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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 January 1893

?! . K. ! u Si 4 ; it HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Ol'R CLCBBINU TERMS. AVe have made arrangements that will enable ug to offer the following induce ments to new and old subscribers to the Herald and Tribune for 1893 : Farmers' Friend and H. and T (1 00 American Farmer and H. and T 1 01 The Kami Journal and 11. and T 1 (10 Womankind and tho II. and T 1 (10 DcmoreHl's Kainlly Miignxincnnd H.& T 2 HO These terms only apply to those who pay for one year in advance. Those of our subscribers who wish to pay their subscriptions in wood will greatly oblige us by bringing it in as soon as convenient. Bring twenty inch wood. Stuart's remedies are the best. For furniture call on DoBser Bros. The Home Comfort range ig the best. We are selling lamps at cost. Sam D. Stuart. II. II. McPherson is a first class man on watches. Buy your horse collars, halters, &c , of S. H. Anderson. If your watch is out of order take it to II. II. McPherson. , The Baptist church, is now finished up ready for occupan...

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. — 26 January 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONESBORO W. C. T. U. ALCOHOL AS A MEDICINE. ( The ii'omiucouH plan of giving alco holic BtimulnutH is really, iu a large de gree, tlio force of habit aud has no foundation in modern science or in good practice. It lias survived from those days when people took rum and applejack to keep out the cold; to keep out the heat: to help the appetite; to take the place of food; to wish health to a friend; to keep up the spirits, in fact to do anything that any one who liked its pleasant taste wished to im agine. We do not mean by this to say that alcohol is not available as a medicine. We believe that as such it fills a very important although a narrow sphere in the hands of the skilful and conscien tious practitioner. It may also be of service'in other hands to meet sudden shock, where nothing else is at hand. But what we insist upon is that it is very rarely useful for sudden illness or pain in the hands of the public to a de gree that should give it preferenc...

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. — 2 February 1893

Macintoshes i liaison Hals i E. 4 W. Collars MEN'S FINE CLOTHING, BOY'S FINE CLOTHING, CHILDREN'S FINE CLOTHING, FINE FURNISHING COOOS, FINQIRY FINE OUR PRICES. HOSS & McCALI . J-itMtdmu Clothiers. VOL XXIV NO. 43. riEEOTOEY. roi'NTY okfickkh: Sheriff J I HiiwkiiiH. Circuit ('onrt t'lerkH H Ij Coonr. Chulriimii t'outity Court II C Hart. County Court Clerk Jiiroh I,nh. Clerk and Muster W V Young. Trustee J A T lliienn. RcKlHter A M HU-wart. County Surveyor T T Young. HupU I'ubllo HuIiimiIm F T Watts. Tux Assessor J A ltriultthaw. Tint courts: Cikci'IT Coi'RT. Judge, A J Brown; At torney General, II T Cuuinlwll ; Clerk, S H L Cooper. Meets first Mondays In April, August and December. Chanckrv CorRT. Chnncellor, John P Smith; Clerk and Master, W V Young. Meets first Mondays In January and July. County Court. Chairman, II C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Ieab. Meets first Monday In each mouth. Law Court, Johnson City. Same ollluera as the Circuit Court, and meets Chancery Court at Johnson City ...

