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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 14 November 1878

V mum it AV. 8. TIPTON, IVKBT Tlll'KSDAT MOkNI.tQ. TKHMSl One eopr oat fnr our oopy tlx muniha 1 One O'DT three IDonUu M HiL&it eiipM hu taught not U print a ul credit. VOL. III. CLEVELAND, TENN., NOVEMBER 14. 1878. NO. 46. RATES OF ADVERTISING. BKoJar rataa of adv. rtWn. 91 per euuara flret ma. rVou, ami 60 cente each subafejuaufc ini-eru.u. Bpadal rontracta will U made for all advar Uaeiuauta for fuur uiatrtiooa or orac Trinaient advartlaamento always parable qu.ruenj in advances Mamaraa and obitoan nnUoea. or r om aquara, charged for at half regiuu- rum. All local Dotioea 10 oento a line for each insertion. InaetUd for lea than fifty oeuta. SUMMER'S DONE. 'lliinuer the leavea of the larchee abow, ftlotiouleae held In the languid air; Fainter by waysidee the aweet brier grow. Wild blooma laying their gold hearts bare, Latiguiahiug one by one, Hummer ia almoat gone. Deeper hned roeee have long alnoe died, Hilent the Inrda through the white iniat fly; Down of Uie tuietlee, by bu...

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. — 14 November 1878

Weekly Herald. Olll Tl ARl , The lute i:h Hon. from in hh i aii stand point NoV. H, IS. Tin' 1 rl tir House i : ! i i . r-nly for specie .Inn. tt York i payment or. I leulh .l Dm tii ecnbut'k Part) J .Smt.vllle iMNtTI I AOr mi lllm-kv of two mouth tbt I National Grsemline parrj of thiu--' ",u Osiifrsariniisl reuojMifa I me sapiresl on the It last, swrtvnnd t'-"'l"1y u vo"' Nm been plu from ed l m:ilJ iirr!e c-r friend. It U t PJT WWOcntl MM IN nllbtto deafens regret we efaroolok itow-towiprwl rtuwtdal thu r.u't, for it who n mentor v i pHdpUf their prtjr. 0 all Umd i il.iii'', -i run of ho'w a-.i ! moml c ! u"" oeoators onynT", oi iwi I ran III Nation'. I .. .i ,1. Our VTaSMfigtve) ojiei'lal of Tuedav ty: All Hi members of tin- Caotuel i, A forrc-l.oll.ln'it of I In; Il.llliiliorr mmrm nr.-..'iif nf the kir.i. i, WWOOCIBtlC, HTII o iii- lute .i-. :iiiiii! Ihirinc Saveral limwruul iillcct to be lu lo 1 be txcent eloewOU it fast dftnf OOt, - . i . . i ...... SuiinuliiK up Hie Iteitull...

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. — 14 November 1878

The Weekly Hernlu. LOCAL. mWHl'APKR DEU1IOX Wi-publish tlie following for the Wiivllt of tbaM who ilo not underbuild the 1W ill slllll e.Ue. 1. Any person who takes paper regularly from the potoilke, whether lireet' in hit MM or another's, or whether he Ml suujrribed or not it i c-pcnfciljle for payment.. J. If toii orders hit paper dis--uiitiiiuet ; he MM pay all aire;irs, or tiic publisher may continue to send it mil payment it made, and then OOi Nt the whole amount whether the pcr ll UlkMI liom the olliee or not. I. The courts have decided t hut re-fa-lng to tnUe newspaper and periotli 1 trom ihc Ketollioe or removing and leaving them n mailed for, is pri ma facie evidence of intentional 1 1 ami. t What Millie tlio .Man Many jeop)e MM to forget that eharocter grown; that it is nul aoM thing to put on, ready made, with womanhood or umnbooJ: M dav lv dav, bere u littie Hud thore a little, j giows with the growth, and strength em with the strength, until, good or j had, it heeoinea ...

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. — 14 November 1878

AGRK ri.Tl'RE. 11a.mh.imi Omum, Iw the propr kVCltng ol sheen there li good profit aii J tuick returns. In England It U the practice of many taruiera to aelect com mon ewei of good breeding qualities, those are bred to Cotawold or Leicester rams. The ewes were generally fel some roots pievious to their lambing, their vitality sustained to the fullest extent. They were also well fed on mixed feed until the early tame grass furnished a rloh aud bountiful supply. By a ii h a mime many of the lambs were made to weigh ten pounds per quarter (forty pounds of dressed mut ton) at four months, and sold for 11 sterling, $5 per head. Now just think of the kind of meat such litmus produc ed I If we could get more of It in thin country our people would soon cul tivate a greater taste for mutton. Some one says, we cannot obtain as good price in this country as In England for this kind of meal I We Kraut It, but sup pose a farmer has 50 breeding ewes, and he secures an improved ram, for the double...

