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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 October 1874

I Herald and Triliunt. . . VvnuiuiKD weekly tor Herald aiiil Tribuiici i 'itiare one Insttlbn.iA. ....V.V1..1 00 M Eaeh sitbschirent ttisertlon.. H - . M Three JJoutlu,. , 8 00 k "Six . s oo 1 1 JiOno Year.. li 0 ' -t-, : : T-1 r-,:-i Rates of Subscription 1 1 !. .,TV - ' - ' -j -t.-i- i - ' 1 '' f ''lujjle copy, one J'PHf,.'..i. ....... J l,f0 i '.V1" ,nort! oil" J"n erteh, ,1,23 , .". i or mere cnpltis, one year, each, 1.00 j "ry ForrtclilljciIl,eulatl1i.l each.wc i .'... msiiiI dliu rJMra Copy free for one k .year, to the getter up of tlie club. -a 1 J j ...;.;:.,....,;.,.v..doo r " Honesty of Purpose and Equal Bights to all Man, will pe'euri Happiasd to ttia People.' I'll ? !' il. . '. !., 1-10 0 yOL. VL JONEBbildtlGtEi .TON., THURSDAY. OOTOBKU 8. 1874 :; , -0. 3 , Eor tho nnnbuffcclnciit oj cRfirllJaf ei tfJ State Ottlces, f JO; County Municipal 3, Invariably iu advances . v : h . S-.-i1 ! !! Jilt)irT)JiiTr t7: ttt -7- - IT I - - - - 7 - ; i KB anli i u iun! liii. !W !Dt4', CtD...

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. — 8 October 1874

"ilpfaH' anil'. Tribune! - Cr Wheeler, M 'S. Mahoneyf EDiTong. THURSDAY,, OCTOBER. 8, 1871. ! ; . THE 9FCO.YD DISTRICT.! V'- T.tTin v ft'ltrnwhlowl Larf an- 0 , pounced 'himself as a. caudidate to Rep i r nt lL 2nd Coneressional District in : ' tha nest Congress of the United States. , ..i This action on the part of Mr, Brown-1 ' low i doubtless called out in, the inter est of the Republican party by reason of -b complicated state of affairs among the other JtapibUcaa candidates in that District. Since tho opening of the cam- Eaign the othcr'Republican candidate! are icd&lged in a bitter pertooal contro V";.'WJ which has only created a fooling of ' triumph and exultation on the port of " '".the Democracy and of disgust on the part ' of Republicans.1 ' As a rule the groat National issues lave been ' entirely ig . . nored tad Low Billingsgato has been , the order of the day. This Btate of affairs could only result in tho demorali2ation of the Republican party and it.is not surpris...

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. — 8 October 1874

1 ; HID . Jj ... V- W, . :ebi -, r ; r I Fir ., v it Ik WU I i sir ' in fo. fir. tiff a' O jforald and Tribune. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8 1874. ,. JTon.-Bboro' District, M-E hiM h . V- Fourth Round. 3izabetlton Cir.- Craborchard, Jul; 18. Taylorsville C!t. Dce- Springs.:.. 25 XUsabetbtoti Station i t Asg.; 1.: Jonesboro' Cir., Johnson Ctly, ' Xbeatown Cir, Stonedum', : ,.. y 15. Greenville Cir. Speedwell, 7 it. Jonei-boro Sutton"1 . " 29. Carter Station Cir. Turkeytown . . '., . Sept. f. au jirancn K ir. . i i. Jjreeuevillt Station - ID. '.' District Conference will meet it Eliaa betbtoo, July 29th. 'All ths members ire expected to be present, tad the yrttxehert are requested to remain ovor wabbath. v Jonathan L. Mann, P, E. ) Joel5ih. ' . - - frlSHINGTON COUNTY FAIR. t Among (It maoj excellent things on exhibition at ' the Fair was some fine luggie from the manufacturing establish &ent of John Brown & Son, '" of 'Morris-towft.- This firm hw quite a notoriety in tut Tennessee for ...

