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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 March 1872

mil II VIM D i )"I f ) f i r NEWS SUITIMAKV ; , Great floodVaro lc vastatinff the South 1'cnn. Arcadia, Tenn. - r-. r- FA" m & FAUX and Ctnncfiiors at. Law ' . ... :.. n the count ics of upper All. Av1.:resce: ami in the eu Y rlSconrUat Knoxville. . koicUii'aCiaiuy. ,UcC no TENNESSEE. r. ,lci rtf r . Ir. AJ.F. A. TAVIOR. joir aim , se.-w : AT LAW ' jo.VE?BOKOrGIl.. TENNESSEE. t attention given to the sPCollectioa of Claims. "jAMES G..DEADERICK. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOE5K01tO, ' TOXESSEE. Office w Grisbam & Lampson's New UuiiJu-g. (L'p Stairs) No. 2. TlraarVS b. MS. K. 1j- UIjAIK. )'LTi & BLAIR, JTTORSKYS AT LAW, AS COLLECTING AGENTS, JONESBOROY TENNESSEE. ITOMI'T :itt-..ti.,n Kivcn to all business vomprW.. I'mmt hart ' -'; OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. roocti.My T5"7 G-RIFFITH, ATTOKNKY AT LAW, ajd )I.IECTINO AGENT. offiP ..n.l.T Kn.-n-- rJ..t..(rrs.li Oull. ry, in thn (..m.i or ill- Aii!taiU AsMor, Jonesborotigli, Tennessee. WJI I -ivf fH-i:il :iit....

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 March 1872

iCmaltl aud Submit. PrBXOSnED EVERY THURSDAY BY C WHEELER A M. S. JTIAIIONEY .THIJKSD AY, MARCH 7, 1872. tion. The Departure of Nelson and Baxter is striking a deep terror in the Star Chamber" of the Democracy. Their repudiation of Democracy is irre vocable. They stood not upon the order of their going but went at once. Does a single rebel endorse their persist ent demand to tend delegates to Cincin- THE PRE3IDEXC1T. i nan r :ioi one. e sceaaiasuy main- lil -Alt 11 1 1 Notwithstanding the determined stand iam in" lBe sc,sm 19 '"eparanie netween tcfeich minr leading RcDablicans have ta ken in ornosition to General Grant as the medially displayed, and the other is "rV.inAAktM of th Renublican nartv for th- loJai ,n preierence to a aisiovai amance & . next Presidency, his prospects for renomi 'nation by the Philadelphia Convention FOB OEI. W. A.QDARLES. re. daily brightening. 1" A recent article in tne sfiruBiiie JSee, - .. ' . :f !i iL! -11 !i. If The ordinary small talk of opposi...

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 March 1872

MARCH 7, 1872 c er A"'r , ,ttnt:on to the New ti - jD mis w r-r A -Tprinter's Stock at the low- "gr " In He hal been Buffering for a long Gilbert. ue "xiTth Afflicted. The public is respectfully informed i ! T intend to revisit Jonesboro on, t iir March the 12th for one day only. T Around at the Washington House. rchoul will not be able to draw Jfromthereabodyfund. S. M. Cart- nd conducts his school admirably Badly Needed. Our country friends would do well to arihWlii their produce of whatever kind, specially flour andcornnicaL WlLto"n7kIcUyfathw.Uk some . I i view of the muddy season, to do lTibvlngBr,,treet8 In passable onfrr? Answers ( PrMemfc i Tili0, t l. r Branch; Doc. Gar andM. C. K., Fall Branch, send us correct answers to pro blems recently publi.-hed, viz.. Mathematieal Problem, No. 1, 32,.U. Barrel of Flour, No. 2, 7,4Cj. Problem. Henry found a purse of money and agreed to divide the ame with himself ,)J two brothers, in the proportion of 0ne-half, one-third, and one-four...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 March 1872

