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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 January 1871

v..... Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People : . . i v- ' en 4 VOL. II. tcrald and tribune. PUBLISUKD. EVEBY THURSDAY BY PB.C WHEELER IK. M. S. MAIIOXEY. iEltM.S: $2 00 per Annum in advance PROFESSIOXAL. 3. B. M'LIX. K. L. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIR, Sit aruens at AND Collecting Agents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to all business entrusted to us throughout the counties comprising Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octl3-ly THOS. H. BEEVES, ttavutn & JOXESBORO', TEX.., WILL attend to matters connected with the purchase 'of Kv.al Estate, Settling: Estates, Collecting I-bt.-. Ac. Office Up-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith's Sin. p. 70aug2.yl K. MC.VSOX, - Late of I - K. 1. BAILEY, CaaliiT of Exclinnee and DfjHMiit B.ink. Munton S-yinour. HUNSON & Real Estate BAILEY, Insurance h. (Claim gct5, Idioxville, Tout i. Ofice ia i:xchan;e and D. posit Cank Bnildin?, Cay street. E. N. G-RIFFITHV - ATTOII...

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. — 5 January 1871

i i, t,,, m nil -i , -l 1 1 - w v: I y.a. r: ".I' ... , .... t-T af I rrBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY Dr. C. WHEELER Dr. in. S. HIAIIOXEY. THURSIUYJAXUAKY 5, 1871. OURSELVES. -We begin the new year, 1871, under the mo. flattering auspices. Our eufescrib tion is large and our advertising custom liberal- We therefore begin another year, un der high hopes and bright anticipations. We .have no regrets to express, for what we have, raid and done, and assure our patrons, oar course in the past shall be a faithfu. reflex of the future. During the coming year, we shall publish the best weekly paper in East Tennessee, for our arrangements to do this are perfect, hav ing spared no trouble or expense to meet demand foi the fulfillment of our pur- XIIE JTEW STATE. In 18GI an attempt was made by the loyal people of East Tennessee to erect a State out of this division of Tennessee. The preliminary step was a Convention at Greeneville, which done all it could do to consummate the separation of East Te...

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. — 5 January 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOB ADVERTISING. Square one insertion,.... v.!".-......! 00 4 Each subseO tient Insertion.".'.. T. " Three Months, 5 00 " Six " 8 00 1 "One Year 12 00 i Column One Year 25 00 . " 40(H) l " ..75 (X) I 4 4t 140 00 A Li. advertisements due when inserted, unless upon special agrrcmcnt. "When the number of insertions is not marked, advertUrmonts will be inserted " til for bid," and charged accordingly. For the announcement ol candidates for State Ofliees, $10; Count', $5; Municipal, $3, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, JANUARY "i, 1871. Regular Meetings every Monday night. . JoursI4r Divison S. f Y. Meet every Thursday evening. A full attendance is desirable, at the next meet ing, as the officers for the next quarter are U be alerted. - , - Sell 01 Cmmifcinrrs. There will be & meeting of the School Cojiimisionera on the first Monday in February, the day of the next County Court. The object is to organize a Coun ty. Board of Education. Let there be a full att...

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. — 5 January 1871

I "-7 SO! if' 1 i ' . t 'If r i v Ii Farmer's C'rvotl. We believe in small farm and thoiough cultivation. We believe the soil loves to eat as well as the owner, and ought, therefore, to be well manured. We believe in going to the bottom of thing; and, therefore, in deep ploughing and enough of it. All the better if it be a Fnbsoil plow. We believe in large crops which leave land better than they found it, making both the farm and fanner rich at once. " e believe that every farm should own a goxl farmer. We believe that the fertilizer of any soil is a spirit of industry, enterprise and intel ligence without these, lime, gypsum, and guano will be of little use. We believe in good fences, good farm houses, good orchards and children enough to gather the fruit. We believe in a clean kitchen, a neat wife in it, a clean cupboard, a clean dairy, and a clear conscience. Tlie .Tlaiiurc Question. Some time ago I observed an inquiry in your paper, whether it is best to put barn yard manure on ...

