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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 August 1893

7 V7 SPRING. DON'T ' think' ;of buying j a ? ; SPRING SUIT! . Until You See, Our Line ClotiiBng.v '. j HOSS & MoCALL, : Leading Clothier . y pi lm Mil EY85 20UCHT TO JOSESUORO. r3C3&IIcCAlX.v y li Iea4lii8 Clothier. . v4 J0NESB0R0. TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE 1 lf if ill I! V" P III AW v LV IV IvVir AV 8i "" ilv'''"'' A Bright LnH 1 Ten years of age, but who declines to give his name ma pilIB,HiBRe this Butllorliert.'S' .oamieaual fjatsment us ,t . "When t wan one year old, my mamma :llpd '" of consumption. The doctor said that 1, too, would soon die. and all our neighbor thought that even if I did not die. 1 would . never be aide to walk, because I was so weak. and puny,. A gatherlnft formed and , broke undbr my aftd.' I hurt my Anger and ' ' It gathered and threw out pieces ot lione. If I hurt myself so as to1 Break the skin, IC " was sure to become a running sore. I lutil to take lots of medicine, but nothing has' done ine so much good as Ay...

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 August 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. . TUE MAILS. The mails arrive and depart from Jonesboro as follows: .. v '. ' - , . Kendrlek'sCreelc Route leaves 5 A.M.: ar, rives :! P.M.,dUyi Boon's Creek Route leaves 8 A-M.jt arrives I r.M., Jllyt ... Fall Branoh Routi arrives 12 M.; leavel 13:80 rM daily, ., Morning Star Route arrives A M.; leaves I P.M., Monday, Wediiesday-ana Friday. May bay Konte leaves? A.Sf.; arrives 11:80 A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Haturday.- Rali!Sf"!ue.ast bound, nally-4:A.M. and 1 west bound, daily-lu P.M. Fan me; I'm hot! Stuart's remedies aro the best. For furniture call on Dosso Bro ) See the Instant ice cream freezer ut Sam D. Stuart's. Miss Ida Peoples spent Sunday even ing with Miss Ida Reeves. Sam Daws and wife',! left Monday for their home in Knoxville. Miss Slemons has new goods, and of fers bargains, come and see. v S. H. Andorisou has the best line of buggies and harness in town. , , . ( .. I luart'e Sure Cure for scrofula is the greatest blood purifier on earth. , J. D...

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 August 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. - 1 ' 1 'li ' M l Published every Wednesday by Ihe HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN.. AUG. i, 1898. Tint 4 fear of free 1utel legislation, land other legal devilment, is what's the matter with lost confidence. A repeal of the Sherman law it is aid will be prevented by an alliance of the ante "force bill" Senators. We presume the programme to have congressional candidates 1 in every county will not fail for want of mate rial. -. uoN. a. it. uibson nas written a letter saying he is running on his peace record for Congress,- and not on his war record. ' RuMOBhasit that Hon. W. C. Ander son, of Newport, may be a candidate for Chancellor, instead of Congress, as heretofore stated by M. : ' i'4 .J It is to be hoped that the United States may escape Yellow Fever and Cholera this year, though the condi tion of both diseases in their native lo- Cannes is sucn as w cause anxiety this country, '; ;S , in Bomb people are wondering if a pros pective member of the pensio...

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 August 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN, EDITKD BT JONKSBOBO W. C. T. V. A disgnoefal drunken row took place Friday night at the beer garden on the World's Fair ground which the management baa attempted to dig nify by calling ita "German Village." Twelve men were arrested for partici pating in a fight' It will not add to the pride of Americans to remember that this beer garden exists at the Fair in defiance of the laws of Illinois and of the prohibitory laws of Hyde Park, A Petition for the enforcement of the laws relating to Sunday closing of saloons, which has been - presented to Mayor Harrison, was carried by a com mittee of ten, among whom we find such weight names as J. V. Forwcll, P. D. Armour and T. W. Harvey. It wa signed by eighty thousand law abiding citizens of Chicago, secured through the efforts of the Christian Endeavorers. In reply the Mayor said that he was "opposed to intoxication" as much as anybody but that he did not consider himself bound to do more than enforce the city ordinance pr...

