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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 June 1875

Herald and Tribune. Herald and Tribune .. v ' ! )-. ; ;;. 1 .n-Jt.ITt i "BalirTor ASvlprTisirj! 1.1 . t ' .''.' ) ') ..i'itt j t l fl '' i ! ' : "' 1", r t;..0 Sit! nl O110 square, ten lines .or less, one Insertion,-' Mc. For each Siibnequent inBron;nl One square two months, ., f 1 nt) Ono square three months, r .Ton One square six month, I . vi'I '. irtoo One squsre 0110 year, , v, ( ,. rliklW Announcing, Candidate! ' '. : ', r ' -, . ,! (J . Municipal $3 ; County $.; State $10 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT ." 31. S. Mahonoy, raid Bates of Sakscrjptiow ; Single copy, one year,..'.. 2,00 flve or more copies, on year, each, 1,M Tea or mere copies, one year, each, 1.40 for a club of Ti, at $1,40 each,we -in icnd ene extra copy free for one Honesty of Purpose and Eqnal Rights to all Men, wiU secure Happiness to the People. VOL. VI. JONESBOROUGH, TENN.. THURSDAY. JUNE 24 1876V mFTo year, to Ue getter up vi mu ciuu. : .. .i i..v' .He r ' r J'TEJ7Tl)EADKltlCK, ATTORNEY at Law and solicitor n Chan-,...

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. — 24 June 1875

-4 I I I' ; THURSDAY JUNE 2t 1875. ! ... ........yi. t!j r;;j; - Ifltcpublicana expect to succeed in the coming eloclions next year there , laastbo.the utmost haraKnJ, -among ". tha leading mon ; of tho' party." v'$ils J ahouM not only be i'lao, with' aspirants. for tbe Presidency but 'it aliouhi reach 1 down "to congressional districts and coantiee'.-; It W too 'du'tf Itrpubli. can newspapers to engender and culti- Vae Ttbis fccHng.JJJIiepartjjmust -'elect Its DesTinen for office, only tboo whxriw known to bcHWorid worthy ' can Buoocod. ' ." 1.;.! : t. ' reserved for occupeucy by actual set. tiers. Ninth The determination of the dried, lu this we discover that the cliar acteristio of Ka-st Tenuesie agrioulture is dive rOTj otprotludi. Xbticblracati ....1 f ! B..nn.i .... .1 ISllrt III tOll fT ll t fltlflU DV thf DCMa viviiiuicnu ia wuuLb icrcuuC) mil. I -rf - r v 7 nreve.nt and nirtilsh friiiifTs" h- nnFW'ftma"Tr rfanftiT laCcOraiDir to tola 1 - once CCUKUS t r. rT., 1 ,i Vj I . .-...

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. — 24 June 1875

J L " l.'. Ifcraltl and Tribune, "ytU'tTA V J UN E gt. laroTf -' y 1 1 . jenetbero' Distict, M' E. Church :, : Third Quarter. ''' - Kliubetlitoa f : l; Ili'ii:; : May 8 KliwWiliton Cir. Limcrtono Coyo " 5 Cirlr Station " Stony' .fireE,'',' ' , 22 Joaesbow.'-' : KjkerV 1' " 29 Tulorsville " Def p fcp'rhig . June.ii ftl! Hrtncli PuctoWv .', ' ..' '' Jonctoro, and JoWson Citj,' 'M j j 71',. ran City .,. r fV,.;u-.J9 Ilfaftalowa Earnest's Chap'o'l " ' 26 (jutviiiiiLU ; Cuv) i-(jo . .. A. J. .RUBLE,, P &: . Julia Snow, was 'calaTjobsed last Tuesday. Our farmers who sowad winter Oats hut fall have bountiful crops.' Watermelons areeingshipp'd ly tie cr load fr?! jV"orilj iff l : : r '- MtaUfour legal gentlaman in at Knoxvi'lle attending Supreme Court. '-fH When a boy is scon walkiug on his tors, .trid heels up, it' is 'a pretty good iiign that he -has, nj 'styme ,bruiso." . Vinegar liitter j Rodgers'' Bittjr Aver's Extract Saisaparilla ; Simmops liver Regulator.' , ( . AT WHEELER'S. t:...

