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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 February 1872

it "OFESSIOWAI. ,nlTM.' NT WILL. M FAIN. . . Arcadia, Tenn. 14 TlN & FAIN; . Princiiwil "thee TENNESSEE. dec'iltf ALF. A. TAYLOR. TALYOE, ! aSbJS at law I joXESBOROrGII, TENNESSEE.. ' crtn,nt attention given to the ! FrompnUection of Claims. Collection uov3-niti- I 'JAMES G. DEADEItICK, I Attorney at Law and , ' ; Solicitor in Chancery, I ' JOXESBOHO, TEWXESSEI3- I office n Grisbam Sampson's New ! Buiidig. (Up Stairs) No. 2. I 71mar23 j, B. M tlf' b. l. blair. JTLI & BLAIR, ! ATTORNEYS AT LAW, f: C0LLKCT1NO AGENTS, I JONESBORO. TENNESSEE. ! I.romvt attention given to all business I . -......a ..... throughout the counties IVVrperKnstTennec I OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. I 70octI.'My E. N. GRIFFITH, iTTdUNET AT LAW, asd COLLEfrriS AOENT. iirtlnilr Km'i rhotoernph Oallery, in the Kooma of the Assistant Anw-ssor, Tonesboronerh, Tennessee WILL iti'ial iiiu-niioii to the collfction of 7it(i4tiSlf s. J. KIRKPATRICK, RCEVE A REEVES, Attorneys at Law, JOXESttOROUttllTEXX., 1 liRCEXE...

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. — 1 February 1872

MM '' fremiti ami ftribmic. rtJBLISnKD EVERY THURSDAY BY c wheeler & n. s. ihaiioxeit Thursday; February i; 172. IlOFF.nAN DECLINES. 'Governor Hoffman, of New York, lias ben Interviewed- This Mge functionary ppoke tolemnv and itupressiely to a hap tT rrnortrr.-and said; 'The time lias rome In onr liM ory when we want at Hie head of our Government, a statesman. such as we liavc not lad williininy recol- l!etIoa.,"IKxcliange. ' - Tbe sweeping declaration of the .mob faTojrinsPctnorallcppyernorj of JN"ew York, that in tic time coming we want at flrt L ob j of ty? Government a statesman ay well be considered as an irreversible announcement that be will be in nobody's -war to that exalted statiou. It is rarely, in these Ja va of rank corruption and of-fice-eeeking monomania, that the country U gratified by an acknowledgement ho cin 4 id and a eelf sacrifice so patriotic., espe cially from a high holding member of tbe Now.York junta of gluttonous Democrats, But "Honest John"- goes dee...

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. — 1 February 1872

AND TRIBUNE. HERALD SaY, FEBRUARY 1, 1872. d Sle Dealers, Hotel and T nv- Tedlars, Liquor Dealer?, TAi. XOTICE , iven to all persona subject Merc S wit : Merchants, to l vent', Architcct,rhy- Urycr, l'a' 'Vtt. Kroker?, lircw- ,kta"' l, ' vxreFS Wagons,' Hacks, llor r" Trichinc Agent sselling. Insurance We-' to come forward and take IJcen, before they find their cases r hVl.-i.wW of the proper authorities for S ection, 'itb mde my duty by law Sleet ...ch taxe,, and I wW. to do so 5Sontwy"t or trouble to all thoe ho are bound to pay. JOHN F. GRISIIAM, ,1Sw4 ' Clerk Cn. Court. .Attention Teacher. ; ' . Teachers who ues-ire eertifietes are re xiuerted to "meet tho Kxamining Board on tht rond Saturday of February . lS72it. lOo'doct, in the Female Schooi Kmld jnr AH teachers who have no certificate r requested to be present, 1 J. L. Lami'?ox, Jl. II. Dlxgax, If. I'UICSNKLW " Examining- BoiVrJ Prf. C. E. DiHwtmh. For some ' years, this . gentleman hag been the music teacher -for the Female...

