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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 May 1880

.-..T;:!.. ... FT Si -, Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will eecuro Happiness to the People pj " '. - . . ....(i- J0NESB0R0UGflraNE8SEE. THURSDAY: MAJ 5, 1880. NO. 29 . (. a A XXPRN E Y SJ' ""iTirirfEtV O" CHA3. E. J0S3tK Maxwell- ,& Dosser, JSSESiORO'r TENNESSEE '' - ; v.. and Solicitor in. Cji ancert, JONESBORO', Office 'n Cleric and Mastei s gtalrsfbi Jhe court house. . ofllce uP A ATteRNEY JT LAW,, ; JONESBOKO" TESN. . Om'lc la Orlim and Mmion-iNetf I V..' p. . - . s . J). ISROWINI, ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery, lONBOltOJ, - TKNNESSl!'. t ATTORNEY AT, LAW. ivn nnLEKCTINa AGE-IT. Ai' " " v imVP.SUOUO'. Tl-NX Special attention given to eot.n Ofl'.cf one' floor at-t M h. Muhoiu' under Keens Gallery. '-ATTORNEY ALAW. iVlll'nracttccln the OireuiiunU Chancery , P. i ii.nvklii'.On-.one, Hancock and and in lad Federal Courts at Koxvill lenn. llil3tt ArrORNEY ANf. UofHCKLLOK. tirfenevill,"- '- : -Trnncfwe Will practice la all the r;" i er Kast Tennessee,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 May 1880

mm:m tribune. 'MA"V cqf.x'iss. TUe Voltaic Belt Co Maraliall, Mir.h will aend tbeir celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to tb afflicted upon 0 days trial Spee dy cures guaranteed,;.' They ',. mean what they say- Vf rite to them with out delay.- '": ' ' -' Greeevillo lltrIct-Hohton Couferncfr-TUlrd I&otuul ' Johnson City, Johnson City May . 1. Jonesboro Station ' " .8. Ervrin, Jonea Chapel ' 15. Fall Branch, Fall Branch - .21 Kingsport, War Path, , 29. St. Clair, Pleasant Hill, Jane 12. Greenevitle, Guthermean " 19. - Station' ';-i -':T; .: 28 Itheatown : ; ' - JnlV Telfords " W. V .- i - ii i ; Bots is killing horses in this county at a rapid rate. A NoA FAUM WAGON for sale at ' . . J. B. Thomas's. We notice that the pump has not been placed in the toVn well yet. ' Our citizens should commence and whitewash their fences, etc. A great deal of sickness is reported all over the county. -BUCC-DB AUGHT" mafcta chilli and fever lnipowsiblc. : '' For sale by John S. Mathcs. -.j Are you fo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 May 1880

HEBALD AKD TRIBUNE. W. P. BROWNLOW. EDITOR THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1S80. Col. Ingcrsoll denies that he has deserted the banner of Blaine. There are oxer 1,000 bills in con gress (waiting the action of the house. Nellie Grant Sartoris ts coming to tie United States this summer. The Vermont Greenbackcrs are go ing into the flight with a- full state ticket this fall. Napoleon was the subject of five as Bassinationons attacks, but the doc tors had him at last ; ; Judge Strong of tho supreme court prophsies that Grant will not be nom inated nt Chicago. Yung Kwai, a : heathen Chinee, graduates "Second from the high school at Springfield, Mass. The official tote in 'Indiana shows majorities for the amendments rang ing from 19,749 to 8j,I08.r, Senator Grover is getting better of his illness and will resume his placo in the senate, after while. Vsnderbilt's new house will have a gallery to hold the pictures for which be baa aireatfy paid $673,000. Senator Caueroa says' that as be tween want and Til...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 May 1880

..t V PLANT STRAWBERRIES. Now is tho accepted limo. Tro pare the ground by thorough culture, but put nothing on it to fertilize which will breed grubs or insects. Stable manure or straw will do this. The best cultivators of this delicious fruit, put at the rate of three barrels of salt per acre to insure the f plants from worms and insect depredations. Fif ty bushels to clacked limo or wood ashes to the acre, of aid in dissolving the natural elements in tho soil and keeping it light and porous. For field planting, whtro it is intended toj cul tivate with horse and plow, make rows throe feet apart and put strong plants two feet apart But if in gar den, for hoe culture, set out ono foot by two, Cultivate, keep clean, and let the plants grow andbear two years then spado under tho old plants, leav ing the new for future crops. Then spade in any year after the oldest roots, and keep them from crowding. Leaves from the forest are the best posible mulching .for winter. It is better than st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1880

