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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 April 1873

Itralb attb Inline. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BV M. B- Mahoney, I Rates cf Subscription: - "Single copy, one year, I 2,00 , J'lve or more copied, one year, each, 1,50 jjr For a club of Ten, at 91,30 each,we Mill rend one extra copy free for one ) ar, to the getter up of the club, Professional JAMES 0. DEADERICK, attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, , invriBORO. TEXXESSEE. CffiCO firinbara k Lampson'a New 71 mar2S . M LIN. 11. L. BLAIR f M'LIK & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS. AT LAW, ANI . COLLECTING AGENTS, nTJTP.s"RnTin TENNESSEE Prompt attention given to nil buslnes uprising Upper r.si lennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. ?0octi3-iy U E. N. GRIFFITH, . fctTORNET AT LAW. ah COLLECTING AC1ENT. !B nd Kn't Phntocrnph Gh11m-t, In the Jonesboronerh. Tennessee. , TILL rWe ipcliil attention (o the collection of f J. . KIRKPATRICK, REEVES & REEVES " Uornevs at Law, ; joxESBORoruii, texht., CKCEXEVILLE, TE.VX. f tfwig2tf A. J. BROWN, Attorney at Law, and ' ... Collecting Aent, IcnesTjorongh, Ten...

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 April 1873

TIIUKSDAY : 'APRIL 10, 1873 . ;.,;:.wEM.'ibom:;...r... fa Cotttj Court baa 'endeared itself .ul0uigeni and enterprising citiien in the county bj the straight for, ward and muni? wiv in i.:. u . m nuivll lb aiw IWO measures; Common Schorl nd .rublio" Roads." The wuMy was d,viJei in.t0 w en road districts and ' throe commissioners' 'appointed is each district. The action of the court in this important Riatb&r will meet the approval of the peotle of the enitni ' W- - 'J . 1 1 v uccu "r roada, and we' erv persuaded that .u,. prompt iDa occwed action of the court will have a Military effect. The 1 ublic Roads have been too long teglec td. The people will willingly pay a reasonable tax to keep the public high Ways in good condition.,. Let tbo good work go 'bravely on. We tannotholp rcjofcineat the prospect of Ug 001 Mada and better schools We now e that the Cora men School in. lerest Las become a power iu the county. Ibo Magi.trate. acted nobly Ja voting n Iib.r.I tax. Their ectopic I...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 April 1873

ft 4 V i 'i 1 I t f.' S '! M -'V i j !. i , !, Uinta Abui Warlt. ' . .Tin winter Lis been a gloomy one, and w an glad tie spring is come, We shall bar len time to brood over ottr difficuU tiei. We must take our fcoalscff and" go to work. The good slip Agriculture baa weathered many a rtorm. Some timid ones are just now proposing to run bar on The; tbiok abe is going to the bottom. Thej bad better mad tbo pumps, atop up the leaks, and make things anug and tigbt. Keep away from the rocks of peculation, combination, and - indolence. In tbe open sea there is no real danger , only a little privation. The storm will Hew over, and we shall latfgn l our cart. If we could put tbe crosiers oil store we would, We bave not much respect for tba men wkef propose to throw tbe provi sions overboard. Neither bave we much aympatby with those farmers who propose to get up a combination to "produce only I tmlf Crop, and thus ' advance prices fourfold." Btfch men; are not farmers. fThey bitfc bo right t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 April 1873

