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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 December 1881

Paperties, Toy Books, Poems, Bibles,rAlbums, Accordeons, Silverware, Jewelry and Toys, at S. H. ANDERSON'S ' o 1 J r i bune. Honesty ot Purpose and Equal Rights to all Men, will seoure Happiness to the People. vol xiri. JONESBOROUGH. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15 IRfil. NO. 0 ' H 1 I n u n i I It ' ATTORNEYS If H MilVTELL, CHA3. E. DOSSiB Maxwell & Dosser, MtoroeyifaiiJ Counsellors at Law, JONESBORO'- - TENNESSEE W. F. YOUiSC Attorney At JLuw. Johnson City. Tenn. Office n the City Hotel. May A. J. SitftWM. ,17TOKiVY AT LAW. And Solicitor in Chancery. ONKiStiOKO', - - TKNHESSK. E. H. QlllFIFBTirt. ATTORNEY AT LAW. AND COLEECTINO AGE-JT. JOXESBOKO', - - TKNiN BUSINESS CARDS. ESTABLISHED 1845. JOHN B. PARKER. GENERAL C0MMISSS10H MERCHANT 120 Market Streea, Wool, Feathers, Cotton, Firsk'm and other Peltries, Dried Frui!. vJitts.ng, Botanic Hoots, Beeswax and M.-iTliH-idio generally. J:inl-l.t .ti. Of Jonesboro TenD. WITH IIOVLIN, BRO S & GO. G It OC3EH S 10 mm mm Xo. 61, Main...

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 December 1881

1 tt- S.H. ANDERSON keeps Dry Goods, Notions, Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hat Caps,1 Saddlery; and Rubber Goods. ALD AID TRIBUNE. P. BROWNLOW EDITOR i. THURSDAY, liECEMUEH 15, 1881. "Cox'a circus," is the way some newspapers put it iu speakiug of the Ouiteau trial. Oen. Sherman's wife's mother nd Secretary Blaine's mother, are titters. Fred K. Frelinghysen has been appointed by President Arthur as Secretary of State, vice Mr. James G. Blaine. . The mourning drapery in the halls about the Chamber of Repre sentatives, Washington, has been removed. A new pen-green Wilton earpet has been laid on the floor of the Chamber. The New York Tiibuno says that the proposition for an Ant Bourbon movement iu Texas 6hows how rapidly the Solid South is crumb ling away. South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia and Texas willbe taking their places with Virginia in the "Anti" column before many years have passed away. The New York Tribune thus closes an article on the outlook in Ireland: "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. — 15 December 1881

itj A. Eve rything in the lineof utnas Trixs at S. H. Anderson's. Presents for the old and young. fe Go and see tli?in. &150O nor venr can orhIIv he made At Lome workinc (or E. G. Hideout & Co., 10 Barclav Streot. New York. Bend for heir catalogue nd full particular! ' CARD- To all who are puttering lrom theer rora mil Indiscretion i f youth, nervous weakius? ,-u: !y (Uv.tv, hm of manhood tc. 1 will 'ii'l ; recipe t.iat will euro yu, FKEIi OK CHARGE. Thin great remedy was dUoovered by a missionary in South America. Send a self-address d envelope to tho Rev.Jos ,T. lumnan Station D. New York City 0y "V.vfv, 3ia vvi. "We will send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Elec tro-Voltalc Helta and other Electric Appli ances on trial for thirty days to young men and older persons who are afflicted with Nervous Debility, Lost Vitality, etc., guar anteelug speedy relief and complete res toration of vigor and manhood. Also for Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Paralysis, Liver and Kidney difficulties, Ruptures,...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 December 1881

