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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 September 1893

45u (i? til ;-:7-;v TAKE NOTICE. All 1. persons indebted to us must tconle forward and make payment Will buy good wheat. J f HOSS&McCALL. HOSS&McCALL, Will buy your wheat aud Boll you goods at cash prices. Come and see us. The RED FRONT For Bargains. I u - 1 VOL XXV, NO. 11). Saved Her Life. Texas, saved the life of her child by the use of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. "One of my children had Croup. The esse was attended by our physician, and was supposed to ! well under control. One w nmiueu ht me cniius nara - nra.lhl.m .1 I A j. 1 . . . hreathlni, and on going to It found It stran- irlliior ft ...... .1.. . i . v. P. . ucniwu v uirnine. Keal tint that the chilli' ulurmlnir onn.lltUi. , . lutd become possll)le In spite of the medicines irlVAI. I faaaikiiiul Hint .!. ..,il 1.1 r,..-.., a ivmn'iii (.Matt mivii icuiruinn wutllu e of no avail. Having part of a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral in the house, I gave the child three doses, at short Intervals, and anxiously waited result...

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 September 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBOBO, TENN., SETP. , 1898. The Herald and Tribune is always in the front rank during political campaigns, and we hope this sample copy will induce you to become a regular reader. Eveky person seeing our paper this week, is cordially invited to be come a regular subscriber to the Herald and Tribune, the oldest Re publican paper in Tennessee. Terms one dollar per year. Tm return of gold to this country at the rate of a million dollars a day, for several weeks past gives a big lie to the craze that the Sherman law was the cause of hard times. Demo cracy on top, not the Sherman law, is responsible for the situation. Thi speech of Hon. A. A. Taylor on the silver question, and our edi toral remarks thereon last week, are republished in this issue to enable us to fill a special order for two thousand extra copies of the Herald and Tribune, that will this week go into two thousand homes in this congressional, 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. — 6 September 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAILH. The malls arrive and depart from Jonesboro Kendrlok's Creek Houte leaves 6 A.M.: ar rives 8:8tl P.M.. daily. Bn, Creek 1101,18 o8' A.M.', arrives S P.M., dully. FIIBjnh Route arrives 12 M.j leavel 12:80 A.m., uauy. Morning Star Route arrives 12 M.; leaves 1 P.M.. Monday. Wednesday and Krlil HV. May Day Koutc leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 11:80 A U Tll.UilaH TL .. I . . , . . . ...., iinuj, iuurwjr uuu naturuny. Railroad, east ImiiiiuI. ilaiiva.jn i vf mA :Ui . 1 vw"" bou,"l liiy-i:"i'p.M. iiwiii.ui ' Stuart's remedies are the best. Miss Murphy for school books. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Mrs. Dillard left for her home Satur , day. Miss Nellio Priiitup left for Rome We can please you in bats and prices at M. V. Russell. . You will flud the hat you want at M. V. Russell's. The Supreme Court meets at Knox tille next Monday, , 1)( Hon. H. II. iDgersoll attended Chan cery here last week. At Miss Murphy Vyou can get all the school books you need. Camp meeti...

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 September 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONE8BORO W. C. T. V. cork screws have sunk more than cork jackets have saved. john Ploughman. The following incidents of the white ribbon is an actual occurence. A lady whose every dress and ouutward wrap is adorned with a little bow of white ribbon so that no time of day. or emergency of hBBte can find her with out it, was visiting the Fair recentlv. At breakfast one morning she found herself seated by the side of a laJv who, though a stranger, was likewise a wearer of the white ribbon. The two formed acquaintance and lady number one learned that her new acquaintence lived in a town with some of her own relatives who were very dear to her but whom she had not seen for a num ber of years. The second whits rib boner knew these friends by sight tho' she had no personal acquaintance with them. That night lady number two sought lady number one and told her that she had met those friends on the . Fair ground, had told them of number one's presence in the cit...

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 September 1893

TAKE NOTICE. All persons indebted to us rouBt come forward and make payment Will buy good wheat HOSS & McCALL, HOSS & McCALL, Will buy your wheat and sell you goods at cash prices. Come and see us. The RED FRONT Fou Bargains. WW A P VOL. XXV, NO. 20. Noo . VSLEEP "' m jhv. will CHAR H (LONG lENTALu ri j I STRONG AlCD'C Sarsaparilla -fMi?,aInmrIJ' well-known bnalness man Of HIllHboro, Vs., sends this testimony to years ago, I hurt my lei. the Inlurv Inavinir a sore which led to erysipelas. My suffering! were extreme, my leg, from the knee to the ankle, being a solid sore, which began to ex- : - j, riin u uruitii to ex tend to other parts of the body. Afiertryiii Sarsaparilla, and, before I hail finished tha first bottle. I experienced great rellei: tha second bottle effected a complete cure.'' Ayer'8 Sarsaparilla Prepsrsd by Dr. J. C. Ay ft Co, Lo wail, Hue. Cures othert;wlll cure you DIBECTOBY. COUNTY OFFICERS: Sherlfl-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H H L Cooper. Chairman ...