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. — 2 February 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, . - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., FEB. 2, 1893. JAMES G. BLAINE. The following article is from the pen of Murat Halsteud, a gentleman who has been intimate with Mr. Blaine for years, and who is no doubt fully com petent to speak of the dead statesman, his past hopes and ambitions, his de sires and intentions, and will be read with satisfaction by the friends of the . illustrious dead. Though the death of James O. Blaine has been expected from day to day and hour to hour for months, the event is a shock. The simple words from Wash ington strike with solemnity the people to whom his fame is an inheritance. For many days there has been no hope in the dispatches that have formally stated his condition as unchanged. Evidently, since the official bulletin announcing organic disease, there could be but one result, and it hascome. The genius of James U. Blaine was the expression of an organism niarvel...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 February 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. OUR CLl'BDINU TERMS. "We have made arrangements that will enable us to offer the following induce ments to new and old subscribers to the Herald and Tribune for 1893 : Farmers' Friend and II. and T $1 00 American Farmer and U. and T 1 0) The Farm Journal and II. and T 1 00 Womankind and the II. and T 1 00 Deniorest's Family Magazine and 11.4 T 2 ttt) These terms only apply to those who pay for one year in advance. Thone of our subscribers who wish to pay their subscriptions in wood will greatly oblige us by bringing it in as soon as convenient. Bring twenty inch wood. Stuart's remedies are the best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. The Home Comfort range is the best. We are selling lamps at cost. Gam D. Stuart. H. H. McPherson is a first cIsbb man on watches. Buy your horse collars, halters, &o , of S. H. Anderson. C. M. Davis returned from Texas and Memphis Saturday. If your watch is out of order take it to II. H. McPherson. Mrs. Crutchfield, arrived Tuesd...

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 February 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN, EDITED BY JONESBORO W. C. T. U. MARCUS MANNING'S FIRST LESSON IN rOLITICS. BY MR8. A. E. 6IOSBEK. It was on the Sunday following elec tion that Marcus Manning, dressed in his first suit of boys' clothes, was walk ing baok and forth on the front porch, impatiently waiting for the bell to ring before he could start to Sabbath school. In his complete new suit, with a button hole bouquet neatly pinned on his coat, he looked the miniature gentlemen that he really was. Bright, attractive and handsome, and being the only child, his parents felt very proud of him, So absorbed was he about his appearance that he did not see another boy not much bigger than himself, who stood by the fence intent ly watching him. Not until a voice called, "Hello! be you a crank?" did he see that he was not alone. "What did you sayV" 'I said, be you a crank?" "No, I'm Marcus Manning. Who are you?" "I'm Billy Denning; we live on Clark street. Be your paw a crank?" ' "No, my papa is an express ...

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. — 16 February 1893

RUIN IT? IF SO GO AND BUY . 75c for "Wheat, 50c for Corn, FROM HOSS&MoCALL. Leading Clothiers, AT IIOSS & MoCALL, IjetuUns Clothier VOL. XXIV NO. 45. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, FEB. 10, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Cloii&FMiiiGoofls IIBECTOBY. county okfickkb: Hherlff-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H H I, Cooper. Chairman County Court II C Hurt. County Court Clerk Jacob Leab. Clark and Master W K Young. Truntee J A T Hacon. Keg-Uter A M Htewart. County Hurveyer T T Young. Hupt. I'ubllo Schools-F T Walts. Tax Assessor J A Bradshaw. tub courts: Circuit Court. Jndire, A J Brown; At torney General, H T Campbell; Clerk, M H h Cooper. Meets first Mondays In April, AuKUStand Decemlier. Ciiakckky CoCKT. Chancellor, John P fitiitth fi.ilr un.l l,.ul... U L V. ....... Meets tlrst Mondays In January and July. ' CorjiTY Coiikt. Chairman, H 0 Hart; . Clerk, Jacob Leab. Meets flrst Monduy In ! each month. Law Court, Johnson City. Bams officers j as the Circuit Co...

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. — 16 February 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., FEB. 16, 1893. After all the bandwich Islands are but a bite. Old Glory now floats over Hawaii, and long may she wave. Our Legislature has adjourned until after 0 rover's inauguration. Mrs. Whitney, wife of the ex-Secretary of the Navy under Cleveland, died last week. The fee system of Tennessee seems to be doomed, and many long faces are to be seen in the land. The Malone Fee Bill has passed the House nd now the patriotic office seek ers are wailing and weeping. Many of our selfmade men place their imprint in the most conspicuous place, when none at all is needed. While the Democratic party preach free trade for votes, Congressmen of the same persuasion oppose it in legis lation. Tell me, ye winged winds, That round the corners roar, Will women wear big hoops again, Before the summer is o'er? A statce of salt representing the Goddess of Liberty is to be exhibit...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 February 1893

