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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 June 1887

HERALD AD TRIBUNE. VBUtMB t(tl VNCUbAV feV T HERALD ANDTR1DUNB CO At $1 Tntr, in Adate, II. W. tH'HtHUKItttK, aiMTOIt JONKMIOIU), TKNN., Jl'NK , lSt, Tun following prKrh) from l'twr ot on ot our fotmpondcnt ron, lain ft tUlemrnt Which W thin de mand from nt, a edtlot of ft Repub lon jwpet. t eohiradldlon, to tar a the truth bt th laimt ft. Th cor- Jtev. McAm't delivered ft rNvh on VWvh((W. at rioWh. TH Saturday MkM. low were JMM white other r km peV The wrt( elMHK4rrti. We fiiro of Ms mxwoh WM ft iwM chare that Tamt O. wllro fin weeiv tmnket. fckoctly W tonneotlo. Jamet & Main -ran liav with rohlbft'o. t VhiiwiN at watMeto eoo. Wliy the Nov, Me A ml ahonld Mnjr htm rifor ib fwbllc at h drohUrd, and how Mm wp m ft '"WrttiW evampia," do wot nr- pear. A -rvttaln v-1 of toop to thi wwntty, Uw tot year bee, slandering thl ttprlhl and patriot! v-ftiron, trot wrybody e th antmna. ot 0 niioAt ot 1V olrttod lmHuh, Vol to ft mlntotot ot the xtapcl, ho ro il COfif;r.(tk 0 JortdV to "Lev 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. — 9 June 1887

UHATKiUMJERICAKS. rut LlTta-Uklr Eadag-HaH Matu Pear iilM-la 8clal Jwliw ' rMtluU AwiiiiliiK TMsatFaaalaM T1m kui for Umr. The alarming disease of this country is nervous debility and prostration. It goes under many names but it is essen tially the same complaint Hospitals and private institu tions for nervous patients ai"e crowded. The average of life in the United States ia de creasing every year. Sudden deaths from nervous collapse among our business, profess ional and publie men are so frequent as scarcely to excite remark. The majority of sui cides, committed without ap parent reason, or under so-called "depression of spirits," are really prompted by nervous prostration, which is a fruitful source of infinity and crime with all tlutir grief and horror. These facts are startling. They threaten the very life of the nation. They assail the springs of its power and pros perity. They wreck manhood's strength and woman's useful ness und beauty. Every o?io should know the causes. "Wha...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 June 1887

Qfrl..v'.--l-. -D:-5v.4a.: . ,,,, ,. . . . fv. , ,A r; '-if : , i VOLTXYIII, N0.9. S ONESBORO,1 TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 16. 1887. $1 A. YEAR IN ADVANCE. - V ' I -' "i - .'it.r-. ... .. . ! r: -tu-ft. "Yl i "' r .-vi -' ; ' -' ; . " ,, in':. rv."';'''? . i. ... ,......-.., TUB 1 'a -TTTfcV Best Coimtry rctusnio IKIEAST TtRXESSEE, OMLT ' . We invite the attention of the people of the First Congressional District, and especially of Washington County, to the nuw. ckarfactid type, and (fives each week, besides the County Mews, the lead ing Events of the Week in our State and Nution, Choico Bfincellnny, n column for Farmers, hints for Housekeepers, Funny Btoncs, anecdotes, and a good selection of Scientific and other Useful Items, etc. Compare it with any other country . weekly in Ensi Tennessee and you will find that it gives more reading matter for the money than any other weekly paper in tins section. . . , That lis reading matter comprises the 1 1 I I ...... ........ ...nil mica mit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 June 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE.; JONESBORO. TENN.; JUNE 16, 1887 All eommnnloatlons ftf this baser shonld be accompanied by the name or the author; not neoenaarit for pnbllcatloB, bat as an evi deood of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one aide of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In giving nam a and dates to have the letter! and figures plain and dU tlnct, Proper Dames are often difficult to de cipher, became of the eareleas manner In which tliey are written. . . . Any person who take the paper regularly from the poetoffioe, whether directed to hi name or whether he la a subscriber or not, la renuonelble for the pay. TheeonrU bare decided that refining to take news pn pert and perlodlcala from the ptietomca, or removing ana leaving tnem un called for, Is "prima facia" evidence of ix- TEHTIOWAI. rRADD. Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten lines, inserted free of charge. Obltuarle. over ten lines, will be charged at half reading matter rates. Mrs. Q. W Telford, of B...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 June 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED BVBBT THUKSDAT T TBI HERALD ANDTRIBUNE CO Ata Tear, in Adtanetx U. W. DU8INBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO, TENN., JUNE 1. 1887. William E. Chandler It to be the next senator from New Hampshire, and a good one he will make. Ooffex began to rise ten months ago on the fact of a short crop ; for the last three or four months It has been climbing In price on the theories of speculators. Friday last it began to drop. , The Johnson City Enterprise now ap pears In a new and -improved form, bar ing been changed from a four column quarto to a six column folio. We are pleased .to note its prosperity and it ha our best wishes for a continuance of the same. , Now that Colonel Dan Lamont has re turned to Washingtori, publlo Interest Is centered in his official report of the fish ing trip. The decument is to be profuse ly illustrated, and will Include a diagram of the patch of sunburn which MrClcve land caught the first day. . If Henry George's land theory Is cor rect, then...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 June 1887

