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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 30 May 1878

file Ifctklg geralb, muwiD rr W. 8. TIPTO N. ETBKT TUVUMVAY MOKNI.HO. THUMB; On eopj oae juj ft oo Oue eopy mi inurrUu l OS IX .jr tlirtn lu urttu H BlUfVB Oupiwt .. M lTjxrijiie baa taught a Dot to print a DtHlur utt credit VOL. III. CLKVlvLAM), TENN.. MAY 30, lsT. NO. '21. RATES OF ADVERTISING. RmtbIm raUt of tdrtrtutafc (1 per H ri first ioMrboo, aud Ml oenta eeeli Inissnl taMMMh Special contract will bt mad for U! edver M tnui (or (our inearUou or orec Tranaient adTnlliMUMi aJvara pfble quartarlj in advance. Mania and obituary netio, or om quax. charged (or at half rgoW rate. All loeel notice 10 oauta Lm tor wk Id- StftfSBb Mo doom waerted (or la ttao flJtr THE SWALLOW. (X all the bird that mwiuj tlie air I'd rattier te the swallow ; And, mimmer daya, when day were (air, I'd follow, follow, (ollow The hurrriiiy clouds acro the sky, Aud with the in .,,- wiuds I'd fly. My eager wings would need no rest If I were hut a swallow ; I'd scale the highest inouutaiu crest And souud the d...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 30 May 1878

J Thfl Weekly Herald. i:(.I.AM 4; itt i. MAY 3 )th, 1878, - Osll for a KepublU an Pi linarj I li t Hon. Ac., wa-i in charge of Mcs.r Ma Tho weather belli- warm ami !, !;"'' h t,,d w ,rja row A. 1 'If-, with quiiu-0 Alb-n. c lomly, Mr. K. L. Hyatt insUtiittl i TT? tT itiisiu tniiM-nia to l.ai the ii..re laiiiiliarlv l.m.wii as I lit- Ii' ni.:t ucIiiii:;ih minle ami abo h '' ' ': Trcatj Brl'ui'c the stver. lie Mexican, ai cook ami cam D vocaling a nearer routo. uo all p"ort ol ."r" ' I boy generally, Alter bidding our friends at lli- works adieu we mourned our cnargeri ami par The tongresn lo nir-t Juno 11. I.ommi.v, M;iy 27ili. I'll' Time-' 1'ar- u MtTMpondMi totagrapbi : "A pri-vati- UUgTMi froai Loudon t:it Ihul To be llfld In Each Mill l)h BiijrJantl - reported availed Irtd June Ha, 1STH. . cion wett offered by Count lenonva sued our course toward Turtle town. Header. imagine jour-t-elf eonliued n ar t lie ever eon- ' .: i i : i i.: milieu mil lllll Hull lin .ill;. io J 11 llW r- ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 30 May 1878

The Weekly Herald. LOCAL IihUm wmmmI '') SurgwlM & JalMMtMt'i new ttjrta luunburg Edgo- IsttJ at 5 ot. ht ur.l. i im I I. AMI M A him: -II. H'. Hon U iha rtn to bring jrww Mow T! ami Tin -h-j to Ik- riyaiii' I. 1. F. . Iawwm oaii do tta All tro'h guar tut .(. I'lT. tl. n.-v. John K. llltner, who An ovaral yrar u-iir of the i'reabrterian .uir li lit till il.u gaVC hi a v.r phu-t fall cteril:iv. The Chattanooga Time rapotU an iNMUeUMMMMal !' frc-li ti-li selliug I lily in tli.it city at ." cut pri f,uiJ. Tiir ChattauoOga 'IHme ami Dispatch have Consolidated the former having absorbed tin- latter.. That Hay Hftkc of Mltrguilie ft John Mon'a In Ine beat. Thry all buy it. II r W. 11 McAmlifw of .Mi-itf enmity lias presented this otBce with a lot of I r Uli potatoes tin- largest e have noon (this season . ilr. Wade Goodnor bM shown us a sample of his wheat. The stalk is lare mill bead loolu wi ll hut upon cxaiuiiia- llon tin' head la not Oiled oul and the graiu is very small, lie thin...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 30 May 1878

