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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 May 1885

V 1 .eraia IBS Tribune. VOL 16.; NO. 13 VTorfolk and Western ICAilrnari i i .- . I w . . V I Tut Tabus is Erracr Habch. 23. 1881. TIME. Wis vabd. Eastern StAaflsJd tNo. IS. 'No.. Je Norfolk t 10 P. M 10,00 A M - Suffolk 8.25 " . 10,40 " ArT Petersburg 6.50 1240 PM Lvs Petersburg 1250 " . BurkevUla 2 51 P M " Parmvllle 8 80 ' ' AT Lynchburg . No.l. 6 25 " La Lynchburg -E.45 A. M 6 45 H ' - Liberty 4U0 " 842 M Koauuke 8,00 818 AlT Big Spring 8.S8 ' 8 68 - CbrlstUuWb'g 8.16 ' 883 ; Central 8.84 ' 658 " Lv. Central 19,5&tAM ""' Arr PooahontM, 8.46f P M " WythevUle 10,58 A M 1123""" . Marlon 11.54 12 21 A M ' Abingdon 12.50 P M 1 14 " ; Ar Bristol . 1.20 145 DaUy. fDHy exoept Sunday, ooHvscnova. 1 Laara Norfolk 1000 a m.. and 8.10 p. m. Ar rlvaat HlebraondU0and8.66p.in. iff" Klehmand Tla K A P H R at 11.90a m. . 'ji HrauKunr wiia no. s. at Petersburg I tf I" H! on 'I" of N W R R, and with ' Leave Richmond dally except Bandar via .BAA RRIftlam. 8.80, 8.00 pm, arriving at ufwuuiiiM &am...

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. — 7 May 1885

&mtt mlMfout, LOCAL HAPPENINGS. -Fresh Beef at Spot Cash Store There is to be an election for Magistrate ia this place on Satur- 3- I Give your children Smith's Worm Oil. me neeves juvenile Band is "' to furnish music for the commece ment exercises At. f!mnrT nnJ - W WWl UvU J , Diamond Dyes at Gibson's Drug Store. Lubricating Oil atGibson's Drug btore. ltAantn Nellie Helms, an old colored lady living a short distance b elow town, died on Saturday night last, in the 87th year of her age. Artists materials at Gibsons Drug Store. . -School Hooks and Stationer . at Gibsons. Rolla Ryan, the people's favo w ite will give an entertainment in music hall on Friday night. Let all who wish to be highly" entertained attend. Don't forget to call on O'Brien & Bro. for the best and purest whis kies wines and Liquors. They keep in stock the very best of everything usually kept in their line. Finest Tea8,Coffees, Spices and Sugars Spot Cash Store. 'Mr. R M May has returned from the Expositi...

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. — 7 May 1885

; raid and rilue, WP.BROWNLOW, EDITOR, To whom all letter concerning the Edl orial Department should be addressed. All letter having reference to Advertising Job Work, Sabtorlptlon and all other pur el Business matter thonld be addreued PUBLISHER HERALD AND TRIBUNE Jonesboro, - - Tenn. HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. Proprietors. W. P. BROWNLOW, PRESIDENT. HERALD AND TRIBUNE, With other Publications, The Century Magazine, Bt. Nicholas, - Conrler-Journal, Country Merchant, - -American Agriculturalist, . Texan Sittings, .... Oodey'i Lady's Book, Ladlea' Floral Cabinet, The Home Journal, (New York) 4.50 8.50 2.26 2.00 2.26 . 2.76 2.75 2.16 8.26 irogreaa, (r-miaueipma,) Baltimore American, (W 8.76 2.25 2.15 2.25 . 2.25 2.26 'aab-1v Uomeatlo Monthly, - - Saturday Evening Poet, (Philadelphia,) Baltimore Bun, (weekly) ... New York Hun, (Weekly.) ... New York Tribune, Weekly.) - New York World, (Weekly.) - A vlonnata Travala . 2.60 2.26 Philadelphia Preas,'(Weekly) ... 10 Detroit Free Press and Tbe ...