I - POISOIl HlTllEflSHES What ' the ULU lehanon Shaken j Found Indent In the His tory of a Quiet Community. The Mount Lebanon (Sew 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 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 nervoua system. These two were formerly treated as sepa rate ailments, and it was feft for the clear-sighted Shakers to prove that the basis of this terrible and often fatal compli cation lies chiefly in the disord ered and depraved functions of digestion and nutrition. They reasoned tlms: "If w...

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. — 23 June 1887

.. ; -- J ..(.... -r ..-t.'. f Y ".",- 0 Ul 'J ' .' . - . .-. , .-, ! '.. ; ,.. !. ' . V 'I -..I , - . . V- "so T r ...,:,;,".-iw' .-? " Heralol '. 1 - " I, , J..: I...'-'-" i ... i ; - '- ' v- ' I : . I THE ' " ATorfoUc and Western Railroad I CHARACTER IN WRITING. J CLEVERLY WORKED. -,' '. " THE ,, '; Best Comitry WeMf Papr i ;i,'.!".ii. PUBLianiD IN EAST TENNESSEE, ONLT A. YEAR. L . . We invite tho attention ?of Uie people . o( the First Congressional District, and CBpeciftlly of Washington County, to the Herald asdTkibdnk. It la printed from new. cleaMaccd type, and gives each . week, besides the County News, the lead' ins Events of the Week in our State nd Nation, Choice Miscellany, a column for Furmers, hints for Housekeepers, Funny Stories, a.necdotes, and good selection of Scientific and other Useful Item, etc. Compare It with any other country weekly in East Tennessee and you will find that it elves mora reading matter for the money than any other weekly paper in this sectio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 June 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENK. JUNE 23. 1887 All communication for tills paper shenld beueuocipanted by the name or the author; not necessarily for publication, but as an evi dence of good fallh on the pert of the writer. Write only on oo tide of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In giving names and dates to have the letters and figures plalu and dis tinct. Proper names areoften dltilcnlt to de cipher, because of the careless manner In which they are written. Auy person who takes the paper reenlarly from the postofflce, whether directed: to his name or whether ne is a suosorioer or not, is rexuonalble tor the oav. . The courts have decided that refusing- to lake newspapers and periodicals from the postofBoe,or removing and leaving them un ealltut (nr. Is "nrlnia faola" evidence of 1K- TSMTtOH AL m AVD. Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten lines, Inserted free of charen. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be Charged at half reading matter rales. Go to Russell's for Bar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 June 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. rmisniD svckt tiiuimdat bt the HERALD ANDTRIBUNECO Ala Tear, in Adtance. H. W. DtJSINBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN., JUNE 23. 1887. IIankibal Hamlin the only living Vice Presldcu, chosen by the people, will be 78 yours of. age in August, and he was elected Vice-President twenty-seren years ago. Thx election of ex-Secretary Chandler, of New Hampshire, to the United States Senate U gratifying to the Republicans throughout the country. It is a well merited vindication of a man who has been very much lied about. ; The ruined wheat gamblers are count lug up their losses, and the amount is large enough to stand out . for a long while as a waralng against the folly of trying to maintain fictitious values in the necessaries of life. In such deals the gamblers' loss is the people's gain.' Tub proposition to run a Labor ticket for the Presidential campaign of Henry George and Terence V. Powderly, besides committing a paradox of joining an ultra free trader and strong prot...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 June 1887

