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

HERALD AND TRIRME. , PCBLISnXD KVEBT THURSDAY T THB HERALD ANDTR1BUNE CO At $1 a Tear, in Advance. H. W. DCSINBERBE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 14. 1887. Ohio la the land of sensations. She Just now presents to the world the spec tacle of a man aged eighty on trial f Or wife murder, and a boy of twelve charged with the murder of his mother. Ohio seems hound to keep herself in the public eye. Said a mugwump: "I am done with Cleveland. I voted for him in 1881 and expected to do It in 1888. But that is Ira possible now. This order of the flags has ruined him with me. His heart is not In the right place." These expres sions are the prevailing sentiments. Jcst as we expected I Senator Cock-1 rell, of Missouri, has called on the Presi dent to remonstrate against backing down on the flag question. Surrender ing the Confederate flags in his estima tion would be a great feather in the Presi dent's cap and he told him so, and that he had missed a great opportunity. Whhn he was Mayor Cleve...

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. — 14 July 1887

FOISOII ill THE ASHES What the ML Lebanon Shakers Found Incident in the Ills , tory of a Quiet Community. The Mount Lebanon (New York) Shakers are a qtriet com munity, 6ecluded 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 roaearch. , ' ' 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 tli at tne basis of this terrible and often fatal compli cation lies chiefly in the disord ered and depraved functions of digestion and nutrition. They reasoned thus: "If we can in ...

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. — 21 July 1887

' .T ... ..f .Jp. :Jj:y.. i jo x. . V 0 L. X V I II , 0. 14. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE.; flEDMOMT AIR-LINE ROUTE.:.. Richmond and Danville it. R. to. CONPENMtT) SCTIKDUI.lt. In MTeet 3uk 6, 18KT Trains Ituu liy 75th Merldtou Time, i SOUTH BOUNl). No. to. No. 50. No, I N'O. si.Ua. ..-jr.,5J Lv Washington ' A.cxandrla ' Maunsaas " Warr'n Junction "Orango "Charlottesville Ar Lynchburg ' " Frank. Junction 11 Danville . . . "AhIiovIIIo Hut BprirR "Atlanta . " Chattanooga Memphis " Now Orleans "Louisville ' "Olualnuatl a mt a ,u !(..ni n.zi 85 11.45 u ni 1 1.851 51 HUB! 11.48 l In I.IU 8.25 a m ".Of, n m a m 7.10 1.01 2.18 u ni a.ni 6.56 7.00 7.85 (.01 a m 8.3510, 5.4 7.1B 8.1W n ni l.Ju a m 710 ,.U0 p III D Itl P nt l.iai i. (a m 12.15 1.65 3.00 5.15 815 7.4a D m (i.m 7,35 a in 1.10 u m 7.MM (1.001 10.40 n m v.ai Dally. : NU11TH BOUNl). l.v Danville " Frank. Junction . " I.ynchbnrg , " Charlottesville " Orange ''" .'-"'. " Warr'n Junction " Manaa...

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. — 21 July 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 21, 1887 Hot, hoter, hotest 99 la tbe shade. Ob t (or a lodge In ft garden of eaenmbon ; Ob i for an Iceberg or two at control Oh I (or vle whloh at mid-day the dow cumbon j OhI for ft ploaauro trip up to the pole, Oh I (or ft little one-story thermomater, With nothing but aorooa all ranged lu ft row, Oh 1 for ft bin double-barrelled hydrometer, " To measure this moisture that roll front my brow. '-.'" Oht tbat thU eold world wu twenty, timet .. colder, " ' mutt 'a Irony rend hot, It aecmoth to mid Oh I for a torn of IU dreaded eold iboulder ; Ob I w bat a comfort an ague would be. Oh 1 for a chill (hut would be perpetual, Or at least to last till the summer It o'tr; Then the (ever may come at effectual, And last nn til winter Is with us no more. Corsets at 25c. at Russells'. Hot. Nathan Bachmau ii in town. Ladles' Shoet $1 at Russell'. Pearl, oldest child of F. E. Brllton It quite 111. Qo to Russella' for Dry Goods. Will McPherson left for...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 July 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED KTIKT THUMDAT T TQB HERALD ANDTRIBUNECO At $1 a liar, fa Advance. H, W. DU8INBERRE, EDITOR. JONESBORO, TENN., JULY 81. 1887. ' Tei KnlghU of Labor are not to be per mitted, to form organization . without trouble In the late Confederate States. The Democratic organs denounce labor organizations Ylclously and In South Car olina the colored labor clubs have been forcibly suppressed by Confederate car airy companies. It is now considered certain that Sec retary Lamar, Confederate Democrat, of Mississippi, will be appointed a Judge of the Supreme Court of the United States, In place of Justice Woods, deceased. The objective point of the Confederate party is to secure control of the 8upreme Court as soon as possible. Sexatoi SuxjutAS's idea about deal ing with the suppression of votes in the Bouth can not be spoken of as the revival of a war question. It deals with a state of affairs existing in a time of peace. Surely the Congress of the United States may pr...

