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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 September 1874

I0" IF r, lug ind t V :i : i Hill E, )IA LIS , Int. n ol the er. am) tho )P ren, G enr, lore 81a tK, (TCP i 'Oil, for-au- bo or i au ,! r or 'SO ItU CP lor? I id. tv iWi- kct f"c'rald tiii d Tribune. fUDLISIIED WEEKLY BT IMB. Mahonoy: Kates of Subscription i t ingle copy, one year,..., 9 1,50 X Ive or more copies, one year, each, 1,23 Teu or mens cplcs, one year, each, 1.00 8" For t cl ub of fen. al ii ,43 each,we jvill lend one extra copy free for one ar, to tue getter np of the club. 1 :: CAlU'llNTER, 1I0SS-& LOCKETT,: WHOLESALE GROCERS i UOMMISIONS 4 f GAY BTKKET, tinoxvillc, f AVINO REMOVED INTO OUR HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN GR O C E R Ifl S, Full Lines Wooden Ware, TOBACCOS SNUFF and CIGARS, .Grain Bases ; Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, JVuls of all Kinds, Fine Teas A Speciality ! J$IG0 A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesalo FOR Lenoir's. Cotton Yarns 2SAXD P ' ' t ' ttoiston Salt and ""TTE rocclve and nit on commis...

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. — 3 September 1874

--IJcrriiaahil'Tribiinc; i. .... f i iz : sou .r "nM.--!-. ' it .wUIj ": Iffi ILfalftnSfr rj.r Tj 'rilUBSDAr-SBPTEMBElt 3. 1374. 'v ..Wonder what Us became of "Our rfod f crick ?" ' Agentlcnian from Cocke county thinks-he - s . -banting - up another dia- v; , rk't, tliero te will We better ebjinecs c t'for success, to- make "the race - for Con 1 1 t KCMlWrV A PaVTTTlTW; rfW .liVllEPRESENTATIYE I : CONiFU OIW V SEl'TtiMBEIl 7TIIJ f , . Ill'TLLH'Si VOTES ON TI1E.LAXD '.J V hi lands along the -Northern Pacific i Railroad, which v were . granted ' to that . Eorop any , are now selling at front fiftt&n 4to twenty-five dollar per .acre,. which ,L places it oat of the power of a large mat jority of, theTflsigreuts from East Telinea" -'see to purchase them at d 'the consequence v '111 Ua tbey are oonj polled, to settle upon "lands remote from the railroads which sub v jects thorn to many, inconveniences wbiph t'iiiigbt have, been avoided had the; follow-. J ing proposition which was. ot...

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. — 3 September 1874

n. 1 i li 9. !M li W u!v !V bk; - ft'' tiki mi vW V , tlili s X nutiiit e ni r herf J Dial.' hanlci lira it Hector' riif,' ?hurtt luuk-i itce. n Johii :1iti! Ill loll, i pritilri! niatlmr fotbtn Jllfflll? :cnt. i, alike J . to! k ana' ior. . r lie op-1 iltt-rod u t iriu? f . lev" ft itch l I con- Mil lnv1' i.-;i I'M 0. .Bkjf whlck ubl- f ..U f thi I tcr rf 5 Herald and Tribune. ffil l. USD A Y, -6 E'PTE M lKR. 3 1 87 Jon rsboro' District, M E. Church i. " Fourth Round. ' - JiliiatelLtOD Cir. Craborcbard, July 18.1 J ayiorevuie JUr. Iep Springs; -V .hlitabetliton Station : Aug. Jor.esboro' v!ir,? Johnson CityY'" ,Khcatowu Cir., Stonedrm, ,,r-. -,.' .,' Greenville Cir. pod well, . ' ' 'Joncfboro'SuliiMi ' Carter Station "Cir. Turkejtown 1. 22. 29. . bept. 5. 12. t ali Jjrii ai, ?, , - " , UreeneviuoLiatKra. 19. District CoDforento wwl meet at Kliza betbtoo, July 29th. Air (ha .member - fre expected to bo present, and tbe 'prtadtert are requested to remain OTor - .Sabbath. - June 15tb....

