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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 February 1887

! ' HERALD AND TRIBUNE. rUBMSHSD VEBT tlVUDAI V TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO Atla Tear, in Ad vane. H. W. DUSISBERRE. A4 A V JONESBORO. TENN., FEB. S4, 1887. Tub Si Ate oT Nevada In disfranchising tha polyganilsta wisely conclude lhal it la bettor to prevent pestilence, than to curt IV The Morrusnt have Increased o rapidly In that elate In recent year that nothing but the vigorous meature ot disfranchisement culd have prevented them from quiring full political control and lurnlnt Nevada Into a second TJtah. Tms President has allowed the act ap propriating f(00,(ftX) a year to provide amis and equipments for the militia to 'bevvtae a law without his l$uature. The constitutional limitation of 10 days within which he should have acted on the bill expired. Ilia failure to sign th bill is wratvloJ as an oversight, as he was not known to object to any of its pro visions. . "Crrmo up rot and braiWV' Is fully exemplified by the new anti -Polygamy bill on which tbe House aad conferee have agree...

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. — 24 February 1887

-- Alaska. When Secretory Seward bought Alaska from Russia, he added pa the United States a territory of much larger area than the States of New Tori, reuiuylvaula, Ohio, Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, Wisconsin and Mis souri together, and nearly nine times larger than England and Wales. The territory stretches out so far to the westward that Sitka, Its capital, is only half way from New York city to the most western Alaskan Island. . Many of the details of the formation - of Alaska read like quotations from fairy tales. It has a volcano 8,000 feet high. The Yukon river is at some points from fifteen to twenty miles wide, its entire length is 2,000 miles, and it empties with such a volume into the sea that the ocean is said to be fresh water for ten miles out The tempera ture does at times fall as low as 68 below zero, but as a rule it is mild, on account of a sort of Gulf stream known as the Japanese current . It was Peter the Great who set on foot the expedition which finally dis cover...

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. — 3 March 1887

1 ;" a Her Iribune. VOL; XVII, NO. 46. J 0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Eclectic Magazihe Of Foreign literature, Science and Art. "THE LITERATURE OF THE WORLD." i887-43d Year. . - The foreign Magazines embody the best thoughts of the ablest writers of Europe. It is the niui of the Eclectic Magaizne to select and print all the representative ar ticles thus given lo the world. The plan of tho Eclectic Includes Science, Essay, Review, ' Biographical . Skeleton, Historical Papers, Art Criticism, Travel, Poetry and Short Stories. :. It Editorial Department comprises Lit erary Notice, dealing with current home books. Foreign Literary Note, Science and (.summarizing briefly the new dis coveries ana achievements in this Held, and consisting of choice extracts, from new books and foreign Journals. The subjoined Hsu exhibit the principal sources whence the material is drawn, nnd the names of some of the leading authors whose articles maybe expected to appea...

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. — 3 March 1887

HERALD AND v TRIBUNE. JONESBOBO. TEJTCT.. MAR. 8. 1837 All communication for this paper ahonld be accompanied by the name of the author: not neeeeaartly for publication, butaa 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 ngurea plain and dis tinct. Proper name are often dllllcult to de cipher, became of the eareleae manner In which they are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the poatofflce, whether directed to hit name or whether he la a subscriber or not, is responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals front the postotHce,or removing and leaving them un called for, la "prima facia" evldenee of ik- TBIf TloMAL FRAUD. Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten lines, Inserted free of charge. ' Obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged at balf reading matter rates. To-morrow Is pension day. ,...

