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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 October 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will plea.se bring it in now, before the roads get bad. Bring twenty inch wood. To the Public. Believing that the patronage which the Herald and Tribuna enjoys can be increased, we have engaged L. W. Ken nedy to canvas the county, and have no doubt as to his kiudly reception by the good people of the county. MrvJCen nedy is authorized to receipt for money and make contracts for work. Any courtesies shown him will be fully ap preciated by yours truly, The Editor. Guess. . $10 for a guess. Have you guessed. Stuart's remedies are the best. For f urnittrre call on Dosser Bros. Tom and Abe Gillespie were in town Friday. Bob Cate, of Knoxville, was on our streets Tuesday. Pencils, tablets, satchels, etc., at Miss Eugenia Murphy's. If your watch is out of order take it to II. II. McPherson. 10,000 pounds good dry walnut kern els wanted by R. M. May. Hon. W. P. Brownlow came home from Washington Monda...

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. — 20 October 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Han's three enemies are dirt, debt and the devil. Never butter your pie pans, but sift them lightly with flour. ' To scour knives easily, mix a small quantity of baking soda with the brick dust The plainest food, like potatoes, veg etables and cereals, are the, most fat tening. Apply baking soda instantly to a burn ; magnesia to a burn from acids Both will heal without a scar. If your, butter seems likely to spoil immerse the vessel which contains it in cold lime water, and keep it there until the sweetness of the butter is restored No other animal can eat so many different kinds of herbs as the sheep, and this should recommend the sheep to the farmer whose pasture is overrun with weeds. To test a ham, stick a sharp knife under the bone ; if it comes out clean, with a pleasant smell, the ham is good but if the knife is daubed and has a disagreable smell, do not buy it The great disadvantage of the single crop system is that one has nothing to sell exoept at the ti...

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. — 27 October 1892

Mackintoshes I R.'&tf. Collars I Stetson Hats. Be assured when you buy Clothing of H0S8 & MoCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. We carry no ratty, shelf worn or job lot "tff' Our trade demands THE BEST. TRUNKS. SHOES, ee our $1.39 Men's Boots. aa See oar A Boy's Boots Talk is cheap but prices talk for theui selves. V hen we say that you can save big money by buying (Jloth ing from us, we mean it. HOSS & MoCALL, Ijeudinic Clothierx, I W III V 70L. XXIV NO. 30. inb ft 1 1 . , , ; 1 1 1. , 1 ' 1 .lOFSRORO A NH .TOHNON f!ITV TUITPCriAV APT 07 1000 ct 1 mm it .n.Mv,r V, WASHINGTON LETTER. Work of Republican Clubs Going Homo to Vote. Condition of Mrs. HarrisonHer Wed ding Anniversary. From our Reular Correspondent. Washiwoton, D.C., Oct. 23, '92. When the Democrats are in power in Washington the Democratic clubs flour ish during a Presidential campaign, and when a Republican administration holds the reins, the clubs are all of that political persuasion. Consequently, ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 October 1892

HERALD Al TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO FRANK L. FORNSIIELL, - Eiitoh. JONESBORO, TENN., OCT., 27, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OP INDIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOB STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. MATHES. "Free trade would encourage the for eign shopand discourage the American shop ; it would increase the demand for workinfrmen abroad and diminish the demand for workingmen at home; it woum give employment to tliose on the other side of the Atlnntin uml t.-iL-o em. ployment away from those on this !.. . !i 11. . ... hiuo ; n wouia increase tne Bpinuies m forei f?n factoripH find Himiniah t.rinm hi our own ; it would build fires in their - furnaces and extinguish them in ours. " uovernor jictt.iuiey. Mas. Harrison is dead. Her suffer kigs ended at 1:40 Tuesday mo...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 October 1892

V 1 HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire J to pay their subscriptions in wood will please briDg it in now, before the roads get bad. Bring twenty inch wood. To the Public. Believing that the patronage which the Herald and Tribuna enjoys can be increased, we have engaged L. W. Ken nedy to canvas the county, and have no doubt as to his kindly reception by the good people of the county. Mr. Ken nedy 1b authorized to receipt for money and make contracts for work. Any courtesies shown him will be fully ap preciated by yours truly, Tub Editor. Guess. $5 for a guess. $10 for a guese. Have you guessed. Stuart's remedies are the best. Felt sailors at M. V. Russell's. New millinery at M. V. Russell's. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Ladies' felt walking hats at M. V. Russell's. Dr. N. T. Dulaney was down from Bristol Saturday. L. C. Boyd, of Oreeneville, was up a few days last week. If your watch is out of order take it toll. H. McPherson. . Jas. E. Gibbs and family move...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 October 1892

