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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 28 April 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE Austin C. Brit-ton, - Local Editor. CHURCH DIRECTORY. Baptist Chubcii. Rev. M.A. Adams, fuavux. i icavuuiK overy Dunuay at 10:80 a. m., Sunday-school 9 a. m. Prayer meeting every Wednesday even ing at 0:80. Young Peoples' meeting Monday evening at 7:80. Union ser vices Second Sunday in every month at 6:80 p. nr. Come, worship with us. M. E. Church, South. Rev. V. L. Jones, pastor. Services every Sunday as follows: Sunday-school 0 a. m.; Preaching 10:80 a. in.; Young Mens' prayer meeting 2 p. m.; Union services every third Sunday 6:80 p. m.; Prayer meeting evtry Wednesday 7 p. m. The public cordially iuvited to at tend all these services. FlttST PKRSBYTKttUN CHURCH. Rev. B. D. Kennedy, pastor. Sunday-school 9 a. m. Preaching every Second and Fourth Sundays 1 0 :80 a. m. Un ion ser vices every lourth Sunday 6:80 p. m. Publio cordially invited. You are welcome. Come! Second Presbyterian Church. Rev. C. A. Duncan, pastor. Services every Sabbath at 10:80 a.m.; young pe...

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. — 28 April 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, As a fattening and heat producing food, there is nothing better than corn, but no ouo food contains all the ele ments necessary to the maintenance of health. As an exchange says, it is not good economy to use or depend upon any one material as a food for stock, as there are few if any, that furnish all the elements of nutrition in the proper proportion to secure the best gain at the lowest cob., and one of the princi pal advantages in using a variety that is a more complete ration can be made up. Although corn is a cheap feed, es pecially in fattening hogs, other mate rials can be used in connection so as to secure not only better growth and thrift, but also a reduction of the cost At the experiment station at Blacks- burg, Va., there was tested fifteen va ri:ties of cabbages last year. The plants were grown seed started in a hot bed late in February or early in March, and transplanted to a cold frame about three weeks later, and set in the open ground as early in...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 May 1892

MEN'S -FURNISHINGS. :- STRAW HATS. You will find the latest designs. EVERYTHING NEW. WRIGHT HOSS, Xadlaag; Clotlaier.. VOL. XXIV NO. 5. OLD SOLDIER CURED Of Eczema by One Set Cuticura, after using many medicine Without Relief. Although I have very little fnlth In patent medl. clues, I bought one half dozen bottle Haranparilla and one half doien bottle Bareaparilla for eo. aema or prurigo. Nothing gave me relief; and hav. tag served a number of years In the Regular Army, which entltlee me to the Soldier' Home at Wash ington, I want there, and there I came across your valuable Otmcuiu Kemiuiei. I bought a boi of Cutioiira,, a cake of Cuticura 8oap, aud a buttle of Cuticiira Resolvent, and after taking them, and following the dlrecliona to the letter, I feel and look a well aa a new-born baby by a healthy mother. I do not exaggerate It one bit when I ear tney have been worth to me their weight In gold. . C. FRED BLUM, Ho. 623 Penna. Ave., N. W, Washington, D. a Boils all over Body 9 My...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 May 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSIIELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., MAY 5, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOB CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOE 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. BRADSIIAW. 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 trom this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. The McKinley law has just about paralyzed the peach crop of New Jersey and Delaware. The Republican party, in its gener osity and unselfishness, enacts laws for all the people, and provides protection for the workingman irrespective of po litical affiliations. Enloe, of Tennessee, didn't make an ass of himself the other day during the pension examination case, no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 May 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE Stuart's remedies &ra the heat. Groceries! G. C. Mottern. Groceries! My stock is now complete. R. M. -May. D. R. Croyl, of Telford, was in town Saturday. . D. M. Carson, of Leesburg, was in town Saturday. Senator JurueB A. West, of Conkling, was in town Monday. Sain Peavler, of Bristol, spent a day or two here last week. All kinds of patent medicines sold by F. E. Britton, City Druggist. Policeman James M. Campbell spent Sunday, May 1, at Embreeville. A f rosh lot of Millinery just received from New York at M. V. Russell's. Highest price paid for country pro duce by Geo. C. Mottern, the grocer. $500 worth of hats at wholesale prices at ' It. M. May's. Best lot of saddles and harness ever brought to Jonesboro at S. II. Ander son's. Dr. J. S. Stuart has a fine new surrey . that is quite a comfort to himself and family. F. E. Britton City Drugstore is the place to buy Steam's extracts and cologne. J. J. Hunt and wife went out to see his mother on Buffalo Ridge Su...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 5 May 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Every farmer should be a professor of Agriculture. Any ration that a cow will thrive on is a milk ration. Where the sunshine does not enter the doctor must. Wood ashes are never wasted when used an a fertilizer. A family without a garden deserves publio coniniisseration. An unclean cellar is a bad place in which to store vegetables. A market is often of more considera tion than cheapness of land. As a rule, we plow too much. More grass and less plowing will increase in come, reduce outlay and keep up soil. The white of an egg with a little wa ter and sugar is good for children with an irritable stomach. It is said that a Paris laundryman has discarded all 6oaps, sodas and boil ing powders. He merely uses plenty of water and boiled potatoes, and can cleanse, without employing any alkali, the worst soiled linens, woolens or cot tons. In frying fish have your lard very hot ; lay in the fish, and as soon as browned on one side turn over ; when that side is brown move ...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 May 1892