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 September 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., 8ETP. 18, 1893. The G. A. It. National Encamp ment in 1894 goes to Pittsburg Pennsylvania. If the Sherman law is repealed, the Republicans and not the Demo crats will be entitled to whatever good may result from such repeal. If a repeal of the Sherman law proves to be a political boomerang in the future, the Republicans of this district will be proud to say their Representative opposed its repeal. " Y hn you hear the whistle or bell get off the track," is not more significant than the appeals of West ern Republicans to their Eastern brethren upon the silver question. The Irish Home Rule Bill passed the House of Commons last week, and Mr. Gladstone goes into history as the greatest English statesman of the age, Three cheers and a half for re turning gold, for returning confi dence, for returning prosperity and for returning success to the Repub lican party to commence with Mc- Kinley's elect...

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. — 13 September 1893

HERALD AND .TRIBUTE ..... THE MAITH. . - The malts arrive and derail from Jonesboro at follows: A At '' ' Kendrlck' Creek Koute loaves 6 A.M.: ar rives 8:88 P.M., dally. , . Boon's Creek Route leaves A.M.: arrives 8 P.M., dally. 4 . - . v Fall Branch Route arrives 12 M.; Ieaveli2:90 P.M., dally. Morning Htar Route arrives IS M.; leaves 1 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May Pay Route leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 11 :W A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and MaUirday.i Railroad, east bound, daily:) A.M. and 4:0.' P.M: west bound, dully 1:60 P.M. and 1:20 A.M. Stuart's remedies are the beat. Miss Murphy for school books. C. II. Diehl was iu town Moudny. , ' . For furuiture call on Dosser Bros. R. M. May wants all your dried applos and peaches. Will you call and seo the bargains at R. M. May's. Mjss Murphy keeps a complete liue of school books. We nan please you in bats and prices at M. V. Russell. You will finS the hat you want at M. V. Russell's. New goods, new goods, coming in daily at R. M. May's...

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 September 1893

I TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONESBORO W. 0. T. V. WHAT DISTINGUISHED HEN SAY. I have known Luther Bension many year. He is a gentleman highly es teemed, and an admirable orator. Thos. A Hendricks. On the subject of temperance he is one of the foremost orators living. Daniel Voorhees. He is one of the most thrilling plat form orators in the United States. Col. Geo. W. Bain. I have heard all the great apostles of temperance Gough, Cary and Murphy and Luther Benson is second to none of them. W. P. Fishback, former law partner of President Harrison. His eloquence is rare, unique, and persuasive. S. 8. Cox. The orator's words were interwoven with flashes of brilliant wit, bright, genial humor, stinging sarcasm and genuine eloquence, and for nearly two hours the great audience, representing tho best elements of the cultured so ciety of the University City, listened to Benson as he told a story that only be can tell. Robert J. Burdette. Riverside, California, January 7, '93. I have list...

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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. — 20 September 1893

Si take notice. All person 'indebted' to us roust come forward and make payment. Will buy good wheat . HOSS & McCALL, lit) 6 HOSS & McCALL, Will buy your wheat and Bell you goods at catth prices. .Come and see us. The RED FRONT Fou Bargains. flirt 1 elf ft H ff VOL 'XXV, NO. 21. A Gentleman Who formerly resided In Connecticut, but' who now resides lu Honolulu, writes: "For w years past, my wife and 1 have used Ayer'a Hair Vigor, and we attribute to It the dark hair 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 how our hair has retained its color and fullness, we reply, 'By the use of Aycr'aHalr Vigor-nothing else.'" "In 1808, my affianced was nearly bald, and the hair kept fall ' Ing out I every ;;5- 'S day. I I Induced Ayert Hah- Vigor, and TCry soon, it not only checked any further loss of hair, but produced an entirely new growth, which has remained luxuriant and g...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 September 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., SETP. 20, 1898. The centennial laying of the cor ner stone of the capitol in Washing ton was duly celebrated last Monday. President Cleveland and his Secre tary of the Treasury are treating silver just like some people treat their poor kin. Yellow feveb is epidemic at Brunswick, Georgia, and the people have fled in every direction in com pliance with the advice of physicians. Abodt 75,000 boomers tried their luck for a free home on the Cherokee Strip last Friday. One half of them returned in disgust without land or money. Train robbers are performing some daring feats in relieving express companies of money in possession of their messengers; $75,000 at one pull the other day in Michigan. A recent visit to several counties in upper EaBt Tennessee justifies the statement that our people are blessed with one of the best corn crops ever produced in this section. Some of the Jonesboro people who...

