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

?t - f - i .A .MS ! The Arrest of Charged with Selling too ME IS RELEASED Xlxo Excitement OontiKWM, And tbe People are - Rnshlug to hirfStorto set BARGAINS Dry Good, Drcn Gtosjda, flatten, Jewelry, Boots and Shoes Grooerlea nd Clothing AXiMOST GIVEiy AWAY ! STOVES AND TINWABE! Kaia Street, One Door !PiAiuwARDnoVeBIHAisTO JonesTDoro, - - Are now prepared to lar and near trith. T O OF ALL E.IHD3, GRADES ANB PBICES, WE nAVE 090 SECURED THE 6BBYI0E8 OF m. JOKH SALTO, MVWSK-' rtollee all tyl? and kinds of OF BEST QUAllTT 133 AT.BCTTCS3 BRIBES. ALL VORK FBLLLY HARBSBTEO. ROOFING AN D SHEET IROW WORK A SPECIALTY ' A, BOOTS A Fresh ai uplift SfQ&EoflBW, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE-STUFFS, COMBS, BliUSlIES, FINE SOAPST, BTAION EltY, JEWELRY, ETC, ETC. FINE LIQUORS, TQBfl0G08';AIlD GIGAR "l,ll-iclnnB, Precrlptlona impiaiy pdq Acwurwgci ;--iri T , ,, , , . A REI? 6I10CEB! UB FJflflMlM JT7BT OFEITED ISJOWQBBOHO. , j:. ZMZ. CTOIETSOIESr . m the room formerly ootopted fey J. J- Ha...

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. — 8 November 1883

(J 'A HERALD AND TRIBUNE, JONESBORQ, TENNESSEE THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8,1883 SxtxM ami iSixihxu THURSDAY NOVEMBER 8 l.f83 f Butler and Kelly start their new party next year poor old man Tilden will again bo in declining health, to suit the occasion: If the democrats try Tilden and Hendricks next year and get bes tenr four years after they will come up with Hancock and English that 19, if they come up at all which is extremely doubtful. The New York Sun tliiuks Ran dall will be elected Speaker. Of course he will be elected. When the democrats quit being afraid of themselves they will quit electing Randall Speaker not before. The first arrest under the civil service fraud occurred in the post office at "Washington last week. A. clerk was arrested charged' with soliciting contributions for politi cal pdrposes from persons in Gov 'ernment employ. The maximum or line and imprisonment is $300 and three years. EVEiJY now and then a demo cratic politician turns np with the declaration that his s...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 November 1883

p 1 !'" HERALD AND TRIBUNE, JONESBORO, TENNSSEE, THURSDAY NOVEMBERS, 1883. 1 - caW mid Sn&mic DKVOTKll TO THE ALMIGHTY DOIJ..VK. 81.50 a Year, Spot Casli. -xiiui-ib uavon ana way left Friday for Louisville. - Quorum court was iu session Monday. 500 Dozen Live Partridges wan' leu lor cash. V G Mather Fresh pork is come into town. begiunincr to North Carolina begun to coino into town George lirown lias returned to Carter county. Brtns all kinds of PRODUCE t S- II. AXDKKSOX- Diphtheria is raging over the count v. The Planter's House is for sale C. ji. Sevier in town 3! outlay of Bristol, was 20 fat heifers wanted - AV.- G. Matheo A new show-case at W Piddle's tilled with line cigars. 1). Mis. Hacker, is visiting her son of Greencville, Jut ere llacker. ' Thanksgiving the 23th of month. tlSj ' : 1 2f. Jonlau, of Kotlrerwood, was iu town Tuesday. Uenry Miller, of Philadelphia, was in town Tuesday. A frosli ol of fine groceries just rocened and will be sold cheap at Fink & IJkoylk...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 November 1883