: MEN'S FURNISHINGS, :- STRAW HATS. . You will find the latest designs. EVERYTHING NEW. WRIGHT HOSS, LeajSoig- Clotlilcr. 70L.XXIV NO.C. MY HAIR WAS FALLING Scalp, Scaly and Crusty. Terrible Itching. Three Other Remedies Fall. Cured by Cutlcura For $1.75. I have used the Coticuiu Remedies (or scalp diseases. My hair wan fulling badly, my forotop becoming crusty or acaly, and Itched to badly that I could not keep my hand off my head. If 1 combed off thou scales, a tricky or gummy substane would ooze out of the akin and form anotbe crust. After trying two or three remedies, I ten to you for your book; and after reading it, I used one let of Cuticura, one cake of C'utictra Soap, and took one bottle of the Cuticura Kiholvint, which cured me. . I feel grateful to you for the remedies, and have recommended them to my friends. I. 8. TURNER, Borrento, Lake Co., Fla. Bad Eczema Cured Three yeara ago my little boy had a terrible tore on hla cheat, four lncbea across, beaidea other forma of ec...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 May 1892

I Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSHELL, Editori and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., MAY 12, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOE GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOB CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FCR 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 tne state Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. The Chinese Exclusion Bill is now law. The Big Four of Tennessee are EvanB, Nunn, Napier and Houk, and will rep resent the State at large in the Minne apolis Convention. In the municipal elections which oo curred throughout Indiana last week, Republican gains were made in almost every case, some places showing most remarkable changes. George W. Wins...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 May 1892

HERALD . AND TRIBUNE CHURCH DIRECTORY. Baptist CiivtRcit.-Kuv. M. A. Adams, pus tor. Hiin(lay-N('hooltvory Humlny morning , Binl prenrhlntr every Hunilnv biit wound. Jouiik Peoples' intwtlnir Krliluy evunlni. union sorvfuos In eauh month iu the oven Inn. M. K.CHD1UH Hiivtii. Hev. V. L. Jones, pnUir. Prem-lilng and- Hiiiilny-Rpiixi every Sunday morntnit. Young Men's pru.ver mmaiiiKHiindiiy afternoon. I'rayer meeting Weduumlny evening. Union ser vices onoe a inontli In the evening. Kiust Pukhhytkwas Chukhh. Hunday sehool every Hmuluy muriilug. RKdOND Ppkshytk.kiax Chukch. llev. C. A. Imuran, putttor. I'ntmdiliiir and Hmi-iluy-sehool every Humluy morning. Young 1 copies' prayer meeting every Habliath 45 minutes before in evening sorvles. I'rayer inoetlng Wednesday evening. ITnimi ser vices lit the evening once a month. T!,'.! M' c T. IT., meets the first and third ihursdays Ineaeh month, at S o'clock p. in., Iu the Temperance Hall. Visitors are always welcome. Tub Jonkbiioho Loyal Tkmt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 12 May 1892

-J V. (7 THE HOME AND FARM. IinidtlT SIDE OP FAKM LIFE. I often wonder why bo ninny wlio live In tho country seem to look only upon the dark Bide of their home life. I lived in. the country until I was twenty five, aud in the memory there is far more sunshine than shadow, in fact I often look back upon those days with an in describable longing. Many farmers are so grasping and spend bo little money on luxuries, or frequently even necessities, that to their families life is anything but bright. Or they may live on the frontier, far from church, schools or towns, and thus b6 deprived of many privileges. But giv en a good farm, out of debt, the pro duce of which more than makes a bare living, schools, a good neighborhood, and a farmer with a soul above hoard ing every dollar toward the purchasing of more land, and you have the happi est, most independent life imaginable, Such a home was mine. I was the only sister with four brothers, and truth compels me to add I was Bhown no par tiali...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 May 1892

