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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 May 1875

Herald and Tribune. I'UBMSHUD WEEKLY BY y. Mahoney. Rates f Subscription Single copy, one year, .......I J,PO Kie or more copies, ono year, each, 1,M ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.40 1- For a club of Ten, at 11,40 eacli,we WIU M-iid one extra copy free for one yugr, to the getter up of the club. -e ATTORNEYS- rAyS G. DBADKKICK, ATTOR5EY at Law and solicitor in ;han iy Jonesboro', Tenn. Of-et '.a - . ' IT- U. .11.11.... Uritham & Lampson.s New Building, Up Stains No, 2. (7lmar23. SJ. K IKK PATHICK,? ATTORNEY AT , LAW, .lom'sboro', Tenn. Olllce lit Uritham Lampsotrs New Building, Up jS,Xo.T. WatigW. n N. GKIFFITH, Attorney at rj. Law and Collecting Agent, j0Rrsloro Tenn. Special attention ziven to collection. OUlce, oue dior Kart of ri Devault A Co., under Keen' Gallery. :eby A j. BKOWN, attorney at Law , AD COLLECTING AO KT. JoilCS- Bore', Tenn. I'KOMPT attention given ta colloetlons In East Tennessee, and ontliwentern Va. Waujr26 Iff 1' GILLEN WATERS, Attor W MfYATLAW, K...

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. — 13 May 1875

Hcarld and Tribune. . THURSDAY MAY 13 1875. . -Oh! we came 10 near loosing our Ireatb. io reading that nineteen line ien tence in th Journal about the Radical party, rieue make 'em aborter next lime. We have started our little pill Mill and will prescribe fur tie sick man over tie way a aoon a the exigencies of the case will adroit of Journal. Wonder if the Journal Doctors are go lag to practice the ''root" system ! THE ORANGE MANUFACTORY. The Grangers of Greene County want the Grange Manufactory for Up per Eat Tennessee, located at Fullcns Depot. They will make a strong pull for it. We suppose that each county of the six, will contend for the location. A compromise will lave to be made, and the county offering the greatest in ducement will no doubt be successful. Would it not be prudent for the citi zens of Jonesboro' to call a meeting and mako arrangements to offer an ex tra inducement to the locating commit tee. We hope our citizens will go to work earnestly at once to secure the...

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. — 13 May 1875

jcraltl and Tribune. frTinSbAY may' is. istT Jcnesboro' Distrct, M. E-Church Thud Quarter . . flixsbetliton May 8 uabetLlon Cir. Limestone Cove " 15 rtcr Station " Stony Creek ' 22 jomhto: " Kjkcr'8 29 Xilurirille "Peep Spring June ftii Branch " Pactolas oDCsburo, and Johnson City; John- refneTille Cir. Pisgak , July I. it reencvine J. A. RUBLE, P. V, ' The Scliool at Buffalo Ridge closes on It Z01U lan. . n..l :-.. Grangers can get their horses fed at the Hi.l L. ilia ItltW inat t tarfnxoil fW . I Cooling, healing and refreshing is at splundid Ice cream ' at W. G. fsthes. Afresh supply every day. 1 1 cc Co in ana cooi on. . . . . S. II. Anderson is well prepared to r J tud take caro of a lurge number of lursfi. lie win men iu" uiaugcia uuiacn IT !! I 1 t I ... l Grangers prices. A great many letters, Dews items from hie country, reports of gelling matches Ac, have been crouded out of our kue to uay, e uopc our tuumuuivio i ti i .. ...... be patient till next week. Arrangeuieuts are...

