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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 June 1893

SPRING- DON'T THINK OF BUYING A SPRING SUIT! Until You See Our Line Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, Leading Clothiers EVER BROUGHT TO JO JESBORO. HOSS & McCALl. Leading Clothiers. VOL XXV, NO. 12 JONESBORO. TENNESSEE, YEMESDAY,lJUTE 29, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE luwuim . ' ft Aim fir- (irir ratti m ii - 111 1 ii i r ii ii in id in hi ii i ii it m iv i iii i 111 in ! in ir ' , , , , . - - .. -. . -. , I. . . I . A FRIEND Breaks through the Bootliliay (Me.) Regitier, of the beneficial results he has received from a regular use of Ayer's Pills. He says: "I was feeling slrk and tired and my stomach seemed all out of order. I tried a Bumliec ot remedies, but none seemed to give me relief until I wns Induced to try the old relia ble Ayer's Tills. ' I have taken only one box, but I .feel like a new man. -1 think they are the most pleasant and cany to take ot anything I ever used, being so finely sugar coated that even child will take them. I urge upon all who are In need of a laxative to...

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. — 29 June 1893

1 r 0 0 i if; r ' V 1 , The' closing down of the Furnace at Embreeville leaves us with an extra stock of Goods on hands. In order to reduce stock and con vert into cash, we will. unite the two stocks at Jonesboro, and sell everything at Cost for CASH. Here are some facts and figures for you. - Every, piece of Calico in the house at - - - - 5c per yard Shoes, from. 25c to 75c per pair, cheaper than you ever bought them. That is 80c for the $1 Shoes, $1 for the $1 25 Shoes, $1 60 for the $2 Shoes. Lancaster Apron Ginghams, 7c per yd. 5-4 fable Oil Cloth, 1 5c a yd. J? imPossiblel give all prices, but everything goes at Cost, Domestics, Staple Dry Goods, Notions, Glassware, Crockery; Table IJn en, Napkins, Fancy Goods, Wall Paper, Carpets, Furniture, Clothing, Jeans Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hats, Ribbons, Dress Goods and Trimmings, going at Cost. Think of it, A $uit of Hard Wood Furniture with German Plate MIRROR inl)refor H,Y W DOUW We have sold lots of them for $14. Come in and see u...

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. — 29 June 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., JUNE 29, 1893. As the price of wheat weakens day by day, the faith of Republicans grows stronger. Cleveland may boss the pie coun ter but David B. is likely to boss the legislative ranche on the silver ques tion. Senatob Hill has declared in fa vor of free coinage as it exuded prior to 1873, to the consternation of the gold bugs of his party. The Johnson City Daily Comet suspended with a valedictory in last Sunday's issue, saying, "there is no use trying to run a daily in a week ly town" For Circuit Judge, it is generally understood Judge A. J. Brown, Attoruey General H. T. Campbell and Jadge Newton Hacker will be candidates. Faikubeb, heretofore, were be- .. cause liabilities exceeueu bhbcia. The rule seems to be otherwise now, as in most cases it is reported that assets exceed liabilities. Ex-Comptroller Allen is out in a let ter against the Investigating Com mittee, and intimates thut he ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 June 1893

r r ft --XV It TEMPERANCE COLUMN EDITED BY JONESBORO W. a I. U. Mrs. 8. F. Chapin leader of White Ribbon host of South Carolina ay "I have received number of letters informing me that the day the saloon are closed in Charleatown will be the best day of my life." A friend ad vised her to give up the work, she says: I don t belong to the "giving up" sort, and although we have many and sore trials, is it nothing that on the 1st of July every bar room in the Stale, will be closed two hundred and ninety in uiy own city? What but an Almighty hand could do this, in this State? And now, let me answer a question which conies to me from every direction "What do you think of your Dispen sary BrH? and what do others think?" I can only speak for myself. The Prohibitionists last year made a desperate effort to get a prohibitory bill through the legislature. It passed the House but was side tracked in the Senate. I was so disappointed that was actually discouraged. Taking up a book of Gospel hymns...

