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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 November 1886

. . ., 1 ' i i HERALD m TRIBUTE. PUBLISHED BVEKT IHUBtttlAY YHS HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. Ata Tear, in Adranee. STILL IN THE BIM6. H. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. NOV. a. 1386. THK ELECTIONS. Elections were held Tuesday In thirty' , six States'. The other two Maine and Oreeon had already held thelt.electlpns, The returni to far indicate a gain for the Republicans not only in State officers but In Coneresa. The South comes up solid , as usual except Virginia, where the Re publicans secure six out of ten congress . men. and one labor candidate was elected. r Sneaker Carlisle is defeated in Ken tuck? by a Republican. Illinois returns a Republican to Congress in place of Mor rison, Democrat, Republicans probably gain two congressmen in New York, and the legislature Is Republican. This In sures a return of a Republican Senator to Congress. California Republicans have the legislature, which means a Republi can Senator from that State In place of the prestnt Democrat. Senator Hawl...

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. — 4 November 1886

Co. Trent Them llanaa Aid. . ' i'ti-ir parasites by nwg (lust, inn i. ty. 'fliiwe suf- f in fivuil r, :l ri.-f. tlimi iKnt ""O - - - - s a. al.V, ' !.n': taiU w v 'i t . 'ij-.-' jil.'icfS.ilrink water and i; (il ihi into it When a do list. !.- im ;ietite It eats that species 01' -j? is.- known as dog c-riss, which acts a: un vmutic and n ir;.itive. lit al! cat trrass.- Sheep vtrl cows whrii ill seek out certain l.eibs. An unbi.il sulTotiiig from lironlc rheum .! im always keeps, as C'ir as pojsibte, i ; u sun. The warrior 'anU have regul:..ly r:iitizcd ambu lances. Lalrciile cut. the .mtcmife of the ant, aud other . it.. ium and coy ' oJ the wertiMl ! "irt Willi a trans parent Quid sc-iv ' :i their mouths. I i1 a chimp:nii. :; v: ;i sled, It stops me bleeding liy ii i-i r its hand on the wound or Uiv..,i i . i loaves and rass. WlieiuV li.isa vounded 1 ir or arm hair.'i i - ;i i.Minptutes the amputttUon liy m . ;, .f its teeth. A . ou bvhi' st !- in v.i '. imuzlo by a viper, was oosi...

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. — 11 November 1886

n c V; VOL. XVII, NO. 31. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY; NOVEMBER 11; 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Tt rr- " . Merald tribune. ' SOTTO VOCE. TlreiT Ot course and you feel the ht Come, let m lt beside the door '- Yes, GernuHi trnttxes are so sweet '. :': Bueh time, trnl such a perfect floor- And siieli a partner, did jon WJT Now, l( jroti quiz lira, I am dumbl You know you wish ma miles away ' , (Mydarllnr will slienerer come?) No wu It really lMt July We met at Mrs. Norton's ballT ' -,. How time and casual tnees flyt . J , That Isn't what I meant at all i v You are so quick I should hare said. .' ' ' Mine la a lace you soon forget, af' ' But yours would turn a hermit's tiead " X (Is that her voice? Hotyetr-notfstl) ; .', I How weU your sister looks to-night I - r . I hear she Is a fearful flirt Well, some ayes leave a wound that's slight,' ' -' While others make a life-long hurt . '"" Not yours, of course I mean you know- " . i Your eyes spread ruin unawares I '.'.."' ' Why, I was cr...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 November 1886

HEPwOD AM) JW.ra. liOK tnthe "want" rohima. First enow t the kwob, &nruv. The mountains hart doine Oielr winter garments. M it's tor the next 80 day. I. A. T, IWoa sells fn ISO rvumA McVlOt Mltfvr $i, Wanted, 100 dotejt FrtTultt Yl 0. Mam. " Sfxt A w cf dtptrKrl a t jvjott m w-eatent suburb ot town. . Apples hat been txMng at fcr a bushel a out Mwn thla wxek. ' tttff ')?(! JWmi i H. M. MAT'a for th next So a at. Flrrt quarterly meeting tot Joneoow station will b heM taert Saturday and Sunday, at the M. S. Chureh South, -Big "KM Lv lhrpi $th at Jf. Jf'i tor the aoxt 80 stay. On this page la-day M ) tvu4 a striking nd Instructs littnlrattott ot ta comparative worth ot th various kind ot baking powder new tn th ntarkev "Or rot Ri jMftt ,W t ft x Jfnjr' for the next 80 days, J. A. T. Ihkcoa bu th only bund mad 5 cent cigar tn town. Try It. , , There are 4 number ot uberlptlon to the Umild TMntnre, outstanding, payable In wood. ' These Interested will confer a favor by bringing In th...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 November 1886

