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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 10 October 1878

M'll.lUHlIi IT AV. 8. T I PTON, KVKRV Till llslV MOKM.NO. TKUMSl oue c"pj oa jfht Obr copy all mouths ul . ihrvt mouth bilib vap.m H i 1 i BipclMirw ho taught u cot to prlut a Dwtaiwr on credit. VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TENN., OCTOBEB 10, 1878. NO. 4n. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Regular rmtoi of adfrUaing, SI per squars Ant iiMerUuu, and SO oeuli wch inhae qnanl MM Special contracts will 1 made for all adver tisements for four insertions or orac Transient advertisements always payable qoarurly in edvaooe. Marriacea and obituary notks, over oca square, charged fur at half regtLar rata. All local notices 10 oeota a Lot for sach In eerUon. No notices Insert for lees than flit oenta. s I YEARS AGO. Near the baiikn of that loiie river, Where the water lilies grow, ilreathud the fairent llowur that ever liloouied, and faded ytara au. How we met and how we parted, None ou earth ran eer know Nor how mre and gentle-hearted I :.,;,, I the luMiirued one ers aga Like the stream with lihee laden Will lif...

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. — 10 October 1878

The Weekly Herald. OCT, lo, 17. FOB GOVERNOR, HON. E. M. WIGHT, OF HAMILTON C0FNT7. FOB HiBXM, .(id DISHK T, Hon. Xen. Wheeler, or Hamilton . i OR STATE BEXATOB Mi DIM ., Hon. 0. F. Harrison, or i.oi Du. i m fkuti k, Biuvunr a Poi k, W. L. Sharp, OF BRADLEY. Col (Mi: Vtltlidittws On fdnjH to press wo leani by a letter received bv 11. H. Hayes, chairman of l he Greenback Ex iecutive Committee, that Col. W. S. ('lilt if still in a very ciitical rendition and will not be able to make the race for Conres. and therefore withdraws. It is thought that as the time is so tdiort, the committee will not put out ano ther candidate. The only thing, left now for the people to do is to support Wheeler, the llejuibli can nominee. ,1m Mark In IrwUnil. . m A. ii. Mark, Democratic MB v.. . ite for Governor, ejioke tn rj n i to h ,r-'s'l crowd liere on TuBodsV. Mr. tfarks It a vorjr good speaker uue i MOSOWhal familiar with the "tricks in trade" He devoted only two minutes to Stats leeuss, in wbleh the...

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. — 10 October 1878

The Weekly Herald. i.KVf spst iiiHuacino. ff pabltal tbe follossJrg for the nJi ' 'tho WkO uo not ufdyUuil .be 1st iv '; MSM. 1. Ar ; o- uii wL'j tsaes a nsvir regit !ariv jn,iri ne ictiftUu, vytntJiei directed in Lia uaos or cio'.her'J, tr whether ! ut i wril . I or rot.' Mtfiwiitil;!" " : :'. S. It i;f fii crde jop;- ilis i';ittlnud j In v v I '. j TMttj 01 tlti;ii;M btrs nay sjocrfut:) to Mna H uof. p-j :ant is macs, si I ;h:-:i col- ict the trlioio amour t v. hallter the ja Pr it t :n from tha cC mot. . The i i jrts r.:o '.: !-kd that re.- nj,' t tv:e mt . papers r.Tid MiiodI :!3 fton t'jo postottoa. or removl-. ud kavibf Uu nitatiud for, It prf !' fia SvMCQOS o! iiiteiJtioiml Irk ad. t LOCAL 1 MO no longftf H 1th vT. O, Baiiseior-r A Co., but lioju mv tnlStOSMN wl.l ti!J give tl en. their trua?. BsspsctfaUr, V . If. Tu.vki.n. Obituary se:t di ftf '. Peyton, ff Urn. Kliza'-i t!: K'U.", WlU sspftt u:xt week tt" lata thl time. I) I Ruthorford iiar.en, Infant MW fSS.M.4 .lull a A. ...

