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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 January 1886

HERALD AM) TIUIULNE. JONESBOHO. TKNN.. JAN 2. 1KS0 Mimlnno nml ilon Ml notices, not exccrdhiK len Much. inserted free of rhnriie. oi)liuiuic. overtoil linos, will ho churned nt hall rcmlliiK mnttor niton. Jonesboro is to lmvo a bank. The young folks contemplate giving a carnival at the skating rink nt an early lay. Tim county authorities arc arrang ing to work tlii? convicts on the public roads. As we go to press Wednesday evening we learn that Mr. Richard Oliver living about four miles from Jonesboro is dy ing. Mr. James Bright of the lower end f if this county Hhipped a car load of cattle from here Wednesday, the first of the reason. A gentleman of our town was in Knoxvillc Tuesday and attempted to hear Moody but could not get nearer the church door than fifty yards. An election for town officers will be held Saturday. Several candidates have announced themselves. Three tickets are in the field at this writing (Wednes day). J. II. Taylor has purchased the in terest of J. S. Butler...

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 January 1886

9 a. a I, a 8 1 4 FA KM AN I) HOUSEHOLD. Shoeing the Huns. Thu horse, the kIioc and the smith, is the latter, says the Turf, Field and Farm, responsible for nearly nil the trouble our horses have. They cut find slash away on the fret until all the life is gone. They nail the shoe on with seven or eight nails when four or live would answer every purpose and lie so much brtter for the foot. They shoe the poor horse now as they did one hundred years a;,fo. They employ hoys, in many cases, to nail and trim the foot, who have no more idea of what they are doitisr than a monkey has of the weather predictions. The owners of horses stand around and say nothing, but allow them full sway. Oh, owners of horses, why will you allow the poor horse to be butchered? Why don't you stop and reason. Ask yourself, does the foot require so much cutting? I tell you right here no; they will not Bland it. Shoe the foot in the most simple way. The shoe, the rasp, and four or live nails for a '.'enilcman's'r...

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 February 1886

? N -t ! VOL. 16, XO. 43. J0XESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1880. $1 A YEAR IX ADVANCE. Herald tegJLriJbune. SOME APPOINTMENTS. THE QUESTION OF CONFIRMA TIONS. Anxiety of Southern ltepnhlluam Some, Typical Appointments. VicKsnriMi, Miss., Jan. 30. Southern Republicans arc watching the course of tho United States Senate in regard to the President's appointments with a great dear of interest. The offices in the South, with few exceptions, nrc now filled by Democrats. The majority of the Repub licans removed were Union soldiers who settled in the South at the close of the war. They were the first to go on the alleged ground of offensive partisanship. It is worthy of remark that much as has been said in the Democratic newspapers in the past in disparagement of the Re publicans holding office in tho South, the Administration has not discovered any thing wrong in their official records. General Burke, who "resigned" as Col lector at Mobile, Ala., received a letter last week from...

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 February 1886

HERALD AM) TMBlTXE. ITlll.l.-ilmi KVK1IY TlirilSDAV 11V Tilt: HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Year, in Advance. .IOXF.SP.OKo7 TEXX" FEU. 4," lHf-'d. Tiiet claim to have discovered great land frauds in Utah. Nothing is too bad to believe about that odorous territory. Oakland may not be willing to sell bis telephone stock for money, but be would gladly trnde. it off for a vindica tion. Tiii'.ki: is evidently a close telephone connection between all branch offices of the Departments of Justice mid the In terior. A hook entitled "How to Write a Let ter Correctly" is just out. Mr. Cleve land should rend it before be writes any more letters about the newspapers. Physicians say that insomnia is alarm ingly on the increase among our public men. Perhaps it is not insomnia. Per haps it is only a general revival of conscience. Til K Kentucky Legislature is discuss ing a bill to make gambling a felony. The measure is geuerally regarded as a blow at one of Kentucky's most cherish ed institutions....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 February 1886

HERALD AXD J1UBUNE. JONESBOHO, TENN., FEU 4, 1880 " Marring and death notices, not exceeding tun iineB, luauriuu iree 01 cnaree. Obituaries, over ten lines, will bo charged in 11 11 1 1 reuuuiK manor rules. More coasting. The ground hog saw his shadow and Jus hole is occupied. Quorum court was in session Mon day. The uiutil routine business was transacted. Mr. J. S. Butler contemplates build ing a lnrge tobacco warehouse adjoining -Mr. Anderson i stable. W. E. Mathes received a Jersey heifer from the W. II. Turley herd at -Mossy Creek last week. The John Wilds property on the out skirts of the town has been much im proved by the erection of a new fence. Two arrests were made Monday for violation of the town ordinances. One a colored man from Bristol arrested for in deceutly exposing himself near the depot. Lnited States Marshall J. J. Ivens last week appointed William T. Sains of flag Pond, Inicoi county, and Frank Robinson of Grecnevillc, Deputy Marsh als. Two capitalists were in t...