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. — 1 February 1872

Tho consolidation of Italy, ho lone frag mentary anil important, into "one powerful state, with Jtiimc as it3 capital: tne hu miliation of France through a series' of .crushing defeats, ending with the!'sige and capitulation tf her pro"! and gay metropolis ; the expulsion of 'the llour-i 'bona from the Spanish throne, and "the i-abstitntion for the ra ofanaetion of tha Wont liberal amo'tg roval honses ; the virr tual absorption of tin kitgdt t .-':ii -, ny, Warttcml-crg. IJavart.i. with 1.i- ;.-;.' Ilosse, the Ifane Towns. Ac. under, the Leadship of IYuia, into tho-tvi-l and powerful empire of. Germany ; and the arming of llu.-aia to reassert her pre ponderance in the councils of Europe, or to prosecute Ler often postponed ; bat nev er relinquished designs on the great city founded by Constantine and the vast? but decaying and anarchical dominion, of" the Sultan, all combine to invest with pro- j found interest the ever-charging phases jfi our tidings iroui uie kjiu ru r ', TKiaiNK,...

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. — 8 February 1872

1 H- :ain. Arcadia, Tcun. FAII & FAIN, pflfT8 and Csnncenors at iiw A - .winallthccounties of upper WHTc. cee,a.ul in the Fed V I, c Courts at Knoxvllle. WiiSTVIt TENNESSEE. de-Jf ; AW. A. TAYLOR. TAIjYOR, ' 1T.US0N & 41T0BNEYS AT LAW Electing JVecni jONKSBOROUGH TENNESSEE. Protapt attention t V oUection of Claims. to the ;ov3-oiG "7ames g. deaderick, Attorney at X.a-w and Solicitor in Chancery, JOESBOnO, TENNESSEE. Vflra in Grisbara & Laropson's Xew Sudfntd'pStXo. J.B.M M'-- K. I. BL.AIB. ' M'LIN & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS LAW, AND COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Promit attention given to all business trurd to n throughout the counties OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. roort 13-1 E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ad , , COI,LKCTIN AOKNT. uflM aaUr Ini i I'hotosritph Gallery, in the . . ttuuni.ef ib Aim.tnt AKCor, Jonesborongh, Tennessee. "WII.I. lve ivrinl aitmion to the collection of tlalm tiut UirOorrruiiirnl. T3lf ' S. J. KIRKPATRICK, REEVES REEVES, Attorneys at Law,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 February 1872

WittaWnH&'VStxVbMt. MJVBX,XII$D EVPRX THURSDAY. .BY Ci WHEELED A 91. S. TAUOMl .TIIUKSDAY, l'EBltUAllY, S, -872. ... ,XUE SENATORIAL IX ACE, A Alajor F. W Earnest positively re- fases to Submit ba cUinw to a convention pLis par and Col. W; CL:Einiert, of Carter,-will rua u the Republican Tiei Vse are. to hav4 fur Richmond ,ia . the field. 4 Whilst we Lure no otV.er but the. liiodeat eoliBgH ami respect for Col., Em mitt, ml regard, hiin as a: Reserving gen-j Utuoan, we must decline supporting him. Oarraaaooa for this course are, that oullt ao Coantj is justly entitled to tbo Sena tor, n4 that Capt. T. II. Easlej,-whom rahall heartily support, is the, strongest andadjost available candidate. The Re publicans Of : Washington and Sullivan, coantiea will vote for Capt. Easley in aol- IdcolouMfJ which will place his .election, be way matters now stand, .beyond - all doubt. The Capt. was brought out by bis friends in different parts of the Dis trict and goes into the canvass against h...