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONESBORO W. C. T. U. Mks. Kate B. Simpson, Superintendent of Press Work. From a paper published at Bozenian, Montana, we clip the following notice of Mrs. M. S. Cummins, one of our former Jonenboro people, better known to some as Miss Mary Stuart Slemons. The occasion was the State meeting of the W. C. T. U. of which Mrs. Cummins is President. In speaking of her ad dress we quote the following: Her ad dress was very fine, and was delivered in a most elegant manner. It would do her injustice did we attempt to convey an idea of its excellence in the space we can afford to give it here. No one could doubt, after hearing her, that the last State convention made a wise and worthy choice in electing her President. In speaking of the reelection of officers in the convention, we quote again: The election of officers come next Mrs. M. S. Cummins called Mrs. W. W Wylie to the chair and retired from the room. The first ballot was an informal one, and resulted in e...

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. — 3 November 1892

Mackintoshes t E & W. Cellars I Stetson Hats. Be assured when you buy Clothing of HOSS & McCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. . We carry no ratty, shelf worn or job lot "tuff. Our trade deiuandB ee our $i-39 Men's Boots. a See our $1.19 Boy's Boots Talk is cheap but prices talk for them selves. hen we say that you can save big money by buying Cloth iug from us, we meon it. HOSS & McCALL, THE BKSL TRUNKS. v ''vv-s'V II VOL U V NO SI MRS. HARRISON DEAD. The End Camo ns Sweetly as to the Autumn Flowers. No Royal Crown Wore the Queen of American Womanhood. Mrs. Harrison is dead. On Tuesday morning, October 25, at 1:40, the end came. For the second time in the his tory of the White House, a President's wife has died within its walls. Mrs. Harrison met death with the patience and resignation of a devout Christian, ana her last days were comparatively free from pain. For twenty four hours the President and family had been almost constantly at her bedside awaiting the ...

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. — 3 November 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., NOV. 8, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. MATHES. "Free trade would eDcourage the for eign shop and di scour a ire the American shop ; it would increase the demand for workingmen abroad and diminish the demand for workingnien at home ; it would give employment to those on the other side of the Atlantic and take em ployment away from those on this side ; it w ould increase the spindles in ioreign lactones and diminish them in our own ; it would build fires in their furnaces and extinguish them in ours. ' Governor McKinley. Let all Republicans see that nothing keeps them away from the polls next Tuesday. Go to th...

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. — 3 November 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribe who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will please bring it in now, before the roads got bad. Bring twenty inch wood. To the Public. Believing that the patronage which the Herald and Tribuna enjoys can be increased, we have engaged L. W. Ken nedy to canvas the county, and have no doubt as to his kiudly reception by the good people of thecounty. Mr. Ken nedy is authorized to receipt for money and make contracts for work. Any courtesies shown him will be fully ap preciated by yours truly, The Editor. Guess. J5 for a guess, if 10 for a guess. Stuart's remedies are the best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. J. M. , Hons is confined to his room with sore eyes. Buy your horse collars, halters, Ac , of S. II. Anderson. If your watch is out of order take it to H. H. McPherson. Do your trading with J. J. Hunt if you would save money. John M. Fain, of Blountviile, was in town Monday and Tuesday. . Wanted. 200 bushols nice white or colored be...

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. — 3 November 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Currant cuttings may now be made advantageously. Repot callaB in rich soil and give an abundance of water. Salt or brine can often be applied under the pear trees with benefit. When through with a crop in the garden put what is left under ground. Clover loosens up the soil by penetrat ing it, and when it decays helps the Boil mechanically. Corn is one of the best crops to grow in an orchard, potatoes come next and beans are probably next. Because sour food or injured grain can be bought cheaply it is no reason why it should be fed to poultry. It is a well known fact that unfertil ized eggs, that is eggs laid by hens not kept with roosters, will keep longer than fertilized ones. The Muscovy duck seems to be the favority in the South. Their popular ity is due to the fact that they are bet ter suited to the warm climate. Those poultry raisers who live near a city can sell the poultry droppings generally to florists. We have in mind several poultrymen who do this. It ...

