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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 October 1890

HERALD AND TRIBUNE JONESBORO, TENN.. OCT. 2, 1890 TIiIjCgUNTY. JONESBORO. AUSTIN C. BRITTON. local Editor. Veterans' re-union at Kuoxville Oct. 7th, 8th and Dili. Biggest stock clothing ever in Jones boro at Wright Hoss". The M. E. Church South conference convened at Bristol yesterday. We are selling clothing cheaper than ujuuu. TO RIGHT ttOBB. The work on the bank building; it moving aiong Slowly hut aurely. Think about It an all-TIavana cigar mo uurrun. 1 AYLOH iB BOYD. J, W, Fletchur. o! Kno.ville, spent Sunday with his family in this place. Drop in at Bam D. Stuart's and try a Bw uncr cigar, aii nana wor. J. T. Peoples spent last Saturday and - 2U"iav in Knoxville. E. A. "Robinson & Co., Maysville, ivy., sea me oest nana made cigars. Miss Itowena Bowers spent last Sun day at her home In Boon's Creek. Flavoring extracts 10 and 15 cents. - Miaa Eugenia Murphy. E. J. Baxter, after a week's sojourn in worth Carolina, returned home on last Thursday. Bam D. Stuart sella the Honey ...

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. — 2 October 1890

PRO BONO PUBLICO Be a ThU. All commnnlcntlons for this paper should beaoooropauled by the utme of the author; not neoensarlly for publication, but as an evl enoe of ood Tulth ou the part of the writer. Write only on one Bide of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In giving name! and dates to have the lotters and figures plain and dls lliict. Proper names are ofton difficult to de olj'hcr, because of the cureless manner In which thev are written. Any person whotakes the paper regularly from the postoffloe. Whether directed tn hli nHineor whether he la a sulisorlberor not. is responsible for the pay. l be courts have decided that refusing to take newxpnpers and periodicals from the pimtuinoe.or removing ana leaving mem uu culled for, la "prima faolu" eviCenoe of ! TKNTIONAb FRAUD. Marriage-mid drath' notices, not exceeding lc :i lines, lusorted free of obarge. Obituaries, over ten Hues, will be charged ai uau reuuin. matter rales Letters. Address all letters for this paper to the Ueha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 March 1891

U ! IF YOU WANT A BIG BARGAIN. era'M nn i I T 1DU Wright Hoss sells clothing f0T ie8l money than anybody. We buy for spot cahii und get advantages of . of the lowest prices aud all cash ' discounts. . t MI.4t'l Wo havo left about 30 overcoats which will bo sold roirunlleHs of cost. If you wish anything la clothinif Hue, Go see WRIGHT IIOSS, Leading Cloth-lcr. t it 70L.XX11.N0.51. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 1891. SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE i7 R mm ne. I? r J, 1. t i 1 1 , i 51 .I ! i- A REAL" --LUXURY:! Looking out over the , rriny homes of this country, "wt see thousands of women wearing away their lives in household drudgery that might be materially lessened by the use of a few cakes of SAPOLIO. If an hour is saved each time a cake is used, if one' less wrinkle gathers upon the face because the toil is lightened, she must be a foolish woman who would hesitate to make the experiment, and he a churlish husband who would grudge the few cents which it costs. '...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 March 1891

HERALD AND TRIBUNE PUHLISHID BTKBT THTJMDAT T THE HERALD AND TRIDUNE CO At $1 a JW, in Advanet, . CHARLES H. DARLINGTON, . Mahaoir. JONESBORO. TENN., KClt 1 9. IThli mark on yoor paper meant, that yon owa n a dollar and we know where to uie Read Thli. Aiioommnnicationaror this paper ihonld beaooompanled by the name of the author: not neoewiarUy for publication, but ai an evl- ' T part or Uie writer, Write onlvnn nn alila nt ........ JiSi'.r,!Jr.e1 ln B!.T,n name n Oatee" to hare the lettera and Amit ni.in Moot. Proper name, are often difficult to do- SiL'heJ,.ibecnM .ih ewaleee manner Id Which they are written. r, 'S" y Pe wii 0 to te the paper regularly from the poetoffloe, whether directed to hla n ine or whether he U a iubnortber or not. It reiponHlble for the pay. fujeo-u-U hae deolded that refusing to """Fir na penouioai. irom the poetoffloe, or removing and leaving thm un- ior,i -prima raoia" evwenoe or m TEKTIOHAL FRADn. Marriage and death notloet, not exceeding ten lines, In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 March 1891

