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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 December 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE; PUBLUUEO BVKI1Y TlIUllSDAT r TUB ' HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Fear, in Adtante. n. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO, TENN. , DEC. 8. 1886. Canada is running into debt at the rate of 16.000,000 a year. The deficiency would proably be even greater if Secre tary Bayard had the nerve to pi event the Canadian pirates from preying on Amcr lean shipping. A Democratic candidate for Congress out West sent out his tickets with a note saying "vote for an honest man" to every votor In the district. Zlis Republican opponent was elected, and now the un. grateful wretch is going around abusing everybody for taking his advice. DisTuicT-Attorney Stone's fate is warning to all Federal officials that if they take the stump they must speak on the Democratic side. Otherwise they will be guilty of offensive partisanship of the most malignant sort; and the political guillotine will have to do its work, Bex Butler says we are going the way of the Roman Republic in our politics, the ...

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. — 9 December 1886

i 1 ' . 1 1 i 1869 1886 Jorfolk and "Western B&llruaa HOUSEHOLD HINTS. IKS TAB LB M Emn NOV. 14. 1888. Vscfcl Iafurta(io ftr I'.v.lor, side d ktlrhoa. Fir. ' RrB Torn silver spoous with finely sifted wood ahw and soft soap to re mote stains left ly medicine, -tc. Egg . . stains on silver can be taken off with table salt and a wot rag. The Orango County Farmer says If you till rubber boots half full of oats when they are taken o!T at utght they will bo nice and dry inside in the morning. For prpperciint drops, take two cups of Misr and one cup of water; boil five minutes, then flavor with one spoonful of jvTperniint; 8tr un t'.ick.then drop. Fob French cake, Uke two caps sugar, half a cup butter, one cup milk, three eggs, four enps flour, one tea spoonful soda, two teaspoonfuls cream of tartar, with or without spice. It is suggested that ball dresses may be rendered safe fioni fire by impreg nation with a twenty-five per cent, solution of tuugstaU of soda, which injures neither f...

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 December 1886

'.-"Si - VOL. XVII, NO. 36. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1886. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. JL'l 11 ULaJLH". Vm" a kiss-by mistake. '' Br Jobl Bnrros. Upon the railway train wet " . She had tlx sottest. bluest siee, A Cue jrou uerer could forget " SUteen," with all tint that Uttylles Iknewberoncu, anttlegfrl, Aud meeting now a mutual friend. Our thoughts and hearts got la a whirl We talked for miles without much end. I threw v.j arms around the tart Where, Just lu front, sue sideways tat, ..., Her meUliiK eyes and taoe to meet , v . ,. (And wo one wondered much at thatfc For sow the station where she left) . Would oa the sorrowing Tlslon rise. And I, at least, should fed bereft; Z, I thought a tear stood In her eyes. ' 8b was but kith, not kin, of mine - Ten years bad passed since last we metj And wheu, ia going, she did incline) , ;. Her face, twas natural to forget... f . . .. ,. , It seemed so like the child 1 knew, I met her hall way for that sake: ; ' And, eoralng near...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 December 1886

-HERALD AND TRiUNE. J0NE8B0BQ. TENN., DEO, 16. 1886 Bead, reflect and profit."' Chamber seta at J. W. Hobs'. , . -Kid Violins at 8. Pi Martin & Son's, Toy of ail kind at Miss Murphy's. Carpets and Bags, alt prices, at ' ;vm tFEBUAIlY & Ahchkb's. Beautiful line Glass ware, at J. W, Fresh Oysters 75d per qt atB, F. Take your Partridges'. t9 iW. G MATHS j ; . j - j 80tf - Candies of all kinds for sale by John Bjaaines. J47-:-V ;. aeciBta Save money .ty buying goods of Mrs. idem uusseu. t -..-.. if j i Xmas goods at B. M. May's. Call ana see toem. . , tlalf afoot of fresh snow greets us thfc morning.' r,;l; ". ..". ' Pens, ink, pencils, paper," books, at MJss Murpny's; !jixj;r ;i c ' ; Joe Campbell Is opening up a Fresh (Hock oi uracenes. Toilet ""and Taney articles ef every aesenpuon, ai j j Hunt s Cheapest ' and best Fireworks you ever saw, at urawiora a Murray s. Ladles' and Misses Silver Circulars at Febuary & AncnEB's. More information , in this column than in any other...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 December 1886