. ' I y " - x . ' ' ' - -. . - . K ..ir;v"-;vX--.-L-. . ; . ' - '.' ' ' ,' Honesty ot Purpose ; and Equal Right3 to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. ' B f: t. , . - : i JONESBOBX) UGfl TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. MAY 27,. .1880. ").Ifli5m, CHA8.E. D088LE Maxwell Dosseiv Attorneys and Counsellors at Law, jckmcRir: - Tennessee and Solicitor th Cuanceky, JdNESBORO', - TENN tiftW'n Cent and J&stoi V ofllce uP dtaira lu jdio court lioiise.( .. v ' attorney at law. MT Omic In'OVIshaju nJ Lamton'Ne- Ball Jli-j, Up Stair w- . . v v . J... BROWN. - ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery, JONEtfBOKO', - - TKNNL3K. E. N. GRIFFITH. ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND ! COLEECTING AGE. IT. -. ONESBOKO', ..,i? TJ-yX r'lfcml attention given' to Cnllcctin Otic i i-.e deor st:M Ji. Mahofie tifidrr Kcn jBallery. ATTORNEY AT LAW. KOGKUSVILLK, TENN. VPfll ryf'a"oticc In tlio Circiittand Chancery .ftfitf W ol llawVlus, (Ireenc, Hancock and W ahIngton counties, ami in the Supreme indKorieralCourUat Kuoxvl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1880

HERALD' Al TRIBUNE. "UdKSDAY, JMXY S7th, 1880. The Voltaic Belt . Co., Marshall, MK,, iU end their celebrated-Electra-Voltaie Bel U to ths afflicted upon 30 days triul. Spee dy cures guaranteed. They mean what they ay. ; Write to them with out delay. Greeeville DUtrict Hols ton Con fernceTliira Bound Johnson City, Johnson .City May 1. Jonesboro Station " " 8. Erwin, Jones Chapel ... " ;15. Fall Branch, Fall Branch 44 22. Kihgsport, War Path, -:, 44 29. St Clair, Pleasant Hill; ' June 12. Greenevillc, Guthermean ,-v " 19. station irM- , -' - z. Rhealown ' , July 3. lelfords -y :'- .10. J. W.k''Jric,P.E " Strawberries are plentiful. Garden "truck'! is looking well. . , Candidates are multiprying rapidly. . Peas and potatoes to these parts' nt present.'- K r ": CALL ON J. B. THOMAS FOR Steam Engines, r '.' : Hop Bitters are for 'sale by Jno. A. & J. M. Grisham. We .have had some excellent rains since our last issue, ' , t Mr, C. C. Coltins of Carter Co. was in town last Saturday. W...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1880

:? y V HERALD AND TRIBUNE. W. P. BROWNLOW. EDITOR THURSDAY. MAY 27. lSSt). FUR GOVERNOR. ALVIII HAWKINS. OF CARROLL COUNTY. FOSCONGRESS1ST DISTRICT A. II. PETTIBOIIE. OF GREENE. " Bubjwt to th ImUmi of' BejraMlcaa Convention. ELECTORS-STA TE A T LA RGE H0N. GEO. FMNEY. HON. A - A. TAYLOR. Of the 95 Rapublican daily papers of Pennsylvania, GO are for Blaine. Against three million dollar barl's what can the little keg of Thurman avail! , Sam. Randall says the Sunday con ference at Tildon's houso was a mare matter of chancoi : ; ; : .; The 500 or more members of the Grant club in Cincinnati will go to tho Chicago convention in body. Reader, help us extend our circula tion. We intend to fight Democracy and Repudiation to the last ditch. Tflden's health is something remark able. He is bo infernally healthy that it makes his Cincinnati contestants sick. The goings on in Cook county are recorded by the Chicago Times" as a Democratic convention held by the Republicans. ' ' Rev. T. T. Hoy t,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1880