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

FAiniANDjlOUSEHOU). S t nl) In Mimiirr. The must valuables of nil fertilizers, say Mr. A. C. McDonulu, of Nova Sco tia, and the most ubuiulant if properly c.iri.l for nml intelligently lumiled, is stable manure. It is generally admitted that both in the liquid and solid form there is too much waste going on here. It is washed nway by he.ivy rains into ditches an.l ponds; it evaporates into thin nir, through neglect of moisture being added, as well as its exposure to atmos pheric fluencies. The aggregate waste to Mih country is a material calamity, especially in the liquid form, which is a double 'distilled fertilizer. This loss can mid should lie immediately stopped. How? Hi re the question of absorbents claims a reference. Whatever may be used for bedding and nbsorbeuts, whether swamp muck, a ton of which is worth for the object in view 10 tons of straw, line earth, sand, decayed leaves or straw, the liquid rich in phosphate and com pounds of nitrogen, must be taken up most scrupul...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 February 1886

V .tieraid In buna VOL. 10, NO. 44. J0XESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1880. $t A YEAR IX ADVANCE. a is WASHINGTON. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS 1 .vr j Hi Ihk Important In Few llrief Sentence Other Washington Ntn. SENATE. Feu. 1. Iu the Senato a number of executive ' report! and communications were received and reported. The renew nl of the Hot Springs leases went over. V Ull DlilJllIlllV.lt 1I..1UJUIIIMI UIILLIlllg I I the Committee on Military Affairs to re- ( . port a bill providing that Union soldiers shall be exempt from civil service exami nation before appointment. It went over for the present. The bill to divide part of the Sioux reservation in Dakota was passed. The Electoral count bill was de bated by Messrs. Hoar, Sherman, and In galls. At 4:25 the Senato went Into exec utive session, and at 5:23 p. m. adjourn ed. IIOl' BE. In the House, a resolution was adopted by unanimous conseut empowering the Committee on Expenditures in the De partment of Justice to investig...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 February 1886

.1 5 1 II KHALI) AND TKI1IUNE. I'rill.l.SIIll) KVIiltV 'I IH HS-DA Y IIY 'I II K HE.5ALD ANDTHIDUNE CO. At sfl a Year, in Adcanee. .10NESIJOKO, TENN., FEB. 11, 1880. Senatou Likian nuulo a powerful speech last week in favor of the iidmis. sion of Dakota as a State. The point of Mr. Wand's wordy silver resolution is a requirement that the Gov ernment shall distinctly define the policy it intends to pursue with reirard to coin nee and values. (iknkiui. IUti.kr in an interview comes to the rescue of Mr. Garland, in dicnlin.!; that lie has been retained to de fend the Pan-Electrician. General But ler is mi able criminal lawyer. Yiin u-wiN;i:i peace capricious bird that she is lias taken a roosting place in the. Stale Senate, of Ohio. If she don't tret tar on hrr pinions it will be simply because she is roo-tin very high. Ax Ohio doctor, who ha been collect ing facts about opium eatin;;, believes he can demonstrate that the use of narcotics is most common in towns whero the sale of alcoh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 February 1886

HERALD AM) TRIBUNE." JONKSBORO. fiiN'N., FEU 11, iss .Murrla40n111lflfnt.l1 notices, not excco.llmi ten linen, liiHf-rluil free of chaw. W iihllunilcs, overtoil linen, will ho churned nt hull rending iimttor ratci.. Sunday next is St. Valentine's day. Judge St. John is holding chancery court nt Elizabethton (his week. Dr. J. A. Peine intends to build a fine residence the coining spring. The Uoard of Enterprise lias a mem bership of 82 representative citizens of the town. Surveyor Nathan Shipley will com mcnec next week to lay off Reeves's ad 'dition to Joncsboro. Abtut twenty head of horses and mules passed through town Tuesday. Messrs. Sellers and MeLIit were (akin them south. The newly elected board of taxing district commissioners have organized. S. J. Kirkpatrick succeeds Tims II. Reeves as president. Joncsboro Short Line Telegraph Co, has run 11 wire from the depot to the post ofllce and W. 0. Mathes' store. They will do a "tick" business. We understand that when the hank is es...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 February 1886