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. — 24 June 1875

ULaWl iTai !&lc.l STATE OP TENNESSEE, f esteo as i ixm Jy the powwp f n re fstd as Colloo Wr ottha i'ublio Taxes for the County of BTiiMon, Suteot Tjnu$ssee. (1 will etlPnt Aetlotfft ''TloJlff dodf Itt the town of Jonesboro' rOmTir doy-'Of July; 1875, the folfowm tAot -of-iand leVted oo for taxes due and unpaid. One lot in district No,. 9 assessed to Frank MaOIiiMtIapdi, bf Sin Williams" and J. W. Truslow. Year 1873. tax $5.20, cl'ki foe 1.50, pro. fee assessed to Abraham Mongle, year 1873, adjoining the land of Jno. Wright and others. Tax $15,30, elk's fee 1,50. prs fee 1,50, col fee 1,00. Total, $19,30. t One lot ia district No. .9, asseswd to KZtVltaJ yeii)l872;adjbiuJng tii land of Jno. ! 4Vr ifbt t ap4 others, tax $11,80. ilk ftiT.S?)Ts.'fee$l,tK), coL fee 1,00. Total, $15.80. Ote lac iirdistirtct Afo: "5tr assessed " to C.' MCCWU heVsJ Al87!, tax $1,98, elk's fcefl,50fprV7ee l,50coi fee '1,00 ioe in oi&nqt i n. J, assessed to C. McCalls heirs, year 1873, tax $1,80, WWX...

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. — 1 July 1875

Herald and Tribune. 1-UBLISHKD WKKKLf OT S1. S. M'lhoncy. Balrsof Subscription; . i Single copy, one year,.... ..... ...t 2,00 j'lve or more copies, one year, etch, 1,8( Ten or mere copies, one year, each, 1.4( 1 ForaclubofTun.atiJMO each, wo wurt on etra C0Py ft'c for one year, to the getter up of the club, -t ::aitorneys. 1 amks o. dkadekilk, attoknky ) at Law ani solicitob in ;iia.n- rKBV, Jonrsboro', Tenn. OXet tn (irWmin A Ltiinpsou.i flew Building, lp Stairs, -o, i. , uunaraj. n J. KIKKLUTRICK.UTTORNKY AT jj, LAW, .lonesboro , lenn. Ollico In lirUliain & Lampson'a New Building, Up MtalK, No. 7. lur.igTO. ii x. GUIFFITH, Attorney At l. I. aw and Collecting Agent. Jiint'stioro', Ten n., Special attentions r veil to noiieciiiiii!". viuce, 01115 mor r . ik . . i. . . i Knvl oi raw, ucvHiiib v vu., uuuer Keen' Gallery. , . i J. BUOWN, Attorney at Law 2, 1U COLLKCTINO AO KT, Jones- miro'. Tciiit. TKOMl'T attention ariven to riilleetiotis In Kast Tennessee, and Southwestern Va. M...

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. — 1 July 1875

I WW 1 HeralcTand Tribune! We wish to remind ilie citizens of thU plfltb that H IS high time that some wrangtitfienU were being made for a school for the ensuing year.' This Is one of the bout locations in upper Kaat Tennessee for and enterprising Ind energetic teacher to build . up a llorlhing schooL We do not knot whtitber it is the intention of Prdf. Piingkn totijM a school this fttlii .116 IiasbeW ft faithful teacher alid haJ given SatlsftltJlidhY We hope the Board of birectors with the assistance of the trltlfem will be able to sdclir'B tU ser Vidtiel of I popular teacher. Neigh ttorihg fflwtis are building tip high fchOdS, aUadetUies attl colleges and IhUreby benefiting snd increasing their fcfttlatotoi. While JdndBboro' is doing iiotlimg?' Let us go to work and show the people that we mean business. The Directors of the Washington County Fair were in consultation last 1 Monday. We were present and were ' pleased to see them so enthusiastic over the prospects of the coming Fai...