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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 July 1887

I s 4- A FATAL MISTAKE - Thb Cleveland (OHo) Press, of February 23d, 1883, pub listed on 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, 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. — 28 July 1887

r. .. . : . ' iiGi rV''r VOL. XVIII, NO. 15. JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. ... .... TYir v ,., , ; - 4I ,, ....... ; :.y ..... . .aerald TVa ti nr -it n "no. w ":l INT AIR-LINE ROUTE. Richmond and Danville It. It. Co. CONDBNBKD SCHEDULE. -In Effect Juke n, 1(W7 Tmlru llun by TStli ' Meridian Time. ,. - - No. No, No. SOUTH BOCNIV 62. d m i in l.no Lv Washington H.SUl S65 1UH " Aiexanurhv " Manassas- -!( J' " Warr'n Junction Orange .. "Charlottesville. Ar I.yuchlmn? " Krantc. Junction "Dauvlllo . Ashovllle ' ' ' ', Hot Hiirlnga "Atlanta "Chattanooga"- 11.45 5.56 T.W 7.85 IU6 ri m 1.86 la m 9.81 12.16 lill 12.42 11.48 2.18 S.S5 D.U1 16 8.00 5.15 U.4& T.46 u tn a ni l.iui MS 7.211 8.S0 p in 7.35 p ni n m 10.40 a m tt.Ofil I d m a m "Memphis " " New Orleans 'Louisville "Cincinnati " y.is a m a m p m 7.20 7.1U 7-10 u m 0.00 1 Bally. No. No, 53. No. 59. No. ;55. -NORTH BOUND, 51. a m i 111 Lv Danvlllo " Frank. Junction' " Iijrnchbnrg "Charlottesvi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 July 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 28. 1887. All communications for this narjershonlit b woompan ed by the name ofthTsIS? not necessarily for pu blloatioa, bnt L anri.' dnnAA of irnrtri faith i V . . . ma OV1- Writ, onfy side Be tlnck Proper ntmei are often difficult to del eluher. becaose of ih , . i .Q. which they ere written. """" "UM"W ,n Any person who takes the neper regalarlv from the Dostnm rhon,. VTir;..":1 Ef"" m, whJtneJ h to whMrtberoi not. U responsible for the pay. The court have decided that refusing to ififSfw,p,Jor" ,nd rriodleals from the Dostoffice. or nmm in ni uA1-i " ' called for, la "prima facta" evlCenoe of m Tentiomal fraud. " ln Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ten llnea, Inserted free of eharge, v""u,u Obituaries, over ten lines, will be ehorged at half reading matter rate. Big Bargain! at Russells. R. Lampson has returned from Knoxvllle. Look oat for May's Big Bargain isavs. - A. T. Earnest for a snort visit. has gone to Fullena Go to Cra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 July 1887

I HERALD AND TRIBUNE. rVBLianiD BVBKT THCBSDAV ST IHB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At fl a Tear, in Advance. U. W. Dl'HINBKKIlE, KDITOK. JONESBORO. TENN., JULY 28, 1887. Trti Democrat aro now trying to provo that Ilarvey, the forget and Dead Ilorsc claims puihor, li a Republican. It will not work. Republican! hovo not been appointed to oluco under this administra tion, and Harvey U a Clovcland appoint ment. " Mormob mlMlonarici aro preaching In South Carolina that people not married by the Mormon rltei are not married at all, and that no unmarried woman can to to heaven, thli doctrine would be apt o create a panic among the old maid of .'fossachusclts. . Mr. Endlcott, Secretary of War. has withdrawn hla arbitrary older forbidding tlio use by the representatives of the press of the rebellion records. Newspaper mon depend largely on these record for data In writing history and this ruling was intended to punish them for discussing the flag question. Mr. Endlcott found, however, that In Issui...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 July 1887