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. — 3 September 1874

'TtfEnj: !' exclaimed Marion fretfully fis slioturued from' lie ' window, "the day is all gone, and I bavttn' done anything. 1 liavoa't,dono ! anjtLing, ebe repeated discontentedly ; "and I tneaut to do bo toucVTr a '. -; "What have you done?'' inquired EU r.abeth, closing her , work-basket. ; J'Sit down and toll me." ' ' ' "Well," assented Marion, Beating hei Felf, "you know my day as well a! I do. This morning I read three chapters iu the JJible, as usual. -1 do want to get through it this year. Then I was gone an hour on that errand for father; then I wrote j three lettersj-mended Tom's mittens, and 'corrected Nellio'i composition then mother called me to set the dinner-table. Aftec dinn or t directed a magazine and two papers to youi missionary ; then oh J - Nellie's arithmetic that took me an hoar, Blie was so stupid ; then father asked me to copy deed for- Lim, and then ' that tiresome Mrs. Green called, and I enter tained her for an hour ; and : thon how little it all seems 1...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 September 1874

(T a .1ka-imnJt tin .'m . i 1 '- ryilLISIIED WEEKLY. BY Rates of Advtrliskg t 'jM. B.lallonoy. noun e. i Square one insertion,.. .,.....,..,,1 00 " .Each subsequent Insertion 75 " Three ilonths,..,...,, 5 00 " s'iX . 8 00 I " One ear . ; . , m 00 t Column One Year 6 00 " " JO 00 J 73(10 " , .".1 140 0 For the announcement ol candidate! tor State Otllees, No; County, 3; Municipal 3, Invariably In advance. Kates of Subscription t ..I ;; i i - ' ' lo qopy, one year, .i !,fiO 'l i m more copies, ono year, each, ,',$ Ti n or uicro copies, one year, each, 1.00 I y For a club ofTen, at $1,23 cach,we ,v;,;j?end one extra copy frco for ono yum-, to the getter up of the club. 'Xiii 1 VOL. V. 9 mmmmmmmmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm'm Iieraiti aVul Tribune. ....... ;7IIIT7;;?T7tT " r r : ; . ; i :ivriN sO ,. Herald and Tribune. . . TT VI . . i -w " " . ' J;T . ' . t . . . . i nnmi LSI rrriw.i allon I I?. 2L :m: O IV iA.; Xj . :o:. (CARPENTER, R0SS:& LOCKETT, WHOLESALE : aEQGEES AND IOMMISIONS ER...

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. — 10 September 1874

1- If 111 i iii ill Jlerald and Tribune. THURSDAY SJEtTTSltoBBR. 10 1874 Ife are-ovory day receiving encour aging topoiti from the diflbrent counties of the district for Gillenwatcrs. I He election is no longor a doubt. Men differ as to the amount of his majority, 'fixing it all the wayjbotweon 3000,and 8000 Votes. IFis majority in this county will certainly le'very large.. In several Jistriota he will very ooar got the entire vote, jr occasionally see a liutlor nan on our street, in faet tlioro are a few living in . this Uwn, but with the exception of two a three they are indoed very quiet. The BAM News after quoting a pois tion of our article of. lust. waaV an & mtv. vat a lame and idiotic attempt at renlv to the same winds up with the following j "4 th. Shut your mouth towards your su periors like the Bristol News, with ' which you are not permitted to bp on fa- aii rigni, we accept the situation lor ' the reason that ia all our past association wih that concorn we have found...

