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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 June 1872

EVERY THURSDAY BT ITCAIIONEY. (TOO per Annum In advance. '"Eich subsequent insertion.... 75 free Months 5 00 ' hA 1 , One er. .8 00 ...12 00 ...25 00 ...40 00 ...75 00 ..140 00 - JMIIIIia " ' 44 44 . i-..'.uiiip.ntfl due when inserted, nnonTpecial agreement Where tr n Insertions la not marked, JfflSJ n?I will In-efted " Ul fr- irt th ir-ed accordingly. 5" rtJ 2i onncement ol candidates for ,ornm?e W; County, $o; Municipal, ?hlv In advance. . New YonK Citt, June 8th, 18.2. t ,tob3 HebalD and Tkibuxe : & as tbe National Convention ..SiUft lbr New York, for I as excitement in Philadelphia KlFnol any one to collect their ,0OS kWie in the annahi of this . Wordscannotexpteathesolemity and neith'er the .uUimitJ of IW B .mature cr ny jr method ccn incident and the rJeqoawij i lin-delnbia on the 5th llS tbeU r-pub c was represeo. the least . . ...J l men, J 7 M,rf.,t,c cities. They were all "ro . .tinieDt of exalted de- -. r run. its - " . ZL to the best interests of our common From the ...

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. — 20 June 1872

rCBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY C AVHEELEIt Ac M. S. MAIIOXEY TlilJKSDAY, JUNE 20, 1872. THE AJINnSTY PROCLAJIA- TlOtf. .......... Its Effects npn Pension Claim j nuts The amnesty act approved, Mar 22d 1872,' which removed the disabilities im . poacd by the 3rd .section of the fourteenth article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States, docs not, a? supposed by many, remove the disabilities imposed by the several acts of Congress, upon participants in the Rebellion in relation to pensions. , ' ' It was thought by many . eminent jurists ' - that the amnesty act restored the parties ' mentioned therein to all ' the rights and privileges of other citizens, including pensions granted lor erviccs rendered in the war of 1812, and in the Mexican war. - But a circular recently issued from the pension office declares that while the act . aforesaid restores the right to hold office, - to those not excepted it docs not in ' any other respect relieve those who have been disloyal from 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. — 20 June 1872

V r ) " - a m . ' B! eilfW jpCBSDAT, JUNE .20, 1872' -JlEXK COURT JUDGE.-: Trent,,orizd to announce lion '',....ii!iituMiMl idate for J udir .i!; suirem Court, to fill the vacancy ' tHl bv ,,w resignation jiiqm vu-ctiou . Hrt- aaursuay m - . . T.4 TE. SENATOR. i nd red nested to an- . Wef'-"r tmnleut of Carter "".V aYa Candidate or State Senator, '!": . ..iitorial District, election , t ie nr- - oaoernext. oor conrr clerk. at the Ilav- Yeters r TVnahington , jounty. t wsfcv announce myself a candidate for .i. office of Clerk of the Circuit Court of Vington County, Tennessee, . - .Wwnin Anenst, 1872 ensuing c - . -vnr.icd the office for some time I in d.. attention of all parties interested .t. mnner in which I Lave discharged 0 luv "t 1 " .. . Jcvolvins upon me. Believing ..iihat t te . people desire petent.bonest.-oa obliging Clerk, I anlelv upon the manner wlkh I hve heretofore conducted the Wi.es. of tie office- i. T ,lere a full, free and untrammel lJ.xpTeionofthc will of the pe...

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. — 20 June 1872

Frost and Berries as Promoters f Health. Fruits and berries at this season of the year are not only precious luxuries, but great promoters of health. They act upon the liver, promoting that secretion natu rally which many are in the habit of ob taining only by the means of artificial medicines. They thus avert many a dis ease resulting from a torpid condition of the liver.. Another way in which they act beneficially is in the mechanical effect their little seeds produce in passing through the bowels, very much the same as the watering of an irritated eye-ball when any hard substance touches that delicate organ, and this water, dissolving the hardened contents of constipated bowels, keeps them in a healthier state than any pill or purgative invented by the apothecary. There can be no doubt that in the summer aad fall seasons people who live mainly on fruits and berries and coarse bread, can almost ensure exempt on from sickness; while those who cat heartily of eolid meats and vegetab...