t if I Ll Iss S TORPID BOWELS, DISORSEIiSD LIVER, ; and 1 From t'ucsa sources r.rise three-fourths ot the Uidoaacs or tlio Luiup.ii toco. Xlieao symptom ir.Iicalo ifccLrasietence: Ixisa of Appii!.r, JBorrcIs costive, tlfk llsad acba, fullness after eetlissr, veTton to exartlon of Jiod y or xnlnd, ZCmctaUoni or food, IrritJ,U!4y of lfra(icr, lw spirits, A telins; of Jif.Tlnq: neglected fum tlty, IMzr.lnsts, ianttrieig at tho aeart,lot beforotbc yri. Jslsnly eol sra T.rlne, COtfSTIPATJOrV anj clo fflinatKaiaa ofremoUy tbt acts 3!re.et!y oatlwMvcr. Asal-iver TneJieiiio TTTT'S Tn J.Ui liave no cjnn!. . TheivRclioncntbo Iviilncyw nnd Skin is also jironipt; reixiOTir.ir fcll i--iipurit.'n;3 tiironscli tiicso ti:reo " seav "ttr of th -is,' producing 8 T pe tite., sonnil dijfBStion, regular sTwln, a clear elun anU a viperous bod v. 1TTX:9 PHXS cjiua n nausea or jrHnl'-.sr jor interfere tvilb dallr work find arc a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MAI.ARIA. I HE tlKK A. xJ.W H A ft, 'i.hftvo lial Dynpcps'...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 November 1883

i. V i ;.'' TO, ARMS ! Tie Arrest &&H. Anderson! Charged -with'Mlink toQGlieap HE IS RELEASED . Tlao Excitemosat Contijme3, Aad'tlie.. People 'are Kiasliiiig to his Store to got BARGAINS, -vv Dry Gooli, DroM Goods, Motions, Jewelry, Boots and SU003 Groosries and Clothing: " - . . . ALMOST GWSII WAY '! ' - rZ STOV ! W q -a m (SL-CCKSSOllS TO JA8. A. I-OYD & CO.) .Main Street One M"'M '" of Josser's Co. ' - - . -. . ; " " ' ' . (HAKDWAUD IIOL-SJ:, MAIN OTItfeET, OITOSrTE SEV ri:F-.KIJYTKi;lA ClllitCil. - Jonestown ' - - : - .. Tennessee. .Are now' proi:-rreci tp'liirnirflr-tn -.V-ooplo -iay and near -.villi ! .;- ;r ca'--vT,-.r"'Y:'. OF ALL KINDS, GRADES ANB BRICES. WE IIAVK ALSO SKCU11ED TUB MR. 'JOHN SALTS, notice all si vit-s ;tiiu Kiiiun 'i - . :. - znO? I Iff - "W J -E Sr v 0? BFST QUALITY ASD AT B0TT0?.1 PRICES. " ALL . MM. FBLi.LY-1: WABBIMTEJL. ROOFING AN D SHEET I JAMBS '"'A. MAIN' STKEET, A Tresli ai Coilete-I MEDICINES, PAINTS, 01, YA;iNISnES,-.DYE-STUFFS, COMBS...

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 November 1883

-HERALD. AND TR 1 RUNE. TONESBORO. TENNESSEETjHURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 15, 1883. !fr v rf v .mm -anti wiuuu? TIiriiDlVY NOVEMBER, 15, 18S3. A 3TUMBEI1 of eminent demo cratic statesmen have gotten Into trouble in Missouri. There is lit tle danger, however, of tlieni get ting into the penitentiary. ; Ay exchange says the annual rcMmrori of the Mexican veterans will come off at Washington De cember Gp and S.. . Doubtless the place was chosen with a view to iuffnenciug legislation in favor of pensioning f the 'Mexican, eis. They should be pensioned. A.pjLEAs AXT duty tuat we have neglected, along with many other ma' Iters of like character, for some weeks past is the expression of our regard for' The Southern Lumber man, published semi-monthly at Xashvillo, A: E. Baird in 6harge. As-'. :;' periodical of the ''class" spedies it. ' is of exceptional . liter, ary merit and should be re;.d by e-ver-- man ; interested either in lumber or the growth and cultiva tion of timber. $2 a year. - I-tTOie ...

