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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 June 1885

"X . : Lj - !! , c ;.. U u ,arti VOL 16. lirjririili AadSmrn Railroad Tim Tablb is effect mat, 21. ux..i TIMg. Eaetern Standard WIS TARD. tN'o. 1. NoiS. L.ye Norfolk !, .V S'.'P'AiL-rJ- f3 10 P. M lfliOOAM !,; 1240PM, , 1 Fill 14 l: 6.00 '""i II 1.1 1 1!'. ," : Ko.I. " 5.45 A. ft 8.40 . 8.W "... 8.8S ; "" .84 o! evntc, barkevfll ' ive i 11 " 31P M . . 8 30 " ! ' '.' 5aB.:Hi.it . .,, 6 45 ' !!85.1 : 33' ". ", FarmvUle . nil .niAtLynfthbnrn , Im Lynchburg ,, tumn9 -.m. Liberty Kohi ATVBIgflprtD 1 ' ,Iv.,0utrl il, UpoiAM Arr rwsnunuH, .;tut r m ir.ll sii.l i WyuisvllU Marlon " Abingdon I0,M A M 11.54 " Ui -1123 '" . ' , , 12 ai Am- 145 12.50 P Arv Bristol J 1.20 Dally. tDl'rxeept8ii?ay Parlor and Sleeplrtgt'.'Wwyt iluauoke and Norfolk without change o'j trolinNo. 2 and No. after lune lt. i Leave Norfolk 1000a m dally and 8.10 p. m dally except Mnn-iay. Arrive at Klohmond .J7 Leave itlehmond vlaR AP R Rat 11.80a m. daily; connecting with No. 8. west bound at Petersburg for all points on...

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 June 1885

i t. 'V . u imh xttiSrihmt JONESBOUU, TENN., JUNE 11, 1885. ' Arrival of Passenger Trains. .According to the latest published time table ot the E. T., V., A Ga.. R. R., passenger trains arrive at the Joncsboro depot at Uiu hours given below: No. 1, Passenger west 1:40 p. m No, 8, Passenger west 2:11a,ii No. 2. Passenger east ......... 2:31 p.'m No, 4, Passenger east ...... ...... 4:57 a.m No, II, Local Freight west 12:05 p. x No 22, Local Freight eas t... .. 3:30 p. m -, A letter from middle Georgia will be published next week. ,'.'.--A. section of new picket fence ado rni 'the jail yard. The Sheriff feels very proud of it because it can't get away, Four from seven leaves three. Th answer is the number of prisoners now 'confined'1 in our ramshackle building alleged to be a jail. Miss Alice Carter declined to accept the. re-appointment . of teacher in the ' Jonesboro Graded Schools and Miss NeU . lie Fain was.elecled last Saturday to All the vacancy. ', , This escape again calls publ...

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 June 1885

ttM Mi Mbmt, rtTBUSHSD XVXBT THURSDAY BY T11K HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. AT OH DOLLAB A YKAM IK ADYAJICB. W. P. BKOWNLOW. JN0. H. WHITAKEK, Editobs JONESBORO, TENS., JUNE 11, 1885. Last Friday heavy wind and rain storms prevailed at New York, Long Branch, Baltimore, Richmond, Petersburg, Va-, and the country adjacent, doing considerable damage to property and killing and wound ing a number of people. Prof. Riley's meal of seyen teen-year locusts is not a hoax by any means. Several people have imitated his example, and in every case the meat of the locust, after being stripped of the wings, cleaned and then fried, U pronounced de licious and luscious in flavor. Ex-Congressman R. L. Taylor, ottbe Johnson uity uomei, nas been appointed Pension Agent at Knoxville, to succeed Col. Henry R. Gibson, suspended. Col. Gibson was ousted on account of ''offensive partisanship," although his com mission did not expire for three years. . It is presumed Taylor was appointed for his record as a Civil S...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 June 1885