HERALD AND TRIMJXE. ri'i: j3i;ra svebt tucumday Uy tu HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At f 1 a Tear, in Adntnft. II. VT. PUSIXBERRE. EDITOR. JOXESCORO.TENN..NOV. 11. 10- THKKKTTRXS. - Thi rcturw come in slowly.' ' So far ai is definitely Inown, there Is little change from the statements made id tins column last week, the (reatcst being (be now sup posed election of Carlisle over Tuoebe in Kentucky. ,The latest news gives (the Republicans 154 and the Democrats' 167 in the national house of representatives. Three labor men get in and thereto one vacancy from Rhode Island where a tie rote occurred. - 1 In the State, the Democrat probably have a majority of 30.000 intheguberna iorlal contest The composition of the Legislature cannot be definitely known until the full returns arc in. - ' j Judge Butler's majority is placed at 6,300. fclmerly and Pain also have large majorities. The county vote as given last week agree exactly with the official return. We reproduce it thi week. ,' . in .L.. 1. : i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 November 1886

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 November 1886

V 5? "rt - . T7 XT - v - Tribune. V 'f V)h individual hi' i i) 3 i i Y9L. XVII, NO. 32. A GHOSTLY ROMAN REVfcL, Mj husband and I arrived at Rome oni sunny October day, and found that ancient mlstresa of the world in her, moat festive array and the people,' equally festive, attlrtd 1a qnalnt,fan' tastio rcostoiues, gliding through the' stilts doiug the most audacious things ninler tlm masks.' In short it was ono of those galadays at Rome when even the gloomiest and most persistent dyspeptics (there are some of that class even in sunny. Rome) give themselves up with chaining abandon to the most hilarious joy, and pelt each other with bou-bous, flowers and other sweet thini I being young and giddy, was enchanted : by the gay fun, but my grave dignified hnsuand looked on the proceedings with an unfavorable eye! "Roger," I murmured, as we stood wntch'ng the brilliant scene from our batacity window, "would't it be fun to don iiiasks and mantle and join the masq;eraders ? Oh, do, Roger ple...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 November 1886

i STRAY SUNHKAMS. Gathered a They Sparkle From the Pen of Humor, , . A gentleman entefs a drug store and , winks at one of the clerks several times. I bear pardon," said the clerk, ' I'm somewhat new at this business. Would you please repeat it?". , ; ' "I have to officiate as second in a', duel this niornimr, but before going I want to pet a pair of gloves. Where ' shall I go?" "Why doD't vou goto second-hand clothing ttore?" ; First Tramp Say, Mike, i' you; sup-, pose dat last cider we sucked out 'r dat i.ar'l was der, real stuff? Secoud , I'ramp Why, eert, pard; why not? .I'irst Tramp Oh, nawthlu", only my hreath smells, so. much jike ksrofqne I'm afeared to light my pipe. I'id'-fiits. "Charley, what is a chestnut bell?" said his girl. "Oh! it's a bell that rings when any one tells au old story." " Well they couldn't call me a chestnut bell; I have ho riflc.Mtsucoeeded, and they re to be married when Charley has .is salary raised. "She did wrong to look back, didn't she, Bessie?"...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 November 1886

- i - 0 ft: riMiie. ,-t . . .'A -U .1 ,, ,-.-.' ? I ". VOL. XYII, NO. 33. J0NESB0R0,' TENNESSEE. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1886. $1 A MAR IN ADVANCE. . i - I ' i i , ' ; . i ... j y is l'T , J 4 r i i a- life i '. II AN OLD-TIMER'S STORY. HOW THEY USED TO DO 01 LOWER MISSISSIPPI. THE TIM StrargU taw Ufa of . On Kb Aftalntt 11t UwdlnlM. wad the Way " 1 -xEaded. ' - At a down-town hotel the other evening, sayj, $h Denver, News, there sat smoking a number of men soin what roughly dressed and well past middle life, tad most of them showing that tteif ttrugglo with- life had not been the easiest which is allotted to mortals here below . Among them was an old trapper, who, with Jim Baker, had encountered , .both grizzlies and Indians by the score, a prospector who had visited every new diggings from San Joan to';Traser River, a freighter . or two who had whacked bulls" from the Missouri to Salt Lake and Virginia City before the advent of the railroads, and several others who had been listen ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 November 1886