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. — 21 November 1878

l AV S. TIPTON, KVUir TIIL'HSDA Y M.JKNINO. TKKMIt Oue eopy oae yaax v oo one oopjr in i months 1 (It Ot copy three muuUu M blile loniaa at sipvUooe hu taujbl u not to prtut a Eiesptr ua croOik VOL. Ill CLEVELAND, TENN., NOVEMBER 21, JS78. NO. 40. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Macular rata of adrrrtiaing, 91 par iqtun first in.' rtiou, and 60 oeiit. aaub subaoquW Sped.) contract will I made for all adrar tuuuienta for four wacrtiuua or OTac Tranment arfrartiaemanU always payable quarterly in advance. Mamavea and obituary notioea, orer oal aquara, charged for at naif reiLar rates. All local noUoaa 10 oanla a lma fur eaon in sertion. No notioaa Uiaerted for la than nfu i oei.la. GROWING OLD GRACEFULLY. Softly, on ! aoftly, the yeara lia.e awet by tue. Touching tliee lightly witb tetidereet rare; Morrow and rare did they ofteu bring uiub titer ; Vet they have left tbee but beauty to wear. (trowing old gracefully, Graceful and fair. Kar from the storms that arc laahiug the (oreau; Nearer Nth da...

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. — 21 November 1878

Weekly Herald. NOV. 21, IfcTS. JorgriiHUi, Republican member of Congress from tlic 1'uiirlh Yiigiiiiu illMrii t. hail in lf7ti a majority ot 1,401. 'ililu year he ha a mujority 1. 1-1,110. Howoc ..hi. lii..:. Don Cameron , Tiiuoihv O. Howe, ami John A. Logan, four of the greatest men In lhe nation s ill 1.4 In tin- next L nitcil Mates hen- ate. In the i-ity of Lancaster, MaM., there was not a tingle I4inr:dlc vote cant at the late elertion, tauso there was not a saloon, of an ignorant man in the town. A new RepaMloSfl paper is to be HJ.utii! Ill hnuXMlle III opposition to the Chronicle. We see no use in anoth er Hepuhliean pap r there, as the Chronicle is as true as they ever get to be. The DontOMMJ are abusing Senator Conklingfor wearing a clean sliiit. 'lv average Democrats don't change hhiiu oftener than once jier mouth, unp therefore they think C'oukling is iuiting on to much style. The Washington Pott, in announcing the Republican victories on Congress BMM in North t nroliua, s...

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. — 21 November 1878
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. — 21 November 1878
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. — 28 November 1878

rnunni it W. S. TIPTOX, 1VKRT TUUKMMV MOKMNU. TBHMS: One rot'T oae Tear 1 oo One uot v klx umiUu 1 vO One oupy three uoulo. M hli.gie Copiea M lipeneooe baa taajfiit oa not to prist a VOL. 111. CLEVELAND, TENN., NoVKMIJKK 28, 1878. NO. 47. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Reirnlar ratea of adivrtWng, II per aquara flrat mmrbon, and 60 oanU each auUiequeu? Uuertiua Bnedal rontracU will be made for all advef txntnienU for four inaertioua or over. Traniient adrertiaeinenU alwaja payabl quarterly ui advance. Marriaees and obilnarr noOoea, over oue aquare, charged for at half retpLar ratas. All local Dotioea 10 oeuts a line for each in aartion. No notioea Inserted for leaa than fifty oeuta. THE BiLLS AT EVENTIDE The bell, were ho eoftly i a. in,'. )u the air their muaic Mi'iKiuK Hwiet aoiind. that note the parting- diT . Ho i. -ar then floating far away, Hweet belle at Eventide ! When our work at ere, la ended. There rounds with our live aeem blohded , Mealing o'er ua with oalm delight Khedding pea...

