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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 November 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED BVEBY THURSDAY BY IB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Adcance. r. ukowslow, Editor. JONE9BORO, TESX.. NOV, 13. 1883. Whkkever the Mugwump sits nowa days, there Is the foot of the table. Last Monday the President appointed General Don Carlo Buell pension agcat at Louisville, Ky. Benjamin F. Butler has just cele brated his 07th birthday. By another year this able reformer will be old enough to take a hand in politics. BARTnoLDi having arrived in this country, the New Yorkers should lose no time in striking him for- a contribu tion to the pedestal fund. James A. Bayard, the oldest son of the Secretary of Stale, has been appointed 8ecretary of tho Territory of Arizona. The family must bo provided for.; The willipus wallopus of civil service refiAm has been fitted out with a new crew and oiled up for the fall season. Colonel Dorman B. Eaton will run the machine on the old schedule. Please hang this upon a hook: Na- tional Democratic ticket, 1888 Presi...

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. — 12 November 1885

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Why Hiitlrr Down's Com. First Because nf wine dlsorjriuittrtl or unlu-nllhy condition of the cow. Second On wcouut of the unwholt gome food and water supplied. Third Want of proper cleanliness in milking and setting the milk. Fourth-Lack of right condition In the raising of cream pure nlr nnd the proper temperature. Fifth Tito cream not raised and skim med iu due time. SUth Cream not churned at the prop er time kept too long.' Seventh Cream nllowed to free! In jured mill more In thawing. Eighth Cream too warm when churn ed. Ninth Oroum loo cold. Tenth Churn not a good one. Eleventh Lary hand at the churn, borne iwrsnn have the churn around nearly nil day, summer or winter; take a few turns, "and then mop; fool around and begin again. Can not make good butter ho. Use a box or barrel chum; begin moderately, anil continue m till no morn vent is needed, and then go on at a good pace, without Hopping till the but ter comes. When the cream Is petfrvt 'KOIOHON RATH." ou...

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. — 19 November 1885

ribune J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY,-NOVEMBER 19, 1885. VOL. 16, NO. 39. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Herald '1 I". it II t :fcf y vf P f. EX-SENATOR SHARON. POINTS IN THE CAREER OF REMARKABLE MAN. Early Relations with Ralston, Who Af terward Became Bli Banking Part ner How He Beeame a SllTcr King Through a Rich "Strike." Ex-Senator Wm. Sharon, who died in San Francisco, on Friday, Novem ber 18, was a native of the State of Ohio. Ho was born in the little Quaker settlement of Smlthfleld, in"Easlern Ohio, near Steubenville. He has relatives of the same name still living in that part of the State, where he was tendered a recep tion a fw years ago by his cousin, Dr. Sharon, a practicing physician of Steu benville. ' ! . Senator Sharon's father was a well-to-do farmer in Smlthfleld, taking his pro ducts by wagon to Steubenville to. mark et, where he soon became known as one of the reliable residents of the county. Wm. Sharon was born January 9, 1821, and after some preparatory studies went t...

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. — 19 November 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. A BAD AFFAIR. Mr. Joha B. JONESBORO. TENN., NOT. 19, 1880. Whltaksr Tsand Dead la ' HU Roam. About 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon onr -A now roof has been put on the John to,,,, WM thrown into a state of excite- A. Wild residence. r ment by the renort that Mr. John H. H. Peoples has completed his new Whiuker lay dead in hit room at hii ho- itable in tne upper ena oi town. tel. The fact that Mr. Whiuker u Chancery Court convenes here next known by many to have been in good Monday, Chancellor St John presiding. health and humor on the previous even Dath of Mr. Alio Bell 8tcphnon. Died. Mrs. Alice Bell Stephenson, wife or w. it. btepnenson, or Jonesboro, Friday, November 13, 1885, aged 87 years, 1 month and 18 days. At the Planter's House, Jonesboro, on the morning of the above date Alice Bell, daughter of Rev. A. H. and Lydia Nelson Mathes, laid down her mortal burden and entered into rest. J. J. Hunt has bought and is improv ing a neat residence near the mill spring. ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 November 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED BVKBT THURSDAY BY THE HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Advance. W. F. Beowklow, ...... Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., NOV. 18. 1885. Prodigal Mugwump Father, I have sinned "Yes. tou have, and now yon are going to catch it." Nev Vertion, Governor Hill, of New York, is pushing his presidential boom straight ahead. This is what Mr. Cleveland gets for his $1000. The Free traders will try to strip (in clo Randall of his power in Congress of course they will. They are bound to have a row at any cost, and Uncle Ran dall will accommodate them. Unclb Randall has taken up his res idence In Washington for the Winter. Gentlemen who want to assist Stephen G. Cleveland In saving the country will please address Uncle Randall as per above notice. It's strange what has become of the Democratic old time wail about the num ber of public offices exceeding the public requirements. Now their anxiety is solely to find enough holes for all the pegs. Rouert GiBSOiff of Moberl...

