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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 11 October 1893

$ ill TAKE NOTICE. All persons indebted to ua roust come forward and make payment Will buy good wheat HOSS & McCALL, s HOSS & McCALL, Will buy your wheat and sell you goods at cash prices. Come and see us. The RED FRONT For Bargains. mi VOL XXV, NO. 24. J0NESB0R0. TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER li, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Onlyjhe Scars Remain. . "Among the many testimonials which I see In regard to certain medicines perform log cures, cleansing the blood, etc V writes Hkwbt Hudson, of the James Bmlta ' p Philadelphia, Pa., "none impress me more than my own cue. Twenty years ago, at the age of is years, I had swellings come on my legs, which broke and k became runnln inm. Our family physician could I do me no good, and it was feared that the bones .3 would be aflec ted. At last, H my good old mother Inrgva me to try Ayer's Sarsaparllla. I took three bottles, the sores healed, and I hare not been I troubled since. Only the I sears remain, and the memory of the past, to frfim...

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 October 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., OCT. 11, 1898. "What in the matter with the mail service V Ask the Democrats. The Republican State Convention of New York, last week nominated a -popular ticket for State officers and adopted a platform standing by pro tection, gold and silver, and Baying nothing about the Sherman law. The Democratic State Convention of New York, held last week, de mands a repeal of the Sherman law, and favors female suffrage. The South is not likely to swollow either of these pills unless they are sugar coated. Having done nothing but oppose the laws passed by Republicans for thirty years, it is natural the Demo crats should want to repeal every thing they opposed. Guobs they will propose a repeal of the amend ments before they quit the business The Democrats are afraid to trust the uncertain custom house receipts for current expense under their pro posed tariff for revenue only, and are figuring on raisin...

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 October 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MAILH. The mulls arrive and depart from Jonesboro an follows: Kendrtok'stfreek Itoute leaves 5 A.M.: ar rive 8:iiU P.M., dully. Boon's Creek Route leaves 8 A.M. J arrlvos 8 P.M., dully. Fall Branch Route arrives 12 M.; leave! 12:80 P.M., dally. .' Morning Htar Route arrives 12 M.; leaves 1 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May Pay Route leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 11:30 A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Haturday. Rai!ron , .(.,(. it.:u, dnllv- :W am. and i-.tii iM: tvosi, liouud, diUly :iu P.M. undl:JUA.M. Quart's ren i'M lies aru thu bent. Miss Muipliy lot bihuul Looks. . Legal blauks ol ull kinds for sale at thisoflico. Wanted 1,000. bushels white beuus K. M. May. - Miss Murphy keeps a complete line of school books. Stuart's Sure Cure for scrofula is the greatest blood purifier on earth. If you waut a good watch mid chain foi- a little" money go to' II. H. McPer bou II. H. McPherson will sell you jew elry cheaper than you can buy it else where. Twenty five shares Jo...

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 October 1893

THE HOME AND FARM December, January and February are the three mouths when the cows re quire the best of feeds and care in order to get the greatest profit from them From now till then we should do all we can to prepare the cows for their winter's work. And now is the time to weed out the herd and sell the potr cows. Always be on the lookout for an ex tra good cow. There is such a vast difference between an extra good cow and an ordinary good one. Sometimes the difference is one hundred per cent but a fifty per cent gain is common. Some cows arc good for six months some for eight aud some all the year It is the all the year cows we want Five cows were milked four weeks by two different persons, each milker serving two weeks, both beinar com petent, one of them doing his average milking and not aware that an ex periment was under way; the other was fully informed as to the nature of the experiment and expected to contribute his best skill for the purpose in view, in the case of the o...