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 November 1883

. - - P f t DEVOTED TO THE ALMIGHTY BOULife. 31.50 a'Year, Spot Cash-S Turuips are in demand Fires are comfortable. , v ,. Bring all kinds of PRODUCE to $t '1 ;,;r S. H. Anderson Pork is plentiful nt 10 cent?. Mrs. Hacker has returned to Greencvillo; : The. Baltimore cattle market reported in ibis issue." ' "' " 500 Dozen Live Partridges wan ted lor ca sh. W. G . M athest. - Mr. David Sevier, of Kings port was in toyrn Tuesday; 1 Mr. , Phillip Booth started to Knokville yesterday morning on his annaul visit. .. Where are goinr? To May & Patton to buy my goods at ROCK BOTTOM prices. W. H- Cox returned from a business trip in North Carolina on' ast Friday. , . v v . Rnbber Boots and Arctic, Over shoes at ,. DOSSElt & McCALL. ' Last Saturday was Martin Lather's birthday. Miss Adelia Crorich.has been indisposed for tho past few days. Tho tin roof, is .being put..on Mathes' bpn8eX'A--CC : "-ronv-wfttW-Tin oyercoat r s'rfiVof CLOTHES for' y onr boy? If so ra'l at . ''x ... Dosser ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 November 1883

TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, and MALARIA. FromT ueao sources aviso three-fonrtha of . tbe tltacascs of tlio human race, These symptoms iixli cut o Uicirexictence:Iof Appetite, llowels costive, Siclc Head. aclutfaUncM after eating, aversion to exertion ot body or wind, EinctaUoa of food, Irritability or -temper, Low spirits, A reeling or having neglected some duty, Iiuess, 1'Inttcrlng at the Heart, Dots before the eyes, highly col ored Urine, COASTIPATlOiV, and de mand thonso of ai-enioly that acts directly ?.1 '-ivcr- -A3 aUwr medicrnTnrBTT'S liavono equal. Their action on the ili i ey9!mlSkin is also prompt; removing au impurities throutrli these three M kt 5 :gers or the system," producing appe tite, sonnd digestion, regular stools, a clear 8kla and a vigorous body. TUXX'S PIXU9 canse no nausea or griping nor interfere "With dally work and arc a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA. , HE FEELS LIKE A. SEW MAW." "I nave had Dyspepsia, -with. Constipa tion, two years, aud hnvc tried ten ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 November 1883

TV-1 v t- I' I- V TO ARMS ! . The Arrest of Charged with Soiling too Cheap HE IS 'RELEASED i Tlie Excitement Continues, And tlie People are Rusliing; to his Store to gex,isjxi.xjxi.i o. Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Jewelry, Boots v IliZand Slioe3 Groceries and Clothing ALMOST GIVEN- AWAY ! HABDWABE. STOVES AND TIN W ABE ! n It C 7U Id 0 Eft (SUCCESSORS TO JAS. A. liOYO & CO.) - Main Street One Door East or Dosser & Co. (UAKDWAKD HOC6E, MAIN STREET, OPPOSIl Jfi SEW 111 ESU VTE I i I A N CHUKCII. .kre now prepared to Irurnish. the IPeople far . and near witli S 'T V E S OF ALL KINDS, GRADES AND PRICES, ! : WE HAVE ALSO SECURED THE SKltVICES OF, MR. JOHN SALTS, 5SaK&! notice nil styles and kiliils or T X IT "W -A- E OF BEST QUALITY AND AT BOTTOM PRICES. ALL WORK FULLLY WARRANTED. ROO FING AM D SHEET IRON WORK A SPECIALTY JAMBS A. BOYB '&.CQ., MAIX STREET, JONESBORO, TENN. A Fresii and GoniDlete Stock of Drugs, MEDICINES, PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES, DYE-STUFFS, COMBS, B...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 November 1883

