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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 August 1891

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. BOTSFORD & HOrKlNS, Editors and Maunders. a d. Mccracken, Johnson City Editor. AUSTIN C. BRITTON, Local Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG. 13. CHDRCH NOTICES. Baptist Cuckch. Rev. Will H. Os borne pastor. Preaching every Sunday at 10:80 a. m. Sunday-school 0 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wednesday even ing at 7:30. Young Peonies' meeting Monday evening at 7:30. Union ser vices Second Sunday in every month at 7:30 p. m. Come, worship with us. M. E. Church, Socth. Rev. Thos. J. Eskridge, pastor. Services every Sunday as follows: Sunday-school 9 a.m.: Preaching 10:80 a. m.; Young Mens' prayer meeting 2 p. m.; Union services every third Sunday 7 p. m.; Prayer meeting every Wednesday 7 p. m. The public cordially invited to at tend all these services. First Presbytekun Cuuhcu. Rev. B. D. Kennedy, pastor. Sunday-school 0 a. m. Preaching every Second mid Fourth Sundays 10:80 a. m. Union ser vices everv fourth Suudav 7:...

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. — 20 August 1891

. 'i'i i - eioEir ji. lira-. I followed the trtwk of thu Storm Khi(?, Jnst after he conijuoivd his foe, And I saw tlie Btnmj; tM of the fortwt Bide by side with the weakest laid low." I naw by the acono of detraction The effect of the terrible blow. That the tallest of tree in thu forest Are mostly the first laid low. I followed the course of his havoc, Aud I saw on the cold, earthy bed Many strong, old oaks with the fallen Iay withered uud broken ;uid dead. I found the great king of the forest Aside of the nmauentof plants, The oak was still us the willow, They all seemed the same at a glance. I quietly looked oer the scene, And exclaimed of the storm, What a pity ! When the wind aud the storm seemed to Ray, Why this is no worse than your city. You have a storm every day in your i midst, Bnt the custom huu conquered your eyes, And you cannot see for the mist The crimes which you should despise. You aro all on the still-hunt for eold, ' For that seeing to be vour ambition ; They nre...

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 August 1891

' ' ?.? ! y 14 sr.. in WW; 70LXX111.NO.-22. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, I aif&SEE, THURSDAY, AUG. 27, 1891. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE ill ran 'A7 I- IS 'Si it r A I LETIElj. Wasiiixotox, August 21, 1891, There now seems to besometlrr more thyj the mere; opposition to Harrison in the booming of Blaine. Considerable hm been said concerning the circumstance' that many of those who are most active in trying to induce Mr. Blaine to come to the frontVas. a candidate have heretofore opposed Lhiin, and it has beciVprcdictud that if ho got the nomination thcy ,would again be treachery J s , ihu Jfttiti i" only - o b jeer is to defeat Harrison and to provoke bad feeling between the two men. This may be so to some extent, but it is apparently also true that men who have opposed Blaine before have now become convinced that he is the very best man to lead the party to victory. Your correspon dent had a talk txlay with a very prominent man, who was among the most earnest and conscientious opponent...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 August 1891

J OEIOEIHI -Thcre will be a picnic at GourU-y'e Rural Spring. August 29th. one mllu from Jockey, Greeue County, Tonnes, gee. The people are cordially invited to attend, and spend the day in pleasure and recreation. All are welcomed. There will be a picnic at Washington College, September Cth. Some promi nent speakers hare been Invited, and will on that day give the pet-plo something' worth hearing.- All will be kindly wel comed. Hon. A. H. Pettlbone came to the city Monday. Miss Mattie Rankin, one of Wash lngton College's teachers, came to the city Monday. She is looking after the school interest. . Miss Wonlca Craft and brother, Hadeo of Washington College, stop ped off here Monday. They were en route to their former home In Virginia John Brodrlck, the man who fur nished the people ot Jockey with so many goods for five years past, but who is now engaged in the lightning rod bus iness in the Southern Slates, came to the city Monday. He will, in a few days, return to his work in Alab...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 August 1891