l'-nnoyVanonUoquot Holders, Moustach Cups and Saucers, Tea Sets, Chamber Sets & XM m -t r -ii i ii !' "i ' ' 3 """ - . AGRICULTURAL, i am MiJies MfAT. I (, fiMl, Utfn friiiffiip, a lnrtffl tMltfltl-ftf OrA lf f pritltitl, III mIM hr mi hiuUr, hIkmiI, fhrr Mm If. ifllUn pUH.rt( k lit ilia li'juif Miiil it flu fought t I, Wiah it M rh'ip if, hi,, 1 'f, f"'t H I" put wittfw1 l ot, Nriirirf nf flln, a pound u(rntfnnn, U!f pound if citron, ft Kftnl of lMrKf1 nppte( rt M)iiiid ft ,rfr1 cluiKMiir.il, nlhipln and rl.HMipnriiitftj'i . pint i,f hruy ti lln inincA ttiriit, which fruit lw Ihm-V. don tljlit In a stone or fftrthrin Jnf, WIimjoii mske np fmir plrMdil frt fvery five KMinds of fhrolnr mr.it quart snd a pint of rl.Ur IhUh enough for lht jHfft. If jou require more Irftwd,' It mnst U added at the Urn nf bnklnjr. Tho elder must not t put Into t in mince meat Jnr, m U nonU sk the whole quan tify. Thl receipt makes a very rich mlnre meat. Tor the ordinary mince Ritnt, take thrco pound...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 November 1882

W.... Tim '- - ; 1 o.t;: jovn ."w ... ." and Equal' Rights tt. all will . Vec4 jppl . yffi-'?f Honesty of Fnrpose 'eyLif y svj JONESEOROUGa. TENNESSEE.- ijjjlEEBgi NUMBER 5! VOLUME XHI Orz. ft i v' i i SMALL HMCI 1 Shall! the Authors of the Fearful Atrooito -mitted on the Union Men of East -Taring 1 Again Rule the State and HANGING FOR FOUR DAYS. . f : ; Fry and ffensie, hung at CJreeoevsile by a Georgia Rebel Court Martial, and left swinging in the wind and rain for ;-Tsr -.four days.'""-; " Shall the Warning ' of the. SorrowfuV be Unheeded When Its Men of State Rie-hts, Masked as "State Equiti Raising Its' Disloyal Head, And Southern Rights, Disguised as Trade," Threatening the Union. Free What they Could Not Destroy by Force They Are How Attacking with Practice and Theory Which bring Decay. via. 4f jiSk ';--:--- i-iVJ w '-" : r'i The Dying Patriot Madison Catc, .expiring .amid the horrors of a Rebel Prison, is allowed oiJy twenty minutes in - which to take a ?ast farewell of his ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 November 1882

, . . , : , : " . ; .. v T" " I . ' ; X ... i 1 1 ' --' - " imtmalammmmm ,, nil mi i mmmwmtmmmmmmmmmmmmnmnmmmmmmmnmmmnmmmwmnmmmnwwmmmnmmmnm WHOLESALE TRADE. Wm AND TRIBONE. -O- yy. p. browtjt,qw. editor REPUBLIC AN NOMINEE S. .For Governor, HON. ilLYIH HAWKINS, of Carroll For Congress, HON. A. H. PETTIBONE, 0 Greene For State Senate 1st Dist. JOHN IL-8IMERLY, , c Carter. . .For Floater, W. 3. BACHMAN, ? Sullivan. For Representative, HON. J AS. A. WEST. TREASON ! SOUTH CAROLINA DEFIN ING TREASON. 'I tell yon that lie who is not with ns, with the Democratic party, is a traitor to Lis State." Wutle JIimj ion, October 12, 1882. APPOINTMENTS, A CONGRESSMAN WHO LOOKS AFTER HiS PEOPLE'S SHARE OF THE - - OFFICES. KA1TY OSTAETED AND MANY MOSS .TO EE SSCU2ED. - m Maj. Pettibone's influence with the Administration and the Heads of Departments is in no way Letter illustrated than the appointments be has secured' and the pensions he has obtained. When he went to Washington after his election in ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 November 1882