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. — 18 October 1893

All persons Indebted to us must pay up. We need the money. We take good Wheat on account. .... HOSS & McCALL II TRY Hoss & McCall Roller Flour. Gold Dust, - $4.80 Per Bbl. Pearl, P 4.00 " MP i Ivory, - 3.60 Snow Flake, 3-60 White Frost, - 3.20 CLOTHIERS. MENS FURNISHERS. WIT 7T 7P ... ii 'l 1 1 WMte Frost " 3-20 ypL XXV, XO, 25. .10NESB0R0, TEMESSEE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE . - I ' ' " - ' . I INFLUENZA, Or La Grippe, though occasionally epl. aemlo, ! always mow or leu prevalent. The bent remedy for this complaint is Ayere Cherry Pectoral. "Last Spring, I was taken down with La Grippe. At times I was completely pros, trated, and so dlOlcult was my breathing that my breast seemed as If confined in an Iron cage. I procured a bottle of Avar's Cherry Pectoral, and no sooner bad I began taking It than relief followed. I could not be lieve that the effect would be so rapid and the cure so complete. It Is truly a wonderful med lolne."-W. H. Williams, Crook...

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. — 18 October 1893

HERALl) AND TRIBUNE Published every Wednesday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. .TONESBORO, TENN., OCT. 18, 1803. THE.HolHton M. E. Church Annual Conference met In Maryville lust week The M. E. Church. South. Annual Conference convened last week in Knox- ville. s i "Ti- ' ' - " . ( -w-r-r-8-r?i ' ; CoNUllKSSMAN ToM RKED WB8 in Ohio last week making speeches for McKinley and the Republican ticket Senator Allen spoke fifteen, hours against the repeal bill last week, and now has the honor of haviug made tbo longest continuous speech on record. Rev. Geo. R. Stuakt is out in a let ter indicating , a determination on the part of the temperance people to take a hand in Tennessee politics in 1804. Governor Foraker in a speech the other day declined to abuse Hoke Smith because he was doing so much to make Republican: votes for McKiu ley. '-- v - The Baptist State Convention of Tennessee was in session in Jackson. Tennessee, last week, and goes next year to Edgefield Church, Nashville, lennessee....

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 18 October 1893

i : HERALD AND TRJBUNE. , THE MAILH. The malls arrive and depart from Jonesboro Boon'i Creek RoQte lea vet 8 A.M.; arrive! t Fall Branch Route arrives 13 M.j leavel U:M P.M., dally. . , ' Morning War Route arrives 12 M.; leaveil f.M.i Monday, Wednesday and Friday. ' May Iay Route leaves 7 A:M.T arrives ll:flO A.M., Tueeday, Thursday and Saturday, Railroad, east bound, dally 4:40 A.M. 'and and 1:JJ A.M. Stuart's remejies are the beet. Miss Murphy for school books. Buy your salt from Geo. a MoUorn. R. II. Duhlgluh was in town Satur day, Thad Got was here as uiuil last Sunday. ,. , Wantedl.OOO bushels white beans R. M. May. R. M. May wants all your dried apples and peaches. Chas. Taylor is here on a visit from Chattanooga. , Miss Murphy keeps a complete line of school books. . D. Duncan was down from John son City Monday. W. 0. Mathes was down from John son City Mouday. - At Miss Murphy's you can get all the school books you need. . S. H. Anderson has the best line of buggies and harne...

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. — 18 October 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, Keep your stock growing a. rapidly as possible, and be sure to keep a sup ply of water on hand for them at all times. There is no general purpose breed of fowls. One will be better for eggs than for market than for eggs and another better for eggs than for market. Study your market and choose accordingly. There is no excuse in these days for keeping scrub fowls, for it takes but a small amount to start a flock of some pure breed. The man who keeps scrubs is the one who is whining that "chick ens dont pay." There is not the least danger of a hen scratching too much in an effort to get food through she may not be able to find food enough by any amount of scratching. It is nature for her to cratch and the best way to prevent her from scratching where she ought not to, is to give herplenty of grain, thrown among litter, to hunt for. Throw it around the straw stack if you have no better place. SELL THE SURPLUS. The farmer or breeder who keeps culls through the Winter i...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 October 1893

