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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 June 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscription l?ricc?12 Mouths, $1.50 Payable in Advance. B. W. BALL, Editor. Knies for Advertising.?-Ordinary Ad vertisements, porsquaro, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAUREN'S, S. ('., June 20, 1001. The South ami the Presidency, The Prosa of ttie country, North und South, is discussing: "It is time for a candidate to come from the South." < ?f course, per se, there could tie noth ing wrong in such an event?it is a question of epeuaucv only. In the last decade of the century just closed a big effort was made lo do away with what they all hands) were pleased to call "sectional aulmosity." But the othei day there was bold at Philadel phia Ihc Southern Industrial Conven tion. In the North American, a great Philadelphia paper, a leading illustra tion represented a tail lean, haggard Southerner, with a broad-brim som brero while he -hakes right hands with a spruce da...

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. — 26 June 1901

Jliroi'fi tor .Id M<ui<l;i\ in July. i i1 s. IHpp. Soullletown; l.miKdon ; , oks, Diu . II. I . Buldwln, Wu ,1. a Copolaud, Lauront; L. C. , ; dal; W. II. Cmupb9l). Lnu< i!. \ Austin, Cross 111 It: W. M. Insun. Lt&urons; It. B. Cllkerson, Sub .11 Anderson, ScuuMutown: I). . : i, Munter: J. \V. C. Hull, ii. c. S'ms, Waterloo; W? T. oh, ^ ouugs; T L. Joins, Voungs; ,\ lion Dlitkoloy, ScuMotown; Thus. Jacks; It. C< Crisp, Lauren.*: \ II, liellams, Dial; J. B. Brooks, ? .1. Itobt. Anderson, Waterloo; |i urd, Jacks, J P Pearson. Hun r i .Simpson, .lacks: W.M.Pin? , ., lacks; .1 \V. Mitchell. Sullivan: t. 15. Glenn, Seufllotown; J. D. Bun Waterloo; W. II. Bryson, Cross ?'. i . Hunter, Scutlletown; C. W. ; i-tou. I.Hurotis; P.rnst Noffz, Cross ? i t Todd, Scullletown; J, Irvln . . I .iii-?-n-: J, U. Itcddeu, Lau-! !;. Diggi'iis. Votings, \ Neu ItilllK. .i ( ' I lilt), ;u t 'ross Ulli, j bartered with u capital ol i will pro> e an ir.coiuparubl 'n the live business people...

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. — 26 June 1901

I 000 oOOO OOOO oOOo oOOooOOo oc^ T lhe QUEEN'S j 1 ROSES * * o By S. Levett VeMa o 8 o ? Copyright, 1901, by S. Lovett Yeats q ^oo?OocOOooOOooOOooOOooOC CHAPTER III. ?Im: WOItD OF a PBINOB, The apartments assigned to iuo in virtue <>r my office lay In tho wing of the Louvro looking towurd tho old chapels of St. Thomas, St. N'lcaise and the Quinzo VIngts. A balcony Jutted out from niy window, and Kitting there one could BCC below the strange muss of gray and brown buildings that Clung dlko wasps' nests to the walls of tho palace, to be matched only In squalor by tho high and tottering houses, crowding and Jostling each ?ither on the opposite sldu of the nar row street. Here projecting gallery ami overhanging flirret formed an ar cade, beneath which the grass thrust its slender sword blades between tho green and slippery stones of the pave ment, and It was cool and dark as a cellar, even on the hottest days In summer. .It was to this refuge I had escaped from the stitllog thron...

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. — 3 July 1901

THE SOUTH NOT TO BE REPUBL1CANIZED. High Tariff Legislation a Menace to Our Material Prosperity. TRUSTS AN KNRMY TO SOUTHERN BUSINESS INTERESTS. WHAT WIO MOST N! KI? IS AOOK88 TO THE MAMKBT8 OtfTllK WO Uli? ttdilor Constitution; Your recent admin.hie editorial on iho tariff mi its relations to future party policy, must be UIV excuse, U" any be needed, tor tins c immunicutioo. We have heard much of late about the elimination of the neuro question from Southern politics, ami the conse quent upbuiidiug of a strong Republi can party in the Southern States, based, as the rumor runm tit, on the further ance of our material interests -as though adherence to Democratic pi ill ciples would retard our progress. Assuming for the sake of argutncni, and that only, that the 'ace issue is eliminated, and that the Southern pco plo are now entirely trie to pursue their "business'' interests, they can scarcely he expected to Sacrifice lho-e lHleiestft by adopting the cc> uomic policies winch, from...

