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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 November 1870

f Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights tp all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. vol. n. JOKESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE,- THUB,SDAYT NOVEMBER' 24, 1870. NO. 13. IT JLribun tctald anil ri&ttnc. ; PUBLISHED EVERY TIIURSDAY BY DR. C. WIIEEM2R & DR. PI. S. MAIIOXEY. TEltMS: $2 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAL J. B. Sl'HN. R. Jj. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, AND Collecting A-gents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE Prompt attention given to all business etitm-ted to us throughout the counties comprising upp" - OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octI3-ly THOS. H. REEVES, tt0unr at 3 JOXFSBORO, TEXN., "WILL attend to matters connected with the purchase of Keal Estate, .Settling Estates, Collecting Debts, &c. Offlce Up-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil j ver Smith's Shop. 70aug2ryl t S. MUNSON, - - - E. P. BAILEY, ' Late of I Cashier of Exchange and Jlonson & Seymour. Deposit Bank. I MUNSON & BAILEY, Ileal Estate Insurance W. (Claim M1' I Knoxville, Tenn. tDfficc in Exchange and Deposit Bank...

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. — 24 November 1870

fcrnld ami ributic. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C. WHEELER Ac Dr. JTC. S. JTIAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1870. FRANCO-PRUSSIAS-WAR AX THREATS VED EUR OPE A IS" TROUBLES ! Onlj a few months have elapsed since the- inauguration of the war between Erance and Prussia, but during this brief period of time, events have transpired which surpass in magnitude and impor tance, anything of the kind occurring since the time whereof the memory of man run neth not to the contrary. Napoleon, the late Emperor of France, who murdered by his own edict a republic, and erected up on its ruins an Empire, after resorting to every devise to sustain his dynasty, ttunds to day in the estimation of the world little better than a culprit. Striving to maintain their national hon or, the people of France - are to day en thusiastically enrolling themselves under Trochu for the defense of Paris, against he advancing armies of King William. Uut notwithstanding the ability of their leaders and the patriotis...

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. — 24 November 1870

t f. t HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. 'one insertion, 1 00 Each subsequent insertion 75 44 Three ilonths, 5 H) sir s (H 1 One Year 12 00 1 Column One Year 25 oo .4 t tt) (K) l " 75 00 f . " 140 0 ALL advertisement. due when inserted, unless upon special agreem-Ma. Win re the number of insertions i not marked, advertisements will bp inserted " til for bid." and charged accordingly. For I In announcement ot candidates f or State Offices, $10; County, $5; Municipal, $3. invariably in advance. , TIIUKSDAY. NOVEMBEIl 24, 1870. JRIie:i L.dK 3fa. 47. Regular. Meetings every Monday niglit. K4-Iigiu. Thanksgiving services by the Rev. Mr. 'Mann, at the Court IIou.se. to-day. "Wc hope our citizens will all attend. Temperance Meetings. The meeting at the Presbyterian Church' ! on last Sunday night, was largely atten ded. Several warm and pathetic address es were delivered Ly the pastors of the ! different Churches, which has resulted in getting up a general excitement over the I tem...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 November 1870

SKqviatltttval. How to make the Bojs God Tar liicrs. - i .2 Inlueo them to take an interest in the farm, in the implements in the stock ; tell them all your plans, your successes and your failures ; give them a history of your own life, and what you did and how you lived when a boy ; but do not harp too much on the degenerate character of the young men of the present age ; praise them when you can, and encourage them to to do still better. Let them dress up for the evening, instead of sitting down in their dirty clothes in a dingy room. Pro vide plenty of light ; thanks to kerosene, our homes can be as brilliantly lighted and as cheaply lighted as the gas-lit hous es in the city. Encourage the neighbors to drop in evenings. Talk agriculture jather than politics : speak more of the im portance of large crops, of good stock, of liberal feeding, and of the advantages of making animals comfortable, rather than of the hard times, low prices and high wages. Above all, encourage the boys t...

