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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 May 1874

Herald and Tribune. ri'BLISHED WEERLT ST M. B. Mahonoy. Bates of Subscription t Single copy, ona year, 1,50 five or mora copies, one year, each, 1,25 Ten or mere copies, ono year, each, 1.00 jgy For a club of Ten, at $1,23 cach,we will send ona extra copy free for one year, ta the gotter up of the club. -Ss EBMOYAL . :o:- CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GEOOERS - AND COMMISSION GAY STBKET, Knoxville, ii AVINO REMOVED INTO OUR HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN GR OGERIES, Full Lines Wooden Ware, T O-S'A'O C O S SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags," Solo Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, JYuis of all Kinds, Pine Teas A Specialty, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents FOR Lenoir's Cotton Yams AND llolslon Salt and Plaster Company's & ALT. E reoolvo and sell on commission the at all times to get the best price for same. Wc Sell to Merchants Only. A. L. &H. C. GILLESPIE & COv ALFRED J. O jtLESriE, " HEN...

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. — 14 May 1874

Herald and Tribune. C Wheeler, . . M. S. Hahoney, Editors; THURSDAY, MAY-, 14 IKU A WORD TO KEPI 11 L1C AS. As onr readers are well aware tbtre tire a litrge nuuiber of candidates for the different county office?, and among these the proportion of Republicans to those of the opposito party is comparatively large. Thoro are also several organizations in the county which recent developments have shown to havo a political tendency. It is well known that the Democracy have taken a more active part in organizing 4heae difforent associations than thoy lave ever done in coonootion with any other ' enterprise either social, financial, religious or educational. Tboy have as a rulo been the leaders and the most active participants in all the proceedings of the various associations, and while we would uot intentionally missrepreaent their mo tives wo would warn our Republican friends in tho most dalicate manner possi ble, that perhaps their inovemonta will bear watohing. We know that many of t...

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. — 14 May 1874

Announcement. Cotfflty Representative. Yc are authorized and requested to an hoiinfio T. A. fflidtllrlou, a candidate r County lJfpreseiitiitive at the ensuing NoveinlK'i' election.' Subject however to tV utilisation of a liepublicuu Cotiveh (ion. - - - ' -" hereby announce myself a candidate i n iiii'M'tit the people of Washington ...unity ill -llu lower branch of the next i..ri,Uturo oi'Tenueswe. John Allison, jr., He are authorized and requested to announce James V. Jliuoii a can jiJate for llcpresentatlve at the ensuing ,uvi'inber elcctlou. ;.,'. County Court Clerk.- X the Voters ' Wu.shiuston . Cauuty. . I hereby announce myself a candidate rur the olUcc ol 'Clerk of the County Court t the ensuing August election. M. S. M AIIOX EY. Wc are authorized and t en nested to an nounce O. P. Blartin, a candidate lor County Court Clerk, at tho ensuing Au Uiiit election. We are authorized atid requested to . .(. ....... M V. tarivliuiu. u candidHtH ir r-electioti to the Olllce of County ...

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. — 14 May 1874

For tHe lleralJ and Tribune. E3253!,'. . Freueu. TMs subject penetrates the inermost recesses of the heart, causing it to gather the clouds of despair and concentrate them in the seat of affection, without a ray of hope to speak peace to the troubled soul, to die, and bo forgotton is a sad, tad thought, the passerby will ere long pluck the wild rose and the violet from our si lent resting place,witb scarcely a thought upon the one slumbering leneath them. Dayly and hourly we heaf this simple expression coming from the lips of the young and old, the business men of the period, the lady in the drawing room, the old maa loaning on the staff, all more or less repeat, Forgotten Bobold that lad the pride of the moth er, tho joy of the father, wo see him reared in the lap of luxury the idol of the household, all learn to bow to every whim, Le has but to command and all is woll, early he learns to kneel at his mother's side lisping, "Our Father, who art in Heaven," with pride tho fond paren...

