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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 10 February 1876

: .LOCAL, STATE AND GENERAL WA8IHNQT0N. District FraatftBetrenchiaeat aai DeformTexas and Paelfle Bllra4Prcal4ent Plaklac Farelga. (Special Correspondence Unioa tod Amerl can.) : ' . WASHINGTON. D. C, FebV 5, 1876. Some most itartlinz cxnosurea hare been made in the Senate of the fraud, rottenness and coitud- tlon that lave characterised the management of this District When the republicans, unable any longer to withstand the current of public opinion, abolished Boss Sheppard's government, the act appointing the commissioners and board of audit distinctly prohibited the increase of the District debt In direct violation of the law, the debt has been increased several millions. and the people of the United States have these millions to pay. The whole matter was thoroughly ven tilated by the democratic Senators, and to their credit be it said, some republicans joined them in the work. But under the act the money must be paid. It seems to le exceedingly difficult to get a government for ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 10 February 1876

Uniona:idwAmericaii: if L - FJLEH AND GRANGE. IIAVI! M R ANOTIIEIl VK Di:it UIH OLD ONH f writes as follows to the editor of the Germantown Telegraph: Some lour years ago the iJoston ami Maine railroad extension to my city. For sixty rods a cut was ex carated twenty feet deep, the earth of which was carted out on one fui coveredflbur acrifsof mow (land from BXLfcq ten feet acep.' fljlBjJnip wa&fiftjflposcu oj ioaro. nand, gravel, clay and rock9, and it was declared by the committee that the field was ruiaedf tft'd Ittb taincd damages for the full value of the grojtfid. JBcinjj; diiYtyyvjtb other workl allovtect tle dprhpld remain uuindLstvifoV. twoiyckni to warm and dry. Being an eye Bore and scab on the farmI de ttrmined to abate it as soon as pos- &liil fta&dJ 'JlT' all Vhe stlne and put them into a good wall, making a piece some foty rotls long; then plowed the ground and leveled it withlhe ?craBcj-o 1ie mowing machine; ' plowed "gain and carted on a ligftVttrfcfes ii...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 10 February 1876

1 ' M-t-V- th-4- V V Vf A vomn tnay.noljiave so in licti lftir l&jtont, nor 40 many-belta rn-jQIMter,j b6t ebe standi it tho 4ind of the inystorieB of tl nni- ? Unci 1'fi i vil i If !: ! . A . clkutuan, . a t alary of $150 a yeur will stirvey his family of sixsmall children' with as mpeh Jlec u,rtV,onf Jn 3V'8, ves -as. most ftyStbtiPkind of a4'nCap; Christ-1 lan. 4 -1 .X jppR'COiVs Hicd in the , A PhiladdphiaZoologjcal gurdens, J Regardless 6f thd CenteAniaf. There never .was .any patriotism about i those gorillas.' "jrj Aiovii:5isnj .Vermont tyrl re- wear the tail on her bonnet How : much more pious site would be if tin; timl gone to Sunday Bchool and winked at(the librarian. ( Ji'i- "PH thoT. Td Jnsta'nt rt Michigan larmcia were plowing their fields On the lOth'iimant'theyHverc using crowbars to dij; the plows out of the furrows.' is' it any wbnde'r that we al love .America? , A waggish speculator, one of , a numerous family 'in the world, re cently said:. "Five years ago I w...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 10 February 1876