HERALD' AND " TRIBUNE OCR CLUBBING TERMS. V e have made arrangements that will enable us to offer the following induce ments to new and old -subscribers to the Herald and Tribune for 1893 : Farmers' Friend and H. and T $1 00 American Farmer and H. and T I 03 The Furm Journal and II. and T. ........ 1 00 Womankind and the II. and T 1 00 Demorest'i Family Magazine and II. A T 2 60 These terms only apply to those who pay for one year in advance. Those of our subscribers who wish to pay their subscriptions in wood will greatly oblige us by .bringing it in as soon as convenient Bring twenty inch wood. ' ... Stuart's remedies are the best. For furniture Call on Dosser Bros. The Home Comfort range is the best. Justices' blanks for sale at this office. We are selling lamps at cost. Sam D.Stuart Herbert McPherson spent last Friday in Bristol. ; - - . The Red Letter Sales are in full blast atR. M. May's. Sam Cate was down from Bristol last week a few days,. . Sam Dawes, of Knoxville, was in o...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 February 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, The blossoms of the plant from which coffee Is obtained is white. It grows to about the height of ten feet and the fruit is of a bright ret! color. The feeding value in the corn cob when ground lies chiefly in its mineral and mechanical elements. The potash in it goes to the manure pile and is of more value than the feeding element. POULTEV NOTES. Contentment, rest and plenty of prop er food are the best aids in fattening fowls. Strictly choice fowls that are known to be such command good prices all the year round in the city markets. The chicks of all breeds are nearly all of the same size until they weigh a pound, so that for broilers breed counts but little. Giving a little bone meal in their feed is one of the best remedies for leg weakness. It is not necessarily a dan gerous disease. A good work can be done in keeping down lice in the poultry house if care is taken to whitewash the inside regu larly every month or six weeks. It is not often that a hen will wa...

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. — 23 February 1893

It U IN-IT? IP SO 00 AND BUY 75c ibr "Wheal, 50c for Corn, CliliH&FDFElsiiMs FROM ' HOSS & MoCALL. Zjeadlns Clotixiers. AT HOSS & McCALL, Ijeitdir.ur Clothiers VOL. XXIV NO. 46. JONESBORO AND JOHNSON. CITY. TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. FEB. 23, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Hi EISECTOBY. COUNTY 0FF1CEB8: Hheriff-J I Hawkins. Clroult Court Clerk 8 H li Cooper. Chairman County Court H C Hart. County Court Clerk Jacob Ijeab, Clerk and Master W F Young. Trustee J A T Itncon. Register A M Stewart. . County Hurveyer T T Young. HupU Publlo Hchools F T Watts. Tax Assessor J A Bradshuw. TUB COCHTS! Circuit Court. Judge, A J Brown: At torney General, H T Campbell; Clerk, SHL Cooper. Meet first Mondays in April, August and December. Chancery Court. Chancellor, John P Bmlth; Clerk and Master, W F Young. Meeti first Monday In January and July. County Coukt. Chairman, H C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Lean, Meets first Monday In each mouth. , Law Court, Johnson City. Same officers at the Circuit Court, and...

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. — 23 February 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., FEB. 23, 1803. There Beemsjto be a screw loose in the University of Tennessee, and an in vestigation is in order. The appointment of Judge Jackson to the Supreme Bench was confirmed by the Senate last Saturday. Not one dissenting vote was recorded. In Chicago the keepers of saloons and places of amusement are united in their efforts to have the World's Fair closed on Sunday. They argue that if it is kept open it will detract largely from their patronage. The Legislature of Alabama has pass ed the Sayer election bill. Its effect will be to disfranchise illiterate negro voters to the number of about 40,000. The bill was opposed by the Populist members of the Legislature. A bill has been introduced in the Texas Legislature making lynching le gal. This is not strange. Any com' munity, tbe morals ol wnicn are so loose as to render possible such deeds sb led to the rec...