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. — 3 July 1901

THE ADVERTISER. Subscript ion IMcC-12 Months, $1.60 Payable in Advance. il. w. BALL, Editor. Bates b?r Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; each subsequent insertion, f>0 cents. Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. yv. w. Ball, Proprietor. LAU11ENS. s. 0.1 July 8, looi. "No Bill." The wisest provision of our Law, a thousand years old, demands that tbe proceedings of tbe Grand .Jury should be secret. Judge lionet squirms at llfty (60??0?50 ) "No Ullis" in Dis pensary cases being returned hy the Grand Jury of Charleston, now sitting in that city. His Honor should know that the (.'rand Jury Und the evidence insufficient. The Judge should not burn Ids books, but read them. And His Honor should knbw that the reason of "secrecy" in the Grand Jury room is for the protection of the weak against the strong. The poor man who is on the < irand Jury is not to he jump- | ed upon by the purse proud citizen when i lie comes out, for not "prese...

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. — 3 July 1901

Mimic s of City Taxpayers Meetlug. A ai otlntr o( tlio taxpayers within lIn- seiend ?Iis1 riet of the City of Lttlt rons w is hold in the courthouse at 11 o'clock ti. m , on Thursday, the 27th day of .luii". tool. Dr. IL K. Alken was called to the ? hair. Hnd c. I). Burksdale olootod >cc i jtary of tho uiacling. 'I'll.- published notice sotting forth tho time, pluco und object of tho inool ii' was road by the Bccrotary. X. I'.. Dial o'VcrcJ a resolution seck : to 1 "m! him the act ion of tbo Hoard if I'rustOOS in electing a Superintend ent and tonehors bo fore holding this in ? ting, und !o declare it as the BCIISC 01 the mooting that future elootions of Sipe inleudenl and teachers ghould no' bo hah ?inti! after tho taxpayers meet hur. Mr. Tal boi l wanted to lay the resolu tio ; on the table1 It being suggested that the mover of .1- olut'.on should in heorJ, tho mo t'.on b lay on tbo table was withdrawn. Mr. Dial was heard in support of the n iolution* Mr. C. 0. I 'mil herstone ...

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 1901

The Laurens Advertiser. $1.^0 Per Year in Advance. OOooOOo' GO 'M real glad lo I??? n!>li l< call you 'captain.* n?: lud," said < >WCll I Let 1U ami Mrii ray, in delight ill his new promotion, wrung l>is uld eonr j mamlcr's lain.I afrain I "You've siav. .I hum 1 onough ms mal.," Kettle wen I < ? j "You've swonted and slaved s > inu I ; that your clothes hung on you like r I slop chest bhlrl on h stanchion Jui i | now. l'.nt you'll till 'cm OUl cicely hj ( the Ihne you Bot hnek t<> England again, my lud." The pnlr of them liked om- iinothet well, bul the lies of discipline hnd kepi them h'lly apart up lo now. Mur ray's pr motion pi.i them on nn equal fooling of grade. 'Mill iniug i lo- 1'arnheel doesn't seen; tt) have made you very plump, skip per." "Constitutional, I gues?," said Ketlle. "I don't I ' h. v.- ihn food's grown thiit'd Ilia ho me .any llosh. I'm one of those men ihnl w< re soul Into I ho world with a whole shipload of bad luck to Work throu...

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. — 10 July 1901

LIFE AND TIMES OF FRANCIS W. DAW SON. The Editor, the Soldier and tho Putriul [The followh K r ketch of the life find times of Capt. Francis W. Daw ion ol Ilm Charleston News and Courier was toad on the 4th inst. at the annual n cetii of thj Stute I'ress Association, which v as hold tit Ciena Bprlugd ^ ? 1 ? ? > ?h wan prepared by Col James A. tloyt, editor of The Greenville Mountai 111 1 t was highly commended by the mombers of the Association.j I. It is not always easy to realize that wo spend our days and years, be tin y few or many, a:i a talo Unit is told, but the Psalmist was right iu this picture ot Ifo, and bo knew and felt tbo lloctiug cbaraotor of human oxistonco Men Spring into the arena and for a time their actions absorb the attention of their fellows, wdio admire and extol their brilliancy or ipize with a critic's eye upon their performances, great or Small, and an they ascend the ladder of fame it is to meet the stern, Inflexible judgment of their peers. The journa...