V-. HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED KVEBV THURSDAY BY TUB . HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Year, in Advance. TL W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. DEC. 10; 1886. THE PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE. Samavr of That Prolix Docuaant. In method -and spirit, and especially in its careful study of the department re- ports, on which it is largely based, Mr. Cleveland's second general message re scinbles the one sent to Congress a year go- It opens, according to custom, with a review of.lnternatlonal affairs. Here the two great subjects of importance are the fishery dispute and the Cutting case. The former is still unsettled, and the President, while desiring friendly rela tions with the Dominion, finds such re latlons threatened by ; the action of Its . officials toward our fishermen. Ho makes no mention of the authority given to him lost summer to check Ihis action by a retaliatory proclamation. Tho year's ne gotiations at London have thus far resul ted in nothing, but hopes are held out of reach...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 December 1886

m V" 4 1 COMICALITIES. , What the World Kiuds to laufh Abuai. ' Provision Against Tight Money. Pittsburgh Dispatch: At breakfast time the other morning ono of Pitts burgh's best citizens looked uneasy and suspicious. Finally he remarked to his wife as he sampled a roll: "Sleep well last night?" " Yes, dear, fairly well." "Didn't find a man under the bed when you looked for him last night?" "Xo, dear." "And you didn't hear any burglars about the house f " Why, no, dear." "I thought you didn't," he replied, with a sarcastic smile. "You didn't wake me up once to go down Btairs to chase him out I'd like to know, though, where the live dollar gold piece, those three silver dollars aud those half dol lars and quarters I had in my pocket last night when I went to bed hare disappeared to." "1 have them, my dear." ', The deuce you have!" he exclaimed, astonished by the openness of the con fession. "Yes, dear; I read In our paper that money is tight in the east, and know it is just as likely ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 December 1886

Herald tribune. 4r ' VOL. XVII, NO. 73. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1886. . $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. N orfolk find Western Railroad XllC Tabli is KFTECT NOV. 14, 1688. TIME. WKSTWAItD. Eaet'uSlaudr'd nMLY. DAILY. No. i. No. ij I No. 21. Lv Norfolk Oop m v.SO a ni .. " Kiillolk 8.15 " 10.84 " Ar Petersbnrg 8.15 " 12.38 pm Lv Ulcbmond . . ,n 7. u. (via R&PKK) t'-30 P m 11-8Ulim Lv Petersburg T25 p m 12.12 p m " Hurkevllle 10.17 8.( " "Farm villa 10.5.1 " 8.87 pm Ar Lynchburg 12.58 a m 6.S5 p ni . Lv Lynchburg TlM a m 6.20 p ni 7.10 a m Liberty 2.20 am 7.20 " 8.07 " " Hoanoke 8.80 a m 8.30 " 9 25 ' Chrlstn'sb'g 4.57 am 10.10 " 10.44 At Central 6.80 a m 10.35 " 11.14 a m Lv Central 11.15 a m Ar Pocahontas ' 3.40 p ro Lv Wylhevlllo 6.4J a m iTilO N t ' Marlon 7. II a in i ,oo m ' Abingdon 8.42 am l.fGam Ar Hrlstol S.05 a m a,20 a m fPally except Sunday. Parlor and Sleeping Cam between Bristol and Norfolk on trains No. 1 and 2. CX)MMKCTIONH. Leave Norroik v mi a. m. uuny...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 December 1886

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. DEO, 23, 1880 Merry Christmas 1 - Happy New Year ! ' Chamber Sets at J. W. Hogs'. Buy your Ladies' shoes of Mrs. LlZZIB RUSSELL. Finest selection of Jewelry in town, at - - Miss Murpht's. . Xmas goods at R. and see them. ' M. May's. ' Call Save money by buying goods of Mrs. Lizzie Russell. . ; Remember, we carry the largest stock of Drugs in East Tcnn. J J Hunt. The regular irregularity with which our mall .matter readies usja, something 1 wonderful. h Dolls, Dolls, beautiful and cheap al . John S Mathes's Drag Store. decl6t3 . This nufcber of relumed prodigals is ! large Jtt thls section, this year. ; Master. Jos. ,Hoss has gone' to"San Barnadtno, Cal.,'to fill position which he has seemed thero. " When you want a Jersey, call on Mrs. Lizzie Russell. . , .. All kinds Violin Trimmings, at 8. P. Martin & Bon's. , . . . ; ; , ' R. H. Hale, of Terrcl, Texas, after 19 years' absence from his native place is visiting relatives and friends in this...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 December 1886

