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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 September 1886

HERALD. AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. SEPT; 8d, 1886 M-A-t-A nA rtMitri anlWiMr wt eSet!!!l' ten HnesTlnserted free of charge. . " Obituaries, over tea linen, will be chanted at balf reading matter rate. All communications for this paper should be accompanied by the name or the author: not necessarily fbt publication, but ai an evi dence of good faltli on the part of the writer. Write only an one ilde of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In giving names and dates to nave 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 poetoffice, whether directed to his 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 postofflce, or removing aud leaving them un called for, Is "prima faola" evidence of is- IKST.'OW AI. rBAUD. ANNOUNCEMENTS. - . a...

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. — 30 September 1886

lie Didn't Gel the Tip. : "Harry," Bald a young wife to her husband, " can you get me some ostricl tips to-day, as you go down town, and have them sent up?" "Ostrich tips!" he answered, with a puzzled look. " Yes, dear, ostrich tips." "Oh," he replied, as if he knew ail about it, "of course I can;" and he went away without betraying his ignorance. That evening when he came back his wife met him at the door. I "Oh, Harry," she cried, "the tips didn't come. You forgot them, you naughty fellow." "Not much, I didn't," he said with spirit; " but they didn't have any." "Didn't have any? Why, I saw them In a dozen places yesterday. Where did you go V" "Every place. Frank's and Joe's and Sam's and a whole lot more places. They could give me base-ball tips and horse-race lips, and regatta tips, but nobody had any ostrich tips, and I gave it up as a bad job." She looked at him closely for an In stant, took in the situation, and mutual explanations resulted in an amicable settlement. . The Kin...

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. — 7 October 1886

1 Sir at VOL. XVII.'NO. 26. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1886. A YEAR IN ADVANCE. r TENNESSEE CAMPAIGN. INFLUENCE OF THE CANVASS. The riowera' 0 er the wall or rarnr Interesting Kemlnleeencet and Election Fleam, Eta., Eta. A special correspondent of the Cincin netl Commercial Gazette, writes the fol lowing Interesting letter to bis paper: Deer Park, Ma, Sept 25. There are many points of great interest about Tennessee politics' just now, and they are certainly ' attracting a very great deal of attention.- The features Of two broth ers running on .opposing tickets for the highest office to. the State and conducting a Joint discussion la the utmost harmony and filial regard, Is a spectacle which can not fail to be influential for good. There are at present probably fewer asperities in politics, and less bitterness than there has been at any time since the war. j This is very noticeable. The fierce, conten tious, almost murderous spirit which has characterized our politics...

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. — 7 October 1886

r HERALD AND TRIBUNE; rUBMSIIED (VERY TIICESDAY BY T1IK HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Adva lice. H. W. DUSINBERBE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., OCT. 7, 1886. BKPTJBLICAN NOMINEES. FOB OOVERKOB. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR CONGRESS, R. R. BUTLER, Of Johnson. FOB SENATOR, J. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. FOB REPRESENTATIVE, McC. WAGNER. Of Washington. FOB FLOATER, JOHN FAIN, 4 Of Hulllvnn. According to a mercantile agency re port, the business failures of the country for the quarter ending September 30, were 1,933, as compared with 2,173 for the third qunrtcr of 1883, a decrease In number, though the aggregate of liabili ties showt an increase.' The St Louis Gtobe-Demoerat Inter viewed prominent men at the Illinois and the Missouri Republican and the Demo cratic state conventions as to their choice for presidential candidates. Logan is the choice of Illinois Republicans, Blaine of the Missourians, and Cleveland of the California Democrats. Tub Democrats of the third congress inul district nomin...

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. — 7 October 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. OCT.7, 1886 Marriage ana death notices, not exceeding tan Urn inserted fret of ohirm. Obituaries, over ton lines, will be chanted "at hir reading matter rate. . All communications for thl paper should be aeoonipanled by the name of the tuihor; not neoexitarily for publication, bDt as an evi dence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one title of the paper. Be par ticularly carefnl In giving names and dates to have the letters and figures plain and dis tinct. Proper names are often dllllcult to de cipher, because of the careless manner In which they are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the poetottice, whether directed to his 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 postoffice.or removing and leaving them un called for. Is "prima facia" evidence of IX- TKNT:oM AX FBAUD. -. - ANNOUNCEMENTS. 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. — 7 October 1886

Indicator et the Mental CoudilioB, When there Is no pressure upon their minds, and they can afford to be com fortable, men generally cross their legs. Hut you will never lind a man actually engaged in business with his legs crossed. 'J lie limbs at those times are straighter than at any other because the mind and body work together. A man may cross his legs if he is sitting in an ollice chair discussing some busi ness proposition with another man, but the instant he becomes really in earnest and perceives something to be gained, his limbs uncross quick as a Hash, he bends forward toward his neighbor and begins to use his hands. That is a phase that I believe you will always observe. Hen often cross their logs at public meetings, because they go there to listen, or to be entertained; they are not tho factors in tuo perfor mance, and they naturally place them selves in tliomust comfortable position known to tlu-m namely, leaning well back in their chairs and crossing their legs. A man...

