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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 24 November 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will please briug it in now, before the roads get bad. Bring twenty inch wood. Guess. S5 for a ruuss. 10 for a gxmsi. Have you guessed. Stuart's roniedies are the best. For furniture call ou Dosser Bros. II. C. Jackson was in the city Mon day. II. II. McPherson is a first class man on watches. Buy your horse collars, halters, &c , of S. II. Andursou. If your watch is out of order take ti to II. II. McPhersou. See S. II. Anderson's buggy whips before you purchase one. Do your trading with J. J. Hunt if you would save money. 10,000 pounds good dry walnut kern els wanted by R. M. May. Don't buy a winter lap robe uutil you see S. II. Anderson's. Wanted. 200 bushels nice white or colored beans. Dosser Bros. Toilet articles and fancy goods of all description at Sum D. Stuart's. Miss Ida Reees returned Mouday Irom a few days' visit to Bluff City. Luke E. Bay less went down to Lime stone Friday ou...

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. — 24 November 1892

LATEST SEWS NOTES. Important Happenings in Tennessee and Elsewhere. Yellow fever is raging in Mexico. Ex-Secretary Blaine is improving in health. The Kentucky Legislature is in session. Governor-elect Turney is slowly im proving. Senator Kenna, of West Virginia, is dangerously ill. . The settlement of Virginia's debt is about completed. The Government is issuing a new $500 Treasury note. Knoxville Democrats celebrated on Friday niglit last. Knights Templar will establish a commandery at Bristol. Ducks are said to be plentiful on Reelfoot Lake this fall. Wm. McKinley, Sr., father of the Governor of Ohio, is dying. Wm. Meyer, the wife murderer, was hanged at Wheeling, W. Va. Mrs. August Belmont, widow of the capitalist and turfman, is dead. Hogs are selling at 41 cents in Wilson county, with many awaiting sale. Fredonia, a small town in West Ten nersee, was destroyed by a cyclone. A field covered with waste oil, near Washington, Pa., is burning fiercely. The Watertown Index says mules...

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. — 1 December 1892

Mackintoshes I Stetson Hats i E. & W. Collars. MEN'S FINE CLOTHING, boy's Fine clothing, childrtn's fine clothing, fine furnishing goods, .fine.vtrv fine our prices. HOSS & McCALL, JiCaiUnu: C'lolliiiMx. FOLXXIV NO. 35. bxbesxobt. COI'NTV nt't'U'KKH: Sheriff J I Ilawkliin. Circuit ('(Hirtflfi-kS II I, Cooper. Cliiilriiiiin ( niiiity Ciiurt II (' Hurl. County Court Cli'1'k.laoob I.cali. Clin k and Master V 1'" Youiik. TrustHo J A T Huron. Ht'KlHtr A M Htrwttrt. County Hurveyer T T Youiik. Hupt. I'uldlu Schools KT Watts. Tax AHst'ssor .1 A Urailsliaw. TIIK fOl'HTH! . ClKCVIT ('orKT. JihIkh, A J Brown; At torney General, II T CumpWell ; Clerk, H II I, Cooper. MeetM first Mondii.vs In April, Autfimt and Deeember. Cicaxc'KKY Court. Chuneellor,. John P Hinlth; Clerk anil Muster, W !' Young. Met HrHt MonilayH In January ami Julv. County Covht. t'liHlrimiii, II C Hart; Clerk, Jacob U-ab. Meets first Monday In each month. Law Court, Johnson City. Hume officers as the Circuit Court, 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. — 1 December 1892

