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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 31 March 1887

HERALD AND TRIRDNE. PUBLISHED BVBBT THURSDAY T !M HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO . At $1 a Year, in Advance. H. W. DUSINBERRE. EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., MAR. 81, 1887. Thb President has appointed MaJ. D. A. carpenter pension agent at n.uuviiic, vice Ma. J. IT. Wagner, whom the Bon ate failed to confirm.- Brotber 8am Jones declares that no man with more than half a million of dollars can feel the true spirit of Chlstl anity. Yet poor human nature is so constructed that warnings like this will never make poverty popular. AN exchange says that the ladles in some Pennsylvania towns have organized a boycott which Involves non-association with young men who get drunk. The girls have introduced what no man had wit enough lo dovlse a boycott that is both expedient and lawful.. : There is a good deal of hard feeling between Secretary Bayard and Attorney General Garland- Bayard speaking of tho latter as "an Arkansas lawyer,'" while the Attorney General snceringly nlludes to the Secretary as "a Delawar...

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. — 31 March 1887

A FATAL MISTAKE Tmt Cleveland (Otio) Press of February. 23d, 1883, pub lished an account of a fatal surgical operation which caused a great commotion among med ical men throughout the whole country, Dr. Thayer, the most eminent surgeon in Cleveland, pronouncing it scandalous. It appears that a Mrs. King had been suffering for many years from some disease of the stom ach, which had resisted the treatment of all the physicians in attendance. The disease commenced with a slight de rangement of the digestion, with a poor appetite, followed by a peculiar indescribable dis tress in the stomach, a feeling that has been described as a faint "all gone" sensation, a sticky slime collecting about the teeth, causing a disagree able taste. This sensation was not removed by food, but, on the contrary, it was increased. After a while the hands and feet became cold and sticky a cold perspiration. There was a constant tired and lan guid feelinc. Thenfollowed a dreadful nervousness, with gloomy foi (...

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 April 1887

... ..... . ... V ----- .- . . .v-.'.-. . r ,-;.,: F i ill 1 II (Pi. . 7 V K I 1 WL. XVII, NO. 51. JONESBORO; TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1887;. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. - . - . ill IN ; l837 ' ; . . HARPER'S MAGAZINE. - IliutttraM. , Hnrper'i Msgtwl ne durl ng m vl 11 conUlu A nuvl or lDtensa political, social, and ro mantic Intercut, entitled "Narka" atonr of Kunslan lire by Kathleen O'Menru; a puw novel, entitled "April Uope. bj W. How. ellK ''goutbern Sketch by Charles Dua ley Warner and Hebeccaaardlnt 1' K II lustraied by Wra. Hamilton GUon; "Great America i) iDdimtrtm" continued; -aoolal Btiullea," by Dr. H. T. Ely; further article! on the Railway Problem by competent wr. ters; new aeries or Hluslratlons by E. A. Ab bey and Alfred Pnrxonii; articles by . P. Hoe; and other attractions. . : HARPER'S PERIODICALS. " PKH YKARI : , ) I ITarper't Magazine, Harper' t Weekly,- Harper" t Ruar, . , Ifarper'i Young People, ' 1 . ITarper't Franklin Square Librarti. 4 00 400 400 300 One Year...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 April 1887

