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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 March 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. OUB CUBBING TERMS. We have made arrangements that will enable u to offer the following Induce ments to new and old subscribers to the Herald and Tribune lor 1898 : Farmers' Frlond and H. and T $1 00 American Farmer and H. and T 10) The Farm Journal and H. and T 1 00 Womankind and the H. and T 1 00 Demoreit's Family Magazine and H.4T 2 60 These terms only apply to those who pay (or 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. To (Jroprs of Tobacco. We have procured a quantity of to bacco seeds of hiany varieties, among which are some, kinds that are being successfully and profitably grown in Greene County, and others sent out by the Agricultural Department in Wash ington. We also have a few pamph lets issued by the Oreeneville Tobacco Association, giving particulars as to the proper mode of culture, handling and marketing. It is our ...

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. — 9 March 1893

THE HOME- AND FARM A hen's nest is the next thing to r pocketbook, when it is full it is valua ble. If we disinfect the nests now and every two weeks heroalter during the season, we will have no tniifs to won . the hens when the weather gets wan. ' The harrow and the roller are anion the most importnto' the farm tools. Without the liberal uho oi both, thr small grain crops can hardly be put in properly. The nests should be so dark inside as to hide the contents almost entirely, and it should be roomy too, so as to prevent the eggs from being crushed by the hens in getting into it Everv farm should have a good gar den. This is comparatively easy now, as garden tools are made so that al most every operation of its cultivation can be performed by horse power, liens like cosy ' nests and plenty of them. To neglcet this point in the care of the flock is a very shortsighted way to look after things. The more seclud ed the nest the better it suits the hen. liens like to lay in seclusion. I...

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 March 1893

It U IN IT? IF SO GO AND BUY V 75c for "Wheat, 50c for Corn, lliM FROM AT 1IOSS & McCALL, Leading Clothiem. HOSS& McCALL, I.oulinn Clothier in film ll'i.l I h 7 131 I M I m. Ill ML XXIV 'NO. 49. IIBEOTOBY. COUNTY officers: rlherlff-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H H L Cooper. Chairman County Court H C Hart. County Court Clerk Jacob I.eab. Clerk and Master W V Young. TriiHtee J A T llaoon. ReglHter A M Htewart. County Hurveyer T T Young. Kupt. Publio Hchoola-F T Watt. Tax Aseor J A Bradahaw. Tn courts:' Circuit' Court. Judge, A J Brown; At torney General, H T Campbell; Clerk, HHL Cooper, Meed firm Monday, in April, August and December. Chakcbrt Court. Chancellor. John P flmllh; Clerk and Master, W F Young. Meets first Monday! In January and July. County Court. Chairman, H C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Leab. Meets first Monday In each month. Law Court, Johnson City. Rame oflloeri tna Circuit Court, and meets Chancery Court at Johnson City meets first Mondays in June and ltncember. JO...

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 March 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO FRANK L. FORNSHELL. - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., MAR. 16, 1893. "Turn the rascals out!" But how about those who are to be turned in V Governor Turney is reported as be ing dangerously ill and it is feared he cannot recover. We are encouraged to go on in our feeble way by the liberality with which some of our exchanges copy our efforts. It it not pleasant for us to dun our subscribers, but it would be pleasant indeed if those in arrears would bring or send us what is due. In retaining present efficient incum bents in office until the expiration of their terms of service, President Cleve land is but following a worthy prece dent established by President Harrison. The Tenth Annual encampment of Department of Tennessee O. A. R. will meet in Harriman next Wednesday, Harriman has made ample prepara tions for entertaining the delegates and excursion rates have been promised on all the roads to all vho wish to attend. ...

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. — 16 March 1893

HERALD AND TftliOE. OCB CLUBBING TERMS. 7e havo made arrangements that will enable us to offer the following induce ments to new ana old subscribers to the Herald and Tribune tor 1893 : Farmers' Friend and H. and T $1 oo American Karmer and H. and T 1 01 The Farm Journal and H. and T 1 00 Womankind and the H. and T 1 oo Demorest's Family Magaxlneaud H.4 T 2 BO These terms only apply to those who pay for one year in advance. Those of our subscribers who wish tfl pay their subscriptions in wood will greatly oblige us by bringing it in as soon as convenient Bring twenty inch wood. To Growers of Tobacco. We have procured a quantity of to bacco seeds of many varieties, among whiohare some kinds that are being uccessfully and profitably grown in Greene County, and others sent out by the Agricultural Department 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 is our 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. — 16 March 1893