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. — 8 October 1874

Tuirruwiiie? i it r .v.v-t- Tlioro ra a favr farmers who have Dot in llioir owtr experience observed the good effo-ls pbtah follow jthe, full, plowing of ' bcavy YftOtf - ludeed, there are few soils; if auycejptjng very 4 lights sandy ones, that aro tiut'gfpatlj Improved by pro rcsa. Heavy clays or btiff olay loams' miut of noccssily be - plowed In. (be fall they are too wet in the ttpring for any but Into plowing, and U' js the caily qwrf pr lauted spring crops that are tafest from tbo tnauj j e.ntincucie:i wLislt threaten them. :?ul'ujl noile vtrb sro tenacious enuugii to turn over inn cloddy conditiou are ennally improved by working iri the r.ill.)hp$ochnn4't4 eihd.it.dii of.oj that have a jiartj ariraco bjn .cotrpictecl by tho treadiug after liar vest, tbe'boating 0mar:owerf, ar-d thtr baking of the df.a.w very injuriiniHoVieir welfare. The fall rains oaonot ponotrate the bard lyrfaM, and flow over it to tho bollowa of the filfcr'coarscs, ' and in their puiwsajre cirtf Off bodil...

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. — 15 October 1874

Herald and Tribune " iiLJMUKI)' WKP.KLY BY i .f iS i Uaies f Subscription I Sini? copy, one yenr, .'. Fiy'tf jfr iiiitvc foiic9. m, y:r, rurh Ten v " (iir, fun tVi'H' I'lU'l . nv.....u i r I 'in li.'i.' .on' :. .... "It jf. I i (I. .. vi?,-i& CARPENTER, ROSS LOCKETT, ' ' ' 1 !. '. ' TVriOLESALE ! ; GROCERS . 1 n ,i1 COMMISSION llnoxvillc, - - II AYING REMOVED INTO 0115 .NEW AND COMMODIOUS AIV5 HOUSE. WE ARK NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL TV I l 1 f 1 1. II 1. T'lkJ 1" lit 1 1 l.i l'l . IvlA T r . ..... ,G.R,0'C'E RI E S,-' Full Lines Wooden "f.Yarc :. TOBACCOS SNUFF and CIGUS, r ' , -' - . . I n 1). 4 : Grain Bags, Solo Leather, Crackers, Cheese Candies and Rai sins, JVite of all Kinds, Zi L J l DIUO A SFCIALy, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED,' 4 4- 11 ' Lenoir's Coltoh Yarns -AM). olsloii Salt and TK rocife mid rail on coinm'wsiotj the ai ail iwe to get tlie Duut price tor Wc ell to Merchants Only. ATKIN HOUSE )pposite Passenger Dopot. awnlrnt to all the Busliu's; House? ,nd I lie l'ont-OM...

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. — 15 October 1874

I t ! il 1 1. 1 ii I -.- C. Wheeier - -1 M:S. Mahoney, - i Editors. 'THUKSDAY. 0CT0UER..16. 1871. Tie Gubernatorial canva-n is growing qiU warm in. . middle Tennossee, .May nanjt prospects aw becoming brighter .hi brighter each "Jay. Let every lie publican in East' Tennesseo stand firm, aJiJjot every Democrat who is opposed to J tile present e(ate"t uovernnieut vote 'for MnjrvJ, and we are satisfied tl'at there ill uo attLaiiga in tue managements of ijtata afairs that will bo mors acceptable to the people A ITOXORAULE ADJUSTMENT - OF ALL DIFFERENCES. lJ .t ., : ; . . - Jlidg. Glltenwnters withdraw ".A s,.! lrm race, , Au amicable adjustment of tho differences sat been effected between Judgo Gillen waters and Mr, Butler, through tho in terveutioo of their mutual friends alike honorable to both the gentlcmcu's inter ts.. Judge Gilienwaters withdraws from the rate. :: It is well that this adjustment has been affected. The friends of both parties accept it in the spirit that it was made...

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. — 15 October 1874

IIcral(Hind Tribune. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 1874. Tk undersigned Veing canJidates for ths State Senate will. Uke . pleasure in ddreMiiiig thuif fellow-citisflnsj . t tie following times and places Kli-abethton, Fridaj, (fit, 1C Buffulo Institute, Saturday, Oct, 17 Doe River Cove. Mondaf, Ocf. 19 Fwb Springs. Tuesday, Oct. . 20 Cobb's CreekWedncaday, Oct. 2 1 UweCba'pel, Tbiirsdajr, Qot. 22 TajloraviHe, Fndajt Oct. 23 heaaaat Grave," gatnrday,' Oct. 24 All opponent are invited to attend atd lake part in tho diactlwious. T W. C. EMMERT, ' 8. K. N. PATTON, '? J. N. 15AXTKR, H. H. CARR. . Tbe outside of our paper was printed twforo tbo compromise with Mr. Butler and Judge Gillenwaters was made. The Chestnut Crop is perhaps larger ia thisc6untj than it has been for many jsars. 'Religious. Rav J. R. Shultz.will preach at John 4 City next Sunday at 1 1 o'clock A. M. tfick Frost. ! Lat Tmaday and Wednaaday mors uibgs we bad very heavy frosts, and also considerable ice. -- .. ?The house of Mr....