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. — 27 June 1872

Y "T 7 irnEELER & MARONI3Y. ! .1 ; i,jrfl 2 00 per Annum in advance. ?3Ss FOR Al3VERTTBm6r nne insertion,.. 1 00 jB.gHbaewmt insertion.... 75 Taree 4Je tns,-. .-. t 5 00 . Msir ........800 i ..XYear: 12 oO f-inmnOe Year.'... .....25 60 - 75 on i 140 00 t -vfernspmPTiisauv w nm uiTcea, i 'SZ unon special asrreement. here niimber Insertions is not -marked, S2i!mt will rnsertca til fori . inaorTtflim i run. -run rki i bw. " rt7inMnent of candidates for fvn10; County, 3; Maulcipal, aim i mi ii i. w . . hiiii-iiiu ,j, invariably in H0tiEST BEFORE DAlTTr. .BY ALPHA. - .till relentless holds the sleeping .-c.liketothatof death! ' v Inr mtiht oppresses like the srrave, Wi wlemn awe, one draws his heated breath! .iif in all thft sflmhcriiVT I yo iur f : r :heir oln! ,, -f,; v.. I?t nrruirlinjr too, the moon 1ms Couacn.-, iw -- . o - i TC'J 'JulU rlJ b thee' vietor, gnt Z ne in i" ... . . . i T "Ti-. ctraitire marble of some dream- il .UihiMrorld of cheery sound and song J"'" A' , nhiinti...

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. — 27 June 1872

PUBLISHED EVERY THOISDAT BY C. WHEELER & Itt. 8. 9IAIIOXEY THURSDAY, JUNE 27, 1872. A WORD TO REPUBLICAN CAN DIDATES. . , The Democratic party of this county, with characteristic prudence, has cleared the track of all superfluous candidates ' Trustee. But the RepuMican party on the contrarj is still floundering in the mire with a half dozen candidates for each office dragging at its ( heels. The . waj matters now stand, the question, as ' 1 1 & Ml T '1 ? ' M' vo waicu party wiu ue auccessiui is vnbiij determined. There are undoubtedly on the Republican ride some of the most popular men in the county asking for the offices, cither one of whom could There is not one among them, whom T:ire would not cheerfully" Bupport if - he wm the "regular candidate of the party. They are all so far as wo are . aware, . honest ' and upright gentlemen, most excellent . neighbors, of steady habits and sound political principles.- For this .rery reasons each is bound to command a respectable vo...

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. — 27 June 1872

t PAY.JUNE 27,1872 , Vrt ?& candidal for Judge VABS Court, to till the vacancy rthcSuPr.he resignation ef Judge ;oneu-, -aou firet -raunaaj- m . ,1 and rca nested to an- Ht are "tn..r1;" Knimeut of Carter iN Col- V for SUlte Senator. 2 Senatorial District, election .0 next. - - : ' reouBT clerk. : Voters f Washington i-enuty. rnvself a candidate for IkrJ of the Circuit Court of Ji the office for some time I iu- t action of ,11 parties interested ltbe manner in x , daties devolving up. --v"o Itlot.bo.iest, and obliging Clerk, I ri . -. ..iw nnori tlie- manner mf claims """-v -r . la I Lsve heretofore conducted the ,iof tie office. " . ' .ldcireaf"llircc" f nnvorposioj candidate, but WraoUze of an pri , 6 with the voters -He.witbwhodcciMon at iU t Ix I sLall be entirely Bausueu. C. H UEELEP.. .i ,.,;,ol nrul renucbted to ' Ince tLe name of John II. Craw- kds caiiui"- . : , - Court Clerk, at the ensuing election ngtist next. . SHERIFF. ' are authorized .ana me -m .1 -v iffifor SIer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 June 1872