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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. — 13 May 1875

1OTEB-C0LLEG11T CONTEST. heavenly hosta shout together and praist ' '. , Cod. Man is the "Micro-cosmos' em- Or it Ion Delivereo in the bodying ia himself all of the pant that is Chapel of the State uni verslty, Columbia, Mo-, March 19th, 1875. by W. A Crouch of Willian Jewell College. SUBJECT i MAM'8 TRCK GREATNESS. Man ia truly great. Every man ia every condition of lifts san claim this much coveted treasure. The Esquimaux la bis but of ice, theaon of Ham in bit - torrid clirae ; dwellers on distant isles" or those at royal court; the diligent, the interesting, wonderful, or glorious. Man earth's lord, Fiom ocean depths to mountain heights; from s-nes frigid, temperate, torrid ; from iron, tilver, gold ; from air, water, fire ; from heat and cold ; from itorm and calm; fnm light and darkness ; from birds and beasts ; - from everything animate and inanimate he justly deniads tribute. Donse forest bow before him the mountains cast their treasures at his feet or part asunder to aflord...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1875

' 1 IT-- 1 . f . - . . Herald and Tribune. rnuLisnKD wkkk.lt bt t 1. y. M'thdnoy. Hates of Stibscriptioo' Sing's cPr one yenr."" 2.00 five or more copies, one year, each, 1,&( Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.40 For aelitbef Ten. at 11,10 each,we feud onu extra copy free for one y,.ar, to the gutter up of thf club, -5M A1TORN Y& LMKS (i. DKADKRICK, ATTOKNKV AT I.AW" AND SOLICITOR IN '.'HAN . i i ' fai i 3 KRV, JOIiesouru, Aeim. ;a (irisliiini A Lainpsons New Building, Upstairs, No, J. 7lmar23. S.I. MUlvrAl UIIV, ATTOKHEY T , Law, Jonesboro', Tenn. Ollice In Ori-haui & Lauipsoua Newllulldlnjr, Up bulw,Xo.7. G'Juujjiu. 11 X. (.RlrTITH, ATTORNEY AT li, I.wv and Collecting Agent, jomhoro. Tenn. Special attentions given to collection Olllcc, one door Kil '' raw, Iu vault A Co., under K. en'e Gallery, ' A j. BROWN, Attohxey at Law , ad Collecting Ao kt. Jones- oov Teii'i. I'liOMPT uttcntloii given is collections in East Tennessee, and South western Va. C!an;20 kT V GILLKN...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1875

Y I ;. -a Wi i i'i , i n. ( 4 . i - n i licai fd and Tribune'. niURSDAY' MAY 27 1875r THE CI?YriftKU. '" Great preparations are Wing made all ver the country for tho Centennial Cel ebration; lU Will, tfeqd to. aofton i.artjr feeling by awakening a spirit of patriot" Jam among the followers' of both, parties. fi f ... .,! GOOD NEWS FOB, THE EOFLE . A." Nashville, despatch' sajV'tlie Sapreme Court, bas , deoided.that the tata is not bound for' the. pa;fmeuti..of the ffew Issue known as, the war issue f Tennossce money. GRASSHOPPERS i ) f 1 f Tbe aa'd newai eomes to us by every 'trail' 'of tbe great -devastation ; by tbe Grasshopper! ia.tbe Western State?. In large number ''of counties - they ; have already fieatroyed the cropr' and graii Tbl people are suffoving ' for' food, nnd toci bf all" kinds re dying.' ' Ifwaa . loped ' tbe ' severe' winter ' would hare destroved their eggs and tbe people would tot' be annoyed with ' them this year, but neb trainot tbe ease'. They have com mence...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1875

1L. 10: ; fcrald and TriljiinQ, XliuUSDAY MAY 27 1875 7; T TVotrnt. IT. V.. PVtnrrtV. I Thud Quarter. . j-ibethlon MaV'8 j -'biihtoo Cir. Limestone Cove 15 Station- " Stony Creek ' 22 ;1etoro. " Kjkcr'a . 23 Wills "Dorp Spring Juoe 5 t jiiranch " lWas " 12 ! .!.., find Johnson Citv. Julin. ipjuuiui - 7 1- T' .-r.-. i'., f"l,..l ll on nwilleCir. PH'au .' , ; July 3 grille ' .' '". JU A. J RUBLE, P. K " ujgj.jog' was killed at the depot llbumlay. ' ' , rrrseitul. r. Will. T. Helms, of the Morristown t flit, favored us with i call last neck. he Oats and Corn crops Lave Buffered i ui nucli Iruui the lute dry weather.' Tucro will l public installation if l'uge utlioera at Leesburg next Weduea- ViMlGAR at, SPAUKS'. Jjibup Jones, colored, preached to a tu mJiCuoe iu College Utove last Sun tj.4 vteuiMg. . ' ' be "fat boy" hi. a relumed home and iilitus us that tte prospect for a good &t crup is hplcudid.' JUerruau Cough yrup; Sturicbakei'a j'ie Mower; KroAii's Bronchia Cche. . AT WUEELE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1875

