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

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. l'rof. E. P. Moses in in town. Stuart's remedies are the best. A. C, Itrittou apent Sunday here. C. R. Joues was iu town Mouduy. MiH8 Lulu Smith is at Austin Springs. For line purl unit's cult oil J. S. Mathes. Jcscph llaiid, the inoiiuueut inau, is in town. Coino out to the Republican nieetiug Friday night. P. D. Heed, ol' Limestone culled on uh last week. Hon. Mcl 1. Dook-y wiih here ou bubi ni'ss Thursday. Lubricating oils at lowest prices at Geo. C. Mottcrn b. Fine stationery of all kinds for sale by J. S. MathoH. Miss Dai' y Collins, of". Atlanta, Ga., is visiting iriends iu town. Misses Rutttt und Nell Smith spent Thursday last iu Knoxville. All kiuds of patent medicines sold by F. E. lirittuu, City Diuist. Miss Mollie Seainou went to Bristol Monday to spend a few da b. Toilet articles and fiincy (,'ooda of all description at 8:1111 D. Stuart's. Uev. C. A. Duncan went to Knoxville und Maryvillo Saturday morning. John L. Davis, of Knoxville, was in town two ...

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. — 7 July 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Look out for the tent caterpillar. Neutura is the uame of a new caiina said to be a vigorous grower of large flowers. Easy, well fitting harness will make your horse more comfortable during the heated term. The swamp rose mallow is a tall, thrifty plant, desirable for a moist, sunny place. Lillies require but little care; the principal thing is to forbear disturbing them too often. One colony of bees, if a success, will gather honey enough to furnish much sweetness to the family. Prick potatoes before baking so thut the air can escupe; this will prevent their bursting in the oven. Oats and timothy are the proper food for the working teams. Corn is too heating and clover too loosening for use in hot weather. Leave no old brush piles or rotting logs in the orchard, or anywhere about the farm. They only afford a harbor and breeding place for vermin. Rubbing butter with the ladle de stroys the grain and makes it trreasv. Tress as much as you will, but don't rub, and d...

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. — 14 July 1892

Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, lints, Men's Fino Shoes, Ten nis Slippers and Shoes. :- EVKIIYTJIINQ THE LOWEST. E. & W. Collars and Cuffs. WRIGHT HOSS, Wo sell everything in our line 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, VOL XXIV NO. 14. NOT ONE SORE NOW Baby Afflicted with Had Soros and Eruptions. No Keller. Permanently Cured by tho Cutlcura. Pnrinu th mmmw of man my flKhtwn month.' old Infant vu no aftllcU-d with eruptions thnt ordi nary diime.tlo rrmodit'! failed to ive any rrllcf. On hi hip would oflrn appear tho aeeming trurk of a llttlo wire-like worm, and on other part of til. lioily had aorna cumo and remained till I procured thoCtiTict'iiA Ukmkdikh. Kor anmo time I uwd tliu eunp and milvo without tt hlood medlelne, but they did notdoiio well a when nil were lined to (tether. It ban now been neurly a year ilnco the eruption iaa healed, and I very much feared It would...

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 July 1892

HERA.LD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSHELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., JULY 14, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOB PHES1DKNT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OP INDIANA. FOR VICK PRESIDENT, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS 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. BRADSIIAW. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. II. Strain, of the sixth district, is a candidate for Repre sentative to the Stuto Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the Republican County Convention. The tariff is a terror to Democrats and foreigners. Protection does not protect foreign manufacturers. Congress has not done all it has to do, but the Democrats are afraid to do anything more, bo it is doubtful whether Congress will ge...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 July 1892

HERALD AND TRIljUKEJJoneBboroi8nlwav8glaJtOHeooldcit" THE STORM KINU Stuart's remedies are the best. l''or fine perfumes call on J. S. Matties. Miss Sue Donkins was iii town Satur day. Prof. F. T. Watts was iu town Tues day. L. II. Pattou was amoug the crowd Monday. . Prof. E. (i. McCluro was in town Mouday. Tom Pritchott went down the road Saturday. Hal IlayncH, of Iiristnl, was at tho Inn Mouday. Lubricating oils at lowest prices nt f!eo. C. Mottcrn's. Pino htatiouery of all kiuds for sale by J. 8. Matties. Toilet articles and fancy goods of all description at Sain D. Stuart's. I.oyd Pros, are doing some fine wheat threHhing in and mound Jouctiboro. Mrs. A. T. Dosser was quite low a few days ago, but is uow improving. Mr. McClure, of Kuoxville, was in town agaiu last Saturday mid Sunday. Will Cute has been confined to his room for soma days, but is now better. MiBB Aggie Weaver returned Friday from a visit to friends in North Caro lina. Messrs. Prescott and Love, of the Em breovil...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 14 July 1892

