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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 October 1870

f V ' i v ( Zi ttii '. , ' r i f it vv ' . (?:;!.' ' . .... ; . ... .... ' .rrru V , .... t . ..fr Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People ..t . VOL. II. JONES BOItOUGII, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1870. NO. 8. : 1 ; : K J -: .... s '-;' 3 Attn& amVSiilmnc. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY DR. C. WHEELER A ...... DR. iTI. S. 1TCAHOXEV. TEIOIS: 82 00 per Annum In advance. PROFESSIONAL. 3. B. M'LIN. . B. L. BLAIR. ' M'LIN & BLAIR, Sttorutne at fato, AND Collecting Agents, JONESBORO', TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business tntrut'il to im throughout tlie counties comprising Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7(cti:My THOS. H. REEVES, ttonug .at E;ut JOESBOROV TCXX.,' WILL attend to matters connected w ith the purchase of Heal Estate, Settling Estates, Collecting Debts, &c. Office Up-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith! Shop. 70aiig-2.yl S. MUXSOX, - l.ate of I MuniH:i Svyinour. - E. I. BAILEY, Cashier...

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 October 1870

fttaia.nndftrttatnc. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY UY Dr.C ITJIEELJER A ' Dr. 91. S. JIAIIOXEY THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1870. ATTENTION ! Reduced Rates for the Campaign. We have concluded to furnish the Ilr.itALD A Tribune to'wibscribers from this date SxntU after the election for Con gressmen tiext -Fall - at the - foliewing ICEDUCEP KATES: , Single subscriber! $0 ")0 . A ny" person sending a club' of Ten sub t cribersJ at FIFTY CENTS each, will re ceive copy free. , . . Now is the. time to pet a FtRST CLASS newspaper ror the campaign, Send in yonr club at once, accompanied by the can. AfHire . WHEELER & MAHONEY, Herald and Tribune Office, '.)'. Jorcsborough. Tenn." ; XII K SENATORIAL CANVASS. - In another colamn will be found the proceedings of the Republican Convention which assembled at Ehzabethton on Friday of last week, to nominate a candidate for Senator in the 1 st Senatorial District of Tennessee. It will bo seen that Col. S K. N. Patton, of this county, received the nomination...

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 October 1870

r I HERALD AND TRIBTXNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING-. Square one insertion, i ....1 00 -Each subsequent insertion; . . " 4 i) 44 Three Months, "Six 44 44 One Year ...... Column One Year 5 00 , 8 00 12 00 25 00 " 40 00 44 , i : " ......75 00 1 44 44 : 140 00 ALL advertisements due when inserted unless upon special agreement. vt here the number of insertions is not marked advertisements Mill be inserted "til for bid." and charged accordingly, For the announcement ol candidates for State Offices, $10; County, $o; Municipal, $3, invariant m advance. THURSDAY. OCTORER 20, 1870. Tlir Mite Society will meet next Tuesday evening at Dr. M. S. Mahoney's. Rhea Lff X. 47. i Regular Meetings every Monday night, I Important to lawyers. The opinions of the Judges of the Su preme Court of Tennessee, now in session ; in Knoxville, will be published in full, I from day to day, in the Knoxville Daily Press ani Herald, ihe Press and Herald will be mailed to subscribers in : any portion of the State, from no...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 October 1870

" .' ! HI s I 1 1 u u M ! i . ' .1 4 i - -1 0 ;vs-cdiiiK la the Full. JV "rotation of crops, where the im- f;pfv4nieat oQthe soil in an olyect, the land "fiiad bo mainly seeded to clover, . which jdtrC 'VLcbeet when sown in the spring. -Tbe& timothy, if sown at all, is pulj "added 5 lielp the clover make a fulLfiiva growth, nd keep the land fully covered and occu pied. ?But' in cases of tlm kind the land should not be kept in grass longer- than two years, as then the clover will he mostly Tun oat, and there will not be enough tim othy to make a good crop. Therefore, in most cases, when seeding down- for a per manent meadow or pasture, ot where the land most be kept in grass a long period, It should be mainly seeded to timothy ; or, in sections or fields especially adapted to red top or June grass (Kentucky bine grass) with timothy and these grasses mix ed in such proportions as experience shows to be the best. - Then it is usually the best to sow these grasses in the fall, and s...

