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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 15 May 1879

The Meekly Herald. LOCAL. NklffUFAFEK DECISION. Wr publish th following for the luilrltl of thole who do UOt understand the law n dich MNi 1. Any person who takes a lPr regularly' ITOW tlie poUoftioe, whether direct! lu his name or uoUaer', or tielh r de luu suuscrtud or note ll ironlblc tor payment. If aperou order! hl paper dl-i-iii tin tied ; he must pay all arraare, or Ihr publiihen may continue lo aead it jniil payment i made, and than col h a the whole amount whether the pa r I.- taken from the oftiee or not. 3. The court have decided tint re- ulug to take newspapers and pei lotii ui from the poatofttce. or removing 4d lenvlng tlitm uncalled for U pri ma facia tvidauca of Intentionul fraud Chaw Jackson 'a Beat Sweet Navy To- nov. 2-ly. Tha Tennessee Valley Fair meet at Rhea Springs on Sep. 30th and contin IMM 4 dyi. If men cm be shot and m irdered lu Cleveland now, how will it be when ir cor oration charter eiplrrs. The concert gieu by Miss MoGhlt'l title class at the Upera Ho...

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. — 15 May 1879

AGRICULTURE. Ijxy Cows. It U a common practice among tome lialrymeu to give tlitir cowt, while dry, but acanty living' Mirii a cow ceaMi to give milk or It dried up, any feed la considered good enough for tier. 1 think this li a great mistake, and the remit U, a diminished product of milk both in quantity and quality when she doe come in There it a large draft on the system to sustain the calf while the cow is currying it, and to keep the cow in jjihxI condition feed la aa Important as when sha is giv ing milk. It Is my opinion that a dol lar's worth of food when the cow 1 dry la worth one dollar and a half's worth after she comes In. An animal, In poor condition cannot digest as much food as one 1 p. good condition. If the cow is poor when she comes in she will not digest enough of food to support the system, and at the same time to make a large quantity of milk. The practice of turning cows out on poor feed while dry, expecting to make up when they come Ir., by good feed, is a ver...

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. — 22 May 1879

muuir it Mr. 8. TI PTO N, IV MKT WVMOAT MuRMHO. TBHMK: IS " i oopr alx mouths 1 M i y ,t, three noeU W BfleOttpMe ipwH hU tMtfbt 0 BOt U print newspaper ob credit. E bi VOL. IV. CLEVELAND, TENN., MAY 22, 1879. NO. 20. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Bawnlar nt of advu-tUing, tl par iqun flrat insertion, and SO oota each inlanqiiain Imaitiuai. BoeeUl rontncte will be made for aD. aurer UhdmuU for four uiwrUou. or over. Transient advertisement always payable quarterly in advenes. Marriages and obltnu-r notice over om square, otiarged for at half rag oat rates. All local notice. 10 oenU a line for eaoh uv serUou No notices inserted for leaa than fifty KILLS r 80N88. Tbeu the eong'a gone out of yoor Ufa, ltiat you thought would laat lo the eud; That flr.l eet ouk of tbe beart, 1 1 1 .1.1 uo after daya can lend The oug of tbe bird, to ibe tree. Tue .ong of tbe wind to tbe flower. Tbe eouu. tbat ILe beatt iug low to itaelf . S ben it wakee iu tbe morning hour. You can e'art no other song, Not een a...

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. — 22 May 1879

Weekly Herald. tMM lit It VKIO MAi 2.', l7ii. The pi Ire of IfcMMMt bofidl have AVMMMl 9 rent lately. 1'ruV llv the lnljn think Mm MM propMttioN wll j ICCtftwI. They lial U-tter not OfWII thtir 1-hii keii.s before I hey ItaUli. The etc. tlon in the Mlllerfbjtrg Ky.. iHalriti lm- not liulieate :i IVinueratic tuMiin In that teitiun. The tUstriel iiiiill rfVM :i Pf OCflUp nKijuiIty of from 5, lift I to 7,000. On Tiu-mJ:i Hhi DwnocrtUc ca ml Mute for fjfAfD, hula majority of only l,HrJ, .while Hull, Itejiu lilicim , earried four eotin lie." nsn.dlv heinocratie. There is more of tlie Con federate unity in COOgNM than there ever waif of the I'nited Slate army at the poll. The people are not so uuew-'.V about the latter ax alujiil the former, and they like the veto, and like it better the wore they think about it. The Selina (Ala.) times enunciate.-' thin as a prlnelple of lvinu .ratio ac tion in that State: "Stop educating the Child rM of fathers who are opposed to DfOMOIMy witho'it cause...