! -4 u fnioii and Xfii'crican;-; Hiai-ddir JebmarrlOth, 1870. " 'VlaTtAix. Ko. 1, Wirrj Arrives, ...a................ 78, A M. JWpertS, ... 7:48, A. M. Mail 1aix, Ao. 2, bsr: Arrives... I 7:29, r. M fl iCittU TAt, No. I, Win: T'lff-f-i'.-f 10:18, p.m. fiM.i!....r;..';.M.-.. iiru.r.n. ' rAMfSOCK ItAtX, JiO. 4, LASTJ Arrives , , ... 8:88, a, m. Depart 6:87, a.m. parts 12:21, a. u Fkcioht TtAiir, No. 0, East: Arrives 8:88, j. M enarts.j .v,. . . ........... &69. r. m, TOWN AND-COUNTS!. Afo-liave turnrl over our books and notes to Rol.t. M. McKcc, Ksq. Those indebted to us will call and Kettle with him. S. McGatjohey's Soxa t Co. Feb. 10, 1876. , Pneumonia is raging through- out tne county. m dJit&ftr 'Gass 'had a leflgthy docket to dispose of Saturday. uaaaess negotiated a swap Monday in which he paid ten cents boot. zr, f .-. I ; , The Ladies Aid Association wRl have a Fair on some day next week. A. great many people in town Monday, all seemingly intent on "swapping horses.". ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 17 February 1876

T ttlji flip a .'(' ..: Jii o 6 'V e..i : 'VOL VII. GREENEVILLE, TENNESSE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1S7G. NO, 4fif.;J Ar . ! f '-I t il. I II in. l! CONGRESSIONAL. x . ' , . Washington, Feb. 14. 1 house. ' ' .I Mr. Hale moved to suspend th e rules and Adopt the following reso lution: "Whereas, the currency now in 'use among the people of the United State,' consists of National bank notes and the greenback, the latter being a debt of the Government, widely distributed among the peo ple, and the former befng redeem able in the greenback and subject to like Quctuattons, and, - 'Whereas, the United States Treasury has thus far failed to meet its obligations and te redeem its notes, thereby depreciating the value of the people's money and keeping it at a large discount, which depreciation varies from day to day, causing risk and uncertain ty in business aSuirs to the great prejudice of nil legitimate industry and enterprise, and, ' '"Whereas, Congress by its enact ments, and both political ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 17 February 1876

ess FAEAND G2AH&E. inALLow pLowi.no ron corn. rX few weeks- since we pointed out bow one might get tip an argu ment on small potatoes for planting; hd jet overlook all the essential features thut involved the pith and marrow of the case. It is really the strength of the eyes and not the size of the potato. Afe have now a similar discubsion going on as to the depth that corn-ground should "ba rlowed: and just in the same wav the real point of the whole matter is entirely lost sight of. ' The case seems to have started through some experiments made at the Experimental farm at West Grove a piece ol son was, turned down in the spring four inches Wm another piece ten inches deep. Both were planted with corn tad treated in every respect theJ same: but the shallow plowing gave the best results. Of course it did, and why? Because, say the news papers, it was shallow plowed. But this is only putting the cart before the horse. The shallow plowing only accomplished some thing else in this ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 17 February 1876

Waisting. sweetness; putting your arm about a pretty woman. "Satisfaction at law1' "means B'x'lS. lawyer 1 500 to collect fif Uejf fce trwrlh (?f j usticelbr yo'u. Atewfleetfcut'man advertises Guarantees his boots against snakes, probably. J ' t r ) ' r They say-the baggage smash ers deal more' gently -with Hninhs DOW that riynflmit.a.inai;ing.ajC reported to be scattered, about, "I take my, tex dis morning,' Baj(iTaldT6Tetl preacher, "from'dat portion "oo'cfe Scri ptu res ' whar"dc Postol.PairJbjBts his pistol, W ttye Feesiona. , ,." Downjngtown, Pennsylvania, cftltOit fani e'rtcf(iraglug ; revival" when three preachens have worked yen one alderman all a llwllten tat conycr ,rSd &k old woman' j When a man earning a salary of fifteen' dollars per' week can dress his wife as well as a man earning fidO.toO: a VVa'r that's the' use of earning $10,000 per year? J9 1 V . ' " ' It's a curious incident of mat- rthiony'lhatlf you J te 11 yoar wife to get up and build the fire, she ex hi...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 17 February 1876