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. — 10 September 1874

i Icrald and Tribune. UURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 10 1874. Jonesboro' District, M. . Church Fcmrth Bound inizabetbton Cir. Craborohard, July 18. Taylorsville CU. Deep Springs. M 25. Hiiabctlton 8Utioa Aog. . 1. Tonesboro' Cir Johnson City, 8. Ihoatown Cir., Stonedam, 15. 3rocnvillo Cir. Speedwell, . u 22. Jonwboro Station ' M 29.' Vtor tioVCif. TurktyWn ' ' : ' ;v ' Sept. 5. Fall Branch Cir. - 12. ureoneville Station " 19. District Couforeuoe will meet at Eliza bothton, July 29tb. All tbo luetnbera we expected to be present, tod the irtachtrt are requested to remain over bbath. ;' Jonathan L. Mans, P, E. Jane 15th. Fublio Speaking' tTrt undersigned will address lb e citi icds of Washington County io tbo fol lowing civil districts at tlbe time and D m following i I)is. No. 9. At Jolinwu City tdcuday I Sept. ftth, isii. J W.. - . k.JL ... - . , iis. jno, iu lUdgcs MU, Wednesday, f, Sept. ICtb. bis. No. 11 D. A. Boweis' Barn, Thurs i day Sept. 17th. Dis. No. 12 Buffalo Ridge CWch', FrU T day S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 September 1874

JINIA IIAYDEVS MURDER. The 91)-tier jr Being Cleared U Evidence raliitlng; , to Baweu Sanders .the Perpetrator of the Iieed Pat" Lyons Arrested at n, t'nrticeps Cri minis Tlie Clue oft which the , Case was Worked up. . ., i f Vcrv recent developments', of which our reporters got, information last evening, point to tbo fact" that the mystery of the Julia Hayden murder will bo ppeedily cleared pv.s;- 'J ; .. ..'. .Capt.' McGregor,. Sheriff of Wilson county, and Capt. Harper, of Lebanon, yesterday for tht purpose of arresting a ceitaiu man vrhe had preceded them in coming here, and whoso name we sup press,' as ft witness in the case. Tbey brought the intelligence that they arrest ed day before yesterday, in the neigh borhood of where the killing was done, a married man named Put Lyons, on Iba charge of being Implicated in the mur der," and that they had placed him in jail at Lebanon. AN episode. ; " There came down with them on tie train a man who attracted their atten tion, and who, w...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 September 1874

I... Lerald and Tribune. 1't'IiMSHED WEEKLY BY N1. S. Mahoncy. Kates cf Subscription t single copy, ono year,....' t 1,50 I or nioro copies, one year, each, 1,25 n or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 Z3T For a Club of Ten. at $1,23 cich,we will lend one extra copy free for one )var, to the getter up of the club. Herald and Tribune. 1 vs. i i 'C To Ol Iites of Advertising t ' , Sqnnre one Insertion, ......LOO " Kacu subsequent Insertion.... 7f " Throe Months, S OA "Six " 8(W "One Year li 00 Column Ono Year. 0 on " ;.. .v... .40 00 . ' " 7. ..XV. ..73 CO " " 140 0 In line -R O :o:- IGAIIPENTER, ROSS &. LOCKETT, W HOLKSALE- i GROCERS AND OMMISSION JER CHANTS, GAY STREET, inoxville, AVINO REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS ARE HOUSE. WE ARK NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN G B OO.ERIES, Full Lines Wooden Ware TOBACCOS rain Bags, " Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Mils of all Kinds, DIGO A SPECIALTY, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents FOR Lenoir's ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 September 1874

U. Wheeler, ,u ihsiv. M S. Hahoney, J vTlIURSDAY BWITSMBEK. 17 1874. "-i'i' C j GUBERNATORIAL CO.VE- ', ... tion. , ... . t 1 , , .ThocLncan Oativcntion tbajt con A4&datCluittauooga, yesterday, nomina tcd.i by .'acclamation, lion. Horace May 'nard -for Govornor. Tlio Convention tool? t a toldjtyfingainsy mixed schools,' mix ;ca hotels and mixed cars. ANOTHER DIRTY TRICK. ' We aYo reliably Informed that some 6 thb 'breaJ and luttor brigade" ' of Mr( Butler's, lave induced some colored men f in this district to mako Oath that Judge ; Gillenwaters bad assured them ttiat be is m favor of tfio (Tivit llighta bill. ' To in : dncc a colored man t6 swear a lia is as nwt4 ,and,loVVtrfc white rntfa "can lo guilty of. ' No otto that has conj "versed with Judge Gillcnwatcrs has ever heard bim give an intimation that be wis ' fn favor 'of this bill, hue that bo Las al- ' Wjs'opp'osed if.' V ! ; ' ' ' . n ... r LOI ISIANIA. i. The trouble in' Louisiana has come at , last, suddenly and terribl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 September 1874

