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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 29 August 1878

munn it W. 8. TIPTO X, VBBY Till RSPiV MoM.M.NU. TISHIi on ropy oh rrw one cony mi womb Oue cur 111 roe moaUu tl. .. i ,'.eS ! I" . I to liprlMKC bu UUa'lit U DM U print a nawauiiuar on uwHL VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TENN., AUGUST -2, 1878. NO. 34. RATES OF ADVERTISING. nmlar rates of idnrtlainir. SI per eqtura Unit urn. rt.uu, awl 60 ctuU each ubaiuul WaerUoU. Bpeci.l rontrarta will he mails for all adver tiaeuwuu fur four in rtmiui or orer. Tranaitnt advertieementi always payable quarterly in advance. llama.' nJ obitnarr ruiti , over oat quire, oharged for at naif ruur MO All local ooUom 10 oenta a l.ne for each u- No notiooa oenta. Inserted for leaa than fifty A GRAND SONG. lu Tain tui li tell ua tuna can alter ild Iotii or ni.ke old tncmnra falter. Il.aiv.itb the oU y.ar the old Tear life cloaca. The old dew atill fallaou the old awfw t flowcra. 1 lie old aim revive tlie uew tledjjed bourn, Tbe old auuimer i . i tbe ucv,-Uru roaie. Much more a Muae tliat I tar upon bur Itaiojent and ...

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. — 29 August 1878

The Weekly Herald. AL'(tUS'I 29, W7S. RKI'IBIMCAV tiTAi'E K.TIO.. lion. V.mrraon I i hi i Ida pni Inuled lor tioiinioi , Jlut Aflrrnardii Derllncs Kuce. the It I that Judjje ,,0,,n A- ntnjdril ill maki-th race for on- rM Ui tlie NaabTllle district :ni,-t Mr. yi)iic. Tin- Vailty Heniltl w ante a b;iU iuIimiiii o prove the editor of the "wind 111" to I 1 1 uu ii'Uii" liar. Thai V MMM'H jilt ioti V) iit-d no one here claims that lie evei told anything idae. The Hmnd district him two Indepen dent '4udidati's or Congresi W at kniH and Kirhy in tlie BMBQtlnM Judge Honk will bl elected by a hiind- rom- majority. pmpp 'IHic Nashville Aiuwican is noted for Its lying qualities. Its report of the Mate Convention last week was very ;n!tu'u . The 5iu-li villi- HaiuuT had it jcportfd eorreetly and therefore de serves the thanks of the Convention and every one else that desires the truth. The action of the Republican inthis iCotigrtwinnail district depends cypsid wV.y s)pon tin. Qfaanbackora, abou...

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. — 29 August 1878

I 31 The Weekly Herald. LOCAL. NhWHl'AI'KIt mi hi"1" We publish tin: following for tho Umi. iU of ttiuti- who ilo not unUcittuiid t tin Inn lu urh cusea. 1. Any htkoii who take a PfPV rejrularly from the potoflIce, whether tllreotcd in aiit BUM or another's, or whether he Iia sulm-rilied ur not in tSS)MNiatblt fur paynii iit. J. If a xrsou.vriliTit hi yi H continued ; he muHt pay hII arrears, or the publisher may OOUtlniM to Wild it until payment la HSl4t. Md then col lect the wholi: amount u UrUutr the. pa per In taken from the orlioe or not. 3. The ..tirt- have decided that re fuln to take ncwsncrs and psriotll" ali" from the pMMMM or rumoin mill leaving them uncalled for, is pri ma faclo evidence, of inteiitionul fraud. t ll ...ggg" Out ut over two hundred delegate to the Republican State Convention last week, not a single one w a- drunk. The Monroe County Fair AaaOcllttOW eudt ut tlicir premium M-! and desires a notleu, but don't even tend HI a com plimentary ticket. The city co...