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. — 15 October 1874

41 'J '!f ; - j ; The Congressional Campaign. SHALL REPUBLICANS RULE j THE REPUBLICAN ; PARTY. R. H. Butler Refuses to Enter iato any arrangement for tha settletoani ofdiffjedoces. He Sroiitu tli Men ( . Convru tttn, and rpf s l Rule r lluln the llrpublican par. If t tills District. Let Republicans read and afterwards de cide. On tba dij after llie nomination of the Democratic candidate, by the Democrats nd Conservatives at Greonoville, on the 1st day of October, 1871, the candN dates, Messrs. Gillenwaters, Butler and McFarland, met at Morristowo. Before enUring into the discussion, the friends f 'Judge Gillenwaters, with his approval, proposed to Mr. Butler three plans for the adjustment of their differences First, that there Bhould be a convontion ailed to nominate a candidate for Cir gress. ' Second, that one man should be elected from each oounty in the district,! o decide as to which waa the strongest inn. arainHt the Democratic Domination and jive tho race to him. Third, that ...

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. — 22 October 1874

f i Herald and Tribune. 1 nnLIHHED WEEKLY BY JM. y. Mahoney. '! t' 11 uaiesci suDscripuoni 'felnfle copy, one yciir..., .vt.w.'.fe 1 ,feo ' Five or more copies, one y4ar,'acli, 1,23 "fij or mere copies onf. your, each, 1.00 afcjr Fr a club of 'IV ir. at 91.2.1 ev.oh.we ''will eud tine citra 'copy lice for one etr, to the Kftrtr up of the club. if-' VU't. ' .11 WW Meraia m 0 buna VOL. VL ' Honesty bfjpurposejuad Equal Rights to all Men, will sectire Happiness to tho People. J0NESB0R0UGII,J TENN., THURSDAY. OCTOBER 22 1874 NO. 5. V. I' i v : "' , IR, 2 IMI O "ST . A- Xj . :o;- .X CARPENTER, R0SS LOCKETT, WHOLESALE GROGERS li. ' AND COMMISSION JIER0IIANTS GA.Y STHEE, - - - - - Tennessee 1 -it ."5 1 I(noxvillCi - - - - - - ii .'- . . tf AVIXO REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS AR E 11 i HOUSE. WE A RE NOW I'RKI'ARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN GRO . E HIE S, Full Lines Wooden Ware TOBACCOS -! SNUFF and-CIGRS, Grain Bags, Solo Leather Crackers, Cheese-Candies and Raisin...

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. — 22 October 1874

ji ! i 1 1 ! Mi 1 .1 u J,! Til 'Hi! : t V; if . i 4 Herald and Tribune. 'Wheeler.' M S.-Mahoney, V - TnifRsn'A'ocToi5i:n istj. tiic nice ron c;over.or. llrnre .Tiny iuu-r fluim iipen v. . HUI'urty. U'J '. '.The Hon. Horned Maynard is mnk- lug one of. the most brilliant canvasses ever made in this or nny other State in i. defence , of Republican principles. . When Mj:- Toiler wan nominated it was known and acknowledged by the Democracy that he was no mutch for Mr.'Maynard on the stvnnp, and his party ba based its hopes for his elec tion solely wpbn the ground that it lias " a majority in the State. A majority "whfck holds antiquated ideas of Govern ment entirely antagonistic to what is now 'accepted by the civilized world as Republicanism in the true senc of tho term. How far they will fcucceod in i securing bis election will depend cn .tircly npon what changes are made du ring the canvass in public opinion as to .the several important . National questions now aggitating the popular ...