i Ucra 1(1 and Tribune. THURSDAY. SKPTEMBKH,. 17 J87-4. Joa.sboro' District, M. E. Church Fourth Round. Klizuletliton Cir. Crborohard, July IS. Taylorsvillfl Cir. Poop Springs. ,." 25, Kluabcthtoii Station ' ' ' Ang. 1 Juncshoru' Cir.i Johnson City. " 8. lUicatown Cir., Stonedam, ' h. ('reenville Cir. Speed woll, ' " 22. iTonopliuro' Station v' . 29. Carter Statioa Cir. Turkeytown . Sopt 5. full Nranch Cir. 12. Greooevil'a Station ' " 19. , 1 district Coni'oronce will meet at Eliza Lqthlon, July 29th. All tlio members lire expected to bo presout, . and tho Jreuchera aro rcquotitcd to remain ovor 'llialli.. ' j " iosritii L. Mahx, P, E, 4 Juno loth. -r ... ipublici speaking..' , : , .s .. I The undersigned will address the citi rens of, Wahington County in tho fol lowing civil districts at tho tiuio and J1 M u following ; i)'w. No. .9, At Jolm.-on City Tuesday I Sept. 15th 1874. : ; ' . . j. .' ' pis. No. 10 Ranges Mill, Wednesday, Sept. lf.th. y .' .' Dii. No. 11 D. A. Bowcis' Barn,...

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. — 17 September 1874

BltllnB I'rvrrb. " -.. f ..... Thare iz no kind ov vitt,los that will I'latt a man go fust aza k'car cotLience. I Lav 60 to people m aukward tLut it fccmedas tlio they ranst bo labouring un der an nttal cv the luniatism. y Gravity it generally a kind ov a iout tciCt, which a nan cheats hiuitelf with and tries toclieat others with too. . ; Envy iz the bitterest pasbun ov tie Larte ; it iz evcu nioro tubtilo ; tinn 4 re vcr.go. " 1 Adam was a lad egg. lie bad' no nmbi&hun, no Lope. i;o rovenge, no ener gy, no pasbun, 113 caualiun, no judge merit, a polbining, except a wife and she waz too much fur Dim. 'A frift It a rlnV.r and U. snnl.l ha Vi- tcr for as if ire were obliged li law to immediately repaj it. f bay made a cluss kalkerlas'uuo on it, and i Cud that, with.rvliisky at six cents a glass,, a man will drink op a good farm, and fetch op in tbe poorshouse ia just thirtoon yoars and four mouths. Wkn a man iz too mutch in luv to be jeloui oy ecnytbing, be baz got tbe dis cazVaz ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 September 1874

a 1 . 'Bl' ii d. i I'lD tn1 I'M ' uroe - 4 r. UliU I Inkt iin; ERS-' T ian!i au!- ami 1:.. . uouit art, snnH C1D ierr I DM 0N tfctf kitiii first de-S inn to tlit l'li. "7 rill ber bis 6, itk ,! lot I ni en I U tb Ii ir ia ill SO ill t x Kit Ilcrald .and Tribune. rCRUMHED WEEKLY BY ; !M. y. Mahonoy. Bates of Subscription j -1 single copy, one year, .....9 1,50 Jive or more cobles, 0110 year, each, , 123 Ten or mere copies, one yenr( cuch, 1.00 BST For ft club of Ten, at $1,25 cch,wo will icud 0110 extra copy frco for one year, to tlio (jotter "P f t'10 c'uu' Tfl JEL 1l iM :o: CARPENTER ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GROCER ,4 1 ' AND ' . . ' . km mshssion jieiictiants, GAY ISTKllET, , KnoxvillC) - - - - - - Tennessee HAVING REMOVED INTO OUR Ii HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN 'GROG ERIE 8v Full Lines Wooden Ware TOBACCOS, SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Bass, 1 ! Crackers, Cheese Candies and Jlaisins, Mils of all Kinds, Pine Teas A INDIGO A SPj2CIALY,- V...