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 March 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED ITIIT THURSDAY BY TBI HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At $1 a Tear, in Advance. II. W. DU8INBERRE. EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. MAR 8, 188.". R. W. Carlton has retired from the Sweetwater JSVtes Co. Senaton Siuerlt and Representative Wagner Lave our thanks for copies of State documents. Tub Evening Telegram, a new Nash ville dally came into existence last week. It is a bright, newsy sheet. Tbe settle ment of the great labor problems of the age will be its highest ambition. . i DOINGS AT THE NATIONAL AN 0 STATE CAPITOLS. Continued from First page. At Washington. Feb. 29. In the Senate, Mr. Brown spoke on tho correspondence of ex Minlstcr Jackson, of Mexico, with the State Department in refcrenco to tbe scizuro and sale of the American schooner Rebecca. The naval appropriation bill was presented, and several Senators com plained of the delay on the part of the House, intimating, their opinion of the impossibility of getting through tbe ap propriation bills by the 4th ...

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. — 3 March 1887

. Worked Like Chain. A toufh looking man entered the sanctum of a San Francisco paper re cently and said to the inmate: "Are you the editor?" ' : ' , " Yes, sir," was the reply. "Well, I have come to see you about a piece in your paper one day last week which says that iny wife, who keeps a candy store on street, is rather fond of the society of young men." "I assure you, said the editor, as he cast his eyes around the room in search of some weapon of defense, and seeing none looked out the window to calcu late the distance to the ground, " I had nothing to do with the publishing of that article. I was out of the city at that time and the reporter who wrote that article was discharged last Satur day. But I will have the false publi cation corrected with pleasure." " Corrected ? Why, I wouldn't have It corrected for $500. I expect to make a fortune out of it My wife sold more candy this week than she did the whole six months before, and as I am not the man to forget a favor I Just co...

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. — 10 March 1887

.1 ... ..." -Ow- -I- - - Hera iiV. ..... v.;: - ..; - - : . , 1 V J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1887. $i A YEAS IN ADVANCE, VOL. XVII, NO. 47. Eclectic Magazine. Of Foreign Literature, Science and Art. "THE LITERATURE OF THE WORLD." . l887--43d Year.- - The foreign Magazines embody tlie best thoughts of the ablest writers of Europe. It is the aim of the Eclectic Magaitne to select and print all the representative ar ticles thus given to the world. The plnn of the Eclectic Includes Science, Ettayt, . Review, Biographical Sketehet, Hittorical Paper, Art Critieitm, Tratele, Poetry and Short Sloriei. . ." .'. It Editorial Department comprises Lit erary Notice, dealing with current borne boohs. Foreign Literary Note, Science and VlW, summarizing briefly the new 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 whence the material is drawn, and tho names of some 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. — 10 March 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBOBO, TENN. MAR, 10, 1887 ' Horse wanted by 8. H. Andeison. The framework of J. 8.Butleri ware house it In progress of construction. Ulies jacuson, uarotr anuaeaiena confectionery, has put up a neat new sign. . We have been creditably informed tliat it is all over the country muck f; .L A. Bittle, of Haskell, TemCfcin charge at the depot during Mr. Earnest's absence. - " , Silas n. L. Cooper, spent a few days in town with his father, Lewis Cooper, Circuit Court Clerk, this week. - Mrs. .8. H. Millet and daughter. 111.- ...- Vf HT T HiTt. Alice, are me guesis ui mis. n j. '" es, at the Planters' Honse. J ' , There was a vcrv slim attendance at ,. county court Monday. The condition of -the roads is so oaa inn travel on some of them is almost impossible. Mr. J. C. Thompson, of Locust. Mt., one of Washington county's oldoBt and best citizens, lies at the point of death at his home. . - r - Owing to the illness o. Mr. J. 0. Thomson the closing exercises of VT. K....

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 March 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED MYMUr THUBSDAT ftT TH HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO - At fla Year, in Adtance. IL W. DTJSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. MAR 10. 1887. The legislature of Missouri has refused to submit prohibitory amendment to ths people. The measure was defeated in the state Senate bj a rote of S3 to 11 A bill now being considered by the Nevada Legislature disqualifies from holding office any one who is a victim of strong drink. Eyas delists Jones and Small are said to hare carried away over 30,000 as the net personal gains of one month's work In Boston. No wonder Brother Small left the journalistic ranVj. It Is said that the laws of Michigan do not allow the posting of certain kinds oi show bills. Anything descriptive of murder is especially tabooed. There must be no upraised knives or cocked guns. The Mormons have been knocked out The passage of the conference report In the Senate is regarded by their managers as a death blow. They hare made a long and continuous fight fo...