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. — 7 May 1885

?!' !;.: WHY THET DO NOT MARKED . A Tonnfir Woman Explains a Boc ia Problem. .At a small party oi workers and . thinkers a few nights ago, says a '. letter writer in this .city 1 was - n a group thai diseased the dis : . taste for marriagelwbich ebaraos . terizes the girlhood of the day One yonng lady had fortified hers self with a newspaper clipping on , the subject, which she drew from her pocket and read, as farther Substantiating: her position, 16 , was, to the effect that husband hunting maidens,yonng or old were very, much scarcer than of yore ; that instead, of being anxious to marry, girls were slow of induce ment in that direction. - "It is true," said the young lady. -."I scarcely know a girl who wants . to : marry. ' They ' are ' learning itome thing in the way of a profes ; sion, something that will interest. them as well as support them, two ; tales in which husbands just now tail. The truth is we are all scar-' : ed away from any desire to' marry .t by seeing how wretc...

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. — 14 May 1885

" i - I . . 1 . . . . J.. . . Av . 01 fj JJ IM.1 V. f L f 1 I I I V0H6.N0. 13 ;; JONESBOROTENN.",. THURSDAY; MAY 141885. W. P. BROWNLOW, EDITOR. 1 aw 6, "V!l am -M- 3 1 N' Tf T sflf il sSSnTars . ryVif-Tyr4 a i .TQUCv.i I 1 . . Eastern Btajaaar.1 tKVlA, Lva Norfolk u SalTblk-r:-Arv Pttmbnii i IjT Petersburg " Barkerllle " Ptrm vlU r. Ay Lynchburg, J Hoanok ArrBIg Bprtaif ' ChrUttanaVs; Csntral Lv. Centrml Arr Pocahontas H Wytheviii.. fllU J,if ' 1.0A at ML B.SV 6.80 .IrVS 124V rM 1260 , i a& , i i " , ,4 ,! ,ih -' ft?. aa Ait CA 0,W " 8.88 ": .16 -8.84 ifciStTS it&tPM IMS A- 81 - uarion-u.i a Abinifdan. UilW' ff M H.8 12 1 AM "T HI " , , Arv Bristol , i Dally. "Jljf;AeptBndtf. .;-f ' M)tllA- 0OItCTI0!.U ,Jj!II.J1 ) .A' Lnn Norfolk MM nWir.Tar Ar at KlohmonH.50nd.5Sp. m. ... Leav KlohmondWaR AP RRat n.snim, dally: eonneotlnc with No. 1 at PaUnbarg for all point on line of N W R R. and wltE Laav RloUiaond dally, oxoapt Saodayrla E A KKm.U. S.U ib, arriving at Lyuehburgatltt'an...

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. — 14 May 1885

LOCAL 'HAPPENINGS. Fr eslt Bee! at Spot Cash Store Give your children South Vi Worm Oil -e, ,. :, .. ; , ; -Finest, beeria town at O'Brien Bro. fc Thepresent session of the Jonesboro Graded School-will close boot June 5th. Diamond . Dyes at Gibson's Drug Store. Lubricatin g Oilat Gibson's Drug Store. -i : . , v- 't Artists materials at Gibsons Drugstore.' '-.'. ' Please remember O'Brien & Bro. keep pure brandy and whisky for medicinal use. School Books at Gibsons. and Stationery Finest Teaa.Coffees, Spices and Sugars Spot Cash Store. Bacon, Meal, Flour,' Lard. Buckwheat, , Four: ' 1 Spot . Cash Store. Homioy, Grits, Beans, Oat meal, Cracked Wheat, Peas. Spot Cash Store. Parties desiring anytning in It a , ' out une win p;ease remember we can be found at our pi nee of busi ness, Jonesboro, ' at all hours O'Brien & Bro. We learn that,' Judge Hacker, uoi. i- iteeves, .JoUn; v. vox and some other gentlemen are talking of establishing a Bank here in Jonesboro. ' - O'Brien & B...

