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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 July 1872

WILL II, i THCESDAY7 BT WHEELER $2 00 per . Annran. In advance". JjjS FOB ApVERTISlNG-, .nne insertion, w n3?h stibsennent insertion . . . 75 Three ont ttS ' "Si " ;'unn Year..... ...5 00 8 00 ......12 00 25 00 40 00 ......75 00 .....140 00 I.Ln One Year.... Ll" 44 11 41 . ..r .rtvertisements due when Inserted, Si special agreement. Where f "lKpr of Insertions is not marked, I will be Inserted "til for- er nem B nd charged accordingly M"T..mpnt. ot candidates for IT Office?, 810; County, Municipal, r.nably in advance. BEST. T XftBr M. A. II DDE. wtufK""" e Are yon weary", heavy larten t lo tou pme in sadness? up. brother. h.-aveu is smiling-. Srtoi willbrin .ou gladne! lathe mansiousol the bleat L ?ilrive you rest, sw-et rest. UC li' & l"ud of IHVl0J2t In the mansions of the blent, lit will sive lit- f Uildren rest, . Cart your Try care poa Uhn, v. mat wcP 1" orrow ; Wait nt to-morrow. , J uU loTiiie breast recline, -?l lUee peace diviue. H 7 tfetaud cfpeac. and rlory, "A "the m...

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. — 25 July 1872

i m . t t I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ; C TVIIEELEK dc Itl. S. ITIAIIOXEY THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1872. r - FOR PRESIDENT.. . ULYSSES S. GBAST, ; : of iLxixois. " - FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. OF MASSACHUSETTS. Washington Connly Republican Ticket: FOR SHERIFF, SAMUEL GRIFFITH. for circuit court- clerk. C, WHEELER. TOR TRUSTEE, george Mcpherson. FOR EE VENUE COLLECTOR, . ISAAC A. BRANSCOM. I.OOH OUT. ' Voters of Washington County, look out for all. kinds of falsehoods, cod rumor just on the eve of the County election The candidates are in the field,' and you 11 know who they are. It may be circu lated on the day of Election that some are off and others on : be on the alert, and Be not deceived. Ue at the polls early and vote the straight out Republican Ticket; -.. . let no looiien uiSKensions create cumunu , Jn pur ranks,, and victory b certain. ' TO TAG BEPtBUCAXS OF TIIU FIRST CONGRESSIONAL, DISTRICT! The time approaches for us to take action in relation to the Congressional race. To avoid an...

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. — 25 July 1872

rygURSDAY. JULY 25. 1872 - ColliD,' Esq. will please accept iiiirtna11"1" r r- - joxville morning papers at onr office. IT nfirstand there ia just seventeen ,-ndidates in Hawkins county, for county Trnstee. At must, w P". "6 ui that county' " Returned' Mr King Benson and bis estimable UdT bave returnea w mis piace w speua "few days with their friends and con nections. - Bath House. . The most pleasant place to visit these hot eTenins. ia the comfortable Bath House erected near the Will Springs, by Mr I N. Babb. His ablutions are ilng, cleansing and exhilarating. jtev. J. II. Beckett. We are authorized and requested to sUte that this gentleman, whoa short time since announced himself a candidate for the office of Revenne Collector of this . county ia p longcr a capdidate- H 0. Stands for Honest Government. Press and Herald. - It also stands for Honest Grant. Thanis- Prof W,E. F.Milburn will please ac cept our thanks for a Catalogue of the yL, Tennessee Weslejan University at Athens 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. — 25 July 1872

' ..-. t1t i r c a 9-1 s C-3 try ry r t n. -1 1 V "A'llusckeepr8 Complaint. One day as I. wandered I , heard a com . - nl-kinino ... j 'l And saw a i6or woman the picture Of Vr giuum. 7 Bhe glared at the mud on the doorstep, ,.; ('twas raining,) , And tills was the wail as she wielded a ner prooiu.. .' a 4"V ltfi, la i rrl Inl't la A trOllble. C? And oeauty will fade and riches will 4?" flee "And pleasures they dwindle and prices i-they double, . . L And nothing i what I could wish It to - : be. t ."There's too much of worrimcnt goes to a ooonci, . c : There's too much of Iron'ng' goes to .. . r ,!.!-. ' ; There's nothing that pays for the trouble z yuuwasieouu, There's jiothing that lasts but trouble o ami am W'In ilarch it U niud; it's Blush' In Decern The wldriummer breezes are loaded with In fall the leaves w ltticr; in rouggy Sep- 'J Tie wallpaper roU aud the candlestick. 'There are wonns in the cherries and eillgs 1U iu: ruew, And ants in tho sugar and mice In the is ; tief :-...

