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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 June 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED BVEBT THURSDAY T THB HERALDAND TRIBU N E CO. Atla Tear, in Advance. n W. DUSISBERRE. EDITOR. JONESUORO. TEN-Y, JL'XE 17. im. KEPI HLHAX NOMINEES. for cosonEss. It. R. BUTLER. if Johnson. KOK REXATOK, J. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. FOB FLOATEK, A. A. TAYLOR, Of Washington. tOU UEl'ltESENTATIVL, MiC. WAGXER. FOB. CHANCELLOR, JOIIX P. SMITH, (if Curter. KOK cllltUIT JUDGE, A. .1. BROWX. Of Washington. I'olt ATTOltXEV CESE1IA1., H. T. CAMPBELL. Of Hancock. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK, LEWIS'COOPER. FOB COL'XTY COURT CLEHK, JACOB LEAB, FOR SHERIFF, T. P. BRITTOX. FOB TRUSTEE, JOIIX S. MATIIES. FOR REGISTER, D. P. O'BRIEN. Notice. When this paragraph in marked with a red X It Indicates that your subscription has expired, and that wc respectfully ask its renewal. John Most, the howling Anarchist, seems to hare thought that America was a land where cowardly scoundrels could incite the Ignorant and vicious to assassi nation with impunity. He found out his mistake the otl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 June 1886

c :' 111 FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. Heats d Bo-. Tie hc-iu&g of the botes of tLe icap ror mower frequently cessions veia lions delay, ond occurs without any ap parent cause. It Is noticeable that a box onno heated U more prone to heat again, mid if the bo holding the shaft to -vhlch the sickle-driver Is attached is ever thoroughly heated, future trouble can lie avoided only by the greatest care. If the box fits to closely around the shaft it is apt to heat. So, too, if it fit too loose ly. Tlio shaft must Have enough play bul no more. Too much play is more fmiuunlly the cause thun too little play. Lack of proper oiling will, of course, cause the boxes to heat. Very few are so careless as nut to apply oil often enough but the oil may lie inferior. It is well to buy oil of only a reliable dealer, remem bering thnt poor oil may be sold at a low price! but good oil cannot. The rule for oiling a mower or reaper should be "Ut ile and often." Th...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 June 1886

- 1 13 ri Dune VOL. XVII, NO. 11. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1880. $1 A YEAR IN ADYANCE. c Herald WASHINGTON NEWS. DEFICIT NEXT YEAR. Hlncock'i Startling Flgum A Denial by jnorrinon. tT ABUUU tlUUO I.J. and anger sat upon the gloomy fuccs of the Democratic members of the Ways and Means Committee in the House te-doy as Mr. HIscock in the debate on the Leg islative bill proceded to (how by official figures and estimates thatlhe appropria tions for the next fiscal year made, and to be made, plus the permanent appro priations account of interest en the public debt, the amount required for the sinking fund, etc., will, exceed theesti ' mated revenues by about $14,000,000. Thus the Democratic Administration in " its second year and without any reduction of taxation will bo confronted with a de ficit Instead of a surplus of $30,000,000 as estimated in the report of the Democratic members of the Ways and Means Com mittee accompanying the Tariff bill. , Mr. Illscock stated that...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 June 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN... JUNE 84. 1886 Marriage and death nollocs, not exceeding ten llnee, Inserted free of ebarge. - Obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged at half reading matter rate. All communications for this paper ahould be accompanied by the name or the author; not necessarily tor publication, but aa an evi dence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only an-oae aide of the paper. Be par tlpulnrly careful In giving name and dates to have the letters and Ugure plain and dis tinct. Proper namesareoften dlfllcult to de cipher, because of the careleai manner In which they are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the postofliee, whether directed to his name or whether he Is a subscriber or not, Is reanonslble for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the postofliee, or removing and leaving them un called for. Is "prima faeia" .evidence of l in tention al FRAUD. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 June 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY By THE HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At (1 a Year, in Advance. H. W. DCSIXBERRE, EDITOR. .I0XE3B0R0. TENX., JUXE 24. 1880. KErrBLICAM NOMINEKN. FOR GOVERXOII, ' A. A. TAYLOR. FOR SUPREME COURT JUDGES, WILLIAM RANDOLPH, W. W. MURRAY, J. A. WARDER. SAMUEL WATSON, WILLIAM BAXTER. . FOU CONGRESS, R. R. BUTLER, or Johufcou. FOR SENATOR, J. M. SIMERLY, of Carter. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, McC. WAGNER. FOR CHANCELLOR, JOHN P. SMITH, Of Curter. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, . A. J. BROWN, Or Washington. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, H. T. CAMPBELL, or Hancock. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK, LEWIS COOPER. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK, JACOB LEAB, FOR SIIERIFF, T. P. BRITTON. FOR TRUSTEE, JOnN S. MATHE8. FOR REGISTER, D. P. O'BRIEN. Notice. When this paragraph is marked with a red X It indicates that your subscription lias expired, and that we respectfully ask lis renewal. Don't be caught with any "indepen dent" Democratic foolishness. A. J. Brows, II. T. Campbell and John P. Smith are the c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 June 1886

