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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 March 1875

aid and Tribune. jDLIsnBD WEEKLY BT f.S. Mahoncy. gates of Subscription t -nir. one venr, 2,C0 3!r rii- t 1 coDle. ono year, each, l,f( 1 mere copies, one year, each, 1.40 f For a club of Ten. at 11,40 eaoh.we Ld one extra copy free for one 0 t,c getter up of tlio club. -B ATTORNEY. a: . . nr. vni.iriTOll IM ClIAN- I W A MV - Jonrsboro', Tenn. OSce In A Laropsoni Kcw Jluilding, (airs, No, (7lmar23. KIBKPATIUCK, ATTOBNEY AT Aw,.loneboro Tenn. Oltlce In .,4Umpwii'NwBundlnK,Lp So. 7. . bnaus20. . c 1. v- fHUKS 1111. Al flAW AND vu iboro'. Tenn. I to collections, fof Kaw, Devi T aV AND UOLLKCTINO AGENT, l.A" V , . ....... CIII1. Of" i ll" Kbiriibivna .niinnn. Olllrc. one door ault & Co.. under j Gallery. !jBKOVN, ATTOBNEY AT LAW I iinrvtium nrtnntltttl ClVim 5 lections In East Teniiessee, and iWUKtern v a. , mi T .K WATERS. ATTOR- L nfy AT LAW, Rogersvillc, Tenn. L w.i in i Up circuit and Chancery j, oi Hawkins, Greene. Hancock and iil)irtoHCOlinilC.nii mm tjuiMriiiv fedcral Com ts ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 March 1875

-J I- 1 ! 4 ( Ilcraltliind Tribune. Golil in New York $. mj. ' CIVIL RIGHTS- The Civil Flights Bill a. modifitJ and - pnwd by the' House of Representative, was p,.;ci in tLo Sennto last Saturday nd oo Monday the President signed the' Bill. and it is now tie law of our connlry Sepablicina well Democrats of the South opposed tho pnmgo of this Bill. r;V!,.'NOTRATINa A Bill ha, been recently introduced .11 the Legislature of Illinois to do away, with '"treating to dunks." It jrovwca that any man asking another to drink any intoxicating lia,l0r3 shM be fined not less than $20 ci more than fl 00. - The Democratic member are very much exciUd over this attempted lunoTation on an established custom, and the Democratic members oft'on ; I fess from Illinois Lave telegraphed their friends to defeat the mcaauro at 11 hazard. Should this become a law many poor loafers will have to do with out their morning "horns." ,', THE FRESHET. The damago caused by the late freshets which Lave continued for t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 March 1875

Herald and Tribune. "llujiwUAY " MARCH, 4, l75 jonesboro' Listrct, M. E. Church Second Quarter Tn(..Wo' " Bells School j y House . , " 20. Jon'sborongh and Johnson City, Joccsborough ' . . . "27. farter Stntion cir. Shells Chapel March 6 T.ylorsville " Taylorsvillo "13 F,l! Branch Fall Branch ' . 20 llhealown " Milburnou " 27 Groneville " Speedwell April 3 OrMuetille Station . "10 J. A. RUBLE, P. K. Circuit Couit at Eliialiethton next week. ' Concert at Elizabethton next Monday night. ' ' . Lat Thursday two gentlemen by name of Simpson wore drowned in thi Ilolston river near Kingxport. Docs the local editor of the Journal love Sour-llrout? We suppose he had ju-t taken on a good supply when he wrote liis "premium list.' Wc have a few Chromoa of tho "Young Ilmiter" to give away to subscribers. The large number we purchased of "Polly Wants a Cracker'' has been exhausted. Prof. II. I'jjcsncll, was called to Dan drige laft Saturday to see his brother Alex who is dangerously ill. The Pro ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 March 1875

