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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 April 1874

Herald and Tribune. f X'liLLMI ED WEEKLY BT VI. B. Mahonoy. Rates of Subscription t o a iriDune fcingle copy, one year,.! 1,50 j ive or more coilci, one year, each, 1,25 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 t3T For a club, of Ton. at 1,2S each,we w ill send ono extra copy free for oue year, to the getter up of tho cluh. -a Honesty of Purposo and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness tr thd Pedpla. VOL. V. JONESBOROUGH, TENN., THURSDAY. APRIL 9. 1874. NO. 29. era IR. IBS 2& O CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCIETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND VsO MISSION MERCHANTS, GAY STREET, Knoxvillc, - - - - - - Tennessee ii AVINO REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPEC12L INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN GROCERIES, Full Lines Wooden Ware, TOB-A-GCO S SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags, . Solo Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Nttls of all Kinds, Mno Teas A Specialty, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents FOR Lcuoii''0 Cotton Yams...

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. — 9 April 1874

Herald ami Tribune M. S. Mahoney, ) THURSDAY, A KRJ.Ii 0,. 187 jtlCMUERS JF,' CORS AS CLAIM AGENlS. The newspapers devoted to lit. JJu't ler'fl interests in this District constantly teem with eulogies on that gontloman's efforts in Washington in tho way of pros ecuting claims against tho Government, and one'wo'uld supposo from reading them that every pensioner o? otbc'r claimant was everlastingly" indebted to Mr. Butler for the SMcesyTdl friisecution of his claim. It would seem that everything depended upon his energy and skill in nannging tie several Heads of Departments so as to allow of tho poymeut of de lnands upon the Govemmont. Let us look at tho subject for a mo ment and see if he is justly cntitlod to the amouirt of credit he arrogates to him self in this matter. In the first place the question c? allow tmc'o or difallcfvJanco of any claim pre sented to the Government must depond cutirely on the merit of the claim itself or upon the proof filed in support of it. No fraudulen...

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. — 9 April 1874

mmirm Announcement. County Representative. , 1 hereby announce myself a candidate o represent the people of Washington county i the. lower branch of Uw nest Legislature of Tennessee. John Allison(4K., HV are authorized and requested to announce Juiues V. J)ltiioii a oan dulatu for Keprcacntalivu at the ensuing .November election. .-:. County , Court Clerk. T the Voters of Wasliingteu r . County. I hereby announce myself a candidate lor the olllee of Clerk of tile County Court ul the ensuing August election. . M. S: MAllflNEY. . We are authorized and requested to rin jiiiuiico 0. 1. itlarlin, a candidate fur County Court Clerk, at the turning Au gust election. We arc authorized and requested to1 announce J. F. (irlsliani, n candidate lor re-election to tho Otlice b'f C'dntry Court Clerk at the ensuing August elec tion k We am authorised and requested to announce Jhn C. Davidson a cundi ilute for County Court Clerk at the ensu ing August election. Circuit-Court Clerk. We are authorize...

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. — 9 April 1874

The Louisville Letter?. . ' 'Louisville, Jkrcli 31, 1874. The modern repetition of the South Sea ttubbla hurst here tovday. Two or three hunJrcd thousand people hayo bit? of waste paper in thoir .pocket-boolc to night, represcuting their fully and gulli bility in equal proportion. Aa an cbsor ver of this Louisville Library Drawing and its surroundings and not au obser ver holding a ticket either I must say it lias every appearance of being a Btupens dous sham end humbug. Yet such is the pecuniary fatness of its patronage 'that it has pretty nearly captured the State of Kentucky, newspapers and all. It is a pitiful sight to see the journals of this city libked together in tho work of rob bing the poor by filling their columns ith locals and double leaded editorials, artfully appealing to the paision for gam lling in human nature. Their puff's and advance allusions have been studiously romantic and soductive. The Courier Journal this morning ingeniously tell? how a New York lady, who ...

