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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 July 1886

HERALD AND TRIRONE. PUBLISHED CVKBY THURSDAY BY TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Advance. H. W. DUSIKBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBURO. TENN., JULY 22. 186, KEI'tBLICAN NOMINEES. VOn tlOVKRNOH. A. A. TAYLOR. KOlt dl'PHEME COURT JUDGES, (Mate at Large) WILLIAM RANDOLPH, " J. A. WARDER. (For East Toune9) WILLIAM BAXTER. (Eor Middle TemicMee) SAMUEL WATSON, (For Went Tennessee) W. W. MURRAY, KOU COHOKK8B, R. R. BUTLER, Or Joauson. FOU SENATOR, . J. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. KOlt ItEI'IlESEXTATIVE, JlcC. WAGNER. FOR CHANCELLOR, JOHN P. SMITH. Or Carter. FOR CIRCUIT JUOOE, A. J. BROWN, a or WmiulngtoD. FOR ATTORNEY OENKRAI., II. 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. MATHES. FOR REGISTER, D. P. O'BRIEN. If you arc irt favor of the Blair educa tional bill veto the regular Republican ticket. If you arc opposed to the penitentiary lease system, by which convicts are brought in compet...

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. — 22 July 1886

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. Peach Culture. The conditions of failure in peach growlnsr, concisely stated, are: 1. A wet soil, or one that from any cause holds water around the roots of the tree, whether the land is situated high or 'ow. 2. Excessive fertility, while the tree are young, whether it be secured in the natural condition of the soil or by the in genuity of man. 3. Severe cutting lack of the young growth each year, thus dwarfing the tree nd robbing it of much natural vitality. !. Allowing the trees to overbear and ilms exhaust their vitnlitv by a single crop of fruit. ?i. Hy deficient and improper cultiva llnu. On the other hand, the conditions of success in peach growing are: 1. An elevated location that is not sub ject to the late frosts In the spring or early frosts in the fall. 2. A warm and moderately fertile soil that is well drained by natuic. Artificial drainage may prove successful, but its utility has not yet been fully dem...

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. — 29 July 1886

n : f) I . . . ; . ... . .. : ' vol. xviirNo: ic ' J0XESR0R0, TEXNESSEE;TJURSDAY, JULY 29. 188G. $1 A YEAR L ADVANCE. a:.a;taylor. HIS SPEECH .' AT .. KNOXVIXLE. rVaahinctoa! County's 8llver-Tos;ael Orator Opea tha Gubernatorial , i-IT Catura on the 17th mutant at 8taub'f Theatre. ' Republicans and Democrats alike from several East Tennessee counties were present to hear, tho lion. A. A. Taylor discuB the living political issues of tho day, and all who beard him at Slaub'i theater went away well pleased. The theater was' comfortably filled, many ladles being present. At half past 1 o'clock the speaker was Introduced by lion. O..P. Temple. Fellow citizens of Tennessee, I thank you for this reception. I take it, that it means, the Republicans of Enox county and adjoining counties are united and de termined upon a Republican victory this year. We have known that as the minor ity party of this State, wo must be united in the coming conflict and have no fights or petty Jealousies inside ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 July 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. , PtTBLIBHED BVBBt mUHSDAT Y THE HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Advance. n. W. DUS1NBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 20, 1880. BKI'l -UL1GAN NOMINEES. . KUtt OOVEtfNOK. ' ' A. A. TAYLOR. FOIl CONGRESS, R. R. BUTLER, or Johnson. FOtt SENATOR, J. M. S1MERLY, of Carter, yoll REPRESENTATIVE, McC. WAGNER. REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Supreme Judged Stale at Large, W. M. RANDOLPH, J. A. WARDER. Eastern Division, W. M. BAXTER. Miilillo Division, ' SAMUEL WATSON. Western Division, W. W. MURRAY. For Chancellor, '-' ' JOHN P. SMITH. For Circuit Judge, ANDREW, J. BROWN. ,'. For Attorney General, n. T. CAMPBELL. For Sheriff, T. P. BRITTON. For Circuit Court Clerk, LEWIS COOPER. For County Court Clerk, JACOB LEAB. For Trustee, JOHN S. MATHES. For Register, ' . D. P. O'BRIEN. ... . For Constable, ' For School Commissioner, See that your ticket reads like the ono in this column. Let Republicans stand by their nees in every county. noml See that the election is held accor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 July 1886

