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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 November 1871

ritOFESSIOIVAL. I. ,ollX ALtlSOSj'- ALF. A. 1AYI.OB. ALLISON & TAL.YOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW I (CoUcctina petite, I jOVESBOROUnil. TENNESSEE. i 70nov3-m ; lttorney at Law and i v Solicitor in Chancery, ;Office "nJ door Wcst of I,ost ufficc i 7Jinari3 i4 ir n. M us- It. I.. BI.A1R. M'LIN & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LA W. ! AND I jM A m v - COLLECTING AGENTS, 'roWISBORO'. TENNESSEE. I PROMl'T attention given to nil business ! f. tlirniirtiniir the counties hompri-mg L pper r.ai triin-- . OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octi3-iy i thosTh. reevks, ttornrn at jgsur, JOllfBORO', TE.V., 'IVIM. attend to matter connected with .1- t,-.t f!rl lectin? Dcbtf, itc, Ofllre I'p-Stairs, over Atkim-on s , B- rr t ------ rr - vrr itfiiun nnop. E. N. GRIFFITH, iTTnnvKT AT LAW. aud i!. ;OI.I.KCTIN AOKNT. hitlct unrfrr Km'i Photograph Onllry, in lue KOOmi OI lT ya-i -- Jonesborough, Tennessee. WII.K IEiT rciiil attention to the collection of !;iin aeaiut ibe aororoeut. , 3. J. KIRKPATRICK, REEVES A REEVES,...

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. — 16 November 1871

PUBlrtSHEfD E VERTf YlTURSD AT BY C. WI1EELER A if. S. WAIIOXET THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1 871. THE MEW DEMOCRATIC DE PARTURE. -. A strong movement baa been set on foot by many leading Democratic journals with the stowed object of nominating a moderate Republican for President in 1872, who is to receive the support of the Democratic partj. Dispairing of success with a regular Democratic nominee, they hope by this means to divide the Republi can party and thus defect Grant for the next Presidency. In other words they are foolish enough to believe that by running a Republican on a Democratic platform . they can delude the people into supporting him instead of the regular nominee of the party. If any considerable number of the Republican party were as hair-braraed aa the men who have started this move ment, they might entertain some hopes of ucceeding. But so long as the Republi- " an party maintains its present standard of intelligence, they will never accom plish anything by this piece...

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. — 16 November 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, TIJURSPAY, NOVESIBER 1C, 1871. WOOD, WOOD! . Those of our patrons who wish to pay their indebtedness in wood, are notined to bring It lon? forthwith. - .'lnfnnaiin Wanted. Tbeaate r enlistment and discharge of the company bJ r-.:. in the war of 1812, especially tic enlwtment and discharge of James O. Tonjpkifl. deed. , ' ' Address, W. M.Gkisham, - Jonesboro, Tenn. dr. Wm. II. .Kino, of Monongahela ri . nn-in- aw 01 jfcev. onuuci m City our Taper. We shall soon enter upon another year. If possible, our paper shall be more spir ited in maintaining its rank among the pro mulgators of truth,- and the demand for a closer observance of correct principles and the elevation of all classes to a high er and more thorough st&ndard of culti vation, socially and morally. We shall continue in our efforts to fur ther the cause of general education, and give to any just measure for this noble work our earnest support, believing it'to be second only to that of religion in fac...

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. — 16 November 1871

Miscellaneous. Raw Tbeir Hole. Oa tLe tSrd of last March. the .lander case of lajfMT T. J. V . Taylor a decided m the C.rcuit Court of Hut erford . Oumtr. the j rj ederig a verdict of $..000 ltnu;e lor the plan tiffl Maynor remitted $.1300 of thw anvirrat, leaving defendent to pay the costs- This liberl core on the part f Haynor seems to Lave only tr.crea ed th haired entertained against him ay. Taylor and his son. About 5 o'clock thUever.io .Mrnor and his principal witness. WilSum Hall. left MorfreeNboro for -bonier n hore 1 1. r 1 . r-i. . - ml s man named Kro m. left directly af- terwaTd ard overtook t lie To lore .... -, . r . anen about three tuile out o tae Leb- anon citf J.t a the rirriiw ni.l the two men the Tatlor (wrl in tl.ei- eaU and teyuj,fjrnig oo Hall and M-iy- nor Tne ' letter -were ciMrrmed. O-ie f the Taylor jumped out of the car. riage and got over the fence into an o!d cotton field, . IL.ll Jumped -off his borve and trar&aed him. In the arlrar ? Jbtt etced ri...

