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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 May 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TUPB8DAV v TUK HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. At 1 a Year, in Adeance. II. TV. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., MAY 13. 1880. RKITBLICAN NOMINEES. FOR CONGRESS, U. R. BUTLER, Of Johnson. FOR SENATOR, J. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. FOR FLOATER, , A. A. TAYLOR, (if Wellington. - FOK llENIEHKNTATIVR, Mt-C. WAGNER. FOR cnANCELLOU, JOHN P. SMITH, Of Carter. FOR CIRCUIT JCDOK, A. J. BROWN, Of WifhliiKton. FOR ATTORNEY (1ESERAI., . T. CAMPBELL, of Hancock. FOR CI KIT IT COURT ( I.ERK, LEWIS COOPER. . FOR COUNTV COURT CLERK, JACOB LEAB, FOR SHERIFF, T. P. BRITTON. FOR TRUSTEE, JOHN S. MATIIES. FOR REGISTER, D. P. O'BRIEN. The colored people arc to have a rally nl Morrislown May 10, to consider their political and other interests. The Christum Adcoeate says the three enemies of lahor arc rapacious rascals, the blatant demagogue and whisky. A. T. Shell of Carter announces him self an Independent candidate for Float er until the polls close in November. The Temperanc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 May 1886

FRIGHTFUL CATARRH. For four years I have been afflicted with a very troublesome catarrh of the bend. So terrible has its nature been that when I blew my nose small pieces of bone would frequently come out of my mouth nod nose. The discharge was copious, and at times frequently offensive. My blood became so impure that my general health was greatly impa'red, with poor appetite and worse digestion. Numerous medicines wero used with out relief, until I began the use of B. B. B., and three bottles acted almost like magic. Since Ihuir use not a symptom has returned, and I fee) in every way quite restored la health. 1 am an old ci tizen of Atlanta, and refer to almost nny one living on lSutler street, and more particularly to Dr. L. M Gillam, who knows mv case. " Mil. ELIZABETH KNOTT. Mh. K. I!. Saii.tkr, of Athens, Ga, says: "B. B. B. has cured on me an ni ce, which had resisted all other treatment for fifty years." Mr. J. M. Eu.h, of Atlanta, was cured of a stubborn cast; of Eczema of t...

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. — 20 May 1886

IT i 1 Herald n Dune J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THUJISD MAY 20, 188G. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. XVII, NO. G. TERRIBLE TARNADOES AWFUL WORK OF A TORNADO. Wlrteipreud Destruction In Ktnui City The Street Turned to K! rem Scenes Among tho Dead and Djlne- Kansas City, Mo., May 12. Ominous clouds began gathering over tbo city about balf past 10 to day. They first ap peared in the northeast and surging west wardly across the city, turned suddenly about in their course and descending rapidly, broke upen the city in terrific bursts of wind and rain. The darkness was almost like night and people fled to the nearest shelter and awaited with blauchcd faces the fury of the tempest. Clouds seemed to graze roofs of tho high est buildings and poured out their tor rents in apparently solid masses lor a time. The storm struck the city in full force about 11:20 and rased for half a hour. The streets were running rivers, currying boxes and signs and other simi lar freight blown from tho buildings or swept...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 May 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBfRO. TENN.. MAY 20, 1888 Marriage and dath nollci-a, not exceeding ten line. Inserted free of chant. ObltunrlrN, overtoil linen, will be charged at hall reading matter rates. All i-oinmunlciitlona for this paper should be ho- oinpanlrrt by Ihe name of llieiiuthor; not nt-ecMiarll.v for publication, but aa an evi dence of xuod faith on the part of the writer. Write only n one side of the paper. Be par ticularly carelul In giving namea and datrs to have the letter and figure plain and dis tinct. Proper names are often difficult to de cipher, became of the Carolina manner In which they are written. Any person who take the paper regularly from the poslollice, whether directed to hi name or whether he I a subscriber or not. I repoiislblH for the pay. The court have decided that refusing to take newspaper nnd periodical from the postorticeor removing and leaving them un called for, 1 "prima fu-ia" evidence of in tentional fraud. ANNOTNCKMENTS. I hereby announce m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 May 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY THUBSDAY By THE HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At 1 a Tear, in Adranec. H. 'W. DUSIXBERBE. EDITOB. JONESBORO, TEXX, MAY 20. 1S80. KEPt'DLICAX NOMINEES. Fon COSOKESS, R. It. BUTLER, Of Johnson. FOR SEXATOH, .1. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. FOR FLOATER, A. A. TAYLOR, Of Wiuihliigtou. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, McC. WAGNER. FOR cnAKCELLOR, JOHN P. SMITH, Of Ou ter. FOR CIRCt'IT .ll'DUE, a. J. imowx, Of Wellington. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, II. T. CAMPBELL. Of Hancock. FOR CIRCUIT COCRT CLERK, LEWIS COOPER. FOR COINTY COCRT CLERK, JACOB LEAH, FOR BIIERIFF, T. P. BRITTOX. FOR TRI'STF.e; JOHN 9. MATIIE9. FOR REOIKTEK, D. P. O'BRIEN. The Anarchist who strikes for unlimit ed liberty only loses what ho has. The Anarchist is most always a ranting hypo crite or a broad gauge fool and there is no room in this country for either. The Knoxville Journal presents, editor ially the name of Judge N. Hacker for the Siiprema Judgeship. It is quite prob able that Judge Hacker will be . nomi n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 May 1886