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 October 1870

A . - - ' v- . ! - ' ,v - " - - -'-.A-.-.'-"?-" . ,..,.... n..,ir- 11 ,1 - i !-. 1. 1 '-1 ii - Aw-, . . ' - - '" ' ' r .,-.-. JW -rS TOO lilt, tn'i ii i , --; , rutr-r-i rt r " I -1 ' ! V- " i' 1 r '-' f A ..T 0 OHO ' 'T triA : ; .. . :' i " ! Zl V ,: .f 1 i 2 4 J r- w 1 Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men,.wiU jXoVr - " : C'J 511 v,il H 3' ----- - - " - r : ! ; M -J-i -JLLi vli ALT v ! ii a!J Ji V Ai - - . Uvl I J h VOL. II. Ijicrald ami ftvifowc. I'UKLISHED KVEKY THURSDAY BY DBfCi 'WHEELER Oc ' A J. DR. 71. S. MAIIOEY. TEUMS: $2 00 per Annum iu advance. IUOFESSIOXAl i. U. M'LIN- K. BLAIR. f - M'LIN" & BLAIR, ttorutns" tit A Collecting A.gents, JONESBOBO', . . . .TENNESSEE. X'hompt attention piven to all business CI1triist-tl to througliout the counties comprisins: Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octl3-ly 1 THOS. H. BEEVES, ; JO!KSBORO .' TEWm.v "WILL attend to matters .connected with the purchase of; Keal Estate, Settling Estates, Collecting Deb...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 October 1870

tcrnld mid Sfrftimc. PUBLISHED EVERT TIICKSDAY BY Dr. C WHEELER & ' . Dr. in. s. TiAiioxmr. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1870. TIIE CO.XGRESSIONAL RACE. Speaking at Embrecvillc. - . Indent on hearing tbe discussion by the different candidates- who bad appointed to meet at .JSinbreeville, .in tbia county, on Wednesday last, we proceeded to that point in company with tbe several aspi rants for Congressional honors. - There was a respectable ' sized gathering of all shades of political opinion, as well as of colon, and a good! number of the fair mx mingled with the others, to bear tbe dough t j champions who had come, with plethoric portfolios and saddle bags well stuffed with, political documents, , prepar ed to demolish each others ' The time al lowed each speaker was thirty-five minutes for the opening speech and ten minutes in which to reply to any new issues which the discussion might dcvclope.. 5 Mr. W. P. Gillenwaters made the open ing speech and confined his remarks to a discussio...

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 October 1870

HERALD AND TRIBUNE; TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Square one-, Insertion,... .,..... 1,00 Each subsequent insertion', li.-75 t Three Months, 5 00 "....v 8 00 1 - "One Year J.....J. .12 00 Column One Year 2."? 00 " " 40 Of) 1 f.",-TNt; W! 75 00 1 " 140 00 All advertisements due when inserted, nnless'-npon special agreement. Where the number of Insertions is not marked. advertisements avUI be inserted "til for- bid," and charged accordingly. ! " For tlie announcement ol candidates for j State Othces.flOr County, $.; Municipal, f 13, invanaDiy in auvance. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1870. I Rhea Lodg 4T. , f Regular Meetings every Monday night, Religions. . . f The Right Reverend Bishop C.T.Quin. I tard. Bishop of the Diocese of Tennessee. I will visit Joncsboroug h Monday, Octo- j uer 31st. t . . The ladies ITCite Society ' : Meets next Tuesday night at the house ofO. J. Bacon, Esq. near the corner of i. Main and Lcesburg btrcets. , ."" i Another Candidate. -' We learn from a reliable source that ...