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. — 28 May 1874

Herald and Tribune. ITIILISIIKD WKEKLY BY ISt. JVlnhonoy. IUltscf Subscription j hingle copy, one year, 5 1,5a Kivc or wore copies, one year, each, 1,23 Ton or mere copies, one your, each, 1.00 jnj Knr acliibofTen.at$l,23 cacli,we willecnd one extra copy free for one rear, to the gctijr-r up of tlio club, -j JEi. E IfVL" OY AL . : CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GROCER AND COMMISSION GAY STKllET, Knoxville, 11 AYIXO RKMOVED INTO OUR HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN GROCER I ES , Full Lilies Wooden Ware, T O jB -A- O O O O SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags, Sole Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Vwfs of all Kinds, Fine Teas A Speiality, INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents FOR Lenoir's Cotton Yarns AND rr.l.l Cf 1 M ... ,1 H ALT . UE receive and soil on commission the product of the country and will endeavor H at all times to get the best price for same. We Sell to Merchants Only. A. L; & H. C. GILLESPI...

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. — 28 May 1874

Herald and Tribune. C. Wheeler, M S. Mahoney, DITOH3. THURSDAY, MAY 28,1874. The Echo of last week contains a communication signed "Republican U ran ger," over which Democrat? will doalt less rejoice, The article itsolf is remark able for nothing except an entire absonse of Republican: ideas and Republican sentiments. We have grave doobU of its ever Laving been written by a RiJVublican. It sounds taoro like the language of a Democrat, but it may possibly tave been fathwed by some deluded Republican who has lost all interest in the great ob jects for which tkat fart was organised. Parties are orgawited upon platform of principles, and men join tkera for the ; purpose of carrying out the objects set forth in that jauri. w nenevcr iuty ... -A 1 V Cm SknA yVttAA nnA Aft p; sent to oprat 'with party bawd upon cmerent &na aningoninio pnnoi pls, their sonnection with the first men tioned party esas ana tney uecorae a pan and parcel of the other.: A person can not call himself a Republi...

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. — 28 May 1874

AnnniucciSent. ' County Representative W'e are ijutliorizod and rsqucstcd to unnnunco JajieS A. WfSt, a candidate for HcpreseUamVat the ensuing Novem ber election. ' We an rJityofi.ed nnd requested to an nminci! T. A, flll1llctii, a candidal lor County Representative tit tlie ensuing Novcnilfr election. Subject however to ilic ritlti'-' ttioii of a liepiiblican Conven tion. ' , ; j "I hereby announce myself a candidate tp represent the people of Washington rUn'y in the lower branch of the next legislature of Tennessee. b John Allison, jk., He are authorized and requested to timoiince J units V. Jhiifn a can didate for Keprcsentutive at the ensuing November election. : . County Court Clerk. We are authorized and requested to announce Joseph M. Horton, Candi date for Couuty Court Clerk at the en duing August electiou. . r T the Voters f Wnslilngtn County. i terebT announce myself a candidate for the ollice of Clerk of the County Court at the ensuing August election. M'. 8. MAllONEY. W...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 May 1874

Hems. Editors: As I will interest some of tour renders who asked tue to write tliera, and possiblj others who did not; you will in?ert a few lines in pur oolutus from joy pen ; til us freeing me of tba task of over on dozen additional let tori : For when one goes "West" tWa left behind all wih to know about the same thlng,-io. 'Uy what roula did you purchase your ticket, and where ; what did it cost, what attractive things did you Fee in tbe line of cities, country, pcoploi animals, scenery, 4c, bow. long was you on tba way, any", accidents or no, when you rcatbod your destination, what kind of a country did you see? Wbnt do you noW thiuk cf tie productiveness of the roil ? Co tbe crops look well now ? How abcut climate ; and dually bow do you like ihfl people, and their ways, do? I can not give a satisfactory auwer to many ef mcb questions, nor would I attempt to tell all that is to be seen on the road from Tennessee to California, but I will only give a slight synopsis of what mos...