HERALD 11 TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALDAND TRIBUNE CO. .iOTSFOUD & UOl'KIXS. Editors and Managers. S. D. McCRACKEN, Jolmsou City Editor. AUSTIN C. BRITTON, Local Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG. 27 CHDRCH NOTICES. Baptist Ciiuitcii. Rev. Will n. Os borne pustor. Preaching every Sunday at 10:80 a. m. Sunday-school 9 a. in. Prayer meeting every Wednesday even ing at Young Peoples' meeting Monday evening at 7:80. Union ser vices Second Sunday in every month at 7:30 p. m. Come, worship with us. M. E. Cm itcn, Soith. Rev. Thos. J. Ehkrid;o, punter. Services every Sunday as followa: Sunday-school 0 a. m.: Preaching 10:80 a. in.; Young Mens' prayer meeting 2 p. m.; Union services every third Sunday 7 p. ni.; Prayer meeting every Wednesday 'i p. m. Tho public cordially invited to at tend all those services. First Puesbytehian Chvrcii. Rev. B. D. Kennedy, pustor. Suuday-school 9 a. m. Preaching every Second and Fourth Sundays 10:80a. m. Union ser vices every fourth Sunduy...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 27 August 1891

S23 3P GrOOSD CK ElfTS, Though storing may come to gloom the sky, And still the song bird's happy lay, And rudely bow the lovely flowers That were erstwhile so fair and gay, Be of good cheer, The sun is near, And soon shall shine again, my dear. Then shall the sky once more bo blue, The binls shall sweetly sing ouce more, Aud gemmed with sparkling drops of " ' rain, The flowers looked lovelier than be fore, Be of good cheer, The sun is near, E'en in the darkest hours, my dear. Though many sorrows crowd your path, As through this graceful world you go, Though hope seems dead within your breust And lore and friendship careless grow, " Be of good cheer, The sun is near, Hid just behind the clouds, my dear. And sometimes, when your eyes are full Of tears, behold ! a rainbow bright, In all rarest hues e'er worn By gems of (lowers, shall meet your sight, Pb of good cheer, I he huh is near, Rich in the gold of Heaven, my dear. : Patty Sweotbrierin Detroit Free Press. AfOIlSWLWE. 'Mat Start...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 April 1892

7s i t 1- 4 'I 1 1 It S. i. . 2 ( -1'- ' '.f'i'.'. IS . V : I f ; ; MEN'S FURNISHINGS. : STRAW HATS. You will find the latest designs. BVEBYtHISO NEW, WRIGHT HOSS, Tw fling: ClotTilT. VOL. XXIV NO. 1. COVERED WITH SORES Tried the Doctor and Almost Every thing I could Think of but Nothing Helped He. Thought I Would Try Cutlcur Rem edies. Ia One Week I Wm Cured. I tried las Cdticitu Rsaioni tod thsy did srcrjrthini (or ma. sly bead ud bod 7 war cot. red with torn kind of sore, and I tried almoal verythlDf 1 snnld think of, ud bully I triad th doctor, bat nothing hslpsd me. After reeding your advartiaem:nt. I thought I would trjr CirricuRA KiaiDii. I bought the Cimcciu, Ccticuba Soap, end the Cutiouha Rssoltsnt, ud ooe , week after I be irso n.lon them my lore dried up, tad I bars Dot had them eince. Ha. S. A. JUNES, Mclntoih, Oa. I Y Guticura Never Failed " jum vviivuit nillDIII I or semirsl yer, eapeclally the CirncuJU, end it ha new failed to do what i claimed for it. It i about the...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 April 1892

