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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 January 1874

Herald .and Tribune! PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY At. IS. Mahonby. Rates of Subscription J Mnle oopy, ono year, 9 1,50 I'ivo or more copies, oue year, each, 1,23 Ten or incro copies, one year, each, 1.00 Fr 11 cl,lu f Ten, at each,wo will send oris extra copy free for one year, to the gotter up of the club. tSJ iue lavonte JU.Om KemedV . tMnttn ingie purtirie of mkrcubt, or any in- ununa imiierui uuauinu( UHl la I Pnrlir VfltoMo . tatMna. thois (tontliara Iloota nl Hot.. - -J vmuiv, i wuionuii nmn j-roviuaiii! imapiuccu la conn- I n.-i whero L.wr diiuhmh mont Drenui. v r eawu Dtrangtmtnl .e j,icrr tiwi itvwmtt, i Slmranns T.ivor T.oiil!ifr y- I iueaiCine, .11.!. " I ! eminently Family Medlcina; nnrt hy being l.miI ni;idv for linmiMllillti ronort will Mir niinv I Jwuitorrbuu.1' aaJ mny,adonar in t"'"' Aiiurovur tony xar triniituitm i-wiving irum ir(nie of Ui highest chutHi'ivr and ru-1 blUii.ll.lhl.V. Knilnfllll tlhvlrlil.ltf nnmn I It nil 111 uuuiiiiimru KBiiiuuilllilB lO IIH VII .1108 I Miu...

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. — 29 January 1874

j&AY, JANUARY 29 1871.; : We are pleased to notice at this late date that the Bristol News man Las be come the fricni of President Grant. Tie Bristol A'etcs in speaking of Judge Gillonwatere, says ; ..'.MVe never heard of a J udge who fnilod to resign when ho be came a candidate" If Mr.' Fowlsr in tended to state facts, bis memory Is no doubt failing him, ' since be has turned radical. He Was once better posted. , The Middle and WeBt Tennessee DemO". cratic papors, secui'verj anxious for Andy Johnson to make the race for Congress in this district.. The truth is they are ufraid Andy will le in the way of seme of their "big men'' who want to run for a .higher office, The papers ovt the moun tain need not be surprised when they hear the news this Spring that Mr. Johnson is prepared for a vigorous campaign ever the State. Ho will no doubt make the Bourbons wish they had courted bis favors instead of bidding him defiance. The coming canvass will no doubt be warmly contested by the as...

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. — 29 January 1874

iuxM ami , Srilmnc. THURSDAY, JANUARY 29, 1874. Special Notices. A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN; ' Jnst Published In a Scaled Envelope, 1 , Price, 0 cents, . :.4 .- 'A 7-octure on tho Nature, Treatment nud Itadlcal euro of rtw-rmatorrha'ii. or jseiuinal Weakness, ". luvolnntsry Emis sions, ru-xnui iciinry, una impediments to Marrlago.genorully; Nervousness, con- munpMon, upuepsy, aim intsj Mental und Thyslcal Incapacity, resulting from .Self Abuse, &c By KOUKKT J. CLL- VKU WELL, J4, D.,Autliorof the "Green HOOK, ctC. f- ii f. . , i ( ,.;i T world-renowned author. In thin ad inirablo Lecture, clearly wroves from tils own lexperience tint this awful ' conms- ipwncesof hcll-Abuso may be effectually removed without medicines, and without dangerous surgical operations, bough s, Instrument, rings or cordials, pointing out a modoofeuro at once curtain and etlcctnal by which every sufferer, no mut ter what hla condition may bo, may cum iiimsolf chottolv.-nrtvatelv und rudfeulU-. This Lcctnro wi...

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 January 1874

M Heutli. Enjr ll4u! ultrr the ,aiiK t, f;K, January 20. A dispatch vlinionJ says a dispatch from .ddoro', N. C give the announce ment of the suJdon death of the Sianicso twins on Saturday morning last, at their vebidence, at Mount Airy, Surry county, N. C. There are no details, further than the fact that Chang waa paralyzed last fall, sinco whioh timo he Las boon fretful, very much debilitated, and strongly ad dicted to drinking liquor as a means of alleviating hia suffering. Ha had been quito feolle for several days indeed, 60 much so as to confino both brothers to their bed, but his illness was not o great as to cause any anticipation of tho catas trophe that was to follow. On Friday night they retired to bod as usual, but duriug the night Chang bci camo worse, and expired suddenly about 4 o'clock Saturday morning. As soon as it was disoovered ho was dead, Eng bes came bo terribly bhocked that he raved wildly, and for a while at times exhibit-, inp si.ns of gieat mental aberratio...