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. — 8 February 1872

rrrT trrruarit b, 1872 1 - .n to all persons subject I subject I UJ"";n .it: Aiercnants. I . -- Claim Ag-" " 1 rw, iot, Art'sM' jwvfccrs, I lettOT ,res8 wagons, iiacus, trt, BulcfT,- rwlrrs. Hotel and Tav- Horse p-wiar, Liquor Dealers, rn .a" jutReving,iMuriJc lrfacninc ' forward and take Conj''c' they find their cases "..fPr0.:"!! M". r,i made my umy "J' h taxe' " V, n fhn wrt,r costs or trouble to all those - , Clerk Co. Court. Jan TMUTeacberf. - Tiaciiw- - - - . Jn , lnrdaf of February 1872 ml Second Sa tarda of 1 eary i t.t v in the remaie otuwi AH tescliers who have no certificate art rflue o a I . k nrewltL. 1. 1. J..AXP30X. B. II. Dung an, II. Pbesnell. . Examining Board. " " A3OIJNCEMETS. We are authorized and requested the name or cape. iMuaias Sudldate for State Sen- 5j! the vacancy occasioned by the resignation of Hon. W. K. Sevier. it - authorized and requested I rf-i rw m m to a-nouncfi .vwi. h nouncc Col. t' 2SSTra 7b J the re.ign.tion of iudTWoi. U. 6er- tde - . . .,i...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 February 1872

5 v - i I; v - ...'.'-.. : 1 1 4 r ;i THE N. Y: TRIBUNE. Th 'consolidation of Italy, po long fra caentary and important, into one powerful Mate, with itwmo as its capital: the hu miliation of Trance through a scries of tfttehing defeats, .ending with the'' siege and capitulation of her proud and gay metropoha; the expulsion of tlie -Jiour boiu from the nacljh throne, and th ubstitution for them of an action of the most liberal among royal houses; the vir tual absorption of the kingdoms of Saxol mj, Wurttciuberg. Bavaria, with lianden. Jlosse, the Har.se Towns, &c, tfader the lieadship of Prussia, into the triumphant and powerful empire of Germany; aud the arming of Russia to reassert her pre peodeiancc iu the councils of Europe, or to ptwocute her often postponed but ncv r reliaq.islied designs on the great city founded by Constantine and the vast -but 4taying tud anarchical dominion of the lultai; all combine to invest with pro found interest tbc ever-charging phases of oi Hdin...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 February 1872

WILL- H. FAIN. Arcadia, Tenn. sons r?' JJIOIIIH . TTALV .& FAIN, ,i rnncfllors at Law ittornej m!locoMntiesofm. 11 rtiitrii ni minor TEv'M. tM.aiHl m tin letl- - rrinclijrf' tE TENNESSEE. . dcc2Hf : : v jr AI.F. A. TAYLOR. -.'iHSOff & TALYOE, irWMEYS AT LAW jOXF'BOROrGH. TENNESSEE, Proapt attention given to the " Collection of Claims. ;nov3-iiiG - JAMES G. DEADEKIUH. jLttorney at Law and t Solicitor in Chancery, jojnsBono, texxussee. rf"VffirA in Grieham & Lnmpson's New YImar23 .". M LIS. It. L. hlair. M'LIN & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, COLLKCTIXO1 AGENTS, tnSBCrr. TENNESSEE. - . tnutinn zlvcn to all business , ' .Z f;,n tJ,ron-l.nt the counties t TT s"o fin 11 or , OFFICE unaer ftoou . . ( , 70octWy - E. N. GRIFFITH, ATToBNEY AT LAW, m roLLECTlNr AGENT. , oe o1t Kwn' Piiotoirui.h jniierr, in the j . jioonw 01 in ." -"-" 1 Jonesborongh, Tennessee. will tit' iirrl:il aitt'ntlon to the collrction of i i'limtnt t!jo (Jovt rnmriit. 1 S. J. KIKKPATRICK, REEVES V REEVES, Att...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 February 1872

"cFald and toKbmic. PUBLISHED EVHIY THURSDAY BY C. WHEELEX & SI. S. MAISOiEY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1872. OVRr CONSERVATIVE FRIEXDS." There is a class of Union men in our chantry, respectable . in intelligence . and numbers who believed tbat no disfran cfcitteroents and disabilities should Lave beii fmposod upon the participants in the rebellion. They argued that such a poli- cof.' "reconstruction was political pro-J scripuon ana oppression, ivwhji uunuimj oAnyjripqn -magnanimity aad American ctMvqnerera., They farther maintained that a perfect union could not be, unless ceuientod by the free will and friendship ofrlbe entire people, and all restoring schemes, involving political discrimina tions, would eventuate in the destruction ojk: Republican institutions; that the egor,il instead of law, must control a rest leV hagrined and beaten people who re ceiYeio iescouragement and kindness front their victors. They, also, asserted tbit hi' rebels baring failed to destroy tjie povern...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 February 1872

