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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 August 1894

<|>?e Qeluertiser, LAURENS, S,C, Aug. 21, i894.o LOOAL. Thk Delineator can bo subscribed for through us without extra charge Simmons Bros. Among tho prominont and most pop ular of all tho delegates is Col. John H. Wharton, Clork of Court of Laurons. Col. Wharton has boon prosldont of his county Alllanc? and is probably tho strongest politician in tho county. IJo was for sovoral terms a morauor of tho Loglslaturo and was solicited to bo a candidato for Congress this yoar but doclincd. Col. Wharton is one of tho original and consistent Tillmanitos of his county but is generally esteemed regardless of political affiliation. Ho has never boon dofentod for anything in Laurens.?Columbia Journal. Dr. J. H. Withorspoon, of York, was in our city and spent somo timo recent ly upon a boautiful mission. In our cometory Ho tho remains of thomothor and fathor, brothors and sisters, of his wife, Mrs. Phebe Williams Wlthcr upoon, daughter of tho late Col. John D. Williams an honored cltizon o...

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. — 21 August 1894

(El)c Ccutrciis 3V?i>crti?er. \ PUBBlftrlKD BVBfltT TU BSD AY. ?UBCR1PTION KI.w) PER YEAR. THF TARIFF TERMINAL.] End of the Great Struggle in Congress. 'I'MlvfiiKJAK SKNAToits AHES TRI UMPH ANT. i'he House Yielded to the Pressure ami <juirkiy Surrendered?Secre tary Carlisle Protests Against E'ree Sugar?Comments on the New Tariff Schedules. ' The great strugglo over- the tariff ended last week in a triumph for tho Domocruiic Senators who hold out against freo sugar, iron, coal and barbed wire. They dlotated the terms to tho House, which recedod from its position on tho ground that tho Senate bill was better than to do without any legislation on the tariff, und under tho guidance of Speaker Crisp and Chair man Wilson, tho Democratic Ropro sentatlvos agrood to accopt tho Senate bill, which onded tho light vory quickly. The Houso coupled with its agree ment the introduction and pussago of soparato bills to secure freo sugar, free coal, free iron oro and froo barbed wire, but none ...

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. — 28 August 1894

SQUEEZING THE MARKET. THE JUTE TRUST AT ITS OIjD GAME. Congress H i Made ti Limit oud the Trust is Using the Time lor Iis Own litmvHt?Tito l*rleo of Bagging is sun Advancing. Augusts Chronicle. Tho National Cordage Company, otherwise the jute bagging trust, is playing a great game to keep tho market cornered for tho prosont year and pull the farmer for all it oau u?. the bagging neodod this Boauou. The trust lias boon keeping only a small Stock of bagging on hand in an ticipation of the tariff hill, which has taken nil tin duty. It ';..<?? been Boiling it, too, in small lots. Tho supply now <m h-tnd is hardly suflloiont to take ??are. of this y oar's cotton crop, audit it is too lato '.Middr tho present eon (iitiens for tho Irr... ?? ?> ?: i uOttOH men to talk about in porting ?? 'gmg from En,, laud. The facts in the ease from a Southern standpoint are. that many of tho cot ton factors and fanner.-- have laid in a supply of bagging with which to b?ndle a large part of their...

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. — 28 August 1894

fie GMuertiser ?absorlptloa Prlcs^lT* Mo ami, |i.w. PAYABLE IN ADVANCK. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. Rates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one Inser tion, 11.00; each subsequent Insertion, . 60 cents. ^^jlboral reduotlon made for large Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, ^__Proprietor. LAURELS, 8. 0., Aug. 28, 1804. f Col. Klillson Keitt, of Nowberry, as good rttid innocent a follow as ovor "ttoTe ffhoe leathor and a financial fad ist of the finest, feather, in an alarming letter lo "Mon of Carolina," warns them against the dangers that threaten their liberties and especially against a certain young stripling lawyer. Tho Col.'s warning comes after the horse has been stolen. The cry of "Catch tho thief!" comes from a rathor sus piolou8 quarter also. Up at Wost Point not long since a colored cadot was found in his quarters bound hand and foot with cords and protty well hacklod up in his person. Investiga tion, however, satisfied the country that tho victim had himself supplied ...