BOYS' JtND CHILDREN'S 'J s CLOTHING. Boy's Suits I can sell you from $2.50 to $12.50. - In Children's, from . $1.50 to $8. And if the Ladies will only come with the boys, all will be pleased and suited. A. T. DOSSER, - STRAI7 :: HATS. - Tl ,,, .,, .nj,,--'- 4n. -utl , 3HAVE YOU SEEN ' TIIEMP NECKWEAR. Jeweliy end Watches; HAVE YOtJ ' BEEN ? j Yon Cim Buy Overslilrts BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS ALL I HAVE TO SAY Have jou Seen the Latest ? And the Latest Patterns in Watch Chains, SleeYfl Buttons, Scarf Pins, : Finger Rings, And the numerons little articles that do so much toward making a man look neat and nobby. 31 y To eee A.-Ti Dosseb ?" IIe can - ' ., foH: ! ;,; ' . About Shoes . Is, that I sell -' ' ' ; ZIEGLER'S FINE SHOES and the celebrated If not, come, and come quickly. I have just received the sell you a suit cheaper than ' - oUe, (0 1.00, - And they are the best. Oh, they are pretty ! Prices from From 25c to $1.50 i For Men, Boys and Children. You Mant to see them and you are bound to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 April 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PCBLISnED BVKRY TITOBSDAY kT TUB HERA.LD AND TRIBUNE CO At $1 Year, in Adtant. IL W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR JONESBORO. TENN.. APRIL 7. 1887. Tng brilliant Ella Wheeler Wilcox do clares that she like the .bustle in large city... She can scarcely be blamed for her liking, but at tills time of year, when the season for setting bens has arrived, the proper place for the bustle Is nn the farm. The Assessment Act just passed by the Legislature will be as popular In two yean, as the famous dog law, passed some years ago, which resulted in the death not only of thousands of dogs; but also in the political death of many statesmen of that day. Representative McC. Wagneb was in town Monday in attendance upon the Quarterly Court. Mr. Wagner has made an honest nnd worthy representative of the people of Washington county. lie was not as loud-mouthed and did not make as much noise as some of the mem bers of the legislature from other coun ties, but when It became his duty to make h...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 April 1887

VJHAT 61 LS 1 H E rtrt f I Ort 7 The Irerage length of Life Be creasing Sot Pestilence Kot Famine-All our own Fault. r Modern Cooking and Mod ikn Living have brought it on. It cornea upon us nna wares. " The patients have pains about the chest and sides, and sometimes in tlie DacK. They feel dull and sleepy; the mouth has a bad taste, especi ally in the morning. A sort of sticky slime tollects about the teeth. The appetite is poor. There is a feeling like a heavy load on the stomach ; sometimes a faint, all-gone sensation at the pit of the 6tomach which food does not satisfy. The eyes are sunken, the hands and feet become cold and feel clammy. After a while a cough sets in, at first dry, but after a few months it is at tended with a greenish colored expectoration. The patient feels tired all the while, and sleep docs not seem to afford any rest After a tune he be comes nervous, irritable and gloomy, and has evil forebod ings. Th:rc is a giddiness, a sort of whirling sensation in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 April 1887

. . - r , -'"V . ' - -- - - . - " , V . t , . ; : -. - " ; - U:4Ll-; ' 1S. .r,TVvt, ' ; . - V--" ' ..,..:.',.'. . . ' --K'NLv'' 1 ' ':-r- ' . ":'.::;' f,r'.Lv.wm 7L ill! - .... ... ..... - " . ., : I .. . . . ;-, i TV-itJ f -5. : ..r.:.--....;..' ,.-T ! ' . ! . .'.V .-'; ' ' t - ' . - . r ' ',.v ft- f . -. , " - .'Is-,"' . . .... ) .;: i '. '(: . t . VOL. XVII, NO. 52. - i .1 : J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY; APRIL 14, 1887. ;:;$1.A YEAR, IX ADVANCE. ' . "1887. HARPER'S MAGAZINE. ' IUuttrated. Harpert Magaxlne during 1887 will contain a novel of lnteuae polillcHl, tocial, anu ro maiulo Interest, entitled "Narka" atiory of Huwian lite by Kathleen O'Menra; a new novel, entitled "April Hopes, by W. D. How ells: SoiUhern Sketch byCbanei Dud ley Warner and Rebecca Hurtling Paii, !! liiatratttl ljy Wm.HdmiltouXIOson; "Great American Industries" continued; "Boclal Studies," by Dr. K. T- Ely; further articles on the Railway Problem by competent wri ters; new series or Illustrations by E. A....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 April 1887

