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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 26 December 1893

^fie Qduextiser. LAUBENThTs. O., Dec. 26, IK?8. "IlTo oal. The colored lire companies pnrudcd to-day. They presented a splondid ai> jaunty uniform? und ure u great credit to their town. The best thing about thorn though is that they uro ullfuys ready to work like heroes in time of need. Hoiiinoftim p. -1?i?? to b? in Laurent! During in- ClirlHtmiiH Bfttfton. Miss Hibloy, of Augustu, und Miss Dibble, of Orangehurg, will be with Miss Mary Garrott. Mrs. Brooks, of Seneca, Mr. Parker .Ionian, of G renn wood, Mr. Darby Ful ton, of Columbia, Mr. Crook of Annls ton. Ala., and Miss Austin, ot Clinton, with Mr. McCaslan's family. Mr. L. W. Boyd, of Augusta, with his mother, Mrs. Lucy Boyd. Miss Corlnno Bitts, Mis? Claudia Irby and Miss Mary ('iiiinon will be at home from Converse College. "How About the Weather." The Weekly Courier-Journal, pub lished at Louisville, Ky., delights in keeping its subscriberstguessing. In addition to being the greatest Demo? cratic newspaper published, it ha...

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 December 1893

.?"'?h HJiouhl 1 ?* 'sen ! V. >,,!,? I "?'? **nU Henc h ???Mied HIN ; hl ( J"'i?tina??the tfl ^ to men, ?oiurtfi auj children. IB^HSj i . fttl(* f oss for ?na dainty things for ^^^?pjT Maea everybody ,,. ; 1 their troubles and ?' '"Uroui.d them happy. ur S?10"?' an? so let us ?Kf ' ar:a if wo huve I^HVye to others, let us " ' henudietlona. We ??od wi purso t*t nothing, und ?[Jtiy way* of Hhowing it that we cun Wmy folkH work >? of nilk and laeo WR&dolbi? making tilehiiij?. handkor >'"oothoV thi nga on tokens and sur - 1 no Chrltitmaa jjwas in ray ?. Society, and j^is was, "is disinterested the anIrma i yet. With [t it Is more eolvo, und it jpvo that I am jr I wish that itho pleasure ? the unfortu <Jp ?bout in dls jrt'thd and look in li. haunts of poverty ^ ) their wants anil f&l round my charity v J/>ning, arid making Ilcw days, if no more. f W follow the wagons along ftt the door* and eoo tho Jwlng fucoB of tho children y things were hnndod out. ? lysomething...

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. — 2 January 1894

'NSARY LAW. NS AGAINST ITS HON. vy> Constables?The At in Many Point? I ' ?. I; 11) t i! ? 11 i i p;', New are tho Law in Rofer Purthor Regulate the lsumptlon, Transporta ispnsitioo of AJooholic j .liquors Within tlio State -olioa, and to Poflco the Bo it enacted by the mso of Representatives ..ixio of South Carolina; now .d sitting in Gcnoral Assembly, oy tho authority of tho same: it, the manufacture, ealo, barter'or change, recoint, uccoptanco, deliv . y, storing and hooping in possession, within this State, of any spirituous, malt, Vinous, fermented, browed whether lager or rioe beer) or other iquors or-any compound or mixture hereof, by whatever namo callod or tipwrt, which contains alcohol and is' cd as a bevorago by any person, firm corporation: the transportation,' novnl. tho taking from tho depot or ? or, placo by consignee or other, ton or the payment of froight or' tunrcss or other charges by any per aoqT lirm, association or corporation rnj Hnyispiritu/ius, malt, vitip...

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. — 2 January 1894

AO*. t jr. 1894. u has yiolujod tho ?e leaves no uncom rots except that ad offects will not pay ?Using. Its estate jords as derelict for 3 having in the main thoj riotous living of . We drop a tear from ink for its chequored bio oxperionces. Its elicity wore spent in '? Chicago and that on probably cob, its robs of pain, panicky old fright, ell, thou bad ogg of he ashou of thy fail i-t imbedded in our ?t.not embalmed. i king lost his . round heads best peoplo In at our liberties nch Revolutioifr' nd somo thireo perished/; but /eral emnturies v. Thus out ? ond justi orcomont of joon killod in State constable . ,dispatch from t the people will nVtheir private OS. i Somo spark survives in tho ? tv>any live? ' ill 'I uo however dis > Conserva (Ountof brains Congress. Ho m Conservatives mostly have to jss the Spartan* ffectually black ? that McLaurin the United States a .dispensary spy un?? un<lua'*u?d he fetors of law ' Of au especially samebegroes who perhaps of the! , ., <...