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. — 14 October 1886

bune. .Herald ' ' '.' ' " - -i -LI DVOL. XVII, NO. 27. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURsSdAY,' OCTOBER 14, 1886. j $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. SELECT MISCELLANY. AUSTRALIA'S GOLD FIELDS. . U DUUaMlM XSAr WMofc Preelm For some yean the government of Western Australia has offered a re ward of 5,000 for the discovery of a payable gold field within 800 miles of a declared port From recent news from Perth, It would almost appear that a profitable gold field had at last been discovered. "We learn that Messrs. Malet and M'Ewen, who were sent by the Government to explore the Kimber ley district, in the extreme north of the colony, have returned, after an ex pedition which nearly proved disas trous to the explorers. They lost their horses; and having consumed all their provisions, only escaped starvation by coming unexpectedly to a settler's hut, where they obtained assistance. The party arrived barefooted, their boots having fallen to pieces on the tramp of one hundred miles. Mr. M'Ewen nearly succumbe...

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. — 14 October 1886

I HERALD AND TRIRDKE. ' POJI-eUID BVKBT Tl.UBhDAY Br TH HERALD ANDTF. BUNECO. At $1 Year, in Adtanee. H. W. DUSIXBERRE, EDITOR, JONESBORO. TENN.. OCT. 14, 1886. REPUBLICAN NOMINEES. FOB GOVERNOR. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR CONGRESS, R. R. BUTLER, Of Johnson. FOR SENATOR, J. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. ' FOR KErHH.SENTA.TtVK, McC. WAGNER. Or Washington. . FOR FLOATER, JOHN FAIN, Of Blil Belva A.- Lockwood says run for President again in 1888. sue will The Chicago Anarchists sowed the wind, and they are more likely than ever to reap the usual harvest. McC. Wagner, our nominee for repre sentatlve in the State Legislature, has been prevented thus far from making an active canvass of the county by sickness In his family. Mr. Wagner will visit as many of his friends as possible before the election. President Cleveland has pardoned another defaulting cashier, James A. Hcddcn, who wrecked the First Nationa bank of Newark, N. J. The President' sympathies seem to run to defaullng cashiers rather than to di...

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. — 14 October 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENX.. OCT. 14. 1886 Marriage and dth notices, not exceeding tea line, Inserted free of ehanre. Obituaries, over ten line, will be euarxed M half reading matter rales. All communication for thli paper should be aoroui periled by Ui name of the author; not neoewarllr for publication, but as an evl dance o. good'falUi on the part of the writer. Wilte only on ontTslds of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In giving name and datea to hare the letters and figures plain and dis tl'icv. Fro per names are often difficult to de cipher, because of the careless manner In which lliey a' written. , Any ne -son who takes the paper regula-ly from I lie poetofflce, whether directed to his nam e c whether be la a subscriber or not, is reaponsidle for the p-y. ThseouiU have dec'ded that refuting to take newsDAoera and periodicals from the postolltee.or removing and leavlrg xhem un called for. Is "prima faola" evfaoce of ik- TiST.OKA-fBAnn.. .. t ANNOUNCEMENTS. I hereby...