Union '"dad American. roaarrebnitrj 17th, 1878. . tebui otei!Blcft!Pi?orT.r Oat copy, onafyqftr iii fnohthi I.) " thre Q AH postage pr paid bj publisher!. - adtebtiAno bates. if(TiJic3btrti miH wilt Local Ad- i skd Adrertislnj AgenU. cac oar jtrvcrxo noncn iu cenu llM flnt Insertion; 8 centa second inser ts m; cents third insertion i ; 8 cent fourth tad succeeding insertions hr six months k Oaa week, 6 laches or less space, per Inch,. . . .$1 M 11 " - more than (I, ... 18 II " " " 18. " .... e u2 r- ? Twcn Weeks tachss or less space per-inch,....f 1 BO IS " " more than 6, " .... 1 25 One ITIoutb, ' lushes or less space, pur inch,, . . .2 25 IS ? more than tt, " .... 1 75 II " ' 12. M, 1 25 t8 '"18. - I OO Thee) Months. Business Cards 18 6ft I Inches r lesspuce, per inch,. . . .2 60 II " ' more ilfkii't, - t.';.2t)0 18 " " " 12 " ,...1 75 tr Co t o'Usl so Six months Business Cards 8 00 inches or less space, per inch,. . . .4 00 IS " more than 6. " .:;8 60 18 " " " " 12. ....8 oo 16 r...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 17 February 1876

LOCAL, STATE AND GENERAL.1'" to control Lalf a dozen juvenile : Fenia,is, then see if the laugh , JOIIXSOX CITY. Jonxsoir CiTr, Feb. HtU 1870. Editors Union and American: - r aienuno' aay Dy Uokey.and a Leap Year at that It ought to take well with the girls, oughtn't ur ' oiwuiuonaay a: oriQ -Carolina, double log-cabin, where I saw a apple wagon was on our streets.- beautiful clear spring, and asked One dollar the price asked, and the for a drink of water. I was hand man swore he would have that or ed a gourd full of the crystal fluid, give half to some clever man, and by a strapping red faced Venus in throw, the balance away. That he linsey, who was the only member came here for a load of flour, :androf the family visible. Thinking bad the money to pay for it, so he to improVe our acquaintance by a didn't care a.d-n whether he sold ' little chat I asked her who livfld his apples or not . Major Pettibone was here last week, and full as usual. Don't un derstand that because I say thi...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 17 February 1876

T 'j f a , H'l I.' IH.;'. 1 ' I . '.i I. . Union and American Tkirrfar. February 17th, 1876. BY MAB JKT I. E DALLAS. When I was first ushered into the worl a (bright b of gold 4 jfop jerlar7,. JI'ioJ, bit don't iy I waa solid; but there Are very few solid things in this world. I shone and glittered, and glittered and shown until you'd ;bavi tadwfilit l wastry vaiuapie. 1 WaaJ foe! a button Thera wer &a.hj U us in Jjrljjtit rows ona Ibhre jfud, and we were laid in a llong box, quite to our disgust; for when one is handso$t, one Jikes :to be seen; but it wasn't for long; for we'd not been in the case a day, when the covetashilled', ind we heard the geutleihan tyho Jjad .charge of us, say: "Here, Mr. Stitcher, is the very size you want, and the pattern, too, if I'm not mistaken" WAl'll )ig"t laid Wr, C StljclieK "Give me ten dozen of 'em" Then ten dozen of us were cut off, and the tailor for that is what JJr. Stitcher was put them into, a rhopping-bag becirrfedabd'walk ,ed off with...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 17 February 1876

cLADIES' DEPJLWII2IT. COtWTUY WOJIEI, ' I TheRoy."0. G. Wheeler, of Rnnlh ' Hero, Vt., delivered the fourth leo- tare of the Methodist lecture course, at Academy Hull, last ertn- wg.. His finhject was 'Country Women," and he naid be thought the bmull andierice would be grati- fied that he had chosen a bran-new subject, It was not through lack of respect for . bis me tropoliUn ' eieters ttiat he had clicfien this sub- jetfc, Jjtjt because, being a country mm nimseir, ue was better no quamtea with . conntry women. I ollowing this thought he read a finrWe3i,'th6 title of wb ch was, 4,Aly Mother."! Thia was followed by several other noetical effusions about .' g.irW; Starting with them when they were email, at a time when tbey stood on the same piano with boys when the boys respect- ed them not, but would fight them as they would with other boys he : kept thorn i'compuny through the joys and sorrows of the sweet eix- teen age till that romantic period waf .lifa iRy extinguished by mar- ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 17 February 1876

