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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 April 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. OUR CLUBBING TERMS. We have made arrangements that will enable us to oiler the following induce ments to new and old subscribers to the Herald and Tribupe for 1803 : Farmers' Friend and H. and T 11 00 Amerioan Farmer and H. and T 1 0) The Farm Journal and U. and T. ........ 1 00 Womankind and the H. and T 1 00 Demorest's Family Magazine and 11. A. T 2 00 These terms only apply to thoce who pay for one year in advance. Stuart's remedies are the best . For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Buy your plaster of S. H. Anderson. The juicy pieplant is iu the market. Millinery at popular prices, at M. V. Russell's. II. H. McPherson is a first class man on watches. J. R. Russell is now on the road with a range wagon. If your watch is out of order take it to II. H. McPherson. Some fine horses were purchased in this market last week. Henry and Will Brownlow came home Wednesday morning. S. H. Anderson has just received a car of fresh ground plaster. Nolachucky neighborhood was ...

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. — 13 April 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, There is no interest in the United States that has suffered so much as that of the roads. The roads of this country have not kept pace with the other improvements, and anything that will encourage and stimulate the people to the necessity of not only bet ter paving in the cities but of more substantial country roads, will con tribute a great deal to the earning pow rof our people. Hon. James Kerr, Clerk of the House of Representatives, in Memorial to Congress on Road Ex hibit at World's Columbian Exposi tion. .,.... , . ABOUT COUNTY KOAD8. The roadbed, through a wet and swampy country, and where the sur face of the land on either side is high er than the surface of the road, will be come wet from the 'moisture which oaks np front jthq bottom, . the source of the water on each side being higher than the road! Such roads will in the spring and other wet weather become impassable.' The only way to drain such a road is longitudinally, with three inch drain pipes runni...

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. — 20 April 1893

feral Vm Mim ETEB BROUGHT TO JOKESBORO. II0S3 & HcCALL, Leading Clothier. fOL.xxy NO. 2. coowtv orriCKMi Hhcrlff-J I Hawkins. Circuit CourlClerk S H L Cooper. Chairman County Court H C Hart. County Court Clerk Jacob Leah. Clerk and Manter-W r Young. Trustee J A T Baeon. ltegliter-A M Stewart. County HurveyerT T Young. Hupt. Pulilie Hcnoola F T Watts. Tax Assessor J A Bradihaw. THB COCBTSI CimctiT CotmT.-Judee, A J Brown At urney uenenu, it 1 VI Sooner. Meeta tint HL cooper. Meeta rirsl Monday In April. August and December. Chanckry Covit. Chaneetlor, Rrtilth; Clerk and Master, W P Young. jaeeu nrsi Monday in January and July. Cochty CovnT.-Cbalrman, H C Hart: Clerk, Jacob Uab, Meets orsl Monday in each month. , Law Coubt, Johnson City, Hame officers as the Circuit Court, and meets Chancbby Court at Johnson City meet arst Monday In June and December. JOKBSBOBO TAXING DISTRICTI - Mayor James H Epp. Keoorder H B Keefaufer. Marshal J M Campbell. Aldermen J H Epps, T B Britton and .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. — 20 April 1893