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. — 5 July 1893

SPRING. EVER BROUGHT TO JOXESHORO. HOSS&McCALL, Lending Clothieva. iii iff m DON'T THINK OF BUYING A SPRING SUIT! Until You See Our Line Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, lMU'iiim Cluthiera yOL XXV, NO. 13. A FRIEND Speaks through the Jloothbny (Mc.) Remitter, of the bencfkliil results he has received from a regular use of Ayer'i I'llls. lie says: "I was feeling ick and tired and my stomach seemed all out of order. I tried a number of remedies, but none seemed to give me relief until I wns Induced to try the old relia ble Ayer's rills. I have taken only one box, but I feel like a new man. I think they are the most pleasant and cany to take ot anything I ever used, being so finely sugar coated that even a child wlU uke thum. I urge upon all who are In need or a laxative to try Ayer'i rills. They will do good." For all diiMiaiea of the Stomach, Liver, and Bowala, take . ' ' AYER'S PILLS Preparedly Dr. J.C.AyerfcCo., Lowell, Mara. Every Dose Effective SIBECTOBY. COUNTY okkickks: herlfl-...

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. — 5 July 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published erery Wednesday by the : HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. .T0NP8J0R0, TENN., JULY 5, 1803. Tennessee receives in pensions raoiy than the State pays to the Government in revenue. When Congress opens fire on some of the President's measures for existing troubles the fun will begin. England has lost more men from sinking ships in her navy during the last hundred years, than in all her naval battles. ' ' the Presidents proclamation calling Congress together, does not seem to have stopped bank suspensions or business failures. It is understood that Judge John P. Smith will be a candidate for reelec tion as Chancelor. .. So far we have heard no one else named for this posi tion. The prison board have at last come to the conclusion that the Herald and Tribune was right, and recommend that the Governor disband the standing array of Tennessee now in active ser vice. Whkn Congress tackles some of the cherished measures of the power that be, baby Ruth's father will feel lik...

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. — 5 July 1893

.7. il r r r I ,.' 0 The closing-down of the Furnace at Embreeville leaves us with an extra stock of Goods on hands. In order to reduce stock and con vert into cash, we will unite the two stocks at Jonesboro, and sell everything at Cost for CASH. Here are some facts and figures for you. jcvery, piece ot Ualico m the house at - - - - 5c per yard Shoes, from 25c to 75c per pair, cheaper than you ever bought them. Jhat 1S---80C for the $1 Shoes, $1 for the $1 2 5 Shoes, $1 60 for the $2 Shoes. Lancaster Apron Ginghams, 7c per yd. 5-4TablcOilCloth,i5cayd; 14 1S impossible to give all prices, but everything goes at Cost. Domestics, Staple Dry' Goods, Notions, Glassware, Crockery; Table Lin en, Napkins, Fancy Goods, Wall Paper, Carpets, Furniture, Clothing, Jeans Pants, Overalls, Shirts, Hats, Ribbons, Dress Goods and Trimmings, going at Cost. Think of it, A Suit or Hani fail Furn 1 We have sold lots of them for $14. Come in and see us. During the next 3o days we will save you from 25 to ...

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. — 5 July 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, TWO BUTTKRMAKER8 "What did you got for your butter today?" asked one farmer of another. "I Kot 80 cents a pound," replied the other. "What! 30 cents a pound!" "That what I said." Why! I only got 18 cents for mine. How did you manage it?" "I saw a man's name reported in an article descriptive of a society event I got a friend in the city to look up his address in the directory and then sent him a pound of my butter. At the sauio time I wrote him giving him my references, describing my process of making the butter and laying special stress upon. Jhe cleanly manner in which all my dairying operations were being conducted,' and: I expressed the hope that if he and his family liked the butter I should be pleased to for ward him a regular weekly supply guaranteed to be equal to the sample. I did not have to wait long before I heard from him. He wrote: 'Will take 29 pounds weekly till further orders 'af 80 cents theyeaf around. MuBt be equal to sample,.'- Since then 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. — 12 July 1893