j St' I V i, 1 1 ... , County Supervision. SuperVtson, strict tod constant, char cteriiM nil successful business enter prises., lie wlo hires a dozen laborer eithei superintend them himself or em. ploys foreman, Each railroad and factory bit its superintendent and assis tant superintendents." It pays. City school managed by business men on business principles. Each oitj has Us school superintendent, with one or more assistants. It pays. The schools of the ' rural districts alone are without ruporvi sion. To leive the hundred teachers of i county isolated, without a plan, with out directing head, without supervision, is a reckless waste. It is contrary to common sense, and to all bus ncsj princi ples. ; ' .' " ' iiWhen the people are led to realize the ttter impossibility of securing the best results without supervision,' they will lemand't n efficient county soperinten deney. It will pay. " 2. Take aa avenge county having 5,000 rchool children and 100 schools, id which the schools a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 June 1875

jlerald and Tribune. PUBLISHED WEKKLT BT ' M. H. Ma ho i ley. Bales of Subscription ..- .-.or . 4 9 1VI five Of lHln; J vi vau.i, ., jeii or ni'-ro copies, ono year, eacn, l.w tjf For a club of Ten. at 91,10 each.we Liii fcnil one tra copy free for ono jur, to the getter up 01 me ciup. f A1TORNEYS ft iMKS i. DKADKK1CH, ATTORNEY AT LAW AND SOMOITOB IN CHAN Vkiiy, .lonesboro', Tenn. Offiss . tn k rihiiw A Iitmpsona New Building. Vl .T.KIUKPATRICJCfATTOKmy AT ij, LAW, .lonesboro', 'ienn. uuice lu Jjrlsliftin & Liunpson's New Building, Up Pli N. GRIFFITH, ATTOKNET AT Pi. LAW AND COLLBCTINO AGENT )iicn!)oio', Teun. Special attentions Cjvi-ii to collections. Office, one door .V:nt of Faw, Devault & Co., under ecu's kaum. , !. J. IUtOWN, Attouney at Law . A I) COIiLKCTINO AO ET. JOIH'S- p(ti) ienn. i iMJJin' rii.cui.ioii given jo collections in East Tennessee, and Southwestern Va. tyautf2tt - 1' GILLEN WATERS, ATTOB nfy at LAW. ltoirersvllle. Tenu, M ill practice in the Circuit, an...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 June 1875

7 ilearld and Tribune. THURSDAY JUNE 5 1875. UOLYOKE'S UOLOf If ST. i and the flames were extinguish. Some J of the poor creatures fell fainting on The Human Burnt Offering in the long flight of wooden stairs leading President Grant has written a Uttr to Harry. Whits, of Pennsylvania, stating to ! him that h U not a candidate for tha "third term" as has been charged by very Democratic jtper in the country, Us Nashville Union , and Ameri tun says : "The distinguished gentle men who have been so anxious about the state of Judge E. E. Oillenwatcrs health though not of course, with any View to the succession will be delight' ed to learn that he Is well again, and lias resumed his seat upon the bench." -The New York Tribune is tgna after its former friends the Democrats, It happened this time in the city of St. Louis, where an Independent candidate for Miyor was recently defeated by a Straight Democrat. The Tribunt inti mites that there was fraud at the polls hdis uowaatisued that Democr...