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. — 29 August 1878

AGRICTlrrHE. STAtalxo Corn Vduuuh. 1 hare pTMCkwd lurking; fodder (or twenty vear never had any apoll, and after t ying various waye, think It detldedly tirelt-rable to all other tnodft, because tlrM, none but the butu, the worthies iiortlon, are exposed to the bleaching ruins of winter, and second, becniai' a larger (juanlity can be placed close by the feeding place than by any other way. I put usually lifly shocks of one hundred hills each in a stack. A few sticks are placed on the ground to raise the centre of the stack. The centre must he kept up sufficiently to shed rain from the butu throughout the stack. The stack must be made of such diameter only aa to allow the tops of bundles to lap, and thus keep up the centre, a single row of bundles only lormlng the circle. The finishing ot the -tuck should be in form similar to an ordinary lUO-hill shock, and be well tied with a band. 1 feed only four head of cattle from such a stick, aud never had miy damaged by rain; only one course...

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. — 5 September 1878

(flu ootrrkln t)txAt, Kiumn ir W. S. TIPTON, I vkkv tihhsOav MOnOMC TKHMSl one ropjr m year f W out couy Hi inoiiUi 1 i mt copy three luuultu M WLgU) t.(4.ia M txperitn! bu Uuk'Ul u Mt W priul k VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TENN., SEPTEMBER 5, 1878. NO, 36. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Racnlar rata of dn riming, tl pr equal flrat lUB.rt.uu, kuj 60 ctuU Mcb auUMquMUl UiMirtiou Hpedil rontrwta mil be mile for til adyar lueuienU I or f .1 .:.. it or ovu. IVinatent dertteuii,u always paytbU quarterly in advance. Marhai.-a arid obituary notigea, orer oaa square, charged fur at half ro(jar rate. All local uuhoea 10 oeuta a l.ua for eaoti ia erUou. No Dotlow Inserted for lea tiiau lift oeula. COMKTH A BLESSING DOWN. Hi t to the wen of dollars. Not to the tuau of deed., Not to the mau of i. Nor to the man of cieeda, Not to the oue hoee paeelou la for the world a reuowu, Not in form of faahiou, ( otueth a Mesaiug dowu. Not unto lams expaueiou, Not to the uiiai-r'a cImmiI, Nut to the princely mSMtoo, Not th...

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. — 5 September 1878

Th. WffHv Herald DiBRELLS PACKED ihe Weekly Herald. C0NVENT;0N . BJSI I " 1 1 ' mail Kcnoiuipalrd ! m.. r' 1'mmm'' t I. llllMf.t (IMH I. IIM Ik.. v have mmi I one few f Pewoswy ifMtoejally hig noltl worth I.ihi'... In MW York yc- I. r.laj , and Tennessee Itfiiuls Ml cnS. pilT. II waidtlled '' a " IiiH1.iiim ,r:i Ivmocrat a "old :ibb:io lead IHbrell." The. lt CbsUaUOOgS packed lOUVeU- llon bad I" wr il- W? MM to In IN Lowest tUm of ,,,,'ir lnCbattanoogi. ti. Qiwibackersiave oonvenUou nuthillsthf thto'4ont ' WNlnto trandldateMor ftntfress. Ut ,,! out mnn will. Hgou'l Wdrt and Mr. Dibrell will iHtt back t Coil yroi this rime. .f Vj:!iil''toiiNfr think- thttf h SaabvlUe 4Mfffem is 10 ab..sie of IiuImi East tin- prNilMetor may bw ', "hop,. oftatflfWW The Is a Marks prow M tht .1,,., Ullnkof RwllCl Secretary of War runiUulngtlieaetouthern Rebele, Out are niRatiiis'wUh r,'v,'r- w ,lo. ami tmita. Ail it swfulf Wjal ,vtll the Democracy Uare t say now! MoCoimeninWaapWschlntlioCliat. nnnn-a co...

