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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 24 September 1868

ft fill I Ay BY FRY & FISHER. SWEETWATER, TENN., SEPTEMBER 24, 1808. "Vol ii mo INumbcr 60. Price, $ n Year in Advance Ay TEUMSt TBS PORIRONNIB 18 PUBLISHED IVEBT THURSDAY A.t TVo Dollars a. Year, Payable In Advance. ' No attention paid to orders for the paper, unless acorn pan led tiy the Cash. Advertisements will be charged 91.00 per square of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion, and 50 cento for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to parties who advertise by the year. - Persons sending advertisements should mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued ' until forbid and charged accordingly.- Transient advertisements must be paid for at tho time of insertion. Communications, to secure insertion, must be accompanied by the name of the authors. Louisville Journalisms. The Detroit Post tells the Radicals that "each day should be improved as if it were tho last day." Does it mean that each day should be improved as if it were the jud...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 24 September 1868

8t jfomnnner. Sweetwater, Thursday, Sept. 24, 1868 .AT10.IL DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOIi PUESIDKNT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF iNKW YORK. FOR VICE rilE.ilDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MTSSOUHI. "In the spirit, then, of George Wash ington, ana of the patriots of the Rev olution, let us tale the steps to reinau gurate our Government, to start it once again on its course of greatness and prosperity- May Almighty God give vs the wisdom to carry out our purpos es, to give every State of the Union the blessings of pence, goodwill and fra iertiity. lioiuno Seymour. TIUC STATU DfcUtKKAlIC EXEIITIVE tOYl MITTEK. The Pemocrutic State Executive Com mittee of TeuncsMiC have resolved upon a vigorous iiud active prosecution of the campaign fur .tliQ National Presidential tivkoC fur Seymour and I'luir. The Hon. Etluiuud ("ooper has been ap- fointed Elector for the State at large, vice Ion. George V. Juliet, resigned, und lias accepted the position. ' A Committee of Finance lias been ap pointed ly the committee, co...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 24 September 1868

-0 -'SWEETWATER:" Thursday, Sept. 84, Agents for the Forerunner. The I'ollowiuir named to apt-ft AfiontB for the Forkrusnkr. Their receipt tor subscription wi by the Dnmriutor: , " K. E. GitirnTit, M.tdisonville, Tenu. J. H. Sams, London, . " . I-aFaykttk JotiN'.toN, Ilcnton. .' Dr. N. G. Cartkk, Tellico, " Hcv. W. A. Nki.so.v, Kiccville, 14 . ' Dr. Lkokarp, Jslappa, i Johm C. Vacohn, New Verk City, N. T. 4 ' Wanted At (he Fdrehunkkii office, a good, Intelligent boy to learn the printing business. tf ' 'the Bra maw is coiuixd. : ' ' Boll Oil by ThoatamU to eee J,ha RoMum. The king of all the showmen ia approaching Sweetwater, and on Saturday week will pitch hfs" tent among hi. Very few of those who aro fortunate enough to see his wonderful show-bills will fail to be on hand when the great reality arrives.' Wo believe John Robinson'a Great Combination Circus and Menagerie comes nearer being what it professes to be than any any other show in the United States, We thought so when we sa...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 24 September 1868

j e Jorcniniur. Sweetwater, Thursday, Sept. 24, 1883 POOR AXO PROUD. Toor and proud" I heard you ay, As you posted by me one day In your gilded coach, while I Walked to church with downcast eye. And half In envy, half in acorn, You with pioua care that morn Drew your costly robe away,' When I kneeled by you to pray, "Poor and proud" o let it be I Pride become me more than thee ; Tou told yourself for gold and land I gate my true heart with my hand. Look upon your chosen king I At your jeweled wedding ring I -Look upon my husband dear, And the plain gold ring I wear. Which of us should prouder be Of our fortune, you or mef Which of us would sooner slip Wedding ring from linger tip f Pale and sad your husband old Sits and mumbles o'er his gold ; Hale and glad my chosen one Works from rise to set of sun. Look out on your fields of wheat, Ripening iu the summer's heat; Brown and hard as any Turk Seo my oldest boy at work. Rich and childless as thou art, Ask thy starring, shrunken heart,...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 8 October 1868

n III NlPf Id SWEETWATER, TENN., OCTOBER 8, 18G8. Volume IINiunber 1. Price, a Year In Advance 43- P Vy siy y iyy v' 4 r Bf FRY & FISHER. THK FORRRUKNKa 18 PUDLIKIIKD KVBRT TUUBSDAT At Two Dollar a Year, l?ayuile iu Advance C7 No attention paid to orders for the pnperi unless KcoiDpnniod by the Ciub. AJvcni.;nieii.g will be charged $1.00 per eqimre of ten lino, orlcss, for the first insertion, an J 50 cents for each comiuuitnce. A liberal deduction made to parties who advertise by the year. Persons tending advertisements should mark the number of times they desire them inicricd, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. Transient advertisements must be paid for at the time of insertion. Communications, to secure Insertion, must be accompanied by tho name of the authors. Sit Jforeniimtr. Sweetwater, Thursday, Oct. 8, 1368 (t Lieutenant Scott states that, iu the recent fight in Texas, among nine persons killed, were five white men painted like Indians. Dispat...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 8 October 1868