v.i it Y.i J Y,"i take the followiog brief direc 'tioBfl for rnvonff wwus insecticides am a feceat pampiuet of the IK S. ltrrnti of Eto tomoloffy A : London Parole. To 20 lbs, flour - from 1110.12 lb. is added Mid well mixed. This is applied by a lifter or v blower, With 40 gals.-jrater 1-4 to t f 1-3 Jb) "i jnfc?4 tot Bpr.Ting.n i ! J II 5ftrh, Ken,4afltll 20 lbs. flour from 3-4 to 1 lb. is mixed and ap plied by sifting or by a blower. The same amount pf the, insecticide to 40 call, water it used as a spray. ,!;.. the srroiiud a quantity is poured injected rmopg rootr that, are Deing injeewju. iuiudii iuhouvb damaging stored grain or musetim material a small quantity iotmedirt an air-tight vessel. " Carbolic Acid. A sojution of one Tffni-i&tised against WpaUJ Qanviloipew aj-imais ana in their barns and sheds; also' on the surfaces of plants and among roots in the ground. rr i HeHbor.T-Th pqvder is sifted HmSoBe WkM Vpart to 20 of flour. With 1 gal. of water 1-4 'lb. in mixed ff...

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. — 27 August 1885

- 7 r : ' Her r riD-une. aid . rtttX. ' av -T ' 4 I VOL. ic, m 27. EAST TENNESSEE. THE INDUSTRIAL OUTLOOK t, PROMISING AND HOPEFUL. Intercnting letter or AUtant t'ommla .loner of Agriculture Cbarltou. Tli following letter from Col. C. W. Cliurltoii, assistant commissioner of agri culture for East Tennessee, contain? mut ter of very general interest, and shows the Nituation ami possibilities of this fav ored Hection: Hon. A. J. 'MgWhirter, Commissioner, etc., Nashville, Tenn. Dear Sir: In an swer to your inquiry ns to "the improve ments in agricultural methods," etc., I unswer: "The-improvements in agricultural methods in Kant Tennessee," etc., while they have not been marked or advanced as could be desired, yet there bus been a considerable improvement over former methods. They have been confined, for the most part, to a few farmers scattered bere and there over our scctiou of the Stale.' A better class of plovn have been Introduced, and with them a belter sys tem of plowing has Jie...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 August 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. 1TBLUHBD BVr.KT TIIUHSDAT BY TIIK HERALD ANDTRIBUNECO At $1 a Year, in Adtanee. W. P. Bhowsclow, ------ Kditob. JONRSIiOrtO, TENN.. AUG. 27, 1883. We are pained to observe that Dorman B. Eaton' Civil Service Com mission has fallen into a comatose condition again. Unfortunate Mr. Bayard! Even Mr. Tilden in reported to have spoken Bar castlcally of hi administration of State v affairs. The Mugwumps are already disponed to take charge of the Democratic cam nalirn in New York and to dictate the x 0 nominations. There Is an epidemic of smallpox in Montreal, hut we believe most of the American bank cashiers sojourning there have been vaccinated. Tub question of how Mr. Tilden feels toward the President is still unsettled, but the best' authorities agree that the wily old sage of the Hudson is feeling to ward him with a club. The Sick Man of Urevstone lias no use for a Democratic president who trades with the Mugwumps. Mr. Cleve land will find a sign on the front gate r...

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. — 27 August 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO, TENX., AUG. 27, 1885. Mr. John Houser, living near Browns boro, left a bunch of millet 7 feet 6 inches tall at this office last week. A little daughter of Mr. Allck lloluiei, who lives near the county bridge U recovering from a light attack of dlph . theria. The funeral discourse of Miss Callie V. Moore will bo delivered at Limestone church on the third Sunday of next month September 30. The Medical Examining Board for peusionirs will meet, in future, at the City Hotel, Johnson City, every Wednes day, instead of at Jonosboro. Mr. John W. 8alo and Mr. Sylvester Pcnlus, of Fort Wayne, Ind., were in this section last week prospecting for timber, but with what success wc did not learn. The school directors of this county will meet at College Hill Saturday at 10 o'clock a. in. Business of importance will be transacted. A good attendance is desired. Mr. 8. C. Whitehorn, formerly of thin place, was seriously hurt last week, by a wagon, which run 'over him and...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 August 1885

FARM ANDHOUSEHOLD. ilvrse Notes, Rorc shoulder are the caue of rraiiy hor iiecoming balky. A hone nhoufd not be compelled to work when lii shoulder. are lujurtJ. . Take tbc harncM off the burnt dur ing the nooning hour. It will take but a few minute to do it, and the horses will be benefitted by it. Bores, galU, etc., will heal up much, quicker If they are kept from the harness at much m posnl ble. It lii the mark of a gentleman to throw actone or Mick out of the road when bo rcci it. Many hornet are ruined by Humbling over or stepping upon loose Htoncs while being driven and many horse lone their IWen by atepping upon one end of a Ntick, caualng the other end to fly up and diHembowei them. A horse man ihould always remove obstacles, that might do mischief, from the road. It is the speed and not the horse that brings tho fancy price. There are hund reds of liorscs in the country that are as fine-looking, have as good, dispositions and are worth as much money as any oi the fastest tr...

