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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 May 1872

SVEUT TIlCESDAY BY 'CB & IrtAIIOXEY. , 12 00 pr Annum in advance. -r- a TTTTrTTTPiTTtffi- CMS ' ..rtinn...: 1 00 lnJ?ach iin-quent insertion.. 75 Tbr-e10"1 ...8 00 ,..,..12 00 25 00 , 40 00 "1 column Ope Year , 75 OO 140 00 .(1vcrtipe"'nts due when inserted, . Si,n cial agreement. here KJJhcr of insertions ot marked, Sn,bl.LV will be incited "til for- jr'.V,i Miarired acconunsu . . , ' innonnwnient ot camtmates .or M' -:.,hlv in advance. Li.'" XT rOE TIIR DIIA1.I i .! A nOBSEDACK BIDE. V ALPHA. - ,'"'' ' Out in the rw t.t pril,s breeze. iftl-!u Vrecii leaf-laden trees i . irrt lit 1.11 - BcDia'th thi- nn the river Miorc , before ! S10W and wire th J , Btar roc W"c ir" ForSKt ins '?r or on'the hiH, re thro' the water clear, irEB MDE, 4th, K ; rrWWC C1STLES U THE 1IR. . -t,;, worU is full of trouble, there is noth ing here but woe, flard.-hip, toil at'd struggle, no matter whre we go ; Do hat we n.ay, go where -we will, r.-e're never free trom care, Xbi world we know is nothing bu...

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 May 1872

wnUd and Smlnuw, PUBLISHED EVERY THCTU5DAY BY C. U IIECI.ER & Id. S. MAIIONEY THURSDAY, MAY 1C, 1872. UK. GREELEY'S l'ROMACIA- Greeley Las already announced tbat he . 'trill retire from the field and choose the least of two evils, if the copperhead spirit should insist upon reviving the dead is sues of the past, and seek to take advan tage ot the Republican division only to restore the IJourbon Democracy to power, He trill be as good as his word, for in such an event all the politicians in cxi&tencc could not prevcut his following the course he has marked out before and sioce his nomination. New York Herald, May Oth The white-hattcd philosopher of. the Trilune, the Sage and Farmer of Chap- paqua and the nominee of the Cincinnati mongrel Convention of Protectionists and Free-Traders cs'.;s Democrats to giveim a "helping hand" on his ill-starred pilgrim ace to the "White House," but he, him- eclf, would refuse with characteristic and . proverbial obstinacy to return the compli...

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 May 1872

" - War - i v m . . ' a a. .' - y . ,- ""' - - - - -SDAY, MAY 16, 1872 NQTJNCEMENTS. -fCTREME COURT JUDGE. "TTZT 1 1 th o ri 7. c 1 to announce lion 'If L ni.AND as a candidate for Judge V.hP Supreme ouri,io iui me vswiicy n",i,ned ly the resignation of Judge c,a Election first Thursday in A iijust orcUIT COURT CLERK. "The'voters r "WnsIilnCn County. I hereby announce myself a candidate for tbe office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of WVbington County, Tennessee, at the ,na'mc election in August, 1872. Hav ineoccupicl the office for some time I in vU the attention of all parties interested to tbe manner in which I have discharged the duties devolving upon me. Believing r MIT' , . ... - 411 T?otUt the people uesire soucr, jempetent honest, and obliging v,ieric, i . , a. - mv claims laims solely upon tne manner . i l t ,,,. heretofore conducted the B Willi" buneof the office. A I d'etre a lull, iree snu uuvruuimei- i.j .rnres-ion of the will of the people in this election, I AM take no...

