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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 March 1874

! Herald and Tribune. Herald anil Tribune. published WEEKLY 1JY M. S. Mahoncy. Kates of Subscription I o liatr s of Advrrtisin& I llerald rioune. Square one Insertion...... 1 ft " Eaeh sahseuuent liiooitum.. . . 76 . " Tlireo Mouths, ..B 00 aix ,...8 00 1 "OueYcar ,...rJ 00 1 Column Ono Year 28 00 jj " " 40 00 ' 75 0 i " 140 0 For the announcement ol candidate lor State Offices, County, 15: Municipal 13, invariably In advance. r 1 .single copy, ono year, 9 1,50 j ive or inoro copies, one year, each, J ,25 'fen or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 For a club of Ton, at (1,23 cach,we M 111 ti-iid ono extra copy free for one year, to the getter up of the club, -tj&j Honesty of Puxposo and Equal Rights to all Men, "vriU secure Happiness to tha People. VOL. V. JONESBOROUGH, TENN., THURSDAY. : MARCH 5, 1874, NO. 24 w nn ATTORNEYS. TAMliS 0. DIIAUEUICK, ATTORNEY tf AT LAW AND bOLlCITOIi IN ( HAN ruuY, Joitesboro', Tenn. Otllee lu (iilsham & Lampion's New Building, l p Stairs, N...

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 March 1874

IIcrald-and-Triburiei ;-"-"- . : -THtJR8PAY, MARCH 5' 1874 TUB WIII5I1Y CRUSADE . . .The incfiubla meanness exhi bited by 4 some' of the liquor dealers in Knoxvllle - end. Chattanooga in furnishing supplies of whisky and mouey to od of the saloon keepers at Greeneyllle (Jnrpasaes anything , of the kind that bat occurred. since the crusado was inaugurated, " Not, satisfied (Vf ith carrying oa their nefarious trafio and ' bringing misery and ruin , into the bouse "holds of their immediate neighbors, fear fog the iufluence a triumph of good morals would exert in a roighbori'ng town which ' U Btrupgliug to fred itself from the curse of iotoxicatioo, they QeeoYmubt support a "falling drarueeller by furnishing, that which a lack of custom could no longer afford. Hut we predict tha result of this specie! of . warfars will be - contrary to . what they export. It is plain to every thinking mind that they do not aot . through sympathy with 'Mrs. Ward but through fear of tha moral effect of a ...

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 March 1874

Announcement. County Representative.' 1 hereby announce myself a candidate to represent '" people of Washington county In tho lower branch of the next legislature of Tennessee. Jujin ALLISON', JR., Circuit Court Olerk. 10 THE V0TEB8 OF WA8HINQTON COUN TY. 1 hereby announce myaeli a candidate for xe-cltxtion to tho olllce of Clerk of the Circuit Court at the ensuing election In August nxt. i .- . ' C.,WHEELER. Revenue Collector. " Wc are, authorized and requested to announce iieorge ifici'itcrsctii, a can didate for Revenue Collector, at the en tuiug August election. I W'p are authorised and requested to an--nouce Elbert S. Cx a caudldato for Kevenue Collector at the ensuing August clcetiou. For Sheriff. We are authorized and requeued to aunouuee Nailiau Shipley, a candi date for Shorlir, y the ensuing August election. - , . County, Trustee. We are authorized and requested to Announce I. A. ltrniiscni, a candidate lor county Trustee at the ensuing August election.' ' '' . ? ' ' ' " '...

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 March 1874

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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 March 1874

u Herald and Tribune. I'lTBLISIlKD WEEKLY BY M. B. JMahonoy. lutes of Subscription i iigle oopj'i one your, 8 1,50 five or more copies, one year, each, 1,25 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 1ST For a club of Ten, at 11,23 cacl,ve W1U tend one extra copy free for one year, to the getter up of lha club, -t EBMOYAL, :o: (3AEPMTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GEOCERS -vAND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GAY STREET, Knoxville,. - - - - - - Tennessee. AVING REMOVED INTO OUR HOUSE. " WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN GROCERIES, Full Lines Wooden Ware, TOB-A-CCOS, SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags, Sole Leather, Crackers, Cheese, Candies and Raisins, JVuts of all Kinds, Fine Teas A Specialty, JNDIG0 A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, "Wholesale- Agents FOR Lenoir's Cotton Yarns AND Holston Salt and Plaster Company's S ALT. WE receive an 1 sell on commission the products of the country and will endeavor at all times to get the lest price for BaTne. Wc Sell to Merch...