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. — 20 September 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAILS. The mailt arrive and depart from Joneiboro ai follow! : Kendrlok'i Creek Route leaves 6 A.M.; ar rival t):W P.M., daily. Boon's Creek Route leave! 8 A.M. ; arrive! 8 P.M., daily. Fall Branch Route arrives 13 M.; lea vel 12:30 P.M., dally. y Morning HUr Route arrive! 12 M.; leavei 1 P.M., Monday, .Wednesday and Friday. May Day Route leavei 7 A.M.; arrive! 11:S0 A.M., Tueeday, Thursday and Saturday. Railroad, east bound, dally 4:40 A.M. and 4:0ft P.M; went bound, dally l:ftt) P.M. andl:a)A.M. . Stnart's remedies are the bost. Mine Murphy for school books. Judge Smith's mother is with them again. R. M. May wants all your dried apples and peaches. Miss Murphy keeps a complete Hue of school books. ' Silas Cooper and J. J. Hunt left lust Friday for Chicago. S. H. Anderson has the best line of buggies and harness in town. Stuart's Sure Cure for scrofula is the greatest blood purifier on earth. Miss Murphy keeps a . full line of school supplies, and sells them...

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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. — 20 September 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONESBORO W. C. T. V. The twelfth annual meeting of the Woman 'a Christian Temperance Union, of Tennessee, will be held atMaryville, September 27, 28, 20, 1893. Last week we announced the fact that Luther Benson would lecture in Jones boro in the near future. We also ap pended some commendations, press notices. After sending in the announce ment we received a letter stating that owing to serious illness in his family, the renowned lecturer would be obliged to cancel all his engagements for the present, but would fill them later. Just why the annoucement failed to appear with the press notices would be hard for some of us to guess. As the notices appeared laBt week, they certainly needed someezplanation to make them at all intelligible. When some one remonstrated with an old saloon keeper for enticing in the boyB, he replied, "Oh, it is beezness, beezness the old drinkers will soon be dead and where will my beezness be if I don't get the boysV" The Scient...

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 September 1893

.'take notice. All persons indebted to us must come forward and make payment - Will buy good wheat. HOSS & McCALL, HOSS & McCALL, Will buy your wheat and sell you goods at cash prices. Come and see us. The RED FRONT For Bargains. fOL'UV, NO 22. .lOJUH OIlO. TENNESSEE WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE AYER SARSAPARILLA HAiCUriED07HI5 WllCUREYDU -i A, Bright Lad, .Ten yean of age, but who lU-clines to give hit name to the public, mnkos (his authorized, confidential itatemcut to us: " When I was one vfar old, my mamma ;llcd of consumption. Tlie dix-tor sulii that I. too, would soon die, anil all our iielgl.lion ..thought that even If I did not die, I would never he able to walk, because I was o -weak and puny. A gathering formed and broke under my arm. I hurt my finger ntid It cathered and threw out pieces of hriie. If I hurt myself so as to breiik the skin. It was sure to become a running sore. 1 hud .- to take lots of medicine, but nothing has done ino so mu...

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 September 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBOEO, TENN., 8ETP. 27, 1893. "Whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap." This will come home Boonor or later to all men, parties, states or people, who disre gard the laws of God and man. Some twenty or more of our stand ing army it is said are implicated in the Drummond murder, and the Gov ernor hestitates to surrender the ac cused to the civil authorities for trial "Whom the gods would destroy they first make mad,'1 has been true too long in the history of the world, for lynch law to remain the tribunal by which criminals are to be tried and put to death. Since it appears that the murderers of young Drummond at Coal Creek belonged to Tennessee's standing army, the Governor's refusal to offer the usual reward for the murders is as clear as mud. The Democrats in the Lower House of Congress are again in perfect harmony on the question of repealing all laws that enable the United States courts to ...

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 September 1893

HERALD JND TRIBUNE. ' ..THE MAILH. The mailt artive un J depart from Jonesboro an follows:'' Kendrlck' Creek Route leaves 5 A.M.; ar riven K:M P.M., dally. noon's crook Koute leaves 8 A.M. ; arrives S r.oi., uauy. .. ,- , Fall Brapoh Uoute arrives 12 M.; Icavel 12:80 Morning Htur Route arrives 12 M.; leaves 1 l'.M.j Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May Day Route leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 11:80 A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Railroad, east tiound, daily 4:40 A.M. and 4:05 1M: west bound, dally l:ot) P.M. audi:) A.M. Stuart's remedies are the beat. Miss Murphy for school books. Wanted 1D0 bushels chestuuts. R. M. May. R. M. May wants all your dried apples and peaches. A. C. Britton returned Saturday from the World's Fair. Wanted 10,000 pounds walnut kern als. R. M. May. Landon Laws child, near Ebeneezer, died Monday evening. Judge Hart was in town Monday looking after county matters. S. H. Anderson ' has the best line of buggies and harness in 'town. We congratulate Josepn Ly1e on th...