i 1 1 airraid and vnmt. JluULSDAY APRIL 10 173. Sabbath Services-M. E Church f preaching 1 1 o'clock, A. M. I Snnday School 2 J o'clock, V. M. Preaching 7 o'clock P. M. I Prayer Meeting, Tburs'lsj night 7 'slock. - ' . K. M. LOCSWOOD, Pastor. lUssolution of Co-Partnership. 4 Vhe partnership heretofore existing be tween C. Wheeler & M. S. Mauom-y, In 1he -tiblivatiuu of the Herald and "TuiBl'jm, U tdi day dlsoivcd by mutual Sciutnt, C. Wheeler retiring from nil n-sinens connection with the paper, iwlilch will continue to be puliiUiii-U by jl.S. Miilioiiey, to whom all etmiiiiiinica tl.'iis on business should tirr-n l --r be ad jtticsscrK 0. wliccler will bin; ichMii; c.i. Tin- E.litoi-ial Slut! if the iu)m-i- m! w.ll lit. j c whole wit.niUi.ii ; uautii ! til.' bllnitlCnS. t ttauimunicatinns luti-mlt d foi ln.- ilion t .. i i i.i i .. .i i i .... i... i IU .tie pnrr annum uiiuuiLi-u it" to, Wluelertfc iaahoney. C. WHEELER. M. S. MA HONEY. fcsrcli 19tb, 1873. NOTICE. 1 lie partners...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 April 1873

1 trail imb ttribunr. PUBLISHED WF.EKLT BV M- S. Mnhoney, Kates f Subscription I .Single copy, cSycar ' FlvS or more copies, one year, cncli, 1,50 j- For cluli of Ten. at l,iW each,we till tend one extra copy free for one year, to tlic getter up of the club, -fra Irofessional. ? JAMES 0. DEADERICK, Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, 4 10F.SHORO, TENNESSEE. tDfflce n Gr'iHlinin k Lampson's New ' Building, (Up Btairsj . , f 71niar'.'3 ' 4. b. M i.in. B. L. BLAIK M'LIN & BLAIRr ATTORNEYS AT LAW, AND COLLKCTINO AGENTS, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE jj Prompt attention given to all biiKinct fntrusted to us throughout tho courMe ' oraprltlng Upper East lennesuet;. (OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octl3-ly . i E. N. GRIFFITH, XTTIIRNKT IT LiW. ill - . .4 COLLECTING AGENT. Cfflu under Ken'. IMi.toraih OnlWry, In the 1 Knoms 01 tilt Alli"i I Jnnfis'horoTiffh. Tennessee. W ILL lv .(wcliil mu-ntlon loth cellMUonol S. J. KIRKPATRICK, I REEVES BEEVES A tTvrfTr n.t TjaW. , JONESBOUOUGII, TEXN....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 April 1873

i i1 t -1 .:! M. S. Mahoncy, ) '. " THURSDAY APRIL 17. 1873 E ASTER, . hotter bat passed and we may Dow ex pect beautiful Spring weather. Ther U .' ft peculiar fitness in tbe time of the Com ing of Easter, thai peruana Vitbout di- . tinct recognition must hive infused itself 1 1nto tbe thoughts of those -who look upon , tta ubsorvaocea. Tbe memory of tbe . atorros of winter Btill linger to contrast , wltb tbe tempcratencs of Spring and with i tlie warm sunshine and blue - skies, tben enters a zcBt into living, tbat melts into a kindlier but deeper emotion upon tbe ad , vent of Easter. ,'. ,; A post office was established at James ' town, Vni, last week,' for tbe Erst time, although it was tbe Grst place permanent ' ly settled on this Continent, and tbe Uni ted States Government lias sincethen es- 1 tablished more than 33,000 Post offices. Tliiore ire now about twenty Jamestown : post offices in tbe United States. - - ' 1 ' THE FARMERS In several neighborhoods in this and tbe surroun...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 April 1873

i f r ittM ami Sritome. H1UKSDAY APKIL 17 1673. Bibbath Servicea-lk E Churoln Praar-liinor 1 1 o'clock. A. M. Sunday Sclioot 2 o'clock, P. M, i Preaching 7 o'clock P. JI. . i - Prayer 5loetiug, Tburalay night o'clock. i . . - . - I K. M. LOCKWOOD, Pastor. 1 h O- of GT. Wasbinetion Lodgs No, 23C. Regular thftotlnr evsry Monday evening at i cma 4 , Institute, 7, o'clock.1 ', ' t T T t Bnow v . The mountain sooth of Jonesboro', were covered with mow last Sunday. Max L. Mayer left last week for New York, where lie expocts to reside in the future. Johnson City and Emreevillo opened the erring fights last week for the Jones- boro pugilists. . 8. T. Shipley left Inst Tnes-'ay morn Sng with another lot of hands for the cot ton country, Married' ,. '.,,. . On last Sunday night.near Fall Branch j Rer. Abram Jones, Mr. JortJt Pat terson and Miss Elizabeth Bowers. Died- At Johnson City, last Tuewlar Mrs. KenECCA Bowman, wife of Join How I hum' ' " t ' . The old tenement adjoining Masonic tlall,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 April 1873

