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Democratic Convention? Concluded
Mr. Stioppard, and of tho gontlomnn
u .1) II *!-? r -_J .ijj
tin uuttiuwuujjjxr. lJiiniguu, unu tuu
gontlcman from Charleston, Mr. MeCrady,
beg loavo to niako the following
roport:
That tho committeo Uoorn it inoxpediont
to tako any action upon thw
resolutions submitted to tliom for consideration,
but reconitnond that this
ooikTontion tirgo on tho respoctivo!
counties tbe utmost vigor mrd ?c?i in'
porfocting a thorough <ari4 compact or ;
g*nif?tjon of tho Dcmporat^ party,,
with Ifio viow of consolidating ovory1
possible Btron^th until tho Ui^o comes
for tho nomination of a Stato tickct.
rWo further rocommcnd that tho
"Suite1 ft xecutivo Comm ttco tnko such
Motion al onco as will promoto tlio
purp0B0 indicated in tho forogoing,
Gon. Gary offered tho following resolutions
as b substitute for tho report
of tho committee:
Itogplved,-v'Jk'hat tho platform of tho
Notional Democratic party bo adopted
qb the platform of tho Democratic
parky o^outh 4^f*olina.
RcsOlvcd,' That tho Democratic
<|>arty ol South Carolina, wWoti thoy
$nako nominations lor Stato officers,
put a straightout ticket in tho field.
""ROBOlvod, That tho county conventions
whoro tho Democrats nro in a
minority mako such nominations 'as
thoy may deem expediont, and bo
govornotl by tho circumstanccs surrounding
thorn.
Gon. Gary urged that theso thrco
resolutions would dispose of all tho
important quostions bo^ro tlio convolition,
und that tho expression of
sontimont by mombors indicated a
determination to mako a straight-out
fi^ht.; *
Gori. Kennedy made a good, defense
fit tho roportof tlio committcovandfiaid
whilo ho' jyltjiired the chivalry of
thoso who favor a vigorous straight,
out campaign, ho was opposed to pro"Cipitating
action at onco upon tlio
unnnln nf Snnl!> r!ni-r\lir>o islmn
calm and dcliborato judgment was
necessary. We should wait until tho
Rational Democratic party had adoptod
their platform. Whilo every
Democrat in the Slato would bo roady
for action whon tho long .roll of tl?o
JfaKy was boat, for tho present ho
advised caution and prudence.
Mp Ttnll cimlninn/l tlm iinoAlnllnno
ofTorod by Goncral Gory. The Democracy
were organized for iho first
tiruo einco reconstruction, and they
woro roftuy now to take action.
Genoral Butler doprccated an in-,
clination on tho part of mcmbors to
hVoid discussion of Democracy. He
discussed tho standing of Democracy
in 1808, 1870 and 1872, and paid while
fKrt **nonna<i?iu?? Iah nnfo KA.?A
v*iv * uvv/iidvi uvui V/ll (tV/VD JlJilJ I m V u UL/UII
unconstitutional and revolutionary,
thoy wore tjg|.null and void, as cvidoncod
by tho platform oftho National
Nomocracy in 1872. JIo favored tlio
adoption of a platform. Ho deprocatod
tho introduction of tho name ol
Gov. Chamborlain. IIo called on tho
young and old to work morn, noon
and night.
Kx-Govomor Manning made an
eloquent and effective spcocti, in which
1IU IUTUIUU ol/llllglll'Ulll tiC LI UII 110
intondod to uho all his powers to
nchiovo ft Domoomtic victory in Clarendon
at tlio next election.
Colonol Cothran, of Abbovillc, favored
tho adoption o/ tho committee's
report, and tho postponement o( action
until t.hn !if?inml>lii><c r>l o
_ ... vi \/* c? > ncu<; |
convention in tho future. Who would
loso by delay? Is tliere danger ol
Democrats joining the Republican
party? This is an inopportuno time
to join that party while it is on tho
run. Thotimo for j)urnocrats to bocome
Republicans has passed. Some
have joined it to their everlasting disgraco.
They can never recover from
llio shame it lias brought upon them
in South Carolina. It will cling as a
liorltago to them, their children, and
tlioir children's children. ILo concluded
by saying that with tho help'
of God tho Democrats intondod to
carry tho State at tho next oloetion.
