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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 December 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JOXESBOKO. TEN'N., PEC. 17, 1885. The Democrats continue to call John Sherman an Iceberg. They probably ex pect a chilly time of it. Senator Beck, of Kentucky, is in dignant at the President's silver policy, and trill do all be can to smash it. The trouble with this Administration is that it is too anxious to reduce the tariff and too indifferent to reducing the public debt. ' The Government is likely to be placed under the cruel necessity of shooting and hanging a few hundred Mormon outlaws in the interest of reform. Is the twelve Massachusetts cities which voted on the local option question last Tuesday eleven adopted license and one only choose prohibition. Genehai, Logan's declination of the Senate's presidency probably spoiled more Democratic cditoriul matter than any one man s act during the present generation. IP William II. Vandcrbilt had done nothing else to win public respect,' the American people would always be rever ently grateful for bis delicate ge...

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. — 17 December 1885

FARM AXDHOUSEIIOLD. " Haw to Reclaim Old Field. Plant tiiem in locust It matters not bow badly washed the fields may he, they will grow locust trees, which in a few years will be worth for fencing pur poses, many times the value of the land. Mr. Vance of Giles county, a few years ago planted a worn-out hillside with lo. cust, and he expressed the opinion that it yielded a greater profit than any part of his farm. Mr. P. Alexander of New Liberty, Ky., has ten acres planted in lo cust, now ten years old. Not only is the timber worth twice as much as the land, but the grazing capacity of the land has been immensely improved, llo advises, in tlieitfwM and Farm those who have fields washed into innumerable gullies, which arc year by year growing worse, to plant black locust. Level down, he says, the bad places so the team can cross. Plow and plant in corn early. If nlantcd one wav. set trees in every fifth or sixth row, fifteen feet apart. The cultivation is not so much for the crop as f...

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. — 24 December 1885

ribune. TIT J d era JONESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1885. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. 16, NO. 44. DEMOCRATIC ECONOMY. REVELATIONS FROM THE ESTIMATES. Asking for $78,000,000 More Than Wae Given to tha Republican. Washikgton, Dec. 13. The first offl. cial document placed in tlie hands of the . members of Congress when they reached the Capitol was the book of estimates. It is a large quarto volume of 844 pages and within its covers are contained about all the details that ever reach the m bersofthe $300,000,000 and more ex pended to maintain the Government. These hundreds of pages of figures, giv ing estimates for the next fiscal year, with appropriations for the current year, have a dry and uninteresting look, and it is doubtful if one member in ten pays much attention to them. The work of examination is left to the committees hav ing the matters in charge. But a scrutiny of these estimates for the next fiscal year throws a flood of light on the meaning of "reform" as inte...

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. — 24 December 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. J.ONESBORO, TENN., DEC. 24, 1885. Marriage and death notices, Dot exceeding ten Unei, Inserted free of charge. Obituaries, oyer ten lines, will be chanted at ball reading matter ratea. headed them off as they turned up one of the alleys leading toward town from the railroad. He took them to the cooler and the curtain dropped on the first scene. The grand finale wag a double act by the pair in which Julia put up $3 and Mag sojourned in the calaboose for a half day. A "Merry Christmas" and a "Happy New Year." Findlay Hale is still a resident at the county hotel. Our regular court pro ceedings show the disposition made of his case. Mr. W. Q. Mathcs shipped 83 bar rels of turkeys from this place, and 10 barrels from Johnson City, (in all some 1125 fowls) to Georgia this week. We learn that one of our go-a-bcad citizens is In correspondence with a gentleman in Ohio, who is desirous of coming to Jonesboro to establish a bank. The dwelling of Mr. John Murry In the 8th d...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 December 1885

