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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 August 1872

'xcmU m& Wxitowt. rilOFESSIOX AI rUBUSHED EVEHY TTTCKSDAY BY TEEMSs 2 00 per Annum Ln" advance. TEKHS FOR. ADVERTTSINQ. square one insertion, qo x.acn subsequent insertion... . 75 Three ilonths, 500 -six ;8 00 1 One Year ....12 00 f twamn jne 1 ear 25 00 W- " ;...40 00 i ....75 00 1 44 " 140 00 All advertisements due when inserted, unless -upon special agreement. Where the nttmber Of inKrrinna la Tint murl-i..! advertisements will be inserted 44 til for- ia, ana cnarged accordingly. Fr the announcement ol candidates for ?taie umceg, io; county, $0; Municipal, iuiuij iu advance. I'll K KOW THEE THEEE. BY AMELIA. George D. Prentice said : No living joct can surpass in grace fuljicas and beauty the following lines from the muse o f 'Amelia. They are exceedingly beau tiful. " Pale star, that with thy coft sad light Came out upon my bridal eve, I haTe a song to sing to-night, Before thou taWst thy mournful leave. Since then so softly time has slirr'd - That mouths have almost seemed ...

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. — 29 August 1872

C. XTIIEEJLER & 91. S. M AHONEY THURSDAY, "AUGUST 29 1872. FOB PRESIDENT. TTT VeCJ1?a Q (IT) A "MTI .OF ILLINOIS. ' !. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. HENRY WILSON, OF MASSACHUSETTS, i I, t : FOR CONGRESS. HON. R. It. BUTLER, - - or JOHNSON COUNTY. FOR STATE SENATOR. ' ; S. K. XT. PATTON, ' OF WASHINOTOM COCStTY . FOR ELECTOR. ; F. S. SINGLETAET, - OF CABTEB COUNTY. THE CANDIDATES FOR CON GRESS. The nominations made by tho Republi can party at Itogersville Janction, on the '.2 1st met.; was announced , in our paper last week, and is by this time well known to all oar readers. Of the candidate for Congress. Hon. B. R. Butler, we have in the past expressed our opinion plainly j enough to be understood by all parties. '. He stands to-day where ho stood when Le was nominated to the XLII Congress, .and as bis enemies have brought no new charges against him that we have heard of. further comment as to bis character and worthiness for the position is unneces sary on our partis He is again the nomi...

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. — 29 August 1872

V S. t -i Ml, t t ij V i X1 jvsKctaW audi tfoifamg. ! j TIIURSDAY, AUGUST, 1872 ANNOUNCEMENTS. STATtf SENATOR. Ve re authorized and requested to n.mnce the name of Col. S. K. N. pATT0N,a9 a candidate for State Senator in the first Senatorial District, subject to t Republican Convention. We are authorized and requested to an nounce Col. V. C. Eminent of Carter toouty. s a Candidate for State Senator, la the first Senatorial District, electiou j November next. REPRESENTATIVE We are authorised and requested to tn uouiice Dr II. II. Cabs, as a caudidate ' for Representative in the L.fwer House f the nexe legislature. Election in No- r ': rember next. ' WTe are authorized and requested to ; announce the name of James A. West, i a candidate for County ltepreaentative jn the Lower House of our next Legls laUirc. - Crowded Out Tie Obituary of Mrs. Orr, of Eliza ; lethton, will appear in our next issue. i Boone's Cieek- Is enjoying a good school. J. C. Cox Principal, and Miss. Bowers Assista...