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. — 4 June 1874

ii Herald and Tribune. I'CliLlSlIKD WJCLKLY BY M. B. Mahoncy. Kates or Subscriptions Single copy, one year, 1,60 Vive or more copies, one year, each, 1,23 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, ,1.00 jgy For a club of Ten. at $1,23 euch.wc will rend ouo extra copy free for one year, to the Ratter tip e-f tho club, n5$a . 33. 33 M'O'Y A L . :o: CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Knoxvillc, - - - - - - Tennessee AVING 11EMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSK. WH A HE NOW lTiEI'AKED TO OI'TER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN GROCERIES, Full Lines Wooden Ware, TOBACCO O SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bags, Sole Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Mils of all Kinds, Fine Teas A Speiality, ... INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVEOT BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents -FOR Lenoir's Cotton Yarns AND- Ifolston Salt and Plaster Company's ALT. ilTK receive and sell on commission the products of tie country and will endeavor H at all times to get the best pric...

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. — 4 June 1874

Herald and Tribune! . f TT71 1 MsSneyrl Editors. TIIUKSDAY, JUNES 4, 187J. POLITICAL PARTU S. Kver since the Gaveminent Las been in existenec t epeopblwe Le-n divideil into two or more parties organized with the view of carrying out or defeating cortain measures. ' This remark is also truo of a all countries and nations since lLo cstab lishment of civil, government, and this state of affairs, will doubtless continue until thVeiid of time. Parties in tho past havo had their uses and many of tbem bavo accomplished great results. New parties aro euly formed when great National questions arise upon which men of opposite iews f take opposi'.e sides. Id this1 country during and since the late Civil War thero lias been but two great National parties : the pne which lent its influence to destroy the Uaion and the one that saved it. The issues which lave agitatod the people since the war grew out of that struggle, and the men who confronted each other on tho buttle field, hare met face to fa...

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. — 4 June 1874

Announc emont . State Senator. Wo nro authorized and requested lo nnnouncQ Stephen A, " Bovell, a candidato tor Suite Senator, ut tho ensu ing November cloctinu. -. County Representative. Wo are authorized nnd requcstoJ to nnnounco JanifS A. AVfSt, a candidate fur Representative at tho ensuing Novem ber election. We are nulliorizcd nndre(iiest,cd to nn tioiinco T. A. jnicldlrton, a candidate fur County Representative at t lie ensuing November election. Subject how ever to the ralitlcation of a Itepiibliciin t'onveti tiou. I hereby announce myself n candidate lo re recent the people .of Washington county in the lower branch of the next Legislature of Tennessee. . Joux Allison, jr., He arc authorized and requested to announce J limes V. J 1iuhoii a can didate for llepresentativo ut thu (mailing November election. " County Court Clerk. . We are authorized and requested to announce- James A. Shepherd, a candidate for County Court Clerk, ut the ensuing August electiou. Wo nro authorized ...

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. — 4 June 1874

-COMMUNICATIONS qubaJLSLr",,-,,-''''aaarea MeMii Editors: I wa.i t ry much gratified fa prulng tin artielo in your hut issue, on the iubjoct( of a ''Wlma't Grower! Association." An eaterprisc of thii kidd 'once est&WUleJ, would loon gather about it strength tint would mould -it into a permanent fi.Uure .And the good resulting from it cannot readily be calenlatod.jpuj Ens( Tetjnejssce land ara peculiarly adapted to wheat growing, and wheat, has 'bScotffe our staple grain crop, yet our average yield per acre is very small, ftrr too muoh eo. Here liei the obief trouble, and from this cause our most important crop is an unprofitable one to many of our farmers. The seeded relief comes not incultivatingwore acres, but in making fewer acres produce ore bushels. If we would i earnestly to work, nk improve' ow lands'," we at once begin to reap tatis'actory harvests, and soon will attain to be the greut and pros perons people that we should. ' Messrs. Lditors, we' like your artiole very m...