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. — 1 December 1870

A. ,: . f t 'u.r: j 1 !:T Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, -will secure Happiness to the People. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870. NO. 14. VOL. II. .Hera d. Tribune. i I' t 4 w s- 2 i S. ' ive- )dl- tic, be- al5 uid ent rhe. lia-ef-ave. ava ils;, ai-icg-poa .re ons ny rety ieia rule om tha- on lib, vlo- on hey OBf-111-- th uclv OB lb' itin; iasa. 100- 5 anil tit i d jgta. at be" -too ' ""ULISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY ' 11TC C WHEELER & 1 IR. M. 1WAIIOXEY. , fFiimsri20(Mnum iu advance- PROFESSIONAL. B. L. BLAIB. 'J. B. M'LlN- M'LIN & BLAIR, ;5ttomcii5 at Into, : Collecting Agents, JONESBOBO'. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business f,,tru-Sl t ih throughout the counties . entrust. i E Tennessee, -comprising 1 Vni J' , OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. .i 70octi:Hy THOS. H. REEVES, :Utovun at WX)X JO.ESORO TEXX., ' wil V -ittend to mutters connected with he pun-ha-- f Kstate, Settling ' K-tates. Collecting Debt?. &e. - --office I'lvStair....

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 December 1870

fanrttl audi rilmuc PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C WHEELER & Dr. Iff. S. ITIAIIOyEY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1870. - THE LEGISLATURE. This august body meets on the First Monday of the present month, and it is hoped the members instead of spending their time quarreling over dead issues, will condescend to look into a few matters of vital interest to our people and enact a few wholesome laws to remedy evils with which we have contended long enough. In the first place, the matter of regu lating the sale of intoxicating liquors should be looked into, and a law passed making it a penal offense to sell to an habitual drunkard after having been warn ed not to do so by his wife or other near relations. The penalty in this case should t mado to apply to any person procuring It for the use of the said drunkard, as well as to the rumseller, otherwise the law will lose half its force. Ilaving disposed of the liquor question, the next thing for the Legislature to do, will be to adopt some s...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 December 1870

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING-. Square one Insertion, l 00 " Each subsequent insertion 75 Three Months 5 00 "Sis " 8 00 1 " One Year ,.12 00 1 Column One Year 25 00 " " 40 (X) J 75 OO " 140 (JO ALL advertisements due when inserted, unless upon special agreement. Where the number of insertions is not marked, advertisements will be inserted "til for bid," and charged accordingly. For the announcement ol candidates for State Offices, $10; County, Municipal, 83, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, I70. Rhea Lwdgft S: 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. jiaso:vic. All Royal Arch Masons, members of Washington Chapter, No. 21, aro hereby notified to attend the Celebration of the Cap Stone, on Friday evening, Dec. 2nd. 1870, at which time the annual election for officers will be held. I3y order of the M. K. II. P. JOHN S. MATIIES, Sec. Nov. 30, 1870. jn inufactorj In Jnesbor'. One of our citizens, noticing our article in regard to the manufacturing interests of Joi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 December 1870

gricuttuval: .... ! ai me recent -cw xorii maie i v.tr we mot Mr. W. V. Ingrain, well known as an experienced i:Lceo manufacturer of this State, but who fur tlie pat two years ha.- been managing a butter factory at Win chester, Kentucky. Ho gives mmuch in formation concerning Kentucky as a dairy region, and speaks in the highest terms of j blue 2ra.s tor makine a superior quality 1 of dairy product. Tha country about Winchester U well watered, and the climate favorable for .dairying, the thermometer ranging lower on ail average iu summer in that soction than in New York. The blue gra.'f, he t:ty. not only affords an nbundant flow of milk, but yields milk of good flavor and of excellent quality. i'poii the bluegras pastures of Kentucky the cows inul an j herbage that is jieculiaily adnt.rfcl to the j production of ''fancy grade of butter." ; At the Winchester fictory a very gi;-rior j article is made. It is put up in packages ' on the itiiladclphiii plan, the butter balls reftinir on...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 December 1870