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. — 29 August 1872

A ALADDIN IN CALIFORNIA TRANSMUTING BASE MET- , AX.S INTO PURE GOLD- A Cfcemlst's Wnderf nl Discovery Half a 9Iillfn of Dollars Manufactured In Two ISoHths The Coin Pro nounced the Purest Gold ever put In a Cruci ble. t From the Ban FraneUea Chronicle, Aug. 11. ' The following story as reported to us has much of romance in it, but the future may demonstrate its truth, revolutionize commerce, and make the possessors of the marvellous talisman the veritable Midas of the nineteenth century. It is do less than the discovery of a chemical process which, when applied to base metals, trans mutes them into gold pure, shinning veritable gold. The rumor of the diamond discoveries in Arizona have somewhat pre cipitated the disclosure of the facts we are about to relate, and though at the risk of breaking faith with our informant, we consider bis statement too important to be withheld from the public. THE MODERN MIDAS. Some three months ago a plain-looking man, of American birth, presented him....

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. — 5 September 1872

: . j KM V ' V '7- TERita 12 00 per. Annum In advice, -fa, TEIUlg FOR 'ADVERTISING. oo oo no On Vi V in i Colnawpne Year ,t...25 00 , . . . it 1 ' .....40 00 j - : 7 - - i 1 1 rt rWk . W ALXadvertlsements dne wlien inserted, "i? XxPa special agreement. Where the number of lnwrtinii i-rftt- miri-pH. advertisements will be. inserted " til for- Dia," ana charged accordingly. - t or the announcement ol candidates tor SUt Oflleeis llu County, 5; Municipal, lararuoi y in auvance. ' Hotter Ulichind. Tt waa-wrly morn when Mother Michaud t assea by the guard at the city gate, Drowsily measuring, to and fro, - The narrow length of the iron grate. StmTfar and faint In the ..twilight swoon', . n here dark and daw nlng at struggle - Like her own 'pale shadow, the., waning I ,r JIuo.lonely over the lonely street. By winding stairway and gable qnaint-V. Carved over&p&iii In simile hr.lnu.- ."By arch and turret and pillared saint, Witl lightsome step walked Mother ' . - . . jt Tf8nt It was ...

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. — 5 September 1872

V '.'V. - ' r r,;nUV ami 3frUumi. - . ; L uLfsUEb eveut TRtrnsDAY by a. wizxEtt & n. s. itiAiioivrr TlfCnSDAV, SEPTEMUEK 5 1872. - FOR PRESIDENT. ULYSSES S. GRANT, f OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. IIEiSrilY AVILSON, . . . OF MASSACHUSETTS. O FOIt CONGRESS. HON. H. B. BTJTLER, ' - -' OF JOHNSON COUNTY. FOR STATE SENATOR. " S. K. IT. PATTOir, Ut'irlRHIKOTOM COUSTY. FOR ELECTOR. T. S. SINGLETAUY, OF CARTER COUNTY. , mE rscsiDCxvriiL contest. Tbc conviction is fat forcing itself upon tbe leading and thinking men of both parties that General Grant is destined to be the next President of the United States. The Republican party, organized daring the bloody period of the nation's peril, contain the strongest and truest el ements of oar national system. Called together by a common impulse to preserve the country when the Republic was appa rantly shaken and tottering to its very foundation they joined band, and should er to shoulder faced the current of treason and rebellion which wan f...

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. — 5 September 1872

:ia ' t r. 'itTKSDAY, SEITEMIJISII 5 1872 IITITOUNCEIIIINTS. r 5 r.l TE SENA TOIL )i authorized and requested to tfie narrre of Cot. S K. N. s a candidate for State Senator Senatorial District, ubject to ATTOX, the lirt, Iff ruJ an uouTenuon. ; Te are authorized and requested to nn- tinee Col-- . C. Knimcnt or carter uut v. a a Candidate for State Senator, the rirt Senatorial District, election November next. REWESENTA TJ VE SVe are authorised and requested to n ne Dr II. II. C'iHU, a a candidate Kfpreititative iu the Lvrer House ' the nrxc IUlature. Election in No " ruber next. . - tw arc authorized and r?queted to flounce tie name of James A. WpsT, V candidate for County Keprcsentativc ! the Loner House of our next Legio I at it re. SYc jire authorized and requested to nltounce the name of Joirx (iRACK. of hnson County, at a candidate for Ke .aentativc in the State Legielatnns 1 tn -the comities of Johnson aud Carter .'J the ensuing election.. sligious. " . "tKer. Dr. Teasdale, of...