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. — 23 November 1871

-- " n mi imi hooiim mium wmi an miwiw ' - '"" " " " 11 -t'r"" '" 11 ' - MW"' " WW-""""-- n"'1111 1 u 1 "'"I " i"i"""Ui 1 1 ' 111 , . ftf;: w , i 1 ,tv , ifl r iff ALLISON & TALYOR, ATTOKTTEYS;ATLAW (LOUCUiH - j ..xWhTTnii: TENNESSEE the TOnbvSTrnG DEADERICK, . t mrrc 7. rr,e7atLawand licitor-ia' Chancery, 'second door West of Post Office. K. I. BLAIIt. fpf w ; COLLECTING AGENTS, , -iflSBOBO'. TENNESSEE. wvpT attf ntion given to all husi C, Med to us throughout the com noss ities nprMnff Upper Eat leuncsM- . FFICE under Keen's Gallery. :netl3-ly , :.. J - TthosTh. BEEVES, ittorurn at Cauv ' joi:sboro TEXr., ILL attend to in.it tors connected with he purchase of Keal rotate, Settling ;tate?,' Collecting Debts, Ac. w ...;.. vr Atkinson nil- ,er Smith's Shop. 70aug2.-yl E. N GRIFFITH, TTOK- Li (.(,LLi;,TINO AOKNT. C tt Bol-r K'i l'l.otorrT.h iTy, in th Koonnof tho Aiiiiit AfMor, onesborotigh, Tennessee. ' TIM. fir P" ia' att. ntion to the colI.H-tion of V tm. airnt Uie (Jovernmenl....

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 November 1871

gfcralfl and tribune. prBLisnED evert thubsdat bt cimLERA n. s. ninoxEr THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1871. flsiojl" ''. , j, ; :." Under this brief caption the Patriot, of last week, waxes somewhat eloquent aud word j, and finally works off an ." editorial tliatDemocrats doubtless will call a "good . thing.". From the style and other ehar- tion and diction are elegant,) we '.father suspect that the round and glowing peri ods glided from the trained pen of some Republican, as we know of no Democrat of sufficient intellectual capability to per forate a political literature of so much ; parltle and brilliancy. But to the point. Jf naked , and - groundless assertions aad unwarranted (resumptions, and -Dot logie. argument and facts, were required to "form, direct, and control the judgment of men, we frankly acknowledge that our neighbor' "leader" would stand out in defiant bola-' ' tion, invulnerable to criticism and reply.: The Administration of Gen. Grant is the central figure around which o...

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. — 23 November 1871

-HEBAID AND TRIBUNE - notice. ' ' . ; - ' Tboe Indebted to th wbserlber will cull and ettle their accounts by lectTonr. James A. Dillwortb. . . ifrmU Wanted. ' ' W date ef enlistment o;di8cl,arge . . eomnanded by David ii th. wir of 1812. - especially -As. WKO - . ,. , . . . . . a ojr ne rrwm wt .lama TiinniiM. deed. Jooefiboro, Tenn. ; - ... .Fer Beat. - A very desirable Dwelling House is for i-ent, situated on Main street, in the east end of town, for particulars, call on Mr. WM. H- Dosser, at the Stre of Jas. H. - :j .: i '-"' 1 nov23wl TfcaksTVlnsT-.' In accordance with the proclamations f PresiJenl Grant, and Governor Brown, Joneaborongti, with the rest oi me uni ted States, will give thanks xn the 30th, Beat Thursday. ; Preaching at the Pres byterian Church. Ktw AdTcniienieBtt. Mr. Win. II. Dosser, offers a house for rent.'; '''',. '.V' " '.."ri-." ' . gtacy A Angel, Knoxville, are still be fore the public, with a choice supply of Guns.. Pistols, Amionuition, Ac. They are prom...

