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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 15 September 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. 1 hose of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will please bring it in now, before the roads get Daa. Bring twenty inch wood. Guess. ' $1C for a guess. Stuart's remedies are the best. Salt, Salt, Salt at Q. C. Mottern's. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Tin fruit cans at the Mason tin shop, Call at the Mason tin shop for tin fruit cans. Rugs, lace Dosser Bros. curtains everything at O. E. Maboney spent Sunday in Greeneville. T"l 1 A. T a . 1 xveprcBuuuiuve oobq a. juatnea was in town Monday. Pencils, tablets, satchels, etc., at Miss Eugenia Murphy's, G. W. Dove, of Dove's Mill, was here last week on business. L. C. Harrison, of Free Hill, was in town one day last week. ' Do your trading with J. J. Hunt if you would save money. R. L. Bayless, of Chucky Valley, gave us a call last Friday. . All kinds of patent medicines sold by F. E. Britton, City Druggist All the newest styles in Dress Goods and Trimmings at Dosser Bros. Judge John P. Sm...

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. — 15 September 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, A Minneapolis mill makes 15,800 bar rels o! flour a day. The roots aud tough stalks of celery chopped fine and dried, are invaluablo for soups mid drawiugu, A farnior iu 1'iuhigan is said to have made a profit of 41,000 in Ave years by growing twenty seven acres of cel ery each year. Both the animal aud vegetable king doms are subject to the same laws. Seeds as well as stock may be improved by careful selection and breeding. Cora foddor, if properly handled, may largely take the place of hay in feeding, thus permitting the sale of the other and more valuable money crop. Give the boy all the hard jobs and the chores that you don't want to do youixelf, if you want him to leave the farm. It is a pretty sure way to ac complish this. Are you thinking of feeding corn and making big hogs for next winter's mar ket If so, you have not observed that light bacon hogs are the ones that bring top prices. When buying trees for your orchard this fall, be sure and learn how they ...

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. — 22 September 1892

Mackintoshes I E.&W. Cellars i Stetson Hats. Be assured when you buy Clothing H088 & McCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. We carry no rotty, shelf worn or job lot "tuff. Our trade demands THE BEST. TRUNKS. SHOES. VOL. XXIV NO. 25. Come WE WILL WASHINGTON LETTER. Washington City in Her Very Best Holiday Attire. Anxiety in Washington as to Mrs. Har rison's Recovery. From our Regular Correspondent. Washington, D.C., Sept. 16, '92. The illumination in the streets of Washington during the time that the members of the Grand Army' 'of the Republic are in the city will be unique and will excel anything ever seen in this part of the country. There will be a large number of what are called uni versal signs, on which are the names of the great battles and the ftenrrals who led the Union hosts to victory. These will be grouped about the various corps badges, the battles and names of Gene rals being associated as nearly as possi ble with the corps with which they were identifie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 September 1892

HERALD Al TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSUELL, Editors and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., SEPT., 22, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOIt PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OP INDIANA. FOR TICK PRESIDENT, " WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YOKK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS F1K8T DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR ESTATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. MATIIES. "Free trade would enrmirAtro thn fnr eign shop and discourage the American shop ; it would increase the demand for workingmen abroad and diminish the demand for workingmen at home ; it would give employment to those on the other side of the Atlantic and take em ployment away from those on this Biuu -, H wouia increase tne spinaieg in foreign factories and diniiniHh thorn in our own ; it would build fires in their furnaces and extinguish them in ours. " uovernor jucmniey. Old Pete Turney's friends boast that he can "bring an argument to a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 September 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will please bring it in now, before the roads got Dad. Uring twenty inch wood. Guess. Stuart's remedies are the best. A. C. Britton is in Washington. Salt, Salt, Salt at G. C. Mottern's. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Tin fruit oans at the Mason tin shop, Charley Reeves went to see his girl nunday. Hon. W. B. Bowman was in town Saturday. Call at the Mason tin shop for tin fruit cans. Rugs, laoe curtains everything at Dosser Bros. Sain Peevler, of Bristol, was in the city this week. Thad Cox, of Johnson City, was in the city Saturday. Pencils, tablets, satchels, etc., at Miss Eugenia Murphy's. Buy your horse collars, halters, &c,. of S. II. Anderson. Look at laces, embroideries and white goods at Dosser Bros. John Bayless, baggage master, spent Sunday with his family. Do your trading with J. J. Hunt if you would save money. John McClure, a Knoxville drummer spent Sunday in our city. 0. ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 22 September 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, The wool of the last clip In Texas arm-aged in value u little over eighteen cents u pound. Milk is one of the best foods you can give your chickous. It is especially good for young chickens. Galvanized iron vessels are good to hold the water for the chickens. They mUHt be cleansed every morning and filled with fresh cold water. By cooperating, both in buying and Belling, fanners may frequently save money. Thisisespecially true in buying with ready cush. .For such purchasers dealers are always ready to make spe cial prices. The breeding season being over, the disposal of the old hens becomes nec essary. The most profitable way is to sell them alive at market prices, keep ing the yearling or two year old hens over for auother season. The American Bee Journal says; "Honey should be ripened in the hive before being extracted. It may be stored in stone jars, iu tin tanks or in wooden vessels, care being taken not to have wood which will taint the honey. Zinc or galvani...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 September 1892