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. — 1 August 1872

a.;. ' .. ..... ". . . -..' aT , jJgaasaaaaaaaaasaaaasaaaaMaaaMaassassasaaMMaiass"a " i - -- ,r.,Jrr----J,.y cj "r.-;-TV g--,':7''py ' pwji' 'j mivwh .'m.'i !"-." ' i rcBLISUEl EVfcEY THURSDAY BY & MAIIOXEX. . TEMS: 2 00 perAunamIuadvance. TERMS FOR advertising; Square one insertion, .............. 1 00 Each subsequent insertion.... 75 "Three Months,, i.. .5 00 , Vfc'Slr " -3 00 1 One Year...... 12 00 i column One Year.... ...... ......25 00 . j.v .40 00 . " ....r. .... ....75 00 44 ......140 00 All advertisements due when inserted, .unless upon special agreement. .Where the nmnber of insertions i not marked, 'advertisements will be inserted " til for bid," and charged accordingly. ... . For tire announcement ni candidates tor tate Office?, SW; County, 3; Municipal, 3, iurariably. in advance - - - - BHIMHWI1 SJff lH'JUFJ "Give ns this Dayonr Dally Bread. " 6T 1T l!Mt 1TB. The llfhl from the pnrpl-, vaulted roof, la a tint1 shower fell, 1 ,. iroI,Pior alike on the acnrlet lips Cp...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 August 1872

' , ' .... --,'.''. .-.-- ' '' - ' . . . . . .... . . Vimhl ami ribniw. '.PXTBLISHED EVERY THtnsOlr -BY; 1 Ci WIIEEUEU & 5I S. SlAnOXEY TnUHSDAY. AUGUST 1 1872.-1 : " 1 FOR PRESIDENT, ULYSSES S. GRANT,- . or Illinois; ; - - '-7 FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. , , HENKY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. ITasblogton County Republican Ticket i . FOB IHKKOT, ' " ' QAXHJHE -:e. -GRIFFITH. : TOR CIBCCIT ' COCBT CZ.ESX. - C. WHEELER. 70S . TRUSTEE, george Mcpherson. roa aerrxrE collector, x ISAAC A BRANSCOM.: TIIE FOIL STBrCGLE. " ' Ere another number of our paper can reach our readers the contest for County toSeeVwill be. over mod the fate of tie ereral aspirant settled. - In closing the campaign we would make final appeal to our Republican friends to stand bj their colors and make a grand rllj at the polls for. the success of the ticket. Nothing now can prevent J a. glo rious Victory except our own negligence ia attendiog the election, or a failure, to eoure united action on the part of. our friends.' T...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 August 1872

&50.onn nn htlfcPAY. Al Gi:ST l. 1872 th Oar Prr " , , . - - is ;v jjjo bsuu e- t us issue mii extra friends tbrougnous tne county as .e-eeet tbc electioa reports -from rtpco ....... Mr Ja. F. Bcwnian, near -Leesburg . ' fin a mare to drop dead ia the WJcij , few days since. ' JTS " I rmences here next Monday. The We losindss no ou':t consume the Je of the first week. jrtlenced for Life. I .ne Almony was sentenced ' to the j fenitentiarj at the last term of the Cir- J uitottrt1 Aiioumtme, "t iur 1 wiaooing Dunbar Giles, an account of ; .c rnhliKhed in the 1 1 Eli A LD AXD ! fUC r j fsUCSK several months ago. ! f keit. i Th Chattanooga papers state that about . tln-th nf the wheat in that section has liO, ruined by leaving it in the field un til tie rain has caused it to sprout. We ... . tl.nr sine fnrniura' noarto ire bPPy lo . . . J til lave gooa oarus, uu fill to have their crops safely housed Communication on "Borrowing" will gppsar in neit issue. . . Goats- I( some enterpris...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 August 1872

. If there ia one thing that is universal I j iettsated it is egotism, and ia no form is it bo disatrreeablv- manifested as in complaints. It ia an undisputed fact, that all most have their trials, whcace then comes the disposition for - each to consider himself more afflicted than any one else? There are few who will admit that their sins are so amrrarated that the furnace must be heated seven times hotter for them, through they admit, no doubt. that its heat is increased for ' them. If trials are our inevitable lot, why not en dure them with silent fortitude ? ' . Does the storm beat less heavily on the sturdy June for its continuous muraiurings than on the gentle willow? ' We often sea, the former riven by the thunderbolt, prone on the earth, shont of its branches, ' while the willow peacefully waves its boughs in the breeze when the storm is over.' And . 3o our complaints lishten our load or our neighbors that jve are so ready to pour tbem into hi car ? Bad as human nature is. i...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 August 1872

