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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 January 1887

HERALD AND .TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED BVIBT THURSDAY UT TUR HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. At 1 a Tear, in Adcanc. H. W. PUSIXBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TEXN., JAN. 20. 1887. CONGRESS. Jas. 13 In the Senate, Ilouse amend raenl to the bill appropriating $100,000 for the Camden, (N. J.,) public building were concurred in. The fortifications bill appropriating 13.000,000 was submit ted. The intur-Statc commerce bill was taken up. Messrs. Call, Hoar, Harris, Goorirc and Mitchell snoke. At 2:40 p. m. the Senate went into executive Bession and adjourned at 6 d. m. In tho House, a bill for an additional Associate Justice in the Southern Dis trict of New York was passed. The an ti polygamy bill was reported, and, after ilixcutwion, passed, without division. At 5:o() the House adjourned. .Ian. 13 In the Senate communications and memorials were presented: referred. Among the bills reported and placed on tho caluudar were tho following: For the erection of a monument to the negro sol diers and sailors who die...

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. — 20 January 1887

2 "..- '--Mii t-l i f ". I til SULsa.. i APOLOGY. War Betwn Prof. Moriiui I n.inl MhtUw and tho tt:t A verted. .';, who hold initiooring at the chair of u.tv'i. -.v.: nu Arbor I'lmrr-i ;. . iiinnt Coo'uv (..' .'. . .ivy, and, nliiimi,'ii ! . riJ honorutl w-l.: .: learned faeuhy ( .i;d is quite an t work, In- stiil UiiY.'. Bt the- in Iv s i:sctl to be Lion L'nitod State ;iKls a grav' a member v :! ..t institutiri est in his pre I -nek withlonp ; used to huv. boaril tin? iio'hI ihiii Qiiiiincbaui;. "Duriiij; :iun fi'ii.i: K Kmopeou tin liunebaiif' i i' prvfunsor in th . :rse of a .1 few ! ago, "w cliored fi;' .." )' "i" Cm.Htautinopl. jiositc tlit- oiiitiiii'- I'b'acv. The oil at the ji.l:.ci nii-;-.i,T got the im asion ISa w uiv trying to flu v ih the wm:i n of t!.o liarem lh :...i'uiu looks if.' m in. itn water ant t dirt will, toti women is t. ..-me of vert .;';: .:'ui:itude in Con ..iiitinople. 1 dim" I licli-jve one oi. iii;iboard knew any tliinjr about the : ivin, but t'i. t nia...

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. — 27 January 1887

-1 ' ' . .. . 'i-r. r - - . VOL. XVII, NO. '41. JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1887.' $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Herald " :'" 1887. . HARPER'S MAGAZINE. - ' IttutiraUd.:, Hnrnar'a Mmmr.lne during 1887 will contain & nkv.i nf intnsa nolitlcal. social, and ro- I mantlo Interest, entitled "Narka"-astory of Russian life by Kathleen O'Menra; a new novel, entitled "April Hope, by W. D. How ells: "Houtbern Sketch ? bjr Oharles Dud ley Warner and Kabecoa Harding Da'ls, Il lustrated by Wm. Hamilton Gibson; "Great American Industries" continued; "Social v Studies," by Dr. H. T. Ely; farther articles on ilia Kallwa Problem bv competent wri ters; new series of Illustration! by K. A. Ab bey and Alfred Pamona; articles by E. P. I Hoe; aud other attraction!. r-. HARPER'S PERIODICALS. '. I ' : . PER TEAR: ;.:;- i Harper' Maganne,- 4 '--V Harper' $ Weekly, ' Harper't Bmar, t Harper' t Young People, '' Harper' Franklin Square Library, One Tear (52 Numbert), ' 'Harper' Handy Seriei, One Te...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 January 1887