HERALD AND. TRIBUNE. orm r ihii l t tvnv rirTTi)nAV tiV vni HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Year, in Advance. II. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. DEC. 23, 1888. After a year's unremitting toil, tho printcrmen of the Herald and TfilBtKE think they need rest ; bo, no paper will be issued from this offico next week. The office will be upen, however, for the transac tion of business. This will be a good opp6rtunity to renew your sub scription, for the new year. The job department will be in full blast, and anything in that lino will be promptly attended to. With bcBt wishes to all our patrons for a mer ry Chrintmas mi happy New Year, We remain yours truly,. IIeuald and Tribune Co. CONGRESS. Proceeding of th National Body. Dec. 18. The Senate was not Id ses ion. The House ordered a conference on the bill authorizing the employment of mall messengers. The bill was passed provid ing an additional Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of New Mexico. Mr. Morrison moved to go into the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 December 1886

i Sunbeams Always aim a little higher than the mark," says an exchange. What I Kiss u girl on the nose ? Never! Foe never sat on the balcony of a seaside hotel in August, or he would have written it "The chin-cnin-abula-tion of the belles." ' Mr. Plesnay " Waiter, here is a but ton in the soup." Waiter Ah, yes the cook's, well, you can have it Hell never miss It." China and Japan buy our dried apples freely. Thus does American in dustry help to swell the population of the Orient. " Oh, what bird is that? I have just joined the Audubon Society, and am so interested in bird calls." "That's our goat" ' "Swooper," asked Niggler,4 who are tnese Knights of Malta we read about occasionally f" "Must be some organi zation of brewers," replied Swooper. Creditor "Can you let me have my little bill?" Debtor-" Certainly, but don't destroy it I may want to pay something on it in the future." - Somebody asks: "What is warmer than a woman's love V Two women's love. Get two women after you and the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 January 1887

i i.V'W ' ' : i j - T VOL. XVII, NO: T3, t'J ;. J0NESB0RO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 6, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. II. .II 11 E . ; ' ' :. l . .- V u u i t 1 tV. J: jorfolk and Western Railroad ihb Table in Effect NOV. 14, 1884. TIME. Westward, DAILY. DAILY. c ' ? N.21. LTNorSnFT 5.80 p m lja m " Suffolk V 8.15 " 10 34 v Ar Petersburg 8.15 " 1X83 pm Lv Richmond (via It & P It It) t&W P m 11.80am Lv Petersburg 8.25 pm 12.42pm " Hurkevllle 10.17 ' 8.00 " " Farmville io.5S 8.37 p m , Ar Lynchbnrg 12.58 a m S.SSpni Lv Lynchburg 1.20 am 8.20 pm W.loam - Liberty - 2.20 am 7.20 " 8.07 Roimoke , 8.30 am 8.30 9 26 ' Chrtstn'ab'g 4.67 am 10.10 10.41 Ar Central 6.20 am 10.85 " 11.14 a m Lv Central " "11.16 a ni Ar Pocahontas - , 2.40 pm Lv WythevlUe 6.4-1 a m iTooTt ' Marlon 7.41am fun am " Abingdon' 8.42am iSSS Ar Bristol 9.05 am SbS fDally except Sunday. Parlor and Bleeping Cars between Bristol and Norfolk on trains No. 1 and 2. CONNECTIONS. Leave Norfolk 9 50 a. m. dallv, and 5 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 January 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN., JAN. , 1887 " School reopened Monday.- My Overcoat must be told. A, T. Power. " ' . , ... Don't miss the Bargain at lira. Liz xle Russell's, i . Whooping cough Is on a big boom in town and vicinity. - - i . - Come in and see me and I will (Ire you one in a bargain. A. T. Dosser. Reese Thomas occupies the bouse vacated by J. B. Thomas. Wedding Outfits for Ladles, at Mrs. Lizzie Russell's. Traveling elocutionists both col ored and white "showed" here during the holidays. Wanted' to give away, one hundred overcoats. Call on A. T. Dorses.. Charles J. St. John, jr., of Sullivan county, holds a, position in the Pension offleo at Washington. " ; A neat Breastpin for 10 cents at Mrs. Lizzie Russell' s. .. . j .. John Johnson and family left last week for the old Noith State, where they will make their home. . . Ladies' Hats trimmed on short notice, by Mrs. Lizzie Russell. - J. B. Thomas has moved to his resldenco recently purchased, in tho northeast end...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 January 1887