DON'T FORGET The Place. Main Street, JONESBORO, TENN. DOORS OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY. From G A. M. to 9 P. M. ADMISSION FREE. "A BIG CLE C J'$ C O.MING." SAVE MONEY TO GO,iB'S I3'DINGvS:OUR GOODS AT THE GREATEST INVENTION Of the Age IS THE CELILVrED LOYE Sewing Machine IT DOES ALL KINDS OF Plain and Fancy Sewing and Works Buttonholes. And Two Rows of Stitching at One Time We are Sols Agent CALL AND REE IT. R. M. MAY" More Goods for ONE DOLLAE lthto Any.. Other Store in Town. JYEW GOODS Received DAILY Mr Stock is Complete av EVERY DEPARTMENT. The Lar-rest Invoice of BOOTS and SHOES ever brought to thia 'market. In CLOTHING wo have all the NEW and NOBBY STYLES, for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS. A FULL Line of LADIES' DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. i . - r Herald and tribune. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 29 , 1880. ANNOUNCEMENTS. To the voters of the 15th civil district nt Washington county: I announce my name as a candidate for constable at the ensuing August election. Yours respectfully, . W. H. C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 July 1886

''..' - '. - J " ' ' 11 . . ALP. TAYLOR'S RPPtPP ( m 77 I " ' "' t 1 ,. . . h I 3 - ( i I Continued from 1st page. born of fire and water, clothed In steel and brass, has given muscles and wings to the onmoring world. In net works of enduring iron, his pathway traverses the continents of the earth. The blare of his trumpet voice from lungs of steel arouses the echoes amid ten thousand hills Rnd dales, the rolling thunder wakes beneath his mighty tread as he bears the lich burdens of commerce from ocean to ocean. lie stops not on the laud, but plunging the stormy main he lashes its billowy brine, like a mad Leviathan, and speeds the huge argosies of commerce like ocean birds before the gale, from continent to continent and from isle to isle. lie stands in Vulcan's forge and wields his ponderous hammer, lie delves into the bowels of the earth, ' uud from her c iverns of Plutonian dark newt drugs forth her unwilling treasures and lays them at the feet of his great nunter, man. Ten thou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 August 1886

) ti , A TOL XVII, NO. 17,,;: JONESBOKOTENNESSp:THURBpAY,-AUGUST 5, 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ,1 ! Vi lli '1 '.i - : : - ,- - :.-:rA:-,A:- ' ' V ,,- .VtfT : ,'.t v .. .V- . . .". ' .... , ,,. ..,. ' . ' .. ;. " , ! , . "'. . WASHINGTON;1 v SIXMILLIONS VOTED FOR DE s ' FENCE. " r , . The 8onaU PaMt U Fort location Hill -ti-...:. i..n;A lottos from Mr. Tliaeo.''' i Wasiiinotou, July 28. The ' Senate 1 ", took up and passed the' Torliflcations bilj after a long debater Mr.' Ddjf who had ' "charge of the difll' stated' that as the bill 'Umi frtim the' House1 ir'approprlatiad WSO.OOO,'-although1 the cstlraa8;o.f the ' '! Department Wer about $3,000,000 : The! apiount added, to' Ine bill was $010,00".- ; so that It nonappropriated $0,680,000. 1 . ; The location of the Governiricnfrworks was dscussc4 !Mesrs. Dolpb.1 Mc; iV Pherson,' Hawley -and Ctticr Senator. aiic nuiciiuuiuut (jui buu uiHllilluieo UUBIg- , . nates Frankford Arsenal, Pennsylvania, as the place for the finishing of heavy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 August 1886

v 01 -HERALD AND TRIBUNE, niUSUID IVUI TnCKSOAT BY TBS HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At Tear, in Advanct. H. W. DUSIXBERRE, EDITOR. JOKESBORO. TENN., AUG. 5. 188 KEPCBLICAN NOMINEES. FOROOVKRHOK. ' A. A. TAYLOR FOB C0H0RE8, R R BUTLER, Of Johnson. . ........ , .. FOB BERATOB, - , , ' J. M. SIJIEKLY, Of Carter. Vf FOB REPRESENTATIVE, McC WAGNER STATE., ' Democrat' Claim' only tt' Havi Hald ,.. -, Their Own. : . i Th return thus far Indicate a majori ty for the Democratic Supreme Judge; though they are not full enough to make anyacenrate estimate of the vote. Some Democratic papers place their majority at 30,000, hut the most rcllahle Informa Un la tlmt ni-mocrats have only held ' their own, which will make the figure fall far below that estimate. ' ' . The, long looked for and much desired had taken place Congress adjourned alnu die. . 1 i Bbowm'b majority in Hawkins county n. This Indicates that the Cornet did not" have a very large1 circulation there ' during the campaign. ; ' ' '"' "' f ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 August 1886