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. — 22 October 1874

1 st. i Herald nml Tribune. . . d . tti kit1 Ik i . i ' Public'". Speaking. Tlie undersigned being candidate! for tbSite Senate, yil take pleasure in . lildrwiiig t It 11 j r Tellow-citir-uis , at tb following times afd pUcoh : r ' Kiizuhethtou, Pridi, '(.ki.'I ' ' ' 10 k liutfitlo Iustitute. Saturday, Oct. 1 7 t Due River Cove. Mohday, Oct. : ID I Fish Springs. Tuesday, Out. ' 20 " Cobb's Cr.-eli, "Wednesday. Oct. 21 ' Lowes' inuiiel, Thursday, Oct. Tl s TbrswlW, Friday, Oct. Fleaaant Grove, Saturday, Oct. 24 All opponents are invited to atteud "xduke part in the diteawinns. , ? W. C EMMEItT. S. K. N. RATION. Vj , . J. N. HAXTEtt. A II. II. CAUR. JleMgious. 7 Divine Service will be hold at the M.K. Church, Joncsboro', on the 2nd and 4th Sabbath of each month : fct Johnson City lit and 3d Sabbaths 1 8. JonesWo' at 2 o'clock P. M. at Johnson City 9 o'clock A. M. l'rayer meeting Thursday evening at 1 o'clock V. M. I J. it. siiultz i c, . j . Personal- I Sir. S, S. Luttrell, who has be...

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. — 22 October 1874

JOX-K ESI I) E N TS NOTICE. IN CIIANCT.J'Y III ElHIEMSVJLI.r., TKKN. YlT.souW. Willis vk M. A. Sunder ami Others. 1'rom the allegation r the roinplalii niits lull in thi c:iuf-'rt which Is hwoiii to. it appears Unit llic DHi'iuluiiU Sauinol l'owfll. M. X. William ami his wile. Ma lialu Williams, me. non-resident of the StaU'Ol' 'JViiiics-ii't', i-o that the ordiiia ry process of law cannot be t-crvcil on tiicin. It is liu'H'I'ors ordered by we that wild uou-resident defjiithiiii a ap pear I I'l'ori th Chancery- Court at K( 'ci-.- iile, ilawVins count v, Tenn., on oi'Vlun: the ilr-t Monday ill Xovcni licr n-xt. and make ih Teucu tocmiplaln ants hill t r tin' -amc w ill h.i taken tor r.iiU H(.sl and I lie cmi-c net lor In anni; i'X parte a I" them. H 'n t'urthcr "i'.l . fil I licit this in it: Iir iiii'ili-'ut'd lor lo:i! smiTi'.v-dvi' tti'eks in 'i"' ri' ivil'l Hint Tri bune a wwi-piipi r nnlili-lu d in lin' town of .lonoisljoro', iVnii., io )..ik'i) to i-aid duli'iidanW. TtiU Oct, f...

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. — 29 October 1874

Herald and .Tribune rKw ". ' , . j tjjj, rCWLlsnKD WEEKLY BT . ,. Herald -and'TnbunCe pMJjicuf Snbscriptlonj : Slnsle bnurJ.nnn vnnr - r., t 1 1.511 Fit ir autre copies, one year, ouch, 1,25 I n Br mew (triples, nt year, vault. 1.00 i J- For a club of Ten. at 91,11 cach.we whI kViiiI ono extnt copy True for one 11 yS'ltH' t ttftrupi-i the club. .it: - ' ipOT; boss &- locketW: C' - C'.V ;? ' ' ' "WHOLESALE ' n 'f.'I !'. 7 A ii AV1SG RKMOVK1) 1TM Yil i: - - - v . iltif VVi'Ji'lVa-'BV'VI-' - i. 11UUSE." WVK'AUK iNOW I'KEI'AIIKU TU Ol'TEU fcHiJUL TVlXlTlL1 II L'VT'IV umi i nii . t.i f INDUCEMENTS J 'J i-'oiE'iii'M"s; ..v I' .1 -I .ill' ; bat Full Lines ' Wonilott Wsiio s .'..(til , In-. T 0 R A C C 0 S SNUFF and CIGKS, Grain Bags, Sole Leathoi; Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, in 7.1 ; V IMnoToas A 1 'V u . y t i - , i iDIbO A SCIALV, EVERY! 'B0X: GUARANTEED, f I Wholcsalo lr Yl.'fl' -rou 'i . : Lenoir's Cbtto'n - Yams -ANDA 1. i i ihioni Suit and HI .'4 ? 'b Wil&Si T Y10 ?...

