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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 August 1887

1 ; 1 - asssssW-aassM m V 1 I V. HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENN.. AUG. 25, 1887 All coinmanlCBtloni for this paper should be aooo in panted by the name or the author nut necemtarlly for publication, but aa an evl denee of rood faith on the part or the writer. W rlto ouly on one sldo ol the paper. He par tloulnrly careful In glvlug names and dates to have the letters aud ngures plain and dis tinct. Proper name arooften dilllcult to dc cipher, because of the carelrai manner In which they are written. Any ponton who take the paper regularly frutu the poHtollIco, whether cl I roc led to hla name or whether hu Is a subscriber or not, Is responsible for tho pay. TheourU nave decided that refusing to tako nowspnpers and periodicals from the postofTleo.or romovtuR and leaving thorn un eallod for, la "prima facia" evidence of IX- THNTXOMAL FRAUD. Marrtago mid death notices, not exceeding ton lines, Inserted free of charge. titiiiunrie, over ten lines, will bo charged at Half reading mat...

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. — 25 August 1887

f WAS GREATLY KiSTAKEH. dryland CbemUl ftockoo'od Without t ...,.l r i . . i i; I live in the midst of the malarial dis tricts of Maryland, near the city of ' ashingtun, and am exposed to all the dangerous influences of the impure a!r and water of that region. "Z licinij naturally of a 6trong consti tution, I had frequently toasted that no thills and feret vf other mjarious complaint would ever trouble me ' Thin was my experience and the con dition in wliich tXound myself six months u(?o. j I fij-st noticed that I did not feel so sprrl'i;yJgorois as was my wont to da..-il folt tired and enervated. Soon1 1 noticed t distinct and distressing back adie' wojild make its appearance ixthiaft6rfioon, in creasuig in scVcnty if theXfTcisc yai more taint usuaDvi6lentv,vTljieii' i ;.tu'tcliy feeling i(k prifusc gaping maile its appearance. Then mtfHd, iilways clear a a bell, woukl feel heavy and I .began to have headaches. The coU stage wismarked wUkchat tcring of tht; teethcvre rigori fasscd ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 November 1887

1 , . i 'St I r 4 - if. r 1 0 11 r i Dune. TOL. XVIII, NO. 31. J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Herald IBS PIEDMONT AIR-LINE ROUTE. Richmond and Dnnvillu It. K. Co. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. In Effect Sept. 4, PW-Traliis Hun by 75th Meridian Tlino. No. No. No, No. SOUTH HOUND. 50. , S2. a m la in p in p ni Lv Washington H.Wlill.21 S.So Il.oo " Alexandria 8.55 12.45 6.55 11.25 p m am Manassas H.S1 Il.as 7.03 12.15 " Warr'uJ u notion 10.2:1 1.01 7.35 12.12 "Orange 11.18 2.1.H 9.01 1.55 p in ' Charlottosvlllo 1.10 3.aril0 8O 3.00 a in A r Lynchburg 3.25 n.l'i ,.00 5.15 ' Frank. Junction 7.S! B.I5 "Danville 8.50 7.15 p in " Aslievillo 5.08 "Hot Spring 7.05 p m " Atlanta 1.20 10.40 am p in " Chattanooga .0," 5.45 p m am " Memphli 9.15 0.10 a m a in p m "New Orleans 7.10 7-10 p m 7.20 "Louisville 7.1(1 " Cincinnati .00 Dally. No. 51. No, 53. No. : No. 59. 56. NOIITH BOUND. a m ii m Lv Duuvllle " Frank. Junction " I.ynolitiurg " Charlottesville " Oraiine "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 17 November 1887