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 February 1874

Herald and Tribune. I'UDLISHKD WEEKLY BY M. S. Mahonoy. Rates of Subscription i Single oopy, ono year, $ 1,50 Five or more copies, one year, each, 1,23 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 jjjy For a club of Ten, at $1,23 eaeh,we Vill n'lul ftiw extra copy free for one year, to tho getter up f the club. ATTORNEYS. JAMES O. DKADKKICK, Attoknky at Law and solicitor in Ciian vkhy, Jonesboro', Tenn. Oftlce in Virisham & Lampson'g New Building, I'p Stairs, No, 2. (7lmar2:i. S.I. KIKKl'ATKICK, Attorney at . LAW, .lonesboro', Tenn. Olllee in Urlslinm fc I.nmpsoii'8 New Jluililliifr, Up ticairs, No. 7. Mailed. A J. BROWN, Attorney at Law i AND COLLKCTIXO AtllCNT, JoncS- Itoro', Tenn. I'iiomi'T attention given lo collections in Kant Tennessee, mill Southwestern Va. H!)au;;2i J. B. K LIN. It. L. lll.AIK McLIN & BLAIR, Attohnkys at Law and CoLi.KcrtNU Aoknts, .lonesboro', Tenn. cMiojii'T attention given to all business riitrustvil to us throughout the. counties c tmprlslug Upper Ea...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 February 1874

'$mM ami Erilmuc. C Wheeler, Fl(ITnq M. S. Mahouey, j Lditoks- TIIUHSDAY, FKBUUAUY fi. 171, A COIIRFXTION. Two articles appeared in tlio Weekly Spy, published at Morristown, last week for which one of the Editors of this pa per would soem to le responsibly one with referenco to Dr. Cobleigh, of the Methxlst Advocate, and the other headed "Jonesboro' Notes." Both these articles wore borrowed in typo from tho JJolston Methodist by the fotcman of tho Spy office without the knowledge of the KdN tor, and tho character of tho articles was not discovered until too late to prevent their publication. It is duo tho editor of tho Spy to say that ho does not in any degrco endorse tho said articles and would not have ad mitted thorn had they come to his notice in time to provent yr.blication. Tilt! COMI.NU CONTEST. The people of Tennefsee have had one year of quiet and reposo from the cxcite- mcnt ond turmoil of political warfare which alwajs precedes a general election. One yar in which to purs...

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 February 1874

MttM and Subline, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY o5 1874. Special Notices. A LECTURE nffl TO YOUNG MEN. Just Published in a Healod Envelope. Price, G cents. A lecture on tho Nature, Treatment gml Radical cure of SpcriuatorrlHru, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emis sions, Si-xual Debility, and Impediments lo Marriage generally; Nervousness, con Mimp'lon ripllepsy, and Fits; Mental mil Physical Incapacity, resulting from b,.fAljw,Ac.-liy KOIiKKT J. CUL VER WELL, M. D., Author of the "Green Hook," &c. The world-renowned author, In this nd mirable Lecture, clearly prove from his own experience that tho awlul conse tiUKiices of Sell-Abuse may be effectually removed without medicines, and without dangerous surgical operations, bougies, instrument, rings or cordials, pointing but a mode of cure at once certain and hllectual by which every aufiercr, no mat ter vvlmt his condition may be, may cute himself cheaply, privately and radically. This Lecture will prove a Loon to thousand and thousands. '...

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 February 1874

Ta Iters nml Director Meeting. On Tuesday lart a number of the tcach era and directors met at UlountviL. Superintendent Anderson called the house to ordor and proceeded to business. He first rend a report of what was done at the Superintendent' meeting at Ntumvillo, nd tlion gave a brief history of tho schools. Ho stated that tho teachers were alive to their duty, and were, with one or two exceptions, giving entire satis-, faction. IJe also stated that in sotno in stances ho might have crred.but he hoped they would attribute that to his ignorance, for it was almost impossible for a man to tell what kind of a teacher a person was going to make by a few hours examina tion. Several questions wore also pro pounded as regard to tho amount of pub lic fund?, Ac, after which, on motion of S. Cuttiifelit, tho meeting agreed to orga. iiizo a Teachers' Institute. The Super intendeiit, Mr. Anderson, then called S. Cnrtriglit to tho chair for the purpose of organizing. On motion Mr. A. J. Cox, w...