SPRING. hkmi Lias ' Cling EVER BROUGHT TO JONESBORO. HOSS & McCALL. Ijeadiny; Clothiern. IT Ar 1 DON'T THINK OF BUYING A SPRING SUIT! Until You Sue Our Liue Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, Leudinw Clothier a II 1 Mil VOL. XXV, NO. 14. Only the Scars Remain, o "Among the many testimonials which I dee In regard to certalu medicines perform- euros, cleansing the blood, etc.," writes Uknuy Uupson, ol tho James Smith Woolen Miiclilnery Co., Philadelphia, I'a., "uone Impress uie more than iny own cane. Twenty years ago, at the nge ol 18 years, I had swellings come on my legs, which broke and became running tore. Our fanillypliysielan could I do me no good, and It was . feared that the bones would be affected. At last, my good old mother' urged me to trv Aver'a I Sarsaparllla. I took three Dottles, tho sores healed, and I have not been I troubled since. Only the scars remain, and the memory of the past, to remind m nt til viijuI AVer's Sarsaparllla has done me. I now weigh two hundred 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. — 12 July 1893

1 I 5 I"! HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., JULY 12, 181)3. The Banks and business men of Jonesboro, are above suspicion on the question of failures, and we hope they will remain so, until the clouds roll by. Some people ride a hobby as a 'they would a bicycle simply for exercise. -New York World. Tbats what the Democrats are do ing on poor pensioners. The right kind of a man always learns something worth knowing from a mistake. Detroit Free Press. What do you oall those Democrats who never learn anything from the mistakes of their party. It is said the Negros have a medical college in Nashville from which it is possible some white man may have ob tained a diploma. A Negro diploma played at a Pension Board slate would be as destructive as a bull in a queensware establishment When a man is thrown bodily.out of a saloon he seldom returns to look for the power behind the thrown. Phila delphia Record. When the defeated pie hunt...

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. — 12 July 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAIIX The mulls arrive and depart from Jonesboro as follows: Komlrlpk'H Treelc Route leaves 5 A.M.; ar- rives 8:i P.M., dully. . , Boon's Creek Itoute leaves 8 A.M. ; arrives 8 l'.M., daily. , Full Branch Koute arrives 12 M.j hiavel 12:80 P.M., dally. ' Morning Ktar Route arrives 12 M.; leaves 1 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May Day ltouU) leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 11:10) A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Haturday. Railroad, east bound, dally 4:40 A.M. and 4:0ft l'.M; west bouml, dally 1:0) P.M. and 1:4) A.M. Stuurt's remedies are the bust. For furniture call on Dosser Brou. Thos. and Chas. Davis, of Knoxville, are in our city. New millinery goods every week, ' at M. V. Russell's. Mrs J, M. Carr died Monday last at her home in Johnson City. W. O. Matties, of Johnson City, " was on our streets last Thursday. S. H. Anderson has the best line of buggies and harness in town. Htunrt's Sure Cure for scrofula is the greatest blood purifier on earth. Miss Carrie Vandyke...

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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. — 12 July 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONESBORO W. 0. T. C. Paper read before the W. C. tTU. Convention of the First District and published by request : WHAT ARE WK DOING FOB OUR GENERA TION t Some people marvel much that wo men should leave their homes and meet together to hold conventions and discuss ways and means of uplif ting humanity and educating it along the lines of moralty.' It . doeBn 't seem at all strange when we Btop to think of it. The only strange thing "about it is that so few, comparatively speaking are interested iu that which vitaly con cerns ua all.' It is simply the natural outgrowth of mothers love. For what purpose is this emotion implanted in the heart if not for the protection of the young. We recognize it in bird and beast In all the animal world the mother will brave death itself to save her offspring. Mother's love is akin to, and a part of Christ love. It clings to the object of affection thro' Kood and bad. No one loves like a mother. She may become impatient 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. — 19 July 1893