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. — 10 October 1878

AGRICULTURE. WaIKKING HcitBES A i J l i I l M IS',. Another coijiuioi) fault In the a) I menu tlon of humea i the leading to water Just after a full feed of grain. The flrat ef fect, ol tin- la to largely distent) the Ktomach ; and the reault may he aa aerl- out an If the material were masticated I grain and baltva. But should this dan ger be avoided, mailer are not necea- aarily left In a better state. Theiudden and excessive Influx of water U likely to wash much of the content of the stomach into the intestines before the nitrogenous principles have been di gested, and a fermentation, extrication i of gas en, over-dlaiensloni, colics and In-I tlammations result. Eveu that Is not all. The application of au excessof cold ' water on the mucous membrane of the i stomach and intestines causes vascular j congestion and violent muscular con tractions, to that all tend to digestive j disorder of a dangerous nature. Copl-1 ous draughts of iced water are danger- i ous ullke to man and beast...

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. — 17 October 1878

muun it W. S. TIPTON, KVKKY TIH'KaUAY HOKMNO. TBUMS: on pf.pT oae ffii W One copy n.i mouths 1 B one copy Uireo djodUui J tU.k'Ut CUPIW XrpeHMinc bw uuglit u not to print a LitvHr uU uwllL VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TENN., OCTOBER 17, 1N78. NO. 41. RATES OF ADVERTISING, Regular ntN of advertising. SI per aquu flrat luaerUou, tud to otuu each ubaqui.l luaerUuo, Special rontnrU will t made for ill adrer tiatiuaula for four IcMitiona or ore. Trmnaient advartiaemaiiU always payablt quarterly la advaiioa. MurUcea and obituary notUee, ot r out quar, oharged for at Wf nfjiur rat. All local doUom 10 otoU a hot for eauii in sertion. No notioM Inserted for lea than Afty OCliU. THE VALLEY OF SILENCE. lint far on the deep there are billows TUat never shall urt ak ou the Un'li ; And 1 have heard aoupt iu the mlenee That ncr.tr ehall float into Heru ; And 1 have had dreams iu the valley, Too lofty for language to reach. And 1 have seen thought in the valley, Ah, me ! How my spirit wan atirrod ; They we...

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. — 17 October 1878

rrr.-.n.r.?Tr? The Weekly Herald. OCT. 17, r18T& THE GBEEHBACKSB8. Tllluiun Withdrawn autl Col R. M. tMHardHui ( lexiunu 'i'ukch (hr Kuff ur Goi I I uu- FOK OwVKIiNOK, HON. E. til. WIGHT, Of HAMILTON COUNTY. FOR CQNGMM, tod DUBICT, Hon.Xen. Wheeler, OF HAMILTON. FOIt ITATI .si.N.YTl Bra DIET., Hon. D. F. Harrison, OF LOUDON. For i ioati.k, Bnaoucva Pols, W. L. Sharp. OF BRADLEY, V MbllC Sju a!.luR. w. L. Wuup Mid w. F. Lowery, undlilaU'.- for Representative In the ooonttea of Bradley and Folk, will pre Mnt their olefins io tea people at the follow ing tllBM and plaOSS : Turtletown, i llday, Oct. IM DucktowQ, Saturday, " Oreasy CrMk, lfouUy, " Browder' Store, Tuinlay, " Flint springs, Thursday, " pine Hill, Friday, " i-. Voting Ground, mil District, Bradley County, Saturday, Oct ti'h Eureka, j uday, " Charleston, Ifedneaday, " Parsley's School-house, " Gatllu a School-bouse. Nov Votlug Ground, ISth Distriet, " Chstata, I'.'. 21. a. 84, js 10. l. 2, 4. Don. Sen, Wheeler, Republica...

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. — 17 October 1878

V V AT The Weeldjr Herald, WepStbllaBI tlM fallowing for the bsueill I IbOOO v. Iio i!t Hot uud. l:ui; J lti.' law in MUSS OMM . Any person who takes a paimr rwvlnrlj front tlx poslwBwi, whether difOMteil in iii" BattM or another, or Wbelbe: In- ha subscribed ur not i raapuu.iblv lor pa) DMDt a. ICJWKMMI OfdWV fell a.cr uia ivu'.lnur t ; In HMSi .iy nil afreet's, or th publishers may tXHltiflUO to SO 0(1 it MOU j.syinviit i nw.l, and then col ImI the Vli ii- :inii:n.l m lie! berths j c if taken lr.uu the oflot Of ii"!. i. 'i'iie courts have decided that re tulti to tale new IDSMTS IU)d pSI lodl ii.' I rum llie poMolUce 01 removing kuJ leaving then uncalled for, i prP Hit ft-, ie evidence ft' Intentional fl awl . t LOCAL. Ike ftacatutky Uraiti Drill. ! J. M. Caow The Drill give. Bstiajhetlon ud ponwi ni to recommen. elation s. Bmi ItoPntMOM. Bt. Tale roar I'taR t' Surgotns & Johu aton and get higliud prices. The i i're.i geuevolont Booioty of Ibis cttjr bM toot fin to Obattsnooga...