HERALD AHD 1WM ftlSOO per year eaa easily be aJe at borne working tor K. O. Rldeont Jfc io. 10 Barclay Street, Hew York.- Bead for heir catalogue and full particulars. 0a to W. D. BiddU for y jur Dry Goods and Grocer ies. IN DANGER! TKE tZZiriT.m CT THE COQNTKT Mrtisr' AT TKE fKCXPfCT aiZ-Am AXCIXSENCY. TL1 CT XSXSC1AXX3 LE3IS Asa TsysATnrcara tat,33. . ' DEIIOCUACT. .---.-" . ; -"The Secretary of the Treasury of the" United State asserts in a public letter , that . the Democratic vic tory ia 1jv has already- caused a visible' shrinkage in th" roliime- of bnihesa to tLeextentti.rU,OOa,0(0 " Tly- st;ntfn$, mtair ;forma- It f.,ii;c"'M a fitsfe of politic ap- prehension. whifch,-hoold the Dera V ocrats ..gain" control of Congress ; "mig'at precipimie one - ui me great ' est financial pflica ever known in this country. "."; The condition of. the. country is anomalous. There ii more available ' mosey in circulation now than ever . . . 1 It, - 1 before in oar history. Our currency ' . t '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 November 1882

- r iv "7 i.T.iil!!! L n : ; 1 I 1 a - i. '- Cuair rra.tn or IliO- Uemjcrttic Executive Committer of tWrirst Congfo'sKiiKf district "of Teanfetfe, having taef the underHign d at Greenville, , Ten,n.,, .feeptember Jrtb 1882, fop the pprposeof arranring a list of kpp6intinent3for the Kepub-j lican Democratic candidates for Congr-iiti,"a'nd paving decliue-l to agree to a lLt of appointments for joint diap. Cussifl.i-tveen Hon. A. II. Ptttibone and Hon. It. X. T.ylor, nominees of theirj;eepi2ctive parties, unites the un dersigned Tould agree to a "division of time with any. -other candiilato .lliiit might ask for it, tbi3 is fr-fpw notire that Hon A. H L'tibonrt will eneaV at the following times and places, and nil dmda time" with Hon. R. "Li. Tartar tbefnomuiee of the Democratic partjwbo ia oordiiJly invited to meet Itfgersville, Monday September 25.- JKyle RjFord-VVodnesdiiy, Sept, 27, Sneedville.Thrtrsday, September 28, Yellow Store, Friday, September 29. Tazewell, Saturday, beptembe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 March 1883

1 1 " - Honesty of Purpose and Equal Rights to aU Men, will secure.. Happiness to the People. : .. .... .. t -i- - -iribiiiie. t 1 .o L. 0? . VOLUME XIV. irfolk fsslsa . liil M Time Taolo in effect Nov. Srrl, 1862 : iesW Daief" No. 1. Mo. 2 WasWiiftoa Tims ioo. L've Norfolk 12 2a p m Suffolk VH .7 Ait Petersburg 3 35 L've Petersburg 3 50 " Burkeville 611 " " Farmville G 56 " A.rV Lynchburg .... 9 00 " L've Lynchburg 930 " 2 40 p ra Liberty....?. 10 0 " 3 33pm " Roanoke 1315 " 4 30pm ' Christiansburg 133 a m 6 00 p m wti.ovillo 3 22 " 8 05 Din " Marion 426 " 9 06pm " Abingdon 5 33 " 10 14 pm Afv Bristol 60;) " 10 45 p m CONNECTIONS. At Petersburg, with II &P It K for Rich mond aud points ouC&O Ry, Fredricks burg, Washington. Baltimore and the North and East. Through Pullman Car from Petersburg to New York. Solid trains Pete -sburg to Washington. "-. At Burkville, with 11 & D It R 3or the South. 1c ' , At Lynchburg, with Va Mid R R to and from the South "and North, and' wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 March 1883