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. — 19 November 1885

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. The Farmcn and Their Duly. The following remarks from a New York cotcmporary are so much in accord with our own views, that we give them a place in our columns as worthy of all acceptation: "The many complaints which come from the farmers unques tlonably have some foundation. The past year has not been a very prosperous one for those who devote a large share of their labor to the raising of wheat, and the crop of the previous year, though nimndfint in auantitv. sold at so low a iiric'e that the farmer was much disheart ened. But his embarrassments are in a large measure due to mistake, which he himself can remedy, if he will. Certain ly, the experience of the past few years ought to lead to an earnest and deter mined effort to improve the methods of agriculture in this country, so that the prosperity of this great industry may de pend less than it does now upon the pro duction of a few chief staples for distant markets. The farmer, as well as the country, needs d...

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. — 26 November 1885

Tribune ft & ? T7 J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1885. VOL. 16, NO. 40. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. .Herald POISON IN THE BREAD. A BOSTON SERVANT GIRL'S AT TEMPT TO MURDER AN EN - TIRE FAMILY. Artenlc Placed la tha Floor Barrel by the Suspected Womu-Member of the Taully ' Brought Near to Death and Suffering , Intenee A (en jr. Boston, Not. 18. Miss Annie Lyons, a prepossessing young woman, was ar rested to-day on a charge of attempted wholesale poisoning of the family and servants of Charles W. Parker, of this city. It was only by the active exertions of the physicians that the intended vic tims were saved from a horrible death. The woman Lyons was up to a few days ago employed as cook by Mr Parker and gave satisfaction to her employer, but could not agree with the other serv ants, and on account of frequent contro versies she was discharged. A short time before this Mr. Parker had purchased a barrel of flour and about half of this had been used. The cook made bread out ...

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. — 26 November 1885

Uota Stt HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO, TENN., NOV. 26, 1885. Mr. David Bashor of Boon's Creek lost a little boy last week with croup. The Grand Army Post met in the Knights of Honor hall Saturday last Two new members were mustered in at the meeting. There are twenty-nine cases on the appearance docket at this term of the Chancery court This is the largest docket for a number of years. Mr. Adam Wagner, a resident of dis trict No. 8, died last Friday of cancer, from which be has been suffering for some time. He was aged 78 years. A large number of fruit trees is being delivered to the people of this county this season. This section is admirably adapted to fruit growing and no crop pays better. Joncsboro shippers have contributed I three hundred turkeys, during the post two days, toward furnishing the tables of thankful Georgians at Atlanta, Macon and Augusta. A change of schedule went into ef fect on the Norfolk & Western road last Sunday. The corrected time table will appear in ...

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. — 26 November 1885

x fr HERALD AND TRIBUNE. 3KE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 o liar, Adcance. y. p. B bow slow, - - - - - ' Editor. JONESBORO, TEXN., NOV- 2". TnE cold wac appears to have arrived in unbroken packages. Tim Unitarian clearly have Iho first four letters of their name on the Servians. Over a hundred men were dismissed from the Brooklyn Navy Yard last week for lack, not of work, hut elections. A new fashionable shade of gray is called "frichtened mouse." Probably the complementary color will be entitled "pursuing cat" The smallpox is gradually disappear ine from Montreal. The American bank -nl,ior In the town have stared it out of countenance. The Paris Figaro hears of a movement to abolish the presidency of the United StntM. This is nrobablv a scheme in the interest of Brother Hendricks. Anotuer New York financier is in jail. The public will be glad to know that the road of crooked speculation is leading to prison instead of to Canada. The President is stil...

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. — 26 November 1885

FARM ANDHOUSEHOLD. Forest Lemres and Forest Mould. The trees of the forest, by their annual deposit of leaves and fruits, and finally by the fall and decay of their trunks, prepare valuable beds of humus or forest mould for the use of gardeners and farm ers. All who are wise avail themselves of this decayed vegetable matter, which Is a wonderfully recuperative agent and greatly prized, especially by market gardeners and florists. Leaf mould, notably that of hard wood trees, such as oak, hickorj'i beech, wal nut and others, contains valuablo fertiliz ing material and Is In excellent condition for the amenlioration of the soil. It is not as a fertilizer alone that it benefits the land; it tends also to mellow the soil and open it to the action of the rain and the sun, as well as to the roots of plants. Leaf mould has been found especially useful on close clay soils that need aerat ing, as well as on light lands destitute of the required amount of humus. Forest leaves, that are freshly...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 December 1885