.1 . R30STIS0 OUT. It wUl he found a great benefit to ihe fowls tQ.JUike facia roont out of clcors during the hot weather, and many of our Euccc-Esful fanciers cfc tiibnte almost perfect freedom from 'lisoase to this y precaution. About J we first, the fowls out of doors, and fix La U jrou have evergreens or oth er ldvd-intf treeti, let them roost in them; if 'not provide a temporary roosting place, . with only a shelter over head from the rnin. Leavo them cut doors unfil thd frosty nights of litter part of October, and then house them again. Poultry Bulletin. i : -mmm . i . .KUNQARiAMGRASS SEED. Th,ifi is another annual grass which resembles millet very much, and may be classed as a varioty of that plant. It is said to contain a somewhat high er rroctntngo of nutriment tnun ei ther tho common or the Gorman mil Jit. Though it3 yield is not so largo as the German millet, there can be no doubt that the quality of the hay is much superior. The German millet will frequently grow bo larg...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 June 1880

" ' r - - . . ... ;.,.. ..,,:r. - ii-jiit " : '?.'s :'l"'.i i; n'ii ' .t S-J I ' f: : ; L Honesty of Purpose and i. -XI Maxwell & Dosser, Attflrneysanatonsellorj atLav, JCSEliORff- - ?' j- s TENNESSEE ATTORN Efjv LAW and SouciTcjW tN OiiAKcteiT? JNESBORO TENN SVOI ; ,' Officffl'n Cleric nd Maste' offloo, uP. 8.vJ.;: KDfl WPKBCKi 'ATTORNEY AT' LAW. JOKPSBOKp jTKXIT.' . A f Bllc ltJ( Ortsbatt Ind l.uton,'i Went BulldlPi.UpBtlilri. V J.. vv ATTORNEY r AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery., JONESBOKOV - - lNJSEsSE. E.N. IROlFnTiH. TTORNE Y AT LA HT AND I OotEfeCTjNO AQEllT. .IOSEB01CO, .- . ,(. ThNJf cpcciil'aUenlion -given, to Collectii) C fl cf cine tlicr nnt M H. Mahouo under Keens Oallerf. v 1 'j ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROGERSVILLlSj TENX. -Will Mfictlcclntho ClrculiandCha'ncliry HJomt-t 6VlUwkln,Urceiie. Hancock and WaslJIhtoncotHUies, anHinii Supreme ind tedenlgm at.Knojfjllle fB. w ATTORNEY AN6 f CllUHCBLLOK.; '. 41rrrnArfe, : - viai,eMe Will prnc.tlce In all tlie Coiii'ta o'me JiVr Kn...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 June 1880

HERALD AHD TMBDKE. The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., will tend their clcbnrted' Electro-Voltaic . Bel ( to the afflicted Upon 30. day trial; Spet ij cures guaranteed. They mean what they say. Writ to Oiera with out delay. J . . Oreeevillo District-llolston Confe rcnceTlii rdltound St. Clair, Pleasant Hill, June 12. Greeneville, Guthermean " 19. Station " 26. Ithcatown July 3. Telfords M 10. J. W. Mask, P. E To-morrow is Pension day. We continue-, to have plenty of rain Chancery Court ' is still in session. Lubricating Oil at . ; D. J. GIBSON'S. A large crowd . of people were in town last Monday. ; Peas and potatoes are plentiful in this vicinity. . , Farmers are preparing for harvest, which ia nearly upon us. : ,., : Wheat, eoro nd ,puU looks well all otct the coanty.-:;i ;. . r-.i The e Nashville centennial , .closed last Saturday; j: IM , : , : Cheap Lamps' and Stationeries at D. J. GIBSON'S. " BLACC-DR AUGHT " makea philU and ferer impossible. For sale by John S. Mathes. The...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 June 1880