J 'J 111 1 3 r i' Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. . Herald. HI IV' KB Til Ul X 1 1 ( VOL. II. sKcraltl and Srifatnc. I'UBI.ISIIKU 1CVEKY. TIIVKSDAY BY on. c. WHEELER v IR. 71. S. 9IAIIONEY. TERMS: $2 00 per Annum in advance, PBOITASIOXA !. J. B. M LIN. It. J j. I5L.AIH. WHS & BLAIR, Sttonifiis at V0 Into, AM) Oollectiiig .Agents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. I'noMi'T attention given to sill business ntni-tcd to u throughout tli counties comprising Upper Fast Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7uocti:My THOS. H. BEEVES, Slttornru at 32 air, jo.xeskoro, TEX.V, "WILL aft'Miil to matters connected with th- )i!r' l:a-' of Ileal Estate, Settling Ktat -. 'olb-etiiig Debts. :c. OHire l'-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's Shop. 7)aug2.yl .s. MI N'.-iiX, - - K. 1". liAILKV, (.'anhuT of I'xrhriTifre and l'io.it Hank. Munwn & Seymour. MUNSON & Heal Estate BAILEY, Insur an c e AND 3t. (Claim gcutj, ICnoxvillc,' IToiiti. OjScc i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 December 1870

wnld and QfrUmnc. PrBLIsnKD EVERT THCESDAV BY Dr. C WIIEELER A Dr. 71. S. IflAIIOHTET. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870. DEMOCRATIC FlISREPItESE TATIOX. The Democratic press throughout the country is loud in its denunciation of the United State authorities in send ing troops to different localities where trouble was anticipated on the occasion of the late election. The democratic preas rct-itc the fact that the election was peace ful and quiet as a reason why the pres ence of troops was altogether unnecessary. This is false reasoning. Our readers will not fail to remember that the very local ities to which troops were assigned in the late election have in former elections been the scenes of riot and bloodshed ; which circumstance, coupled with the fact that threats of violence had been made by the leaders of the democratic party, was the main reason for sending troops there to assist the civil authorities in conduct ing the election in accordance with law. The statement that the troops we...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 December 1870

1 HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JjTERMS for advertising-. I Sqnare one insertion 1 00 4 " Each subsequent insertion 75 4t Three Months, II Kiv . ....... i . . . i t iS 00 1 " One Year 1? 00 I Column One Year 2o 00 .i 4 40 00 i t ." ' 75 no f " " 140 00 ! i 1 ALL BUVCrUH"'"""'- 7 Jul agreement, w here the number of insertions is not marked, advertisements will be inserted "til for bid," and charged accordingly. For the announcement ol candidates for fciate Offices. $10; County, $.5;Municipal, 3, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1870. Rhea LdK'o. 47. j Regular Meetings ev Klasonie. i All M. M. members of "Rhea Lodge No 47 arc hereby summoned to attend th Jugular stated communication of the same on Monday evening the 12th inst, as im- toortant business will be transacted. I C. W. MEEK, Sect'y. lively- Laft Monday was a lively day with the ' pensioners of this county, preparing their papers for the December draw. The Caiinty Court. Xotbinz has been done by our magis trates to put the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 December 1870

- ' IP-"'" - 4,te.--.Vw.--.w ....-...w..,vv ; "" 1 ., mm -i ..n.i -I ' - ; , i .... ttiicii ami How llml. Budding, Says tin) 72ri -4 MriVii, wo-noeJ 1arlly nay, m thrt ip?o -T j" re moving a bnl from one tree or'plaht 'l inserting it in another iivc-of allied . sjk cios. ' -' ' .' : The ol.juet of Wouii the sauK of tree or Tl:iit. -The v -m:iii'fHc3 bo- tween- a luJ w.iA a t'vui L. that tfce latter . is a development of the former, l ruit can generally be obtained by grafting Civo "year sooner than by bn!linjr. Hut when 'a' variety is. very rare, ye can by innMin';.; get new limbs from single eyes, whcrea-i j in pratting we have to use three or lour even. ,ome trees, more n or, p - ona - . gsrtc inucli more reaany uy uuauing than by grafting. Th stoius fi-uit.s ex- liJe so uiuch gum when rnficu. that it j haro! to sneeuuil i t the work. Tnen, too, J , in ail kinds of fruit, where grafting bus j ' failed or been forgotten in the spring, ; bud-lini may be resorted to in summer, j . Th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 December 1870