HERALD Ai THIBIE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO , FRANK L. FORNSTIELL, Editor. JONESBORO, TENN.. APRIL 20, 1893. So far as heard from the recent frosts have done no damage. The United States Senate adjourn cd last Friday, without day or date. "If any man attempts to haul down the American flag, shoot him on the spot." It is understood that the two Sen tors from Tennessee have asked to be quarantined against the Asiatic cholera, Hawaiian lepers and East Tennessee Democrats. Thi Sevier. Monument, in Knox ville, will be dedicated some time in May. A. S. Collier and Henry Wat terson are announced as speakers on the occasion. Washington County should be well represented. By courtesy of the 'Pullman Car Company the legislature of Tennes see too a trip to Washington City last week. Of course the fact that the Legislature reduced the State tax on the Pullman Company had nothing to do with the free ride. To "cultivate peace, and maintain commerce and navigation in all...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 April 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE: Stuart's remedies are the best For furniture call on Dosser Bros. We are selling lamps at cost. Bam D. Stuart . H. II. McPherson is a first class man on watches. ... Oapt. Ross Smith was off a few days last wcok at court. deo. C. Mottern will sell you bent 8. C rice at 8c per pound. For sale a second hdlleingnTa chine. Call at this oHice. v ', W. II. Burt, of Chattanooga, has ; ooea in town ror several days. 'i Mack H. Dooley, the railroad lawyer, , ms oeen in town lor Beveral days. For patent medicines and anything iu me arug nne call on Sam D. Stuart. vvhyin.it tnat.F. E. Britton sells good so much cheaper than any one ewe. - . Twenty five shares Jonesboro Cotton Mill stock for sale. Call on Chas. A. Reeves. Rev. R, M. Murrell of Greenvilla preached in the Baptist church Sunday evening. . . i Typewriting neatlv and auicklv bxa. cuted by Chas. J. Cate at office of Chas A. Keeves. ' lion. W. P. Brownlow returned from Washington Sunday and will remain nere aw bile...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 April 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN EDITED BY JONESBORO W. C. T. U CRAZED BY DRINK. "Oh, there's plenty of excitement in the life," said the engineer of engine No. 10. "What with the chance of a wreck every mile or bo, a general smash up at the sidings, the giving way of bridgos and the forgetfulness of the dispatcher, all of which is likely to happen, I may say there is no com plaint of monotony in running an en gine. But the worst snap I ever struck in the business was a trip I took one time with a madman. Yes, sir, as wild a lunatio as you'd find chained and strait jacketed in any asylum in the the country. What's the story?. Well, here's to it, and a straight one it is. It was in 1880 that I was serving as fire man under a man named Grady. He was a fine engineer; could do more with an engine than any one I ever saw, and knew hid road like a book. I'd been with him about a year and we got pretty thick, and he was always showing me his little gal's picture and talking about her. His wife was dead a...

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 April 1893

SPRING. DON'T . THINK OF BUYING A SPRING SUIT! Until You See Our Liue Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, Ijpfidiny; CIothire somest Line Clclliif EVEK BROUGHT TO JONESBORO. HOSS&McCALL. ljHiidin Clothier. 'VjOL.XXV.NO. 3. - JQNESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1893. If til film x ji w lyi ill $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. i i - ' '- ' - - ' " ' """ "" DI2ECT0BY. rol'NTY (IPKICKKM: Hherlfl-.T I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H II L Cooper. i'hHl ruiHii County Court II C Jlrt. County Court Clerk Jacob I,eab. Clerk and Master W K Young. Trustee J A T itncon. Register A M Stewart. County Hurveycr T T Young. Hupt. Public Hchools-KT Walts. Tux Assessor.! A Hrndslmw. TIIK I'Ol'HTH! CmrviT Coi'KT. .tudge, A J Brown; At torney llencral, H T Cntnnbell ; Clerk, M II L Cooper. MeeU llrst Mondays In April, August and December, Cii anckiiy Covkt. 'liancellor, John P Bniltli; Clerk mid Master, W r Young. Meets first Mondaya in January and J ill v. County Covkt. Chairman, 11 C Hart; 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. — 27 April 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published erery Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSIIELL, . Editor. TONESBORO, TENN., APRIL 27, 1898. Another trouble between the liiinerH and the Stute haswcurml at Tracy City. We are informed that it in so quiet in Johnson City that one can hoar the interest falling due at mid night. We are glad to know' that Bro. Frances of the Marion, Va., South western News, has got a new outfit and is again issuing the News. May succes attend his efforts. When the promised "purging of the pension roll" begins, it is to be hoped tbjit attention will be given to the case of Gen. J. C. Black, who is drawing $100 a month for "total disability" and at the same time re ceiving $5,000 a year as a Democratic Congressman from Blinois. Globe Democrat. The Memphis Appeal Avalanche says: "The average Republican edi tor has the soul of a pirate." He is just that much better off, if the statement be tine, than the average Democratic editor, as no one has ever been so ra...