.A AGKK I 1. 1 1 UK. i Portable Fncu. I make the panels of common fence lumber, one iuch In thickness by four Inche In width, four teen to sixteen feet In length. I uie three crot piece of tame kind of lum ber four feet In length, three boardt to each panel, making three board and three crota piece. I lay my board on aome level surface, the two top board twelve Inche apart, the next space ten Inches. I nail one cross piece In the centre, the other two-eight inches from either end, so as to give room for lap ping the panel at the end when put ting up all nailed firmly together with wrought nail well clinched. A fence to turn cattle only could be made w ith two board six inches In width and an swer the purpose. To hold the panels firmly In position when put up, re quires two stake to each panel of ordi nary tite, five and a half to six feet In length. When ready to put up, set one post for a starting point, raise the panel, letting it rest upon the foot of the cross pieces, and nail o...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 6 June 1878

muiin st W. 8. TIPTON tvr.Hr tii r its D a v wohm.no. i -II. TKKMS: Our eopy eae year tl oo uite copy -i ii, . 1 10 One c py three moullu so Bll gin l up en 00 Bxp1mce bu uugtit ai not to print a bewtpuiMr uu cicdlL VOL III. CLEVELAND, TENN., JUNE tf, 1878, NO. 22. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Rspular rU of adrtrtiaing, f 1 per aqnare t inmrCuL fint insertion. uu, and 60 U'UU each nubtequexit Hpedil rontrvt will t mode for all advor tUeiueuus for four uiatrhoua or ovar. Transient advertisements aluayo payable quarterly in advanoe. Marriages and obit nary notice, otot on equare, charged for at half regular rale. All local notice 10 oeuU a l.ne for each ln oerUon. No notioes Inserted for lees than fifty I oenla. LOCKIN' THE BARN. "Jamie, where ha' ye been, my lad ? There's tallow uou your nit-eve. An' your face is jist an rod as your beard, I verily do believe." "I was ont 1' the barn e-lockiii' up, sir, For to keep the thieves awa ; Ve il mind as ye told me not to foryet ! J let s week agau...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 6 June 1878

The Weekly Herald. THE Ctim HI MflalTIOS! Hi- June 6ti, iws. 4 nil torn it. p ii i, in an Prlmur) i ( i in ii Tou Held In Each f Mil DIm lilct Junr 'rid. is-js. TI.e I'rr-lil.nl l irr. i hi. Opinion. I A crri-oinlriil ! u I'liilttilelphia ' pa'atr iilliliklir w b he claim at Mil I interview with PrfMtyi1 Ifajns. 'J'lii' ! alleg. il iuii rview SfWMi Corr. ipondent "YSW 1" not wo I icaucforaiiotliircj.iifli(t of arm- In any VM0J dlflfculiit- Mr. I'l.-i- And not lirliit: iiotl. r lllootlj .'oattnuNlrr laiuial Kj tl. Hit-Dlluullun ! He AdvUca the South to Elect Hew t'onni sMucn, M-ntr" "Thrrc never n a time,' a i lli-t ouuli j. throw . Only in thU w ay cau a g . wLatcver to prevfut iti recurrence . ilaiier to the Keputlic l? averte.l ..ml hercafU-i. i'ouvliiclni; irj.j be giver thai the con- ) JkJsjBCS vrliich 1'ie.i.lent BajTSS niani 1 f'..t.il In flu. ai.-tt.tl. it m La ! I i i miuer in liai iv s the troypn from the Sute-hoawi in L,0vii iu the virlual unanimity of UhWmm and Soiun aiol...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 6 June 1878

