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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 May 1873

n n t : 'M-'S-Mrtlionoy, ' Ritfitt Subscription: !Vnie py. o,,e 'pftr v J'SJ i r: 5 or wore copied, one year, each, J,ou For club of Ten. at 11,50 each,vc .!'! send one extra copy frco for onp 'J .r, to the getter UP 01 me emu. tm JONESBORO. JAMES O. DEADER ICK, .V Homey at Lavr and " '; Solicitor ia Chancery, -OXESBOnO, , TENNESSEE. ' fljg in Grisbaw & Laropson'e New Jlding, (Up Stains) No. 2. . 7lmar23 - t 3. U LIN. . . I , MoLIN Jt. I. BLAIH & BLAIR, .'.; ; " T . a r "i A ' Collecting Agents, . JNESBORO', - -'.TENNESSEE. , ' .fc fROMPT attention given to all buslnea v rtraste t us throughout the courMe ; mprlslng Upper East Tennessee. t TICK under Kcen Gallery. ;oocti3-iy ' .-.--...- -;- AND J . K. N. GRIEFlTH, . Attorney at Law and iX Icir EmiTs PhntoRtaph SaUry, In th c, Koomi of lh Anlium Aiiotor, .i jNKSBORO', - - TENNESSEE. " 1 1 LL ctf peetM ttntlon to lh collection C .Imi ilml tht Qovrnnwnt. )jatr i . S. J. KIHKl'ATllICK, Attorney at Law, ' JOXESBOROUGII, TEN IV. O...

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. — 15 May 1873

oetaa $ttM mid rifotw. C. Wheeler, X Editors. M.S. Mahoney, i THURSDAY, MAY 15, 18731 DEATH 'OF CHIEF JUSTICE CllASU. The death roll for the put twelve months, presenti man; illustrious names, but none more fo than he whose came heads thU article, and whose luddar. demise hu cast a feeling of gloom oyer the whole country. Salmon P. Chase hai tood for many yean in the front rank among those whom their countrymen de light to honor. And well has he deserv ed the many testimonial of regard of which he has been the recipient. Hit pure unsullied life hu earned for him the highest mede of honor. The following tribute to his memory from an editorial in the New York JYtbune ia both appro priate and deserved : ' "But when all this is said, something greater than all remains to be added that the ruan was greater than his history, Kis record presents no stumbliug blocks in the way of the young and ardent. Ills blameless life can bear the light reflected upon i. by his great achievements. It nec...

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. — 15 May 1873

iuvalil ami (Jribtmc. rilUr.SDAY MAY 15 1873. Uabbath Services-M. E Church l'reacliing 11 o'clock, A. M. Sunday Selol 2J o'clock, P. M. Treadling 7 o'clock P. M. t Prayer Meeting, TuursJay uiglit 7 v c lock. K. M. LOCKWOOD, PxsTort. V I. O. of Gr T. . Waiuingtiou Lodge No. 23C. Regular meeting every Monday evening at Female "lutitute, 7 o'clock. - Notice Sheriff's Sale of Lands. - : See Book notices iu Teiclier'a Depart inent. . - J. L. Lampion ii telling good goods at few pricei. ' Our wnoolsara still greatly disturbed ty the measles. Tie Mumps are raging in aome parti ttf tie county. I TnE last term of tbe Circuit Court cost the county about ft, 200. t - I Mm. DoMrr has a bouse for rent, plsas- antly located. See advertisement. . 1 " 1 ii i y If you waut the best Bee Hive in he market buy TnE VicTonv. . - . in i ,i i ii . . . . i Tiik train ran orer and killed a valua ble horso, near Bristol, last Monday. 4 The M. K. Church locaUs iU Central University for the South at Knoxville. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 May 1873