SPRING. DON'T THINK OF BUYINO A SPRING SUIT! Until You See Our Lino Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, - lniulinit ClotUU'i M -Mr EVER BROUGHT TO JOKESBORO. HOSS & McCALL, . 'y " JjeutLins Clot UierH. Iritane. HI II 'A III m w in III H VOL. W, NO. 15. A Gentleman Who formerly' resided In Connecticut, but uuw icsiuei in Honolulu, writes: "For 20 years past, my wife nu ll have usedAyer'a Hair Vigor, and we attribute to It the dark lialr which she add I now have, while hun dreds ol our acquaint- 1 aiiccs, ten or a dozeu years younger than we, are either erav-heaitoH white, or bald. When asked how our hair has retained Its color and fullness, we reply, By me use 01 Ayer'a Hair Vigor-nothing else.'"- "In 18G8, my affianced was nearly bald, and ""J the hair " Ing out . e v e r y day. I Induced Ayar! Bate Vigor, and very'soon, It not only checked any further loss of hair, but produced an entirely new growth, which has remained luxuriant and glossy, to tills day. I cau recommend this preparat...

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. — 19 July 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. PubllBhod ovory Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONE8DORO, TENN., JULY 19, 1803. Kentucky farmer are feeding their wheat to hogs. If the farmers oould get a chance to do it over what a change there would be. Secretary GreHham will doubtless be rewarded for the sacrifice he made in accepting his present position, by pro motion to tho Supreme Court vice Justice Ulatchford, who died last week. We remember the time, before there were any national banks, when a Ten nessee bank bill was as good in New York as "gold coin. And why should they not be again. Knozville Record. This must have been before the thing got mixed with "wild oat" currency. A reward of Indian rupees is hereby offered to the Democrat who will give the name and address of one conserva tive Union man in East Tennessee who has been appointed to office since March 4, 1899, by Cleveland. Don't all speak at once.' Senator Harris says : "No living man can tell what action Congress will take iu regar...

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. — 19 July 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAILS." y The malls arrive and depart from Jonesboro as follows: Kendrlck'i Creek Route leaven 6 A.M.: ar rives i:!W l'.M.. dully. . V Boon's Creek Itoute leaves 8 A.M.J arrives 8 . P.M., dully. - . ' Kali Branch Route arrives U M.; leavel 12:90 P.M., dully. Morning Htar Koute arrives- Vi M.j leaves I P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May Day lloute leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 1I:H0 A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Knlurday. Rallroud, east bound, dnlly 4:40 A.M. and 4:(W 1M: west bound, dully-l:60 P.M. and 1:20 A.M. Stuart's remedies are tho best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Miss Ida People 'is visiting relatives at Doves Mill. , New millinery goods every week, at M. V. Russell's.' S. H. Anderson has 'the best line of buggies and harness in town.' Chas. Reeves was out on Boons Creek Sunday rusticating a little. FreBh Millinery at M. V. Russell's every week. Prices to suit the times. If you want a good watch' and chain for a little money go to H. H. Me Per son....

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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. — 19 July 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONESBORO W. a T. tr. And if the wrongs of earth e'er ceases, If ever comes the reign of peace, 'Twill be because each soul will say, "I will do what I can and may. Nor waste the grand, God given powers In vain regrets, through idle hours. TEMPERANCE TWIOS. You might as well try to pull pine stumps with tweezers, as to root the rum trailic with pledges an' blue rib bon an' coffee houses. Every now and then Rip Van Winkle wakos up an' says: "You Can't re form drunkards by law." We've knowed that a hundred ears, Rip. Its the drunkeries Prouigbiuhun is after. The chinch has jiat us much use for a saloou at Eligub. hud for Baal. It don't matter whether you spelt it revolution or abolition or Probigh bishun, it's the same power of God workin' through willin hands to clean oppression on' wrong out of the world. The christian who prays for God to sweep intemperance from the land, don't mean it unless he is willin' that God should use him as the broom to do the ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 July 1893