-Kbe cmnnntr. Sweetwater, Thursday, Oct. 15, .1863 miOXAL DElSIUCiaTIC- TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT," HORATIO' SEYMOUR, OF NEW YOUK. - FOR VIOK PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, : OF MISSOURI. ELECXOltAL TICK EX. ' For tli Htat at Lorjyo. KMGRSON ETHEItlDGE, of WeaVley. EDMUND COOl'KH, of Bedford. IrttPist : . 2.1 Dint J. M. CLKMKXTSOX, of McMinn. 81 Dist E. A. JAM EH, of Hamilton. 4th Dist A. A. STKKF.K, of Marshall. . 5tulit FRANK I'.l'AUILL, of Davidson. Gth Dist RI.IJAU WALKER, of IVayno. 7tli Dist . 8th Dist-YV. W. TATGILV, of Haywood. BE CALM AU I'N PREjr DICED. We have sometimes doubted whether too political discussions of tho last bis or eiglit years on either side, by tho great parties, when embodied, would add much to tho literary chnraeter of ourcountry. If the productions of the press and tho display of many of our stump orators, will bo re garded by posterity as models for imita tion, personal abuse, crimination, recrim ination, vituperation, billings-gate scurril lity pandering to ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 8 October 1868

- 'SWEETWATER: Thursday, Oet. ir, W08. ' Agents for the Fororunner. The following named gentlemen are authoriied to act as Agents for tho Forkkunnkh. Their receipts for subscriptions will bo acknowledged by t lie proprietor: , E. E. Griffith, Madisonville, Tenn. J. H. Sams, Loudon, " , . LaFaykttk Johns. in, Ronton. " . Dr. K. 0. Cabtkk, Tellico,- , , " . ,; Itev. W. A. Nklsun, Riceville, " ' , . Dr. I.KoNinn, Juhiiipu, . " . John C. Vauhix, New York City, N. Y. The Cray Jacket. It always affords ns plcasuro to give publicity to anything we imagine will afford pleasure to the reading public. Our friend W. P. Collins, who is sole agent, in Monroo County for tlio talo of a bonk, entitled "The Gray Jackets"; gave us an oppertunity of examining tlio work. We consider it an admirable production ; abounding in thrilling incidents ; cmbcUislio'l with cplch did cngraveings, in short, is got up in a stylo difficult to surpass, aud will doubtless prove a source of considerable inforinntiou an...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 8 October 1868

J . vroauT work. Darning little stockings For restless little feel ; - Washing little faces To keep Jhera fresh and tweet ; Hearing Bible lessons, Teaching catechism, 1'Mying for salvation From heresy and rchism ; Woman's work ! Fcwing en the buttons, Overseeing rations, Soothing with kind word Others' lamentation ; Guiding clumsy Iiridgets, Coaxing sullen cooks, Entertaining couipuny And reading recent books ; Woman's work ! Burying out of sight Her own unhealing smartB ; Letting in the sunshine On other clouded hearts; Binding up the wouudud, ' Healing of the sick, Bravely marching onward, Through dangers dark and thick ; ' Woman's work. Leading little children And blessing manhood's years; Showing to the sinful Uuw God's forgiveness cheers ; Scattering sweet roses Along another's path ; Smiling by the wayside, Content with whnt she hnth, Woman's work I Letting fall her own tears Where only Cod can see ; Wiping off another's With tender sympathy ; Learning by experience, Teaching ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 22 October 1868

t .V I II li BY FRY' &, FISHER. SWEETWATER, TENS., OCTOBER 22, 1868. I "Vol time II-Xumt)OT . Price, ? a Year la Adrrmr . iy AVU Jy AV'Ai A AX s t V iv 11 HAV TUB TOEBBUNNEB 18 FVBLI8BSD EVERT THURSDAY At Two Dollars a Year, Payable In Advance IC7 No attention paid to orders for tlie paper i unless acompanied br the Cash. Advertisements will be charged $1.00 per square of tea lines, or less, for the first insertion, and 50 cents for ach continuance. A liberal deduction made to parties who advertise by the year. - Persons sending advertisements should mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. Transient advertisements must be paid for at the time of insertion. Communications, to secure insertion, must be accompanied by the name of the authors. Sweetwater, Thursday, Oct. 22, 1863 (C- Brigham Young is among the bid ders to carry the mails between the east ern and western termini of the Pacific Railroad. . . 03...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 22 October 1868