Mackintoshes i'E. & W. Collars Stetson Hats. Be assured when you buy Clothing of Hoss & MoCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. '"We carry 110 ratty, shelf worn or job lot stuff. Our trade demands THE BEST. TRUNKS. SHOES. VOL. XXIV N0.2G. rm : m-t-L, imimiwijij, ixiuuoiAi, pan. j , ipy. $J A I flAft 1 XM AlJVAJMiJj 2BL ag 2BS niml it we Aw in Dry GOODS, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps, Notions, CLOTHING, Carpets, . BUGS, TINWARE, QUEENSWARE, LADIES' WRAPS AND ANYTHING ELSE YOU WANT WE WILL PAY 75c PER BUSHEL FOR WHEAT. COIE AND SEE US. "WE WANT TO TALK TO Y OTJ. ' THE HUSTLERS FOR TRADE. WASHINGTON LETTER. The Grand Army of the Republic Encampmont. Brilliant Illuminations and Magnificent Parade-Interesting Relic. From our llmjuliir (.'urreHiKinUent. Washington, D.C., Sept. 28, '92. Pleasures long anticipated have been realized. Months ago, as soon as the national encampment at Detroit ac cept -d the cordial invitation from the people to meet with theiu this ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 September 1892

HERALD AHD TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO BOTSFORD & FORNSHELL, Editor and Managers. JONESBORO, TENN., SEPT., 29, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICE 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 REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. MATIIES. "Free trade would encourage the for eign shop and discourage the American shop ; it would increase the demand for workingmen abroad and diminish the demand for workingmen at home ; it would give employment to those on the other side of the A tl untie and take em ployment away from those on this side ; it would increase the spindles iu foreign factories and diminish them in our own ; it would build fires in their furnaces and extinguish them in ours." Uovernor McKinley. The two Democratic factions in Ten nessee are having a hard race. The d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 September 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire ' to pay their subscriptions in wood will please briDg it in now, before the roads ' get baa. tiring twenty inch wood. Guejs. Stuirt's remedies are the best. Salt, Salt, Salt at 0. C. Mot tern's. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. P moils, tabbt-t, satchils), etc., at Miss Eugenia Murphy's. Henry Smith spent Sunday at John son City. A. F. Carter, of Atlanta, Oa., was in town Saturday. Buy your horse collars, halters, &o of S. II. Anderson. Frank Dosser and family went out to Embreeville Sunday. Do your trading with J. J. Hunt if you would save money. Does your watch need repairing? If bo tike it to II. II. McPherson. Walking hats, toques and turbans in black straw, at M. V. Russell's. C. M. Davis and Wm. Simpson re turned from Washington Saturday. For Rent Four rooms in dwelling house. Apply to Mrs. Ida Peoples. Teeth extracted without pain. See Peirce. A guaranteed painless remedy. To have prescriptions carefully com pound...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 29 September 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Keeping everlastingly at it brings BUccesH in farming as iu every other bu sin ess. There is a big demand for Newtown pippins, both at home and in the Eng lish markets. Grapevines may be trimmed any time during the season of rest that is, when the foliage is oil. Some prune in the fall, some in the early spring. Low pastures are not the places for sheep. They are a direct eucourager of foot rot. Filthy and unwholesome quarters also tend toward scab and ticks. Sheep have been improved more with in the last generation than any other of our stock. Both fleece and carcass are heavier, and consequently pay bet ter to produce. Don't leave the farm implements out of doors now under the impression that hot, dry weather will not hurt them. The sun will shrink and crack and warp them more quickly than storms. Exercise more care this season in cul ling out the ewes. Retain only the best for breeding purposes, use the best sire you can obtain, and make the flock pay eyen bett...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 October 1892

