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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 August 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. AUG. 28. 1880 Marrlaie and death notices, not exceeding ten lines. Inserted free of charm. Ohltunrlni, over ten llneo, wlU be charged at bal( reading matter rates. All communications for this raper should be accompanied by the name of the author; not necessarily for publication, but as an evi dence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one aid of the paper, lie par ticularly careful In 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 postoHlee, whether directed to his name or whether hs is a subscriber or not. Is renpooslbleforthepay. The courts bave decided that refuging to take newspapers and periodicals from the poetotnee, or removing and leaving them un called for, la "prima fa-la" evidence of IX- TKMTZOBAL VBAUP ' ... , ANNOIJNCBS1KNT8. - I here...

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. — 26 August 1886

Household. .' A little petroleum added to the water with which waxed or polished floors are washed Improves their looks. It roses are wiltered before they can be placed in water, immerse the ends of the stalks in very hot water for a minute or two and they will regain their pristine freshness. To clean brass, take one ounce oxanc acid, six ounces rotten stone, one-half, ounce gum arable (all in powder), one ounce sweet oil, and sufficient water to make a paste. Apply a small portion and rub dry with flannel or leather. Bice puddings are usually made too stiff with rice to be palatable. Two tablespoonfula of rice to a quart of milk is sufficient It should be cooked slowly until rich and creamy. A few raisins added with the sugar will not spoil it at alL Try this cocoanut cake: Mix three quarters of a pint of powdered sugar with one ounce of butter; add one pint of flour with one tablespoonful of baking powder, half a pint of grated cocoanut and milk enough to make a stiff batter. Bak...

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. — 2 September 1886

.1 - X 1 .: JONESBORO, TENNESSEE , ttlURSl KYt SEPTEMBER 2, 1886. : ".J $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. KXPLOEEK TISDEt. RECITES 6KH 0 MANS ADTENTBBESr! a A loath the West Side or tke thirk CiStC" V Bent Ben and Women Who Are Good Subjects for Zolat Pen Killing ".' .a Mate Elephant. r UX.VT. P. Tisdel, the' weU-knom African explorer, has had adventures' ' enough in the Dark Continent to fill half a dozen books like The Arabian Nights. : The fact that he has lived through bo much danger, survived fe vers that carried poor Livingstone off, and hundreds of other white men, and wandered for days through jungles so high "the sun never penetrated them, are proofs that he is a man of great courage and wonderful vitality. He speaks five languages", besides a number. Of negro dialects. With the elephant rifle, pistol and sword he is an expert,' and also an adept with that powerful weapon, the pen. . Just before depart ing for Dresden recently he related the following incident to a newspaper man: "Some...

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. — 2 September 1886

V HERALD AND TRIRUNE. M7BLUIIKD EVkHT TUDBSDAT ky TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At ft a Tear, in Advance. H. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. SEPT. 2. 1886. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. FOB OOVEBJfOB, A. A. TAYLOR. FOB C0RGBK8S, - R. R. BUTLER, Or J oh Dion. FOB 8E1UTOB, J. M. 6IMERLY, Of Carter. FOB REPRESENTATIVE", -McC. WAGNER. Tub work of repainting the White ' House goes bravely ou. All traces of the Jelfcrsonlun simplicity left by tobacco chewing office seeker are being carefully obliterated. Tub tubulated returns in the Con gressional races in this district, from 1873 to 1884, which appear on this page, wll' no doubt prove interesting to our read , ers Just at this time, as we are entering another contest. Texas failed in her ambitious effort to stir up a row with Mexico, but In lieu of that she was treated to a cyclone that tore up a couple of towns so completely that the borough lines were manqled beyond recognition. If Texas enn't have her little diversions In one way she wil...

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. — 2 September 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. SEPT. 2, 1886 Marriage and death notice, not exceeding ton lines, lnierled free of c barge. Obituaries, orer ton linen, will be charged at half reading matter rates. All communication (or thl paper should beacvompanled by the name or tin author; not necexaarily for publication, but nan evi dence of rood faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one aide of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In 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 take the paper regnlarly from the postolUce, whether directed to hi name or whether he Is a subscriber or not, 1 reaponalble for the pay. The court have decided that refusing to take newspaper and periodical front the potto triee, or removing and leaving them un called for. Is "prima fanla" evidence of in. TKNTIOMAL FRAUD. - ANNOUNCEMENTS. , i . i. . , 1...