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. — 22 May 1879

The Weekly Herald, LOCAL. NKH M'API i" WIOK. NTs iwUMi the follfWtng for Hie Vnrllt oCthOH Wkt il" ' imilui itand llif law in null I'ttfK. I. Any Sertoli who taU- R paper regularly 'rem tin- potoa, whether UrNtmlin lii- nam auother'e, or wiiciiu r hi iciii .auhacrUwd ur BWt il rMpmifllUa for Bayttaeut. . Il n mi-koii unliTM Ma papor lln (.'otit ititi-r1 ; he BMUN pay all ai rcarf, or xUv publMirri' may continue to MM it MtU payment i made, ami then col lect the whole amount h hetber the pa er If taken frnid llic oflce or not. :i. The ennrtl have decided that le Hinj; to take new BUMMM ami periotli .Ih from the pcwtofllce. or removing jud leaving them lineallecl for Id pri tuii facie evidence of intentional fraud Chew JeckMUl'l llcsl Sweet Navy To bacco. Nov. "js-i v. Mr. J. II. lYalgmUe, who ll.U Iteen Lat tor Kreral moiitha, returned home ettertla.t innrnlnaj, mm Tlie wheat erop i- looking uncom mon ly promising. The recent rains' hint done it good, while it has he'ped young ram kl...

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. — 22 May 1879

11 i AORICL'LTUKK. Common St.vnt in Dkivi.no. Mutt uien over-drive. They attempt too much; and in so doing, distract or hamper the horse Now and then you And a horse with aui'h a vicious gait that bit apeed it got from him by the most artltkixl processes, but such hor ses are fortunately rare, and hence the style of management required cannot become general. The true way la to let the horse drive himself, the driver doing little but directing him, and giving him that confidence which a horse alone gets in himself when lie feels that a guide and friend is back of him. The most vicious and inezcusa b'e style ol driving is that which so many drivers adopt, viz wrapping the lines around either hand, and pulling the horse backward with all their might and main, so that the herse, in point of fact, pulls the weight back of him with hi- muutli, and not With his breast and shoulders. This they do under the impression that such a dead pull is needed in order to "steady'' the horse. Tall meth...

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. — 29 May 1879

ffc f "ill. muiiic tT W. 8. TIPTOX, rrT rai'iu&AY mousimo. Tlftafti om eopr Mt year.. m Ou eopj Mx month 1 Om eofar Uitm inoiiUm M ha tear lit oa do te Brtut a en credit. mf 4 x. yr i VOL. IV. CLEVELAND, TENN.. MAY 29. 1879. NO. 21. BATES OF ADVERTISING. Bam) ritM of adrerttdng, 1 par (qui fln.1 iw.rt uu, and to cant each uneiuti IMM ft BpecUl contract will be mad for all tdrar rlaameuta for four matrtiona or orer. Tranaiaat adTartiaercaiita always pajkbia quarterly in adtanoa, Marriaeea and obituary notloea, or or OM aquaxa, ebargad for at half regajn rataa. All local notice 10 oaala a l.oa for aaoh la- Mo notloe ioaartad for laaa than fifty THE OLD BAM. Bicaety, old aod crai;, Bbluglel, lacking aoma doom, Bad in the upper 11017, Wanting board in the flooia, Uaatnit lining thick with cobwaba, Itidgepole yellow aud gray. Hanging in helpleea lunooenoe Orer the rnowa of hay. How the winda turned around U Win i of a atorniy day Hoatttsriug the fragrant hay eed. VYh.ekiuif the itraw...

