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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 10 June 1880

2 NITPLK.M ENT. Cut teniion nud action taken It rcfctei.ee to tbeml ICbren 1 1 drain-, to far M I alu concerned, on advau tag t. IUil uudei nor by any inoeea H al can i.o drvi-i '. !)' man. bill inasmuch that lire cause lo be ' ;l Unit wi agreed to by thn xaemh. of thai committee (a plause.; thai c.-tc rule were lu bo ilef.-ired mini lux ii i M t un i inleiillalt liail been bi ought before this eeeathty. Tbera la no conineo. air, liial baa been xoadr M ihe part of ' ot our friend from the pegtaiitog IMM present time thai will not be benrttn and etrhily kept, t Appleufe.l The C'liaiioi.ni of your iiuiiuilttir. of the roni- .1 opposed to ad ptlne that rula unlet! It can be arrange,' that thai rub shall cot apply to the dele Kan for tlie cu,frned teats, and thai vc tball have a fair limit Minn In (bit mUtf Mr ..Henderson I desire but a word In reply. The argument of the distinguished repren illative of Maeaaeiniflta and of the rtittliigulihed rcpre an tativiMif liuliana la all proper a...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 10 June 1880

SUPPLEMENT. by I tie Chairman, and n (Jag Second and Third Hit trletstiie onir ntai.ta wor circled In nil dl til'' ii ll time an I MMM mentioned and rer Iliad, and the mmm-itr find that they were tb ehuli.' ..; a uirtjoi.i l.i IIiom dlstiiela. l i nn Ivaula In tl Ninth Congressional District of Pennsyl i tin; n ii . i- report against th validity of faaemitaal niadr ly A. Klein ami K K.Martin. ppi mat ) The eomMttM report again! u.e etnc i-i.iut, l. II. McKinncv anl II. II MoDair, In th Muelaentfi Congreislouul Didriot of i'lah.y. Varna. Wrat Virginia. In ths Third Oongrsseluual District the commit tee recommend that the eltung members, CD. Ilan rtij and M.A.Mai tin. ha allowed tu ralain their seal. Many uf ti e foregoing rrroftiruehda tio ... depend uidii the adoption In the National Convention of tbe principle of Congressional Iia -trlct ieireentatlti '.Applause I In eaak iKtol f.iv mbl consideration the com tnlttue nave aarei lalnod that ihoae delegatea who ar rucoioiuendeU v re a...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 10 June 1880

SUPPLEMENT. tight, wheu tbe iail!m bad besom fatigued b Ilia long (ission, and by lie dry detail of lb dl eoeal u, wave ui 'tually notifiable, aud ae cheer aflfrrhn-rra.il' air, lua leader nf Ibe (Irani kbOTaafiil and t .air naa .rials among tbi dtle galea niuu. :i tbairt, witiaad baU, cause. pred uiuLraliaa. und he'ind avail lb rboru Hli Toloe d ,-aatuie Tbia demonstration oohlluued tor mora iliai. three tinea lb length of Iba lima eon tuned In Ibe H.aliia demonstration mentioned above, amoiiK lite striking Incidents of Ibe da i1 1 ui i nimijilcuuiie among the dairon slr. tore castor Conkliug. wh.r wared aloft Iba (Meld en which wa Inscribed tbe Mate of Ken York, and suiuug Ibe iiu'rii air raproaeota lite J. li McCulkiiigh, "f l-nl .iJotic- Democrat, wlin, mounted upon a reportera' table, kept bia iiao.ikcrcblef a!olt In Ibo air nnlll bis anna vara weary. 'J licit followed rhuutlnt, stamp toy and singing of "Kally round Ibe 1'lag" Tin-, efcetr elod the demonstration, when aoma oue ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 17 June 1880