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. — 2 January 1894

, Jan. 2, 1894. on. price of The Ar> one dollar and a nphs. 10 Qreenvillo Pho in LauronH from 1804, prepared to ?aphis in tno latest' jh roe year old nd Mrs. T. E. Todd, rning. zero interrod in tho nday morning, a swoot, bright and Sirl, and tho boroaved oop sympathy of all ids in their affliction. T to Pay Taxes. papors of Monday, Jan. 1st .ptrollor Gonoral lillerbo to-day a circular to tho treasurers in ry county in tho State informing nn that tho timo allowed for the /mcnt of taxes had boon extended to of February." l>eath of Mr. McCoy. vir. McCoy, fathor ot Dr. Thomas jCoy, died horo on tho 23d ult. He ?d only come to South Carolina a few ooks previous to spend tho closing lays of a lifo of ninoty-ono years with his son. His remains wore interred in tho city comotory on Christmas ovo. To Read and Keep. There are scarcely any two topics so interesting to tho public just now as the new dispensary act and tho county government act. Both of those in Judogreat changes in tho la...

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

loners, 'ion of tho JotigrJ n thereafter as I "me ,sald supervi -lug of. the county tiers for tIn- purposo nd the salt} board oh the first Mon .inly and Octo e county court a of ibuslness, ?ardi shall con* dcd, thattho ay call an ex , i and ' shall be .he written rC ..th of the* board'. <etirtg pft said board ;i one oi^theite'^nmber dl D a member of the S.tafo >f eqpall/.ation and who shall ji alt tho functions of said office / provided by,law., f> tion 10, That it shall bo the duty e'l?Otrnfy supervise/,'together with hairmen of the boards gf township imlssienersj township road oommis aol\ to lay 'off into convenient. 8ecj ns t'-i; roads, .bridges and ferries in jral towfusplpH In their rosiieo* inties, which said sections snail .borod for the purposo of letting 'same to be worked and\ main under contract. . if] Ion 11. That If the county board mfbsiOnors conclude to adopt tho ot system for working, maintain mstructhitf i and 1 operating tho BjJQtlona, of highways, ; roads...

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. — 9 January 1894

-???? " -I' . . . , -_____-.-.-,-_ ; LAURENS, S. C, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1894. NO. '? IU on for wa, It io\ v t d .o ?t. ;h ?ut h aui llot. .u-gc, thoir vor ad ico iry ?iad ird it bo :0, ffi td it ), ? t o 9 no iuu-?u ^lafts post ?lass took aro e ra uf ord'e ?>rd, of for to iford \000 Tlitb W 11 son TARIFF The Vlow? of a Mugwump Newspaper on tho Free Admission of Haw Ma* icrial. IlaipOr'B Weekly. The tariff bill reported by the Coni mitten on Ways and Means is in one sense a moderate measure ; in another sense a radical measure. Compared with the tariffs under which we lived and prospered for many years before the oivil war, it loaves us still with a very high dogreo of protection. Com lared with tho tariffs of countries like ranee and Germany, in which there a - boon of lato years so distinct a re* ival of protection, it is also a strongly ?otoctloni8t measure. Compared with e completely non-protoctivo tariff of ngland, its duties aro immodoratoly gh. But compared with tho McKin l...

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. — 9 January 1894

oe -12 MODtbH, ?1.00. FS IN ADVANCE. ' ItL, EDITOR. rUsUfg.?Ordinary Ad 'Or^lquare, one lnaer u jpKbsequeut insertion, t ion mado for larae Ad W. W. KAU-, Proprietor. 3. C, Jan. 9, 1894. e that Rills." stouling yver us that ?dng, '94 will bo a dull -DVEitTiSEU. It begins ly thattho Antf Tillman jent upon mixing thoni jtolit leal stew and all that tlawcd papors of our stamp about on tho lowor limbs of nd crow onco in a while when among the Rofawm cocks .tod. ? wo so long for a bit of fun .nnot refrain from ponotrat ?eesses and ret rents Of Re vonturing to lire off a few Reflections,'' as the cxtiu ueral Farley would say. o brilliant refawmaucos having been oxocutcd hero ?vo a passing notlco. lined to suspect that tho 1 >ns which our county Al ls hy norno*''?'; In'politics, ?> L sod Friday ndldato for uudor the .RY Evans, y positively right. This suro of. A lhabit Lau ho came a .or borders from Aikon ing at tho was a cor ? stars in tho i't care. Wo .ndly to that f "most oxelu go...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 January 1894