Iff All persons indebted to us must pay up. We need the money. We take good Wheat on account. V HOSS &. McCALL. . . 1, try H05S & McCall Roller Flour. Gold Dust, $4.80 Per Bbl. Pearl; - 4.00 " lvoryt - 3.60 " Snow Flake, - 3'60 " White Frost, - 3.20 " U 111 n ii i in' ill VOL XXV, NO. 2G SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE CLOTHIERS. MEN S FURNISHERS. . mNF.SHORn TPWFSSPr WF.nNflsniV hhthrpp ok iqqq cuar ' H (long ntal Iwl j strongs Sarsaparilla . M-Hmrorly. a well-known Dullness man the merits of Ayer's Sarsaparilla: "8t venU I?i!,??,Jiht T IfK.the Injury leaving sore which lad to eryslitelas. MrsuBerinra were extreme, my leg, from the knee to the ankle, being a solid sore, which brean to ex tend toother parts of the body. Afiertrylng various remedies, I began taking Ayer'i Barsspar lla, and, before I had flnlslied tha first bottle. I experienced great relief: tha second bottle effected a complete cure." Ayer's Sarsaparilla Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co, Lowell, Mu. Cures other8,wII...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 25 October 1893

HERALD The mul' M7 Kend' If TRIBUNE. r'eduoiday by the TRIBUNE CO. rENN., OCT. 25, 1803. ist continue to improve is daily in receipt of 1 in the neighborhood of jiO. Memphis Avalanche. proves that the Sherman law has had nothing to do with the Demo oratio hard times. Jobt after the war the amended Con stitution disfranchised all men in Ten nessee who had participated in the re bellion, and even Union men were re quired to produce a certificate before they could vote. This is a copy of such certificate now in possession of Josiah Mahoney: State of Tennessee, ) County of Washington, J BS. To all who shall Bee these Presents, Greeting; Be it Remembered, That John Ma honey being a male inhabitant of the State of Tennessee, of the ago of twenty one years, a citizen of the United States, and a resident of said County for six months now last past, and hav ing proved before me, by two competent witnesse I who are known to me to have been at all times unconditional Union men, who are persona...

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. — 25 October 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. THE MA.IL8. Tha malls arrive and depart from Jonesboro ai follows: Kendrlek's Crek Rout leaves 8 A.M.: ar rives 8:88 P.M., dally. Boon'i Creek Route leaves 8 A.M.; arrive t . P.M., daily. ' Fall Branch Route arrives 12 M.; leavel 12;80 P.M., dally. Morning Star Route arrives 12 M.J 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, dully 4:40 A.M.'nnd 4:05 P.M: west bound, dily-l:60 P.M. ' and liffl.l.M. OUR CLUBBING BATES. Herald and Tribune and American Farmer end Par in News, one year. $1 00 Herald and Tribune and Farm Journal 1 00 Herald and Trlbuno and Deuioresl's rumny jiajjuiiue...... 2 00 "Tliese ratot are for casb subscribers. Stuart remedies are the best. Miw Murphy (or school books. Buy your salt from Geo. C. Motteru. "Wanted Walput Kernels. Dosser Bros. " . ' Wanted 1,000 bushels white beans R. M. May. . R. M. May wants all yoor dried apples and peaches. D...

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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. — 25 October 1893

I f r: J!' :'.'FI K: t, . v'AriV. TEMPERANCE COLUMN. EDITED BT JONKSBOBO W. a T. V. (CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK.) A significant and suggestive feature of the transactions of the turf ia the vast amount of money involved. Things here always go in large figures. Turf writers, race track owners and gamble talk as glibly of thousands and tens of thousands as honest men do of dollars and cents. John A. Mor ris is said to have an income of $150, 000 a year from stakes and purses alone, and he is worth mony millions. The "Big Four" of Guttenberg were poor seven years ago. Now they own palatial residences in the city, and are worth all the way from one hundred thousand to a million dollors each The gross receipts at Guttenberg each year are said to be over $2,600,000, and of this amount ove $1,750,000 is clear profit The "starter' on the Gutten berg track receives a salary of $55,000 a year, and many perquisites. A jockey who rode a winning horse in a great race a few weeks ago received 85,00...