Mr. Murray, of Andorson, suid tho
pooplo of tho Stato woro far in ad
r.f 1i "L.i ii -
thuuu Liiuii lUUUUrUj l/IIHli till) |
ors only were afraid of action. If
wo aro UomocratH, let us put out principles
boforo tho world and stand by
thorn. Lot uh honcofortb saerifico no
principle, but earnestly maintain wbat
WO boliovo to bo right.
Colonol Lipscomb, of Newberry,
opposed tho roport of tho committco,
Tho resolutions from his county con- ; i
vontion callod for somo docisivo nc-? <
tion on tho part of tho Ktnto coovoik j
tion. lie road *!>e call of tho. State
Kxccutivo committco to show tlwit tlio '
convention should take such action I I
4
^ ijHiiHii .Hi in. i ill -- i i i*.i
fts-Bfiny bo doomed pn por and nocos-*'
amy. JIo m.ido a lengthy and fbrciblo
spotoch., Hie Jirguracnt^ nbounded
with Mfisddrtl artd' gdod 'counsel, and
urged ifnmodiuto action and thorough
disciplino. novioivod tho cumpuigna
in w^iclj t|)0 J) /mocrats worcj
usUed to vote for Carpenter, Tomlin?&n
afii.^^ooo, i-lo said whoro now
is the Judgo whom Democrats wora
called on toja^po^C^in 1870 undor
tho namo of tho Union Roform IteHo
(hap gon6 15"a<?J<
into tho wing of tho .Radical party,
and is fooling tho olbow toucW ol
. .. r. t i
>v nippor, iwoso?jin(l juiliott.
Gonoral Connor opposod tho roso?
lultdnS'&s n foitor upon tlio hands o tho
pc$plot and r<jcon\mondod thut tho
delegate's go lrcin'o and urgd" upon tho
people , organization for action, and
that tho plan .of campaign bo developed
at ji'futitVo .feonvention.
Qeii. Kennedy called the previous
question on tho report.
The yens and nays were called,;
when the report of tho Committee on
llesolutions was adopted by 70 to 42.
Col. Hoy t introduced tho following
resolutions: r
iicsolvod, .That tho State Executive
Committee \.i hereby authorized and
empowered, whenever in their judgment
it may- bo dcemod proper, tocall
a convention^.ol' tho Domocratic'
party to nominato Sl.ato olficors and
aunounco a platform of principles, to
bo composod of dolegatos from tho
gvimui vvuiivivo iii 1 VI11 IU tllU
n ft moor (if rtic tabors Lo which each
county mny bo entitled in both houses
of tho Gonornl Assombly under tho
11*9 (v f^Tporti6nmout of Lho various
couViffck''
Tho roso'ution was adopted.
An invitation for Lho next convention
to mopt(at Ciroonvillo was rclorred
Lo the Stato Executivo Commits
too.
Tho convention then resolved itself
into ccmmiLtoo of tho whole, and
passed tno usual complimentary resolutions
10 tUo -officers oi Llio couvou.15,
wi. /. A\ J>
lion.
Th'o convention adjournod si no dio a'
1 A. M.
Columbia, April o(>, ISTG.?Itliav
ing boon stated before one of tin*
Congressional committees that the
notorious Merrill received between
$ 21,000 and #22,000 Mr arnkts ?>i
Ku-Klux in this State. I liavo ol?tained
the following particulars i>1
the transaction lor publication:
In IS tP Governor Scoti od'u^ed a
reward of $200 for tho arrest ami
conviction 01 tnoso engaged in 111<
Ku-Jvlux outrages. After the anes'
and conviction of many of i h in, lies
ter, (the detftctive who was Bent from
Washington to "work up the ease*,")
pre Routed to Governor Scvtt acertiiicate
signed by all the officers ot the
United Stato* Court, viz: the district
attorney^ marshal, commissioner,and
perfiaps the J'ldgo, in which it was
stated thai he, Hester, was the person
whg^iiuaid tho arrest of and ufoand"
the testimony to convict the nllowd
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criminal^, and that ho was therefore
entitled tu receivo the reward promised.
lie also presented a cortificato
signed l>y tlie attorney goneral to the
t-lfect that tho Governor had full an*
tliority to give him warrants npnii
the armed lurcc fund, bo called. His
claims thus ceitiiied amounted to
?18,000. Gwvernoi Heott gave him
warrants to the amount *?1 $9,000,
but refused to give tho remainder
until tho Legislature should endorse
his actim or in some way authorize
liiiu to do 30. At the next mooting
"f that body, however, nothing was
done by it to that end, while Merrill
brought forward a bill claiming a re
ward for the same arrests, amounting
to $35,000, which was passed and
ho received a warrant tor that sum.