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. Orchard Work la Jan. Much may be done in the way of "an. ilcipated pruning," by going among new ly planted trees and rubbing oil all shoots that appear where branches are not want ed. By doing this now, the trouble of. sawing oil large branches some years later will be avoided. Grafts that were inserted this Ipring, and arc beginning to grow, should be treated as if they were young trees and brought into proper shape by judicious pruning. If one bud on a graft takes the lead of all the others, stop it bv pinching. In snort, treat a prutt as If it were a voting tree planted in mc sull, inslonil or being plained in an other tree. If shoots appear npon grape vines where they are not wanted, remove them. If an old vine has been severely pruned, numerous buds will start upon the old wood.' These are generally not wanted and should be broken off as soon ns they appear. This will be a lively month with insects. The curculi...

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

nn VOL. XVII, NO. 12. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 188G. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. .Herald ribune. WASHINGTON. SHALLOW DEMOCRATIC TRICK. Proposing o Income Tax Deceiving Needy and Ditabled Onion Soldier. Washington, June 20. The ex-Confederate Democrats, who control the ma jority In the House, ara prettly sly some times. Just now they are chuckling over a achenia by which they expect either to . check the disabled veterans of the Union Army and Nary ox to force upon the country a law which was repealed many years ago on account of its inquisitorial nature and the difficulty of executing it. The Committee on Invalid Pensions held a meeting to-day and agreed to unite the Senate Pension bill, known as the "Blair bill," and the bill readjusting and fixing the rates of pension to be paid on account of the loss of an arm or a leg, and to fast en thereon a "rider" in the form of a bill to impose a graduated tax on incomes, the revenues from which shall be applied to the payment of p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 July 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENS.. JULY 1. 1886 Marriage and death notices, not exceeding van mm, mmwu iwvm VI VUKqre Obituaries, over tea lines, will be charged nt half reading nutter rale. All communication! for thlt paper ilionld be anvompanled by the name or tiie author; not necessarily for publication, but aaenevl dence or good faith on the part of the writer. W rite only en one side of the papor. Be par- iiiiiinrij i-srciui id niving name ana ante to have the letter and figure plain and dl. tlncu l'roper name are often UlUlcult to de cipher, becue or the enrelea manner In wnicu inoy are written. Any person who take the paper regularly from the postofllce, whether directed to hi name or whether ho I a subscriber or not, 1 responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that rehiring to take newspaper and periodical from the postotnee, or removing and leaving them un- i-Kiiea ror, is -prima laeia" evldeuce or is- TKNTZOKAL FKAUD. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself as Pr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 July 1886

