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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 November 1880

. - - . . - ' ' ' , ' ... . '. . . - .: ' ' - ' mmm L " " : - : :'- - ' ' -" ' "'' " ' "'"''"''"'''r ' . .,. ., ? -1 r. ; Honesty of Purpose and Eqttal Rightstb aU llen, will secnro Happiness to the People JONESBOEOPGH 1 TENNESSEE," JlTHURSD AY; NOVEMBER; 11 : 1880. NO. 4 xir gTT Cl,R NE S W H MAXWELL, CASE.-DGSSEE M ax vv el i 5: Do ss c r, Attorneys anfl Coniseliors at Law, - fJ ; JONESiQRQ'- - - - TENNESSEE w;f. YOUNG, attorney At J uvr- Johnson City, Term. Office in the 'City Ucttl. U ATTORNEY A I' L IU. and Solicitor w Ciuscert. Ji)N ESBORO'i -' - TENS Offlco n ;!erK and Master '8 office up airs iu the court house - A TTO R SE Y A T . L A If. . JOXESBOKO' -TKSN. PB" 'i.TI -ipe iu ariaUam m l Lr.jison' Nw ildn-x-UpSt"" ATTORNEY A T LA J . And Solicitor in Chancery. JOS E& BOKO'. - " TtSNts;-'-- ATTORNEY AT. LAW. ivn noLKRCTINO AGE-'T JOSESBOKO', - -Special attition givMi Officf one door st M under Kceus Oallcry to Cnllocriuj; S. Malmcin- $7, p. Ca II L L AT - ifi ROGEliSVILL...

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. — 11 November 1880

HERALD AND TRIBUN W. BEOWNLOW. EDITOR TllUKSUAY KOVE3iBMi.il, 1SSO From Maine to California. The Nation is restored- Go rin the bells, and fire the guns, And fling yourstarv banners oat, Shont freedom 'till the lisping ones, Give back their crdshout 1". : 4, i. - It was a general Republican walk away. . . It was the largest funeral I ever saw. S. J. Tildeu. The Journal offefgPj:. nodgrass a seat in the State Senate if he would fall down and worsted ttmocrat ic party. The Docto performed his part right nobly, but the 'ideoiocra3 have failed to furnish khink . a seat in the Senate by abodt fouf thousand votes! Gen Hancock carried four counties in Iowa, and only lacked about eighty thousand votes of carrying the Stat-, all of which goes to prove that there is nothing so popular as a yankee General running on the democratic ticket with a Bolid south tied to his coat-tail! " The country 1 nay j prepare for a period of repo.se. jUarfielil will give the country an administration that will ...

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. — 11 November 1880

i P- v I; niriii' THURSDAY, XOvEMBXK , 11 IS30. Agents and, Canvassers Make from $25 to $50 per week selling gDOds for E. G. K1DkOUX 0o for their Catalogue tud tcrina. TUeToltAic Ut Co., X Marshall, Mich., will send their celebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 jiaysHrial. Spee-: &y cures guaranteed. They mean What they say. Write to them withi out delay. . "'Possuni and tatters' How did the election go? Christmas will'ftoon be ierg,... And turkeys had better roost high. Hon. Robt. L. Taylor is ia town Christmas comes on December 25th this year! Democracy is beat as-bad- as- it was in 1868. ,V S . 4,Now Robert, come to. judgement ' Corn huskings are coming invsea son rapidly. -i- Our devil wishes it distinctly un derstood that he is still single. - The Republicans had it gala day in Jonesboro last Saturday a ' A. riffht sham wind and pain storm visited this 6ction on ystetxlay. , Dr. Gibson is having a new "walk laid in front of his Drug. Store.' Good for Dr . ...