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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. — 23 November 1871

MISCELLANEOUS, r Wliat shall Im done Willi the Old Fields! We copy as fullows from the Nashville .Union and American: . . '. . . A traveler who Las teen accustomed to the higher degree of tillage in the North or Europe, in passing through our, .Stale would be at at a loss to know why so touch land is lying un fenced ffhd idle in every tHrtion of the State, washing in deep gul- ' lies and trvowiiur up year after year in broom-snce and briers. And, in truth, it would be difficult for our people'- to give any valid reason for paying taxes annu ally upon such land and reaping no re ward from , ownership, unless it be the on" eiven by an eminent lawyer," that . 'poor land is a very peaceable neighbor.' ' iuw, it occurs to us that all these fields may, by a little encouragement from our Legislature, be put upon a process of ren ' ovation, and be made' serviceable and Talaable to the next generation. Asthj are, they display in an unequivocal man ner the suicidal policy of the past generi a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 November 1871

r . i o .; '0 a u '.i , 'A '. ! I I i 4. t t i i - t 4 i t ! It if i i 4 t f - 3! ft t 4 I i r i i f i i I I i -: JOUX AVISOS, Jr. . ,,AIFTfA, TAYLOR, ALLISON & TAIiYOS, ATTORNEYS AT LAW tfoUcctiug igcwt vMnnhlTGII. - TENNESSEE. r, attention "given to-the IUiii4CoUection of Claims. 70nov3-mG . " ' '' -jamesIT deaderick. A..ir at Law and AUum ; solicitor in Chancery, Office x5nJ door 'est of 1ost OfSce ; 7lmar23 .. ' ' . u u MV. R. L. BI AIR. " M'Lffl & BLAIR, ' ATTORNEYS. AT, , LAW, COLLECTING . AGENTS, ; - hIONSBORO 'TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to us throughout the counties comprising Upper Last leiincssec. OFFICE undT Keen's Gallery. 70octl3-ly '', THOS. H. REEVES, JO.ESBORO TEXX., WILL attend to matters connected with the purchase of Ileal Estate, Settling Estates. collecting ueine, xc. , Office Up-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's Shop. ' vu- E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, xno COLLECTING AGENT. VOire nnirr Kwi'e Photorr.iph Gallery...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 November 1871

y -r : . r - I ISasaSsasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaSSSSSSII .11 MSSSSSSSSSSSS , u t :S. r: trESDAT. BY ITIAIIOITOlf November so. j 8 i ER FOR PRESIDENT. florae! fJri1v !n ronfc nnm. .. -l of the New . York Trtiune, dec-Tares ; . . for Hon. Charles Sumner,, of Maraaehus - etta,' as the Republican candidate for toe Presidency. Whilst " the TrPAtne, - as it baa" repeatedly asserted," will support ; Geo. Grant if Dominated, this declaration .': avidences the deepest hostility, to that semination, when Sumner's labored and rersistent warfare upon the Administra tion for the San DonnLco affair are called 7totuind.j ,!.- .. ..t - The great usefulness of both . Sumner mnd.Greelby, in bringing material strength to tie Republican party, are not to be ig nored nor depreciated, neither art their a Trices, in promoting its futare?ucceB3es, to be lightly esteemed. When the Tle- pabHcan 'party was grappling with the I .slave power on battle fields, and fighting .: t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 November 1871