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. — 12 March 1874

Herald and Tribune. 0 Wheeler, .'M. S, Mahoaey, Editors. 1 THURSDAY,. MAttCH 12 1871 Lver siaco Judgo Gillenwatcrs Las tnnounced himself a nndidato, although i o otlcrt had declared themselves through the public prints, tho ';lread and butter lriode" Lava been iu a fm-or of excites Mont and alarm over tho prospect that they might pottilly lose the support of l ...l.... ji i " m nuuui nicy cavo sworn allegiance through" evil as well as good report.- Without provooation thev have attemMcd tin all cccosfcioim to injure the fair came of Judtre Oillenwaters, and .v the limit . iinfuir iiintn ri'n.l In in!..- KI J v v. i .u vv li'jUlU 1114 prohpects for election. - If they knew how the people looked upon suck matters, ,..i.j .kn.. i i iuvj numu j'iuuuuijt vv irx nasty in nia-1 kin" their wubes and debigus knowu. 1 It is uluin to everv tlinttiw m,n Ut their anxiety about tho election of Mr. Hutleris based entirely on self interest and that they are" consequently incapable of judging impart...

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. — 12 March 1874

Announcement. County Representative; 1 hereby announce myself ft candidate to represent tho people of Washington i rounty In tho lower branch of tho next Legislature of Tennessee. John Alltson, jr., Circuit Court Clerk. TO THE VOTERS OF WASHINGTON COUN TY. 11 I 23, I hereby announce myselt a candidate for re-election to tho ollleo of Clerk of the C ircuit Court at tho ensuing election in August next. C. WHEELER. Revenue Collector. - Wo arc authorized and requested to announce eorge ffrFirrHn, a cuu- ilidntclor Revenue Collector, ut tho en suing August election. ' Wc arc authorized and requested to an- iioucc i.iorri . vx a cauuulate tor Revenue Collcctur ut the eirsulng August eiectiou. We are authorized and requeued to announce Ex. S. Itlutlif , a candidato for Revenue Collector at - the' ensuing Augut election. - 1 , For Sheriff. We are authorized and -requested to announce Nittliitn Shiitlry. a candi date for Slieriil', at the uusuiug August election. - We aro authonzod and reque...

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 March 1874

About Old Imlku. Old foIltB are alwavs entitled to our ffverenrs tn.l our reppect. If they are nervous nnd disngrRable, We should con sider their childishness and their many infirmities. We Bhould realizo that as tl'ey grow old their senses begin to fail, their minds begin to lo.e their lustre and netivit, and that they are consequently less responsible for their words and o t ions, than while they were in full pos-coi-iion of thoir mental and physical pows cr. There is a great diflorenco io old peo ple, some are fretful and figety, they dis like children and are averse to all pleas ant converse with any cno, they have a liubit of finding fault with everything and everybody, and are accustomed to grum ble and fret about the moat iusigniSant and inconsequential things. They 8tren tously oppose all modern improvements abd innovations upon old -time manners nnd customs, and they sioin to have a firm conviction in their minds, that the world is going to ruin as swiftly as its inbabi t a...