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. — 27 October 1870

- V, KM' KAS7irmZl:APrEBTlSEMEXT8; in i I f i" r ! I f J r 1 ' . V ' 1 : k; i ! V - 1 r Fattening Mis fr Jflarkeu . Tbe fattening of hogs, though not re quiring as much kUl and i jadgiueut as ; Kine other points in their management, is yct one that will pay aud amply pay for i good attention. Y.vVXeri a hog is to be fat tened for market,' if should be done in tbe Shortest possible- time, a in all cases where life cxistsa"certain" amount1 of ,nctritive matter is nccessdiyfor its support- This is always derived from the food cither directly or indirectly. ' 'And to fatten i hog in the shortest possible time, it is ev- . dent that his wants should be carefully at tended to in every respect. He should be made perfectly contented and comforta- . Lie, and fed jast what he will cat up clean, . at least three times per day : the times of feeding' should be as regular as possible, ana nig i tmi oi tare as varied as .circum stances will admit of, in order that the ap - petite be kept as 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. — 3 November 1870

- ' "- " '- - .... , - " . - . ' ' .- ' - ! , - . , 1 , . - , - ,.-. ,,,, -WJ4 l il l H( J'"..!1 1 i?:L J; 'i 1 i. T7 , J. t r. - ' - j ; f .4 i- i" : : r Honesty , of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, -will secure Happiness to the -People. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1870. - f NO. 10. VOL. H. w ' ir.i! J tp. , ifcf i i- --v-s- y-?Br-"-,.'t imi.ini iwuwi miwi; -iiwi-'iw ii- . i JIJ"" w7" ":.lT ' . Z. ' . ' . - 'TT-1T- ..,.'! V H Tl- i .iMj9.J if viu &i xyL. I herald and Stilimic. : PUBLISH-- EVEUV TIIUKSDAY BV DR. C. WIIECL-R V DR. ITI. S. mAIIOXKY. 2 00 per Annum in advance. I pROFKSSIONAl- It. L. ULAIH. i 1FLIN & BLAIR, Stlnrncns at AND 'Collecting A.;eits, ' JONESBOBO'. TENNESSEE. " Prompt attention given to all business ntni-tMl t us throughout the counties coiiiiirMnjr Upp-r Et Tennessee. "- OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octl-My " THOS. H. REEVES, JMtonuij at att JOXKSBORO', XJGX3T., yil.l- attend to mutters eotineeted with A the pnrehiise of Keal...

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. — 3 November 1870

c$tfivxtl !tmT TTvtltttni PUBLISHED EVEKY THURSDAY BT Dr. C WHEELER V nr. PI. S. ItlAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1870. THE EL.ECTI 0 IS' XEXT TUES DAY. The election of Governor, Congressmen and members of the Legislature, takes place on Tuesday1 next, tLe 8th inst. It wilt, therefore, be 'impossible for es to get out another "sue of this pajcr .tciors the important event takes place. We trust ecry Republican : T1?, .bj,', this tiaac, ;fally impressed with tie importance attached to this election. As tho time, draws nigh, the chancs of the Democracy sndeceding in electing their candidate for. Congress in thjs district, grow less every day, and, if the Republicans turn out as they ore wont todo on such 'occasion?, victory will be certain and complete. , ... ilr. . 1. Gillenwaters, having with drawn from the canvas, there is cow but one Republican in the field against two jTcmocrats." This leaves no room for 3ouLt as to the result, lion, R. R.' IJutler will be. re-elected by a largo ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 November 1870