HXBALD AND TEIBTOK THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1871. 2VOTZCC Those Indebted to the subscriber will call and BCttle their accounts by 5inr 1872, otherwise thejr will find In the bands of an officer for col them la tne n A DluwOBm lection. " bot23w4 " . wUe ALL Royal Arch na"ie jVT Washington X,hap- er .t.r.A fnmmiiniMtion the next ...iiir mated communication ''JSm evening, the 1st day of Decem Frlday V.JV nmi for the on ..'rear will ,i .r the M. H. P. norSlw John S. Matiies, sc'y. Cttmrnge ( Schedule. Bound West Mail Train 7.31, A. M. ipress Train 6.31, P. M. Bound East Mail Train 5.44, P. M. Kipress Train 7.1 C, A. M. - Public Speaking. Col. Baxter requests us to ay that he will aYail himself of the ensuing round of Court to ventilate the printing and oth ar frauds, and to discuss other matters of Interest. The first of these speeches will b delivered at .Jonesboro', Monday, December 4. 3d. At Athens, Monday, December 11. 3d. At Kingston, December 12 ; and 4th. At Maryville, December 26....

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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. — 30 November 1871

ft - " w .1 ww r - m Hi Svmrtliin fr Every Drinking TTIan to Heotfa - "Grumble grumble ! That's the way Never anything in the house to eat when. gftthouie from, wort- or if there is, '"it' i.4n't fit for a d6g."' Then when I speak' of it, you cry aud run 01 with a long string of wantir! 1 I froit stand, t?,' . ii I J It was Sam I'ilkiogton who spoke ; his m ppor, pole, patient wife, whom he address ""Why den't you talk back, J ape ? .You haven't the spirit of a cat I" - Jane, was. replying ell the time, for .tear after tear chased each other down her thin cheeks.-'; ' u r "Why aren't the children, at ichool free schools -you can't say it takes mon-'-ey W send 'em there I"-4 r ' f- "V.AwrA. Kmm. Samuel."-Francis.' come here 1 , r x , -rr '" The four children, ; at "their mother's call, crept up from the comer into which, they had crept when be, the father, came ' in for they, were afraid of him. -. It was very cold, the ground was frozen A aod.covered, with snow, yet not s toe Of the...

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. — 7 December 1871

, , i - - - 1 ' ii.. ... .. . - . .. . v ,..'"'.' T '" . ", mmmmmmmmm mmMwmm mm mm mmmmmMmtmmmmmawmm . ;. y ' .tv. I i ( " ' I 7.' i A Vt' .1 .!:':' ol lif-.':ir vi : atT '. -!v r T: '-T . J . : 1 i I i - j ! : .f .m-' ' r .f ': .i ' : ' ' T-"-' "-! J ' :::"'-' :V.,"' '?',,' ' ' -.' l""-' "-'"' ",. H :"' I 5 ' . ' , . I , - -- . - I .-i ' i- ' . .. . ... ... . , -i . i . . '"-' ..T , !.) i : J XTT" ;'..t L .',i !: -.i-. . .'.:. . .,.! . .. ,..; .. .,:-,.,; --.-.ft ... - . - ' I ": i .-i:-' '' :: H .'v.'.'nt .7...V .r t.lSON.1r. AI.K. A. TAYXOB. Allison & talyor,, . ATTOENEYS AT LAAV AN1 (SoUcrfwg Agents, ' JONESUOROIT.U, TKNNKSKK. Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. T0nov3-ro - - -JAMES 0. DEADERICK, Attorney at La-wr and Solicitor in Chancery, JOEORO, TE.rsSEE.-- OffiCO wHjH'i 'i"1'1" 'Ve.t ot Post Office. J. B. M UN. It. L. BLA IK. M'LLN & BLAIR, f r JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Tkompt atti-iitioii irivfii r all Imisiih-ss 'ntrnsu-.l to tliroii-lio.it tho conntu-...