--'II wa, "m - -.- . il -' mi i. ,i ,, j,"" n""r"-i"'i"M i Ti i ' 9mmm mmm -in in ! i m i mm - -it mim x - . --r. r -j, I J I . ' - ' ' ? . r .- (TERMS: 12 00 per Annum in advance. TERMS FOR ADVERTISINGS Sonarc one Insertion, .......100 Each subsequent Insertion.... 75 " Three iiontlis, 5 00 "Six, ....... 800 1 OneYear.. ..12 00 l Column One Year ; 25 00 1 . " 40 00 . 75 00 f w " 140 00 ALL advertisements due when Inserted, tinless npon special agreement. Where lh nnmber of inwrtions is not marked, hdvertiscments wm oe ins-ri.cu - iu ior " and chanred accordingly. p0f the announcement of candidates for pute Offices U); County, ?5; Municipal, $3, invariably in auvance. ; . - . WftlTTBI FO TH BBBALO 1 Little Ray. TBIBCBB.J iIC-1 . BY ALPHA. When June in ner royal beauty lteigncd Queen of all the land. . A ml st re wed old earth with llower, Ifrortl her lavish generous hand ; When rose buds crept to our fingers, And roses were under our feet, ( And roses were twined above us , In many,...

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. — 8 August 1872

V ... j&ttM amlrilnutc. ; 'n pcbisHed eveut Thursday by C. WIIECLETl A 1TC. S. ITIAIIONEY TIIUESDAY, AUGUST 8 1S72. i FOR PRESIDENT. - , ULYSSES S. GRANT, - OF ILLINOIS. :. , ' FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. ',"' I 1 - OF MASSACHUSETTS. . UHIS ELECTION. Grand '--Triti"mpi of the Republican Ticket!! Republican Candidates Elect ed by over 500 Majority ! ! TfcY Fjiray Routed Horse, Foot, and Dragoons!!! . Tb Election on Thursday laat passed off quietly all over the county. The friends f the different candidates of both parties workrog quietly ' but earnestly i. for their respective" favorites. About six o'clock in the evening the returns commenced owing in yid showed a large Republican majority in nearly every District. . The strong Democratic Districts falling far short cf their usual majority; showing Republican gain every where. '. - The tneaipb of the ticket is complete and the Democracy f Washington County objected fc an hum Faa ting defeat. This shows f laiaf what a well organized par t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 August 1872

r i i i ..vihited to nil this week. iffi '.Pl'le we have seen JUKI - - " , 7 Of c TT.1- an OIU cm : V: lived in tbe 13th .DO fnet for pernaps v ; ' ,l" J-Et SuDda: morning, at the 'i -concert given at College 11 Lby ai.d Wednesday nights by ' iTxL .nd eentleuian of this pi nail. the ace eLW the Southern PJJ- ukIi was . and in the eiitertainment ol " jpectble audience. iriS Apple trade has already com jvitb'0'ir merchants. There w ill thousand dollars worth bought j in this market. The price at thU t one dollar per bnahel. lament . . wm te a Tournament at Ander fiUde, on Buffalo Creek, on Friday, August 17th. Invitation is ex o all wbo desire to ride. Bat. . Trt fine hat will . change hands vin 'tct as soon as the result of the Cirolioa election is known. v-th- urioM drouth prevails in this section Should we not bave rain iu Jjjbjf, upland corn will Le very irt ft ft li De plea.-e 1 to return our th bi t country friend for a very large i itGciuua w'aterme"iO, tut he :ys 'n aetion bis...

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. — 8 August 1872

1 A- flly lloac B "tome,' my own dear home, -.'' I It-isa-happy place,. ; Where smiles of love are brightening r Each" dear familiar lace. Where parent's arras enfold me In fond embraces pressed. Al daily, nightly blessings Upon the household rest. Qur morning salutations, 'V I low gladsouiely they sound ! . And kind "good-nights," at evening ,-Llke curtains close us round. c The bird I seeks not to wander " ' From its own quiet nest, Baft deems it of all places The dearest and the best. Home is iny nest, where round me ' "Soft sheltering wings are spread, And peace, aud joy and gladness, ' With shade and sunlight shed. Oh. may 1 bring- no shadow ' Of sorrow, or of care, " To dim the cherry brightness 0 happy faces there ! - ?: r Hr""""" Origin f the White Trash. A negro preacher -delivered a funera discourse, over the body of and old coloied brother ,'io which ho gave an : account of the genesisof the species white,) which throws Darwin and 11 - other of bis vain philosophy of mole...