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. — 16 April 1874

Herald and Tribune. rl'LU-SIIED WEKKLT BY M. S. Mahonoy. Kates of Subscription. Herald and Tribune Bates of Advertising t Square One Insertion 1 W " KacU subsequent Insertion.... 76 Three Months . 8 00 'Six 8 00 i "One Year nod , Column One Year 28 00 i " " 40 09 J " 74 0 I " " 140 0 F or the announcement ol candidates tor Mate Offlees.HO; Countv,$5; .MunUVpnl $3, Invariably In advance. line 9 Sing'0 copy, ono yenr, $ 1,59 Five or mora copies, one year, each, 1,25 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 ggy For a club of Ten, at $1,23 each.we will tend one extra copy free for one year, to the getter up of the club. "Qa Honesty of Purposa and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. VOL. V. JONESBOROUGH, TENN., THURSDAY. APRIL 16. .1874. NO. 30 Her f 1 j 1 r l b TL E3 M O :o:- CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GAY BTKllET, Knoxville, - - - - - - Tennessee. HAVING REMOVKD INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WK ARE NOW ...

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. — 16 April 1874

llcraldund Tribune. C Wheeler, -M. S. Mahoney THURSDAY, APJUL 1G, " ; Uur IIojircFcntativ in Congress, lion. 15. 11. JJutler iu a letter to the Echo, attempts a reply to a rowniunlcatiou which appeared iu thia paper a few week s'mco signed Grant Republican.", The JuJgo Ltutes it is contrary to his custom to reply to newspaper articles and after pertisal of this somewhat lengthy. effa fion wo aro fully prepared to believe bii". It reads very much like a first atlompt and if ezpcrieuco and practice fails to improve bin-style it will be well for him if it l.i his last ouc. There is an element of shrewdness however iu the the got up of this article which may among people at u distance tend to justify what lit: B. kaid about the youth of tbh district tome .years ago as au txeuso for gelling his ca deisbip to ouo outsido of his immediate constituents. Mr. , Butler claimed then tbat he . eould . not find a boy in the 1st Congressional District qualifiod to pass the yVcst I'oint examination...

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. — 16 April 1874

Announcement. CouiUjrRepresentative. 1 hereby Announce myself n candidutt (o represent the .people of Washington i-murl)' lu tho lower branch of tho iicxt Legislature of Tennessee. . ' , ; . Jou.v ALLISON, jk., He are authorized ami " rcqueiitel to nnnouuee Jiiiiifs V.- J1iiiii h can didate tor Representative at tho .ciuuluj; .November election. ..-,- County Court Clerk. T the Voters r Wusliiuun v ; Couiiiy., . I hereby announce myself a candidate for the olllee of Clerk ot thu County Court at the ensuing August clcei'ion. M. 8. MA1I03EY. ' We arc ant homed and requested loan iloiincc. O. 1. irarihi, a candidate tor tenuity Court Clei u, at the ensuing An giU ettctlon. ' : ... ' , We are .authorized aud requested to announce J, I UrKliuiii u candidate fur re-.'leetion t tlieOUiee.of County Court Clerk at the.ctuulug August elec tion. i. . . -. ' '- ; : We are" authorized and requested to announce John C. Davidson a candi date for County Court Clerk at the ensu ing Aujii.-t 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. — 16 April 1874

For the Herald and Tiibune. . : ' Our Greatest Need. ...... ' Nona will deny, but that East Tennes see Is ia want of many advantages, vitb which many States ara blessed. " First among theso wants, stands promi nently forth, the great lack of "liberal education." The cry goes up to-day from our beau tiful hills and valleys, and is echoed through mountains of iron, and is mur mured by the rippling waters of a hundred dashing rushing streams. Why do, we not move onward in tha grand march of progress with those other States whose resources are for inforior ? The mponso comes back, you do not build on the firm foundation of liberal christian edu cation, and every tide of imposition, and storm of speculation, sweeps the sands from beneath you, and you continually siuk. This is why our great resources ara not developed and every 6tream does not turn a spindle. This is why our grand mountains still conceal their wealth of mineral, and so many broad acres go un- tiiicd t an enormous expense,...