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. — 29 May 1879

Weekly Snail MAY 20, 1ST!'. A hum !tM-r in Kentucky blasts of -j n maclatv editor "wlm lm no c out- ; alJc Hi.- lunatic u-v linn.'' J'il.lt.li and Uiabiib KWM SJSjk mi lassrtl)g iWm tar 1M9. VtAtifliik eottld furtilt.li Im dignity MM benMV. while MMJ OMdl MM tin mi'' !""' the brain-. "mun .M. !.nirrrrui ;. 1 Diuali' ami m-i-iiloii, and WWpUl .li.for tfffdiJ . lua'tiiiuli a you fall- n ri'laUoJJ g the MHM It! filler, rd in I on hand it tiie i-i-tte of our SiipstttitHi from County UMfilntSS)d NbMl, I will drop ou a f. w 11 ).. rtilJ and resetter, lltroufhoiil each aud on that 47 tfc crowel befall to r. Iju.-n-d that all friend of the eau five. There tint ilai acquitted will u rMniet effort tin ui ike tlSSJIS.WS iMly. which ahowed how annual lntUi.tes eUl.-iPut uieaiis oi ! ..1 .i . anil I I ' I t ' '. IIJ Mil StJMSSJt m, Wl MB Been during the i w (0 m;V ae,(l hercal'ur, a eiun, ai their teacher. On lue.iluv hcci: lu III" pa-t. the more a Ivancv l classes were exam I l.i Titot:('Ai.r, ...

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. — 29 May 1879

V The frUl Hernld. LOCAL. Mta publl-U UN MMrfcfj ' r ii-Iwn-rtt of tk0m v. bo tio rantofWMHi 1 ttr ltw in NMI ' Wf I AnvfW tiiU paper! i f Mibrl v rtvi Nfc ywlagW. lii tlier j UlrVtfMl M Mi WMM r MMWr'tf or, li i lift ml.-, ilbi"' ur nul li rMKtulMe (W jMjriMttC j I, If CHOW OHM WW PB1" r ""-I ihc publi'iiT- intj mnttliiTM1 wl it mi ilie'wli4.- amount whether tin ..or i- t kt trimi the ollltv or lio. 3. The eoart &Mai tbat r--ilu in titko qvpfieivlHl jieHodl sU froili the poetolltoe or rcmuxing jjd leaving iIi- iji named lor i iri-; iu feck eViueuce of Intentional, i ratal 1 . ' " - -" - --" 1 ticw JackMMi'i Be Sweet Savjr IV mvo, Nov. w4jr. The bei nnd cheapest Tomb-towef. MoinsmenK In tlie State at t Uelutl it-irMe WorLc. -' 13-lut. Atlentlon U oitlleil to On ailverllw nieut of Bolton .v Dooftaae, to be (bund In this Nniie. I'.lll Kerr e:tt so ninny ihh lust Friday that lie look like a Mr; "iuihI cat." lllll iliHt tin ar- growing "" ,lllu' r. . Hf, adftt, of Jam' county, will ...

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. — 29 May 1879

) AUKIt'UliTURK. GK4hsK Whu h Ark thk Best. Prof. Collyer, the chemltt employed bv the Uoveriiineut for the Iepat tniem ol Agriculture, Is engaged with bit as tiiunu In milking analysis of tsHuus kinds of grasses from various part of the country. The object of these In vestigations li to ascertain which among 1,000 varieties of American grasses contain the greatest amount of uu'.rltive substance. If the work shouUl prove successful, definite and strictly reliable results obtained, Ir Mill be In I lie power of every farmer to scientifically and successfully adjust his grasses to his actual needs. This is a new work, and lu results will be looked for with interest. Up to this time none of the analyses have been perfected. The grasses now under In vestigation are twelve varieties of na tive Kansas grass. The grasses are first burned in order to reduce them to a mineral state, and these inorganic re mains are then resolved into elementa ry bodies, which are weighed and meas ured, and th...