rinuaig ui 8 . TIP T O N , TCHT II'.'MWT MOBNISO TKB.MHi On oopy oo yr H M Go eopy atx mouths i oo 0 oopj thr months 0 MagUOofloi of perioi Km taught u not to print on orMlt 1 INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS; RESPONSIBLE FOR NOTHING. VOL. V. CLEVELAND, TENN., JUNE 17, 1880. NO. 23. RATES OF ADTT.HTIsnrO. IVfUiir rain of advertising, 1 1 pr njiure flr.t uuibilion and 5J reuts aoti snbaaqoMit jrtiOL. 8; tcttl io i r Hi U mid for ati adver tisements for f ur ore lions or over. Transient advtrtieibnU alwsjs paybV jauttrly 10 advance. Murages ai.d obituary Dotioes, orr one .OAre, ebv ged for at half regular raise. AU looki newt 10 otuU t Uwj for each In- irtion. Mo notice, inserted for leu than fifty Lore of Home. Standing on tiie thieanold, with id nkeninc ! .cm And mind, Standing on the threshold, with hei childhood lelt behind ; The .'i soilness blending lih the look ol tweet surprise For life and all i n marvels that lijjlit Uie eleai blue eye. Btan aJ on the threshold, with light loot and...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 17 June 1880

Weekly Herald Cleveland, Itanesioo. Till: V4TIOV4I. t.ltl l -.IIKIi (ovi:vnu HORUIBLG DISASTER. Til i; ROVIl 4TIOY Von hawMffi .IAMKS A. (JAUHELD, or Ohio. ion Vtct PtTWijmfT. OHK8TK8 A. ABTBUQ, Of Ni.v. Yoim. The ltrMittllrnn Cuntlliliitf'. Tin: nomination ot Qargohl me" Ar tliur ari-"iroli.ilily (he MM islectioill that could have been made. They arc strong atsn end will unite nil elements of tite party, SBO" march on to victory with Sftss. Under the rirousjstteces sre bellevo either Grsel or BlatM irouM have been defeated, flu haling bettrsen the friends of the two wm so bitter that iii'ilhrr potltll have brOUgtll about a re- eouetllhulou, tVa have belle tad for months that a new should be nominate! Tlie I'lutlorni ol Principles as 4liiled lam i i K I ic-iiing to do justice to all, ami hav ing i creal many QMsahsnk readsn ira publish their ptatfaru as adopted at I feiCSgO last week, viz : I. I'hut the right to make ami laaue money I a loverelgu pom ar to ba main talued by the peop...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 17 June 1880

i . LEVKLAND. TBSXKS8I E Tun Ki.iiai.I) fi-uin now till after Presidential election fur f0 !. the tr. a JTOM w ant ;i nice Collin clicnji go to A. I.. II I. A HI h II. I. 'h. Da, (. V. r'onii, a H'U know n nliy- slciaii of tills piece, died MMMbjf last. Agdl M year. A iiio dtitrni in .Mi nncs-ola Tues day pfWtuMjT CBSd the cool breeze ffOM the north reeterday. Iiht BCCBIVEO. Another lot of "Palsy" landal sii ppcr.- t i . i . i ASirnri i s Two mors II ay Barm, price 146.00 tint will he sold for $10.00; aud pay tu Ken in iJiieoii, lluur, i-oi ii or meal. nils' (w .1. M. Chow Hob am the Bator w ill supply nil pai tie" waiilinir it 1 1 -1 Ii i ii ir in hi- line, for Ihe llh of July celebration lit VVtttei Ville. rNOP. KaM haj re-rented the Ma sonic lntiliite anil will carry on t In school as usual next term. Itiai M.iy Held will remain us assistant. a few ruaUu seats in the Court lions yard for the henellt of ladies and visit on would not he amiss. Can't our ho tel people have them made...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 17 June 1880

lit- or Good Cheer. rbouith unglod banl lie's koul may be, And weari.y we rue it, The silent touch of father time Some (Uy ill sure nodue iU Tln-n, rtarlin;, wait; NothinK la late In the lijjht that si.lnes lower. We hunt at Wrt, a fiiond is goat; Wit elude at tho woil I'a hard drilling Wv tieiiib e at etTOWl on every aide, At the luyiud way killing. Yet aay e all, II a sparrow lall, Tho I-ord ktspett count lorever. IIu swpHh rmint. Werome, we go, We spfcu'.tie, toil snd tailor; lint thtj measure to each M weal or woe, God oidy c-Hti cic or alter, lie si mlt-th liglit, lie sctu clli i ighl, And chance RON M lorever. Why not titke lite with cheerlul trust, With l.iitli in t!.e slrcngih ol weeklies The s! iuli ret daisy rears its hcud Willi oo irngo, yd with SSSSkaSSSi A sunny luco llitlli liol y urnre To woo the sun loievor. Forever and ever, my (furling, yea -(Jo dee-H and love nre Ms4) iug; Only tl.e Iroohlet nn I chips ol earth Are winded Ironi tie flrtt lor (lying. Our My we plow...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 24 June 1880