frlvft ttrsens Burned U Death. Oo Wednesday the 9th ult'., about 11 o'clock, a. m., i fire originated oo tba pre tolwi of Alexander Leftwich, Eiqr., and kfter consuming a large portion of fence, totaeq.ban,, &J3.r made its way in a ortEeaiterry direction through Spilth's mountains. spariag nothing cf coabostl- tie character found in its way ; and as in Wttitration of the nplditj irith. hich it tmelled, fir W8i conveje.i by tie- wind tkmm. eminence tq mother, a distance of at least half t,' mile, pawing over a tream kuotm aa CUft ereek. . . . "When loth Ticinitj of ."Hill Spring church" aeyeraletUhoielitSi which lay in iU eeurse, were divested ff fontes, cut looses, prevender, tobacco, and grain.1 But fortunately so dwelling was consum ed until the residence of James M, Hurt was reached. No person befog present xcept his wife and four children, all b p tf Mtisg their home or any part of then furniture, was landoned. Mrs Ilir al U suppetei, Uttempted to make ber way to her father'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 May 1873

' PUBLISHED WKEKLT BY , f M- S- Mnhoney, , ... Bates of Sobscrlplloa t Ein-leeopy, onoyer -12,00 f pr mow copies, one year, each, 1,60 j- For a club of Ten. at 11,50 each.we w . send one extra copy free for one yrr, to the getter up of the club, -f jonesboro. r"l JAMES 0. DEADERICK, ttorney at Law and ; Solicitor in Chancery, 3XESDORO, TEXXESSEE. C 3C6 n GrUbatn k Lampson's New I jdiog, (Up Stairs) No. 2. . flmartt a. ML1M. B. Xm blair McLIN k BLAIR, AND Collecting Agents, V NESBORO', - - TENNESSEE t bompt attention given to all buslnes iruittd tout inrougnom mo tuuiw uprising upper uu nncw, 1 riCE under Keen' Gallery. ' , OoctlMy ...... E. N. GRIEF1TH, ttorney at Law and Collecting Agent ( c aanar Kmb'i Fantorraph 0llrj, ta tea Z ,NESBORO TENNESSEE. "TILL f It. ipccUl attention to tb collctl.n I Im. ..lnat tha ftaYarnmant. Jaallf " i, 8. J. KlllKPATRICK, . 1 Vttorney at Law, JOXESROROUGII, TEIW - Office In Orlshara & Lampson's new X tldlr.jr, RoomNo. 7, . . A. J. BROWN, j :erne...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 May 1873

g. Wheeler, J I editors. M.S. Mahoney, i ' THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1873 ' : WE WDUH. : ;; : We learn that General Jefferjon C, Xtii who iris appointed to succeed Gen. Canbj, latelj murderod by tbe Mo'doci io such a treacherous manner, is pressing the campaign against them with all rigor. Gb. Davis held high command in tie Federal Army daring the lata war, and was known as a daring and enterprising officer, and President Grant has made a good selection in appointing him to the command. ,': , . . , The Modocs hare had no rest sinoe he took charge of affairs hut he Las a diffi cult U?k to perform, and thej probabilitj is that the extermination of that tribe Vill cost numerous lives and the expendi ture of a large amount of money.- It must be done however. Their speedy punishment ia the only plan that will so cure protection to our settlers on the frontier. '-.". OUIl FABMER'f CLUB. We learn that nurabtr of our farmers are combining to establish a store in the country by organising a joint st...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 May 1873

: itxM and ' intuitu. II1WSDAV MAY tl 16'S. . nrvleea M E Church' rroohingIVo cioc, jx. . Sundsv Sclwol 21 o'clock. P. M, Preaching 7 o'clock P. M. ' IWr Meeting, Thursday ni ..f, K. M. liOCKWOOD, Pastor. ; I. O. of G T. TVmKtionIiOdgNo.23$. R ipular eting every pionuay suing 4itutt, 7 o'clock.1.' ' Female Notice SberilTi Sale of Lands. Strawberries are beginning to ripen. Visn ro unusually abundant in the irket. ) .W Lear of great many bee swarms t-is spring. The prospect for an abundant black er crop U flattering. A large drove of cheep passed through "jtn on Monday evening. . .. I The pupils at . the Female College re enjoying a week of rest. The Dillwirth Cornet Baad U consid- r:ed one of the best in Tennessee. t -.- -. . Or it you want the best Bee Ilive in y' a market buy Thk VicWnT. . t - i , " . TuitR 1 meeting of the Codnty Su- rintendents in Nashville this week. The tax payers are. "going for" the new t Assmcnt law' and the last legislature.. A Farmers' Club, numbering twe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 May 1873