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. — 28 August 1894

^?e Qelueirtiser. LAURKNS, 8, 0., Aug. 28, 1894. LOO -A. Xj . Columbia, Aug. 27, '04. Special to the Advertiser: Sonator I3utlor to-day withdrow his plodgo to abido by tho Democratic pri maries. W. W. Ball. .i.YiK Delineator can bo subscribed for through us without oxtra ehargo. Simmons Bros. Charles Dudley Warner's novel, "Tho Golden House," now running in Harper's, continues to incroaso in in torost. Tho Soptcmbor instalment gives a strong portruit of tho pleasures of rich New-Yorkers contrasted with tho wretchedness of tho very poor. In Harpor's Bazar for August I8th there are shown a charming white mus lin gown from Worth, and?a new de parture?somo vory distinguished and beautiful costumes for elderly ladies. Summor is so nearly over that hints about deml-soason toiletts are in order, and tho novoltics in hats und bonnets for the early autumn are indicated in Now York Fashions. Kathorlno Do Forest's Puris Letter has tho flavor of summer cxcursloning?this timo to Normandy. Among ...

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. — 28 August 1894

????J.ISHED KYMtY TUESDAY. jftUBCIUFTION ut.no vv.n ykak. BESIEGED BY WOLVES AN ADVKN^UBK IN NOKTMBRN KU88IA. On a bright summer morning, thcro ?re few/pleusautcr places in all Kuropo titan one of the groat pine forestB of YrWthfer-? Russia. Tho whole air is fragrant with tin? rich scent of the woods, and stray sunbeams pi iy > <> peep amid the floating shadows, and nrlght-oyed squirrols lilt hither und thither among the trues, and birds twitter merrily overhead, and every now and thon a sturdy little Kassian Itoy, n und-faced and yellow-haired, comes trudgiug past, with a basket of inn di rooms in his hand, looking up at you as ho pusses with wide, wondering eyes. But tho forest is a voiy different Jdace when tho winter winds are bowi ng and the winter snows are lying deep, and not a gloam of sunshine breaks tho cold, gray, lowering sky, over whieh tho groat clouds roll us t hick and dark, in grim warning of tho coming storm. Then is the time to pull your fur cap well over...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 September 1894

BLOODY TRAGEDY IN BLAOKVILLE. TWO MEN A KI VIU 11,1,1 ;i> ON THE STREBT? Tho Rcfmlt of an Ohl FomI?A Dlspcn Hary Coimtablo Holzen Clothing in Searching Tor Contraband I.lquoi*? A Sen .at ion at the Inquest. Special to (he Columbia Register. blackvillk, S. 0?, Aug. 28.?This aftornoon, ut half-past two o'clock, the bloodiest tragedy over enacted in this quiet little village occurred on tho main street of tho town, directly oppo site tho passongor station, und Solomon Brown, the 22-year-old son of Simon Brown, and John Gribbln, of tho State Dispensary constabulary force, lie cold in dcuth. This double murder is tho result of u feud of long standing. At tho timo when Tillman was first nominated as Governor, Gribbln, then tho town mar shal, was especially active in his cause, thereby incurring tho enmity of tho Conservative citizens of tho town, who in the ensuing municipal election sup {)orted and eleetod a council, the moni tors of which pledged tbomselvos in udvance not to appoint ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 September 1894

^Kg Qclugrtiggr Subscription. Price?13 Months, 91.50. PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Itatos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per aquaro, one inser tion, S1.00; each subsequent insertion. 60 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Ad - - vetllseiuonts. jf W. W. BALL, - _Proprietor. LAURENS, S. C, Sopt. 4, 1894. D!a*penaary Means liWud. At Blabkvllle in this Stato on Tues day evening last a bloody tragody oc mrtiSa. . Stato Constablo G ribbon and a young and prominent citizon, Solo mon Brown, woro klllod. Grlbbon was a discharged marshal of the town, appointed constablo by Gov. Tlllman, although advlsod that Orlbben was to ^ tally unfit for an ollico domandlng tho qualities of a good poaco officer. Grlb bon persisted in opening packages coming to Brown by oxpress, as tho Brown family had boon Influential In having nim dismissed from tho oflleo , of marshal. "We havo all along boon opposod to the Dlsponsary Law. We havo urged that sumptuary laws woro against tho'spir...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 September 1894