rriuHiu ar W. s . TIFT OK, 'Ml TBl'UDAT MOkNtKO. TKK.Mhi One copy one yen- ej no One copy Hi month a 1 00 One copy threa month 60 Single Oopiea 06 1 xjierienee tu taught ca tol to print rjcwtinrtt n cwltt. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS ; RESPONSIBLE FOR NOTHING. VOL. V. CLEVELAND, TENN,, JUNE 24, 1880. f . .... ! At Homo from Church. The lilacs lift in generoni bloom Their plume of dew old faahoned flowera Their fragrance fills tbe still old home Where loft alone I count tbe boon. High in tbe apple-trees the beea Are bumming, l.uy iu tbe inn - An idle robin oriei for rain Bat onoe or twice and then ii douo The Sunday-morning qn et holds In heavy alnmber all the atreet, While from the church J nit out of light Hi hind the elmh come alow and sweet The organ'i drone, tbe Toioei faint That aiug the quaint long-meter hymn- somehow feel ai if abut out From aome myaterioHi temple, dim. Tbe day-dream fadei and o I try Again to oatch the tune that bringi No thought of temple nor of prioit, But o...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 24 June 1880

V Weekly Herald IcwI.-iihJ, Tennessee. Wliutii BMNH i iilie Jouniul-1-1 la V, I'm, cihe caption "Mai k mid J,V , Mark-," the Lebanon Hi raid l.a (Ml ! tossy of a recent letter written In Oov. j Marital "Tlie Governor Is i late, tic Iim IImii lilMjr, 'j jn- lucky object of There lie- t imou-. ji-h A Washington apccbl na: (Jen. (iarfielJ is a mem Urol' Um Ohriat iuu church, ordinarily railed Um fflf U'llite church, after it (bonder, Alex ander Qtnpbefl, This denomination in quite bras ami powerful In tlie rimiiii .um wesi, ami ;.s tinv are some ijiui(iii irknnMir. CINCINNATI. Mnnmi inn. Auk.. Jane Mtli. M Km mi: IIssmim Having been teas , lug reundMMideimHy erei sosas ikres ' 1 " ' 1 " """'! eonnti.viu Ark., vian.urrav. Van Bu-i """ ,M ''' ;' . ran hini I'', i inouctti Mime of roof rilOF. V. PAIKE, M. D.. MEDICAL AUTHOR AND TEACHER. many readers wouiJ like to hear my what clannish, it i said I bat the re I pil0l SissM eouiitira. Tiu-e tiiui- great l""are niiiialeil on l lie line f Tor...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 24 June 1880

7 C'l.F.VKLANU TKXXESSKE i in BallaM lint i ton-tviM1 from Wati-tvillc on tin .Inly, will )) -i-i 11 - MM laiM Not MOM than one man. A Hu'i t-lili' roint ItOCttion rliau ji-- ludiaiMfl voting Mass i-.-H-k to October. I'm: Hi n il it hum now till fttf Um I'rosklenllal Flection for ftO l Id 1 1 ii.ii i- mt iiwirti 3rd of; WhMJUS nir dearlv btlOVWl bMtMf (IMi IT. Fonl, Im uet-n ru'.leJ from M ' ,.t tliii- lil'r, u vi' Ihiih- to the re- Hv- IMNMIM MpWonUe Hi mm iril.,n.t for nil .'.xl maoii MMomieinf Mm nnlvsli on Chatty 1 in potter mm of MliMwm haraaftor, i Mpboll'i fen Oral oiinicr. , it i Hi and proper Ibal lii i-iuviviiijj .v ear load of Tinware mmm by brethren shnailu render ssjsnn tribntf f I i -m i i lo hlr llirllioi J III OKaU ol o'lr - i II. aud reward for bint wtiUellrlaiK. 'I'm iri- cream mIoobi era doing about tin- heal bnslnaee ofanytliing aa kuow .of at OMMBtt Tin: "lily ii Iioim- ami loot a ride, M IMIS4).- Om Martlnf Ita Miller of this t-itv, Areiasjer" actually hired bu...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 24 June 1880