IIERALDAND TRIBUNE, JONEFEORO. TENN., MCII 19. THECOUNJY. JONESBORO.. AUSTIN C. BRITTON, Local Editor. Frank Halo was up from Knoxville IttBt Sunday, Choice seed oats for sale by J. W Iloss. Tho Bristol Ice Factory 1ms marie Arrangements lo move to MorrlBtown. Miss Cori, daughter of Judge A. J. Brown, Is vl-slllng Miss Ida Reeves at present and will spent about three weeks here before she returns to her home at River Bide, In Greene county. Paul Klrkpatrick was over from Maryvllle last Sunday. Wank notary acknowledgments for sale at the Uerai.d and Trihckk office Notarial seals furnished at moderate prices. Among the lawyers present in town this week are II. II. Ingersoll, of Knox ville, II. II. Carr and A. R. John son, of Johnson City. Several farmers who started for town on Saturday morning on hotse back were compelled to dismount and complete their journey on foot. W. II. Littleton, the sewing ma chine repairer, may be found at S. P. Martin A Go's, agricultural emporium. The corp...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 March 1891

. WASEINO TON LETTER, Washington. Men. 13, 1SU1. The Increased facilities afforded by the postal service of tho government through the Inauguration of tho f reedo livory system In all the cities and larger towns of the country are now so much regarded as matters of course that It is difficult to couctivo how the old system could have been sulHcient for these communities twenty years ago. Not only has the new system thoroughly adapted itself to the convenience of the people, but it has also promoted dis patch in correspondence and greatly in creased Its volume. In this way the method of free delivery has added to tho general revenue of the postoillco de partment. Tho loirical inference from the success which has attended its ope ration within Its present range points clearly to its wider extension If not to general adoption. Thu question is one In wnlcu Postmaster General Wanamakor takes a deep interest. Upon hit. recom mendation congress has appropriated f 10,000 to enable him to ob...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 July 1891

' : ' era 70L.XX111.N0; 17. JOpSBORO fAND JOHNSON CITr, TEKKES!SEE, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1891. SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE "... I V . . .'!,. .; . a iTioiiiie. tv - z..V Busyswives who use SAP OLIO neverseem tofirof pId.Tiye,cke. complete Nck ?f aWeatio napptae. feu often resulted from badly washed dirf-ShTTtn t owned light m air. f .Life by tho thing, a man often judge, of hi. wife', devotion . ,tb W family, and chargt. her with general neglect when he find. to canloaa la tttoM partfculara. Many a noma owe. "WlWhriftr W.t&es. and it couoquent ImpiES to V , . w '.-..,', ..: . ;v W f ' if w j M-ereevn .ft. wbrtU.it ekeapcr (r SArouoWMhe a Mttsr preai. a aj w ajrtlele, an Insist ea lutvlnfjut what J.D.COX.Pre. W. G. MATHE8. Vice Prewdenu; Capital paid In loO.OTO. A General Banking Business transacted. Colleotlon promptly made and remitted for. "Have th ; latest modern factutie tor y ; - 'ptw uwik lug uubiuuu. ,. . -DESIGNATED . STATE DEPOSITORY IONESBORO, jDI RECTORS : J. D. Cox. E. A. Bhi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 July 1891