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. — 1 July 1875

Herald and Tribune. if netboro' Ulsirci. jh.. a. vmircn Jt Third QtiattW : FbtUoB. r .i viiwbetlitou Cir. Limestone Cote " . 5 Station " Mony '-.reel. . - Z'i Kkcr's ; 20 Dcfp Spring I'actolas June i 1'irter tT(nci-loro. ftjlorsville Vail branch Joiiciboro, od Johnson City, Join pod City . ., . " 10 Motown Earned Chapel " -20 Creeneville Cir. l'isgau "J'July "3 dreencville i " 10 A. J. RUBLE, lK. fcggsand Cliickens are again in damand in this market. vV .. ; Has the propositons to opu a reading roo-o been abandomd? Circuit Court at Elizabcthton on Monday. Ju'ylSth. - Wo are g'.ad to hear sweet music from lie "Dillworth Cornet rand" again. A New supply of very SUPERIOR CI0AUS, just received at The outs crop is reported excellent in nn'rtt of the country. The late r.ini brought them out of tin shorts. A tery large number of colored urtons were in town W Sunda) att nd- i iff: uig' cMircu at jwns inn. !ev 1. D. Cowan, lias commenced a itcnt'8 of lectures at the Presbyterian t'bnreh. Sub...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 July 1875

The political cloud that bnng over the Republican party in 1874, is iuatisap pearing. Tba campaign' of 1873 opens tindoj tho most auspicious indications of- a rfvmpo second only t tho sweeping vie tories of 1872,MaineL Pennsykania, Ohio tod California Republicans ;nrq tl ready in the field, united, resolute, and K a- It .-f an B.Kaxk ontMOAf net a. at ate Remarkable Instinct of a Race Hard up yet Rich in Eloqu- Horse. ence. The following is una of the most re markable itstances on record of the in ITo walked out of the depot with , a stinct of a bore. Iwraedrntelv after the , . . ... . . ,, ij.-.. M........J t',. el. )'et terrible gnunt and thin. If satcu- last day's meeting of the Maryland Jock ey Club, at Piuilicrf, this " springs, Busi nesH,"Arti8tV George" West and two or three other bokendown racers were put up ( at auction by their owner, Jlr. eln had ribc, one could have seen that satchel's ribs, and notnd how thin in flesh it was. When a professor of hack driving asked the s...

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. — 8 July 1875

Herald and Tribune. yUBLWI'KD WEEKLY1 BY 1. S. Mnhonoyv ltajfscf Subscription aiu'iopr 0110 year,. ..,.. 2'co jive or imtfc copies, one y.'m-, each, ' Ton or mere copied, one year, each,: l.JC -y. Korftc1uhofTnivt$1,40 eittioye fcmreiio extra copy freo for-one yew. toTTig gnttpr up of the club. -a j -A1TORNEYS. ri J, MUM .vnm-n. Anun.iiii n j r it 1.' Ik I 'IM) I I. 1 ihima & Mi fl, LAW .lonesboioVTsiin Ollicc lu i;rilmiii & I.nnipsona,.New.Bulldinr, Up Stairs, Xo. 7. ; A ' lOUii'.igaO. 1 X. UKIFFITH, ATTORNEY AT V I.AW AND COLLKCTINO AGENT, i..!.i.iini(i'. Ti'im. Special attentions Iriirii to collections. Ofllco, Hi-4lonc K;it of raw, Dcvault & 0., UlldlT Ki'fii'OsUm-)'.-" v , r . . A J. BKOWN, Attorney at Law I' AtTCOtr.ECTrsrj AflKT- Jones mini . 1 Cll I'komi'T attention given . . to collections In Moiitliwcilcrn Va East Tennessee, UOuii; and 20 iT V -Gll.l.KN WATEUtf, ATTon Y t kpt AT I.A.WJ Kogersville, Tenn. A ill practice iii d Mt'eiiu iiinl Chaucer? mill v' Hawki...