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. — 5 September 1878

The VVeekly Herald. LOC A L. ii:i.i.o PE1 I'll EM. HI I I 'CR M.U -.I'Al l.lt lil. IsMIV I. v!:iii i mill llinli Vt. I !i I.. i flitlr it I u I. .... . 7 , r .1 1 PHMt u rail in lait Break's HepuulMi the following f..r tne ,, . ,,, ... . tlif l.iw In Midi (MM, . rlci laii.l nu t I ri'l:i nl;lil tt HM 1. Any MTM.n a tm take a imiiht j Cnmbt'rlanil rrelyterlaii I'lmri'li to rfUUrljr from the )MlOfMlll, whether (,.,;.,. .,r assisting ill Ute relief iin'(Mi-ii iii iiii-name or HiK.tluT or ' . . ... ,. . . ., . 1 i i i ii i mi. i of lilt i lag in -Jl Irk.-ii ill-lllct-. I lie anetber ne naa subscribed or not i I responsible rbr waent. 1 "''J'-''1 "( naaatlBuj eatyHaww by a. If epereon orikm nls pkpar '--1 it-v. K. W, Motberat, eoutlnnetl ; in- moat pay all arrears, or , , ,u ,., ,f S- Gaat. a relief a tin- unliti-hers inav nt I ihi- ti -eml it . , 1 u ,,t ilnaymc.it . ...). I1 then ool-1 oiaio waa orMlal, with llwfbl- rt the whole at lit whether tilt av I lowing oflweni If. W. NotMral, 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. — 5 September 1878

A. KM l l.'l'l HK. How to BtxoMK a SixcKMruL An a but. lu order to become s successful niiUrlit, three tiling are absolutely ne cessary : 1. A location Hboundlrc with honey lirciliit-lng plants, of (he iliflereut varle ilet, lioili early and late. For early audi a willow, elm, toft maple, cherry, piM, stiple, currant, gooseberry, rasp berry, .to. For summer w hite clover, hatkwood, mustard, cucumber, squash, poplar, lu in (k I ii . For lull buckwheat, golden rod, wild sunflower, and all the varioua varieties of Dowers thai bloom In August and Septeuitier thus keeping onecontinuul flow ot the saccharine juices of nature' laburaUiry, from early spring until the icy hand or winter prepares all nature fur her long slutulier. 2. A good hive; not such as our fa tlicr uaeil (the oll log gum, nail-keg, round straw cup, Ac.,) but a hive that I" i mils every comb to be taken out and examined, and all fie necessary opera Hons pel I'oi'ined without Killing :i single I , or exalting their auger....

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. — 12 September 1878

rrm mwv T XV. 8. TIPTON, CVKRT THt'HSlUV MollMMi. rnwi Ooe OOPT 9M JMT oue uouj au mobtltf UU ObOJ UlTM UuUllU SUiftSlOpiaa ft 00 1 us to zMriaoo Has xiMgbi u tut w print a MWtjpapat ua cnOlk RATES OF ADVERTISING. VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TENN., SEPTEMBER Kg, is7s. NO. 30. Regular rataa of adTf-rUaina;. II per aquara I'.mi marinon, and 60 cent each aubaaquaut UlMrtlUtL Hpedil oontrn-ta will lm ma.li for all advar UhuhiiU for four inatrtiooa or ovar. Tranaiant adTertiaemanta alwaya pavafcla qnaitulv in advauoa. Marriaea Dd obitnarr Dotioea, ovar om aquara, oharged for at balf regur reiaa. All local noUoaa 10 oaoU a l.na for caob ua- sartion No Dotioaa luaerteJ for lea than fifty oaota DAVID GREY'S ESTATE Uvtr hi. (urge bant David Ore Ami ttiouglit of the rich man 'croon the way. " Hammer and anvil for ma,' tie aaid. ' And weary toil for tha utiildrau a bread. " For blm, aoft carpata and pictured walla, A life of eaaa in bta apacioua balla." '1 be clang of balla on bin dreaming broke , A ...

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. — 12 September 1878

The Weekly Herald. SEPT. 12. 1878. , tmiU-r ll wi)l;;he telej(rHh mI ii. H lii!iKU' ttiat the M PhWW sif Tennessee eleeleil Greenhack fon OMMI, Xsnghty UHfiQ nlye. Vermont, true to IMT color, not- .ullitii by an liic-rfjiscl majority from IS.OUO t 20,000. SI II I the DesBO- rms hv the BapoWkM larl..v (lead- AVonder MrbM It died? TV rim trrr1 -endorse DibwD all the time. The river Rhine, as it. well known, Washes (lie eity Of Cologne. But tell hp. nymph, wlut iwr divjne Wgl baBOeforttl was the river Khiner" Oeucr.il Trtbrell If a good elever jolly fellow but then there, are plenty of liittkiadat fellow s. Why t ot eend eome man to OowgMUS, that has talent and w ill be able to do norm-thing or have ome influence f T$c Republican Nominee. Hill inorningN papers announce that Hon. X. M. Wight of Hamilton wwas yesterday nominated by the Republi can for Governor. A joint canvass with Kast and Mrl w ill benangcd at once. The Democrats of Boston have gent a Butler delegation to the State con...