3 CLOTffiM JJ 4 HAVE YOU BEEN ? - To gee . A. T. Dosseb n. . sea you a Bun cheaper than ' . ." any other man in tho county. Men's Saits from $3 to AT A. J. DOSSER'S. HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO, TENS., APRIL 14, 1887 AH eommnnlcatlona for thl .paper should beaouompan ed by the name ofthe author not necewarlly tor publication, but ai an evil dence of good faith on the part of the writer Write only on one aide of the paper. Be "dm tloulnrly careful In giving nameV and dates to have the letter, and figure, plain And dli tlnct. Proper name, are often difficult to de- cleKr,..becau, of. 11,8 carelc. manner In Which they are written. uut iU Any person who take, the paper rem iruiu inffMiuimna wha u. ji.j' , . ., . ,, ... ui wwu in nm tlfimA fir Whafliar Via la a ...I n..Tl . 15 - ' w suusunuer or not. i. responsible for the pay. " The courta have decided that refusing to take newspaper, and periodical, from the pcwtoillce.or removing and leaving them un called for, 1. "prima faola" evid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 April 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PVBLUHID ITUT THURSDAY fcT H HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO x At $1 a Tear, In Advance. H. W. DCSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TON.. APRIL K 1887. Prohibition was defeated in Michigan last week, hy about 5,000 majority. Tuber thousand miles of salt water between Daniel Manning and the Admin istration which he created are well cal culated to make him thankful that he is a private citizen. In the Illinois House ef Representa tives a bill for the submission of a pro hibitory amendment to the constitution at the next general election, was defeated by 78 nays to 63 yeas. John 8. Wish, of Virginia, is very hopeful of the political future of the Old Dominion. He declares that the Bour bons are doomed, and that in 188S the Suite will give the Republican presiden tial ticket at least 25,000 majority. Speaker Carlisle has bad several conferences In New York with Free irade friends. It has leaked out from these conferences that it is the intention of that wing of the Democratic party ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 April 1887

- a--1 -i - .1 3 WH&TKILLSRMERIC&KS. FulLlin-i:rfii!Ealin-HiT Brink tat Poor S .'!-. Social Jesdaaar ruui .. .!.:.; TiaiurMioM Thu Kaea for Sloacj. Tho alarming diseaseof this country is nervous debility and prostration. It goes under many names but it is essen tially . tho same complaint Hospitals and private institu tions for nervous patients are crowded. The average of life in the United States is de creasing every year. Sudden deaths from nervous collapse iunong our business, profess ional and public men are so f requent no scarcely to excite remark. Tho majority of sui cides, com mil ted without ap parent ro::Kon. or under so-called "depression of spirits," are really pvujuod by -nervous prostration, which is a fruitful source of tv. sanity and crime with all i.h.-ir grief and horror. These "sets are startling. They tht.:un the very life of : ... 'i i. x.. vVritv. T:i. Thev assail the power and pros wreck manhood's '.rengvh rrd woiuaais uscf ul tess aad U.uitv. Every sl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 April 1887

1 . 1 - .-11 . . . - - r 11 1 , ' 1 . r VOL. XVIII, NO. 1. : ", , - ; V ;-:;Vp.rJr:JONESBOROTENNESSEE.tHURSDAY, APRIL 21. 1887. v ' , JTavpiap ij Aiwivr 7 I' It I I li n THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER , Fpr 1887. ; Daily and "Weekly. THE NEWSIEST, MOST FEARLESS MOST POPULAR, ABLEST EDITED NEWSPAPER IN AMERICA: ' ' i"-. y-f' r- $'-,. - t- . . ,t '" ' : ' f . s ;; . , For inside information of schemes, pub lie, corporate, private or ctber kind, you will be obliged to read The Enquirer, .. As topolitical and social intelligence. TRUTH AND FACTS, one is sadly lg. . norant who lails to consult that greatest " of all' newspapers,, . . , t T1IE 1 EHQUIRER For a live newspaper that allows noth . lng to escape its knowledge; suppresses nothing of importance for a oribe or ob 'ligation; applies no sugar-coated excuse 1 J.. 11 j 1 i 1 . , 1 . iui imi uucus or-iucir aumors; cans mis- akes by their proper names, none ; i EQUAL THE ' ENQUIRER. -Comprised in its columns are complete Market Reports. Teleg...