OATAILSTIIEMTlOa? mmsmmmsmmmswmsm .The Arenge Length of Lift De creasingNot Festilencfr Hot Famine All oar own Fault. IIoDERH CoOKErO AI7D MoD- xss Lrvmo Bave brought it on. It comes upon na una wares. The patients have pains about the chest and sides, and sometimes 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 f ain all-gone sensation at the pit of the stomach which food docs 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 the he...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 4 August 1887

. . ' ' , .., . r..jji.. .V.. v-..v i ..i-,.rr: ; i a "si! 4 VOL XVIII. KO. 10. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, JHpSDAY. AUGUST 4, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. '::" -PIEDMONT .AIR-LIRE R30TE. Richmond and Danville 14. 11. Co. COKDKNBEO BCHEDUI.K. I In Effoct June 5, JHS7 Train Run. by 75ih r ... , . Meridian Time. tlNo. No. iNo. no: si SOUTH BOUND. 64. f m i.oo 11JS bT-mwhtiij:ton S.U 6.80 . H A.oiuuidrla - 86 11.45) fc66 . " HMWri f M , 1 Ml IMS 7.00 " Warr'n Junction 10.23 1.01 7.35 'orMi(( V;-. ' 't. u. kw .m 1 1 ' ' " pm n in Charlottesville i 1.10 S.S5lfc Ar Lynchburg Via 5.4 i.00 ." Frank. Junction, ...... 7.23 '," Danvllla . '. . h.so - . . . - t ' ? ' ABhevtlle " " ' L "HotBpring. , ., ; - . , p m p m "Atlanta L2u a m pm Chattanooga t.Uu 5.15 ' ' ' 1 p m am "Memphis " ' ' ' d.15 8.10 tiuam , "New Orleans . . i - 7.10 J-lOpm , " LouUvllle 7.10 'Cincinnati ; ' ',; ' y 8.00 a m 12. IS 1Z4K 1.5S 8.00 5.15 fl.45 7.46 P m 10.40 pm 7.20 Dully. No. No, 68. No. 69. No, 55. NORTH BOUND. 61. Lv D...

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. — 4 August 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO., TENN.. AUG. 4. 1887 All eommnnleatlona for thla paper should be accompanied by the nam of the author; not necessarily tor publication, batae an evi dence of ood faith on the part of the writer. W rite only en one aids of the paper. Be par tlcularlv narufnl In ul vl tit ntinM ami Hut to have the letters and flgurus plain and dis tinct Proper uamea are often difficult to de cipher, because of the eoreleae manner In which they are written. Any person who take the paper regularly from the postoUloe, whether directed to hie name or whether he la a subscriber or not, la responsible for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newapapera and perlodleala from the postoftlce, or removing and leaving them on called for, la "prima facia" vWenoa of I- TKMTIOHAL rEAOD. Marriage and death notices, not exoeedlng ten llnea, inserted free or charge. Obituaries, over ten linen,, will be eharfed at half readlntnaUorratea. Hats at A. T. Dosser i. -All kinds...

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. — 4 August 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. FVSUIHID SVKBY THURSDAY Y TBI HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At f 1 a Tear, in Advance. H. W. DU8INBERKE, EDITOR. JONESBORO. TENN.. AUG. 4. 1887. At a meeting of the cltizeni of Jones boro hold at tho Court IIouu last week, a committee wai appointed to confer with the officer and projectors of the 0. C. & C. B, R. and bring to their atten tion the routo which crosses the E. T. Va. & Ga. K. R. at this place. The aoDointracnt of a committee charcr- ed with such a duly, would, under ordi nary, clrcmstances, have been wholly unnecessary, becnuseit Is fair to assume that a company would carefully survey and consider every possible' route before a final location was modo, and would select the route that offered the gTeatost advantages in thoraattcr of directness and cheapness of construction. Therefore, we conclude, that the Jones- boro people thought they had reasons to bolieve that an effort was being made by certain interested parlies, to suppress the facts with refe...

