soine temperance people m this city, who tried to support Conway, said tlie charges against him were foragood while ago, bef'orehisreformation. Tney argucd that he liad reformad now, and no longer practiced Iris vile tricks. So tliey stood up for hini. Now another oöanty Ima been heai-d f rom, and it has gone for the Union party. Conway went from here to Port Huron, and lie had not been Hiere lon; before he began to be heard from. Concerning liis actions the papers as usual have soraewhat to say. Therefore, for the iuformation of tliose who still beüeve In this adventurer as well as in justice to those who from tlie start have denounced him, the following is appended from the Port Huron Telegraph, of Wednesday, Jauuary 30, 1884. Kemember tliis is since liis last alleged reformation.