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. — 23 February 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. OI R CLUBBING TERMS. "We have made arrangement! that will enable us to offer the following induce nients to new and old subscribers to the Herald and Tribiue for 1803 : Farmers' Friend and H. and T $1 00 American Farmer and H. and T 1 0) The Farm Journal and H. and T v.. 100 Womankind and the 11. and T 1 00 Demorest's Family Mugasilne and H. A T 2 80 These terms only apply to those who pay for one year in advance. Those of our subscribers who wish to pay their subscriptions in wood will greatly oblige us by bringing it in as soon as convenient Bring twenty inch wood. Our letter from Douglas Shed is un avoidably crowded out, but will ap pear next week. Stuart's remedies are the best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. The Home Comfort range is the best Joe Brown, of' Chattanooga, was up Friday. We are selling lamps at cost. Sam D. Stuart. II. H. McPherson is a first class man on watches. The Red Letter Sales are in full blast atR. M. May's. If your watch Is out of...

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. — 23 February 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN, EDITED BY JQNESBORO W. C. T. U. TOBACCO, CHOLERA., AND TUEIR CON TAGIONS. -- BY GEORGE II. POWELL. The eminent Dr. Lizars say : "During the prevalence of cholera I have had repeated opportunities of observing that individuals addicted to the ue of tobacco are more disposed to attacks of the disease, and generally in its most maligant and a fatal form." Dr. Wiliard Parker, long at the head of the medical profession in New York City, said: ' "All who smoke or chew, are more apt to die iu epidemics than other people." Dr. O. M. Stone, of Boston.said: "The idea that tobacco prevents diseases is an error. A tobacco user's chances of recovery from any malignant disease are lessened fifty per cent. " ' Capt 0. B. Pettingill, who for many years commanded vessels trading be tween Boston and Cuba, Mexico and South America, Baid: "Verv few tobac co usors recover from yellow fever. I once lost half my crew with it in Ha vana. Every man who died used to bacco, and every one wh...

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. — 2 March 1893

RUIN IT? IF 80 GO AND BUY 75c for Wheat, 50c for Corn, -Mr Cliii&Fnri AT FROM HOSS & McCALL. Leading Clothiers. VOL. XXIV NO. 47. DIEECTCEY. COOHTY OKFICRr.S: HherlfT J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H II L Cooper. Chairman County Court H C Hurt. County Court Clerk Jacob Lenb. Clerk and Master W Y Young. Trustee J A T Bacon. KeKlster A M Htuwart. County Kurveyer T T Young. Hupt. Pubtto Hchools-F T Watts. Tax Assessor J A Bradshaw, the courts: Circuit Coxjkt. JudKi A J Brown; At torney General, II T Campbell; Clerk, HHL Cooper. Meets first Mondays In April, August and December. Chakckrt Court. Chancellor. John P Bniltli: Clerk and Master, W V Young. Meets first Mondays In January and July. County Coukt. Chairman, H C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Leab. Meets first Monday in each month. Law Court, Johnson City. name officers as the Circuit Court, and meets Chancery Court at Johnson City meets first Mondays In June and December. J0NESHOHO TAXING DISTRICT: Mayor James II Epps. Recorder 8 B...

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. — 2 March 1893

HEBALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editok. JONESBORO, TENN., MAR. 2, 1803. To Our Correspondents. We would be pleased if all our cor respondents in the county would make a special effort to report the condition of the wheat in their respective neigh borhoods, and send such reports to us not later than March 13. General Beauregard died on Mon day, the 20th. Next Saturday Mr. Cleveland will take the oath of office and it will then be President Cleveland and ex-President Harrison. The administration of President Har rison will occupy a place in the history of this country second to none, and will be noted as embracing a period of unexampled prosperity and unusual business success. Mb. Gresham is undoubtedly famil iar with the old adage that "a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush." It is said he will hold on to his present position until after his confirmation as a member of the new cabinet The present high price and un...