HERALD ; AND ' TRIBUNE. JONESEOB.TEXJT.. NOT. 23. 1888 Louche a Specialty at O'Brien's. -J- A. T. Bacon has found his dog. Wanted, 100 dozen Partridges, by W. O. Mathm. - aotf , . Col. Dangan has recovered hts house with a tin root. ; - - Mrs. LlZZIB RCBBELI, S. Mrs. Lizzib Rcs8KLi,'. -- J.-D. Cox has Improved his dwelling dj a coat oi. paint. Ladies' Underwear cheaper than erer . , Sirs. LIZZIK ttCSBELL'S. -Go to B. F. 6'Brlen to get your Fresh . The season for "loaded" wood tles will soon be here. . If yon want Bargains call on " '.'"kVii'i-"." m-Likir Bcsntu. Our regular report of proceedings of ensnccry conn win appear text week 8a money by buying yonr Shoes Chancery court has adjourned until Monday, on account of Thanksgiving. -Oysters served in All 8tyles at B. F. u bkuss s itesiauranr. - , -Take your. Partridges to 'WV G. Math Kg. .: 80tf Ladies 1.50 at . Silver Gray Oossamers only .,. am. xaznn kubsklis. The roof of the addition to the Jail Is being tinned, A; G. Mason has t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 November 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLIgflSD IVEBT TUTBSDAT 6T TBB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Advance. H. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONBSBOKO.TENN., NOV. 23. 1886. We are pleased to once more see the Bristol Courier on our table. We missed it all through the recent campaign. The Orceneville Democrat did not cofte to hand last week. Strange how we miss some papers Just when we most desire to see them. ' ' - .The Democrats are squabbling over the presentation of that banner to the county showing the greatest increaso in the rote of that party. The gold watch, bought and paid for out of the campaign funds, and presented to "Armeil," cor respondent of the Nashville American, is also a bone of contention in the ranks of that most inharmonious of political parties. , Tub delay in sending in the election returns, hits been the subject of wide, spied criticism over . the State and the people are beginning to inquire about the law relating to election returns. The law requires that the official ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 November 1886

STRAY RITV A1TQ ' Gathered as Tht-y Sjt-uklo From the Pen of llnmor. The man who sV ;ri in church has a nod idea of hi hasum tai suuL When Mrs. Mackey gives a dinner to It... I K-i 1. - f" 1 r . , , . iv i imuc, duu iiiut uiuo matron. Kinus oi' pie. There i8 one place where busy-bodies r Mom "stick: their nose in," and that is a hornet's nest. The woman you can call a poem is not the woman you can call early in t.ie morning to get breakfast. One thinj; can be said in favor of the is man. If ho has any left over he doesn't warm it up for breakfast A woman's beauty is most perfect when it is backed up by intelligence. A newspaper bustle is just the thing. In a race for the prize of being called I-;1!h of the ball, it is frequently a neck-it;U-neck iiniali with society beauties. " Your horse has a tremendons long t." said a friend to a noted wag. 'es," he responded, " it is s bit too i jug. ' ' Stranger Does Mr. Jones live oa f in floor? Musical young lady No, his room is an octave hig...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 December 1886

0 ; jr --. 7 .-fibune. VOLXYIUO. ?4.. . A BOUTONNEIRE. " Adswy frnui drlrts at times -'1 Acrom mj wtUiug tenses, . , , . And loach Die rhlet ot my rhymer ,.-v From city miitrs, (justs and grimes To kmland fields aud bnoes. . - V 1 cv lieemtotse, Mllnbale . This perfume faint and fleeting, Green hillsides sloping to a Tale, Whose leafy shadows screen the pale . WoodOoirors from nooudayi greeting. , 1 hear the song the sweet heartache Of just a pair of thrushes) - .. ' And bear, lnUt dreaming, half awake, . The ripple ola streamlet break : , Their momentary bushes. - "'V'-', And why, dear heart, do I to-day, Hemmed In by court and alley, Beam lost In liaunts of faun and fay? look! on my coat Vie pinned yotir spray . OIllUles-of-tue-Talley. -Atlantie Monthly. NO HEAD FOR BUSINESS. Six years before the date of our story George Ewalt, an Iowa farmer, having several thousand dollars of spare capi tal to Invest, became silent partner in the dry goods house of his brother, An drew, in Phila...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 December 1886

