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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 October 1871

ALF. A. TAYLOK. TAIJTOR, awqhnttysatiaw j6ESBOK6ban. Tennessee. . -jiHES G. DEADElUUii. Attorney at Law and - . Solicitor in Chancery, jOfESBOBO, TENNESSEE. Office second door West of Post Office. 71mar23 ' ',,."""" - R. L. BLAIR. FEDS' :& BLA1E, j TTORNETS . ;.4T -Li IT. I j i 1 ,i ) AND , , 1 r; 4 COLLECTING. AGENTS, JONESBOROC ,' TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to as throughout the counties comprising Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octi3-iy ; , : . " ' " THOS. H. BEEVES, '"at giiur, JOXESBOBO, TEX., WIT L. attend to matters connected with tie purehase of Keal Estate, Settling Estates, Collecting Debts, &c. Ofllce-Up-Stairs, over Atkinson's SH YerSmitfrsShop. 70aug2oyl E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTOB.NET AT LAW, A COLLECTING AGENT. Offlc under Kmi'i Photorraph Oallwy, In tbe Koomi of the AuUtsnt Auensor, JonesTDorongh, Tennessee. WILL. irt pcUl HMntion to tbe collection of Claims aK&inst tbe Government. 70jan6tf S. J. KIRKPATRICK...

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. — 12 October 1871

X FTBLISJIKp tVEKV TnilisDAt BT C. WHEELER A SI. S. JIAIIOSEr THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1871. SLAUGHTER OF THE I.WO-' - CEXTS. - - The action of oar present Legislature which jn effecting an organization rejected every candidate' who had tbe least taint of Unjcnifin afcout Lim, has natnrallj enough excited the' indignation of Conservative Unior men throughout the State, who Lave identiEed themselves with the Demo cratic: party; r It was reasonable lLat they thould ex- pecrfeome show' of gratitude" en the part of tLoee fur whom they Lave sacrificed so much eincethe war, and it would have bcei wise policy for the Democratic party to have considered .their claims and al- lowed them al'iveral tLare of the offices in the.ilMf .the 'Legislature. - Cat to their tbame be it spoken they have cast them off like s. 'worn' out garment,-and every Conservative Union candidate in Etead of tbe office he expected, has been welcomed with Uoody hands to a hospi table grave.' . The case is cltar now, so pl...

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. — 12 October 1871

HERALDED TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1871. TERMS FOR JOJVERTISING. 4 Tare Slontlw,., w- m 4 ' .......... . O UO w i- m 1 ' One i far l Column One Year. 1 2 00 40 00 "" 73 00 ." 140 00 i r . A it. adv-rU" lent. Where nnlcss "r.rtio'n. is not . marked, the timber of inwn cd t,m for. v0,rt 'Tih r -cd aeeonJin-ly. b'Kr "he m onneement ot candidates for -tate Oin"s V0i fonnry, ; Municipal. 1. .'....riablr iii advance. in.- - fter this late, a11 advertisements 1 111 the I .OCA I CUIUIII113 v.. ....v- Snt-ertt'' IH " ii... . i. ore the number of ... .r.ika.Tal III'! Jill. " ' thev will be ill- ' fBlnCNK, will fx? charged re the numier oi d. they will bt month, and charged ae- !ier advertisements not ,1 will be published 'til forbid, and IlVrAnr ratcsVhnrged. ... 7U..g31tf 7 "Tf Cntribntr. ; We arc constrained to request our con Wbtitors to condense their articles as mud M PtW- A-lonjc communica te i ever T well, written, and n'teret IS to th- writer, Is seldom read. The All ' alia- s v ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 October 1871