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. — 4 August 1887

VJHAT KILLS AMERICANS. fast Ut bsc-Un-al-as Katln-IIara Drtalt t Tr Hi. -, lM4--tiloI Jealoaay -- "-int rasrliras !. Tas Uaaa for llaaej. - The alarming disease of this country is nervous dobility and prostration. It goes under many names but it is essen tially the same complaint Hospitals awl private institu tions for ii' ;voiw patients are crowded, 'i .10 nvoriigo of life in the United States is de creasing every year. Sudden deaths from nurvous collapse among our , 1 i;.;!ness, profess ional and public men are so frequent as scituvly to excite remark. Tlio muioritv of sui- cidcs, cpiniiiiltod without ap. ; parent reason, or under so-colled 'lcpression of spirits," are really prompted by nervous prostration, which is a fruitful sonrco of insanity and crime with all their grief and horror,' These facts are startling.' They threaten the very life of the nation. They assail the springs of its-power and prci purity. Tlicy wreck manhood's utrcngth and woman's useful ness and icanty. ' ...

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. — 11 August 1887

(I, . ol I v "i 1 V VOL. X VIII, NO. ,17. JONESBORO, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. f 1EDM0MT AjR-LINE JOUTE. Richmond and Danville K It. Co. CONDENSED gCHBDULB. In Effect Jujis S. lt Tmliu Bon by 75Ui . Meridian Time. - k No. 6S. No. 30. No,INo, 64.fB. SOUTH BOUTS U. i m ni D IU rm l.oo 11.25 Lv Washington ' Alexandria " Manassas Warr'n Junction "jDrauge Charlottesville Ar Lynolihurg Frank. J u nation '.. "Danville - " Ashovllle Hot Hprlng Atlauta , " Cnattauooga s.so 866 11.34 O.HI I 11.4M 6,05 7.00 7.36 m ft m 8.51 1.3S 12.16 10.121 11.48 2.18 1S5 8.01 1.66 u ni a m I. mi S.25 10,1(1 U.00 6.19 S.15 7.45 5.1 7.21 H.SU p m o.ss 7.85 i m p m D m 1.3)1 10.40 a m Mo a in D m Momphls - ' New Orleans Louisville ' Cincinnati imu (1.101 t ni pm 7.D0 7.1U 7-10 p ro 7.10 B.Uul Dally. No. No, 53. No. 50. I No. I 36. NOKTU BOUND. 51. a ni m I,v Dauvlllo V Frank. Junction " I.ynnhhnrg (Jharlollosvllle " Orange . ' Warr'n Junction ' Munassaa "Aluxuudrin Ar Washingto...

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. — 11 August 1887

HERALD AND ; TRIBUNE. JONESBORO, TENN.. AUG. 11. 1887 AH comninntcstlori for this paper ihould - be accompanied by the name of the author; Dol necessarily for publication, bnt aa an evl " denoe of good faith on the part of the writer. Write only en one side of the paper. Bo par ticularly careftil In Riving Damon and dates to have the letter and figures plain and dis tinct. Proper names are often difficult to de cipher, became of the earelcsn manner In which they are written. ' Any person who take the paper regularly from the poetofllce, whether directed to hla name or wbother he la a subscriber or not, la responsible for the pay. The court have decided that refusing to take newspaper and periodicals from the postofflce, or removing and leaving them un called for, 1 "prima facia" evit'uuce of in- TF.KT10MAL FRAUD. Marriage and death notice, not exceeding ten line, inserted free of charge. Obituaries, over ten lines, will be chanced lit half reading matter rate. , Russclls' lead In lo...

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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. — 11 August 1887

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PCBLISIIKD BVEBY THURSDAY BT TBB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO Atla Year, in Advance, A. Wal STmrniEKS, Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG. 11. 1887. Tin Domocrntlo majority in Kentucky (44,000 in 1888) is taking a downward ten dency, and at tills" writing it is doubtful where it will stop. It Las, anyhow, licen reduced to such a figure that success is little better than defeat. A break in Kentucky is somewhat surprising. Thomas E. Powell is tho Democratic nominee for Governor of Ohio. This is the same Tom Powell who has been such a large employer of foreign contract labor And by the way, we believe the Ohio Democratic platform is (literally) directly opposed to pauper labor. Can Mr. Pow ell explain this apparent Inconsistency? TnE pcoplo of East Tennessee ore a long-suffering people. If you don't bo Heve this Just take into consideration the fact of how the circulation of the va rious Knoxvillo papers is kept up. Wo fall to And anything other than cranky railroad articles in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 August 1887