HERALD AND TRIMJNE. 1'U1II,1HHED KVKKV TIIUHHDAY SY TUB HERALD AN D TRIBUNE CO At $1 a Year, in Advance. A. Wa Stkutiikiis, Editoh. JONESBORO, TENN., NOV. 17, 1887. Pkebident Cleveland has Issued a proclamation, publishing tbo amended reciprocity trcnty between tbo United Stales and Hawaii, agreed upon by tbe Plenipotentiaries of the- two Governments December 0, 1884, and since ratified by both Nations. The Democratic victory in Maryland lust week was a very small affair. Rc publican gains were made in almost every district in tbe state, and despite the as sistance lent the ring by a democratic president's endorsement the handwriting on the wall Is apparent to all. In what docs Sherman lack tact 1 He is a man of the finest discrimination and the largest services to the public. lie has been a leader for more than thirty years was the foremost man of the rc publican party iu the house before Lin coln, Grant or Blaine was heard of. Commercial Gazelle. Ok Friday last, at Chicago, the ou...

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

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBOIiO. TENN.. NOV. 17. 1887. All communications for this paper should be accompanied by the name of the author; not iiocessarlly for publication, but oh un evi dence of good faith on the purl of the writer. Wi Ito only on one side of the piiper. He par ticularly careful In kIvIiik names and (lutes to have the letters and (Inures plain and dls I inct. l'roper imines are often dltlicult to de. cipher, because of the careless inuuner In which they are written. Any person who takes the paper regularly from tlie postolllce, whether directed tu his name or whether he is a subscriber or not, Is i-exponslhle for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to lnl;e newspapers and periodicals from the poslotllce.or removing and leaving them un called for, is "prima facia" eviCeuce of ls- V iNT.ONAL FRAUD. Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ton 1 1 lie s, Inserted free of charge. obituaries, over ten lines, will be charged at half reading mutter rates. Virgin...

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

THE INDEPENDENT. The Largest, The Ablcit, The Best Religious and Literary Weekly In the World. " Olio of tho ablest weeklies In existence" Pull Mull Uu.ottc, London, KngluiKl. "ThomoKt Influential rellk'imm oiimn In tho NUitea " TUu spectator, London, Eng. " Clearly stands In the fore front as a week ly religious iiiui?iiy.liie." Suniluy (School Times, I'hlladulpl.la, IV.. Prominent features of The Independent (luring the coining ytur will ho promised Religious and Theologioal Articles. liy lilshop Iluntliifrloii. Wallop Coxo, Dr. Theodore L. I'uylor, lr. Howard ()ood. Dr. Howard Crosby, Dr. Win. H. Huntlnif- lon. Dr. James r'reemau Chirk, Dr. Ucorgd 1'". l'outecost, and others. Social and Political Articles, lly Prof. Win. O. Kninner, Trof. Illchard T. Kly, 1'ren. John Ituscoiu, 1'rot. Arthur T. ilailley, und others. Monthly Literary Articlos lly Thomas Wentworth UIKlnson, nnd oth er critical and literary articles by.Miuirloo ThoniHon, Charles Dudley Warner, James Puyn, Andrew Liii...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 December 1887

. v 13 .. . - VOL XVIII, NO. 33. JONESBORO; TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1887. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. Herald in bune. DirnunvT aid.iimc dhiitc . wa ivi w i n iiwuii.1 Richmond and Danvillu K H. Co. CONDENSED SCHEDULE. Ill Kffoct Sept. 4, HX7-Tralns llun by T5tli Meridian Time. No. 5K. No. .-0. No, 51. No. 52. ROUT1I IIOUNU. Lv Washington " Alexandria " Manassas " Warr'n Junction " Orango "Charlottosvlllo Ar Lynchburg " Frank. Junction " Mmivlllo ' Ailievlllo "Hot Springs " Atlanta " Chattanooga A 111 a m 11.21 D III 8.110 S.iioj p III 11.00 11.25 a 111 12.15 12.12 1.65 3.00 6.15 8.55 12.45 u in fl.51 1.!K 10.il 11.48 1.01 2.1K 9.01 n in 1.1U S.35 10 u0 u III 3.25 C.4-. ..00i 7, H.45 7.45 p in 6.08 7.05 10.40 8.30, p II) 1.20 a in p III 5.45 " Memphis " New Orleans ' lioulsvllle " Cincinnati a in It. 15 (1.10, a m 11 111 p III 7.20 7.10 710 1) id 7.10 I I tf.ooj Dally. NOHT1I HOUND. Lv Danville " Frank. Junction " Lynchburg; " Charlottesville. " Orange " Warr'n Junction ' Manassas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 December 1887