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. — 14 May 1885

Imli and (Tribune, VV P. BROWN LOW, EDITOR, To whom all latten concerning the Edl orUl Department should be addressed. All letten having reference to Advertising Job Work, Subscription and all other purel Business matter should be addressed PUBLISHEI HERALD AND TRIBUNE Jonesboro, - - Tenn. HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. Proprietors. W. P. BROWNLOW, PRESIDENT. HERALD AND TRIBUNE, With other Publications. The Century Magazine, H.SD St. Nicholas, 8.60 Courier-Journal, 138 Country Merchant, - - - 2.00 American Agriculturalist, 8.2S Texas Sifting, ...... J.75 Uodey'i Lady's Book, .... 2.75 Ladle' Floral Cabinet, -115 The Home Journal, (New York) 8.25 Progres. (Philadelphia,) .... S.7S Baltimore American, (Weekly,) - - 2.!tt Domeatlo Monthly, J. 15 Saturday Kvenlne Poet. rPhlladelDhla.) 2.25 Baltimore Hun, (Weekly) ... .2.25 New York Hun. (Weekly.) . . - 2.26 New York Tribune, Weekly,) - .2.50 New York World, (Weekly.) - 2.25 Arkansaw Traveler, ...... 2.75 Philadelphia Press, (Weekly) .2.10 Detro...

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. — 14 May 1885

- . -xr- -u.iu-.mr - I " " i - ... , . . . , - , - AT M'CORMICK 8 GRAVE. The Silent Vis U That Has Been Kept Over the Milloiule's Remains. The published statements is made Here that a watch mat, ha been stationed at the grave of Cyrus H McCormick erery night since the dead millionaire was buried uraceland Uemetery. A year ago, mindful of the Stewart affair, was decided by the relatives of the inventor millionaire to keep vigil over his grave. Though a larg salary was offered, considerable dif Gculty was experienced in findiug a man woo would accept the an congenial task Finally Mike Al len, an old servant of the dead man volunteered for the service. From the constant strain on his euperstis tious nature, the lonely watcher soon sickened and a few weeks ago died. Since the death of Allen, John Orourke has gone his silent rounds night after night. During the late strike of the employes of the icC'romick reaper works, the watcn was doubled and extra pre cautions were taken to prevent t...

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. — 21 May 1885

vj ' 7 ( Ti ribune leraia I ;.5 it I 11! 1 VOL 16., NO. 13 ' " N or folk and Western Railroad Tt i Table is Effect Majich. 23,. 1884. TIME. WES tABd., Xaatarn Standard tN'o. IS. I '.No. J. Lve Norfolk sutroik Arr Petersburg Lt Petersburg " Burkevllle Farmvllle At Lynchlmrg L Lynchburg Liberty Koanok Arr Rig Spring " Chrlstlanab'g Central f-'. 10 K M 10,00 A M . 10,10 " i 1240 PM 1250 " 2 51 P M 8 30 " 6 25 " 5 45 " 42 " 8 13 8 68 " 9&1 " 659 .an 6.50 " No. I. 6.4S A. M .40 " 8,00 " 8.S) " 9.15 9.84 " 10,fi.rt A M 3.4SfPM Lt. Central Arr Pocahontas, " WythevUle Marlon " Abingdon, Arr lirlatol 10,53 A M 11.51 " 12.50 P M 1.20 ' 1123 " 12 21 AM 114 " 145 ' Dally, tD"y except Sunday. . CONNBCTIOR8. Utre Norfolk 10 00 a m., and 8.10 p. m. Ar rive ftt Richmond 1.50and8.56 p. m. Lear Richmond via R 4P R Rat H.80am, dally; connecting with No. 8. at Peteriburg for all point on line of N ft W R R, aud with Me. I, arrlrlag at Norfolk 8,20, p. m. Leare Richmond dally except Sunday via K ft ...