SPRING. Eubtit Line CUiMsg EVER BROUGHT TO JOX ESllORO. HOS&McCALL. Leading Clothiers.' yoi,. XXV, IC. "For Years," Bays Carrik K. 8tockwki.i ot Chester eld,. N, IL, "I was afflicted Willi an extremely severe pain In the lower part of the chest. The loellng was as If ton . weight wan laid, on a spotrthe size e( my hand. Dur ing the attacks, the perspiration would stand lu. drops qu my fare, and It was i agony for me to 7 make sufficient effort even to whis per. They came suddenly, at any hour of the day or night, butlug bora. thirty minutes tn half a day, leaving as suddenly; but, for several days after, I was quite pro. t rated and sore. Sometimes the attacks were almost dally, then less frequent After -about four years, of this suffering, I was taken down with bilious typhoid fever, and when I began to recover, I had the worst attack of my old trouble I ever experienced. At the first of the fever, my mother gave me Ayer's Tills, injr doctor recommending, .them as being hotter ...

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. — 26 July 1893

nERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. TONESBORO, TENN., JULY 20, 1893. Wk thought J. D. Porter had gone to some foreign country under appoint ment of President Cleveland, but in the Athens Post he signs his name as Justice of the Peace. The President of the United States and the Governor of Tennessee both suffer with rheumatism. It's a Dem ocratic disease. Banner. When a public man is confronted with questions that he is incompetent to deal with, rheumatism is con sidered an excuse. This is why the Banner calls it a Democratic disease. Never in the history of our country has so man men with families been known to bo out of work. Men are almost begging for work at any price. 'It is not a question of wages but a question of bread in a land that is blessed with plenty and reputed to beas free as the air we breath. Weath eiford Texas Appeal. Yet Texas voted for the men and measures that brought such things to pass, by an overwhelming magjority. In o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 July 1893

V7 HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAII.H. Tus niHlli arrive and depart from Jonesboro as follows: Kendrlck's Crock Route leavesSA.M.; ar rives 8:M P.M., dally. Boon's Creek Rout leaves 8 A.M.; arrive I P.M., dully.. Fall Branch Route arrives U M.; leave! 12:! P.M., dally. Morning Htar Kouto arrives 12 M.; leaves 1 P.M., Monday, Wednesduy and Friday. May Pay lloute leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 11:80 A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and (Saturday. Railroad, east timnd, dully 4:10 A.M. and 4:0ft 1M: went bound, dally l:nu KM. andl:2UA.M. Fiiu me ; I'm hot ! Stuart's remedies are the bent. For furniture cull on Dosser Bros. Hon. A. D. Bowman was in town last Friday. New millinery goods every week, atM. V. Russell's. J. A. Febuary went up to Erwin Friday on business. T. B. and Arthur Hacker are still taking in the World's Fair. S. II. Anderson has the best line of buggies and harness in town. Mrs. James II. Dosser is visiting her sou, A. T. Dosser at Embreville. Will Chambers, formerly of this place, was here...

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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. — 26 July 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. KPITKD BY JONKBnORO W. 0. T. V. 8At,OON8 ML'HT 00. - Kmlynrd Kipling tollnhow lie bo cnine a prohibitionist. In the heart of Buffalo there BtaudB a magnificent building, which the population do innocently style a uiubIc hall. Everybody comes here of an evening to ait around little tableii and liHtuu to a lii wt cIubh orcheHtra. Hero I went With a frjund. Ouq night of the evening wbh a horror.' The little trag edy played itself out at a neighboring tublo where two vory young men aud two very youug women were eitiug. It did not strike me until far . into the evening that the young reprobates were making the girls drunk. Thoy gave them red wine, aud then white, aud the voices rose slightly with the maiden's cheeks Hushes. I watched, and the youths drank till their speech thickened And their eyeballs grew watery. It was sickening to see, be cause I knew what was going to hap pen. My friend eyed the group and said: Maybe they are children of re spectable parents. I har...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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