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. — 28 November 1878

Weekly Herald. NOV. & 187!. K vnii foul ooi'.itlivn in IMIMWM give Wihl 3H.U.TJ vol i s, Marl 7:',!-.', mid Rdwurda (Mff. Diliri-II'H majority l only 5,1 IIiIk limp. Vii-ii, tbcraltOM WMolMioa Im l :i rlt-wr fi-llow Itlul this ili-liiil will not ImcL for t-jMi.-ij;i ral ihi-roin- III); .'.IMJi. I be DuprciiM Court of Florida luu doetdod llial tin- prociftOtS thrown out tiy tin' Di in. HirjitK- ( uiiviis-inij Iti.iir.l MMHl Ik- t-ounteil. That elects BUM Jt jirtili aii, ly S20 votcn. iron too exotpnoti ofDibreu In this district and Taylor in the 1st. Ti-nnis- s-cr has nn a 1 tic ili-li-irntiou in ' 'oilgrOSS 1 hr enancei for a renewal of the fe- , Win Chattanooga Imve ptixstnl am the it y IK in a hoalthv DOOdltlon OUM more. One of our 12th district reailers say the ft mm hack era have eonipletcly plared oat down there. He say since me election it takes three of them to make a shallow. He say our ohl friend .). f. Wiiiholie has Injured hlsf lungi POtUnf, and that the cluh Will ffi...

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. — 28 November 1878

The Weekly Herald. LOCAL. KKWSPAPER IlECIfsIOX. We puulixli the following for the MUtfll tBOM Who do not undeifUinU tlie law I" bui-li vase. I. Any person wiio takes a paper rfjftiirtriy irom nit; poatomce, whether ill reel) la hU name or another's, or whether ho has suWrihctl or uot I rosbonsiule for payment. 2. If a person orders his paper dit oontliiueu; ne must pay all arrears, or the publishers may continue to send it until payment M made, and then col lect the whole aiuouut whether the pa jior U taken troin the olltce or not. 3. 1 lie courts nave (lectileil that re fusing to take newspapers and period! call from the postotllce, or removing auid leaving thein uncalled for, Is pri ma facie evidenco of intentional fraud. t ( hew Jackson's Best Sweet Xavy To- hacco. MoT. M-iy Fresh Prunes and Currants at J. M Cowan's. C. C. Vest has a rccnuc sale tised in this issue. adver To-day Is thanksgiving, hut wo have seen no Turkey as yet. The Chattanooga Conimercial, Sunday, contains a co...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 28 November 1878

A(iH I I 'I IRE. Hcinrrmc JIcttkb makixo. The milk standi thlrty-slx hour before It It skltnmeil, and after lliat of the evening Iim been received, our i'erdlus, like an excellent clerk, fllla out her return for the day. She ha printed blank which give the name of the oowa at they stand In the stable. Two columns are ruled for inornliyj'i and evening's milk, and the weight of milk given by each cow U recorded ax we hare aald. The disposition made of the whole quantity is then noted, and the dairy la charged with IU proportion when deduotiont have been made for the house, the fami lies of the men, and the young calvea. Such a report is filed daily, and ao com plete is the system that It take only a lew hours at the end of the year to tabulate a full statement of the ."Wo days. 'l'i... la alrt.liiA.il nr tilti'Tl'll hv 1 ir i lumii in ontu. w. nil i "j .. 1 L. .k...i.Aii.ti lkitmniMiniulllunu.a fa ' WlllUll tt UIUIUUII UVUIWI.HWIW..W-I - ecu red, and without which It Is Im possihle to...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 December 1878

mwn it AVr. 8. T 1 PTON, kVKkt i n i n-n w MOMflJM, TKKMi: one rrpj oar year Oue MM in incniha one o- iy tiiiw iuoMIu tli gle t4.ut .ft on KTo1De hfta MfM 01 DM U print ft aewtiMpcr on credit. VOJ, J 1 1. CLEVELAND, TENN., DECEMBER r878. NO. 48. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Regular rata of adrrrtlalnft. 91 par Kjuara flrat im rt.ou and 60 urnlt 6ch rubaeuiiau IWIM BpeeU eontrarta will he ni lo for all adrar UaeiueuU lor four uu rt:oiu ur uwc Tranaleut dvcrtiaomeuU ftlwart parab! quarterly ut advki.ee. Marrlicea and otntnarr noUcea. oTur una quare, charged for al half refiiLar rata. All local noticaa 10 cent a lina for tj iu-aartiou. No Dotioea Inserted for lau than ernia. fifty FOREST BILLS. Fair Nature, far more brightly fair bince you and Art were Wtt, Vour beauty, in lta k'ala ilreaa, Sila anuling by the dead. Your nlowiug leave ami sunset : .. Bright gleaming through the quiet houra, Whoko uuur-ed uuniler but prolong The bird-note awoetoeaa of your aonga. Hut what care they who aleep b...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 December 1878