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 October 1885

i . -- cm J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 29, 1885. VOL 16, NO. 36. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. A J 7V ff:..-. aaMnaak eieeaBajaawe . -, V ribune. INTERESTING HISTORY. EN. GRANT AND PRESIDENT JOHNSON. , , Hon. Chauaeey If . Depew Tarai the Pag : of-a-YWl Chapter Throwing the Light a the" Traaaoa of Andrew " v . Johntoa and the vitm of HI :-' -. Kadlcal Southern simpathl. , . Nrw York 'October iSfc HouV Chaun- ;eey M. Depew has furnished to the prew the following: open letter to Colonel F. . Grantr "'. 5 ' ,--'v,t !:-' ''"-' . "New York, October 13, 1885. v . "My Dear Colokkl In answer to your request for the paitlculau of the "conversation I had with your father, and to which I alluded in a speech before the Chamber of Commerce, the following is my best recollections: j . ," ; ' , V -"About four, yean ago I sat beside rj.H.' General-Grant at dinner: There were J, many courses, slowly served, and the ' ' entertainment lasted several hours. Wa . , discussed many matters suggested by...

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 October 1885

A HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENS., OCT. 29, 1885. County Court Monday. Doaaer & Co. bought 1400 bushels of peach Iced during the season. Circuit Court commence at Brwln Monday nest, Judge Hacker presiding. . Jonciboro hat.M fine church build ings as any town of it size In- the Bute. Mr. J. M. Osborn is Improving his dwelling house by erecting an addition thereto. ftae Synod meeting at Maryvllle has adjourned to meet at Dandrldge, Jotter son county, Tenn., next year. ' Mrs, 8. A. Gibson, of this place, de livered her interesting lecture on Cores beforo the Synod at Maryvllle last week. The petition to rehear the Embree- vllle property case was dismissed by the Supreme Court Saturday lost This ends the case. .... Memorial service and erection of tombstones at the grave of Reese Bayless will take place to-day (Thursday) at Cherokee church. Col. Geo. R. McClellan, Deputy TJ. S. Revenue Collector, has removed his ' business office from the courthouse base ment to room 88, Plante...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 October 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBUSOBD IVERT THCBSDAT T TH HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. tl a Ttar, in Adtanc. W. P. Bcowrlov, Eorron. JONESBORO, TENN., OCT. 29. 1885. Riet. will be hung and then he will be a martvr. Nevertheless we believe that he, would rather be a demagogue living than a hero dead. Civil Skrvick Commissioner Thoman has resigned, making a second vacancy in the Commission. It is said both placet will be filled this week. Robcok Coxkmso again asserts that he Is out of politics. Up to the hour of go ing to press there had been no denial of Mr. Conkling's statement What a fortunate thing for the Vir ginia Democrats that when Grant cap tured Lee at Appomattox, he did not take hi saddle. If he had, the Demo cratic party of Virginia would have had no plutform in 1885. Colonel John Kodoeiis McLean, of the Cincinnati Enquirer, announces pos ilively that John Sherman will not be re elected to the Senate. Nevertheless, Uncle Sherman's fences "have a solid, well-ordered appearance, which is e...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 October 1885

FARM AXD HOUSEHOLD. Fall Tonic for Chicken. Minneapolis Tribune: One of the best tonics for chickens, and probably one'of the simplest, is to keep a handful of rusty nails the more rnst on them the better in each dish from which they drink. The rust is the oxide of iron sold by druggists, and the home-made is jus. us guuu as me sale anicie. Decline In Whamt The Supply. Wheat has declined rapidly during the past week. The next visible suonlv state ment is expected to show an increase of 8,500,000 bushels. The stock on hand in Chicago is 4,000,000 bushels more than at this season lor four years, and 10,000, 000 more than in 1883. Exports have de creased to an alarming extent From September 1 to October 17 the exports of wheat and its oroducts where on It B ."WW . 000 bushels. Daring the same period at no time in ine last six years nave me ex ports been less than double the amount, and in 1879 there were 48,000,000 bushels, or about Ave times as much as this year. A Hoine-Made Fertilis...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 October 1885