THE HOME AND FARM Be sure that coops are moved fie quently; foul ground is worse for dvQkena than old birds. t),tj , freBh wood ashea sifted over cabbages, radishos, potato vines, etc., will drive off fleas, beetles, slugs, etc. The farmer who wages warfare upon birds often destroys his best friends. They do more to keep down our insect enemies than all the insecticides and spraying devices yet invented. Pennsylvania classes crows among "useful birds" and has repealed the estate law by which a bounty was for merly paid for their destruction. Farmers in the vicinity of New York city find a good retail market for ab solutely fresh eggs in the soda water fountains in drugstores and saloons The efforts of tho Agricultural De partment to introduce Indian corn in Europe as an article of food are meet ing with considerable success, especial ly in Germany. We do not hear so much of rain-mak ing experiments as we did a year ago Have our wise men come to the con elusion that they cannot impro...

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 July 1892

Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, lluta, Men's Fino Shoes, Ten. ins Slippers and Shoes. :- EVEKYTH1XG THE LOWEST. E. & W. Collars and Cuffs. WRIGHT HOSS, ypL. XXIV NO. 1G. I , , . . . . . MASS OF CORRUPTION Death Would Have Been Welcome Spent Hundreds of Dollars Without Relief. Procured Cutlcura. Wonderful Chango In Three Months. Completely Cured In Six. 'J torlng the war, I contracted soma kind of t dls. Mao which brouKhtme almost to the point of death. jnj ngn. rm Kim h'k were one mass ok corruption attuR Into my very flush. Hwolllng and Itching terribly, causing moat eiomclatltiK palna. The torture was awful. 1 had aptut hundreds of dol. lura Id futile effort to get well, or even relief, for I waa auffurlng ao thut death would huvo been m happy release. Iter. J. (i. Ahem, who waa the Pastor of Hlckley Circuit, urged mo to procure the (Jutiouha Ukmbiuis. Upon their arrival, I began to uae according to directions, and In leal than three montha I noticed a wonderful change. My 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 July 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO nOTSFORD & FORNSHELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., JULY 21, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WIIITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONQKEHS 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. BRADSIIAW. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. II. Strain, of the ttixth 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 Republican National Committee has selected Thomas II. Carter, of Mon tana, as Chairman. Mr. Carter is a young man, not yet forty, full of vigor and an excellent organizer. Two weeks from today we eelect a Bheriif, trustee and tax...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 July 1892

t HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Stuart's remedies are tho best. W.H.Cox preached at Butler Sunday For flue perfumes call on J. S. Mathes. D. Hale was with us Monday, talking hats. , Hon. W. B. Bowman was in town Monday. Frank Dosser was in from Embrec ville Sunday. Dr. J. S. Stuart is improving, but rather slowly. Robt. Mason has returned from a stay at Clark's Spring. Fine stationery of all kinds for sale by J. S. Mathes. The Johnson City boys won the base ball game Saturday. Mrs. King, of Atlanta, Qa., is visit ing ut Judge Smith's. S. II. L. Cooper spent Sunday in the country with home folks. All kinds of patent medicines sold by F. E. Britton, City Druggist. Toilet articles and fancy goods of all description at Sum D. Stuart's. Miss Elura Mathes, who has been so ill with fever, is still improviug. Misses Maggie Keen and Pearl Sparks spent Saturday in Johnson City. Mack Slemons, of Newcouib, Tenn., is visiting relatives for some days. Mrs. Mat Peoples has been indisposed for several days, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 21 July 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Fowls are bo provided that they can grind any kind of food eaten. It is not strictly necessary to grind their food for them. The farmer that can not make hand some profit with poultry when he has good stock and gives them good caie is an exception. To prevent mold on top of jelly pour a little melted parrffine over the top. This when cool will harden into a thin, Bolid cake, which can be lifted out when the jelly is used, and may be saved for the same purpose next year. The census says that we have 14,000. 000 horses in this country, jtnd that they are worth upon an average $67 each. By judicious breeding their value could be doubled in a few years, and our national wealth thus increased nearly $1,000,000,000. Fat is not desirable in any kind of Btock intended for breeding. A fat sow will either fail to produce pigs or will produce them of delicate constitution, as well as small and weak at birth. The same rule applies to maree, cows and ewes. Hens that are overfe...