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. — 19 March 1874

Herald and Tribune. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY M. B. Mahoney. Cites of Subscription I Single copy, one year...... $ 1,50 j ive or more copici, on year, each, 1,25 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 Hj- For a club of Ten, at 1,M each,we will tend eue extra copy free for one year, to the getter np ef the club, -f :' CARPENTER, HOSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GLA.Y" STREET, Knoxville, - - r - - - Tennessee. ii AVING REMOVED INTO OUR HOUSE. WK ARK NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN GROCERIES, Full Lines Wooden Ware, TOZBeACaOS, SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags Crackers, Cheese, Candies and Raisins, TVtcfs ojf a Kinds, Fine Teas A Specialty, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, czmnn Wholesale Agents -FOR Lenoir's Cotton Yarns AND- Holston Salt and Plaster Company s 8 ATT' E receive and tell on commission the at all time to get the beat price for same. Wc Sell to Merchants Only. A. L. & H. C. GILLESPIE & CO. ALFRED L. GILLESP...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 March 1874

Herald and Tribune. C Wheeler, -.1 M. S. Mahoney, J Editors. THURSDAY, MA11CII 12 1874 ' C1IARLL3 SV91XGR. ' r Claries Sumner, tin illustrious States 'man and Senator,' front Massachusetts, died in "Washington on tho llth int., liuill vmcaav u mo ucai i, ug itw uvm in Boston, Mass., January GtU 1811. Ho graduated at Harvard in 1830, and after wards read law under Judge Story. Ho was admitted to the bar at. tie age of 23 years and obtained at onco a . largo prac tice. He was elected to the United (States Senate in 1650, which position he has occupied ever since. , He has for a oumber of years been the leading autislavcry man in the Uuitcd Stites, having fiom the first entertained tto wos. advanced ideas on that subject. No balf way measures ever satisfied his ideas of equality, and no sooner was one point gained than another was put for-, ward and advocated with all the fervency that the depth and earnestness of his character had inspired. - Rich in mental resources, thoroughly infor...

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 March 1874

Announcement. ' County Representative; " '-- " 1 hereby announce myself a candidate to represent tho people of Washington county in the lover branch of tho next Legislature of Tennejsee. t John Allison, jr., ' County Court Clerk. To the Voter f Washington County. hereby announce myself a enndldat for the olllec of Clerk of tlio County Court at the ensuing August election. ' -M.S. MAIIONEY. . We an authorized and requested to an nounce O. I. !Hartin, a candidate lor County Court Clerk, at the enauing An jjut election . Circuit Court Clerk. TOTHK VOTEHS OK WASHINGTON COUN TY, ' I hereby announce myself a candidate for re-election to the otllce ol Clerk of I lie Circuit Court ut tho ensuing elect ion in August next, C. W1LEEEEK. We arc vithorized and requested to iinnouuuc A. V. Drudorick, u candi date for Circuit Court Clerk at the en suing August election. Wo are authorized mid requested to an nounce I. It. 'I'll) lor, a candidate, for Circuit Court Clerk ut the ensuing Au gust elect...

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 March 1874

Temperuiice jruveiuent. (That the present powerful and wide spread movowont in favor of Temperance should be 80 closely associated with the very general outpouring of God's Spirit in the laud, is a token of the greatest good to us as a people. It furnishos a better guarantee for the stability of the work, while it will also tend to make it wore thorough. This work has furnished an other field for tho display of the wonder ful tact, enorgy, and love of woman. And ehe has availed Lerself of it right nobly. Temperance lecturers have been telling her ,for years that slw could do what she pleased with the cause of Intemperance. J!ut blie has now found a vxty in which she can work. Her success is astonishing. We might fill those pages with a record of her triumphs in Ohio and Indiana. IIun dreds of saloons Lave boon closed ; drug stores have been purified ; and a strong public sentiment has been created, such as probably has never been seen before. While there may be some features of the ...