HERALD AND TRIBUNE W. F.BROWrNLOW, EDITOR THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1883. On last S.iturd ay Polk's bond was reduced to $20,000, which he at once gave and was released from cus tody. This is about the last that will be heard of this infamous rob bery. If some poor devil had stole a sack of of flour at the same time that Polk was robbing the State of thousands of dollars, he would now be serving a term in the penitenti ary Unless something very serious aud wholly unexpected should hap pen, there is no good reason why the president should call a special session of the new congress, or why he should summon the senate for an executive session. Neither the condition of public, affairs nor of the public business demands one or the other. . We think the best service that the Democratic party can do the country will be to break up the stealing going on among themselves; we know that this will be hard to do; it is always hard to break off from the habits of a lifetime, but if they will just practic...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 March 1883

fiERii B AND TRIBUNE 851 GOO per year can easily be Je At home working for E. G. Rideout & o. 10 Barclay Street, New York. Send for heir catalogue and full particulars. ON THIRTY DAYS' TRIAL. Thk Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich., rill send Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro. Voltaic Belts and "Electric Appliances on rial for thirty days to men(young or old) who are ' afflicted with nervous debility, ost vitality and kindred troubles, guaran teeing speedy and complete restoration of wealth and manly vigor. Address as above. N. B. No risk is inourred, as thirty days' trial is allowed. - A Card. To all who are suffering from the errors and indiscretions of vouth. nervous weak ness, early decay, loss f manhood, &. I will send a. recipe that will cure you FREE OF CHARGE This great remedy was discovered by a missionary in South America. Send self-addressed envelope to the Rev. Joseph T. Inman, station I. New York City. Just Received ! . . i. 4,000 pounds of Coffees. 6 Od& pounds ' ...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 March 1883

u.ij.jj-u,4.mu.iiXiij,3-Jj.JU-iuum SPLINTERS. New York is guarded by 1,707 po licemen. I an i - The Cii'.ifornia legislature has passed an auti-railroad bill. The congressional library contains 040,076 books and pamphlets. Irish residents of Connecticut have contributed 812,000 to the -Land League fund. JayGould is to travel for his health, Vanderbilt, Keene and Sage should do likewise A society for the total separation of Ireland from England has been formed in Chicago. Arkansas has 1,286 school build ings, 129 of which were erected in 1S82. - . Alexander II. Stephens is seventy one years old and weighs seventy one pounds. . A bill to prevent the killing of quails during th( next two years, is pending in the Missouri legislature The largest snowfall in the United States, duriue the month of Novem ber, wais at Summit, California, the deptubeing thirty-nine and a half inches. Harrisburg has been selected as the place and August as the time for tl e meeting of tua Pennsylvania dem ocr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 September 1883

. " - - 0 ;V i - convention, of coU ; comes off in Iiouis- ilid onl -ith. Thank God!, the wheat crop is it nificent on. The com crop is a fizzle. -Dingsdong it all I wmmmmmmtmmmmtmtmamm ' Happy Tennessee! No politics "jthia year. Unhappy Ohio! Politics as usual. Confound- politics and i politicians, any way. j Ed. S, Joxes is the name of the Idarinff man who sends us the first jiamber of the Mountain Eagle tixoni Tracy City, Tenn. Jones, 5 acre's to jou! A career of honest elicit' L-labor and equally honest stars Tvation is' before you. May yo prosper is our wish. The banks and the Treasury Qtticials of the government don't like the new postal notes. AH the same the people will find them a threat convenience and the gentle- neu in private life and in public -f-stalion who have a mistaken idea 4'tliat they own the country will have : jto knock under to the humble but convenient P. N. The people are JjsiiJJ a power in this country. ff . f jSoiE Deruocratio patriots in aniiltou county,...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 September 1883