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. — 10 November 1892

Mackintoshes I E & W. Cellars i Stetson Hats. Be assured when you buy Clothing f Hoss & McCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. We carry ' no ratty, shelf worn or job lot Btff' Our trade demands THE BEST. TRUNKS. SHOES. FOLXXIV NO. 32. IIEEOT0S7. COl'NTY okkicekh: Hhorlfl-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk S H I, Cooper. Chairman County Court H C Hart. County Court Clerk Jacob I,eali. Clerk and MiiKter W K Younir. . TniHtee J A T Bacon. Register A M (Stewart. County Kurveyer T T Vomitr. - Hnpt. l'ulilii! KcIiooIh-F T Watts. Til K coi hth: ClwriT Col'KT. .ImlKe, A J llrown: At torney (Jeneral, II T Cainuhell; Clerk, SI1L Cooper. Meets first Mondays In April, ( iiamkry Court. Chancellor. John P imiiiwi; i leric and Mastor, W Young. Meets flrHt Mondays In January and July: Coi'fiTY Coiht. Chairman, H C Hurt: Clerk, Jacob Iab. : Meets flint Monday In each month. I'AW Court, Johnson City. Hame officers as the Circuit Court, and meets Chancery CoritTat Johnson City meets firs...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 10 November 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., NOV. 10, 1892. Dr. Leab has lost his appetite. We met, we "scrapped," and we are his'n. By the way, the post office but let that pass. They didn't give us time to stand from under. It came with a crash. It's to be hoped they'll leave some of the old soldiers with a fourth class postoffice. Tammany won't wait for a knife to divide up the pie, the tiger will claw it apart in "gobs." That infernal rooster has got over Into our own yard and wolloped thunder out of our eagle. For sale cheap, at this office, one large six column copper top cut of the American eagle. The Democrats claim every thing, but without foundation. We've elected Mathes by a scratch. There is already a demand among the faithful for the Government Blue Book. They are looking up the offices with the most lucrative salary attach nienta. We turn our editorial columns over to accommodate some good re...

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. — 10 November 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE Those of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will please bring it in now, before the roads get Dad. Bring twenty inch wood. To the Public Believing; that the natronae-e which the Herald and Tribuna enjoys can be increased, we have engaged L. W. Ken nedy to canvas the county, and have no doubt as to his kindly reception by tnegooa people of the countv. Mr. Ken nedy is authorized to receipt for money ana make contracts for work. Anv courtesies shown him will be fully ap preciated by yours truly, Thb Editor. Guess. $5 for a guess. $10 for a guess. Have you guessed. Stuart's remedies are the best For furniture call on Dosser Bros, Hugh Kirkpatrick was in from Em- Drevuie Sunday. Buy your horse collars, halters, &o, or o. h. Anderson. J. M. Fink went to Morris town on Friday and returned Saturday. H. H. McPherson is a first class man on watches. E. Z. 8. Mathes, of Washington Col lege, was in to see us Monday. If your watch Is out of order...

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. — 10 November 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Less pork and more chicken eating would give loss dyspeptics. A cement made of sand and white lead paint will stop leaks in thereof. Bering wax is made of two parts of VlA04n;av anI ma 9 .. 1 . J x . gether. One or two geranium leaves bruised and applied to a bruiBe or cut will cause it to heal in a short time. Dry leaves may be used to great ad vantage for bedding. They are both comfortable and absorbing. When a horse is lame and stiff noth ing better can be done than to remove his shoes and let him run on pasture a while. A tablespoonful of powdered alum sprinkled in a barrel of water will precipitate all impure matter to the bottom. Pigs dropped in February or March can be made ready for the fall killing. Make preparations for these pigs now, a year ahead. Every investment which gives the opportunity for a greater diversification of our crops is of direct benefit to our whole agriculture. During cold rainstorms and the morning after, season the mixed food with ...

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. — 17 November 1892

Mackintoshes i E & W. Cellars Stetson Hats. Be assured when you buy Clothing o Hoss & McCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. We carry no ratty, aholf worn or job lot fiti'ff' Our trade demands THE BKBT. TRUNKS. SHOES. VOL. XXIV NO. 33. iieestoby. county okkhkuh: Hhorlff-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H 11 I.Conner. Chairman County Court 11 C Hurt. County Court Clerk Jacob I,eub. Clerk iinJ Muster V K Young. Trustee .1 A T Uncoil. lti'Klstcr A M Hlewnrt. County Hurveyer T T Young. Hiipt. Public Hchonls-K T Watts. Tux Assessor J A ltrudnhaw. THE covhts: CiHCl'IT Coi'ht. Judire, A .! Brown; At- tomey Ucnerai, H T Campbell; clerk, h 11 L August ana &lb?;. ' "VH P ' ClIANCKRY Coi'KT.-Chnneellor, John P Me ' ir-Vwn"''. I;,',." ' , V.r County Coi-ht. Chairman, 11 C Hurt; Clerk, Jacob Leah. Meets tlrHt Monday In each month. Law Court, Johnson City.--Samo olllccrs as the Circuit Court, and meets ClIANCKRY Coi'RTHt Johnson City meets first Mondays in June and December. J...