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. — 10 July 1901

THE ADVERTISER, Subscription l?rlC0?12 Months, $i.GO Payable in Advance* 15. W. HALL, Editor. Rates for Advertising*? Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one inser tion, $1.00; eaeii subsequent Insertion, GO cents- Liberal reduction made for large Advertisements. \V. W. Ball, Proprietor. LAlJltixS. S. ('., duly 10, l?0l7~ McLaurlu at Spartanburg. It is the proper tiling to glvo a cer tain gentleman, who shall be nameless, "his due." The Senator made a gen uinely appropriate Ith of July oration at Spartan burg. It reads like old tunes?before the inauguration of tho speaker's "commercial" era. The speech is euphemistic, optimistic, oulo gistic of what we (tho American peo ple, all of us) are doing, have done, are bound to do, and are going to do and make of our glorious opportuni ties and mission as fixed by destiny. We are to expand, to widen our com merce, feed and clothe mankind, en rich them, operate as a nation in chrl. tiani/.ing the heathen and fatten our solvcs while realizi...

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. — 10 July 1901

llovi ami Mrs. Thomas 15. Cralg, and Mr. und Mrs. I). M. Gurrett, of Foun t;i ii Ino, have gone to Bullulo, Niagara and Toronto to be gone for several woek8. Mr. I. VV. Wright, a prominent citi zen <;i Clinton, is in Qreenvillo to-day mi business.?QroonYlUo News, Otn i-.>t. v Uootl Showing. A tho following letter will show, ? v. companies onn make a better show ing th m the Norwich Union, which is represented in this city by .1 o. 0. Fleming ?S: Co.: New York, June 20, 1001. To i >ur Agonls;? it may interest you to hear from us .ii regard to our Jacksonville, Florida, losses. This disastrous con 11 aeration K ok ! Inco na tlie aftornoon of May .'id. We ilium dlutcly dlspatohed our Gon crnl Adjuster, Mr. Willis O. Robb, to Lhat city, sending as an assistant our I ' Inl Agent, Mr. Guy Carpenter, of .\ ilantn, < loorgia. Tin so goutlomen returned to their il oa on .1 uno 3d, and in Unit time I ad ndiustcd 246 losses "Amounting to $281,16(1.(Ml, all of which have been paid W...

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. — 10 July 1901

The Laurens Advertiser $1.50 Per Year in Advance. BIH, ARP QUOTAS BBRCHK?. The Noted Minister Used C uhh Words and the Hot Weather Caused it. Atlanta Constitution. This horrid, torrid weather reminds me of what Henry Ward Jlcechcr said iu his church one sweltering day in July. He took no text, lie ?vipcdlhe perspiration from his brow and look ing solemnly at the large congregation, I Haid: " It is bot today. It is damned hot. It is as hot its hell!" Every body wan amazed aud shocked until he added, "That is the language I heard two young men use at the door of the church as J passed them. My young friends, it is uot as hot as hell." Then in a low, earnest tone he pictured the torments of hell and the certain fate of the wicked until the atmosphere ol the church seem d to he cool and pleasant in comparison. The ladies Ceased to move their fans and every body was still and solemn as a fuucial. It was something like Jonathan Ed Wards at Northampton when he got his hoarors so wrought up...

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. — 17 July 1901

STORIES ABOUT_ AN OLD TRAGEDY. Trial and Conviction of Wm. L. Yancey Conflicting fclattmenls That Arc Not Surprising Newspaper cui respondents uro reviv ing the most noted tragedy of Green vilU; in its earlier days, and circum stauliai accounts arc given In which thoro are evident errors and eon dieting statements, hut which aie entirely ?x cusablc owing n> the fact lhai iliese correspondents arc writing from the memory of others. The killing of Dr. Itobiuson K irlo sixty-three year''ago might have been forgotl n or at least very dimly remembered even InGrceu ville were it not that he belonged n> an illustrious family, whose descend anis arc very numerous in the com munity, und that his slayer was Wil liam L, i.'ancey, who became a famous leader in the secession movement of 1800, mole than twenty years alter the unfortunate encounter winch ended Dr. liarle's hie ami which doubtless embittered Mr. Vnncey's existence long afterwards. Mr. Yancey's promi nence as a lawyer and poli...