HERALD ADD TRIBUNE, Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. THANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., DEC. 1, 1892. Hon. James O. Blaine has been quite sick for several days. The question of an extra session of Congress is agitating the Democratic politicians to a great degree. ' Tonsiutio fever is a new name for it; but that is what Peter Turney's physicians now call a plain, old fash ioned drunk. There will be lots of sport next year with the World's Fair, base ball and the Democratic Congressional circus, in two rings and plenty of clowns. Thanksgiving Day was generally ob served throughout the land, and we hope the many blessings we have re ' ceived during the past year are duly appreciated. At the rate at present prevaling in closing up factories and business en terprises, we guess it will make but lit tle difference if we have no protective tariff, as there will be nothing to pro tect The cry for an extra session of Con gress that ia going up over the land...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 December 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Those of our subscribers who desire to pay their subscriptions in wood will pleuse bring it in now, before the roads get bad. Bring twenty inch wood. Guess. $5 for a guess. 810 for a guess. Have you guessed. Stuart's remedies are the best. For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Next Monday will be County Court day. Frank Hale spent Thanksgiving at home. Col. R. II. Dungan is building a new stable. , Joe Brown was up from Chattanooga last week. II. II. McPherson is a first class man on watches. If you want an engagement ring call at Sam D. Stuart. ' Buy your horse collars, halters, &c , of S. II. Anderson. The "only "Sam Dawes.of Knoxville, was here last week. Miss Sallie Wilds is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. T. H. Reeves. See 8. II. Anderson's buggy whips before you purchase one. . Wheat has come up well, and it is reported as looking well. Do your trading with J. J. Hunt if you would save money. . Don't buy a winter lap robe until you Bee S. II. Anderson's. Jos. B...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 1 December 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, The barnyard manure is one of the best fertilizers for wheat Keep everything in the hen house dry but the drinking vessels. Generally it is bettor to lcnt a young tree rather than graft an old one. Pruning can be done in winter pro vided a moderate amount is to be cut away. Before feeding oats pour boiling wa ter over them and allow them to soak a few hours. The difference between leached and untouched ashes is that the latter con tains but little potash. A correspondent writes that dehorn ing cows has not the least effect on the quality and quantity of milk. Sheep is the only class of stock that will mako money for their owner out of weeds which grow on the farm. The Freeman potato is well liked by some farmers, who say that it is early, of good shape and good quality. The happiness of some is due to the fact that the time for griddle cakes for breakfast is palutably at hand. Wheat is one of the shallowest feed ing of our furm crops, hence fertilizers for it shou...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 December 1892

Mackintoshes i Stetson Hats lE.&W. Collars. MEN'S FINE CLOTHING, BOY'S FINE CLOTHING. CHILDREN'S FINE CLOTHING, . FINE FURNISHING GOOOS, '.A V "ME VERY FINEOURPRICfS. HOSS&McCALL, - leiilin Clothiers. rOL. XXIV Na 3G. EIEECTOEY. COUNTY OKKICKKSI BherlfT J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H II L Cooper. CliHiriimii County Court H C Hart. County Court Clurk Jacob I.nal), Clerk and Master W F Young. Trustee J A T Haoon. lli'KlKUir A M KU-wart. County Hurveyer T T Voting. HupL Public Hchools-K T Watts. Tax Assessor J A- Bradshaw. . i ; f, .TUB I'OUBTB; ClHt'l'IT Court. Judiie. A J Brown: At torney General, II T Campbell ; Clerk, H H L Cooper.: --Meets first Monday. In April, en anckry Court. Chancellor, John P Hmltn; Clerk' and Master, W F Young. Meets first Mondays In January and July. County Couht. Chairman, II C Hart; Clerk, Jacob Lean. MeeU first Monday In each month. Law Court, Johnson City. Same officers as Uio CLrealt Court, and lueuts . Chancery Court at Johnson City meets...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 December 1892

QV HERALD m TRIBUNE, , Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO . FRANK L. FORNSUELL, Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., DEC. 8, 1892. Jay Gould's death removed from the , -world of business one of the- most un tiring workers this country has ever produced. By many he was regarded as unscrupulous and grasping, but that ne was dishonest we can not believe. Those who denounce him'and his meth ods would have used the same means to accomplish like results, provided they had possessed the ability needed. WOODMAN, SPARE THAT TREE. "Woodman, spare that tree, v Touch not a single bough; , In youth It sheltered me, And I'll protect it now." The tramp of the office scalper will oon be heard upon the steps of the white ITouse. The above sentiment, irrespective of politics, expresses the 1 feeling that the country at large has in regard to the removal at least of old soldiers from office. Having sheltered with protecting arms, the Government itself in an hour of sorest need, it makes the co...