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

Herald and Tribune. iHliislY JUNK 8 1875. " Free Let-tare. Rev. Jo.-eph II. Crouvh will deliver a free lecture a( the Baptist Church next Saturday night. IlUiulgwt will be "The abemacle ." He will have some splcn- 1U and large engravings to illustrate liis subject. All are rcspoctfutly invited to ttend. zauM l-jjeitoro' DUtrct, M- E. Church Third Quarter. j.;i;wbeibtun May 8 J-iitttbelhtoti Cir. Limestone Cove " 15 (',rtcr Station " Stony Creek ' ' 22 juneboro.' "KjW. . 2j T.jWMille " Deep Spring Juhe 5 llraneb " I'actolas 12 Jyucsbnro.-and Johnson City, John. wnCtty " " 13 llbaatown Earnest's Chapel ' 2(5 Greeucville Cir. 1'isgaU " ' July 3 tJrecneville "10 A. J. BUBLK, I'K. County Court next Monday. Chancery Court is still in session and -.1 i :.,... ikrnlldl tllM vaftV. C"l'"uu """"6 " ivor'a Hair Viifor; Hall's Vegetable Hiir Rpnewer ; Clark's Huir Dye. A New supply of Very SUPERIOR ClOAKS, jit-t feceived fct SHARKS'. E. T. & V. H. C. It all IUnd. We are sorry (o learu that ...

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. — 3 June 1875

1 I ThoT Spirit We Need. ! . i. i i ri - ; I j From tb Waehlngtan Chronicle The question of national unity is a set tled ono. Boforo the war of the rebel lion, it was dclatallo 'question, but tho war settled it forever. Whether the Republican party U to continue to gov ern the nation, or by direct order of the people, tho reins of power are to le trani ferred to Democracy, is a question 'that dopeuds upon the future. The loyal at tachment of the people to thoa senti monts which carried the nation through four years of war : the eplcndid record Tihtcb tho party, based on these putrio tio sentiments, presents to tho world ; and the present satisfactory condition of every department under Republican con trol, lead us and the friends of the party generally, to believe, witb a faith-akin to certainty; that the party that stood botween tbe Kopublio and its would-be destroyers; that has overcome by its prudence, its wisdom, and its firmness, the almost insurmountable obstacles which have p...

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. — 10 June 1875

fjcrald and Tribune. rtllLlSlIKO WEKKLT DT M, 9. Ma honey. Tiles of Subscription mgl.eo.y, ono year, ....... ' 2,00 , or inn- copies o,! y!,irt t'i,('h' 1'f,( ,VU or n.rro enpics, one year, end.. 1.4(1 ' h-or a dub ofTcn. at $1.40 ech,wc .Tj(.,l one extra copy free for one ' r to Hi'' f.r,,t,"r np 01 t,,f' t',u'' A1TORNEYS. rTlKS (i. DKAKKUK K, ATTORNEY il W i AW AXI OIJCITOK IN 'IIAN- iv .l..n.-li Tenn. OXc a lum l.a.n-on9 New Idling, Ip Stairs'. rt I KIKK l' AT KICK, ATTORNEY AT S 'aV, .lonesboro', Ten n. Olllce in lill-ll'"" " inn.. ,...)!! Utairs No. 7. ti'.iii'.ig'iG. ;U11'TITI1, Attorney At j W AND COLLECTING AOENT, i.m-hi.10". Tenn. Special attentions IVCII Ki'i ,, to coliociion-, Ollico, one iloor Faw, levault fc Cov under K,.,.'e(.aiiriv. . , ii ulfltl.V lTllJVL'V A l 1 A l' A, lt COLLECT. NO AO ET, JoiiCS- . i' 'UIIMPT ill f I'lltliill irivf-ll ..i.lli'ction in hast l i inn , , nun li!)llll2(J Southwestern Va. r 1- (ill.l.F.N WATKKS. ATToR Y . STY AT I. AW, Uogcrsville Tfl...