ttrtt Renavntar lr a Vsr Farm. A Southern fartner, with a poor firm 1 t J. ? . I I vu ins uauus, writes to lis local paper bow Iio brought it up to first class cond lion at no cost. And Lu example is of fuch nature tint it may le imitated by any farmer in any portion of the country. "I think I know a first-rate renovator wliich will pay for Itself ly ita own1 in rroase in one year, nod leave tie good it doea tie Iitnd for clear profit. When was in Virginia, following tie flag of Stonewall Jackson, I had occasion to ace What aliaep did for that country; and when I got homo, dead broke, with no thing but a small-worn-out farm,' my own tbor and the help of a half-grown son, I determined to buy a few sheep with the first money I could spare, and try what they could do for me. I bought in the fa! o.f one year, for twenty , dollars, ton two-year old ewes that were in lamb. 1 put them ir. a small field close to my bouse that was full of briars and weeds, and which would lave to have been t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 April 1873

I "f icraltr antr fribnni, 1 PUBLISHED WEERLT BV M- S- Mahoney Kates of Advertising i - Square one Insertion, ...1 00 " Each subsequent Insertion..4.. 7 " Three Months, ......... 5 00 "Wx 8 00 t 44 One Tear...... 1J 00 Column One Year ......V....S5 CO . 14 44 ..v.Y..-..40CO J . " i..JiO 44 .-. itiO t of tub announcement ol candidate for State OfflceMlO; County, 5; JlJnlclpal , 3, Invariably In advance. I; ! Kates of Subscription i 'Single copy, one Jfrtl', ..' 2,00 t rite or more copies, one year, each, 1,30 v tST For a club of Ton. at f (50 etfCfywe 111 sent! olle eittvA cbpy free for oiio era a 7" ' ; ' - - ' ' ' , , ...,.,. . , , : ; , ' " - 1 1 1 .. .. ; Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will' Beeftffr Happiridss to the People. 7 ' ' ' VOL IV. JOISBOllOUGHr TEKNF THtTRSDAY, APRIL 24, 1873. l$oM j to tiW gutter hp of tlio club. ,,' i Professional, ; JAMES 0. DEADERICK, .ttorney at Law and Solicitor in Chancery, JOXESBOBO, TENNESSEE. OfflCO in Grisbara & Lampson'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 April 1873

Hurald and 'fcribnnr. 0. "Wheeler, ' M. 8. Manonoy, Editors. " THURSDAY . APRIL 24, 1573 moviMG, x ... - The Murntoii. puiigratioa to AHtont it laming an accom plished fact. Urigham - Young Las called two thousand of -iLv Saints to move to the new $ouujr ut Saw .rraocisco in that Territory. - THESTAa i li ui LI.Tll TATlO.t. The Supreme Court at Jackson, last Saturday, rendered a very.iwportant de i eislou iu a cue from tie 12th Circuit. Heretofore it bai peeu accepted aa lawf that where a payment bed been made tpjn a bote., such fyuieut took lbs iu i struueut out of tbe statute of limitations. According to tbe late decision, do Bute , can now be collected after six years, on .tbe ground that partial payment Las Leen made. The payment is to be cousiderod M as acknow lodgement to Untoind uot for tbe entire debt - NEWS FROM -THE SEAT OF v vr .- war. ( - ; Tbe news from tbe Modoc War in. dicitcs tbat tbe Indians bare made tbeir escape. from Mbe Lava 13d. 'Notwitb etaoding tbe great mili...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 April 1873