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. — 11 June 1874

Herald and Tribune. rUDLLSHED WEEKLY BY M. 8. Alahonoy. K -t Herald and Tribune. Katrs of Atlvfttis.il g: nn 01 eraia Rates of Subscription: iriDU e.-. Square one Insertion, 1 CD ' Kach subsequent Insertion.... 7' " Three Jiontlis, , j ( "Six soil 1 " One Year j tm i Column One Year . , ii on " 40(0 t " 4 o 1 " " HO i l-'or the announcement ol candidates lor Hate tmiers.)0; County, .Municipal 13, Invariably hi advance. Sin'lo copy, one year, 1,30 Hvc or more copies, one year, each, 1,25 Ten or mere copleB, one year, each, 1.00 guy For a club of Ten, at $1,23 each,we will fend one extra copy free for owe year, to the getter up of tho club, -jj Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to tha. People. VOL. V. JONESBOROUGH, TENN., THURSDAY. JUNE. 11 1874. NO. 38. n IR-E -Mi O "V .A. L . CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, GAY BTRHET, Knoxville, Tennessee ii AVINO REMOVED INTO OtT. NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WE ARK 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. — 11 June 1874

Herald and Tribune. CWheeler, M S. Makoney, ) Edttoks. TIIUKSHAY, JUNK 111871. liri't'DLICAN 3VE.VriO.. YJ have bad presented to us a petition signed by a lurgo number of leading Re publicans from every District ' in the toutity rcnoting the Republican Caudi dates to so aJju.it their differences as to havo only one to run for each offico. In case- of tho candidates failing to comply with this request tho petitioners call for a Republican Convention to meet at the Court 'House-in Joncsboro', on tlm 1st Monday in July, next, to select candidates for tho different offices. V"o are request ed to call on the Republicnns to lold primary meetings in each Pittrict at onco, to appoiut delegates to tho County Con ventiun. Wo shall publish tho Tetition aud call in full, next. Mcantimo wo re (jucdt republicans throughout tho county to rc.cpond promptly to tho call, and ar rango for tho Convention in every Dis trict. Thid 13 our only hopo for a suc cessful issuo in tho coming election. Tho oppos...

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. — 11 June 1874

Announcement. State Senator. Wc urn authorised nnd requested to muHjumo Stephen A. Bqvell, a candidate to represent tho 1st Senatorial iitri-t of Tcnticsseo, composed of the ittittitios of (.Irconc, Washington, Johnson Carter, nt tlio ensuing November flection. County Representative. Vc arc authorized nnd requested to xnimiinco JaiDfS A. AYfSt, a -Candida to fur Keprosentativo at tho cnsuiDg Novcm lot clectiou. W e are iinllioi lzt'd nnd requested to an nounce 'I'. A. I1idllrtu, a candidate County I ;-iic.c n t :il i v! ut tho ciisuinr ovcnibcrclcclion. Subject however to ili,e lAliliculiou of a ".Lepublicau C'ouvcu- I hereby announce myself acandidate to represent the people of Washington ruiiiity iu the lower brunch of tho in-xt l'Ufiituru of Tennessee. John Allison, jk., Hi- arc authorized and roqitestcd to announce. Jiimrs V. Jliuit n can didate for KcprcKentalivc ut the ensuing November election. County JUqurt Cierk, Wo are authorized ami requested to an- nounco James A. Shephe...

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. — 11 June 1874

1 i ! At Evansvi , recently, a man foil i ito ditcb oi the outilirta of tbo town. A I r e4cstnin helped him to his feet, and af ter the thing bad been accomplished our hero n$ : ''All right hie I'll vote for you,0 The stranger looked at him doubtfully, and wished to know what for "What office you runnin'fur?" "I? Nono at all," was the aimer. "Not a candidate?" "No, why ?' "Why Lio ivby ? 'Cause I dou't know as any man'd bio help 'notber as you did' tbout lein' a candidate !" A joiag bicbelor who bad laen ap pointed Sheriff was called upon to serve an attachment against a beautiful young widow. He accordingly call upon bar and aid : "Madam, I bare an attachment for you." Tbo widow blushei and said Lis attachment was reciprocated. ,(You dou't understand me ; you must piocoed to court." "I know it is leap year, sir, but I prefer you to do tho courting." "iMra. 1'., this is no time for trifling ; tho Jus tioe is waiting." The Justice! why, I prefer a parson." Good Students .'resident Au...