'-X1 I Tlu Weekly Herald. LOCAL. ( 1 1 1 1 mi i v him. Mot. No It Um linif I" briii; your MM -aWtailfl WnwiWI M Ih- repair. 'I. 1 L. IjwfOii ran lo il. All irU gnar MtMil, HI I K HIM N U. 4 i IMOHi I" m.' I Will ftiarn i iiuck;.vn abom i)m firm of JwMtoiaWi MP 'npi -awwU Ibr this sptlng. M" May will MtMMNMy '' ill Oft M 'ii'ine buaiMM II altaia tiding attention. Bo patttN j inx lii" eervicc4 v ill please t it 1 1 emit . Kqom m Katuharrtd Doom. Mm) J'j-:tt. The routiiuiUtpii dtangt ,'" f(. m)k diiic will not take place All Mil Sunday. MaatlM i leki la Pof the primary BaHCtioP printed ut ihi office for 81. 5 J pr thousand. W re autlMfiied ami laquaatad to nun ounce laaac Lowe aa a caudklatc for sheriff, inbject to tha Republican Primary (election. Chittanooga offers iioo in gold tot dif bed Daaa Ball club, to play in that illy on the 4th of July. The Plug Pgliea of thii place Intend to enter for Mm fn-ir an i foal oont'lent of suooett. Df . W. V. Carton has ibown u a santpla of his wh...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 6 June 1878

A Wate Hrimtor Vuawarca. A dlKrepuublt'-lpoking Individual alked Into brher-U4i?jown yes tenlay where half a dozen inVlfw ye waiting to be ihaveit, and aked : " When 'a my nextr" He win filthy and hulf drunk, and the probabilities beiug agaimt hit having fifteen cents, the barber told him he had no "next" at that f bop, and re queued hlui to pull the Joor hard an ho parsed out. " My apiiearauce may be against me," aald tlie stranger, " but I am neither Henry ( lay I)ean nor Blue-Jeain Wil liam. J am a citizen of thia Mate" " We can't ahave you to-day, and 1 dou't feel Juitified In detaining yon. Call around about two o'clock next week. Ta-ta." " You don't know who I am," ex claimed the man. " I'm an honored citizen of thia Commonwealth. My head hurt. When at home I aliuvi every day and twice on Suu " "Don't forgot to pull tli door after you." " I've half a mind to pull your inlsara ble carcass after ine," yelled the strange man, in a towering ruge, " and maul a little MDtt Into you....

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 13 June 1878

T 7 Y rvauanan it W. 8. TIPTON, VEHV Tllt'llSDAV MOHM.XQ. TKBMBi On oopy eae year uue oouy m months our cnpjr Hires suoiilhj hlL'lo Uipiw . 1 1 . to ipeleitoe baa taujht as not to print newspaper ob credit. VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TLNN., JINK 13, 1S7S. NO. '23. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Bagnlax rata of adrtrtiaing. f 1 per aquaro first insertion, and 60 oeuU aacii MbMMBt UlMTtiub pedal contract will be nude for all adter H oieiiU for four inacrUoua or orer. Tranaient adTrtiambU alwy payable quarterly in adTano. Marriage and obituary notioea, otjt on quart, charged for at half regular rate. All loot! notioea 10 oeuta a line for each insertion. Mo notice I oetit. Inserted for lea than fifty THE SABBATH. Fresh glides the brook and blows the gals, Vet youder halts the quiet mill I The whirling wheel, the rushing sail, How motionless and still ! iiu facie - of toil, poor child of Cain, I mud. -tii the clave of want ma. be ; thy limb escajie the chain tii made the free ! i I i was the law that g...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 13 June 1878

t The Weekly Herald. JI NK I3tl, 167& H.tiif- a tr-.illtal.le Will ru'lfnt- a cr.iliv i nti iiriirti. I ili it il, '. m. Norman, .ainiiiists for eii-t ivun,. tan boa-tof. The riiHuri-1 feared oi inevitable, a few days Hcgf-r. r, nu Mi,. i,nriliii..M, wwgn nto lit-Id on Friday HigntUo, may be avoided. i ua oei it. - di-inciination to I ;i . e ami l iutivv S ii rm .in' h I hum S.iw . lill.l Mr. V. County I l.flf. ' Siiytni Itla nmntl. aH.I " I. T . t ... H ff HVVIIUI ..l.i. lll'U I :i tj Hill. Ho anii'iiiiii i - that In-U nut a 1 - 'ublican Prl- M lion, .u, we Mppow, that ks Is not a Hs I , , i piihih mii ami -Joes aot desire their pup- eniii for their eibi and iMpro-ra To Lc Held In I in li fit II RIs- "al Mr. Nori haveouh ;' meuts while amoiia Hie jro in- iiioiiiii iio-en ioii! wonl.l nut ,,;.. jt r-vl.l. iil that wt- an- mmiii to navr i i. inn w ii.it hi- WU a 1 r- tries' June $!, is. Tin RepuMiaaa Kxeevtivc -o-mmltttst put llajr Nth ami -j-Mlded to Imlrt a I'riniaiv KltTllon S...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 13 June 1878