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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. — 10 March 1887

cot i Patrick's ceruncaw 01 uia ; j ' Patrick applied lot a siiuauon w porter for a wholesale store. ....- "Patrick, I'm afraid you're strictly honest" , Faith an' phy docs ye be thraUn Oi'm apt honest? ." , Til, I've heard some whisperings that you were a little unreliable when at your last place. I must have a per fectly honest man here." . . ... . . . . Lia "l aith an ui can snow ye a ctji uu cate of honesty that'll make ye change your moind moighty quick." . , He then drew oui a piece oi paper containing words of the greatest praise of himself. , "Who wrote this, Patrick r Who wrote it f Oi did, sor." "Oh, oh! Is a certificate of your Own writing a proof of your honesty?" "It is. sor; because, sor, 01 know more about mcself than any other mon do; an', begorry, if Oi wasn't honest Oi wouldn't be after tellin ye 01 writ It meself." ' " Well, 111 try you, Patrick." Misdirected Enthusiasms A gentleman who listened to Sam Jones in Cincinnati tells the following us illustrative of the...

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 March 1887

y . y v - - T6h 1 (CM VOL. XVII, SO. 43. JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1887. : $1 A. YEAR IN ADVANCE. v. L. . ; - . . K J . .: . -if: Eclectic Magazine v Of Foreign Literature Science and Art. "THE LITERATURE OF THE WORLD." i887--43d Year. , 'The foreign Magazines embody the best thoughts of the ablest writers of Europe. It Is the Aim of the Eclectic Magaizne to ' Select sad print all the representative ar . ucies thus given Jo the world, - The plan ot the Eclectic includes Science, , Essay, Review,', Biographical - OKtutiet, llut&ncal vaperi. Art tnttctsm, , travel, roetry an& ljhort Stonett j - " ( Its Editorial Department comoriiei Lit erary Notices, dealing with current home book. Foreign Literary Note, Science , ana .an, summarizing Dnclly the new dis - coverles and achievements in this- field, i and consisting of choice extracts from new books and. foreign journals. The subjoined lists exhibit the principal sources wbonce the material is drawn, and the name...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 March 1887

JOITESBOIIO. TENS., MAR. 17. 1887 1111 MntmmihNflhM HV H1U IWMr IHOD 111 txttecompanted by Ik uame of the author; not nocewiarlly fbr publication, but a an evi dence ( wood faith on tbe part of the writer. Writs on It ui oh AA tf lb paper. Be par ticularly earolul In giving names and flatea to have the letter and flimrei plain and lli , tlm-fc Proper namet are if tu diaienlt to de 1 cipher, because of lb careless maaaoe.la .' a nu n.nn afhn tuJiM the raner regularly . , from the poelofUoe, whether directed to hll .. ThaeovrM have decided that vetoslng to take newepaper and perlo4icale from tbe . poatotlioe, or removing and leaving thorn un called for. Is "prima facia" evjUeuce of IK- Marriage and death ollcea, not exceeding ten lines, lniorled free of charge. , . . obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged at half reading matter rates. . ,, ; Spring begins 8undayv';i ? ; : . To-day w tst. ramcK a o.ay. "ii, Horses wanted by 8. It Addeison. -'-Thoa." Brown has . returned from a " v...