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PCBLISIIED KVMtY THUUSDAY BY TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At (1 a Tear, in Advance. JONESBOItO. VENN , DEC. 24, 1885. Acconrcws u tfttttjr "Joe" Black burn, the California theatre manager who put up a sign, saying: J'Pleaa do not shoot the pianist, she is doing the best she can," expressed the feelings of the Democrats towards Cleyeland exactly. The characteristic comment of the Democratic papers on the decision of the Democratic Supreme judges in Ohio on t lie fraudulent election returns in Cincin nati is; "J,et the Republicans howl." Jcdoe Atiierton, whom the Demo cratic clerk of Hamilton county has kept on the Supreme Court bench of Ohio as long as he could, ran 11,000 rotes behind his ticket and was defeated by 28,887 plurality last October. Pkesidest Cleveland wants $7,000 more money to run the White House than gtifilccd for thatjmrpose under General Arthur. And yet he started in with a great show of cutting off the newspa pers and discharging messengers. The P...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 December 1885

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Plugging Leaky Teats. George Harris, of Orange county, N. Y., writes us that lie has a cow from whose udder milk begins to drip about noon, lie made small pegs of seasoned maple, about an inch long, tapered to a blunt point, smoothed with fine sandpa per. These little plugs are carefully in serted into the opening of the teat for about two-thirds their length, when milk ing is done. They retain their position, and are taken out carefully at the next milking time. lie says: "They work splendidly." It will be necessary in similar wises to observe three things, namely, to have the plugs largo enough to hold, small enough to stretch the sphincter muscle which surrounds the mouth of the teat, and in withdrawing the plugs, to do so slowly, so that no air can possibly enter the udder, as this would be very sure to cause inflammation. American Agriculturist. All kinds of domestic animals fed upon dry hay require an abundant sup ply of water. It is true that sheep can liv...

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. — 7 January 1886

tier une VOL. 1G, NO. 45. J0XESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 188C. aia ; JJll ill VU I VU. I i - ... , WASHINGTON NOTES. AGES OF CONGRESSMEN. The Oldest and Yotingeit Meinbere of the Home Points About Other Leaders. The oldest mail in this Congress is John T. Wait, of Connecticut, who was born in 1811 and is seventy-four years of age. The youngest man is William Mc Adoo, of New Jersey, who was born in Ireland, October 25, 1853, aud is thirty two years old. Next to him comes Char lie Voorhces, of Washington Territory, who is the son of Dan Voorhces and who is also thirty-two, but who was born in June Instead of October. There are in the present Congress four men who are over seventy Wait, of Connecticut ; El dridge, of Michigan; Singleton, of Mis sissippi, and Judge Kellcy, ol Pennsylva nia. Twenty-seven members of the pres ent Congress have ages ranging between sixty and seventy; sixty-seven arc be tween fifty and sixty years of age; one hundred and thirty-eight are between ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 January 1886

HERALD AKD TRIBUNE. ri'm.miiKi) kvkiiv tiiimisuay iiy tub HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At $1 a Year, in Advance, JONESI501U), TENN., JAN. 7, ma. TEACHERS' INSTITUTE OT Washington County, lipid at Morning Star, Dec. 11 and 12, 18K5. FinsT Session FitiDAY Morning. The first institute for tho year 1885 0, win held lit Morning Star, Dec. 11 nnd 12. Mr. H. L. Pat Ion, Supt. of Public In struction, in calling tlie meeting to order said: Ladies and Gentlemen, The Teachers of Washington County have met here for the purpose of reiterating 'ionic of their most approved method of teaching, and, ninco we are responsible in a great mea sure for the moral as well as the intel lectual training of our country's future dependence, we feel it our duty to in voke Nim who gave us this honorable work to perform. W. C. Patton, stepping forward, led in an able prayer. E. J. IJaxtcr was ap pointed Secretary and .1. 1. Carson critic. The roll was ( ailed by districts; the following represents tin rate of attend an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 January 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO, TENN., JAN. 7, 18ho" Marilivjo and denth notices, not exceeding ton linos, lnsnrtud free of charge. Obituaries, over ten linos, will be charged lit hull' reading matter rates. A good number of new scholars en-teri-d the Graded School last Monday. The wife of Esq. Wagner died at her home, near Limestone, last week. "Sweet Sixteen," we don't know you. Please place your right name to future letters. A small colored child, adopted daughter of Sam Crawford, was buried Tuesday. What has become of the movement some months ago to secure au addition to the grave yard? The members of the traverse jury took a vote on prohibition last week, and all were for it. , The members of Rev. W. It. Barnett'a congregation gnve him a donation party Christmas eve. Five hundred and seventy-five tur keys have been shipped from Jonesboro since Christmas. Wc learn that a daughter of Mr. An derson Gray died at her home on Cedar Creek, Dec. 21th. A large amount of local matter is u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 January 1886