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. — 12 September 1878

The Weekly Hernld. Si W b I All.li IfcIMOV We publish the f'ollonliig for the tH-iifth ill those w liu Ju nut uihIim stand the law lu such cute. 1. Any persou who take a paper regularly DM the postuftlce, whether directed ia hi mint or another', or whether he hai subscribed or not if itponiule tor payment. X. If a perou order til paer di ooiitiuucil ; he uiut pay all arrear, or the publishers may continue to nd it until payment ia made, and then col lect the w hole amount whether the pa per I taken from the ofllec or not. I. The court have decided that re futing to lake newspaper and periodi cal from the poKtotth'o or reuniting and leaving than unbilled for, i pri- .. r I j . i . i uju lane evidence 01 intentional fraud. t LOCAL. Mr. Jame Steed Is dangerously ill at Ma home In this place. Btvenue notice adrertlaed In thi laiim. See another column. Circuit Court adjourned yeaterdaj vetilng after a eion of nine day a. A Memphi telegram taya there were 4J4 new case of fever there Tuead...

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. — 12 September 1878

AGRICULTURE. 1'ci ltby on i Lakor Fcalk. Like very tlitnic elM, poultry rrqulrea to have common iieute uauU in it manage ment. Tltere lh common renae In a lew heim being kept by any man living In a ulty aod having a aniall yard at the back of hit house where, perhapa, he has a stable with a pair ot horees, but there wou'd be (oily in hla liming great numbers. There is good common sense In having a line lot of fowls run ning around every farm homestead, but none In keeping so many as to bring on disease. There would be common sense 1 1 placing 1,000 hem In fanillie of 60 each, over 2u0 acres giving them full liberty to range where they pleased, and having their roosts no constructed that a yoke of oxen or a pair of horses could be hitched to them aud haul them to a new site when cropa growing near required ihe ahseuce of the poultry, or when a coop has been a long time in one place, aud the sur roundings were becoming saturated too much with the raauure. On a large farm with springs ...

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. — 19 September 1878

I n ituan rr W. S. TIPTON, KVKRY THUHHDA Y MOHM.VU. TMUMSi one mpr oae rev f o" iiur cod mi uiuuUu 1 X Uu Oupjr tli'ue luufiUu W MJ.-l U I, t xpertMire bu Uugut as to; U print VOL III. CLEVELAND, TENN., SEPTEMBER 19, 1878. KO. 37. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Bsgalsr rmtee of sdvtrUaing, II per tqiur first iu. it.uu, mud 60 ceuU etch autieequeiit II. M Hi It BpeeUl rontrarta will t mtde for til idver tiMiueiiU (or four uun rtiuna or over. Transient drertisemeuU always pyliie qurtrljr la td, uco. Mtrriipea and obituary notice, over one square, charged for ai liaif re(ar rate. All local notioee 10 eeoU a line for each in-eruou. notioes liuerted for lcea than fifty No A NEW ENGLAND IDYL The elude of night were falling faat, Aa toward the South Kiid swiftly pamed. A ruau who drove an if insane. And yelled aluml w.th minht ami uuin. Whoa. Kuinia ' His feet wi re I raced against the fender ; The poople said, " Ile a on a bender," And null the old plug madly went And wouldu't mind him wurth a cen...