Mackintoshes I E AW. Collars i Stetson Hals. Bo assured when you buy Clothing of HoSS & McCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. We carry no ratty, Bhelf worn or job lot stuff. Our trade demands THE BEST. TRUNKS. SHOES. See our $1,39 Men's Bocts. See our $1.19 Boy's Boots. Tulk is cheap but prices talk for them selves. When we say that yon can save big money by buying C'luth iug from us, wo mean it. HOSS & McCALL, Jicaililii! Clot li iiM'N. WW VOL. XXIV NO. 27. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, OCT. G, 1892. SI A YEAR IN ADVANCE. SPECIAL SLAUGHTER SALE! til ill! itifj (Sr(S,Sn r In Dress We will sell you Our 10c. all wool at ( tt ( tt tt tt 25c. doublo width at 35c. double width all wool at 50c. Cashmere all wool at 75c. Henrietta all wool at yard wide EE Domestic " " Bleached Domestic Largo size Blankets - Wo have to many goods in this line ineBe two days ana we will make it pay you. MAHONEY & Co., The Hustlers for Trado. COAL CREEK LETTER. Progress...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 October 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO FRANK L. FORNSIIELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., OCT., 0, 1892. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOIl PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. , FOR VICE PRESIDENT, . W1IITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR OOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. MATIIES. "Free trade would encourage the for eign shopand discourage the American shop ; it would increase thedemand for woikingmen abroad aud diminish the demand for woikingmen at home; it would give employment to those on the other side of the Atlantic and take em ployuient nwny from those on thii side ; it would increase the spindles in foreign factories aud diminish them in our own ; it would build tires in their furnaces and extinguish them in ours. Governor McKinley. The Supreme Court of Wisconsin has declared the recent Democratic gerry mander of that Stat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 October 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire to pay thoir subscriptions in wood will please bring it in now, before the roads get bad. Bring twenty inch wood. Guess. $10 for a guess. Have you guessed. Stuart's remedies art) the best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. ' Dr. Kirkpatrick wus in town Monday. Miss Nona Pritchett is visiting fiiuudg in Bristol. Mrs. W. H. Cox was in town last Saturday. II. II. McPherson is a first class man on watches. J. J. Adams was down from Johnson City Saturday. Buy your horse collars, halters, &c,. of S. II. Anderson. Ethel, eldest daughter of Dr. V. M. Ramsey is convalescent. Go to Miss Eugenia Murphy for anything in the school line. J. T. Browning, editor of Johnson City Stall, was down Monday. Miss Eflie Miller, one of Leesburg's fair girls, was in town Saturday. School books and school supplies of all kinds at Miss Eugenia Murphy's. Miss Cora Burson was in town last week en route to her home at Flourville. Teeth extracted without...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 6 October 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, To fatten nn old cow conflue her in a Binull yard and give her all the ground grain hIio will ent. It in naiil that six per cent, of the corn crop is lottt if held in the granary over eight niouthtt. There ia always a good profit in cat tie to those who raise the kind and class the market demands. There aresomo farmers who can buy their pork cheaper than they can raise it. They are the ones who feed through two winters to make their hogs ready for market. It is saitl that if the woodwork iu a kitchen is kept constantly scrubbed with water in which potash has been dissolved, roaches and ants will quick ly disappear. Proper care and encouragement iu feeding w ill almost always insure profit iu hog growing. Oood breed is im portant, as with all other Btock, but with hogs more depends upon the own er than upon the animal. The old fashioned rule for pumpkin pie is about two cupsful of pumpkin to five of milk, or four of milk and one of cream, four or five eggs, sweeten...

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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. — 13 October 1892