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. — 15 August 1872

Jlu'l ;.; -TVS- c i Y ILL . M. - AliM , Published EVmr THCIisxAYBX . , WIIEEL.EII Jfc DAHOMEY. tfEBMS: $2 00 per Annum, Instance, TERMS FOR ADVERTISING-. Square one Insertion, 1 00 " Each subsequent insertion.... 75 " TlireeTIonths, .5 00 r - - .......... v j Hi - " R OO One Tear..... I Cola 4 ........12 00 amn-pne Year. 23 00 ..40 00 .. . . 75 00 44 ' 44 ' 14 ...140 00 ALL advertisements due when inwrted. anless upon special agreement. Where I ttttj number; of. Insertions is not marked, advertisements will be Inserted "til for bid and chanred accordingly. For the announcement ol candidates for State Offices, $10; County, $5; Municipal, I3i invariaoiTjn advance. - y W0MASS WORK.' bafhlng little stockings . ; ; , -For restless little feet ; "Washing little faces . , To keep them clean and sweet; Ilenring Bible lessons ; .VTeaclitng catechism ; A V-v- .v . Praying tor salvation From heresy and 6chism -; , z i f tt .in Woman's work v , Sewing on the buttons ; Overseeing rations ; k Soo...

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

gjgrald ami xihnnt. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY C WIIEEUGII St M. S. JIAnOXET THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 1872. FOB PEESIDENT. - . . . ULYSSES S. GRANT, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. HHJ!NiiY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS. Call for a Convention. Joxesboko, Tenn., 1ID., $72. J In obedience to the . action of the Re publican Executive Committee of the 1st Congressional District, which met at Greensville, Tennessee, on Saturday the 10th day of this month, for the purpose of organizing, and fixing a time and place for holding a Republican Convention, to nominate a candidate for the 43rd Con gress, DLtrict Elector, and other pur poses. I hereby call a Convention, to meet at Rogersville J unction on Wednesday; the 21st day of August, instant, for the pur pose above indicated. It is hoped that the Republicans of the various Counties comprising this- Ceagre?sfonal District will send up foil' delegations to said Con vention. The Convention will be called to order at 11 fcVoek, A. M. on said day. NEWTO...

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

Xlit7KSlAY, AUGUST 15, 1872 Cherokee InstitUtei Opened last Monday wittt seventy stu dents. . . jsa&o iiodge- If this gentleman who was a member of the 4th Tennessee Infantry Regiment in tbe late ar, , will call at Wm. M. QrUbam's otnVe, in this place, be will bear of something to bis advantage. ' A fine hog belonging to Balwin Cox. committed suicide on Sunday, by banging Itself in a fence crack. It left no expla nation behind. Knoxville Clironicle. Did it leave none nowhere else ? Killed- An old gentleman by tbe name of Grigsby, was run over and killed by the passenger train last Saturday evening near Bristol. Fanners visiting Carter's Depot should call n Esqr. Cunningh im who will take pleasure in giving instructions on "What bo knows about raising corn on tbe bill aide." We call tbe attention of parties who vlsb to purchase a small but valuable little farm, to the advertisement in anoth er column. Tbe location is in one of the Vest neighborhoods in the county. Tfeanka. Our to...

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

I know t love the Sunday School, I love it laws, I love its rules ; I love its laws, I love its rules ; ' 1 love its teachers, too. CHORUS ! I love my classmates, I love niy classmates, - i I love my classmates, ; I love my teachers, too. I love these walls that 'round me stood ; ' This Sunday School has clone me good, This Sunday School has done me good, vFor I have tried to learn. Chorus : I love, dc, Ve have met here from day to day, To spell, to read, to sing and pray ; To spell, to read, to sing and pray ; 'With those we love so well. Chorus : " I love, &c. Twould grieve my heart to say farewell, To those classmates I love so well ; To those classmates I love so well ; Sitting around me here. Chorus rflove,'&c ' ; J S -. ' ' When Sunday School don and o'er. We'll meet toartncr hfre no nw.re ; We'll meet together here no more ; O ! may we meet above. Chorusi I love. &e. . - - I am willing now to give my hand, To meet you in that goodly laud ; To meet you in tlwt good...

