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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 July 1874

0. r 1 - : r j'.t r ft -I 4 ... ing EL, mo UK ed S ft. rUBLISIliip W'JtEjiLY BY . S. Mahonoy. mies of Subscription , Ifyiglo copy, one year, 1,50 . Jive or moro copies, one year, each, 1,25 jTcaorniero copies, one year, caclij 1.00 , XaT for a club of Ten, at eijcjijwc will tend enetnij copy free for one oar, to theUjur ypVfthc club, -a e. e m: o ft j T CARPENTER BOSS & LOGKETT, GBOCEES, ANp :--::-v " COMMISSION MERCHA TS, GAY B JilJS, Knoxvillc, ii AVINll REMOVED INTO OUR HOUSE. "WE ARE NOW l'llEPARE INDUCEMENTS TQ G R O C E R I E S, Full Liuc Wooden Ware, rn o b .a. a Q Q , SNUQF and CIGARS, jGraiii Bags, golo Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, JVirfe o all Kinds, ". .''' . ' :. ' Tino Teas A fNDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY Vljoleslo " FOR Lcnqir's Cplloii AND Jlolslon $all and s (TjrE reccWo and fedl on'comtnireion tbo products of thoccuntry tnd yill endcavo H. at ajlwea to get tbo beat prjcp for fame. 1 ' "' f '. ' ! ' ! . . ; , ,;; ' , ... ..( ! , Wc Sell t9 Mi)rclian...

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 July 1874

V - Jlcrald-and Tribune. C.Wheeler, . M S. Mahoneyy Editors, TIIURSDAYj JULY 30 1874. THE ELECTION. ' Oue vrcok from to-day closes the Suni 1 mer campaign. A warmer and more ex citing canvass for county offices we have ; cot had for many years. We appeal kto our citkeus to be en tie watch, for no doubt many false rumors will be circular ted on tlio morning of tho election calcu lated to injure gdod and . worthy man. With'the nunibor of candidates before ynu, there will bo a good opportunity to ' select true and sao men for the different ofiioes. We also appeal 'to you to ibe calm and deliberate on that day. Do not lot your anxiety for'your friend's 'success cause you to say or do -any aot that you might ' regret in the futare. Vote fcr thoso you beliove to be worthy &Bd can fill the different offices with honor and credit, and be sure you are not imposed upon by false statements from designing men, " " ' .' ' tiiFfXir. . . The refreshing rains have boon sent in due time. The whe...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 July 1874

ll 11 ': 7 i r I r t Herald and Tribune. . THURSDAY, JULY 30 1874. Jonesboro' District, M. E. Church Fourth Round. Klizabotbton Cir. Craborchard, Jul 7 18. Taylorsville Cir. Deep Springs, 25. hiizabethton Station Aug, Jonesboro' Cir.; Johnson City, Rheatown Cir., Stonedam, ' 1. 8. 15. 22. 29. 5. 12. Greonville Cir. Speedwell, Jonesboro' Station Carter Station Cir. Turkeytown ' Sopt, Fall Branch Cir. Greeneville Station " 19 1 District Conference will meet at Eliza pethton, July 29th. All tho members are expected to be prevent,' and the preachert are requested to romain over SabhatK, ; - . . iimkmks L, IIanx, P, E, '' Junel5th. . ' Countj Court next Monday, . Latest sensationThe Circus. And still the rain continues. A Tobacco wagon was on ' the street . Monday. Ex-President Johnson potd at Blount-Tilie-, Monday. - i - Lawyers are beginning to get ready for the Circuit Court. Candidates are beginning to scatter their circulars and tickets. ' Thoro ' was considerable Caucusing among th...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 July 1874