atotl S. A. ?etor of ln .tato. Tho of Senator in politic;. opytnjBrV :a his sorvices rltor und copy ;ceedingly roas ?anteos sutisfuc wnphor. will bo in Laurons od to do tho high raphie work. Ho n to ovory one who th patronage. Ho )t children's pictures s. All of his work is .re and skill and tho he pleased with it. r-di nances, tSER prints to-day tho iso supplies for tho city year, ft contains mat to every eitizon of the uro invited to rend it. ion is called to tho scalo I a 1>1 iv Marriage. ?n, S. O,, at oloven o'clock ay morning Capt. J. M. Mrs. Laura A. Kern svoro ?arriago. ', a daughter of Dr. C. A. .'polar and prominent citizen county, will bo warmly wel .jaurensby numbers of both od Captain Phllpot's friends, 'hilpot is an omlnontly suc d popular merchant of Luu iately after the ceremony Mr. .. Phllpot left for Augusta, r return they will mako Lau oir homo. Oenth of Mr. A. Nabors. Mr. A. Nabors died at his home live miles north of the city on tho (Ith inst. Mr. Nabors was b...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 9 January 1894

0 e .1 ii a .1 0 > V e n d o r jS .oh trill you is ex ~J the n quietly oi* of tho Dr. Gwin y tho oc f Simeon, ig waited and who, it Savior, <rvant de say that p who was o church, intry. He nd patient .ion of his ace of his at last be en ew it was his lips bo was then His praise dying swan, rowod swoot \jan who sat ^ra, the force erraon could Like Simeon ailed for the on. At last ?iia li)>s had f ths old pro* to depart in IT a century of i tho glorious he sermon the o pulpit and 't in which to Mr. Prather he congroga -hen romovod exposing tho 'lew of every passed over this prelude of tho organ, 'r solomn .miliar actuary, in- pastor j right of tho amo moment .ad by strong loving eyes, do ^O pool. hush which boart tho broath * all he hnvd appliou hold at' Craven u. of April, 1709, and a. Inhabitants of that part oi Carolina havo represented to us the severkl and groat convionces and advantages that may accrue to Her Majestlo's sub\ jects, in General by conttituting and> ere...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 16 January 1894

FREE TRADE AND TAEIFF REFORM THE STAR-EYED GODDESS OP REFORM IN A GREAT KAOE. Henry Wattcraon, Editor and Pol it i olan, Fires into the Wilson Tariff mil?Ho Then Accepts this Result or the Tariff Aalt at Ion a? the liest 'I'll i n v. IO Do \ ..w. Onu of tho most vemarkablo politi cal speoehes which has bceu delivered In this country for a long while was mado by Henry Wattoraon, editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal, at the celebration of Jackson's birthday by tho Watterson Club In Loulsvillo. It had been given out that Mr. Watter son would deul with the political situa tion und the expectations of thoso who wont to hear him wore not disappoint ed. His speech was received with great BUl'prl&O, aud yot with tremend ous enthusiasm by tho vast audionco. Tho following extracts are givon to show tho trend of tho speech which is already exciting much attontion : I mean no disrespect to persons in authority when I declare that this sooms to mo an era of very small things aud very sma...

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. — 16 January 1894

Jlduertiser Frloe?12 Montns, tl.OO. Hid; IN ADVANCE. BALL? EDITOR, .dyertislng.?Ordinary Ad s, per square, one inser each subsequent insertion, aluotion made for lame Ad its. ?j W. W. BALL, Proprietor. nm, s. C, Jan. 16, 1894. ??s, you aro upon tho ovo of . you want to keop togothor, control of a machine to dl oflices, we advise you to fol and Tillman. They aro your -ionds and know tho? ropes, ist any man that dares lift his In opposition for he is no truo finer. On tho other-hand thoso are not followers of your two na ! bort) leaders, the Sonator and embryonic Senator, are tho na allies of your enimies, tho Antis. boys can't afford to monkey any body whom that pair vouch for. Governor Till md State Chairman Irby if d implicitly and backed by you m now and forover will bring triumphantly through the waters. You owe them an do debt of gratitude and they .ually bring yon deliverance. ?, certainly. Therefore, men, .-to vor and butter because that's on to all tral voicos a demand ion an...