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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. — 17 March 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. FVBUSBSD 1VIRT THURSDAY T TBI HERALD ANDTRIBUNECO At 1 Tear, in Adiance. THE LAWMAKERS. H. W. DUSIJJBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. MAR. 17. 1387. Bulletin has been re- Th Greencville suscitatod.' V 1 - -. Therb was ouly one trouble about that big railroad deal; it didn't deal. Thb wife ot Anarchist Parsons bat succeeded In talking bcrsclf into Jail out in Ohio. To all the other fools: Go thou and ditto. - i ' Ax ex-robel employed in one of the de partments at WashioBton wear scarf pin made of a part of the skull of a fed eral soldier. Do is, of course, radically in favor of letting by gones be by gone. Tim signal service Is crippled for lack of money. 1 Congress, with a line sense of Its own conduct; seems to have assnm- nit that General Greclv could run the weather on wind alone. Tits President will be fifty years old next Friday, and It might be a good thing to eel up a little Queen's jubilee for him. Mr. Cleveland would make a lovely Queen of the May. The Wo...

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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. — 17 March 1887

taking way theihiefs. '-V '. A cashier in the bank is worth two In Canada. "On does not need a thermometer nowadays to ttnd that it grows warmer o ( An Abingdon Square girl recently married a Ivglfss num. Site says when she asks for a new bonnet he cau't kick. A littlo boy said he would 'rather have the earache than the toothache, because be wasn't compelled to have his ear pulled out ' " : : "I wish that dog would go out of the parlor. I wonder why ne dont" "Probably because he is a tarryer," was the reply. They may say what they please about civil service reform, but not even a Mugwump can jin k tan own door bell knob without becoiuiug a wire-puller. Some one says that Miss Kate Field would sooner have married John Brown than any hero of the war. .John is probably well satisfied that it turned out as it did. "Please, sir, how will you have your steak?" shyly asked a pretty waiter girl "'Well done, good and faithful servant," said the dignified young student, impressively. A young ...

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. — 24 March 1887

.... .. j"rr'vv. L V a.v. -:,:;!7J !-Mi u' ; J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE; THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1887.: $1 A YEAR IN 'ADVANCE. tol. xvii, mw.: . ,....- ,'; .v. " - . ; ' i S: - v. - ; ,.. . '.. ..: ... c t .' 1 ' . "- ..... - . . -" .'- , , . i ' . - - - ' ' 1 Eclectic Magazine , Of For tig n Literature, Science and Art. "THE LITERATURE OF THE WORLD." ' - i887-43d Year. The foreign Magazine embody the best thoughts of the ablest writers of Europe. It Is the sim of the Eclectic Magaiznt to select and print all the representative ar- tides thus given !o the world. . The plan of the EcUetie includes 8eienee, Estayt,- Btrieve, t Biographical Sketchet, Historical Paper, Art Criticism, .Trawl, Poetry ami bhort btonei , :, Jli Editorial Department comprises Lit "trary Notices, dealing with current home books. Foreign Literary Note. Science and .drt. summarizing briefly the new dis coveries and achievements In this field. and consisting of choice extracts from new books and foreign journals. The subj...

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. — 24 March 1887

niRALD AND-TRIBUNE. josrssono. tenn.; mab. 84. i887,; , All eommnnleatlons for thli paper should h ecuotu pu led by Die uma of the author ; not necessarily for publication, bnt Man evi dence of good faith on the peri of the writer. Wrl te only on one tide of the paper. Be par ttemarijrcarefnl In giving Dame end date to have me ieiir ana uguree piain ana ail tliKt Proper name areoften dlfllcult to de cipher, because of the careless manner In . which they are written. - . i Any peraon who take the paper regularly from the poetofllce, whether directed to hie name or whether he lea iubecrlber or not, 1 reeponelbleforthepay. , . Tbeeouru have decided that relating to take newtpapeni and pertodleala from the poetotUce, or removing and leaving them un called for, 1 "prima facia" evideuoe of in-" TKKTIOHALFBAITD. j , -r ' ' ;' ' Marriage and death notfeei, not exceeding ten Unee, Inserted free of ebaiye. ' Ubttaariee, over ten llnet, will be charged at half reading matter rates. , , , Call ...