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. — 14 October 1886

.1 XJ1 otauonodqg utSjQ Oftf loo Jeq piuoqt no a HI AS. '3snoH oisiusj Pub luniaid ioj JO)ajdoJJ 'aeVHOlOH o -aduq piB hbp; jo apBjf AHaMaaa aaesaNsax xsva xoixoaxoiw anon VIHIOaiA - - 'MIOJIIOX OTP ' jeqrayx 'Jtaqmni jo s inaiuuS 003 01 I19A8 uoiiuattB iuuiojj i! Ml 'l-IMld ' ' mojjh 1 , .. . . animooras pa kuvtj jma moqx qx 'uan j iuoo '03 o,,K ' SOOJt V gKVAB 'SNOOVM KHVi aiioj -Hsn pijqai9 'ssioona pun bho -DTA DKIBdg 'OO NOOVA OHVaNViS 'gaim .. . ilHO AQHOOOaHOOR'SHlHOXVK OHY gHXNVIJ 'Oa V XVM '8UI ' -oyihjh HHfiarw -JHSM 'nnna ivhd ' isaiHSOU "SUaUSHUHX pu 'miK Aiyfl 'S3KI0a , . i- ' oo xonu 'wismow pn mpj van hoi wHorvw j nuoy ov'ahs miiiovn 'bxnm waadKiavHiu'inoraov , jiisHnvaa gff I'll II )c :' 1 B 5 -ago ''fcf, S---- V 0ti)uai3 a pMt u -dj f nunf qlnojqt -jaaua namtiTSaiaiviao OI IV UonttUMOiar luu) iquoiw oo put oiioo iJoqi n paitd I ud 'niimno aJuo uqv put JutmuQ I 'aiuji 'paiia 1pin; 'IWJ plinn I qi ni nqJiJ Jiq uotauni ot launaw I joj uwlid iiqio put 'Uttaraajntiy '(Jt...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 October 1886

tin i 1 nni iA - -1L X A M ULJLJLVo 07OL XVII, NO. 28. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1886. - $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. THE BLAIR BILL. ' FULL TEXT OF THE MEASURE. The B1U te Aid the Establishment and Support of Commoa Schools Pend-Ing-Before CQngreM. - Be it enactod by Jhe Senate imd House of Representatives . of the United States of America in Con gress assembled, that for eight fiis '. cal years next af tef the passage of this act there shall be annually ap propriated from the money in the Treasury 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 sum " of $15,000,000; the fourth year, the sum of $13,000,000; the fifth year, the' sum of $11,000, 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 $5,000,000, which sev eral sums shall be expended to se cure the benefits of common school education to all the children of the school age ment...

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. — 21 October 1886

wejnttt" :wfIMJtfSHMtiflRi l3Mlai''ig'W'w iiMWiitfiilfi8B3iii - howtiy iinof .. 1 ; ' . uuoxjo'aod . Jivm 'ivfl -a hm.'" . -iiuj puv pajpunq 9uo oqt MjtUg psnufl eqi jo iwuapuodapoi eqi jo xg Aiq88 puv pajpunq iqSp puvgnoqi ouo pioi mo jo jvaX am u 'jdy jo Xnp nos ini 'innw jo jp om jb Bona eagsouuax ju ojvjs eii jo piot tnaja oqi pox in qq 0 pin3 pus pnuq Xui tag oiunojoq BAvq J pajoqM Xuoim)6ai nj "j03iaqaiiAOJd oqi jo uoinqojA oqi joj gailluad 0qniing BptAOjd Xqajaqi qi puv 'paujviuoa (iojoq noiuqppjd oii jo tuoaiaajojue aqi aq gnoiiVn33i oqjjog -ojd Mtq Xq (qi Xiquiagay lJuaf) eqx jjon puv 8v 'aajM Saipnpa; 'jtAaivqM BJonuif Sui0xoiu Xuv 'sSuaAOq BV '0(i joj dooi jo qpg jo 'epg JOJ 9 Jill -oniiiumu iivqs. uouad oi fHKoUDig SSujmojioj oq) oonminao,') ping jo 'U4Ao (u) opiUV uaoiq3a (81) uoipog n ppv oj,,, 'smoi joj n i qajq Mobsjduox jo eivis oqi io uonniiieuoD oiii oi lnauipuauiv pasod Oid rn oqi paqsjiqud oq oi onno Xq ojaq op 'ooBsauuaj, jo apis ait jo joujb A0y'9in "fl '""AY ...

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. — 21 October 1886

ft '4llin3 aaay S5q JA U l 00 Gd AW3i00lN0kv wgmntn Bamaaa J Auim at at a ia at gnu tfea " TP" ITM AA . an J Baa.aaa axt ataxy n Mnnma anrataw rHOOH nrnrrniYAOT aaaaj, nnu aj aa aaaaa. va iso m A Bapo Aw ja saaa win wa4 asra japaa a Maa, qnt m Atraawji aa taaaajtad ass laaaa) n a wmina at teaaja Ma ri"H.i raAio naO " W a-aanwutaa.nl OOfl'Gj aa( am idaa. lama iH3Aaa u , 'BSHIVK 'S ilUbf iq ois J"i "ft hreoitwiTc ioiiix "ixsiii i aura 'mxoTMuTt bai Tit maMOj ,1x001 jaafcim n m0 V m anion tpiq 01 nntiQ AaiAS. Uouqa inuud m mu m uauuj Muxy poo augjanaq twtniwaptraaM jad tminw pn Jlini jo iinnnb aqi mu ma upoj a,aao. b-imoj m luTg tiKiwd ma BitpAOj t,nimj ' Tunua3oHMMUdpiranuiiatiipjtajiBa4 . 1 biai jo uaa "Diito jo ip iua atauu oh UiaM04 11X1V0 QNV jMcIOH ". tnoty noiiMJima puonao no na jo attJM ox ' noA AvaniM ii . 'morn toB o Moq pay i tooqy aonsUMOjar. opia(OH pay ' SX3X0IX tuSMpa onioo any ao ju i - '. 'ipuaii; jaq i '9W0H ,ntJ m jo .001,1 WJ ill 3 'tmt BtiMT wm.o-iwtj- n SHNioiaaw ...