IX SCHOOL DAY?. Still sits the Fchool-honse by the road, A ragged bogar sunning; ' Around it still the sumachs grow And blackberry vines arc rnnnlngj Within the master's desk is seen - Deep-ecorred by nips official Tl harping floor, the scattered scats, Tho-jack-kHifc'8 can ed initial. iChe charcoal frescoes on Its wall, IU door-worn sill betraying; -jThe feet, that creeping slow to school, -; Wem storming out to playing. Long Years ago--a ."Winter, sun. - - Shone o'er it at setting Lit up" its AVe'stein window-pane, t And low'eayes' icy fretting. " It touched the tangled golden carls, '' 4nd brown eyes full of grieving-, yf tne,Mho still ber stops delaved, When all the.school tv ere Reaving. . - For near her stood the' little boy ' , -Her childish favor singled ; ' ITi cap pnllcd low npo his face, Where pride and shame were mingled. Jdlibig with restless feet the snow, e Tarigbtaud left-he-lingered: ' A restlessly her tiny hands, - J The blue-checkcd'npron lingered. v .;; - - - --....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 July 1872

.gfcraM- and Mxibiwt. t ittS: $2 00 per Annum in advance. XR-l S FOR ADVERTISING-. Sinarcone insertion,.. '....1 00 Kach subsequent insertion.... 75 " Three ilomns, ...... ....... ... .5 00 SJ " 8 001 .. . . Veir ? to v . A.iA ;A ;i. !.. i . OS nn v .4 " 40 00 14 ff 44 " 140 00 iiLt.a'lrtisrtnentstlue when Inserted, nless upon pccIal agreement. Where I t'le n'' wUl belnwrted Si for! i Vnd charzed accordingly. or 'mrr i&Mnnwr SvarStlr in advancer ' OCtlX TUG STItCET. - Out In the frendless street, wi.k f7.inir and purple feet. In the wind and the rain and the sleet. Out with uncovered head, r ravin? a morsel of bread, From a board near by, to be fed. Turned with ecorn from the door. Though bt'orsing "a penny" no more From the rich man's bountiful store! A rtf N Tpt beautiful ffirl, Her haii in many a curl, . jl4.r brain iu a deafening whirl. Hcrfvcsall streaming with tears Hie but no etslr,,, The lieaven all blackness appears. ' n-u. li.rhts all flicker around : In lwrVart there ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 July 1872

Ocraltl "'unit SSribmw. C2 -- ; PUBLISHED KVEUY THURSDAY BY x THURSDAY; JULY 4, 1872. of the new order of things by the Gree ley parly, they should upon .the very first occasion give tbe lie- direct, as ureeiej I himself would eayr-to their profession ; If force is to be need i this- campaign te resist Republican speakers, the sooner we know it the belter, Force must le re sisted force. , - -V. '-: Hero is a Gentleman, who is a Dative of the State where he spoke, a gentleman of unblemished character, who has been honored time and again by his State and Nation, with nositioni of high trust ; a gentleman an honor to ; any country ; ; one who but a few weeks ago was selected as There ia -within everv man a diTineldeal. tbe typo after Which he was created the Terms of a perfect person, ana u istneomceoi eaacauoa to favor, ami direct these germs. " Kjlxt. ' , O.UV TWO Pi UTI CS. For the last sixteen years, wo have had tut two parties, ond the nicro title of the opposition amounts to noth...