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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. — 8 July 1875

IT mil (I .mil Triliiiiifv THURSDAY JULY 8 1873. ft Sit. On tbe 1st of October 1874, Lt. Filch marrud Miooie, second daughter of Gen. Sherman. Oa the 24tb of June 1875, Lt. Fitch roceiTod the following interesting ielfcgram tt Jeflerron City, Mo i ''Jlinbie hi a son, and is reported fining well, W. T, SLermaD General." Tbe Chronicle says as soou as the ieppjr tidings readied Washington every woman wu counting on her fingers tbe ioterraining time between tbree two daU. THE KEYNOTE OF TII CF.V TEMMAt, CAMPAIGN. : ; Tbo Wathington Chrfriide, July lit, tondort tbe following aensible counsel to tle'Etpull'cJciof tho nntioe, and they eb&uld heed it trotdi of wisdom ; 'Do earnest fcr-jmhlicaw ire say, look nftM yotr hkew&rtn neighbors. Call irpoii them. talk oror the politionl situa tion; lay before thorn tbo schemes of Domocracy ; ehow tbcm tbe importance of keeping the Government in tbe bands of Beu whose loyalty is beyond question ; impress upon them tbe necessity of bring ing 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. — 8 July 1875

Herald and Tribune. f"TlfiTwiAr JULY 8 l75. Back Tux Collector. A MruMtft Auiiiiul. Mr. Jatues Whitehead, uliaa Tigor, of South Doo.CarUr Couuty Tean., killed a bear last fall, and when he had dressed it, a littlo girl his grand-daughter scared aa ewe with a fvot of the bear by giving her a severe blow with it. Strange to tay that ewe had a lamb this Spring that has the mak, form and motions of a bear, and on its e'do there is a perfect Tie County Court elected E. S. Cox 8, d bm ,k t.x collector fur the years 18C8, -a our lafonnant lnd LAWN FESTIVAL. CJiisbts ofXectared Ftniu, iriuuly Gallantry, Arctic Confections, Lively Music una Brilliant . Ileuuty, etc. etc., Breathes there a man with soul so dead Wuo never to himself has Raid 'If ytn belong to GldeonS band W liy'here'a iny heart and here' my hand" Fill up the bowls with rnhy wlno, -. Columbia's brows with wreathes entwine V3.70-7I ITbe July number of the East Tenrtcs ut Trt&yttr, edited by Rev. P. D. Ir.icau. is u excellent...

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. — 8 July 1875

1 ii I A3UED la tho Supremo Court at Knoxvillo last Saturday, the tleath'riten'oe 'tf .W. N. Berry, and Ananjai.JJoneycutt, were afSrmedfauJ'FriJay, August, tho 13tb, tleignatIdntJio ftly fcjfau which both men are tcJ)o tanged. Dcrry-wtyl be banged at R&gcmille.'and lloneycutt at Tazewell. The following is a brief resume of tbo fao iij thoir ..cases, which we clip from thMVfsa and 'Herald. In the Supreme Court, yesterday, the dofttli KRteiieeS'in th,eaeB of . Ananias Iloneyciut ahd W. N." Borry ' were at firmed, and Friday, August 13th desig nated as ibe day upon which both men are to bo hangod. Tbo following narra tes concerning .tbo condomnod will, IAil7la Interest tie' reader i t f ' In the caso of W. N. Berry, for the murder of his wife, from Hamblen coun ty (achargo Vf :votfue fqpmjf Hawkins having been granted); Tiis Honor, Judgo Tumey doHjoreJ the opinion of the Court'affirmihg Ihb decision of 1 tbo Court befow. and fixing the timo for the execution rol tbo . prisoner : o...

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. — 15 July 1875

rCBLISITUD ITEEKLT BT ;' I . S. Mahonoy . Bates of Subscription tiintrie copy, one year,... . J,M five or mure copies, ouo year, each, Ten or mure copies, one year, each, 1.4( loy for club offen. tit 1 1,40 each.We trill wi ene extra copy, free for one ywr, to the getter up.or mc emu. -i " -AITORNEYS ya1ES 0. UEADKUlCk, ATTOiiNKY A Af LAW AND SOLICITOR IN CHAN rKBV; JnnesboroV Tenn. : Oltia to (irMiani Lampsons Kew BnlUlin, (p Stall, HiarJ- ti J. Kilt KPATK ft' If Attorney at j, 1AW, Jont'ituoro, leun. Olllce In i;rilMnufc I.ampsou's NewlJuiMing, Up p N. GRIFFITH, - Attorney at IJ, LAW AND VOLLECTINO. AUENT, jniM'Kbnni Tenn. Special attention then to collectiowC Oflice, one oor Kiivl of Few, Devault & Co., uudcr Keen' CU-rr..,,r, ,f 5 . . J. BKOWX, Attorney at Law 71.. AW COLLECTINQ AQ.ET. JoilCg. bow', ln'i. ruoMi'T attention given t o collection! in East Tennessee., and Southwestern Va. cj v ttiaug2U iT P OILLEMVATEUS, Attor- U , Nrt AT IAV,. Roger, vllle, Tenn. n III practice...

