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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 July 1894

^fie: ?duertiser. LAURKNS, S, C, July 3, 1804. ?aesjr?-:?,?; -j-'? :- . v , , LOOAL; Luurens has u roproBeiitutlve ut tho South Carolina College to bo proud of. lu tho I toll of Honor for tho school your which has jwt como to an ond tho namo of J. J. McSwaln appears among tho highly distinguished in ovcry branch save throo and us distinguished In ono of thoeo, and on tho term Holl of Honor Iiis numo is also among tho distinguished. Mr. McSwaln huvlng inudo bo brilliant u record in Iiis llrst Collogo yonr eortalnly bcoiub to have a bright futuro beforo him. Mr. Stunyurno Wilson, uecompan icd by Mr. T. Lurry Gantt spout Sun day in town after having charged the atmosphoro at Lccsvillo with tholr eloquence tho previous day. Tho speech making at Lcosvillo, howover, doos not seem to havo been altogether a success. Mr. O. G. Thompson, who is a candidate for I'robate Judge mado a speech but the crowd was small on account of the rain and Hon. J. T. Johnson was prevented from speaking by tho ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 3 July 1894

PUBLISHED UVNUY TUESDAY. SUBCKIPTION Hl .no IM-: It YliAlt QDwr iromil? St?ry. IITf?R roy'S SAKLV Mr. Charles Roborts was ttao leading an financially, socially and otherwise H-, aSouthern Ohio town. Ho was ?tncipal stookholder in the bank, soveral other enterprises, and od besides a splendid farm a fow .08 out in the country. JIIh first wife, who had been an .llanta, (Ja., belle of unusual gifts, graces and accomplishments, had dlod after four year s of married life, loav-1 lug to'the husband's eare two boys? Henry and Koy. But so numerous' were his business duties, that Mr. " - Roberts soon found that ho would bo unable to glvo them tho parental attention. necessary to their proper training; so ho had made a socond matrimonial vonturo, his ohoico this time bel?g and industrious and thrifty kinswoman, of rather uncertain ago and disposition. Miss Martha Willis was intensely Northern in evory fibro of her being, and bated everything that smacked of tho South uncompro misingly, and wh...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 July 1894

TUB STATE CAMPAIGN. THE FIFTH WEEK, DEVELOPS FIRE AND FURY. Noarly a ltloody Row at Bdgefleld? KiiIvchuikI Pinto?? Ready and Tar KOtn Picked Out?Ellerbo Pitches Into Hlw C'ouhIii Johnnie?Now Can dldatcs AppoarliiK. Hampton, S. C, July 10.?It rained horo almost from tho timo tlio spoukers got on tho plaform until 3:80 o'clock, whon tho mooting adjourned. Tho rain did not poster tho unterri?od ?omo oracy of Hampton. Thoy stood in it and listened to ovorybody. At least 300 or 400 woro present at tho timo County Chairman M. B McSweenoy mil led tho mooting toordor. Tho num bor increased to BOO or 700 whon Gov ernor Tillman spoke. Tbo Governor's appearance always doubles tho size of u crowd. To show tho magnetism of tho man and the doBlro to hoar no ono but him, hundreds of people novor go near tho stand bo fore tho Governor is introduced. They lloek around so soon us tho Governor begins to talk. An incident of the meeting was tho falling of a portion of the platform during a heavy shower...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 July 1894

?pfie GWuertiser 1 ? "*~? ? ? ? .; ? i ?absorlptlon Prlco 13 Monthu, fl.BO. PAYABIiE IN ADVANOK. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. BatOK for Advertising. Ordin?r v Ad vertisements, por square, ono inser tion, Sl.OO; each subsequent Insertion, 5t) cunts. Liberal reduction mado for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. ->?*5UaK?=^=-=?-. LATJRENS. S. C, July 2X 1804. There aro signs of tlto Alllanco bo glnning to Vet undor tho collar. Thoir big leaden-uro just ilnding out that they ere vearlng tho yoke of one man and thatihoy must still drag tho load. Donalden is almost forgotten in his mounpin fastnesses; J. William Stokes swoas in prlvato lifo on tho banks of tho !disto; W. D. Evans keeps close toylho Pec Deo in far olT Marl ^ooro and cultivates tho vlrtuo of pa tloneo and shuffles tho cards for u future doal; the Kits horo and thoro disturb tho quiot of tho timo with a midnight eatorwaul. In tho mcanwhilo, while these Alliunco horoos reposo upon the anxious waiting bonch tho circus wa...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 July 1894