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 June 1879

f $fcf Qefhlrj eralb, muniiD it W. S. TIPTOX, IVUr THl'HMHV Mol X0. TIHMS: Oat cop j OM Tr One cupf i months H,p: Dm soot UrM rnuuibi M kH tuurtit at not to print on credlL RATES OF ADVERTISING. VOL. IV. CLEVELAND, TKNX., JUNE 5. NO. -2-2. Rtfrulsr rt of id retiring. (1 per iqun flnt nm rt..ju. and CO ccutl Mch tubejuu UiMjriioti. Brechl roritrvta will he tnada tot d sdvsr UwucuU for four uutrtioua or otsr. Trni:nt sdTertiscmenU (J win pcnbU qiurUrl; in kItsooo. Mrnpe md obituary rjotioes, orur oh quire, charged for t tieif rgur raise All local notice 10 osoU l.ne for Moh la ter tiort No notioee Irmtied I oeuie. for leee than fifty THE OLD CdUPLL They Ml lo tbe un together, 1 ,11 tbe dy wia almost done. And then, at H. cloee, so u ... Stepped orer the threehold sloos. lie folded their baud together. He touched their eyelid with balni . And their t breath fl ited upward lake tlie clone of a nolemii iwalui. Like a bridal party they trarerae The i mystical road rhat Jeada o the Ix-auti...

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 June 1879

Weekly Herald. JUNE 5. 1879. of this bill kt bM MfM "1 OR tc t-nvn iiiimUrrs nlwiit two liuiiil.c l hi-r fear I am vcarylii,' par p.iti. m e jgrouiiij that thfcleiiloii of ineuibeisf.f hiiliitauts, a feplcudiJ court liouae, a j "Oiufwhat, I w ill an.l wrfgtl I OMgreaa U matter mbek concerns K00 j allj HuUtunHal i.iil v iili lour in-' '"" Hum . Acorttf My l.t wish- I Hie Slat- iilouo; that these ejection mates it it et proieti! -Iiuuld be controlled mu lively by j factory, that I nni out on an average the State; th.it there caH be no such laboul two thousand Urdu, with nniioint uk national .Kv!!o;is, and that S.-m-fi li in. r, ).i oft Hie The President baa shj oed ihe ronta. tbe existing Uw of the United States, church, all deooaelaatlooa um It and Kloiia disease bill, lor w hich let the j regarding t.Viigrr;loil elections, is ; hlnjj nearly evev tsuaety. A whole SuuhVoico. without warrant in the Constitution, i thriving Suml.iv MmoI with. J. P" lit rami quoted t!: C -institution loV...

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 June 1879

The Wecklj Herald. LOCAL. M.W 1 TMM DBCIBIOJI. W e tmbtkth the following for the btuvflt ! iboaa w l.o do not imJt.rs: mil tin law hi such rafH I, Any prrtM vMO t::Us paper regular!? (ron Um iieitottice, wbetlier directed In Ms name r another's, or whether be fctt subscribed or nui i reepuuslbts tot payment. 2. If ftMrMuonlen'bhi paper, sis uoutlnned ; M "H"' psy :l" saTnars. sr III publisher y fonliin'.o to SMS it jati) peynnent 1 made, and then ool-'i'.-i the whole union 1. 1 whether th ju vM i taken irom the office w "t. ;i. The eourts here decided that re ulM to take newspapers period! .i irom the postottleo, or removing ..nil lent ing tlirni uncalled for In prl uju facie evidence of intentional I rami i hew .lackM-u'ii Bet Sjwcel Ntivj i Vuc-o. Nov.lwjr. jjgWIliS MACHINE NEEDLES. lldCblM Needles and Oils at U-menl's tvc. Poaehea from the Southern market art btlng shipped North. 1 his section was visited hy a BOflSid enible Sprluklo Monday Welting the giouuJ ubout teven incbte. ...