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 May 1872

HE ONCE LOVED Ml- BY SALLIE A. BROCtf.' " tn the light of a col J pale moon A naid as fair as a lilly white, "Was wearily crooning a sad old tune To the listening: ear of night ; And this was tlie drear refrain, linftm an-av on thf Tt-inlaof the iea Cau-rht no on the eursre of the ighing main "He once loved me." "He told me the story sweet, "In a dusk of the tropic skies, "When zephyrs the waiting flowers greet, 'And the stars unclose their eyes; While his kisses npon my cheek Toll liV- th frnTiint (lCW In the thirsty throats of the hlossom meek I thought him untrue. 'I thought thai he told me true There was love in his soul-lit eyes There was love in their depths of hluc -There was love in the melting sighs ; Iritheholvhlush of even, - When the flowers drink glad the dew, lie said : "I swear by yon star-gemmed ... heaven , I love but you !" "Bnt another across his path ' Came, with her heanty more bris'ht ; And he for?ot his oath and his faith ' Forgot his TIeaven-heard plight; To ...

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 May 1872

ISKEl) EVERY THURSDAY BY, - HfJGUXl & ITIAIIOAEY. jpft: 2 00 pr Annum In advance jgjIS . FOR ADVERTISING.. ,iarepnc insertion, l 00 Each subsequent Insertion.-. 1 . 75 Three Alontns, . .;.5 00 '"Six - " r ....... ..8 00 ... i Tun T -1 O w i rolnmn One Year.... .....25 00 lt " ...,.40 XX) o .......... ...75 00 J "... 140 oo alt. advertisements dne when Inserted. vss upon special agreement. Where number of insertions is not 'marked, ' Srertfeements will be inserted ? til for fu" and charged accordingly. - - , , far the announcement ot candidates for tte Office, $10; County, $5; Municipal, tSjgTariably in advanee. - " A FjXTASIA, T ' . pi oli veb ' wejtDEti; holme'r. Kis mine ycIitie'auteons morn Blushing J"to Xifc'uew born 1 , r wild me violets for my hair. ' And the rnsset robes to wear, And thy ring of rosiest hue Set lu drops of diamond dew! - Kiss my check, thou noontU;,. -fry, From wy love so far awa-j . ., .Let thv splendor streaming down Turn ft puled Wlies brown, ' J 'Till...

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. — 23 May 1872

Y7 PUBLISHED EVEKY THTTESDAY jBT C WIIEELEK & W. S. jrlAII03TEY THURSDAY, 51 AY 231872. f A DESPOTISM INDEED. v Ten years ago, the Southern Confed - racy was bouyaot,. sanguine and despotic v in the luxurious plentitude of . its power t and glory. -Nearly a-iUlioa of chiTalrofts C mT ant fm-nttcSofetbrbn stood behind tvnnets. cannons and breastworks, each 'one inspired with an earnestaeeiTand zea as i if his individual endeavors were the " pivotal point on -jrhtch" Ihe destinies of the fi";; Ftonth would ' turn.' ThVtofifederaV armies had achieved many important . vie "torics; Prisons were swarming with blue "e liveried captives' Franco 'was "watching the struggles with selfish interest' and bad ?'?JaA MT'miT!iari on a Mexican throne -England had invested largely in the Con federate Cotton Loan rescued .Mason and Slidell, the Confederate "embassadors, from our guardianship and"the favor" o Z. the Crown had permitted the construction mi TlritUh nhin.varAn. of iron - vessels to pr...

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 May 1872

1872 authorized to announce Ve(lTeT ispm candidate for Judge frcl,Zreme Court, to All the vacancy ,U,e"l"bv the resignation or Judge .ioucanj first Thur8day Ju ' tew";. COURT CLERK. Voters ,f Wnsliingtn County. ' . x. announce myself candidate for t of Clerk of-the Circuit Court of foeton ' County, . Tenneosee, ,?at ;the S election in August, 1872. ; Ilav ' h office for some time l m- tfe attention of all parties Interested ""u: manner in which I have discharged ,...:. devolving upon me. Believing v,1,at tbe people dewre aobt 'Ipetcat, honest, and obliging Clerk, I w r- , " r.llv noon the manner .hkh I bave heretofore conducted the . !.. r.r the office. i -rt . full, free and untrammel V.ion of the will of the people -l.Dt.ge of an, opposing candidate, but matter entirely with the voters :t, whose decision at the of tneeoumj. k.llot box I shall be ent.relysatufi.ed. " " ' C. WlIEELER. . j raoncKted to tc. ... Btittiorueu i IS Court Clerk, at the enng election i in August next. - SHE...