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. — 2 September 1886

' Story of the French Coascrlptioa, A strange case of substitution Id the army has just been tried before the Landes Assizes. A certain M. Camout de Talcnce, belonging to one of the wealthiest families in the Landes, was called upon to begin his term of mili tary service as a conscript He joined the Fourteenth Regiment of artillery r.t Tarbes, and owing to his stupidity, was unable to pass the examination that would enable him to leave the army after a year with the colors. Finding the barrack-room insupportable after a life spent in luxrry and ease, il. de Talence resolved to shirk his services in every way he could. The doctors certified that he was strong, with a tendency to corpulence, yet he suc ceeded in getting into a hospital at Tar bes, and received a sick leave for three months. When he returned he fdl in with a man named Guenin, who owing to his lnlliiouco with a captain in the engineers, M. I.cbreton had the gentle m;iu soldier transferred to that corps. Thanks to compli...

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. — 9 September 1886

a ; iv'-t) r tibune. Y OL XVII, M 22. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1886. , $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Herald EittTHQUlKB MB EIRE. oiatlon that prevail here. Not a single place of business In the city save a drug store, which Is busy preparing prescrip tions for the wounded, is onen. It is im- The Terrible Calamity that 'Visited possible also to fljxi ' any correct cstimato " I n.t 1ia 1 1 11 .w Anil wnnnHlMl tta TIAniaB HV Charleston. of the killed and wounded, as bodies are constantly beiriejjslni(afruiathd- (1 nouses. , une unneruiK- said that he had i . . - Dris oi wrecked houses. er who was interviewed t i n mTTTl ftTTIV TAT T 1TTVC1 er wuo was inicryieweu. saiu uiai uo uuu H ALF.THE CITY IN RUINS, furnished elcht coffins up to noon to-day. juany oi me aeaa aro lying unouricu, nrinclnallv the noorer classes of colored Kearly 100 Persons Killed and as people , who will be buried by the county. There are not half a dozen tents in the Many More: Inj ured. -, , FARM AND H...

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. — 9 September 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. runi.iaiiF.D ivery tiichsdat by Tim ' HERALD ANDTRIBUNECO. At $1 a Year, in Advance. H. W. DUSINBERRE. EDITOR. JOXESDORO. TEN'N.. SEPT. 9, 1886. REI'l'HLICAN NOMINEES. FOR UOVEKNOB. . -;- A. A. TAYLOR. , , ron congress,1 R. R. BUTLER, -Of Johuaon. FOB SESATOB, J. JI. SIMERLY, Of Carter. FOB UEPHESESTATIVB, . . .JIiC. WAG-KER. From all parts of tho country come re-, ports of corruplloa of. public officials, especially from our large cities". WliUe It is to ha deplored that dishonest men can bo elected to positions of trust, it may be instructive to know that a majority of such characters have been put in office by Democratic votes. The "boodle" gang of Cincinnati have recently been unearth ed and their corrupt practices exposed to public view. This exposure has caused a great revulsion of feeling among the honest men of the Democratic party who' will no longer allow themselves to be used as the tools of the boodlcrs. - New York City is ruled entirely by Democratic...

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. — 9 September 1886

HERALD AND 11 TRIBUNE. J0NESBOR0. TENN.'. SEPT. 9, 1886 Marriage and death notice, not exceeding ten line. Inserted, ire of chares. Obituaries, overten lines, will be charged at naif reading matter rates. All communication! for thli paper shonld be aoeouipanled by the name of the author; not necessarily for putllcation';hutasanevU dence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only en one side of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In giving names and dates to have the letter aud figure plain and dls tlnct. . Proper name are often difficult to de cipher, because of Ihe careless manner iu which they are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the postofllce, whether directed to his name or whether he Is a subscriber or not, Is responsible for the pay. .i . The court have decided that refusing to take nowspapor and periodicals front the pod to nice, or removing mid leaving them un called for. Is "prima fa-la" evidence of in- TBMTIOKAL FRAUD. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 September 1886

He Loved a Doj. A man was recently brought before a Yankton (D. T.) Justice ot the Peace on the charge of assault and battery. The complaint says that you attacked this man with n knife and neariy killed , him; how is it?" said the Justice. 14 Yes, I stabbed at him a few times; he came up to my house and began abusing me and calling' nio names and" "That's no reason for assultiug him tho way vou did." "Hold on a minute, Judge; then he jumped around and said he could lick me and struck at me" "Still you had no business to .attack him so savagely; you nearly killed him." " That's all right, your Honor, 111 ex- nlain: the way he went on to abuse my wife and began chasing the children around the yard and" " That will do you had no excuse for attacking him with a knife; you should have called a policeman to remove him; I must hold you for attempt to kill." " Just another' word, Judge; after that he vauoa over and kicked my dog and" "Iley? kicked that liver-colored bird-dog of I yours?" "...