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. — 5 September 1872

? I V 1 J i i ' I- - k :' ' i I t f- 5 r f I f ! I I o t 1 11 i P ii r ei in k er tk . i ea ' 'if . ' l ihin Zovt 8. Jif ; : rJ ;ati OC jr D I r - itC A- V , General Jackson. : rroULI none , of. our. distinguished public men were misunderstood and mis represented to the same, extent as General Jackson. The venomous rancor infused v' into the Presidential canvass had. abused the popular mind, and the brave and kind-hearted old man ras generally , re garded aJ lawless barbarian, whose violent and vindictive temper was un- V ctrai&ed bv considerations of any kind. He Vf irascible and pasionate, it is true, but hr was placable, humane, and gtner- ous, anelf-contained and self-control led 4s uf man alive. He understood nea thorough! j, and in practical sagaci- jr and keenness of perception he was un- surpassed by any of his cotemporaries. lie was man. of commanding presence, of dignified, graceful manners, warm in lilt attachmectsi considerate in his bearing to those around aim, and,...

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. — 20 March 1873

. r itraltr una. : . i - ' 1 a i i PUHLIhIIED WEEKLY HV - AVheoler fc Malionoy, (l editors and proprietors.' "; Bates cf Subscription I Xlnjlc copy, one yen's 2,00 Vjve or more copies, one your, each, 1,50 tST For a cln! of Ten. at 1 1,50 each, we will wild one extra copy free for one jear, to the getter up of tho cltih. -ja ' Professional. JOflM ALLlMOXjr. ALK. A. TAYLOH ALLISON & TAYLOR, , , ATTORNEYS AT LA W t AND ' JONE3BOR0UG II, TENNESSEE. Wompt attention given to the mOV3-IUi JAMES G. DEADERICK, Attorney at Law and I Solicitor In Chancery, I JOXESBORO, TENNESSEE OfflCO i Grisham & Latupsou's Now Building. (I'p Stairs) Ko. 2. 71raar!3 J. t.VI.IN. i(, i llliAin . M'LIN & 1MB, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND COLLECTING AGENTS, I0NE3B0R0V TENNESSEE I PROMPT attention given to nil busliie utrusted t in throughout tho eoue'le toiairMnger hat lennessee. 10FFICE under Keen'3 Gallery. 7Qoctl3-ly E. N. GRIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT LAW, ab i OOLLKtVriNrt AOENT emrBtr ! llitor)h (LtllcTT, In ...

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 March 1873

.4 , rixtiaaia tT2uV is'unsDAT nr ,V ( wheeler it n . s. maiione y JTHCIISDAY .MARCH 20. IS73 J OCR PiPCIl . i Il$ Foil, Present and Future. , The publication rt the Ukiuld 'and TiacLjiE commenced on tha 2Cth day of August, 18G9, under the control and. mm igeneptofGrWiieelertntt M. S. Maho uoj, tlio former oi vhon) has this daj re tired from all business connection with the journal. ' The publication was commenced ucder trjTng 'eiroumitaoces, when the country was in a state of favc-'rish politU oil excitement owr the ehaogea that had been wrought in ' our' fetata' Ooveriirnont through : the maohinatlona of political leaders whs bad abown themselves cVja Ifa of sacrificing every principle of States manship, of honor and patriotism to their own selfish interests. ' It was a time' wlion nearly every newspaper man in the 8tate waa hesitating aa to wnatpolioy he should Advocate or what "political ' position he should assume in order to seoure the fu ture aubces of his journal. It was at ...