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 February 1874

in.. .. 1 1 3 Herald and Tribune. i . - - ri'BLIIID WEEKLY BT S. Alahoney. Bates cf Subscription J single copy, on yer '50 Ysx or more copies, one year, each, ' 1,25 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 For a club of Ten, at 11,13 each,we ill icoil one extra copy free for one ve;ir, to the getter up of the club", -a ATTORNEYS. riUEH DEADE1UCK, ATTORNEY .1 AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN ClIAX ;,Rv Jonesboro', Tenn. Office In rui.im & Lampsou's New Building, mmarza. Vi Stair, Noi!. n.J KIKKPATHICK, ATTORNEY AT h. LAW, .Jonesboro', Tenn. Office in (iridium & Lampson'g New Building, Up stairs, No. 7. Iaug20. i J. 15 ROW'S, ATTORNEY AT LAW A, asi Collecting Agent, Jones b.ro Tenn' l'ROMPT attention given to collections In East Tennessee, and wuiliwostcrn Va. lOOaiitfJG j.B.ULIN. H.L.BLAlK MCLIN & BLAIR, ATTORNEYS AT Law and collecting Agents, Jonpsboro', Tenn. romi'T attention riven to all business entrusted to v. throughout the counties omprlslujr I pper Kast Tennessee. l70octL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 February 1874

Herald and Tribune. C "Wheeler, M. S. Mahoney, , Kditoiw. THURSDAY, FKBRUAUV !2 1874 AIIE TOII SI.AVI. m rt. YOU FllEE.II.EX ! How auy man, and especially a voter, can look upon the gymnastics of tlie cou tost, now opening iu this Congressional District, from tie stand-point of indiffer ential neutrality, is surprising to us. The issue may not be so uiuvh a difference of political principle, lut it is tlio end of the struggle that must be looked to for bene eiul or injurious results. The standard of political worth and probity must bo elevated to its ancient high position, or it will be lowered even below its proscnt disgraceful and infamous level. It is to be detcrtniued whether an oflico shall be niado a perpetual possession in fet simple and held in spite . of all the reprcachc? ond dishonor its occupant may bring npon it, or the salutary and republican princi ple of rotation in office bo established, and aspirants bo advanced, trusted and honored only according to their merit?, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 February 1874

srf0-1 Notices. j mi A I.F.nTTTRE Tf vnirvn MKY y y IJ V V W JuhI 1'ublUhod In a Sealed Envelpe.. Pricti C cenM. . - A lecture on tlui ) attire,, isreatment mid lUdleal euro of. 8periatorrhu;a, or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary Emis- ... ..vii.i1 lli.litlltv. Anil Imiu'flinimita y uu a, k i J L, vi u i i.",AmJtPi'.of tJip ''Greta Tlif worlil-renownetlimitlior, tn this al mirable Lecture, clearly proves from hid own cxperienco that tlw awtul eonse tiumetfS of Sell-Abuse nwy bo en'uetunlly removed w Ithont mcdicinei, and without (juiiwtirous surgical operations, bougie, Instruments, rings tut cordials, pointing out a inodo of cure at once certain and efl'ectual bv which evry mitt'ercr, no mat ttr what his condition, may be, may cure himself cheaply, privately nnd radically. This Lecture will prove a Boon to thousands and thousands. J Sent under seal, to any address, In a plain sealed envelope,, on the recoipt of nix cent, or two pustago Htainps. Ad drew the Publishers,. C1IAS.J. C KLIN...

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. — 12 February 1874

EDUCATIONAL. BY II . PRESNEI.L. ' 1 Tbiir U within trt ry man a divl idnal, th ) P afiar which ha wai created, the germ o perfect poron, and it 1. the oliic of duuatio furor and direct thmie'frmi.: Kkt. l'recrrdlngs f th Teacher In stltnr. The second annual session of the Wash ington County Teachers' Institute, was convened in College Hall, Jonesboro', Tennesssee, on Monday.Dec,' 22ad, 1873, at 9.30 A. M. II. Presnell, County Superintendent called tie meoting to order, and an nounced that its exercises would be con ducteJ in accordance with the printed programme. Appropriate and devotional exercises were conducted bj Rev. D. A. Thomp BOD. On call 52 teachers from the public schools answered to their names, and a number ef School Directors, and active friends of tjie public schools enrolled their names. The Preni lent appointed Prof. W.G. Lenoir and Mrs. E. E. Johnson, critictj Committee on prrgrammj.Profs. Dungan, Pence and Lenoir. Executive commit tee, Dr. M. Nead, Profs. Cox and P...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 February 1874