s v. ttu& .Kitd nbuuc THURSDAY NOVEMBER, 23, 1883. Advice to temperance states' men: Go West, young man: go to Ohio. "Pulverize the Liqnov Tower ' is the new temperance warcry. 'Bast the Temperauzer's Snoot,' will probably be the return vol ley. The editorial columns of the Clarksville Democrat contain many able arguments for national am to the education of the poor white trash of the South. We may say, in passing, that the Democrat is not in favor of national aid. The Nashville American hv meuts the decadence of conviction and the rarity of men of positive politics among toaders. Col. Col yar still survives, however, and wouldn't decline. A. distinguished Tennessee statesman, name unknown, writes the Nashville World that as. be tween the'old ticket' and any possi ble substitute he is for the mummy in the capitol at Nashville. Is this a Bate boom for the presidency ? s Tallage rises to remark that religion and business should stand hand in hand behind the counter. Quit evidently...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 November 1883

V A gStwiM audi Itifettttj UEVOTED TO THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR. S1.5Q a. Year, Spot Cash. 'r. Jacob Brojles has moved to town. ' Xext Thursday is thenksgiv. ing. --R. L. Taylor was in town Tuesday. H. F. Bailey of JS'ola Chucky as in town Monday. -13. E. IIoss spent Saturday ' auil Sunday in town. V -T. YT. Grills went down to . Knoxville Saturday. ;f Mrs. Chas. J. llcClung died at her home at Knoxrilfe Sunday. -Chancery court convenes next ilonday. A. B. Carr, of Bristol, was in town Sunday. --Judge Kirkpatrlck is at home foi a month's rest. -David Sevier passed through ' town Monday ou his way home. acobEdilm is bark from a trip to Austin's Mills. --Tuo3jpsies have again made their appearauce. . -G. W. Tompkins, of Unicoi - county, was iu town Tuesday. --The trains are again running through town at a tapid speed. " , The U. S, Geological survey ' ing party are in camps about two miles from town. -4The wife of Martin TJrorn, colored, is very low at -her tome in this place. O. F. Dilhvor...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 November 1883

sa TORPEB BOWELS, DISGRDiSFSED LIVER, and MALARIA: 1 From those som-eus armo three-fonrt ha of the iliijoasL'3 of tiio - liumiin nice. These symptoms iii tliciuo their existence :Ia. of .Anpetite, Uoivelj costive, Sick Ileid . aciie, fttlltjons alter eating, aversion to exertion oT body or mind, J2ractattoi of food, Irritability of temper, low spirits, A feeling of having neglected " some dnty, IMiZiiiess, i'lrattevlng at tlie ' Heart, Dots lielorc the eyes, highly col ored Urine, CUXSTIPATiOar, and de mand the usa of a rpniedy thnt nets direct y on the r jver. AaaLivur medicine TOTTS VI IUS have no equs 1. Tlioir action on the Kidneys and Sliin is also prompt; removing all impurities tiirousli tiieso tliree " aca-r-cngcra of tlie system," producing nppe tilo, sound digestion, rrlnr Mools, a clear ekinand a vifjorons body. TITT'fc PIUS oame no nausea or griping nor Interfere v-iih daily work and arc a perfect Afl Tib PTE TO K5ALARIA. - US FEEIS A jJEW MAW. ' toe had Dyspepsia, with ...

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. — 29 November 1883

: i TO ARMS! The Arrest of Charged with Selling too Cheap HE IS RELEASED Tlie Excitement Cotinttes, And the People are Rushing to his'Store to get BARGAINS. Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Jewelry; Boots and Shoes Groceries and Clothing ALMOST GIVEN AWAY! STOVES AND TINWARE! An il.U (SUCCKfS0IlS TO JAfl. A. BOYD 4 CO.) Main 1 Street, One Door East of Dosser & Co. (HAKDWAUD IIOCSE, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE NEW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Jonesteo, - - - - Tennessee. Ere now prepared to Furnish the people far and near with. ' ...... S T O "V E S V0F ALL KINDS, GRADES AND PRICES, WE HAVE ALSO SECURED THE SEK VICES OF MR J OHN SALTS, M&WSSU5STa' vJSSiiKt les and kinds of notice nil stj - -rp i 3nT - "W .A- IR E3 Jlf BEST QUALITY AN DAT BOTTOM PRICES. ALL WORK FULLLY VARREHTED. ROOFING AN D SHEET IRON WORK A SPECIALTY JAMES A. BOYD fc CO., iLUN STREET, JO-ESliOHO,TEXK. A Fresli anfl Complete Stock of Drugs, MEDICINES, FAINTS, OILSV, RNISHES, DYE-STUFFS, COMBS, . . ' CRUSHES, FINE SOAPST. ...