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 December 1871

! j r i : 11 r Ml rVBtlSUED EVERT THURSDAY BT C WIIECLER FI. S. IflAJIO.XEY TUCIllSDAV, DECEMI1ER 7, 1871 , . . OUR LECilSLATCRI?. i:-s- If aoy of our reader are surprised tbat W de not publish more of the proceed - lags of the Tennessee Legislature we can . at . ...' a- elr nr in extenuation that tue mam- Mte object which boars that name has, as . yet, done5 very little that we have consid- red worth reporting. And as it n iru possible for such an assembly to .make i toots in the right direction we aro wdisfi ' d to let it alone so lone, as it works no erious mischief uotil it wears oat the time allowed bj the Constitution for it to 'remain in session, draws its per diem and retires to private life. There is scarcely brains enough in the whole concern to reh , 4er it a really dangerous organization. Although we setnetimes fear.it will, in .. its blundering way perpetrate some uri . leoked-for deriltrj yet. ShonTd 'its na- taral etapidity at any time assume a mal- ':- ignant type, t...

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 December 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TIIUKSDAT, DECEMBER 7, 1871. WOOD, WOOD'.i "hoK Of our patrons who wish to pay riSTtatong forthwith.' . OTICIi 'Those indebted to the subscriber -will "08C "l" d iXH their accounts by nlease call anu .... -.m .wi 5 otnerw- anuary, - f onicer for co, them in ""jks a. Dill worth. nov23w CONCERT.. 1 1 Tiudsom'b Hull next Monday night Jt ;il no doubt be a good treat to the . i,iIt- and a stimulant to tho more ieitn-"v Vrtiereetic. We hope there will be a good audience. .V STACY AXGEL, Of Knoxville, Tenn.. have just received 1 - Knrtinent of Fire Work for t ibe Jlollidaj, confuting of Xo. 1 Fire 'rarkers, at 3 S- per box of 40 packs; Sky Kockettf, Koinan Candles, Tarpe- . doe and Wheels and scrolls, jhsi as low , ta price. Send to them for a Ballen, ' and have a pleasing exhibition for the children. Merchants will consult their interest by sending their orders. We still have on hand a supply of fine Sporting Kifles, Double and Single Guns, and every thing In the Sport...

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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. — 7 December 1871

Miscellaneous r,- i ; t On n Lcui alive. We never saw a inure graph ickeeh ofi the sensation of riding ou au entitle than on r.ontrihiif iA tottm TmlaruiJn .. K.- I ! t ' ' .1,1 - ' . i 1 ?n .the'.R'ev.. T. Dewitt Taliii'adge,' wbo Xr'md the experiment while journeying in the Rocky Mountains. He says . May I get on with youV' fasted an engineer on the Pacific Kailroad, at a sta tiou mor seen thousand feet above the level of the sea,' Certainly." he' Haid: but hold tight, or you may tallrT." "Toot ! toot ! went the whistle, and the loog anaconda of a rail-train firs' wentfj crawling along the rwks but soon took on fear ul momentum, bitting in ".Pull nanb Palace Car,"" looking out afthe - window, the passeoger gets an idea 'of the speed, of the train ; but close by the engiu- . eer. and feeling the nervous . quiver, au) .jump of ttis iron courser, yuu Bee-the " 'iiiountaHis'skip fiko rains, and "he'lif'tle Li I is like la tub.-." .-- The door of the locomotive furnace - clangs open an...

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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. — 14 December 1871

I .-WBr I IHIII III L II .1 " - ;. . . ' . t rf i : . j:.um .i I I -. PROFESSIONAL. JOIIX ALLISOXjr. ALF. A. TAYLOR a t.t.TSOTT 5c TAIiYOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW mVPSBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. r attention given to the ""CoUection of Claims ..Q jnf "TTTwrTGTbEADERICK, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, jOXCSnOllO, TEXXESSEE. OffiCQ ?c(nd door West of Post Office . r, If MX. K. JJ. UL.AIK. 31'LIN & BLAIE, - ATTORNEYS AT LAW, iiJ.ECTING AGENTS, -. JOlf ESBORO'. ; TENNESSEE : I'rompt attention given to all business - cntniff"! to in inrougnoni. i comprUing Upper Kat Tennessee. . OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. . 70octi:ny TTIOS. H. REEVES, ini:sBORO', tes., WILL attend to matter connected with "the purcliase of Ileal Estate, Settling Estates, Collecting Debt?, Sit: 'Oflire-Up-Stairs, over Atkinson's Kil r Smith's Sl.oi,. 70aug-2.yl '" E. IT. GRIFFITH, ' ATTORNEY1 AT LAW, A COLLECTING AOEST. OCe un.lrr Krrn'i 1'hotoeraph OBlh-ry, in the Itimim of tlm Aiiant AtM-fnor, Jonesborongh, Tennessee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 December 1871