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. — 27 April 1893

HKIM.I) AM) TRIBUNE. Stuart's remedies are the best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Winter lingers in the lap of spring. V anted 10,000 lbs. washed wool. Dos M r Bros. II. H. McPherson is a first class man on watches. See Dosser Bros, before selling ashed wool. Mrs. Printup of Rome, Oa., is visit ing relatives here. If your watch is out of order take it to II. H. McPherson. Joe Brown, of Chatanooga, was in ti wn first of the week. Judge Brown is holding court in .lohusou City this week. The E. T. V. and Ga. is putting in new rail from this point east. If the late frost didn't bite your ool we want it. Dosser Bros. For patent medicines and anything in the drug line call on Sam D. Stuart. Why is it .that F. E. Britton sells good so much cheaper than any one else. Merchandise or cash in exchange for butter, eggs and chickens. Dosser Bros. Capt. Ross Smith has greatly iui 1 rovedthe appoareuce of his nice home lately. Some home grown 'garden sass" is coming in, such as lettuce and y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 April 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, It is not th economical and intelli gent fruit-grower who props the limbs of bis trees when the trees are over loaded with fruit The proper plan is to thin out the fruit, and it shonld be done while the fruit is small. When tree bends with the great weight of ex tra duty in supplying food, while the fruit will not be as good as when but a partial crop is borne on the tree. Thin ning the fruit gives more attractive fruit and better prices. There is rough land on almost all our farms where it would pay better to plant nuts, both for timber and for the nuts for market than anything else. A large farm with these trees set on the roadside, perhaps thirty feet from the center of the road and twenty-five feet apart, would sell enough nuts an nually to pay the taxes and leave a surplus for each picker sufficient to pay for the picking. Just why farmers should neglect to properly care for for such trees and suffer loss thereby is strange. To intelligently locate roads for ...

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. — 4 May 1893

SPRING. Handsomest Line Cling EVER BROUGHT TO JONESBORO. HOSS&McCALL. DONT ' THINK OF BUYING A SPRING SUIT! Until You See Our Line Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, I.eudinu: Clothiers 'Lending Clothiers. VOL. XXV NO. 4. I0NESB0RQ AND JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, MAY i, ISIK im lit 11 l1S II 1 li I S i r ' county orru-KuH: Hherlfr-J I ltiiwkinn. Circuit Court Clerk H H L Cooper. Chulrmun County Court II C Hurt. County Court Clerk Jneoh Leal). Clerk Hint Maxter W V Young. Trustee J A T lluoon. HegiNler A M Htewnrt. County Hurveyer T T Youiik. Hunt. Publlo Schools K T Watts. Tux Assessor J A liruilBhaw. Tint coders: Cikcitit Court. Judge. A J Brown: At- torney (lenerul. II T Cuumhell-. Clerk. S 11 L Cooper. Meets flrHt Mondays in April, August aim lieeeiimer. Chanckky Covkt. Chancellor, John P Hmlth; Clerk unil Muster, W V Young. MeetM lirst Mondays in January unci Julv. County Court. Chairman, II C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Louu. Meets first Monday In each month. Law Court, Johnson Cit...

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. — 4 May 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., MAY 4, 1803. We take pleamjre in announcing that Col T. II. Reeves will at once aaKuiue the powtion of editor of the Herald and Tribune, and nothing which we could say by way of intro duction in necessary. Ik Tennessee had a Republican Governor, the ruining troubles would long trince have been adjusted and the standing army discharged. As it ia we have to support an army to do nothing but eat, sleep and draw their pay. Yet not a Democratic paper in the State has the courage to expouse the cause of the tax bur dened people and demand from their Governor a solution of the mining troubles that will justify the with drawal of troops from the mining districts. And why? Because the Democratic newspapers believe that Gov. Turney, having saved the party from death and destruction at the hands of the Farmers' Alliance, is to be endorsed and upheld whether right or wrong so long as his course insures ...