i i ESriYTEBRff ARV- . 1872. . n nersons siibicct l3 berel) f0 wit . Merchants, rrivUf -Sffl At5, Architects,Phy Uy5, f rti!,u. Brokers, Brew- lcians,Dent,sl - Wagons, Hacks, pj, Biitey y,ter, Hotel and Tav llorse r'd 3U rejar?, Liquor Dealer?, rn KCCpC Cne 4 sselling. Insurance yeln" C0J1C forward and take CouiPau,eS re tilCy find their cases ut UCe of the prop" authorities for lotJ180 mldc my duty bylaw ScT-uch taxes and I wish to do so 52STluycost. or trouble to all those i . - - - - A II'"" cd to meet th Examining Board cn Z 4cond Saturday of February 1872 at 0 o-S, in tLe emale School Build- 11 teachers who have no certificate It. II. DCNOAN, II. Prksnell. Examining Jioard. iOV.CELnETS. W Wc arc withorlznl and requested tr ., ...g 0f Capt, liiuaiAS to nini'uii: "Jate for State Sen-H-F'mVthracy occasioned by 10 ."".'Tr State Senator, to fill the va esuaidate for State . t n , t, of eaucj -a1V"Ji4i5 tdc jlon. Win. 11' Setier. canlv onioned by the resignation of Dr. Sevier. ' i ti...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 February 1872

i , 1 ! ,v:!!i ! ill ! 1 i it J 1 ? H . ' 'i . j 'r V rm, .r.nM 1AJ1L ""-V ""' -. " r,,m r,VI ' : t c-tt n . UVVOOMttJFtS E. CUB1.INS. I W W Wg Convention of Farmers. Epitoks CuiroSlcLE : The subjoin ed resolutions will explain themselves. They were unanimously adopted by tlie lioard of Directors of the Eastern Pivis ion "Fair at the meeting of the 17th inst. Tim is an important movement, and will accomplish good. No doubt the Presi dent will issue hi call at onco : . Resolved,-That we regard it as emi nently proper that a convention of farmers should bo held in this city at an early d nv on the first Thursday in May liCJtt. ., - Resolced, That the President of this Awociation be empowered, and hereby authorized, to Issue a call for such a con tention immediately, and that he request ea;h county in East Tennessee to send as tnny delegates as they may choose to at tend. aid Convention on the first Thurs day in May next. .Resolved, That the President be au thorized to appoint five mem...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 February 1872

"flOFESSIOZVAL. joH AI ' n Arcadia, Tenn. B,ouUtnm .-pa TAT V WSs at Knoxville. ,r snl 'fchims a speciality. - . ALF. A. TAYLOR. TjW & TAL.YOR, netting Agents,: roVESBOROUGII, TENNESSEE. attention given to the vCo&on of Claims. mo3-mf Attorney " Solicitor in Chancery, jOCSBORO, TEXXESSEE. Offippin Gri.ham & Lampson'sNew Sildmt (UP Stair.) No. 2. 71niar23 ' j. B. M K. I. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, .ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ASi VmUttTISG AGENTS, JOESBORO'. TENNESSEE. prompt attention given to all business ntru I r in throughout the eount.es ".npriri. l-l'Per Kn,t Tennessee OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octl3-ly E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTOBNtT AT LAW, asd COLLECTING- AGENT. ufleund.T Keen". I'hotoeraph Gallery, in the Kooms of the Assistant ArsrrsoT, Jonesborough, Tennessee. WIM ?'v,? I,'':,, attention to the collection of Cl"n ajkm.t tlie Govrrnnienl. 70jautoif S. J, KIRKP.A TRICK, REEVES & REEVES, Attorneys at Law, JO.NESBOROLCill, TEX.V, AD CKEE'VEVILLE, TEW. 00m;2Gtf A. J. BROWN,...