HERALD AND TRUHJNE. l'UHI.ISMKI) KVKKV TIIUUSDAY IlY THE HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At $1 o Tear, in Advance. A. Wal Stiiutiikhs, Editok. . JONESBOHO. TENN., DEC. 1. 1987. In Uucle Snm thcro is a good deal of " Go." When he snyn " go " to Anarch ism and points bis linger towards tho shores whence it came, he will utter the word in its sharpest peremptory meaning. Gexekai. Sheridan's opinion is that Cincinnati beer is the best in the world, and it should have some weight with the committees in appointing a place for the net Presidential Nominating Conven tions. Hesults of elections this year in Michigan, Oregon, Tennessee and Texas, involving the constitutional prohibition question, should teach professional po litical total abstinence advocates, if they ' are capable of learning anything practi cal, that high tax and local option are their only hope, and that it is useless for them to hob-nob with the Democratic party and fight these remedies for in temperance any longer. The agony is ov...

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

r HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBOKO. TENN.. DEC. 1. 1887 All rommunlciitlniiR for this paper should tL' uei'onipunlc'd by tlio mtme or tlio author; not nucpsHarlly for piilillcHllon.liut nttnn evi dence of Kood faith on the part of the writer. Write only on one Hide of the paper. Ho par ticularly careful In tclvInK names and dates to have'tlio letters and tlicunm plain and dis tinct. I'roper inline nre often dlfllcult to de cipher, because of the careless innnner In which they are wrllten. Any person who takes the paper regularly from' the postollice, whether directed to his name or whether lie Is a suuKcrlbcr or not, 14 rexpoiiHlhlo for the pay. The courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the postollice, or reinovluK and leaving them un called for, Is "prima facia" evidence of ik- TKNTtONAL KKAITI). Marriage and death notices, not exceeding ton lines, Inserted free of charge. Obituaries, over ten Hues, will be charged tit half rending matter rates. Vir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 December 1887

fx. THE TRIBUNE FOR 1888 GREATLY ENLARGED. Much the Biggest of All the Now York Weoklies. Greater Variety of Contents - New Presses, New Type and New Appliances. AT TIUC HEAD OF THE REPI IITICAN TKKSS. The Now York Weekly Trllnino will lie en lurtfcil im orliel'iire the 1st if Jiiiiimry, Ihsk, by the uililitioimf from four to eiirlit more iiiitri'H f Hi'tuul nwlinir inntter mi liiereiwe of hIzii of (freat expense to the Tribune, but without expense to the miliserlber. A eoinplele out tit of the new folillnu and In BertlnK prcHMcs will lie put Into ThoTribiine'fi liriss-riMtm In November unit December; 11 ml the extra sheet will bo folded Into itsplitcein the main sheet before It comes from the press. The enlarged Tribune w ill be the blirtrest mid best of all the New York Weeklies, and the new machinery will print It, In the enlaced form, at therate of seventy-two thousand copies per hour. New Features and (rroiiti'r Variety of Con tents will be added to the Tribune during the eomle...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 December 1888

