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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 10 April 1879

Tlie WdAUj Herald. LOCAL. CkVH JflckSBtVl Bm4 Bb N:vy To- IMM. , Xv- g-l.v. ' The bast sud clwipeat Toaab-tKoH -A Monument in lln Suite i.lleveliind Warble Work. aVlMfla. - r- . , PlOWSra of all imcriptlOM Slid nn:.! fllec at Ti mvuoi V ilrugHtore, floe sak I,,- (Jobs HHcmnjiiKn. A laitfc; Il ol LadhsV A 00 tt1 Fine tboeajust rcrelvcl. Call ant! ae. .!. T. A .1. K. JoBXBTOX. 4 lufgt dining tablt for sals at tlii nk aultaUs fkw boarding hotjss ot n )uisj futuily Ball ami tH il. !( will ixi solil raasrkably cheap. Col Jauift Parks, of Duektown, was in the city till" v.cck. lie rt porta IHttktown as about played out Attention i called to the emil of J. fc. I-oua; to be found in thla i-siie. Mr. . H. Davis of Dallaj Tsxaa late of Polk County Tenn., baa re turueU u Ills old hoots for a few dajrB. Attention is culled to the notice of tbS new furniture store. 'J his in the mly place to buy platola, cartridges, .lneks, jawalry, Mwlng macblna nao diss, stationary A". c. ti. Swartz, roproaant...

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 April 1879

. AORU'L'l.il'KK. with MrprlM at the watte o! time ami money many people lubmit to acquiring u tod for a lawn, or a part of it, or for a yard, la buying some old aed, contain i i iK mtny wet It tiard to gi t rid of, hauling it and thus employiut; men and carta to tecure even enough lor a (mall tpace, when a much better aod can be obtained from sowing grans (wed on ground prepared the same as if intend ed for a garden crop. Lately we had occasion to sod a space left In our lawn by the remoTal of lour large trees of the Norway spruce variety. The ground was very hard, and could be dug only a very few Inches in depth In preparing it, and was really in poor condition for the purpose; beside no manure was ap plied. About one pound of mixed "lawn grass seed" wag sown, and a garden-roller passed over it. 'I his was about the JOth of April. About the 1U of May Hie grass made its appearance; by the .'-Mi the ground was covered, and by the of June it was clipped, and by the 12th clipped a sec...

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 April 1879

f ll f eralb, rciuiaio IT vr S. TI PTON, KVKitr IWMM1 MOMIMi TKKMS; one copr oat year ouc eop hi iimi. i hi uu i t three 11. . . M- b ' Utlp c I ... .. 1 10 xmeriance hu Uuk'Ll 01 not to print a bvrm!iper ob credit. VOl, IV. CLEVELAND, TENN., APRIL 17, 1870. NO. 15. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Becnlar rataa of ailr.rUalne;. 91 par equara Bret iiiai rtiuu, aud 60 oeuU each aubaequeut UiaorUoo. Special rontrarte will be male for all advur UaeuieiiU for four luatrtiooa or over. Transient adYertiaetnauU always payable quarterly Ui advauoe. Marriacee and obituary notioea, or or one aquare, charged for at half regiLai raioa. All local notice 10 oeuU a line for eaoti im aerUou. No Dotioea luaerted for leae than flAy oeota. WAITING. I.iaru U) wail -life 'a barleet leesou, Cvuued perchance, through MhsdUaf, team. Wliile the beart-tkroba eadljr echo To the IreaJ of piaatug yearn I. eern to wait liope'a alow fruition ; Kauit not thou, I. tbe way aw uik loiif There ia joy in a-l I'oudiUou, liearla th...