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. — 16 September 1886

A: T pibune. era VOL. XVII, NO. 23. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. SELECT MISCELLANY. r. Treatment of Mexican Prisoners. InZacatecas the prisoners are worked as cargadorca, and tuila-yiitlng -this fifty have passed my windows and all were loaded with wood. At other times we see them loaded with bags of earth and rubbish from the street, lime and sand for the builder and heavy stones used in paving the streets and side walks. Many of them are barefooted and clothed in rags, while others have a piece of a blanket around the loins, which form their entire suit They are driven to and fro by a mounted guard I consisting of about one-third of their own number; thus to them life is almost worse than death itself. 'When lumber or long timber is to be moved the two pieces are fastened to the pack-saddle on either side of a mule or burro, while the other ends drag on the ground; thus they are trailed along to the required place. Thisjs the secret of ...

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. — 16 September 1886

.v. w t - - - - 1 HERALD AX1 TRjMIKE. KUIUItV SVKMX TUCaVHUA X TUE HERALD ANDTRIBUNECO At t f, AJmih IVXUOVIUtSOK. A. A. TAYLOR. It It BVTLEtt. Or Juhuaon. VOH MtNATOH, J. M. SIMEKLV. ut Carter. VOU llKl'UESKST.VTlVC, MoC. WAGNElt. " vwoy Skdowipk will return o lis n. Im1. We infer from this that he lias fully forgiven himself u.-Waoxku is a man of sterling worth a well as ability, well acquainted with tw mn-Ai at our section, am' the people know it niid will act accordingly. . n vriKXATi has a prophet who declares the receut earthquakes to have been the rnlt of revolts among evil spirits in the WeU of the earth. The Prohibitionist should look into this matter. the ehoolboT who undertook to recite 'Lin ten on the liMne" and broke down be Vwhesot through, giving way to loud sobs wid briny tesr. Alf. will certainly call ou nim to expiun mo uip;h. rtrtt at Madiiiue. Alf and IVb Taylor oprued. the Jbint canvass at MadiJOnviHe. Monroe county, Thursdav last, each speaking two hours, to an...

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. — 16 September 1886

HERALD - AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENlCSEPT. 18, 1886 : x ANKQITKCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself as Prohibi tion candidate to represent the people of Washington county in the State Legisla ture. I represent the law and order ele ment, and my platform is, "death to the liquor traffic." ' A. M. Mettetal. Rev. T. J. Murphy will preach at the . Baptist church, Sunday. Hog cholera has been playing havoc among tho hogs in this county lately. Several were lost in Jonesboro. Incognito' "Camp Meeting Notes" reached us too late for. publication (his week. They will appear in our next issue. The Sulphur . Springs camp meeting was largely attended Sunday. The crowd was estimated at from 1500 to 2000, to which Jonesboro and Johnson City con tributed a large number. . . : Sf Once or twice last week a dog with a tin can tied to his tail might havo been seen running through our streets. Parties to such acts of meanness towards a dumb brute should be under severe penalty by . law. v There is an app...

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. — 16 September 1886

' Preference of Cottoa Seed Oil. Cotton seed oil, a good housekeeper tells us, is better, purer and cheaper than either lnrd or butter. Its price varies with the price of lard, but it Is always cheaper than lard.- (It makes fine rolls, biscuits, muffins, cornbread, gems, batter cakes, tea cakes and ginger bread. In some of these compounds it renders eggs necessary, and in others, where they are indispensable, lessens the number. As it boils at a lower degree of heat than the animal fats, it is pre-eminently (It for frying, and as the frying-pan, notwithstanding the anathema maranatlia of the hygienists, continues to be the American escutch eon, it behooves us to use it wisely not to burn our food in it In a certain kitchen, where a belief in this oil Is part of the culinary creed, fish, oysters and coquettes are fried to perfection in it Saratoga chips and wafers emerge from their oil plunge the very poetry of potatoes-tho golden morsels are crunched with thankfulness. Thus do its w...

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. — 23 September 1886

! .Herald Tribune m: xvii, no. 24. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. l M H SELECT MISCELLANY. ' Kroaberg Cattle. , Behind a soldier selected as my guide, and provided "with a huge pine torch, which he held in one hand while retain ing in his other an unlighted one in re serve, I accordingly made the descent into this feudal inferno. As we pro ceeded into the depths the torch appeared only as a dazzling spot against surrounding blackness, its ravs seem ingly effectual only to heighten the in- I f i.if)i l.i 1 mi i - .euacgivuuiuiuieiiutuB. xiioeyc uecawre at length accustomed to itsleadi how ever, and by its flicker against the mas sive pediments and walls upholding the superstructure of the fortress I was conducted now through , widej open spaces, and now through narrow, tor tuous galleries toward the nethermost recesses of these dungeons lying below the level of the sea. Their silence and chill, aided by their darkness and re moteness, Bugges...