(, tj m w- w r . x - rm , 0 1 in Dune. V'OL. XIX, NO. 4.' JOHNSON-CM AND J0NESB0R0, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1888. $1 A YEAR IN ADYANOK Herald SCHOOL - BOOKS llnvlnir purchased . a Ihi'mt stock of School Hook now used hy nil (hp l'uhlloKohoolsol1 ijiu county, ut greatly reduced nit cm, 1 am props iiil t toller tin-in uh follows: ', y' '( E. II. Butler's & Co.'b Publication liradertf First, Sooonfl, Third, Fourth, and Filth. Filler : ': 1 . .) , Primary, Pronouncing, and Advanced. Geonravluct: " . ' ' ' First Loswoiis,' Piliiiury' intermediate. m& Physical. Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co.'s Pub lications. liolnnscn'i Mathcmalict : - - Primary, ItudtmontR. Practical, nnl IHulicr, Pti.VHun, Diiiitun Horlbnor's Copy Hooks. (li-oloiry of TenniiKH.'u. r . . . Clark & Maynard's Publications. Heed ? Kellogg't Grninmart t Oudcd Lemons In F.iiyllxh, THkIicV brwusis In I'm m 1 lnh. . ... A. S. Barnes & Co.'s Publications. Jlittoriet: lliiniPK' Prljiiurj-, Humes' Brie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 December 1888

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED XVKRT THURSDAY BY TUX HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At 1 a Tear, in Advance. w. P. BHOWNLOW, i Editor. CHAULE8 II. DAULINGTON, . Manaorr. JONESBORO, TENN., DEC. 27. 1888. Circuit Court First Judicial Circuit. Hancock, Hawkins, Greene, Carter, John son, Sullivan, Washington and Unicoi. Courts Hoi.pkn Hancock 3rd Mondayi In January. May ami Hentembor. Hawking ith Mondavi In January. May nnd September. Greone-2nd Mondays In Fobruary. June and October. Curter-2nd Mondays In March, July and November. I Inlttiann nA f 1 I . r ,. . ... . ..luiu-uiu iuuuuuji iu iuurcu, juiy ana IjUtol (Low Court) 4th Mondays In March, July and November. 8ulllyan-lst Mouday after Uh Monday In July, November and March. aahlngton-Srd Monday after 4th Monday In July. November and March. I 'nt(Vll 1st. MaihIdd. In Tl' - and March. All commnnlcatlons for this paper should beuooompanled by the name of the author: not necessarily for publication, but as an evi dence of good faith on the part o...

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. — 27 December 1888

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENtf, DEC. 27, 1888, IUitiht Cmmcii-Kov. Will 11. Osborne, iuva bin . nurvtui's, Hixuiiu una luurin ruHHiiiyH ll:i o'clock, it. in. nml n. m. I'm.vcr- ii i cut I ui; vury VmliuMliy evening at U::0 ' cnH-K. piiinciuy Bcnooi ovcry rmmiuy morn l ii if lit ::). The public cordially Invileil to n;i tiicKu xf rvices. -Chew "Old Kip" Tobacco. Knights of Honor badges at J. J. J I nut's drug store. Several couples from Wash! ngtonJCol- lego came up last Friday evening to take In our school entertainment. Uuckwhcut flour, finest quality, at E. C. Cuawkouo's. - Ladies' lino stationery, In many styles at .1. S. Malhes'n. Now holiday books received by J. S. Mathes. Popular works and handsome ly bound. ' -M ss Katy Armstrong spent Christ mas with homo folks at Rogcrsvillo. Subscriptions taken for the History nf Tennesseo by James Phelan, M. C, hi Miss Eugenia Murphy's. Price f 2. Holiday cards and favors at JonN 8. Matties', J. B. Shipley, of Knoxvllle, Is visit lu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 December 1888

