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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 August 1892

! ! i I i i HERALD AND TRIBUNE. 610 for a guese. (lold for gueBHers. Stuart's romedies are the bent. II. C. Reiniue was in town Monday. For fine perfumes cull on J. S. Muthes. "Will Crookshnuks was in town Mon day. Business was very lively Monday in town. Col. T. II. Reeves went to Bristol Monday. A fine K'ldo of Peaberry coffee at Geo. C. Muttern'a. Buy your horso collars, halters, &c,. of S. II. Anderson. Charles Thomas is improving. Hope lie may soon recover. l'aiuts, brushes and hammocks for 'sale by J. S. Muthes. Tin bell's Language Ia'skoiis for sale by Miss Eugenia Murphy. Toilet articles and fancy goods of all description at Sam D. Stuart's. John Harris, of Morristown, is the guest of A. G. Mason and family. Rev. M. A. Adams preached a good sermou Sunday night on election. Miss Minnie Null, of Knoxville, is visiting her sister and father here. For patent medicines and anything in the drug line call on Sam D. Stuart. S. II. Ileudrix, of South Watauga, was down Monday. He ...

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. — 11 August 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, A good crop will pay a profit over cost of production, even when prices are low. Poor crops don't give much of a return in good times. A farmer ehoufd be a specialist in what lie ralhos to should possess a practical knowledge in securing the best profits to "be gained by farming. It Is all right to plan work ahead for a rainy day, but if it ought to be done at once, do not put it off. ; A needed repair on a tool or a machine may be but a small job now, but use will soon make it a big job. Make up your mind not to go another yeaf without having hay caps enough to cover all the hay left in the field , over night. Made of good, stout, un bleached cotton cloth two yards square they need not cost moie than twenty five cents each, and if properly cared for will last twenty years, and then will save their cost in one-rain, and al most in protecting the hay from heavy dews. Are you sure that you are running the farm "for all it is worth V" Could not a few more calves be r...

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 August 1892

CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS &. SHOES. Prices Lower Than Anybody. Stetson Hats E. & W. Collars and Cuffs. HOSS & McCALL, Leading Clothier). WE CAN'T BE DOWNED. We buy Clothing for Spot Cash and can and will sell cheaper than those who buy on long time. If you want nice clean goods give us a call. HOSS & McCALL. LcBilinsi Clothiers. 70LXXIV.N0. 20. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE. THURSDAY, AUG., 18, 1892. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Utalh Irib ECZEMA 3 LONG YEARS tried Many Remedies. Then Tried Cuticura, and Suffered No More. Complete Cure for $5.00. I hava nied your Ci'TiOPHA Rimidim irltk (real satisfaction, (or I was a sufferer from Kcstfna lor three loug Joara. I tried a good mnny rem, dloi, but youra huva proved a blessing to me, for lnce then I have not Buffered any mora. I am now entirely cured, and it only coat me five dollara for your Ctrricuiu Kemidieh. Ai for your Outicvha rJOAr I do not uae any other. It la good for the akin. I havo Riven C'UTic...

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 August 1892

Published every Thursday by tho HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO HOTSFORD & FORNSTIELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG., 18, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. IOK PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. F.OB VICK 1'KKHIDKKT, WIIITELAW RE1D, OF NEW YOHK. FOH OOVEHNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOK CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. : We are authorized and requested to announce that S. II. Strain, of the sixth district, is a candidate for Repre sentative to the State Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. Governor Buchanan has at last an ntunced himself as a third candidate for Governor of this State, and will made a vigorous campaign. On next Tuesday, the 23d, Geo. W. Winstead, Republican candidate for Governor, will address the people of Knoxville. Can't we have him with us during the campaign ? The demonstration at Tracy City, by the free...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 August 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Baptist Church. Hev. M. A. Adnirw, pun tor. I'reuchliiK every Hun day t 10.:)a. m. exoupt H('oiid. I'lilon norvice Unit Sunday ftvonliiK In Hih month nt 7.) p. in. Hun day huIiihiI every Humlay mornliiK Ht U o'clock, l'rayer mmtliievery Winluesday nt 7. HO p. in. I'reuchiiiK Ht chapel every Httconu Huiuluy at 7.80 p. in. M. E. Church Houtii. Hev. W. I Jones, pastor. Huiuluy sc hool y a. m. ProuchliiK 1UHU a. m. l'ruyer and hihiIhI iter vice Wed nttsiliiys 7.HU p. ni. Youiik mon'ii prayer moetiiiK Humlay 2 p. m. Juvonllu MIhhIoii ury Hixttaty flrxt Hahlmth of each month 8 p. in. Home Mission Hand Hecond Hahlmth ftp. in. I.alli'!i' Missionary Hoolety first Friday of eacli month 3 p. in. Union serv ice third Halibatli of euch month 7..10 p. in. FlHHT I'RKHHVTKRIAN CHURCH. UeV. J. 1. DoKKett puMlor. rreaclilnit every second and fourth Sundays at MM a. in. Humlay school every Humlay inornlnK nt 9 o'clock. Union service every second Kunday at 7.:10 p....