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. — 21 October 1886

Items of Interest. 1 Early marriages are encouraged among the French Canadians, and it is the rule lor irirls to marry when they reach their fifteenth or sixteenth year. Dr. Aubrey, the well-known Congre gational minister of Jjonil-'.i. wi'l nuke tliis fall a t.mr of the United st-.Ues, lec turing and studying American institu tions. English oak wears well. Some oak timber which in 182 had served for 3t't years for roof beams in an English church is st.U doing duty as a seat in a farmer's kitchen. From tho tower 537 feet high a col ossal statue or William Tenn 13 to gaze dpwn upon l'h ia ieiphia. The sculp tor is Alex.iiidi.-r Calder. The statue will be 37 feet high. . The year In which August has five Sundays is eallnl ministers' leap year, for, in eftV-t, a week is added to tho usual vacation season. The present is the third of successive years in which the pastors' holiday has thus been pro longed. Toothache, caused by a cold in the facial nerves tiny often be relieved by wringin...

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. — 28 October 1886

" - r- 9 f .-In' V 1 OH ' sr. - .1 J. : ..t v '- 1 .... 'i if; I ........ J 4, - ... ....;! -V! ri line. 1 1 1 1 : If ' i. - ' it 1 . tii ! If ft M iff. 3 'it : a i T 4 7ol;xvii,:no:-29.: THE BLAIR BILL; FULL TEXT OF THE MEASURE. Til Bill, to AM tb Entabllshment aad Support f Cotnmoa Swkeols Fend- ' Id( Before poncrtw. Bo jt-cnactecf tha Senato and IIousoof Representatives of tho United, States f America in Con gre88 assembled, that for eight fiis' cal years next after! the.! passage of this act there shall be annually ap propriated from themoney in the lreasury the following sums," to-wit ' TV. Ai. it.l . n rnn jl.uh uioi jca, luo.juui. ul ti,uuv,' 000; the second year the ' sum of 110,000,000: the third year, the sum ,':of $15,000,000 the fourth year, the mm of $13,000,000; tho fifth year, the,' sum of $11,000,- 000; the sixth year,' the sum' of ,$9,000,000;. the seventh year ithe sum of $8,p00,000;;'the eighth' year .the sum of $5,000,000, which sot. ; era! stinig "shall, be . ei...

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. — 28 October 1886

HEfAIj) AKD TRIBUNE JONESBOitD, TENN.. OCT. 28. 1883. t'siid Mlwei BUrer Circular FEBU ABT & ABCHKB'i. Tt will nit won tn nrlne RSmi anil JVa. , rwi at Mi... AtUM RctSEUty '. j ;. Crawford & Murray have pot op a neat sign before their place of business Z4. 1UI1 .1 1 U w MWOTW viwlTWIf wrjf thtap, at Mrs, Lmrs KtTMBLL'g.j ' 'CarpeU and Ruga,.aH price! at ;( ' oct28ti . ,,, FxBDAjtx & Abchxb's. 5lfljW o) , Bed rose and badges will be for : aaia on sac Hmw vi uynuviu duiubji morning. latest and bs'popoular. r tt TiiMdt unntT.ln iruault . , vr jv, .. - ; o T were booked at, the. Planter' Hon for Saturday. the Wg day & J oneeboro.' All tyie ef winter Wrap .very .'cheap at M ,l" 'Fibtjart echeb . ?. LkdW-Wrao nd Bonds Jersey, cheaper than any body at Mi.-Latui lor Btat (senate win fpeac at . t j Krwln, Oct, 88. ft-i at; i v ,i nog ronn, vet. si . Vvaarber'i Mill, Oct DO-! -. iuunaon miy, ua oi ' -MtoT5Ct7mconreVery patrol .a&au! bought of Miu, 'LiZ.pt8EU.; .' when In T...