TO ALL WHOM IT MAT' CONCERN ; TO MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS: nl' I again desire to return, my sincere THANKS for the very liberal patronage in the past, mid to A11 VUUlllcL offer some of the Biggest Bargains you ever saw, in order to. make room lor my u : I M ME N S E S T 0 C K 0 ! S P E I N G 0 0 D ? . Gents' Fine Kip Boots, Gents' Fine Shoes, Gents' Fine Shoes, Ladies' Fine Button Shoes, Ladies' Fine Lace Shoes, WORTH $4.00, for $4.50 I0RTH $3.50, for 1.75 WORTH $2.50, lor , ,1.25 WORTH $2.60, for 1.15 Misses' Fine Shoes, Children's Shoes, from Men's and Boy's Caps, Men's Flannel Underwear, WORTH 2.25, for 1.00 25c to 1.00 WORTH .75 for .25 WORTH .1.50 for .75 Ladies' Trecot Dress Goods, WORTH $1.60 & $ .70 Ladies' Ail Wool Shawls, WORTH. 3.53 for . 2.00 Ladies' All Wool breakfast Shawls, 1.03 for .60 Children's All WootSacques, WORTH 2.00 foz .98 2.25, for 1.00 MY ENTIRE STOCK OF, MEN AND BOY'S OVERCOATS AT COST. ANYTHIlSra IN THE CLOTHING LINE iT PRICES THAT DEFY COMPETITION. Mv...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 January 1887

$ f X f: I i Ik i V I I, HERALD AND. TRIBUNE. POBLISUID BVKST THCSSDAY BY THE HERALD AN D TRlBU N E CO. At $1 a Tear, in Advance. H. W. DTJSINBERRE, j' :. . EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN. ,! JAN. 27, 1887. CONGRESSIONAL. Jan. ltL-t-Iu Uic Senato a bill was ported to protect the rights of American fishermen. The House bill for the re lie( of dependent parents and honorably discharged soldiers and sailors now dis abled was ' reported favorably. 'An amendment to the sundry civil approprl ation bill was reported favorably provl ding $30,000 for the international exhibl tion in Southern Australia in June, 1887. Conferees were appointed on the Back' , bone land grant forfeiture and the army . aDoroorintion bill; $300,000 was appro- ' priated to expedite he, completion of the Ictties. The Florida land grant forfeit nrehlll was taken up and considered un til 3:45 p. m., when the Senate went into ' exccurlvo session and at 5:45 p. m., the Senate adjourned. In the House a bill was reported for the ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 January 1887

r A.' .X r - r THE C?AR OF ALL THE RUSSIAS. What '-MlnlUr Tirt hu to Say About Alesau.te.- III, The Hon. Alcso Taft of Cin- ciiinati, fonner Miu;jN?r to Austria and Russia, was interviewed recently concerning the sUr:M of the Czar shooting his aido-le-CRinn Judge Taft s:iid: "Dining ray s.t:ty in Russia I frequently cnmc iut" vssonal commu uicatlon with tho C-t;ir. and I never saw anything to lead iuo u believe that hi .us other than an rs rationally amia Weman. If ho 'i it or stabbed his 'i!e-de-camp, I ;tm sitisfled that he 'lid it under the a;. -.v'iension that he was doing it hi i.. .: -'o fence. About i.vo years ago, tlia ;S:iitan of Turkey isiiot and kllk ?. uv.n who came into presence f(:-i.'ii.::i.; in his breast ocket,as tho.i'.i ii; s..ju of a weapon. T.'io Sultau shot, as iie supposed, a would-be assassin. Ii Alexander ILL killed a man im i.'.t probably done it much as thsS .:; !., .11. I know that i,t is in constant ;t.. I of an assassin, ilia movtmen;.H iru liis people ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 February 1887

nn m VOL. XYII, NO. 42. JONESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3.1887. $1 A -YEAR IN ADVANCE. 1887. - 5 HARPER S MAGAZINE. - Illustrated. Harper's Mngitzlus during 1887 will contain A novel of intense polllloul, social, ana ro iimntlo Interact, entitled "Nark" ft story of Russian life by Kathleen O'Mpnra; a new novel, entitled "April Hopes, by W.l). How elln; '-rtoutliorn Kketchs,". lr Charles Dud ley Wnmer and Hebecca Harding lnivln,l. liiHtrated by Wm. Hnrullton Gibson; "Great American Industries" continued; "Social Kludlen," by Dr. K, T. My; further artloles on the ltallway Problem by competent wri ters;" new series of Illustration by K. A. Ab bey aud Alfred l'arsons; article by E. P. Koo; and other attraction!. .HARPER'S PERIODICALS. run yeah: Harper's Magatine, Harrier's Weekly. $400 4 00 400 200 10 00 15 00 Harper's Basar, .- Harper Young People, Harper's Franklin Square Library, One Year (53 Number), Harper' Handy Serie, Out Year (53 Number) - Pontage free to all subscriber...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 February 1887