Weekly Herald. DBO. r, lift Congie M ul Work K.iTK. W flWIWi. !'. . Mr. I'aiMock, of Nuliraxka, miliniitttil m i . -lutioii iMtJtMtJng tfce QbwIttW Kiumcc lo illi)ilir: into Hie WpMIMMf ofimi ' ii y, ,L ,, u ll dafcu, prtHe mM prfwte, '") pre. ""'M "Ml vMiug for tlittnnn-iiioii of the coin- w I g of the standard sliver dollar ef 4IIJ4 Ail iirti. le In J i't l-'l"1' Mtl'IgnilM, Nd iMr HBOlliafS IHM tin- tl,-. WbO t lvhi.iR (Ii- S.iiIIm i ii ira.!.- .i .il.ir of 120 uriiiun, uii.l for the .. ..it. i Uk.i iu..ti iwadllpil ailliiioinil loiuairy of III tr;nlo dollur Ji ll 'Ml. MM'lll'l - " -1 " ia Uarmr'i Week!. ftdfi Houk huh loen intcrvi wtl in Washington anil SSpfeSSBd hi bi lli f Hut two-tfelrds of t lie BopaMleMi i Tenneesee are for Grant in IHfc Ho lavor John BbormM btewolf. Suvi-ml of oartnbMfM are niak InfOfCol. John K. Ncul, of Klua i-oiinty, as a fiiiublo perron for the speakership of the next t;uttte. As w e iniist have a lwuio.nit, we see no rea son Why Col. Neal iboW not be ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 December 1878

The LOCAL. jin.niM hecihio. We iiuI.IMi A t' benefit of those wlio Jo Bot uuuersUutl tbe law in Midi MM 1 Anv DM ,Hk,'', PaPr reeulnrly lr.nu the pONOMM, whether diri-clad iu hi DWM f. ',0,,"r'' r whether lie bM MlMOrWM or not it .11.1.. t. w i.urinrilt. con I in mil ; lie iu"5 V) " tbr r,ubllflierr imv oiitinuc to eiul it til pernent Ii made, end Him coi wot tbe whole amount whether the iu wr If taken from tin) office or not. 3. The DOUftl bATt deciileil lliut re al.. -I. baMMIUimilil IMTiodi- I MH II K I , ' umv ii..- i i i - - If IIOIIl tilt' l'0-U'lini:. in inuuuuE guil leaving tlicm uncauisti lor, is iri im facie criileuce of intentional frMii.l. 1 Herald. All WWiWUtW WlM pleads bear iu I ii, in ! tliat tdi- office control three votes, and thoae that fail to aiinounee and those thai fail to p..y for their an noiiin fluent liefore th election will lie certain not to gt-t either of the votes. 'l Dent Sweet Navy 'I'o Nov. 28-ly. Chew JtcktM baeoo, 8. II. UeArnn inl has an administ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 December 1878

AGRICULTURE. Havi tub Straw. If the wheal lutaves are well stacked up, the straw being .in a bright condition, and if there are no presaiug reasons lor Belling tlie grain at once, it will probably be found just aa good n wjr to go bark to the old method ol threshing on the barn floor with il hi-. In this way one Mack can ha brought Into the barn and threshed, the straw It needed for cutting up. In cutting up straw It 1h very much more convenient to have it in bundles. And when It has been run through a threshing-machine It is, ol course, in no condition to be haudly put in bundled again. Then it Is a qWeVtioii whether threshing by uiachineiy is not Just about an expensive as by the flail. The Ihn -in-r want so inunj c ill pi lin-li-el, and the price Is put hig'i enough to cover idle time in had v cither, when ihieshers and tin lr teams can be earn ing Homing and of course they nnd their horses have lo be ted and taken care of while the threshing is going on. There Is such a sudden i...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 December 1878