HERALD AND TRIRUNE. PUBLISH ID KVKltT TUCRSDAT By HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At 1 a Tear, in Advance. 0 VT. DrSIXBERRE. EDITOR. JONESHORO. TEXX..JULY l.M " "Rtl'lBLICAN NOMINEES. Fon oovEitxon. A. A. TAYLOR. FOIt PVPltEMECOUnT JUDO EH, (Stat at Large) WILLIAM RANDOLPH, J. A. WARDER. i,Vot Kast Tonnessee) WILLIAM BAXTER. (For Mlddlo Tennessee) SAMUEL WATSON, (For West Tennessee' IW. W. MURRAY, Full CONUUKt. U. R. BUTLER, nr Johnson. FOR 8F.NATOR, .T. M. SlMERLY, of Carur. FOR HF.rRFEXTAT!TE. MiC. WAGNER. FOR CHANCELLOR, JOHN P. SMITH. Of Caiter. FOR CIRCUIT J I DOB, " A. J. BROWN, Of Washington. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, II. T. CAMPBELL, Or Hnnceok. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK, LEWIS COOPER. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK, JACOB LEAB. FOR SHERIFF, T. P. BRITTON. FOR TRUSTEE, JOHN 8. MATIIES. FOR REGISTER, D. P. O'BRIEN. fall for Meeting of Floterlal Executive Committee. Newport, Tenn., June 23,1886. Hon. J. A. West, Chairman Rep. Ex. Com. Washington county. My dear sir: Please call a mceliag of the Flot...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 July 1886

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. Shocking Grain. Very few farm hands know how to shock raia properly ; and yet others ihock poorly because of indolence. It is poor policy to hare the shocking done by boys. The use of the self binder must remove nil excuse for the work Iking done by them. Surely, enough men can now be got to do this work. The self-binder is usually set to mnke rather large bundles, und they are always compact. Hence not more thau twelve of these bundles should be put in a shock. If more are used, the grain will not cure properly, and more are not required to give the shock the needed stability. Two persons should al ways work together. Let each take two bundles and set Hie two pairs together. Then let each mun set one bundle at the end nearest to him, alternating with the two already set. Two bundles at each side, alternating with those pievlously set, and the two cup sheaves, complete this model shock. Each bundle should he driven ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 July 1886

n r ribune. VOL. XVII, NO. 13. n JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 18SG. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Herald 1 i . i i ...i, '. . WASHINGTON. PAYING OFF. How the Membere of Congrats Get Their Members. ; Washington Hatchet: . It is Interesting to watch the way in which Uncle Barn's sons draw on the old man at the Capitol. Take the lower house. The bank for the members is - conveniently situated alongside the Speaker's room at the west I side of the wing, and Is conducted as any other banking house. Checks on it are good commercial paper anywhere in the country. There are seven men connected with the management of the bank, in eluding the Sergeant-at-arms. Tho Dep uty Scrgcnnt-at-arm s gets $ 2,000 per an num, the cashier $3,000, the book-keeper $1,800, the paying teller $2,000, the mes senger $1,800, the page $720, and a la borer $5 a day during the session. There is an average of $130,000 in the safe while the House is in session. When money is needed the messenger goes to the Treas ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 July 1886

V HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 8, 1888 Marriage and death notion, not exceeding ten line, Inserted free of charge. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be chanted at half reading matter rate. All eommnnlcatlons for this paper should b accompanied by the name of the author; not oeceuarlly for publication, but a an evi dence of rood faith on the part of the writer. Write only en one aide of the paper. Be par. tleularly careful In giving names and date to have the letters and figures plain and dis tinct. Proper names are often dllticult to de cipher, because of the careless manner In which Uiey are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the postofflce, whether directed to his name or whether be Is a subscriber or not. Is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspaper and periodicals from the postofflce, or removing and leaving them un called for. Is "prima facia" evidence of is- TEKTIONAI. FRAUD. . ANNOUNCEMENTS. ' I hereby an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 July 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. rt'DLiailED BTEBY TUVB8DAT By TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Adtanee. II. W. DU8INBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 8. 1886. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. FOR GOVERNOR. A. A. TAYLOR. tor eupnEME court judges, (Stnte at Large) WILLIAM RANDOLPH, J. A. WARDER. (Kor East Tonnessee) ' WILLIAM BAXTER. (For Mlddlo Tonnessee) SAMUEL WATSON. (For West Tennessee) W. W. MURRAY, FOR congress, It. R. BUTLER, Of Johnson. FOR SENATOR, J. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. FOIl REPRESENTATIVE, McC. WAGNER. FOR CHANCELLOR, JOHN P. SMITH, Of Carter. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE, A. J. BROWN, Of Washington. Foil ATTORNEY GENERAL, it. T. CAMPBELL. Or Hancock. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK, LEWIS COOPER. FOR COUNTY COURT CLERK, JACOB LEAB, FOR SHERIFF, T. P. BRITTON. FOR TRUSTEE, JOHN S. MATIIES. FOR REGISTER, D. P. O'BRIEN. "Independent" how! when! Be. I'Aiise tlipy have not independence enough to come out before a convention of their party mid openly receive its sanction, docs that make them "independe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 July 1886

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. To Mother. Ill estimated that out of every 100,000 iufaats born in our large cities 24,000 die before they see tbeir first birthday. Out of 100,000 yearly births 86,000 die under the age of 5 years, henc 60,000 die beforv reaching their fifth birthday. If it is worth while going to the trouble of having babies it certainly should be worth while trying to" keep thera a little longer. ' A french commission, composed of MM. Moutard-Martin, Bergeron, Par rot, I'lachez and Dngurdin-Beanmetz, lms prepared the iollowing instructions to mothers and nurses with this end in view, and the code lms been published by the department of public charities of Paris: 1. Till tho appearance of the first ttcth i. e., between the sixth and seventh months the only food of the infant should be milk, tlmt of the mother pre ferably, if she be in good condition, oth erwise tlmt of a wetnurse. It is very (bingcrous to give an infant solid food...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 July 1886

Herald In bune. ri.r J KM 3 if ft t? I 1 J VOL. XVII, NO. 14.. S i WASHINGTON. GARLANDS RETIREMENT AT HAND. ; Ills ltenlg-natlon Expected to be Handed to the tyMldcnt at an Early Day. Washington, July 11. The official announcement at an early day of Mr. Garland's retirement from tlie-Cabinet need not be a surprise. There Is goed reason for saying that -his resignation would hate been acceptable to the Presi dent at any tlmo since his relations to the Pan-Electric speculation were exposed In The Tribune last fall. There was at a time last winter when Mr. Cleveland had determined to ask Mr. Garland to resign, but he was prevailed upon to reconsider his determination and so the Attorney General has been allowed to remain. But there is reason to believe that Mr. Gar land has not enjoyed the President's con fldence since that time. Indeed, there is good authority for the statement that for months past the President has refrained from consulting the Attorney -General in regard to matters ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 July 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JOSESBOBO. TESN., JULY 15. 1886 Marriage and death nollcet, not exceeding ten line, Inserted free of charge. Obltonrle, over ton lines, will be charged at half reading matter rate. All commnnlcatloni for this paper ihould be accompanied by the name of the author; not necessarily for publication, bnt Manevl deuce of wood faith on the part of the writer. Write only en one aide of the paper. Be par llcularly careful In giving name and dates to have the letters and figures plain and dls tlnct. Proper names are often clilUcult to de cipher, because or the careless manner In which they are written. . Any person who takes the paper regularly from the Dostorflce. whether direct,! tn ii name or whether he Is a subscriber or not, is The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the Don to trice, or removing and leaving them un called for. Is "prima facia" evidence of is tent:onal fraud. ANNOUNCEMENTS. . . . To the voters of the 15th civil di...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 July 1886