j i i. ; m, mmm 1 1 1 i 1 :mt 0 T l?TJio WprW Wonders fi WIT V 1 riV. TJ qiTT rii " Tl 111 XX ikJ XllilX AuUius Liver livzu 7 iatoiy Go Far Excclls all Other , FAMILYvJIEDIOINES ' Now BoibfoTlib People- ; Tho reason Is It Is tlio result ot thirty ilvo years gathering and experimenting with tho BoUUiicjnedlolncH unlll wo have brought It to tho pre sent ctr.to of pcrfoc tlon und now provoa Hi yoiulciriil vir tue 3 lit il.03 Gcloic going among fetran gcrs, and We now holdly challenge tho world to prndueo itsi:nuAi,s ns a genu ine saie and liLLiABti; family medi cine. It cures nil derangement of the Liver and bowels u:id paj Hies the blood, lias cured several, cases of scrofula, pre vents c.nj cuiva diseases generally If tak en In time (Cholera ana all fevers not bxceMcd) hence evcrv family should keen It la their house and thus prevent Blck D088 and Doctor bills. it la a purely veg etable eojripouad made ot the Boots of American growtu, their Medicinal pro perties cxtracaveirwru: pinea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 August 1874

1: Herald and Tribune. Herald and Tribune. lutrsof Adrf rtlslig t 1 Sijimreono Insertion ........1 00 " Each subsequent insertion.... 7i " Three iloiuhs, 5 CO "tlx " , 8(0 I "One Year 1'J Cd s ! Column One Year ft 00 "... 40 00 rt'DLISHED WEEKLY UY J.I.3B. Mahoncy. ' Kates of Subscription t erald r 1 0 rib'une. it! i Sins' rivo o fen o !a copy, one year, V i,u or more copies, one year, each, 1 ,23 or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. i 73 00 , 140 0 C For a club of Ten, at Jl,23 enoh,wo 111 mnd one extra copy free for one cfir, to the gutter up of the club, VOL. V. JONESBOROUGH, TENN., THURSDAY. AUGUST, 6, 1874. NO. 46. for the annmiheenieht oi candidates (or State Oltices.eiO-County, oj Muuiclpal I J, Invariably In advance. H IF - a s hi if V i -:q:- CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE i n GROCERS AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, '. GA Y BKl, flnoxvillct - - - AVINO REMOVED INTO OUR HOUSE. WE AllE NO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 August 1874

I 11 .' i .. --I I ;-.u ' f . ' i" , 1, 'l i . 1 - '. ,r 3 Herald and Tribune. U. Wheeler, ' rt, M S. Mahonev; ( .ITOKS. POLITICAL NEWS. From Hip Knoxvlllo Chronicle.) McMlnn County Election. ' ,TiiEN8,'ri;KN.,Ang..Cii,l874.' Five d stricts have been heaved from nnd give for Sheriff, Witt, republican, 283;. Garrison, p'emocrat, 2CG; Reui'ro, Independent,. 119. ." For Circuit Court Clerk; Slovcr." Democrat, 550; Uego, Republican,- 171. For County Court ClcrfcLlizard, Democrat, SCO; Pfldson, Republican, 174. r For' Tax- Collector, Rico, Democrat, 205; Small, Republican 471. , . S. 1. Ivans. Pradley County Election'. Cleveland, Aug. 6, 10:30 r.M. With one exceptisn County Court Clerk tbo entire Republican ticket is elected. For Sheriff, , Isaac Lowe;- for Circuit Court Clerk. W. II. ' Curry ; for County County Clerk, J. II. , ltucker; for Register, Joo. Hicks; for Trustee, W. L.'Gass. - 3. m. r. Loudon County Election-" , Loudon, Aug. 7. ll':30 r. m. " Turner, tho old Sheriff, Las a. m...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 August 1874

Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY, AUGUST C. 1,871. Jonesboro' District, M. E. Church Fourth Round. Klinnethton Cir. Craborcbnrd, July 18. Taytorsville Cir. Deep Springs. 25. Klwabelbton Station - Aug. 1. Joucsboro' Cir., Johnson City, , 8. Rheatown Cir., Stonedaro, ' 15. (Jrccnville Cir. Speedwell, " ,22. Joncfboro' Station ' ' " . 29. Carter Station Cir. Turkytown Sept. 5. Fall Branch Cir. 12. Oreonevillo Station 19. District Conferenco wilt meet at Eliza bethtoo, July 29th. All tlio members are expected to be present, and tbe preacliers are requested to remain over Sabbath. Jonathan L. Manx, P, E. Juno 15th. Up "We Go. Today we bid adieu to our friends and Btart on tho trip "up Salt River.'' . Tlio number of passengers 6u board is perhaps larger than was over known before, and as most of thera are kind heartod, noblo follows, we hopo for a pleasant trip and safe return. Tbo country is well known to some of our associates who will be ablo to peiiit out to us many places of interest but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 August 1874

. J. 1U k -4 . iil .1 ;. he World Wonders Wm IT IS MAT. ,in(ins Liver Recu V lator, Sc tar Excells all Other I'AMILY MEDICINES Now Before The People- The reason Is It Is the result of thirty i roars gathering and cxpiriinriitlnr ! llUtliu Botanic medicines until we haw ought 'I to the present state of eifcc on and now proves its w onderful vir . leg at home before going among strnn- is, and we now boldly challenge the '' 'orldtopr-idui-e Its KQUALB asngenu ;ic sakk and kei.iablk family niedl Vino. ltciir!3 all derangement of the , jverand bowels, and purines the blood, i '"as cured several cases of scrofula, pro mt and cures diseases generally If tak k vnlutlnio (Cholera and all fevers not 'iccpted) hence every family should keep in their house and thus prevent slck ' irss and Doctor bil.ls Itisa purely veg ; 'table compound made ot the Roots of j American growm, their Medicinal pro ,.. u'ltiesexliaeated with pine apple vinc , ,'iir without onu drop of spirits. Where "i in medicine ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 August 1874

! hi K) IK. U S E. IA 8 no. lot the er. and :tb op- rcn. lGB ear noro SIS bk; swer i 'ED tn too de H ? nial9 ntr of 30 with 1 lots , ,d e - St.'"'. ,nt uc - . nSt ol inak marks -12fll Herald and Tribune. i ri'BLISIIED WEEKLY BY AI. S. ahoncy. f Rales of Subscription t kindle crpy, one year, i 1,50 Five or more copies, one year, each, 1,23 ' Ten or mero copies, one year, each, 1.00 t PsT For a club of Ten, nt 91,23 each.wo Mill send no extra copy freo for one . year, to the getter up of the club, -ia IR 2iC O :o:- CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GR.OO E R COMMISSION MERCTIATNS, GAY SHEET, Knoxville, iVTl'J liiliiUW V J'iU l.MU VJUW wtxt.-i nmiAirrn ivirr rim HOUSE. WE AUK NOW I'HKI'ARKD TO OFFER. SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO TI1K TRADE IN G R O C BUI E S, .... r Full Lines Wooilcii Ware, TOBACCOS SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Baffs Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Nuts of nW Kinds, " i. v Fin o Teas A Speciality, .. INDIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX OUAEANTEED. Wholesalo Agents "" ': F...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 August 1874

r .I i il i ' ru c b .if i! a nv vrt. . I ! id i : ! ' -I li A n C H .1 Herald and Tribune. C. Wheeler i J M S. Mahoncy, .".Editors. THURSDAY AUGUST. 13. 1874. The' little paper published "on the liill" is becoming bo notorious for dis. honesty that we are compelled to give it a notice. The following we take from its last issue : "Since the. result of the election ia known, the people are very anxious to know how Mr. Gillcnwaters) will touch on tho Civil -Rights bill should he make a speech here next Monday. Ho expressed himself in favor of it in his "card", announcing himself a candi date for Congress. Will he tell the people how he stands to-day ?" ' We are inclined to believe.' that the editor of that paper did not write or indite tho' above, but are surprised) that ho should remain on the paper and be compelled to father Buch statements. Every man who has read the Judge's "Card" announcing himself a candidate knows well that tho author of the above has stated an untruth. , The a...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 August 1874

i Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 1874. Jonesboro' District, M. E. Church 1 Fourth Round. . Elizabothton Cir. Craborcbard, July 18. Taylorsvillo Cir. Deep Springs. " 25. Kliiabethton Station ; -' Aug. 1 . Jonesboro' Cir., Johoson City, ' 8. Rheatown Cir., StoiwdiHu- 15. Greenvillo Cir. Speedwell, ' 22. Jooefboro' Station,. 29. Carter Station Cir. , Turktjtowa Sept. 5. Fait Branch Cir. Vt. Greeneville Station u 19. - District Conference will tnoet at Eliza totbton, July 2'Jth. All tlio nicmbera are expected to bo present, and tbe preachert are requosted to remain ovor Sabbath. Jonathan L. Mann, P, E. ',. June l5lh. . Remember the Big Show will bo , Lore next Saturday. $ " ' i Pierce was elected Sheriff of Carter I county by one vote only. , I Died, last Sunday In the Taylor dis i trict, Alice Ball, of fever, aged 12 years. There was a considerable stir among ' the Senatorial aspirants Tuesday. Speech es wore made by Messrs. Euiert, Baxter, Nelson, Patton and Kinney. ' Wanted...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 August 1874

SRlal Life in Heaven. , i J' i x v. -. Y ItF.V. II. I. NOIiTHHlT. lloaven wjwt a pluro of Military con finenieut. What have llie good - paoplo who go (here done, that the' should .he Btiin up, iiiiu nevor liavo any ono to .pciia to? Why should ttoy;riJt know then frionds as well thcr'o as hero. and even letter? Can you recognize n man on (ho road more easily ' at midnight tliau at noou? You will scQ (ho loved, ouus in the light of ' thiit world better than you over did in tho darkness cf this. Heaven is a very social placo. It is represented uO'ior the idea of a banquet ; it is a feast, a marriage supper of tho Lamb; A great company shall sit down together,- 9 The re ore viands fit for angels, wine sweeter th&tf wa&ever pressed from earthly vintage, luxuries that would sliatno Belsliazzar's feast, li.it what kind of a supper is that where ' tho guests do not know each other, Kit mute and silent, nover speak, carry on no Bocial inter. courso? Even deaf and dumb people would n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 August 1874

Mil V L'U'. if ! I nunn . iklnki: 'iiiioiU ;ij. T.J I SE,' ma jus Jrin. Ion el r th liter. and J,f )ftl0 tor r ilrtn. AGK ICeir. mom Bit swer , is. , ttiOK fffcr- an- J a b f itile' f lcn nial 4 with f i ior i S iy ucS f dst av Herald and Tribune. I'L'ULISHICD WEEKLY BY ' !M . 8. M ihonoy. l Kates of Subscription t . Single copy, ono year, t 1,50 .l Five or more topics, one year, each, 1,25 Teu or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 tSf For a club of Ten, at 11,23 cach.we will send one extra copy free for one ; yoar, to the getter up of the club, EH: MOYAL. CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, . WHOLESALE GROCERS ! COMMISSION MERCHATNS, ' WAY SliKET, I Knoxville, - - - - - - Tennessee HAVING REMOVED INTO OLJR NEW AND COMMODIOUS WARE HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL ; INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN G R O C E R I E S, i Full Lines Wooden Ware, I T OB A C C OS 1 SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain . Bags, Solo Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Nuts o f all Kinds, Fine Teas A Specialit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 August 1874