HERALD AND: TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN., DEC. 2. 1880 All commnnloatlone for this paper should be aoeompanled by the name or the author not necessarily for publication, bat as aa evl dence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one slilo of the paper. Be par tlcularly careful In giving munes and datea to have the letter and flgures plain and dis tinct, Proper name are often difficult to de cipher, became of the cureless manner In which they are written, i. Any person who take the paper regularly from the poatofflce, whether directed to bla name or whether be la a aubacrlber or not. la repoolbloforthepay. .: 1'heoourta have decided that refuting to take newspaper and periodicals from the poatoffice, or removing and leaving them un called for, la "prima facta" evidence of ik- TBNTIONAI. rBAUD. Marriage and death notloea, not exceeding ten lines, Inserted free or charge. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged at half reading matter rates. . . , School Bags ; only 15c...

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

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. BOBUSliED KVgKT UDRSDAY BY TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Adrance. H. AY. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., DEC. 8, 1888. CofiaRESg assembles Monday, next Thbhx is a new phrase "odious agil ity." We are willing to bet a dollar and a half that any schoolboy In this town can guess who Invented it Blind Tom, the negro pianist has been declared in? ane. The courts were longer than everybody else in reaching that conclusion. !, . .'-..I. Trm Tennesson legislature willasscm blc in January and elect a United States Senator to succeed Senator Whltthorne who is filling out the unexpired term of Judge Howell E. Jackson. There will probably be a dozen candidates for the position. Tns territory of Montana wants to be admitted to the Union of States, and will send a committee to Washington to ulead for her. If she can guarantee a Demo cratic majority her arguments will hare some weight with the present Consrress but otherwise she will have nothing but watt. B...

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 December 1886

(XMllCALITiESL What th YVorM Fine's About. t Latch lie Was From (irnrgta. Is ther a gentleman from Georgia ta this car?" asked d stranger, thrusting hl3 head through the doomay while the engine was taking on water at the tank. "I am from Georgia," replied a deep bass voice in the rear. " Then you will be kind enough to lend mo your corkscrew f There was a roar of laughter, and a twinkle of chesnut goups, through which the deep bass voice rse afain: ""Why certainly 1 But will you please state first whore you are from?" " Connecticut, slrH "Connecticut? Then you must com me. I would never see my cork screw again.' This time the roar of laughter was not accompanied by the voice, of the chestnut gong. And the deep bass villain, thrusting the cork jerker into his boot-top, doubled bis legs up under him and sat down, with his hand on his hip-pocket Macon CGaO Telegraph. Fill- Oat oa Ike Dollar. Mose Sdiaumburg was In bad humor yesterday. When he came down to his place of business, his hea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 December 1886

1 0 J- (J r, YOL XVII, NO: 35. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. .Hera d z: a -J -U- FV-r Ji:-LL V 4 ;..r I.. if ft-; ?: , J rv 1 1 II 1 1 THE OLD, OLD STORY. The man stand on tbo tlprj box. ' - With all his reason Bed, And glares op at the stovepipe Joint . Ho holds store his bl. ' a . . V. v BK bands an Mae with polish paste. Bis Um tattooed with sort; And down his arms and down his baea Sharp pains annnmbered shook -v in - -7m thoaaaa wwrs, ten thousand time, He's Med to make a fit; lb nmre o ways and ttmea he's tried, The more he li from U. : . : . . . rr. . : v.:',,.: BiswUeandchadrenareootsUSk -v.. An petrtned with tear, f Awaiting the catastrophe That eomes this time of JUZ.N-. Tneo eomes a bnrst of adiectlTea, : - And then a madman's roar, - ' ' And man and box with earthquake ShOCki, , And storeplpe, Hood the floor. Yi - - The doctor comes with arnica. And little blister eupj "-"-.., . The tinner comes, as nsuaV And pots the storeplpe o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 December 1886

HERALD" AND - TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. DEC. 9. 18S8 All communication tor this paper should beaovompauied by the name of the author ; Dot nseensarlly for publication, but aa an evi dence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one aide of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In giving name and date to have the letter and figure plain and dis tinct. Proper name are often difficult to de cipher, became of the earelea manner in which they are written. Any person who take the paper regularly from the poatofflce, whether directed to hi nam or whether he I a subscriber or not, 1 renponslble for the pay. The court have decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the poatofflce, or removing and leaving them un called for, I "prima facia" evidence of IX- THT!0AI. FRAUD. Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten lines, inserted free of chante. . Obituaries, over ten lines, wlU be charged at half reading matter rates. . Circuit Court ope" Monday. Toy of al...

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