- , "m's THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 18S3 A sensible Virginia politician of the Democratic persuasion, ins l'orras a ieporter of the J,Iiltimcie Sun that the talk about the Presi dent going back on Mahone is all bosli-which it was at the begins ning. Mahone may Le of no sub stantial benefit to tho Kepublican party in the ml that is, he may not carry Virginia for tho ltepnb lican ticket next year but if any one other than a crazy Democratic politician with his cyestecth uncut can show any good reason why President Arthur shoul j remove a thorn from the Democratic side t hen we shall make up our mind to listen to those periodical stories about the president "going back on Mahone." They spring from the im agination of those with whom the wish is daddy to the thought. I'rxDixa under the 303 act docs not progress very- satisfactorily. Part ies liolding debt-proper bonds, which are to be funded at par, come up very rapidly, and others don't hesitate to file bonds to l.o 'classi-. fied by the fu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 September 1883

r v. HERALD AND TRIBUNE, JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13; 1883, V v. w wuia and tBw&mu H. V. SEVIER, Lessee. . W. P. BROWNLOW, H.y. S'.VIER President. Secretar j nm i mim mms com (.Organized under the laws of Tennessee) PltOI'KIETOlta JONESBORO' HERALD AND TRIEUNE. Terms of Subscription: Onk Year '. $1.50 Six Montus . .73 Tiikee Months, 40 .Single Cory, tit Otllcc or by Mail,. .05 A ix Subscriptions due iu advance All papers stopped at expiration of time paid for. . No charge where persons arc supplied with the paper without having or dered the same. Liberal Cli-b Uatks made known on application. FARMERS ho are Interested In " Growing Crops cheaply and successfully should write tor our pamphlet on pure fertilizers, pood fertilizer can he made ' at home for shout $ 1 2 a ton hy composting with POWELt 'S PREPARED CHEMICALS. References in Every State. BR0WN CHEMICAL" CO. Manufacturers of Powell's" Tip-Top Bone Fertilizer; Bong, Potash. Ammonia, Ac. IS I.IOHT ST RE FT, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 September 1883

J- I. . ' HERALD AND TRIBUNE, JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1883. TPIURSDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1883 c BIIAX, chop, bacon, flour, meal, &c, at . . Fink & Broyles. C AL1L1 and sec an elegant line of cloth" ing at .Dosser & Co. - L.L tlic latest styles of Dress Goods just received at Wosser & Co M acliine.oil for sale by Jolin S. Math.es BUT Darby's Candies from John S. ilathes. AIILUVfor tale, 'at "W". D. Uiddle's. JJOX'T FKI3EZI2. But go to W. E. Msi'thes, the regular Coal agelit and buy your witters supply of coal. A liK YOU INSUKBD? No! did you say? then go at once to W. E. Mathes and take out a policy on your properly and be happy. JJvictl fruit Wanted for Cash by W G Matium- (loll'ee, Sugar, . JKico, Mackerel, OaU J Meal, Syrup and Canned Goods. Very cheap at Fink fc Broyles. CALL on John S. Mathca for School Books and Stationery. GOOI L1QUOHS and WINBS at the Old Kcliablc Eagle Saloon. DOSSER & CO. w ant a car load of clean, dry peach stones for whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 September 1883

7 - IT -Sit i .83 i -I! uCin?Z C .A. O 0 S tI VERSiTY-?OP TENN- HESSEE. - , ,BySulypararapbing 6ur;6pinJ ion aboattheXJiiivorBity of Tennes-. Bee, at6organizedldst'efc,e "a"1fidWo1ting more 'space"-6 politics tlosrweefctban our -readerr iUi be able to y digest-itU.out weakening their stomachAs H s;Ihc: Chronicle: shed ;bole-colT aiiid 'of efeats (genu i e arocodilii) over our depTayity And'pTjot'otrey: erenco. vSe" the ritnn"as"wa8 natural !weni fintoi violent jiijsterw 2 r ;jes, ancditprially Informed its lea " : 'fters that the radical nevrepa'pers of EastTennessea have al ways-shown. awbittcr.ho?tjlity to the Untrersitji , joLTpnuessce,'; and that there- - wag "malevolent' ana -laise. f"T: . v'SjAVA 'tate. too. much re8pet0o.r venerable womanhood to rcpTy-'TO tho Tribauo in "Fintl,"5" and wilt pa8s.tbo!flmUerlbvexoWith,'fh.e 'Almii'obs.elVatip .that,. Its- editor is either atLM! -aliart-or he -would jiot have invade such ..an assertion iu " 'T; Rk i,'A1r.i'j.k tf'CAi'i W notoriou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 September 1883