<|>fie ?eluertiser. LAURENS, S, C, July 24, 1804. LOOAL; l<'iglitli>K 'ii<' With Fire. A gontlemun in tho city is building a Uro proof building for the coining Dispensary. A Whito-and-Black costume from Worth, und several other elegant toilettes In white, as bellts th?'season, aro tho leading fashion features of Harper's Bazar for July 21. An articlo ou "How to Memorize Music," by Au bertine Woodward Moore, will bo of practical use to young (and oldor) pia nists. In the August Number of Harper's Maga/.ino will appear an article de scriptive of Monniouth County, Now Jersey?long famous for its oysters, trotting horses, ami apple-jack, it is written by Julian Ralph, who discusses not only Important historical matter, but also numerous watering places vvhero, in winsome variety, tho Ameri can girl dominates. This particular phase is charmingly illustrated by W. T. Smcdlcy. No lady bus visited Kdgelield in many a long day whose high tone, intelli gence and polish have so i...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 July 1894

PUBLISHED Kr BUY TU KBD AY. MI BCRIPTION mt.RO l'KK YKAlt O?B POLITICAL OHABT. Till?*. CONSTITUTION OF THE DE MOCRATIC PARTY. ?pted at Columbia on the 10th of ?uteinber, 1HOO, and Amended litotuber 21,1M1K2. Meie 1. Thcro shull bo ono or Democratic olube organized in vnship or ward, oaoh of which mil have a distinct titlo, " Tho -Domooratlo Club," and shall a president, ono or moro vlco idente, a recording and a oorres fidlng secretary, and a treasurer, ud shall have tho following working jommltteos, of not less than three members each, viz,: A committee <m registration, an executive committee, und such other oommittoos at* to each olub may seem expedient. Art. 2. Tho meetings of tho clubs should be froquont uftor tho oponing of the canvass, and some momber of tho club or invited speaker dolivor an address at oaoh meeting, if practic able. Art. 3. Tho president shall have power to call an extra mooting of the olub, and ono fourth of tho mouthers shall constitute a quorum for tho ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 July 1894

THE ST AT Ii CAMPAIGN. SIX WHI01CS Ol?' HNAHIilNO. 3 Ellei ljo Says II?; Hum a Mind to Spunk >\ llotli ol'thn Heavenly Twlnn lor , llud !l havior -Or. I'opc as a Kick er Ituiy Old and Kuly Oldn't. Winnbiioko, July 21.?Tho mo?t eventful meeting of tho campaign was hold horo today. From tho point of I viow of poaeo and good ordor ft was a modol gathering; politically it was not model. Tho spoardug, wliioh was prosidod ovor by County Chairman Kotchin, was iu-id from a small octagonal band stand iu tno northeast ooruoi' of tho court houso yard, fronting tho main street. Tho crowd was composed of about 100 whites and 300 nogr#os. Be tween Tillniau and Butler tho Govern or luid a good majority. Tho exercises were oponcd with pray or. Tho candidates for Uuilroad Com missioner hud tho first say. Thon oamo tboso who want to bo Superinten dent of Education, and anothor candi date was added to the list. School Com ( tttissioncr Keltt announcing that lie was In tho ruco for alight to tho fin...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 July 1894

Gletuertiser Bubiorlutlou Prica?12 Montn?, $1.00. PAYABLE IN AOVANOK. W. W. HALL. EDITOR. Bates for Adyortlslng.?Ordinary Ad 's vortisoinonts, pur square, ono lutfor \ tlun,$1.00; oaoh subsequent Inaortion, \ CO cauls. U Liberal reduction mado for laraje Ad *vorllsemeiX><. 1NS.1S. C, Ju W. W. ?ALL, Proprietor. ly 31, 181)4. \ TheIdqupe Act. ?iovviM.-, j!iIlWin has igsuod hj8 proolAmathrf undor tho gvoat a?al of tho HtWijatcd July 24th, declaring tho r)|i8pgnsary Act of 18?>:? of force. *9^m*/:^i; August 1st it will bo ou '''^y bluffs Governor. Thoro are some/idieiilouafoaturcs about tho bus Ines/ 'iv *? A.nv course taken by tho Governor, .j?buniing Iiis responsibility, is strik ingly curious; what ho has been think ing about is boyond possibility of guess ing. If his motive has been political, then thoro is no reason to look further; but wo would bo loatho to lay at tho foot of our great Governor so selfish a consideration; we aro in a chairtable ' vein and will proceed to ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 July 1894