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. — 26 March 1874

it.. i.i i rn ! 1 llil.llll !IIIII I lllllllll I 1 mmmmmm Herald and Tribune. iUttsof Hvfrlhl.gl Square ono Insertion 1 (x " Kach nbsoHiM'Ut liitertlon.... 71 " Three Months, S ai "Six M 1 "One Year...,. .$ , t Column One Year. I x;, ( Z :0,w xrf,0- ff nu,'ment ot candidates tor rUBUSUED WEEKLY BT M. y. Mahoncy. Kates of Subscription t erald r ribune. Single copy, ono year, $ 1,50 Five or more copies, one year, each, 1,25 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 joT For a club of Ten, at 11,13 euch,we will send ouo extra copy free for one year, to tlio getter up of the club. Honesty of Pmposa and Ejual Rights to a Men, wffl secure Jiipptoess to the People. VOL. V. JONESBOROUGH, TENN., THURSDAY. MARCH 26, 1874 NO. 27. ... ' a- r. i -m m "v i I tv Ik. I - . ii JEl 33 2 O :o:. CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKE TT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION GAY STREET, Knoxville, - - - - - - Tennessee AVISO REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WK AUK NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECUL INDUCEMENTS ...

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. — 26 March 1874

I J era 1 da n d Tr i bn n c . (J --Wheeler, -'-w M; S. Mahoney, Kditoks. THUKSDAY, MAllCIl 20 1871 A WORD TO IIOXEST JOIl-V. " A. gentleman siijulng himself.- Honest John reads us a lecture through (ho col turns of the Knoxville Chronicle, on the uw we made of the word 'Spoils" in con nectioii with offico holding under the Veiled States Governuient iu tho First Dibtrict. Iloneet John evidently aspires p le a critic both in morula and in litera ture. ... lli natno plainly indicates the former and his production the luttor. We tire freo to confess the term was misap plied, although it is used commonly ouough in that connection, but to a man of his aatbetio literary tastes it was doubt los nhoiking in the extreme, and we must explain that we did not intend it ' in the sense Le seeks to Apply it. His gronnd of complaint is without doubt, that the word might be tuken as synonymous with the word "grab" now so extremely un popular in this section, and we hope to hear from hiin soon on thi...

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. — 26 March 1874

Announcement. County Representative. I lierrbv IimWmiiee luvsell' n rimiliilate to represent tli! people Of Washington county iii the lower hniiicli of the nest Legislature of Tennessee. ' ' John ajj.ison, ju.', County Court Clerk. '.' To the Vetera or Washington -County. I hereby announce myself a candidate fur tin; ollica ol'Clerkof the County Court at the fusuinj AngiiKt ejection. . ' M. 8. J1AH0XEY. Wc are authorized and requested tonn nounee 0, 1. Martin, u candidate lor rmiiitv Court C'lurk, ut the ensuing Au gust election. ... .,.',. We am authorized nnd requested to announce J. 1 tii-Muuii, a candidate fur ri'-i'lection to the Olllce of County Court Clerk ut tlio ensuing August elec tion. . . . -, Circuit Court Clerk. - '. Wo are authorized and requested to a innunee X. H. I.tittre II. a candidate lor Circuit Court Clerk at Uie ensuing August election. ... TO TUB VOTEIW OK WASHINGTON OOUN. TV. I hereby nnnounce myself a candidate for re-election . to the olllce of Clerk uf t...

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. — 26 March 1874

G0LDENVED1)ING. Col. Get. W. Telford uud Ludy ADDRESSES DELIVERED A Happy re-union of the Fam- Messrs Edittrs. It waa our Lappy lot to be profccut at the fiftieth anniversary of a wedding oo the 2Cth ulf. There were preseut about one hunJred persons, conbiating of ministers relatives and friends. Tbo subjects of tbis celebration, Col. 0. W. Telford, and Lady, are among our test oitizeni, revered for their christian walk and example, and unbounded cbari ty. They buve been membora of Salem t'rcsbyteriaa Church, for more than fifty jeara.and the Colonel a ruling Elder nearly all that time, and ever faithfully discharg ing bis duties as 6ucli, big Lady, exhibit ing that pureness of cbrUtiau character, that becomes the wife of an Elder. Tbey have been useful members of society , at homo and in publio they have ever ex ercised a gentleness peculiarly character iti as parents, love and duty have held tho ruling scepter, when trouble re peatedly came to them even in its gloom- icbt form it ...