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. — 23 May 1872

THE GLORY OF LIBOR The brow of Labor wears a wreath , Of honor, wrought by hands of love. Whose flowers shall triumph oyer death. Ana riper grow aDove. "When God shall call the toiler hence, And crown him with his recompense, 'fhn shall all stains of moral sense, i All imperfections die. - am in meir place snail shine tue . grace -iVi iniiiiunamy. . When Toil makes Virtue's self hi Pride, - And walks the path where angels might aogetuer walk, all-punned, - Without one fear blight. i Then may the eyes of mortals seo . How pure, how heaven-like can be 21anU earthly glory, and how free From wanton shame and sin; . -Then may we learn how brightly burn .The soul's great fires within. The lowliest creatures of His hand . . May work great end, toil not iu vain, For every humble act in. grand, If It be free from stain. ' Ths eellish monarch on his throne Who calls all victories his own, Though bought with blood and curse and ', groan. Let no man emulate; Virtue alone hath ever shone . Divin...

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. — 30 May 1872

EVEBY THUItSDAY BT - xfQSW ta ver Annum In advance. '.,,. insertion,. .100 - : ft irtu 1 Sirscli subsequent Insertion ;MontW Atir in - v - - - - - - - . . . . . 5 oo .8 00 VMr..,...,,, 4 12 00 ..!in ------ UrfOi.e w WW 75 00 I ' .......;.140 00 l . ...i mntiU 1ii when inserted 'L nnon ppc'al agreement. Where ' t&Jlh-T of Insertions Is not marked, ..'Snents will he inserted i til for rf charged accordingly. HJ- 'uo-nnniinreinfntot candidates tor '0(Bres,10; County, ' Municipal. - u done, and the darkness ,ffrm the' wings of niht !' 1 ' f Vther is wasted dow n ward . - -the li-ht of the village 1 n! rronjrh the rain and the mist, . i frellnof adne come o er me v! soul cannot resist. fp..iinr of sadness and longing, . Sut nt akin to pain, rS"L soothe this restless leeling, Aud baliWh the thought of day. Vn, r,om the craml old masters, tfXn the Mr,U subline, -nStautf.otre,echo ; Throngk the corridors, of tune. For like rtrains of martial miwlc, '.' r mighty if."";.'"'--"st And io-fe...

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. — 30 May 1872

lfvnTfT runt TvHniHi PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY C. WHEELER 51. S. MAIIONEIT THURSDAY, MAY CO, 1872. Tle Democrats and rebels aro mighty anxious for new L-aues and new men. Wc intend to hold you to your odious reeotd, your past misconduct and all tLe 'bad -jobs' you have undertaken, -- If Greeley's "on to Richmond" cry Lad been heeded and the Confederate. Capital had been taken, tLe WasLington authori ties, if they bad yielded to Greeley's de mand, would Lave bung the leaders of the rebellion. Greeley denounced Gen. Grant when that brave and conquering soldier saved Le and his subordinates from arrest and imprisonment, and probably execution. He denounced Johnson and his Cabinet, especially Secretary Stanton, as cringing and cowardly miscreants because they were controlled by Grant, in this moment of crisis with the Confederate leaders. mitted his, which was an orthodox' Radi cal report of tee condition of affairs in the Southern States, in wLicb it was stated that the people South ...