IMSljilOE A FATAL MISTAKE' . Ths Cleveland (Ohio) Press, of February 23d, 1883, pub. lished an account of a fatal surgical operation which caused a great commotion among mcd . 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. Thenfollowed a dreadful nervousness,...

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. — 30 June 1887

' . JiX y'l'AK ... :. ,-. : . ' ' ..... , . T ; " IriDiiiie. ... . :'. . ';"-... i ... . " . : .!;,:' i'.-S . '.. t :' I :' f . i I 4' t , . 4 CM vol. xviii, no: 11.. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. i3 UL THE THE Best Gonatry WbbWy Paw PUBUSnSD IN EAST TENNESSEE, ONLY -Sl.OO A. YEAR. We invite the attention of the people of lie First Congressional District, and especially of Washington County, to tbe Hrralo ANnl'MBCNg. It is printed from new. clear.foced type, and gives each week, besides the County News, the lead- ine Events of the Week in our State and Nation, Clioico Miscellany, a column for Farmers, uluts lor lioiuekeepcrs, runny Stories, Anecdote!, and a good selection of Scientillo and ottier Useful Items, etc. Compare it with any other country weekly in East Tennessee and von will find that it gives more reading matter for the money than any other weekly paper in this section. . , . That its reading matter comprises the latest and most imp...

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. — 30 June 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. J0NE8B0B0. TENN.. JUNE 30, 1887 For ShlrU, go to Russells'. Frank Meek returned to Knoxville Sunday. :.:'.' Mens' Straw Hats at eott at Russells'. Secretary of Stata Allison is home for a few days. : oiwirjf and a Bin Lot of Notions at Russells'. . Mies Mamie Dillworth is visiting In Morrlstown and Greenevlllo. BeautlfnlErabroldered Robes," at Russells'. . Miss Sallie Britton spent a day or two f .1- m ..1 1 fn,- 41.1. .. 1. . Ladies' and Misses' Corsets for 25c at Russells'.. ; Rev. E. E. Hoss, D. D., of Vender bilt University, Nashville, is home on a visit. . The Latest Styles of Ladles' Hats at Russells'. R. R. Emmert, of the Unaktan, made us a pleasant visit Thursday after noon last. A 4-ply Linen Bosom Shirt for 60c at Russells', "Dead" Million, a former Jonesboro boy, and typo, Is np from Knoxville for a snort co. . Go to RUSSELLS' if you want BAR GAINS. Mrs. Judge T. M. Alderson and two 'sons, of Lebanon, Va., are visiting rela tives nt Jonosboro. Ladles' ...

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. — 30 June 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. nnuuip avBBY Thursday t tub HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At $1 a Tear, in Adeanee. U. W. DUSINBERRE, EDITOR. I JONESBORO. TENN., JUNE 80. 1887. SHERMAN'S SPEECHES AT NASHVILLE AND SPRING FIELD. A Talk with Him Touching Them Their Consistency MainUIned-How They Go Toother He Indorses Both. jiANsFiKi.n, ., June 23. There has teen u . :: 1 of 1K mslon of the speeches of Si-natur Slicriuriii at Nashville and S -': . . '!, i ; 1 there has been an lra l , . j..ri mrtke U appear that the two ipeechet do not harmonize that the expressions of personal good will at Nashville are Inconsistent with the severe criticisms at Springfield of political con duct ' Your correspondent sought an inter view with Senator Sherman and asked: , Reporter So much fault is found with the Springfield speech by the opponents of the Republican part; and so many accusations made of inconsistency with the Nashville speech that perhaps you mav sav what vou meant what the foremost purpose was in both case...