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. — 17 November 1892

HERALD AND TSIBIE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUTE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN.; NOV. 17, 1892. In England the allies of the Demo cratic party are filled with joy over the defeat of the party of America, and are boldly proclaiming the fact. Governor Flower declares positive ly that he will not be a member of the new cabinet This view seems to coin cide exactly with Mr. Cleveland's opin ion on the same question. One effect of the success of the Eng lish party in the election is seen in the closing up of the El wood tin plate and plate glass works, throwing 1,000 work men out of employment. Bcramble, scramble, scramble; Hoot hog or die! All you party workers. Who work for "pie." Nashville Banner. Tub present talk about electing Carl Schurz to the United States Senate is merely a "joke." It doubtles tickles Shurz and doesn't scare the man who is going to get the place. The result of the election can be traced to the worship of the moneyed aristo...

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. — 17 November 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will please briug it In now, before the roads got bad. Bring twenty inch wood. To the Public. Believing that the patronuge which the Herald and Tribuna enjoys can be increased, we have engaged L. W. Ken nedy to canvas the county, and have no doubt as to his kiudly reception by the good people of the county. Mr. Ken nedy is authorized to receipt for money and make contracts for work. Any courtesies shown him will be fully ap preciated by yours truly, The Editor. County Judge II. C. Hart was in town Monday, W. N. Babb, fireman, was at home Sunday. Ike Jobe was down from Johnson's Saturday. ' Rev. C. A. Duncan was here a few days last week. Capt Ross Smith spent Sunday here with his family. Notice another Clerk and Master's Bale in this issue. Mrs. Eva Earnest, of Johnson City, is visiting her son's family. The fruit tree men are abroad in the land in great numbers. It is about time to advertise ...

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. — 17 November 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Nails dipped into soap will drive easily into hard wood. Diversify your crops by raising every thing for, home consumption at home. There would be more vegetarians if there were more cooks who knew how to prepare vegetable foods. Cockroaches shun turpentine, so a few drops sprinkled in their congregat ing places will scatter them. There is a report to the effect that the increasing practice of spraying fruit trees is thinning out the sparrows. In feeding hogs remember that they should be disposed of as soon as they are fat. Keeping them a day beyond that is a loss. The shrewd farmers, who always have a bit of money on hand with which to buy any good place which is to be sold under mortgage, are the "corn raisers." The new Princess strawberry, which originated in Minnesota, was named by the Horticultural Society of that State; it at the same time took first prize over fifteen new seedlings. Is it good economy for the farmer to sell his old fowls at 10 cents a pound...

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. — 24 November 1892

Mackint oshesi E AW. Collars i Stetson Hats. Be assured when you buy Clothing of HOSS & McCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. We carry no ratty, shelf worn or job lot "tff- Our trade demands to See oof UM Men's Boots. Si See our $1.19 Boy's Boots Talk is cheBp but prices talk for them solves. When we say that you can save big money by buying cloth ing from us, we mean it. HOSS & McCALL, LeudiiiK Clothiers. i THE BEST. ' TRUNKS. SHOES. v70L:.XXIV NO. 31. J0NESB.0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, NOV. 24, 1892. ill ii I ' SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE. T LIEECTOET. COUNTY OKKll'KKHi Sheriff-.! I HawkliiH. Circuit Court Ch-rkH It I. Cooper. ' . Cliiilriimn County '.lirt II C IlarU County Court CIitk.IiiooIi Leuli. . Clork ami Mauler W K Young. TriiHteo J A T.linimn. Hester A M NU'Witi't. Oiunty Surveyor T T Yoiiiik. Hupt. Public KcIiimIh-F T Watts. ' Tax AsseHsor J A llrnriKlinw. THE COVBTS: ' Circuit 'Court. .IikIk A J Hrown; At torney Ueiieral, II T Cauipliell ; Clerk...

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. — 24 November 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., NOV. 24, 1892. Tennessee Twinklings has again made its appoarunce, and we hope it will stay this timo. Phadually aud cautiously the Dem ocratic blundorers are letting go of La bor Commiseiouer Peck. The Cabiuot game is opened and, bo iar as Indiana s e.x-uovernor is con cerned, Pusoy wants a corner. V aeh ingtonPost. The great work of turning the ras cals in will begin on the 5th of next March. Good Democrats will go early and avoid the rush. If tho McKinley law depresses in dustry and injures business, us the Democracy has been declaring all the time, it ought to be repealed as quickly us possible. It is rumored that McSweeu will con test the election of Hon. A. A. Taylor to Congress from this district. He would have a monkey and parrot time of it explaining away Taylor's 7,000 majority. When Mr. Cleveland comes to make up his Cabinet he will hardly be per mitt...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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