"I V . - -v i I ii n r i I? It 1 :it K". i . ! M :f1l ..lieanUfyiu? Farms. 'Grcitfrr&gress, snfs the Otaertrlias teen made within twenty., years among the' farmers of tlie country, not only in making their farms productive, but tci&X- fyig them more attractive. 1 ins, m a Iargs measure, is the result of prosperous. farm ing. Those who hal debts to pay did not feel able to expend much in ornament ing their places ; but since they have freed themselves trom this uuruen tiiey have been more disposed to attend to , the ap pearance of things. i-Therc hasbcen also an advance m taste There are not so many now as formerly who decry all attention to the ornamental as waste .of time and money. This race of niggardly and poorlsh men is fast dy ing out. Increasing intelligence, cultiva tion of agricultural'reading, tho formation of-agricultural societies, the infusion of a larger element of educated and cultivated men into the profession, have had a power ful influence in securing more ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 March 1872

7 .. JK .--- . TV' WILL. H- TAIN. .. I .. . . Arcauta, cuu. snecialitv. oii'V.tifliec, i,,fVvTVlLLE TENNESSEE. ALF. A. TAYLOR. "f.cnw & TALY0B. ATTORNEYS AT LAW JOVESBOROUGII. TKNNL. , t attention given to the FromPCoUection of Claims. - ,ov3-in0 "jAMSS G. DEADERICK. Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, It. I. U t. A I U. j. B. M MS Al LIN & BLAIE, ASU COLLKCT1NG AGKNTS, J0NE3B0B0. TENNESSEE. Pkomi'T uttvntUt't ffwii to all bnsluo-ss I ' throughout the cou..t.,-s OFFICS v.ador Koen s Gallery. ;jocti:My "e7n. GRIFFITH, roi.LECTINtt AGENT. (.a..C..r Kon-. Pl.otosrni.li . Oallrry. in th liDi.Ui of the A.sisuuu A"'or, Jonesboroiigh, Tennessee. U.S. aitt-nlion to tlw coilecuon or ( u.nn "S"" '-Bl Oovernintnt. :a.ii.''ir sTjTkirkpatrice, urr.vrs & reeves, Attorneys at Law, JO.GSUOROUUII, TEXX., CRECM1VILI.E, TESX. 69liZ'itf A. J. BROWN, Aturney at Law. and " CoIIcctiM? A'fiit, JonesboroTigh, Tennessee, ProMI'T .ittiMiti.iii civt-u to rolloctions in Kiifl Ti-imes.-i-, an....

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 March 1872

PUBLISHED EVEKY TmniSDAY BT C. WHEELER A HI. S. FIAII02VEY THUKSDAY, MARCH 14, 1872.. PRESIDENTIAL WOMIXATIOX. I; . It is not the part of wise men to un , derate the ability r power of these who ma j be opposed to tbem in any lino - of policy tby may choose to adopt ; and for this reason vre are willing to admit that many of those who now oppose the re .'lectioi of President Grant are men of acknowledged ability, who have done a large ,hare toward controlling public opinlea touching the great political issues ifcW iave been before the people for the jNurt twenty years. They are men of ,great sagacity and long experience and Tnany of them have a reputationjfor 'politi cal honesty that has never been questioned. The niOBt iurprisiDg part ' of the affair is that men of their stamp should expend M much energy to accomplish the defeat f m man who has done more toward car rying out the pet ideas which these same gentlemen have spent the larger portion f their political lives in advocating...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 March 1872