t J 4 - 4 ! I- HERALD AND .TRIBUNE. TSRMSCjOH- VEIlTISiNG. Square one insertion no . ... T- ' L V. .,,., ,. " Three Months r do "Sis. " 1 " OneYear.. ..r. Column One Year.. 8 00 rf -..i....l2 00 2. 00 40 00 1 " t...7 HO l - ":....".'.....;.;;.... 140 oo ALL advertisements due when inserted, miles -upon ppeeial agreement. Where the iinniher of insertions is. not marked, advertisements will be inserted " til for bid.' and charged accordingly. . For the announcement ot candidate for State Offices, $10; County, $.; Municipal. 93, invariably in advance. TIIUHSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1870. Rhea Lodg !Vo. 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. R pnMicati! Remember that next Tuesday is the day to decide who t-hall he chosen to make the laws by which we are to he governed. If you remain at home, and tail to per form the duty that is devolving upon you, we hope that you will not have t lie LoM TicKs to complain if the opposition is 'Hefted, and enact such laws as you are not willing to abide by. 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. — 3 November 1870

: : : : . :- " 'i''S . --j - J 1 i NASliniVB AtV2XTISEXStT& : i r 9 ' .if: ly $ -if! T ; ' Wr i . Ml ' I ;4 .t .UCENSED!TO DO WHATtf ; li BY, REV. JOJIN PIERPpNtf J Licensed to nnke the stioug nunwcak, Ueened to lay the wwman low.-'p Licensed a wilt fonu heart to break." - Aud make her children's tears to flow.; .' - . -. -- . - ' i Licensed to do the neighbors harm, j "Licensed to kindle hate and strife, XJccnd to nerve the robber's arm, f Licensed To v bet the murderer knife. L- ' - . . . Licenced t by neigbborffpnre td draia And on hut uoul asaadow cast, Licensed to heat his feverish Drain Till madness crowus.thy work at last. . 'nn Licensed like a spider for a fly, . : To spread thy nets for meu. thy prey. To mock his struggles, drain him dry, -. Then cost the worthless husk away. , . Licensed where peace and qniet dwell, To bring disgrace and want, and woe; Licensed To make tins w orld a hell. And lit man for a hell below, SclccCintFrcit Trees u . Alwaj-s buy fruit trees ba...

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. — 10 November 1870

t f 3 . 7 or . I -. ! I . ft ... t ' - r -; a f.:v4V.'i;riflT -Oi-r .w Si tLii-.i ... i .'Honesty of Purpose and Equal.Rights to-an Men; win secure 'Happiness to tha People'.- ! '" K 'i': -A)?n ' '. ' f ; .-. V .Tr .. ''.;,. -'.0 ' " ' - It -- VOL: It TQNESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. THTJRSOM, OVElER 10, 1870. i : ? . . ' V, " ' " ' - - - - m ... " , ,( -.TT : . . ,,t ........ ' ' Hi rv .'jticrnW ami Srtlrunf. r . :. ' , - I'L'ISIIEI KVEitV TIIUItSDAV BY OR. t. WHEELER & - DR. if. S. ITIAIIOXriY. PROFESSIOXAI j. it. JI1.I. . R. I.. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, AND Oollecting Agents, JONE3BOBO'. . TENNESSEE. pHoiPT sittfiition given to nil biiiiii-HS Tnt-iit'l i throughout tli counties OFFICE undsr Keen's Gallery. 7iocii;i-iy THOS. H. REEVES, i Jttontrn at axv, 1 JOXi:SliORO ..TEX., . f AVILl- attfinl to matter -oii!iect'l with i tin? Mircliax of Ural Estate, Settling 3. KM.ite.-, ;o;ifCtiiifr l;bt?, &c. Office L'vStain, over Atkin-iou's Sil ver Smitir Shop.' ' - 70ati2yl t. Ml'XSOS, - ...