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 August 1893

(I A SPRING. Iipl Lies OlstMsg EVER BROUGHT TO JOSESBORO. r-- . Ijaliiig Clothiers. DON'T THINK OF BUYING . A SPRING SUIT! i ' Until You See Our Line Clothing. HOSS&HcCALL, ' ' ' Leading Clothiers JWlVV IN I IV UVtlV I ivy llll V XT NT- "xy xT N7 N7 'NT ' xcy VOLXXV, NO. 1 8. J0NESB0R0. TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 9, 1893. SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE ml It 43 W ti in ii r nv, i iiv A. ft 4 I I :3 1 A FRIEND 8eakl through the Boothbay (Me.) Eigiiter, of the beneficial results he lias received from a regular use of Ayer'i Pills. He says: "I was feeling sick aud tired and my stomach seemed all out of order. -1 tried a number of remedies, but none seemed to xlv m relief until I was Induced to try the old rella ; ble Ajwr'i Fills. I have taken only ono box, but I feel like a new nun. . I think they are the most pleasant and easy to take ot anything I ever used, being so finely sugar-' coated that even a child will take them. I urge upon all who are In need of a laxatlvo to try Ayer's Pills...

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 August 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JFOKSSBOfeO W. C. Ti V. MU1)KH QUIT! COMMON. Some Army Grog Shop Happenings at Fort Apache, Ariconia, Since the last Military Pay Day,? ' $1,800 Of Soldiers Money Goes for Beer in a Day and a half. Indian Soldier, Fighting Drunk on Canteen Beer Twenty eight Men in the Guarq Hour at one Tim as the Result of the fay Pay Drunk Sulli van's Drunken, Muidcrnd Suicide. A trustworthy :oonuspoBdtiht :o The Voice sends the following account of recent events occurring at Fort Apache, Arizonia, since the last army pay day growing out of the sale of beer at the Government army canteen located there: '"" ' "The post exchange at Fort Apache, Arizonia, began business less than one year ago. A soldier correspondent of The Voice, whose home was in the barracks, where the drunken, vicious phases of army life are forced upon decent men, compelling the desire to get out of it as quickly as possible, gave you the facts connected with the grand opening of the canteen, showing ...

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. — 9 August 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAIIJL , The malls arrive ana depart from Jonesboro as follows: . , Kendriclc'a Creek Route, leaves 6 A.M.: ar rives 8:.f P.M., daily. . ' . Boon's Creek Route leaves 8 A.M. : arrives S P.M., dally. . Fall Branch Route arrives 12 M.; leavel 12:80 P.M., daily... . ,- Mornlng Btar Route arrives 12 M.; leaves 1 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday., May Day Route leaves 7 A.M.; arrives ll:fk A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Maturday.- Rallrou.il, east houn.l, drUlv 4:40 A.M. and 4:ui 1M: west bound, ilitlly 1 :6u P.M. andl:a)A.M. Stuart's remedieit are the best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. You can't guess in u week who in to marry Boon. See the iustaut ice cream freezar at Sain D. Stuart's. Miss Helen Nelson la visiting friends and relatives in town. S. H. Anderson has the best line of buggies and harness in town. Dosser Bros, will continue their cost sale until the 20th of August. Don't spoil a new dress with an old hat, but go to Miss Slemons for a new one. . ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 9 August 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. Governor knows more about East Tennessee Democracy than both the Senators, and the President seems to bo understand the situation. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG. 9, 1893. Now watch out and see if the Democrats don't dodge the silver issue, and unite for Tariff reform or anything else to keep the South solid. When you see or hear of men or newspapers endorsing mob law at home or elsewhere, remember " that whatsoever a man soweth, that shall ha also reap." Thb Cranberry Iron Works have suspended since our last issue, be cause they could no longer find sale for their products. If the fear of free trade has such an effect, what would be the reality. Don't forget our standing reward of an Indian Rupee to the first Democrat who will give us the name and address of a conservative Union man who has been appointed to of fice in Tennessee by President Cleve land We were led to hope some time ago that Governor Turney would at ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 August 1893