3 UT-IP IP ILn 3ES ISfiTlES TP n ADDRESS or HON. HOWELL E. JACKSON, : ' .DELIVKRED UK POKE THE State Teachers' AssooiXtion at Jonesboro, TenjTesshEj - Auaur 5, 1885, and Repeated at Columbia, Tennessee, September 10, 1885. Mr. PttsiJeni, Ladies and Gentlemen of the State Teachers' Association: The subject of "National Aid to Education," on which I am invited to address you to-day, is now enlisting the earnest, thoughtful consideration of patriotic citizens throughout the country, and is justly regarded, in view of the alarming condition of illiteracy at present pre vailing and likely to continue, especially in the ex-slave States' of the Union, as, the most important public Question of our day. The subject may be viewed from so many stand-points, presents itselM" j - .i . -. .j i . . i t 1 uuuer au many puases, grows in magnuuae, ana assumes sucn proper lions, aswe reflect upon it, that it is difficult in the limits of an ordiii , address lo do more than discuss, in a suggestive way...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 October 1885

II TLT IP 3F ILd ESS EMEE 3E5 T37 . teachers would reach $i, 250,600: six months' salarv to these tenrhere would require $1, 260,000, and the cost of books, school fixtures 1 ana apparatus would take $40,000 more, aggregating the sum of $4,050,. 000 as tne outlay required m making preparation forsix months instruction ot the unenrolled scholastic population ot the State. Able and indefati gable as our accomplished State Superintendent of Public Tnstrnrn'mi ic and supported as he is by an efficient corps of countv nict.inB T v.nm to say that he and his co laborers would shrink from the hopeless task of .1 1 1 . f 1 1 . raising mis additional iuna either in the state or in the counties by taxa- ..I. K . I , iir . . uon or otnerwise. 11 cannot ue aone. vve are not able to raise the means requisite for the education of our population and'meet the current demand upon our "resources. Between i860 and 1880 the assessed valuation of our property decreased 45 per cent., wniic our population ...

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. — 5 November 1885

-l T :.v. ' .Herald ftft i ... : . odisi JL riBiine. . - 1 I an l I 1 f . Ml VOL. 16.M.37. A CORRECTED STORY. UNCOLK'S HlSTOmO TRD?.. The Beaton Cap SWry Kxpleded Tha Rid to Waahlaftoa aa Haw It H Mad. Aa the 4 th of Varch drew near, whit occupied oar most anxtous thoughts was, how Mr. Lincoln could get to Washing ton sad b Inaugurated. Another com mittee was formed, one from each house, to look after the matter. . Governor Sew ard was the Senate member and I was put on the part of the House, for ahe reason, perhaps, that I was from Illinois, a known and personal friend of the Presi dent,' and had been in close correspon dence with him all winter. ' Associating otftaotw together we" at W he eon elusion that everything must be done with the most profound secrecy. ; Governor Seward, his son Frederick - W. Seward, subsequently his Assistant Secretary of State, and myself were the only persons in Washington who had any : knowledge whatever of Mr. Lincoln's proposed movements. That there...

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. — 5 November 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN., NOV. 6, 1885. R. Kidwell was appointed postma ter at Carter'! Depot last Friday. " A, very slight fail of anow coulcTbe geen in our mountain districts last San day. ' : . . '- Passenger trains and malls from the East were delayed for several days by the floods In Virginia. J - ' ' The Circuit Court session at Erwln this week lasted parts of two daytonlj Monday and Tuesday. 7 Joh printing of every description neatly and expeditiously eieeuted at the Hebauj ahd THiBtsK office. Hallow-ten passed right through .Tonmlxirn nt Saturday nieht and the mischievous boy never caught on. The Nashville American editorially the Irishman's flee.'" It might, hay done worse phlea, for In 'stance? '. '" ' .-- It is said .that Bam Jones' and 6am Small, the evangelists, will give Ifnox- vllle the benefit of their - presence some time next montft Last Monday Clerk Shipley issued a marriage license to Thomas" J. Bowser tf Locust Mount and saran c. nenirougu of Cheroke...