Published every Thursday by tho HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSTIELL, Editora and Manager. JONESBORO, TENN., APRIL 7, '02. AXXOUXt'EMENTS. TAX ASSESSOR. We are authorized to announce that D. F. Depew, of the 12th district, is a candidate for the office of tax nsHcssor at tho ensuing August election, subject to tho action of the Republican county convention. We are authorized to announce the name of W. II. M. Smith, of Leesburg, the 16th district, as candidate for the oflice of tax assessor at the ensuing August election, subject to the decision of the Republican County Convention. We are authorized and requested to announce that Major J. A. Bradshaw, of the Third Civil District, is a candi date for tho ollico of County Tax Assessor at the ensuing August elec tion, subject to the decision of tho Re publican County Convention. We are authorized and requested to announce that W. A. Hancher, of the Third Civil District, is a candidate for the office of Tax Assessor at tho ens...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 April 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE Austin C. Bkitton, - Local Editor. For tbo latest styles and newewt pat terns call on Miss "Mary V. Russell. Pants, 50c., at Wright Hobs'. J. J. Scott was in town Monday. Fresh plaster ut S. II. Anderson's. D. F. Depew was in town Monday. Men's shoes, 85c, at Wright Hobs': W. II. M. Smith vvya in town Monday. W. A. Handler was iu town Monday. Plaster! 1'luBter!! atS. II. Anderson's. Hon. McC. Wagner was in town Mon day. Big liio of low cut shoes r.t Dosser Bros. My 6toek is now complete. R. M. May. Suits to suit everybody at Wright Hobs'. Maj J. A. Bradshaw was in town MouUay. Dosser Bros, show an immense line of Oxlord ties. W. C. Keezel, of Limestone, was in town Monday. Millinery opening at Dpsser Bros. Friday, April 8. John Fain was over from Blountville one day hint week. Dr. and Mrs. C. Wheeler was up from Greeneville Tuesday. W. O. I'ropst and his Jouuger brother were in town Monday. Jus. C. Taylor, of Morristown, was in this place Monday. Frank Cochran, of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 7 April 1892

1 .. . v 'a a a to if i 1 V 7v V 1 ' A .1 - THE HOME AND FARM, keeping cows to make axle grease butter is living jjyxt door to the poor lioune. Fillets hatched in March and April, if well cared for, can be depended upon to lay early iu the fall. With the hens that set early it is a good plan to give them a feed of corn daily, it produces wurmth.' Set the first laying of both turkey and duck eggs under hens ; more eggs and better fowls will be secured. Young chickens will eat wheat or sorghum seed when two weeks old, and they will be better than soft feeds. Iiroomcoru should be a profitable crop. Not only is the seed valuable as food for poultry, but the brush commands a ready sale. At the present time the supply is short and prices well up. It is a crop that is as easily grown as com. Those men who say the curculio is a benefactor to the fruit grower have a happy faculty of looking on the bright side of things. They claim he prevents over production. Individually we should choose ov...

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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. — 14 April 1892

i. Si Pants 60c, -FOR- Clothing & Straw Hats, Pants, Famishing Goods, - v.-l VOL. XXIV NO. 2. J0XESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE. THURSDAY. APRIL ulm $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE HOT ONE SORE NOW WASHINGTON LETTER. V, ,i : MEN'S FURNISHINGS. :- STRAW HATS. You will find the latest designs. EVERYTHING NEW, WRIGHT HOSS, wngM Hoss, ir i '0 4 J 5 I i i . Bahy Afflicted with Had Sores and Eruptions. Noltcllcf. Permanently Cured by the Cutlcura. During the mmmn of 1WW mjr eighteen month.' old infant tu ao allllctcd with oruptiona that ordi nary domeatic remrtllea fulled to (five any relief. Od nit hip. would often appear tho areming track of a little wire-like worm, and on other pnrla of hit liody bad aorea came and remained till I procured the Oijticvra Kevioie. For aome time I lined the aoap and aalve without a blood medicine, but the? did not do ao well a when all were lined to. pettier. It haa now been nearly a year alnce the eruption wue healed, and I very much feared it wwld return w...

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. — 14 April 1892

HEBALD 11 TRIBUNE. Published every Thursday by tlio HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO ROTSFORD & FORNSIIELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., APRIL 14, '02. FOE CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. Subject to the decision of the Republi can Congressional Convention. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOB SHERIFF. J. I. HAWKINS. FOB TRUSTEE. J. A. T. BACON. FOB TAX ASSESSOR. J. A. BRADSHAW. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. II. Strain, of the sixth district, is a candidate for Repre sentative to the State Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. The McKinley bill organized a boom in Rhode Island. The wage earners constitute the coi ner stone of this Republic. Thb Republican party believes in honesty in dollars as well as in other things. khodi Island did well enough. She elected (Republican Governor and a legislature of the same stripe, which assures the return of Senator Aldrich. Farmers will ma...

