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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 August 1875

Hcrald and Tribune. ' ' 7 rTTTTl pmusiTF.o.vrpEKLY bt; ';; , ... . i . i.i. - j't r' M.S. Muhonoy. Rates of Snbscrlptiov , alnjjlt) copy, one year, I 2,K) five or more copies, one year, each, 1,8( Ton or mere copies, one year, each, 1.4( For a club of Ten. at $1,40 each, we ill fi'iul oe extra copy free, for one year, to the getter up of the club. it , . AlTORNRYS.i l J"XmM('' DBADliKlth, Attorn ky AT lAW AND !0I.lCIT01t IN 'JH AN CKHV, Jcncsboro', Tenn. ln lii-uimn & I.ainpson g New ' Bnlldinjr. I p Stairs, No, 2. 7linar2J. n J. K 1 1? K P A'f It i C it , A Wo r Vi? y It O, 1AW, .lonesboro', Tenn. Oillcc in (iri-liiun & Lampoon's New Dtilldiur, Up stairs No. 7. M ' tWNitljjaO. V AND C0t,LECTlJtO AGKNT, Tnn Special' attentions 11 kit .. ....... .1 giwu to collections ajvi'll 10 couch mils. viin;t:, win uH,r Ft of raw, Dcvault & Co., under Keen's Gallery. ' 1 - " A J. JtltOWN, Attorney at Law , AO C'OLLKCTINU AO ET, Joiieg- Doro', Tenn. I'KOMi'T attention given to collect...

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 August 1875

Herald anil Tribune THURSDAY AfcGUSr.5. 1875. , HEATH fSf ANDREW JOIItSO., the last op run Ei.PRF.si ' DEMTSGOXE. Xx-Preeident Johnsondied of Paralysis I the residence! of bit daughter, Mrs Brown, (formerly Mrs. Storer) in Carter County, tiro milea east of Khzaltbton, laat 8aturday morning at 2) o'clock. On laat Wednesday ntoruing be parsed up the road on the eastern bound train to Visit 111 daughter, when Mrs. Johnson I4i been adjourning for fcoveral weeks, lie left tbe Tail road at Cartels Depot-, rl rele in a lack to her residence Which It atoct ail mile. After Htiag hearty tilntcr aai vkUi) .in ofttar3tii with n grtndwghtorbis twgne er Jto'trfirea ttamnw, arB lio suilonly (oI to tho Hoot. Ia & few Mtmioms afterward ho seetnoi to partly recover coaoionsness, rd pretested "tkgoirtrwndirig 'for ft Vrryiieian, faying thtt be would soon ro 9ver. The frionJs Laving hopes that lia esse WMot serious, delayed sending for mtdfcal aid several how, when Pr. Job, of Elhabethton ran calle...

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 August 1875

1 1 jcrald atid 'Tribune. f-fllCBSPAY AUGUST 5. 1875: , ,nl wcrk was ft fine tiw for waking W. - : 'ipt. J. J- "rren w Pun ' lown jhithal. Ilunr, Herself. Mrs. Elisabeth Mullins, wife of Joshua Mullins, i resident of Beach Creek, Hawkins county, Lung herself on the mountain about one and one-half milea rroni her Lone oue day last week. Mrs. Mull'ms had been insane for about aix montbi, but it waa not supposed by her friends tint she "would attempt to kill herself or they would hare guarded her more closely, Fall Branch Items. Ure enrvllle nirtrict,llltN Cam- lousiness hia been qvite dull since the I lerence. Ftrnrtb Round. showers, exoept in the blackberry line. Elisabethton July 31. Though we will have no peaohes and few Jonesboro' cir May School apples, yet the blackberry crop has never Houso " 31. been.better. Many gallons of wine jam.pre- Tajloriville cir., Taylorsville, Auguit 7. serves, jelly, etc.bas already been made Malwthton oir. Crab Urchard, H. by our citiiens from this ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 August 1875