..--- - ... .- . . .. .... . . . ... -..j... ..-. i .f ..t. .j-.. -T - -m , - , in in rtlH'lHI l "If I I ri " T' I --rllr r " ' r " ' "'' ' " ' '. ' ." " '"-'J c i . ! - - -- - - - . . T1 Ail I rTYlAllCH 14, 1872 A-- , A announce the . ,r SU0"! A. FEBUARY, Of " . f JOS-'". . ..ri-uintirTrii.4. proe 0' " "ndide.,v". rTTIn7i reouested to an- 77.. illl"""' ihorieu james Haws, as a ..rfl we.r.h Trustee, at the Au .i..nirpn nested to an nuie 01 ' ... ..... .. . i:...fe lor . J - Vnl.i;p:,n 'tf houe,t!y gotten uy. liui"--, . . Subject iu"f"" Ttinfpr's Stock at the low- Eastern pri rices i at i'- nirD g(1ddenlylast:ruecdaynight,near On . ti,ir plonirine to .Mr. 00 Cherokee, and kdled .nfliifK wi i"1r " ... James Haw. 4, will be seen ia to-dajs issue this gen ftSn ta announced himself a cand.dat. Lr Count y Tnwtee. We Lave known Mr. ws orLnyjcur. and take pleasure yin? that ho u lle"fc c,tf Ind TLuldh.be elected, will mak. a trustworthy officer. Brown's Catalina, the best Wine Tonic for man...

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. — 14 March 1872

I w. - iVTCtfiATj - m4- rrril,jy"---"r' ;- .-.f - . . i H ..,.-. ;?:.. tv. j " ' uiwiiu ..j - - - - -fiT:fI i TY.nREniOCE to a remit-expo, is- n-wi . Salt Fertilization. " Its acts mainly as aTcl.tiiuIcal agent to dissolve silica, which gives stillness to the " straw, and which forms an essential part of the hull or kernel." It does not, bow- , ever, show any decided advantage for cer . eals snch as wheat and rye, unless used ! with the nitrate of soda, which is now im- ported and sold at moderate prices in New York. Equal parts of nitrate and salt axe found to be much, better than the same weight of either ' alone. Sown as a top dressing on rank pastures, it reduces the quantity of herbage, but improves its -quality, making the grass sweeter and more tender, so that cattle graze upon it with more avidity. It is a cciCc man- vure for mangel-wurtzel, but while it great ly incrersesthe crop, it is thought by many 'that the nutritive properties are lessened. On the right kind ef soils ...

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. — 21 March 1872

1ST - ' ' ' tV- nTTlV Wttl. FAIN. ' -,0.rll icin. Arcadia, Tenn; . rjSK &.-FAI,:',;. ittorneys and Ccuncellors at Law retire in alUhe counties of upper ; AVEtS Vcnieee,nml ill the Fed 1 " ic.nirt'iHC Courts at Knox ville. rand;, Lot' claims a speciality. ln"k'NTVl' ILLE TENNESSEE. v ALLISON ,Jr AI.F. A. TAYLOIl. ALLISON & TALYOR, ATTORNEYS AT LAV vrsnOROUGH. TENNESSEE. . attention Kiven J"-'" 4-V jtomv- .-tin n of Claims. ,Hov3-iiC 'TjrcTa TJEADERICK, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOXESBOBO, 'TEX LESSEE. Office i Graham & L-pson s New Building. (Up Stairs) iNo. 2. 71nwr23 J. - M US B. t.. BLAIR. Jl'LIN & BLAIR, JTTORSEYS AT LAW, A'I C0L1XCTLNG AGENTS, jOSESBOBCr. TENNESSEE. .nation alven to all business VKO?7tl .s .ro&lH..,t the counties OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 4 70octI3-ly E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTUBNKY AT LAW. A.t A1 roLLKCTINO AGENT. K'l-r K-n' riiotosraph OMl.ry, lu the V Koouis of the Assistant Affir, JonesTDoroTigh, Tennessee. WILL "l-fi'l atten...

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. — 21 March 1872

Smaltl ami vilumc. PUBLISHED EVERY TlU IiSDAY BY .V!-C, 11ICEL)CR & 71. S. TIAIIOXEir tti THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1872. THE X1ETIAII(; DUT1'. . The denial of office Lolding and elec tire franchises to the participants in the . yifbeIlion was .imperatively demanded by too exigencies of a great social and po Jitical revolution, and, in fact, was the tine qua non of a perfect and permanent t f restoration of the Union. It was uot to i V to (rapposed that men embittered fcy a protracted and sanguinary contest with a Government against whose authority they iiid revolted, and whose animosity' was , intensified ly the cbigriu and mortifying disappointments of defeat would at once popular selection of this class of officials seems to bo in perfect harmony with our comprehensive system of elective Govern ment. On the other hand, the system of appointment is a most potent ageney of corruption, the history of the country proves. Patronage is generally dispensed for "services rendered" by the a...