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 March 1873

I i .11 7a -if : ! f r f i' i 1 I i r- 1 . :! I j 'JHUBSDAT- MARCH 20 rl873, Uabbath Serrioes Mi E. Church- i ),..nl,!n II nM.t. AM Souday School 2 J o'clock, 1 M. , Preaching 7 o'clock P. M. " 1 . ' " . jTrajcr Meeting, . Th-ars-Jar nigbt 7 o clock. "' - , . K. M., tOCKWOOD, Pastoii. ', dissolution of Co-Partnership. J The partnership heretofore existing lis. wec'n C. Wheeler-VYM. S. Mahoney. In I lie jmoi TKIHUNE ' cenxeilt, Ittlritlkf.Ra which will continue to bo published by .1.". .naiiunry, to wiioiu an coniiiiuulca t ions on business should hereafter bo ad dressed. V. Wheeler will still remain on the Editorial Ntafl-of the paper and will do. vote his whole attention, that branch of the busiiiettri. v ,-y. , .Communications Iritdriued for Insertion :'u th paper should be addressed us before t, Wfweler A Mahciioy. I . . , VC,' WHEELER. V . M s. MAUOXKY. March 10th. 1873. . ' ... . .... ...Koiira.-. . The nartiinraliln lw.r'..f-.f,..- tteeu, C. Wheeler and M. 8. Mnliouev, I jviig...

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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. — 20 March 1873

Illigl Vlult Your School! KniTOCS' IIlRALD ANTTlIBl?(K i ; I'arants, Guardians, and Friend! Y wb baft a', beart the educat.onal interests of tfc young, and who wish to advance tbost ititercsu in the bent ponible manner, 1 wit 1 oc Schools! Uo thare often, pending m you ao apart (ha time a few bom, ortha whole afterooon,aod ice far yiraelTe, bow-your -children aro fcantged r See whether tbey are progres sing sufficiently with their studio, tee what books they need and try and pro cure tbeui. J Nerer grudge a few dollars pent for books, bat remember that you are building tp the future character and happiness of your children' wboU life that tbey living away the precious years f that life time steadily and surely, one after another, and that it ia theirjust due, that each day of the swiftly fleeting jears is lived in the beat possible manner; aad as their relatives and guardians it is Jour doty to see that tbey . liv usefully aoh day of their minority, while you are responsible for the...

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 March 1873

cr;tto,.tMti 'riljunf. , T rrilLISHED WfeEKLT HY M. B. Maliohey, ruBLiaiicit. r Rales cf Subscription j ,Slugle copy, ono year...... 2,00 Vly or more copies, one yu'ii', eaeli, . V0 t V& For a club of Ten. at 11,50 eaei,ve will fend one extra copy free for one Vear, to the getter up of the club, "foa IJrofessional, JOHH ALLIHOJLjr.. ALF. . TAYLOR A.TT0MEYS AT LA W AND. UOXESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the I Collection of Claims ) JAMES G. DEADERICK, 1 Attorney it Law and ; j Solicitor in Chancery, I JONESBORO, TENNESSEE. Offl.CO B O risham & LampBon'i New ;iiaUding, (Up Stain) No. 2. i. 71mari!3 jl. B. 11 LIN. B. L. BLAIR M'LIF & BLAIR, 'ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ., .... AND COLLECtlNO AGENTS. tfONESBORO'. TENNESSEE f PROMPT attention given to nil buslncs uAiusted to m throughout the courMc rojaprislng Upper Kast Tennessee. jOFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 1, 7noctiJ-iy E. N. GRIFFITH, Attorney at law, ao f . COLLECTING AUfcNT. 'Ofll ulr Kmd'i Phutorrtph Qiillrry,...

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 March 1873

( .if 77. ' r ,r .A .1' , ' . . n . ; 1 ?' ill ! "s I ft 8i it -i r ii II ) I' ynuiiiEi Evany ihtosday bt C WZIEIXElt A M . S. W AIIOXEY Thursday March 27. 1873 THE FUXDING BILL. ' The Comptroller and Treasurer of tl Dime nave eacu lnioroiea mo Uovernor that it will exhaust the resources of the Stnto under existing laws to meet the in teresfc on the bonded debt and leavo nothing to defray the current expeusea of th State. It will also defeat other ira portant meAtrtirei requiriug extraordinary tpprepriationst such as the erection of building! for the blind school and hospi tali fo.' the insane in East and West Ten nosuco, and also prevent the extraordinary appropriations voted to the Deaf and Dumb School, the Hospital for the Iusane, the 'Agricultural Bureau and other meritorl ous institutions. The Governor has sent a message to the Legislature setting forth those- facts, but it has probably come too late to effect anything. Veto of. the Liquon law Governor Brown has vctued the Liqu...