Mackintoshes i E AW. Collars i Stetson Hats. Be assured when you buy Clothing of Hoss 6c McCall you get noth ing but the latest styles. We carry no ratty, shelf worn or job lot "tuff. Our trade demands THE BEST. ttftdtik droit Ifilifftf ee our $1.39 Men's Boots. e See our $1.19 Boy's Boots. Talk is cheap but prices talk for them solves. When we say that you can save big money by buying cloth ing from us, we mean it HOSS&McCALL, Leading Clothieri. TRUNKS. SHOES. njt vyr 'vy VVr S W 0AV TOL XXIV NO. 28. J0NESB0R0 AMD JOHNSON CITY. TENNESSEE. THURSDAY. OCT. 13, 1892. $1 A YEAR IN ADVAKCE. D. Morrison & C, Therefore, the Jonesboro store will necessarily be closed out During which time you can buy any article in the store at cost and less than cost. Owning a much larger stock in Morristown at half price, we can not aflord to keep these goods. So Come On and secure your share of the bargains. We will postively remove the re- mainder of our stock in a few weaks. WASHINGTON LETTER P...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 October 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO FRANK L. FORNSHELL, Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., OCT., 18, 1802. REPUBLICAN TICfcET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, OF INDIANA. FOR VICK PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONGRESS FIRST DISTRICT. HON.; A A. TAYLOR. FOE STATE SENATOR, J. A." WEST. FOR FLOATER, . J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. MATIIES. ' "Free trade would encourage the for eign shop and discourage the American shop ; it would increase thedeniand for . workingmen abroad ana diminish the demand for workingruen at home ; it would give employment to those on the other side of the Atlantic and take em ployment away from those on thi side ; it would increase the spindles in foreign factories and diminish them in our own ; it would build fires in their furnaces and extinguish them in ours. ' Governor McKin ley. ' Democratic editors who are parading the fact that Wayne McVeigh, of Penn eylvania, w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 October 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will please bring it in now, before the roads get bad. Bring twenty inch wood. Guess. $10 for a guess. Have you guessed. Stuart's remedies are the best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Miss Lizzie Patterson was in town Friday. John Keebler, of Limestone, wat up Saturday. Luke Bayless, of Telfcrd, was in the city Thursday. J. E. Arnold, of Johnson City, was in town last week. Buy your horae collars, halters, &o , of S. II. Anderson. Wm. Harris, the Conkling merchant, was in town last week. Do your trading with J. J. Hunt if you would save money. Miss Gertrude Mason spent a few days in Johnson City last week. Go to Miss Eugenia Murphy for anything in the school line. R. E. Morrow and R. L. Carson were in from Bowmantown Thursday. Toilet articles and fancy goods of all description at Sam D. Stuart's. Old reliable brands of fertilizers, the best on the market, at J. J. Hunt's. Miss 8arah Mc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 13 October 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, It has been estimated that 15,00,000 acres of land are lying idle in Virginia. In Japan, it is said, there are apple trees growing four inches in height which bear fruit freely about the size of currants. The careless farmer lets the fowls roost on the wagons and carriages in the shed rather than supply his feath ered tribe with suitable houses. There is only one way to run a dairy successfully, and that is to make a busi ness of it The farm must be an ad junct to the dairy, not tho dairy to the farm. One quart of salt applied around a quince tree in the spring and full pro motes the growth of the tree and in creases the size and fairness of the fruit. Do not plant a large number of va rieties if you desire to realize money from an orchard. A commercial or chard must be made up mainly of win ter apples. Don't market dirty eggs. It takes but little time to wash those that may have become soiled, and when cleaned they look so much better and will sell much more read...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 20 October 1892

Mackintoshes I E AW. Collars i Stetson Hats. Be assured when you buy Clothing of HOSS & McCall you get noth ing but the latost styles. We carry no ratty, shelf worn or job lot stuff. Our trade demands THE BEST. TRUNKS. SHOES. fOLXXIY NO. 29. WASHINGTON LETTER. Cheering Outlook for the Republi can Party. Important Testimony In Support of Fro tection. From our Ruular Correspondent. Washington, D.C., Oct. 14, '93. Some very encouraging letters are being received at the White House con cerning the political outlook. Volun tary reports of the situation in all the important States are constantly coming in from prominent politicians who are keeping up with public sentiment and looking into things, not for the purpose of deceiving themselves with false hopes, but with the idea of learning the truth. Of all the letters that have been re ceived none has given any reason for discouragement. They show what has been apparent to every one, that there is a seeming apathy among the people, but ...

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. — 20 October 1892

Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., OCT., 20, 1802. REPUBLICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, 'OF INDIANA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, OF NEW YORK. FOR GOVERNOR, GEORGE W. WINSTEAD. FOR CONORES8 FIRST DISTRICT. HON. A. A. TAYLOR. FOR STATE SENATOR, J. A. WEST. FOR FLOATER, J. Q. A. REMINE. FOR REPRESENTATIVE, JOHN A. MATIIES. "Free trade would encourage the for eien shop and discourage the American shop ; it would increase the demand for workincrmen abroad and dirmuisn the demand for workingruen at home ; it would give employment to those on the other side of the Atlantic and take em ployment away from those on this side ; it would increase the spindles in foreign factories and diminish them in our own ; it would build fires in their furnaces and extinguish them in ours." Governor McKinley. Republican Meeting. On Wednesday, the 26th, W. T. Ow enby will address the people in Jones boro, and it is prob...

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