The Nei Percei Banked uh and proceeded down Clark's l'rk; WO followed thcin two day and came upon then on the y I lowstone, about seven miles ho- jpW the mouth of Clark's fork, and fought them nearly all day. We captured several hundred horses and killed a great many Indians. Lost some soldier. The Crows foupht. and captured one hundred and litty horses. The Nea Perces had burned Naea doW'f mill and several ranches. TOE INDIANS. JLivoly Operations ol ttie Wuun Spring Brave Sax Fhavctsco, Sept. 15. A San Diego Press dispatch states that a U...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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