JK)OK.AGESjr'V People's Common Sense Medical Advi ser.;. It Is-ihe cheapest book ever pub- nstieu; st pages, over 25U illustrations $1.50. Thousands bnyit at sight w ho could not be induced to purchase the hiffh-nrlced books treaties tol'omestic LMedicine. . .Unlike oilier . iook ..solj through agents this woik is thoroughly advertised throughout North America. Thislact, together with the large size 'T' 'I!' .1 Athens, Greece, Juue 29th, 1873. ) Dear Sister I think I , lav not writteu home ?inco I left Bo j root Syria, tho' wrote to tha Presbyterian Weekly of Baltimore and give an account W my vitit at Constantinople." Of course I met Mr. Maynard and family there, and en joyed my atoy very'much, I . also met an old room-mute and friend, enjoyed the Missionaries much, but I am now after a pfcasautjoyjigaof ttd pihtaud a day in Athens where classic antiquity con tered. I am in a very fine Hotel, and looking out of my window accross a square filled with various trees, thrubs, flowers a...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 August 1875

Herald arid)Tfcibunct "Kates of Subscription; ', Sinle copy, one y-ir;r.l.,.W.V..$'2,0O j-ivc or more mfh 0US ?f "t i'...i or met cM; W SA-arjWM 1.40 tjr; Fori club iftIUt ?s year, to the getter up of Hjc club.; AlTORNJBYS.:r 7Tn U. DBADKKltK. ATTOftitaY .1 1 AW AND SOLtt rntiU IN ("ItAVi cKitV, .loiiislwro', IVnn, - Ofl2e,J.oJ i;rlili;iM i-"ip"ii.biKniiivnun'K lp.Stnirs No, 2. , 4 . , i ? llt CI J. KllllVl A1UIC1V, ATTORNEY AT J Law, .loucsboro', TeniiTTOindS', In tirMiaiii it I.amnson'g New.liuildhig, tin Vu UW AND .COX-VECTttCf A01CKT, juiiT'Rboro. Tcnn; ' fcpctnl attentions riven to collection. Ollll'fl. .nii (jiuir at oi' rair, lievault KL.o., uuOj evn Gallery.?. ' J . v , 11 II I" . . . er lU'l'Il : j.' ruoVNTAtTo,nky at Law If in COLliBCTINU Aa.ET- JoilCS- n,iro',Tnii.v- I'KOMPX'auontlon give t iir Collections 111 . JiidSt Tounesse,ti Smiliwe.-t ern Va.-' ry.. ':,'..;;.'" t!uujj2C' i ir..i". ui V . nty at Law',. cot.'iivilie.J.oriii , ill practice in the Circuit una Chain: iy...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 August 1875

s 31 1 Ucrald and Tribune. THURSDAY AUGUST 12. 1875. GOOD FOB JOHSwOS CITY. E. T. W. N. C. R. B. The difficulties heretofore existing! between Messrs. Pardee & Co., and Messrs. Sterling & Co.. in regard to the East Tennessee and WestcrnJNorth EDUCATIONAL. BY II. PKE8NEU.. The weter-meloncholy day have come, the aaddest of the year. vj. T. Ilelmbold, of bocha noto-I Caroline Bailroad has been amicably rfat.aft three! Yeee and a half "J11" Arrangement - w WW visit in Europe hai retuned to. Boston "Taare la wlthia tttry nu a dtvla id!, tat Xrv arwi watch, ha waicrvatwl, tfa (rm of a MrhK'V roa, and It la tho ofBe of rducatloa to lavor iu a tract la pnu laferaauuleai Watt'eel. It is suggested that each District Clerk 0 1 .i JT - L- a. a h&Vt ben 1 ra aouni jet I J a L. a e?Ah a aaa iJaa.i.l an made for Messrs. Pardee k Co., to oU diatrict for ths year 1873. The nam. build the road, and thej agree to have 0f each teacher, and the amount due Lim Fifteen thousand persons are ai...