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. — 21 May 1885

LOCAL HAPPENINGS. Trade at Biddies. " ' Fresh Betf at Spot Cash Store Buy your goods at Biddies. -Give your children Smith Worm Oil. Jonesboro ought to have abase ball club. uuiuiuuu uyva Hi UluSOn I Drug Store. v: j i" i Democratic papers all over the coun try are denouncing the admiu tration of 3rover Cleveland. Lubricating OilatGibson's Drug . Store . The base ball news is the daily papers is mighty fine reading for the country subscribers. Artists materials at Gibsons n ...... ci. T. W. Grills has recently made u ueciaea improvement in the ap nearance at his nmnviaoR' in Mm way of sodding, ete. School Books' and Stationery i Gibsons. Finpst Tea8,Coffees, Spices and "Sugars Spot Cash Store. Farmers are busy, as they al ways are at this season of the year, and this adds to a great extent to the dullness of trade. Parties desiring pure mountain brandy for medical use or other purposes call on O'Brien & Bro. We notice from our exchanges that the recent frosts did consider" able ...

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. — 21 May 1885

SrraU ami Srifauc, W P. BROWN LOW, EDITOR, To whom all letter concerning the Edl orittl Department a tumid bo addressed. All letters having rofirence to Advertising Job Work, Subscription and all otberpurel Uusluess matter should be addressed PUBLISHER HERALD AND TRIBUNE Jonesboro, - - Term. HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. Proprietors. W. P. BROWNLOW, PRESIDENT. Jo. J. Ivins, editor of tbe Athens PoBt, has been nnneinted and commissioned U. S. Marshal for East Tennessee, to succeed Col. T. H. Keeves, whose commission expired recently. On Tuesday General John A. Logan was elected U.S. Senator by the Legislature of Illinois. This closes one of the longest and most bitterly contested Senatorial fights on record. It is a Kepublican vic tory over the efforts of the most skillful and corrupt Democratic politicians not only in Illinois but throughout the Union. The wits of the Democratic oTpans can now retire their stereotyped question, "Who will caro for Logan now!'' Tho Retirement of Col. Reeves. ...

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. — 21 May 1885

Obituary. To the memory of Miss Annie Bea-d, who departed this life April the 14, 1S85. Her funeral service was conducted by Jkv. George B Cox, from a text selected by the deceased and found in the 15th chapter and 55th verse of 1st Cor.: O. death where is thy sting ! 0, grave where is thy victory 1 After services her remains were interred n the family burying gronnd in the presence of a goodly number of relatives and friends Miss Annie was the daughter of Afr. and Mrs. David and Elizabeth Beard of Enob Creek, this county, and was born January 22, 1856, She had been afflicted for more than 20 years with bone scrofula, being confined to her room most of the time. She professed taith in Christ at the age of 16, and from then until her death she was true to her Master, having lived a consistent christain for more than 13 years, though deprived of church privileges. She read her Bible and consoled herself with the rich prom ises contained therein. She prayed often for death to come and ...

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. — 28 May 1885

r'fr fl . (7 Herald IMS Tribune. VOL 16. J0NESB0R0, TENN, THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1885. NO. 14. N' orfolk and Western Itnilroad Txmb Tablc lie Errscr March. 23. 1884. TIlIErV Whs vabd. Xutern Standard fNo. !! No.3. Lv Norfolk f 3 10 P. M 10.00 A M Suffolk- 8.4 " 10,40 " ArvPeterebtirg 6.50 " 1UI0PM Lv Ieteraburg lift) " BuMtevllle 2 51 P M " Farmvllle 8 80 " ATLynohburg No.l. 625 ' 1 Lynoliburtf 6.45 A. M 6 45 " Lllerty 8.40 " 642 " ' Kounok 8,(10 " 8 18 " ArrBigHprlni 8..18 8 53 ChriatlnuiVg 9.15 " 8 83 " Cantml 8.34 " 5 51) " liT. Central 10,!V.tAM Arr Pocnliontaa, 2,4.rt P M Wythevllle 1U.SSA M 112:1 " ' Marlon 11.54 " 12 21 A M " Ablngilon 12.50 P M 1 14 " ArvBrlitol 1.20 145 ' Dally. fDally except Sunday. COHNICTI0N8. Laave Norfolk 1000 a m., and 8.10 p. iu. Ar rive at ltlchmond 1.50anil4.i p. in. Leave ltlchiaoml via It A 1' R Rat 11.80 a m, dally: connecting with No. 8. at l'eteraburg for all pol nU on line of N 4 W K R, and wltU , arrlvl.Kat Norfolk ,J0, p.m. Leave Klcliiaond dall...