J! 4s: . i!t" :;:::'::rt'-.' : ''y-i;': .wwtbS Jinr; hhrmt VI y : tin' .': i'':--- iriK-Ud.'j'i .:;.-.::,'.' ,r: .ii i :::kjj-'..v.,:m .v.j-;; nrr i:: -1 ? KI --i. c f t t - t a- 4 It X a J -, .. t 1 t -t " :.I it 9 -J , t i ', 4 Z r ' e- r VOL. H. jftfvaltl : an tl (Lrilmnc. - PUBLISHED EVEHY THURSDAY BY DIC. C. WHEFXtK & ; DR. HI. S. ItlAIIOXEY. ri7TJM- 2 00 per Annum iii advance. PROFESSIONAL- J.B.M'US. R. I. BIjAIK. M'LIN & BLAIR, ANI ) Collecting Agents, JONESBOBO', TENNESSEE. ProMI'T attention given to all business rntru-teil t us throughout tin; counties com I .-rising I'l'l"'? Fl Tenn-ssee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7Ktti:t-iy THOS. H. REEVES, SUtavuvn at ;tu i TF.XX. WILL att-H.! ( tin. ri!ir-:;;i-" f,l t.'V vcr Siui: ;" 'P S. MUXaoX. - I,:it. of Maniii & s-yiiior. - K. T. liAILEY Cashier of Kxcli.iMKi- :iui lli-iMiMt ISa.nk. MUNSON & Ecal Estate BAILEY, Insur an c e AND 3'Cnoxville, Tenn. 02icc ia i:cliange and Df posit Dank Kuildin?, Cay street. E. N. G...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 December 1870

i. : ggcrald and tribune PUBLISHED EVEKT THURSDAY BY Dr. C HHEELER A Dr. M. S. WAnoXEY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1870. HOX. HENRY COOPER. Onr readers will remember that this gentleman was elected United States Sen ator by the present Legislature to fill the .jyacancy which will occur next spring by the expiration of the term of Hon. Joseph S. Fowler. The Constitutional Conven tion which met after the election of Mr. Cooper, inserted a clause in the new Con "stitution changing the time of holding Jing the election for members of the next Legislature, to the eighth day of Novem ber,. 1870, instead of 1871, the regular period. A law of Congress provides .that the United States Senator shall be elected by the Legislature elected next proceed ing the vacancy. It is now claimed by the Democratic press throughout the State that the elec tion of Mr. Cooper was irregular, and that he cannot take the seat, as the Legislature which meets next fall is the one empow ered by law to elect the Senato...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 December 1870

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS; FOR ADVERTISING. Square one insertion 1 00 .! ' ; Each subseqw -n insertion.. . . 73 "Three IJontiiS, 3 U " Si: " 8 (N 1 "One Year ..12 ihi I Column One Year ,:.23 . 40 ! 1 . 7i iy.) I : 140 00 ALL advertisements due when inserted, unless upon special agreement. Where the number of insertions is not marked, advertisements will be inserted " til for bid," and charged accordingly. V For the announcement ol candidates tor State Offices, $10; County, 5; Municipal, 3, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, DKCEMBER.15, 1870. Rev. W. T. Fleenor will preach in the , I3aptiat Church in this place on next Sab- fcath at 2J 0 clock. c All persons interested, are informed ' that Mr. Maxwell's law business will be attended to bv Messrs. F. W. Earnest and II. II. Ingersoil. Temperance cial. The committee appointed to organize a Temperance Social, will report on the plan which they have adopted, at the Court - House to-night (Thursday.) All are invited a full meeting is desir ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 December 1870

i : ! IT' i , - IF tl! jHi :. 1' : ? J ! .' ?- ? : 71s , I t J 'Ml ; Y1 .m . 15 1 a 7" - : - v T - -------- - . . ' .J.. II II I ' - I1 1 'VjJtllUJ11' W.'Ji -Hi WPI ' 111 J I ' "" fTTilgggg- rr rit-r JZZTT 1 ' '-' -'- -' A -- I '' .r, r; ? : lltLE ADVTI8eSb5 , RXrssagc) Concluded. t urj-eputlicannstitutjons atc nrhappi- net f nd grandeur cs a nati'jn. In the interest of one, a bureau has been cstab- ji lished ia the Interior" Departments, the Uureiiu of Education ; and in the interest of th) other, a separate department, that iof Afniculture. I believe great general " pood is to follow from the operation, of ' both these bureaus, if projrlj fostered. i 1 can not commend tc your carefalconsid eration too highly the reports of the Com mwsioners of JvJucation and of Agricul ture, nor urge too btrongly sucli liberal legislation to secure their efficiency. In conclusion I would sum up the policy of the Administration to be a thorough enforcement of every law, a faithful collec tion of th...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 December 1870