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. — 15 July 1875

1 1 Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY v JULY 15 1875. ABSENT. The editor and proprietor of .this a paper ia absent this week attending the Circuit Court at Elizabothton. 'J hi will explain the absence of the usual amount of local matter this week, ' as the editor pro Um Ai interim et eel era, Ac . has been unable to get access to the main 'office of the grape vine 'telegraph in this city. CE.VTEXItUL CELEBRATION. While every Civilized Nation under the sun is taking appropriate steps for an international display of the eviden SOLDIERS RE-UMOX. Elsewhere we publish a synopsis of the proceedings of the Soldiers Re union meeting at Greene ville, on the significance, this beginning bos been aa though niaiiy were kept away' by the Remember the Tennessee School win. and no doubt many others by a be Journal and be sura to have it on your lief thut this meeting had some . political ""k TlIE RnoDE Island appropriated $90,000 for publio eobools this year . - . i i i v - The Directors Convention wes...

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. — 15 July 1875

Herald rv i m ' . a . - I - - . - ReT, J. R. Ilughes. will proath in the pot at Yeagera -Pl lnE next;: Sunday .. . i -1- I tf - '.. .1 11 D O OCK fhvi jou bear J the news? Nat whal I, it? That's wbat'i the matter ' with lUanirl ' ' . '"' ' .' ,.; Federal Cnrt. . i ;':' - This tribunal was to hare met ' jn JCooxvillo last Monday, but owjng to the ibsence of Judge t Trigg tliej Marshal adjoined the Court until yostarday. . Rev. J. A. Ruble' will preach the funeral sermon of tie wife, of Jesse Oliver, at "Bell's School House," the jrd, Sunday In July, nt 11 o'clock. 1 Wanted. ; ; - '' , 1 OOO Bushels of fresh black berries. fur which I will pay cash, and if desired ( will receive them in the country where t wigon load can be furnished, SAMUEL GUGGEMIIEIM, t' jaly8. J We call attention to the legal card of lion. F. S. Sioglctary to be found in our nhertining columns to day. Any bust dim intrusted with' him will receive prompt and careful attention. r ; f '' urtlnr. Aerosa the counter ma...

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. — 15 July 1875

"TABERNACLE r ONCE NORfcl How Aleck wants to Celebrate the Centennial.' " ' lion' Alexander U.jStepbens was the crator of the Fourth tt July occasiot) at Atlanta, A considerable portion of the v addresl was devoted to a dlsciissidn bf the meaning bf the principal and proport.of the announcements, of the Declaration of ludepeidence, sprinkled profusely, of course,,, with Mr, Stephens, well:known let ideas! la regard to the question as to whether Georgia should be represented at the Philadelphia Centennial, Mr. Stcph fens said : "In answer to that question, I reply with all the emphasis I cm ccro- tnandYes 1" And here is the kind of celebration he would like to see : . I would say let ihis reunion of the do toteek of constitutional liberty from all the Elates be like tfial of the ' reunion of the children of lsarel, who after all their suf ferings in captivity, on account of their departure and wanderings from the prin ciples written in thd book of th law, as sembled in Jerusalem on t...