<|>fie Qduertiser. LAURENS, S, C, Sept. 4, 1804. LOOAL; Buttebick Patterns for sale by us at New York prlcos. Simmons Bros The Delineator can bo subscribed for through us without extra charge. Simmons Bros. Tho Septombor of tho North Ameri can Rovlcw contains tho tbird and last part of Mark Twain's brilliant articlo "In Dofonco of Harriott Sholloy" tho previous instalments of which attract ed so much attontion. Tho socalled Stato Democratic Exe cutive Commetteo moots to-night in Columbia. Tho voto at tho recent pri mary will bo tabulated and arraugc ?*?nonts made for tho Convention on tno " 16th inst. Wanted.?Ladies and gentlemen mako from $'$.0J to $1.00 por day fold ing and addressing circulars and cor responding forme atthoit'homes. Per manent position; for/particulars send 8olf-addrossed 8tampcdT#nve%po to J. W. Koller, Mishawaka, Ind., author of Hounds and Hares. Tho North Amorican Rev low for Soptombor contains, among other tlmo ly papers, three valuablo artlclos on tno ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 4 September 1894

PVALISIIKD KTMtY TU1WDAY. j WDBCKIPTION SI.60 PER YJBAR. TARSNEY\S_TB1PTATI0N Unless thoro was a horse-trade or something of equal importance on hand, Lyman Tarsnoy was pretty Bure to be /found at tho postotuo at mail time : not because ho expected a let ter, but because tho iKWtotllco was in a t'rocory store plentifully supplied wr#i ooinfortablo box, barrel and counter soats. It offerod abundant opportunities for sly nibblings of crackers and ohooso, and was tho clear ing-house for tho gossip of tho village. W11i'ii, one day, tho postmaster did | really hand Tarsnoy a letter, he was much surprised, and oxamined it doubtfully. Tho envelope was ad dros8ed. plainly enough, and bore the Now York postmark. Who In tho world could ih? writing him from Now York Y Tarsnoy wont to one side and oponed tho lettor with mingled ongorucss und doubt. 1'urhupH somebody hud died and loft him a fortune!-- strange lldngs hud boon heard of. When lie had gained a partial understanding of the contents, ...

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. — 11 September 1894

VOL, X. LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 1894. THE GREAT TOBEST EIKES. IN THE TRACK OF DESOLATION. There nro MIIoh ol'Country Without a Human Habitat Ion?Tho Cyclonic tftogve?e Of the Flumes. The details of the great forest HroB in Wisconsin und Minnesota uro sick ening and fearful in thooxtromo. From tlto dispatches sent from day to day, in which tho particulars aro glvon as the dreadful tales are unfolded by tho survivors, we eull the following sum mary : In a strotch of territory twenty-six miles long,' and from one to 11 ftoon miles wide, not a single human habita tion has been left standing and in every part of the track of the llames bodies of men, women, children, horses and cattlo woro found. The position of every bodttflfound outsido of llinek loy show ^.?nu shelter of somo kind wits sought by the agonized sutTerers and tho dead are found in holes, behind stumps, trees, marsh depressions and in every water course. The general shape of the lire-swept district is liko a ...

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. — 11 September 1894

$>?e (jJctuertiser Subscription Price 12 Months, Sl.BO. PA YABJLK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOB. Hat?? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad -ortlsetuoiits, per Rquare, one loser en, $1.00; each subsequent Insertion, oeDJft. .?1 reduotlon made for lar^e Ad .?etnent?. W. W.BALdL, Proprietor. c-.-^^1*=:== LAURENS, S.C., Sept. II. 1894.' Thoren? no Domocratie party in this i State. /Wo havo a very radically rc- ' in party in South Carolina artd Iis itself tho domocratie pa.-ty. Tom Reld, tho chioftain and <^'rand tycoon of tho ropubllcans would, reject it as too utterly utter radical for his followers in tho utterly uttor down East. All tho same, in South Carolina .thoy pass for domocrats; God save tho mark. There has novcr in tho history of manhood been such a fraud. "Am I a dog that I should do this thing." How many democrats of tho true faith, real democrats in South Carolina, havo boon kicked, cuffed, spat upon in tho last four years, utterly ignored and Hold to tri?, go, stand aside...