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. — 30 May 1872

t m K v i - I k wivsiaja sk r a s its " t fr-a rm ss. saw mmm K a tfV . ulfl v I ... . .... auu lilVdUAt' , I l.f m ll SA I.K KI1K. TAX KS MAY 50, 1872 eorflr judge. . ZurWeA to announce lion tf'V.nLANP as a candidate for Judge GVrenier Court, to fill the vacancy . J-y.ibr the -cv' Elccliou first .. Thursday m - ZTstate sexator: -TTt'iorized and ri-qnested to an ft r W C. Emmeut of Carter ..a fai''''le for State sVnat,or' vatoiial Iistrict, election &rug. ; -:--.r ine VterS Ol .linsmugwu County. 1 rely1" mylf a candidate for 1 office of Clerk of tbe Circuit Court of Lnngton 1-unty, Tennessee, at - tbc ligation in August, 1872. Ilav- Jnt-ied tic office for some time I m aiion.fllrartiesintcrcstea the daties devolving upon mc. Behev.ng "V,. iLa ieor.le desire a sober, i o -, , li2iDJJ cicrk, I obliging Clerk, Tnt. nonesi, CTI.l. , . unon the manner .Lkb I b"e berctofore conducted tbe la . ,.r tVe oSPice. As I dr f A free and untrammcL W expronoftbeU of the people n tL JelcctU, I t...

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. — 30 May 1872

IN MEJIOIUAjri. Thcre have been few more beautiful rtotttna tnart tins written.- It was on read jng it, Geo. D. Prentice said, '-One might inost wieli to die if lio knew that so beautiful a sriDtitc :is tins would be writ- teu tif Jminomory: ; - f ' : On the bosom of a river, JWhere Jhe sun onloosed its quiver . And the starlight gleamed forever, ' , ' Saiied a vessel light and free. 2lorninj dew-drops hung like inanna, On tbe bright folds of her banner, yVud tlie zephyrs rose to fin her, w, Softly to the radiant sea. iAt'ner prow a pilot beaming itf-the flush of youth stood dreaming. And he was in glorious seaming .Like an anseTfrom above. Through his hair the soft breeze sported Anu as on the waves lie floated, Oft that pilot, angel-throated, . I Warbled lays oi hope and love J s i - - Through those locks so blithely flowing Buds of laurel blooms were blowing, And his hands anon were throwing Music from a lyre of gold. Swiftly down the stream he glided, Soft th purple wave was ble...

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. — 6 June 1872

8 . J : ' .1 iia na I i a Mni,r-I ff . .- .. - - - - ..... - -f- . . .a ? .. if Hn i , . i - m - V i. t - 1 " 1 1 " - i ii i i ii ii n . m i ! - i - i i i y i, T ' ' im - T -f ,F ' - ' ..' :V v -r- - x - - "NTT" . . ., .-r j . '- " . -. . - - i -' 1 nnnprcdtni ' i - i a a avow -(. at ; i m at m ar m ...-.ai m mtr . m m. mtm P ' 9 ' 1 f ' r r ' l" v -x IT t X fT'- . Mt " ' --- -r- KVEUTT T1IUESDAT BT.T A: FIAIIOCT. : $2 00 pr Annum In advance. FOR ADVERTISING. 00 ?. one Insertion, 1 N Ecb subsequent insertion .... 75 Three Months, .......5 00 MiX .."..............;..8 00 1 one Year . ...... ..12 00 . A Yonr . OS m rJlfflin v.. .... ...... ...... w t " ..i.40 00 i , ....... .............. m ; 140 00 ' . .i , -i : ? . i . noon special agreement. WTiere Ok. Honesty of Purpose and: Equal Rights to all Men, -wiil secure Happiness to the People. vol. nr.' ; JONESBOltOUGn, TENNESSEE., THURSDAY, JUJE 6. 1872. NO. 39. JtlCBbEtt WILL OCT. (f nnmbcr or Insertions is not marked. MLrtiwmcnts De i...