6 I'm tolll yr:tr 1 IIUVl- 1 1. Ml lll.lilN- Willi a very" truulili wm-c talari h (f I hi heml. So terrible bun lis imture been lb .1 when I tile my nose small piece of bone would frequently come out of my month and nose. The discharge was copious, mul nt times frequently offensive. My blood became so impure that my general health was greatly irnpa' red, with, poor appetite and worse digestion. Numerous medicines woro used with out relief, until I began the use of B. li. B., and three bottles acted almost like iiiugic. Since their uso not a symptom has returned, and 1 feci in every way quite restored to health. I am an old ci tizen of Atlanta, mid refer to nlmopt nny one living on Butler street, and more particularly to Dr. L. M. Uillam, who knows my case. Mim. ELIZABETH KNOTT. Ma. It. It. Saplteu, of Athens, Ga., snyg : "Is. 15. li. has cured on mo an ul cci which had resisted all other treatment for fifty years." M. J. M. Ellis, of Atlanta, was cured of a stubborn case of Eczema o...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1886

H Ambiina - Ll ; : ' - - era VOL. XVII, NO. 7; JOxNESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY 27, 188G. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. CREATING PATRONAGE. GIVING LOUISVILLE A SUB TREASURY. Mr. Hiscock Takes the DcmoenUi to Task for Their Fal Cry or Economy. Washington, May 25. The House the other day gave, another exhibition of Democratic economy in the passage of a hill to establish a Sub-Treasury at Louis ville. This hill was up some days ago when earnest protests were made against it, but the majority appeared determined to force the matter through. This was not done until after Mr. Hiscock had made an eloquent and vigorous denuncia- , tion of this waste of public money. Ho quoted from Executive documents to show that the Treasury Department abso lutely opposed this hill, as uncalled for and against the public interests. It would have the effect of ticing up several million dollars which are now in public deposi tories and thus of use in the transaction of businels. The only possible excuse for thi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. MAY 27, 1886 Mnrrtage and death potion, not exceeding ten llnwt. inserted free of charge Obltuurle. over ten lines, will be chanted Bt hulf reading matter rates. All rominunlcutlone for thU paper ahoald be accompanied by the name of the author; not necewarlly for publication, butaaan evi dence of sood faith on Hie part of the writer. Write only on one side of the paper. He par ticularly careful In giving name and dub to have the loiter and figure plain and dis tinct. Proper numea are often dlllloult to de cipher, became of the careleaa maimer In which they are written. Any person who take the rnper regularly from the poatollice, whether directed to hla name or whether he la a aukjxcrlbar or not, la rexponolble for the pay. The court have dt-cWed that refusing to take iiewBpnpura and periodical from the poto!llce,or removing and leaving them un called for, la "prima lama" evidence of is tkkt:ohai nunc ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself as Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. rUBMSJIED EVERY THURSDAY By THE HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Adtance. a. yr. dcsijtberre, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TEX, MAY 27, 196 REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. FOB. CONGRESS, R. R. BUTLER. , Of Johuson. FOIl SF.NATOn, J. M. SIMERLY. Of Carter. FOB FLOATER, A. A. TAYLOR, Of Washington. Fdll BErHESESTATIVE, McC. WAGNER. FOR ( IIANCELLOII, JOIIX P. SMITH. of Outer. FOB CIKCCIT JUDGE, A. J. BROWN. Of Washington. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, H. T. CAMPBELL. Of Hancock. FOn CIBCl'IT COCHT CLERK, LEWIS COOPER. FOR COCSTT COURT CLERK, JACOB LEAB, FOR SHERIFF, T. P. BRITTOX. FOR TIU'RTKE, ' JOHN S. MATIIES. FOR IIEGIHTEU, D. P. O'BRIEN. Notice. When this paragraph Is marked with a red X it indicates that your subscription has expired, and that we respectfully ask its renewal. Convention!. The gubernatorial convention is called to meet at Nashville on Juno 16th. A delegate convention "to consider and adopt proper action by the Republi cans of the State in the matter of select ing ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 May 1886