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. — 11 November 1880

9 THE WINTER IS HERE. The indications ara of A character to remind ua that winter is come. The cold mornings, the overcoats, gloves atid other "fixings" common to the winter season, have been taken from thir summer's place of keep ing and.brought into se. It may be that even in those sections which are now the most winterish the weather may moderate and a considerable spell of 'Indian Summer,"' as it were yet precede the real setting in of the coming yin.ter. But at all events we have been suf ficiently reminded of the fact that winter is rapidly approaching not to make it amiss to repeat some sugges tions which we have frequently made at this season of the yttnr. We have already taken occasion to urge the profitableness. of shelter for stock, proper lood for dairy tow and the other domestic animals, the j riper care of the horses, etc. Perhaps if a man is going to neglect either his family or his stock, he had b?tter neglect his fam ily, for they can tall of hi treatment and ask ot...

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. — 18 November 1880

is 1 ... it-' . . v ?r i . , -Y . i i r . .. . : .... . .,, -t lJ , - - - .-.v- - " 1 i;ir ?"' a o m Honesty of Porpos and Zqial Rishts to all Men, will ac-are; Happiness to ths People. d. m Dune. i r r. VOK XII ATT O R NE YS Maxwell & Dosser, Attorneys aai Csiusellcrs at Law, JOMESiORO'- - - - TEKSESSEj W. F. YOUNG, attorney -At 1 trw Johnson,Citv. Tcnn. Office in. the City Hotel. s -ZtLfTURXU X.AC LAW " and Solicitor t Ohnckkv JON ESBORO - - 77. .V' Office 'n OlerK and Maste-' offic- up airs In the court house ."'J.""SROW!NI. ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancer JOS KS BOKO - -" i" A TTORNEY AT LAW. AND COLEECTING AGE T JOSESliOKO, - - - Special attention Riven to Col lectin a OlBc one door i at M h. Mahoci.e tinder Keens Gallerr ATTORNEY AT LAW. KOGKKSV11XK, TEXN. VIU oracticin tie Circuli and Chancery 'art t Hawkins, tSn-ei.e, Hancock and t aWinKtoncouutie, ami In the Siireinu and Kederal Courts at Knoxvilie Tonn. a(ril3tt . Attorn ky A.sr. Cn-stKu-nK. JruMvillr. - - - ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 November 1880

.2 - HERALD .-AND TRIBUNE "W". p.BROWNLOW EDITOS T11UKSUAY KOVEMBEJU8, lft-O, Tlxa Nation is restored- Now for Thanksgiving. 2-ood bye, state sovereignty! This is a Nation with a Hg N. The country endorses prosperity. Barn urn did what he could for us. TTnrn Mavnard for U. S. Sena tor. Forgery.doesu't pay as a political ', investment "Dare to do right" is a good motto. It elected Garfield. The Democratic party neds a new head as well as a new heart. f Tho editors of the Journal are "Democrats for revenue only." The South -wants public school and "carpet:bagv teachers. The Democrats will not reconstruct the Supreme Court yet awhile. The first man to name General jGarfield will now rapidly multiply. The Cincinnati Enquirer sagely says: "Good business makes bad politics." Jfowlet evert idiot who desires no toriety nm off to Jleutor with a giant pumpkin. The Herald akd Tbibukb will permit President Garfield to make up Jiis own cabinet. " There is another chance for an Ohio man there is ...

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. — 18 November 1880

IT . HERALD MP TRIBUNE THURSDAY.. XOVEMBSK, Agents and Canvassers iiake irotn U525 to $50 per week jeuirig goods for E. G. KIDhOUT A Co iv Barclay Street. New - York. Semi ior their Catalogue md terms; Tke Voltntc Belt Co., ' Marshall, Mich., will send their celebrated .Electro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days trial. Spee dy cures guaranteed, They mean what they say. "Write to them with out delay. . - Cold and chilly. Frosty mornings. j5pare-hones and back-ribs. Christmas comes on Saturday. Next Thursday is Thanksgiving. Largest and best assortment of goods very cheap at S. H. Anderson's. Stand by the Public School p. Take tho Petia. School Journal. John S. Matb.es U had a neat im protmtnt liiada m his drug store. - The schoil et Cathel Springs -- Seminary opened lass Mondr3 What has b-come of out Teachers" Institutes? ZEIGLERS BEST FINE SHOES at S. H. Andersons. All wammte;i. . Did you see th it BicicJe that Sir. .O'Brien rtfde into town last week? It was certainly a nov...