A DMCGISI'IS MISTAKE & 5!i Sm's Disregirai pm pnijqtif Advice f4 U Sam th Ult il Mar Husband. V I im a wood carver by trade and it Is out of iu line to writo letters; bat my wife thought it was no more than right that I should lot you know what yonr" remedy bus (lone (or me, and I think a too. I lire In Knst 157th street, west of , Third hyi'iiiic niul have lived there for about twi-uty dliroo years, where I own real estate. L'i t' the timo I am about to mention I luul been a strong, well num. There was always more or less riiulitria in the neighborhood, but I had no! jH'rsoiiiilly sufl'ured from it It was in isw) I hud my first attack. It came on us such attack commonly do, with heudui'hes, loss of appetite and ambi tion, chilly sensations with slight fevei afterwards, a disposition to yawn and str. t. li, and so forth. I was employed at tint time at Killians & Brothers, furniture manufacturers, in West 32d stive!. 1 hoped the attack would wear off, luit as it didn't I cons...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 August 1887

'1 f v. JN -rs :'. a ii'-i, I - 'Jiiin I'VuJ- ;.Mtr)i."J Iif'4 .M -V-'J v.. ; . w" i G.1 iiiifl..' ;u. ! tn'ivi j;; fiji 1. i . V.KHU Ull. .. . . . ' J- ' . ... . " iM",A ,h iUl V..'l Jiu-jii iifeDi r, 1 li 1,1 ' ' I i I - i i I ul - - 1 - ii r- I,,, ,,! i i i 1 C''"' ' - - . li . " ' !)''' ) 4 voii:;Xv.uiv:ko.:19. PIEOMOMT .AlRrLINE ROUTE. Richmond aud Danville 11. H., Co,iYj CONDENSED flrnaniTiii IBB. 1SK7-Trahii Hwt bStll HOM'H mpUND, , joo. wo. -Vl-tV-rt; 5W52. Lv WiwlilnKtoiK. A!ltYmi,l.ln - Til to a in H.Hi) 8.56 11.21 :) 11.45 6.45 7.0) 7.M 9.B1 ll.Jii-1 111 n in tm:i 1115 l.gi "V UTIIBffU IUV !)Hj H!4!Vl) ft, Ar liynclilmrpi 8. JlllUl '....v.1...i JAfu .sjil JJ5 il " AHhevlllo Ui Virt ' Atlanta. W.40 1 Cliattuiiodua ""TO V.UI .I' I . i -1 - " Momphlii 'ui:'iim iiiiiini: a in 8.1U a in n in n m lrOUlliVlH,t,l: iv li'VI "Cluqloumlnini i i-mj: (j '".'MIW III HMt IH-' i- k-1 1 1 l i.lUI ni.i .Ml, liillV'. 'i' liml 'J'M i M ill. lit iKOKWf'is&Ciiib';1-,, Mm. rNM. ItLl '!! i I...

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. — 25 August 1887

HERALD AND TRIKUNE. ItttLISllKD kVKUY THURSDAY BY TUB HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO Al $1 a rar, in Advance. A. Wai. Sthitiikiw, Euitoii. lONKSBOKO. TENN., AUO. 25, 1887. A. )netlon of Which. Ve have tho highest authority for say ing that tho Tennessee delegation In tho National Republican Convention will bo almost unanimously for Senator Sherman, riio south Is progressing. Clnclnnattl Commercial Gazette. In commenting upon tho nbovo para graph tho Knoxvlllo Journal has thla to say : We have no hesitation In saying that James G. Blaine is the first choice of a largo majority of republicans in this stale. Thev believe that he vnnlit art ming electoral votes as any other republican, mm ue cau oc eiectou, ana mat they would be delighted to again support him at the ballot box. Wherein lies the authority upon which the Knoxvlllo Journal bases Its right to dictate as to who Is tho choice of the Re publicans of Tonncssce for the presidency, wo fall to see. If the Cincinnati Com mercial Gazette has...

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