.. J.T-x N I'M r "via iU rican pnbllc pVERTHiBTTTewf. It hM tew yet Wled to give perfect satisfaction, and bu Justly been styled the panacea for all ex ' jeraal Wound, CnU, Burns. Swelling, tpralns, Bruises, to., Ac, for Man end MM. No family should be a tingle day 11 w to Begin nn Article For Pub llcatlon. A great many people are apt to Lit upon happy ideal in ' society, and when thej go horn tbey write them oat for put lication, and moit of tbeae good folks know bow bard it u to begin an article satisfac. tonly. A wore1 to them : commence with jonr rerj fioest writing and most beauti fully rounded eentences. Introduce your ' subject in your most elaborate atyle ; le poetical, rhetorical, didactic, aa your mood may be, and "ben you think jit, gradual . I y drop into thj discussion of the sulject matter. When the article if finished, be gift t the opening sentence, and read it until you ban commenced to ny some thing to the point. Stop at this place ; - strike out every thing before...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 May 1873

. n . A , A li V tt r A Ji U 4 iti i4 hi Dl h it rt ? jjeraftr info' riljmu. I 4 1 trflUSHED VEEKtT BV M. Mahoney, Bales of Subscription i F.'-sJo copy, one yeaf,.." 2.00 i ; e o more copies, on ye or, eneb, 1,50 I, -a" For I ciui Of Tern atllA) each we iia send eno extra Copy" ftec 1W year, to the getter up of the club. -64 ' mm JONESBORO. f JAMES G. DKADK1UCK, ' Attorney at Law and ' , Solicitor in Chancery, r, jdXESBORO, TENNESSEE. ' 3iC0 in flrMam k Lampson's New ' tiding, (Up Staira) No. 2.' -71mar23 M.XIIN. R.L.1JLA1R , j? McLIN & BLAllt, . " V Attorneys at Law Collecting Agents,; v,"VsfiSBOKO',' ' TENNESSEE. 1 Prompt attention given to all busuics 'a trusted tout throughout the eoui'Mc c uprising Upper East Tennessee. . , tick under Keen's Gallory. 70octl3-ly K. N. GBIEHTH, 'Attorney at Law and Collecting Agent, r -inder Kten's l'hto(tmih Oollrry, in th tloorfUOf the Aulilani jiMrnor, CONKSROUO', - - TENNESSEE. il LI. (! ipoclRl ftttontlon to th collection i una aiot ih O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 May 1873

1. S. Mahoney, l TflUKSDAY, MAY 29, 1873 ite'OovERNon Jewell, of Connect! but, Lai received tie otucial tcnderof tha appointment of Minister. to Russia, and will probablj accept. A Baud of desperadoes, numberioir thirty or more, took forcible possession of Uddo, in Indian Territory, a station on tbe Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad, n Saturday last, and defied the authors ties. The United States Marshal was OTerpowered. ' He telegraphed to Fort GiUon for help, and troops were sent to queU the disturbance. THE MODOCS. General Davis is making short work of tne Modocs.. About sixty of the tribe, including women and children surrender, ed last week, and there is a fair prospect of a speedy termination of our troubles with that tribe unless others should get on toe war path and join them. The question now arises s what shall be done with those who have surrendered ? Many cfthea are guilty of the highest crimes and some participated in the massacre of General Canby and the Peace Commis...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 May 1873