Herald and Tribune. C. Wheeler, M S. Mahoneyt Editors. THURSDAY AUGUST. 20. 1871 BiUlor having tried the game of "bluff " is now begging tho question. Rutlcr is still dodging Gillenwaters He announced that he would speak hero last Friday, but his heart failed And he could not face the Judge. Cutler having declined the idea of a ''straight-out Republican Convention" has- attached himself to the Big Show, and is now travelling around with the clown. We have been visited by a larso ' number of prominent citiiens of Sulli van county this week. They aro all of the opinion that Gillenwaters will carry the county over Butler by at least fif teen hundred votes. Butler refuse.? to go into a Conven tion, which is a virtual withdrawal from the rule of the Republican Tart)'. . When a man refuses to be governed by his party in the. First Congressional District thero can bo no possible hope of his election. We call upon our Republican friends in the lower counties to look out for a large majority...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 August 1874

Herald and Tribune. i T.rT2SDAY, AUGUST 20. 1874. Jcnesboro' Platrict, M. E. Uhurch Fourth Round. Elkalethton.. Cir. Craborchard, July 18. Taylonvllle Cir. Peep Springs. . 25. Klisnbctbton Statioa ; -Aug. 1. JoneVooro' Cir., Johnson City, - 8. Ilheatown Cir., Ston(km, . " 15. Greenville Cir. Speedwell, " 22. Jonefboro' Statioa 29. Carter Statioa Cir. Turkeytown Sept. 5. fall i:.anch Cir. ". : 12. Greeneville Station . "... 19. District Conferenoe will meet at Eliza bethan, July 29th. All the members are expected to be present, and the preachers are requested to remain over SilUih. ... Jonathan L. Mann, P, E. J una I5tb. Futile Speaking. Hon. E. E. Gillcnwaters will address the people at ' Eutledgo Monday, 24 August. : T.jewell Monday, 81" " . Ilia opponents are invited to be present and participate in the discussion. 7t are enjoying the luxury of coo! f.. , ., , ; ' , ( Wa notice tbat tbe Masonic fraternity ; ' are improving tbeir ITall on Depot St. :,t y YTatermelons axe still abun...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 August 1874

1 , nwerSrwl. A yoiir flower seed ripens, gather them, anl after 3011 have dried them . f$ood, clean alt thfl seed pods, Irauli, etc., out of them. Put them in ueat paper or cloth bags, labeled with the , name aiid color of the flowers. Put the small bags in a largo bag or box, that you must have on purpose. Then next flying, when you want your seed to plant, you will know where to find them. 0 many folks put their seed in ni old rag or paper, stick tlieru In or n top of the cupboard, or in name drawer and never think any more about 'them until the next spring, when they can't find them. So when yon can nave plenty of all varieties of flower oed, you can make many a heart glad by giving tliem a few packageB., I al ways take the largest and prettiest, mark them and save tho seed. By do tiiis each year, my flowers get larger mid nicer. Tho Dahlias and Gladiolus tie securely to strong stakes to prevent tbcm being broken by winds that are so destructive at times. Now la a good time to b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 August 1874

V hi, r iioij .25. er ant uvot V. ' :eratk je or Bladder, posltett je f , ; 1 , !' tT t .J set pfC ) D1W! . ' t Chlldrt IIK AC o ofKn ortlt sd." e, orS . 0 n'r 1 gratis , freCf Twin. , of Jcff': phla, , or ftm11 inatin?! tlce w aw ' CUarf e can ; , ia and'. . Tlcrald and Tribune. ? PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY p !M. B. Mahonoy. Bates of Subscription J , Mogle copy, ono year, $ 1,&0 , llvo or more eoples, one year, each, 1,25 Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 ' tST For a club of'feu, at 1,H cach.we will send ono extraeopy free for ono ( ) oar, to the goiter up of the club. j T Tj. HNP r- "T7 A T". r -i4 I .!.. -J i I mi JL.YJU . V" 7lj i I I - a I TAMES O.nF.ini'inn. iv,r Pl IftM ii mi i i I ! .... fam :o: CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE, GROCERS i IOMMISSION MERCHANTS. Xndxvillc, TAYIXO REMOVED INTO OUR .1 HOUSE. WE ARE NOW TREI'AKED TO OPFEK SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN G R O O E R I E S, Full Lines Wooden Ware, TO B A C C 0 S SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Basrs, Cracke...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 August 1874