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. — 16 January 1894

e: Qduertiser. LAUIIENS, S. O., Jan. 16, 1894. LOOAL. Hoif ami Hominy. Mr. D. M. Kondor?, of Tylorsvillo, killed u pig notting 410, and Mr. Jno. H. Cunningham one netting MO lbw. Thoso uro spocluions of what our farm ers uro doing and it looks like "homo rule" in that neighborhood. Let Um Howl. Because the mail faeilitie.s aro vil lainous on Sundays. The Greenville train brings no mail at all. We don't got any mail from Columbia and Charleston. Can't something be done? Can't a reform movement be inaugu rated? There seems to bo Incipient corruption in the running of the trains. An Accidental Shooting. A negro boy was accidentally shot and probably tatally wounded on the outskirts of the city near Burnt Mill Crook yesterday by K. K. Martin, a young white man. The two were play ing with a shot gun. It was discharged and tho entire load entered Grant's side. Tho doctors say that ho cannot survive DcMitTT?r Mrs. s,137to?i?i. On tho 10th of January, 189.3, all Laurons was glad at the happ...

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. — 16 January 1894

tnt ^?vtxtxm. ED EVERY TUESDAY. ? OJL.lL.A.It A. YKAIl. M i l : CITY IN FLAMES. c Buildings of the World'? wtroyed by an Incendiary Great and Awful Benno? tern are the Principal Lowers:' | *>, J?nuary 8.?The world's peii catnu to-night. A rush mo of flames ? a hugo Gothic uro tumbling into ohaos?bo obs of people?all were there, great starry sky of Italian , with Lake Michigan's broad second Mediterranean. ? no more magniflcout yet spectacle has evor been ?d this side of the Atlantic. It ng after dark to-night when a people, returning from work dir homes in the suburbs along ' elevated railroad?familiar to dreds of thousands of world's fair tors?noticed a constantly cnlarg column of fire and smoke ascend ; skyward in tho oast. ' The world's fair is on Uro I" was e ery, and fow indeed of tho foscina i watchers from the train windows tghted until the famous terminal ut 3 exposition grounds was reached, e last half inilo of tho journey was pctly east to tho fair, so that ull tv of th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 January 1894

WARMING FOR THE CONFt-tCT. /Senator Ii-bySpeaks Again? Tho Pur? , \*<j4?h of i no Reform MovetUjn^iow '.. yef Accomplished?Object* to bei nib J " .\?Nutiniinm-d In tlio l?rti li." i T/ffb following reply by Senator irby to . a letter >vr.11.? n him by the Hon. W. .? T. C. Bates, Treasurer of South Caro lina,'bau been published, and mauifes ing, as it does, considerable warmth of' feeling on the part of the writer, and' -?nulling '* treason on the tainte'. gale," as well aausing souxo frankly spoken ?words^:f\will be read with interest* by| all intdresbju In the present aspect o*( politic^n-Soath Carolina : ^ ? "<^Nia'JEB|fl6TATE3 SENATE. WASHINGTON). A, Jan. 16, 18i>4. . Hon. $f. T..C. Bfto^oluinbia. S.C. . My'deursTr: I hoy*? your letter of ? tHe llth inst., in whioh you make in quiry as jo wluit I think should be done in' ruforojace to holding & factional convention of tho Reform party of j South Carolina, to Which I answer hastily. but frankly. j I rogrot, us deep...

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. — 23 January 1894

3duertise:r rTcV-l? Moatbi^ tl.BO. 15 IN ADVANOK. ALL. EDITOR. /ertlslng.?Ordinary Ad per square, one Inser iaoh subsequent insertion, id ion made Tor large Ad W. W. BALL, Proprietor. 9,8. Oh Jan. 28, 1894. ix on Capital. number of the North .Kovlow contains an ablo ont article from Mr. Eehols, or of tho currency, on tho .d vexing problems of cireula cr capita, and monoy. Mr. /contends forcefully that the solution lies in educating tho ?/to Intelligently omploy tho /Tos that are already at command, guos that if the habit were gon tnong Iho people to deposit thoir n hanks oven in small amounts, n resort to tho use of checks volume of effective currency swelled immeasurably. He '.es tho necessity of tho ae t by the people of correct and id business ideas and prac trongly puts the wholesome something to command jush rathor thr.n tho mere of money If what is most ?i ?>? s thut ono who d chattels is as hor or not coin kind ovor greets ii'so Mr. Kchols is jority of our biggost it. taki...