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. — 5 November 1885

f HERALD AXD TRIBUKE. PUBLISHED BVEUY THURSDAY BY THB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At f 1 a Year, in Adtante. W. P. Bhownlow, ------ Editor. J0NE9BORO, TENN., NOV. 5, 1885. TUESDAY'S ELECTIONS. Elections were held In twenty -three States on Tuesday, most of them being merely for Legislatures and county offi cers. In five States Virginia, New York, Iowa, Mississippi and Massachu setts Governors were elected. The results In Virginia and New York were looicd to with the greatest lnteresR As we go to press 'Wednosdoy evening we are without news definite enough to give the majorities In these two States. The Democrats clnim to have elected Lee. and a Legislature In Virginia by 15, 000 majority. The battle was a hotly contested one on both sides, and so many conjectures were made possible by pecul iar circumstances in the canvass that both parties went to work Tuesday morning confident of victory. In New York the contest was surround . ed by moving elements tit at defied a sure prediction of th...

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. — 5 November 1885

FARM ANDHDUSEHOLD. Prune Padding. A delicious prunciuJding is made by stewing a pound of prunes till they are soft, remove the stones, aud sugar to your taste and whites of three eggs beat en to a stiff froth. Make a puff paste for the bottom of the pudding dish. After beating the eggs and prunes together till they are thoroughly mixed, spread them on the crust. Bake for half an hour, or until you are sure the crust is done. Chicken Soup. As soon as the chicken Is cleaned, jointed, and washed, put all but the choice pieces In a kettle with 8 quart of cold water. Bring to a boll slowly and skim, then boil briskly for a few minutes, add salt, whole cloves, and pepper, then .slacken the Arc so that It will simmer. Keep it simmering for 8, hours. One hour and a half before dinner, add one turnip, two carrots, one onion and some celery. Strain and serve, thickened with rice or noodles. now nn Roonti Should He Hade. Each hen In a house should have one foot of space on the roosts. One hund...

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. — 12 November 1885

J YOL. 16, NO. 38. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1885. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Herald UNCLE GIBSON'S -WAY. THE OLDEST MAN LIVING. The Hethodt by Which He Bu Prolonged Life and Avoided Sickness. A Moberly (Mo.) correspondent of the Kansas City Time has been talking with "Uncle" Robert Gibson, who is 119 years old, and gives this as his scheme of living: " "I often got up from the table before I was satisfied, but soon after my appetite would become satisfied, and I did very well until the next meal. I never wns a very hearty cater, and breakfast was my heartiest meal. I have always eaten three meals a day when I could get them. Doing so long without meals, and getting so hungry, and then uramming a lot of ill-chewed food into the stomach, will, I think, do very well for one day, hut it will soon get a man's stomach out of fix, and he will die if he keeps it up long. All the supper I have eaten for years has been a biscuit and a cup of milk, or some corn bread with my mil...

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. — 12 November 1885

T V TV 1 1T1 mitlfTTTI JONESBORO, TENN., NOV, 13, 1885. Fine green applet Dell in Jonesboro at twenty-five and thirty cents a bushel. with the carrying of the "cross malls" last Monday. The members of the M. E. Church South are preparing to warm their church edifice with a heater this winter. Adam Wagner of the third district, . one of our oldest and most worthy cltl- Vftna la nnt flvnpf.tivl in Iita Innov - ' - - o- . ; Stockmen inform us that there are more good horses and cattle for sale in ... this county than there has been for years bsforoi' ' ' ' . , - An unknown thief broke into Dr. " Armstrong's warehouse last Thursday night and stole kout fifteen gallons of V Tlio funeral sermon of little Guy Bacon fm be preached at uunaio mage by Rev. W. A. Keen, November 15. That day would have' been Guy's fifth birth- jClerk'fthlnW issued the followlne marriage licenses: On the 7th, to Ilarvey Pritchard and Tiney McCurrdy, and on the 9th-to J. W. Green and Laura T. -Grubbs., . Ji a; tS....

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