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, JONESBORO. TENN.. JULY 83. THE COUNTY. JONESBORO. AUSTIN C. BRITTON, Local Editor."'' Rev. I G. Murray has returned from Bristol. R. M. Slemons 1a visiting hit mother Mrs. W. C. 81emons of this place. Flower pots,' all sizes, both plain and ornamented, tor sale by .,.. Miss Eugenia Murphy. Joe Brown, of Chattanooga, spent Saturday and Sunday with hi mother at this place. Jas. Harris was up from Knoxville lut Saturday on legal business. . . ; If you face smavts ifter shaving try a few drops of Ralik on It. Samples 10 cents. All druglnta. ' W, 8. Dickey has been over at Rog ersvllle several day attending the bedside of his brother who ba been very low of fever nnd we arc glad to hear that be I convalescent. Under-all circumstances, under all con ditions, under all luQuences. Uradycrotine will promptly cure all headaches. , Misses fotta and Nellie Smith went ap to Flney Flats, Saturday eveulng and returned Monday morning. ,; Books for summer reading, from 10 cents u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 July 1891

HERALD AND TR1RUKE PUBLISHED BTKBT THDB8DAT T THB HERALD AN D TRIBUNE CO At f 1 Year, in Advance. -- CHARLES H. DAKLIXQTO.V. - MaMaqkh. IONESBOKO. TENN., JULY S3. hit mark on your paper meant tnat yon ow at a dollar and we know where to ue It. R ad Th1. Mleommnnlcations for tbla paper should Deacoompaniea Dy me name or me amour: not neeiariiy for publication, but aa an ev e nee of good fuitb on the nnrt of 'be writer. Write only on one aide of the paper. Be par llcularly careful In giving name and dales to have the letter and figures plain and die tlnct. Proper na tinware often dlllicult to de. cipbor, because of the careless manner la which thev are written. Any person who taks the paper regularly flam the postollloe, whether directed to his nauieor whether be It a subscriber or Dot, it responsible for the pay. i'he courts have decided that refusing to take newspapers and periodicals from the pttoffloe,or removing and leaving tbem un called for, Is "prima fuoia" evidence of IN JKTI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 July 1891

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 August 1891

x N i vkkhwa--" .i ,1 MAX K "Viud, el.t to the FOLXXUl.NO. 19. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITF, iLUSEE, THURSDAY, AUG. C, 1891. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I .tr I: ii 5 ;f a, gobdHouserv.ie;whouc3' caruuuins wen s&tar$he,m;ouse is muzzled m her houseVTry iYvnd keep your house clea,nAU grocers keep it- ( Cleanliness and neatness about a house are necessary to Insure comfort. Man likes comfort, and if he can't find it at home, he will seek elsewhere for it Good housewives know that SAPOLIO makes a house clean and keeps it bright. Happiness always dwells in a comfortable home. Do you want cleanliness, comfort and happiness? Try SAPOLIO .and you will be surprised at your success. y , , ; ; . BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. i A J. D. COX. Pres. , .,,,' ,'. W. O. MATHES. Vloe President.. Capital paid In ioO.000. A Goniral Banking Business transacted. Collection promptly made aud remitted for. Have the latest modern facilities for doing a nrst-class banking business. Correspondence solicited. J0NESB0R0 BAN...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 August 1891

I " IIERALD AND TRIUNE, JONESBORO. TENN.. AUU 6. TJIQUNTY. JONESBORO. AUSTIN C. BRITTON, Local Editor. J. A. West, of Conkllng, wasta town Monday. - Jno. r"aio was'" over fron Sullivan - county ibis week. , F. E. Billion and family mhbI a part of last week at Eliiabetliton and re. turned home 8uaday. If you facer smarts after shaving trv a few drops of Rulih on it. Samples 10 cents. Ail flruggists. Mrs. J. A. T. Uacon has returned home, after a short visit to friends at Big Stone Gap. ' Miss Alva Black, of Knoxvllle, pass- ed through this pi nee last Saturday en route for Virginia. The distention of the stomach which many people fel after eating, may be due to improper mast'catloa of the food; but. In most cases, it indicates a weak Bess of the digestive organs, the best rem edy for which Is one of Avers Pills, to be taken after dinner. . . Circuit court convened here Monday with Judge Brown on the bench. ; This ,1s the first court that the Judge has been able to hold for some time ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 August 1891