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. — 6 June 1872

3 ffiIYTfT 51HfT i7,tt rTmTi J purity and menUl caliber tf. its member X'M4,W ship. It rCELISIIED EVEUY THURSDAY BY 4 C. MUEELEIt V 51. $. IttAIIONEY THURSDAY, JUNE C, 1872. The Democratic party endorses its un DUiubcrable afflictions with a most won derful spirit of uncomplaining submission. It Las been "passing under the rod" for tbo last ten years ' and is now beslobber ing the-band that has sc severely smote i till willing to endorse increasing ills to suffer still more aud support Horace Greeley. Was anything of the like ever heard of since Moses the Meek was hid way amid the, solitudes of Mount Nebo. 03IimiIXG PIORE THAN A .J, . STRAW; .. . It is a significant fact that rebel papers tare 00 warmly espoused the candidacy of ..the 'great and good Greeley" in giving r their brief accounts of the decoration of Federal Cemeteries io respective locali ties invariably announce, with unsup r " pressible accents of gratification, "but few white?, a large crowd of colored per sons prese...

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. — 6 June 1872

SDAJUyg 6 1872 COURT JVDQS. . ... i.rlto Announce Hon l""D R9 a candidate forjudge P.uAUPr: walomtiotl of Judee - j t " .a hv it Electlou first Thursday- iu 5rrJ sxsator. horixel and requested to an- utnor Emment or carter .Candidate for State Senator, 5tr-M.tnriil District, election r -tfA tj"" t L.It snonw myself a candidate for lr J . f the Circuit Court of 7-of Clerk of the Circuit Cou, l!ounty, Tennessee, at the ; 'Amrast. 1872. Har- the office for some time I in " . ..r i. which I h... dch.rEd me in J.; devoir . .rolriDeupon me. Believing - , a . I Jo tbt we J sihiicrimr Clerk. I rtenU bonesw o--o - Fr . ..i.i. nrwin the manner . j.w noon the hWb i beretofore condQCted the IT I n OWivj A W expression of the w 11 of A. Ppb election, I take no undue rLtage of snr opposing candidate but dTKW ;J with the Toters eoantj. wltb whose oeemoo at the Ut!.t box I AM bt entirely satisaea. H C. WWEBLZB. Tir- .r intborisei and requested to L" Dime of John II.. Chaw tnd date for the office of...

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. — 6 June 1872

Swliig Corn for Fodder. -Farmers are becoming more arid mors convinced of the advantage derived in sow ing corn for soiling purposes. Dairymen especially realize tdo laet ol its being su perior to almost, any other food for the production of milk, and that no material for bridging over the dry spell of midsum mer is more easily obtained or with less expense. The People speaks quite em phatically upon the subject as follows : "It is no matter what Hon. So-and-so or Dr. So-and-so or Prof. So-and-so tell us about the meagre value of corn fodder, or what cliemisty shows it to ba composed of. ' It is enough to know that our an imals will eat it with apparent great relish, and will thrive upon it, too. "When science tells us that its organic matter, its mineral matter, its fiesh-fornnng const 1 tuents, its respiratory and beat-surparting principles have about the same value as rye si raw, as an analysis we have before us shows, we only need to reflect that practical every-day experience h...

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. — 13 June 1872

,ra. f200 Fr Annum FOB ADVERTISING. . Ineprtioa I UU P7-2, f nbeqneut insertion . -. . 75 :tSU3:;;;:::::::::::::IS On", Year. ..:12 00 ...25 00 ...40 00 One Year '..75 00 140 00 ' iVprticinc!Ut9 due when inwrted, Ct of iii-H-rtions is not marked, T'ont will! Inserted -til for J"! r-el accordingly. &"fhJ Suonncment ol candidates for -JSseW; County, Municipal, --rznx IIY IT KASHV1LLE. A .rcrernevllie. pettilwne was introduce by the ' fnL Tararoore wlio said : - --.. .vt, Gestlesen In tlie to SKDCCUt" ;-0lnetorT addiessvto ... i a nui sr v bve -this occasion, I take great pleas- 'n "Pjf Sgu'ie tidier, and ftand' WM f j.,p f whicb he said r the : 3r. Treiideuueoiur; fioral offer- ' r Jie'ul remembrance upon tbe inir o( gratcui nati0n' honored the gorwua jL lace aQd tbe ad .TSrreiribe n., them.. SUnd- ecp unveied fcy war's alamiS, in r hoJiJ to rescue from disiutegra ufn au infilled --try-our ZSis turo iaiuctively back to he SL fi"., tie weary marcLw. the SaiueJ tattle-fields, the di...