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. — 19 September 1878

The Weekly Herald. 88P7. 19, I iii u lor I in Ffoplr. T(m Xetv Yrk J'ribtiue" sn trtilh fnlly, the rebellion was DeaeOUfMfc. It Inokf out lu lH:iuiratic .States. Jl w u ImtihoO by Southern Democrat. It wsh fostered by Northern DuMIMJKU, iMMiioemtH cfllcered the rebel army. I noeraM made up the rank- and tile. Deui'H'mu llllei! every ofllcc In the Con I fMerate government, from the pi Ml I deucy doaru to tbt clerkebln ami the MtMMIthlrM. Then- w as mil :i Hi-- cpt the randldurr upon the platform' ,. Moulder Ktrai. or a lluktti or a blace in the w hole dcil- Uh concern, lu the DWMOCrittc city Of OH, E. IN. WIGHT, OF lIAMILTCN COUNTY. ilia hulicjt tirktleqivut ol the Mate - hull debt." TIIL l CLLcOW I 1 H If SUM Hiiclng In Memphis and Oilier fcoullirrn itlea. i ELi.ow rum An appeal Tor Action Tue I'fiii Kpreariliia; In West Tennessee Tlir I'lugi iejiiet hi lu return their thnnk to Mi.r. Ida Keith. Ad.lhi T.i thr l'tojl, Ltnrer Eatt Trnntuee Titon, Mamie Itugafa, Maggie ll.nd aiul EUvkt...

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. — 19 September 1878

The Weekly Herald. Ml WirATM otciNiox. We pnblWh th follow lag 1 t,:'' WurAl oftboM w Initio not iiiHlcrstand llic bin in mh-Ii MM, 1. Any HnN vvliu takes a paper milUl lj I rout llit' Ktiltli'f, tthtllicr tlirwiitl in It ix name or another's, or whmlmr In hss miwcrtbBj or not is rtKjiiiiif for PBjrwtiit I, If person ort le r s bll pajier lUi eotlUBUfd : he utuM pay mil arrears, or fin puMiMeri may continue lo Mail it until pay iiiciit in mailt1, ami then col liM't tin- w Imlr. anion nt u lietliet the pi pit' Is taken limn the olllce or not. .1. 'J'lif foiirl have tlei'itlrit that re-tii-in; to lake MH'tnpen Mini le!'inli- nU troni tin' pottotlli-e or removing mid lenvlug them nnralted for, i pri ma I'm ie evidence of intentional frond. t LOCAL. (lo to J. M. ( row, Ajfent, anil buy ti e Kentucky (train Drill It i- pro notinutd the bwt in the market. sep. 6, tf. ElMWBtra will in- found the sn iionocetueiit of s. J. Martin of Monroe County, as a Greenback candidate for tin- Senate. Mr...

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. — 19 September 1878

AG Kiel I I I liK. Htohino l'OTAioaa. Every luutliud hsi been tried by farmer to afore) and preserve IMf loUtoe through winter, and we may aay until potatoe come attain. It ii the most valuable of all v-K table, though bere and there we tind a writer who undertakes to tell us ii i universally consumed in all civil i 1 I countries, as where It cannot be grown It is imported, which can be 4mm long distances without injury, when ventilation is attended to. In storing oiatoes several methods are adopted, yet they are all practically the same, the object being to protect them iigainst freezing, whether buried in pile or stored in cellars. The first coneider . atlon is to keep them in perfect dark ness; the next is, that the bins should not be too deep not over three feet to produce warmth and cause them to Kprout. When stored in the tleld, straight trenches are dug, say twenty feet U length and four or Ave feet wide which are tilled to the depth of three feel With potatoes, then well cov...

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. — 3 October 1878

fl ttUja feralb, resume IT W. 8. TIPTON, EVEBY THI'KHbAY MOKMMI1. TIHMS: One copy ou year uuc eony all months one copy tbrtse mouths blLtfie i'u(M P 1 W M Iiperlrace hM tau.-u u DM U print a bcaixr u credit. i ! . , i ii i il m ill i Iphi r m wm w w v v -r yf y vw- vv RATES OF ADVERTISING. VOL. III. CLEVELAND. TKNY, OCToitKli 3, 1878. NO. 30. fU-uular ntM of 1ti rtlalnv 1 iwr unira D - f 1 Brat 1i11.rt.uu. and U) otuU aach .ulaaaiuul insertion. Special contract, will be made for all adrar Uaciuenu for four inaeruona or over. Tran.ient ad.ertiaamanU always payabU quarterly in advaaoa, Marriaeea and obitnarr notice, oror obs aquaxa, charged for at half regiuu rata. All local uotioee 10 oenU a line for each in eertion. No notioea lneerted for lea than fifty oonU. MY L1ND. hl.c m a rich and rare land . )U ! .lie', a f reeb and f lar laud ; Hue la a dear and rare land 1 In- uatire laud of mine. So men than here are hrarcr, Her women heart ue'er waver ; I'd freely die to Hare her. And thi...