SUPPLEMENT. ANNUAL MlsA(.i: OF THE President of the United States TO THE TWO HOl'SKS OF CONGRESS protection afforded to their cllltens. There ran be do peace without aucli protection, no proaperity without peace, and the whole country la deeply lu- gni in and prosperity ui an iu the 01 III iff At the Commencement of the Third Session as OF THE FORTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. Urii Wb Hut To Mil Aa t)f lln fitUens of the Senate and nous of Represen tative: Oar heartfelt gratitude la duo to the Divine He rat Inc. who hnlda In Hit handa the deetlniea of Na- 4 tlons, for the continued bestow al, during the lost Vot Tear, of couulleaa blessings upou our country. a We re at peace with all other Nations. Ourpub y He credit haa greatly Improved, and la, perhaps, now stronger inun ever uciorc. Auunnam uarvcats ha rewarded the labor of those who till the anil; our manufacturing luduiitrlea are reviving, and It ia believed thut gcueial prosperity, which has been ; , ao long auxlously looked for, la at la...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 5 December 1878

SUPPLEMENT. T T A T It W A II Of a S ll ' u- 0. t'( l vt ) HI II K b. 81 bi m lu to in ra He ne lif loi lit a lis I 111 till I t'Ql Hi od mt 4t Htl US'. w Cti 1IH tl. w d an at mi Th qu cur . Isirl I f ft tlii boo F K'il Ikj wli He bob StHJ 61 C i.lg cut, til llkt HS t .10. ft Trei it Ia vnv-nt of 1 1 m can b made only In eonaneiieu ut appropiinroii made by lav, or fur the 1 un hake of bullion, or for the refunding ot Ik public Mt The niMi ut receipt from revenue ere MWM to inset I In- currcot expenditure u well a (he ei erulug luterrt on to nubile debt. Authority I W hill 1 1 I.) tbi- lUfuudmg Act to redeem six -per writ, bend as ibey become redeemable, br the retima i.t tlie wle of bombi In uring lower rate atf Interest. Tin 1'nltod Slates note redeemed uder the K-nunntton Act are, therefore, the principal meitn provided tor the purchase of bul lion or emu with which to maintain n sumption, bnl ahould only he paid out wheu tier can be used to replace an equal amount ol coin withdr...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 12 December 1878

W. B. TIPTON, SVTCav TIll'kMOaV MOUMMU. Oue fop oae year ooe cony six month On? c py Ihreu moot as hi. . i lup . Krperb DCs has taugQl Ul DM d print a RATES OF ADVERTISING. VOL. III. ( l J.AM), TENNm DECEMBEB 12. 1878. Regular rata of sd-f rtttfr.ft. tl par aqiiara first in tvuu, and 60 oent each sUhlH $ inaortiun. Hpechl rontrarta w II tw mala for ail adw tittuiei U toi four inai rtioua or or. Tranatnt tdrrrl - ;., aula ajuars payabl quarterly in advance. IJamaeea and obituary notl-saa. or-r om aji.ii e, charged for at half n u r rata. All local noticea 10 cant a I ne lot uaoti m ertiou. No uotoue luecrted lor lea than an I oeuta. TBI WOOD PATH. Along tba path to vouder wood. Star-ayed and fair thla autumn da;, Tio ..!, alraam a ultmaomed flood, A kiud of fallen milk; way. The golileu-roda tbeir bordera add Uoto thia garden wildly grown, Like bauuer of Sir Oalahad With pearl, and gold, aud purple sown. For Autumn blend tier ohoiceet bum. And mlxea many a precious dve; Tbn idonea of...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 12 December 1878

f Weekly Herald. DEO. 12, 1MB, A. Jtei:. Hutlcr 1 still iwiijtUininj: kbetrt being bulldozed iu MaaMwhs attts. Tlie father of tli- los-t boy, CfcullS ha- Ixe.i rtH-aj.ii .iuKI njraiii in YiiiiYlviiiila. The Oraanbafkef in Washington are pawing rclmiitiR again, and waiting fr ?f'l time-to "turn up." The appointment t old man Koote at Mipervisoi t,(,i mint at New Or leans la erttfag a couf idirahle stir in W a-liington. Hon. John K. Vni I Mill Mng f yiaWy mentioned for the position of jKifkeitif the Senate. The postmaster ut Joneshoro Is to he removed for using his patronage against tho election of Pettibono to 'onzie-s. Let hiui slide. The average Greenbaoker, who last election refused to vote for cither a Republican or Democrat, will stand a poor stlOW the flrst Saturday in Janua ry unless they will rally all of their (lub fifteen in number. Those fellow? who claim to be He publican when with a Republican, and 'Democrat when with a Democrat, and Green backer when with aflrecnbaeker,...

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