Other Articles Clipping from Baltimore Sun, Thu, Jul 23, 1908.

Clipped from US, Maryland, Baltimore, Baltimore Sun, July 23, 1908

»♦ 'g Jiuoiiiuu IU «*. a. a/maiU( ui aioutw;u. jMr. Aylward ran for Governor two yetfta■an a*° and wa* defeated.‘it LEAVES POPULIST PASTYJs’ Gen. VI wee at A. Witcher Will Sap-Ac- port Bryan.’*8' [Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun.]Danville. Vs.. July 22 —Gtn. Vincent A. ce_ Witcher, rtt thla county, metober from the Virginia of the National Committee of the Re- Populist party, has tendered hla realgna-tbe tlon and announced his Intention of sup porting Bryan. In a letter addressed to Chairman Farris, at the national commit* ». tee, be calls upon all Populists to eastret aside their prejudices and to support the the Democratic nominee. The resignation fol-:lal lowed the receipt by General Witcher of a if. letter calling upon him to attend the com-to mlttee meeting this month In Chicago. He eet replied at some length, setting forth bis Ing reasons for bolting the party.Ne- “While the Democratic platform, he on- eays, does not go as far as I think ItI should go, It Is better than the platforms no- of either of the other two parties. ind He further declares that the makers of ist the Constitution never Intended for the 8u-art preme Court to nullify an act of Congress, and that the Government has no more right 1 I to charter a national bank than it has to na- charter a steam sawmill.»en Ge*tral Wlchter for many years has been are prominent in the councils of the Populist ten party. He was a noted Confederate leader om during the Civil War, and his battles In me West Virginia attracted national attention, ce After the close of the war the New York tic Herald reflected on his methods of warfare, ub- which resulted In a suit for slander. Tho ur case ended In a compromise.ub-rrrrr r tr t tro bat rmrn a rthmtbalg*diatmraalm