15 - t f VOL. 16, NO. 41. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 3, .1885. ' if $1 A YEAR IN ADYANCE. Iribiine. , , -r , . If :1 fl s 3 51 if. M V: j THOMAS A; HENDRICKS,' - - - - -- .. .- VICE-PRESIDENT' OF THE U. S ,..tDEAD. x History of tha Dead SUUrau'i C Mourning la Indianapolis. Indiakapolib, Ihd., Not. !J5. Vice President Hendricks died , Tory suddenly at his residence. a few minutes before 3 - o'clock this afternoon . He came fro n 'Chicago early in the week and-complaln-ed of feeling unwell, but nothing serious was thought of it at the time. . Last night . he and Mrs. Hendricks attended the re ' ' ception at the residence of Hon. John J. Cooper, and after Jie came home he com plained of pains la his side s4 stomach. t;XhlB morning. he was no better, and his ' family physician, Dr. Thompson, was" . ( called in. CHogave him an emetic, -and -.later 1ri the daj an injection." ' Mr. Hen- drlcks stayed in his room all day, the most of the time in bed, although he sat up at freq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 December 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO, TENN.. DEC. 8. , 1885. County court next Monday. Circuit court a week from next Mon- ay- .. . Sure cure for the blue "Peek's Bad Boy." - A lively business haa been transacted ;)hU court in granting divorce. ; The time for buying cbool book at the Introductory rate expired Tuesday, Dec. 1. Mr. R. M. May baa put up a band some new ilgn , the handiwork of Mr. Ike Alkln. ' The Hkiuld and Tribukb want a live, wide awake correspondent at every postofflce ia this county. - vwWe learn tbatthemumps invaded the borne of Rev. Mr, Barnett last week, at tacking, however, only one member of hi family. t- : i little child of 6amuel Rhine (col ored) while playing about on the floor last Monday upset a teakettle of hot wa ter, which badly scalded its lower limbs. - Two oases of mumps developed In town, last week. We are pleased to be able to state that the parties are convales cent. and there are no signs of an epi demic. : . CapV Sevier and the corporation 'i have don...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 December 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHID BVEBY THURSDAY BT THE HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Year, in Adianee. JONESBOBO, TENN., DEC. 8, 1885. The tariff tinkers must have their fun, even if it embarrasses the business of the entire country. . ' Cokobess ought to pass a bankrupt law, but most likely it will not. It will iu inn hiisv fnnlint? with the silver and SV W m,j - O tariff questions. One blemish upon the memory of the modern Thanksgiving day is the grow. ing tendency to devote it to giving thanks and nothing else. ' Tint nmn who carries his soul in his purse is no worse than the one who car ries his purse in his soul. The shrinkage is frightful in both cases. The great difficulty with the Mug wump party is that its mug is so much binsrer than its wumo a clear case of big head and little sense. Mb. Vilas, postmaster general, makes a most encouraging showing in his de partment. The deficiency ii reported at $8,881,671 for the fiscal year. The scarcity of dimes is probably ac counted for...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 December 1885

FARM ANDHOUSEHOLD. Weaning and Wintering Colt. It is with colt as with an infant in judicious practices at time of weaning may lay the foundation for disturbed di gestions, and In the case of the colt, this comes at a very inopportune time, as the winter with its dry feed and deprivation of crass reauires to be met. The colt is' readily weaned, and this .can be done with safety, provided the change bo made gradually, suitable food being given, and this with care. The dam is readily re lieved of her milk, her small udder has room for but little at a time, and she soon ceases to give milk. A colt that is worth raising at all is worth giving all the care that is necessary in order that it may de velop to the best advantage from the start, losing no ground. To reach this end requires more judgment and care than is usually exercised upon tio aver age farm. Some farmers advocate giving no grain to young colts, relying upon hay, after frost. The effect of this treat ment is to give them . ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 December 1885

Tribune. VOL. 16, NO. 42.. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, TIIURSDA DECEMBER 10, 1885. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. WORK FOR CONGRESS. QUESTIONS THAT DEMAND CON SIDERATION. A Prospect that Thsy Will be Neglected Far a Useless Tariff DUoaiilon. If bile the Democrats ate preparing to watte tbe coming session of Congress by making another assault upon the tariff, thus prolonging the still depressed condi tion of manufactures and general trade, It may be of Interest to mention some of the other prominent questions that will press for consideration. Perhaps the most important is the silver question. This is likely to take up good deal of time, as many members have already an nounced that they are preparing speeches ' on the subject The Librarian of Congress recently said that he had a greater demand 'for literature bearing on this subject than upon any other. But the problem is not likely to be solred. Only 135 members voted at the close of the last session for Mr. Randall's motion to stop - the coinage ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 December 1885