Herald and Tribune. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT S. Alahoney. Rates of Subscription t Single oopy, one year.. 9 1,60 Five or more COpleSj One year, each, 1,23 'fen or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 For a club of Ten, at $1,23 cach,we WU1 fend one extra copy free for ono year, to the getter up f the club. -js. Attorneysi TAMES O. DEADEH1CK, ATTORNEY ) AT I'JV t SOLICITOR IN ('HAir.- raiY, Jonesboro', Tenn. Olllcc In (iri.iham & Lampson's New Building l Stairs, No, 2. 7lmar23. .1. KIUKFATU1CK, ATTORNEY AT 1 i t T .. - 1 . I r il . , . . . I , A W . .1 Illll.Klllini' I run. I ITTlfl 111 (iriaham & Lamnaon's NewBuildin?. lTn tairs, No. 7. G9aug20. 4 J. BHOWN, Attorney at Law J. AND C0LLKUTIK6 AGENT, JotieS boro', Tenn. 1'kompT attention given o collections in East Tennessee, and .Southwestern Va. OOaugStt J. 1). U LIN. K. Ii. BLAIR McLlS & BLAIR, Attorneys at Law and Collecting Agents, Jonesboro', Tenn. t'ROMHT attention given to all business entrusted to us throughout the countie...

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. — 19 February 1874

Ileraid and Tribune. C Wheeler, . . M. a. Mahoney, Editors. TIIUHSDAY, FEBRUARY 19 1874 WHAT WE HAVE TO EN COURAGE 18. TLo daily reception of letters, from different parts of the Congressional Dis trict, affords accumulating evidences that the choice of a large Republican majority will fall upon Judge Qillenwaters. They hold his patriotic counsellings and firm and uushaken cobosion to the Union, in tha dire days of the war, in grateful re membrance. His devoted Unionism stood the test of the fiery ordeal, when the hearts of a. vast majority of Union men grew faint with despair and were palcieJ with the four of a failuio of the National arms. Making tho last loyal speech de livered in this sect km in '61, in Sullivan county, and sujpletncntiiig it with the first Republican speech after the war at Rogorsville, in unswer to Col. Netherland, establishes the deep fervor and bold sin cerity of his lnjalty and Republicanism, and endears him, by tics of confidence aud esteem, to the great m...

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. — 19 February 1874

Special Notices. A LECTURE TO YOUNG MEN. Jual Published la a Sealed Envelope. Price, 6 cents. r.erture on the Nature, Treatment and liadlciil euro of Spermatorrhea, Or Seminal Weakness, Involuutsry Emis p;0,i.s, Sexual Debility, and Impedimenta 10 Mari'lair generally; Nervousness, con Mimp'011' Kpllepoy, and Fits; -A'eutnl .ml Physical Incapacity, resulting from slYf Vb'use, Ac.-By ROBERT J. CUL YKKWKLL, M. D.,Amhorof the "Green ljm.k," ic. 'I lie woilil-rfiiiownod lutlior, In this ad mirable. Lecture, cluarlv proves from hid own lexperlence thit tho awtul conse uiipiic8of Suit-Abuse may be effectually removed without medicine, and without ihiiL'rrous surgical operation, bougies, instruments, rings or cordials, pointing out a modo of euro at once certain and etl'ectual by which every auQerer. no mat tr what his condition maybe, may cure j,imelf cheaply, privately and radically. j'hii Lecture will prove a Boon to thousands and thousands. " Sent under seal, to any address, In a Main w...

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. — 19 February 1874

NATIONAL GRANGE. OFFICAL PROMULGATION. Purposes r tills New but IIur cd IUdy. "In Essentials Unity, in Non Essentials Liberty, in all Thing9 Charity." )ppo8ed to Party Prejudice and Monopolies, And in Favor of Domestic Probity and a Bread Edacation. the ResalulUns. . St. Lous, Fob. 11. The National trange to-day, oftcr tho transactinn of orae minor business, received the report f tho ccmimitteo on the resolution pre eutod by Mr. Waldo, of Florida, and dopted it as follows: Profoundly impressed with the truth hat the National Grange of the United '.tatos should definitely present to the orld its general objects, we hereby unan .oously make thU declaration of the pur poses of tho Patrons of Husbandry i First United by the strong and faith ful tie of agriculture, we mentally resolve to labor for tho good of our Order, our country and maukind. We heartily endorse the motto, IN ESSENTIALS . VXITY, IN NON-ESSEN TIALS L1BE .TY, I.i ALL THIXOS CIIAItlTY. TijirJ We shall endeavor to advance ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 February 1874