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. — 13 June 1872

liicraltl ami 'rilmiw. c; WIIECLER A 31. s. hiaiionex 'THURSDAY. JUNK 13, 1872. V THE PRESIDE.YTIAL. jyOSIINA TIOX. Ob Thursday last the Republican party assembled in solemn coayention aV-Phil-; ' . -r - .1- : delDb.ia wUh a unamnnty aou cnuiuMaiui. equal to if uot surpassing that accorded to Abraham Lincoln in ISC L selected as "our Standard bearers - in 'tbe coming t :,if;t ramrui'Ti tho names of 'general U. S. Grant, and Uon Uecrj Wllcnn rtf -M-issacbnsc'tts. Tbe choice .mtiLviiRone. Tho nann of General Grant has become' a household r "word in all sections of the country ,coupld with -Trrtbin that is loyal, honest and true "Mr. . Wilson.-th Ca3didate for Vice " President, may not be so well known to nr readers.' He was born at Farmington; New Hampshire 'in 1812, and entered public life in 1810, and" held several :f Trtt inn ? serving 'in" both branches of the 'Massachusetts Legislature t io?; t,A Wtcd United States - VI lOlWi Senator, to which be has been sincis thrice re-elected...

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. — 13 June 1872

- - ,AY, JUNE 13, 1872 SCOUIT JUDGE. . ; -7bori& to. announce Ion: '' tfreBi-Das candidate for Judge curt,to ft lhc jditS"1 h- t)ie resignation of Judge Js Klcetiou first . Thursday:, hi STA TE SENA TOR. - . authorized and rfquewiiiiH ,1 W C. Eminent of Carter ..a Candidate for State Senator, Senatorial . DUtrict, election 1 County. f Clerk of the Circuit Court of "V. - i!onntv. Tennessee, at the ' npieJ tbe office for some time I m 'TJt ttention of a" parties interested etn,nneria.bicblhavediarged Tb. dutic solving upon mc. Belong iia.lW.tf peop e desire sober MI . .r, oblimnfr Clerk. I il n.r cl.ims solely upon the manner . id! I Uve heretofore conducted the 'Wines' of tie office. V. I dcire a full, f"e and m!"el WexpoaoftLewiU of the people JotVa election, I n take o umiue ' f an opposing candidate, but ,m .:(, wbose decision at the Wist box I Le e"Ure1jr aat,sted- . rrTrUea - and requested to M anc. tie n.n,e of JoilN II. -Ckaw, toRD as a candidate for the office of t ir cui...

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. — 13 June 1872

aMn: t t 'Amusing Street-Car Incident. Tie WashinEtOn Sfcrr relates the fol owing:' The passengers on ,one of the Iuker- atreei cars laughed some a few days since at a scene between the conductor and i well-dre&cd young man from George town. As the car was passing down the arenue, the young man at the same time standing en the platform taking it easy, with one foot" on ' a trunk:, he was ap proached by the conductor and - hisjfare demanded. . lie quietly passed over his live cents. Conductor I demand twenty-fire cents for that trunk. . . ' i .Young Man (hesitating) Twenty-fire cent.- Well I think 1 will not pay it. "C Then I shall put the trunk off. . X. M. You had better not, or you mar be sorry for it. Conductor pulls strap, stops car, dumps trunk on the avenue, starts ear, and after eoin? some two sauares, approaches tLe o o youdz man. who was still as calm as retainer morning, and in an angry mood ays : Now I have put your trunk off. what are you going to da about at J '"T. ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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