&l)t 'f crcmmitr. Sweetwater, Thursday, Oct. 22, 1888 XATIO.WL DOOliUTlC ihIet. FOR PRESIDENT; ' HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF SEW YORK. .FOR .VICE PRKSiWxtJ. " FRAN K' P. 'BLAIR;. v, OK MISSOURI. -v ELECTORAL TICKET. JFo' th ttnto nt Lari;e. '.. EMRRSON ETHF.UIDOE, of Weak ley. EDML'-N'U COOPER, of lWdtunl. . M P!t Genml A. A. KYLE, of ITswtms. 4 Dist J. M. CT.KMEXTSOX.of Mc.Miun. 8-i Pint K. A. JAMES, of Hamilton. , 4th Wet A. A; STEELE, ol MitntlmU. 5th 1'int FRANK 1'. CAHII.L, of lavidon. fitli Pist ELIJAH W AI.KEU, of Wuvne. 7th IHst H. J. TURNER, of UucWlnle. RthPint W. W. VAIUMN, ofllaywood. KM)V1LLE1 I'llOM'EllI TV. . lu a late i-auo of the Whig Governor Brownlow recommends strongly tlio es tablishment of a rolling mill in Knoxville for the manufacture exclusively of rail road iron. Lie says tliat the four railroads centering at that point should contribute largely to the enterprise, and that citizens will be found ready to do their part. The Frcss and Ilerald favors the project a...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 22 October 1868

SWEETWATER:, r. -- , ,'. . Zct?, Thursday Oct. ttSJ. ltii; , , Agents fop the Forerunner. ( ,, ,, . The following named gentlemen ajre au,thoricdl ta act 'a. Agenw, for; tho Foktuu.NNtii, .Their receipt for ubi;;riuiiu. yrill b: acknowledged by. tu proprietor; , -, rr. ... ,, , ...'. . ., H. E. Um ith, Mailuionyille, Tcun, . ... ; J. U. SAJIH, IrfNldun, '.(,(, ,': Dr. N. G. CAiiTitt, TeUico, . " IUv W.A.. 2Umw.s, JUeevilly, ',' .j : W. LiXAn, Julappa, ........ V, . , Joux.O. :Vauuhx, Htm York City, "J.;,Y ,niiy'i TUB OREaCN.NEtt.' 4. .'.,, .'(I -' . f ' ' 1 -.-r . ,. '.' ,j It Eulargr'J Slie, rmprcb,' fee. Tun FcjCiIlbonglj n?'.?8 U size iu comparison TrttU sonieof our Stato exchanges, ui-lllf on uniirrinU will observe, has 'been eon , nidorobly enhnged, and, ta wo think, tiiioh Im proved in apc.u-auto. ' Wlicu the "little FonE ni'jt'N'iR" was started about thirteen months ago even those who subscribed to-it fell doubtful whether it could fe sustained, small as' it wus. Their princi...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 22 October 1868

. TSS CHILD EEIT. ' s T CHARLES HCMNS. Whcu lb lessons tad tasks ere all ended, . Anil the school for tb day is dismissed, Ami the little ones gather aronnd me, To bit m good-night inj be kissed ; 6 .' the little white arms that encircle My neck in a tender embrace ; 0 1 the smiles tbfU are halt of heaven, Shedding sunshine of love on my face. And when they are gone, I eit dreaming, Of niy childhood too lovely to last ; Of love that my heart will remember, While It wakes to the pulse of the past, e the world and its wickedness made me A partner of sorrow and tin ; When the glory of God was about me And the glory of gladness within. 0 1 my heart grow weak as a woman's, And the fountain of feeling will flow, When I think of the paths steep and stony, Where the feet of the dear ones must go, Of the mountains of sin hanging o'er them, Of the tempest of Fate blowing wild ; 0 1 there's nothing on earth half so boly As the innocent heart of a child ! They are idols of hearts and of houreho...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 29 October 1868