Publication Title: Herald And Tribune
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 December 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. UU6B8. 85 for a guess. $10 for a guess. Have you guessed. Stuart's remedies are the beBt For furniture call on Dosser Bros. Circuit Court is in session this week. Darby's candies for sale by John S. Mathes. - H. H. McPhersou is a first class man on watches. If you want an engagement ring call at Sam D. Stuart. Hon. Jake Bewley, railroad attorney, 1b attending court. Buy your horse collars, halters, &o , of S. H. Anderson. r Sherman Brown, of Telford, was in town last Thursday. Games, toys, dolls, albums, etc., for sale by J. S. Mathes. If your watch is out of order take ti to H. H. McPherson. See S. H. Anderson's buggy whips before you purchase one. Do your trading with J. J. Hunt if you would save money. 10,000 pounds good dry walnut kern els wanted by M. May. R. W. Tucker, of Blackslontf, Va., was buying horses Monday. Fine bibtles,' poems, juvenile books, etc., for sale by J. S. Mathes. Toilet articles and fancr sroods of all description at Sam D. Stuart's...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Herald and tribune. — 8 December 1892

THE HOME AND FARM. Beef cattle should be bred for beef the same as the trotting horse is bred to trot. No farm is fully stocked unless it las several colonies of bees, to fertilize the iruit bloom, and provide nature's choicest sweet for the family. Corn alone is not as good for hogs as a ration of bran middlings and oil meal ied in connection with corn. It should le fed as a slop, but not allowed to sour. Combing and rubbing the scalp of the head with the hand draws the blood up to the surface of the head, and not only relieves the pain at times, but adds new strength to the hair. Paste' a list of its contents on every "box or trunk or closet of stored away goods. , Write down each one as you put it in, then the list will beheaded with the bottom ones. Then when the same ' is written on each package it is an easy thing to find any needed article. Good lumber grows more valuable year by year. Treat the wood lot as carefully as though it were a cultivated Held. Keep out the browsing ...

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 December 1892

laclntosbei i Stetson Bats 1 1 1 1. Collars MEN'S FINE CLOTHINQ, '.j' BOY'I FINE CLOTHINQ, CHILDREN'S FINE CLOTHINQ, FINE FUXNISHINQ 6000S, imEVtRTFIIfEOUWPHICEt. HOSS&MoCALL. IjlidUkll,' Clothier. LOOK OUT i COLD WEATHER. - WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO FURN ISH YOU WITH OVERCOATS, CLOTH ING, GLOVES, UNDERWEAR, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING 'OR MEN, BOY'S AND CHILDREN. GIVE US A CALL I PRICES LOWER" THAN ANYBODY. . HOSS & McCALL, ltmlin Olot liU'i'H. 1 70L. XXIV NO. 38. J0NESB0R0 AND JOHNSON CITV, TENNESSEE, -THURSDAY, DEC. 22, 1802. $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. tt hit it SISECI0S7.' COUNTY OKKICKHSl ' HberlrT-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk M H h Cooper. Chairman County Court H V Hart. County Court I'lurk Jacob Iul. Clerk and Mauler W K Young. Trustee J A T Huoon. Henltr-.A M itewrt.' ' ? '" County 8orv-yr T T Young. Hupt fulillo Kchools-K T Watts. Tax Assessor J A Brailshaw. TUB COURTS) PllkJMTt P(M1Ut' Tii1a A- t t)nwn At- IPIIMT ilttn.pal UTI'amnhiilliriiipb lllll. Cooper. Meet first Monda...

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. — 22 December 1892

Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHrfLL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., DEC. 22, 1802. If our patrons do not get a paper next week it will be because the print era have gone off to enjoy Christmas). To all our friends ami patrons we wish a merry Christmas and a happy new year. Senator Gibson, of Louisiana, died. at Hot Springs, Ark., last Thursday His successor will be appointed soon. It is pretty well settled that if the Republicans lose coutrol of the Senate it will pass into the hands of the Pop- Iites. Much anxiety is expressed for the physical condition of Hon. James C. Blaine. He is reported as in a dying condition. A bill to increase, the pension of the soldiers of the Mexican war has passed the House of Representatives. It raises them to twelve dollar a month. True to their calling, the Democrat ic politicians are attempting to cover their tracks by crying "fraud," while they are trying to steal the Senators in Borne of the close States. To yo...