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 March 1873

f Jjitaid and tilmuc; 4 - mimsDAY jiAucn 27 1873. I Babbath Services-M. E..Churoh. , l'reacbiog 1 1 o'clock, A. M. I Sunday fccTiwl t 'o'clock-, P. M; rreaclilrik7'6'ct6c1tlM: ! f , TrtyeV M'iVAngi feralaj night 7 i . 'Vciock; M . ; r ; K. M. LOCKWOOD, Pastob. 'lUssolution of Co-Partnersliip. i Th partnernhlp heretofore existing be tween C. Wheeler A M. 8. Mahoney, In the publication of the llKRALD and Tkiucne, It thin day dbiolved by mutual Vc-nsent, C. Wheeler retiring from nil liifftnes connection with the pnpcr wliictl will continue to be published by M.H. Mahoney, to whom all communica tion on binftiieaa should hereafter bt ad di eased. C. Wheeler V"U atlll remain on the E.lltorlal Staff of tfio paper and will de. vole his whole attefYt'ion that branch ef tin business. Communications Interiaed for Insertion in ibe paper should be addVesscd as before to, WluelerA Mahoney. .... V. WilrELE"". M.S. MAHONEY. March 19th, 1873. NOTICE. 1 he nartncrshlu heretofore existing to- i tween,...

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 March 1873

M '31 ; if : vl- V I HI ( , i r , ! ' 4 t 1 . i: ni "'U V J V! M V. - v 1 . . I '- . TIPPLING. . The Liquor Law n it Has Passed Hoth Ilrnurlif s ojoiirGcneral Assembly. Tie following is the till, offered by tin Senate Tippling Comruitteo, and after Ward 'phased iu both Scnato . acd House A bill to bo entitled an act to provide against the evils resulting from iho sale o,f intoxicating liquors iu the State of ".' Tennessedi Section i. Be it enacted hy the Gen Irul Assembly of the StaU of Tenneisee, That it shall not be lawful for any person to soil by tippling any intoxicating liquors iu any civil district, incorporated town or city in this State, except as licrciuafter provided. "'6 ec. 2. Be It fui 'titer e nude J, That any person desiring to proburo license to tipple, hhall file lis application with the Clerk of tbo County Court, twenty days before tho election hereinafter provided for, and shall state in such application in what civil district, town, or ward, he de sires to carry...

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 April 1873

I 0cralb anb vilnnf. riT.I.lSIIKI) WKKKI.Y 11V M. B. Mtilioncy, Kales if Subscription i jingle copy, one year, 2,00 ; J ive or more copies, one year, each, 1,50 i j jQ- For n club of Ten. at ?1,50 each.we Vlll semi one extra copy free for one jer, to the getter up of the club. ij Irofe ssion al , - JAMES 0. DEADERICK, i Attorney at Law and i- Solicitor in Chancery, ( 7)JNESItORO, TEXKESSEE. Hfflain Orwliain & Lauipson'a Now ' Lsiildiug, (Up Stiurt.) No. ' f 71mar23 , - J. B. M LIN. K.L.BLAIR I i M'LIN & BLAIR, ul ATTORNEYS AT LAW, ' ! AND i , COLLECTING AGENTS, f ONESBORO'. TENNESSEE Prompt attention Riven to all bnsines i rtrtiHted to in throughout the coui'Mo y ' t juprUlng Upper East Tennessee, s (JFFICtf under Keen's Gallery, t vf0octl3-ly 17! TT aRTPVTTTT. I i e - , , TTORNET AT LAW, aud I ' .. COLLKCTINO AOKNT. j rt.if nixies, Kmu'i Plmlnirraph OHlliry, In tlio I t; Kooraiof tb Auirtnut AiMor, ! ' ionesborongh, Tennessee. f fILLltlrllel1lMtnliontolllcollec;'iono, ( H'U...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 April 1873