FBIOHTFVL CATAKRII. Fur four years I have been afflicted . with a very troublesome catarrh of the head. So terrible bos its nature been tbat when I blew my nose small pieces of bone would frequently come out of my raoHtb and noso. The discharge was copious, and at times frequently offensive. My blood became so impure that my general health was greatly impa red, with poor appetite and worse digestion. Numerous medicines wero used with, out relief, uniil I began the use of B. B. B., and three bottles acted almost like magic. Since their use uot a symptom has returned, aud 1 feel in every way quite restored to heulth. 1 am an old ci tizen of Atlanta, and refer to almost any oi-e Hying on Butler street, and more P irticulurly to Dr. J.. M. Gillam, who knows mv ca?c. Mrs. ELIZABETH KNOTT. Mb. R. I?. SiFLTSit, of Athens, Ga., says: "1$. B. B. hascure;! on me un ul- vei wiucn una resisted all ttlier treatment ior nuy years M. J. 31. Ellis, of Atlanta, was cured of a stubborn case of Eczema...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 June 1886

Tribune. VOL. XVII, NO. 8. JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1886. .Hera 01 4 VP IT tvr i tvtt i vrt-n I i r, a ia v n i 1 n i i m. nr a oiTrMrTrvT COMMISSIONER BLACK'S PEN SION. The Senate Dlicusalng the ClrcnmnUtneet - ruder Which It wm Obtained. Washington, May 25. While the Senate was considering a private pension bill to-day a lively debate sprang up con cerning Commissioner Black's right, in addition to his salary of (5,000, to a pen sion of $100 a month'. Tho regular rate for disabilities like those of General Black is (30 a month. He was, receiving that rate when his friend, Senator Voor bees, who was a member of Die Commit tee on Pensions, got through a bill giving Mr. Black (100 a month. The highest .rate paid any veteran at that time was (50 a month, and even now no other veteran, however disabled, receives over (75 a month. The unprecedented liberality to Commissioner Black, who has regularly followed his profession and been a candi date for various public offices,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 June 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. JTJNE 8. 1886 Marriage and dith notice, not exceeding ten llnea. Inserted free of coarse. obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged at half reading matter rales. All communlcatlona fur this papei should lie ucionipanled by Hie name of the author; not necensarily for publication, but aa an evi denoo of xood fulth on the part of the writer. Write only en one aide of the paper. Be par. ticnlarly careful In giving names and datM to have the lettera and figures plain and dis tinct. Proper namea are of ten dlOlcnlt to de cipher, because of the careless manner In which they are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the posiofHce, whether directed to hla name or whether he Is a subscriber or not, is responsible for the pay. The courts have C-oUled that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the postolllce, or removing and leaving them un called for, Is "prima facia" evidence of IX- TKNTIOHAX. FRAUD. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 June 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY BY TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. , At (1 a Tear, in Advance. II. W. DV3INBERRE, EDITOR. JOXESDORO. TENN., JUXE 3, 186. nt.PVBI.ICAN KOMIJfEKS. POR CONGRESS. 11. R. BUTLER, Of Johnson. Foil SEXAT0R, .1. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. FOR FLOATER, A. A. TAYLOR, Or Washington. FUR REI'liESEXTATlVE, MtC.VAGXER. FOR CHANCELLOR, JOHN P. SMITH. Of Carter.. FOR CIRCUIT JCDOE, A. J. BROWN, Of Washington. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, . II. T. CAMPBELL. or Hancock. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK, LEWIS COOPER. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK, JACOB LEAB, FOR OIIKRIFF, T. P. BRITTON. FOR TRUSTEE, JOHN S. MATHES. FOR IIEOIBTER, D. P. O'BRIEN. Notice. When this paragraph is marked with a red X it indicates that your subscription bos expired, and that we respectfully ask its renewal. Convention. The gubernatorial convention is called to meet at Nashville on June 16th. A delegate convention "to consider and adopt proper action by the Republi cans of the State in the matter of select ing ...