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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. — 1 November 1893

f flf Hi All persons Indebted to us must pay up. We need the money. We take good Wheat on account. i' HOSS & McCALL. 4 hisnir TRY Hoss &. McCall Roller Flour. Gold Dust, - $4.80 Per Bbl. Pearl, - 4.00 " Ivory, - 3.60 " Snow Flake, - 3 60 " White Frost, - 3.20 " IP FOL. XXV, NO. 27; JOKESBORO. TENNESSEE, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER I, 181)3. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE CLOTHIERS. MEN S FURNISHERS. 1 I INFLUENZA, Or La Grippe, though occasionally epi demic, Is always more or less prevalent. The best remedy for this complaint te Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. "Last Spring, I was taken down with la Grippe. At times I was completely pros trated, and so difficult was my breathing that my breast seemed as If confined In an Iron cape. I procured a bottle of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and no sooner had I began taking it than relief followed. I could not be lieve that the effect would be so rapid and the cure so complete. It Is truly a wonderful med-lolne."-W. H. Williams, Crook City, 8. D. AYER'S ' Cherry Pe...

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. — 1 November 1893

HERALD AND 'JRIBUNE. Published every Weduc wiay by the HERALD AND TRIHUNE CO. .TONESBORO, TENN., NOV. 1, 198. Thk repeal bill passed the Senate Monday night. Ayes, 43 ; nays, 82. Before this reaches our readers the "Wilson repeal bill will no doubt be passed by both Houses; and if the Democratic theory be true, times must at once get better. We have more faith in the votes to be given next Tuesday in Ohio And other States, than in the Congressional vote to repeal the Sherman law. If these votes are fav orable to Republicans, you may count on prosperity to return gradually, but if otherwise we leave it for some other prognosticates to tell what is to happen. COLD BLOODED MURDER. Hon. Carter II. Harrison, Mayor of Chicago, was murdered in his own home Saturday evening by Eugeue Patrick Pendergast, who was admitted by a servant to see Mr. Harrison and who without a word of warning shot his victim three times, from the effects of which Mr. Harrison died in twenty minutes. The murderer e...

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. — 1 November 1893

PiasciosY. THE MAILS. The malls arrive and depart from Jonesboro as follows: Kendrlck's Creek Route leavosSA.M.: ar rives 8:H P.M., daily. Boon's Creek Rod te leaves 8 A.M. ; arrives 8 P.M., dully. Fall Branch ltoiite arrives 12 M.; lcavel 12:80 P.M., dally. Morning Htar Route arrives 12 M.; leaves 1 P.M., Monday, Wednesday and Friday. May I.)fiy Route leaves 7 A.M.J arrives 11:30 A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Haturday. Railroad, east bound, dally-6:Sl P.M. and H:00 P.M; west hound, dally 7:06 A.M. and Vi-M P.M. COUNTY OKKICKKS: Hherlfl J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk S II L Cooper. Chairman County Court H C linn. County Court Clerk Jauoli Iab. Clerk and Master W K Young. Trustee-J A T Kitenn. Register A M Htewjrt. County Hurvever T T Young. HupU rulillo Schools F T Walts. Tax Assessor J A itradshaw. THE COURTH: Circuit Court Judge, A J Ilrown; At torney Oenerul, 11 T Campltell ; Clerk, H II L Cooper. Meots first Mondays In April, August and December. Chancery Court Chancellor, John ...

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. — 1 November 1893

CEDAR BILL. The people of this community are getting along nicely sowing wheat and gathering corn, but are not pleased with the talk of removing the Alfred Postofiioe. It is understood that Hen ry Clark haa been appointed to succeed L. C. Garber, our present postmaster. This is contrary to the whishes of the people not because they have any thing against Mr. Clark, but it is on account of the inconvenience it will be to the patrons of the orlice to move it to his house. The people of this community are kind and generous, Una in their political views, believing that the party in power should have control of the offices. Both Democrats and Republi cans object to moving this office. The present locution is the best in the com munity. Schoo) is in session about six months in the year and most all of the families are represented in school and it isn't any trouble to get the mail every mail day. The school is getting along nicely at Cedar Hill under the control of Mr. Depew. The inhabi ta...