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 September 1874

Herald and Tribune. C. Wheeler, II S. Mahoney, EDiTons. THURSDAY SEPTEMBER. 21 1S72 joist discission at s.ctD- VILLE. The Cncrrssinal Candidates iTIert fr Hie TlrM Time. The Hon." & K. Glllenwntcrs and It. li. Butler, candidates for Congress, met for the first tiine ia joint discus Rion ot Sneedville, Hancock county, on Monday last. It being Mr. Butler's pp. pointment he ws accorded tho opening speech, and at once entered upon a di.sfnswion of liio various propositions tli.it have been before Congress fur sev eral years past, and attempted a de fense of his own votes on each. 11c defended the present system of taxation, and labored hard to show to tho audience that the poor man of tho South was benefitted by the arrange ment.' " ' On the subject of "Civil Rights' he claimed that he had voted with Gov. Urownlow and others in 1872, and said that at that time there Was very little interest manifested cither by Congress or the people on tho subject. He ac knowledged that he had vote...

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 September 1874

ft Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 24 1874. Jomsboro' District, M. E. huro 1 r Fourth Round. Ellrabethton Cir. Craborchard, July 18. Tajdorsville Cir. Deep Springs. . 25 Kliiabetktou Station Ang. 1. J;nesboro' Cir., Johnson City, 8. l ieatown Cir., Stonedam, ' " 15. :.eenTille Cir. Speedwell, " 22. JneHboro' Station " 2'J. Cartor Station Cir. Turkeytown I KCpt. ft. l ull Branch Cir. "12. CI reonevilla Station " )9. District Conference will meet at Eliza- ktbton, July 2'Jth. All the members arc! oxpected to to present, and the j rtuchera are requested to remain over l.bbath. . S . Jonathan L. Mann, F, E. June 1Hln I'll! LIC IEAIIU. The Guberiititlonal C;uivns. jilfon. Horace Maynard and Hon. Ja. TV Porter, Jr., candidates lor Governor address the citizens of East Tennos - 6 a at the following time 6 and places, c.mmcneing at 11 o'clock, cacli (lay t 6 Joncsboro, Tuesday, Sept. 21). Creenovillo, Wodnesday, Supt 80 llogorsville, Tuurslay, Oct. 1 , Morr'wtown, Friday. " 2. , Ku...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 September 1874

11 r J U . i ( If li ; ;t A 7' i; i - a ' . ;: ''-. i : ! ' .:..iit r'u i :.: Jr. : A f fe' "I M 14 1 .l It ItM . it1 : 1 k ! 11 ,! ll "II 11 : -9 ! i " Jot-h liilUoKS1 Spice Ux. v i i -i. Most every one luvs lo listen 2 slandar but tLnr ain't tut faW but what de."pite tho author ovlt. What a LearUes3 world ttis would to if tfioro was no tep in it. - - Wizo men nro i. vxr Furpri'cd wlien jitoola.iro uV.vuzz wo'iJeriuj at everything that tepponp. I meet o'jreV mutiny iron wu'"zo talk iz n bu-iJi of firo i.ntchovs when they cue first touch! opt. fulluy jop for ft fu niinnil. and thn'i till u ocr. Without miinny, without fiicnJ. u"'! widiout impudence, iz about oz low down fn thi world az tcny mau can get, and kppp irtpwnue. Ai'tor a man lias passed tlie age of 57. vnbnut awl.tbsl bo can find to talk about "anu brag cn Utbnt be bas got more pains nud ackes than enny ov the rest of bis linbors. There is n,thii; thai a man is so cer tain ov A3 ho iz ov whai. uo ewes, uud yet ' there is n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 October 1874