DON'T THINK OF BUYING A SPRING SUIT! I'ntil You See Our Line Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, Leading Clothiers SPRING- Efel lies P-ic? ' EVER BROUGHT TO JOKESBORO. HOSS&HcCALL. '. . Leading Clothiers. VOLVXXV, NO; 19. J0NESB0R0. TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 1G, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE I Iff Hi III it Onlyjhe Scars Rem. "Among lite many testimonials which I ee la regard to certain medicines perform ing cures, cleansing the blood, etc.," writes Uenby Hudson, of the James Smith Woolea Machinery Co.. Philadelphia, Pa., noi impress me more tlian my own cue. Twenty years ago, at the age ol IB .ars, I had swellings come on my legs, which broke and i became running sores. ""TEI I I Our family physician could bw 1 1 I I do me no good, and it was 5 Ld'" -rt Uut ie bone V aldbe&nected. At but, I my good old mother urged me to try AVer's 1J .7 Sarsnparllia. iiooKinree I I i bottles, the sores bealed, liIA I landi hav8 not b'en I U I I troubled since. Only the memory ef the past, to ' re...

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 August 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, Sheed are needed to keep the farm cleaner. In buying sheep the fleece is only one point. With all stock, if any point must be sacrificed, do not let it be vigor. It is only excessive fat in the breed ing animals that is objectionable. The breeding boar should be kept quiet, and in a strong, healthy condi ' tion. As the sow's litters improve in size and quality as the dam becomes older, it is best to keep old sows for breeding. To make the best mutton both the ewes and lambs need more or less grain food. It is a cruelty to keep calves in a pas ture during the summer that is with out shade. Nothing is too good for a good feed er that is capable of improvement in flesh and order. .With proper care, moderate work rUk fttia hivtAil mnrn la rathor ft. haneflt 1 than otherwise. , Feeding the milk with middling as a . m'ash, will give better, results than to " give si a drink. ;' Sheep will do well in a partly clear ed lot, and will help materially it keep ing down sprout...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 16 August 1893

I.' HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAILS. The mulls arrive nd depart from Jonesboro a follows: Kendrlck't Creek, Route leaves 6 A.M.; ar rives &8 P.M., dally. .. , Boon's Creek Route leaves 8 A.M. ; arrives t r.M., uany. .. . Fall Branoh Route arrives 12 M.; leavel 12:30 r.M., dairy. . .. Horning Ht-BouW arrives 12 M.; leaves I P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May Day Route leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 11:90 A.M Tuesday, 'i nursday and Saturday. Railroad, east bnnnd, dnlly 4:40 A.M. and 4:05 P.M; west bound, dully l:oU P.M. and 1:20 A.M. Stuart's remedies are tha bust. For f uraiturj cull ou DosBcr Bros. , You can '( guew iu a week who is to marry soon. Sue the instant ice cream freezer at Sara D. Stuart's. Mrs, L. E. Bayles is visiting at Lime stone Ibis week. Mrt. J. L. Powell, of Bristol, is with relatives and friends here. 3. H. Anderson has the best line of buggies and harness in town Remember, Borne lady will get a nice buggy'us u Christmas present. Mrs. King, Judge Smith's sister i...

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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. — 16 August 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG. 16, 1888. It The Republican party could return to power, all our financial troubles would disappesir like chaff before the wind. Ir you want to have your short comings whispered into the ears of the public, announce yourself as a candidate for office. Your opponents will do the rest The masses of this country begin to realize that their worst enemies are the demagogues who have been howling against the Republican party for these many years. Foa the first time in the history of Jonesboro, which town celebrated her centennial in 1879, good wheat is advertised for sale at 50 cents a bushel This is an object lesson never to be forgotton. "Lit every tub stand on its own bottom," and all candidates for of fice on their own merits and claims. Combinations to promote candidates without merit we believe will prove disastrous if undertaken. The people see that the hard times are not because of a...