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. — 21 March 1872

.t 1 1 f ivaslilnfftaa ouatr- IP . inmlidnt for V 1 ncreljan- - u Conrt fif .Vt 6 Liav ernuivg el' ofec for tomc time T iu- ePIi nfion of U PartieS interctite(I rv, tte tfeD .ich I have discharged tf-B9" nonine. Believing a sober, S t J mat 'uv r and obliging Llcik, 1 S ... honest, claims wlelv upon tie manner ClSilavctofore conduct, the . f the off.ee i yine i nntrauiniel- . r,u -ll ofthe ocorde I" .F .....Mir,!, with the Toton, W tie aiaiiDi . --j ith wboac decision at trie i .t ennntV. W Jloxlll te entire 0 l. " 'i- uMisfid- HEELER. reqacs I "'.I. iJullX 11. C-BAW- ?:'t c"rt Clerk, at the ensuing election in August next. t ;'e .rTrTctei and authorized to an- . S t '"core McWierwn as a can. Sruofgton Count, "it tbe August election. f A. HonTOK JIbotlbi. Candidate JrCu-flV Trustee at the August Llcc- He an' auin'r'u . I..C1.PU to A. announce the Fkbi'akv, of V" place a- a candidate tor ounty 1 rus C;t the AHgnrt hlection . J i ns- hararc authoriztrJ sml requested to a..- - J.r th" ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 March 1872

THE MONARCH OF THE FIELD Among Ihe fine old kings that reign Upon a simple wooden throne, There's one with but a email domain, But, mark you, it is all his own. And though upon his rustic towers No ancient standard waves its wing, Thickleafy .banners flushed with flowers, From all the lragraut casements swing. And here, in royal homespun, Lew His nut-brown court at night and morn, The bronzed field marshal of the plow. The chancelor of wheat and corn ; The keeper of the golden stacks. The mistress of the milking pail ; The bold knights or the ringing axe, The heralds of the sounding flail ; The ladies of the new mown hay. The master of the spade and hoe, The minstrel of the glorious lay, That all the sous of Irecdom know. And thus, while on the reasons roll, He wins lrom the inspiring sod The brawny arm and noble soul That serve Lis country and huuou. lynched Wood Ashes. "My opinion of soapers' ashes," says cn English, farmer, "is confined to the appli cation of it as a top dressing...

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. — 28 March 1872

vvii.b K. r.M-v. . 1 JOilAfSo. Arcadia. Tenn. .- Six & fain, ifs nd Canncellors at Law A'orB ,..in!n the counties of upper ilfBl'fl.. in the fced- Y ' , e Com s at K iioxville. Btt".Welil.- speciality. - '"VorNTVnK TENNESSEE. ALF. A. TAYLOR. arUSOS & TAIY0R iSoBKEYS AT LAV J0y ESBOROl'G H, TENNESSEE. -nt attontir'xi given to th oaPCo&ctiCn of Claims. . "tfES G. DEADERICK, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, jOffSBOBO, TENNESSEE. ?.?dfnl(L-pStairS)Xo.2. .10 71roai-' " -r lt. j,. IJI.AIK. ' ' jI'LIN & BLAIR, jTTOnXKYS AT LAW. A SD COLLECTING AGENTS JQNESBOROV TENNESSEE. iven to all business 1'ROMrT ntt.-nt.on , tl'.c coimtic ntriww'l tV- ?. r K- -t Tennessee. OFFICE undsr Keen's Gallery. TOoctiJ-ir . E. N. GRIFFITH, AromrAIUW.W(t AOENT. ..n.der Kn". Vwt..zr,iVl, Halicry, in the 0C" K."B.of the A-iiant A.vfM.r. Jonesborongh, Tennessee. WII 1 civ.i'-.i.la"tnli-)Mt.ilic.Jll:naof anainM ll"' (Jovrrumeiil. ;rfj::i!tf sf j. KIRKPATRICX, REEVES HEEVF.S, Attorneys at La...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 March 1872