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. — 18 November 1880

Cr- J 0 J PRESERVING PASTURES. . Anions manv propositions to re- try , novate the pasture one has been larg ely over-looked management. It is the cheapest and most practical man ure on the farm. The cobe&o plan is to have but one pasture, upon which cattle must graze at all times. If it comes to the bare sod during seasons of extreme drouth the stock must continue to grub at the sod for want of better. This . exposes the roots of the gras3 to the sua and in jures or destroys the plaat. Suppose vre use our tress and stubs, in that way the detriment to growth would be once apparent. A good top on grass for growth is & necessary as upon trees. That one hundred acres of land in pastures w:U keep one-third more stock than the same number of acres iu one pasture has long been known to the practical farmer. The reastin is that the stock can be removed e. fore it has graae4 the pasture, too closely, before th9 roots of the grasa are uncovered. A plan that will renovate, hundreds of ...

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. — 25 November 1880

r "T 5 r" t j Z J m 6""h .oiioafe'U'.ui.'1;' HoBe7 6fProBaimd Eqnafillghts to all Men, wiU BBcrae ppinesa i to the People. ' TuTI . ; ' .. i '.''. :'j '' "' '"'" ! Y. ! l.-t U::' fJJLl V .".'-' ..1 ., :- . -;i:i-7:-l":j I - . ' , . . . , ... i.! ! i. ;.;.! : ' ' .' !: , 7 J ) HO ATTOjggfclgg QEAB. E. DQS8E Maxwell j&ivDpsHe$:j J0KES30RQ'- - ''1.UmiE$StE W. F. YOUNG, 'Attorney At Law- Johnson City, Tenn. ; Ofi:e in hi Ci.y BtteL Afay 2T AfTOHNJ:: AV LA Mr. and SoiaciTOB in Chanckbt, . J&NESBORO', - - Office 'n Ciern and ' Master' office up airs la the court house. . A- J."."- BROWN. ATTORNEY AT 1AW. And Solicitor in Chancery. JOSESBOKO', Ti-N-N Js.ee. . E. M. QR0?IFBT- AT10RSKY AT LAW. AND COUiEGTING AGE-.T. JOXESBOKDV" - "Xi Kj, 3pec1.il attention given to Collecting OiVcc one door fast M S. Mahocne nlcr Keens Gallery VS. CSDLLENWT K ATTORNEY AT LAW. i:utiii:SVI!.LE, TESS. Ul practice in the Circuiiana Chancery :ourls ot Hawkins, Urcene, Hancock and HiiiStoii counties, and i...

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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. — 25 November 1880

HERALD M TRIBHHE w. p. BaawLaw EDITOR TliUKSUAY SOVKMBKK26, 18SO ; From Maine to California,1 The Nation is reBtored- Hancock lost his town, his county, and his state. Aleck Stephens' county in Geor- gia went for Garfield. Even New Jersey is not all bad it has a Eepublican legislature. Gen. Tom Ewing is at- Colnmbns. Ohio, dangerously, ill of malarial fever. The Aognsta, Ga , Chronicle pre dicts that this is tne last seccionai contest. "The business interests of the South lie in cultivating peace and the arts of peace. The honor of being the first man to suggest Hancock is not the sub ject of a very excited scramble. Gov. Foster says Garfield will not attempt to curry favor with the south by tendering it any cabinet positions. In every state in the Union, ex ceDt in Florida. Nevada and Cali fornia, H.mcock's vote falls short of Tilden's. ' Mrs. Hayes has invited Mrs. Gar field to come down and look around the White House so as to get the hang of things. Of 79 officers an 1 soldiers ...