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. — 11 September 1894

^fie Gctuertjser. CJ LAUREN8, 8, C, Sopt. 11, 1804. LOOAL; An Initiation feo of $1.00 will bo charged all pupils to tho graded school. School opons promptly at 0 A. M. 17th lnst. Edward Bok says that that tho hard times have drivon thousands of womou into writing, and that tho ''readers" who have to read tho manuscripts sent to magazines are taxed to their utmost capacity. Attention is called to tho fact that tho graded schools will open Monday noxtatOA. Mi It is important that the children be on hund and havo a fair start. Tho Parisienne is proverbial for chic and appropriate dross, and how subtly tho Honoring influences of autumn be gin to steal over her gay summer at tiro is illustrated in a front-page pic ture drawn ]n Paris by tho artist Cha pui8 for Harper's Bazar of Soptombor 8th. With Soptombor, too, comes tho approach of tho autumn wedding soa son. Tho bride, her maid of honor, her mothor, and her littlu sister havo all received a duo share of the artist's attention in 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. — 11 September 1894

l)c Coutcit0 C&toertiscr. r?*L18RND KTBRY T17NDAY. WCJBCRIFTION S1.ISO PKlt VKAB. Chir Jamihj ?torij, " STUMPY. PIjOKKNCK H X f.1A)\VKLU HOYT. Ho v, a only tho )K>y who attended to tho choi'OH about tho hotel, and ?> > he was novor invited to play oroquot or lawn t?? nn i -. or to substitute in tho buHoball nlno; ai <i ho was laughod at a good deal because bo bad freckles, red hair, and woro clothes a groat doai too small (or him. His name was Kphr^yiui, but every one called him ~*cSiumpy," for ho was short and rather stout?every one oxcopt Carrie Mow bray, that 18, Carrio novor usod his nickname. Sho said sho didn't con sider it kind. '? He'd 11 ko to ho tall. I daro say. So would a groat many other people," sho said to her cousin Hollo Towers, ono day on the porch. ''But ho is hideous, actually hideous." said Belle. "Oh. no; you exaggerate. If ho didn't have freckles ho would hardly be called ovon plain : and tho freckles will woar off in time." "T doubt it; and th...

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. — 18 September 1894

fcraMflniinigr ' i i-it r-~^-"^^ .,.^^m^m^1^ta!m^ .?f.fyyy^^.-f.... ... f^Wttr*r?iii^^i ?r Tg^rwrin n "T ii - ? ? jMj rT,.-.. r-r-r?-zzr =zn z^zzzzzzr-r~ - - ^ ^ ? . - ? YOL-. JL / LAURENS, S. C., TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1894. > NO. 6. THE GREAT EIGHT OF THE YEAR. Till- DISPENSARY i,AW in THE SUPREME COURT. The Petitions and Argument? of i>Ik ttngutshed Counsol*?A Full and Free Discussion of tho LOW?-An Early Decision is Promised,! The Supromo Court of this State met on tho 12th lost., and heard tho argu ments for and against tho constitu tionality of tho d'spensary act of 18JKI. Associate Justice Kugeno 13. Gary ap peared on tho bonch for tho llrst time. Justices Molvor and Pope occupied their respective positions, and thero was a fair audioneo of interested spec tators to hear th arguments in this celebrated and most important case. When tho Justices came in ami tho court was called to order, Mr. Q, W. Croft of Alken aroso and began read ing tho record of the case, including ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 18 September 1894

ifie Gictuertiser Subscription Prloe-12 Munth?, 81.so. FA YABLK IN ADVANOK. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. Katos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad ?ortlHomontH, por square, one lnser <on, 11.00; each subsequent Insertion, /) cents. Liberal reduotion made for largo Ad vertisements. W. W. BALL, _ Proprietor. f/LAURENS, 8. C, Sept. 18, 1804. Anil UumbuK largo class of honest mon in tho United States, tired and dis gusted with corruption, ring rule and trusts declared thomsolvos outsido of party and having tho balance of power elected a democrat President, ^those hundred thousand votors bolng f republicans. At th? closo of Clovc ' land's first torm ho burnt tho bridges behind him and doolarod for tarltT re form. Ho was thon boaten by tho ring, who wore terror stricken at tho idea of honesty. But Cleveland per sisted, and in'isi)2 was renomii.Uod uptfn a platform of honest monoy and a tar 10 for revenuo only. A fow hun dred thousand honest mon voted his ticket and tho country was saved. Tho republica...