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. — 10 November 1870

ti er,. it i T.".; I i 1 is ' u 3 4k 1 1 ' 4 t I ! i i t. : ,1' ! - 1 i i MM X IjcvaM and Wxihxiw. rUBLISIIED EVKKY TIItRSDAY 1JY Dr. C. YI IIEIXI2R Ac Dr. JH. S. ITIAIIOA'EV. TIIITItSDAY, NOVKMUKlt 10, 1870. THE ELECTI0X." . Our latest returns indicate that lion. R. rlt, Butler ia elect e J by. a good, majority, lie fcas crrfied every cou'ity in the district cAt KolHa nnd possibly Hawkins. V . White, the two nominees, received the -'tml'fc'oT the Totes cast. Independent can- "- d Wales ftood ,' no' chance nt all.' " In thin i ''countrfcMr. II. II. Cirr, the nominee of , : the. Democratic party U elected "by , a few votes. -JTlirpuch tlie foolishness of omc &-feemnsrs of the Republican party, Wash ' ington eminty ia to be again rcprc.eutcd by a Democrat. '-jv ;V - - . On Monday last, after the speaking by jtheJdjnVent candidates' fof the Legislature .i firas vr.'iAIr." .West lie rejnlar' nominee f the party, fearing thut i? remain longer u rr tin? tralc would result in the defea...

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. — 10 November 1870

5 TEm,LI3"0BAPXEIlTlSINa; Square one insertion........... 00 "1 i 1 - Each wibwoneut insertion;;, 75 ,u-TUrc4 Mo'ntli?,.'.. ."..5 oo 1 " Sir " 8 (X) 1 One Year ,?..2 00 Column One Year.... ......'.....,25 Oo " " .40 l " " 75 00 1 '... t 140 00 Al.t. advertisements due when inserted, mite upon special awomvvMWhcre the. number of insertions is not marked. advertisement win oe uiserieu " til for ' hid. and charged accordingly... For the unnouncennrut oi candidate for State Oitie.-s, ?10; c 'ounty, S ; Municipal, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. Rhea I,oI?t Xo. 47. Kerrular Meetings everv Moinlnv night, A w Paper." We have received the first number of the Jn:kn Daily Tde'jnijjh, published at Jackson, Tennessee. It is a neat and lively sheet. Democratic in politico, ami publishes, mil the news, our exchange list, and cess. We welcome it to wish it every suc- DaMiing. Our dashing young gentlemen have been enjoying the "inelancholly days, the iddciit of the year" mast, splendid Fine horses and...

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. — 10 November 1870

,' v - - - : , tf '" . . - . ' 11. ."I -1 . 1- 11 ii' " JL' '-"' '- " " .'' ! : . V: I ! t t t. 1 . . 1 -i - v . 1 t 1. -v'' 1 i If ? I i r OH 1 - Remedy fmr Chicken Cliolera. - IlaririfT bean BUCCeftfcfill fir tlx In at torn T - -years in raising thickens, despite the fear f ,ful cholera bo fatal all over the country. ' I feci that others ought to have the benefir j. or my experience, for what it 13 worth, I ? Mine are the light Brahmas. Three times w-ia two. years baa the--disease,-! n a violent foro, attacked the flock, -and each time I iae thecked it -ty iming. a-adtctida, objy lf ;loseing nine the first, five; thOjSecond and1 three tbe lat time, thoimh a number more .-.were -drooping with the premonitory yinp- n ' toms, ana some were apparently beyond -relief. - 1 ;v' C ',';'' ; , Many say they Lave. tried this remedy; 1' r and nave no faita in it; they keep it be fore their fowls continually, having a b.iru alTr UuufcinulIiAs. oAgciit of it tied in the water pau. My observa ti...