.war-r-.---'y-i -' -'V I ... JO T J " - i - ' , f f :i i a x ii .'I BY FRY & FISHER. . SWEETWATER; TENN.y OCTOBER r.29, lS(58.-' ' Volume II-Number. JJ. I'rlce, s$ii a "V car In Advauco i r n 10 F:s w-t v r t ' w - TEItMSi 'I . ; TUK VORERCNNEB IS PUBLISHED EVEBT THUHSDAT At Two Dollars u Year, l?ayallo In Advance. JO No attejition paid to orders for the jmpcri union) acompaniod by tlia Cah. A'lrcriirfemeuts will bo charged 91-00 per square of ton linen, or lens, for the firBt insertion, and 50 cents for each continuance. A liberal deiluction mnrle to parties who advertise, by the year. - Persons sending advertisement should mark the number of times they dcuirn them inserted, or they will bo continued until forbid and charged accordingly. , Transient advertisements must bo paid for at the time of insertion. Communications, to secure insertion iiust be accompanied by the name if the autbura. ffjjt Jfcreninnr, Sweetwater, Thursday, Oot. 29, 1868 t3" Rev. Charles A. Colcy, assistan...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 29 October 1868

XATIO.ML DEMOCRATIC TICKET . FOR PRESIDENT, HORATIO SEYMOUR, OF NEW YORK. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, FRANK P. BLAIR, OF MISSOURI. ELECTOHAL TICKET. For tlio Ntnto nt Tnrjo. EMKKSOX KTHEU1DGE, of Weakley. EDMUXJ) COOi'Elt, of Bedford. trt DUt General A. A. KTLE, of Hawkins. Id Dint J. M. ('LKMKNTSfW.nf McMinu. SI lit E. A. JAMES, of Hamilton, th Dint A. A. STEELE, of Marshall. 5tk lUt FRANK P. CAM LI., .f D.iri.Uon. 6th Diot ELIJAH WALKER, of Wavne. 7(1. Dist H. J. TL RNER, of Uudcrdale. Sth Dist W. W. VAUGHN, of lL.yw.vU. cAwor avoid ir. In purchasing the material necessary to publish a paper here, I did so with the intentiou of making it a safe investment far subscribers. Hut being unexpe rienced in the printing busine, I reuteJ tho ofFieo in May la.st to an experienced printer, since which time I have had nothing to do with the paper in anyway, but giving tho gentleman having it iu charge, lull control of the same. His absenco now, and previously, puts mo un der the painful necessity of ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 29 October 1868

SWEETWATER: Tliursdiiy, Oct. D, IsSUu : Agents for the Forerunner. The following named gentlemen are authorised to act us Agents tor the S ohkrcnnkr. 1'beir receipt! for subscriptions will be acknowledged by the proprietor: . E. (JiurriTn, Madisonville, Tenn. J. H. Sams, Loudon, " LaFaTktts Jiibssost, Benton. " Dr. N . 0. Cartkr, Tellico, " KeT. W. A. Net.)!, Riceville, " I)r. LkoxaUp, Jalappa, Jons C. Vacohs, New York City, N. V. . KOTICE. The partnership heretofore existing between Fry A FUher in the Sweetwater Forerunner in thi day dissolved, and I will no lunger be re! sponsible, or suffer my name used in the forego, ing connection. H. L. FRY. Sweetwater, Oct. 29, 18G8. Review To-morrow. We nro requested to say that there will be a Review of the different cluster of Mis. Cook's school to-morrow. The public are invited to bo on hand. Can't Rent 1 1. Mr. Thomas Prigmoro, who lives about seven miles from this place, presented us some of the finest sweet potatoes wo have seen for ma...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 29 October 1868

THE TOECn-LiaUT PEOCESSIOIT. The New Orleans Picayune produces the fol lowing touching lines, appropriate to the pres ent electioneering times : In the dark, with a child on her bowui, A woman is walking the floor ; Moaning, while bushing hor darling, Oh, God whM it is to be poor! In the dark, with a child on her bosom In the dark of a comfortless room Not even a candle's dark ray to soot bo The terrible ache of the gloom. Down the street throng a joyous procession, With thousands of lamps all alight ; And the glre of whispering rockets, Ascending the shadow of niht. Oil enough for the multitude's niurching, And mu.-do and banners and flowers ; While the blue of the leulih is Mining With grand pyrotcehuical showers. All alone with her peorlittle burden, A woman, with hungering eves, Soothes with lips thut are pallid with fasting, Her famifhing baby's erics. She catches the echoes of lutid huzzas, "Great God ! she sighs under her breath, While opulence squander so much away, Must my ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 5 November 1868