1 I' i i - I! ' ! .1 , P.i'ii W ) ! . i 9 in ' ' ' I 4 I::' ? 4: ' i 'I i will " 1 2 .if i . i i 1 !'. hi 4 tllitlfl 'AWil iiVihltHf "truth and candor require, m- commen- lennessee and to legalize in an indirect Washington, -Dec. 7. Fredrick A. t-v ( r- i . , . , , , . . ., , , . I xr.: ru-.r .u vi:..:: ubliuu vi a jjiuiciuiuuu iuiiu, uuu a. iui uici i iuj iuc payment. OI aeuvS 10 lue DauK 01 I niij vuicx ui iiic jivisiuu 01 iit- PCBLISI'iKD EVEUV THURSDAY BY . C. WHEELER A: Jll. S. JIUIOXEY citizen, ignoring all tions. political considcra- Tennessoe in tie rebellion. Confederate money daring Larebil. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1871 THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. On our first page, we readers, extracts from' Message winch comprehend its -material and important parts. As a sensible man, without the presumption that the people re ignorant of the Constitution, after hav ing had it expounded by Andrew John Bon during his whole Presidential, term, President Grant lets the '-sacred instru ment" spe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 December 1871

'V X HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TIIt'BSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1871. WOOD, WOOD! MARRIED. On Wednesday Dec. 13, 1871. at CI o'clock, P. ar.f by Rev. J. L. . Mann. Mr. J. A. FebuaiiY. and Miss Lida Keen. all of this place. This marriage feast was one of tliose EDUCATIONAL. -Cramming; Ingratitude for cast favors 13 ono of th a BY peof. hendersox PBESNELL. faults of the human "race. No sooner Jo ; : I we gain a new friendship than we give the typo after which he u created, the roraioi I 014 one tne cold shoulder ; no sooner do PJfect P?". and It is the office of education i WO dlSCOTer a new and in fiOm Tt meets a I 1 .1.1 . 1 A A 1 a .1 g VS- n4 stiwA. TV . ThoFc or our P""? " , , " 'Tifiifi l Ti, . . 1 improved method, than we cover the old heir iiulctiteaue" Krtmr it along form thoir indebtedness in wood, are notified jn human history. All the hopes, ambi- wwuo tu J'JJB Ul 111G WUlltCilt 111 lUUf I grand consummation. The happy reunion one with obloquy ; the new boots that hurt ns are praised an...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 December 1871

Miscellaneous. JHan' Perfidy and AViu;in' Sim plicity. A few days fiuce Mary Rechtcipi young girl in St. Louis, pleaded guilty to manslaughter on the charge of killing her illegitimate child, and after confessing to ' lh crime she addressed the J udge of the Court aa follows : , I stand indicted before your Honor Tor tht murdar of my infant child on the 4th day of April, 1871 At the instance of " personal friends I have decided to plead guilty of manslaughter in the second 'de gree. r . . I have been induced to lake this ctjursc because, altboueh not lumallv responsible for the act which I committed, and which I have never have disavowed, I have been adLed that under the peculiar cireim ttances surrounding me, it u diCicult if not impossible, to es.aUi.-h by 15;I evi- deuce incouit the rii.p'ir-iry "der which I lahoreo ' :v : '. I lnr i' . 1 ! V.- '"-f- wi4 but a cliil 1 Ui-.t'i ' her 5ovir;e care. I received fr...;i i- iA'Y.'f '-eh mea gre support anu cias-iiiju "''vy A .flr,rrli1 ...

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