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

FRIGBTFtTIi CATARRH. Fur four ycara I liave bcea afflicted with a very troublesome catarrh of the bend. So terrible has lis nature been tbnt when I blew my nose small pieces of bone would frequently come out of my moHth and noso. Tho discharge was copious, and at times frequently offensive. My blood became so impure that my general health wits greatly impa'red, with poor appetite and worse digestion. Numerous medicines were used with out relief, until I began the use of B. 13. B., and three bottles acted almost like magic. Since their use not a symptom has returned, and 1 feel in every way quite restored to hcnlth. I am an old ci tizen of Atlanta, and refer to almost any one Hying on Butler street, and more particularly to Dr. L- M. Glllnm, who knows my case. ' Mits. ELIZABETH KNOTT. Mr R. H. Sau.tri of Athens, Ga,, says : "15. li. B. has cured on me an ul cer which hud resisted till nther treatment for fifty years." M. J. M. Ellis, of Atlanta, was cured of a stubborn case of Eczema...

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 June 1886

V. i Herald In bune.' VOL. XVII, NO. 9. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 188G. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. I n BENEDICK CLEVELAND. MARRIAGE OF THE PRESIDENT. A New Mlttreu or the While Houa-nd of a Memorable CoarUhin Full Particular of thellappjr Event. ' Washington1, Juno 2. The wedding guests at 0:30 p. nu began to arrive at the White House. The first arrival was Sec retary Lamar. ITe was closely fol lowed by the Rev. Dr. Sunderland and wife, and during the next few minutes there came in quick succession the other guests. Removing their wraps in the state dining-room all the guests proceeded to the Blue Room, where they were received by Miss Rose Cleveland.. The following is a complete list of those present: Mrs. Folsom, mother of the bride; the Rev. W. N. Cleveland, Jthe Presidtnt's brother; Miss Cleveland and Mrs. Hoyt, the President's sisters; Thomas F. Bayard Secretary of State; Daniel Manning, Sec retary of the Treasury, aud Mrs! Manning; William C. Endicolt, Secretary of W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 June 1886

, HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. JUNE 10, 1886 Marriage nnd death notice, not exceeding Ion linn. Inserted free of charge. obituaries, over ten Hues, will be charged ut hnlf reading matter rales. Allroramunlmttoni for this paper should be accompanied by the name of ihe author; not nccewMrlly for publication, hot aian evl ileneo of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one side or the paper. Be par ticularly careful tn giving names and dates to have the letters and figures plain and dis tinct. Proper names are often difficult to de cipher, because of the careless manner In which they are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the poslofilce, whether directed to bis name or whether he Is a subscriber or not, is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the postolHce,or removing and leaving them un called for, Is "prima facia" evidence of in tentional I'BAUD. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby unnouu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 June 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE.' PUBLISHED KVERT THURSDAY BY H HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Adcarue. n. W. DUSIXBFRRE. EDITOR. .iONT.SUORO. TEN'S.. JL'XE 10. 18.SC. " KRFI Bl.ll'.W NOMINEES. Vrtll CONMC!. . R. BUTLER. if Johnson. KOlt 9F.NAT0H, .1. M. SIMERLY, of Carter. OR rLOATER, A. A. TAYLOR, of Washington. FUU IttrnESKNTATlVK, Mc C. WAGNER. FOR CIIANI'ELLOH, JOHN P. SMITH. Of Carter. Foil CIUCCIT JUDGE, .V. J. BROWN. Of Washington, l oll ATTOHSEY OEXKIIA1., II. T. CAMPBELL. uf Hancock. run tiuiLiT roriiT ti.KiiK, LEWIS COOPER. FOR COl'NTY CUL'ItT C.I.EHK, JACOB LEAB, FOIl 0HEP.IFF, f. P. BRITTON. Fll TRUSTEE, .IOIIN S. MATIIES. FOR ItEOIKTEIl, 1). P. O'BRIEN. Notice. When this paragraph is marked with a red X it indicates that your subscription has expired, and that we respectfully ask its renewal. "jamesG. Blaise Is only a private ci tizen, but his utterances are of so much lmportaneeJbcy are wired across the At lantic and when received every English editor ruises his bristles....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 June 1886

OEN. F. E. SPINNER. The Old -Watch Doc" of the lolled Slate Treasury. The news of the recent illness of cx United States Tteasurer Spinner brought regrets to till who have ever known him either in a business or a social way, for l.e was a straightforward business man a genial f rlrnd and companion. But nono will feel more sincere sorrow over the new of his ill health than the women employes of the treasury department, and in fact of the whole government. For it was Geu. Spinner who broke down the barrier which prevented their performing clerical work fur the government. This occurred timing ihu war when regular clerks were ilisiimicnrins' to enlist hi the urmy, and it looked ns if there were not L'oing to be men enough to go around. Then it was that the chivalric Ocn. Spin ner suggested to President Lincoln that tin opportunity be given women to take the men's places where possible. It Is astonishing when we look at it to think of the opposition this idea met with. But Spinner gaine...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 June 1886

A. Herald toibune. VOL. XVII, NO. 10. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 188G. $1 A tAR IN ADVANCE. a i THE BLAIR BILL. FULL TEXT OF THE MEASURE. T,he Bill to Aid the Kutabllshmcnt and Support of Couxinan School! Fend .. Ing Before Congreu. Be it enacted by the Senate and llnuse of Representatives of the United States of America In Congress assembled, that for olght fiscal years next after the pass age of this act there shall be annually ap propriated from tho money In the Treas ury the following sums, to wit: The first 'year the sum of $7,000,000, the second year the sum of $10,000,000, the third year the turn of $15,000,000, the fourth year the sum of $13,000,000, the fifth year the sum of $13,000,000 the sixth year the sum of $9,000,000, the seventh year the sum of $8,000,000, the eighth year the sum of $3,000,000, which several sums shall be expended to secure the ben efits of common school education to all the children of the school age mentioned hereafter living in the U...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 June 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO.'TENN.; JUNE 17. 1888. Marriage and death nolloes, not exceeding t line, Inserted free of charge. obituaries, over ten line, will be charged nt half reading matter rate. Ail wnmunu'iiumii lor mis paper Sliotllu le awompaniod by the pame of the author; not neuesaarlly for publication, hut na an evi dence 01 Rood faith on the part of the writer. Write only en one aide of the paper. He par ticularly careful In Riving namea and dntea 10 have the letters and figure plain and dis tinct, l'roper names are often difficult to de cipher, liecause of the careless manner In which they are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the postotflce, whether dlreoted to his name or whether ha Is a subscriber or not, Is responsible for the pay. Tn courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the postofflce, or removing and leaving them un called for. Is "prima facia" evidence of IX- IKMTIOKAl I'EAUD. , . . - - . . , ANNOUNCEMENTS...

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