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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 March 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. MAR. 4, 1880 Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten lines, Inserted free of char. Otiltuurlee, over ten linos, will be charged ut ball reading matter rates. ANNOUNCEMENTS. FOR SltEIUFF. I hereby announce myself n candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washington count', Tenn., at the ensuing August flection, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. T. P. Britton. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of Sheriff of Washing ton county. Tenn., at the ensuing Au gust election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. O. W. Jones. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office 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 Lewis Cooper as a candidate for circuit court clerk at the ensuing August...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 March 1886

. FARM AN iniOUSEHOLl). Clruiilitiehit In tlio Hlablc. The conunon state of a stable is de structive to the lieultb of a horse. The putrefying manure and uriue, give forth the pungent animouiacal odors, which injure the throat and lungs, and also the eyes of the animal. This is easily un derstood, when we know that this cor rosive pas rots harness, and destroys the varnish of carriages. Perfect cleanliness, which is much aided by the liberal use of gypsum or dry muck on the floor, to absorb any nmmoniacal gas. Keep the Manure Warm. hen the manure pile is frozen, de composition is arrested and the manure remains in iu raw condition through the winter, and becomes nut fit fur use until the crops arc past the stage when they could make it available, while if decom position goes on steadily, the manure is ready for use in the spring, and furnishes the crops with plant food at the very time when they arc in most need of it. Manure should therefore be kent hot, by ruining it in compact he...

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. — 11 March 1886

4 i i i " it a 4 a 1 VOL. 1G, NO. 48. WASHINGTON. CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS IN BRIEF. I For the Week-Other Important Matters and Note of Interest from the Cora- . tulttee Doings. Maiicii 2. In the Senate, a number of petitions were presented, including one from the employes In the Government workshops, praying for compensation for extra time over eight hours. Mr. Ed munds reported adversely the bill provid ing for the gathering of marriage and di vorce statistics. The House hill to in crease the pensions of soldiers' widows was reported with an amendment to in crease the pensions of minor children to $ 4 per month. The educational bill was taken up, and Mr. Call made a speech against the Allison amendment. He was followed by Mr. Saulsbury, Mr. Berry, Mr. Kiddleberger and Mr. Blair. The amendment was favored by Messrs. Ed munds, Ingalls and Logan. In the House the Committee on Invalid Pensions reported the bill extending un til January 1, 1888, the time for filing ap plication for ar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 March 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. I'UM.lallgn EVKKV THCKMUY BY Tl'lK HE (AuJ AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Year, in Advance. H. AV. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., MAR. 11, 1880. It was juit one year last Thursday since Cleveland became President of the United States. If the country has reaped any advantage from the change wo would be pleased to know In what respeot Ttie Pasttnastrr Ceneral, In order to keep up false pretenses, advortlsed for scandals about officeholders who were to be removed, ami who, under the bypocrl sy of the Adminiptratiou, had to have charges preferred against them. The ly ing thus gathered up, and upon which a good deal of action has been based, fills many pigeon-holes. It is the exposure of this mass of malignity that is dreaded by the Executive department. TnE first year of the Democratic ad ministration closed in a manner eminent ly satisfactory to those who hoped and believed that a single term of Democracy would satisfy the country. How it is re garded by the Democra...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 March 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBOHO. TEN'N., MAU. 11, 1880 Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten llnea, lniertod free of char an. Ooltuarle, over ten Hue, Will be c ha rued at half reading matter rules. ANNOUNCEMENTS. for BnKniFr. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washington county at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. Heniiy Hops. I hereby announce myself a candidate fortheolllceof Sheriff of Washington county, Tenn., at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of tho Republican county convention. T. P. Bhitton. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the office of 8herlff of Washing, ton county. Tenn., at the ensuing Au gust election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. G. W. Jones. I hereby announce myself a candidato for the office of Sheriff of Washington county, Tenn., at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of the Republican county...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 March 1886

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. What One Farmer )I1. Mr. Thomas Wilson, of Hamburg township, Jackson Co., N. C, went into the deep forest nine years ago with bis uxe nnil Ills family. To day ho has sev enty aeres of line land, cleared nnil fenc ed, and which produced large crops of wheat, oats, rye, buckwheat, timothy, and clover, potatoes, etc.; he has a large orchard of apple;, pears, and peaches, now bearing, a comfortable house and barns; handsome buggy and driving horse; a good bunch of stock cattle, of which he sells a few now and then for i ash; a Hock of vheep and other slock, and is a thoroughly independent man. Thern thousands of" farmers who have ilone as much, but so few In this part of the country, as to make such instances noteworthy. He has some noighbors who are equally good managers, and equally successful, and there is room for thousands more, who can do as ho has done, in all parts of tho South, if they have the necessary energy and persever ance. Tli Cow Pea as a Fodder Crop...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 March 1886