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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. — 2 April 1874

Herald and Tribune. Herald and Tribune Ratfsof Advertising! f ijiinre one Insertion 1 00 " Each subsequent Insertion.... IS " Three Montlw, ff 00 "Six 8 00 1 " One Year -....IS 00 ) Column One Year jft 00 li Pl'llLLSIISD WEEKLY BY M. S. Mahoney. Kates of Subscription j I- If! i I Single copy, one year, ft 1,50 Klvc or more copies, one year, each, 1,23 Ten or mcro copies, one year, oath, 1.00 p-y For a club of Ten. at 91,23 oach,we will send 0I1U extra copy free for one year, to tlic gottcr. p of tho club, -a " 40 00 4 ...70 " 140 0 Honesty of Purposo and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness in the People. VOL. V. JONESBOBOUGH, TENN.. THURSDAY. APRIL 2, 1874, For the announcement ol candidates tor State Ollloes.llO; County, to Municipal ii, invariably in advance. NO. 28 In buna II B MOYAL . :: CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS - AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, CrATF BTKEET, Knoxvillc, AVIXO REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WE ARK NOW PREPARED TO OVFE...

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. — 2 April 1874

jfcnUd and Tribune. C; Wheeler. . X M.S. Mahoncv. ( v 'THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1874 SHALL WE HIVE ANY MORE SALARY GRABS ! -1 Had tie members of Congress who voted for the Salary Grul) anticiptatoJ in tho Fraallest degreo tlio intense feeling of indignation winch thoir aotion on Hint oc casion would arouse among the people thy doubtless would bave repudiated tha moasi ro at1 once. But their experience of tbe peoples' forbearance in submitting to Outrage! of a like character in which Congressman bad received a liberal shxre ti tho spoil gave them courage to once more tompt fate and r'wk the consequeoee Kith their constituents. : Unfortunately for' them iu this case tho whole nefarious proceeding was forcod to becomo a part of the political history of the country and there was no possibility of its escaping the fcrutinizing t lamination of an out raged public. The natural result was an overwhelming storm of just indignation on the part of tho taxpayers from one end of tho land to the oilier...

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. — 2 April 1874

Announcement. County Representative.. 1 hereby announce myself ft candidate o represent the people of Washington rounty In tho lower bmuch ol the liext Legislature -of Tcnnejwe. JoUN ALLISON, JR., County Court Clerk. T the V0trr of Wushintou Jetinty. , I here by announce myself a candidate f.r the olllcv ofClcrk of the County Court at the iimiU) August election. ., ' ; . M. 8..M.AIIONEY. Wc are authorized and roquoRted to an iiuuiice. 0. 1; Martin, a candidate for County Court Clef k, at the ensuing Au gust election. We are authorized and requested to announce. J. F. OrUliaiu, a candidate for rc-electipii to the Utile of County Court Clerk ut the ensuing August elec tion. We are authorized and requested to nniiounee John V. Davidson a candi date for County Court Clerk at the ensu ing August election. Circuit Court Clerk. Wo arc (authorized and requested to a inounce S. S. J.uurrll, a candidate lor Circuit Court Clerk ut the ensuing August election. i " , ,. . V.I. TO TUB V0TEI13 OF ...

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. — 2 April 1874

- (Tot tbe Herald aud Tiibuuc), ' I Dn't Care What People SayV ml - . X nis is a very common expression, ana au uutruo one also, for the very jioople who say this oftenest, are all (lie time carcing and ciroing very much too, what feojila say about tlienl ;but strong in tbeir determination to do what tbey jdcaso, they dare and brave publio opinion, ho. pibg that their unwiso stops may, be for gotten as overlooked, and that thoy will 'eon be rciuila'eJ in public favor. vumujr 10 uuo ui iiiu uiuah uuuuuuut of all the qualities of human nature We Lave never realizad to tLe full, how much of this sweat, joyous, noblo and genorous posession wo actually do own. liecause we bear so much slander, fault finding, derision, scorn, contempt and rid icule uttered by ouo against another in ' the world, we are too often led to think there is very little charity abiding with us. Uut let us pauso auionioul, and con sider evory hard word or thought which we utter or choribh in our hearts against any ...

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