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. — 4 May 1893

N. V HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Stuart's remedies are the bent. For furniture call ou Dosser Bros. . 7 anted 10,000 lbs. washed wool. Dos ser Bros. Senator Jas. A. West was in town Monday. II. II. McPherson is a first class man on watches. II. C. Jackson was up from the river Monday. The Big 8's, held a moeting up town last Thursday night. Mrs. Kyle, of Bristol, is visiting her daughter Mrs. F. 0. Fry. For Bale a second hand sewing ma chine. Call at this office. McBray one of the prisoners in jail Was released on bond last Tuesday. Miss Nellie Lainpson went to Knox ville Thursday, visiting and shopping. We want eggs, butter and chickens for cash or merchandise. Dosser Bros. To have prescriptions carefully com pounded take them to Sam D. Stuart. Why is it that F. E. Britton sells good so much cheaper than any one else. Joe. Turney took several prisoners to the penitentiary, Saturday for various offenses. Twenty five shares Jonesborc Cotton Mill stock for sale. Call on Chas. A. Reeves. Typew...

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. — 4 May 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, FARM PHILOSOPHY. ' The lazy dog is pestered most by the flies. A calf is not valued by the loudness of its bawl. He who leads time by the forelock can sleep well at night. The prettiest blosoms do not always hold the sweetest houey. Growling at the times will not lift the mortgage on your farm. Be the kind of man that you would like to have your boys become. Success is on the hill top, you can not get there without climbing. It is no money in your pocket to fail to make your stables comfortable. ' The sunshine of a glud heart makes the darkest, dreariest day radiant and pleasant There is more solid comfort in a smile than in a whole gross of frowns. It is good economy to smile. If you . get mad go to the looking glass and watch yourself growl, and see how quick you will quit it. . The man who depends on the spur of tne moment often discovers that par ticular moment hasn't any spur. Laainess and labor are brothers ; but the one is married to incentive, and the othe...

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. — 11 May 1893

SPRING. Haiad Line .Gbtiuag EYEii UICOtMI l 10 JOXE.SBOUO. HOSS & MoC ALL, Tjemliinx Clothier. Of,. v Ni;5. '!'l'f"J ' ' Ton yejirs if upn, li,t w!ioiV(' hum to iiv liW c:o it t!m 1 1 ;:c, 1:1 U-i unthorizvil. cciillilcmliil ituknicnt U Ui: "Tion I wn one y-nr old. rv iini :IIM of cniiNimii.ilun. 'iho tiwiur Mild tint I too, woiil-l wioii i!le. tm, , ,ir i.,,;i,rr thought Hint ewii If 1 Uii tdle, I wi n! I never lie 1 time to walk, became i was i Hroli?. ' ''r 'y "n- I hurt my filler m it eatlifreil ami 1 rew out pie of lii hp, if ,! iV.'ri I"V.SL'lf ,0 u break 'e kln. it w.w ure to iiwomo a running sore. I li:ni to take lo:s of mcdwiue. but nothing luii iioue inu ?u much coort as aw, 8;,rsa AYER'S Sarsaparilla Vr, pared by Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Uw.ll, Mum. Cures others, will cure you IIRECTOBY. county orricKKs: Hberlll-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk 8 H I, Cooper. Chairman County Court H C Hart. County Court Clerk Jacob Leab. Clerk and Manter W V Young. TruHtee J A T Bacon. R...

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. — 11 May 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., MAY 11,1893. EDITORIAL NOTICE. In assuming control of the edito rial columns of this paper, as briefly indicated last week by Mr. Forn 8hell, it is due our patrons to say that the change does not effect the business management or local depart ments of the Herald and Tribune, both of which remain under the con trol of Frank L. Fornshell, Business Manager. The Herald and Tribune was established in 1869 as a Repub can newspaper, and will continue to espouse the doctrines of that party as long as the existence of political heresy in ether permanent or tempo rary organizations endanger the peace and prosperity of the country. Turning our eyes from the con flicts of the past we look to the fu ture with unbounded faith in the final triumph of truth and right over falsehood and fraud ; and it will be our purpose to contend for the former and oppose the latter wherever found. The people are honest an...