'Miscellaneous. PIEDMONT :& i ARLINGTON! DOLL & CULLEN, M'FE INSURANCE COMPANY. .Agricuimral Alphabet. From the Ohio Farmer. IMPORTERS OK EARTHENWARE, A-pptft trees may.be transplanted tb IS HOME OFFO IE - -' KICH3IONB, V. month, - v B-arns should be pat in rig for winter. C-ora should be cut as Boon as glazed. D-rartf wheat fields thoroughly. EAST TENNESSEE China & Glass. ASSETS, September 10th, 1870, - . -POLI 1ES Issued November 1st, 1870, $2,011,079 70 - - c 4 E-nrich the barren spots of the meadow rs . ; - 13,00 -enca ia bay and grain stacics. G-rain stubble should be plowed und cr 1 '(RKI J i t f.f 1 - i. r . . . ' 1 . ' .... V' . " .";" ;.' i .'.;';.. .". .. - . BOW, ' ' II-orses need a little grain as grass fails I-xnprove fair days cutting up- corn. J-olain the. agricultural exhibitions beio held.-';' " K-eep hogs out of the orchard: L-ainbg will need extra feed while wean t- in r '. M-anure may now be drawn on to mea- j-dows.:. N-bte the product of each field a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 October 1871

.1 j; irooFEssioNAiu o jOH-AtWON,Jr J AJ.F.A .TAYLOR. f ALUSON 1 & r TAIiYOR, TTORNEYSATLAW ' ' .TOXKSBOROUGII, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention ;Mven to ; f1 olle.ctipn of Claims. , t 70aov3-uiC. : '"' the iTjAMES G. DEADERICK. ;toraey; at Law and , i Solicitor in Chancery, .; j6ixsBoiio;'Ti;'?fi.TEss'EE.i OffiCO wconJ -door West of Test Office. J. U. MXI-V.' It, Jj. ItLAIB. 3F.LIN.'.&::BLAIE( ATTORNEYS . X .... l H T t CULLECTING AG ill i.i i .-i . JONESBORO' - .TENNESSEE. I'komit attention given to all business CBtrtwl'to.iu thruuarhontthc counties r,.iiij.rMng Upper E;it Tennessee. . ' OFFICII under' KeenV Gallery. -,vt.fcrv' - ' v :; ' a'HOaHl- REEVES, - fiovnv'u :at pair, TE.VN., WILL htpii'l to matter eoruiected with the-pnrcba-e of Real Estate, .Settling 10-itntes, Collecting I-Hdits, &e. . OIBt Up-Stairs. over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's Shop. 7t)ang2"yl cted with E. N. G-RIFFITH, "aTTUU.NKY AT LAW, isn COLLEOTINfl AfJKTf T. tifllro nn-liT K'-on'B I'lioroirrph fJallfr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 October 1871

... v IK ! 4 -i Lit 'f J j ill r i in ' 5. ' I ... -i ! i i hi 1.11 I! hi I .Mi ,'. f:: I- ' i 'e -. -i. : - ill : o wheeler & mi. s. ihaiioxet THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1871. THE LATE ELECTIONS. i In the times' of Wbipgery and Democ racj, "as Ohio and Penosjlvania go, so ' goes tbe Union"' was aprelty' safe cocjec f tore in .the 'calculation of fh e'PresMeat ial ,'eUancea, v these Statea Lave; rolled ...up magnificent majoritj fur tbo Republican 'tieict.' in : tBeir recent'electfoM held, dur "Ing the fall, in several States have -rbsult-.ed In great disaster to the Democracy, ft. a more than safe to conclude that . the coming Presidential election - will main taini "bj lagely increased ' majorities, the '.fiaremacj of. Republicanism. In every 'canvasB, the administration of President jGrant waa the distinctive, paramount is--rae, upon which the contestants joined in tattle, the"' democrats denouncing' ' it as YcIesaV extravagant and dishonest and ihe repablieana upholding it as pur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 October 1871