JOKER'S BUDGET. . .. Nevcrlell jour secrets in a cornfield, for it has a thousand ears. Why are tha girls ia Missouri always tweet? Because they are Mo. lasses. Why was Noah never hungry in the ark?, Because he always had ham with hiti. ' An old bachelor is a traveler on lifes' .m t t...'t,.. i- r..;i.i the proper connections. The following sentence will show the importance of tbe position of a comma : 'Woman Without her man, is a brute." Tbo word d-e-t-t is composed of the initials of "dun every body twice." C-r-e-d-l-t is formed of tbe initial letters of ,4c?.ll regularly every day I'll trust." , An indignant orator, at u recent politi cal meeting, in refuting an opponent, thundered out ; "Mr. Chairman, I scorn the allegation, and I defy the ulligator." When is a young man's arm like the Gospel ? When it maketh glad the waist places. ,- When is a butterfly like a kiss ? When it alights on tulips. A white boy met a colored lad the other day and asked him what he had such a short no...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 March 1875

aid and Tribune. Herald arid Tribune; jsl.B. Mahonoy. ftcs of subscription i 'copy, one yr, Bor.copl,onye.r,e.ch, 1,M mere copies, one year, each, 1.40 VorlclubefTen,attl,40eIah,we U tra copy fr.e forone athe getter up "c Tdkaukhick, attorney . ni.triTOR IN CHAN- rjonetboro", Tenn. Office In L Umpsin KewBulldlng, f B,-f.i.Aro' Tenn. OlHfte to 1 iW AND COLLECTIMO AGENT, r1.. i.nn. aneclal attention! T flT7 T H P I 111. SlIUM'i Vo collections. Offlce, one door . DMiult Co., under 0I ", Gallery,' , rv , , , ,. r nnww. Attorney AT J;Aw ip C0LLECTINO AO T. JonOS- iTentl. I BOM f T wnw 6 j lentlncl In woiteru Va. G9aug28 p nTT.LENWATEKS, ATTOR NEY AT LAV, Kogewllle, Tenn. rtctlce In the Circuit and Chancery . -i iiofVint. Greene. Hancock and Uon counties, and In the Supreme Ifertl Court at Knoxvllle,Tenn. ;itt . riPTO V. ATTORNEY AT4LAW n 80LIC1TOB IN vHANCKKT, '"""' . ... JIV..L .titin "MIS. WILL. UrWJUCT 111 urt of Cirter, auuiva ana i mu- i Countles.Tenn. opeciai huh vn to the Collecti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 March 1875

1 1 r Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY MAllCU'll, 137.3, The managers of the Centennial Show bt l'hiliulelphia, have decided to open the exhibition on the 10th day of May, 187G, and close oa tho 10th of November following. "My lap is at your service stand firm" This was the telegram rent to Senator Tliurman by Miss Anthony whin she heard that he had come out squarely in the Sennto in favor of women's rights, The farmers of Washington Coun ty generally seem in good spirits, not withstanding the unusual severe and rainy Winter, and we might say the great scarcity of money. Many of them are making preparations for a largo Spring crop. "Old Aleck has a Ion;? head and a wiso one" was the compliment given Mr. A. II. Stephens, of Georgia, by the Constitutionalist, for not signing the recent Congressional address to the people of the South by the Democratic members of Congress. The Grangers of this county will learn by reading tho proceedings of a meeting held in the Court House last Monday, th...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 March 1875

Herald and Tribune. joSaV MARCH, 11, 1675 jonesboro' Distrct, M. E. Church Becond Quarter. Joueslor' " Bells School House " 20. Jan'uboroiigh and Johnson City, Jonohorough v. " 27. drier Station cir. Shells Chopcl March C Tsjloreville " Taybrsvilte . " 13 yll Ilranch " Fall Branch 20 theatiiw " Milburnton " 27 Orenfill " Spesdwe.l April 3 OreoTill Station " 10 J. A. RUBLE, P. E. Frank Sellers lias a pig with two t'.l formed feet on one leg. Her. J. H Sliult, will preach tt the JJ. E. Cburch.next Sunday, at 11 o'clock i.M. Mr. II. I). Hale, jr., has a new st)la of guttering over tie door of his business bus. The Mountains wcro covered with floow last Motid iy, Mr. Jack Young, has been appointed Jailer at this place. Ffosioners are happy this weak. Tl cy kite just received their checks for the March payment. Mite Wex-trty Tb ladiet Mite Society meets this P. JI at 7 o'clock at ti e reiJeiee of Mrs. Maggie (Jrisbani an W'uUr Street. Sitti-cii bov and voiim ninn uvro ot the "Uig sliaiit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 March 1875