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. — 30 June 1887

.I'JHATAlLSTHEIUTIlin? :$hd Aiengd length of Life De creasingNot Pestilence , Sot Famine All oar : - . ? own Fault. Sr-MODERK COOKTKO AND M OD eeh Livcto cave brought it on.'- It cornea upon us una wares. The patients Lave pains about the chest and aides, and sometinaes in the back. They feel dull and sleepy; the mouth has a bad taste, especi ally in the morning. " A sort of sticky slime collects 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 stomach 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 does not seem to afford any rest, After a time he be comes nervous, irritable and gloomy, and has evil forebod ings. There is a giddiness, a sort of whirling sensation in th...

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 July 1887

A A 'J . VOL XVIII, NO. 12. JQNESBORO, TENNESSEE; THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1887; $1 A; YEAR IN ADVANCE. . - V . ; : . 7 -7, ,-7 7. ; ;i- ; 7-7 ' 7 1 - i6Faii: L.::.j 1 ri Dime. ; ; : : : :f ;7 THE 111! - THB V. Best Conatry Mly PUBLISHED IN UST TENNESSEE, ' ONLt ' ' Sl.OO A. YEAR. . ' We invite the attention of the people of the First Congressional District, and especially of Washington County, to the Ukbali) ANDTBincsK. It la printed from new. cleaMaced typo, and glvea each wees, ocsiues tnc uounty noma, tue lead ing Events of tho Week in our 8tate and Nation, Choice Miscellany, a column for Farmers, bints tor Housekeepers, Funny Stories, Anecdotes, and a good selection of Scientillc and other Useful Itms, etc. Compare it "with anr other country weekly in East Tennessee and you will una Hint it gives more reading mutter for .the money" than any other weekly paper In this section. . . : ' ' Thnt its reading matter comprises tho lutcBt and most important news, as well as judicious selection...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 July 1887

HERALD AND .TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 7. 1887 Good at Panic Price at Russclls'. Hod. John Fain, of Blountvllle, u t n town Wednesday, J . -rOne of lhe largest Invoices of Halt ever received In Jonesboro, R. M. Mat. JoeDh II. Martin, of Buffnln TUiUb died tills morning at 3 o'clock. Miss Minnie Allison has returned from a short visit to Nashville. Another Big Lot of CALICO, and only So. per yard, at Russclls'. " Haa xt n . X 1 1 - " W. .11 MIWIMIH UM WJVUVU S MIT office in the Lampson building. Miss Mollis Dohan, of New Orleans, spent Wednesday in Jonesboro. , Have you seen those SHOES for $1 at Russclls' T Just as we go to press we learn of the death of Mr. a A. Bovcll's little child. A pleasant sociable at the residence of W. A. Sparks, Baturday evening lost. You can find anything you want in the Notion Line, and cheap, at Russclls'. Mrs. Clara McLaughlin, of Lynch burg, Va. , is visiting her old homo, Jones boro. .i .' W. R. Keys, of the Mountain City UomanatiK, made us a pl...

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. — 7 July 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. rcBLiaiiiD avisr thuesdat bt thb HERALD AN D TRIBU N E CO At l Tear, in Advance. H. W. DUSDTBERBE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 7. 1887. THE GLOKIOUS FOURTH HOW THE DAY WAS SPENT IN A "i A JONESBORO. . Two Thousand People la Town-Speech of , Boa. J. H. rnuoU oa Prohlbltioa Hi Th Amendment But Ball, Eta. ' Independence Day tu a big day for Jonesboro. Early in the morning people from all parts of the county began to come in and by nine o'clock our streets were well filled with pleasure scoters bent on celebrating" the Fourth. On the arrl val of the west bound morning train ser eral hundred were added to the already large crowd, from Johnson City and other points along the line of railroad. The number of visitors has been variously es timated from 1800 to 2900. The crowd was as quiet and orderly as any ever gathered together on a similar occasion. There was only one arrest during the day a colored man from Johnson City, for public drunkenness. There was no special...