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. — 2 March 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. OUR CLUBBING TERMS. ye have made arrangements that will ename us to offer the following induce ments to oew and old subscribers to tne uerald and Tribune lor 1803 : Farmers' Friend and H. and T $1 00 American Farmer and 11. and T 1 01 The Farm Journal and H. and T 1 00 womankind and the H. and T 1 00 Demoreat's Family Magaxlne and H. 4 T 2 00 These terms only apply to those who laj iui vug jrcar iu auvuuvu. Those of our subscribers who wish to pay their subscriptions in wood will greatly oblige us by bringing it in as soon as convenient. Bring twenty inch wuuu. To Growers of Tobacco. We have procured a quantity of to bacco seeds of many varieties, Among which are some kinds that are being successfully and profitably grown in , Greene County, and others sent out by the Agricultural Depurtment in Wash ington. We also have a few pamph lets issued by the Greeneville Tobacco Association, giving particulars as to the proper mode of culture, handling and marketing. It i...

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 March 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, Keep rubbish away from the trees or mice will be almost bure to get to gnaw ing them. . Crude petroleum is better than the refined for use in and around poultry quarters. Sprinkle flour of sulphur or powder ed tobacco leaves ir. the nests of laying and sitting hens. A wet, heavy clay is undesirable iu the garden. It is harder to prepare and later in warming up. Almost any kind of stock will injure a young orchard ; keep out until the trees are well established. One advantage is that the products or tne poultry yard are alwavs in de maud, the prices generally depending on the quality. If your" fowls have contracted the habit of eating eggs, put the laying nests in dark, secluded places, and gather the eggs frequently. A variety of grasses make a better pasture than one, two or three, because they give a longer season. Trv to have both early and late growing varieties in the mixture when you teed Breed, feed and weed is the motto of the successful breeder. Not every...

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. — 9 March 1893

RUIN IT? IF 80 GO AND BUY II i Too for Wheat, 50c for Corn, FROM HOSS&MoCALL, Loading Clothiers. AT 9W HCSS & McCALL, I.eiulhiu Clothier Ittav V w JViv III I M IH H ITOL. XXIV NO. 48. HBECTOEY. COCKTY OPFICERS: HherlflT-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk 8 II L Cooper. Chairman County Court H C Ilart. County Court Clerk Jacob Leab. Clerk and Manter-iw F Young. Truiitee-J A T Baoon. llKlstr A M Htewart. County Hurreyer T T Yoiins;. Hupt. Publlo (School V T Wattl. Tax Assessor J A liradsbaw. THB COURTS! Circuit CorRT.-Judge, A JBrnwp; At torney Ueneral, 11 T Campbell ; Clerk, NHL Cooper. Meets first Mondays In April, August and December. Chanckry Court. Chancellor. John P Hmilh: Clerk and Mastor, W V Young. Meets first Mondays In January and July. vuuhtt i-uuKT. cnairman, n u nan; . Clerk, Jacob Leab. Meets first Moudny in eaoh month. Law Court, Johnson City. Name officers I as the Circuit Court, and meets Chancrry Court at Johnson City meets Oral Mondays In June and December, ,...

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. — 9 March 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the :herald and tribune co. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., MAR. 0, 1898. To Our Correspondents. We would be pleased if all our cor respondents in the county would make u special effort to report the condition of the wheat in their respective neigh borhoods, and send such reports to us not later than March 18. Tug bill that was introduced in the Legislature to regulate the dogs of the 'State did not become a law. Tn bicycle girl nnd the crinoline It certainly does puzzles us. Which will she choose and which deollneT She can't uso both 'twould raise a mug. By a decisive majority the Kansas Legislature voted the franchise to wo men, and all that is necessary to make it a law is the Governor's signature, which will be affixed. The death of ex-Governor Bishop, of Ohio, which occurred last Thursday, was no surprise to his friends. He was iin his eighty first year and had beon in loor health for some time. The present speaker o...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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