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. — 17 July 1901

TUB ADVERTISER. Subscription Price 12 Mouths, ?1.50 Payable lu Advauco. II, \V. HALL, Editor. Kales for Advertising. Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, onn inser tion, $lo(>: each subsequent insertion, f>0 cents. Liberal reduction made for largo Advertisements. w. w. Ball, I 'roorintor. LACK ENS. S. ( ., duly I 7, I DO I. little vim. GonYlt. It. Iletnpblll, editor ol Ab boville Medium, criticises the Solicitor Of tho 8th circuit for appearing in court apparallcd in non-clerical gar ments. The rule of court reads: "The habit of the gontlemon of the Bar shall be black coats, eto." He thinks the rule should bo enforced. We tremblingly express our dissent from this criticism. The rule ought lobe black letter and in a plain republican country should be "more honored in the breach than in the observance." Your cocked hat for tho shorilf, silken gowns for the Judge, velvet robes and royal tinsel for the Legislative olllolals is all well lor royal COUntrios but is ridiculous in a l...

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. — 17 July 1901

k. of l*, at rJuoroo. Fnorco Lodgo No. 110, Knights of pythhis, was Instituted at Buoroa la?t nlgbl by Orand Master at Arms Ii. K Anderson of this oily. The new loJgo start-, wiih twenty-four inoinbcr* ami has ;i bright oaroer before it. 'the knights wh?> went from this elty came bach this morning. The following olllcors compose the Grund bodge of Emergency, which In stituted the now lodge: L K. Ander? ? n, duputy grand cbancollor, assisted by J. Ii. Carl! le, Spartanburg; El. K. Alken, I.aureus, acting grand vice chancel or; 1$. K. Ilolcomb, WoodrulT, acting grand prelate: VV. K. Maddux. Spnrtanburg, acting grand mastor ol work; J. J. ("entry, Spnrtanburg, act ing grand master at arms, J. B. brooks, Laurous, acting grand koopor of re cord aud seal-: J.F.Tolbort, Laurons, act i eg grand master of exchequer: J. \v. Ciav. WoodrulT, tctiug Inside guard; W, a. Mason, acting outside ;.? aard. The new lodge has tho following olli eoi'3 who were duly installed: Pa-', chancellors, A. R. ...

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. — 17 July 1901

The Laurcns Advertiser. $1.^0 Per Yea' in Advance. ...... A Fulfilled Prophecy. | liy JEAN NETTE U. UALIVOKTH. Copyright, 1000, by JetinnottoII.Wft>worth.< *? 0.?? aid the oldest Miss Hen dcrson rollootlvoly, t*??I?1 in;; up :i telegram tliil had thrown the cntirt family into constcrna lion: ? We are so very mu? IllUeeill outside and exceedingly OH*l>ty Inside." Said Miss Julia Henderson, cnstlllj Bcorntnl glances at the monger remain of a meager repast: "Your observation carries pcculln weight with it In view of stteh a din ner." The third and youngest Miss Homier son said nothing, th.cepUd he time concentrating '? e wrecked dlshet about one ttnttii nod plate. They were llugeriug at table to ac commodate Mic "tie male im inber <> the family. 11 is name was 4pek. am he was late. ii" always was T?te, lb was systematic in nothing but tin manufacturing of apologies which snlv ed his own conscience without in tin least mollifying the cook's temper. He made his customary t...

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 1901

VOi . XV| NO. 51. BILL AUP ON II KATHEN MYTHOLOGIES He Draws Morals From Ancient .Stories His <. (inclusion in Lat ter Day Style Atlanta Constitution. I o all ng( h mankind I.a- felt the need of a God. Thero is a feeling of helplessness in our nature and if man can't liml a (Si d lie will make one. it i> curious liow strangely sinnl.tr uro all tin- lieathen hitihnlogios lo the llihlo religion. St. John .-a>?, uAhd there w;i- war in heaven and Micha? 1 and Iiis an.'? Is t???i-_;111 a^.iiind Ilm dragon ami Ins angels mi l hurled thein down. Thai "id dragon, which is the doyil, was cast down unto the earth." .lust so in (Jul ian ami Itomtui and Scandi navian mythology ; lucre wan war in their heavi a ami the u<>?>d deities pre Vailed and the evil WOIO Clisl OUl, hilt not destroyed. Jupiter hud war with ih< Tilun and dethroned thetn. Odon, or Woih n. as he was called, had win witli |,oki und i elUroned him nud gnve htm lieht, or Hell, for his kingdom. The Seui.dinav...