<??e Qduertiser. LA?IUSN?, S,C, July 1804, 3Li O.O .A. Xj ; A pair of tuulea attached to a wagon in (he stroots stampeded on Wed no ? day last. After a dash ovor tlio square they pulled up without damage. You had best not trust mules or men too fur. Keep a keen wateh out. "But, Oohl Mankind, are unco weak, An' little to bo trusted: If self the wavering 'balance shako, it's rarely right adjusted." The members ol Club No. 1 of Dom* oeratie part.v of LaurensTownship will please meet in the Court House at Laurens, S. C, at 1 o'clock p. in. on Thursday August the 2d; Be prompt , its important bu mess is to be looked after. ' W. l.. Gray, I 'resident. . Laurens, S. C July .'?>, 1801. Near Mt. l'h a-ant in this county on Sunda;, last In on altercation, William ? rnpson, colored.was shot and killed by W. H. Henderson. Henderson is a highly respectable farmer and Simpson is said to bavo been a dangorqus char acter, it is understood an Inquest was holden yesterday but at this writing wo...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 July 1894

r??l.tSMM) KV ICR Y TUKHUAY. A LAST RESORT hidden A raw, \ dark night, and the sky a mass of hurrying clouds, iy wlud, the ground all mud, the gr.tjm and trees dripping from v 'rain*, .fust cmorging into a < >i 11!i?? l<I from still darker woods, .ng man, bis clothing drenched mud-stained, his face haggard and and bis whole attitude, as heavily against the rail flight from a bloodthirsty mob.' They I clow at toy heels. I can't go j farther, und I ?m doomed unless you I have pity and (five Uic help or conceal ment. ?? Who me ypu 'f" slie Inquired, and with a dreadful sinking at his heart he gave Ids name, "Gilbert Hazle sim uttered a sharp er.v, and looked away where the distant lanterns were gleaming through the cornfield?the pursuers on his track. 1 must ask mother," she said, and snatch igg up her pitcher, swept past him into the house. IIo Ucard her quick voice, and Mrs. Westfc -d's startled outcry, aud in vory desper tion followed her in. The old mother mot him, white h...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 August 1894

TUB STATE CAMPAIGN. The Canvassers Nearing the End. HOT 'I'I.MKS IN UNION. Bonatorial Candidates Itioreaaliift tlio 11.-a! <?:! Tonn?Bui Irr Oots Mail anil i i11in iii Octn Mi.' Crowd. Union, July 31.?Strong men and bravo nion looked for sorious trouble at Union this afternoon and early to night and bold thoir breaths until it was over. Well, it's over, and there was no personal difficulty between But ler and Tillman. There were hot words, however, and tho two men shook their (ore-fingers at eaeh other and talked hard and fast while tho train on which t'.iey were dashed nois ily along and everybody breathlessly awaited the outcome. It's a loug story how it all caino about, but tho public will devour every word with cagorness and will not then bo satisfied. Here's the story, although somo of tho same facts appear olscwkoro in this report. On Saturday at Laurens Scn Utor Butler gave to tho newspaper men a part of a speech which ho intended to make there. This was given them for the...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 August 1894

?f>?e Qduertiser ?ubsorlptlon Price?IS Montb?, 91.00. PAYABLE IN ADVANOK. ... W.W. BALL. EDI TOB. Kalo? for Advertisings-Ordinary Ad vortlsomnnts, per square, one Inser tion, 91.00; oach subsequent insertion, DO cool?. r U?al reduction m?de for larsco Ad jementa. W.W. BALL, Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, Aug. 7, 1804. . Associate Juatloo MuOowon. At Athens on election day when ' '"4ns wore elected to various holr most distinguished and was loft out and conslgnod life Ho rejoiced when .ig homo to his friends that thero ore sixty better mon in Athens than vPefeel sure this will bo tho reflec tion of that distinguished citizen and noble, big-hearted gontloman, Samuel McGowan, when ho roaches his home at Abbeville, retired to private life by a gentleman of his own little vlllago. Judgo McGowan was born In Lau rens near Cross Hill and not far from the banks of tho Saluda; recolved an academic education at Grconwood and entered tho South Carolina College from whieh ho was graduated with di...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 August 1894