I J t 1 ' in y v s k ii 1 ' I FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Farm Hints for January. Of course, beforfl you take your vaca tion, the farm harness will be oiled and repaired, the wagons, and sleighs, and buggies and carriages, carefully examin ed and the nuts tightened. There will be a place for everything, and everything will be in its place forks, rakes, hoes, shovels, spades, chains, clevises, whittle trees, plows, cultivators, horse-rake, mow er, binder, roller, harrows, farm drill, garden drill, garden line, corn marker I am afraid my corn marker is sticking on the fence, but I have no expectation of taking a vacation, unless we may con clude that that is the proper place for it. Of course you will get the harrow teeth sharpened, and the wood-work saturated with crude petroleum. The manure will be nil diawn out and piled in the field. You will get everything ready for the lambf, and the pens will be made comfortable for tho early spring pigs. You will have a plenty of troughs and racks. Ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 January 1886

I-1 .7 FT VOL. 1G, NO. 4G. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1886. 1 1 V M B in buna Lieraia SI A YIMD IV invtvnr NATIONAL AFFAIRS. MAIL CONTRACTS AND MAIL CONTRACTORS. How the Speculative ntdder la Skid to Benefit the Government by Keep. Inp Down Prioes. The clerks In the office of the second assistant postmaster general will be very much occupied next mouth In looking over the bids which are now being receiv ed for carrying the malls on the star and steamboat routes in the western section of the country. As is known, the coun try is divided into four sections, and each year contracts are awarded for carrying the mails In one of these sections for the four ensuing years. The value of the service thus contracted for is about 3, 000,000 which the government pays in addition to the compensation given to railroads, which forms another branch of the mail service. Tha western section comprises all the country west of the Missouri, and the railroad service is pro bably less than...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 January 1886

HERALD AM) TRIBUNE. l'l'BI.TJI.I'.n KV1.HV 'l'lfSDAV I1Y TV.:'. HERA.LD AND TRIBUNE CO -14 1 a Year, in Advance. JONESBOIH), TENN., JAN. 14,1880. The fellows who were going to beat John Sherman so easily are looking for contr.ct3 for shoveling snow. The trade dollar has reappeared in Congress. Senator Mitchell was on hand early with a bill for its redemption. The New Orleans Exposition is finan cially embarrassed again. This, however, is not exactly in the nature of news. Is the National House of Representa tives there are 42 Johns, 27 Jameses, 40 "Williams. 21 Charleses, 17 Thomases and 10 Georges. Notwithstandinu the changs in the rules of the House, the country will con tinue to measure the conduct of that body by the same old yardstick of truth and public interest. The Congress elected in 1886 will he the Fiftieth, and as the life of each body is two years the next one will complete- a century of congressional life under the present Constitution. The general opinion in Wisconsin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 January 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, f JOXESBOHO, TENN JAN. 14, 1880. Marriage and death notices, not exoocdlng ten lines, Inserlud free of charge. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged at naif reading matter rate. Chucky river is f rozcu over. Circuit Court formally adjourned Tuesday. Several hogs were frozen to death Sun day and Monday nights. An installation of officers of the K. of II. occurred Thursday night last. Mr. J. A. Febuary has another ac cession to his family a buxom little girl. Stock drivers throughout the coun try are laid up on account of the streams being frozen. What has became of the mass meet ing? Is it possible that the cold has frozen It out toot The number of marriage licenses is sued in Washington county during the year 1885 was 137. Wo understand that a secret Relief Committee have been operating on sev eral wood piles lately. 0. F. Squibb has shipped four car loads of mules during the past two weeks and Is looking for more. ' -"Yes, sir; this Is right cool." Now, ge...