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. — 14 April 1892

IIPO IT n t TT mntnnmi I . . ( i . . i JiuiinuLr n 1 iikimiir "ll ""in.uiucu uri itm;L,ii iiii ui. ii 1. 11 i iV i i ' u u i i' i cuiim immri wirn nap nnn MHiimAii L'xi i tii Aivrvm ai : Austin C. Bkitton, - Local Editor. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Baptist Church. Rev. M.A. Adams, pastoi. Preaching every Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Sunday-school 9 a. iu. Prayer meeting every Wednesday even ing at 6:80. Young Peoples' meeting Monday evening at 7:30. Union ser vices Second Sunday in every month at 0:30 p. nr.. Come, worship with us. M. E. Chikcu, Souru. Rev. W. I. Joues, pastor. Services every Sunday as follows: Sunday-school 9 a. in.; Preaching 10:30 a. m.; Youug Mens' prayer meeting 2 p. m.; Union services every third Sunday 0:80 p. m.; Prayer meeting every Wednesday 7 p. ni. The public cordially invited to at tend all these servicos. First Prkpbytkuun Church. Rev. B. D. Kennody, pastor. Sunday-school . 9 a. m. Preaching every Second and Fourth Sundays 1 0 :80 a. m. Union ser vices every fourth Su...

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. — 14 April 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, POULTRY POINTS. Oats sown us' boou as the grouud can bo worked afford early pasture. Ubo seed liberally. The hens work for a dust bath every bright day they get out. One ought to be lixed under cover for them. Whatever food the hensreceive, keep them dry. Who ever saw a flock full of song and eggs on a wet floor ? Lettuce is one of the best. early greens for supplying penned up flocks. ! A small bed in the garden w ill yield a large amount. "The eggs broke in the nest," is a bad record for choice sittings. Be sure the breeding pens have enough lime containing foods to contain their pro ducts in good, hard cases. The feed makes the egg. Ground oats and corn, equal parts, their weight of bran, and the mass moistened with skim milk makes a solid diet for the production of eggs of a high quality. EXPERIMENTS IN SOILING. At tho Ohio Station, whero a careful soiling experiment has been conducted by Director Williams, these conclusions have been arrived at : That tho ave...

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. — 21 April 1892

MEN'S FURNISHINGS. -: STRAW HATS. You will find the latest designs. EVERYTHING NEW. WRIGHT HOSS, Xjea.ii.ag- ClottaAen:. VOL. XXIV SO. 3. OLD SOLDIER CURED Of Eczema by One Set Cutlcura, after using many medicines O Without Relief. Although I have very little faith In patent modi, clncs, I bought oue half do.eu bottles tfarsaparilla and one half dozen bottle Harsaparllla for ee ema or prurigo. Nothing gave me rt.-lk-f ; and hav lug nerved a number of years In the Regular Army, which entitle! me to the (Soldiers' Home at Wash ington, I went there, and there I ci.me across your valuable Cuticuba Rkxeuies. I bought a box of Cuticitra, a cake of Cuticura Boap, and a bottle of Cuticura Kksoltint, and after tiiking them, and following the direction to the letter, I feel and look aa well at a new-born baby by a healthy mother. I do not exaggerate it one bit when I say they hure been worth to me their weight In gold. r r. . c- FRED BLUM, So. 622 Penna. Ave., N. W., Washington, D. 0. Boils a...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 April 1892

alia HERALD AND TBIBUSE, " Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSHELL, Editor and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., APRIL 21, '0?. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR CONORS S3 FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR SHERIFF. J. I. HAWKINS. FOR TRUSTEE. J. A. T. BACON. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. J. A. BRADSHAW. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. H. Strain, of the sUth district, is a candidate for Repre sentative to the state Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the itepuDlican (Jounty Convention. Self made men are all right, but self made candidates are not in it. ma spring municipal elections very generally throughout the country show nnhaffl.nt.ia1 rraina frtv fria T?ornKlirnna i i i-a mr va ftjUAM u VS VUV AWVj UVllVUU U Senator Hill claims to be a Jack Bonian Democrat, yet while he was in South Carolina he praised John C. Cal houn to the skies. ...