HERAMD IMBUE W. P.EROWlJLO'WV EDITOR TUCKSOAY, JUNE 3, 1S80. FOR GOVERNOR. ALVIil HAW KINS. OF CARROLL COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT A. II. PETTiBOIfE. . OF GREENE. . - Subject toth decaloa of BepiUicu CoiTratlon. ELECTORS-STATE AT LARGE HON. GEO. MANEY' ; HON. A A. TAYLOR. The eyes of the nation are turned towara Chicago. , . Whittaker has been found guilty ana pni unaer arrest r t A Columbus dispatch says that 37 of the 4-i Ohio delegates "will go over 10 .uiaine on me second ballot. The Democrat ic party of Tennessee is parJeyingaboutwhat positiontotake vu iub itiuumnuii vl me kjiaic ueut. The Republicans of the first Flor'- ina aistnct nave nominated Itev. Ueo. "Witherspoon, colored, for Congress. Somfi of the biggest Democrats in the eighth Georgia district say Aleck Btcphen8 must submit to the party or ne must go. : ' The, Virginia Democrats believe that in case of the election of a Re publican President, Senator Mahone wouia act witn tne uepuDiicans. The Convention to nom...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 June 1880

: USEFUL KNOWLEDGE V A barrel of flour weighs one bun 'dred and ninety six jsomida. A barrel of pork, Wro hundred. A barrel of rice, eix bundled. A barrel of powder, Iffentv-five. A firkin of butter, eighty-four. Wheat, beans and clover seed, six- ty pounds to the bushel.' . Corn, rye and flax-seed, fifty-six. Buckwheat, fifty-two. Barley, forty-eight. Oafs, thirty-five. Sixty drops make a 'drachm. Eighty drachms an onntts I'oiir ounces moke a gilL Sixtv drops make a teaspoonfuL Three teaspoonfula a tablespoonful one third of an ounco. Four, thousand, eight hundred and forty square yards niako au aero. A square mile, six hundred and for ty acres. To measures an acre: Two bun- 'dred and nine feet on each sido, ma king a square acre, witlnn an men. Thwe are two thousand, soven hun dred and fifty languages. One-person dies at each pulsation of the neartr - . A gonoration is fifteen years. The average length of life is thirty- ono years. -., THE BEST GRAPES FOR FARMERS- There are many f...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1880

' . " " - 1 ' -" -J ' ' 1 . '', ' . " ' " . ... - ' -. . . " ' , . " . ' i 1 !: 1 ;.-:.. jHPwP.aM Equal Rights all'Mai,Mi;ecurasHappinesS to the People'.' ....... i r-.. JC-NESBOROUGH. ; , ;TENNSSEIf THURSDAY. AUGUST; 19; '18S0. P. , - -i- .1. 1 II .1.1 'I i"-;.;,,: NO. 3. Maxwdh&lDqsseXtx JMES4SW- WltKttJ 03fntitCiiipM':mj 3780 O CD intra MivriJi : i't-. t 'XTtOntt-BX-rrAT LAWizi BUT lfllP- hi OrUUaiu ul Lamion'i New ATTORNEY AT LAWr- And Solicitor in Chanc&T JONKSUOKO", - - -is. . a m 1 1 A tlT "1., 'X , r i m, tit '-.ft JOSESUOKO', - - .iTt K .Special attHiitlon given to Crl)echii' under iveens uunci v r.r . ...... - , W. IP. nLLISMWAT , ATIORKEY AT LAW, llOUEKSVll.KE, TEXX. A'lll practice in tliu CircuiiuiiU Chancery mli ol llan-klnstlrxeiic, llaiicoek nnd iKliin-jton counties, ttml in the S iiireme 4 ltd FedeMpJotirtlKi: noxyU- Siuu 4Ht.'J UWUW Uiiii i i'' A, M.PETTBSOlNII.Xr Attoknky ANf. CiuscmXii i win nrniMiue ih bi i i ii . Kill D renerai toiui ui i 11 1 Jim . 1 ir...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1880