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. — 18 June 1874

ii Herald and Tribune. . ii i r ii i ii i . i . , . M T.I.I.SIli:i WKKKLY liY jt. B. JSlahoncy. ; Kates cf Subscriptions, Single copy, one yeiav 1,50 j-'lve or more copies, one year, each, l,a."SJ Ten or mere topic, one yeur, each, 1.00 l-j" For a club or Ten, at 91 ,23 caeh,we yill mul ona extra copy free for one yeur, to the pctter up of the club, rja R E M O :o- CARPENTER, EOSS ... & LOCKETT, - WIIOLKSALK GROCERS AND COMMISSION MR CHANS, VGAY STHKET, UnoxvillC) - - - Tennessee .WING REMOYKD INTO OUR HOUSM. WK AUK NOW I'ltKl'AltKD TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS V) THE TRADE IN G R O C E B I S, Full Lines Wooden Ware, TOB ACC Q O SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Baas Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, JVuls of all Kinth) Fine Teas A Speiality, JNDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents FOR Lenoir's AND Ilolslon Salt and Plaster Company's S ALT. E receive and sell on commission the at all times to get the best price fur same, Wc Sell (o Merchants Only. A. L. & IL C. ...

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. — 18 June 1874

Herald and Tribune. S;YfeeLer,;' : - Editors. M S. Mahoney, f TUUUgDAY, JUNE H187I. " SENSIBLE. ... ... , We clip tho following sensible remarks from tho Knoxvillo Chronicle..' They will hpply with great" force to a few blatant oftico seekers in this county, who ore trying to mako capital out of nothing ly forcing their own opinions upon the peoplo and mtareprencnting those of others. 5ut'tve bha'l, attend to their rases in due season and tho result may Is different from what they imagine. The Chronicle says : Soirio men who ' ima'gino that the people of Knox County are all block-hcad.s, without' capacity to judge between reason and sophistry, aro going areund and making speeches ti very small audiences, instructing voters as to their duties iu the approaching Au gust election?, This is lost time. '' Men who stood no chanco previously, can not inako capital by palavering about ' Civil KighU a question' not now at Issue and the sooner theso great statesmen (?) un derstand tLia tho be...

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. — 18 June 1874

Announcement. Stato Senator. Wo are authorized and rciiucstod to unnouMou Stephen A. Bovell, a candidate to represent the 1st ' Senatorial Ristrict of Tcuncssoe, composed of the counties of Greene, Washington, Johnson nil Carter, nt the ensuing November election. CounjtyRepresejn.tatve. , Wo aie autlior'uod mid refjueatod to announce Dr. J. Lcab, a candidate for Representative nt tho ensuing Novombcr election. '' ' ;, . ; ; ' We aro authorized, and requested to nnnounee JaiUCS A. Wf St, a candidate .r Representative at tUo eusuing Novem ber eiceuou. We arc authorized a ml requested to an uo.uice T. A, JTlUIllrlo, :i candidate tor County Representative ut the miming Vovemb'M-olectinn. hub ect However to lint rtltlcatlou of a Republican Conven tion. I hereby announce myself a candidate t'o represent the people of Washington l oiiutriu the lower branch of tin: next Legislature of Tennessee. John Allison, jr., irp me authorized and renncstcd to nm. ounce JlllllfS V. JfcllllKWII It Can d...

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. — 18 June 1874

'Messrs. Editors: In neither, of my previous' letters linvc I said anything of the auimatcJ Icings to lo seen along lL ronJ from Omaha,, westward. A number of parous frciu tho Stutcs wcro vciy anxious tisaa tho Indiana who woro fie- JUCQtU at tho Station., motioning for the j'ltsscngirs to fchow their charity ; herds. f Autclopcs are to bo teen frequently noar the road, l'ut the Prairie dog citii i itercatcd ruo as much as anything of the kind, these little nnitaxls- ore about bno t'zo of a catr W moot eompaetly Wit ; they live in settlcmeuts, their Louses con sisting of a small mound ia the top of which is !m1q, when taey hear the train eoming they perch tip Dear their mound on their louses and lark at it till it gets very near, thoy then scamper into their dens in a hurry. The Sierra Nevada, this range presents ji much woro formida ble enemy to rail roading that the Regi ments engineering fekill and plenty of money solved tho problem, thus tho road now is put through tunnels, and ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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