iliUKSDAY A Pill L 24 1873, Rahhath Senrices-M. E- Church- J Preaching 11 o'clock, A. .M. Snndsy Sclioul 2 J o'clock, I'. M. -1 TrmliiDg 7 o'clock F. M. . ': Trtjcr Meeting, TbursJaj night 7 v'lock. - . ft M. LbCKWOQb, Pastor.; v " ' I. O- Of G T. 11 WaaUnf,tion Lodge No. 236. Regular Meeting every Monday ening at Female Institute, 7 o'clock. ' ': atonosboro', Is taking tin Measles.' . . ,Thank3. ' Senator Brownljw will Jj1o; accept Vmr thanks for late favors. ' fechool Journals. . ? See noticei of valualle school journals ,ia another column. ' TUB new Melh diit Church at John lon City, is to be finished and dedicated verysoon. ..,',." .;. , . . THOSE who were present at the socia lie at Mr. Mathcs' a few evening! tinea Report a nice time. -"", ., -' '. , ' -' " TmoNa writing to advertisers will fleaie mention that they saw the adver tiaement in the Ukrad akd TribunS. I Caiii custom era can buy their goods at i very small advaucq on wholesale prices tjr calling at Maho:.ey'A Shipley...

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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. — 24 April 1873

NUWLY HARRIED MEN. what Tbr Have la Came Ts. BT hellahle Torxa. , First, Just married ; destined to fill' gir 10 clover, new mcwa bay, and rack barbage from Dice to twelve mouthr. Then Second. Som black, rascally, ttormj night you are turned ont into street and ponds and mill races or amid snow eicb teen inches deep, and driftiog like Hazes, and told to run for tbe doctor. When you get home again, eight chances to teni a little red flannel looking, thing, "about the size of a potato, awaits 70a. They will call it a baby, and packed up with it you will find the first squalls of mar ried life you can bet on that, . Third. Paregoric and soothing syrup, and catnip tea, and long flannel, and diaper stuff, and baby cbolic they will come Jong too ; in fact, they will become jurt as much at home in the house as din ner! Tbr-n "The wee small boar ayont the twal!," you will tnrn again. Barefoot an icy, disconsolate sense of dampness all about you, only a cotton shirt or such 1 matter, ' betwe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 May 1873

tralb ani Sriljunr. r 4 rVBUMIIED WEEKLY BY i i m. s. 2!! Bites of Subscription. " j 00 BIn'U copy, one year, or more copies, one year, each, 1,50 ' -r ForeclubofTei..atl,50cach,we ' i ,end on. extra copy free forone . . cotter ud of the club. -l J. f k K Professional. JAMES 0. DEADERICK, tomey at Law ana , ; Solicitor in Chancery, ..rcnnno. TENNESSEE. Ira in Grisham & Lampson's New Jdiog, (Up OW"; i,w ',, B.L. BLAIB . M'LIN & BLAIR, - ; AND I -mT.f.T.RTlNO AGENTS, i NE3BORO', TENNESSEE Prompt attention given to all bualnes , rurt.d toui throughput the courMe a iprtmnn upper .v...---. TFICE under Keen's Gallery. Jocti3-iy 4 E. N. GRIFFITH, .itiulT IT LlV. Ill COLLECTING AGENT tdr Kim i Thntormph OnlWy, In the ,-onesborongh, Tennessee. : ' ilJL,l..HllttntlonlotUcUetltB t Looms oi n " tcVu-t tm OoTtroment. C, J. KIRKPATRICK, ' : f Attorney at Law, . JONESBOROUOH, TEXN. - A. J. BROWN, jL::ry eu Law, an ; . ' - . Collecting Agent, jc aesborough, Tennessee, T: 7MPT attention give...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 May 1873