COMPARATIVE WORTH of BAKING POWDERS. royal (Ataoiaw, rur).. tsmmsmsmms KUJttFOKD'S, when trash.. wrrrzyr "v... cilIii'Jataiiiii eediiead's esssgsare; iiLiasaaga CHARM (Alum Powder)... StlT AMAZON (Alma Powder) . ESSiSEEZ! CZAR DR. PRICE'S BNOT? FLAEE (Grotr.) ... KSBSBBaiVtt LEWIS' SSSE TEAR! (Androwi & Co.) KSS5HgiBgg33B BECKER'S OILLET'S.'. ANDREWSCO."RegaTSEa MIlwukM, (Comalu liuk) BULK (Powder sold loose), ... E3 RUJirORD'S,wliciiuot fresh Q REPORTS OF GOVERNMENT CHEMISTS As to Purity andWliolcsonicncsy ol'lhc Royal BaklngPowtlcr. "I have tested a packaRoof Royal Baking Powdor, which I purchased In the open market, and find It composed of pure and wholesome ingredients. It isn cream or tartar powder of a hlph decree of merit, and does not contain either ulum or phosphates, or other Injurious substances. E. 0. Love, i'h.1)." ,u It Is a ScUmtlllc fact that tho Royal Baking Powder Is absolutely pure, "II. A. Mott, Ph.D." ' "I havo examined a package of Royal Baklnc Towdor, purc...

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. — 18 April 1889

Herald In buna m. XX, NO. 5. . . : , ijix hi ai i anui;i llonne Hill No. 308. A Act to aiHliorlzo the Board of Com missioners of the Taxing District of (ho town of Jonesboro, in tho county of Washington, to borrow tho sum of Five Thousand Dollars, for tho purposo of I purchasing, erecting and repairing and furnishing public school buildings in said town, and to issue interest bearing negotiable bonds for said amount, and to levy and collect taxes for tho pay. mcnl of tho same. Suction 1. Ho It enacted by the Gen eral Assembly of tho State of .Tennesseo, That tho Board of Commissioners of tho Taxing District of the town of Joncsboro in Washington county bo and they are hereby authorized aud empowcied to borrow tho sum of Five housand dollars, f or t he purpose of purchasing.crecting.ro pairlng and furnishing public school buildings for tho use and benefit of tho scholastic population of said town, and to this end the Board of Commissioners of said Taxing District may Ibsuo negotiable...

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. — 18 April 1889

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PUBLISHED EVERY TJIUKSDAY BY THE HERALD AND TR1DU N E CO At (1 a Year, in Advance. W. 1M1UOWNLOW, . - . Editor. CHARLES II. DAUMXGTON, - Manaoek. JONESBORO, TENN.,AriUL 18, 1889. Circuit Court Flritt Judicial Circuit. Hancock, Hawkins, Greene, Curtor, John sun, Hulllvun, Wnaliliiglen nut Unlcul, COITKTS HoLIlKN Hancock 2nd Mondays lu January, May and September, llawktns-llrd Mondays lit January, Muy and Huptomber. (ireone Klrst Monday after tho fourth Mondays lu January, May and Neptcmbcr. Carter 2nd Mondays lu March, July and riovonibor. Joliuxon lHt Mondays lu March, July uud November. Hrlstol (taw Court) 1th Mondays In March, July and November. Hulllvun till Mondays In March, July and November. Wutthlngton-lst Mondays In April, Au gust and December. L'nlcol tix Mondays In February, Juno nud October. This law tukes effect on the 15th of April. All communications for this papor should be acoompanled by the name of the author; not uocuhsarlly for publication, but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 April 1889

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. JONESBORO. TENNAPRIL 18, 1880. IIaitist OiUTnon-Rev. Wllim. Osborne F.B!sV '!;.7loo, woai fourth BunUnyS: 11:00 o'clock, a. m. and 6.30 p. m. I'raior mooting every Wednesday evening; at :30 o'clock. Buiulny school every Hunduv morn. . E;nui,CH,OTH,-erv!oeii every Sub. bath nt 11 a. ni. and ut 0:H0 p. m.: nniver-m. !.i lujr vy Wlmtoy eveSl1 a 8UI a y school at 9:30. Everybody Invited, ltl-v. J. L. M. l roiicU, pastor, u. Pkoomd PKwsnvTEKiAN Cuunar.-nev r A. Duncan, pastor. Services every Babhath at 11 o'clock a. in ; youi.tr peoplA 'Wor. mootliiK every Sabbath evenliiir fortv-llva inlmiti before the nreachliiK service; prayer. liuN'tinir every Wednesday evening Sabbath Hch.M.I every rtabbnth morning at & o'clock. Let tlie people come. Dr. KincaiSnon was in town Monday. Dr. It. L. Tat ton was in town Tucs tiny. J Martin & Co. are selling Me fertilizer. Largo number of peoplo in town Monday. Arthur Earnest Las returned from Virginia. James McMillan of Johnto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 April 1889