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. — 23 September 1886

'V HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED BVKBV rbuBSDAY BY TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At f 1 a Year, in Adeanee. H. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. SEPT. 23, 1888. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. ron oovKRSon. A. A. TAYLOR. ' FOR CONGRESS, . R. R. BUTLER, Of Johnson. FOH SENATOR, J. Sr. SIMERLY, or Carter. FOIl IlKTOESENf ATrVK, McC. WAGNER, or Washington. FOR FLOATER, JOHN FAIN, or Sullivan. It it , rumored thai Secretary Manning ha Iihd tendered Ihe mission to Austria. The PrcsiJeut is absent from Wash ington, fooling and fishing in the moun tains, and none of his Cabinet officers can tell when he will pet enough of it and re turn to the White House, The Government has settled with John Roach. Having scaled the bills and then staved off payment of them for six or eight months, the Administration per suades itself that it has accomplished a triumph of economy and reform. Unbiased reports from the joint can vass indicates that both Bob and Alf are enthusiastically received by their respec tiv...

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. — 23 September 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. feEPT. 23. 1886 ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby announce myself as Prohibi tion candidate to represent the pcoplo of Washington county in the State Legisla ture. I represent the law and order ele ment, and my platform is, "death to the liquor traffic." A. M. Mettetal. The Q. A. R. post met Saturday last. There was a good attendance. AKnoxville Tribunt representative made Jonesboro a visit last week. The camp meeting of the colored people at Stewart's Ilill was largely at tended. Several carloads of cattle have been shipped from this point during the past ten days. The Grecna county fair is going on. We understand several of our citizens are in attendance. - Isaac Ilarr, the Democratic nominee for Representative speaks to-night at Bell's school house. . We aroln receipt of a complimentary ticket to the Loudon county fair. The management has our thanks. -Mr. C. Green has completed the en. largement of his fish pond and water has been let In. The pond is n...

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. — 23 September 1886

Co lice and lit tttcclt. New York has a doctor who has busied himself lately writing pithy articles on some of the baptized evils of society. Ilia latest mauifesto is on "How coffee effects people;" and the aim of the paper is to show that coffee . is one of the most powerful drugs in the list of medicines. The proof of its power as a drug is shown by the fact that it is used to a greater extent than any other as an antidote for poisons, both animal and vegetable. t He urges that he does not desire to reach the ear Of the public in general, but of those who have pains in the region of the heart, oppressed breath ing and an irregular pulse; those who are exceedingly nervous and unable to Bleep ainigut; those who have a full feeling, dizziness and pains of a neural gic character in the head; who have nausea of the stomach without having transgressed the laws of life; who have pains in the liver, a yellow skin with eyes of the same sort; and lastly, who have hemorrhoids. If the doctor ...

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. — 30 September 1886

) -: JONESBORO; TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, SEPTEME! 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. XVII. NO. 25. -r-rrr, Sefalet ( : i iva n Hrv n n Tin. K. 4. P i i i Ui P ! si 1 SELECT MISCELLANY.- ' Lawyers la Congress. . I have heard it said that Senator Edmund's law fees amount to 850,000 a year, and Kvarts has th repirtatldri of making a salary as large as that of the President's out- of his law practice. None of the lawyers of the present, however, pretend to take fees for argu ing bills intho Senate, and It is said that some of the great men of the past did this. Reverdy Johnston took fees as a senatorial lawyer, and a United States Senator told me the other day that Daniel Webster used to go out Into the lobbies and get his fee for speaking in favor of a bill and then go in upon the floor and make the speech. Henry Clay argued many cases before the Supreme Court while he was in the United ' States ' Senate, and Roscoe Conklingdoesa big business now aided by the great influence he acquired while he ...

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. — 30 September 1886

( r-'i HERALD AND TRIBUNE. FTJBMBHKD EVERY TIICKSDAY BY THE HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Advance. H. W. DUSIXBERRE. EDITOR. JONES CO HO. TENN., SEPT. 30, 1886. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. FOR GOVERNOR. A. A. TATLOR. for rosanBss, ' i ' f ' ' U. R. BUTLER. Of Johnson. FOR SENATOR, J. M. SIMERIA. Of Carter. ' FOR REPRESENTATIVE, McC. WAGNER. Of Washington. ' FOR FLOATER, JOHN FAIN, Of Sullivan. Nacticamt expressed, Alf is "point ing beautifully" "out pointing" Bob on every "tack." Ho. Zacii. Taylor, of Memphis, has been rc-noniinatcd for congress by the Republicans of the 10th district. Coi,. Jas. WniTE, of Hawkins coun ty, is meeting R. R. Butler, until the Democrats nominate a man in Judge Rose's place. The Admluistiattnn now insists that Envoy Sedgwick was not an envoy. We are willing to admit that he wasn't much of a one anyhow. The Democratic State Executive Com mittee hare put Ex. Gov. A. S. Marks, Senator Isham G. Harris, Bon. John F, Home, Hon. Thos. L. Williams and Sen ato...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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