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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. — 23 August 1893

Li I SPRING. (Ok DON'T THINK QF BUYING A SPRING SUIT! Until You See Our Line Clothing. HOSS & McCALL, Leading Clothiers EVER BROUGHT TO JONESBORO. HOSS & McCALL, Leailing Clothiern. hlmi h Mm lii u tflU VOL XXV, NO. 17. Only the Scars Remain, o "Among the many testimonials which I see In regard to certain medicines perform ing cures, cleansing the blood, etc.," writes Hknry Hudson, of the James Smith i Woolen Machinery Co., J 1 : Philadelphia, Pa., "nons . impress me more than my I 1 1 own en. Twenty years I J I ago, at the age of 18 years, V I bad swellings come on -V my legs, which broke and became running: lores. Our family physician could do me uo good, and it was feared that the bones would be affected. At last, my good old mother urged me to try Ayer's 8arsanarllla. I took three bottles, the sores healed, and I hare not been troubled since. Only the scare remain, and the memory of the past, to Ayer s Sarsaparllla has done me. I now weigh two hundred and twenty pounds, ...

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 August 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. , - ; Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG. 28, 1898 George Washington Murray, of South Carolina, is the only colored man now in Congress. Congressman O'Ferrall has been nominated for Governor by the Dem ocratic party of Virginia. The Republicans of Iowa have nominated Hon. F. D. Jackson as their candidate for Governor. Larky T. Neal has been nominated by the Democrats of Ohio to run against "William McKiuley for Gov ernor. The Republican State Committee of Virginia, have derided to put out no candidate for Governor in that State. It is said the courts will be asked to paBS upon the legality of the sus pension of pensions now going on under the order of Secretary Hoke Smith, revoking the order under which they were granted. The army of unemployed is in creasing doily in all parts of the country. The direct result of the threatened industrial revolution to which the Democratic party stands pledged in their free trade platfo...

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 August 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAILS. The mulls arrive and depart from Jonesboro as follows: Kendrlek's Creek Route loaves 5 A.M.; ar rives 8:1W P.M.. dull v. Boon's Creek Iloute leaves 8 A.M.; arrives 8 P.M., daily. , Fall Branch Kouto arrives 12 M.; leave! 12:H0 Morning Rtar Route arrives 12 M.; leaves 1 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May Pny llout leaves T A.M.; arrives 11:30 A VI Tiia..i.. vi i .... i . lucnuii, xuiirBuuy aim naturuay, IUilrond, east bound, dally 4:40 A.M. and l:'W P.M; wesl. hound, d.ulv I :i P.M. and 1:20 A.M. Stuart's Mine lies nro the b-.Mt. For furniture cull om Uossur Hi oh. R.'v. J. lLMoore was in town Monday. Mrs. J. J. Huut returned fiom Maine Thurstluy. We can please you iu bats aud priios at M. V. Russell. Miss Kate DeuJorkk has been quite sick for several days. Dr. J. D.Tadloek, of Columbia, S C, was iu our city Friday. S. II. Anderson has the best Hue of buggies and harness iu town. Stuart's Sure Cure for scrofula is the greatest blood purifier on ear...

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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 August 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONEBBOBO W. C. T. IV ALCOHOL iN MEDICAL PRACTICE. There was a time, not very far gone in the history of medical practice, when the best doctors believed in the efficacy of "bleeding," "blistering," "cup ping," ,lBal-vaing," and so on. Today the "best doctors" only smile contemp tuously when such follies are mention ed, for they have long since out grown such nonsense. It is also a well known facet that not a few of the most emi nent and successful practitioners of the time emphatically opposed to the use of alcohol, except when admin istered as other medicines are. That many, on the other haud, not only prescribe, but themselves also use the prescription, must be admitted, I am sorry to say ; but that their prac tice and example is therefore wise and good, I can not admit. Fortunately there is the best of evidence on record to show that they are wrong. The army of the Potomac, in 1802, was subjected to great hardships and exposed to the extremely wet an...