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. — 17 October 1878

ACJRICTLTL'KK. 1 Z A Schkkn at tue Hoisa. It in espe cially the case In sparsely settled por tion of the esuntry, that the house U placed quite near the nubile road. '111 ls done to avoid the loneliness, and to allow the inmates a glimpse of the few passers-by that they may not feel quite Isolated. It generally happens that this advantage, as It is regarded, is oflset by the exKMure of the rear of the house, the back door, and the hack yard, to all who pass, and it becomes desirable to shut oil this view of the premises by a screen, which Is necessary, also to si low the Inmates to pass to the dairy house, woodshed, or other out-bulldlngs unobserved. Houses, where It can be afforded, are often provided with screens of lattice work, of two-iucb slats, crossing each other, with a bottom board below, and cornice above, which are Invariably painted white, while the lattice Itself is green. Such a nrWD, while well enough a village, Is quite too artificial and conspicuous for a country ho...

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. — 24 October 1878

m Fl'ILIf UII' IT W. 8. TIPTON, VERY TIUKSDaY MOKMXfl. TBRMS: One popr oe yw tt PJ one copy tlx monUis 1 (me copy three months J" hiugie cupiea BTperienoe bM uubt as not to print a aeaapaoer on credit. VOL, III. CLEVELAND, TENN.. OCTOBEB 21, 1S78. NO. 42. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Regular ratea of adr. rtlninr. fl per square Drat ineertioo, an 1 W uenU etch r .., .o..' IMMM Special eontrtrU will be made for all adver tiaeuieuta for four uucitiou or over. Tranaieat anertiaemaU always payable quarterly in advance. sfarriarea and obituary notices, over on equara, charged for at half regtLar rate. All local noUoea 10 oenU a l.ne for each in eition. No notioea lneertod for loaa than fifty ceuta. THE WtB OF YEAR8. J'nm out the !olui or T.me the years Unroll a fabric all nnist wear. The woof of Joy aud warp of team, Are Hpun by moving hope and fearn, Aud preaeed by weighty rolling Care. What meaneth unto each in given ? A epan mav guae the greateet parte ; Ainl yut the leaet frum earth to heav...

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. — 24 October 1878

The Weekly Herald OCT. 24, ISTc. "von t;.,Yi-nxon, HON. E. HI. WIGHT, OF HAMILTCX COUNTY. TOlt COXOBBMi Ird DliHICT, Hon. Xen. Wheeler, OF BAMILTOJL FOR STATE SKXATOKttli 1HST., Hon. D. F. Harrison, OF LOUDOJT. For FtOiTSt, Bbm if a Pw , W. L. Sharp, OF BBADLIY, Public Spraltlsss;. w i Hham and IF. F. Lowery, r.uididate for Keresentittlve ill ountlMof Bradley and Polki U1 rent tbelr claims t the noonl following times tad ptaoss i Flint Spring, Tliiirvl.iy, j'iii- Hill, Friday, " VatJirj Ground, liti' IMatrirt, Bradley Uouutjr, Saturday, t Bnreka, Uonday, " Charleston, Wednesday, " pnreley'a ffohooMtoua), Ui Wt Bciiool-hontB. Not Voting Ground, 1 3tl Dlstrlet, " CbataUi tlu pro mt 14 to l 31 Hon. Xen. Wheeler, Republican can didate for Congress in tb Third Pi irlct, w ill address hi follow oiUaent iit t tit- following timea and plane: Charleston, Bradley eo., Friday, Oct. Athena, McMlnn eo., Baturday, Oct. Mth. Rhea Spring, Rhea eo., Monday, Oct. Crossville, Cumberland qe., weduea da...