I .' t '4 : ril 4 1 r. Hi -r. A 4i ,S ': ;k' ill, illj 'if')! ' ' I. Jut!' S'.i -' it-. . ' -. lit . ; -; 'i i 1, " ; ; THURSDAY, MAY' 1, 1873 STATE COSlPTnOLLKB. ' '' A rumor j afloat' Ibat our present State 'Comptroller, W W. ilotba, is about to ' reiign.' Mr, ltobis, to far as we are in formed, mado a jery popular officer, and has man j friend". We can see do good lo result from "lisfre'signatiori unlow tie , authorities having control of tbe matter isbould bare Jtbe good seme to put a Ro ( publican in bis place, Thich is eitromclj doubtful to say tbe least. . .j : J ' " Ibe latest intelligence from the Span "Ub Republic, indicates tbattbe same spirit 'that animated tbe communists in 1'rance bas taken possession of a certain class of Republicans in Spain. . Already tbe ul tras bare demanded tbe. establishment of tbe Commune directory and have began to bunt down the4 members of tbe perma jieut comraitteo of tho Assembly. . sIhe volunteers who arc in sympathy with tbe tnonarcby are...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 May 1873

Itold and Sritane. 1UU1.SDAY MAY 1 1873. ahbath Services-M- E- ChurcM . Preaching 11 o'clock, A; 51. i Snday School 2J o'clock, P. 51. 4 rreacliing 7 o'clock P. M. -I Prayer Meeting,- Tliurslay, night T 'elock ' - ' jfe. m. Locgwoob. pASToh. t I I. O- ofGT. Wutiingtion Lodge No. 230. fogvAit atiog. ever Monday evening at Fclhele lastitute, 7 o'clock. i formers are busy planting corn. . Turnip greeni and begs jowl are in freat demand. 5 -' -' I The JonenWo' District Conference of the 51. E. Church, is in session at Elixa-J J)othton. - Hasticatlng. ' -"J Col. J.Q. ieaderick and hit brother, lt. A. L. Dcaderick, Uli their wives, are spending a few days on the river. f l!y Buy the Victory I)ke Hive, tha universal favorite,"' Dr. Munsev preached for the colored people, at this place, on last Sunday. Jonesboro abounds with drummers. It Is said that ' drummers and Methodist preachers erg to be found io every part o( the habitable globe.. turned to Death. A child of Mr. A. Roberts, who resi...

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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. — 1 May 1873

f ATK UK TENNESSEE. I2f CHANCERY AT JONEBBORO. Eveline Dlllard, , VP.' 'Nathan Dillard. , ,v IV thUcxMM It apponrlriff from the al iMmrtrtii In Complainant Hill (hut Has "ttiUrJ (he Defendant in thb t,UM t non-resident of the State of Tenneee, It Is therefore ' ordered that publication b made for four successive weeks In the Iterald and Tribune a news paper pabllahedjln the town of Jonesboro' Tertnew. notifying said non-resident Defendant, to appear' before our aald Chancery Court on the 4th Monday In lilar next, and mane defence toenld totn wlalnnnls Bill, or the fame will be taken lor confessed and set forbearing, exparte. Witness R. F. Swingle. C. & M of said Curt at office In Jonesboro'. . Tills 23rd dty0,APS,"8VVINOLE,C.M.t ByO.W. HWINaLE,D. C. Alt. aprll24w4pftpald. . S PATE OF TENNESSEE. IV CltANt'ERY AT JONESBORO. petition for Incorporation. " W. II. Cowan, 0. W. Telford, Edmoml West. Alexander Mathes, A. S. N. Dob aon. E. E. Matties, Edward II. SVeKt, Wm. M. Mitchell an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 May 1873

riLnnt. rUBLlSDED WEEKLT T . i M- S. Mahoney, - Rates r Subscription I X '.3Sl copy. o" J'JJ Fife or more copies, one ycsr, each, 1,50 j- For a dnb of Ten, at 1,50 each.we ai send 0M fxtr co,iy frce for one j ear, to the getter up of the cluh.-tat t JONCSBORO. I JAMES 0. DEADEIUCK. Attorney at Law and I Solicitor in Chancery, JOXESBORO, - TENNESSEE. 'OffiCQh" Grishara k Lampion's New 1 ailding, (Up Stairs) No. 2. . ,iB. MUX. ; B. Iu BLAIR McLIN A BLAIR, ., - Attorneys at Law AND v I collecting Agenis, JDNESBORO', TENNESSEE. ''prompt attention jflven to all bulnes Btnmted to ut throughout the courMe smprlalng Upper Kart Tennessee. OfFlCB under Keen Gallery. ' ' 70octl3-ly , :" AK. N. OIUEIITH, . ttorney at Law and Collecting Agent, Cacir Im'i Fhiitocrtph Otllfrjr, 1 tht tnnu of the Ai.Uiant AcwMor, J0NK3B0RO', .'-.TENNESSEE. W I LL rlT pell attention to th (llwtlra Claim. Mit tn 0rreunnl. j 8. J. KlttKPATRKK, (Attorney at Law, - 'JONESBOROUOII, TEN. OrFiCR In GrUham & Lauipson's ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 May 1873