THE HOME AND FARM New Jersey is every year becoming; more and more a horticultural and dai ry State. W. P. Massey, of the North Carolina station, names Henderson's Dwarf Li ma bean as the best for his latitude. In ten years upwards of 1,030,000 have been appropriated by the New York LegiHlature for agricultural pur poses. -' Save all the poultry droppings. These will be valuable as a top dressing for vegetables next season- The care with which this manure is saved will deter mine its value. Keep wood ashes away from it and keep it dry. A plan that has succeeded well consists in placing the droppings as fast as gathered up in a water tight kez or barrel provided with a cover, and sprinkling over the manure a shovelful or two of loam. The latter deodorizes the mass and prevents loss. Prof. Dean, of the Ontario Agricul tural station, says on the subject of land plaster in stables: "We use con stantly on our floors a liberal quantity of land plaster or gypsum, which has three effects: 1...

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 March 1893

RUIN IT? IF SO GO AND BUY 75c for Wheat, 5()c for Corn, II likliihL j hi i n ilTsl ti A 1,1 V V III 111 FROM & IMoOALL, Leading Clothiers. 1C, & McCALL, Letulinu Clothiers --'J : . ' OL XXIV NO. 50. IISEOIOET. county officers: Hherlir-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H II I. Cooper. Cbatrmnn County Court H C Hart. County Court Clark Jacob fatah, Clerk and Mauler W F Young. TrusteeJ A T llaoon. Register A M Hlewart. County Hurveyer T T Young. Hupt. Public Mohonls F T Walls. Tax Assessor J A Bradshaw. Tn courts: Circuit CotiRT.-Judge, A J Brown; At torney General, H T Campbell; Clerk, 8 H L Cooper. Meet first Mondays in April, August and Deoember. Ciianckry COCRT.-Chanoellor, John P Hmlth; Clerk and Master, W F Young. Meets first Mondays In January and July. County Cockt. Chairman, H C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Leab. Meets first Monday In each mouth. Law Court. Johnson Cltv. Hume officers an nie uireuu i ouri, ana meets Chancery Court at Johnson City meets unit aioiiuays in June aim ...

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 March 1893

H' RAID AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., MAR. 23, 1893. Our thanks are due lion. J. A, West for public documents. The Secretary of the Navy has de clared against the discharge of skilled workmen on account of politics. His decision is coiumendanle. The Democratic majority in the Sen ate have completed the organization ot the committees, and as was to be ex pected, the Republicans are not in it at all. We greatly regret to know of the mis fortune that has befallen brother Fran cis, of the Southwest Virginia News, of Marion. The entire outfit was re cently destroyed by fire. If sympathy is worth anything the unfortunate edi tor is rich indeed. The consolidation of the Chattanooga Press and Chattanooga Republican, which occurred recently, is a good idea. Two Republican papers in the place were too many. Now let the members of the party go and do likewise and great good will come of it. Success to the comp...

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 March 1893

HERALD AND TRIBWiE. OUR CLUBBING TERMS. We have made arrangementaihat will enable us to offer the lollowing induce ments co new an i old subscribers to tbe Herald and Tribune for 1803 : Farmers' Friend and H. ami T $1 00 American Farmer and H. and T 10' The Kami Journal and II. and T I 00 Womankind and the II. and T 1 uu Demoresl's Family Manuzlnound II. A T 2 BO These terms only apply to those who "y lor one year in auvance. Those of our subscribers who wish to pay tnoir subscriptions in wood will greatly oblige us by bringing it in as soon as convenient, llnng twenty inch wouu. Wait for the new millinery. 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. Bam D. Stuart II. H. McPherson is a first class man on watches. A, K. Brown, of Bristol, was in our town Saturday. Rev. Mr. Robertson is occupying A. T. Dosser's house. Mrs. R. M. May was visiting friends in ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 23 March 1893

THE HOME AND FARM This a good year to economize; every year is good for that; one can econo inize without being stingy. Feed and water bhoui.i bo huudy when the sitting hen cornea off to tuko her airing this cool weather. ou don't save a cent's worth of axle grease at the expense of your team, do you? It is penny wise and pound fool ish. Statistics prove farmers to average longer lives than most other workers ; a fact due to the even lives they lead and steady employment all the year round. Better relieve pussy of her present family before their eyes are open. She can rear one cheaper next fall when the young broods cf chicks are too large to be a temtpation to her. Eggs from a flock of hens that are kept busy and fed with wholesome food will be fertile and produce lusty chicks whether the flock have their liberty or are confined in small yards. A good garden fence will be a tem per saver, and will also save the "green things growing all around'Mnside when the festive hens set out t...