(1 Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Men's Fine Shoes, Ten. nis Slippers and Shoes. :- EVEKYTIIING THE LOWEST. E. & W. Collars and Cuffs. WRIGHT HOSS, . XKsadiaaa: Clothier. We soil everything in Our lino cheaper than anybody. Wo buy for CASH and get tho big dis counts which our competitors miss. Polite attention, come and see ns. WRIGHT HOSS, 111 VOL. XXIV NO. T. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE, THURSDAY. MAY 39. 1892. " (I .1 I a FACE7 DISFIGURED Painful, Disfiguring Skin Disease. Every Known Remedy Fulls. Cured in One, Month by CuLlcura Remedies. Pome tlmo the last of last NovomW I had some kin disease in my face. It grew very fast, and boat tbe lout of December It becamo o painful and wh very dlaflguring, and I bad tried everything that I knew, but all to no effect. My face grew ; worse Insu-ad of better. After trying every known remedy I ordered a box of Cuticcra IUhediis from you, and began to um It, and In one month my face waa well and as smooth as ever. I ha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 May 1892

J Published every TLurbuay by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSUELL, Editors and Managers. .JONESBORO, TENN., MAY 19, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. for aovERxon, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOB CONGRESS F1BST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOB STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOB FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOB SHERIFF. J. I. HAWKINS. FOR TRUSTEE. J. A. T. BACON. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. J. A. BRADSIIAW. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. II. Strain, of the sixth district, is a candidate for Repre Bentative to the State Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the Kepublican County Convention. TriE Toiler, the Alliance organ of the State, has come out in favor of a third party. Communications intended for publi cation must reach us not later than Monday, must bear the name of the writer, and must be dated from a post office or a civil district, to receive at tention. How much comfort can the free trader get out of the following utter an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 May 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNfi CHURCH BIItr.CTOlW. Baptist C'iniiirii.-Itnv. M. A. Adnms, pas tor. HitmlHy-seliooltiverv Sunday morning anil prriiuhiiitf overy Suniliiv liit hpodiuC . l minx l'uoplos mwtliiK Friday evoninir. Union services lu each month In the ovon tnif. M. E. Chciich Hoi-TU.-Rcv. W. L. Jones, pastor. ProHchiim and Sunduv-soliool every Monday morning. Young Men's prayer meeting HiindHyaftornoon. Prayer meeting Wednesday evening. Union ser vices once a month In the evening. FlRHT PllKMBYTKHIAX (In T RCH.-Hlinday. school every hunduy niorning. Second Ppksh vtkki an Cui'kcii. Kev. C. A. Dunenn, pastor. Preaching and Kiin. day-school every Humbly morning. Yonng l'eoples' prayer meeting every Kiiblmth 6 minutes liel'ore tha evening; snrvics. Praver meeting Wednesday evening. Union ser vices In the evening onco a month. Tub W. C. T. U., meets thenrstRnd third Ihnrsdays in each month, at H o'clock p. in., in tlmToinpvroiiueUull.. Visitors are always welcome. Tiik JosKHiioito Loyal Tk...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 19 May 1892

THE "HOME AND FARM, Rone lunt is very valuable for grow ing fowls. An Ohio former of long exporipitco says Ihut early potatoes of fiuo quality uro UBtmlly not productive. . Eggs from pullets do not always Latch, nor do thoso from hens that are very fat, yet such eggs may bo fertile The Brahmas, Cochins and Leghorns, which conipriso the standard Asiatic breods, have muny desirable qualities. Whon the farm owns the farmer it is '. apt to work him too had. He should plan his work so that he will be the boss, and not let the work drive him. A man who owns CO acres and is out of debt is happier and has a far better chance of success than one who thinks he owns 100 acres, but lias a mortgage tied to it. The wise man gets an ambitious wife and he is careful that she does not over work herself, lie knows that it is cheaper to pay a girl for a year than a doctor for a month. If our crops wore properly diversified and we were growing every product of agriculture that we use, with the area now...