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. — 22 February 1872

riTBLISUED EVKKY THUlSSDAY BY C WHEELER & HI. S. JIAIIOVEY THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1872 THE PRESIDENCY. "With no interposition of preventin circumstances, the National Republican Convention will assemble at Philadelphia, on the 5th of June next. The duty of thia body will be to nominate their Na tional Standard-bearers and formulate I party platform; . Who these nominees will be, and what class of ideas and principles they "will champion, are Questions agitating the A press and populace of the entire country. The sudden determination to defer the holding of the Cincinnati Convention (which was to meet' the Cth of May) until after tho Philadelphia nominations were made, contains the highest significance. The aati-Grant Republican .element have con cluded go to Philadelphia and combat tho fortmnes and powvr of tho President, wd ia 'the evert of his nomination to abandon their noneecso and chocrfully support him ; or, to clothe ecew their Cincinnati shadow of an all-party alliance, ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 February 1872

mT TT?TTBJ V: FEBRUARY 22, 1872 m & Reeves, Attor- Jlcssrs. s. moved from the i - TP ncys nt i , now occuPTine SinA BuiUtog. f the Gri3ham & iLma "os. & ?n1 rhcv eniov the co i?m3 .. Thcv enjoy iub mu- Lamrson'munity and a goodly ftfcnce of th Jion. Their present share .of f Jvenient, and we know that quarters ndin rcadmess for busi- TB. Taylor, rhclps City Mo JpiiSlccept our thanks for a recent faror. Pstal Order. ntv-tLrcc postal orders sold for the iners Afrs A. A. Mathcs, an d Miss Fannie Y. I'ifcr, enigma send us correct answers t last week. Wanted. w'sill Taper are in rvf,r-oi)S UBfu"'B AH P" "" ...i .v.- u imi.lcs to ryjltrstl'il i 1IEALU K I.OCKJi. Knoxvillc, Tenn. nastrrCI.rlie WliUe. ' (,f Hawkins Co., sent us comet answer Jl5Uem recently published. Also Mr. Jai. U. liroyles oMX ashington. All UinuToM-rS- La-Wrircs atOmith g Co. ClironolscrI,, For the w? ek end ing to-day : Feb. I Stli l?t Sunday ia Lent. o"tfi Knrth'juake in Chili, 183.r. .. o.'J Vv'ashinzton'...

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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. — 22 February 1872

n I V t t I I i; ? w I: w i! ft t; if i :! ' .1 i . I.!? i : .i , t TITE INDEPEXDjCXT FAR!tIElI. It the sailors Kin? of the w indy deep, Let the soldiers praise their armor, But in my hetrt this toast I'll keep The Independent Farmer. "When the first rose, in robe of green, Unfolds Its crimson lining, And around his cottage porch. id seen The honeysuckle clinging; When banks of bloom their sweetness yield To bees their gathering honey. Hvdrivts his team across the field, When skies are soft and sunny . The blackbird clucks behind the plow, The quail pipes long and clearly, Yon orchard hides behind its bough The home he loves so dearly. The gry and old barn doors unfold Hia ample store in measure. Xore rich than heaps of hoarded gold A precious, blessed treasure; While yonder in the porch there stands Hiv wife, the lovely charmer, The sweetest rose on alljhis lands The Independent Farmer. To him the Spring comes daneingly", To him the Summcrjblushes; Tae Autumn smiles with mellow ray...