7 J. I Herald and Tribune. .- r- : - ? TCBLISIIED WEEKLY BY " 1. S; Mahonoy. f Kates of Subscription t r'lnglo copy, Oho year, 1,9 Five or luorecoples one ycarv each, 1,25 i'en or mere copies, one year, each, 1.00 Kir For a club of Ten, at $1,25 each.we VUl lend one extra copy free for one ) oar, to the getter up of the club, "a it ir t i :o:- CARPENTER, ROSS & LOCKETT, '. WHOLESALE : IS .j. r d lOMMISSION: . GAY Kn oxvillc , - - - I ....'. . ,' ' - - HAVING REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS ARE HOUSE. .WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL I INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN I .,-;gro o e iu e s, Full Lines Wooden Ware TOBA C COS SNUFF and CIGARS, Grain Basrs r" Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, . ,. - ' ; . r Mils of all Kinds, Fine Teas . A pecialily, IDIdO A SPECIAIiT, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, . I Wholesale FOR Lenoir's Cotton Yarns -AND "Ilolston Salt and Plaster Company's rV' ' ' '". . ;'.; - ' t . ! yE receive and sell on commission the products of the country and will ende a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 October 1874

Herald and Tribune. M S. Manoney, J -v THURSDAY OCTOBER. 1 1874 A ULOOMV PROSPECT FOR THE DEMOCRACY. - , ' ' TLo democracy in the Northern States aro in trouble over the conduct of the brethren of the South, the recent outrages commit ted by members of the White Man's leaguo which is only another name for Ku Klux has shovm .all too plainly for the success of that party etbe animus which govirna the Southern wing. Frery. blow struck Li & death blow to Democracy and yet the bloody work goes on, only interrupted at short intervals by the presence of United States troops. We hear com plaint after complaint of the present ad ministration about Military ' despotism, bayonet rale, ic. ic. but the moment troops are withdraw from certain localities outrage and murder tako their places and resume their reign of terror. What can the Southern peoplo expect but Military rule so long as State Governments afford no protection to life or property, s o - long as rapine and murder go unpunished a...

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. — 1 October 1874

v i pot )ro ; i rot l i or; lor ! res,' ireb. Vet. . i i' t' " ' . ind )B- ( H ( ? 01 ! rM 5 ti. i or id. "I . irt ? ri' ; w 5. r !T. a- if ; ( Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1 1874. JoaiBboro' District, M. E. h x ro h Fourth Round-" I'.lizabethton Cir. Craborehard, July 18. Tajlorsville Cir. Deep Springs. 25 Klizabethton Station . Aug. 1 . Jonebboro' Cir., Johnson City, '8. KL"atown Cir, Stonsdam, , .15. Greenville Cir. Speedwell, "2?. Junwboru' Station 29. Carter Station Cir. Turkevtoirn e fcji-ifc. if. FaUUnnctfcV-", ' . 12. Greeneville Station " '10. V District Conference will meet at Elm le'.iton, July 2I)th. All the members are expected ta be prevent, and the f-'ixhen are requested to remain over rV b'ath. I() ToNATTIAN L. MaNN, T, E. iJune 13th. , riBLICPEkl.. rta GafceriiaiUnnl Cnnrass. " Hon. Iloraco Slaynard and Hon. Jas. fr.l'orter, Jr., candidates for Governor, wiifaddreps the citizens of East Tennes ire at the following times and places, cc-nmenctlng at 1 1 o'clo...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 October 1874

A WIFE , h'OR Til II a vjxg: . .. ..jm. IV. rrfcstlv' wife possessed rara . qua lifioations, as a belpiiiett to Lor husband,! cud bad a largo share in tlm nieces, of I'.t Uicef fur, allb.iujh, us fur as wo can J"arn, hie did not purtioipute in his speeii.l fctu'i;8. yd it appears that, bat for her, Le never cvuld have carried tUiough'hU numerous and formidable , undurtiiHugs. His testimony lib is explicit, lie pays : 'My wife was a woman of excollent uu dorstandingl'puoi improved by ' teaJuig, cf great fortitude and strength of mind, of a temper io tie highest degree afloc tionute and generous, feeling strongly for others and little for herself. Also, great ly excelling in every thing relating to household affairs, sho entirely relieved me of all concern of that . kind, which al lowed me to give all my timi to the pro secution of U17 studies, and the other dulies'of my Btatlon." His son states that his fattier used to say that ho was meroly a lodger, and had all his timo to devote t...

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