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 August 1875

raid and Tribune.) KSDAY AUGUST 12, 1873. I Tbe vatermelon crop tfcia county U w a Wliura To orro i the say fixed for the ex. j,itio of throe men in East Tennessee. foe ia Ksoi, una in Claiborne and on in l.wkini County. Mr. George F. Squibb is convinced tt advertising pays. II is stable has kd full of horses this week. Eight farm aold at the Court House wr list Saturday by Coroner Reeves, Dlj brought f 3,800.00. A little boy approached, his mother other day exhibiting signs of a erere pain in his bowels, and wanted 0 know if "green apples and water ofloni grew in heaven " A newspaper biographer, trying to lay it mbject "was hardly able to bear the eniwofkii wife," was wade by the jfiouble printer to say, ''wear the tktBiM of his wife. . J , ill UIMIWUB VI VUUt. f HIIQjr, i ihioken with four legs. It is quits inly tod growing finely. We hope Mis hjmmoo will send it to our fair. The biir from i ladies' braid should wet be worn ou the lupo' of a gentle im'i coat, uuless the pirtics ar...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 August 1875

A Han Silled. On Sunday morning last,., jibqut o'clock, IIirvejr T. Province, son of tho late Ai'T.jMU'ovince, of tLi jp!woa tabbed and killed. It teems- tliat,in company with omo other young ntty, bftH lind been on a "sprce'.tluring the night, Scrgent Hamlet, of Goodson,' arrested li iin end ouo' or two othcra et a houao of ilLfaine. JLuSfiJng-.tQ lalnfctreet, tho farttoro goC tn ' the' Tennessee HidtV when one of them, being too much intox icated to proceed, , laid dorn. Scrgent Hamlet requested France Miles to stay with Lira while bo went with the others before the Major. Young Province, it teems, desired to Btay with hiseompanion, und bo and Miles pot into a dispute about it during which." It IS 1 supposed Miles stabled bim. He suddenly turned around and left the party, crossed back over to th Virginia .side and laid down. In a few moments eome one said be would go and Bee what bad become of bijn, lil.cjpaidJy o u wH U5.n i?iJ, in bis Deny, ino wounu wasinnicieu just, in the low...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1875

. .'V. .. A. . Wraltlat Tribune, Herald and Tribune- rriiusnKU weekly by M. S. IVIAHONEY 'Bates of Subscription. .. Rated of Advertising. -; Ono smrrcy few lines or kssyWHr iueHioii, . . , , U 00 breach fiiiosoi'ucnt InscrT'on, . 01 One square two mouth, , , 4 00 Dm- MjnnrQ three mo flit, . 5 00 One simrt' six mouths, , , l'MK One s.'ii:ire out year," '. ' '. 15 CO Announcing Candidates t une .1- .mil'. 01C ' " 'U i... - vimii- iMirtl. I.,l0 lH ....... ,..,',. ono venr. cncli, 1.40 V-ii or iiu'i" v ' Honesty of Purposo and Equal Rights to all Men, will sacura Happiness to tha People. . Kr a club of Ten. at 1,40 cach,we f...,.i one extra copy free for one VOL. VI. Q to the getter up of the rlub.-fet JONESBOROUGH, YTBNNft THTJ11SDAY. AUGUST 19 1875. , NO. 48 Municipal $3 ; County fale $90 j I J v 'k i. . - ... , . . . erala:. mam, JLrib A1TORNEYS. "-TTTTt it' U)K1II(,1. ATTOHNKY WA I TaW AM' MH.ICITOIt IN MlAN , A.T h ..si'.. ro Tenn. o:i:9 'o fig.1 Plu.artt. lii J.KIKhTATKICK,. Attor...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1875

Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY AUGUST 10. 18757" OUR SENATOR. Late last Dight Governor Portor op pointod Chancellor D. M. Key, of Chat tanooga U. S, Senator to fill the vaoanoj caused by Senator Johnaons doath. WHEAT. Would it not bo advisable for the farmers to dispose of their surplus wheat now while they can get the cash and a ' fair price f White wheat is worth in this market $1,00 to $1,10. 1 ho price may possibly change for the better, but should it not, and become dull, those farmers who arc compelled to raise a few dollars will And it s. difficult matter. THE WlIirriNO POST. Judge Reagan, who is said to bo one of the most prominent Democrats in Texas is in favor of repealing that pro vission of the present fundamental law of Texas which establishes schools for the education of the children of the State. It seems however that he goes a step far.hor ond advocates a provision in the new constitution establishing the whip ping post as an institution of that State. Democrats of Eas...