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 July 1872

I j '. a 4f 1 1 1 Hi-- J 1" . - " momo result to announw rion- iTt1thonzeu ' n(l,flate for Judge c7isUDt.to fill the vacancy r'.'oie Y.-rioii of Judge . ., . . 7 - The CcnTc-ticn neld at this place on last Monday, com posed of some of the best and mojproml inent Republicans i tv. prom ... ... vuuiuy.was har- ns, and no doubt mnch ;n from their d-lih.oti claims of good men who were fafii,T lor diflercnt -offices were acted those who falkd to receive vZl?". acquiesced in a manner . T"Z patriotic gentlemen. Tn ,1,. " '" ouuiy we win -.. hi v a ,!...- , ' 1 Jt . uuii lu nKnnrm -l . , . . ..... unit .Vtllllll urge . i w.nnpsttMl to aa- 7atliorieu " ' Vllt of Carter Mandate for State Senator; . M s : . 1 1 1 ILL, . - nilk. - - L, " r i and reruested to tn Vrt' rl BB, M candidate TIjand rt:qucted to name 01 "i -nonnce myself a candidate for l?TTl Circuit Court of .aSceolv'- at the ' , . Antmst. .1872. Llav- i&H el . . fnr gome time I in iedu"" ... .11 nnrtioq Miteregted f Tave discharg...

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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. — 4 July 1872

V V ;.') 1 1 -. i - r . Life is k fose briar-burdened, yet sweet Blooming a day; Flinging its perfume to meet ' , ' ftlnd blown away! , Leaf after leaf spread its blush to the air, Kissed by the sun: . Deeper-hued growing, as joy makes it fair, Love's guerdon won. Leaf .ifler leaf chrivels up from the heat, Leaving it bare; Color and frutrrance and joy all depart, None left to care. Ay, the divins in it lingers there still, Clod's care In all; Rose leaves but drop at the beck of His will Fettera which thrall. Up from Its trammels the free sjirit wins, Higher to soar; Altar immortal a pure essence flings, 25 wee t evermore! .IM!oniid City . & Formerly called liiee & Stewart's. N. 210 A 2 12 North Fourth Street St. XiOuis- Mo. Most complete, thorough and practical establishment in the West. Full course of BOOK-KEEPIXG. PEXNMAXSIIIP, COMMERCIAL ARITHMETIC. ENGLISH GRAMMAR, BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE, COMMERCIAL, LAW and PREPARATORY STUDIES. BAL TWO RE AD VERTISEHENTS. WITH Wilson,...

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. — 11 July 1872

US 11 j J ! t t ETEET THTJESDAT BT. ATTOJiSEY AND .CQVlSSKOft yLT AVf'.' fl Li practice fri' all 'the ottaic of -V-trpprrEast Xet wl-H-ta0' Federai and siMSrem Cpurta At. JKAo ville. - 1 J j-x-Ui. xiAi a jXXB A JttAHOXEY.; l2 00 per Annum In .advance. -biera II .G I ,." . , . . i FOB' ADVEFOiaiNG 1 i ; I Collection of claims apuJIty dec2ltf, . I Hi . I t ? n-nneniluerticm;.73 ,wTweo s erf0- .... oo u" .75 00 ; - " 140 00 . -.rw.nts due -when inserted, rl. -tini""!.! .crreement. Where I vv"uiens, p inrttona is not marked, 1 rBa!BorT y t,e insertea MtU ror- . . , ' J Trfrtiint' .ordinirlr. . V : parted. 1 pondered aome time over the of toy arrange itor," but the ince,lu',v.:- more 1 pondered, the mor. hbiy Q aoVBUV - - u iiXrVh the matter ""rd 5 J, darkened kfc. rpWf,i,andqnertIon., "Why, m,.n foro-rt thIr lov of gold n truth i''l.V current coin, From day M uay . J the "rious e ra come jjrnBJT PATIEST." r. ne of the mpst .loTely little villages . thj fallfj ot the uonnecucui. uu x, . ...

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. — 11 July 1872

rUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY' BY C AVIIEELKH & PI. S. ITIAIIOXE Y i i THURSDAY; JULY 1872; KJErUBLICAIV'S BALLST. r,.T,b.ere is every indication that the Elec tion for county officers, wlicb takes place ,oa Thursday the first day of August.next bai close! v contested, ana . no means left untried to "reduce the Republican majoritv; f and if possible, to 'defeat -the party. Republicans should be on their guard, ' as there is a' strong probability f that more than ; the usual number o: political dodges will be resorted to, in or "der toBecxire ; at least one of the county offieew A- With the mnioritT we now have there can be no ' necessity of making any concessions whatever.- The ' Republicans party can easily elect every candidate by af good majority, if they will all come out tn the rjolls on the dav of Election, and r . . Tote the straight ticket. ".-.'. i ."No doubt the usual number of false reports will be circulated iby designing men to the effect that such and such can didatesf...