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. — 3 October 1878

The Weekly Herald, j DIBRELL EXPOSED OCT. 3, 167S. VOll GOVERNOR, HON. E. M. WIGHT, OP HAMILTON COUNTY". "I aewpt lli- inti'lid.n-v ujon t lie plutform of 1 he liom-M icttltincijt ol the Slate's liou--t dt-M." Jlcpulilltun Slate Executive lonifiilttrr. 4t, putrid ' Jw. R. tMllln, Chair iii iii. Nashville. 1st T. II. Reevei, Jonesboro'. I'll .1. Mi Thornburjj, KnoxviHe. :ia v. s. Tipton, Cleveland. fan H. h. Cheatham, Springfield. titii .1. ii. Baiiua, HaehvUle, See'jr and 'J'rcas. Till F. A, Montague, Columbia, sili.. I.. Hawkins, 11 ii lit I nation. '.Hit John Nail, Brownsville. 10th In M. Jlill, MemphU. HTATK AT LAWMa (. W. IYere, KnoxviHe. ii. it. Hlnkle, savannah. TH E.ST ATE CANVASS. JOINT APIMlINIMK.NTH (IP DKMOCRAT- 1C AMI KHM'HI.K'AN CAXDIDATKI Th- cnntlidnti - for Governor will nd- dress the people as follow: Tuesday, Oct. I, at Mossy Creek. Wednesday, Oot. S, at Kiioxvllle. Thursday, Oct. 3, at Clinton. V rtoay, Oct. 4 at Maryvilk'. Saturday, Oct. 5, at London. Monday, Oct...

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. — 3 October 1878

The Meekly Herald. M u -.r vrEn nt.t ision. v. r 1 , i o tin' following fur the Ikih til di tbOM who Jo not uiiUerttand the Uw in mcli SIMS. 1. Any MNN who take a paiier regularly from the postofle, whether directed in bii iiHiue or another'!, or whether lie hits subscribed or not 1 jtK)nKlble ltr puTtncnt. I. It a . : inlrr- i,.. Mter tlls- i-ontlnueii ; lie must pay nil arrears, or ll publishers may continue to Send it until Mjrotut Is nutate, Mid then cot- ltd the w hole niuouni whether the jiri pr U taken from the oilon or not. S. 'I'he court have ileclded that re filling to take newspaper' and period! rail tVom the postotllco or removing and leaving them uncalled tor, is pri ma faclt evidence, of intentloiiul fraud. t LOCAL. I iii.Ii Arrlra.li. Kail and Winter Goods at Long & Gray'ti Tlie undersigned have just received their Fall and Winter Stock, a beautiful line if goods, of Millinery A Notions, Pattern Hats, Ostrich Tip-. Wii.gK, and numerous Novelties, Zeph yr Wool Shaw...

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. — 3 October 1878

AQRICULTUBB, CiuvKN Mam hi.no. Many person have an idea thai it laneceaaary to burn plant" In order to procure potash. They alao think vegetable matter must para f h rough the digestive organaof animals in order to be of value aa manure. The truth U, dre docs uotlilng toward the production of potash or any other min eral salt. It simply destroys the vege table, leaving the mineral substance free. No Wind of vegetable matter U as valuable for manure after It has passed through an aulmal at It was before. In truth the most valuable substance it contained went, while in the animal, to repair wastes In the body, to build up new tissues, or to form milk. The In ferior portions of the food, 'insulted to these purposes, were voided as dung. The coarse portions ot the food that were voided were probably benefitted by pacing througn the digestive or gaiiH of the animal, as they were sof tened and put in it condition to lie , inure readily decomposed. The most rational method of increasing tl...

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