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. — 10 June 1875

Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY JUNK 10 1875. The I'emoerats of Indiana vnnt to run riondrLka for President. They say le is a good man, ono editor nsscrting that lie ia tie noblest work of God. He iuay Le, but then just tliink of the com pa-DT le keeps. According to tlio State ments of tlie New York Tribune Demo eracy and perfection aro Dot associating together now. EASTERN DIVISION FA IK Tie Grangers ond other met in Knox ville on Thurday' last for the purposo o making arrangements with tlio former Stockholders and A. J. Ricks Trusteo for a new organization of tho assiciation. A satisfactory arrangement wag made ond the Fair grounds purchased at $1,000. The following officers were elected for the ensuing year. M. S. Milioney of Washington County President ; James Royd of Knox County Vice Freyident ; C. W. Charlton of Knox County Secretary ; W. W. Wallace, of Knox County Treasurer. WiincTorts. J. K. Iltincher, Sullivan; T. K. R. Hunter, Cart.er; V. C. Jones, Greene; J. R. Riley, Hawkin...

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. — 10 June 1875

"HMif"it i) rf . " " ' " "- " " ' 1 lliilhllil I'lllllllik I lllllDAY J I'M; 10 IBV5. jcnei.bc ro1 Dittrct. M. E. Church Third Quarter. ;;intio!M'' May 8 I'liwtftliton Cir. Eimestonn Cove " 5 ("Tter Smtimi " tony Creek ' 22 Jonnnro.' " Kyker'a , 29 T,v!cnvilln " I'trp Spring June 5 r,l'i Hritnch " l'actolas 12 Jone?l'fi. and Johnson City, John- nnCity 19 nkutowii l'urncst's Clinpcl k 2G fireencville Cir. l'i.-gab July 3 Crc.ncvillc " 10 A. J RUBLE, l' K. w advertisement have crowed out n gient deal ol our Local this week, A new Crock Factory has heen es taUislietl on J. J. Yeagcr's farm near Limestone Depot. Our Merchants have been favored with tlic presents of quite a large number of "drummers" (luring the last two flecks. Fur 1'inn Cigars, huhKiiil' and Ch-w rg ln-Laccu.". Call at WHI-KLKirs Hew J 1!. Hiultz. will preach at the M. K. Church nest ?umiay at 11 o'cock A. M. John Slack, tlie good looking man of Bristol has again become the proprietor of that excellent paper, the Couri...

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. — 10 June 1875

r 1 ' i .a Poor Specimens of Humanity. While passing through one of tho pub Iio pari of certain city, not long sine ft stringer could not fail to regard with eurious attention t'ue numerous groupes and clusters of men who nere sitting with their hands mostly ts their pockets, while their dress was that of the workii.g clas ses. Their attitude, in ninny instances was indicative of despondency, .while ho eiprc.-i(in of many of thir faces wrmed. iu itself, an iuurticnlate protest against thoir lot in lifoj Tbost men were tint Arabs, or Chinamen, or Turks, or Ilin. doos, but, perhaps, lined descendants of the pilgriuu of plymonth, and the Dutch f Manhattan, and the cavaliers of the Old Dominion, who had walked along the beaten paths of apprenticeship and be eome proficient in some manual occupa tion, only to rilinquihh it, some of theru under tho iinprsssion that they were aot getting " fair day's wnges for a fair day's work," whila others, ftitn luck of that tftmina which constitutes a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 June 1875

Ilcraltl and Tribune. I-UBLIsnKD WEEIiLT BY 31. S. Muhoncy. Bates of Subscrlftioiv no copy, one year, 2,C0 Jul or more copies, one ycrtf; cacli, 1,0( tenoriniro copies, one ycW; each, 1.40 For a club ofTen. at $1,40 cc1,,vc d one extra copy free for one ear, to the setter up of the club, -a rTTFS G. DHADKKICk, ATTORNEY .1 at LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHAK ? JonertoroP, Ten,,. 09U. to :rihu Lampson.s JNCW BuiUUnr. fp'btalr,No, 7lmar23. Si KiKKPATKlCK.l Attorney at ?.AW,.loiie8boro',Tcnn. Office iu C.rUnW imuiifvu .... r.. r guiirii, No. T. 0'Jii:ig2G. y. GRIFFITH, Attokney At . t hilowx. attorney at Law A. iu collecting ao kt, Jones- noro'.Temi. Phompt attention given . Elections In East Tennessee, and Soutliwcrtcm Va. OOaiiKSO iff 1' GILLKN WATERS, ATT0R- iY, NFY AT LAW, Roger&ville, lonii. A ill practice In the I'ii cuit ana Chancery ot Hawkins Greene, Hancock and iylihi,'toii counties, and In the Snnreine nml Kederal Courts at Kuoxvllle, Tenn. AuprMtt. ' JIPTON, Attorney at. Law , ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 June 1875