IIXHiXD AND,TRIBUirE. thuksday; October 19, i87i. ! We offer a New Stock "of Carpets, Do- j Biestics, Alpacas, Dress goods of all kinds, : enuoel Rcipebtfuliy, - i-CiLt... : J.B.&J.L.BHEA, ' Coffin Block. Gay Street, Knoxville, Tennessee. pct5713w. H P. Miller. - ' .-i I, till before the public, with a splen did and increased stock of Boots and Shoes fevery grade and . kind and amazingly cte.p for cash.- Pergonal- ; - : ' Miss Sophia Cunningham, left her home ; n thii place on Monday, for Oxford, Ohio. She has accepted a situation as teacher In the Oxford Female College, of which she U a trraduate, and will bring accomplish ment and competency to the discharge of her duties . '- f Tki laay friends of Rev. J. L. Mans in tais community will be rejoiced to learn that be baa been returned to tbis Station, y jetr he labored ' with unabated de votion and zeal for the promotion of tbe Bioral and Christian interests of our town aod will pursue tbe duties and responsi bilities of tbis ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 October 1871

-2 , 4 5 " Miscellaneous. LIFE INSUli AJ iXmimMXM Scraps.' 131 FOSTERS OF . f. tT SAW !U -.- t . ... .... f fThe Mammoth Cave of Kentucky is for ale at $500000." '.1 J7 V ' Lake Cochitunte, which supplies Boston EARTHENWARE, . - I . ...; mrl I - ..11 .' r w :L !i 1 bl tiJ . i .vi.vJ 11 1,1 ...if . '' .11 .V. -Mil .J.'iK'f'i rtr. 1 1 ., , 1. ... ; s r 1 . 'i 1. ' I : - - I Mi fl t 11 i . !exan4er II. Stephens is now called a 'en?ratle -calamity.'".-! , j Xit. Jo8CTh E. Johnston has been ftomi- Baited' for Jlajorof Savannah Kail way trains are to run through the Mont Ceais tunnel in twenty mmutes. j A nallioSanda half of the iiAabitanta pl Germany are able to - read Jnglishw jJTVSA.' jou woman at Green Bay, iTtts., drew Bible at a lottery; and traded: off her prize for a pair of . shoes.'- - "; . ! .1 i SimplcL-Addition. -Adding, .toeone's u.A Crying Sin. Taking- babies to; the J$?'--'.U .5'" How ;. -may men .-alivayi become four- -hfthded ?By'doulling their fists1. ; A lobster never,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 October 1871

PROFCSSIOHTAI. JOHN AIXISON, jr. ATLISON & AL7. A. TAYLOR. TALiYOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND (CoMcttfoa agent i JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. 70nov3-mG AMESG. DEADERICK. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, J jOXESBORO, TEXXESSEE. Office second door West of Post Office. 7mar23 . JFZvs7 B. L. BLAIK. i FLIJf & BLAIR, i ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business fcntru-tfl to us throughout the counties comprising Upper East Tennessee. i OFFICE under Keen's Gallery, rooctia-iy ' I THOS. H. REEVES, Nutonuu at 32 air, JOXKSBORO, TE.X., ;VILL attend to matters eonnected with the purchase of Ileal Estate, Settling Estates, Collecting Debts, &v. 'office T'p-Stairs over Atkinson's Sil .. ver Smith's Shop. 70aug2.yl E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT I. AW. aud j, COLLECTINO AO EXT. Ol!l nnd. r Kprn' I'hotnrruph nailery, in the Kooms of th Amil.mt AwMor, Jonesborongh, Tennessee. WI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 October 1871

FPBLI3I1ED EVERT THURSDAY BY C. "WHEELER & FI. S. FIAIIOXEY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1871. . XO rnATEB.MZlTIOX. We find tJe following proceedings of the Southern Methodist Conference in the Morjifctcwn Correspondence of the Knox vSle Chronicle. The Conference met reoentlj at MorcLstown. FOCETH DAY. Rev. R. N. Price and O. McTecr offered the following resolution, which was done by boibo able, eenjdble remarks by Broth er Price, (who by the way is one of the most fkr-eeeing ministers in the Confer ence.) Rat hero is the rotation : " Whereas, this Conference at its Cleveland session in 18C7 passed a reso lution declining as a Contercnceio iratcr nize with the . ministers of tha M. E. Church within our bounds so long as that church should continue to hold and claim ar church property. Whereas, a portion of this property La been surrendered to us and our pro perty questions are gradually adjusting themselves. Wiikrka8, the EUhops of our church did, at their annual meeting in 18G9 at St....