HERALD AM) TRIBUNE. JONESBORO, TENN., DEC. 10, 1885. Oh, the wonder a wedding arouse In the minds of the fern ile sex! They are enrloo, they are furlotu At detail! that them perplex; And In more than a hundred bouses. Where there lives a maid or dame. Though they may not know either belle or bean. They are talking Juat the tame. And the end of the consultation On the bridal pair wilt be llisb hiiejr an uiuainu ivuuurou, jou auow, v And the ceremony aee. If the mall bring them no Invitation. "O, 'twas sent but novercame." They will say to yon, and they'll take a pew And they'll see It Just the same- Ex. Butler & Taylor have closed out tbetr meat market. -WI1d frntiu aia dpstrnvinfr wheat o ,t o along the streams. Mr. James H. Dosser has butchered 175 hogs during the past week. Watch the columns of the II. A T. (or advertisements of holiday goods. The annual meeting of Rhea Lodge for the election of officers occurs Monday, Dec. 21. The Sunday schools are beginning to make arrangem...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 December 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY BY THE HERALD ANDTRIBUNECO. At $1 a Year, in Advance. JONESBORO, TENN., DEC. 10, 1883. Louis J. Jennings, the American edi tor, is a member-elect of the new British Parliament. The Mormons threaten bloodshed un less the prosecution of the Edmunds law is abandoned entirely. . Canon Faruab says one of the respon sibilities of this nation is to "strangle the growth of mammon worship." If Congress went about it earnestly it might give the country a presidential succession law as a Christmas gift. The new Civil Service Commission an ' nounccs itself ready for work. Well, the work is ready for it. Let the merry wheel go round. Mexico begins to feel natural once more. After an astonishing number of weeks of peace, it Is having a first-class, old-fashioned revolution The new Legislature elected in Dakota on the 3d of November will have thirty members in the Senate aud ninety-eight members in the House. Only two or three are Democrats. After heari...

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. — 10 December 1885

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Tl Poultry Tard. There is nothing so frulti-lof disease and death among chickens as damp, un-1 clean quarters. Oftentimes dampness is found under brood coops, caused by the coop remaining upon ono pjacc all day. All brood coops should be removed just before sundown to ground that has had the full effect of the drying sun and wind throughout the day. In rainy weather a dry board should take the place of the damp ground. Young chickens show the effects of dampness in tcvcral ways. The brood may only appear at first slightly indisposed, the chicks less active, finally becoming lifeless and dying from do ap parent cause. In other instances the chick is noticed to dran its body as if constantly under great pressure. Indi gestiou ami inflammation are the active causes of distress, the chick growing rapidly weak and soon dying. The least evldcnco of dampness is manifested in acute catarrh, or more commonly in rheu matism in the feet and legs. The chick is found suddenly...

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. — 17 December 1885

lj r. -Us & ft. '.. If HP J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THUBSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1885. V0L.16,m 43. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. y f 6' .tierald v V-t ra ot yi )HK bt 1 1 COI1 to. IA. Hi Wltll lf tlltl (alii In St. :r than c and PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. NATIONAL INTERESTS SURVEY. ' ; " ' ED. . Peaea with Foreign Xatlon Compultory Coinage of Silver Denounced Department Topic. of his message, Is one urging the imme diate amendment of the law relating to the presidential succession. . " BRIEF COMMENT. President Cleveland's Message after reference to the death of Vice President Hendricks and the Constitutional rela tions between the Executive and the Leg islative Departments of Government, an- . nounccs that the United States continued ' to be on friendly terms with., all foreign Power. Austria having objected to Mr. Kelley for reasons the President could not recognize, the Mission to that tsoun ' . try remains vacant. The Nicaragua Ca .' . nal Treaty is withheld from resubmission to the Senate, but som...

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. — 17 December 1885

HERALD AND' TRIBUNE. PUBI.ISniD IVIRT THURSDAY BY TBS HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO , . At (1 a Tear, in Adtanc. . JONESBORO, TENN., DEC. 17, 1885. Grand Amy Poit Saturday. Sam Butler has opened a pool room in the Lampion building. Rhea Lodge meets Monday night next Thos. Bacon shipped the first carload of stock of the season from Jonesboro last week. Contrary to expectations, the candi dates failed to put in an appearance at Jonesboro this week. New signs from the brush of I. II. Alkln adorn the stores of J. J. Hunt and Miss Eugenia Murphey. .' r-The ladies will show you how to handle the broom, in a scientific manner, at Music Hall next Tuesday night. Morristown has a nswly organized building association. Thirty shares ag gregating $6000 are already taken. - Jonesboro is having quite a boom just now: A provision store, a book store, a restaurant, a' pool room all started during the past week, Mr' J. I.' Hawkins has opened a feed, livery and sale stable in the Planters' House barn, where h...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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