HERALD AND TRIBUNE PTBUaHBD IVKKT TUDB8DAT BT TH HERALD AND TR1BU N E CO At 1 a Year, in Adtanc. CHARLES H. DARLINGTON. . HaKAQKR. JONESBOHO. TENX.. AUG. 6. TTThls mark on yonr paper meant tout ou I owe ai a dollar and we know where to use ills. Bead This. la had be accompanied by the name of the author: not necessarily for publication, bat aa an evl- eni-e 01 aooa taitn on ine part or uie writer. Write only on one itlde of the paper. Be par ticularly careful In Hiving namos and dales to nave the letter and flgures plain and (I Il licit. lroper name, areorien difficult to de cipher, because of the careless manner In wnlch they are written. Any person who takee the paper regularly h.ria the poslollice, whether directed to hi na'ueor whether he la a subscriber or not, li ltsiouitle for the pity. i'hecuurl have decided that refusing to take newspaper and periodical from the p,)Ht(iltloe, or removing and leaving them un called for, la "prima faola" evidence of 1N- "TIONAL KBAU0. Marriag...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 August 1891

M03AL WARFARE. Se m Hallway Faaaanrer OitrotM ttm TempUUfta to Stmt. . It U not often that on can sen frons Witiiout ths nctuar -workups of 'oon-. fcio&c. When It Is jrwisible, towever, be most rejolea fcTt.ly 11 rirlt ff aiila. -Th Keir Yot Tribute giiM the following; Instance of such bwaI warfare: - One day, ft mas on a railway train picked np from the car seat package that the former occupant of the sett, who had left the train at the lost station, bad forgotten. He looked at the pack age critically, and then glanced at the conductor, who was at the other end of the train. lie evidently thought him fcfcif unobserved, for after a few mo meats of reflection he put th package, which was a small one, into his pocket, mod then resumed the reading of his paper.- -.- - -; - But his mind was not at rest Be tried several times to read, and each time removed the paper from his eye and gazed into vacancy, lost in medita tion. ... The conductor passed him, and it made him uneasy, lie mov...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 August 1891

r - rv . J" f j . ft " ) ' . i. : 4 ' 4 V i v i i mm mm iii iti i i i mm t mm i mm - -r iOL.XXlll;N0.20. LETTEH Washington, August 7, 18T Washington has won the contest for the encampment of the Grand Army of the; Kcpoblio for 1892, and r the vast, conclave will be held at the National Capital. It is very grati fjing roui every aciountV It J is gratifying to ,the .Grand Army and the families and friends of its nienx bers who wilj have here something worthy their. pqming. to Bee. i It is "gratifying to the general, public for the ' Bame reasons. ,li The National Capital is'always prepared to enter tain national bodies, associated with .the history of the country 'and the aspirations 'of . tho;pebpleV IV is justly proud of .its patriotic preV eminence, of its grand public build ings,' its 'unrivalled situation, its ; nearness to the great battle fields of three wars, its associations with ...stirring events of civil And Military ' history and the Illustrious1 men of the nation.- 'It V...

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. — 13 August 1891

JOHNSONC TIKIS Don. A. A.. Taylor spent several days In the city during ihe week. " .. t " i , -Mat Campbell, of Rbeatown, came to the city on business during the week. xi(j una since reiuruea to urn Dome, r-Dr. fittmrt, of Jonesboro, wm In tho city during the week. Dr. 8. Is on the examining board, and gets plenty of work to do. ,. W. R. Cooperof . Durham. N. C, has been In the city for some days. lie Is a member of the Iron Bull Land Com pany, and 1 looking after the interest of that organization. Allen W. Finch, of Buchanan, ha - been looking over our town for a few days. He seems to be well pleased with the surroundings. John Gales, and family, of Kuox ville. passed thiobch the citv during the rr . i t. . week, en route for Kingsport, w here his '" married daughter lives. O. E. Lyle took his departure, a few days ago, from the city. 'He will spend some time at Dresden, N. C, Mis Ruttte ITouse, one of Enoxvlllu'a . fair daughiers, is visttiug Alius Keltic Lyle, of this city. Mis....