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. — 12 January 1871

1 Hera 1 ' Tribune. Id 1 1 W Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. Vol. il JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1871. NO. 19. f - XxttM and (Tvibiwc. CZj i'i ni.isin:i kvi:i:y Tiiriisn.w by IR. C. VIIEEEER V DR. M. S. SIAIIOXEW TERMS: 82 00 per Annum in advance. PROFESSIONAL. H- II. I.EB.'tL, (frofiieville, Teim. Y. W. K.BrT, Jonesboro, Ten. Attorneys & Solicitors, Succeed to all the law business of XVm. Henry Maxwell, Esq. in East Tennessee. 7lhleC22ll)i J. B. M'MN. K. I-. BLAIK. M'LIN & BLAIR, ttotnem lit fato, AND Collecting Vcents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. I'KOMI'T attention given to all business entrusted to in throughout the counties -oiupiisiiig !'i r East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 7(Kcti;Hy thosTh. reeves, JONESBORO , TEW., XVH.Ij attend to matters eonneeteil with the purchase of lical Kstate, Settling Estates, Collecting Iebts. Ac. OlDte l-Stairs, over Atkinson's Sil ver Smith' Shop. iOaujri vl K. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 January 1871

f PUBLISHED EVERY TIIURSDAV BT Dr. C WHEELER A Pr.W. S. FI AIIOXEV. THURSDAY. JANUARY 12, 1871. PRESIDENT GRANT AND HIS ' AD.TIIMSTKATION. The Democratic party is felicitating it self upon wnat seems to it tie prospect of a rupture in the President's Cabinet, and a consequence of this, the irreparable dismemberment of the Republican party. Their organs. East and West, Xorth and South are heralding with grand flourish of head-lines and high wrought composition of articles that the present Administration is on an inclined plane, going down to ut ter ruin and decay. They are delighting their readers with the assurance that unity and harmony do not prevail within the Republican ranks. They charge nepotism and personal preferences upon the Presi dent in the distribution of official patron age and assert with a seemingly exultant confidence, that these will ultimate, not only in the disintegration of the Republi can party, but in the failure and disgrace of th Administration and the ascen...

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. — 12 January 1871

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. Square one. Insertion -.........l 00 Kach subsequent insertion.... 73 " Three Months, ...5 00 " Sir 8 00 1 44 One Year .. I .......... . 12 00 1 Column One Year 2S 00 40 00 I ''.-' .,;.. i 7- (K) f . : 140 oo All advertisements due when inserted, unless upon special agreement. Where the number of insertion is not marked, advertisements will be inserted til for bid.' and charged accordingly. For the announcement ol candidates tor State Otlices. $10; County, ; Municipal, 3, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, JANUARY 12, 1871. Rhea Lodge '. 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. Jiiesbr Dlrison S. ( T. The Joneslorough Division, No 67, meets every Thursday evening Hall, at o'clock. in their The Washington Reform Lodge, No. C5. I. O. of J. T., meets every Saturday Ffunielpal Eleetln. On Saturday next, the 1 4th, our citi zens will elect a Hoard of Aldermen. We "II , 1 A I - trust there will oe no uisiuruaiicus vn uwi day, and that no candidate ...

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. — 12 January 1871

KgrinrttttwU. Hauling Out iTIaiiurc. Commence dropping the heaps two and a half paces from one side of the land to -be manured, and drop the heaps five paces t part, the whole .' length. Drop the next row five paces from the first, commencing half way between the first two heaps, break ing joints, as it is called, and so continue until the whole is finished. This takes .one hundred aud sixty he:ips to the acre. If it is desired to manure pretty heavily, drop five heaps from a one-horse cart, which will take thirty-two loads to- the acre. Six heaps from the cart take twenty seven loads. Seven heaps twenty-three loads." .'Eight heaps twenty loads. - An ox- ,cart or a two-horse wagon will hold one or two heaps"more," The" quantity required on an acre must always depend upon the quality of the manure, the condition of the land, and the kind of crop to be raised.- Am. Agriculturist. Spreading JVIamire. In. going through the country we pee much ef the manure drawn out lying in heaps, and ...