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 June 1879

AUKlUUl.TCKE. U'akxixo to Farmers. There it a act oi Htvinillert whose operation! are eiprr Lilly directed toward tanner. It It no reflection uoou the Intelligence of farmer that tills it to. These rat caU know tli it all kinds of fitli are uot U he faiijeht with one bait; hence they operate upon clcrjjjruien, doctor-, iner-ciiant- and larnin-, each in a different manner. It It ate to predict that there Is a ncv -i t of traps ready this spring to catch farmers. Of late years the "agency" dodge has been played tnc ceot'ully, and it has already beeu start ed thus early in the season. These swindler" are all after one pattern. A glih toogUfld chap, No. 1. wishes to es t ibllth an "agency" tor some criiikuin. It may Im a stuiup-piiller, a machine for grinding the knives of mowing ma chines, it may lie a churn power, or a spring lied. Whatever it Is, chap No. 1, somehow, or In some way, contrives to get the signature of the farmer. Here is where the trouble begins. We have cautioned and ...

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 June 1879

grje $tfulg fralb, W. 8. TIPTOX, IVUI lllll:-D.O Mi. -10' 1'CKkf l S3Ei3SSE:::E,!S fttigleiop.aa tiTwi.oee ba taught u not la prist ft rtpapur ua crrdiL VOL. IV. CLEVELAND, TENN., JUNE !2. 1S79. NO. 23. RATES OF ADVERTISING. (Uvular ntt of dr. rtiatng. (1 pr aqoara Aral it.uu. and SO ctuu aach .ubaepxt UlXlUulL BpecUl contract. iH be made for til adr- UMmeiiU for four nut rt.mu or one. 1r.rui.Dt advartiaamaoU always parahU quarterly in Mlr.no. Mamacea tnd obituary notiwa, or or om aquara, charged for at half regular raiaa. All local notice. 10 oanW ft Lm for moo ib- seitioo. No notieaa uiMrtod for lcaa than fifty 06!. RAIN' ON THE ROOF. S,U fa. I. HtlM(h the gathering Iwlhgbl iiie tain fuiui the dnpiing .are.. Ail -'itm. with a Iremulou. rii.tie ltte lb i 1 and ih dying leavea, Whllb ftf.r in tba m ) t of the mm- I ber Ilia t voioer of bells. Coma borne nu die iiiJ of tlia autumn. :ut liifully unit and awe 1. "SUey cal and lhy a awer each oilier, n I an-wer an, I win . if ftflttai A...

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 June 1879

Weekly Herald. JI NK I& 79. Ain't It funny- lrolf brigade of ConlV(l rule OWMNk in Congress NMl injure tin IV -i.'.rn.V UicWUuiC. Strang, but true. Kiim liye-shaui lieu Hani mi J a sjhmvIi III the Senate MuuJuy. li It poIMe that Bailey t-an mniiorlM lii nttch while tin' King can not f Mr. I pMni, it DcMOcnUio Cougicw fiun from Texas, declares llitflmk hune" U not w lint the Democrats in Cotigreif nceJ. lie says what they need lr tiruiua. Cleveland As a Health Point. SOMKTIII.IG IMt:iHlIV. I ; I UE PIUMC TO HVOW stable- ot Cleveland. Then why not come lot Liu Eldorado and i -i ! the liecttd U-rru and avctd steEness, epi. demies uud death and at the aiuie : time spend a Lrii.v IWHOB on a tKnlt eheaper than can lo found el.c-tYbcre in the South ! Conn! The Ohio lit ecu hue Iters had ageneral tow In their Convention one fuetinu leaving the hall. Qtt, I'lsu was nom inated for Governor. TUv bolters will alio put out a eanuMate in u few day. The trovnsille " Democrat" Is In hut water a...

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. — 12 June 1879

t TnVpckly Herald. LOCAL. HfirarBR oecisiox. We piyUli the following for tlie 'itflt Jhoe who do not tuiilcretai..! "' Uwa tui-b cae. i. .AV person who Ukes a papsf 'fguUrf from the poatotlce, whether j u""cf"iu bit naui- or auothir , or " heUiof lie h utmribed or not is ,epriulbli: lor payment. . If a person order hii paper dis continued; he uiut pay all arrears, or the puhlhlar may continue to m ini it until payment is made, and then col lect the whole amount whether the pa Kr Is taken from (lie ofiii c or not. 3. The coiuU have deifdA that re mint to take ewipapen mi periodi Mlftiomthe pWonloe, or removing iiad lthvihg them uncalled for i i pri ma facie evidence of Intentional fraud Chew Jackaon't Beat Sweet Navy To bacco. KoT.W-ly. The bent and cheapen Tomh-Stoma d. Monument la the State at Cleveland Marble Work. 8-l3-4m. Wamteu 5000 Second Barrels. Apply to S. S. 0 South Pittsburg, Ml June 6, 8t. - - - The Memphis papera poa that tberc la any yellow re Mr. Mr. I). D. Shipley, o...