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. — 8 November 1893

fir All persons Indebted to us must pay up. We need the money. We take good Wheat on account. HOSS & McCALL. TRY Hoss & McCall Roller Flour. Gold Dust, - $4.80 Per Bbl. Pearl, . 4.00. 1 Ivory, - 3.60 it it ii EL H. IVJK. Snow Flake, - 3 60 White Frost, - 3.20 " VOL. XXV, NO 28. ONFSPOHO TENNESSEE. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1893. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE CLOTHIERS MEN S FURNISHERS. SARSAPAR1LLA V.ULCUREYKI ''III jj S(D88 A Bight Lad; Teh yean t,f ape, but who declines to ulv- liW r.;:ms to the. puMic, nukes Hiis authorized, conadenttiil statement to usj "When I wax one yoarnld.mymnmnti iMerf or euiisuimiiion. "riie doctor sulci lint I. too, would nooii dip iiiid nil iir i,eli;l,liii thought Ihut even if ) did not die, f , ST? 'Vie beeunse i V,s v lkll(,1 P'"'y- A gatlierlnn formed mi l broke under my aim. I hurt my finger mid If nuTl'1',', ,l r',w'"' o bone vuis iure to liecomo a running sore. 1 lad Jo take lots of medicine, buf noM inil , , T !' 'v" """,B tl-OIIU."- i. I. M., Mtrca...

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. — 8 November 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Published every Wednesday bj the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. JONESBORO, TENN., NOV. 8, 1S93. Democratic promises, confidence, boom town lots and silver mines, all seem to be in the soup. "While the politicians are at work saving the country most of the voters are idle," says the new York Record. Ballot box frauds, gold bug Democ racy, hard times and heavy taxes must be put down before there can be pros perity and happiness in all our homes. Now that the Sherman Silver Law has been disposed of the people will soon be able to ascertain just how lit tle it has to do with the business de pression. , The World's Fair closed last Tues day. The attendance was very large 27,529,400,including free admissions. The greatest day web Chicago day, when 716,884 persons on the ground. The result of the election held yes terday mar be of great importance in the next national election, but that it can in any way influence the action of the Democratic party with reference to a protectiv...

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. — 8 November 1893

EIBECTOEY. THE MAILS, The malls arrive and depart from Jonesboro an follows: Kendrlck's Creek Route leavosSA.M.; ar. rlve 8:39 P.M., dally. Boon's Creek Route leaveB 8 A.M. : arrives 8 P.M., dally. Fall Branch Route arrives 12 M.; leavel 1:2:30 P.M., dally. Morning Star Route arrive 12 M.s leaves 1 P.M., Moiulay, W duesdayaud Friday. May Day Route leaves 7 A.M.; arrives 11:80 A.M., Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Railroad, east bound, daily R:81 P.M. and : P.M; west hound, daily 7:W" A.M. and IJ: P.M. COUNTY (IFFI'IOUS: Slierlll-.; I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk S II f. Cooper. Chairman County Court 11 (.' Hurt. County Court Clerk Jacob I.onli. Clerk ami Master W V Young. Trustee J A T Haoon. Register A M Stewart. County Snrvcyer T T Young, Hupt. I'uhllo Sohools K T Watts. Tax Assessor J A Hradshaw. THK COIRTH: Circuit Court Judge, A J Drown; At torney Ucncrul, 11 T Campls-ll ; Clerk, S 11 I, Cooper. Meets first Mondays In April, August and lieeeniber. Chancery Court Chancellor, Joh...

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. — 8 November 1893

TEMPERANCE COLUMN. BDITEJ BY JONKSBOKO W. C T. V. A FAREWK1X MEETINO. Thursday, Oct. 19 A Mothers' Meet ing by the Huperinteudeut ol' that du partraent our dear siBter, Mrs. Akcrg. There was an un usual y good attend once. The superioteudant led in her usual inimitable way and as we rea lized that it was the last time she would be with us in that capacity an unutterable sadness filled our souls. Only those who have been privileged to attend the Mothers' Meetings since she became superintendent can realize what the loss of such a one is. On whose shoulders will her mantle fall? The subject chosen for discussion waB purity. Are we all as much interested in that subject as we should be? Not only the mothers but the fathers, teach ers, ministers and lawmakers of our land should be more awake and vigi lant on the subject of this great evil that is leaving its blighting.blackening ineflacable stains on the souls of our youth. We may venture to assert, without fear of successful contradic ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
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