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 February 1886

1 1 -- r, Tribune. Jtle VOL. 1G, NO. 45. J0NESB0RO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 188G. $1 A YEAR IX ADVANCE. raia " I h JT i - TENNESSEE. WONDERFULLY SIGNIFICANT POLITICAL FIGURES. The Stat Already Heavily Republican with the Vote Drought Out Some Interesting Reading1 for rolltlolaai. F. D. M., the-talcnted special corres pondent of the Cincinnati Commercial j Gazette, whose articles were so widely i rad durlnc the last campaigns In Vir-1 glnia and Ohio is now tho special Wash ington, D. C, correspondent of that pa per. The following article from his pen, on Tennessee politics, which recently ap peared in the above mentioned paper, will be of deep Interest to many readers. There are some Republicans who belong toe sisterhood g . Republican States who say thty hear a gentle knock at the outside door, and when they call out, "Who's there?" a pleasant voice replies, "Tennessee." "What do you want?" "If you please, I would like to come in. I hare been trying for a long time to reac...

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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. — 18 February 1886

t ' I iTIII.I. Ml 1j i'.v i'i . I' :;.-!' I.V 'i I'.. H i i v . ) A -i J "'ii '.J J iN .2 ;X'. .! vl ,( in Ai'r.i ..v. Kkvai;is lo lh(! extent of lime been olTfi-i'.l by tiic i;t!tiu of Tennessee for the rapiiiPi! of fugitives from justice diiriii': the past live years. In Vn.-tnin;ton City Ihoy are already diso is-iiii llio next IVcidcntitd situation. Cleveland is spoken of as a third parly candidate. The Tennessee Supreme Court has de cided Unit Mayor Thos. A. Kerchival (Republican) is entitled to his salary, the Democratic legislators having passed a bill abolishing it. The Commissioner of Pensions has issued a decision that the act of March 19, 1H.10, to which enthusiastic claim agents are giving much attention, is ob solete. The President has given another State dinner with seven different kinds of wine. The Administration is still showing a great deal of spirit. but it is not nil of the Jaeksonian brand. Snow, the Mormon who has convicted of polygamy the other day at Salt Lake...

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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. — 18 February 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. jonesboro. tkxx., fi:b is, m Mnri'liijn ami tl'Htli nollecs, nut cxcetillng ten linen. InaiTlml free of chaw. otiltuarli'x, overtoil linos, will be chnricrtl tit hull reading niuttur rules. ANSOl'NCKMKNTS. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washington county, Tenn., at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of the Iiopublican county contention. T. T. BltlTTON. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of Sheriff f Washing ton county. Tenn., at the ensuing Au gust election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. 0. W. Jones. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the otliee of Circuit Court Clerk of Washington county, Tenn., at the en suing August election, subject to the de cision of the Republican county conven tion. J. A. T. Bacon. We are authorized and requested to announce the Dame of Jasper II. Peoples for the ofllce of County Court Clerk at the ensuing August election, su...

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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. — 18 February 1886

t ".II .:.hl .llii'.l.'.ll. ; :.K - is :i esartir. :aK..n u;o. l'.vc stock, nut necessarily by uny means, but bemuse of the neglect of their pwncrs. Cold weakens tht vitality of an animal very much, and lays a foundation for di sense. When spring comes, the effects of poor feeding are seen in the gaunt frames, too weak to rise up; the hide bound skin; the cough, and the deadly black leg. We might mention the pre valent "horn nil," and "tail ill," both serious disorders, but very wrongly named, ai they nrc merely the effects of general debility, resulting from poor feeding, and want of enre. "Horn Ail," so-called, consists of a feverish condition of the system, and a low vitality, accompanied by irregular circulation, which produces alternate lital nml chill of the extremities. The digestive organs are out of order, and tin; brain, the center of the nervous sys tem , suffers greatly. The bead is in a coinliiiim of congestion at one time, and in a state of Aniemiii at another. The hor...