1 ..., in: N I" Ay V JMk' v' BY II. L. FRY SWEETAVATEB, TENN., NOVEMBER 5, 18G8. Vohm o TI-TVnmtr Price, &i a Year la Advance TE113IS t TIIK FORF.RDNNgR IS PU8I.ISHFD EVERT THURSDAT .At Two Dollars h. Year, Tsiynll lit Advance. ICT No attention paid to orders for the paper, ualeus ncompnniod by the Cash. Ailver.isements will be charged $1 .00 per square or ten lines, or leas, forthe first insertion, and 50 cents for each continuance. A liberal deduction made to parties who advertise by the year. Persons sending advertisements should mark the number of times they desire them inserted, or they will be continued until forbid and charged accordingly. Transient advertisements must be paid for at the time of insertion. Communications, to securo Insertion, must be accompanied by the name of the authors. fjjc jfcrminiur. Sweetwater, Thursday, Nov. 5, 1888 (t Butler didn't tuke Big Bethel, he didn't tuke Petersburg, he didn't take Fort Fisher, but he did take a stump lately. He made no d...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 5 November 1868

Slit Jfmnnmtr. Sweetwater, Thursday, Nov. 8,v IS39 Th Ucsult. The following jeeuis. vtu "be the result from all tbe retiufisYcceivej up to this time. Victory still perches ou the bau ners of G runt : For 7rsrir, !rains3(i ,000A majority ; Netf IlaiTrpshtrei 6,000 j'Vermotit, 30,000j Jfassacniisctts, 70,000'; 'Connecticut, 3, 00jT; HhtJc Island, 6,500 Pennsylvania", ?3,000;'O!uo, 40;000; IuJiunn, 10,000; Iowa, 3,000; Illinois, 40,000; Michigan, 25,000; Wisconsin, 15,000; Minnesota, 10,000"; Kansas, 10,000 ; West Virginia, x',000; Tennessee, 23,000 ; California, 5, 000; Nebraska, 5,000; Missouri, 8)000. The following States have gone forSey ninur ami lilair : New York, 5,000 ; Mary land, 2,500; Delaware, 2,500 5 Kentucky, 6b,000; Alabama, 5,000; Georgia, 20,000; Louisiana, 30,000; .New Jersey , 5,000; Oregon, 5,000. But few rcturus froiu Southern States generally. ' Now Jersey, Haight and Byrd, Demo crats, elected to Congress. The indications are that Leftwich, Dcm ocart, from Memphis...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 5 November 1868

v. X SWEETWATER; ThursMlayi -Oot. l, 18(18 Agents for tha Forerunner. - The following named gentlemen nre autbor'ucd to net as Agents for tho Forkrvnser. Thoir receipts tor subscriptions will be acknowledged by tlio proprietor: ' K. E. ORirriTH, MadisonTiltc, Tonn, J. H. Sams, Loudon, " LaFayette Jornkox, Benton. ' Dr. N.G. Cartkr, Tellico, " , Rev. W. A. Nbi.sos, Riceville, " ; Dr. Lionarp, Jalappn, " ' Mii.tos Kti.PATRlCK, Ducktowo, ' ' M. F. Bryant, " John- C. Vapoiik, New York City, N. Y The Radical Ma (llcetlnc, , Held at this place on the 3lst ult., was largely attended bo wo wore told. We saw, ourelf, alioiit twenty or thirty st-urnling around tha de pot, or rather in it, as the rain enme down In Mich torrents that the speaker had to geek a shel ter under which to address his hearers. All passed otf quietly, an should be tho case on all Mich occasions. ' The Weather Is beginning to feel rather chilly, and those of our subscribers who foel like they could Bpure us a little woo...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Sweetwater forerunner. — 5 November 1868

COM3 AND DRINK. In our town are Ire foul Jem, Where sinner daily link ; The wakh-word at each den U thu: "Coma ia end Uk a drink, ' My mn, Come ia tad Uk drink." Soma of those dens look very fair; from them you 'J hardly ahrink: But if yon only enter them, You're greeted with "Coino, drink, My friend. Coino up and take a drink." Some of thoae dan look very dark, Almost a black a ink; To one of them if yon o ner You'll hear : "Be Jesus, drink, My hev, Como, Tat and Mike, we ll drink." And one stand on the enxtern s'.de, Just on the hillsi le brink; Now, if you enter this bl.vck hole You'll aurely hear: "Come trink Mine poya, Tswi lager-beer como trink." Another one is kept hu 1 lv A druj atore, you may think I'll tell you now what Jru more means It mean, "Coaie, take a drink, My man, It' medicine como drink. And two are kept in finer style, Where brilliant glassv din; But every time the keeper inile They mean to lay "Como drink My man, Come take a sparkling drink." Younj man, I pray ...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Forerunner, The
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