17 i . " . Thonidaj. Ftbnmrjr l"tli, 1S7G. I Mf no an time tap, lb. 0.Qrir"r?..i Art:'- . ji . T'i T HilTiii. d. J, Kt: tpn ..'.'frfi-i j p. . PAMtnentTiMx, N. I, SVt;-- Arrive J'J:', r pru ( it(4, r. W, PAimxit Tkai, No. 4, at.' at. I fl:7. . M. FkllOHT TAI. No, 5, VT AfrW, . , 11:16, a. m. WtjrtTU. I ..'" y .... l'Jii'i. A. M. FrtoiiT 6. pM : ArrW. .. .... . .. .t. ... K:58, p. m. u.,r...--nm S-.59.P. m. r!. . " I " We ha'e turfiPfl over our liooks &q.. Tliow -lwleUtod to us will cnl a a settle frttli liim. ' '." .,!McGatto(iys Sons & Co. . -At)j mud oat your wat. ue.'(i JC w raising' 'era. Circnit Conrt in session. Fitfnl Fpittings of tho beauti- jfqft'TfiieBdny;'.: ,", . ' ..iiThey indulge in ca6no most- nUMefcsW still rtging among the iiuuLtf& Rflvertirment of the L& die',.Al,Asocintu)n Fair., . i ''u. Tlicf local lodge of Good Tera ipUrajias adjourned sine die. Wo Pent ,hi hi .that walenline ! Ifeanlsto1 find the man, that's all. .mi.n-Our phrbicianfl rejwrt a ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 24 February 1876

. if . v y 1 z l '' f l , ' v J ( i f .i ..it ,:uji .'.'..i i.iu ,.o j i. cKOi a tdiij $x3&ztjjl 1 ,u.ii'ri.u .11 .1 .mm : r? "iv ... oy.ly :.v. j .v.,--;oV va ." ' "H """' V L ' . f. U ! 1 1 -4 -"I a;', ij j " Yj J i ' . - ;,.')',V.!'.lrf J4"TJ if ::. , wtH Vl'A V Jkit1t V ' ',.' " " T" . i . ...... .... . ! . U 1 i ' ' ' r -' ' " ' . " .' 1 NO. 50. VOL..TIIi1T;j in- HT!7C i;) . y. ; . 'i a i rr .7 1 i.r , i 1 .1 : 11 - . 1.1. 1 .!-- . .i -i.ti ki 1 1 1 v 1-7 1 '-j . I', e I V. GLEAXIXCS7 " -Ts.r.v J.-'-'.i ; TI la' lay in ins mue wi . in little niivi-Us He .smoked liU' little TT v -prtrtlevV twrtmnd-jn o VUndsamc that'be bangs Around I net-It for honrs, trtmjf -tivi-p( - ... .. biin In here other Kirls can't see ijrff'-rTbe word d e b t is composed And Aunt Jobson stepped into ot the initials of 'dun every boily tue coacU nlr the hamper, which twice." C-r-e d-ii ii Xoi med-ioAconlainp t)0SC tiling which would rfc'..."" - v every day; I U trust. . , JM-'t i u(.l thn'tll!. trifl...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 24 February 1876

t THE UNIO ND MERICAf(, Tbnr.dey, Ffbrgiry 21, 1876. Last Week ire pullrclteA it list of names under the caption, "Demo cratic 'F.xfcutiTc Committee, First CongrtfSBidnarDist.'' ''It 1s ens totmry to publish tbis list at the head of this column, keeping it standing through the campaign; but wc cannot so recognize it until .we usdcijtand irore clearly the naltire of its duties. If it is in tended as a committee to look af ter the congressional campaign, we call upon the gentlemen compos ing it to discard the namp and make no effort to perform the of fices of such a committee, because there is such a committee already in existence and fully capable of attending to the matter. Said committee was appointed, by the last democratic convention for the district and is the only regularly constituted committee, while the now committee received its ap pointment from the State Execu tive Committee we presume. No pitch invasion of the rights of a properly constituted committee will be tolerated,...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 24 February 1876