... lit' 4 lit I n ' at i t : 7 UttM mi ttMnt, 6 : . JI1UKSDAY MAY 29 1873. Mil aii ' CAbbath Service3-M E. Church. , Preaching 10i o'clock, A. M. Snnday School 2J o'clock, P. M. PrwAttig 7J o'clock P.M. l'rayer fleeting, Thuni Jay night 7J , o'clock. ' K. M. LOCK WOOD, Pastoh. I. a of G T. 4 Washington Lodge No. 23G. Regular ' t ieetiog every Monday evening at Female . ' Institute, 7 o'clock. , Cockt Court meets Monday. i CitOQUIT has opened favorably this teason. A dog had a fit at (he M. K. Church . Jut Sunday. - It is feared that 10 much rain will be ; 'njurious to the grow log wheat cropi. f lV If you want the lest Bee Hive in tie maikct buy The VicTonr. Last Sunday a large number of our oitiions attended church in the country. r Mr. J. II. Dower Lai a new fence ' fcround bis lot Quite an improvement on the old one. A couple from the Old Dominion" . ' ere wedded as the Washington House tse day hat week. - . ; It is reported that all of , the tax Vsessors of Sevier County, resig...

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 May 1873

. i. t- . r r - Patting r a Sure. T II ... rf iA W rutting up a tr If not so difficult ia iUwlfr'p.It is the pip thai rai four Cflb of tb-.iolaohif ao ftll tlte dust. You mj take dovrtr 1'ilcve with til tie mh ia tie orIJ, and lava pur wife pi t away tb pipe in secure place,' aad j I that pipe won't come' together again "aa :t was before. You find tLia oat. wLea jcu ire ttanding 6n a chair, witb" yonr, am a full of pipo and youi inoutl. full of oo. Your wife it standing on the floor., ia A position ttiftt enables bar to see. jon, the plpend the chair, and here alt gives ut terance to those remarks that are cslcuU Ui to hasten a man into the extremes cf iombUj. 'J ler dress u pinned orer Iter waut, an3 Ler . lands rest on Ler Lips. . She las got one or your LaU on Ler Head and your fincn coat on der" tack, and e pair of jour rulbcra on Ler feet. There is about five cents worth of pot Hack on ler nose, and a loi of flour on her Air, and altogether sh e ia a rpcctacle tbit would inspir...

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 June 1873

jmtllr unit ribhht; vs. r o erald ribune. rVBMSn ED WEEKLY BY Rates cf Subscription! Single copy, 0110 year, .4 2,00 J jv or more copies, one year, each, 1,50 ' IT Fof acltib of Ten. at 1,G0 eaclt,wo Vrl send one extra copy free fur ono year, to the getter up of the club. -&H """ JOESKORO- " jame3 olTummK, j rt-r-n av at Law and ' v Solicitor in Chancery, If- -aca in Grisbam & Lampson's New ft:-- tVr. Stulni'i No. 2. 71mar23 S.MLIN. : R.L.BLA11 - ; McLIN & BLAIR, f Attorneys at Law AND " Collecting Agents, .vsnrmo. . - - TENNESSEE ! 4 A nil VinufnOB I7BOMPT attention giv-cu w"r" r triiitl ton throughout the courMe V uprising uiicr t.un vu. .-.- . V Tier, under Keen' Gallery. r :0octl3-ly . E. N. GRIEF1T1I, ttorney at Law and r , Collecting Agent 'cr.es idr Kmii'i Pbtorrph G.M.rT.ln the it . : Knonuol iu amwikuv - DNKSBOKO', - - TENNESSEE TILL W tp'rlnl ntt.ntlonto the collectlou V Inn l alnrt tl OoMrnraent. Jnt? ' B, J. KIRKPATRICK, : HtnrtiAV at Law. J WWW - , r m mw . ...