?! i : f I: i 1 Jl Equalization of Counties. 1 The following Is the bill for tie equalization of bounties, as it passed the louse of Representatives, February 18th : ; ! .Be it enacted by the Senate and House ' j jf Representative pfthe United States of ; , , America in Wongresa assemUed, That I Uiero sHall "be allowed and paid to each (';tnd everj J non-commissioned officer, j Wsican, artificer, wagoner, and private '! itoldier, including those borne upon the rolls as slaves, who faithfully served in t i the United States, who have been honor i all dUohirgad from such service, the l.!un of eight ' and one-third dollars a . 'mtnth for all the time which such non. ill 4 commissioned "officer, musician, artificer, i . wagoner, ni private soldier actually so i", 'Wved, between the 12 lb. day of April, l861, au9th'iyof May.1865. l; ' Sec. 2 that in case of the death, either f' j before or after the passage of this act, of any suoh ' noncommissioned officer, ' musician, 'artificer wagone...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 March 1875

Ijcraltl and Tribune. Battsef SusscriptUut .1 J,H) ;l;tr..rec.l..,uy". ,M J, ur mere copies, one year, each, 1.40 I For aoliiburTen.at 11,40 eacli.we X ,,, the getter ..Mf the cinb.-vr ATTORNEYS , JMti. 'lnTTEKIt K. A-n-oHX bV 'k.':i'a I.aiupou New UiiHdiiig, 0ri.lm ' TliuaiM. II.. stair. i 1 m X j KIKKl'ATKHJK, ATToRNi.Y AT 1 . . 1. 1 i'i.iiii A 'itiip vt'V At ' lift' AM' UiLI't'i'iiiu r,ji, ''.l.n.V. Ten... shm;Iu1 attentions , r vimio. Olhee. one !.;r Ltl of raw, nuvauit, v.i L.uMialltTV. ..... . t m I 11 A.'., CoLLKCTIXU A KT Jle IVil'i. I'KOM K'F attention givell f .IWtlMi in Eirt Teiiiiew", ami tiili.m;n V Ihu tTT-1 UU.F.NWATKKS. ATT..R- Y. N YATl.AW, KogersVllle, Tellll. V, ,,ra,;iiee in the Clrcu.i and t Imneery IZl "I llawkln-, Jroi n-. Hancock und Wi-liin'toii counties, anil In the Supreme, L federal Courts at Knoxville. I'eim. JiH-ii:!ii. T v TIPTON. Attorn ky at Law J. a m Solicitor in chanckky, iiub.'iiit.Hi.Ten.i. win practice j" Ui Court t Cutter. Sulliva;i mill n it'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 March 1875

Ilcfard and Tribune. - vr ' ;.- THURSDAY MA?tCII 18. 1873, While stopping at Philadelphia, last week ex-Fpeaker ttlaine was called upon at bis room, by many of the, leading politicians, capitalists and Journalists. The occasiou is described m being a rery pleasant one, and the Intermingling of yiews upon the pres ent ani" future of tho Republican par. tj of, the most hopeful character. In. Xe Yorlc City thora aro 7.000 licensed saloons. It Is estimated that the, receipts oftheso venders of liquor amount ;to $140,000 perdaj', nearly. $5,000,000 per annum. This absolute waste indicates an extrava gance realy startling. .Vhen it is con klered, too, that tbe larger portion of this amount is drawn from the working classes, it becomes more alarming. , . , LOCAL OPTIO.V The Local Option Hill is not dead yet as has loen announced, but is pend ing in the House on second reading, haying passed the Senate by a large majority. FOX PRESIDENT U It 76. Jefferson Davis has written ' a letter, tipla...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 March 1875