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 July 1892

Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, Hats, Men's Fino Shoes, Ten. nis Slippers and Shoes. :- EVERYTHING THE LOWEST. E. & W. Collars and CulTa. ' WRIGHT HOSS, Wo sell overjrtii'nginoiji' line . cheaper than anybody. ' We buy for CASH and get the big dis counts which our competitors miss. Polite attention, come and see ub. WRIGHT HOSS, 0 VOL. XXIV NO. 17. J0NESB0R0 AM) JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY. JULY 28, 1892. 1 v LI It JtJL 41 A VIMD IV iiwivn , --. ui tl I il 11 J i tut n i i'j m i i iv a i 1 1 a iv i : AN ECZEMA ON A ROY 1 t Sufferings Intense. Head nearly Raw, Body covered with Sores. Cured ' by Cutlcura Remedies. I bonght a bottle of Ccticura Rkoi.vnti one box CuTIcinu Balvk, and one cuko of t'UTiciiBA Soap, for my on, nl thirteen years, who bas betn allllcU-tl with et-iema for a long tlinu, and I am pleased to say thnt I txllove I ho remeUii's have cured him. Ilia suffi-rlngs were In. tense, hit head belns; nearly raw, his eara being (tone except tho gristle, and his bo...

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 July 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, ' Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSIIELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., JULY 28, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS 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. FOB TAX ASSESSOR. J. A. BRADSIIAW. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. H. Strain, of the Blxtn district, is a candidate for Kepre sentative to the State Legislature from this county at the ensuing November election, subject to the action of the JtepuDiican county Convention. An article from Judge Patterson on a Protective Tarriff will appear in our next issue. Tub man who sells his vote would still his soul, and however small the pr.ce it would be too much for it. . If any one has an idea of scratching a ...

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. — 28 July 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Stuart's remedies are the best. Dr. J. S. Stuart is ubout the sauio. Jim Fain arrived iu town Tuesday from Jollico. J. K. 1 1 il boit, of Embreeville, was in town Monday. Fine stationery of all kinds for sale by J. S. Muthes. The treat of the Reason will be Carter Helm Jones' lecture. Charles Cute is back, after a Bhort absence at the springs. Turbell's Language lessons for sule by Miss Eugenia Murphy. All kinds of patent medicines sold by F. E. Krittou, City Druggist. We are glad to state that John A. (irisham is about well again. Smoke Our Candidate cigars. Yon can get them ut (1. C. Motteru's. Iiruco Smith was at Clark's Spring Sunday uud reports a good time. Miss Kute Young was down irom Johnson City a day or two lust week. II. N. Miller, a merchautof (iurber's Mill, was iu town on business Monday. For patent medicines and anything iu the drug line call on Sum D. Stuart. Misses Ida and Muttie ISuyless are visiting White Hay less near Hrouws boro. Mrs. R. M. M...

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 July 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, An ounce of beuzoino, infused drop by drop in a quart of rosewater, makes a delightful aud soothing face wash. Rub the furniture well with a very little oil upon a Boft rag and you will remove finger marks from varnished furniture. Strengthening Cordial Beat one egg to a froth with two teaepoonsful of su gar, then beat into a glass of wine and drink at once. Steel knives which are not in general UBe may be kept from rusting if dipped in a strong solution of soda (one part soda to four of water), then wiped dry, rolled in flannel and put in a dry place. Excelsior Corn Cake Take one cup cornmeal, one cup flour, two teaspoon f ul of baking powder and butter the size of an egg. Mix together, and then add one egg, one half cup of sugar and one cup of sweet milk. Bake twenty minute?. A cure for soft corns that is simple and said , to be very effective, is to ap ply a pinch of common white chalk scraped to a powder." Bind it against the corn with a i linen rag. Repeat th...

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 August 1892

Clothing, Men's Furnishing Goods, Huts, Men's Fine Shoes, Ten. . nis Slippers and Shoes. : EVEUYTII1XQ THE LOWEST. E. & W. Collars and Cuffs. WRIGHT HOSS, Wo soil everything in our lino choapcr than anybody. We buy for CASH and get tho big dis counts which our competitors miss. Polite attention, come and Bee us. WRIGHT HOSS, WW 1 IN SIX OF US AFFLICTED With Crusty, Sca!y Skin Disease. It Tormented Us All. Almost Drovo Sly Wife Mad. Doctors oiid Medicines Palled. In stant Relief and Speedy Cure of All by Cutlcura. Three ywirs ntro my wlfn, four little children, and myself worn nfllicU'd Willi a crusty, sculy dini'iwo of the skin. It tormented uh nil. tiuch a plague I hope will never ugna viwlt my family. My children's urcb were respectively nine, seven, mid four yearn, except tho youngest, who was only two months old. Of nil our Buffering, my wife suffered the meet. It almost drovo her mail. Tho dlseuso llrst inndo ita nppcurunco on my wife's hack hetwoen tho abuuldvra, aud sprea...