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

and Srifamg. t nTBL liiI TuKT " TIIXX3IA Y-T wheeled , jki iiJ3ioxinr.c TERMS: 3 00 per Annum; In uJyance TERMS FOR ! ADVERTISING-. Square one Insertion,... .i 00 44 Each snbsequent insertion.... 75 44 Three Months, 5 00 . M sir i.; ;.8oo 1 ,l One Year.... .12 00 Column One Year.: .25 00 - 40 00 - 44 75 00 " ......140 oo ALL advertisements dae when inserted, nniew upon special .agreement. Where .khe number oC insertions is not marked. Advertisements -will be inserted 44 til for- ' bid," and cliarffed accordingly. For the aniKHincrnient ol candidates for State Uinees, ? 10; County, o; Municipal, j. lnvanaDiy ,iu aarance. . w aiTTB ra tbb bkk4l a t.ibojib. iTeeplBS Tor A Klgbt Joy Cometh "" , ' BY ALPHA i r " tflrin tittm ?ai I : . . . , ,, , ... I E II L1X .11111 B.llllllinTO r - . ltt, -. Oh fainting world-worn soul look up ! ?i'ho' full I overflowing seem thy cup Ofvbittcrness Ills Word is true. And- he has promised rest to even you t Yea, though tliy path may seem SMore"rnrjred' t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 August 1872

gj r ra i cl a n tt :.u?r ( o tut c rPBLISIIED EVERY TnCRSDAY EY WIIEELER & 31. S. MAISONEY -THURSDAY, AUUt'ST 22 1872. H '' . . 1 " ill1 L'jt.--."" -j'A ; : : 'FOU PliESIDEXT. ULYSSES S. GRANT, - ut iiiJAUis. ?J v -I V v . . . . . J! FOtl VICE-PKESIDEXT. OF MASSACHUSETTS. ..Tfli: C0.1IIXG COXIEST. . , TLVcrowning event of tlic prerent rear will Be the election of a President and Vice-President. One of the great pcliti I parties that dow exist in this coun. try must - control the destiny of the Jiation for tbc next four years; and tbe Important" question ' that now agitates .the popular mind Is: which thall it be? Shall the Republican party, which, for the paat twelve years, has by the weight -of its grand - achievements and the in " flnence of a constantly increasing desire on the part of tho people to sec rigut and justice prevail over tyranny and in jnitice, still maintain its hold upon the Government and complete the work so 'well begun : or will an overweaniner desiro for; ...

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

' .T 'l'" " ' sasa.ii...... -,'- -uli.nw rnlitnr v ' aaasariaBMiMiiia mm iHM'WWUi .a.. adnata t msm .iiM!!"1"11 ' 'IT:.'': ' ' . .-..-Z--.- --r- - 1 ,' ' rt . - -r 1 r T ' ' ' ' - ' - - . . ' ' -- " - ' , 'I t i 1 - . I t i k a 1 TlJUKSDAYy AUGUST 22. l87i- " Last week oar merchants did a'" heary vuntm in tlie produce. lin'ej-J ; A . ; j Hogs on the street are getting fat on u'.tor Meloh rinds. '.' ' -: . 1 ' (. 1 i from . the signal there will , be -more brand j made io Washington county this atftMO than any previous year. ( ,i 'i f'., ; !. ." " ii-s;!' 1 " j pain - -r ';- -- Refreshing showers, ' bar ' cooled th e air, and started the . fall pastures .to grow ing. ;, " ': ? ' ... 1 1, 1 1 1 1 . . . i. . -.i TtfTieat. - )(-" A great deal of wheat ! changing bands at $1.12 for Red,--and $1.25 for white. ... ... ... Crockery.; 17 O a' Mai. Greene Click., bas recently been a. town, and supplied oar merchants with crocks. - -- County Representative" ;- t John Bowman, of Johnson City, i...

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. — 22 August 1872

r . ; Kamrae Sbc t av - - acnever yu see a aoktor who aiwus Irarou on too tamp, to ken bet be is looking for a job. ' The bulk or mankind ire mere lmita tor of Terj poor originals. - It ix grate deal easier tew be a philoso pher after a man has bad a warm meal tban it ix when be don't kno whare he going tew git one. It ! , Most men lament their condishan in life, bat there are bat phew, after all, who are enperior to it v To nerer despair may be God-like, but It ain't human. . . - v. Anektasbun looks well in a monkey, u. Tricing tew define lore is like trieing tew ell how yu kum tew brake thru the foe; sll to kno about it ix. yu fell in. and rot ducked. . ... ' ' I The principal important ov a mistery is ti mistery itself. What makes a ebost SO retpektabie a karakter ix that noboddy ver sawxHie. : . . ,'Tbe pedigree that we receive from our asestors u like the money we receive front them : are not oxitekted tew live on the principle, bnt on the accumulasbnn, and transmit the m-incin...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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