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. — 29 November 1883

W. P. BROWNLOW, H.V.SEVIER. President Ssct'y QtxM. and Unlmne Ci'cmpiijjjj ! PROPKIETOKS. ' H. V.- SEVIER, EDITOR AND LESSEE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER, 29, 1883. The free traders England. must go to A condemned Missouri murderer escaped from jail one uight recently. l robablv cheaner than buyiu" a pardon. The Nashville American con f esses that it is inclined to look into the small end of the democrat ic horn at present. Wabtrace wants a woolen mill. Nothing easier. Just introduce a couple of old rams to each , other, and there you h;ive your mill. Mahone has stirred up the Vir ginia menagerie from old Jubal Early down, and the concert: prom ises to be a lively one. That martial hero, Lieut. Flipper, after trying the laundry, line in Texas has gone to Mexico to grow up. with the eountiy. ' . . , Tsxas should have the high honor of the democratic nomination for the presidency. A turnip 36 inches in circumference has turned up in that State. . We presume representative Sprin ger is as cheerf...

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. — 29 November 1883

htiRALD AND TRIBUNE, TONESBORO. TENNt-LsEE, THURSDAY NOVEMBER 29 1883. EVOTED TO THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR. S1.50 a. Year, Spot Cash. Thanksgiving. Christmas nest. J. M. Hoss is recovering. Chancery court is in session Provisions are scarce in this Market The matrimonial market is dall at present. Rev. Mr. Cox preached at tne Methodist church Sunday. A. A. Taylor and J. A. West wero in town Monday. If you want a bargain in any thing go to May & Patton- Col. George Osborne and brotberhave returned. John M. Simerly of Elizabeth ton was in town Tuesday. S.G. Oakey is again in feeble health. Lai go crowd of people were in town Monday. Capt. Ross Smith has been in town for a day or two. We are glad to learn that Miss Eugenia Uurphey is.improving. Judge McKee, of Greeneville, spent Tuesday in our city. Col . W. M. Clarkson, of Rog ersville was in town yesterday. Wheat is in demand at one dollar pe bushel, cash. Judge IugersoU, of Knoxville, is in town attending Chancery. Our poultry men are...

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. — 29 November 1883

TUTT TORPID BOWELS, DISORDERED LIVER, f and MALARIA. From tUeae sources arise three-fourths oi tbo diseases of tlio Luman race. These (ympwuQS linlicttto their existence : Toas of Appetite, ltowel. costive, Siclc Head ache, fullntM niter catlngr, aversion to exertion of body or mintl, J-Iructettlon oT food, Irritability of temper, Ixjw aptrita, A feeling of having neglected some duty, IHzziucss, fluttering at tho Heart, Dots toerore the eyes, highly col ored Urine, COJVSTIPATIOM, and de mand the use of a remedy that acts directly on tho Uver, Asalver medicine TCTT'S 11 L.LS have no equnl. Their action on tho Jtl'lncygnnil Skin is also prompt; removing all imparities through, tficse three scav ngera of the system,' producing appe tite, soand digestion, regular stools, a clear skin and a vigorous body. TOM'SHUS oanse no nausea or griping nor interfere with daily -work and arc a perfect ANTIDOTE TO MALARIA., j HE PEELS LIKE A HEW MAW. I have had Dyspepsia, with Constipa tion, two years...