Wars. II ton rrett n;el pk to m to nighl In twtal Uncakgc of the unknown Und, Bidding m cbooM from trcuure infinite, From foodly gilt nd gloria in hi hnd, The thing I coveted, whl ihould I take t Fame' wreath ol hyt ! the fickle world' esteem? Nj ; greened by may ware on brow tht che, And world' applauding peth a a dream. Should I chooce lore to fill mine empty heart With toll trong tweetne, a in dyt ol old? Nay; lor lore' rapture balh an titer rmart, And on loTe' roe the: norntu t manilold. Should I cbooe We with ng ncoeeding year ? Ny; earth long .Ue U longer time lor toar. I would chooe work, and neTer-failing power To work without weak hindrance by the way, Without recurrence of the weary hour When tired, tyrant nature hold it way Over the busy brain and toiling hand. Ah' il an angel came to me to-night, Speaking in language ol the unknown land, So would I choose Irom treasure infinite. Hut well 1 know the blessed gilt I crave, The tneluss Btrengtb lor never-ending Uk, I not lor...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 1 July 1880

5Tt)e ttocklp Qetalfc, routait IT W . S . TIPTON, aviat tbcmdat mob!ioj. One copy 1 le year sj 00 One oopy tlx moalfa i oo One oopy three months 60 Bwgle Ooptee 05 Fxperienoe has taught u not to print a Bewijieptr ou eredit , INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS ; RESPONSIBLE FOR NOTHINO. I VOL. V. CLEVELAND, TENN., JULY 1, 1880. NO. 25. RATES OF AMF.RTISI50. Beynur retoi of advertising, II per aqaare first insertion, end 60 cent tech fobeoqaent ineertion. Special contract! will be made for ell advec- tieemente for four insertion or over. Transient advcrtiiemcnU nlwtje pereol quarterly in id ranee. Mtmagca end obituary notices, orer one iqnere, cbr.ged for et half rt-gnlar rates. All looti news 10 oeute a hw) for each u Mo notices inserted for leee then fifty oeoti. The Tno Spiders, Two spiders eo the atory goes Upon e living bent, Entered a meeting houee one day, Aed hopetully were heard to say: " Here we ehall hare at least lair play, With nothing to prevent." Each choee hit place and went t...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 1 July 1880

Weekly Herald Democratic Convention. I"V - Cleveland. Tnaewea. For Prrsidkxt. JAMES A. QAKFIKLD, or Omo. Fen Vick Prrsimcrtt, CHESTER A. ARTHUR, Run rroRS Statk at Labor. cttv ;,:. MA.NKY. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FK!fv RBROR, HON. ALVIN HAWKINS, of Carroll. The nomination of General Hancock M n cs ml id ate for tho L'rosldeiioy by tUc democratic party reminds tin vtty forcibly of the habits of tltat Iguoblo who, when pursued, runs Its bead under the sand In the vain belief thai its whole body Is concealed from view, and f nicies Itself secure from Impend ing danger, four democratic friends are laljorliij under the belief tbat t lie broad mantle of patriot Unt of Qeuoral Hancock will cover up the putrid car cms of democracy , and conceal from the honest voter of this couutry the fostering torea svliloli are mattered all ibruttfli itapaat record, tboy will doubt lew discover their error on the drat Tuesday of Xovonibe-r next. The issues of this campaign are to be tiled not by the merits or...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 1 July 1880