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. — 22 July 1875

il ratlin ifc n . m - y Jm- A jllcralti ami'jTribmic S. M'ttioncy. " "jfairs of Subscription Wletopy. one year,.... ........8 2,00 L .r. nu.iv ooim:, one your, each, J,T s Ton or mere copies, 0110 year, each,. J.-tt .. ,.l,.l nTTiin nUM Jf ftui'Ii. u-. vw- for a club of Ton. nt $1,40 oach.we k..''f pt.rft coiiV fire for one sill iv'iu1"' , i : : ..i... ...,itr in, fif i hi, i-l uii. "On - hp Suiird, No, llrl (7lmar23. n J KIHK'I'ATHIOK. Attohn-ky AT S 'aw, JoiM'shoro', '1'"n Office li ylKiin A Lampoon's Now ruil.uiir. Up Stair. No-" IWaugM. 1 1 N. GIUKF1T1I, ATTORNEY AT I AW AND ColiLKUTlNO AOKNT, ,)llllri) iron. .r . .11 ,.v..,r ,jveu to collections. -Otlle, tw U . . ., ri'....n -Un.i.tl.il , ii f ,rtif I'm J . .... u .1.., v.ifrm.tt. onr fc.it 'f l lVttuH-A Co., uuilcr ijitf ll'i (ittlll'l'V 4 iilti,lt'V''.rirtliitWC7Al, 1 A .U I A, A I) I'OM.ECTIMU AU KT, JoilfR- iitiro' Tt'trir" THrtMFT' attention given il. piilli'ctioii In East Tennessee, and Hi southwestern Va. iianjp:(J i IY....

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. — 22 July 1875

A Herald and Tribune THURSDAY JULY 22 1875: ; sad Ann tHIje. On the fiiit prig of to day pnpcf will btf fbtfnd the particular uf (ho cstfe of Dr. llanucr, of the M. K. Oniirch South, who has been it f cspecx (able minister for nliout forty .five years. It U tad indeed that ft ttfnn and mlnia ier of lila rtaTrdlftg ttt the tfge at sixty five years, would1 alteiript Id rulrt the1 character of a virtuous and respecta ble young lady, He has spent a long life in the interest of the church . and Lie successes Lave been beyond the average of most clergymen, llisek quonce and power was perhaps equal if not superior to any member of his Conference, and to commit such nn error now is not only to be regretted by his church but the public generally. pobitig the oourt an, gentleman uf high personal integrity, aud 1 think if the people would lay the mutter before them they would attend to this impoi tint umt tcr. We umjlit at Want to have one bridge auroa 1'oegud one udriws Watauga. Wheat iu 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. — 22 July 1875

! jlcraltl and Tribune. j""uwiuTnA'f , 18757 The Grangers ol Jefierwu Couuty lave decided to buvo a Fair this Fall at Mosey Creek. V . ' rtrl tuiullieH ire atteud'mg Claiks titty- . ' . : ' ' ' It If tl'ouiiKv I tt'O wheat i market will The grins Vlongbo crecit bottoms ha len dcitmyd by the fresheV. j,ut Sturds y aod Sujday were about ,i M 'l vreU in thin country. . W lwwman 14 of Boons Creek, lugiit a 6ne Jack last Tuesday lie trains going Kaat are crowded with ..npers tn route to the differcut Jliueral Spring in Virginia. A large amount of wheat and oats has been dumaged iu the shock by the Lie Lutj ri'.'. Tbc prospect was never better for a lirge crop of oorP iu Upper Kast Ten iae. lr. Courod Hashor by lus ingenious iran ciucht another Coon, that hid been devouring liis chickens. Mr niu'ci-iilieiuirr luloims us that lie rc In, , .100 ,00 that he wishes to spend for frtmli DUcUcrics. Yineeur Bitter: llndcers' Hitters; Aver's Extract Saisaparilla ; Simmons hirer lleguiuror. AT WllK...

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. — 22 July 1875

-J 1 j! ''1 I m ; : 'i M'-'-' Damascus Syria. Alay 81,1875. Dear Sister: At Damascus, ; the oldest city of the world. Do you be lieve lit At plates back to the days of Aram." Tut that is uot the wonderful thing, it la that I am ; here .by the Abant of which with I'harpar Naaman thought so highly of. '' It is a beautiful river nd. femora useful for agricul tural purposes than Jordan or . all the waters- of Israel " tho"- In Kaanian's casa mcdiciualiy not so valuable. However we have been testing its power to refresh and cloanse bur bodies, for this afternoon, my friend -and I have been , taking a Turkish bath, I have not told you how I came here, camo , to-day, riding past the place where Pairf was convertedjust about that spot it seemed to me the glare of the sun needed only a littlo intensifi cation to put a man, blind to day. 13ut I am not blind. I must givo you my stopping stations, that you may look on the Map and see the course of my wanderings. ".First we camo by Kob, then Gib...

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