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 April 1879

- a. "Weekly Herald. Al'lllL 17, 1679. D:ill i,'JVx.i, ha rleclftl a RvJMlMI i in .Minor I've tlx' lir-l linn- lW8t I In' war. Keep Im t.iill;rillin. The Ktntwfey fopajbtlcawi T.u '1" vi ii' KrUlow MM I" Is"1'. Bata lr.-iui-. J w m0M Md , a iv lUMMllUOfll ftir iir.ihl MNN. roMMlltM ipfwliitail by Own Harks i "nil ui'ii iiiustiiir iTrdjtpri iiml urgf 'in'in tn ioivM tin' BO pervenl )iM)Kviiioii. Ml Wednesday for Sfew York. TIip riiilgititinii li'wr nil rviii'hc ! tltr colored people if Virginia. Partners .havr'trlt'il to IndllM Ml lupine , to remain, lint thoM Who Imvr uiinrc.v art' praporliuj to go Wear. Judge Ilouk' SJ'i'ut 4sjiee.e!i iu Con greil I attracting Considerable attrn liuD'i It ftas an ulih.' i-flort, anil In.' beluga Phtija Si tu Ihtim r, ui.tki it more hilereniing. J ii being wiili lv pitlllr-lil rliiwg$OUjfcAbo union, j The Southern people lire id a terrible Mir over tin- uegrotf leavtng tile rotttnt mates. 'J'Iihj- refute to treat tin' negroes );k(.iTHii;l'irrt,-in; ...

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 April 1879

7 Tlic Weekly Herald. LOCAL. liow Ja. k-onV Bail Swrrt Navy 'j'o- Wm. . . -s , v- Tb la-nt ami rlnvM st Toiub-M""" - A Moausaeart. i" llMHtatt Ml letralaiHl AJmlile Work... i-ims. : ' H'MttW1 .WW Ibi. Buttnf, 80,000 Win Kjcir t iM onler. Si itiil isr. a Co. l'rliii-, 5 ft: llot,iCi Sila, ai c. T. iunptwll'i Our vownjf iviii towpMNMi Charlie Uvllna lift n Montlav last for Han UtU mmIbh. II saWi "Mimr, I'll It'll you t Irutli ln-lii follow ' on tin MTtttr liuve pin 1 1 i k up to II cents a drink.' Till w us ssttUlucloi v ; it aas etMMgb to miike an Athsalau feel KHi! In fait 1( Is an outrode, ami it is a wonilcr that inn-!' Sam. lius will Htt MB1 with it. Will, e inlli.il to im the venerable oM man. II liaiil at work at tlio rase, when lie hai- Kranetieo, which city lie w ill nisko hi i been fi more than a half century, hm (nil oi lliv ii- a tm year iii boy, i "Atltea." Thursday lail we visited the. nnine Mill of the groat oily of (Jrceee. Ar riving tin re at 1 1. in., we at MM Ml fal...

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 April 1879

ACiKI' I I I I HE. How 10 Bhv.uk mi Home. Upon toe theory am) no truer one ex it u that like iroduot like, we mutt nnt select a sound, well-formed (ooI Halted saddle Bullion to bread from, lor, next to a thoroughbred, a well bred iaddle ttalliori i mparts lilt action to hit oolu with more cerulnty than any other kind of a horse; the mare should be at least half-bred, that It, the should be by a thorough hie 4 horee and out of a mare tironjr.1 y-bretl for her tad die qualitiet or vlee veria. I lean strong ly to the thoroughbred for all purposes, and your trotting hotse men are begin ning to ils.d out that their best and gam est racers are those who partake most ttrongly ol thoroughbred blood. In color, I would prefer a bay, or brown, or sorrel, 15 to I0J4 handt, the size depending entirely upon the weight, lie should have an Intelligent countenance carry a moderately high head, but not too high ; good, strong, but i.ot heayy shoulders, and sloping baek well; his back should be short ...

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 April 1879

n wumvi' it W. S. T 3 PTGN, KVKltr Hit K-lMV MollKINCJ, TKHMtt: one copr oae year , our copy tlx months.... Out c pi three (doliUi. M I , I 1-4 . I- .. l M to 06 Experience ban taugM as Dot to print a Ltwoapei' ob credit. VOL. IV CLEVELAND, TENN., APRIL 24, 1870. NO. 16. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Hasjular rata of advertising. II per aqusr first iiM.-rLou, aud 60 cent oacii (ubasuuau' UiaerUuu. BpscUl contracts will he made for all adver UwuieuU for four uutrUooa or over. Transient advertisement always parable quarterly in adv auoe. Marriages and obituary notiees, over on square, charged for at half reg-iuu rates. All local notices 10 cents a I n for eaoh in sertion. No notioee Inserted for lest than fifty cents. LIVE FOR SOMETHING. Live f jr h .niching, be sot idle, Ijook about thee for employ ; Sit not down in useleau .-r annus' -Lalior is the sweetest joy. Folded hands are ever weary. Hellish heart are never gar, Life for thee ha'h mauy duties Act ve bo then while ou may. Matter hloei...