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 August 1875

V Herald -jHUWDAY AUGUST 19, 1875. -r be oM Scltoul House at BowuiautowD s burned down last tridJ. i m,n bv uatno of Copelwid was tared j feathered last Mondaj night at Knox- till. Tbe services of the Pillworth Cornet Ibnd bare been scored for tho Fair Ihf j will make thing Uvi.ly. If ton owe HlCKALD AND TiUB- sk fui a ) mbhcription, can't you it before y.t into the how next Cirjuit Court adjourned last Tuesday. Jndae CiHenwaters left for his home at Atom Well, on Wednesday morning. Tluiubs. Mrs. Lewis A. Markwood, will please jeeept our thanks for uorae fine Toma ws, the finest cluster we nave ever ifen from one vino. Jri. Cramp Smith Las sold since last April f 27,00 worth of milk and butter a une cow, alter luruisnini: a uouuuiui V .1 II ,np.iy fur 'iiy. " ttpy laiv ,n Kst Tennessee cu bcut Mr8. Smith, we ould te pleased to bear from Lor, and (rtibliili her rep'irt. r it nti. A Ladies breast piu and cellar was fjuuil hi the road near Telford Depot iilSiturday by Mr. John 3. Cochr...

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 August 1875

HANGMAN'S DAY. DEATH OF JOHN C WEBB. THE scexe AT THE GALLOWS, letters from Ayers to Webb. Exerutioii f Berry, the Wife . Murderer at KtifrrBVill Ho Protests His Innocence to the Last. 6,000 People Witness the Hanging at Tazewell Honey cutt's Confession, a Denial of the Charge of Murder. From the Knoxvillc Chronicle Auglith, ' Yesterday afternoon, about 20 minutes past one o'clock, Join C. Webb, died on the gibbet, erected on tbo rail-road lot near tbe Clinton Pike, to expiate the crime of murder, committed on tho 5th of March, 1874, when Richard Rey nolds died at tho hands of two assassins, a full detul of which was given in the Chronicle at tho time. THE LAST NIGHT, (sweltering in the aim. and gaping to I sure and como ami we will have good j very large majority believes that be ut aon in a m.pctniil( nf sameness such as tunes and I will satisfy you lor all , r I - few men on this earth are capable of. more tx Calling foi the counsel, both for his please tear this up defense and 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. — 2 September 1875

Herald and Tribune. rumxsHKD webklt;"by M, S. MAHONEY. ' Kates of Subscription. Single copy, one year, I 2,cu Five or more copies, one year, each, 1,30 jy,, or mere copies, one year, eacn, i.-io For a club of Ten,nt$l,J0 eac1i,we ..hi .ml one extra cony freo for ono ytar, to the getter up of the club. A1TORNEYS. JAMEn u. liriAwcuitiv, attoknky AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN 'JUAN- fry, Jonesboro', Tenn. OtSea la Oriliam & Lampsoii New Building, Ip Stairs, iso, i, iiuiund. S,l. MUIV1 . I lilV l, Al lUHNKt AT . I. AW, Jonesboro', Tenn. Ortlce in . , - v .. ... r .. m .1 : .. (irHhttlll V .iiijibvu AlW iiiuuni(t, ;p viiir',Xo. 7. 0'Ja:i20. V. CUIFFITII. ATTORNEY AT Yu AN,) COLLECT I NO AOENT, Juiii'shoro', Tenn. Special attentions given to collections, vmcc, one mnr Kat of raw, Dcvault & Co., under Kruii's Gallerv. 1 J. IHlUi'i'i ATTOKSti AT KAW A, AD COLLECTINl ACJET, Joiies- noro , Tcii'i. I'KOMi'T attention given t . i.. ... t m .. i to collections in x.eb iciiii'f!-ci-, nun southw...