I'rof rctlliiKN ol I in- 4 tutucery Cum I at lleiiton, :. CLEVELAND, I KNNE8SKE It J n the future the Herald will be priu ted every Friday evening instead of on Thursday morn ings. This will enable us to get in more news of the week, and also to deliver our paper in ac cordance with the change of the mails. W. 8. Tipton, Publisher. JUNE 1st. JS.SU. I It i lati.l 11111 S luiol Xew.-sui y absence from our b.-iiictuni ha iiii'vcntei1 im from gi lug any e icndcd notice of CleveMml High School. ' Hon. W. M. BfVeWbrd, ciiauedlur. Hut even tit tkil latt luy, for the roo.1 Hon. II. II. lngtfMll, IpfoUl l'haiict-1-of the public, we a ih to lifiir U'l-linioiiy lor, prciding. to tin-f ut, that In our Midst -fal our Q. A. Loog VS B. G. WlUlt) coinpro town for tin- pint M-vrial year, noil uiUed. I5ob Sclvidjjc is mnking u new home on, of bll old one. a tenia belonging to Mr. Tom Collier ran luvuv Tuesday in town tearing up the wagon and liamOM, Thkkk will be ii lot, of country wag ons in town Sa...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 1 July 1880

In the Twilight. w. i. raxuox A we grow old. oar yeatetdajs Seen Tery dim tod duutil, We grope, aod tboae in darato'd ways, Tbroagb til tbtt Is eilaUnt; y. i fr i ff ''' abln i right tod t in Willi (Qua ttat long hT fad-d, And Fa dead iftt-m rtiangely cut To tboae that life baa tbaded. At we grow old our Kara are few For frienda moat lately taken, lint fail-a fal l the rammer dew From row-a lightly akakt-n Wuen some chance word or Idle atia'n, I The nbord' of memory aweeplng. Unlock tbf flo'id gUa of ocr pain Fur tbore who taugbt na weeping. Aa we grow old oar ami'ea are rare To tboae wbo greet na daily, Or, if come living faoea wear The looka tbat beamed ao gaily From eye long o'oeed and we ebould rmile In acmer to their wooing, J i hot the paat that abinea the while Oar pow-r to tmlle renewing. Aa we grow old onr dreams at night Are nuver of the morrow; Tboy come with vanished pleuore bright Or dark with olden aorrow; And when we wake the namea we (y Are not of any mortala, But of...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 8 July 1880

rruD at W , S. TIPTON, TUT TMCMM1 IMHMt TKKMm One eopy one year w w Oneoopytamoutlu ... ',' i oo One copy three month. .. 50 8.ngle Otrptaj ..,'.',", 06 I'xperieuoe bu Uagbt ti Dot to print a utwiptr on credit. KATES OF ADVFKTISIXfi. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS ; RESPONSIBLE FOI! NOTHTNO. VOL. V. CLEVELAND, TENN., JULY 8, 1880. NO. 26. Regular rates of dvertiwng, tl perqoie Bnt liimliini to') .VI oenti each fubseoent insertion Bpeeul contract will he made for all advfr Uaementi fur four intertioui or orcr. Transient advertisement alwaja payable quarterly in advance. Marr age and bHuaiy nolle, over one quare, cL ged for at balf regular ratea. All locai newt 10 eeut a lr for each in. lortion. Mo noticea inserted for leas tban fifty cent. The Hill f Lit.. We only ask. a,y twart and I, A little peaoe, a little ret. We're tr.Teied far my heart and I, and no raepouda to our reqneat. The hill of life U eteep and high, And ihorna the grasses underlie, We know it well my heart and L We're bad ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 8 July 1880

Wpplrlv fTovalf George William CurtH on The MurJiu Her Own C hildren " -- A Ll x V4 .oinliiatloo. Jr. rr. Jul v 1. Mary O'Con- Clereland, Tennessee. UK 1 A WERVS I .4S1 &EW YOHK, Jlliv ner, i j yesrs old living at Xo 46 V- Issaeii lliaaa il wick nf h 4,-!t - If II ReferriuK 10 tho nomination of ton. avenue, this city, murdered her posed la-ik ol fjatinr forty div At fOK f'Ft .It.EST. .UliTtJ a. GARFIELD, v7 Ohio. J Via Pur. ;:r:?i. fM&nzn a. AirmcB, r Xl Voi;K. Gen. Hancock b, tie Cincinnati coil- three children at 2 o'clock this uioru v-i,ii..., fin,..-. vv.l!,.... f;. ..r i'lKbv uittinir their throats with a 1 i SaSstsksM L1 U . . ..... .1.- it... a .1 I ..jfu tl j-.-t.eiHi Hancock re Li r a v.-.Mi no rj?or. bhe say she first tiled to kill them w ith ft carving knife, but didn't ' .unioii.i r.i il Ik. . I... I. , t I t I NWWII .U .. U , UIC , II II lil' CM , .t , ill l,ii Irr n.i ?.i-iiimv.'.. i. . iuuit.i .1 nil,, , " ' ' r r. JTV , , , . : ued with her; She killed him fi...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 8 July 1880