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. — 6 December 1883

TO ARMS ! The Arrest of Charged with HE SS RELEASED The Excitement Cotinues, And the People are Rushing to JiisIStore to get BARGAINS. Dxy Goods, Dress Goods, Notions, Jewelry Boots: and Shoes j Groceries and . Clothing rj-xj -t- ALMOST GIVEN AWAY ! STOVES AND TIN n (SUCpESSOUSTO Jlaiii. Street, One Door East, of Dosser & Co. . . .. (UAUDWAUD HOL'SE, MAIN STREET, OPPOSITE 2?EW PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. JoaeslDoro5:v:; Tennessee. -rrI -- - -i . . .IVZ CJ X1CJ VV I I -ci-t cStL i,t far. ixncr nearwitli;- ; 11 1 j OF ALL'i'KIHDSJi'GRA-DlS'iANDTEICES, ' WE IIAYEfAIiSO SECURED' THE SEByiCESTOf j I aan mini rn u'lima mnniitinn vnrtiiiiflii til well known thro utr IW ft . l) U rj Ji i M L I O , out this couutry.twe are prepared toIfurnUh on the Bhortost noiico nu si ion iuiu u iihib oi OF BEST QUALITY AND ATJBOTTOM PRICES. ,; SLL WORK HJLLLY WARREIlfED. ROO FING A D SHEET IRON WORK A SPECIALTY -MAIN'THEET, JONESBORO, TEiJM " " " : - O O S -Z-T. ' r-:L O ' A -Fresli ana MEDICINES, RUNTS, OIL...

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. — 6 December 1883

- W. P. BROWNLOW, H. V. SEVIER. President, Secretary. HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO., Proprietors. H. V. SEVIKIt, Kdixob and Lksske. Rates of Subscription. 1 Year. - -H MonthH, . A Months, - - $1.50 - 1.(10 - - 75 - 10 3 j&ontns. CLUB RATES. 5 Subscribers, each, 1 Year, 10 Subscribers, each, 1 Year, -15 Subscribers, each, 1 Year. . ; - Single Copy 5 Cents.- SI 00 - 85 75 Transient Advertisements. Reading, 10 Cents a Line, each Insertion, display, 25 Cents au Inch, each Insertion 4( HERALD AND TRIBUNE . With other Publications. The Century Magazine, St. Nicholas, Courier-Journal, - iiAnntnr 1 .T-(Ji!l lit . - American AKTiculturalisrC So; Tnu Miftinss. - - eWTece: fl -L2 reet,Kew Y f-'2 . ii '..i f 1 1 ruh nut The Home Journal, (. Progress, (Philadelphi; Domestic aionxmy, - - -Saturday Evening Post, (rbiladelpu.3-,) Baltimore Snn, (Weekly) - - jt "'"u"10 :,ei 2.15 2.25 2.25 2.25 2.50 Jev Yorit nun, - York Tribune, Weekly,) - New York Sun, (Weekly.) ew York World, (Weekly.) - - 2.2.5 - 2....

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. — 6 December 1883

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. TONE'SBdROrTNNESSEE, THURSDA Y DECEMBER 6, 1883. t - ! 1 I). H V I . s ! UKVOTKD TO THE ALMIGHTY DOLLAR 1.50a Year, Spot Cash. " Three week until Christmas. -Chancery court is still in ses siou. .a. large crowd of people was m town last Monday. - There are several cases ofchick-en-pox in town at nresenfc. . xne squeai or the porker is now. being heard for the last time. - Albert Adler, of Baltimore, T. n. Mitchell,f Brownsboro, went to Washington, D. G, Tues aay morning. ; siarsnal Correll did a good thing by putting down that extra crossings Chancery, reconvened Mon day.. Lawyers all went home to devour "turkey, ' Judge Smith appears to be in prime condition. Wonder if he would object to going to Congress ior a speii. T t . - . uuurawiu ooservea iuanKg- . givingwith closed stores, turkeys ana cnurcL services. Capt. Deaderick's new house will be ready for occupancy In a row days; lue beys say that the crop of raDDics is unusually large thus season. An infant chil...

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. — 6 December 1883

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