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 August 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSHELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG., 4, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OK INDIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WHITELAW RE1D, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGK W. WINSTEAD. FOB CONGRKSS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FliOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR SHERIFF. J. I. HAWKINS. FOR TRUSTER. J. A. T. BACON. FOR TAX ASSESSOR. J. A. BRADSHAW. We are authorized and requested to announce that 8. H. 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. Colored men should remember that the recent Democratic Legislature is re sponsible for the "Jim Crow" cars. Alabama held her State election last Monday, and Jones, the regular Demo cratic candidate for Governor, was elected. Again we say ...

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 August 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Stuart's remedies are the best. Charley Thomas is improving. Miss Florence Osborne is better. For fine perfumes call on J. S. Mathes. Miss Gertie Hilbert was in town Jast Tuesday. John A. Grishani is able to be on the road again. Hon. W. P. Brownlow is at home for a few diyg rent. Chauucey It. Botsford spent Sunday in Chattanooga. Buy your horse collars, halters, &c,. of S. II. Anderson. Fine stationery of all kinds for sale by J. S. Mathes. Shell Shipley, formerly of this place, is in town this week. Miss Pet Smith has been in Kuoxville for the lust few days. TarbeH's Language Lessons for sale by Miss Eugenia Murphy. Hon. W. B. Bowmau was circulating among the voUrs Monday. All kinds of patent medicines sold by F. E. Brilton, City Druggist. Toilet articles and fancy goods of all description at Sam D. Stuart's. J. B. Duucan, merchant of Bowman town, w as on our streets Saturday. Miss Ida Middleton, who has had the fever for a week or more, is improving. Miss ...

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 August 1892

THE HOME AND FARM. Ou the bid all farm a few sheep well kopt will pay. The utmost care is required to make sheep breeding a success. : - i The check rein is a folly and bo are the blinders on our bridles. . ' - ' f A dry pasture is an essential item in keeping sheep hoalthy and thrifty. About the only way of preventing dogs from killing Bheep is to kill the dogs. Small flocks thrive the best because there is less crowding in the pastures and sheds. If the parents do not possess the qualities we would like in the offspring how do . we expect that tho offspring will be 'Satisfactory;1' . tWhafare-you feeding for? If for growth, oorn wilP dot make it. Oats, mill stuff, bran or peas will. If you want fat, corn is the cheapest and best food in the world. . y In feeding roots in the dairy, cut them up and mix with bran if you want to get the most food from both. Put in as much bran as can well be damp ened with the juices. The lazy feeder may throw twice as much feed as' the hogs want bef...

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. — 11 August 1892

CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, HATS, BOOTS & SHOES. Prices Lower Than Anybody. Stetson Hats, E. &. W. Collars and Cuffs. HOSS & McCALL, I j(ri(liii Clothier). WE CAN'T BE DOWNED. We buy Clothing for Spot Cash and can and will sell cheaper than those who buy on long time. If you want nice clean goods give us a call. HOSS & McCALL. Loading Clothier. VOL. XXIV NO. 19. I. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, AUG., 11, 1892. a $1 A VFAD Ir imivnu lUAlt 111 A M M nilTi MY HAIR WAS FALLING Scalp, Scaly and Crusty. Terrible Itching. Three Other Romedles Fail. Cured by Cutlcura For $1.75. T have uwd the CuTicmtA Remedies for scalp discuses. My hair win fulling bail ly, my forotup beciiminif crusty or willy, mid itched hu hiully that I could nut ktH'p my hands off my hi uil. If I combed off those scales, a sticky eir Ktimniy eulistnno would 007.0 out of t ho takin uud form nuothe crunt. Afler trying two or thro) rein, lien, 1 Hen to you for your hook; and lifter mulin...

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 August 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, . Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FOENSHELL, Editor! and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., AUG., 11, 1892 REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICE PRRSIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NKW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOB STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. We are authorized and requested to announce that S. II. Strain, of the Bixth district, is a candidate for Repre sentative to thn Stfttfl T,Pfrinliitnro frrtm this county at the ensuing November election, suDject 10 tne action 01 tne Republican County Convention. It was a glorious victory. Thomas B. Reed has been renomina ted for Congress. What's the matter with Bradshaw V Oh, he's all right. Congress has adjourned. Let all join in tinging the doxology. Tub hot weather does not seem to af fect the Democratic campaign lie. Our Prohibition brother does not seem to be in it when it...

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