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. — 11 July 1872

TITTV II .79 sV""S i.fd-to announce lion- . vr. ns a candidate ior o nage . cfe Court, to fill the vacancy ire n"'5(rT,ation of Jndge EkcVion first Thursday iu -- 4 r"i T --tqncfitea tp an S s ?!IVriil District, - election e&ted to n- T. H. U- v la the Lwr House tienUtive Election in Xo- Uhernext- Tandidat 'Ipr Honae m election. i u -CZA and requested to of JAMES A. u est, ..nnnc inc ;7.,nrv Representative r Bouof oar next Leg'.s- ;17T 'atlilnilan .'.r mi cunty I tot jounce nyself a candidate for Iberet,y . ..v frta Circuit Court of "-" ft r.. cniii hml I in- fJeDofaUpartiutcred -the naoner n wmcn i ---b- Jatics devolving upo" - - & .flotbt tbe people desire a ouer, Mtent, Uoatot, ana &'6 . ' i .,.Ulr tinon the manner I lave heretofore conducted the 4esof the office. ' i.i Awn a fall, tree ana untrammei- joprcsion of the will of the people election, 1 shall iae ho uuuur ut of anv opposing candidate, but sn the matter entirely with the Toters 'tbe county, with whose decis...

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. — 11 July 1872

'1 In obedianee to two Fl. Fa. iraued from the Circuit Court of Washington county, aiid to me directed pronounced Ty eaid Court in- favor of Elbert S. Cox,' on a against James Crumley, and. James R. Melvin and David Garst, his aunties and FL Fa. for the sum of $583,25, and the other for the sura of $69,09 with all farther leal cost that may occur on came, I will sell at the Court House door in the town of Joncabortugh on Saturday the 27 day of JulyJ 1872 : all the right, title, claim, and interest that James Crumley, Las in and to a certain track or parsel of land situated in Washington county, Tennessee DistjNo. 10 adjoining the lands of Rich ard Northington.Daniel Krouse and others on the waters of Knob Creek, containing one hundred acres more or less, levied on to satisfy the above mention claims, and will be sold unless the above debts are sooner paid; this 2G day of Jane, 1872. l Oi .... S. E. GRIFFITH, Sheriff. TN obedience to two Vendi. Expo, issued JL from the- Circait Court...

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. — 18 July 1872

-J. , II - - "11 - i'.ir: ' - I j , . .11. .. .. -7-t.!D" V:' ... ... ; -J . , . , . . - , : .. , '. ' " TZa CT.vtfvtmi . -rytr 1 su sub? .4 r w r . - :inaaOa no ... -...5 00 00 ..12 on .......2." 00 7.""j 00 . :i40x . . ,lne when InwTted, ...iv.rtnt. Where Ln PTc,al Ti-not marked, - nf inrSSd -ta for! IT. Il I ni' - - ;i-.:i--er. a-.. Mnnieirml. (ouno, v OfflT. ..Ivance. . nil" ..-' A.POC Btdkt J-AVE!. ' rary.wMto I CBro"',rolaDiecr tor" .'! -T i. .-ddenly there TTT.t ill " rapping at my I BlUtter'd, tappnS J . ..i-tK I -mukllUcboat l - . . tr-r'1 " . ,.orrow lor in I""u"i ,r- . i,iru bm the angeta . ,mr orT'w. fnrevertnore. Na3! .i rnsUioc of ech - t flliCfl M id uru.it.. otatic terror erer .. - ,-tinc of my art. . I""- .....ill Wc ,:!r . ..,rmiiE2 entrance t my fc! (iff lir: riT. 1. Honesty of Purpose - and Equal Rights to an Men, -mil secure Happiness to the People VOL. Hi. J0NESB0R0UGH, TENNESSEE, TIIURSD AT, JULT-18. 1672. NO. 45. "Speech rCerrit Smltli. dnotbrnsmore. . v ttit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 July 1872