' L. Tribune. VOL. 1G, NO. 49. JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1886. SI K WAT) IV 4 1MMV1P 1 ... . . v ill ill Will VUt WASHINGTON. "URGENT" DEFICIENCIES PRO VIDED FOR. A Political Debate !n the Senate-Expense of the Grant Funeral. Washington, March 10. At a late hour this afternoon the "Urgent Defi ciency bill" passed the Senate, not, how ever, without first giving rise to a spirit ed debate, in which Messrs. Ingalls, Plumb, Edmunds, aud other Republicans took occasion to point out the sham pre tensions to "reform" of the present Ad ministration. The bill asks for $18.,000 to meet the deficiency incurred by the Department of Justice in the payment of fees to witnesses and jurors. This is a larger sum by many thousands than was ever asked for by a Republican Attorney General. Mr. Plumb thought it was time to call a halt. Mr. Ingalls followed in the same strain, and took occasion to say some pretty sharp things nbout .the "rtform" administration of the Depart ment of Justic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 March 1886

JIEliALI) AXI) TIllHrM'l.'; ' l IH.ISIIKII KVKKY TIli nsDAV II V TUB HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. -If $1 a Year, in Adcancc. H. W. DuSIXBERRE, EDITOR. JO.ESBORO'."tENN., MAR. 13, 188. ion congress W. P. HBOWXLOW. II OX. Subject In the Grermtville Mny o, ma. Convention, AVk place at our mast head this week, ihc iir!ii! of lion. W. P. Urownlow ns our preference, for Congress. He ia not col? car piefcr'.'Dce, but we believe the rrefeienr. of the masses in th6 Republi- cm r,r'.r in tbir. diitvin. His faithful ind iiipeHish servieej lo the pnrtj- for' years, jnMly entitles his claims to the roc- ignition of the people, and if nominated and elected, he w ill prove one wf the most active mid etllcicnt member that has ever represented thn district in Congress. His reputation is already national, nnd with liis extensive nc-ijiiainlunec with the lead ing men of the nation, lie will be able to exert an inllueni'c that will reflect credit upon the people of this district ; for at Washington the people...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 March 1886

HERALl) AND TRIDUNE. JONESBOHO. TEXN.. MAU. 18, 1880 Marrlatge and death notlors, not e.xcecdlui ten line, Inserted free of chaw. pt'trunrlM, overtoil linen, will bo clinrsed atlialt readlm; matter rates. ANNOtNCEMENTS. COUNTY TRUSTEE. 1 hereby announce mj self as n candi date for re election to the olllce of county Trustee at the ensuiug August election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. Very reaped fully, 4Joun S. Math us. KOll BlIEltlKK. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the olllce of Sheriff of Washington county nt the ensuing Ausrust election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. Henuy lloss. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate tor the office of Sheriff of Washington county , Tenn., at the ensuing August eluction. subject to the decision of "the Republican county convention. T. P. Brittox. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for the olllce of Sheriff of Washing ton county. Tenn., at the ensuing Ail gust election, s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 March 1886

FARM ANDIIOUSEIIOLD. Preserving l'oiico Post. Au Kn.'llsU farmer writes: After ull that lins been advanced In favor of other compounds, it is very doubtful for ordi nary country work w hether there is any thing handier, cheaper or more effective than common coal tar for coating fences and other wood it U desired to protect from the effects of the weather. Much, howKvcr, will depend on the way in which it is used. To cover moist wood with this substance, whether it proceeds from the natural moisture or atmospheric dampness, it is very bad policy. To iii utirc anything like success in the matter of durability the wood to be operated on must be us dry as possible.' This, of course, is equally true of paint, but. it is of tar that we are now speaking. AVlien the wood work to be coated is as dry as can be, and (lie tar applied hot, there i need be little fear that it will fail in its purpose. The chief difficulty lies in the matter of posts at the surface of the soil. Many plnns have bee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 March 1886