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. — 19 January 1871

A I ' . --,- - ' . .. . -. - ' 1 I v .;..' - t .4 1 r j j i. a a .r: . CI 1 ( re rr 1 s U OA 1.1' . r f 4 it il Honesty of Purpose : mud Equal Rigbta to all Men, win secure Happiness to the - Peopled a r t ' i . ) i - VOL. II. JOESBOROUGH; TENNESSEE; THimSBA:Y;- : 1 1. NO. ; 20. flLLFl " . v . "'', '.' -, ; I'--- . " "Tl FT I -Mir "i " . . -r, - , 1 I r M ft - U " ? PUBXJsnED EVXKY TUVKSDAT BY 1 DR. C WIIEEIXR & a DR. JHL. S. JWAIIOXET. TERilS:' 2 00 per Xnnum in advance ft w i PBOFESSIOXAl. F. W- EArT, Jonesboro, Ten. Attorneys & Solicitors, !f to all the law baoUiPfs of Wm - Xlenrr AUxwell, Ksq. In Eafrt Tennessee. J. 11. M'LIK. , B. U BLAIB. ,-M'LIN . & BLAIE, - - - - . - - . . .,r. . .. 4 f AK1 V Collecting Agents, -JONESBOROV ; . . TEN1TESSEE- . , Prompt attention given to all burfn-cua AtriiHted to u turourotit tne couuhm tpmprixinjf Upper Eat Tennensee. . OFFICE under Keen's Gallery,: 'I 70octl3-ly - r ; - ,: .THOS. H..KEEVJES, JOKLSBORO', TEW?' WILL attend to hia...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 January 1871

ft gicrnld mul&nbmito PUBLISHED EVERY THCRSDAY BY Dr. C WHEELER fc Dr. ITI. S. ItIAIIOXEY. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1871. T 1 i in i i il" ' i i i ' ' THE LEGISLATURE AND THE IV WARRANTO CASES. A .resolution Iim parsed the Tennessee Senate authorizing the Governor to em ploy Catsnsel tOTcprefieTit the? Defendant in the quo wsrranfo'cases frdm this State 'now pending before the' Supreme Court of the United States at Washington.' ' 4 Of all the ridiculous measures our pre-' xut body of law makers hare undertaken, ibis is certainly the most unaccountable. A' ' to un Ver, of, i ud i vid ua Is in, a tte m pting .to gratify, an insatiable t greed for office, -have, seen proper to , take, the responsibili ty of violating a law of Congress.' Now ibur "State Government gravely steps for ward and proposes to make' the law abid ing people of the. State pay, for defending then against a prosecution they knowing ly and willfully brought upon themselves, and this at a time when the State is una ...

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. — 19 January 1871

.HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS -FOR ADVERTISING. Square one insertion, 1 00 i - Each subsequent insertion!.; ' 75 " Three Months, 5 00 t gix " 8 00 1 One Year.,...........i.12 00 J Column One Year a w 40 00 i t 75 00 f 4. 140 00 a t t. lvi-t1iTinta dne when Inserted nniPii nnon cnecial agreement. Where the number of insertions is not marked advertisements will be inserted " til for 1.14 ' atiA otiflrcrod vnrdinrl V. For the announcement oi candidates for State Offices, $10; Couuty, So; Municipal $3, invariably in advance. - ' THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1871. Rbea Ldg Ne. 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. . tJanesbre Dl vlsan S. ef Tf The Jonesborouzh Division. No. 67, i meets every Thursday erening in their Hall, at 6 o'clock. The "Washineton Reform .Lodge, No, 65, I. O. of O. T.,' meets every Saturday t evening, at 6 o'clock, in their ilalL , Great Excitement. . Some of the citizens living near the base of the tall and rugged mountains border- ' fneon the South Eastern portion of thi...

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. — 19 January 1871

' ' - -i i.n.i iiM.sii,'wrtM in ami : -si '" i jj- u.. . .-trt ii. ii hi i - uiit.ieiMyflwiaMiiiMSissssai . "TTlsi y - 1 1 1 1 1 1 i in ' i .j-7w.ifr-f -a:; Hints to Producer. A correspondent of the Athena Post r iwntes as follows f( r) 7. - For the hist Week t have had occasion to visit a good many of the towns in the surrounding and adjacent counties-and every-where been 6truck with the reluct .. ance with which' our people' let go their produce. They are universally complain ing of the hardness of the times, scarcity of money, and all that sort of thing, but never for a moment seem to reflect that ' they hold' hi their possession the only Qfjneans possible for their own and a general relief from the present pressing condition of affairs. The product; of farm labor wheat, corn, oats, pork and bacon, and various other articles produced directly from the soilare the only means of procuring , money oar agricultural people have. Mer- fehaata bring no money into a country, but, on the ...