r iWi HERALD AND TRIRDNeS rTM .i .IIKU BVKKY T.lCi.snAT BY THB HEKALO ANu fBlBUNECO. At $1 a Tear, in Advance. H. VT. DTTSIXBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., JULY 15, 1888. BEI'IBLICAN NOMINEES. FOR GOVERNOR. A. A. TAYLOR. FOB SITRE.VE COURT JVDGEU, (State at Largo) WILLIAM RANDOLPH, J. A. WARDER. (For East Tennessee) WILLIAM BAXTER. (For Middle Tennessee) BAMUEL WATSON, (For West Tennessee) PV. W. MURRAY, FOR CONGRESS, R. R. BUTLER, Of Johnson. FOR SENATOR, J. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. ' FOR REPRESENTATIVE, McC. WAGNER. FOR CIUNCEIXOR, JOHN P. SMITH, of Carter. FOR CIUCUIT JCDOE, A. J. BROWN, or Washington. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, H. T. CAMPBELL. Of Hancock. FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK, LEWIS COOPER. FOR COCSTT COURT CLEI1K, JACOB LEAB, FOR SHERIFF, T. P. BRITTON. FOR TRUSTEE, .lonN S. MATIIE9. FOR HEOISTER, D. P. O'BRIEN. Was it n "gag" convention? The latest from Carter county 1200 to 1500 Republican majority next August. Whoop her up, boys. Washington county Democrats will cast their sixt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 July 1886

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. The Car of Hot-. A leading veterinary surgeon in con versation with a reporter for the Zlailand Ecprett to day, said: "Want of ordinary cam often ruins some of the best horses. Even those people employed to take chfirge of the animals often neglect some of Hie xininlcst Ihinirs. Every horse should be rcshoil ut least once a mouth After each day's work the animal's feet should be carefully examined, to ascer tain that the shoes are in food order and gravel or stones removed. Twice each week the feet should be carefully looked at, broken nails replaced, loose shoes fastened and projecting clinches reduced. Once a week the feet should be stuffed with flaxseed meal or wet clay. Any un healthy condition of the hoof ought to be immediately attended to. Horses require careful grooming and should be rubbed dry when used; not allowed to stand without rubbing when heated. Occasion al sponging of the nostrills with a weak mixt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 July 1886

Herald VOL. XVII, NO. 15. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE. THCRSD AY, JULY 22, 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. WASHINGTON. THE PENSION COMMISSIONER'S REFORM. Further Development In the InTestlga tlon of Geaeral Black. Washington, July 14. The commlt too tbat has been investigating Commis sioner Black drew out some sensational evidence this morning which shows that he has been guilty of doing exactly what he charged his Republican predecessor with having done. . . , Last week the committee sent down to the Pension Office for the papers in six cases that had been brought to their at tention in which Block had granted pen sions against the evidence, and the decis ion of his own examiners, for political reasons, or to oblige personal and politi cal friends, and every one of them are not only questionable, but are many degrees worse than any oi those vetoed by the President - -.. - . At Black's instance one of the six cases was taken up to-day, and it was that of one Peter Wynne, who lives in Washing t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 July 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 23. 1886 Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten lines, inserted free of charge. Obltuurleti, over ten lines will be charged ut half reading matter rates. . All communications for this paper should beaocomuauled by the namo or the author; not necesBarlly for publication, bat u an evi dence of good faith on the part of the writer. W rite only on one side of the papor. Be par tlculurly careful in giving names and dates to have the letters aud figures plain and dis tinct. Proper names are often dllllcult to de cipher, because of the careless manner lu which they are wrlttu. . Any person who takes the paper regularly from the postolliee, whether directed to his name or whether he Is a subscriber or not, Is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that remains to take newspapers and periodicals from the evldence of ix- poetofllee.or removing and leaving them an oaiiea lor, is -prima iaoia TKKTIOHAL KEAUD. ANNOUNCEMENTS. To the vote...

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