.si- , V i - '-' : TVV: iai-- ' .f .T 2- - r" .v.. 0.' THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 27 18S3 'THE BIGGEST FRAUD." ' The bluest fraud now perpetrated upon the Government is tcepon3ion swindle. Millions of dollars are paid out of the treasury , every year to healthy able-bodied imfin.who ' claim to bo suffering iron iinjnrics received or diseases contracted in the eervice. Millions of dollars are paid to widows whosa alleged- ims . bands'never emel gunpowder on a battlefield. "And the end; is-not yet. Althongb nearly twenty-years havo elapsed sines the close of the war, the crop c naw pension ciann ants seens to be as larg3 aa . ever. There are no less than iCOOO aitor neys, agents, cl2tit3 &nd employees engaged in dramming up claim? of this kind. There are many worthy pensioners, but tha army of frandn lent pensioners shonld te . driven away from the treascry . The people who pay tho taze3 are interested in this bnsinsss, and ther3 shonld yi a popular demand for tha publica tion of a list o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 September 1883

0: H. V. SEVIER, Lessee. W. P. BROWNLOW, H.V. SEVIER President. Seonttrj ism & wsm mm msm (Organized under the laws of Tennessee) FB0PB1BT0BS " JONESBORO' HERALD AND TRIBUNE. . Terms of Subscription: Okk Ykab, ; $L50 Six Montus, .75 Three Months, 40 SiNOLsCory, at Ofllco or by Mail,. .05 All Subscriptions due in advance. Am. naiMrs nf nnrwil nt pi-mnit.inn of time x - i 1 1 - -"I' paid for. No charge where persons are supplied with the paper without having or dered the same. ' Liberal Club Hates mado known on ' application. m m 'wo w IntarHd In H Growing Crops t . i i fh.fi. hOUlWrftajiaOrmrjamghl 'iW POWELL'S PREPARED CMEWIOL1.' '8hwwi In Erery State. 1BR0WN CHEBHCACCO. I Manufacturer of ' , iPoweyrTtp-Top Bone 'Fertilizer; .Bone, Potash, Ammonia, ftp. 18 LI6HT STREET. BALTIMORE, MP. ' Special agents II - 0. Rkminb & Sox., Limestone, Ten "To elalm?t9 Btmrk for Sajiabi? tax NasTi,' I sarsaslcctic."now ' can one medicine ba 1 a specific for Kj1 I lepsy, Pjagrpala,' Aleakallam...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 September 1883

JJAH -- GERALD AND TRlBUNE, JONESB(iiyB HUELSDA V -..-,i,:-s a --iM 'iorrrelcS j - , .... ' -- -! t V "I i . (T!f . . 7 v.. . . ... - T1IUU3DAY SEPTEMBER 271SS3 J Wstol Fair Jag L'JLI the "late . lust received u-36veral Jouesboroitc3 Attended fc. weekf .Jbey oct feac(Jes3 1 fr J epofcis mHu TJincoTr Itireene Sullivan, Carter, Johnson an tii(fi7tgr couCTy v.i! our Pair next week W". -P. Brownlow. starfteafor onsiness trio. aaui r-J - i 1 ATJL aud see u.,elee-apt lino of clot h, J -A" f rttWne oil fori skeby.K Jauftocfif itlMathes BUY Iarby's s,' Carter Uepot,- jonnsou' t-iry Ticf Flats," i nd jonesboro.... Ityou want the best Fer ilizcrs call pa or address jf , yj tfohnfeon CJty Tjmjfr Ion theelecant front in .gold! 'eani4 DON'T FKCEZE Hut " in w; 13: Mallies.' tfio regular Cal , agent ana buy your winters PRy Kl 1, . A UK YOU ISSUJil31V,Vc. No! did. vou say? then go at wee to"W E. Mathcs anil take out a pojiCjuoAjyO-W property and be happy, A y,. Wanted for Gash by W O Matoes- . ......

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