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. — 26 January 1871

I W r 'S C V . - . M. :- 'Hi .4 ? if ra:.J .!f 'is 1 .!' .Mimh 1 , slink f ;!. ?rd f.r. :.!C;.' Hi i'l-.i l in .i.l ." !.4t!'M4'J'! ; I -. .7; MIA? T if IT ni : s. In' i L b LL.C x. 11 .11 Honesty of Purpose. ''and Equal Rights.to all Men, will sepure HappLness'to thelPooplel' I'.H I ' - 11 , ;UQNESB0110UGH, TENNESSEE THUHSDAY; VNUXRV26; 1871. r V r . - w , w-Hi'I il art OU "li f-. ? '" -- t)' ' l t I. i . i - ."" ;- 1 (ft. pcrnld ami ribuue. vi.A ...... f 1 ' . - I l-UBLl!HED EVEnY THURSDAY BY DR. Iff. S. Iff AIIOXEY. $2 00. per Annum iu advance. in . H- H. ItL, , -Jonrsboro, Ten. Attorneys & Solicitors, b'licceVd to all the law bniin'! of Win. Henry Maxwell, Esq. Iu Eat lennesscf . ?0dec22in3'' K. li. BLAIK. M'L I JV & BLAIR, ; flttotmm at tain. "Ac AND . 'Collecting Agents, JONESBOROT. TENNESSEE. Prompt cttention given to all buincs ctitriintefl to us throughout the counties coaiprulnK Uppr Bart Tennee. . -r. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery.'' ,j0oetl3-ly . ; . THOS. hTrEEVES...

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. — 26 January 1871

KxtxM and ritotw . PUBLISHED EVKltY THCKSDAY BV Dr. c tviieeljeii & Dr. 91. S. ITIAIIOXEV. . TIIC LEGISLATURE. As thlft body is doing worwrtban- nothing, it is rlrely that we eel it our duty to en cumber our columns' with a report of their proceed!ngs.TTn charity and free gratis, we will inform our readers it is in session, has been in session since the holiday?, and sayeth not. Of all the farces and bur lesques ever . enacted upon the political stage, this is the most consummate. Never did more Christophero Slycs, fi nd their waj into an unknown chamber. A more complete farce was never known or record ed in the annals of political comedy. This' Legislature has no more conception of' the extent and ' character of its duties, the wants, demands and exigencies of the people, taking their legislation as a crite rion, than the untutored, wandering Bush man" of Ethiopea, has of the Atonement. th6 Life and Resurrection.' They plunge ahead into every excess of law-making, as heedless o...

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. — 26 January 1871

t Herald and tribune TERMS FOR '"ADVERTISING. Square one Insertion,...-. ....... ..,1-00 . . . . I . . F.seh subsequent insertion.', .i '75 Three Months, 5 00 "Six ........r. 8 00 1 " One Yeaf .-. 12 00 1 Column One Year 23 00 " .. , 40 00 .....'..............-140 00 ALti advertisements due when inserted, miles upon Mieeial agreement. Where the nnmlx-r of lns-rtio"iis I not marked, advertisement will be inserted " til for bid," and charged accordingly. For the announcement ol candidates lor State Office, $10; County $5; Municipal, invariably in 'advance. THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1871. Rlieu Lodge 47. Regular Meetings every Monday night. Jnetoro I)ivisu S.(T. The Jonesborough Division, No. C7, meet a every Thursday evening Hall, at C o'clock. , in their The Washington Reform Lodge, No. C.i, I. O. of G. T.V meets 'every Saturday evening, at C o'clock, in their Hall. Religions. , . . The Rer. W. G. Barker will preach at the Court House, in Jonesborovgh, on the 1st Sunday in February next,...

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. — 26 January 1871

Y it 1 1 Hi ! I : 1 8 , ft :i 1. J": A . t 4 'if 1 0 , ; , -1 - m- n wrr rr '. : "t Eutler Paclcnges j At coi respondent" 0f the . Williamette (Oregon) Farmer rays : The butter, firkins I have used yith the r bes( 'succefa were manufactured from veil seasoned spruce, although well seasoned fir, oak or ash. will do. No sap should be left on the timber on tfny account, as. by long standing the sap is liable to sour1, grow black and moul dy and injure the butter: Size, about twelve inches deep, by -eleven inches in 'diameter at the top and nine at the bot r torn, in the clear, with a good tight cover made to fit close, so as to exclude the air: This size will . hold from thirty to forty pounds, and the chape is preferred by, the retailer on account of the ease with which the butter is returned to the firkiu.;. Too much care cannot be used in preparing the I firkin, (before packing the butter. This should be done by soaking it in clear spring ei well water from four to six days'chang- i...