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 August 1893

4L , . TAKE NOTICE. All persons indebted to us niUBt come forward and make payment. Will buy good wheat. " HOSS&McCALL, fa 1"Mf HOSS& McCALL, Will buy your wbeat and sell you goods at cash prices. Come and see us. Tuk RED FRONT Fou Bargains. X VOL. XXV, NO. 18. J0NESB0R0. TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE ft ft t 118 I A Gentleman Wild formerly resided in Connecticut, but whouow result's In Honolulu, writes; -For 20 years past, my wife nil 11 have uxeil Ayer's II sir Vigor, and we attribute to It the dark lialr which she and I now have, while hun dreds of our acquaint ances, ten or a dozen years younger than we, are either gray-headed, , White, or bald. When asked liowonrhulrhas retained its color and I fullness, we reply, 'By me use of Ayer'i Hair Vigor nothing else'" "lni8G8.inyaffluiwi.rt was nearly bald, and ' hair. mg out v e r j day. I Induced Ayer'i Hair Vigor, and very soon, It not only checked any further loss of hair, but produced an entir...

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. — 30 August 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG. 80, 1893. The House passed the Repeat Bill by a vote of 239 to 110. Thb Southern States, according to the Pittsburg TiracB pays in revenue to the Government loss than seven million dollars, and receives back in pensions over twelve million dollars. The South ought to go slow in stop plug pensions that are justly due under the law. Tub Governor of Virginia last week brought down the House, so to speak, when he informed the Democratic convention that the Presi dent was the father of a brother to Baby Ruth. By direction of the convention, congratulations were in stantly telegraphed.Mr. Cleveland. As no such event happened the Governor is now cursing the whole "early bird business," and henceforth will ob serve Davy Crocketts rule, "be sure you are right and then go ahead." 1857-1 893. "In the midst of unsurpassed plenty." "With plenteous crops." Comment is unnecessary. President James Buc...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 30 August 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAILS. The mulls arrive and depart from Jonesboro as follows; v Kendrlok's'Croelc Route leaves 5 A.M.: ar rives 8:8 P.M., dally. Boon's Creek Route leaves 8 A.M.: arrives 8 l'.M., 'dally. Fall Branch Route arrives 12 M.: leavel 12:80 P.M., dally. Morning Htar Route arrlvos 12 M.; leaves 1 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May Day Route leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 11:80 A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Railroad, east bound, daily 4:10 A.M. and 4'M l'.M; west bound, di'ilv ;; p.M. and 1 :'2u A.M. W. S. Ilie'key is lit Uuukii. Stuart's remedies are the best. SI 1 83 Murp'.iy for nohojl book?. For furniture cull on Dosser Brot. Guy Allison, of Eriotol, is visiting friends here. Miss Murphy keeps a complete line of school books. We nan please you lu bats and prices atM. V. Russell. Hon. II. II. Ingersoll attended Chan cery here last week. At Miss Murphy's you can get all the school books you need. S. II. Anderson has the best line of buggies and harness iu town....

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 August 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONKSHOKO W. C. T. V. CRAZED BT DRINK. Chicago, August 20. Crazed by liquor, Douglas Curtis, a switch thrower in the employ of the Western Indiana Roilroad Company, made a desperate and 8ucceBsufl attempt at murder and suicide at his home in Auburn Park today. He shot and killed his seven year old daughter Leslie, fatally woun ded his wife and sent a bullet through his own bruin. Death was instan taneous. THAT BOY. Whoever has hud experience in the cure and management of boys knows they usually possess tho sume general characteristic!!. There are exceptional cases of course. There are boys that are naturally good, quiet and gentle manly, who never occasion anxiety or discomfort, and who, without much effort on the part of anyone, grow into an honorable manhood. But such in dividuals are usually destitute of en ergy, and seldom prove a positive or uu active element in society. But these qualities are not character istic of the average boy. He is active, d...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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