TO ALL WHOM IT MAT CONCERN ; . TO MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS : I again desire to return my sincere THANKS for the very liberal patronage in the past, and to solicit a cpntinunce of the same for Jthe future. I desire to say, that, for the next 3 O days, I will offer some of the Biggest Bargains you ever, saw, in order to make room for my - -IMMENSE STOOK OFFSPRING GOODS. Greetin g Gents' Fine Kip Boots, Gents' Fine Shoes, Gents' Fine Shoes, Ladies' Fine Button Shoes, Ladies' Fine Lace Shoes, WORTH $4.50, for $2.00 WORTH $3.50, for 1.75 WORTH $2.50, for 1.25 ; WORTH $2.50, for I.I 5 WORTH ' 2.25, for 1.00 Misses' Fine Shoes," Children's Shoes, from Men's and Boy's Caps, Men's Flannel Underwear, WORTH 2.25, for 1.00 25c to 1.00 ".75 for , .25 1.50 for .75 Ladies' Trecot Dress Goods, .VORTH $1.00 for $ .70 Ladies' All Wool Shawls, WORTH 3.50 for 2.00 Ladies' All Wool Breakfast Shawls, 1.00 for .60 t WORTH Children's All Wool Sacques, WORTH 2.00 foz .95 MY ENTIRE STOCK OF MtN AND BOY'S OVERC...

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. — 3 February 1887

HERALD AND .TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVXT THUBSDAT I THB HERALD ANDTRIBUNECO. Atlo Tear, ' Adtanct. H. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. FEB. 8. 1887. Th indication aro that the contest next ye will le again between Blaine and Cleveland. : Trot Mexican war pension bill has be come a law, the President having placed his autograph thereto. Tok Senatorial deadlock in the Texas Legislature has been broken b the elec tion of John n. Reagan. It Is said that Reagan Is a Tcnncscean by birth and a resident of Scviervllle until he attained his majority. Mr. Reagan has served .Avoml terms as coneressman from his adopted State. Tub most enthusiastic Republican wc have met since 1884 was in town Monday. He lives in Virginia, and. being asked if Viiione was dead, replied: "Mabono d .l! X.i. he will be Blaine's Post Mas k t tfuueral. March 4. 19. aud will re- movu Cleveland s nntt-ntaklcr l" tele f rapu as f uft a he cjii dkule iuesssv. Prok. Fkakk M. Smith, of Jack not been engrossed it could no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 3 February 1887

HOUSEHOLD V Lard may be made 'perfectly sweet by boiling a pared potato In It In finding places for kitchen utensils study every time to place them where it v.ill take the least walking to reach them. Afteb peeling peaches, If the hands be held over the fumes of sulphur matches or flowers of sulphur, before washing them, the fruit staius will bo removed. How to clean cvt-glass. Having washed cut-glass articles, let them dry, mid afterwards rub them with pre pared chalk and a soft brush, carefully going into all the cavities. To clevc marble. Take two parts r.f comnu soda, one part of pumice t-:one, and one part of finely-powHercd t iia'ik; sift it Hi rough a flue sieve, aud mix it with water; then rub it well all .ver the marble, and the stains will be ivmoved; rub the marble over with salt and water. Indelible isk. To one tablespoon ft:! of rain water. ne-lialf teaspoon of Vinegar, and a pive of lunar caustic, three Inches l-n.?: shake well together; jut on to .mi i a'Ui .1 little ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 February 1887

.Herald J0NESB0R0; TENNESSEE, THURSI) AY, FEBRUARY 10, 1887. VOL. XVII, NO. 43. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCED Eclectic Hagazine Of Foreign Literature, Science and Art. "THE LITERATURE OF THE WORLD." -l887-43d Year.. .r The foreign Magazines embody the best thoughts of the ablest writers of Europe. It U the aim of the Eclectic Magaitne to select and print all the representative ar ticles thus given lo the world. The plan of the Eclectic includes Science, Essays, Reviews, Biographical Sketches, Historical Papers, Art Criticism, Travels, Poetry and Short Stories. It Editorial Department comprises Lit erary Notices, dealing with current home books. Foreign Literary Notes, Science and Irt, summarizing briefly the new dis coveries and achievements in this field, and consisting of choice extracts from new books and foreign journals. The subjoined ' lists exhibit the principal sources whence the material is drawn, and the names of some of the leading authors whose articles may be expected . to appe...