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. — 23 April 1874

ii Herald and Tribune. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY t . ftf. B.Mahonoy. Kites of Subscription t . ,-iingle copy, ono year,.... .. 1,50 If i-er or more copies, one year, each, 1,25 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 lF For a club of Ten, at 11,23 c.ich.we send ono extra copy frpe for one year, to the getter up of .the club. ' & B' K O "V -A. " :q'" 7 EL CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKET T,- WHOLESALE GEOCEES COMMISSION Knoxvillc, - -' AVINO REMOVED INTO .OUR HOUSE. WE AUK NOW J'RKI'AUEl) TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUUEMENTS T'J THE TRADE IN OR O C E R IE S , Pull Lines Wooden Ware, TO BAG COS SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags, Solo Leather, Crackers, Cheese . Candies and Raisins, JYids of all Kinds, Fine Teas k Specialty, lKDIi.0 A SPECIALTY,. EVERT BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents -FOR . . ' . Lenoir's Cotton Yarns AND Ilolslon Salt and Plaster Comptuvfs S E receive' and sell on commission the at all times to get the best price for same, We Sell to Merchants Only. A. L. & H. a GILLESPIE & CO...

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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. — 23 April 1874

Iferald and Tribune. A C Wheeler, . . M. S. Mahoncy, , THCUSDAY, APRIL 23, 1874. ; TUc-Bristol News U noted for Its rad ically lmputlcut insults to the citizens 6f Wft3lilngtou county. That paper Ins ondilferout ocfinyions ahuiorl our citi cn wio have boon couipoUoil to nit as jurors, and whose Judgment nfter hear ing this evidence iu causos have been dilltercnt from what the A'etos would wUh aud desira thcrJn to bo. Iu the oium cf'I'etcr Yoaklev vs. John Haw . j . - ley, tt. al. which was tried iu our Cir cuit Court last week, that paper.says a great ninny ugty and uncalled for words about tho "radical Judge, radioal Jury and radical verdict." Our opinion about Fowler is that he' is a radical' 'democrat, aud that hh ideas about legal matters are radically wrong. The exhibition of Bpite and malice with, which Judge Gillenwaters has been assailed, both before and since his candidacy has a deep aud undeniable Hignifieancc. It shows the alarm and conntcrontion in the Camp of-the oppo s...

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. — 23 April 1874

Announcement. CoJ!:Y Representative. 1 hereby announce myself a ca nil Id ate t'o represent tho people of Washington county lu tlio lower braiich of tho next legislature of TcniMisce, John Allison, jn., H'c arc authorized and requested to innounco Jsiiurs V. Johnson a can didate for Ki-prcscntative at the ensuing jjuveiuber.vleetiou. . County Court Clerk. T tli Voters f Wuhiugtu . Couuty. - .thereby announce myself a candidate for the ollice of Clerk of the County Court at the ensuing August election. M. S. MA1IONEY. . vl'e are authorized and requested to an nounce O. P. Martin, a candidate for looiity Court Clerk, at tho elisuing Au gust election. . We are . authorized and requested to announce J. l Grisliuiu, a candidate lr re-clectlou to the Ollice of County Court Clerk at tho ensuing . Atigust elec tion. We aro authorized and requested to announce John V. Duvldson a candi date Tor County Court Clerk ut tho oiuu in:; August election, . - Circuit Court Clerk: We are authorized and...

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. — 23 April 1874

' ' . f tereetyplng:. One prooewof obtaioing easta is known ..the papier-madte stereotype. . This work consists (irst in forming a ipatriz sf ilicofg of paper pasted' together and wet pntjl the; are in a pulpy state ; after re maining in this state about twenty-four Routs they . are ready for nso. The pulpy mass is then-placed upon tie "form" of type'and beaten in by & Laid brush untH the impression is thoroughly taken, after which it is dried in a hot oven.- This .is the paper mold. Anothor method of et9reotypiDg, the one employed", by ' Mr. Robbrt Eowelrof Lou'ibtUIo, is to pour plaster dt Paris reduced to the consisten cy of cream, over tbo form of typo aud allow it to harden. The plaster of Paris makes a much bettor mold than paper, and is prepared in less time. These molds are 'placed in an iron , pun and covered with a close-fiting lid of toe tame material ; the whole is then gradut ally pubmerged in a pan of molton "type metal" (lead, tin, and antimony), the cov er haviDg...