1 HIDAY, JI'I.Y !.. IS.-I). Miii. M.i:v A. F. Lowr., widow of the late II. Lowe, died Tuesday morning lad at the agu of M years. Mr. I.mvc had been falling in health ever idiice Iter liiixbamU death. Be MM SIM try Wednesday n:u! ning. In the future the Herald will l Harrison, has the Ducktowii mute oc printed everyWie. n i, 11 1T1 I I !n food bands. The Doeuir wm at . 1 Kiiiy even insr ,,nw puc, nd on instead of I'l ut ft-dlUiiH ol' f ount Souit. Coi i v Court met in ijuarierly : lou Monday. The follow ing business transacted. The fulfon ing juror ; were appointed for the .September term rein:. ins were intoned in the city ccnie-! of the Clrcnieouri, lo-wit : on Thursday morn ings. Tins will enable us to get in more news of the week, and also to deliver our paper in ac cord a nee ay i th the change of the mails. W. 8. Tipton, Publisher. JUNE M. 1880. Tay Bridge in Scotland is to bo re built. Thk Knoxville IWhMthas played out too much Hancock did it. - - 1 We have received a copy of ...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 8 July 1880

Our Foremothers. Down the vUU of a Mutiny, Tbrongb In dim sod slisdowj jtsri, Teaming their toils ud ttragglc, Jij ml sorrows, hope iDd f nr Come the Toiee of noble women, Who. with felhert, batbsnds. trotheri, Kept the feith end fought the battle For the right oar brsrs fortmotheri, Women who, when freedom, fettered, Bhook it ebsiui, deflsbee burled. TffH their bard that lit the beacon. Tbein the flag of truth unfurled, Their, the finger, iwift and tklllful, Span the flax aa white a tnow; Wore the oloth that clothed the aimlts, Whioh for freedom (track the blow. When the olonds of warfare darkened, And the country's woe eeemed near, Their, the brare heart, fall of ojaraje, That the doubting belped to chter, Their, the bearte that true and Under, Knew no faltering or distrust Cheered the bopelte, toothed the weary, With their word of faith and trust. If to-day those coble matrons Bisters, wives who saciifloed All they hid for homes and oountry, Oon'd from their long sleep arise, I c...

Publication Title: Weekly Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The weekly herald. — 15 July 1880

'tnuiln sr W . S . TIPTON, On copy oo year (1 M oopyaU month i oo One mm threa motths ft "wgla Copies M Experience hu taught gs not to print a wytptr on oredit. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS ; RESPONSIBLE FOR NOTHING. VOL. V. CLEVELAND, TENN., JULY 15, 1880. NO. 27. HATES OF ADVEBTISIXG. Regular rate o( advertising, II per rqaare flrit IomtUoo, 1 1 N oouU tteb rubstqoenl Insertion . Speak! contracts will b ma J. for kll adver Usemeuts for fmr insertions or ovir. Transient kdwrtiromtnts .ways payable aarterly in kdrkwe. Marriages mj nbitaary notices, lint one 'qaere, cLf (,! for at tiklf regular rates, AU loot! newi 10 r.uta k for Mcb in rtion. No notice.1 inserted for lent than fifty cents. Tke liiglier Courage. i ou tell ino tbt lilo la not what I d That man is selfish, and woman rain ioai the strong are nude strong through offering, And the wis are wise but in hearing pain; That oar eoult are filled with earthly dnat, The glory fades from our akies away, And the human heart, like the ...

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