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. — 2 September 1875

Herald and Tribune' THURSDAY ShrTKMBKK 2, 1873. YVhal lio bccimo of all tho Kditors of tbs JouruuP The 'rim displayed by our legal friends a few months since, eoems to be waning. Cheer up noighbors, make things lively. Such a pspor as the Journal, wc think, you said Las lung been needed in this County. WASIIIXGTO.X,COU.T FAIR. Five years ago a few enterprising gentlemen in this county in casual con. versation mutually clodded that Wash ington County ought to have an annual Fair, where our Fanners, Mechanics and Aitisans . with their wives and children could meet and compare notes, and exhibit specimens of the result of their respective industries, thereby arousing a npirit of emulation that would result in the mutual benefit of all our industrial interests, t. : , The result oi this meeting was the preparation of nn article of agreement in the nature of a subscription list for a capital 6tock to inaugurate the enter prise A number, of gentlemen at once subscribed liberally, a moetiu...

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 September 1875

fu Wu -Wirt: jcralil and Tribune. SEPTEMBER. 2, 1875 liave couie Kitjdids Seit Saturday is pension day. Jj0crbJrostrcet8rorougUoJ rutty. Firmer are soinR tboir winter oats, firMD Pfsclies are going, two lor a it. ' ert in not a j. Cauiue to ba found ,1 lTili (lintiict. ; . Premium of the Washington CoudIj . ;,? in 1'jush I irirei'-" - C,mp Dicoting at Sulphur Spring next Hie A'1(? AVu uai " - column of ..jptm in its last issue. i tcutvfivc dollar eun will be award t tb bdt Pigeon Shot on tlie wing llje Fir licre in Se ptemlcr. AtltiiiUn Sl1iers All Federal Soldiers residing in .Wash- Ington Couuty are hereby called to meet in Jonesboro', Tenn. next Monday Sep tember Cth for the purpose of organizing for the lie union at Oreeuevilie Tenn. October 12ib 1675. Sr read tie news ar and wide and let all a '.tend in Jones boro', next Monday without, fail as busi ness of importance will come Wore the aoldiere for their consideration. " f K. Tattok. t ' t Ohiro. County Ex. Com. ; Gralieppcrt....

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. — 2 September 1875

TIIE "J.0RG1V' ABDUCriOX. ' ' A Mystery of Fifty Years Ago, Thtfrlow 4 'Weed's Reminis cences of the x Anti-Mason- . ic Crusade." TU Wardfrrr-Tlii WdVn v It Ittorgiui' r Wnrc' The "; Inilal" f ) es;v had been taken by Mrs. 'Morgan to 13a tavia, , A, tUird inquest was now to bo hM for tlie purpura of establishing the oUiid of Mrs Monroe. ,A Urge couoourse of citizens was in attendance' ' Mrs." Mon roe anpeur(L, and uvu- it description of her husband's' pcrsou and of the ototbei in thioVfid Teft hemfl bu the morning of tit, day lift f a drtninod. , ' Previous to hef txufhiuation Uutea , U n kf, chairman of the Morgan exaiumed the Letter of , Thiiriow ' vM'd to trrc'Jfevf Yoik Herald. tuvcutliiition Cohimittco, olutki taken from ' tho hotly and vorefally preserved by the Cor- great " minuteness. en tie body to be that of Timothy Moureej CP A oountry clorgjuian who had to eay that the hair was pulled out and been acoustonied to niiuister to the epir the whiskers shaven off to make it re...