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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. — 21 April 1887

; HERALD AND, TRIBUNE J ONESBORO. TENN., APRIL 21, 1897 Tea sets at J. W. Hose'. Jas, M. Grisham, of Clara, It improv -, Joseph R. Anderson, of Bristol, waa on our streets Tuesday. . . p; Dr. F. H. Eannum, of Lynomite baa ' been in town this week. J. C. Lane of Midway. Is among the visitors to town this week. "Czar's" communication came too . late for Insertion this week. 0. W. Smith, of Telford la In town . mixing among his many friends. Mrs. J. A. Febuary accompanied her husband to Nashville Tuesday, .'. . Mrs. Maggie Atkinson Is visiting her ; daughter, Mrs. Roxie Grisham. ' Major F. W. Earnest is spending a few days In Enoxvllle on business. - LI Captain Sevier, of the Washington House, we regret to state, is quite 111. v David Carter, of Bristol, known to many of our readers, is reported quite 111. We are pleased to note that A. B. Cumnilngs Is able to be out on the street . again. i 1 M. H. Doolcy, Esq.; of Knoxville was In town this week looking after the Inter ' ests of the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 April 1887

V HEKALD AND TRIBUNE. PtTSLUHSO ITBKT THURSDAY T TH HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO ilt $1 a Tear, i Advance. H. W. DU8INBEKRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO, TENN. , APRIL 21. 1887. The Empire News Company Doe a Tea Thousand Dollar Job Throogh tl-e Mailt la Few Weak with N : Visible Stock la Trad. , Col. Moebjson Is opposed to admitting newspaper men to the meetings of the Commission , of Interstate ' Commerce. This seems to be carrying the anti-pass 'business a little too far. Pennbylvasia,- .having the greatest railroad system in the world, has no representative on the Interstate Com merce Commission. But Pennsylvania Is hopelessly Republican, you know. Okk of the many circulars Issued by the "Wine, Beer and Liquor Sellers Pro tective tTnion of New York" says: We have one friend left, and this is Govcr nor D. B. Hill, of our State. We must show that if he is our friend we will car ry the banner with him next eleclton." Skcuetabt Endicott's latest quarrel is with the Second Comptroller of the Treasury, ...

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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. — 21 April 1887

v POISOil II) THE ASIiE3 Flat the Mt. Lebanon Shakers Found Incident in the His- ' tory of a Quiet Community. '.. ' i ' -' ,: 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 prohity in business, The Shakers believe that na ture has a remedy 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 as 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 Shnkers to prove that the basis of this terrible and often fatal compli cation lies chiefly in the disord ered and depraved functions of digestion mid nutrition. They reasoned thus:...

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 April 1887

i: V 4 - I '77 bune. "Sjw i. ri VOL. XVIII, NO. 2. THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER For 1887. Daily and Weekly. THE NEWSIEST, MOST FEA RLESS MOST POPULAR, ABLEST EDITED NEWSPAPER : IN AMERICA. ' For Inside Information of schemes, pub lic, corporate, private or ether kind, you will bo obliged to read The Enquirer. . As to political and social intelligence. TRUTII AND FACTS, ono is sadly Ig norant who fails to consult that greatest ui mi newspapers, . THE i ENQUIRER For a live newspaper that allows noth . ing to escape its knowledge; suppresses nothing of importance for a rlbo or ob ligation; applies no Biigar-coatcd excuse foruvil deeds or their authors; calls mis nkes by their proper names, nono EQUAL THE ENQUIRER, Comprised in its columns are complete Market Kcports. Telegraphic News from all over the world, Excellent Feature Ar ticles, Miscellaneous Food for Intelligent Brains, Moral Instruction, Terse Critii cisms nnd Sparkling Wit. The policy of the Enquirer n to serve tlic wholo country...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 April 1887

HERALD "AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO, TENN.. APRIL 88. 1887 J. J. Hun la tn Knoxvllle. " Mrs. S. B. Cunningham is quite ill. Robt. Dosser has been on the sick list for the past week. . " Just received, another lot of old Brandy from N. C. B. F. O'Brien. Dr. J. A. Pelrce has gone on a busi. ncss trip to North Carolina. Russell R, Johnson is up from Knox vllle for a short visit to relatives. Mrs. L. . Oosnell has returned from her visit to relatives in Arkansas. Nath. Peoples says he enjoyed Sun day exceedingly. Be spent the day at Greeneville. , Matt. Fink officiated as book-keeper at the bank during the absence of cashier Mathes last week. The Sunday schools of Jonesboor will have a picnic in Reeves' Grove Thursday, May 26. Mrs. Jennie, widow of the late Judge Robert McFarland, died at Morrlstown last Friday night. Mrs Cbas Palton, of Elk Park, N C, is visiting the family of her husband's father, R D Pattoi. Professors Collo and Clemens, of Tusculum College, made our town a short visit la...