THE DN10!t JIM .AIIERICA1U TharriaT Fffcniarr 24, 1878. TIBMI OF kCBHCltimON. Out copy, one year $1.00 M r si. months ;., Liw nr. " Ithfe" ...... ; .10 AH laje' pre paid by publishers. - J ADTEnf-ISIKTO KATE. t IrtcuL contract mad with Local Ad ttrtiifi tod Advrti-duf A.enta. Lxul Rttniaa Noticm 10 tU llae first insertion ; 8 acuta second inmr dun; I cent third insertion ; t hoii fourth and succeeding Insertion's f-r lis uioullu . y mt Ik 44iM). , . , 4 On. 11 k, 6 inches or lees space, per inch $1 ffl . It " more than , " ... 6 t, M .. . W " . "'.M V. . ' .... 10 Tar JVeeka, inches or less apace per inch, . . ,f I 60 II more than ft, - .... J S t M .. u u ....J no II " II, ?l nnlk, inches or leaa space, p. r inch,,... f 2 1ft 11 " more than A, .... I 71 18 " 12. .... 1 .... I 00 IS 18. The raa)th. Runinaa Cards (3 SO C inches r leaa apace, pur inch 2 8 ll-"'. tnorathant, ...,U00 llfci " - U, " ,...M8 - Blx JOonlba, Business Cards.... ' $8 00 6 -ipiae or less apace, per inch,. .. .4...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 24 February 1876

r r. i! i k if i nit IWM uois. ' nanc nior. rim nr nnr.s. 1'tit irra which are like fj.il tc llie fi ot & ftK. are oftcu fore gone f r lack of auitalile frames ij various ttvli which tr.ay be easily mailo at honii?. Tje isc pu.1 out, which it generally useful, it inanulaiturtd at follow; lhvc a jiioce of filtti the ixttl i.z of jo'jp j ii turc. Tukc' ft piece o. tin ted drnw.np paper of iniilnr U nu'iihi na. cut in it an ova! (or squar ') through wlu:l the pict.nc mny to teen, aul About half an inch f on the edge r.f this ovai draw a M' id oval, and then follow the line 1 atly villi a sharp knife, so aa to cut half-way through the thick i ess of the paper.- This sound 4 easier than it Is; the ovals must be accurately drawc with matin matical instruments, or at It'ost'Titli the aid of two pins con nected by a dring somewhat long er tlifn the clhtance bctweeo the pins (rhefoci of the) clipse). i The pencl is moved round irmide the Hiring-, thus describing an ellipse or oval. In Us...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 2 March 1876

.J &UWCW VOL. VI L GttEENEVILLE, TENNESSEE, TIITJUSDxlY, MARCH 2, 1870. NO. 51. GOSSIP AM) (il.U.VMXJS. i Om the cnrds recently issued ' tifti. nlvwr-weddiiiir, nt Columbus, Ohio, was tilt' following warning: "Please !ivoidtUtlfir stores." Tlio worftwdal crime yet is that 'X thw llruoli l.yn minister wlu, ia chirrged with striking Iuk inoth ur ju-lavfj Aud.with ami uubrellu. tod. " Pato this in you a hut: Tlie whiskey war'began Washington, Ohio, December, 1873, and ended nt , , , l'J . ( fill in if alive.) ' ' " A traveling printer says that one fo( t the f)nUa edj'o" u writes liif odijoriiili on' lirAvii paper with an old ilin iter folk, clipped iu cran berry sauce. . - , California complains of nn overabundance of silver coin, .mil wauts to git r'ul of it. We will take ;i barrel or so if it will be any accommodation. I never bet on the man who is always telling what ho would have done, if he had been there; I have aoticed that this kind never get tliorc,' Josh, Billings. A St....