About Doctor' ItllU. Many a struggling family liaa all it can do to keep tho wolf from, tho door, without being called Upon to pay fre quent and exorbitant bills for medical advice and attendance. True, tlie doctor is often a neccBaary, through expensive, visitant of the family circle; nevertheless puro and well tested remedies like Warner's Safe Cure kept on hand for uso whcnlrcqulrcd, will bo found a paying investment for every household in the land. Sickness is ono of the legacies of life, and yet every ill.that flesh is heir to has an antidoto in the laboratory of nature, lion. II. II. "Warner, of Rochester, N. Y President of the Chamber of Com merco of that city, was a few years ago stricken with kidney discaso, which the physicians declared incurable. In this extremity, a friend recommended to him a vegetable preparation now known throughout the civilized world as War ner's Safo Cure. Ho tried it, and was quickly restored to perfect health. The incident led him to begin tho ma...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 October 1890

WE SELL CLOTHING ... - SEE OUR NEWADD $35.00 ltc Free. "WlUClIT Hoss, -THE DLUTHIER. r WlUGIlT Ross, Leading Clothier. JONESBORO AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCT. 2, 1890. VOL. XXI, NO'. 27; $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Herald Gtieupe tpiAngMy BRYANT & STRATTON Business College Ikx, khrpinv, Short Uad,I'rmmajilhip, 4c. a AIIIOWII C if V ((( for Outalvgua and full information. La W U I O V I la La la f IV I CHAS. E. RUSSELL (SUCCE8B0KT0 E. C. CRAWFOHD, Dec'd,) i FULL LINE OF! STAPLE' AND FANCY GROCERIES Fruits and Confectionery. r A CTTPaid for COUNTHY PRODUCE. , 1 6 Ounces to the Pound BROWN & STUBBLEFIELD Morristown, Tenn., The Finest ami tlie Best Seeded Stock -AUE NOW FINE DRESS GOODS, MILLINERY and LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FINE SHOES -EVER SHOWN IN I Elegant J Pencock NOTE THE t HST. BROWN & 'Address Kail Orders to J FEANK HOLMES. J. I). COX. Pres. O. MATHES, Vice President. Commenced Ihwliufw June lOth 1888. Authorized Capital $60,000. Surplus $10,000. Reserv $706.0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 October 1890

HERALD AND TR1RUNE FUBLUmo BTEKT TKUMDAT T TBI HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO At $1 a Ytar, in Advance. CHAKLES H.DARLINGTON, . Majuqxu. IONESBORO. TENN., OCT. 8. REPUBL1C1MH0MIHATI0KS. For member of Congress: R. R. BUTLER. For Governor. LEWIS T. BAXTER, or Davidson. ' For bUte Senator: H. CHART. For Floater: J, Q. A, REMiNE. For County Representative, E. K. 8HIPLEY. To the Bepublloan Part of Tanaeuaa. There appears to be a misapprehension of fact existing, connected with the pro reeding of the MorriBtown congressional convention. It is remarked by tome republicans in remote sections of the state, men who regard the welfare of the party and its Erlnciples aa superior to petty office olding, that the "iplii" which occurred on that occasion was to be deplored. Such is not a correct statement of the case, nor is the prospect of success jeop ardized to any considerable extent. The true facts aro substantially as follows: On the 10th day of April the duly elected delegates whose seats were uncont...

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