PPBLISIIED EVKKT TIIUESDAY BY C WIIEELEIt V 51. S. JTIAIIO.XEV 11 ;.-! THURSDAY, MARCH, 28.- 1872. !i 1 THE CIXCI.XATI COMVE V TTOX. nrw nnlitical kit which is exnect- .-.! -d tp commence ita rcrial flight from Cin-i'-cidiiati oa or about tlo Ctli day of May ! ' text with the Democratic party to serve ma tbe tail wm certainly . uc u inuinsi) to the class of flying machines to which it purports to belong. . In its makfe up the canal order of architecture is likely to be x tensed, in this that it will have a rc aaarkablj small body attached to which wilLb tail of comparatively hnge di aacosioca. The most verdant reboot boy vooid never commit a blander bo palpa ble aa this. Common sense would teach him that the diminutive body in attempt ing to support such an enormous length of tail would be brought to the ground the first trial. And this new party com posed aa it is expected to bo of a con temptibly am ill number of disappointed : Republican Office Seekers to tako the lead, expecting...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 March 1872

V .' - - " '- ". ii i i n.i ., 4tx.i i iitaaMnm i i ii .i ill i i n ii i i . . .: ...t T)n T I inn ii I 1 WIT " "- " '" " -"- " -"-'-- -SaV, MARCH 2. 1872 --rVters f Washington County. T hereby announce myself a candidste for Clerk of the Circuit Court of tendon 'unt-v' Tennessee, at the eUetioain August, 1872. Hav tnralDr'. :fj li e office for some time T in ''ticBtiou of all parties iutere-ted ,iU! -..;rr in which I Lave .:i.h..rc"d j :,sJeT(-lvii-;ipon me. Jx-vmg UatLit the people ucMro a sober, . olligiug Ocrk. I ' rr daims solely rtpn the manner lklC,!';, T i.ivc heretofore conducted the in -' 1 -1 desire a full, free and uutrammel- i.drreionof the will of the people ;ntLis election, I shall take no undue .jT.nUge of wj opposing candidate, but Je.ve tic matter entirely with the voters f tie county, with whose decision at the box I iljall bt entirely satisfied. C. Wheeler. Tand requested to enounce the name of John II. Cravv Joi u a candidate for the office of C,r cait Court Cle...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 March 1872

n w 1 t - 1 in U'i 1 1 n J t - J Iessbs.Kdixors: , t ....4. " XLati ecn it stated ia your paper that I County Fair Jlas-become a' fixed.' fact. Vipartilv clad, and I doubt not tbe managers expect a great . deal of advice so I offer mine now. J. 'Uto-' attended a good many fairs, and We always noticed tbat the most fruitful 'tirce of trouble and bard feelings ia in awarding premiun s; tbe disappointed par ; ties claiming tbat the judges were biased ; ' fior do I believe a man was ever called pon to do a barder tank than to give an unbiased verdict between two individuals : vithwbom bo is acquainted, so to make It easier.for tbe Judges, and fairer for tbe ' Competitors, let all property both for ex i.:w::r comoetitiou be checked, the .-owner receiving a dnplicate check, and t,w b kent in as much ignorance . JAMvomUe. I know it will x. i;nlt for the Judges of fetock if they are citizens of the county, to be .'t. nnVonre of whose stock they are :.j..;nAtthe fruits of handicraft, and l,n...