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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. — 14 January 1886

FARM AM) HOUSEHOLD. i The Dairy MiikIiiohs In East Tenuesnre. i I lmvo never doubted "the nrrietieiiiiill ' ty aiil value of the dairy business in East Tennessee," and have been astonish ed that so little attention lias been given to the matter. Nature, In my judgement, has made East Tennessee a dairy region, that is to say, if a splendid climate, pure waters and the capacity of the soil to pro duce grass have anything to do with the making of a fine article of butter and cheese. There is and can be no better climate than ours for the business. To be sure our summer seasons are some what warm, but that dilliculty may be greatly obviated by cold spring water everywhere abundant in our valleys. No finer springs none cooler than abound here, and if butter is not properly pre served and docs not retain its solidity and freshness it is because of tbo care lessness and inattention of those who handle It. In Virginia and many other places butter is carefully packed and kept in excellent co...

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 January 1886

& ' v N j VOL. 1G, NO. 47. JONESDOHO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JAN Ml Y 21, 1880. $1 A YEAH IX ADVANCE. SHERMAN ELECTED. REPUBLICANS GAIN THE DAY. The Republican Delegation from Ham ilton County Seated, A Uraml Day's Work lty the Kepuhlitan Kepreiientatives in the Ohio Legis-latur-(irave Charges. Commius, 0., Jan. 12. These are piping times for the Republicans of Ohio, and the great wave in its reaction sweeps everything before it. To day the great conspiracy to get control of the last stronghold held by the Republicans in the National Government received a stunning blow, and the beginning of the end of corruption and Coal-oil Democra cy in the Buckeye State made. Said Mr. Cole to day in frantic oratory, on the Democratic side: "It is revolution." Ah, yes; it is revolution, even as it is revolution that brings the under side of the world out of the nether darkness of night and sweeps it up into the blooming light of the breaking day. It is the rev olution that works itself out in th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 January 1886

mM) AM) TRIUrXK. I'l in.HUI'.l) I.UKV Tlirit-I'AY i.y -iiik H I'iRALEI AND TlilBUN F. CO If (II I , loNKHUlit), TI'.NN., .1 AN. ss. Thkim: appears to be n j:ood deal ,,f Standard oil in (lie wcdimr-nt of Ohio pel-iiii-'. ioi:iiNou lln.r., of New York, is - licinin;; for the presidency in 1 sss. If t.n1 .Murivumps were only alive, how this j :iiiair would make tlicm squirm! Ik thre inuM hen row between the Semite atel the President, let it come. However, Mr. Cleveland should takeout an .'.eri.lent policy before t'ne hall open?. Siisvruit llo.u: has been Hie target of a yood deal of Deinoctatic abuse, hut the measures he" has introduced in the present Congress compel reluctant admir ation from the patty's organs. Ik the Indianapolis Sentinel retiresenls i tlie views of the Demoeraev in Indiana, t!i, party there is as w ild for silver ihlla tinn t i day as it wa". for iireenbacl; inlhi tion ten years ago. l'llh'yi'KXT Cl.r.Vi:i.ANl seems to be having great dillieulty in tilling the oll...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 January 1886