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 April 1879

Weekly Herald. &FRIL 24, 1?.K 4 OtlfUffcll ! -till IgtltlHgOfW Of glsctl law-. Tin- lriiMM ilf arc tUII favoring tlirir I r-M.ii, while RtpnUfeWMi toaiin.ii, iitoir it. So athtt work bsi bttn I NaV lllc American : Thr Coontf 'inirt Cirri. Of l uii'oi county liu- w-nl Ills tmjflrt for March tv tlu uui jl lull -ft and TruMimrrr ..ill PtpsrtS listing oik fti'd r thai mouth th( Urge Miui u rive rent. It require 1 .t'if-'tit PMtl t i 'i-ihI it anil ackiinu )-lf it receipt. 'i'h' I.oiii-iaua Constitutional -oiin-I ion IIMi Monday. GOT. KkiMlll id" vie- iht'ui to do fouielhiug to keep all lb ootorad laborers fran leaving tin- stale. It' I.oum;iii:i will treat the ue HM as bttBMII OBillgl InttMd of nuir trillg them for voting their ui iuriple tliev will "lay. By the ay. w hat has bSWMM of the Hon. Huh Taylor, of the gftt dUtrkt. We h ive neither MMsd nor hcurd sny- tiling of him. ITe rstber suiptxi Bob has arpyi-d m the OOlK'UuUoU that he Is N small llrli and intends to keen bit head el...

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 April 1879

4 4 The Weekly Herald. , 0. LOCAL, KKH WAFER DM lUOa. F. I.I.KtlllsTIOV OX .41' mi- MUi. Order l Ihe IU) . Oewc Lodge w ill meet at Ilieir Hall I al I o'clock a. ri., from thence Micy ill We tilli-li Kit? following for the ; inaicli to the depot 10 meet tiiitinjf. Win-Ill of iIiom' u lio dulioi umlrrtaua1 inenihers, anil from (bract t liy Hill the law in mm li rMW. I saarch In ninusssioii to IamIl-o "room. 1. Aiiv ini-oii who t.iH- a aps , rmruUrii- from it paste, whether tllo'd tbqr will BMrrh 10 the llliaajlwl III llll llMM or nimthrr's, or I M. E. Chinch, where Ihry will have whether he bat subscribed or not is , ,lort addrtsasjs from aararal dlsttjraish mnmAbh tor .a jwrat. t(1 . Wfm k u ,lVl.r ,,.r 2. If iiM-ron order lii paper ili- .,,.. ,.,,,' iM(lniwf tba moat pajr all irreara. or I will repMt t f.N. Crow's building the MlMiabcra may continue to SbM it 1 where the pan v w ill lake rel 'rohmcni iiitil payment la mailt-, and tboj '-1 all to he liiteipei -cd wlih rn.t4.-hv lad ...

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 April 1879

A0RIC1.T!RK. KMSI II lKIC KH JIOI -t I'l.aM.- When a plant U in a bail condition, it U mialake tu apply a stimulating fer tiliser. '1'lie caii-ea of ill-liealtii arc many, Imt the most general one with thoae who hail no experience in the care of plants ia over-watering. Hants., to live, muat have water; therefore the more water the better aceiua to he the reasoning, and the consequences la starved, nearly leafless sticks in pot of mud. In the majority of cases with holding the water is the one thing needed, and with invalids a stimulating fertilizer is the one thing, of all OtMN, not needed. When plants are in a flourishing condition and making growth, the fertilizers rtiay be useful, ese:lally if the soil In the pt- was originally rather poor. Any of the fer tilizers used in the garden would an swer for plants In the house, were It not necessary to avoid unpleasant odors an 1 to consult neatness and ease ot ap plication. For hard-wooded, slow growing plants very tine bone flour ol ...