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. — 17 November 1870

4 i ' t T 1 V 1 U ; i:i 0 i 5 i V Honesty of Pjirpose and Equal Rights to aU Men, vriXL secure Happiness to the People.' VOL. II. JONESBOROUGH, , TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1870. NO. 12. ' . , . . . , - ... . - 1,1 f ' - . . . ... i .. 1 , ,' . ' . 1 " i , .1 A 4 i t i I J 'TjGtraW anil 55ti"JHnc. J PUBLISHED EVERY TnUESDAY BY . '-DR. C WIIEELER 3c DR. n. S. MAIIOXEY. TliILS: f'2 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAI. J. B. M'LIN. R. I. BLAIK. M'LIN & BLAIR, !ttotncus at tato, vr3 V AND 1 J Collecting Vents, 1 ' JONESBOBO'. TENNESSEE. Piiomit attention given to all business h! ntru-it'l to in throughout the counties comprising L'pper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. , t 70octl3-ly "THOS. H. REEVES, - attomm at Bair, JO.ESBORO TEXX., wit I. ittcml to matter connected with tin purcliii of Ueal Kstate, S.'ttliu K-tates, Colifi-tin Debt?, &e. : . " Ollit'C U-Stairs.. over Atkin-oiTs Sil ver Smith's !-hp.- 70au2'y I . ML'NSOX, K. 1. I5AII.KY, CatthiT of Exi'hnn...

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. — 17 November 1870

J J i ''A i it 1 -.41 M.I S.J t 1J Us : 1,1 j i K .; is 4 ft 1 4v Vf r1 i I mald and nftmc. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TJr. C WHEELER & Dr. 71. S. MAHONEY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1870. THE NEXT IIOITSE OP REPBE. SEXTATIVES. "We Lave seen many statements in re gard to the political complexion of the next IIou. ' ef Representatives, many of 'tbem estimating the Democratic gains at 'a figure the fcicts in the case do not war- VantJ ,Thi most correct statement we have eea is in a "Washington despatch to the Cincinnati Commercial, which places the number of Pcmocrats in the House, at ninety-two, allowing them all they have . in the present Congress from the States which hare not yet htd their elections. A full house consists of two hundred and forty-three members. This leaves the Re- . publicans a majority of fifty-nine, aplenty for all practical purposes air matters now : stand, ' having no Andrew Johnson with a v 'policy of his own to enforce against the will of the people," we ha...

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. — 17 November 1870

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERM 3 FOR ADVERTI3IUO-I Square one insertion, 7. ,n.. no " Each subsequent insertion 7- "Three Months, 5 x yix 8 Oo 1 One Year 12 00 1 Column One Year 2." ort 40 00 i i -.- 75 (K) f " 140 00 ALL advert isemnnts due when inserted, unless upon special agreement. Where the number of insertions is not marked, advertUeinents will be inserted 44 til for bid." and charged accordingly. For the announcement ol candidates tor State Offices. 10; County, $3; Municipal, f.3. invariably in advance. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1870. Rlira Vods X. 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. Temperanre .Heeling:. A Uuion Meeting in be-half of the cause of Temperance will be held in the Presbyterian Church on Sabbath night next. The Pastors of 'the different churches and others, will make addresses. Our Paper. We have learned it to be a certain fact that a newspaper cannot be published suc cessfully without money. Those who are not acquainted with the business, think, perhaps, it is but ...

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. — 17 November 1870

i " if 1 1 r ill Ml;' )) I! . i ,1 ''4 1 1 Fntcta for Farmers. . Never keep your cattle short ; few farm ers cah afford it. . If you starve them they viH starve you. Rain is cash to a farmer. The foot of the owner ia the best ma nure for land. Obtain good seed, prepare your ground veil, sow enrly, and pay very little atten tion to the moon. - - - - Cultivate your own heart aright ; re member that "whatsoever a man sowetb, that shall he also reap." Keep notes of all remarkable events on your farm. Recording even your errors will be of benefit. Ground once well plowed u better than thrice poorly. ' Weeds that grow unmolested around the fences, stump, and stones, scatter their Mods over the farm, and are very likely to grow. When you see a fence down, put it up ; if it remains until to-morrow, the cattle may get over. T Ck Vegetables. It is often observed that a meal from vegetables is not satisfying. I have found it frequently happen that tho persons who thus objected did not know eve...

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