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. — 24 October 1878

i lie WeeUj Herald, wsi ai i 111 uiu i imt.ll-Ji ill- following for the . I uT llMM Wtl 49 Ml understand i iu nn-li CMWi .. Anv in-rmii lio takes paper . ,..jih ('rota tin1 pu-luflit i-, m In t lier i!'...d la Mi mum oi' iwitlwf'ii or wliciiier li Iihh Kiili-crilM-il or not Is t HiMlIlM !r : men t . t. If perMin order li is paper ilia MUtlDOWl I lie uitiht a all UTMIWi Of Hit- UHlllllMff Uiay DOOUtllM tO ONM it until pajraMtM U mailt-, awl tboo ool Met IM wbolO amount w hftli-r tlie pa per in talen fmut ihe MMM or nod t, Tbo oourta novo dscidsd tkal re- fb.;iy l lake lie spajKMs ami pcrlixli- nals trass tM pootowM or passerine ti 1 leaving tlieui nut ailed tor, in pri n.t foOM evidence of Intentional rn A 1 "local. ! (JOT A blue Cashmere sluw I ap ply fit thi ofjota M : . .V bash i ij .. here four Democrats have toMnnood tholr in- imitloM lu vole fur him. Lot the good H oi k go Report! from l'olk county say Mr. Sharp will come very near carrying that county. Mr. Mi.irp is an ahle ma...

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. — 24 October 1878

AGRICULTURE. Kai.i. 1'lowino. Market gsnleners who have liatl much MtpwlMM In their business have become iborou(lily con vinced that fall plowing la a great help to them In the tuccessful prosecution of their business. In this thing farmer might well take a lesson from them and aerve their own Interest by plowing tlmir garden In the (all. In gardening opvatlOM, whether for market or houae, it ia of great Importance to have the aoil made very fine. It the ground ia full ol coarse lumps the germination of aeed will be hindered, if noi pre vented, mid the growing plant will nut thrive aa they would if the soli had been more thoroughly prepared. With some garden crops it is of great Im ortauce to have the aeed in the grouud very early. This is especially the case with onions and early K)!atoea. Now, experience has proved that plowing in the fall Is one of the most effective, aa well as the quickest and easiest method ol making the soil fine, and that laud which was plowed In the fall ca...

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. — 31 October 1878

ft "fclfi I M.l.lUtl IT W. S. TIPTON, ivicar tiulsDav nokm.no. TKHMSl One rnpr oae year W 00 Oat copy kit monibs 1 oo One o ur three muotlia SO eiLgiu lupiM w Ixpenanoe boa taogtit an nut lo print a mwapajAjr on credit. VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TENK., OCTOBEB 31, 1878. NO. 43. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Regular rU of adrrrtiaing, tl par a)aara Brat inw-rtion, and 60 oeuU each aubeiueii insertion. Bpedal rontrartt will be mk.it tot aT adrr tutineuU for four uuacrUoua or orer. Traoalent adrrrtieemeuU always payable quaj-terlj in advauoa. Marrlacee and obitnarr notioee, OTr OH quare, oharged for at half regar ralee. AU local notioee 10 oenU a l.na for eaob ia-eerfcon. No notioaa lneerted I oenta. for leas than arty DESERTED. A I riery lane, where wild birds sing AH through the summer day; A beecli-troe old, wheee branches tliug I . ahadowa o'er the way. A neat, built up in the rustling- boughs, Lined soft with mom, so green, A tiny dwelling a woodland house With It-area for a sheltering screen;...