'JTl'-J."", i Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY JUNE 17 1875. "Honest men for officii" in ouo of tliO good principles adopted by the Uepiiblicaa Convention of Pennsylvania. Our lignl frionds the editors of the Journal aro very honest. They are io favor of rotation in office. 1 bey are opposed to Grant's ''third term" and if reports be truo, tbey will oppose even tbe . "second term" of our preseut representa tive in Congress. Wo are pleased to notice that the Granje Outlook is a strong friend of the , Washington County Fair. The editor la doing a good work for us. We hope , ur citizens will not fail to recipro cate by working In the interest of the Eastern Divsion Fair. A lazy party liko a lazy man can never euccctd. The Republican party was a very lazy one last year and it made a terrible failure. Tho members 'bf this party having experienced their great failure are now becoming active In the States where Conventions have been held this summer they have adop ted excellent platforms. They...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 June 1875

Herald and Tribune. "THUH3DAY JUNK 17 1875. jenetboro' Distrct, M. E. Church Third Quarter. KHrabetlilon May 8 Klittbetliton Cir. Limestone Covo " 5 Crter Station " Stony Creek ' 22 JuneAoro.' ' Kjker's 2D Tylnrsvil!e " Dctp Sprirg June 5 Branch " Pootolns . "12 Jgoesboro, and Johnson City, John- wn City ' 10 Rlieatown Earnost's Cbapol " 2C Grecneville Cir. l'isgah July 3 Greeneville "10 A. J. RUBLE, PK. Trade has been lively for tho last two weeks. The lute rains have encouraged the farmers. The (log law has caused a great deal of "cussin" in these parts. Mr. J. B. Thomas Is having a very large trade in Agricultural Implements. Vinegar Bitters; Ilodgers' Bitters; Aver'i Kitruot Saisaparilla ; Simmons Liter Regulator. AT WHEELER'S. Khca Lodge has secured the services of the Union Brass Band for tho Celebration at Telfords on the 24th, inst. We arc glad to announce that one new house will be erected In Jones boro', this summer. Cupt. I. E. Reeves is the enterprising gentleman. Mr. Fr...

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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. — 17 June 1875

f-r Tax Sale. STATE OF TENNESSEE. ) Wasuixotun Count v. I Hjr Uw powt-f in mp vcsteJ iw Col!oc toftitli I'jIiHo Taxs for (bo County of Washington, State of Tennessee. I will bcII nt tho Court JUdso'door in the Uwn bf Joneaboro' "on tho Gtn dy of July, 1875, tho following tracts of land levied on for taxcs.duo and unpaid. One lot in district No. i 9. assessed to Frank Mauck, adjoiuing tlio land of Sam Williams and J. W. Trualow. Year l0,col fee 1,00". Total $9,20. Ono lot in district No. 9, assessed to Abraham Monglo.ycar 1873, adjoining ' tha land of Jno. Wright and others. Tax $ 15,30, elk's feo 1,50. pre feo 1,50, col , fMlOO. TyUl, $19,30. . . 'Oiid oln district No. 9, aasoswd to J. II. Monglo, year 187JL adjoining tho land of Jno. Wright Slid other?, tax $ 11,80. elk's foo 1,50, prs. fee $1,50, col. Tee 1,00. Total, $15.80. : Oca lot in district No, 9, assessed to C. McCalU heirs, year 1872, tax $1,98. Hk!s foe 1,50, pn foa 1,50, col foo 1,00 Total, $5,93. Pno lot is district No...

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