! if V t 4 I ( j V ' it t i 'r I- i ' ; Sf mid and 'Mtifomt. ;-TuiiasnED every nnjnsDAT by j .c. tiheeleii & in.s. iriAiioxinr Thursday; julyVs, J37l , I FOR PRESIDENT. . ' . t ULYSSES S.-: GBAN.T, Z c . OF ILLINOIS .'. . j " " FOR VICE-PRESIDENT." HIDNEY AVILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. -r Washington Connly Republican ' ': Ticket: : ' FOR .. . SAMUEL SHERIFF, . E. GRIFFITH. fob cincriT covet clerk. C. WHEELER. TOR TRVSTEE, george- Mcpherson. FOH BEVEXUE COLLECTOn, ISAAC A. BRANSCOM. '. BRICK 1'OMEKOY, with one ilred thousand . subscribers, will Greeley to the bitter end. hun-fight rBESiDEKT -CBANT Js by no means embittered at Senator. Sumner for sup porting Greeley.. He" simply pities lihn. ' Tlic New York TTorfc! says if tbe anti Greeley Democrats cannot be won over tbe "campaign against Grant U utterly 'hopeless. - - Some of the Democrats of Joucsboro' )hftve resolved to hold their noses and take the Greeley, ticket down- at .any . coet. Other, have' dcc-Ured - themselves for ' Gra...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 July 1872

v.. KcaJ inota tit&- hast -. f ! can l i J it i f 0 .5 fone care, tHn- rdlny Over lckr, :rib"a- 1 it ion, 1-8' If! i eet, - S: r Y. I roW vrrn j- inr, I ii iik ! 'for in- i ! i i ids. mrht! cfully jls, bet. to. nr. 7o., ioesi JST CP "rgsPAY, JULY 13. 1872 - 1 vney not men -without M-i I f n aw . 1 every other calling in life? Arethevnot Sp-ial fleeting. , jliO. lirire number of person?, both Q'"te . and country, attended the HtS? meeting of the M. E. Church, ytUjice last week. 7 ' w"' www wr comnum wlwJ aeners are: kcuis 10 mi mat ou pjUallt- - y0,mg man that we Tf in thU section is one who rt.b!?, from kicking a dog that had is was a xemaie doj. our sex" said he 'I'd in general, tall far short of that practical if elected will endeavor to discharge the emciencv. that. Kra.u j , .T, . . .- t- mm , - - .-vvm auu uencn nnn nnr wx f 11 uic -uaaiub iaiLiiiuuv n ui virnnnr, : . ,. I r J- ".i-a from W because wtt ras"1 tor ted to iino. n , ,e. mcrat5 cheered the young hy ine,fM " at 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. — 18 July 1872

I A Great Tanners Maxims. The successful life of Mr.' Jacob Strawn, llie priDce of American farmers, is att?& ' ctcd to the close observances of the follor ;lng maxisv eriginated by Limselfr :. : "; . When jon wake up do not roll, over tut roll out. It will give 30a time to ; ditch jour fclougbs, break tbem, barrow j them, arid sow tbcci. ' ' - , v. JIakc ysu faucing high, strong and ? tight, so that it will keep cattle and vigs .' " ' If you have trust make your lot secure i nnd keep your ho3 from tbo cattle; for tif the corn h kept clean tbey will cat it '.better than if it is out. ':. !V. VA ' surd to get your bands touted by . sevtn bMcc!; tj;ey . .vill . xho early . by force of circumstances,, -l'ay a Land, it ' he i a poor band, ail you 'proume bim : tf bo 3' i "good "band, pa LI 111 a . little ; ruorc ; It will . 'encpurpge liiin. to do atill i better ' - Always feedyeW bands as well as you do y onrsel f, ' for t he la normrr. m cn a re- the ioncano: srnew ci iue iana, au...

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