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. — 10 February 1887

TO ALL - WHOM IT MAY CONCERN; ; TO MY FRIENDS AND PATRONS : ; 4 ' , "I again desire to return my sincere THjiNKS for the very liberal patronage in the past, and to solicit a oontinunce of the same for the future. I desire to say, that, for the next 3 O days, I will ' offer some of the Biggest Bargains you ever saw, in order to make room for my . IM M E N S E & ;S T O C K 0 1 S P R I N G G 0 0 D S . Greetin g Gents' Fine Kip Boots, Gents' Fine Shoes, Gents' Fine Shoes, ; . WORTH $4.50, for $2.00 WORTH $3.50, for 1.75 WORTH $2.50, for 1.25 WORTH $2.50, for I.I 5 WORTH 2.25, for 1.00 Misses' Fine Shoes, , Children's Shoes, from Men's and Boy's Caps, WORTH . 2.25, for 1.00 ! 25c to 1.00 Ladles' Trecot Dress Goods, WORTH $1.00 for $ .70 Ladies' All Wool Shawls, WORTH 3.50 for 2.00 Ladies' All Wool Breakfast Shawls, 1.00 for .60 Children's All Wool Sacques, WORTH 2.00 for ;95 WORTH .75 for .25 1.50 for .75 Ladies' Fine Button Shoes, Ladles' Fine Lace Shoes, Men's Flannel Underwear, WO...

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. — 10 February 1887

JJ-L HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED 1VUI THURSDAY SY THE HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO -4 $1 Far, in Advance. H. y. DUSINBERRE. EDITOR. J05TESB0R0. TENN.. FEB. 10. 1887. BEDISTBICTINO STOPPED. As Intimated in our last Issue, an la Junction has been served on the commis sioners appointed torcdistrict the county, and the matter goes to the chancery court on the question of territory, raised ' under the constitution, quoted last week. The bill filed alleges that there are only three hundred and sixty-nine square miles of territory in the county, based on the assessor's books of 1888, which give 235,600 acres of land and 544 town lots in the county, according to the sworn returns of the assessors for 1880. Six hundred and forty acres make a square mile, and 230,204 divided by 640 gives 309 square miles in the county. We have talked with a number of per sons on the question of thq area of the county, and many of them say their un derstanding always has been that there were six or seven hundred sq...

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. — 10 February 1887

( Coflee nnd It Effect. New York a doctor who has busied himsotr l..u:y writing pithy articles on sir;.? ut tuo baptized evils of society. Hi -' .'.v.t manifesto is on "How coffee e-i -v- people; and the aim of the pa;kv i : j show that coffee is one of the woit powerful drugs in the list of medicines. The proof of its power as a draif is shown by the fact that it is used to a troater extent than any other as an antidote for poisons, both animal anil WircUble. He urges that he does not desire to reach the ear of tha public in general, but of those who have pains in the region of the heart, oppressed breath ing and an irro.r.ilur pulse; those who are exceedingly nervous and unable to sleep at night; those who have a full feeling, dizziness an:l pains of a neural gio character in head; who have nausea of the st":iuc1i without having transgressed tie laws of life; who have pains in the liver, a yellow skin with eyes of the same sort; end lastly, who have hemorrhoids. If the doctor sup ...

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. — 17 February 1887

r jr. if .J VOL. XVII NO. 44. . J0NESB0RO, TENNESSEE,' THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADYAN(JE. Piaffe d 11L JL JL'IU ULJULVUo' Eclectic Magazine Of Foreign Literature, Science and Art. "THE LITERATURE OF THE WORLD." : e s i887-43d Year The foreign Magazines eraibody the best thoughts of the ablest writers of Eurapo. It Is the aim of the Eclectic Magaitne tc select and print all the representative ar ticles thus given to the world. - The ' plan of ; the Eclectic Includes 'Science, Essays, Review, Biographical Sketche, Historical Paper, Art Criticism, Travel, Poetry and 8hort 8torie. ' lie Editorial Department comprises Lit entry Notices, dealing with current heme books. Foreign Literary Note. Science and -4r,Bummarlzlng briefly the new dis ' corerlea and achievements In this field, and consisting of choice extracts from new books and foreign journals. The subjoined lists exhibit the principal sources whence the material is drawn. and the names of some of the leading autho...