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. — 11 May 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Stuart's rornedin are the best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Go to MoPherson for watch repaint. . "Wanted 10,000 lbs. washed wool. Dos ser Bros. ; Thos R. Chase of Fordtown was here Monday. H. H. McPherson is a first class man on watches. v - . . Miss Slemons receives new goods every week. If your watch is out of order take it to H. II. McPherson. Call on Miss Slemon if you want a bargain in millinery. See McPherson p stock of watches, pins, rings and chains. S. H. Anderson has the best line of buggies and harness in town. If the late frost didn't bite your wool we want it. Dosser Bros. If your girl wants a nice finger ring go to McPherson and by her one. To have prescriptions carefully com pounded take them to Bam D. Stuart If your watch needs repairing take it to McPhersons ; he will put it in order. Some said Thad Cox had returned ; he has been away, two or three days. Miss Rutledge, near Bristol, has been visiting C. 0. Fry' family for a week. John Shep...

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 May 1893

,1 TEMPERANCECOLUMN. EDITED BY JONESBORO W. C. T. U OUR CHILDREN ON THE SABBATH. A paper read at a mother's meeting of the W. C. T. U. of Jonesboro, Tenn. by Mrs. W. D. Alters. The Commandment " Remember 'the Sabbath day to keep it holy " carries us back to our childhood when, we looked eagerly forward to the first day of the week, as the, best of the seven. No one will deny that thirty, or forty years ao, the day was observed in a far more reverent spirit than it is now. The very air seemed full of piety, and " holiness unto the Lord." We who were childernfet that line, had few temptations to desecrate the day, for the spirit of worship pervaded all the social atmosphere. But since man has sought out many inventions, and progress in worldly attainments is making great strides, and desire to get wealth absorbs the mind, he has en croached on this day that the Lord commanded to be kept holy. In some States there is no law to protect the day, and even here in fair Ten nessee the hindr...

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 May 1893

SPRING. DONT THINK OF BUYING A SPRING SUIT! Uutil You' See Our Line Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, - . livudius Clothiers hlmi h Cling EVER BROUGHT TO J0NESB0UO. HOSS & McCALL. J.auUiin ClothievH. JIT AAtf lj V $ (I w Tf 11111 f VOL XXV NO. 7. Onlyjlie Scars Remain. "Among tlio many testimonials which I see In regard to certain medicines pcrform Init cures, cleansing the blood, etc.," writes llNitr Hudson, of the Jumes Smith Woolen Machinery Co., Philadelphia, Pa., "none Impress me more than my own caite. Twenty years ago, at the Age ol 18 years, I had swellings come on my legs, w hich broke and became running tores. , vuriamiiypnysiciancould gj do me uo good, and It was leared that the bones ffi would be affected. At last, E my good old mother itj urged me to try Ayer'a i Sarsaparllla. I took three i bottles, the sores healed, i and I have not been 1 ji troubled since. Only the Iran Mm.n ...I . i. M - - i .lid memory of the past, to remind m nf t.A Ayer's Sartaparllla has done me...

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 May 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Stuurt's remedies are the best. Charlie Pattern smiles, it's a girl. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Go to McPheiBOa for watch repairs. Hugh Greer waBin the City Saturday. V anted 10,000 lbs. washed wool. Dob ser Bros. II. II. McPherson is a first class man on watches. If your watch is out of order take it to II. II. McPherson. II. C. Hart andThadCox, were down from Johnson City Monday. S. II. Anderson has the best line of buggies and harness in town. If the lata frost didn't bite your wool we want it. Dosser Bros. R. M. May and wife, spent Sunday with Major Deakin on the river. If your girl wants a nice finger ring go to McPherson uci buy her one. Uol. D. S. Mclutire, of Johnson City, was in the city Monday on business. MiB8 Mollie Seaiuon went down home with Miss Minnie May, Sunday. We are in position to handle all kindB of country produce. Dosser Bros. The prices move them. Bargins every day in the week, at M. V. Rus sell's. Twenty five shares Jonesboro Cot...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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