<|S?e; (?duertiser. " LAURENS, S, 0? Aug. 7, 189-1. LOOAL; It Is a settled fact that a magnificent hotel will be put up at Gloon Springs this fall. There will be at least 850 ]>eople thero In two weeks. The Her ald prophesies that thero will be from 000 to 700 at the samo time noxt year. A new hotol and. tho railroad will bo drawing cards.?Spartanburg Herald. "Trilby" ends In the August Harper's and the same number contains tho sec ond instalment of Charles Dudley Warner's story, ontitlcd "The Golden House." A moro complete change of scorns from tho old world to tho now could scarcely have been offocted, for Mr. Warner's story is intensoly Amer ican and modern and its developments from month to month will bo awaited with eagerness. The life of New York City is faithfully mirrored in Mr. Bmodley's drawings that illustrate tho text. "f ho Lesson of tho Hocont Strikes," forms tho subject of an Important and timely symposium In tho North Amer ican Rovlow for August, by four men es...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 August 1894

THE STATE CAMPAIGN. 1<X)NTINUKI) IKOM r>KsT PAOK.) Stato wbilo. thu people wore aale? , Wlillc discussing the Charh ties some one cried, "Charleston don't belong to this State." The General took up this remark and said what ever did Charleston any good must help the rest of. the wtatfej rf* >? (ion. Butlor's speech was pitched on a high plane, dealing with issues which he discussed In a practical way. ?? After the Senatorial speeches were ended a great many of the crowd loft, in fact a large number left after Tifl man spovar ' Dr. Pope was the first candidate for Governor to como forward. He did not speak long, but oharged John Gary with 'xdng ambltous and dramatically repeated (.ordinal Wolsoy's soliloquy beginning "Cromwell, X charge thee thi-ow away ambition." aen. EHerbo was not feeling well and spoke very briefly and was listened to without interruption. Ho was followed by Mr. Tindal, who made a calm, dispassionate speech, urging tho Re formers to stick together. He al...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 August 1894

?OL. X. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1894. ' N() 2 . i THE CAMPAIGN CLOSED. The End Reached and the People are Glad. ANDERSON HOLDS THK liAHGKST MKHTING. Kvnim aiul Fdlerbc Wax Hot at tho Close TllllUAil a Prime Favorite With ?l?o AiidersonluiiH. special to Cpluinbla Uogister. ANDKltBON, S. C.,. Aug. 7.?It was rather an extraordinary mooting hero today and nearly 8,000 people were present. The most interest appeared to eentro in the gubernatorial light und beeauso of this thoro was some disorder during the Bpeoehos of Sena tor Evans and General F.llorbo. The > adherents of oaeh man wore disposed to be noisy and the show of their strength for the favorite. The feeling between the fi lends of tho two leaders in this county is getting more intense overy day and the battle next Satur day in the olubs is going to bo a hard and tieree struggle, with odds in favor of Kllerbo, as a majority of tho Reform loaders are for. him and say he ean win easily. Among KUerbo's warmest friends...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 August 1894

iffie GWuertiser ?absoriptlon Frici?is Months, tTJ>0. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. If. JT. BALL. EDITOR. Ilatos for Advertising.- Ordinary Ad vertlHomoiitH, per square, one Inser tion, f 1.00; each subsoquont Insertion, 60 out*. Liberal redaction made for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, ^ ^ Proprietor. LAURENS, 8. C., Aug. 14, 1804. ********** ' ,.i - Governor Tillman seoms to bo tho smartest or tho luckiest man In all tho country. Everywhere tho democrats to win except In South Carolina. Evoh4tt Alabama the Tillmanltos arc overwhelmingly snowed under. Kolb Is beaton, horso, foot and dragoons. Cloveland Is and will bo sustained in overy Southern Stato. Only on tho ono point of silvor is Ofoveland antagonized at tho South and West. This antagonism is as mild as a suoklng dove, in South Carolina tho Iliad of all our woes seoms to bo Clovoland. Following Tillman as mouthpiece tho small politician raves and denounces Clovoland as rascal, thief, bribo takor, and tho vocabulary of billings g...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 August 1894