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. — 27 September 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BY JONESBOBO W. C. T. V. The W. C. T. U:, of Jonesboro, will hold a chrysanthemum show about the last of October or the first of November. All ladies possessing the Japanese flowers are invited to exhibit them as there will be a prize given for the finest plant, also one for the best selection of plants. There are some fine chrysan themums in Jonesboro and there will doubtless be a good display. Japanese ladies will be present to show the flowers of their native land. Call to World's and National Woman's Christian Temperance Union Con ventions. To all White Ribboners Greeting: The World's Woman's Christian Tam perance Union and the National Wo man's Christian Temperance Union of the United States will hold their Con ventions on successive days beginning October 16, 1803, in the city of Chicago, in the Memorial Art Institute building,' in which are held all the great Con gresses of the Columbian Exposition year. Tnis will be the twentieth Convention of the w...

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 October 1893

(O TIKE NOTICE. All persons indebted to us roust come forward and make payment. Will buy good wheat. HOSS&MoCALL, HOSS & McCALL, Will buy your wheat and sell you goods at cash prices. Come and see us. Thk RED FRONT Fou Bargains. I o (1 tin 11111 $ a WW VOL: XXV, NO. 23. A FRIEND Speaks through the Boothbay (Me.) Btgitttr, of the beneficial result he has received from a regular use of Ayer's N1U. lie says: "I was feeling sick 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 was Induced to try the old relia ble Ayer'e rills. I have taken only one box, but I feel like a new man. I think they are the most pleasant and easy to take ol anything I ever used, being so finely sugar coated that even a child will take them. I urge upon alt who are In need of a huativo to try Ayer's Tills. They will do good." For all disease of the Stomach, Liver, and Bowels, take AYER'S PILLS Preparedly Dr. J.C. AyerftCo., Lowell,...

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 October 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBOJtO, TENN., OCT. 4, 189S. Wondeb how soon the repealers will tackle the Fifteenth Amendment. The repealers are making lots of fuss, but accomplishing very little in the way of business. James H. Bible, of Chattanooga, has been appointed United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee to succeed Hon. H. B. Lindsay. We are still waiting for some one to claim our reward for the name of one conservative Union man who has got any pie in Tennessee from President Cleveland. When you see Republicans at the head of the Democratic column, turning the repeal crank to undo Republican legislation, put on the brakes and sound the alarm. The Senatorial hornblowers for and against repeal no doubt smole a smile when the President sent in the name of Mr. Hornblower, of New York, for Judge on the Supreme Court bench. The fight for Pension Agent is ended. A. J. Patterson has with drawn, and Major D. A. Carpe...

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 October 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAILH. The raatli arrive and depart from Jonesboro aaiouows: . Kendrlok'i Crelc lloute leaves S A.M.; ar rive H:8 P.M., daily. Boon's Creek Route leaves 8 A.M. ; arrive 8 , P.M., dally. .. Fall Branch Route arrives 12 M.J leave! 12:80 n 11.. J . .u., uuuy. Morning Star Route arrive 12 M.J leaves 1 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May Day Route leaves 7 A.M.; arrive 11:80 A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Haturday. Railroad, east bound, dully i:io A.M. and i Mi l.M; west hound, dally l:o0 P.M. and 1:20 A.M. . Stuart's remedies ure the bent. Miss Murphy for school Looks. Wauted 100 busbelB chestnuts. R M. May. Legal bluuks of all kiuds for sale at this olHue.' , ' ' It. M. Muy wuuts till your dried apples and peaches. T. M. Wells, of Fall Branch, was iu town Monday. Wauted 10,000 pounds walnut kern als. R. M. May. ... Mack Crookshanka returned fiou Chicago Saturday. At Miss Murphy's you can get all the school books you need. Stuart's Sure Cure for scrofula is the ...

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 October 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, About 50 percent of the apples shipped from America last year to Europe were from Canada. A bushel of corn fed to a thrifty 8 month 8 old pig will make more gain than if fed to one twice its age. Texas has shipped more sheep and at better prices during the past eight months than in any previous season. Live stock breeding is the gateway to greater prosperity for the individual farmer, and in consequence the nation. Let the boys take your best horses to the fair. They may not get any prem iums, but tbey will see the horses that do get the honors. Tennessee's land is about equally di vided into cultivated farms and wood land for one half the state and natural forests the balance. Canada shows 150 varieties of pota toes at the World's Fair, and her dis play of fruits is a surprise to many of her Yankee cousins. The farmer who makes swine grow ing a specialty may be able to tell some thing about cost of his pork when ready for market, but his figures will not always a...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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