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. — 1 May 1879

ethlfi tralb, rvnuuaaar W, B. TIPTO X, IVEKT Till lis It AY UMKMNO. TIKMil Ona eopj oae rear ft oo out copy tlx inoi.Llii 1 li one copy three raoullu tfl.gle eip.ee.... iiieriMce bu uutit sot to prtnt a vol,. IV. CLEVELAND, TENN., MAY 1, 1879. NO. 17. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Etflilc raUta of adrerttatag. II par iqun finit inaerUon, aud 60 oauta each anbae aim inaoruon. Bpadal contract will U made for all adra UsemauU for four UuerUooi or ovac. Tranaieut advaruaeiuauU a) wan ptnUi quartarlj in adraooa. Marriaxraa and square, ooaxgad for i All local notioaa 10 oaota a Um (or obltuarr notioaa. or or on r at half ravur raiee. Mo notioaa InaartaJ for leea ttaa HA; THE FIRST FALL OF SNOW Tlif anow liaa beiruu in the gloauiing An I bumly all the in l t Had been heaping field and luVbway With a aileuce df p and white. 1 rv pine, an I ilr. aud hemloek, Wore enuiubtoo dear for au earl. And the oor t twig ou the elm-tree Waa ti i, . i inch deep wiih pearl. From ehedi m-w roof-d with Carrara Caui...

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. — 1 May 1879

The WeHily Hcmld, LOCAL. HI n ir vri R M I II ' ' The i Ire Hml. Oh I'riilay Itltj ISasat I i'lotk i. in., tin-nMi-uiv .Ti'it ont liou-e of ilr,. B, K. KIctclK r, ilium! tn milf- north west of Clevel.uiU, uu C'.-iiul) ' ( reek, wcr destroy! by (Ire. Tlie ttio vw ; ill ( (liicovfr?il in the op of ihe rixf, 1 la-re it had mi (lmilit been liiirnhij,' KVnaMMi the following for ,.. .,.. ... riu twu ik tlma hue dt of Umm woo do oot uiiuormiui i i . i . . "' ' i n' Iii-.ii- kihI kucv imllilnj' t lie Ihi III il II - " I. Any person wlio ts n ravps'r of it till m roor ru Altnosit ready in rogoUrlr n ii"' postiMsW, wboUu-i j f:ll l (u. ,j,.w t. flr( ,(l ,lt. iUrtodn W " "f ,MC'J ssaolw-bMiss, Bun, orrUg-ftoaM, whether fi ssrbeerlbed or not is, ropon4ble for vftFmviit. .m.i tool-i.cl. north of Uu dwelllnf j. If $ person oraor UU puiier dU-ldtotrojrlngML Ths dwelling was a ontinnoil ; bo uiitat jmy all rrj brlok ttmetnrtf woll built sad lalob I ih DublUher mar oontluue to wmi it ... .... , ... ...

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. — 1 May 1879

"Weekly Herald. MAY L MTfc JUtTft Ilouk wax in Knoxvillc List 'vi(')('tem1iiig a ft-Vi ;Jay on biiiiiitbs. I'll'- I'rctldrnt Vetecs the aruiy MM. ; The telegraph yesterday mortiing an-1 juour.cia that the President has Vetoed t ho ariuv bill a i aaaed y CV.it u-w. This wax uijH.-t.-ted by all parties, a the bill paused coulaitu-A politit-al IlliHaiirfl fur tin1 benefit of the l)'tu ocratk-arty BU'di us kt-cj.iiikf al! J'n-M leiil, . lioiu it it MMMbt will .o If. llic army l.ill linailiiuJ!)- jk-I tl..- .),,. jJ a;lj -jjryuou awir from liMMf Md i now hi tolda of tl,.- ;hr ,juh-,j.u, t)u. Demoerat- ic- jarty lull sway at ballot box stuff- i ' iof HDd fraud Morrmllr. Some of! ..o!ir-man Clnrk, of Iowa, Mefl ! the Democratic leaders have threat-, fry Hi.i.l.fiiljjin Washington Moudny, j eued to starve the (Jwtfllrt lo orntninfftKlMTlnf bMa tkk only L, ptitart vetoed that UU, twelve boors. I .. .. , ! l MM now it remains to Ma it tbey dan-; Wo niMhtrVtUld a railway mail ftganl aanrj out ...