7 t l i DiTFk im TDTBTIVP iLniiir n i II I im ill I . ill i ui I'BLISHKD EVERY THUBgDAT T TBI I JRXLD AND TRIBUNE CO. Jit 91 a a car, t Aurawe. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. ONESB0R0. TENN., JAN. 6. 1887. LOGAN DEAD SOLDIER STATESMAN AD DED TO THE LIST. pent Public Hca Who 1ng the fut Two Ye ketch of HU Life. lohn A. Logan, of Illinois, home In Washington, D. C, auics ueiuru o u vims, ouuuoj ai- L V . I O ..1 1- Q 1 .. il. TV GEN. r , Dec. 20. The members of his and a number of his political as itcs were at bis bedside when he I The rheumatism which ho first Victed in a winter campaign, through ling in a snow-storm near Steven Jklnbama, and which clung to him then, finally put an end to his glo- career. He suffered an acute at yome weeks ago, from' which he Vy recovered, but which left him enfeebled. A relapse occurred, ed with a high fever which scrl iffected the brain. His weakened could not stand the strain, and scd away, Jin Alexander Logan, was the oldest of Dr. John Logan, a native of I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 January 1887

TWO BALLOON STORIES. A Han't Hair Turned Whit from Fright During n Rlile Through the Clouds. In ft talk with Joha Forepaugh re cently several interesting stories of ad ventures with hot-air balloons were indulged in. We used to inflate the balloons and send them skyward at every stopping point of the Forepangh show," he said, "and I remember now one incident in regard to these balloons which occurred in 1874 at Chester. There was a largo crowd on the grounds, and a man we called Big Smith was inside the bag while it was being inflated. At last the balloon bulged out, nearly full, and Smith crawled from under. Twenty five men were holding the balloon, and Smith, after he got outside the machine, saw a candy butcher named Mitchell standing near him. Before any one could count five Smith grabbed Mitchell, threw him in the basket and yelled ' Let go! The men dropped the ropes, the balloon shot aloft like a rocket, and the ten thousand people strained their eyes as they saw it grow small...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 January 1887

N.o ... .. VOL XVII, NO. 39. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, 'THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. .BeMid Fipihiiini -SCRIBNER'S MAGAZINE.? . Jainar?Kiiinl3Er. Ko. l,'Yol, 1, ; X(w Heady. . ' CONTENTS.",: ' '- ' s s s - Oambetta Proclaiming u) RepuWe of J'ranf. Frontispiece. Drawn y How ani I'ylc. Engraved by Frank French. Reminiscences of the Seige and Com mune of Pari. First Pnper The Down, fall of the Empire. By E. B. Washburne, ex Minister to France. With' illustra tions from portraits nnd documents in Mr. WushburneV possession, and from drawings by Thuhtrup, Sleeker, Heich, and others. . . . , ; Seth's Brother' Wife. Chapters I.-Y. Herold Frederic. f ; j The Story of a Neu York Ilouse I. H. 0. Banner. Illustrated by A. B. Frost, F. llopkir.son Smith, and Q. W. Edwards - Sonnet in Shadou. Arlo Bates. . Our Defenceless Coasts. F V Greene, Captain U 8 Engineers. .With maps, sketches, and diagrams. : , In a Copy of the Lyrical Poems of Rob ert Herrick. , Austin Dobson. . ' In Me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 January 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. JAN. 18, 1887. All comtnnnlcntlon for thti caper ihonld be aoompanlcd by the name of the author ; not ncceaaarlly for publication, huta an evi dence of rood faith on the part of the writer. Write only en oae tide or the pnper. Be par ticularly careful In giving uaiuee and date to have the letter and figure plain and dis tinct. Troper names are often dllllcult to de cipher, bet-uuse of the carele niannor In which they aro written. - Any person who take the paper regularly from the poetotUce, whether directed to hla nam e or whether he la a subscriber or not, la rcponntble for the pay. TUecourta have decided that refusing to take newspaper nnd perlixllcnla from the poatofflce, or retnovlug and leaving thora un called for. Is "prima fala" avldeuoe of IK TENTIOHAJk FRAUD. ' Marriage nnd death tiotlcci, not exceeding teu line, lnertel free of charge. OhltunrieK, over ten linen, will be charged At half reading ninttur rate. ' Where is tho Hue inspecto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 January 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Pl'm.ISlIKD EVERY THURSDAY BY THE HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At $1 a Tear, in Adtanee. II. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., JAN. 13, 1887. NASHVILLE. Seven Days Doing- at the State Capitol . Jan. 0. The senate met this morning at ten oclock. Senator Jones, of Mar shall county, offered a joint resolution to elect State librarian on January 8tli, at eleven o'clock. Lies over; Senator Williamson, of Gibson, offered a resolu lion fixing August 17th, 1887, for the sub mission to the people of the prohibition amendment. Lies over. In the after noon session Whitlock, Field and Charles were appointed porters. Senator Kcnno dy, of Marion, offered a resolution pro vidinir for furnishing each member of tho legislature with $5 worth of postage stamps. This brought out the usual buncombe speeches; but the resolution win adopted. Senate then adjourned. The houcc met at 9:40 a. m., and twen ty-two candidates for sergeant at arms were put in nomination. On the fifth ballot a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 January 1887