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 August 1891

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. BOTSFORD & HOPKINS, Managers. a d. Mccracken, Johnson City Editor. AUSTIN C. BRITTON, Local Editor. JONESBOEO, TENN., AUG. 13. With this issue of the Herald and Tbtbuxe begins a new era in its history. In taking np the pen and other accoutrements where they have been dropped by our predeces sor, the nndersigned will continue the publication of what they be lieve to be tho best Republican weekly of the First Congressional District of Tennessee. We desire to maintain whatever reputation for good t'lis paper may have giined in the past, and to make srch improvements, both in general appearauce and in the dis semination of rews, a"s the necessity of the case seems to require. We believe tho people will appre ciate our efforts in this direction, and we rely on the hearty co-operation of tho people of tho First Dis trict, and others into whose hands our paper may full, for a successful continuance. We will pres...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 August 1891

CHINESE FARMING. Eaw tZio AgricBltnrist of China Lives an! Works. An American farmer would perhaps look upon Chinese farm as a Utile more than apiirden, if regard be hail'onlv of Its mall !. The population of China Is so crowded that most of the land Is nen. tsearlly dlv'iled into small parcels, and a farmer of'en has onlv a fraction of an acre on which to cultivate all his crops, Another rc,is:m that the farms are so timall is that much of the choicest ground is given out to ancotial graveyards, One of the most importunt elements in Chinese religion is the worship of ancea tors. The geoiuanoers, or fortune tellers, uro consulted a& to a propitious site tor the ancestral tonil9, and whatever pliice they select must be hud regardless of cost or sacrifice. So we frequently see whole hillsides of fertile land covered with But what the Chinese farmer lacks in land, u women writing in the New York Voir asserts, lie nmkes tip in president industry, painstaking and Ingenuity. For ceutu...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 August 1891

o. , , :. . 7. . t. . : -A ... mill ,iy i . I C 5k'. . I H y 111. f Jt . im hi . in hi i VQL.XX1U.N0. 21. WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington "August 14, J 891. The claims of the Capital us the convention city are now conceded ; , generally. Only the political man , agers remain to be convinced of its manifold and imposing advantages. Washington has been for many years the rallying place mpre and . more of civil and military organiza . . tions, as it haB been the Mecca of . the intelligent traveler and the re in sort " ot the individual seeking , recreation. There are reasons ' abundant why ' this is so. One of . ; these is the fact , that Washington is theworking headquarters of a gov ernment where the moral, intel .. lectual and political forces of a pow erful nation are centered for action ( legislatively; j "executively and judici- J ally. -1 The distribution of powers of the " Federal Government has re sulted in' seating in the city of Washington a vast and varied net ": work of - de...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 August 1891

JOIlITilIS C. C. Deaderlclc, ot tJnaka Springs, was la the city last week. Mrs. James Fletcher, of Eliiabeiu ton, wu Tlsltlog It the city last week. She stopped with her daughter, Mrs. Henry Ray. . Hon. A. A. Taylor makes It suit to be on the streets every few days. Mr. Taylor always has something new to tell the people, and they are always glad to see hint coming. Tom N. Hala, the insurance man, went down to Limestone recently to do some work there. Mr. Hale is a mover, and does not fall to get an amount of work to do. The crowd which came from Lime stone to see and hear Blind Tom on the evening of the 13th were as follows : Misses Myrtle Klepper, Mollle and Pearl Biddle, and Lucy Stout. Tbey returned to their homes Saturday. Col. E. C. Reeves and H. H. Carf went op to Abingdon, Va.,' to hear the attorneys speak on the Baker-Gilmer case. William G. Broyles. a prominent merchant of Cedar Creek, Greene county, accompanied by his wife, came to the city Wednesday of last Week. Mr. Broy...

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