A w - i i I, !l t; i 7 Herald and Tribune. CT. Wheeler n M S. Kahoncy, Editors ' T11UKSDAV AUGUST. 27. 1874. iKrU15UCAN 'CONVENTION TO NOMINATE A , CANDIDATE FOll REl'lUiSKXTATrVE 6EPTEMBEU 7TII. ' COMES OFF "Wonder wlmt lias looauiC-oC Roderick SPEAKIXG AT RDTLEDCE. '!" TLo-lIon. E.E. GiUenwftter address- .' ed a large crowd ct Rutledge, in Grainger county, pa Monday last. Jlr. Butler Lad been notified of tbo appointment and in vited to attend, but for some reason,' best known to liinself, be failod to put . in an appearance. Judge Gillon waters opened by discussing tho financial, agricultural and labor questions of tbe country, set Aing out in a clear and distinct mauner ..the real cause of tbe scarcity of money . all over the country except in the large r money centers. Ho bandied -7estoro llailroad and other monopolios without v gloves, and then taking np Mr. Butler's ; record in Congress showed that be had in . every instance, wheu called upon' to vote on questions involving th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 August 1874

Herald and Tribune. TUUUSUAY, AUGUST 27,4874 Jonssboro' District, M. E.Uhtirc2i Fourth Roucd- -Klizabetliton Cir. Crsborchard, July 18. Tnvlorsville Cir. Deep Spring. '.. 25: '; fclixabethton Station 'f Aug. .' Jonesboro' Cir.", Johnson City, Rheatown Cir., Stonedem, ; ;tireenville Cir. speedwell' - M -Jonesboro' Station M .' . t Carter Station Cir. Turkevtown -.. :-V , , Sept. v i'ullBranch Cir. V ; " H Irecne villa Rtation ' ; .1. 8. IS. 22. 29. J 2. 19. !; District Conference will meet at Kliza oetbton, July 2ith. All the members lire expected to be present, and the fre'aehers are requested to remoiu over Sabbath. : H : ? Jonathan L. Mann, I E. June l.)th. i v. . . .-. Public Brcaking. .; ; - lion. K. K, Gillcnwaters will address (be people at ' ' f 1 - 1 ' ltutlcdgo Monday,. 24 August. Tartwoll v? Monday, ? 31 , His opponents aro invited to bo present ond patlicipite in the. discussion. . , 4 5 '. Tbo Merchants informs ns that during (bin week fruit cans lave been in. constaut d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 August 1874

I f t it i i, 3 . S t f' "i BrelC RUelch ( M. P. Porter, r James Davis Torler i now forty-five years ofaga. : Ho as born in Paris, Hen ry county, Tennessee, where lie has tver sioce resided." Jli-, fatbor, Dr. iTbomw K. JVter, mm an cwiu'eut physician, oue of tie earliest settlers in Henry county .and was a proinincnt citizen until hia death His mo'her was M'ua. Geraldine Hortqn' auuroftbf late Josepb W, Horton, of Kisbville. JiiPv i). Torter gradoatea at tbe Nashville Uuivorsity in 1846, and was al ways Doted as a good acbolar, and prompt and punctual in bis classes, and a leader in tbe debating society. Though a hard student, bo was a genial, jovial scbool-feL low, and an active participator in all boys ish sporti. ' ' . Ho studied law under James T. Dun lap, at Paris, and then graduated in tbe law school at I-ebanon, Locating at Par is, bo married the daughter of Mr. John Dunlap, of that placa, and began the prao tice of bis profession.' He Boon gained a high standing attbe bat b...

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