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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. — 4 April 1872

lFf" - r- - r WILL- H. FAIN. Arcadia. Tenn. uiitvi"1' -n TAT . i Ar, andC:nncrllors at Law UtorBfJ ,K. comities of upper i 1 lTKF vniiesee,aiitl 1,1 W ,.m "court at Knoxville. TENNESSEE. ALF. A. TAYLOR. TALYOR, IV.II. TENNESSEE. j0N'fci t.ntion given to the Prolctxof Claims. I nov3-ni" : -MSIES G. DEADEEICK. Attorney a AJ4V! ist-ar-""- 71roar-23 B. L. BLAIR. j. . w us. jriilS & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT LA W, ' COUNTING GENTS, TENNESSEE. . rU-iTi to all business OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. TDorltt-'r E. XT. GRIFFITH, 4TTOC- AT LAW, -cTlNO AQEJfT Venn's Photorrapn wanrry,i - ; . - I I Jonesborotigfl, Tennessee. wiu ;wl'd -Mention to the eoltocUon of j o j KIRKPATRICK, REEVES A BEEVES ittnrnevs at La, JO.ESBOItOri1I. TEX5T., A. J. BROWN, AMrJ t Law, nnl ('llectinr Aent Ton-sborousli, Tennessee, i Tennessee, i'roMrT nttPinimi "iven to collections in j Tattmi"" r'' v ,11M..rM-. and Southwestern j DENTISTRY. J. T. AZIER, D. D. S., JOSrSlSOKOM-II, TEN.V. TERMS CASH. "0;ir2Hf DR. C. WHEELER...

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. — 4 April 1872

li and people, without invoking an appeal to kthe loternational code if not to arms? ' We believe we Lave illustrated as a Triruusuku kVkuv -thuksoa y by o'WltEKLlBlt A 'Tti; Si IAIIOJEY 'THURSDAY, APlllL 4, 1; Jllbf-t: DA VIS; TME ASTI '. 'aitAST CAXDIDATE. , It'iW alioinsted fact that the unbounded coufiJenc of tWSTiiitcd' Lincoln entrust dkv Ju-ePayis.of, iHinoiSf 'tbe .Ligh ert legaf trtut of th country. It is no 1?M trae that during tho crisi of the re bellion, He was frequenter of the "White lloose, and wa the constant adviser of its ocruoant whilst 'detracted and "burden ed with the iairevatid rosponsibilitiea of a terrible "war. It inaj be true that Lis counsel was invaluable in penetrating and destroying the forces of the rebellion, and in bringing the nation successfully out, of tho multitude of bar dangerous besetmcnta. lid may, too, Lave been a consistent and devoted Republican; to whom our rescued nation u immensely indebted. Iu their da v. Aaron Burr and Benedict ArnId...

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. — 4 April 1872

AND TRIBUNE. u nvY APRIL 4, 187: jSCESIEXTS. . nce myself a candidate for lVt' , Vk of the Circuit Court of tU5 ,Lntr. Tennessee. at the h,UM in August, Di'pc j tbo 0ffice for some tim I in attention of .11 parties intoned fi" in which I have discharged :ie "Lj.ine upon mc. Believing .i f the people desire a sole sober. I . Iifllie: 'm , :... aolelv upon the manner tkUclcrctof-rc condBC,e1 th bff aU f. fre and ,intrammel- ,iftJgoi J r -M, the Toters jere the mat itter euinw.j ith whose decision at tha .i . r.lr wit C. Wheeler. "Xn?nrnd requested to We are autuu.."- r Craw; rCoV the e.uinS elects i .arntt filt. in - - - . J .t)mricd to an- S W McrierSJn a. a can. "a;"" Mcf V. Count, Hi lagBstjiIeetiO lv77reesbI ,f i HUKTOS ItaoYLW. Cand,d.t. f'r C.u.ty Trust-- at the Aojnst Llec ta. re iuthorized to announce the We are lata ' 1'' ,-, lA.rnimirTrus. r JOSKIMI i.ijnlire. asa canum-ic a. . XXl the Aujust KUction. vvTsrTniithorized and requested to an r ih" name of Jamki H Aws. as a Coun...

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. — 4 April 1872

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