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. — 1 May 1879

AQKICUIITKE. Caykxxe ton Poii.tby. There are two varieties of the cayenne the itnall, round one, known a "i-lierry" pep-ier, uud the longer pod ailique--i: .. : They are nearly alike, there being u slight UlfT:rence, and only in the ahupe of the H)d. When rie and full of berries the plant preenta a beautiful appearunce, interrjilnglliiK green and scarlet fruit and white bloa ums at the name time, which show a in tine contract witli the dae-grceu, glo y foliage. The plant, like all other peppert, will keep on budding, blos soming and hearing fruit until Inter rupteu by frost, and if lifted, potted and removed to the window, will pre sent a tine appearance. ThiFipecleiol pepper it found to be very beneficial for fowlf , if given in moderate quaii'.ltiea, and on account of Its purity, U to bo preferred before that kept by dealer. It ii not only preventive of disease, but promotes growth and egg-production. Acting as a tonic on the system, It keeps the birds in a healthy condition, with...

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. — 8 May 1879

rvtuMurv it W. B. T I PTO X, RVFHV Tllt'HSDAV MUIIMMI. TERMS: Off mp. 0 y-.r oue rov hix nuiilli one c-1') three muiiUu UP t .. 1 14 .. to .. U6 bperitoce hu tau.-bl a aov to print a otwhimper ol us . I i ilk. VOL. IV. CLEVELAND, TKNN., MAY 8, 1879. NO. 18. BATES OF ADVERTISING. alway pay rtttm at adr.rttalng. II per urai ins. ruuu, ma Ml ochU Mfe Mm contracts will be made for an kdver Uuuuu for four uinrtiom or otk Tranaient adrerUaoaieuU qoarvarij in aUvanoa. Marriapea and obituary notices, otvr OM quart, charged for at tiaJf ngt rata. All looml noUoe 10 oeoU a la for taeh aa artioa Ho Dotioee loeertad (or lev than ftfw I ocxitm. FAIR INDIAN SUMMER. At lt tlie toil-encumbered dare are over, Aud a r of noou are mellow a the morn, Ttie blooms are browu upon the ntied n,' i clover, And brown the silk tbat plunic tlio ripening corn. All ODud are !.--!. I of reaping and of mow The wiudn are ! ; the waters lie uncurled; Nor thistle down uor aim t in Mowing, Ho lull'd in languid iudolenc...

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. — 8 May 1879

Weekly Herald. MAT B. 1879. A. S. Colyar OMUM cut In a two l timu artfcola in ilio Nashville Hauntr Mbubix IVltnttM' creditors a 1 1 ov- rrybnrlv flu-, lb read bit aitiole one woulil think Mi ektbM dtdu'i Hi litta. - 'Hit- MMliM i'nllril fur August lib. Tlic tioveitior lias appointed Attgnsi .Vtli ami MlM mi election to?, thai day lo tttsii ratify or reject th proptwl tlon of the Legislature 10 pay M cents on tbo dollar of tba public debt, a mat many of tiie Btato'a creditor! kaM ttgnilod their willlofnaM to ao ce.pt iba proposition, and now it re ulna only for the people to ratify. Conkllng'a rooeni ipeocfa In tha Sou- i te is pronounced second to none of Webster's in hi palmiest da) 8. If wjnld MM nry iuic!i to print his eecti, but on account of Ita length WO cannot. Null Bliil Voiil. JTha act passed by tbo late blocb-head t.egislaiiire giving magistrates Jurla diction in niladoBwanor cases, was declared unconstitutional by I'"' proma Ooort ai Jackson, last Saturday. No one can 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. — 8 May 1879