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. — 31 October 1878

I no,. Hi;, tin. ii - liar 1.. t-yn.li UnJ OHM I llMffl. ! lit. BltlTOi : i your cormpouilffni jni returned I front trip to Durktowu, would spli I our Indulges i u-atter through four COl MM it "llltk !iat." litick l ii (, op loot gtfltNDiy. Talk of tlx- uncertainties luel lofll to l!f- in dial MflH P M WfPUT !'ul'' 111 witalM df jr. Bono think that nUii. C If!. fflHin 1 1 1 when the oro now to ruatJ smelted, I the mines v ill again ba stopusxl, sud ! whan ones iiic trappy tod thrifty mi- j net, lin-.r fuini ly ruddy with health .111.1 (neon rrMie.l 1:1 ll.tppllji-M. U;nl ; The WuBy Herald. OCT. 8L 1878. ! OR GOvTtBXQR, or HAMILTON COCNTT, B'nuu tlx- Villous Capital. .Mr. ukli) Last l'.xpt i ! iu ( A Urjj . i ... Government nun nut tions-j. eierkt Imiv WwhlngtoH oosl vftk to Conkedkit X Boam, (Which it "i ;it the rowing tit lion, in tin .Slate i f Kentucky) October The i ml tan Bureau drules tboToport IS, 18X. The Oetobor elecsbaBS ti4t Swtt'ii fair Indians ere In dan- nlnt ee tttitf...

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. — 31 October 1878

The Wcpkl.Y He-mill. Oat. tOib JIh, Mr. Arttinr Trayuor aud Umilr hsvs - ! : :- - 1 i l:il- I! :!1 .....' I I M... , -a, tw iHiiw relm ne, In.o, I.e.-. in l e e.l.i.r.. ih. i. NtWbJ Al l h 11.1 I IOK. Wo iiiiilUh tin' Ibllowfng lee the bsuedi f iii) m ii" iu not understand j north of lewlaitil. Band, Kt. 27 Mm. Itnrtvtl sgedsbeul 90 ear Teu miles wl of 4 toveUnd. the lsv in muli MM -1. Anv M ihon w lin takea a paptrl regularly Itoss the jm.. torn,, whcthcri dlrectsd In (tie uaate w auotber's, or Onr young friend Fremont ftuth of whefharr be has inburrlbad or l.ol !h I batata has sent II-n I in nin andmtAnu I " J "--., , tLn.'iiil..c lor iui ne-nl. ii. I!,. Hi hM t ' iiij;' the nasi week :it il. if a pcr-on oi-'l-r liu iiiiiM-r d!- i.t.i ,!.., I,, ,. .. , , Mini i ti no. t i .... ,ii ,. U'ilthat HI a-T.-ip- about 3 lbs. ill ptibii-.iei j may coiltlllUC t -en. I uuiij paM.K'iii la made, ami then -! i lest the whole atnouul whether the pa pr i Mm limn ttia office or not. i Tlia but Dem...

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. — 31 October 1878

AGKlCLI.ilKK. I'omv Kaui.no. There U a branch of iU k-i airing that Americana aeemt to have overlooked, that la, raining poniea for children1! uae. No more healthy recreation for children can be found than riding. .Small ponies, lke thoae from the Shetland Island and P.-nln aula of Corea, cost little or no more than a large dog doei, to keep, and all suburban reaideucea can easily accom modate one In tome of the out-houses; or, tethered on a lawn, they will take the place of a lawn-mower and utilize the graaa. These poniea are of a hardy nature, very intelligent and affectionate to children a noble, health-Inspiring plaything. In oountrlea where they are common, many tales are told of their sagacity and falthfulneas, quite equal ing that of the noble St. Bernard dog. I will relate one only of the many told. Some children and their shaggy Shet land were playing on the lawn near a pond. A little girl (ell Into the water. While the other children were making a great "to do" and noise, ...

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. — 7 November 1878

returns rr W. S. TIPTON, IVIBT TlirilaDAT MOK.VIXQ. TKKMil one ropr ote yrar ouc copy Hi tuuniti one o.pT llitto DiuiiUu.. blLgl I op.ca HOC . 1 I rrjwwlD- bu uugLt oi not to print a nawspaper un credit vol, III CLEVELAND, TENN., NOVEMBER 7, 1878. NO. 4 1. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Regular rte of i rtwlnfr. 1 per aqnara Aral nurVou, aud 60 uenta each tuUftjmu' uiaeruun. Bpadil contracts will he made for all adrar-U- ,u (or four m. rt..n. or over. Tranaieot adrertiaameuta always narabla quarterly in adrauoe. Mamat'ea and otitnarr notl-ea. ot r oua aquara. charged for at half regur rauia. All local noUcea 10 oenU a 1 ne for eaoh u- aerUoo. No notloea tuaerted for luea than flftr oonia. THE OLD GRIST MILL. By Willow Brook, beneath the hill, Htanda quaint aud gray the old grut mill Hpriug moaaM on lta auwp roof mow Where broad their ahade the willowa throw. The pond near by ia clear and deep, Aud rouud ita briuk the aiders aweep , The lily pada apread gay and green The lihea white and gold ...