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. — 26 October 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1871. Read the Proepectm of The Aiding in another column. The advertisement of a valuable work on Medical Science npFar8 to-day. The Sixth Annual Session of the Ten nessee State Teachers' Aviation will be held in Nashville, on Wednesday and Thnrsdajiyovebcr l3t and 2d. The Pemocratic Rooster, so long de funct, was revived last week by the Union Flay, in a greatly demoralized j condition. He served as tne Dcaa-piciure of a graphically illustrated editorial on the late elections. Premium. Mrs. Wilton Atkinson, of this place, nwelred the Premium for hrobroidery, t the late Knoxville Fair. The fact that Mrs. Atkinson is over seventy years of is rather a reflection upon the ekill and taste of much younger lady contest ants. Bras Bund. We- are- constrained to rav. that our Rrass Band is making rapid progress in the Umdun science of music. They have attained the endurable stage of practice and their notes are fa.it melting into harsh melody. Iath m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 October 1871

Miscellaneous. Tobacco Decision. Tbo eommis elaner of internal revenue Las decided that manufacturers maj cell their tobacco io original Trackages in anj part of the country without paying a rpecial tax, bat ". that thej cannot retail it. Pedlers in their employ way also sell in the same manner as their employers. A pedler tot employed by a manufacturer, and mho is liable to paj a special tax as dealer, atd Las paid it, may retail tobacco. V TilEKATEXED AsAS-5IXATIOV. There i a sensaiional rumorafloat in New York to the effect that certaia insane Poles intend to aA'asinate the Grand Bake . Alexis on the arrival at Xevr York. At a meeting of Poles held on Saturday bight, it wa determined to watch these ugly co-stonier?, and the police hare also been put upon their guard. The report 13 an extremely improbable one. , The following is from a Pennsylvania paper : "ML-3 B astonished the audi eiure by Ler Lih soprano voice. Her note, like the $1,000 United States green : back?, arc of too ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 November 1871

- ' joh.s xit.isox.jr . -alf. a. taylor. ALLISON & TAIiYOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AN'I CoUcUintj 0cnbt JONESBOROUGII, TENNESSEE. Prompt . attention given' to' the " pnoUection of Clauns. Collection t0nov3-mC TjameG. DEADERICK, Attorney at Law and , : r Solicitor in Chancery, JOxinSBORO, TEX.VrSSEE. OfflCO second door West of Post Office. , 71iuarJ3 ... j B M"M,- R- "LAIR. ' M'hl.V & 15LATR, ATTORNEYS AT. . XlXr, r Hi; 'I ; A"D ',- . I i: COLLECTING .'AGENTS, T OWE8BOli6 " TENNESSEE. Y'nnupT attention riven to all business Entrusted to'in throughout the. counties jomprL-iinjr Upper. L,ast 'lennessee. . OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7oocti;My THOS. H. REEVES, att0ruriT at pair, JOilESBORO', TEXXn VILl. attend to matters connected with the purchase of Ileal Estate, S:ttliiijr Kstittes, Collecting Debt?. &. tofllee rp-St:iir, over Atkinson's Sil ver .Smith's Simp. - 70:iu2-yl E. INT. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, COM.KCTINO AOKNT. Udin ontlrr Kwn' Photoer-ipti rV.nrr, In th Kuoms of ...