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. — 29 October 1874

u. Wheeler, ) PniTftP, THURSDAY OCTOHKR 9 W4. i j 6 .....FOR GOVERNOR E'-'MAINABD OF KNOX. vt JJI !.i;f o t , .;! i :uiiv 1 '! u,.j:Wli ;Cj '". '.!'. . :: ;-- FOR CONGRESS ..;. OF JOHNSON. .FOR SENATOR r. i f - WILLIAM C. EMMERT OF CARTER. ' '", 'FOR ItEPRESENtATIVE : DR. JACOB LEAB r,,"-u OIJIT TICKFIY ' : Our Ticket will be found at the Mast IIead.v' Lot every true1 Republican go to the polls 'sod tote ft. See tbat every Re pulican In supplied with tbe regular Tick- " 'No abler, purer, or greater man than Horace Maynard ever ran for Govern or in Tennessee. Vote for him vote for Maynard tho man against Fortcr thc.pigmy. : . .' i . -.'ir. i ..;,'. , EVEIU PI AN TO HIS POST. T1hv Democracy is now engaged in tho most desperate effort ', ever made in this District to elect their candidates to the different offices, and tho success of the Republican' ticket! -will depend entirely upon bow we ; exert ourselves in' the - coming contest at the polls. Let every Republican bo at his post on ...

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. — 29 October 1874

Herald and Tribune. TlimtoDAY, OCTOBER 29 1874." Fublio Speaking. TL undersigned eing candidates for the State Senate, will take pleasure ' In advening thtiir feHowcitizens , ' t llr following times aud places t ' Kliubelhton, Friday, Oct.' " IC Buffalo Institute, Siittirddj, (ty, ;,I7 Due River Cove. Mofldav; Oct. 1 FisbSpringd. Tudav, Oct. " 20 Cobb's Creek,' Wednesday, Oct. 2l JiweThapel, Thursday Oct. 22 Tajlorsville, Friday, poti 23 Pleasant Grove, Saturday, OV.l; 24 All opponents are invited Id ilttnd Udtakt tartin the diwufflicin!. ' ; W. C BmMkrt. R K. N. PATTON, : ( i . 'fft fl.'HAXTKU, r II II. UARK. UdHglouaT" f Divine Service rill ba.heldatthe M.K. fibnrcli. Jonesboro', oh tbe 2nd ami 4th labbath of each month : at J'Jui.son City it and 3d Habbatlia- 1 9. Jouesbord1 " It 2 : o'clock : PV M. it Johnson City 1 o'clock. A. MY Prsyer meeting Thursday evening at y vi.a v. m. , I . J. II. SHULTZ I t, 2lsto iorERi:cn jL'e. : tilt II, SOUTH. I Ipftliilihients rthel'eur 1S7 i ......

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. — 29 October 1874

JON-KESlDEMd NOTICE. IN CIIANTERYat. K.OOF.RSVILLE, TEN!?. YVT.son W. VtIIU v. M. A. Sanders and 'others. From the allegation of the complain ant bill iw lhi taeie which is mwn to, it appear ttiAt the Iercnoints Samuel 1'uwell. II. N. William mid hi wife. Ma hala Williams, are- uon-resi'lents of tin State of Tennessee, so that the ordina ry process of law cannot bo se-rved 011 tliem. It U therefore ordered by uie that said non-resMcnt defendant ap pear refore the Chancery Court at Kogersvillc, Hawkins county, Tenn., on or benrc th; llrH M.uday it Novem ber iext, and make defence tocnmpluln aut bill or the same will be taken tor conli'ssed and the cau-e set tor hearing ex parte as totiiein. It is further order eel that this rMle.'bc "publi-hcd for tour j successive eek hi the; Herald and Tri bune a newspaper published in the town of Jonesboro', Trim., a notice to said defendants. ThU Oct, 5th, 1S74. - , r 1 4. M.GKAY.C. jct;8-w4jr..i ! , ; Kil.iVLUV-A.J-i. MBS. FANNIE A. BARRETT, Tal...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 November 1874