The Weekly Henild. i LOCAL. MiWuPArr h i: ihio.v. Wl jmiilLli Hie following fr the tt,..U "I IIuim who do not uiuliTxtaiul the In in urli cases. 1. Any mt-iiii who take n paper regularly Iron the pin-tnlllcc, wln tliiM flireetei) in hi" name or another', or whether he Inn Mbwribtd or HM if respont-ihle for payment. b if tpmrson ofdwi hi paper ili- Oiiitinneil ; he iini-t pay all arrears, or the pnhlNlieri may continue tu eud it until payment l made, ami then col lect the whole amount whether the pa er in taken from the ottos or not. ;t. The ponrti here decided the! re filling to Utkotnoweptpeii and periodl vale from the postoflloe or retnorlug lillil ISSVllig them uncalled for, Ih pri lua facie evidence, of intentional truud. tf. ! f r. in t k row V W. C. CAltso.N, UKNTIST. Will return to DooktOWII about the rlrnt ot'.lnne to linUh up hi engage nenSafUlils spring. Ill stay will licccaflML he Minrl as home lnjv j deuianl' utti -iitii'ti. r- I ..t r t i. - ile-i-rlng hIeervioeH will p...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 13 June 1878

Iliii.li, hi,. I II I In.. ,.l .,, . The fiiinlaiiieiital idea of the fan ii aid to have heen hit upon a great many centuries ago at a certain Featt of lan terns, where the beautiful Kaii-ti, laughter of an eiiiiiient tiiainlariii, fiityil herself hot that, cuulrury to all etitjUcit.7, (-he was obliged t take off her uiak, with widen- t to hide her bl lube, jiarlly to cool her heated face she commenced iijkhi herself the process which we now call "fanning." The action was teen aud admired by Kan-ai's young couiaulomi; and at once, nay the narrator of thin truthful legend, "10,000 hands agitated 10,000 masks." Other writers have discover ed ihe origin of the Ian in the necessity felt in all hot countries for keeping off tiles, whether from sacred offerings in Ilia templet or from the hand . and face of the ofliciatinK priests, or from the persona of the populate . genernlly. In India and China the original model of the fan U aaid to have been the wing ot a bird ; and an Hdmirable fun...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 4 July 1878

niLuinn Ar. 8. TIPTON, K V K ft Y llll Ii lill NOHMNU. risHti one copy Mt year ft o One cou) til mooUis 1 One e-ipr three muiillu ao Uk-.t COua Eipelenee bat taught ai not to print a Mwipkpvr un credit. VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TENN., .H'lA 1, l78. NO. 28. RATES OF ADVERTISING. rtejrnlar rate of adrtrtislng. tl per aqaars Brat Mm rt-uu, and 60 ctnU each auhwxuaM insertion. Special contract will U made for all idror UeuieU (or four uiaertiuua or otu. Transient ailTertiwmeuU always pjab. quarurlj in adrance. Mama? and obituary notice, crr.r one U4r, charged for at naif regular rate. All local notice 10 cooU a Lue for each la ertion. No Lctioea Inserted for Iom than ftftr TRUE LIFE. 1 lire for those ho lore me. For those 1 know are true. For the heaven that smiles above me. An! awaiU m.r apint too ; For the human ties that hind me For I he task by Ood assigned me. For the tint' lit hopes left bebiud me, And the good that I can do. I live to learn their story, Who've Buffered fur my sake. T...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 4 July 1878