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. — 2 February 1871

"Off J - - v " - 'V" --7' ..n . e ' -"; V J.t ft , 4 J, (' i(t. it . f I i--.fi-. ; 1 L J ., ... ) j Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the Peopie. ;.;.'.- ' r - :-- VOL. II. , JGNESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1871. NO.- 22. ' - ! J. '; : ' :4 , Qf r PUBLISHED EVERY .THVBSDAY BY DR. C AVIIEELEU & DR. If . S.' MAIIONET. TERMS: $2 00 per Annum in advance. FROFESSIONAl JOHN ALLISON, JR., ATTOENEY AT LAW, AND , JONESBOROUGH, TENNESSEE. Prompt attention given to the Collection of Claims. 70nov3-m 11 II. IlUIBluLL, OraeneTiUe. Teun. F. W. Enir, Jonesboro, Ten. Attorneys & Solicitors, Succeed to all the law business of Wm. Henry Maxwell, Esq. in East Tennessee. 7(Mec22m3 J. B. M'LIV. R. L. BLAIR. M'LIN & BLAIE, Stt0rncn5 at tato, AND Collecting Agents, JONESBORO'. TENNESSEE. J'BOMPT attention given to all business entrusted to in throughout the counties comprising Upper East Tennessee. OFFICE under Keen's Gallery. 70octi:J-ly ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 February 1871

. - A ir vV MP in ' it 3 II ii 2 f f Mr! - . i , if Mi It" k I ' i -i - ! - 4 V;4 I 5 t f ' V I. Y . a x PUBLISHED EVEKY THCKSDA.Y BY Dr. C WIIEELEK & Dr. Iff. S. MAIIONEY. TnURSD AY; FEBRUARY 2, 1871. Editorial Correspondence. Washington D. C. Jan. 30. The only event of importance to the people of the first Congressional District, that has transpired since our arrival in the Federal City, is the trial of Hon. R, R. Butler, which took place on Friday last. Details of the trial, collected from the daily press of the City, have been forwarded to yon, The result was just what every one with whom we conversed on the subject, seem ed to expect. The examination of several witnesses on the part of the Government, developed nothing of importance against Mr. Butler. The notorious character of these witnesses and their - manner of giv ing their evidence, served to convince eve ry one that there was nothing in the case. . There were bat few witnesses examined for the defence, as the Court ...

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. — 2 February 1871

. HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TERMS FOR ADVERTISING. : Square one insertion,.. 1 Of) Each subsequent insertion .... 75 " Three Months, 5 00 1 ir " ...'.8 00 1 "One Year .'.12 00 1 Column One Year 2 00 " .4 4 40 W) . 1 " 44 44 7 5 00 f 4 44 4; 140 00 ALL advertisements due when inserted, unless upon Fix-cUl agreement. Where the number of insertions is not marked, advertisements will be inserted " til for bid." and charged accordingly. For the announcement ol candidates tor State Offices, eiO; County, $3; Municipal, 91, invariably in advance. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1871. Rhea Leads N. 47. Regular Meetings every MoDday night. Jaueboro Divison S. of X. The Jonesborough Division, No. C7, meets every Thursday evening in their 1111, at G o'clock. The Washington Reform Lodge, No. 65, I. O. of O. T., meets every Saturday evening, at C o'clock, in their Hall. Religious. The Rev. V. G. Barker will preach at the Court House, in Jonesborovgli, on the let Sunday in February uext, at 1 1 o'clock A. M. . .t...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 February 1871

f i i. r r. ii! V, 'A 4 i t J 1 4 ?t 1: -s 5 T . J, i 1." TVrth Knwinsr. If your batter when first churned is white, take it out into a basin and set it away from twelve to twenty-four hours without washing the milk out of it then when washed and dressed it will be a rich yellow butter and will lose nothing in weight by the process. Try this and observe the result. Success in Farming. " I have to-day visited a neighbor whose farm contains only twenty-eight acres. He has owned it and managed it for many years. His stock this year consisted of several horses and oxen and twenty-eight cows, in addition to a considerable num ber of fowls. He grows no fancy stock of any kind ; sella milk, cream, roots, poultry and eggs. He buys some grain for his poultry and some meal for his cows, though he has a good field of corn every year. All of the pasture required for his large stock, and all the hay and other long fod der consumed on the place, together with a good supply of apples, are the prod...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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