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. — 30 March 1893

SPRING. Mmi Line Cling EVER BROUGHT TO JOSESHOKO. HOSS & McCALL, Leading Clothier. ' V V7 V V V NT 'NT 'JT f A 'XVy ' 111 mmom am mum city, teto, tmuksuIy. march so, i893. ""IHlIinniS COUNTY OFFICERS: Sheriff-.! I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk M II L Cooper. Chairman County Court H C llart. County Court Clerk Jnoob Ihu. Clork and Master W F Younit. Tnmtee-J A T Haoon. Holster A M Htewart. County Hurveyer T T Young. HiipU Public Hhools-F T Watts. Tax Assessor J A Uradshaw. Tin courts: Circuit CovmT.-Judfwv A J Brown; At torney Genral, H T Cum pbell ; Clerk, H II L Cooper. Meeu Drat Mondays in April, Chahckry CouRT.-Cbancellor, John P Smith; Clerk and Master, W F Young. Meet first Mondays In January and July. County CoURT.-Chalrraan, II C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Leah. Meets first Monday In each month. Law Court, Johnson City. Same ofllcers as the Circuit Court, and meets Chancrry Court at Johnson City meets first Mondays In June and JJeeember. JONESBOHO TAXING DISTRICT! Mayor James H F....

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 March 1893

i HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every .Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL. - Editoe. JONESBORO, TENN., MAR. 80, 1893. The penitentiary bill has passed both branches of the Legislature and only requires the Governor's signature to become a law. Paternalism in our Government is a crime and a disgrace so long as it is applied to our own wage workers, but is all right when extended to the same class of foreigners. The reorganization of the Senate as far as elective officers are concerned, is still hanging fire with a probability of go ing over until the next regular session, which will be in December. Judge Lubton, of Tennessee, has been nominated by the President as United States Circuit Judge to fill the vacancy occasioned by Judge Jack son ' promotion to the Supreme bench. A special extra session of Congress has only been called by newly inaugu rated Presidents four times in the last fifty years. Of the four three were ne cessitated by the failure of the outgo ...

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. — 30 March 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. OUR CLUBBING TEBHS. 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 1898 : Farmors' Friend and H. and T $1 00 American Farmer and H. and T i 0) The Farm Journal and II. and T 1. ( Womankind and the H. and T 1 DO Deinorest's Family Magaiine and H.AT 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. Buy your plaster of S. H. Anderson. We are selling lamps at cost. Sam D. Stuart H. H. McPherson is a first class man on watches. Col. Reeves fine new barn is nearing completion. If your watch is out of order take it to H. II. McPherson. T. J. Peples spent Sunday wit...

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. — 30 March 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, A dirty barnyard is a thing to be dis . oouraged. Hoe your current bushes as you do the rest of the plants in the garden. Peas may be planted as soon as the ground is open enough to receive the aeed. ' The Bush lima bean has stood the test now of several seasons in many different localities. An English grape grower has 25 acres of vines under glass. He gets 60 cents a pound for his grapes. Pour boiling water over raisins, and let them stand a moment before seed ing. It lessens the labor wonderfully. In sowing grass and clover on poor land, do not be stingy with the seed. The poorer the land and the rougher it is, the more peed it requires. A Mississippi man who has counted the number of seeds in a bushel of va rious grains, found that corn went 72, 180; wheat '830,000; peas, 109,000; cot tou seed,' 164,186. By judicious feeding, well bred two year old steers may be made to weigh upward of two pounds for each day of their lives. At that rate of gain beef prduction ...

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. — 6 April 1893

o SPRING- Mmi Line CWUig EVER BROUGHT TO JOXESBORO. HOSS & McCALL, Lending Clothiei-H. 4S1 DON'T- - THINK OF BUYING A ' SPRING SUIT! Until You Soo Our Liiie Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, e Ijt'iwliim Clothier VOL. XXIV NO. 52. U0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL C, 1803. SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE friln it I ft 1 H in 9 BXBE0T0BY. county orricKKs: HherlfT-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H H L Cooper. Chairman County Court H C Hart. County Court Clerk Jacob Leab. Clerk and Mauler Vf V Young. Trust J A T Bacon. Register A M Htewart. County Hurveyer T T Young. Bupt. l'uhllo Hchools F T Watts. Tax Assessor J A Bradshaw. the courts: Circuit Coort Judge, A J Brown; At torney Ueneral, II T Campbell; Clerk, H 11 L Cooper. Meets first Mondays In April, August and December. Crahcrry Court. Chancellor, John P Smith; Clerk and Master, W V Young. Meets first Mondays In January and July. County Court. Chairman, H C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Leau. Meets first Monday In each month. Law 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. — 6 April 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FBANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. J ONESBORO, TENN., APRIL 6, 1893. It is now said that an extra sess ion of Congress will be called in September. The State Senate has passed the House bill fixing the age of consent at sixteen years. Jambs D. Pobtfr, ex-Governor of Tennessee, has been appointed En voy Extraordinary to Chili. Thb President has appointed, and the Senate confirmed, Thomas P. Bayard, of Delaware, Ambassador to Great Britain. The appointment of W. K. McAl lister to be Associate Justice on the Supreme Bench of Tennessee is spo ken of very highly. A bill has been passed in the Leg islature providing that election tick ets may vary one sixteenth of an inch in width and one eighth of an inch in length. Thi United States Supreme Court has decided that the line established between Virginia and Tennessee in 1803 is the boundary, and must be respected &b suck In the appointment by Governor Turney of Frank...