Herald and -Tribune. 4 '. gM'and Tribune fiat's of Ltrtli Square one insertion I CO ; ' Each subteoucnt Insertion..... T4 M Three M ontha, ...........8 00 "U (Ml 1 r r0nv"L- nw . PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY , :, M. S. Mahoncy. "-: Hates of subscription I . 4T; .'rd .Sinjjle copy, no year,., . 1,60 l ive or more copies, one year, each, 1,25 ' 'fen or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 For a club of Ten, at 1,J3 each, we "will send 0l,n ex,r cPy fre8 fot me .'yean Se,ter "P of. the club. J lonasty of rurpoaa tnl Equal Bithts to a Ma. win ascnia Happiness to tta Peopls. . n y vummn uno xear,.(... Jn 00 T 0 44 M littn VOL. V. ' JONESBOROUGH, TENN.. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 19 1874. 2' '" ' '' ' -.;: ,; ; .. - H.erald. rni. "li ""N0.c22 j4TTORATYS. JAMKi O. DKADKH1CK, Attorney at Law and solicitor in han , i-BV, Jouesboro', Term. Oillce In Urhliam & LammKm's New Building, i- stnlrs, No, 2. gmarU SJ. KIKKLWriUCh'. ATTORNEY AT , LAW, Joiiesboro', Tenn. Ottice In Urisham & Lampson's New Building, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 February 1874

.IWnldiindT01"'- Editoks. THURSDAY, i YKttJttJAUY-iG: 1871 t XIILLEA WATEKS A STOCK t. ' HOLDER -l- V. ": Tlie JVew AVu of 1uh wcok asserted that Judgo'GilleriwatcYs wns stockholder in the IIeraiw akd Tiubvkk. r How it received it information we do 'pot know, .pet-Heps' it was through the spirits '- that lived in the "UtUe'Vown jug." We ire yell aware that the iVu could neither do much bana or good, to any man at it las a yory limited circulation. But - to en lighten tbe gentlemen who.; control that paper, we assort that Judge Gillenwaters i$ not 'own stock, part or parcel of the JIarald akd Tribtne.v. Wo advu e9 bis cause because we consider bira an honest man; and assert positively that be has no interest in the office whatever. t v I-. . ' t till? PAttfY OF REFORM. I, We are not among those who ' bolieve that tho. Republican : party-" bas fulfilled its mission and that 'it mast henceforth disintegrate and die and.it members merge info some" other organization found ed upon mere i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 February 1874

Announcement. UKrRK&KNTATlVB. ..... i jirrcby announce myself a candidate o roprt 'ent tli people of Washington 'n:ylutlie lower branch of the nvxt wilatnre ofTennewo. .' -i " 6 John Allison, jn;," ron sheriff. ' We aro authorized and requested to announce Nnltinn Sbsplr y, a candi date for Sheriff, at the enuring August .Action. , " : ' ; y COfTY TBU8TEK. We are authorized and requested to iiuoimce JAMKS M. KEYS as a candi date for County Trustee at the ensuing Align' election. v ' -. .;-. We are authorised ond requested to innounce Jutneo lluws, a candidate for County Trustee, at the ensuing Au gust Election. ,-.)..; . ; .'''" We aro authorized and requited to announce Uerge F. Squibb, a oau iliilate for Cwunty Trustee ut tho ensuing August election. We are authorized and requested to announce Dr. I). J. UlDaon, a i-amu-iinte for County Trustee at t ha ensuing August election. COUNTY REGISTER. We are authorized and requested to announce' A. H. Jervloas-n candidate for re-elect...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 February 1874

letter From Ciilifornln. - Steamer Ventura, Jieb. 5, 1674." " My Dear Father ; I wrote to you About onu week ago that I was on the eve of taking atrip to Southern California. Tbe trip Las been taken, and I om now on tuy return, within on day of home. Perhaps some account of what Ihavo teen will be of interest to you. : At least, as I never vat on tho Ooenn bofore, I have been tnucb interested mjself. . . Wo,, Rev. W; II. Mason and mjael', left Sen Francisco on tbe 27th ult., on tbe Steam-ship Pacific, bad anticipated eea-. sickness, especially as . I had heard that the waves were generally pretty boif terous at the Golden Gate, which is the mouth of the Sao Francisco bay!" . But t a kind Providence would have it, I pissed the ordeal unscathed. ' Otherg around me suffered no little. It would have leen exceedingly ludicrous, if it bad not leen cad, to wutch the ladies and soma of the men beginning tc assume a lolcnin face, draw long breaths, heave tremondous sighs, and mako a straight...

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