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. — 25 November 1880

To TiT1 - ltlTlTTITriTTI TUUKSDAT, -NOV KM DISH 18 1980, ar 1 Make from M25 to $oO per week telling goods for-E. G. 1UDKOUT & Co J lQ.JMarcay .jlrevt; New Yqrk.Send The Voltaic , Belt Co., Marshall, MitVh.V' will send" ; their celebralsed. Electro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upoiB0 days trial. Spee 4j cures guaranteed. They mean what they say. W rite to them with out delay. ;. - November 25th. y:t ' It feela-kinder snwisb. r Just 30days till Xmas.. . Business is looking up. This is tbgitsgiving day. Christnfas turkeys are ixi demand. 600,000 toys in town,' jnoie or less. Still more returns of new good goods at S. H. Anderson's. . Draw on jour overcoats and shawls aad stop that shaking. ; .," J . .., .( . A great deal of sickness is repor Ud throughout the county. . Jcnesboro furnishes two candidates l lor Secretary of State. Matues & Febuarv sell turkey" for revenue. only." - ZEIGLEBS BEST FINE SHOES at S. H. Andersons.: All warranted. Partridges are in demand at $ 1 per ...

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. — 25 November 1880

Cures by Absorption (Natures way LUNG DISEASES- MtfOAT MASKS. It drivas into the sjs! em curative agents and healing medicines, "it draws from the diseased parts the poison that c.uise death. Thousand testify to its virtues. YoiCaiMfeslaiiCsM Don't dpair until you have i riec this Sisib!..', Et;i!y Applied am and RADICALLY EFFECTUAL llemedr. Sold by I). -a 3513 b;. or sent by ma.l on receipt of price, $2.00, by Send'f or Tesli- . fjivtrt '- monials and oar C-ilSii SUlk., book, "TlISES -.r, , i- n C-L MlLLtOX--! a Yeas,' S.mt free. CHICAGO LL Mincers for the Northwest. Novl3,3.-v CO K-ACHE And ail diser.sas of the .Sidneys, Bladder and Urinary Organs by wearing the faprorsi trMv K-Pt-T PAS, SVftt, ScvCftVrAfc, IVvYaVeAv RCU3SS where all else fails A Rcx lltioa arid Rt TOlatian in Med icine. ''Absorption or direct applica tion, as opposed to nnftatif factory in ternal me. li"int. Send for our treatise- on Kidney troubles, sent free Sold by dmTi's):?. or sent by mail, on receipt of pr'...

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. — 3 February 1881

; - : t:V '. ;;-';"Vv--' ; - ' i ;. 11 ai?2 Mvrr Tn;n..nu imv 'HIT .8 2 2 1 3i5nefetr- of Purpose and Equal Itights ' ioralTMeii, will- secure Happiness to the people. m r S..: no Tin 1 VOt XIL JONESBOROUGfl, TESfNESSEEfe-TSKRSDAT.i::BEBRUARY - 3 18S1; NO. 15 7) .1 i X A-pT'O-'R N" E CHAS. ' B.' "SOSBEE Maxwell &l Dosser, " itfo'ri&ys ani Counsellors at Laff, JONES I III- TEHNFSSE W- F. YOUNC,; 1 Attorney V -A-t Jl,av- - Johnson CitYt Tcnn. Office in the . City-Hotel. -: May 27 ' , J TTORSUY A I' LAW. and Solicitor in Chancbrt, JdNESBORO; - - nENN Oflle 'n ;ieri and: Maste e Office lip Sain In the court bouse -; ATTORNEY AT LAW. .IONESBOKO 0 w""""" - E.'N. KBiFIFDTJii. ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND COLEEOIING AGET JOXKSBOKO', - Tj-NIS ipcial attention given to Collectiii Oftlce one door est M b. ilaho ndcr Keens Galler Y . 1 A'nORfiEY AT LA EOOEllSVUXE, TEXX. ui oraeticein the Circuitand Chancery !artS Ot UWki'""" v WMtalnctoii counties, and in the bupreme And Federal Courts at Kuoxv...