t - n The Weekly Herald, Jl'LY 4(b,18f& TilE I'i Ol't 1 ill III'. V. FOB SHERIFF, ISAAC LOWE. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK, ROBERT W. SELVID6E. FOR COUNTY CLERK, JOSEPH N. B. LUSK, FOR REGISTER, JOHN C. COFFMAN. FOR TRUSTEE, A. J. WHITE, otttcrr In Hold the August 1. 1 e r 1 1 on. i oroiicr ltutli Imi ippolntcd the fol lowing ofltaers to hold tlifl election in the different districts tlie Brit Tburs d iy In August : A. .T. 'arson, J. 1!. Ifenrjr, Adam Wtttenbsrger, .1. I.. Jones, Wiit. Trow hin, J. A. Hftuell, V. If. Jtoutli, s. s. Barrett, s. V. Gereu, John P. Davis, !-;. T. Kelly, a. B, Potto. S. ft. Routh. A hiltunl Ml.tr. nui'uyi-.l i. a .rsro. A liiiijiatch fiian tiohl'boro, X. ('., f K.itnuUv, My-: Information ltn ju-t boon received hereof taiost brutgl nod sleltcnlng outrage and imudcr illicit in-, in i. il in lltt county ) !-r- .la li f . . 1 I - - m , . in hi t ,l . -u-- 1'iM tx, a f i ; 1 1 ir aim uuaru nam hi muununiun i .. , , . , , ,. . ... Thursdav. The railroad olftckli b"u,...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 4 July 1878

The Weekly Herald. LOCAL. M M' IVKII IIKI 110X4 ' -... i . uf luu Jail-Mr.!-. fin Monday night lmr(ly inter ilai U two ii i-ijiifi liarli- Met ov , i-nl., ami Muilin, vt bile, inn,!, their ---: . from tin- MHUltj '!( i ii'iuiii-tan- M rJ jr-i tin in l rum Mk rill Haves re about a follow : feCo f ui Mii- - hail Ufii sick fi.r -..wc time nml We iiiiIiIMi the li.lli.w In" for th ","",. l'"J ''':" Jiiiv Ml. I to Hill iim-iii-.-l iinil.- :iii;;ti-i . r - II :il l nit uumc .linn, nu.-r iiml it iil.l,c I i II 111 lit IIiiim- tvllililll llltl lllnli'l slll, tlir law ill miii li eii-i-. 1. Anv M'i-i n Hk'lW take- a .an" r r;fiil:v l (fniii (he Mi'ti.tlii', Whether liirci'leil in li ik name or another's, or tvbrfhtr W ha stiherribad or not i- rMMHialMC for Ml tfiellt. tj 2. Ifa persojl VKlfT his .ajirr ili--- lI inictl : Wb mii-t fmf all arrear, or tin- publisher- m i) coiitliiii'- to semi ll until im incut a until', ami llirn col MJrt tmt wkula (HtMHtnt nrhether the I1' I 1 f i- taken from i...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 4 July 1878

AiiKH l UTRE. Hanu on Cut. Mine U what l com inonly clied a clay loam farm. Thirty live yeara ago much of It waa stiff, hard clay, i.ot producing weeds and foul Kruen enough to pay for mowing. Now then, alter putting thii pool crop and uiy loinuion senile together, 1 decided to employ one Dr. Hand and let him ex periment with one acre of this clay, and If the patient died under hi treatment the low would be very mall ; while on the other hand, If he succeeded In re storing him to animation and produc tiveness, then the Doctor might con sider himself engaged to me for life; and now as his success was so positive, 1 am faithfully fulnllingsny part of the engagement by making heavy yearly drafts from bis taut! banks. Well, after plowiug the hardest and i f rtM acre in my Held, which I did soon after haying, I told a boy that when he had nothing else to do It would he his business to haul sand on to this lumi. I do not now recollect but think we hauled one hundred and nfty or two hundre...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 18 July 1878

muMit IT W. 8. TIPTON, EVKHV Tlll'KsDAV VOIIMNO. TKatMSt one eep ' ae year W M our IX U) hi DXJUUl 1 OA- tCW uVSt lUUJiUu 0 Hi ft Copies UxpeHenee hu u tight at cot to print a cttKkttpur uu credit. VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TENN., JULY IS, 1878. NO. as. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Regular rates of advertising. II par fjiure flntt insertion, aud SO ceuU eaah euhaeuaut insertion. Special contracts will he made (or til aiHer Uscnieuta for four insertions or ova. Transient advertisements always payable quarterly in advance. Marriages and obituary notieea, ov r one square, ouarged for at half regiaar rales. All local notieea 10 cent a Lno for each in aortion. No notices, lueerted for leas than Arty I evi.u. WHAT THE WIND WHISPERS. A wind blew out of the went last night Ah I wan lying asleep, Sleeping and dreaming dreams no bright, Filling my aoul with heavenly light, Heeing my love in apint eight. Though I waa lying asleep. It came this wind and whispered to ine, Aud whispered into my heart "Matter...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 18 July 1878

