In the first congre9slonal district the following resolutions were passed unaninously, cvery delégate rising to his feet n voting: ReiolveJ, That we believe that the tarlff iliould be so adjusted as to favor the wage iaruers of our own country, and that those mieles, the productloaof wlilch glves profltble employment toour own people hhould aeprotecled agiUnst the rulnouscumpetttion 3f low-prlced foreign labor. Resolved, Kurtherraore, we believe that the revisión of the tarlff laws whlcli muy be iemanded by chaned cundltiuns Khould be □truHted to the frtends of protecllou and uot to Hu enemlos. The position of the república n party 2ould not be better statcd. The republicana of the first congressionil district did a haiidgome thinj; for thiinselves, and a still liandsomtT thing for Ihoir party, in tho nominatiou of Uon. llcnry A. Uobinson, the lnboriní inan's oiindidatc forcongrees. Although tliere is a democratie majority of 2,500 in the ili- trict we believe Hr. Uobinson wlll be lccteil. He is in every way worthy tlie suff rages of the people, and hls nomination proves what we have always contended that the repubiican party is the true friend of the laborer.