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. — 21 April 1892

HERALD iND TRIBUNE Austin C. Britton, - Local Editor. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Baptist Ciiukch. Rev. M.A. Adams, pastor. Preaching every Sunday at 10 .SO a. m. Sunday-school 9 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday even ing at :80. Young Pooples' meeting Monday evening at 7:30. Union ser vices Second Sunday iu every month at 6:30 p. nr.. Come, worship with us. M. E. Chukcii, South. Rev. W. L. Jones, pastor. Services every fcuuauy as lotiows: Sunday school 9 a.m.; i'reaching 10:80 a. in.; Young ; at 7 o clock. Mens' prayer meeting 2 p. ra.; Union ! Miss Carrie Reeves left last Friday services every third Sunday 6:80 p. m.;'f Asheville whither she has irons to Pmvnr iipntinir evu-rr vvnrf,,.x.,inir i tv ! Ior Asmniue, s miner sno nus gone 10 iu. The public cordially iuvitod to at- tend all these services. . i w First Presbyterian Church. Rev. B, D. Kennedy, pustor. Sunday-school 9 a. m. Preaching every Second and I Fourth RiiudavH m::t0n. m. TTinn sr- vices every lourtn ounaay o:ou p, Publio c...

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. — 21 April 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Many lambs are killed by overfeed ing, but this does not justify underfeed ing. The first six weeks of a pig's life of ten determines its value for pork ma king. A sow must be well fed and cared for that bears two litters of pigs an nually. The pig responds quickly to inbreed ing or crossbreeding. The pig is not a scavenger by nature but a lover of all kinds of sweet vege tation. , Much of the thrift of a pig through ito whole life depends upon the start it gets while young. . Ilence the import ance of having thrifty, well developed sows that will give large amounts of milk and make good mothers. Part of this tendency depends upon feeding, but as much depends upon breeding and inherited characteristics. The pigs from an old sow are apt to be long bod ied, straight backed, and will generally be good breeders. Those from a young sow will be short, dumpy and only good for quick fattening. Doubtless part of the general tendency to degen eracy among pigs comes from bre...

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. — 28 April 1892

: MEN'S FURNISHINGS. :- STRAW HATS. You will find the latest designs. EVERYTHING NEW. WRIGHT HOSS, Pants r Wright Hoss, t lAr-My 50c, FOR Clothing & Straw I-Iats, Pants, Furnishing Goods, VOL. XXIV NO. 4. JONESBORO AND JOHNSON CUT, TENNESSEE, TH UK SPAY. APRIL 28,-1892. 0 - r 01 i VP in I 1 i Hir i vi en I A I Fj A rv I A 1 1 V A A I h - i , . i a mJ OLD SOLDIER CURED I Of Eczema by One Set Cutleura, after using many mediclnea O Without Relief. Although I have ery little fMth In patent medl. one, I bought one half dozen bottle Harsaparllla and one half dozen bottlee fiarsaparllla for eo. zeraa or prurigo. Nothing gave me relief: and bar. Ing aerved a number of yonraln the Regular Army, which entitle me to the Soldier' Home at Wash. Ington, I went there, and there I came aeroea your valuable Cuticub Ktmuns. I bought a box of CuTtctiRA., a cake of Coticub Bop, anil a bottle of Otticura KiaoLTiNT, and after taking thrm, nd following the direction to the letter, I feel and look a we...

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. — 28 April 1892

1 t 1 ' 3 ,vl. '. I'm r i r Published every Thursday by tlie HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFOItD & VORNSHEI.L, Editors and Managers. J0NESB0RO, TENN., APRIL 28, REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOB CONGRESS F1KST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. VES'i . FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR SHERIFF. J. I. HAWKINS. FOR TRUSTEE. J. A. T. BACON. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. J. A BRADSHAW. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. II. Strain, of the sixth district, is a candidate for Repre sentative to the State Legislature from this county at the ensuiug November election, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. If, as the tariff crazy Democrats claim, protection is robbery, spoliation and usurpation, why is it they propose to correct it only as to a few particulars and in a slight degree ? As has been said, the Democrats, according to their own showing, have "consorted with cannibals, entered into partnership with thieves, compounded the felony of burglars, accept...

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