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. — 2 November 1871

geralil mid ribiiuc. rtTBLlSHED EVERY THURSDAY BY C. WIIEIXEK IH. S. 9IAIIOXEY THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1871. V" THE LCGISLATTRE. -Under the New Constitution, manufac tared by a retrenching Convention of er rebols, a Legislative session is limited to three months. - Our present law-making body has maintained the august presence of qualified quorum for over one third of the time for this winter's sitting, and jet its vast intellectual capabilities have not, as yet, discerned the expediency or necessity of enacting a. single important law. Its predecessor, in the same length . of time had well nigh repealed all the legislation of a half a dozen years before, and satisfied its own free soul and un chained ambitious in enacting a legion of laws, from which the demolished radical party could extract nothing but the most disgusting bitterness. Have the gladness and enthusiasm, with which Republican legislation was assailed and obliterated, become insipid and vacant, or did the matchless ecer...

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. — 2 November 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. fXY, NOVEMBER 2 1871. WOOD, Wood! - Wirs. trembling UrT "air -. .,,5-1. the .. d W, ere tM " " almoster nnnn Wliu iuiwov Tf aL. Th s thought is suggest- ihn death of Mr Mary Boone, con ' J t if GeorceGri9ba.n, Sr. She depart ,1 ?i JL I Tuesday evening at Se S-e. of her son Co Ueo. r, vSSai She was farored with a lease ciifeeveDtj-four years, eight months ,aJ eleven days. For forty years, the deceased was a .Wbf the Baptist Church, a devoted 3S!: 1 faithfu? follower of the Lamb Havinz trusted the Lord for no long., and tbrflen difficulties and trial?, she leaDed w Hi all sustaining arm, when she step W down to the cold waters of the Jordon. fcben ied bi a christian lady endant Po you pat yoar truet in the Savior J Ber joyous reply was, "Surely, surely I do. s In this sustaining comfort and . hope, wL!-h pure religion can alone , inspire, Mrs. Grwbam paed away to live forever with the angels. The wrinkled brow, the frosted hair wear a flashing, full gemmed coronal ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 November 1871

' , j - " - ' ' , - ' ' ; .. , ,..... - - r--.--.-n i .jjHfllP- iw ' maMBfc - - " ; ",'. . ' .v ' . " " " . : . . , V . , t - . sr "If .-'"' .... . " .. ' . . "...' .'" iiiiM imi 11 1 in iiiiiii fcfcwi " t . i " nM wwii mi i" i i iir-r"- -junii,-. ( ( doll&cullen; r ! ) I ! ! 1 ,t -: -I j; " '. (rTrlfi' ta rVor.h ViscansliiiV.c ) Corre".iudencol the W't-eWl Tim. '0sUKpsu, W'wjf October j 4. Dijroa'eyer ca CoiiiarcL5iH.?'J in quiTiuin tw?t Baldwin, of tie Cref'u JIosetCluc"jgo. tlie. otlfr dajfra comjicllfel ' to'acknowleJ tbat roy ;?o nnaiDfAnc with that ; braocL of tbe .Ted man fatnilj tie Comapcbciy; dfaot m- elgde, Bill.-. s remembered. tWell, Bill is here' said Baldwin, end ifott want Ito 'see L'im X Wiirsho Iiim to " .-r',; . :'.'' j t,Present-your 'Bill," eaid I, wbicb be did Vtrj. soon after, with that alacrity cotnmoQ io.altlandlords when . there is a . Bill tfy rcfient;i -Bill TroTcd to be a tail. Bomewhat latitr Vofartc marr. whh s 'facei bronzed by exposure to the sun...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 November 1871