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. — 7 July 1887

OIlTKILlERIKia put JJtHa UcMtm Badsw-Hard Pi lain ht-fN Skwrdna-Saclal Jm1mht PeUsleal Amhlttoa TMmFwlMI ' . TIM RiM br MetMy. ; The alarming disease of this country is nervous debility and prostration. It goea under many names but it .is essen tially the earne complaint Hospitals end private institu tions, for nervous patients are crowded. Tie average of life in the United States is de creasing every year. Sudden deaths from nervous collapse among our business. proiess- ional and public men are so frequent as scarcely .to excite i tm f . ! remarJC'viue majonw 01 sui cides, committed without ap parent reason, or under so-called 'depression ;of spirits," are really prompted by ' nervous ( prostration which is a fruitful source of insanity and crime with all thuir grief and horror.- These facts - are ; startling. They threaten the very life of the nation.; They assail the springs of its power and pros perity. They wreck manhood's Btrcngth and woman's useful ness' and beauty. ... . '" ...

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. — 14 July 1887

d L::3 In buna era! ; JONESBORO; TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. VOL. XVIII, NO. 13. THE inns I ' " PCBtlSHKD IN EAST TENNESSEE, .:. ONLY v' ". t N orfolk and WcKtern Itnilrond TiMK Tabus n Erracr MAR. is, PW. TIME.' : WxSTWAKB. Eaet'n8ndr'd PAILY. DAILY. No. I Xo.8. K. 21. Lv Korfulk, p m 8.oo m "Suffolk 5.15 K." ''' Ar Petersburg 7.4a 10.40 a m LvKtohniond TTTirZ Tin . m (viaRftPRR) tO.Mpm -'TP Lv Petersburg 8.0U p m 10.50 a m AT Lynchburg 12.85 am 8.20 pm Lv Lyueuburg 1.20 a iu 8.50 pm T.0uaiia " Roanoke 8.85 " 5.20 P m 9.10 a m . Ar Central 6.06 am 8.15 " 10."' a n Lv Central " Ar Pocahontas rw I.v Wvthevllle 0.43 am Tlffipm . . Abingdon 8.42 am 11.51 Ar Mrlstol 9 06aml2.15 " tUally except Sunday. A. YEAR. We invite the attention of tke people of the First Congressional District, ana especially of Washington County, to the Herald ahdTbibonb. It is printed from now. clenrfaced tvDe. and elves each week, besides the County Mews, the lead ing Events of the...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 July 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TEJTK.. JULY 14, 1887 statIen. Go to Russells for Ladles' 8hoea. Jonesboro It to be. a signal service --Go to Russells' for Bargains. . J. J. Hunt went to Knox. Monday. T. J. Peoples Is attending court at Knoxville. , : " Trunks and Valises at Russells. ' Huckleberries are going now at $1.80 per bushel, . A new lot of Jewelry at Russells'. Frank Slemons, of Nashville, is visit' home folks in Jonesboro. Goods at Panic Prices at Russells'. Will McPherson from Macon, Ga., Is visiting his parents and friends. Ladles' Collars only 10c at Russells. Chas. S. Mason has gone to Binning ham, Ala., to engage In business. Bargains at Russells' and no mistake. John Davis of Knoxville spent last Sunday with hi family In this place. Mens' suspenders for 10c. at Russells'. Judge Aldcrson, of Lebanon, Vs., spent several days With his family la town.. j irurops ana jareasi nna at ttusseiis . f We are glad to note the fact that Dr. E. Armstrong Is somewhat better this we...

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