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. — 25 February 1886

1 i-o i! j une. VOL. 16, NO. 4G. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1886. $1 A YEAR IX ADVANCE. Herald t Info WASHINGTON. CONGRESSMEN'S LETTERS. Th An rge Lawmaker Gets from Ten to Fifty Each Day. The letters received by congressmen are of all kinds, and some of tliem are vcrjr funny. Youf average congressman geti from ten to fifty letters a day and the member who would do any work upon the great questions of the day must use a stenographer. Now nearly every member has his shorhand clerk, who comes In the morning or evening, an swers all ltls mail, and runs about through tho departments for him. The congressman takes a bundle of about twenty letters in his hands, and sits down in his room with his stenographer at his side. .The stenographer has a pencil and a notebook. The congressman takes up letter by letter, and as fast as he can talk reads off an answer to it, which the shorthand man takes down as fast as the words fall from the member's lips. A half hour passes, and 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. — 25 February 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. l'l'llI.tMIUI) KVKIIV TIII'IISDAV 1IY TIIK HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At !?1 a Year, in Adcante. j .10 x Ker.oju). tkxn., feiYst. j .John S. Wire of Virginia 1ms declared fur K.nutnr ftliivninri in t Thk Democratic Supreme Court of this Statu decided some years ago that a "Jackass" is a horse. Give us a change. Thk bill to restore Fitz John Porter to the army parsed the House last week, six teen Republicans only voting for it. Sknatok Vance of North Carolina has sixteen relatives in the public service. This was called Nepotism in the days of (rant. JnxiK Frank T. Keid, the llepublicau candidate for Governor two years u?o announces, that under no circumstances would he accept the nomination again. Tin; Democrats of Virginia are wrest ling again with their State debt, and when Hilly Muhone goes to' Congress this fall from the Petersburg district, they will have another thorn in the flesh. The bill to increase the pension of widows from $3 to $12 per month which passed ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 February 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. rnvrsnnrm TV.W KEN P , 18KG Marriage ',ni1 tltl notices, not cxomllnu ton linen, insnntiu ireoo. utiurui, . nlxXunXriAY,MlM9i,'UKea ANNOVNCKMKNTS. I hereby nnuounco myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washington coiir.ty, Turn., at the ensuing August lAriion. subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. T. P. Buitton. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the ottlce of Sheriff of Washing ton county. Term. , at the ensuing Au gust election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. O. W. Jones. I hereby announce myself as a candi- date for the ollicc of Circuit Court Clerk of Washington county, Tenn., at the en- suing August election, subject to the do- cislon of the Republican county conven- tion. . J. A. T. Bacon. We are authorized nnd requested to uuiiouiiue jjcwis ouper ni a canuiaate for circuit court clerk at the ensuing August election, subject to the. decision of a Republican convention. We are authoriz...

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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. — 25 February 1886

t.: r.nvi.i to six weeks, according to the size of the ' pieces, it is ready to bo taken to the smoke-bouse. In somking, the uim is to get smoke without lieat. This may be accomplish ed by hanging the pieces high above the fire, and keeping a close watch to pre. vent it from blazing up. Sometimes the fire is made outside the smoke house, and the smoke conducted inside by a pipe or flue. For smoke, corn-cobs are preferred by many. They should be clean cobs, and not such as the animals leave or as may be picked up in the barnyard. Hickory is good; and the same may be said of walnut, sassafras, and maple. The pro-ce-is should continue ten days to three weeks, according as a greater or less depth of color is preferred. But it should be concluded in lime to get the meat put away before the bugs make their appear nnce, which they never fail to do with the warm days of early spring. It is a small insect, nn eighth of an inch long and not quite so wide, and dull black in color. It lays the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 March 1886

VOL. 1G, NO. 47. .WASHINGTON. PROCEEDINGS AT THE CAPITOL. The Potofflce Appropriation Illll. Washington, Feb. 24. The House Committrc on Postofllce and Post Road to day completed the Postoffice Approp riation bill, and it will be promptly re ported to the House. The bill approp riates $54,326,588, an increase of $025, r98 over the appropriation for the pres ent fiscal year, and a decrease "of $059, 579 as compared with the department es timates. The estimated revenue fof the next fiscal vear is $47,142,252, and the es timated deficiency (indefinite) is $7,443, 914. For transportation of foreign mails $375,000 is appropriated. To this item the committee append the following note: "If it should be decided to pay the vessels of the United States register sea and inland postage, then the additional sum of $75,000 should be added - to the estimate." The Nei Electoral Count Hill. Washington, Feb. 25. The Electoral Count bill reported back to the Senate to day from the Committee on Privile...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 March 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. I'l'IIMHHED EVEKY TIIC11SDAY BY TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Year, in Advance. 11. "V. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., MAR. 4, 1880. A Card. Mr. II. W. Dusiuberre, businesa man ager of tho Herald and Tribune, who Imi conducted tho paper for several months, assumes editorial control of the paper with this issue, and I take pleasure in commending him and his paper to all rho aro interested in building up the country, without regard to rarty, race or color; and especially to all who desire to see harmony and success attend the Re publican party in the coming elections. W. I'. Brownlow. SAMTATOBT. When n newspaper pauses from one ed itorinl control to another, custom demands that the party assuming such control sa lute his patrons in a becoming manner. This wo attempt to do. In days gone by it has been the practice to indulge in a wordy editorial on the subject, filled with rounded periods and many promises. In thesf days the demand for facts con cisely s...

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