Tribune. '..-n 'ia v.-ij.ir.r.',.w .. iris VOL. 10, NO. 50. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1880. l A YEAR IN ADVANCE. hi '. i i i 1 1 i a 1" THE SOLDIERS' ROLL. SPEECH OF CAPT. RYAN AND REPLY OF MR. BROWNLOW. I'i'PNCiilatinn of m Watch to Mr. Ilrown lnvr by the llattle-M'arred Heron on lllii Retirement from Olllce. As an active worker In the party nt homo, ami an cflicicut worker in the De partments at Washington, Hon. W. P. Brownlow is well known to the people of the first congressional district of Tcnues seo. It has been frequently asked wheth er or not Mr. Brownlow cau make a speech, such ns would be expected in the event of his nomination for Congress. That ho is one of 'the best posted men in the State on political issues is well known to nil bis acquaintance, and that he will make one of the most satisfactory canvassei the Republicans have ever wit nessed in this district is beyond a doubt. We present herewith an impromtu ad dress delivered by Mr. Brownlow, with the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 March 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. ITUM.IliED EVUHY TIll'ltHDAY BY THE HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Year, in Adcar.cc. II. W. DUSIXBERUE, EDITOR. JOXESHORO. TENN., MUt. 23. 1880. FOR C'OXGRKSS HON'. W. P. HROWXLOW. Subject to t lie; Gr?eiU'vill(' Convention, May 0, 1880. SUGGESTION TO CONGRESS. Preened Eiuinlnatle.il of the Meutul auJ FhyMfat Ttindttlon of C'ommlfnnrr flliKk. Th follwing joint rrolutinn has been iisccslfcl for introdurtion and iippropri-,-tti: notion by Congress: lu.iolci j, hi th; St imte and House of Rtpresentatiecs of the United State of America, in Congress Assembled: Tlinl whelms .Toll ii C. Black is llic recipient by special act of Congress of the unusual pensi(iof if 100 per month, said pension having been granted on tho representa tion that the said Black was a "mental ami physical wreck;" and whereas the said Muck is also drawing from the trea sury of the United Slates the additional sum of $5,000 per year as commissioner of pensions, and, as' such commissioner, is const...

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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. — 25 March 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN., MAR. 25. 1880 Marriage and drntli notices, not exceeding ten linn, tn.eried free of cliante. tjimunrle. over t'-n linen, will be charged at luili reading mutter rule. ANNOINCKMKNTS. COINTY TP.IBTEE. I hereby announce myself as a candi date for re election to the olHce of county Trustee at the enuring August election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. Very respectfully, Jo'iin S. Mathes. VOn SnERIFF. To the voters of Washington county: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re election to the position of Sheriff of your county at the ensuing August elec tion. Geo. W. Willktt. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washing ton county, at the ensuing August elec tion, subject to the decision of the Re publican county convention. J. I Hawkins. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washington county at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of the Republ...

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. — 25 March 1886

FARM ASDHOUSEHOU). The Mule. Iu tliesc ilnys when everything on tlio I'arni muiit lie managed wltu an eye lo a . lose margin, formers are beginning to co the alisnliili1 necessity for using ani mals that arc especially bred for speciul liui'i)oi'. That the mule U taciturn, let in his ways and genrrnlly mischievous, is very true; hut Hint he kicks, runs nway, shies, or lias as many other w icked ways as the horse, must be denied. The horse of all work, and the general rmrpCHC cow, belong to the frontier sta;.;e of farming. High-priced land and rapid transporta tion have forced the fanners in thickly settled districts to centre their energy upon single occupations. In former years the horse was expected to plow all the morning, bring up a load of hay in the afternoon, lake the son and daughter to the singing school at night, and enjoy a race home with the neighbor's bay ma'ro. The mule is not suited to such a life; he is specially bred for plain hard work, and with the same care throu...

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. — 1 April 1886

erald nn line rib VOL. 16, NO. 51. NEWS AND COMMENT. DOG MEAT AS A DELICACY. A Man la Reading Doing a Thriving Bus iness Supplying the Demand. Reading," Pa., Marck. JO. Christian Glauser, residing in this city, is engaged in a curious business which he makes public. It is that of killing dogs and furnishing the meat to certain families who eat it. The consider It very palat able and healthy." He constantly keeps in his yard a number of dogs, which he fattens and kills as he finds a demand for the meat lie also extracts the fat and sells it to persons afflicted with colds, rheumatism and affections of the chest. - He says: '-I often eat doe meat in fact we hare it on our table. Why, a fat dog two or three years old makes the finest kind of meat. ' It is better than lamb, veal, beef or pork. The meat of a fat dog has a rich, delicate flavor that every body relishes who tastes it, and there is no finer-looking meat than dressed dog. When I lived at home my father slaugUt ered big dogs ...