;TBUSOAY AUGWT U:fc,r. Jtents and Canvassers tUliig for E. O. K1DK0UT Co 10 sSarcUj &ret. .New Xork. Send Ur tUtr Vatalofua ind tinu N -. Tit Voltaic Belt Co r Mtwhll,MkL, will tend - their c'.ebrated Electro-Voltaic Belta to ta afflicted upon 80 dajra trial.. Spee ij caret guaranteed. They .; mean witattbey say. Write to them with oot delay, , - The health of the cdnnty u very good at present, 'y A large crow of people were ia towa last Monday. ' If TOO WAsTT TO BUT THI BlST awn nifimr ITmniriii tw toww AO TO J. J. HCNT. - : The weather hai heea warm for tk past week. '' - Dwelling honied ate in great de mand in town. . - n. X. A Don't lor J he Fair, ibis Fall. Its going to M a" racceaa without a There, will be preaching the Baptist CharcV next Sunday at 11 o'clock. All are invited. 6. Dogs, hogs, cows and flees form a tafge proportion of the population of Jonesboro. ; J. J. Hunt b now receiving a large and well assorted stock of Hardware, Cutlery, etc which he offers very low ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1880

LA Bj ID Al fllE W- P.BROWNLOW. EDITOR THURSDAY AUGUST 18th, 1890. 1 p JCEOA. GARFIELD m V0F6H10. :-; ; ; l, ,?,'0M trjaJPBE8IDENT CHESTER A. ARTHUR I. ALVitl HAW KIIIS OFCARROLL VOUNIY. FO'ECONGRESSIST DISTRICT Avll: PETTIBOHE. .,: ,.; fiFfilietse. ., . , ii .ti-'.i.'viil . ELCTQR8STA TE AT LARGE . HON. GEO.S MANEY. W'A. I.A TAYLOR; jtfi stateIena tor J COL.A. j. onowii, V -) OF WASHINGTON, trmtui Ji YJJ REPRESENTATIVE , J0:ill F. GRISIIAM y- ' 'OF WASHINGTON. Hawkins will be elected Governor of Tennessee. State credit ihen can rally io bim. i He is as sond as a dollar Oit.the auestion. ' Vtror'liave'a debt-paying ft cbion itf tile etaocratic party. Isn't thftt lively! 'The great Democratic par ty has ttrgo before the country prov ing its hottty. i ,. i . Three Democratic candidates for eeterrior to the field. The , brethren will have a happy time of it. Th .State debt question cannot ' be kept mi abeyance any ,longer. The party Has beetf 'dodging the question , for years'.' When t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1880

4 Th VwhingtonVC(wnly-iTna) ciation will hold jts r.eit amiunl ex hibition on the grounds 'of the Asso ciation, hear Jonesboro,' cotuiueoeing Dept. oUtb, afcu ending October 2nd. The BriatoNBpYder Fa'f will liotd iBTM'tTi.ifc exhibition SepU gJd23d The Abingdon Fair will come off beptembefjjtfth 0414 BUtty mid Ocio her 1st 1. llaC'S. L i .The Southwust Virginia Aijricultu-1 rut Aa.-f.irciiii.iiii, iiyiiit-vuie, win nota tkrir ihir twelfth hiihuuI Jexliibitiunon the dtli.Ttt add m 6t Oitor.' . ha tEt ll) ty&lPyJM i ?iicp-r brood and ifeed uriddnfe W der the roosts. The better way of feeding corn chfcketisr is in TCtushtf!f- ortTadked Artaiige' your. ventetutor) no thSit thjf draught does not come directly onthefowl. ' . It is a mistaken idea amongst some poultrjrnen thut a nest is tfooil enoigh ifiri tear's hard service, , ' ,Amonu the many ill"? thai fowls are subject to, roup, with' nil its at tending phases, is the most vexatious Cleanliness is one of 'the lii'o'st im portant ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 September 1880

.1 -- f- . - . . .. v i . : 1 ' Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to all Heii, will sect re; Happiness to the People.- . ., - , , $ . . ... 'VOL. XI ATT O R N E ?S m-.Ti rwi TWILL. . .ae.o. Maxwell & Dosser, Attorneys aiifil ConnseUors at Law, J0NES30R0'- - - " TENNESSEE W- F. YOUNG, attorney -At X-nw-Johnson City, Term. Office in theCpLIIotcl. May 27, 80 fcnd SoLlCITOK CncEUT ?lCsCh"t!:eCcrThdose. A TTO RNE Y AT LAW. JONESBOHO' TE-VX. U- Omic i- Grisham and Lainson' New Boil.lii'j. Ul Stair ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery. .ION KS BOKO'. - - i'NLi)at- ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND COLLECTING AGF-lT JOXEBOKO - - "J, Special attention given to Co lee ting Office one door M Mabocuc under Keens Gallery 7 p. jbule ATTORN EX Al l.a. KOGEUSVll.LJfl, TEXX. Will practice in tlie CirciiUatiU Chancery o.uUot Uawkni.,Cvene. Hancock and W ' t,in-ton counties, ami in the bii,,reme i ,nl i?eTeral Courts at Knoxviile iV.nn. ajuil.ttt WW a u . .... r j ur A, PgTTDBOMI- ATTORSBY ANf. C .UNCE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 September 1880