Herald and Tribune. ""fliUiM'AY MAUl'lI. 18, 1 75 jonesboro'Distrct, M. E. Church Second Quarter. Fill Branch " Fall Uraticli Match 20 Ilbeatowa " Milburn'on . " 27 Grceneill " Sjccdwe'.l . April 3 Greeuovilla Station " i,10 J. A. Rl'BLR, P.K. The Tennessee Dauwcmt, the "only t)eu,nertio paper in the county" died uJJly 'n rc,c8 to 'l ashes. Tie Presbyterian Church wil Lave a Moicl Sociable" at the charch on Fri day oight March 2Gtb nil member! of the differeot churches are invited. to.be pres lit. , - Wi understand there i a lady in town . i - i:... - Li. Ml- l bO wlucs m line a tuu wuu qui un ugly face. The husband of,tu lady sever will understand the reasons his wife ban for wanting one of tint kind, Perhaps the woman who dressed in turn's clothing and caroo down on Main Street at a late hour last Saturday night, ii nut aware that she was recognized by ioj person except the one who accom panied her. These are strange times. A new two horse wagon for sale on reasonable terms. Apply...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 March 1875

I i , ? Si Closing IIour3 of Conj-rcsj.' The following is tho dosing aMrcs o1 Fpeuker o upon- the m' u nm m of tlio 43d Congress, as we Aid in tho Washington Chunkle : GfiNXLEMtN : I ilise with this hour a 'six yearn' aerric s Speaker of the House of Represent at ires a period sur passed in lengthy but hy two of my pro deccssor, and equaled by only two other. The rapid mutations of personal and pol itical fortune in this cmntry l-avo l'mitci the great majority of tlioHO who have oc-cnpiU-tLis ol.air to shorter tonus of ;,J i rr ti t' would Vo the era vest inscaihi'it 2iS onjijn "and responsibilities of lit 'r.'A fat) Im dcfply 'touched by Ho'bignal a mark gfjiiihlio otsem as tlut which I Lava thiii.e racivud at the hands of n political1 .associates. I desire this last tuonrent to renew to them, one and all, ir thsr.ik and my gratitndn. iTi) thofs from whom I duTer in my patty relation-tlie , minority of this House I tender my acknowledgement for tho geocroiw.cjjurtey wii.li which th...

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. — 25 March 1875

ilcraltl and Tribune. jl'DLM!'KI WEEKLY BT. M. t?. M.thomy. bates of Subscription: I . nnn vear I 1X0 Vive or more copies, one year, each, heu or mere copies, one year, each, 1.-KI j Fur club ofTM. at $1,40 etcli,we LIl send n -extra copy free for one r t0 the getter up of the club. j' ATTORNEYS- .l i' LAW AND SOLICITOR IN HAN V l V .i Tumi. M't " kkt. - ; ii. .ii. it., fi'-;VulrsNo.. , l.lmarM. ..il.inl JC l-aillliwii www .miiji,..., J. K 1 K K. 1 "A I UlvR, AT I Aw. .Ioiinrmio , reiin. wince in ,Uim & Lumpsoii'B New Building, Up .. . 1 V CIMKFITII. ATTOKNKY AT Ih I aw ani Collecting Aoknt, i ,,,T -t.iuo. Teuii. Special attention , niwiimiit. Olllce. one .or f ..( ..f Faw. Dcvault & Co., under jjltoWV. Attoknky at Law kJ .ULIiwV- I ' " f vwuwr m .aa, I .II' liil.ux It 'll.kMIIT ! I mill lull VlVfll i lion In Kwt rennessee, and L,.U.weste.m Va. - I'WmwW iir I' tilLLF.N WATERS. ATToR. VV . -V IT I KiV'lTvilll'. 'I'l'llll. M I'll' ,. . .it ..I !.. i:l ttn ( ii-eiiu uml l nanee...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 March 1875

TIIUIttT)AY MAtiCH Jo, 1875, "TL passage of tlie Local option kill would le'VnwUa and detrimental to the fleroocraric party." J. K. T Harris. ' r tVe admire. Mr. Harris for bis toldncsa In J honesty in averting a fact that many of hif party i would not. be :willinjr. tA ad nit. Whisky always did help democracy, bot thoea Lo are temperate and belong e 1bafnrty do-wot-1 iketo--diBit4a fact. ;'f . I . . Tbe two faction of the Democratic party, in New Tork are known as tbe Swallow-tailed" nd the 'Short-haired." yha former are the rich big-bugs of the City. Tho leader of this faction is Maj. Wickbaro. The short haired are the Corner grocery politicians and ruffians to whom Tweed wai( the highest eonci taiie type of a public man. Tae editorial columoi of tbe Jenraal this week are filled with original natter, peculiarly rich and clerical allu ioMpootio round nes, and emootblj flowing diction. We rather tuspect trom the usual flatness of the filling of this department that aid out bide of '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 March 1875