til UUtk i1, -4 fo rt 'I . :! i;r. il; t V1 ''1 ' Mi , I". 1 Si, I f ,:' v., I b t . i i-S I I 4 1 1 i y 'I ' $trM and f rioimc. ) . i C. Whooler, 21. S. Mahoney, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1873 tiie COUNTF WORKIIOIJSIJ SI STEM ' , , the lite Legislature' has passed an act , , which we publish below, authorizing County Courts to erect workhouses, or to contract with other adjoining counties, Laving workhouses, for the confinement at bard labor of persons eonvioted of misde xneanors and who fail to secure the fines Tub Eastern Diviaiou Fair, at Knox. vilio, was re-organiied a fow days since, bj electing the following officer : Pjeui dent, R. S. Paynes Secretary, II. M. Aikin; Treusurcr. lioard of Directors, of whom the President i er-officio one, W. W. Woodruff; A. J. Ricks. R. C. Jackson, P. M. Willia ma. liREKNE county Las a veritable ghost sensation. The National Union ' says, "Several persons were badly frightened a few nights since. , TLey were going home from religious services, at Pioga...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 May 1873

- T 4 v I I i -JmM and StiMine. JHU1.8DAY.MAY 8 18 Oabbath Services M E Church- I'reachiog 11 o'clock, A. M. Sunday School 21 o'clock, 1. M. ' i .'reaching 7 o'clock 1. M. J Prajer Meeting, Tburslaj niglit 7 . ip'slock. e - U. M. LOCKWOQD, I'astor. ..f I. O- ofGT. ' TVssuingtion Lolg No.23G. IUgular f, mooting evurjr Monday eveuiug at Female ' Institute, 7 o'clock. - . , . The Measles are abating. ' f Tue County jail Lai only td fonVates. The Good Templars are reported in a tLriviag condition. - Ouk Agricultural Impiemetit (tore is ' oo to hare a largely increased stock. $ The Worshipful County Court held i its May session Monday. JoNisnoRo' juveniles are fast difpent ,4ing with booti and shoes. YiP K jou want the best Bee Hue in I the mar.ot buy Thk Victout. . , Tuk East Tennessee Sunday School Conreutioo convenes at Cleveland tOMlav. 7) ' Mr. Itobert Duncan, near Leesburg, lias one of the best wheat fields in the ' vcounty. ! " i" The little boys around town amuse themselves at od...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 May 1873

) -.1 :' -.. i ?4 mwm l'p in the Mountains. : ,3'oncia IIekald aso Tkiduke": 8ir.ce the mica interest has pjmng ia o audi magnitude, in such a short apace of time it may not be uninteresting to seme df your refers to' read ao accouut of "the where," and tie how" it is obtrined. A few years since " tbo .,mincral, which tow bring from $1,50 to f 5.00 per pound, wag comparatively valueless in nierket. " Not long linee, in . company with one of the entarprisiog miners from our coon ty, your correspendent tcok a trip via. - Walker's llailroad, that i a foot, to the mountains of Mitchell county, North Car olina, and the events arid resulti of that "royage" yoo fchall now bear i ' Ou Tuesday morning betimes we left the Duo River Cove and being detained ' iometime on the road arrived at the foot of the Yellow Mountain, the further trip up whose grim looking sides we were fain to defer until the morrow, so. we "put 'up with our friend, Mr. McNabb, by whom , we were hospitably entertained, un...

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