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 June 1873

Editors, . THURSDAY, JUNE 5, 1873 Within the past few yean bo organisa. tion has sprung up ia the Western States which is gradually spreading over the country called "Patrons of Husbandry." . The organization first appeared tniong tie farmers in the Rural districts, and it was denied that it had any political sig nificance whatever, but only intended to promote the interests of the agricultural population 5 but It has gradually extends td Itself and the "Oranges," as they tro termed are being established both in town and country all ever the Union, ex cept perhaps tu Bome of the extreme. Southern States. As might bave been expected many leading politicians have become amatare farmers and are seeking political agrandizemont through the pres tige they obtain by their oonnection with the Oranges, and now it is feared in po litical circles that the organization b to exert a powerful influence in future elec (totra. It ia thought old issues will be to considerable extent disregaided and ...

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 June 1873

' r 1 f leraW and Sritotw. llll'HSDAY JUNE 5, 1873. Cabbath Services-M. E Church. Preaching 10J fl'clock, A. M. ilunday tichool o'clock, P. M, " IVeacliing 7 o'clock V. M. Prayer Meeting, Thursday night 7J Vl:k. E. M. LOCKWOOD, Pastor. I O. of G T. Washington Lodge No. 236. Regular t jting cverj Monday evening at Female 1 titute, 7 o'clock. 'jE If you want tbe best Bee Hire in k i market buy The Victory. Toon "Uruno" is dead, be died at r.Hoion City, from injuries received by a train rtinntnff near liim : 1 Acquitted- . . .D. M. Nelson, charged with tbe tour ' r of Col. Claftoc in Knoxville, one or two years since, was tried in tbe Criminal Court at Knoxville laat week and ae- I I, Ittcd. ' ' . JTanerai Sermon. ; f Tbe time for preaching tbe funeral eer-.t-z of Rev. Joseph Milburn, at Millurn t; 4'Gieene Co., by Ilev. J. L. Mann, I been posponed till the Cth of July. '; Sunday School picnio at the Fair Hindi tomerwm. The tame pro- ' mme a was published last week. Let u rjbodv go out...

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 June 1873

I it ! I;..! l . 1 VI :l ! ,(,, -J -i &?tfS, mT' a - VjjSr fi'A . t t 5w& j&' rrJvCv-aj Snr?T5IRnr 7ea- M hM never yet tliii 1 P"60 UfMtlon, and Las Justly been ityled tho panacea for all ex ternal Wounds, Cute, Burns, Swelling. Bprajni BraiBea, Ac, &e., for Man and . Jo family should be a single day A Murderer f Eight Persons Killed. A correspondent : of tbo New York World, writing from Salt Lake City, Fla. nji; "Some weeks ago a man named Jim McDonnell was murdered at Mo Iweu'a Ferry, on the Suwanee river, by a notorious outlaw and desperado known as Ed Lawson. Hearing of tbe muidcrof bis brother, William started out as an avenger. Accompanied by a man named Peter Ilagane and a ferocious dog, be made bia way to McIwcd's Ferry near which tbe outlaw Lawson lived, and after some little reconnoitering came upon tbe object of bia seaioh near tbe river. Law son, divining doubtless tbe object of the men, endeavored to escape to a neighbor ing hammock. But McDonnell had pr...

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. — 12 June 1873

jtrato ant Sriljtmt. V' rCBUSHED WEEKLT T V M. 8. Mahoney, i Sates f Subscription I le copy, one year .....1 1J0 . or more eopiei, one year, wu, Foraciuooi icu,iiv.v-i. Mnd one extra copy free for one r, to the getter up of the club. -i JOXESBOBO. , JAMES 0. DEADERICK, '.torney at Law and ! Solicitor in Chancery, W.SBOIIO, TENNESSEE. lea in Grishara A Lampson's New Jdiog, (Up own) o. ;im.r23 I WMN. K. ! BLAIR McLIN 4 BLAIR, "I Attorneys at Law 1 AND ' t: Collecting Agents, NESB0K0, - 1KNNESSEK . .M.ntiM riven to ell buslnes ruited to in throughout Jhe courUe i TffnnflKRt'.e. uprising - - ic under Keen's Gallery. .5octl3-ly E. N. GIUEFITII, ttorney at Law and Collecting Agent ci sartor Kton'i Photorrap OalUrj, In tbt Room, of the Auutaav XEsnonO'. - . - TENNESSEE 'ILL flrt ipelt atuntlon to th eolUctUn m. acalnit th OoTrnmeut. ttf . S. J. KIRKPATRICK, Attorney at Law, 4 JONEiBOROUII, TENN. FICE In Grbham & Lampson's new Mlr.jr, Boom No. 7. Jaug'itltf i A. J. BROWN, rsaey M Law, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 June 1873