Jli- Herald and Tribune. I lh0 &" '" nt u V -m- n7nica'1011 from. Longmirei roust mil'I' Vy MAUCl. ' ll5 jlft natne, J&elore f his; statement Vi Jl jpublislie'd. He. emea that. an -,r . jaV- ba8 been stolen in the' Core rir-i lonetbcrc'Distrct. M-E. Church I Second Quarter. t.il Branch " Fall DruiirU Match 20 Jut( " MilbnrnNm 27 fcrrcnevillo " Ccdwell April 3 fcrfctieville Station " 10 j. a. uuhli:, p. k. llrlii:ius Nailer. Tli Fccmd Quarterly Meeting of LifO'oro,' Station, N.K Cburolj, Sujtl: Lit burin on Saturday, iliu 27ib inst, .at 0 CHICK, At tumiiiuu inu MJO, fmebing bj He. G. Tay lor, com m union iertie on Sabbath at 11 'clock. The 8b!ier cordially invited to attend, j Fri'lsy, 2flL inst., l a day of ftiig inJ j.rajer in the charge. The members i the ('Lurch are exhorted to observe it .:.l. roliiriiitt fidelity. wnu JAMES ATKINS, Jr. Pastor. Circuit Court commences at ibis platjo .. r.t. -f a..:i S 7 ',.)' on iii" " "r"1-' , - Mrs. Bowser nas thrown from her hone in t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 March 1875

; 1 UiU Cos.-Ik.. e ft or 0Ai- 1 r CliJliiJl fvn M ( 'anoif a. I'd I ui l ml lwlt wxM'U: b ;. Jonesboro' Foundry.! ! Jienctu. 9 I r E- Tai-",. t llci a, i . . 1 - - w - ' Ls 'ffva a- M 'va1 tv- bi tte ev 1 cf to tarirttv tirwA. U a prorera .fcaJ. U j ftJaWAt iMytei to wvU. wltJuvrt , peMift! KVjitVA mik ter. ?.t w rtMNHfe-, Tlwr t wAtukz vti.t ntft. Mttn tut Lit. h ti a It.l . - ! ' " I ' ix - . tt ta .- fA t. I rftAfti.t fft- t.'I fi'fit fyf ft!l tk r.iHiv! nyn ftffn pr fm tUt U jbttv fttyl, 6ftli' brn.'U X.r for fef-! T ' U r fcM ; ail (rr.rrxr.t in alrrAt ftrfrjr d;rr tiorj ft Mft i.m. tfatrft tte wo'fe tnrna km it 11 U'Aim r.ym, )jb it wonW iaj rw..h nvre f;Tiitftl io tW fflV ftrrvr if tte wonn w(re to tirn in priftt Jf Ur fV (iftmin-SWtW?ry-J eftrtfiilly, tr,! will i-rvf eftftiJ cobruttft' tLat tbfe liita bit ftrt not ftt -ail wftk. ylm ra VtfA.liA(.jxt rtm lianh x prin tbU plft.nljr mftrnfeat vlf- plan, hit will ri effmir. hot (. will ryt Hi ftll'thftt ni kftTir. nf "wSffjl'fl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 April 1875