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. — 22 December 1892

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Aa Elerut CfcriitmM Gift Can be found at Mint Eugenia Mur phy's. ,.-Jo matter what is wanted you can find it in heir large stock. Stuart'a remedies are the beak ' For furniture call on Doiaer Broa. E. J. Baxter epent Sunday in Knoi 'ill .... i j .'. ,. , Darby 'i candies, for aale by John 8. Mathes. , We aft. selling lamps at cost San D. Stuarij' . ? ... The finest candies ia the city at Fink AHlokey'a. B, H. McPherson la a first claw man a watches.- . . ... Cap! Ross Smith ipent Sunday with home folk.. 1 ' Bare you aeea the Chriatmaa tree at Sam Stuart'a. , Raisins, figi, datea and oranges at Fink ft Hickey: .,, . Buy your horse collars, halters, fto , of 8. H. Anderson. . If your watch-U out of order take ti to II. IL McPherson. Gamea, toys, dolls, albums, etc., for sale by J. 8. Metb.ee. ' Mias Eleanor Lampsoa is visiting relatives in Knoxville. See 8. II. Anderson's buggy whips before you purchase one. J. D. McPhersoa returned to his home ia Chattanooga last ...

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. — 22 December 1892

THE HOME AND FARM, Keqi that stable door shut this. win tor. ' TIioho who uho the bar room as a bunk loso their doK)itn and much be sides, in fact everything besides. What this country needs more enjeu ially is half a million strong and will- lug servant girls to do house work. It takes more religion to hold a man level in a horse trade than it does t6 make him shout at a cauip meeting. Isn't the farmer who keeps scrub stock a sort of a scrub farmer V Costs just as much to feed that kind as to feed the best. Every farmer should manage to have a fresh cow to begin the winter with. One good fresh cow is worth more than two ordinary cows. The little breed of hogs are good as far as they go. The question is do they go far enough in these hustling times. They are suited best for fancy farmers. Let us erect a barrier against tfie im migrant that can not produce a clean bill of health and morals. We have had too much letting down of bars. Decent immigrants or none. It is a great loss to fe...

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 January 1893

1 A. ' Macintoshes i Stetson Hats i E. 4 W. Collars MEN'S FINE CLOTHlNO, BOY'S FINE CLOTHING, CHILDREN'S FINE CLOTHING. FINE FURNISHING GOOOS, FLNI VERY FINE OUR PRICES, HOSS&McCALL. IeHdintf Clothiers. VOL. XXIV NO. 39. LIEECTOET. COUNTY OFFICKKHi HherllT-J I Hawkins. Circuit Court Clerk H H IiCoopor. Chairman County Court II C llart. County Court Clerk Jacob Leah. Clerk and Master W F Young. Trustee J A T Bacon. RegisterA M Ktewart. County Hurvever T T Vohiik. Hupt. I'uhllo Hc.hoolH-F T Watts. Tax Assessor J A liradshaw. tub courts: ClKCVIT CorRT. JucIk. A J Brown; At torney Oeneral, H T Campbell; Clerk, H II L Cooper. Meets first Mondays in April, August and December. Ciianckkv Cockt. Chancellor, John P Hmltli ; Clerk and Master, W F Young. Meets first Mondays In January and July. County Cockt. Chairman, II 0 Hart; Clerk, Jacob Leab. Meets first Monday In each month. Law Court, Johnson City. Hame officers as the Circuit Court, and meets Chancery Court at Johnson City meets fi...

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. — 5 January 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., JAN. 5, 1803. The circus opened for the season in the capitol in Nashville last Monday. The White House is again a scene of affliction a grand daughter of Presi. dent Harrison is sick with scarlet fever. Hon. James Q. Blaine is said to be steadily recovering from his recent ill ness and hopes arc entertained of his complete recovery. Cleveland has pronounced agaiust the selection of Murphy for Senator from New York, and the air is full of music on Manhattan Island. Some of our East Tennessee Demo cratic exchanges are sitting down on "Our Bob's" Senatorial aspirations. This is unpretty, to say the least. We have received the first number of Daily Times, a new venture in Johnson city journalism. It is small, but has a large field to operate iu and may grow. Success to you, little one. On several mornings last week the mercury in Jonesboro thermometers registered be...