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. — 3 February 1881

-y ' I 7 '( 0 -HERALD AMD TBIBDNE. W. p. BROVTNLOW EDITOR TBURSOAY FJ5BUARY 3, 1881. t Joe Hawley is the first senator ever tnt from Connecticut without a shade of opposition in his party; The Chicago Journal accounts for John Sherman's popularity in Ohio by the fact that he nerer assumes the role of . boss. . . Gov. Plaisted says in his ; message that the people of Maine are emigra ting because of the lave which per inea imprisonment for debt. - The latest , cabinet rumor is that Hamilton: Fish will haye a portfolio and serve to close the gap between , Garfield and the Urant people. The "Virginia Republican - state committee is to meet in Richmond on Tuesday,' February 8th, to consider, as the call says matters of vital im portance to the Republicans of the state. . . .. The Charleston News says that whenever tb whites and blacks in termingle in politics the occupation of some of the leading politicians will be gone. - The Memphis Appeal says that to - call Jefferson Davis a traito...

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. — 3 February 1881

J 4 4. J HERALD AMD TRIBUNE TttCRSPAT, FEBRUARY 3, 1881. A'gents and. Canvassers. 'Kirom vao to $30 per week Hum? geoas ror ti. KIDKOUT Co is oai-ciay atreec, Kew York. Send r lueir catalogue end terra. - The Voltaic Belt Col, Marshall, Mich., will send their tlebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to tha Afflicted upon 30 days trial. Spee dy cures guaranteed. They mean what they say. Write to them with- it delay. ; February 3rd. Gloomy weather, this. f County Court convenes Monday. r ' next The congregation of the M. E. Cliurch is without a pastor. Jonesboro merchants are having a very good trad' this week. Shooting . matches are again be- coming very popular in: this county ; Mr. T. B. Salts is covering the jail -with ft new tin roof.' Esqr. Win. ' Mullenix,' of Bristol, was in town last Monday. The public schools in the county hare about all closed. Hogs, dogs, cows and geese hare taken full possession of our town. ' Will Patton invites everybody to call on him and take a chance in his d...

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 February 1881

PLEASE tTOP MY WHAT? "Times ar hard" money is scarce, business dull, retrenchment is a duty " pleaje stop my" whisky? "Oh no; times are not hard enough , for that yet. But -there is something else inai costs me a large amount or mon ey erery year, which I wish to save. Please stop my" tobacco, cigars and r snuff? "No, no not these; but I must retrench somewhere; please stop mr "ribbons, jewels, ornaments an3 rinklets? Not at all; pride must be fosttrad. if times are erer so hard, but I believe I can see a way to ef- . xect quite a saving in another direc tion please stp my" tea, coffee and needles and unhealthy luxuries? ; No no" 'no; not thtsi. Ic nnot think . of such a sacrifice; but I must think of something else. Ah! I have it . now. My paper costs a few cents a week; I must save that. . Please stop .'my.' paper That will carry me through the panic easily. I believe : in retrenchment and economy, espec- , r cially in brains." - v, ! THE OLd'hOME- , "Pet,'' said the fond wife to ...