jlaldand Tribune. I j-UBLISIIKD WEKKLT BY M. fc3. Mahoncy. Bates of Subscription- Jrlc tovj, one year, 2,00 r m or more copies, one year, each, 1, Sor mere copies, one year, each, 1.40 is- For a club of Ten, at 1,40 eaoh,we ifuU end extra copy free for one "X to the getter up of the club. B T ATTORNEYS. "rTTTT UKADKKllK. ATTORNEY A I AW AND SOLICITOR IN 'JHAN- 2Y jomoro1, Ten,,. 03fc in ffin, UmiMwiii New Building, Ml'"'1"' v.. o f7lmar2d. I .-- ' J KlKKrATKIt'K, ATTOBJNKY AT M i aw .loncsboro', Tenn. Ollice In Jrhau, & Lampsou's NewltiiiMitiff, Up gSxo.7. "aBa. X- " Ev GKIFFITH, Attorney At JAW AND COLLECTING AGENT, i.uto,oro', Tt-nn. Special attention X :n to ! cilloctioiiB. Oilier, one door f,t of Faw, Devault & Co., under r nwnwv. Attorney at Law n r'oi.rKCTlNQ AO bt, Jones- Sro'.Tenti. Prompt attention given ,7 collections In East Tennessee, and !Unth western va. l-.n-u r 1' GILLKNWATEKS, ATToR YV. nfyatLAW, Uogcrbvlllc.Tenn. 111 practice in the Circuit unrt Chancery ,"...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 April 1875

Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY APRIL 1, 1875. Ueneiuber this is all fools day. The Democratic party have sustained another lota."' Juurwd. Who cares if it ' have"? Will "all five of them'' lat the country eop1o know what tbe? think of the Demo ocratio log law? Bpcnk out gentlemen, this is a free country. According to Judge Emmons charge to the jury at Memphis a few days since the Civil Rights Bill is unconstitutional. His opinion can be relied upon as being correct, as he is one of the most promi nent Judges of the United States. Tie Journal publishes a communU cation favoring a convention to decide as to who shall be Judga Gillen waters suc cessor. Better bold on a while gentle men there is do vacancy yet, and we doubt whether there will be. We are still sending the Herald and Tribune, to a number of persons in this county who are in arrears for subscription! As many of you will be in town next week attending court, we hope you will not forget to bring a few dollars along for the edi...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 April 1875

Icrald and Tribune. 1 " -rf-J TriTTliSDAY APRIL. '1, 1875 J Sonceboro'Distrct, M.E. Church Socond Quarter. Jl IJranch " F"U Rraneh March 20 kcutown " Milburnton " 27 Orecncvilla " ttccdwcu April a firccncvillo Station " 10 J. A. KUJiLK, r. K. Masonic Concoit at tho Hall of the Llgo April 7th and 8th. Circuit Court couvcucs at this placo 1Cit Monday. ..:. Quarterly meeting closoil at tho K. Church South last Sunday igl- Vied at Limestone on tho 1-lth of March, Jacoii Miu.kk. Tributo of llespeet ly bo Grangers will appear in our next IS.1U0. Tho physicians of Washington County Art nnvt m PC I Di vUUflUiUHtvi iu wui'pavu :uimv ffuenlay. - Hie Sheriff of Sullivan County passed jjnwn tho roaa last lucsday morning Villi five convicts for tho I'cnitciitiiiry. j Tlio Ladies Mito Society nicet3 this M.at 7 oolockat the residence of ,1, 8. Maboncy. Ml are respectfully nvited to attend. It is now thought that Dr. Munscy Vdl nut reach homo in time to d sliver a cturo at Masonio Hall next Monday...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 April 1875

DOINGS OF THE LEGISLA- if . f ' - TURE. T N What tho Nashville Banner says about that Honorable body. jjrip .Thirlj-nLlL General Assembly of Teonesaa adjourned yesterday, after being in ession seventyOve days. If tbo work aeaomplishcd daring tbat timo will not find favor in all quarter?, it can at least be said -that it will cumo up to average expectation, mc more sources of revenue were broaglit into "play, with less expenso tote incurred in rnnning the State Gov ernment. - These two points, standing out is bold relief, will contribute not a little ia glossing over ihinor sins of omission or commission. f During the session tbcro were fG2 bills introduced in tbe House, and 289 in the Seriatim aVl fig a total of 851. Out of this large -batch, 143 were passed into laws, Ia addition to this, there were 77 nguiopj adopted. , Although the Banner, m the official newspaper desig nated by the State Government, has al ready pubVff nearly all tho laws in full, for the convenience of tho gene...

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