- m I a i '. r . jvj r J THE GREATEST INVENTION. - Of the Age t IS TI IE CELEBlt ATEI Sewing Machine ' IT DOES AIL KINDS OF Plain and ' Fancy Sewing and Works Buttonholes And Two Rows of Siltehing at One Time We ore Solo Aleuts CALL AND SEE IT. ' The Place. 7 '-" U MOKTilY TO GO, T3Y BXJYENTG YOUR GOODS A.T , K M. : MAY'8 CI-IEP - GASH STORE ""I4 Movq Goods fbr 'ONE DbLLAE ?than ny Other Store in Town. 5 if i NEWS GOOpS Received BAIL Y j :JStock is Complete j-EVERY DEPARTMENT. - ThW Latest. Invoice of BOOTS and SHOES ever brought to this market. ' In CLOTHING wo have aU the NEW and NOBBY STYLES, for MEN YOUTHS and BOYS. A FULL Line of LADIES'-DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS. ''" .Main Street,-. -; JONESBORO, TENN. 1 DOORS OPEN EVERY DAT EXCEPT . : 'auNDAY.'" --' i i From G A. M. to O7P.M. ADMISSION FREE. "AVBIG CIRC y S COMING." HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TEXff;; AUG. 5, 1880 , :, '. ..MaTrtago and death nolloes, not exceeding , tan llnea, inserted free of charge, i Obituaries, over t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 August 1886

FARM AND HOUSEHOLD. TOPICS OF INTEREST TO THE FARMER AND HOUSEWIFE. Pruning Carraat nd Gooaebeiry Buihw; I notice advice on pruninc currants as follow,, writes a New York correspon dent. 'Trune out old canes and train up new shoots." But permit me to give you a modern Canadian plan of pruning that has proved very successful, viz.: Cut hack ono-hnlf of the new growth on the top of the bush each year after they arc old enough to bear, and only leave one or two young shoots each year from the bottom. By this method the follow ing advantages arc gained: First Strong growth in the fruiting part of the bush, at tuc top. Second Rank folingc that will not falj off until frost comes, thus keeping the fruit from sun scaldjng and having to be picked early In the season to, save them. Third Larger fruit and longer bunch , eft, because all the small currants and and short bunches are produced near the terminal biids, and these being pruned off give us nothing but largest Jfruit, and as it is the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 August 1886
Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 August 1886
Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 August 1886

DON'T FORGET T) The Place, "A B I G 0 I K C L' 8 0 0 M 1 N (i." SAVE MONEY TO GO, BY BTJYIlsra YOUR GOCXDS A.T R. M. MAY'S CHEAP CASH STORE THE GREATEST INVENTION Of the Age IS THE CELEBRATED LOVE Sewing Machine IT DOES ALL KINDS OF ' Plain and Fancy Sewing and Works Buttonholes. Ami Two Rows of Stllcbing at One Time We are Sole Agents CALL AND SEE IT. 1 Main Street, JONESBORO, TENN. DOORS OPEN EVERY DAY EXCEPT , SUNDAY. ' ' From 0 A. M. to 0 P. M. ADMISSION FREE. More Goods for Q3STE DOLLAR than Any Other Store in Town. NEW GOODS Received DrflZY. ' My Stock is Complete i.y EVERY DEP&RTMENT. The Largest Invoice of BOOTS and SHOES ever brought to this market. In CLOTHING wo have all the NEW and NOBBY STYLES, for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS. A FULL Line of LADIES' DRESS GOODS AND TRIMMINGS.. HERALD AND TRIBUNE. J0NESB0RO. TENN.. AUG. 12,1880 1 Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten linen, Inserted free of charge. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged 4t half reading matter r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 August 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. rUBLUHED KVEBT THURSDAY Br TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Year, in Advance. H. 7. DUSIXBERRE. EDITOR. JOXESBORO. TENN.. AUG. 12. KKI'l'DLICAN NOMINEES. FOR GOVERNOR. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR CONGRESS, R. R. BUTLER, Of Johuson. FOR SENATOR, J. M. SIMERLY, Of Ciirter. FOR IIKFKESENTATIVK, McC. WAGNER. Tub Knoxvlllo Tribune has been fore cd to take another dose of gall and worm wood. T)k. J. A. KniKi'ATRicK, delegate to the Democratic State Convention, from Boon's Creek, is said to be lntlio "Round House" for repairs. Gii.es Jacksos went to the State con vention, but saw enough through tho "cracks" to satisfy him, and returned home before the convention organized. - No news as yet from the Supreme Ju illcial tk-ket. The Democrats still claim the election of their ticket by 80,000 ma Jority, but they fail to show up the proof. The enthusiasm with which Bob Tay lor's nomination was received at Jones boro oiiht to demonstrate to tho dele gates attending the State conventi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1886