Cnstlti; Bolls. r 1 There Is nHiys mk of failure In' casting lartre ; an vrt.nlnty whether the bell win I..- . o'i.ui when cast, and liability to .. i-.it-i:il fracture. The transportntio-i such heavyweights as bells of larvv dimensions to their destination, mid t ho hanging of thorn when there, me iihvajs matters for serious con.-i l- i ition. It will bo re membered wh.it preparations were m:de and precautious taken for the transport of t!i : -.-j.it ball to St Paul's, and the difii.-a;:.- of its hoisting mid hanging; and now, beinj hung.lt would dangerous to swing its enormous iviiight sonv i: :';toen tons. It is of interest to nut . tHoreforo, that in Eng mud a bell h:n been invented which is claimed to o'tviatc all these difficul ties. This be.!, i.j we iliid it describif.l, U not cast, bir . mlt of metal bent ir spun to shape. A bell may be made of several pieces a-il.icred together. The vibrations last twenty-live seconds, and the overtoil 3 or harmonics are quite perceptible....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 January 1887

(i J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE THlj&DAY, JANUARY 20, 1887. VOL. XVII, NO.: 40. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. 6 Tribiiiie. Herald .CsJjflp.' 1887. " HARPER'S MAGAZINE. Illustrated. ' Harper's Magazine during 188T will contain a novel of Intense political, social, ana ro inanllo tntereet.entltled "Narka" a story of Husslan life by Kathleen O'Menra: a new novel, entitled "April Hopes, by w. D. How n.. ila..ti.n.ii uitatjiti a" hir f TliKrtpa Dud- ley Warner and Uebecca Harding la la. H-1 ...... . I 1 Ml ... U.mlllnn ..1 1 1 twllll l'(.rPHl I American Industries" continued; "Social Studies," by ir. It T.-Ely; further articles on Uie Railway Problom by competent wri ters; new series of Illustrations by E. A. Ab bey and Alfred Parsons; ai tides by E. P. Hoe; and other attraotlona. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. : f y FEB VEAR; - - Harper' Magazinf' f 4 00 . Harper'tvWtilcly, ; 4 00 Harper' Batar,'- '-400 Harper' Young People, 8 00 Harper' Franklin Square Library ," " One Year (53 Numbert), 10 00 Harper' Hand...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 January 1887

HERALD AND .TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. JAN. 20, 1887 All communication! for this paper ihonld be accompanied by the name or the author not necessarily for publication, but as an vl - deuce of good faith on the part of the writer Write only on one aide of the paper. Be par. tlcularly careful In giving name and dutes to have the letter! and rig urea plain and dis tinct. Proper names are often dlfflcnlt to de cipher, became of the careless manner In which they are written. . Any poraoU who takes the paper regularly from the poatofllce, whether directed to hla name or whether be li a subscriber or not, U responsible for the pity. . The court have decided that refusing to take newspaper and periodical! from the postomce, or removing and leaving them un called for, U "prima facia" evidence of in tentional fraud. .,-.,... . Marriage and death notice, not exceeding ten lines, Inerll free of charge. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged at half reading matter ratee. Do you like a good ...

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