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. — 26 May 1892

1 Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Men's Fine Shoes, Ten. nis Slippers and Shoes. I- EVEm'TIUNO THE LOWKST. E. & W. Collars and CulTs. WHIGHT HOSS. . . Zje.aier ciotmer. VOL. XXIV NO. 8. A MINISTER AND HIS LITTLE BOY CUBED OF obstinatb skin diseases dy the cttti cuka Remedies. Praises them in thb pulpit, home, and in thb street. Cured by Cuticura For about thirteen veara I Lavo been troubled with eczema or some other cutmeoua disense which all remedies f:iiled to euro. Hearing of tho Cl'Ti. oura Kkmedieb, I resolved to give them a trial. I followed tho direction carefully, and It affords me much rileanoro to any that before lining two boxes of the CirrirUBA, four cake of CuTIciutA Soap, and ono bottle of I.'uticimia Kksoi.vbnt, I was entirely cured. In addition to my own cade, my baby boy, then about live months old, was uttering with what I supposed to be the samo disease a mine, o such an extent that his head was coated over with a solid scab, from which there was a cor...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 May 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFQRD & FORNSHELL, , Editori and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., MAY 20, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOB GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOB CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. .FOB STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. 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. H. Strain, of the Bixth 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. Great distress prevails in portions of the West and the Mississippi Valley on account of the excessive floods.. In most of the State conventions held by the Democrats during the last week the Cleveland men have shown up in great shape, and have secured a majority of the delegates. How is this? Adjutant General Norman, Governor Bu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 26 May 1892

'V J r HERALD AND TRIBUNE fend"yPthrio the sorrow stricken SUMMER RESORT. , ' JOHXSOX CITY ITEMS. I nte f ' v 1 , family, fflf A h Stuart's remedies are the best. Coffee, 15o at Fink & Tlickey's, Write to the Jonesboro Inn for rates. New Millinery at Mary V. Russell'i (Jrocenes! G. 0. Mottern. Groceries! Fink & Ilickey pay cash for Produce, Wanted. Washed wool Dosser Bro's. Raisin Grapes, 6c at Fink & Ilickey 's, My stock is now complete. R. M May. Joseph Baird, theTuonument man, is in town. . a Hue new wagon for sale by S. H, Anderson. Dr. A. C. Hobs, after a short illness, is out again. Kev. John T. Wilson went to Ashe ville Monday. 117 our strictly pure Ground Spices, i-lnk & Hickey. J. M. Hoss is making Borne improve menu about his residence. All kinds of patent medicines sold by if. liritton, City Druggist. Apple butter and jellies, 6Jc. per pound, at Geo. C. Mottern s. v Don Farns worth and It. R. Moody, of Ureeneville, were up Friday. When you want an honest 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. — 26 May 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, ThemoBt unprofitable animal to a dairy farm 1b the scrub bull. "When the horse 1b scared hn mnii. with him, but when he tries to scare you, u is time to be firm. A good dairy cow should average a vuua OI Dutter per da fof the . aionthg in milk, giving an aggregate yiuiu oi ow pounds to the year. Common sulphur will kill or drive away the little fish shaped, silvery pest which infests the nantrv. rWinirin sulphur freely about, and the place W 1 1 t 1 wui noon do cleared of. the vermin The extra prices at which the small yeiiow, pear shaped tomato, sometimes oauea tne ug tomato, can be sold to mono wno like them for preserving. will make them often more profitable man me larger varieties, but the de mana ror them 1b not large. If we have got to employ another uiua w tram a colt for us we want a cnance to train the man: If we can not make him good natured.well hB. haved and willing to do his best, he will not succeed in making the colt so, BUU WB Hnnil Irnnnr . t 11 ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 June 1892

f Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Men's Fine Shoes, Ten. nis Slippers and Shoes. :- EVERYTHING TIIE LOWEST. -: " E. & W. Collars and Cuffs. We Bell everything i'n Onr lino ' cheaper than anybody. We buy for CASH and get the big dis counts which our competitors miss. Polite attention, come and see us. WRIGHT HOSS, L.43jac Clothier: LsmAJjag1 Clot, n It. .fn him f If ! s r VOL. XXIV NO. 9. Would Have Scratched MysoTf to Death but for Cutlcura. Best Doctors Two Years. Bills $125. Expended $2.50 for Cuttcura Reme dies. I am To-day a Well Mao, With a Smooth Skin. I win afflicted two yoars with a disease tho doc tori called ring-worin, herpes, or salt rheum. I was treated by three different doctor, the but I could find, but they did me no Rood. My doctors' bills were fvib. One told me 1 would have to go off to some healing springs to get well. I inw your adTiirtlwment, and wrote to you over a year ugu. A young friend of mlno waa going to New Orleans, La., at the time, and I ae...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 2 June 1892

HERALD Al TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSIIELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN,, JUNE 2, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. for aovEaNon, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FR SHERIFF. J. I. IIAWKINS. - 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 sixtn district, is a candidate for Rerjre- sentative to the State Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the ltepublican County Convention. The Republican National Convention meets next Tuesday in Minneapolis. It seems to us that Mills and Holman would ornament a retrenchment and reform platform handsomely. The support given Cleveland in South Carolina is not such as to give much joy or comfort to the heavy aspirant. Last Monday was observed through out the countr...

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