. 1-1 ALF. A. TATLOIU TAIiYOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND (goHctfing Sitctrfs, CD V IjOSESBOROl'GII TENNESSEE. ren to tne VVMVV ' TOnovS-niG Attorney at Lawand .; Solicitor in Chancery, ,n,nORO, TE.VSESSEE. Office a"1004 dlKjr West of Tosy 0ffice' 71mr'J . ---- .. j. Jim & "BLATE, j j TTORNEYS AT LAW, AND COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBOlUy. ' TENNESSEE. 4 TBOf PT attention given to'ail business naanifted t us throughout the counties compriiu? Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery 7cti:ny " THOS. H. REEVES, SUtortutf at' aw, JO.ESBORO WILL attend to matters connected with the purchase of Ileal Estate, Settling .-. Estates, Collecting Debts, Ac. Offlre rp-st5r over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's hhop. 70atig2.yl E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTUHXKY AT LAW, a COLLECTING AOENT. omc IT Keen' Photograph Oallery, la the Booms of the Asaialant Aaaoaaor, Jonesborough, Tennessee. ".'. WIM- f ir M?cial attention to the collection of CI"" aifalnat the Oorerniaept. sTTTkirkpatrick, BEEVES A REEVES, Attorne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 November 1871

3 I i I i 1 it Si - Mtetalu and Sntun US PUBLISHED EVERT THTES1JAT BT C WIIEELEU & FX. S. 1 AIIOS KF TnUKSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1871. GRANT AND HIS TTSADUCIHIS. - The untiring bat hopeless effort of the Democracy to bring the administration of President Grant - into disfavor with the people, are at times so pregnant with pal Fable falsehood aa to excite ridicule and contempt, rather than more serious notice at the hands of' Republicans. If there is any punishment in store for liars, the ene mies of the present . administration will certainly hare . a long account - to settle some day. All their powers of misrepre sentation hare - been taxed to the utmost in order to create a false impression as to the motives and doings of the administra tion.' - n . .' s Among other things, the numerous frauds upon the Government are heralded abroad with floarwk ef trumpet and the most bras am afirfBtery, as a evidence of the dkhoseSty ef the administration while in nearly every instance the first k...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 November 1871

ITS BALD AND TRIBUNE.? THimSDAYi ? NOVEMBER 9, 1871'. rwOOD, WOOD! TVrf of our patrons Svho -wish to pay their lnaeDieuuc ",,r-' f .iftnff forthwith.' - IO o Lee -Taylor &Co's. new advertisements .ppoarttis - - . ; . ". ' '.' Married. V . r- rkl'tl-9i1 Inst. at the residence ofD. t, Chattanooga. Tenn., by the . jLtkina, Mr; E. N. Griffith ' of Josboro, and MissAucE M.Mathews, Georgia. After the ceremony wag performed the UTXl: rlZ. A frlpnds of the bride where the happy I rioonlo took tbe Eastward bound train for J Jcnesboro, where they arnved safely on 1 rnaayr.- v ' I . l"f h7 Mrs. nd Mr. 8. E. I Griffith, tie parents J of tho Bridegroom, in honor of tbeir son' marriage. - i. I 'A'large ad itfimant eempaBy were i 1 Ueodae.PBauiB g e- Jonesboro and vicinity. The company ora entertainod with music by Prof. C. f-r THUworth. assisted by several amature : .... ii . .l . a. performera. whicji aaaea mucn ro, me.ea- tr Vk. rvT -hlrb waa Wei to1 profusion witb' a re-J past conUfciog of...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 November 1871

.2 Miscellaneous. YLmvr tm Flake the Farm Pay. To "make the farm pay,' first and foremost, keep up its fertility. There are three ways of doing thi; rest, ro tation an'l manure the first is adtpted Wialtnew countrie?,whcre natural sam ruer and winter range, is sufficient; laud ' Cheap,- and liny valueless. The second and third are adapted to eounv tries where winter food has to he pro vided for stock. There, instead of rest, it'i:,tuore economical to rotato with clover, dc as. &c. turning -under the second crop as a fertilizer, and saving the first for hay ; thV third is : adapted1 ti ..-1 .t. i i :.. lO ail tuuuuics. nunc luc idtiu . c tremely high ; in such countries it is cheaper te feed all produce and apply manure, than to torn under green. ,.. .. tf'To make the farm pay" every far mer must be governed by the circum stances that surround him. he is com pelled to inVest iu land. laTior and ag ricultural implements. Where laud-i-cejp. labor and labor siivi.ip imple ments high...

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