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. — 9 September 1875

K i L "r . m " i' . i" Herald and Tribune. ' j'l'BLlriHKD WKKKLT BY Herald and Tribune 1 - MHV W Mft av "gates of Sscription. . v I ,.lccopv, nc year, ?,W r or more copies, one year, each, 1,80 II1 or mew copies o.ie.ycar, each, 1.40 For aclub ofTcn. attl,40eji,vej 7, end one extra ropy ireo lor one f"'ar, to tlif g-'tu'r u1' of t,,etluu- , eraia AlTOKNETSJ UII lit,. Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. VOL. VI. J0NESB0110UGII, TENN., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 1875. NO. 51 Rates of Advertising. " One sinirt'.t', ten lines or less, on insertion, i i i i tlW FortKrli subsequent Insertion, . One square two month, ' i .. " 00 Oho etjiian; three ttiOtithsj . im One square six mouths, . j , 10 U0 Olio square Olio eai-( . . 151 0 Announcing Candidates Municipal $'; County ; Suite $H rT77:. DKAOKKJCIv, ATTOKNKY l'". H ANI OUCITOIl IS 'HAX- U.V Joiicauoro', Toon ,:rili:lin t Lampoons Building, 7luuir2J. r,;stir,so,8., '. . L iitkl' VTUICK. ATTORNEY...

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. — 9 September 1875

Herald and Tribune. THURSDAY 8kPTEMBKR 3, 1875. We notioo in tlio MidJle Tennossee papers that immigrants and prospecting gentlemen re coming hi every day.'v We hopewj mij get our portion of theui though oar citizena tiavo taken but little trouble and do eipcnso is far aa we know t secure what we mostly nocd immi gration, The trial of Cordy UarrU thoro puted ringleader of the Georgia insur. rectionlfta" baa resulted in bia'acquiul, before white jury and a Democratic Judge. Those Democratic editors who made such a big blow over the "Digger insurrectiouUls" will simply have to ac knowledge that they wereoof-ed. , , .. . nvsu, Samuel Fooy, the murderer if John Kromett Naff formerly a citizou of this town, was hung at Fort Smith Arkansas last Friday. CONSOLIDATED. Tbe Union, and American and the Nafhville Banner hiv consolidated. We were sorry to seethe Banner entirely wiped out as it was one of the Demo cratic papers that we highly respected. The new paper is called The American and ma...

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. — 9 September 1875

Herald and Tribune. TUIR6DAY SEPTEMBER 9, 1875. Our Schools opened last. Monday with flattering prosper. Camp meeting commences at Sulphur tyring w-niorrow. Thr will be a large number of fine oils exbibited at the Fair. The Grangers are preparing to build a Ull nejr buVa of Nolachueky. If yea want to sell anything on the Kir Grounds go to Secretary Hots and gt i permit. It is said Old John Robinson' Circus vill be in East Tennessee next month. The farmers of this county or? towing much larger crops of barley and winter oats than formerly. Gentlemen who expect to run hacks to and from the Fair will ploase apply tp Henry IIofs Secretary for permits. l'ers.ns wishing to haul Water to Fair Grounds oo Fair days call on Henry ow, Secretary. Hots are very scarce in Washington county. A good lot would bring six cent! per pouoa gross. We feel safe in savin that W!.binr. ton county will have a greater variety of articles od exhibition, and of finer quality. it its next annual Fair, than any o...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 September 1875

WI10LES1LK UAXthtJ. bnccd the Catholic faith. Wm. J. Whittingtou was a native 01 Six Murderers Strung Up at Georgia (Tajlir county,) thirty ei.rs Foi't Smith, Arkansas. 0ld, Lad a wife ftid thro children, mm now live in the Chiohasaw Nation. Whittington murd. -red John J. Turner, in February last, in the Chickasaw Aa- The 'natch Conlnosed of Whiles, " Colored, Indians and (? .: . . . Uaif-Brteds, t!on. Riding homo rne evening from n .'i.fi nfWrir.m Could Discount Grocery along with Juner, an old man lVU W 1 W . . . , , I , ., , an Ordinary Murderer. and neighbor. . he ciuuiei me mwcr. , , knnkins liiui from his horse ar.d then cut Fearful Array of their Sanguiuary his throat Vifloti hi pockets and started CriuiPS, .. ; : '. off The son of Turner appeared nbont this . . , -D time.gave chase to the mtirdcrcr.and over- flffifiL 2? -'a - men u.-b w-. Wliuin,lou-8 knife, covered with blood, TbfV Die Game and BefnSC lO Make was found near the body, and when cap- T . . . .... . . i ' .11.1...

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