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. — 24 March 1887

i r t 1 jf-"""? - HERALD AND. TR1RUNE. PUBLISHED IVEBT THCBSDAY BT THB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At $1 a Tiar, fa dtanc. H. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., MAR. 24, 1887. Only fire more days until Tennessee ' ;etftlatprs will be at liberty to go borne. rrr Jftt Src'lndebted to Don: McCTWugner ; for a copy of the annual report of the 1 6 fate superintendent of public lnstruc- r in. . ; The Secretary of War has not re. signed yet, but he is on the list of destiny. He has got himself into a scrape which means that either he or the President - must go. ' " Postmaster Geheral Vilas is quite confident that President Cleveland will not try for a second term. It may be that Mr. Cleveland realizes the useless- , ncss of trying. (. Ez Se5Ator Jokes, of Florida, deliv ered a St. Patrick's Day speech out in (Detroit. This would seem to indicate that Jones was still subject to attacks of consciousness. ..:.. General SnERHAN again declines to run for president, but he Intimates that he is pe...

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. — 24 March 1887

P01S0II 111 THE ASHES , . f . i "ffhat the ML Lebanon Shakers -, Pnnnrl Tnrldflnr. In the Ilia torj of a Quiet Community; j The Mount Lebanon (New York) Shakers are a quiet com munity, secluded from the fret ' and worry of the outside world. They are widely known, how ever, for their strict honor and probity in business. , The Shakers believe that na ture has a remedv for every dis ease.- A few have been found the rest are as yet unknown. Many were discovered by acci dent Others came to light aa the result of patient experiment and research. . : ... ; " . Nervous Dyspepsia is a com paratively new disease, growing out of the conditions of modern life. It is a joint affection of the digestive organs and of the nervous system. These two were formerly treated as sepa rate ailments, and it was left for the clear-sighted Shakers to prove that the basis of this terrible and often f atal conipl cation lies chiefly in the disord ered and depraved functions of digestion and nutrition. They re...

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. — 31 March 1887

US?' : . " ' ' . .11 ' If J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 31. 1887.'; $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. XVII, NO. 50. i ; i 5. 1 4 It 'A ti: 1 4 i 5 I i 3 f- J Lv Norfolk " Suffolk Ar Petershurg Lv Richmond (via RAP RR) Lv Petersburg Af Lynchburg Lv Lynchburg " Roanoke Ar Central Lv Central Ar Pocahontas Lv Wytlievllle Abingdon . Af Bristol tDally except Sunday. r X8S7. HARPER'S MAGAZINE. Illustrated. - TTarner'a Momulna dnrlnr 1887 will contain 1 TIME. a novel of intense political, nodal, and ro- Enct'n Hlandr'd mantle lntereet, entitled "Narka" aslory or Russian life by Kathleen O'Meara; a new novel, entitled "April Hopes, by W. 1). How ells: 'Houtbern Sketch a ' by Charles Dud ley Warner and Rebecca Harding I)a la, Il lustrated by Wm. Hamilton Olbson; "Great .'American Industries" continued; "Social Studies," by Dr. R. T. JSIv; further articles on the Railway Problem by competent wri ters; new series of Illustrations by E. A. Ab bey and Alfred Parsons; articles by K. P. Roe; and o...

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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. — 31 March 1887

HERALD "AND TRIBUNE. " . 1 ' JONESBORO. TENN.. MAR. 81. 1887. do and see R.M. May's 8traw Hat Hon. 8; J. Klrkpatrick of All communications for thto paper throld 1 be accompanied by the name or the author; not necemartly tot pnblloatioB, bote aa 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 namee and dutca to nave the lellera and flgnre plain and dli Unct. Proper names are often difficult to de cipher, because of the oareleu mauner In which tbey are written. Any person who take the paper regularly from the poetoflice, whether directed to bla name or whether he la a subscriber or not, la responsible for the pay. The court have decided that refuting to take newspaper and periodicals from the postoffiee.or removing and leaving them un called for, la "prima fa-la" evideuoe of iic- TENTIONAL FRAUD. Marriage and death nollcei, not exceeding ten lines, Inserted free of charge. Obituaries, over ten llnee, will be ch...

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