IIKUAU) AM) TRIMCNK. .Mt.NI-NBOIJO, J I-. N N . , .IAN 1 SMi, M.i ri In jn ami il.'iitli HoUrcs, not eM-ivdlng leu liiK'H. 1 1 1 .'(It ' I Irceol cliiui;... t I ) t HJl ll r-i . OVl'lti'll lilies, Wll In. eharui'tl III hull I'l'i'lf till '4 Hint 'IT Mill M , The youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. .1. A. I'obiiary disd Thursday last. Tho lever which lias been prevalen, at Noon's Creek wo loarn is abating. Mrs. Moody of Boou'h Crook, moth i i in-law of Mr. John Wilburn, was buried Tuesday last. nays il. was a --The oldest inhabitant "little colder" Ihan tho "cold Saturday' in is:t." hourly fifty -one years ngo. Harriot Gibson, a colored woman aged about thirty years, died Sunday morning and was intorred Monday after noon. In w riting for a change of nddress of your paper don't forgot to give the form er poslolliee as well as tho one when you want it sent. The name of Jomldstown has been substituted for that of Clear Creek in the postollice in our county known bv the latter name. The fathe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 January 1886

FARM AM) HOUSEHOLD. Mints About Whiter I'Ikh. The i'linnr;- who is this ycur iimklng liis lira experiment in riusinj; winter jiiy-, would do well tolcir in mind, that in Iii- ( :ti to inula- his breed -sow liens stiui; tin. I i.wy, he i.-i every whit as likely to overrun the mark, as the reverse. His anxiety to have rverylliitit; as warm and ctiinfoiliilile as possible, will be very apt to lead him to close till means of ventila tion, to exclude even u proper amount ol liu'ht, or to j.ive the little strangers no chance whatever for exercise. Then lie will probably be aioni,hel to find that his piirs, though .seemingly healthy and t'n lvinjr, suddenly heirin to die off. It is r.ot from beinn' lain upon, evidently; it surely cannot bo from starvation; and com is out 01 mi! question. 1 here is no apparent cause to his mind for this start liirr mortality: ninlyr-t the explanation is simple cnoiiuii, viz., vitiated atmosphere, ami men or exercise, l' arm animals are not so widely differe...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 January 1886

JLripune. nera spa VOL. 1G, NO. 42. JOXESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 188(5. si 1 VI? H) iv mr ivii.1 , . v- " '"an in CONGRESSIONAL. PROCEEDINGS IN BRIEF. Various Mutter t'uder Consideration by Iloth IlOIISf S. Jan. 18. In the Senate, Mr. Sherman resumed the chair. A number of petitions were prcseuted. Senator Cullom'i report on Inter state commcrco was submitted, together with a bill. Five thousand copies of the report were ordered printed. Mr. Ingalls offered a resolution directing the Secretary of the Treasury to report what proportion of the $10,000,000 U. S. bonds recently called are held by National banks. It went over. Mr. Frye offer ed a resolution, which went over, declaring that the commission to adjust the fisher ies question, which Is recommended in the President's message, ought not t6 be provided for by Congress. Mr. Eustis then addressed the Senate on the silver question. A resolution of Senator Harris to admit Hon. J. C. Moody, of Dakota, to the floor duri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 January 1886

EllAlil) AM) Till DUNE. I'l'ltUSHKll KVKItY TIII'HSUAV I1Y TIIK HERALD ANDTRIDUNECO At $1 a Year, in Ad en nee. JOXKSnOKO, TENN., JAX. a, 10. Tin: Hour bill, for tins regulation of tlm Presidential succession, received tlie signature of Hie l'rraicloiit. It is accord ingly now i law, and nn accidental suc cessor of the President would not be Sherman, but Hay aid. Tin:iii: is hiic tiling to lie grateful for in the results of the recent phenomenal storms. They have completely paralyzed the "oldest inhabitant," destroyed his authority, made him look ridiculous, and ln short dethroned him from the bvd em inence he had occupied so long. For this relief much thanks. The tyranny of the "oldest inhabitant" in the matter of weather has been intolerable, and there is poetic justice in the fact that the weather has caused his downfall. 'I'm: express companies will be pleased at the bill introduced in the Semite to in crease the rate of fourth-class postal mut terdry goods, samples, seeds, etc....

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