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. — 18 August 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, It requires 15,000,000 cows to supply the United States with milk, cheese and batter. For chickens in the advanced stages of disease the best remedy is the hatch et promptly applied. Let out that check rein. You will ruin your horse's neck, making it stiff, humped and scraggy. . The tomato, known in England as early as 1596, was introduced into the United States by French exiles from San Domingo. The comio side of farming appears when those complaining of hard times leave their reapers and binders out to take the weather. The United States imports about $20, 000,000 worth of f ruitB and nuts yearly. Four fifths of this supply could be rais ed in this country. Grit is an important factor in sue cessful poultry keeping. The keeper requires it in his character, and the fowls must have it in their craws. Roasts that should be juicy come to the table as dry as pasteboard because the oven was not hot enough at first to instantly harden the outer surface and prevent the ...

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. — 25 August 1892

a r 'Y CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS & SHOES. Prices Lower Than Anybody. Stetson Hats, E. &. W. Collars and Cuffs. HOSS & McCALL. Ijeuilinu ClothierH. PECULIAR ERUPTION ATI Over Ills Little Body. Pain Night and Day. Best Doctors Baffled. V Miraculous Cure by Cutlcura. Tour Ccnctriu Khihiji performed inch mlraruloui cure upon my baby, that 1 would dm mvMlf Minna ind UDchri.tiuu-lIke vera I not willing to give publlo cxprvsnlun to my gratitude. About thirteen monlhi ugo ho ni utldenly taken with peculiar eruption, which broke out all over hi little body, and became o painful that he wu Imoit unmanageable. Vu Incontlnuul pain nlglil nd duy, and, aa tho diaeaae advanced, It became of. ffinlve, and it looked lika my prucloua baby wu going to decay in apite of all that a couple of Uio very beiitpbyiilrliini could do. 1 wus persuaded to try Cuticuiu Kkukdiks. I followed dlrecUona. The i flrat week the pain was greatly reduced, and my baby wai able to reat.- The accond...

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 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO ROTSFORD & FORNSHELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG., 25, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONQRE88 FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOB STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. II. Strain, of the sixth district, is a candidate for Repre sentative to the State Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. The reports from Coal Creek and vi cinity that have" appeared in the papers have been wonderfully padded and highly colored. If the recent troubles between the miners and the State shall result in the abrogation of the convict lease it will be that much accomplished in the cause of free labor. Hon. H. C. Evans was nominated by...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 August 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Baptist Ciirnrti. Itov. M. A. Attain, pas tor. rn-arliliiK evury Sunday lit HUtoa. m. except hkciiiuI. Union sorvlce (lrnt HundHy ovoniiiK In vneh month Ht 7.80 p. m. Hun day Hxhool every Hunday morning at V o'clock, l'rayer Inm'tlnunvory Wednesday at 7. Ho p. in. l'reacliliiK at ehapul every Heeond Hunday at 7.H0 p. in. M. K. Clll'itcil Houtii. Itev. W. T Joiioh, imxtor. Hunday school V a. m. I'reacliiiiK . 10.S0 a. m. Prayer and social service Wed nesdays 7.H0 l). m. Yoiwk men's prayer mnetlliK Huiidav i p. m. Juvenile Mlxslon ary Hoctcty llrst Huhliatli of eacli month 8 p. m. Home Mixtion lliinil Heciind Suliliath Hp. in. IjUdies' MlHHlonary Hixiloty llrst Krldav ofeai'h mouth H p. in. Union serv ice third Hahliath of each month 7.HU p. in. r-'i hht Pkkshvtkui AN t'liritril. liev. J. P. HoKKiitt pastor. PreachliiK every seconil and fourth Hundays at W. 'M a. in. Hunday school every Hunday morning at 9 o'clock. Union service every second Hunda...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 August 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Hang up everything that will hang in the kitchen. It will save time when you go to sweep it. For severe cold on the lungs use the following excellent remedy: A teacup f ul of strained honey, one half teacup ful of olive oil and the juice of one lemon. Cook all together and take one teaspoonful every two hours. It is cheaper for each farmer to pay one hundred dollars out of his pocket to secure perfect roads than to be com pelled to buy and support an extra horse or two to draw loads over roads that are almost useless in winter. It is not always easy to start a fruit jar cover. Instead of wrenching your hands and bringing on blisters, simply invert the jar and place the top in hot water for a minute. Then try it, and you will find it turns quite easily. In specialty farming it is the man and his adaptability to the business that make large profits possible, rather than the peculiar advantages of this or that branch. Almost any of them pay well enough if right metho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 September 1892

CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS &. SHOES. Prices Lower Than Anybody. Stetson Hats, E. & W. Collars and Cuffs. HOSS & McCALL, JjPHdinu: Clothier. WE CAN'T BE DOWNED. We buy Clothing for Spot Cash and can and will sell cheaper than those who buy on long time. If you want nice clean goods give us a call. HOSS & McCALL, J J'lllilir Clot hU'l'H. 4 VOL XXIV NO. 22. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. SEPT. I, 1802. A It J) It flit SAEi BfiY LIFE Would Have Scratched Myself to Death but for Cuticur. Best Doctors Two Years. Bills $125. Expended $2.50 for Cuticura Reme dies. I am To-day a Well Man, With a Smooth Skin. I wm iffllctwi two year with a disease the doe. torn ciilM rtiiK-worm, herpva, or milt rheum. I Wiw treated by throts cllfiuiviit doctors, the brat i could liml, but thi'y did mo no good. My doctors' bills wure l. tine told mo I would have to no oft to soon- healing prlmjs to get well. 1 saw your advertisement, and wrote to you over a year a...

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. — 1 September 1892

HERALD- ABD TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSHELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., SEPT., 1, 1892, REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOE VICE PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR OOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. IION. A. A. TAYLOR. FOB STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. II. Strain, of the oizth difltrint. in a ftanHirinrA tnr Rnro. aentative to the State Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, suojeci to tne action or tne nepuDiican Jounty uonvenuon. Isn't there a smack of anarchy the the proceedings of General Carnes at Coal Creek? Do not forget the Republican Cod ventlon called for next Monday to se lect a candidate to represent this coun ty in the next Legislature. The work of organizing the Republi can hosts throughout the land is pro grossing with wonderful rapidi...

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. — 1 September 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Baptist Church. Rev. M. A. Adanm, pas tor, l'reuclilng very SmiilHy at la.Kla. m. except BiHiima. Union Hervlce first Humlay evanniK In eiuih iiioiith at 7.80 d. m. Hun- day bcIkmiI every Huncliiy morniiiK at II o uiooK. rrayer me-.ing every Wednesday at 7. J) p. m. rreucnliiK at uliapel every senond Hunday at 7.8U p. m. M. E. ClIUKCll Houth. Kev. W. U Jones, puHtor. Hunday scbixil V a. m. Preach lux 1U.HU a. m. Prayer and social service Wed nesdays 7.HU p. m. YouiiK men's prayer mcctliiK Hunday 2 p. m. Juvenile Mission ary Hcx'lnty flrHt Sahlmth of euoh month 8 Jt. in. Home Mission Hand second Halilmth p. in. Itdies' Missionary Hoclety first Friday of euch month H p. in. Union serv ice third Sabbuth ol'each month 7.HU p. m. Fikht Phkhhytkkian Chukcii. Hev. J. V. DoKKett pastor. PreacliliiK every second and fourth Sundays at 1(1. XU a. m. Hunday school every Hunduy inoruliiK at 8 o'clock. Union service every second Hunday at 7.H0 p. m. fiKCOND P...

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. — 1 September 1892

the home and farm Corn is one of the bent crops to grow in an orchard. A weak solution of Bait 1b u remedy for indigestion. Cultivation will b.nefit the trees for a few years after setting out. When through with a crow in the garden put what is left under the ground. No plan of management will be best in all cases ; the owner must adapt the treatment to the condition of the or chard. A young sow's pigs will mature early, but old bows are best for breeding. Stock bred too early tends to deteiioato and run out If the object of poultry raising is to convert the largest amount of grain in to the largest amount of intuit in the shortest time, then ducks are the ones to do it. A broad back, heavy, square hind quarters and a full, round body, large enough to contain plenty of feed, ure marks of a beef that may be profitably fattened. 'In addition to the 81,000 offered in premiums for Southdown sheep at the World's Fair, the American Southdown Association will give 230 at the Fat Stock Show...

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. — 8 September 1892

CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS & SHOES. Prices Lower Than Anybody. Stetson Hats, E. & W. Collars and Cuffs. HOSS & McCALL, Ijeailinir ClothierH. VOL. XXIV NO. 23. HART, JACKSON & CO., MAIN STREET, JOHNSON CITY, TENH. AUTUMN, 1892. Wo particularly invite the ladies to examine our stock of Fine and Staple Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Trimmings, etc. The ladies will find our stock to be one of the most comprehensive and best selected assortments of tho season. DRESS SILKS. Regent.Crystal Bengaline.Gros Grain, Pcarl-de-Soie, Brocaded Crape. A Choice line of Silks for Evening wear. SILK AND WOOL DRESS GOODS. FAYETTA, A beautiful and highly finished fabric, entirely new, will not slip or wear shiny. Colors Black, Navy and all evening shades. We have sole control of these Goods in Johnson City. BLACK DRESS GOODS. Wool Henrietta, . Silk Warp Henrietta, Serge, . DRAPE-DE-ALMA, FRENCH CORDS, FRENCH WOOL FIGURES. This line includes many exclusive styles, and we invite your ...