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. — 23 January 1894

^>fie ?duertiser. LAUBEN?, 8. C, Jan. 23, I8?4. L O O I_j The Advertiser's Corespondents. The Advertiser's corps of corres pondents uro the special pride of tho paper. They give the paper the news of their neighborhoods in bright and roadablo stylo. Thoir services are highly appreciated by tho editor and wohopoby all of tho paper's friends and subscribers. The Hall. Invitations are out to a ball to bo givon at the Bendella Friday night by some young gentlemen of Laurons compllmontarv to "the visiting young ladles." Tho senior committee consists of Messrs. J. J. Wilson. N. Ii. Dial, B. II. Wilkos, C. 1). Barksdalo, and II. A. Wobb. C. W. Gacrott, W. W. Ball, S. M. Wilkes, J. F. Shumate and R. V. Irby aro tho junior coinmittco. "What. Laurens l<* Proud or. Handsomest ehurehos in tho State. One of the handsomest court houses in tho State. A splondid graded school building; one of the best in tho State. Tho handsomest public squuro in the Stato. Some of the handsomest stores in th...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 23 January 1894

JSHED EVERY TUESDAY. I 3 nOLLAH a. vi:a it. I v fhmihj Story. i Episode of the War. BV MATT CRIM. .'siana did uot suffer seriously invasions of the enemy during /ar; but not one of the Southern s suffered more, perhaps, in tho f men*. They went away in eom .s, they came back in two's uud >'? to tell of fierce battles beyond lisslssippi, and to bring last nies i from fallen comrades, dov. j, many of them young and ire left desolate. Some Of them ..od again very quickly, Hit on refused to be comforted. The iow of Jeff Alrlie proved more con AQt than some of her friends. She ..ved near the village of Marlon, iu union Parish, with an old aunt of her husband. The Alrlie? were Geor ilaas, but Dorkls belonged to the soil, ?scendlng from an old French Creole family. Jeff fell In battle a year and a half before the surrender?a friend saw him go down?and Dorkls retired from the world, refusing to be comforted. She had loved her husband passionate ly, and gave herself up to hor grief vlth a...

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. — 30 January 1894

THK U10FOKM CONVENTION. A Very Lively Conference? Probabili ties of No Convention at All?Pri maries to Nominate the Governor. A meeting of the Reform leaders was held in Washington last week and the indications are thut it was not marked by the greatest imaginable harmony. T ho reports seem to show that tho re sult of tho couforenco will bo to take the nomination of our next Governor out of tho hands of a convention and leave it to the primaries to do so. Sumo of tho particulars of tho meeting, h ) far as thoy have become public, are given below and will bo read with in terest : Washington, Tan. 24.?Tho decis ion announced in tho Associated Prebs that there shall bo no Reform conven tion prior to tho general primary is said to havo boon reached late this evening by Tillmanand Irby, with but little consultation with tho other lead - ers. Tho Ellerbe-Bowdon faction havo not yet decided whether to accept this plan; nut will probably do so. It is said that .John Gary Evans believes that...

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. — 30 January 1894

f>fts Gletuertissr lption Frios?12 Months, tl.00 PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. AT, W. BALL. EDITOR. tor Advertising.?Ordinary Ad lemnnta, per square, one inser 11.00; each subsuquent insertion, nts. >eral reduotion made Tor large Ad lsements. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. UREN8,8. CM Jan. 80, 1894. An Allli Scheme he declaration that tho Refawmors I havo no "suggesting" conventions ds year ought to furnish us Ringstors ictuals for cogitation. In tho first place, wo being villainB all and dosporadoos to boot, wouldn't it do very well for us to coquette some with villainy and hold u March Con vention? Wo aro not sure that any good would bo accomplished but wo could havo a bin of fun. Wo had It last year and wo bollovc in March Con ventions on gonoral and special princi ples. Wo aro still teeming with agree able memories of tho ono at which Wil liams and tho rest of us performed amid 'roat applauso from tho gallorios. A viareh Convention this year olTors i tempting opportunities to raise thenna ...

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