- 5 I;.. HERALD AND TRIBUNE P. BEOWNLOW. EDITOR THUiiSDAVSEtTJSSl BJ2K 23, 1830. TORVP RESIDENT JAMES A. GARFIELD OF OHIO. , " TOR VICE-PRESIDENT I. CHESTER A. ARTHUR 10 F NEW YORK. T FOR GO PERNOR ALVIN HAWKINS J OF CARROLL COUNTY. FOR CONGRESS 1ST DISTRICT A; H;s PETTIBONE. .. -'-. OF GREENE. ELECTORS STATE AT LARGE raHOH. GEO. -KAKEY-, HON-A. A TAYLOR. ":- FOR STA TE SENA TOR - COL. A. J. BROWN, OF WASHINGTON. FOR REPRESENTATIVE JOHN F. GRISHAM OF WASHINGTON. ' Consider what LEE. and JACK SON woubl do were they alive. THES E ARE THE SA 31 E P RING IP L ES FOR WHICH THEY FOUGHT FOUR YEARS. Remember the men who poured . forth their life-Jrtood on Virginia's soil, and do not abandon tliem now. Remember that upon your vole depends the success of the Dem ocratic ticket. Wade Hampton, at Staunton. Va., July 26. Put on the "red shirts" is the war cry in South Carolina. Hon. It. L. Taylor refuses to endorse Hancocl, How do. Democrats like this? JNo one can tell how Bob Taylor stands betw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 September 1880

HERALD AND TRIBUNE THURSDAY,- SEPTEMBER 15, 1S80. - Agents cund Cktnvassers -Jrake Horn tfiS5 to $30 . per week selling goods for E. G. UIDKOUT.A.CO 1U Barclay Street. New orKi :ena The Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich-V will send their Celebrated Electro-Voltaic" Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days trial. Spec d? c(tres;XUHratiteed..They mean What they say. Write to them with out delay, ' . ; . - - : Jack-in-the-btrer r ' ; ;Cat him dowd, ; . . :i-r How many. licks? ..,...,.,. O'possums are getting ripe. -These nights are rather c c chily "Bali-Bat? are very plentiful these - TheTapplcUutter "tiling" season is fast disappearing. UUr local spaco.is uu jf.yw," $S?t& the -Fair Ground fn S. H. Anderson's-hack's. - ' " ' , . . , Read flie lesal -notice of C. & M. B. F. Swingle, to be found in another column. ' ' ' .' . i.. Mr. lieoi r;. oquioo is occopvins the house recently vacated by W. . Mitchell. . .. r. - -'' We would suggest that roadVover seers get their ''roads in , a go...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 September 1880

OTL; GARFIELD'S APPEAL TO Young; Men. From a speech at Cleve land, on the Saturday before the Ohio election of 1679. r. -Now, fellow-citizens, a word before ' I leave you, on th very eve of the holy day of God a fit moment to '' consecrate otsrselyes finally to the great work of next Tuesday morning. I see in this great audience to-night a : great many young men young men I who are about to cast their first vote. I want to give you a word of sugges tion and advice. I heard a very brill iant thing said by boy the other day up in one of our nothwestem coun ties. ... He said to mo, "Ganeral, I have a great mind to vote the Democratic ticket." That was not the brilliant thingj I said to him, "Why?'' Well," said he, "my father is a Eepub Jican, and my brothers are Eepubli , cans, and I am a Republican all over: : but I want to be an independent man, and I don't want anybody to say, "That fellow votes the Republican ticket just because his dad does,' and I have half a mind to vote the Dem...

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