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. — 17 February 1887

i HERALD AND TEIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. FEB.. 17, 1887. . All communications for this paper should beaooompauled by the nam of t be author; Dot necessarily for publication bat a so evi dence of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only en one tide of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In giving names and date to have the letter aud flgtirea plain and dls tlnot. Proper noma are often dlffloult to de- , cipher, became of the oarules manner In which they are written. '- Any person who tukea the paper regularly 1 firm the postoflice, whether directed to till nam or whetlie r he la a subserl her or not. Is rexponslble for the pay. , The courts have decided that refuting to take newspapers and periodical! from the poatomce, or removing and leaving them un called for. Is "prima facia'.' evidence of m tkkt:osaj,fraoi. Marriage and death notice!, not exceeding, ten lines. Inserted free of oharxe. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged at half reading matter rates. - 1W Op to S.'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 February 1887

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 February 1887

1 M - ll ... 2 STRAY SUiNBEAMS. Gathered as They Sparkle Fioa U Pea of Humor. The man who sleep in churcb b&l ' nod idea of bis immortal soul When Mrs. Mackey gives a dinner to the Prince, she has nine different kinds of pie. There is one place where busybodles seldom "stick their nose in," and that is a hornet's nest. The womnn yon can call a poem is not the woman yon can call early in the morning to get breakfast One thing can be said in favor of the iceman.. 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. Tn o rno far f!ii nrlze of bains' called belle of the it m frequently a neck- ana-necK nnisu nuiumu'i; ucauw "Your horse has a tremcndons long bit" said a friend to a noted wag. "Yes," he responded, " it is a bit too long. imnmr Tw fr. .InnM liva on this floor? M-isienl young lady No, sir. his room is an octave higher, in tho next uai Ruth was not a desiri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 February 1887

1- i-v.-J t AT.'--. - - v i u f (J- U ... ...i ' - () . VOL. XYII, NO. 45. J0NESB0R0, TEMESSEE, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1887. $1 A YEAR IR ADVANCE. Ilera PruhiinnA d -il. JLL rV-r HAl. J1.-1L Vy O -f . Eclectic Magazine Of Foreign Literature, Science and Art. "THE LITERATURE OF THE WORLD." VY.1887.-43d Yearv The foreign Magazines embody the best thought ot the ablest writers of Europe. It is the dim of the Eclectic Magattne to select and print all the representative ar ticles thus given lo the world. i , ., ' Tho plan of the Eclectie Includes Science, Euayi, Review, Biographical , Sketches, Historical Papon, Art Criticism, : Travels, Poetry and Slmt Stories. , .. It Editorial Department comprises' Lit trary Notice, dealing with current home books. Foreign Literary Note, Science and .Art.summarlzlng briefly the now dis coveries and achievements in this Held, and consisting of choice extracts from new books and foreign journals. .The . subjoined lists exhibit the- principal sources whe...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 February 1887

HERALD AND -TRIBUNE . JONESBORO. TEN2C.. FEB. 84. 1887. - AH communication foe thli paper shonld be accompanied by the nam of the author; not necewarlly for pnbllctIoB,botan evi dence of good faith on the part of the writer Write only an one aid of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In giving name and date to nave the letters and figure plain and dis tinct. Proper names are often dLfllcult to de cipher, becanae of the eareleaa manner In which they are written. Any person who takea the paper regularly from the poaloffico, whether directed to his unin or whether ho la a ubKrtber or not, 1 reepooai ble for the pay. The court have decided that rpJualng to take newspapers and periodical from the po to fllce, or removing and leaving them un called for, is "prima facia" evidence of IX tbnt:ohal rBAUD. Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten line, Inserted free of charge. Obituaries, over ten Hues, will be charged at half reading matter rates. Will Beeves ia about again. -Yesterday w...

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