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. — 1 April 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. APRIL 1, 1886 . i ; Marriage and death notice, not exeeedlot ten linen, Inserted free of charge. Obltnarle, over ten line, will be chanted at half reading matter ratea. ANNOUNCEMENTS. COUNT TRUSTEE. I hereby announce myself as a candi date (or re-election to the office of connty Trustee at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. Very respectfully, Jobs S. Mathes. TOR SHERIFT. To the voters of Washington county: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re election to the position of Sheriff of your county at the ensuing August elec tion. Geo. W. Willitt. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washing ton county, at the ensuing August elec tion, subject to the decision of the Re publican county convention. J. I. Hawkins. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washington county at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of the Republ...

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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. — 1 April 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUTE. ri'UI.ISHED EVEKY T1ICUSDAY llv THK HE.tALD AND TR1BU N E CO. .If $1 a Year, in Atlranre, II. W. Dl'SIXBERRE, EDITOR. JOXESBOHU. TENN'., APRIL 1. 180. FOR CONCURS. HON. W. P. pKOAVXLOW. Subject to the Grecnevillc Convention, May 6, 1880. 'o Republican in this district -expects any position lu the public service from the present Administration; hence. In the lection of a member of Congress, the question of patronage fan exert no Influ ence. There are other interests in the district more prewilnir that demand per sonal nttentiou, such as the settlement of claims for property taken by the Federal army during the war, and claims died for jenion, all of which can be pressed for adjudication by the member of Congress, if he has the influence, energy and pluck to press such mutters. linn. W. P. Ilrownlow has made a specialty of these mutters for years, and the beneficiaries of his wofk throughout this district can bear testimony to his suc cess and zeal in such matters....

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

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. Check Kolns. Chock reins arc of little use on tho road, I except in the case of inveterate slutublers. I T.iese it ia necessary sometimes to check up high, so as to make thorn lift their feet, ami beside, if they do trip, the check vein punishes them severely. Stumbliug is chiolly due to had shoeing; hence this use of the check, savors of needless cru elty. If a horse shows tendency to stumble, pull off his shoes and drive him barefoot, beinsr careful not to break his hoofs, lie will soon net over the tenden cy in "H probability. When the feet wear, if lliev do, so as" to necessitate shoe- ins;, if it is summer weather put on toe clips onlv, and renew them ollen. l lie i bei-k rein is used to make a naturally down-headed horse -arry his head high, or as hij-'h as his mute, and it is often made nn instrument of wanton torture, by unfeeling grooms and drivel s. The real use of ibn cheek is to prevent n horse gcttitiz his head to tho ground when staiuliiiL'. It is o...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 April 1886

I -it) Herald lribune. VOL. 1G, NO. 52. JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, ''APRIL 8, 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. GREAT THINGS. WHAT DEMOCRACY WAS TO DO BUT HASN'T. ltrpubllran Rottanaara Falls to Material Ire When Wanted, Like the Irlih man' Flea Soma Brilliant gampUoof Economy at Washington. The Democratic party trying to manage the affairs of this great nation, which has grown clear up and away from its com prehension, is like a man trying to meas ure the infinite with a two-foot rule. They have started in just where they left off a quarter of a century ago, and seem to he as well qualified for the mighty task assigned them as the peanut boy on a railroad train would be to take ehargo of the locomotive. They are full of little penny-ante and piddling pretenses of reform. They were going to paralyze the people with the ex hibitions of Republican rottenness as soon as they got at the beoks. ' Whilo they were on the outside, and irresponsible, and could freely use their mouths, they we...

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. — 8 April 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. APRIL 8, 1880 Marriage ud death notices, not exoeedlng len line. Inieriad fr of charge. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be chanted ot hnlf reading matter rate. ANSOCNCEMEKTH. C0C5TT TRUSTEE. - I hereby announce myself as a candi date (or re-election to the office of county Trustee at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of the Republican county convention. Very respectfully, Joun 8. Matfiks. for 8i1emff. 1 hereby announce myself a candidate for Sheriff of Washington county at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of the Republican county con vention. Wiiburn Hodges. To the voters of Washington county: I hereby announce myself a candidate for re election to the position of Sheriff of your county at the ensuing August elec tion. , ' Geo. W. Willett. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Washing ton county, at the ensuing August elec tion, subject to the decision of the Re publican county ...

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