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. — 5 January 1893

HERALD AND TRIBUNE. Stuart's remedies are the best For furniture call on Dossor Bros. Darby's candies for sale by John S. Mathes. We are soiling lamps at cost. Sam D. Stuart. II. II. MoPhersou is a fli nt class man on watches. Mrs. Charles Seaton is visiting her parents here. Paul and Sam Kirkpatrick spent the holidays at home. Buy your horse collars, halters, &o , of S. II. Anderson. F. E. Britton's family spent the holi days in Chattanooga. James IIoss, of Nashville, is visiting his father's family here. Rufus Elsea and Charlie Gallagher came in lor the holidays. Don't buy a wiuter lap robe until you see S. II. Anderson's. Rev. W. L. Jones was here during the Christmas festivities. Wm. R. Lampson of Kansas City Mo, was here Christmas day. Fine bibles, poems, juvenile books, etc., for sale by J. S. Mathes. Toilet articles and fancy goods of al description at Sam D. Stuart's. Prof. S. V. Sherrill spent the holi days with relatives at Miiryville. All kinds of fruit butler and jel...

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. — 5 January 1893

THE HOME AND FARM, To dry boots that have gotten wet in the inside, wipe them out and fill them with heated oats. Hickory has au agreeable aroma, and has othor qualities to recommend it as a fuel in the smoke house. Use green chips. A layer of soft leather from an old boot top in the middle of the iron hold er saves the hand from the heat of the iron. The sensible fashion has been adopt ed of broad toes for children's shoes, and very low heels or mone. These in Bure health, comfort and serviceable ness. To freshen stale rolls or biscuit put them in a a pan, sprinkle slightly with ' cold water, turn another pan over them and set in a moderate oven for ten minutes. An extraordinary fallacy is the dread of night air. What air can we breathe at night but night air and it is surely better to breathe pure air from without than impure air from within the room A GOOD SWEET FICKLE FOB HAMS. The first thing to be looked after is the salting of the hams. Do not make them too salt, as that will...

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 January 1893

Maclatoshes i Stetson Hats E. 4 W. Collars MEN'S FINE CLOTHING. BOY'S FINE CLOTHING. CHILDREN'S FINE CLOTHING, FINE FURNISHING GOODS, FINLYERY FINE OUR PRICES. HOSS & McCALL, Iil'llllill-r ("lol llilM'H. LOOK 00T! COLD WEATHER. WE AREtNOW PREPARED'TO FURH ISH YOU WITH OVERCOATS, CLOTN INQ, GLOVES, -UNDERWEAR, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING 'OR MEN, BOY'S AND CHILDREN. GIVE US A CALL! PRICES LOWER THAN ANYBODY. HOSS & McCALL, I.emliuu CMotliii'i'M 7 ' VOL. XXIV NO. 42. JQNESBORO AND JOHNSON CITY, TENNESSEE, THURSDAY, JAN. 2G, 1893. ftfiTlft f fillip $1 A YEAR IN ADVANCE. s 1 1 a in i w 1 r w DC 1 DIRECTORY. CIU'NTY OKKK'KHS: KlH-rlir-J I Hawkins. Clreullt'ourt Clerk H II I.Cooper. I'linii iinm tOui.l v 1'Diirl 11 c Hurt. Cull lily Court Clerk Jacoh l.cilli. clerk and Muster W K Young. Trustee J A T llucon, KfUlslt-r A M Htewurt. Count v Hurvever T T Yiiunx. Supt. I'uhlle Mehools-r' T Watts. Tux Assessor ,1 A llrudshnw. tiik cor htm: Ciisvvit CnriiT. .IihIki', A .! Itrown; At torney (...

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 January 1893

HEEALD 1HD TEIBDNE. Published every Thursday by the HERALD AND TRIBUNE CO. FRANK L. FORNSHELL, - Editor. JONESBORO, TENN., JAN. 26, 1803. Now that Gen. Butler has gone his cognomen of "Cock eye Ben" will no doubt fall to Henry Watterson, and will simply require the change of a single letter. The death of Qen. Butler has been a God send to some of the foul mouth, empty headed editors of the country. It has given such blackguards as the editor of the Nashville American op portunity to empty their slop jars upon the head of a dead man, and at the same time show to the world how lit tle of decency and manhood they pos sess. Watterson, of the Louisville Cou rier Journal, says: "We mean to rip up, exterminate, abolish, annihilate, and in the foulest ignominy and dis grace, every vestige of fraud called protection wherever we can find it" No doubt. Just as you meant to "rip up, exterminate, abolish," etc., every vestige of the Federal Government ex isting in 1861; but you failed grandly in...

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