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. — 6 April 1893

rTnvaw. uHjUALU AflD TK K NK OUB CLUBBING TEEMS. Ve 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." ii oo American Farmer and II. and T i n, The arm Journal and H. and T l oo Womankind and the H. and T 1 on Demorest'i Family Magazine and II. d T 2 00 These terms only apply to those who yaj iur one year in advance. Stuart's remedies are the best . Easter Sunday was a grand day. For furniture call on" Dosser Bros. The Home Comfort range is the best. April showers are quite common now. Justices' blanks for sale at this office. Buy your plaster of 8. H. Anderson. We are selling lamps at cost. Sam D. Stuart. II. H. McPherson is a first class man on watches. T. P. Britton was among our callers last Monday. W. P. McCall has moved in with Wright Hoss. Money saved, by buying millinery at M. V. Russell's, W. C. J. Catin, of Concord, N. C. was here last week. Our friend...

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. — 6 April 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, An old graue vine does not require manure close to the stem as the small roots are farther away. Pruning is always necessary to re store the balance af ler the partial loss of be roots in removing. For rooting the best cutting of a plant it a shoot of new growth, made just before it grows woody. If your trees are to be shipped Borne distance, arrange to have them packed in boxes rather than bales. The rhubarb and asparagus plants will be the better for a good covering of coarse manure at this time. Ashes, salt and lime are recommend ed as being very beneficial to trees, and a sure cure for the aphis. When plants are wanted the runners should be encouraged, but when fruit Is desired, tap them cut off. Qiv trees plenty of room if you would have them vigorous and thrifty, and bear large, well matured fruit. MAKING) HOTBEDS. It is not an easy t&Bk to be always successful in making hotbeds, especi ally if they are to be made early in the season. I prefer for this p...

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. — 13 April 1893

: '. : .:. ... V- SPRING. somssb - Litis Clothing. hi ETER DROUGHT TO JOSESHORO. HOSS & McCALL, . Leading ClothldrH. VOL XXV N0.1. HBECTOEY. ruiiWTT OFFICERS! Hberiff-J I Hawkins. vircuit uouri triers: N 11 i, cooper. Chairman County Court H C llart. (bounty Court Clerk Jacob Iab. Clark and Munltr-W V Younir. Trustee J A T Haoon. Register A M Stewart. County Hurveyer T T Young. Hupt. Public Hehnols F T Wutts. Tax Assessor J A Bradshaw. th courts: Circuit ConRT.-Judge, A J Brown; At torney General, H T Campbell; Clerk, HHL Cooper. Meets first Mondays In April, August and December. Chanckry CouRT.-Chancellor, John P flintth; Clerk and Master, W V Young. Meets (lrst Mondays In January and July. County Court. Chairman, H C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Leah. Meets first Monday In eaoh month. Law Court, Johnson City. Same officers as the Clroult Court, and meets Cii ancery Court at Johnson City meets first Mondays in June and December. JONEHHORO TAXING DISTRICT: Mayor James H Enps. Recorder H 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. — 13 April 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., APRIL 13, 1883. The Legislature adjourned last Monday. ' We are again under obligations to our friend John Campbell for late Denver papers. It is reported that Secretary of State Gresham is in the dumps, and has threatened to take his dolls and quit playing with Grover. The record Bome of the Democrats in the Legislature are making for their party on the purchase of regis. tration certificates is not enviable. I he Nashville Banner has quit boarding and has gone to housekeep ing again. It's new spring dress is a handsome one, and the paper is truly a thing of beauty, and we truist it may be a joy forever. From the action of the majority in the State Senate on the bill to pre vent the purchase and sale of regis tration certificates, it seems that the dominant party have faith in the re mark of Senator Bullock when he declared that "in some counties in "Vest Tenne...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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