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. — 7 November 1878

I Weekly Herald. NOV. .-:!. Tbe lellotv I'etcr The uuuierou front laWly Lute about wad' way with the ltvw iu r;, section. Reports to lb 8ur m m Ocueral of iLe' U. H. M -. ii. ll'fi . r ... th lulhiV.it'g Mm Ittft Ml dtathj for the wick n '1 u Lwndrtd : ikulililt UlaC&VbUT. Tba N u Yurk TXfci., siuct III itr- doi to , 2fl biiMn, 1 l,t it.man," 1 infi DN.r, J I urna!.t. 17 authors, 'fi.. mnl lf.- fylfii furl v In- dlMcMMiwi i. on. near Moos CltyodiDf fcJi New Orb-au. and v. Ill tJue iie Unci l Hauiotou. j eaais, lUf death fluiprri ou i! c I lj U'.i 1U p;ti lie, lor. pior, i j i oi Tho revelation ui tiit- cipher din- r0 ani: aid 51 tur.. 1 li. . v. . r.- . .i i . m iIa' ..;.! 1.1 . I'll i rIMf . iKure of in cipher telegram pa tout will Mfw IIRJBIM nm -,--w wrain, IO..MM nniwM me b Ulnrr. ttntf atA- (Jixuirr- u; on public oi-iuiou, and th more ebuics, U.KfJ fvanf, M auction- f,.. pronounced l-c.l.iae alien uciuu- urn rm, 41 uintir), ;j !! T, SO I ! bMM made do not defi m an c.-iii1 ...

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. — 7 November 1878

lie Wvvlly Herald. LOCAL. "''.sldem. lluyn U.f )ivMiini,i Tliurs ,y No'M:l.i r ibe Wtb, k j; tljy of ..ktgiv.nj: K.ni pi'ayiT. Kerr nMi touu) ttil St fat Imgs in Biaillry county. I.'d eoties of. M. Crow & Rd. F. ''i!, Kealgraut ageute, lu tbls issue, l heir route i a Bitt-nlai root, eutj rties gnlng wu ill do well to con uii tut in before Jiurctsastug tickets r oilier t onus. 0 be -iiuv Tiu iUy s sir 'lion no mm nerd .ukiliy I. hum II for it Mitiuii nt trut .i I liouor. The Mggei tbe foot t tie lietfSJr 111 CTMMIOO. Too ladles (root all tort ton i are ic- qta tod io andVxamluc iirs.o.iutt e Leeper's new stock of Millinery TQa J'letbylerllui SjnoJ rceit in Morris town to-day. A rail lino of etetssns a: Mrt. Ovleti & Leaner. Attention is in Hod to tin oerd of Dp. If, C. Caraon, Dtatlotttobt found In T tli i'Slie. Dssst, fear Ooltew'ab, James county, Oct. Hth lilt. Nancy A. McDonald, aged 7fl roan. Avoid using tboaa remedial oontaln iBgOputae. Horpbla, eft: but : i n b UhIit in...

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. — 7 November 1878

AQBICULTUBl. Neaikms in TiiK Daikv. Quality Ik always a meaaure of value; and mile perfect cleaiillneaa ic observed, the quality of butler or ctieete cannot be of the hMta The dairyman or tanner may not pSfSSlfB any difterence, but the ex ert buyer, or the fastidious consumer, will Instantly detect inferiority in fla vor, and hence be slow to purchase. Means for washing or brushing cows are rarely seen in a stable, and still less frequently Is opiiorliiiilty oOered for cleansing the hands of milkers, Is that in the great majority of cases impuri ties invariably get Into the pall, are dis solved by the milk, and become ab sorbed by the butter. Dairymen admit the value of cleanliness and skill, but are not always aware of what consti tutes proper cleanliness. As a blind man has no conception of a brilliant sunset, so some persons cannot under stand what perfect cleanliness and pur ity are. We were never more impressed with this fact than when visiting 'I1' Echo Farm dairy at Litchfiel...

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