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 April 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. rCBLMHKD XVEBT TBVB8DAT BT TUB . HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At (1 a Tear, in Advance. II. W. DUSINBERRE, - EDITOR. JON E8BORO. TEXN. . AIRIL 28, 1887. Thk Interstate Commerce act will not interfere In any way with the travels of the campaign He. Turks hundred Mormons are en route to this country fromEnglnnd and our sea coast defenses will not be strong enough to keep them out. Tns great difficulty with the Adralnls tratlon at Washington Is that It doesn't know Its own azimuth, even If It has Eubofe is to be at peace for another year, as the attitude of the German Gov ernment indicates that It has no intention to pick a quarrel. There is a new batch of stories about serious differences between the President and his Secretary of War. It must seem strange to the Secretary that Mr. Cleve aud doesn't resign. Tns Railroad Commissioners of the state of New York have ordered a care f ul inspection of every railroad bridge in the state. This should be done in every stale in th...

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 April 1887

; A FATAL MISTAKE ; Thb Cleveland (Ohio) Press, of February 23d, 188t, pub lished an account of a fatal surgical operation which caused a great commotion among med- ical men throughout the whole country, Dr. Thayer, the most eminent surgeon in Cleveland, pronouncing it scandalous. It appears that a Mrs. King had been suffering for many years from some disease of the stom ach, which had resisted the treatment of all the physicians in attendance. The disease commenced with a slight de rangement of the digestion, with a poor appetite, followed by a peculiar indescribable dis tress in the stomach, a feeling that has been described as a faint "all gone" sensation, a sticky slime collecting about the teeth, causing a disagree able taste. This sensation was not removed by food, but, on the contrary, it was increased. After a while the hands and feet became cold and sticky a cold perspiration. There was a constant tired and lan guid feeling. Then followed a dreadful nervousness, with gloomy...

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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. — 5 May 1887

I 1 I 1 ' '" T ' ' ' J 1 . . ,. ' ,. . - . . - s I . . : .ir-.:... ... : V ' '.....i.;ij2-!r0-- .' V .(, li- .. . f vol.,xyiiuno.3: ; JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY; MAY 5, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. 117 0 J ' THE CINCINNATI - ENQUIRES Tor 1887. Daily and "Weekly. THE NEWSIEST. MOST FEARLESS IMOST POPULAR, ABLEST y EDITED NEWSPAPER IN AMUilCA. " For Inside Information of schemes, pub lic, corporate, private or ether kind, you will becbliged to read Th Enquirer. As to Dolltical and social intelligence". TRCTII AND FACTS, one is sadly ig norant who falls to consult that greatest of all newspapers, ' Tiir i 'enquirer;! ".For a live newspaper that allows noth ing to escape its knowledge; suppresses nothing of importance for a 'iribo or ob ligation; applies no sugar-coated excuse for evil deeds or their authors; colls mis akes by their proper names, none . . EQUAL THE ; ENQUIRER. Comprised in its columns aro compluto Market Reports. Telegraphic News from all over the world, Excellent Fe...

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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 May 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. MAY 5., 1887. All eotnmnuleatlon for tbla paper should be aooompanled by the nnu of the author ) not aecemrlly r publlcatloa, bat aan evi dence of tjood faith on the part of the writer. Write only on ooeelUe of the paper. Be par tltolarly careful In (Wing name nd datea to bare the lettera and ngurei plain and die llnct. Proper names are often difficult to de cipher, because of the eareleas manner la which they are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from the poatofllee, whether directed to his name or whether he Is a subscriber or not, la reanonsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refining to take newspapers and periodicals from the potomee,or removing and leaving them un called for, 1 'prima facia" evidenoe of m- TSKTIOHAL FRAUD. - Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten lines. Inserted free of e barge. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be chanted at half readlug matter rates. Robert N. Dosser la oiit ftgnin. . . Q...

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