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 1901

THE ADVKKTISMi:. Subscription l?rlc< ?l? Houtli l'.iiable in Advui ._ .i .i <? H B. \V. BALL, Editor. Rates for Ad vor Using, vortlsoments, per square, 01 in tiou, $1 .OD: ouoii subsequ I lioi 60 cents. Liberal reduction in uh for largo Advertisements. W. W. B S i >.. Pronrlotor. LAUUKNsj S. Cm 1 A Martyr. Tho Petit uror tu - tri dl tlio thanks of hi- count ry. Th very little arrangement fort in tho court room and jury room Ho gets cold b und all tho rest I- hot. To tedious case of dull fact, !?.!?:? i and listen to Attorney's ce rehash of testimony for ? ' and forty minutes, the .hi times told tale of vvhlll criminal intent and doubt thrown in, for a common mortal terror of t ho long eon mil jury room of tWCnt.V-fou tho fate of some poor ' liberty or lifo is in thoir Inn Tl is a Btrong teudonev ' ? diets of our jurlt si'* yourself fron. ".I prisoner, prisoner Juror," down to tin guilty," and vori l\ bo aroused. The Poti -I tyr to hi- people. * Our Grand Jury lui recommonde...

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 1901

The Mate Institute. Munyofour farmers will bo lutes to the holding el the Institute i eil on. Kroiu u Olemson letter to w . und Courier we glcau : On \ ? i-i !?' Ii the Stnt j Institute will be filial the College. Tho railroads havo ,11 ei ueeil rates, und board ami ? ? \. i i'osi only 50 conts a day. ear there wcro about throe hun dred of the leading farmers of Lite State v i tin advantage of this opportuultv, ll:i ud cationt are that there will 10 a Innrer uumbor here this ".ear. ,sill he : irnidied to those who |in for cam plug out. Mr. Carter Newman, the hortloul t, say* thatsomo of his IInest va rieties of p aches will be ripe during ii Unite, Purinors will find tho . on improving and enjoyable. Reunion, \ 'nioii Church, Co. <', Jamos' nil illlon ;>?; 1 Co c. s. c. y.t WU| hold annual reunion oil the 10th of ,\ list AH veterans are invited v., be addresses and a pleasant da: 'ho ladies will serve an elegant STOCK HOLDERS' MK KT I NIL The Aiir. ia! Meeting of the siock oi ...

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 1901

The Laurens Advertiser. $i.^o Per Year in Advance. THE BORDER LINE 1 BY M0BTI3IER 0. WILCOX. Copyright, 1901. by Mortimer O. WUcox URING the South African nisis of 1808 au Ameri can named Phillips tooli tho night train foi Klerksburg, near th* Transvaal frontler. A week before Phil lips hud Been tho "' SoM Reef City" shivering In tbo panic of an expected war. m* thoughts as h? Bland out of th* car window may bnv? gone back' bitterly to JohaunesburK. ,,; the- rldgC Which lias mado BO many sc.r rows, and i?is own failure theru. Clutch ed iu the hand, however, he bold a tele? gram from his partner, tturton, ami this be rend: "Com? up t?> Klerksburfl next train. Big tiling possible here/' Around him men wen- arguing heated ly in various dialects as to where Jou bert would strike llrst, what would happen to tho ultlnndors and when it would begin to happen. The train ran on hour after hour, it came t<> u st<>;i at last and discharged Its passenger.-) into the excited, (pies...

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 1901

ACTION OF STATE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Sermtor McLaurin Invited to Ko^igii The Vote Vcr Sir mg in The Nta'e 1 leuiocrallc ox< eutivc ??<?m niittoo hi ill n upc.ciol mooting on Thurs day night to make nrrnngcnioutM for tho primary election in (ha Seventh Congressional District, which was Uxcd for Ihc loth i?r September. Tin meet iug proved lo mil' of the mosl inlcr 08liug hold in many years, a- a resolu. lion va- pffered hy Mr. Itlohords, of Ki rsiiaw, severely condemning the course of Scnntoi Mcl.uurin nud ex pressing the conviction thai ho ought to louder Ins resignation. '1 'ho dohulo which ensued wus <mi:i. animated :>?.cl exciting, an! the resolution of Mr. Uichards was passed hy a vote of ii] , to 5. Mr. Magill offered the following resolutions im binuch na t!;i- coinuiit? tec is charged with iho policies <>i iho party ": Uesoivod, Thal in addition ic taking Iho regularly prescribed oath to abide Iho result of dio piiimuy, thtit all cnu? didates for Congress in ...

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