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. — 30 April 1874

Herald and Tribune. rUBLISHED WEEKLY BY M. B.1 Mahonoy. ., Bates cf Subscription! Single copy, one year, 9 1,S0 five or more copies, one year, each, 1,23 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 ljr For a club of Ten, at 1 ,23 each, we viil send ono extra copy freo for one year, to the getter up of the club. i JR B M O :o:- CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, V WHOLESALE' ' ' GRQGERS .AND- COMMISSION MER CHANTS, ' ' ; ; ejexxry. stuiiet, Knoxville, - - -; - - - Ten ncsscc KAVING REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL, INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN G ROOKIES, Full Lines Wooden Ware, T OB. .A. CO OS SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags, Solo Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Ntils of all Kinds, Fine Teas A Specialty, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERT BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents ' FOR ' - ' Lenoir's Coltou Yarns AND Ilolston Salt and Plaster Company's S ALT. E receivo and sell on commission the ut all times to got tho best price for same. We Sel...

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. — 30 April 1874

Herald and Tribune. 0. Wbfteler, " M. S. Mahoncy, THURSDAY, APRIL 80. 1871 THE COLORED EVf CON. VEXTIOX. Tomorrow cur colored fvie&de meet in Convention at Bulla Gap, at which time wc presume they will in a measure decide upon what course they will pur sue toinrd the several aspirants for oilloo, especially In regard to the two prominent candidates for Congression si honors at the November election. We feel loth to give advice whore none in actually required, believing ns we do ' that the colored people of this District are already pretty ' well in formed as to the merits tf the two as pirants, Judge Gillenwatcrs and R. R. Hntler, so far as their claims upon the suffrage of tlreir race is concerned. Mr. Dutler lias been In Congress for a uunibcf of years, and if they can find wherein' he has lent his influence to the advancement of 'their' interests in a Hingfe instance, wo would be giad to lienr of it, aud to give liim credit ac. f orcfrngly. It can not bo claimed that nV has f...

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. — 30 April 1874

Announcement. County Representative. . . I hereby announce myself a candidate to rpicent the lieople of Washington (ouiity in the lawer branch of the uett 1 eglslature of Tennessee. John Aluson, jb." H are authorized and requestod to announce. J suites V. JhiiK0ii a cau- diilato for iiepreaentatlve at thu uuinjf .November election. . County Court Clerk. 1T the Voters f Wushlngteii , Ceuuty. . I hereby annonnco myself a candidate fir the ntllce ol Clerk of the County Court l the enduing Augunt election. ti ,(1Mi S.MA1IONEY. t'c are authorized and recj nested tuaiv nonuco O. P. Murlln, a can lidate for County Court Clerk, at the ensuing Au gust election, . - -.-'...'.: . ;'!. We are authorized and requested to announce J. F. CirtsliitiH, a candidate fur rc-cloT.iou to the Otlli o of County Court Clerk at the ensuing August dec tiou. .... We are nuthorb.ed ami requested to announce Jhu C. Dsivltlse-n a candi date for County Court Clerk at the eusu Ing August election. , , ' Circuit Cou...

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. — 30 April 1874

WAMIINGTOS COUNTY COUN CIL OF ORANGES. let Orgaulzatlt-n. trcambh. Ia order mere fully to promote tie mutual interest of the Patrons of Hus bandry of Washington county, it lias tt solved by the different Oranges ia Con ventional assembly to form council to bo composed of delegates from all tbo Oranges in tbe county whicb may be de sirous of availing themselves of tbe bene fits tbat may result from suob organiza tion CO.'STITTJTION. Art 1st. Tbis organization sball be iuown as Washington Couty Council of Orangos. Art 2nd. Tbis council sball be con stituted an follows. Each Grange of tbo Patrons of Husbandry in the county of Washington, may on tbe first Tuesday in March of each year elect three delegates to serve twelve months. In addition thereto tbe Worthy Master, Secretary and the Lady officers of each Orange bhall be ex officer members of the County Council. Art 3. Iu tbo election of officers and upon all questions each member sball bo entitled to one vote. Art 4th. The officers o...