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. — 8 September 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSHELL, Editori and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., SEPT., 8, 1892. REPUEOCAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR TICK PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. IION. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. MATIIES. Why not make the quarantine per manent with respect to certain classes of immigrants V In nominating Mr. Mathes for Legis lator the Republicans made, we think, a good selection,' and have chosen a man who will poll the full vote of the party. President Harrison's action' in re gard to the threatened visit of cholera to this country is characteristic and com mendable, and deserves the hearty re cognition of every citizen of the land. The state of affairs in this State speak about as loudly in condemnation of Democratic administration of the St...

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. — 8 September 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will pleaso bring it in now, before the roads get bad. Bring twenty inch wood, Guosa. $10 for a guess. Have you guessed. Stuart's remedies aro tho best. Tin fruit cans at the Mason tin shop. Miss Bose Stuart is visiting in Knox ville. B. D. Cloyd, of Telford, was on our streets. Hon. 0. M. Brabson was in town Monday. Call at the Mason tin shop for tin fruit cans. Pencils, tablets, satchels, etc., at Miss Eugenia Murphy's. Buy your horse collars, halters, &c,. of S. II. Anderson. S. M. Broylea, of Presnell, was in town Monday on business. Mrs. John Patterson is visiting Mrs. Ross Smith of this place. Rev. E. E. Hobs D. D., came in from Nashville Friday morning. S. A. Early, postmaster at Broyles ville, made us a call Monday. Prof. Hitchcock is making great im provements at Warner Institute. Dosser Bros, will pay you 80 cents per bushel cash for your peach seeds. School books and school supp...

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. — 8 September 1892

n V t. .'r if-'i THE HOME AND FARM. Have gates, not burn, to pass your stock through. The time it takes to let bars duwu bdJ nliut them again counts up enough to earn sutlicient money to pay for a gate in a few mouths. Then, too, animals will not try to jump over a strong gate. A writer in Orchard and Garden af firms that "the apples from the Blue Kidge region from Virginia to Georgia will lead the whole United States in re" npect to fine quality." In our opinion the aforesaid writer is poorly informed. Editor H. and T. In preparing stubble ground for win ter wheat much depends on having the land plowed as soon as possible after the grain is off. If rain falls at this time the stuble should be turued under when wet if possible. After a few days of dry weather weeds grow fast in new ly cleared stubble, and soon suck out all its moisture. The weeds also be come less succulent as they grow older and do not rot so readily. It used to be supposed that giving time for scattered grain to g...

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. — 15 September 1892

r Mackintoshes I E. 4 W. Collars I Stetson Hats, Be assured when you buy Clothing of Hoss Sc McCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. We carry no rotty, shelf worn or job lot Btqff' Our trade demands THE BEST. TRUNKS. SHOES. f..H See our Men's Boots, See our $1.19 Boy's Boots. Talk is cheap but prices talk for them selves. When we Bay thut vou can save big money by buying" Cloth ing from us, we moan it. HOSS & McCALL. IjoatUntf Clothier. t I i! 70L. XXIV NO. 24. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY", TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. SEPT. 15. 1S927 $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE SPECIAL SALE AT IAH0WETS; -WL "2s n 11 n 10 WW " ' " ' Is I) We will Positively Cut Our stock consists of Drj 'Goods Dress Goods, Ginghams Prints, Domestics, Muslins, Flannels, Bedtickings, Notions, Carpets, Rugs, Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Ladies' Wraps, Queensware, and last, but not least, a full line of Groceries. Eemember that this sale is for Saturday only, and this advertisement will be carried out to the letter WE WANT TRADE ...

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. — 15 September 1892

HERALD Al TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSUELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., SEPT., 13, 1802. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. "WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS FIR8T DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. MATHES. Boston's culture has suffered a great humiliation in the defeat of her leader in the fistic art, Prof. Sullivan, by the young man from the Goldon Gate. Allen W. Thurman, son of the old Roman, frankly stated in Chicago the other day that he thought the proper thing for the Democrats in Ohio to do would be to shut up the State head quarters and quit pretending to try. "All aboard for Jerusalem via Jaf fa!" has come to be a reality. And the trip is made behind American locomo tives, in spite of the attempt of Demo crats to show that American mad...

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