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. — 28 May 1885

JONESBORO, TENN., MAY 2S, 1885 . Article No. 3 on the "Duties of County Superintendents In Tennessee' will be printed next week. . The East Tennessee Farmers' Con vention closed Us proceedings last Wed nesday, and' adjourned to meet in Knoxville on Tuesday after the third Monday in May, 1880. Our correspondent, Bulia, at Lees burg writes that the Dunkards have finished their new church building at Limestone and held services in it for the first time last Sunday, the 24th. Dr. J. IL Bensebaugh has just put a new steam flouring mill into operation at Strawberry ' Plains. The plant includes the most modern approved machinery and is in charge of an experienced and careful practical miller. The strawberry festival given by the ladies of the First Presbyterian Church last veek netted G0. The affair was under the direction of the Misses Eugenia Murphy, Llllie Williams and Phi Allison, and was exceedingly enjoyable. The money will be deyoted to defraying the expense of interior repairs of t...

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. — 28 May 1885

zml M Srifauw, PUBLISHED BVKBY THCB8DAY BY TBS HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. AT Osb Dollar a Ykab i Adtahcb. W. P. BROWN" LOW, JSO. H. WUITAKKH. Editors. JONESBORO, TENS., MAY 23, 1883. Postmaster General Vilas ap " pointed 108 fourth-class postuias ters in various elates on .Monday. Eigbty-eight of this lot are located in Virginia. Victor lingo the great French poet, and one of the most heroic figures in Trench history, died at Paris last Friday afternoon, the 22d. lie was born February 20, 1802. General Grant has written the following dedication to his book : "To the officers and sol diers engaged in the War of the Rebellion and also those engaged in the war in Mexico these Vol times are Dedicated." It transpires officially that Secretary Frelinghuysen's death was really caused by drinking Congress water in which aconite had been planed. It is presumed the aconite was carelessly left in the bottle from which the Congress water was taken. The ''mind cure," a phenome non said to be somewhat...

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. — 28 May 1885

txM aud Sriknne JONESBORO, TENS., MAY 28, 1885 Nebraska AVomeu. The majority of farmer's daugh ters teach school at a salary of from $13 to 130 per month, and, after deducting enougn for board and clothes, they saye money to pay their way at some good school or college for a term or more, and then teach again. Their fathers never thiuk it necessary to morU gage the farm in order to send the girls to school, as some fathers do for their sons. Some girls learn all th'jre is tc be learned at district schools, and then, instead of going to college, they iu- Tent all the money they can spare in cows or calyes, which they hire kept. Ihi8 is usually a good invest ment, as cattle can be sold readily at almost any time. Young women as well as young men, see the importance of obtains ing lund and making homes for themselves, therefore they take ad vantage of Uncle Sam's generosity, and get as much laud as the law will permit, which is 320 acres, a homestead and timber claim, 160 acres each . ...