The WeeUj Herald. nit l IT COOBT. A I'm. 1) WgrUMr I'rodurtloa. n U. f. Trrhlt rrWiif. LOCAL. M .M O . Wr pui.iiiii Ikf M lowing tar Uiirflt pftMM win" Ju not umkmwta 1 lie tu mull (tMi i. Any ptroi " l,:lK' ' rtftilarljr irum ihe potfHk, whs I directed In iii- nam or suotwrsi or wkttlwr in; bus sobsarllwu or Hut lj re4DOUfUlll lor payment. ::. If ttprnra order bu popor at-J routlnnad ; he must ujr " wrowfc or mtfl Mtmrvl I motto, sun loon co1 .it IM boW amount whether WW pa ver i ukoo from the oftce or not. U II... .....irla ll:ivi' llfl'ilU'll lllUt I'l'- iing to iwm Mwnmjert iitrtoUI- ujj ieavfug tbem nnoulod for I prl ma racU trbbmea of mwwtloiHU frmwl Chew JackMll'l Host Sweet Navy To- Large crowd la town tbU week at i jiii'i- court. Soiln Water all the go now at Caw anN More. Itttfl Bowi MeGliie'ii MUtlO class w 111 Rive a toniert at the Opera House to-nigtit. Itobberjr In town while oourt Is In ruMon surely It oouldn't he the grand jury that done it. The decision of the court...

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. — 8 May 1879

AGRICULTURE. I Hint i: for Pouts. "When In the belt aeaaon for cutting timber for posts, rail and boards f lioet It really wuki any difference which end of a poat ia put into the ground r I heard It said that pouts net top down will laat a great deal longer thai, when put In the other way." There U a difference of opin ion among farmers on the subject of when to fell timber. August, during the second running of the sap, 1, how ever, the aeason oftenent advocau l. es pecially for the cutting of oak, hickory and chestnut trees. A large tree felled then will seaion perfectly. Tim ber cut in winter Is mora liable to be come 8ap-rot'.c:i, and when cut in the spring, the trees being full of sap, in vite the depredations of worms. Theex periajice N trustworthy fanners goes to pro4swlhat posts set top down last longer than those butt-end down, and that small posts, say three or four inches in diameter, outlast larger ones. All posts should be well seasoned before setting. An application of ...

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. — 15 May 1879

t cehlp tjfrulb, rttumtb IT AV. S. T J PTO X, IVUT TMl HIA MllKMKa. TtRMii One eopr obi fir , oae eouv m munilu.... Our cojk- litre roooUn. Brmrini bu taught ui not U print a hoc' OB i niHL VOL. IV. CLEVKIiAM), TENX., MAY 15, 1879. NO. 19. RATES OF ADVEKTISHQ. Ranltr rU of idrt rtiatng. $1 par umi iDW-moo, UU BU MM N 1UMTUUU. BpaeUl contracta will be mad for I UtinenU for four insertions or ovat Transient advertiaemeuU always quarttrlv in advaooa. Htmii'M mrA nl.it nv .Mtl. - square, charged for at baJf regit! nm All local noUoat 10 oenU k l a tor serUoa. No doUom taMftod for ls tin tenia. "I WILL BE TROE." The fre-h (.reen fohagn trembled o'er A picture purely sweet, A blue-eyod maiden in the for. Hi r lover at Iter feet. 'Die brooklet . i.ma.i i . J Juat below. And lintened to their lore ; AjmI Mimiui r Hpread o't r (II a glow l!' ttc.t.n heavt ti above. The maiden whispered 'I will be true. Her eyes veiled bytber hair, He answered, ''By the heaven so blus I will bo true, 1 swear....

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. — 15 May 1879

Weekly -Herald. MAY 15, 1679. latetapcranve a Air.. Th wlkof mm are rtnuUr nnd Twled. "thervonvti tn.te ;it.l ftitn Ilfi more clmngeaMo (ton W sitftous of the yer. Sotus believo if the doctrine of the Uivine law, whWIi Atrial) in most pcaiUvo turun thai iriiukenneti U a grip! lt aiiJ an sct IMl crime. Our State ami mUttlctpsI laws everywhere make public drunk iieu a crime, and au indli-iable offense. TMl sanitary regulation U ouly In perfect conformity to the original Di vine law. When the world la scaned, It U a positive truth, which no sane mftu can dispute, that those who ad here to Divine law, and obey Its dic tates, are the sober, moral and reli gious. Those who hold otherwise are the opposite class. Many good men otherwise, bring themselves and fami lies to utter ruin, destitution and want, by drinking too much intoxicating liquor. This Is an undisputed fact, nd is certainly a strong aigument to how that the scriptural rule U right, and that soberness and temperance is ho bett...

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