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. — 18 September 1894

<|>?e Qduertiser. ? LAUKENS, 8, C, Sept. 18, 1804. LOOAL; Death. Mr. T. L. Badgott, a highly ro spcictcd and prominent cltizon of Lau rons, died at his homo two miles out of tho city on Sunday morning. Mr. Badgott was oighty yoars of ago and camo to tlii-. Stato from North Caro lina forty-?vo yours ago. Ho married a Miss Kennedy, tho daughter of a f[entloman from this eounty and began arming in which pursuit ho has al ways boon engaged. ilo was a mem ber of tho Laurons Prosbytorlan church. The mouthers of his family surviving him uro threo daughters and a son. Tho burial took placo at tho city cemotory on Monday morning. Tlt3 Doing* ol the Court. Tho Court of General Sessions con yonod hero on yesterday Judge T. B. Fra/.ler presiding. Tho jail is comparatively empty and tho civil bus inoss, also not very heavy, will proba bly bo roaehed by Wednesday. There aro, howover, two cases of homicide to bo trlod, that of Matthow Cunningham for tho murder of Wilson Boyd and W. IL 'Tondo...

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. — 18 September 1894

vfcljc Cmtreno H?ucdiscr. rWBJLI?HED EYJNKY TUESDAY. MUBORIPTION 91 .BO PER YKAlt. QDwr Jhmihj 0tot|). A Tragedy of the Desert. I am opposed to lynching as a general rule. Of course, there are ox-1 cootlons, such as persistent claim iu inning, short-card men and loss o( | illon by road agents, but suoh ex captions only obtain when the offenders ^?titum to the district after having been escorted to its confines and warn ed not to come back on pain of doath. Such exceptions are violations of tho law Of the district, and tho violators must bo "hung up" as examples, there fore I suppress my opposition and side with the majority for the good of the camp. I am writing now of a locality sovonty-fivo milos outsido tho knowl edge of tho codo?the Lizard Moun tains of tho (Jolorado Uosort?whoro the habeas corpus has nover ponotrat od and the coup d'etat of tho nollo proeoqul is not pormlssiblo, savo on one condition, that tho suspooted man loavo cump forthwith. Tho time was when I was always r...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 25 September 1894

THli STATE CONVENTION The Regular Democrats Nomi nate a Ticket. The Demands of the Carwile Conference Are Ignored. AN OMNIBUS PLATFORM ADOPTED. The Chicago and the Ocala Are Mixed. A Now Constitution and a Direct Primary. Tho DomOOratio Stato Convontion assembled in tho hall of tho Houso of Representatives on tho loth lost. Twelve o'clock had struck ton min utes before Stato Chairman Irby rap ped on the desk and said, "Tho Con vontion will please come to ordor." A few seconds later Colonel Irby an nounced : " Tho deliberations will be oponod with prayor by Dr. S. M. Smith, of Richland." Dr. Smith in voked tho Divino blessing on tho body. Ho prayed that all passions bo calmed and that all should bo done for tho good of tho commonwealth : that pcaco and harmony should bo permitted to come in and reign, and that, if divis ions of men should come, others should accord to others the right of their opinions. Ho earnestly prayed that prosperity might fall on tho Stato; that there should bo...

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. — 25 September 1894

??b88rlpttoTjB|Ki~Mia-?i>?, ti.00. PATABLF IN ADVANCE, W. W9&ALLt EDITOR. Rate? for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad y.ertl".1*??ut*' P?r square, one Inser r?'{? ; e*?h ?ttbeeqaent inaertlon, W.W. BALL, __Proprietor. LA?RENsTs! O.. Sept. 26. 18B4.~ Ataflrew Jack eon. Some time/since, say last December, the ?tatejvjliiance pf this State, re *?,vWl*Ah-?t .all candidates for office v'uould be catechised, and formulating ho questions to be asked, appointed an agent, a gentleman of Fairfleld, to pro pound the all-searohing questions. For want of a political dictionary we can't give tho name of this high cocalorum functionary. Now suppose tho much 3d /^.ndrow Jackson, when noml for the Presidency on a demo platform of a low tariff, sound ourrenoy, economic administration of tho government and Stato rights, or local self-government, at his home, tho - Bermltage, in Tennessee. Suppose a committee of the national democratic nominating convontion, consisting of WIso of Virginia, Mason of North...

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