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 2 March 1876

hie ikich 71ND p:im Thursday, Mareli 2, 1S70. THKUIiVENUKSliUVIOE. TI10 following letter to tho edi tors was received Thursday morn ing. Julian City, F.Vy 29, 'It. Mtur: Sevier t Baker, EJ't Unit and Amtricam i uvsir 10 make mv bow to yon. ami to fmr tmiuml Irlt-ml, lk'lm.of the .VorrMiwn Cuutte. t!i',kinif von fur refraining from liikini; notice of alrtti-r, nt.l 1 1 f tl in it r csiit i-tfiici of tl.c Joneeboro Journal, ri'floct IriEf upon the Kuvfcnuo sttrvico In tlii ltt. WlieihiT you iU no from cnnsci.'ntimis scruplis; a iljubt of 111" truth of tlm lmr(H9; disgust with the nolica or wlint not rt aHgnred w la.v yonr rwpectiva jnera (lon with pleasunilile emotliins, that o fouml yon with not lonilin;; yo'ir selves to sui-lt questionable onlauyhts, ami bo assur.M that wlmlevi-r there may bo of political diUViemTS. that from this timo the employees of tlia Dept. in this Dint, wi'l over speak in kindness of your respective papers. Tho Jnurnal of this week w ill, jirnhably, a un act ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 2 March 1876

tHE UNIO AND MERIGA! TknrsdtiT, March 2, 180. TKim OF StTUSClUl'TION. Out copy on year, ... ix luiltitha . . 2.00 1.00 . ..I thrre " 51, AH postage pro paid by publUher,. AVr,MTISICl RATKI, Irm'TAL contracts made with Local Ad vertiser, and Advertising A.ents. Local (it Riadin Xoticrs 10 cents a Viae llrst n ! i on ; 8 ci'nu twin. Inscr tnn; cents I bird insert ion ; 6 cents fount D-l succeedim; iuacrtious for six aioutli, r leea time. . One Week, . I inches ov 1m space, per inch, It " moro llian , " " " " " 12, " W " " " u 18, Two Weelia, t bch, or Teas apace pet inch, U more than 6, " U 11, " g ii ii ! "II " On Mauth, I Inclie, or If apace, p r iuch,, II " " mora lhau , " . II 12. " 1 " " IS. " .11 80 . 1 as . 1 tin . 78 ,2 26 . 1 76 . 1 26 . 1 Oil The TOoatbs, Business Card $3 80 ti iuchet ' r less space, per inch '2 68 15 " . more than ,, " ...,2 0m U ' . " " 12, " ....1 70 M " .V " 18. " ....1 o MI Ifltoutha, Business Carda (ifl 00 indies or leas space, plT inch,. . . .4 00 12 ...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Union and American. — 2 March 1876

CIMVi.l!. IM'tT AM) !!'! STIfOM. I litM t.l'..lie'f U ...... I j j i r Ju, C'lotcrn. l nulls, - t.llili-'ft)i)Oiihful, ilin- rdIv'I ' it w.ttui', luliuiniatcreil na a vliitnuh wlici'd Ujo hog ia too sick to t ilc j" it i.) his fooil, h Bt'itoil by Mr. V. 0. Mott, of Calhoun county, bi) ii Riiucilio for e'.i"lon. This rucuint w;is Hunt him by sorao one wh.) linl loHt a great nmuy hogs by tho chulu.a. Ho ti'io.l it mul vm lost nono fiiuco. This rocoipt has been ti toil by otliern with sue cuh. Mtiaim Tcleintiti Another. Iho Hir.it-.viHo (Ala.) IinluiiouiIi.nl-, thinks tliora is scaieo ly uiiy euro for tlio hog choloru, but Buys tliero m it certain preventative. It is to boil poktberry roots with tlioir food onco a week, which it Buys will make a hog thrivo faster. A hog will root mora and deeper for thoso roots thi n for anything e'tiO. Anolltcr.'W'e learn,' said tho Sav.mn.'di New, 'that Dr. James Jr., of Upson county, lost over ti hundred hotrs bv the cholera. He trio I tho tlluct o...

Publication Title: Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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