6' f II I 1 : ! i 4 pcraW anil fcritomc. IdUlSDAY AI'ML 3 1873. babbath Services-M. E- Church- ; Preaching 1 1 o'clock, A. M. i Sunday School 2J o'clock, 1 It, f Preaching 7 o'clock P. M. t Trajer Meeting,- Thursday niglt 7 I o'olock. f . K. M. LOCKWOOD, Pastor. 2 1 i I lUssolution of Co-Partnership. Jf t I'Uu partnership heretofore existing bc , tweeu C. Wheeler M. S. Malioncy, hi . . -.-1,1....!.-.. . I II .... . V UIU UUUJICUllOU Ol UIU llt.UAhli ASI) Jill HUNK, U this tluy dUoived by uiiitiiul Vuscut, C. Wheeler retiring from all bitelucs connection with (lit paper; which VyJJLI continue to bo published by U.S. Ma'iohey, to whom iili coininuniea-' ' ti.'iis ou business should hereafter be ad- tliessed. - C. Wheeler will still ronuilit on the JK Iftoiial Stud'of the paper ami will de. Tcte his whole attention llmt brunch of thj business. .. i Communication. lntehdoAi frir Insertion In ;be paper should be addressed as before to, Wheeler & Mahouey. 0. WIIEELEH. M. S. Mil HONEY....

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. — 3 April 1873

1 It , "-. ' j M :t 4 if Qrj r-.inr.itr tVtJ.v fnrr.sDAY by c wHcixi ;:n a is. s. mahoxev THURSDAY AITilL 3. 1873 THE SEW KMU LAW. lleluw wo give a synopsis of tie new law passed by tlio Legiolaturo just nd ' jnttrncd, to regulate the construction of - publio lloudri. Wtt Icli.vo tie law to bo ' m good one, and ul&o, oue of tlio most nec tary measures that baa iuo into effect for jearg. Under our present ystom,if ' rj stctn it can bo called, that branch of Internal improvement ha been sadly eeg lcctcd, greatly to the detriment of tbe frhole country, In the present condition of the publio highways in this county it ' tojts Lcarly as much to IiuuUhc I o ivy pro- tiucts of the farm to marlel as it doc.-1) ia' S3 t'Um, and reduces the f.r.ncr3pr fit in a con "ponding degree. It in to the i. t rest of every farmer in the country to urge the carrj iug of this new law into effect as soon as possible. Tbe saving in horse flesh alone will amply repay the addition al expenditure. We trust...

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 April 1873

tl n i ;it .it. vi ill ', if ft- 1 , ! i -ii . ' .f) f -.- '' V 1 . . - ; . 1 ' .' "A ' 5 ! ; i 1 1 t A Word In Seunoti. ' TIiLi good adtice from "SVb tie Journal of tie Farm, 'commend l elothful farmera! Ai tie time will soon be at Laud fur til firmer to comtneuca his snriug opera tidhs, Le ought to lave but plans lui J, mid commence ctrryirig them out Itisystenmtio order just u soon 11 spring open. Every teolthould le examined, from a gimlet to tie reaper or mower, and sucl as need repairing should le repaired at once. A little forethought and action now, will MveliuYa" gJo3 nianjr dollars in time, hau tie busy season arrives. Many farmer will wait till tboy waut to hitch to tl plow tcibre ascertaining whether . ' tie plow is iu workiug order or not. The ;ajil having becomo dry enough to plow, the plow is got out and the clevis found to le broken, and tie share worn out, and 00 new one being at land, the team must le '"bitched up" audseut to tlo village Kore or foundry, probably 8...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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