i ) A ..... : i VOL. XYII,,N0. 19. J0NESB0R0,-TEM SSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 19, 1886. $1A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ... ... ' ; - : " '-)' ' ' "! .' ;- ; - 4 MISCELLANY. Am Incident of Uf 1 Mew Hexlcov ':. . This little story Is told by-H. H, Car-', penter, a mine owner, of Silver City, N. M by way of showing the folly of em ploying Apaches as scouts: "A friend of mine, by the name of Elliott was out only last season coming through the mountains, and there Apaches began to crack at him. lie was alone. He turned, - on them with his Winchester and they slipped down . behind thfc . rocks, not showing their heads, tut would every now and. then simply put up a hand and tire their gun rn the direction of Elliott He stood there for a time trying to hit one of their bands, but did not succeed. , After a time he said: .'WeU three against one is tdo' many; I guess,' and, walked off, carefully facing about from time to time, so. that they did not dare to pursue him. ' Two weeks after that he was at a mili...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1886

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1886

DONT FORGET VTW' Place! - v '" . Main Street,' JONESBORO, TENN. DOORS OPE EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY... ..... Ftfom 0 A. M. to 0 P. M. ADMISSION FREE, ;; "A BIG C I IUM S COM TNG.'' SA.VE MOXEV TO G O, BY T3"U YJisG OU Lt GOODS A.T STORE , More Goods for OlSTE DOLLAK tlirin. .Any Utner btore m xown. JYEWGOOD$ ' Received miLY. Mr, Stock is Complete .v EVERY, DEPARTMENT 'The Lart InvoinA of BOOTS and SHOES ever brousrht to thii market. . In CXOTHING we have all the Nw ana JNUudi " . . . . -rf-v I-fTl I" TT ( T T TVT v tJ i STYLES, for MEN, YOUTHS and BOYS. A FULL Line of LADIES' DRESS GOpus am y xn IIERALt) 4KB TRIBUNE. JONESBORO, TENN.. AUG. 10,' 1880 Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten linen. Inserted free of oharge. . i Obituaries, over ten lines, will bo charged, at half reading matter rater. ' All communications for this paper should be aooompanled by the name of llie author; not necessarily for publication, but as an evi dence of good faith on the part of tho writer. Writ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 August 1886

Mat HacsssaTy to Drown. " . Man; persons have wondered that all animals seem to possess an Instinctive knowledge of swimming, and that man alone lacks this gift It is not neces sary that a person knowing nothing of the art of swimming should drown, if he will depend upon the powers for self-preservation with which nature has endowed him. When one of the inferior animals takes the water, falls or is thrown in, it instantly begins to walk as it does when out or water. But when a man who cannot "swim" gets into the water he makes a few spasmodic struggles, throws up his anus, and drowns. The brute, on the other hand, treads water, remains on the surface, and is virtually insubmer gible. In order, then, to escape drown ing, it is necessary to do as the brute does, and that is tread or walk water. The brute has no advantage as to his relative weight in respect to the water over man, and yet the man perishes while the brute lives. Nevertheless, any man, any woman, any child, who can walk ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 August 1886

V ry ......... t , - " t - ,'OL. XYI1, NO. 20. jpESRORO, TEMESSEf;. TflllRSpftY, AUGUST 26, 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. , - ' . .Herald FrlhiTTVA'' I;; MISCELLANY. Itait.MU'fl pl ttk tta Britoa. . . left re the far, when Corkhlll wis a J inf sttorry In an low town, hardly jlgerl. a young man from England I 4 tt tne same hoar a. The Eng- mm made some reflections on the ) al orofeasion in the pvesence of the Uefil of peoplvand Corkhill hotly anted it, and psed some very objec table Uuguagg, whicl. the English ) n resentxt by striking at CorkhllL ere wens half a dozen young fellows ( IdeCorkMll in the prty, with their ids full of mischief, and it did not j them long to arrange a plan to , ract son's tun from the quarrel ne of thrro went to the Englishman i told him he never could rest under 1 at Corkhit had said except in dia- tce; that striking with the rista might 1 in England, but nothing short of a liwnga wwld satisf an American nmunlty. Tkj youz? Briton -was lof the pluctot his na...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 August 1886

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