- 4 i. ... Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. VOL. II. JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1870. NO. 17. -Herald pin n 1 ribune. I pcraW and riMtc. TUBLISHED EVEKT THURSDAY BY DR. C. WHEELER &. DR. If - S- WAIIONEY. TrEItMS: $2 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIOAE. J. M. M'LIN'. B- I..BLAIK. M'LIN & BLAIR, Sttorutiw at AND i Collecting Agents, JONESBORC. TENNESSEE. I'kompt attention given to all business utni-t-l to ih throughout the counties comprising Cpp.f East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7Kctl:-ly . " thosTh. reeves, JOXESBORO TEW., i "WILL attend trt n,attrs connected with the purchase of Heal Estate, Settling Estate?, Collating Iebts, &e. Office Up-Staxs, over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's ii'P- 70atig2"iyl S. MUN'SOX, - " - E. P. BAILEY, Late of I Onshirof Exchange and .lunon & Seymour. lepotit Hunk. MUNSOtf & BAILEY, Heal Estate Insurance AND s-'. (Claim Agents, Knoxville, Tenn. Office...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 December 1870

x '.L.u.i'A'kWt. .JikaMM aafta tcrald ami tftribime. PUBLISHED EVERY THCRSDAY BT Dr. C WHEELER A Dr. Vt. S. 7IAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22 1870. :iiristjtias. Before again our paper greets the mil ing faces of it." , many readers, another twelvp . month will have been noted in time's fast filling registry. They will have heard the last strains from the 'IIarp of the North," sighing most plaintively around their happy homes in memory of their friend entombed in the charnel house of years. The festivities that mem orize a closing year are not unalloyed with ead feelings. We regret to see the clay falling on his corpse, and naturally we wish that there vere no snow upon his brow, but his head was embossed with eter- nal sunshine. We know he is robbing us of our allotted time, and his successors will faithfully perform the last'mission of his dying moments, and bring us nearer to the shades of the scpulcherd repose in- stinetively we so much dread, But in the whirl of joy and mirth, w...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 December 1870

HERALD AND .TRIBUNI. I TERMS FOR ALVfERTISnf Square one insertion,. 00 " Each subsequeirt insertion . . . jfr 44 Three Months,... 00 44 Sir 44 8 00 1 " One Year '.. 12 00 i Column One Year S 00 ....ft oo i ' ... t; oo I i. it) oo . AM. advertisements d w',en ined, Unless upon special ag"fe.ment' "here ttte number of insertior s not niafsed, advertisements will be nserted " tii for bid.'" and charged accon-ngly For the announcement'1 candidate, for State Offices. $10; Coun r i Municipal, 13, invariably in advanci 4 THURSDAY, Dr:CE'3ER 22, 1-70. Xlliea No. 47 I Regular iMeetings evfj Monday tight. TtO Paper xt We"- Believing in the old adage "all WOrk and no play makes Ja a dull boj,'f We think it right and prper to allow our Lands who have heen faithful at their potts piuc the first daij'f- I84 January, nd who have never iJel a week in all the year to have the p cr ut fr its, ma ny subscribers, to le a few dvs for fest and recreation ; tcrefore you need toot expect the Hera and Ti:ib...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 December 1870

(7 . .... -. .-wy -.La M,1--"'-'fc-- -'-i- t-ir - v v . v ? ... - - ... I. I -- -- IMTWWJ"','W' . -"" i 1 ' 7; "i ; ivtf nt1titt:if How Little Land will Keep a Cow. A correspondent sends the following admirable statement : I wish to give the result of an experi ment in soiling. On the first day of June list I commenced cutting clover for one cow confined in a yard enclosed by a high tight.board fence, with a stable attached in which she has been fed. She has had no feed but freshly cut clover from the 1st of June to the liith of October, and all taken from one fourth of an acre of ground. She has averaged eighteen quarts of straiue milk per day, from which my wife has made eight pounds of butter per week, during the four and a half months. The cow is five years old, and a cross of the Ayershire and Durham. She has gien more milk, more butter, and of a better quality, than she has ever done on pasture. On another fourth of an acre, by mowing four times, I have secured two tons of goo...

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