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. — 7 May 1874

Herald and Tribune. iv -d - r- Tz : i-N Herald and Tribune TUBLLSnED VEEKLY BY M. S. Alahonoy Kates of Subscription i Hinglff copy, one year, 1,50 yivc or more copies, one year, each, 1,23 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 gy For a club of Ton, at tl,M cacli,we viil tend ono extra copy free for ono year, to the getter up of the club. -5a ES ILVE O :o: CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, , V GAY STREET, Knoxvillc, - - - - - - Tennessee HAVING REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WE AUK NOW PRKl'AREl) TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN G RO CE RIBS , Full Lines Wooden Ware, T O IB A c a o s SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bass, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Mils of all Kinds, Fine Teas A Specialty, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVEET BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents FOR- Lenoir's Cotton Yarns AND Ilolston Sail and Plaster Company's 8 ALT r, -1 i ..Ii l.nT.rnnnr. nf f hit Annntrv ftnd will finnVlLVOr C TOOeiVO anu BOH v wm.uiw.u....

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. — 7 May 1874

- Htfrald and.Trib'une. "C Wheeleri . M. S. Mahoney, Editors. ' . THURSDAY, .MAT, 71K4 . . i . ' la the lust few months many different organizations have been established in tbis county, by those who are interested in the Agricultural interests of the coun try, and it was thought at one time that tho more would become general, and ' tint great good would be accomplished for tie Tarnrers. ' liilt nstwitbstanding the assurance given by the leaders" who read from the printed constitution of the order that it was not political in its bearings, ' many have stood aloof and refused to join it believing froin the well known character of some of the leaders that it was a po litical organisation and dcsignod to ac complish certain political ends. Among these were some of the bast farmers in Wailingtoa Comity, men as deeply in terested in Agricultural affairs as any in . the country but determined to exorcise their political ptivilogcs untrarameied by tho fnSluetic of politic!, secret or ganiz...

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. — 7 May 1874

Ahntfuncoment. Coiyity Representative. o hp mithorfoed mill i-nnii(tAil to i an il)Unco T. A. mitldleton, a candidate hi County Kcpreseiitanvc at t,tie ensuing ovenibnr election. Subject however to ,'l,e ratification of a Republican Conven tion. I hereby announce- myself a candidate (o represent the people of Washington county b 1,10 lower branch of the next Li'cislaturo of Tennessee. JOHN ALLISON, JB., He arc authorized and requested to announce J nines . Jfrtutsem a can didate lor Representative at the ensuing jiovcinbor election. --. County Cffart ClerS. X the Voters of Wasliingtem County . Wifliv announce mvself a camliduU for the ollice of Clerk of the County Court t tut- eusuiujj Aiigui cmmiun. 31. S. MA1IONEY. We are authorized and requested to an nounce O. I. Martin, a candidate lor County Court Clerk, at the eusuiug Au. just election. We aro authorized and requested to announce J. 1 Oi Isliiiiu, a candidate lur re-election to the Ullice of County Court tier at tnc ensuing A...

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. — 7 May 1874

'J -i Zligrii-Tdf minsr better tliuu Kc - ...... . . frniintr I would cot breath one word against tie nolle class of reformer who are agitating all these great questions of the day, which effect the moral, physical and intellectual welfare of our race for they are truly doing a great and good work, tut thore is a greater and better work to be done than even these are striving to occora llia!u A work that shall do more and better things than it is possillo for any reformer to do, and this great end glo rions work is right-reforming right buil ding up in the beginning l ' The laying down of good substantial corner stones end building thereon such noble, staunch ind beautiful edificies, that they shall never need reforming a remoddling but will stand perfect in their symmetry till they are worn out with the inevitable de cay of old age. . Father's, Mother's, pa rent's and teacher's, you who are guides and guardians of the young, begiuyour work new and to-day. " Begin this work cfRightr...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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