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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. — 29 February 1872

OFESI03fAL -WILL- II. FAIN. Arcadia, Tcnn.. FAIN & FAIN, Attorneys and Conncellors at Law ties of upper tt " t ollrtS at Knoxville. rvl na . 1 ' n claims a speciality. TENNESSEE. 1pc2I" . . ,u Jr. ALF. A. TAYLOR. TALYOR, J0I1,, ' - ilTOBIfEJS AT LAW tfollftting agent jOKKSBOROrGH, TENNESSEE. iven to tne .nov3-n:0 "jAMES G. DEADERICK, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOESBOBO, TEXXESSEE. nffire in Grisbam & Lampoon's New ffi-g. (UP SfinO No. 2 7 1 mar23 j. b. m ux- It. I'. KLAIR. jI'LIJf & BLAIR, jtTTORSEYS r LAr- COLLECTING AGENTS, .JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. PROMPT attention Sivn. to all business .iSl,., throughout tho counties f mm ,-1.l.r v..st Tennessee. .OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octI3-Iy E. N". GRIFFITH, UTTUHNST AT UW,- AOEST. tCiwnn.l.T K'i IMiotocniph Gallery, in the KoomKof llif Asxut.-iiit Assffsor, Jonesboroi-igh, Tennessee. WILL piv- op-i i il :il tfiition t the collection of Jlaim aiiiiiJi't I lit- Ooveriiiueut. 7uj:initf KIEKPATHICK, BEEVES Ac R...

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. — 29 February 1872

, . I mrxr n pj i irir - w i " i 11 t - v l i: I ft 1 - Pit... Ipralcl ami Svilnwc PUBLISHED EVEliY TnUTlSDAY BY rv WHEELER & HI. S. Iff AIIOXEY THURSDAY, FEBHUAllY 2D, 1872. THE "NiTIV DEPARTURE." No matter bow ridiculously "istrango" tlie "Baxter pnper" way appear to the rebel-pure and treason-devoted Democrats -of Tennessee, the "New Departure" ia the eevcrest and most dangerous blow they baro received since their accessicu to Voirer. Scoff and sneer at the movement mnr-h tllOV D1SV. tllCV Camiot ECOff and sneer the fact out of existence, that b movement is ramdlv cawing inornen- lion and a formidable force of numbers. Since events have demonstrated beyond all cavil that the Rebels, have resolved that a commis&iou in the Confederate ar my or the high proof of equal service to . b -Lost Cause" feball be the only pasa porta to official honors, the Union element of the Conservative party have become lukewarm and are ready to "depart," and vail not upon the order of their goi...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 February 1872

,A. c::r7rFEBBUARY V, 1872 AdVff" eVf .. . nitention to tbe card of WeComn.creial Agent of the J. A. f rni of Wisenfield & Co., well kSScis, C Daltimcre, Md. Vholcsawtl? tiyc of Washington jlr.Bucbicr her gtju reside8. countv,cr0 jjifiod him in every way Our liam H1fiJence, and we trust worthy of fcinl a liberal share of their they fill e,s0nce a poor toy he has by jatronaSV jj0DCsty and fair ' dealings I wSlfintoapce of trust and jr i li be fills with ability unsur JPj" Sealers in this country will con r'tmnnl favor by extending him a rtf welcome when next he cornea ire,! call attention to the card of Mr'v S Orccnway with Tucker Smith 3 - i W J l'arker with fcamuel fo They are both gentlemen "fiit -and represent two of the beat tlVoL They are both de; S of patroaogc and fchould receive it wberver they go. Tn another column will le found the JirtinSitof CanBeld brother & Co Jewelers. Baltimore. This by far the t l ou- in the City, and doing bus., icf o . so larea scale they ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 February 1872

r Kast Tennessee, Feb. 19th, 1872. i Messrs. Editoks : All lands are not adapted to plaster or gypsum ; and cons" jueutly if yon have not been in the habit " of using plaster on your land you bad bet ter begin sparingly : that is, not Ufce a great deal until you have tested it on your particular soil. On dry land it will ofti n in rease your crop of clover nine hundred per cent., that is, you will get ten loads of bay where you would only get one with out it. ; On marshy or wet lands where the water stands in the Winter or Spring, Tl have never known it to do any good ' whatever. I am often asked when to tow plaster, bow much to sow to the acre, and in what state to sow it. whether wet or ."dry? I answer, always sow your plaster between the first and middle of April, -later will not do near so well. I have seen half or two-thirds lost by late sow ing; never nind whether there are clover leaves to catch it or not, it is not the leaves it is the ground that is benefited. One-balf bush...

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