eitiltfrif - V4.T CT'utl.tttvA' I live, flovata the tastes of its inmnfna nn1 would bo driven from tho farm to seek homes elsewhere. Farming would bo made respectable. The speaker , said with emphasis. That "if this ; was' done fewer of our. vounsr men , niB run u.v these dena of h,lT. thn v and gambling holei to be found about &heLer- - 1 Editohs. TH URS DAY,' 'JUNE 12, 1873 GRESS. The coming Congressional rice bids fair to ke t lively ono. We already learn of iereral gentlemen who are said to be can ,, didatei for the position. This district does not lack talent or almost any posi ' tion and If It did thore would be ' co lack of candidates, especially for Congress where the pay and emoluments will com : pensate for any dearth of political glory : which the member may suffer by reason of ignorance or incapacity. Seven thousand , five hundred dollars perhaps will serve to cover a xiultitudo of disappointments in the way of attaining prominence in polit leal eircles at the Nation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 June 1873

XlllT.SDAY- JUNE 12, 1873. Eabbath Services-!. E Church- Prowliing 1CJ o'clock, A. M. Sunday School 2 o'clock, P. M. Treaching 7J o'clock V, M. Prayer Meeting, Tliursia- night 7J o'clock. , . K. M. LOCKWOOD, Pastor. iy H you want the lest Bee Hivo in t 5 market buy The Victory. ," Teachers' Institute met at Johnson ( 'r last Tuesday. : . ., TT" , . Hands are at work at the Fair grounds j airmg the track. . D " Marshal Ilowrcn las improved Buffi- ilaotly to be able for business again. 1 Several of our lawyers are attending court at Grccneville this week. TtTany of our citizens will ' this summer. attend Daley's Springs' The propped for a good crop of oats 11 grabs was never better in this county, Harvest t - Wheat harvest will ; commence in this - if ' anty in about ten days. , ... Persons visiting Joncshoro' will, find tit "EutawIIouso" a pleasant place to J P.' ! .... ' Tub new "bath house" at Col. Reeves' i mill is a great convenience to thore A wish to "cool off." ...... . . I II...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 June 1873

0T1CE. I V nhfiUon t a aa ,A.. f ..1. I..,. all from the Circuit Court of Washington County Tenn., at h April term 173, and to me directed la nror of Lewis Miller, and against Thomas J. Squibb, for the aum of 101,44 Debt, and all legal costs, 1 will eell at the Court House door In the town of Jonesboro', for cash In hand on the 23rd day ol June 1873, all the right title claim and Interest that the aald T. J. Squibb, has In and to a tract or parcel of land situated In Wash Ington County Tenn., district No. 14, aUjolnlnar thelands ol Uriah Hunt and Hannah Cox, and others containing 28 acres more or less. This the 20th day of May 1873. . ' B. E. GRIFFITH, SU'ff. mayJJwspfSl. OTICE. ... IN obedience to an alias FX Fa., Issued from the Circuit Court or Washington County, Tcnn., at Its April terra, and to me dlrecteu In favor or R. II. Hopper, and against J. II. Crouch, one for the ura of 1961,65 dollars, and one for $503, 13 cents. 1 will sell ;proceed to sell at the Court House door In ...

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