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 February 1881

: SR. . d Tribuiie. Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rignts to all Men, will secure Happiness to the People. VOL XIX ATT OSNEYS WHMAIWELL, chab. s. rossrx Maxwell & Dosser. attorneys and CQunsellors at Law , J8MESI3KB' - - " TEMMFSSEE T W. F. YOUNG, attorney At J-m -v. Johnson City. Tcnn. OJCc in, Ae City iciet. May 27 nd Solicitor ix Cdaucbbt, JONESBORO', - - -XEN!I Ofto 'n Clem and Maste-.Office up Stirs ia the court house . J. SROWIN. ATTORNEY AT LAW. And Snlicitor in Chancery, JONESBORO. - - Ut.NNfc&aifi. . H. G3UFFIT.ri. ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND COLEECTINQ AGE-JT. JOWESBOKO', - - - Tj-N iaaciil attention given to Collect -- i . l : I - ii C l ivti '.:f ATTORNEY AT LAW. ROUEKSVILLE, TEW. fil practice ia the Circuit nd Chancery m l ol Hawrkiufe, Orcene, Hancock and a,Uinjr ton counties, and in the Supreme nd federal Court at Knoxville Tenn. sp l i!3tt A. 3. PETT130NI. AKI CoUNCELLOB. lrneTilIe. - - - Teane Will practice in all the Court cf Up vr CastTnne8ee.aDd in .hf Suprpine in...

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 February 1881

HERALD MD TRIBDNE W. P WNLiO W! - EDITOR THURSDAY FKBKUAUY 10.1881. ' "Govendr Plaisted ' undertook-to ncpotize his son into his office as - "clerk, !b'yt hid council, seTen , to one. Raid hka nay. K : :- ' President Garfield "will retain the presidency of the literary " club at Washington to which he was elected o er a year ago. " Secretary ,. John Sherman's hand- "writing" puzzles even the printers. His face has lost its former look of 'care. He enjoy a good cigar.' I. Delegate Cannon's brother has ta ken for his third wife the niece of t'ne ,two wires he already had, and whose brother is the new wife's father. ' The CliavlestonNe'ws commends the southern celebration of the birthday of Robert E. Lee on the ground that he was grM than' Washington. ' Of thel02 Republicans in the Ne braska legislature, 67 were in the Un ion army, and 17 of the other 35 were under 13 when ihe wai began. Ben Lefevre, Democratic, congress man from, the Sidney, 0-, -district, ha secnrert 32 appointments,...

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 February 1881

HBHALD AND TRIBUNE TBUKSDAYT FEBRUARY 10, Ull. oaeiaU. -data. ft ' MViriHa 25 to $50 per week .lt , Brcl.y. Street. "e York. Send r . tkeir Catalogue ind terms. The Voltaic Belt no.. Marshall", MiA.Vwill 'send their eV.ebrated Electro-Voltaic Belts to the afflicted upon 30 days trial. Spee- j cures guaranteed. They mean wkat they say. Write to them with- at delay; February 10th. Hare you got a cold. Did you know it was muddy? "Wonder how' long before we can get a mesa of greens? Several horse buyers were in town last week. -. . A large crowd of people were in town last Monday. ' Horse swapping seems td .beihe order of the iay in Jonesboro.--Winfield S. Mitchell, of the Knox ""Tille Dispatch, paid us ..'pleasant call - 1Mb. yvxck. r TTr1 the MrMa TTall ' mnrHnra-r was sentenced last week by Judge Hacker to he hung Friday, April 1st. . It .takes .a about a four-horse team to pull a one-horse load over our reads now. John Allison Jr. and F. "W. Har ne.t'retarned from Nashville last wee...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 February 1881

JOSH BILLINGS' WISDOM Correctly Spelled from Hia New "Cook Book." The man who gets bit twice by the same dog is better adapted to that kind of business than any other. There is a great deal of religion in this .world that is like a preserver, only put on at the moment of imme diate danger and then half the time put on bindside before. Experience a school where a man learas what a big fool he has been. The man who doesn't beliere in any. hearafter has got a dreadful mean opinion of himself and his chances. . There are two kinds of fools in this world those who can't change their opinion and those who won't. A good doctor is a gentleman to whom we pay three dollars a visit for advising us to eat less and exercise more. A LOVER'S REVENGE. ' When James Lick, the California millionaire, was a young man he fell in love with a millers daughter in Pennsylvania. Young Lick faced the stern old miller and asked for the hand of his daughter. Now James was a poor young man, but honest, industrio...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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