^?e Gduertiser. LAURENS, S,C., Aug. 14, 1894.? LOCAL; Hurper's Bazar, published August llth, will contain beautiful summer gowns from Worth, for out-door func tions, lawn-parties, otc.; also hints about the newost thing in volls, linen and muslin gowns for morning woar, and ovoning toilottos for August. Kirk Munroo witos in full and charm ing detail of "Tho Alaskan Trip." Our Candidates will noto Rule 8, as follows: Hulk 8. Candidates for the General Assembly and for County offices shall, ton days previous to the primary elec tion, file with tho Chairman of tho County Exccutivo Committee a pledge, in writing, to abido the result of (he primary and support the nominees of the party. Candidates for other ofliccB shall fllo such pledge with the Chairman of tho Htalo Democratic Executivo Com mittee. No vote for any candidate who has not compiled with this rule shall bo counted. Tho Convention of Reformers mot in tho court houso at 11 A. M. on yester day. O. P. Goodwin wus chosen Pres id...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 August 1894

fHBUSHKIl liVBRY TU1CS?AY. ?UBCIMITION ?J.50 PER V RA It. <B)?r jfnmihj Siory. NCI; JOLLHY. 9ji up u> his being outlttwed by tho F?der al Govorninent und a prico of ten - A VKUB STORY. W. II. Cirell in Aiiku tu (Jhronlole. A bot a month ago I was on a north lK>un?\raln out from Augusta, Ga. In . mi |Uonco of a hoavy rainfall tho juxm watt delay od for some time on ao r 'iiikof a washout, and while waiting for the repairs to be made to the track I was drawn into conversation with two excellent gentlemen from South Carolina*. One was Dr. W. B. Millwee, i roei Greenwood, and the other gentle man was from Hideo Bprlug, and I have forgotten his name. It was wbilo carrying on a general conversation that the subject of this sketch. Manco Jol ley, was brought up. Dr. Mlllwoo asked me if I had ever heard of Manco Jolloy, the celebrated bush whacker, of Andorson County. After assuring him in tho nogativo and ex pressing a groat desire to hoar some thing of his exploits, tho genial Do...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 August 1894

VOL. X. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1894. NO. 3. REFORM CONVENTION. Evans and Timmerman Are the Standard-Bearers. TUB Al<i.1A \< l: DEMANDS I'N'AM MOUSIiV ENDORMHD. A Full Htnto Ticket Rejected?Tho I > i s i K ? 11 i r.\ WflH Not l\m I iiim'i I Tillninit Was Given nil l?iitliUHins tic Greeting. Tho State J to form Convention was held in Columbia on tiio 10th lust., and confined Itself to tho nomination of Governor and Lieutenant Governor, though there was a strong voto for a full ticket. It was a largo and on Sthuslastlo meeting, and tho business was transacted with promptness and In good ordojj KailroailOomralssIonor J. A. Sligh called tho convention to order at a fow minutes past 12 o'clock, and said that nominations wore in order for tempo rary chairman. ?. C. Jordan of Aiken nominated W. Gibboi Whaley of Charleston for tem porary chairman. Tho nomination was seconded by Sheriff McCravy of Laurens, and Mr. 'Whaley was unani mously elected. Ho was warmly cheered as...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 August 1894

ft?e Gtotuertiser Satosoriptioa Price?is Moatm, fl.ee. PA YABIiK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Rate? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad ?ortuemeote, per square, one Inser tion, 91.00; each subsequent insertion, 50 cents. Liberal reduction made for larace Ad vertisements. W. W.BALL, _^ ^ Proprietor. LAURENS, B.C., Aug. 21, 1894. Note? of I he State Suggest f ok Convention. John Gary Evans, of A ikon county, ~~W?a suggestod as the candidato of tho R ^formers for tho office of Governor. Dr. W. H. Timmorman was suggested for Lieutonant-Governor. A majority of tho Convention favored naming an all around ticket, but Gov. Tillman laid down Ihe law otherwise. The op position to Evans turned tho other oheok and voted tho "suggostion" unanimous. The Hon. W. D. Evans, movod as tho Platform of tho Rofor mors in this Stato tho Ocala Platform whioh went down with a hurrah. Ono Slattery, of Charleston, wantod a Hag to voto undor or fight under (not sot tied) and it was donicd him. He should have had h...

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