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. — 12 June 1879

AOKlCUi.TDKK. Kickixo Cow s. It uut unftecUenily happen ilia, the very best iniiki-r In the 1 1 i : - herd U tent to ibe butcher u account of her vicious kicking, or BbV eauy stepping about while being milk ed , Owner flud luch animals too troublesome, and lu despair ot curing the auiipalii, prefer to get rid of them. Some heifer are Raid to inherit the habit, but it itoftcner acquired through the bud treatment received at the hand of their oare-takern. Prevention In this case l much better than cure and a heifer Hhould be accustomed to being handled long before having her first calf, and -n- Inlly just before that vent. Pet a itnais have no such fault, and the law of kiiiliie is never nmre productive of good results than in the case ol milk cows. A rotiuli, brutal man should never be employed in the u-are of dairy stock. Hut, supposing the habit be formed, how can It be cur ed? A Vermont ' orrespondi-nt of the Xew York Tribune recommends buck ling a sursiugle tight about the body j...

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. — 19 June 1879

r INDEPEN DENT IN ALL THINGS; RESPONSIBLE FOR NOTHING. VOL. IVT ( LKVKLAM). Tl-XX.. ,ITM: lit, ls7. X024T He tUrrkln fyxatt, i rBI.KHCIi II W. S. TIPTON, EVKIlY TUrMDAT MOBXIIO. TKIIWMl Ono co;y on year (2 00 One copy ktx month 1 00 Oae copy three mouths b" Single Copies 06 Tzperlenee ha Unght is not to print a L'ewipir on cridit. The Little Woman. Don't Ulk to me of Olympus' maids, 'Divinity tail and fair' Of Cleopatra's imperial form, Or Juno'i stately air. Thoee mighty dimw, with redoubted names, May erst havo held their sway ; Tis tho l.'.tk) woman bleai her heart ! Who rulos tho world to-day. With her wfllfol, winKine wayi, Her artful, artlets smiles Her airy grace, and her fairy face tier witdem, nit and wile, She taocki the pride and che swayi the strength, She ber.eli the will of man, An only snoh a desrotio elf A little woman oaii. Though her pathway may lead thro' the darkest ways. She always finSa a light ; Ihongh her eyes he dazzled by fortune's rays, She's sure to Bee a...

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. — 19 June 1879

Weekly Herald. JUNE In. 1879. W.1 Hampton ssys be ants no uiiiUh u man on tli KKl imiioiial li-1 1 1 1 ii ' i ii l it lit Lhl. sue is Illll III ia- ' 1 .11 I . . . 1 . .1 . . Use New York Cawm.wa sstvscstc lb rliarliix of it nioiU iuu- lee fur e;its Mtl-liTirch door, IiisUisU of iUe taking uiof s collection. It sws very lillle dnrtwot bstwesii Uo tw ctsstosns and the former more maul; smi w- rmlent. iigfUranl Im written to I Irifiid in liiiirtoti that auvovulloii given him tfMMtpra iJ America, with ajiollti- MlldWHM will he ntf dMnaiMW . The General ivlileiitiy Jon t to cuter into politic again. iMeuiithiA vaLinclie su -1 fc anxiety of OonfrWMMn to fay from Willing ton it a tame loui pared with tb piddle aiixl Vi lttj sutijeet. When Congress Ion Ihe peace unci geiieini wei- I tlie OSUUtfJ are in wmmiii ii- ! a change moil cum en in Lit duct. the time is not far c. when Congressmen will be ran- our dangerou-. CMSSSS. sJCrat ssked i "i syMsnes ot JGtlstn of hi- party, will refer to th...

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