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ection of our representatives in Congress, and having heard that there is some opposition to Dr. Z. Kidwell's election, now call upon him at once to announce himself as the regularly nominated State-Rights candidate for said district. In organization there is strength; and Dr. Kidwell having been nominated by a full Convention for the district at a time of doubt and danger, and in defence ofo much at heart, and which we so earnestly desire to build up and maintain. We called on Dr. Kidwell to become our standard bearer in a time of peril. He responded to the call, and we will not as a candidate, and as a representative if chosen, to continue worthy of the honor done me. Z. Kidwell. [a card.] To the Voters of the Sixteenth Congressional District, composed of the Countepresented, in the principles enunciated by that Convention, and my pledge to the people of the District, and in my desire to vindicate their confidence and my own self-respect. [*] Z. Kidwell.