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. — 28 October 1886

HERALD AND TRIMJKt!. PUDLIflHBD SVEBY T1ICRSDAT By Till HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. Aia Tear, in A dm net. H. W. DUSINBERRE, ' EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., OCT. 28, 1888. BEPl'BLICAN NOMINEES. FOB OOVKUSOB. A. A. TAYLOR. on congress. ;' f JL R. BUTLER, ... Of Johnson. FOB SESATOn, ' J. M. SIMERLY, Of Carter. FOB. REPRESENTATIVE, McC. WAGNER.' or Washington. FOR FLOATER, JOIIN FAIN, ' or Sullivan. ' McWAansa is sound on the question of submission, and don't you forget It. Republicans, perfect harmony In our ranks Tuesday, will secure us the victory. New York will have a time this week with the dedication of the Bartholdl statue. ' Poor Charleston is stilt looking around for something that will prevent shakes. .. . . , , Bon TaviAr is against the "Blair Edu cational bill," and in favor of universal Ignorance. Tub Richmond people can not quite forgive. Mrs. Cleveland, for refusing to attend their fair. Lkt our people stand square to Alf. Taylor on next Tuesday and he will be the next Governor ...

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. — 28 October 1886

.. . - PERSIA'S SEVEN CUMATCS. ' rinse Wtilch Klrnl Hades la Toht efl Ton l J Comfort. . j . "Before I left the United States writes a traveler, "some people laid to mo that Persia was a very hot and unhealthy' place. I pointed with a :i imph to a statement of one of our Liiuistcrs, pttlili ;lied in the Century, to tie effect that t!ie climate was delight ful, and stole upon your senses grad ually, like the zephyr, laden with the fragrance of myriads of flowers, or words to that effect. Alas, I have been sadly disabused.! There is. a Persian ;roverb as old as the hills which hath in that "Iran haftf ktun dared" (I A, "Persia has seven climates") and, as most proverbs, it is true. Thus, while along the shores of the Caspian, hundreds and liumli-cds of miles in length, the climate h moist, fever laden, oppressive in summer, up in the moun-. tains in the Muzanderau district in the north it is quite raw. In the central portion, up 'in the plateau four thou sand feet nlwve the sea level,...

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. — 4 November 1886

JONESBOBO; TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4; 1886 ' ll ft''.- UNVEILING THE STATUE.?' :, , , Ovr MUUoa Poopl attend the Cere ...vs. moule EnrelMi of: th Dnj -DeMripttaa of the Btata , .v lu frotenltaf ad It ' fT .'."V.--3-i'V0,Mj"''. i ' fhe Statue of Liberty stands at lost 1UI " ... . a . , ' . ..-. iuuuij upoa ner icei in me naroor oi , ; New York, a monument to the generosi - ;:;orance,theeniu.or e uTwn,Bni oi civuizea uoeny. ; jLum siupenuous sisiue, uie largest ever v T ft erectad. bein 80S feet nhnvn tlr ttrj i ? w attracting the eyes of the iworld! J S 4 5 " l" reucu people 10 America. A party of French gentlemen, having made up their minds that It would be good thing to get up costly gift, 'tv:,u '? b Pal( tot M niall subscriptions of lit- m naana 1. .. .1 A a- T1 . tholdi. ft young nromUing sculptor, to j carry out , theh idea, ana aentT him to AmAfipjl ttlMtti9 with nmtwiltvAA V..-..-. SI i 1.at vKa mnaif nAA...I,t.' bowing . the good will f Prance' to America tSwould be. O...

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. — 4 November 1886

'-:?- r V . : D herald and tribuke. V''-CrwfordA Murrav are selling ISO pound bag of Salt for $1. , . ; Dcbsb Co. want 10,000 pounds of ' Walnut Kernel. , . .1 ,: , ;,. fjj, County court was in session Monday. . Very little business came before the body. ' A-Wanted, 100 dozen Partridges, by "W. " O. Wathes. "... 80tf Ladies' and Misses Silver Circulars at, ." ,-' , Febcakt & Abchkb's. , -rlt will pay you to price Shoei and No tion at Mrs. Lizzib Russell's. ' '. .The delay in issuing the HC8AI4 y akTj Tribunb this week, is due to the 'slowness with which the returns have come In.;,' , , , ... , , Ladies find it cheaper to buy under . wear of Mus. LizztR Rtjsskll than to make it ..." --i .: . There will be a public entertainment . : at Washington College on Friday evening i Not. S, by the Calllopean and Phllono- mean Bocletlei. ";!t , A full line of Ladiet' Underwear, tery cheap, at Mrs. Lizzie Russell's. Carpets and Rugs, all prices, at oct28t3 , -,- , Febc art & Archer's. . ...

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