l The Weekly Herald. i tin- iii or JULY Wth.1878, FBC PEON.E! TICKET. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, W. L F. M1LBURN, POU SHERIFF, ISAAC LOWE. FOR CIRCUIT CLERK, ROBERT W. SELVIDGE. FOR COUNTY CLERK, JOSEPH N. B. LUSK, VHt hit rati ul of MH If. (.nut Hot- und Joliu W. Ituiusc) For so vera I days DMI the frioniln of lioyle ami (jtuit liavu tried to oomprnniM their differ fences, but Iloylc was bent Olldfl lotting Qtvl iipttfibli Rud would not arec to conic to terms of any kind. OoDMMMnUy vitcrdav Mr. Ghltll concluded that neither balon Um wprifji i OfWl himself nor Iloylc could In-elect- v sajefcoatiM pMb of Tennessee cd and lit-witlidn-w Hum the nice j. g0lV iu joeepl thetoggeotiottl and his friends have nninimone 1 or published opinions of ti ( ' Bap ly ded ii. d in favor oi Trvwhitt troUor John (.'. Borah upon the aub-forCitt-uit Judge. , w f Sui efioanoea a worthy, of Alter tin-withdrawal ot Uaut I th. v.r v ii i..ii. i utiontion udm Hon. John W. Ruroiey Meinc I .mi...--, ;,,! ids meeat n...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 18 July 1878

The Weekly Herald. 1 Tlir Circuit Judajahlp. The race fen- Circuit JndfffJ in.. t iunl I i i ' m i I i ' I n Mitttrra I oiirlli nf Jul). Kim "it Hs.ii 1 1 : .Pane-- NMMtJI i- LOCAL. m Mf UM I'l l lns 11 ! '1 ...it . , . I h-un 'ilifl jttiirt , f 1 1. ! " j n ' r not wltboot mnm notoriety In tbt p i - - - Vfil.tr lifil h I li'itii n-rut fiiul Iwiimli. ' 1 I it a.- u t . ' . ii.e events of t day She share- W f. 1 .1 1 uil r ' - 11.1:1111 111, II.. till it h well known kftOVa hut very !,n '"'r "Ut u , r!"'1 1,1 hl"' ,v tt Annouaoemonia. for ( Imncfllor Ull MlDllllI Wrlgll Hie Cl.tlllis. Kl - , ,. , - , throe . amlidiitcs well before , ,b " 11 1,1 rUUrf ln- eycuHt their vote. Judge liovie i l' r' tl" l f ""' ''"'-n" -'". I rW V lllllili-.il III.' f-ll.W lllL' for ttll'i illn .,u. lJJu.li;,lo, rnn t,., Iriri'f V.,1. . J If .1.1. '. . tt. l!n- W.i-h- tr,.....i ... li t...... ...11 Yu" Swta "",J''r-,,1", lie ha. been in otlice for eifhl ; Urn roveiitkwi mat I as (key vowt, 1 wive prompt an...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 18 July 1878

AGRICULTURE. WIENTIFIC Hinth to Pi Ruths Hire U more largely grown aud confuroed u human lood than any older cereal. It It tald to be the main food of one tlilrtl of the human race. The MM nutritive portion of the ca'ibape U the succuleut stem alove the lower learea; thlt part of the plant often contalna notable quantities of sugar. Mny of our heat dairymen contend that from the time the milk leaves the cow, until the butter (trace the table, milk cream and butter mutt be near the temperature of ilzty degree. A ton of the grain of wheat, when burned in the air, leave on an average about lorty touiida of ash, of the grain of oati, about eighty pound and of oak wood, only four or live pound. The inner and younger leave of the cabbage contain much more water than the old leave ouulde. On the whole, tin vegetable may be considered more uutriiiouft than the turnip. .Seed cannot germinate wlthiuit water, but the nullte amount of this liquid varies according to the nature of the genu. In t...

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