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. — 4 June 1885

Nr" V0L..16. JONESBORO, TENN, -THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1885. NO. 15. ribuna 'I r "orfolk and Western Railroad Tims Tablk in Effect Mat. 24. 1885. TIME. - Wes vard. Eastern Standard fNo. L No.. bve Norfolk t P. M 10.H0 A M ' Suffolk 8.50 " 10,45 " Arv Petersburg 5.50 " 1240 PM Lve Petersburg 1:;?J", Hurkevllla 2 51PM,. " FurmvUle . 8 80 ' AvLynchburs: No.l.' . 625 t L Lynchburg 5.45 A. M 6 4a " ' " Liberty 8.40 " 842 " -! ' lloanoke 8,(10 " 818 " ArvBlgSprine; ' 8.SS ' ' Christians!)'- 9.15 " . 88 " ' ' Central 9.81 " ' iw" , Lv. Central 1 - 10,55tAM . ., . .,, . Art Pocahontas 2.80t P M V WythevUle 10,5.1 A M . 112S"15" Marlon 11.51 " 12 21 A M " Abingdon 12.50 P M 1 IB . Arv Bristol 1.20 - 145.V Dally. fDolly except Sunday. Parlor and Bleeping Cam between Huanoke and Norfolk without chuuge on trains No. 2 and No. 8 alter lune 1st, : 1 .' CONNECTIONS. ?" r -Leave Norfolk 10 00 a m., dally and 8.10 p. m. C; . dally exoept Hnnday. Arrive at Klchmond 1.50 p. m. and 6.55 p. m. Lrave Klohmond ...

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. — 4 June 1885

rtcrald and tribune JONESBORO, TENN., JUNE 4, 1885. 'Arrival of Passenger; Trains. . According to the lateit published time "tahle ol the-E. T.,Va., Ga.. R. R.. "passenger trains arrive at the' Jonesboro depot at the hours given below : ' No. 1, Passenger west - 1:40 p. m No, 8, Passenger west - 2 :11 a,m Tin. 2. Passencrereast..... 2:81 p. u : no., rassougcr uasi, M , t.ot a. M No. II, Local Freight west 12:05 p. m No. 22, Local Freight east..... 3:30 p. m It is said Kentucky parties will open a bank in Johnson City in a short time. ' -The foundry at Johnson City will be. gin operations in about a month with forty hands. A 60-horse power engine Is in place and machinery lb arriving by the car load. .... The corner-stone of the new Court house at Enoxville Mill be laid with Ma sonic ceremonies on the 24th instant. It is expected the fraternity throughout East Tennessee will participate. Tho Reeves Juvenile Band plays for tb s commencement exercises of the Rog ersville Female College...

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. — 4 June 1885

PUBLISHED EVERY THUR8DAY BT TUB HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. AT Oni Dollar a Teas in Advancr. W. P. BROWN LOW, JNO. H. WHITAKER. Editors JONESBORO, TENN., JUNE 4, 1885. The Shackamaxon bank, Pbila ' delphia, closed its doors last. Frio day. An examination of the books showed that turns amounting to nearly half a million had beensur. - reptitiously nsed. The New Orleans Exposition closed Sunday. An eflort is being made to have the government ex hibits retained on tbn ground with a yiew of continuing the show the coming cool season. Since Robert . Emmet Odium made his fatal leap from the Brook lyn Bridge three men with suicidal intent have been arrested by the police in the act ot preparing to jump from the same structure. John R. Beaslcy, once the candidate of the Greenback party for Governor of Tennessee, . and a prominent worker in that organiza tion, has written a letter in which he announces his determination to corporate with the Republican party, and advises the national party to do l...

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. — 4 June 1885

" DUTIES OP COUNTY SUPER INTENDENTS IX TEXXESSEE NO 2. In article No. 1, I Tery briefly outlined what I considered to be the duties of our Connty Superin tendenl-s in exercising the function of lieensinr individuals for the crave and responsible work of in structing the youths of bur State and nation. Those who read that article doubtless noticed the ab sence of any remarks concerning the moral trait desired in appli cants for certificates, and it is my 9 rornose ia this paper to dinouss $ this phase of the matter. j .", CABKFCL STUDY OT APPLICANT'S MORALS A BUTT. Obvioasly it is the humane doty of County Superintendents to in vcstigate the moral character of very individual who applies for ; license to teach." It is a duty they owe alike to God and man, and it is a crying shame that carelessness and rigid, cowardly indifference so oftett gain the ascendency in its discharge. An instructor is a fttriiner. Then let us grasp a sav i- ing view of that oft quoted Bibli J"m passage which...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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