if. I. ficraiu ana Tribune. i I CHJylSnKD WEKKJ.T BY Al. 8. Mahonoy. ; Bites cf inscription i .l Single copy, one year, ,.,,,.,t 10 Five or more copies one ytiar, mch, 1,23 leu or mere entiles, ono year, t'ach, 1.00 W l"r flub of Ten. at 11,23 each.wo will M ini one extra ropy froe for one yw, to t)u getter up of the club. n R3iMQ'YAL. CARPENTER,, ROSS & LOCKETT, WHOLESALE Q ROGER s IOMMIS1ION .MERCHANTS, j ' , GAY SlUiKKT, knoxvillc, A VINO REMOVED INTO OUR NEW AND COMMODIOUS AR3 HOUSE. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO OFFER SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO THE TRADE IN , GR O C ERI E-S, Full Liucs Wooden Ware TOBACCOS SNUFF and CIGliS, s -. 1 ? rain Bags f .Crackers, Cheese Candies and Raisins, Nitls of all Kind, FineTaes A Specility HDibo s A S?CIAL7, EVERY BOX GUARANTEED, Wholesale Agents -FOR- ; " Lenoir's Cotton Yarns I ' AND ' . ' llolslon Halt and Plaster Company's i. f .19 r S K receive and sail on commission the at all times to got the best price for A. Wc Sell to Merchants Only. ATKIN nO...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 November 1874

'tit Herald and Tribune. C . Wheeler, ." . 'Editoks. MS. J. Mahoncv, K THURSDAY NOVEMBER 5 1874. i Tlie latest returni from tho election "wVeh tOTTt.pIiice ' on' tKe 3(1 inst., show tfcattbe RepuUioon party is in all prob abilty'16fc(cd'in tbo 1st Congressional , ,d5)4rlct-.8 fanr) this" edunty 1s conctrned lie dofeal is CJilaio. Ju-fho first Sen TFoTiaTTIlCtrfrB mar be-Buopwtful - bj i'tmall majority. : The Republican party oTtoe'Districtf in cousefjuence feel bu- n'tliate'd ood cast down, on the other bund the Deniocratio party; composed as it i. ' of 'Ex-Kebola and Conservative Uuion( ) Werils' correspondingly 'raised up, ju 4 tilant, hilarious.' We could expect nothing cIbo fiom the former. From the latter we are prcpaicd to expect any thing." Tbo conservative Uuion (?) men. who" with a few honorable exceptions played fast and loose with both 1 parties ' during the war, men who could have madew cleat racodl on tbo one sido ns upon the other men who have never 1 Fad any other but...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 November 1874

n Herald and Tribune. THL'lDAY. NOVKMHKK 5 174. luscious- . Divine Service nill be bold at the ME lurch, Jonesboro', on tlio iud and 4th Tlbath of each mofifb : at Johnson City lit and 3d Sabbaths- , S. S. Jonesboro' at 2 o'clock P. M. ! at Johnson City 1 o'clock A. M. , Prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7 o'clock P. M. 'J , SHUIiTZ P C, Peoplo ge married iu Moritffowo, on' 'horseback. ,---4. .w . ' " T ,. . ,;,' Green spples are scarce in this market. it i Qeod fruit would bring a good price, I Circuit C(tnt at Elrtabethtan next t t i A lot of nice -cattle passed Vuroa:,'h 'liwn this reek. ' iWf,hne io change to ..report iu the Wat'raniYet this week." J - f Pstridgcssre plenty, and tho weather Il favorable for Fpirtmen. . I Who will build ice house this year? We hope nnr town will be supplied with 9 for next sniimer. Hogs k Johnson are receiving new gnoda.'Givo ttern Vcall before buying liVwher'c. tf. iSme'rt's, majority is about 1,00. i Mr. "eece, of Maryland, has one of is force...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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if. VULGARltl" V MRS. L. R. jAJCIfl. You shrink from tho repulsive title. ' Not kss do wc, but we shriek infinitely more from tho fucts tlis imrgest it. j "VVhilo wo Jepreeafe the necessity for so J'ii)g, wo ueo tlio word vulgar in its gen- unclean. i 'iudihLnrss I Squirmis'iness 1" sorao- loJy cries, ; "Let these things regulate tbeu.sulves. Beys and mea are expected E . t . ..i. . Is it desirable to fulCl tins high mmded expectation ? N hen a , rare ana excep tional disappointment occurs in this quar ter, Is tho world the worst for it? He idea, how many men and boys would like to be describod by t bis obnoxious adjec life? ; You 6ny, "We ka-e to call things by their comes." In the name of all that is pure, is our mother-tongue so bar rcn that we must go back to the language of heathenism to make ourselves under stood? ' And docs tho use of right, well chosen words, . when occasion requires, ever cause titterings, guilty looks aud ob-i-ceue" associations? Mothers hear mol La it ncc...

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