Ah 11(1 (!Oln i>1 ;ii ii( to tlin itniili-niui hxio
? I - " ~ J " ?"
over hoard it is presumed that the
warrants wore cashed, an<l tliur tlio
$9,000 proporly issued by Governor
Soott romainod unpaid. (?) iJoatcr
sold bis warrants and may l.avo received
a part of Morrill's claim.
Wo lonrn from tho Andorson
Journal tliJit the School ('oinminsioner
of Anderson has reeoived un act 10
Moving tho County Commin8ionorn
from proving school claims, anil that
hereafter they will only ho nignod by
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Hailroftd will, run ns follows:
v F9II Cp'LUMltlA.
(Suiulayq oxcopfcd.)
7/Cftvo Charleston 9 15 a in
Arrive at(Joinmbla . > 5 00pm
*i . FOR AUGUSTA.i
( (Sundays. ojccepled.)
Leave Charleatoij [ ,, 9 16am
AttiVe at Augusta '' !* ' 0 16 p m
I i FOR OHARLfcSfOK.
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COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS
Ik
Leave Charleston 0 15 p ni
Arrive nt uoioflitrifk 7 20 ntn
LenvoColumbia ,'7 00 p m
Arrive nt Chnrleslon C 40 a m
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS."
Lcnvc Clinrlcslon 8 00 p m
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Leave August* 8 30 p m
Arrive at Charleston 7 40 a m
' SUMMERVILI.E TRAIN.
(Sumlnys cxceptod.)
i.cftvo iSkiinincrville nt 7 30 ft m
<\j(i'ivc nt Cliarli'slon 8 45 n m
Lonvc Charleston 3 15 p ni
Arri've nt Sumnierville 4 30 p ni
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Connects at Kingvillo daily [except Snn>days]
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and to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago, St.
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Night Train connccts with Lo?al Train
[which leaves Columbia at 8 a. m.] for points
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IT
I.cavc Columbia at 7.30 a ni
Leave Alston at 0.1ft a n?
Leave Newberry nt 10.36 a ni
Leave Cokesbury at 2.07 p in
Leave ltclton at 3.f>0 p in
Arrive nt Greenville at f>.25 p jn
l>OWN.
Leave tircenville at 8.00 a rn
Leave Helton at 0.40 a ni
Leave Cokesbury 11.20 a nt
ueavo Newberry at 2.40 a in
Leave Al'ton at 4.20 p in
Arrive at Columbia at. 5.?"><"? p ni
lV>y t'oiuie.'t nt Alston with Trains on the
.Spartanburg and Union liailrond; connect r.t
Columbia with Night Trains on the South Car
olinu liailrond tip and down : also with Trniro
going North and South on the Charlotte, Columbia
and Augusta and tho Wilmington. Co>
.tUHBVlLLli HitANCII.
Tram leave Abbeville at 11.15 n in., oonnoof
ing with 1)o\vn Train from (ireenville. Lca\<
Cokesbury at 2.16 p in., connecting v/itli Lj
Train from Columbia. Accommodation Trnir,
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Len^c
Cokesbury ft' 11.15 a 111., or on the arrival cJ
the Down Train from (irccnviUc. Leaves Ai1
beville ul 1 o'clock j>. in., connccting with ( j
Train from Columbia.
ANDKllSON i'.HANCII AND ILUE RIDGE
DIVISION,
I.pave Wallmlla at G.00 n m
Leave Perry ville at 0.45 a m
L?it? Penitteton nt 7.85 A in
lleafe ^nderHon at 8.35 a in
AirlVoat Helton at 9.U0 in j
UP.
Leave Helton at 8.50 p m
Leave Anderson ?t 4.50 p m
Leave Pendleton at 5.50 p m
Leave Perryville 0.35 p ir
Arrive at Walhnlla 7.15 p m
, Accouiiuoil.it ion Trains between Helton anil
/IihIjV^oii" on Tuesdays, Thursdays find SalUrI
eave Helton rtt 0,60 a m.,-oM>n firrival
#f'i>own Train from Greenville. Lrtive
jiimcisuu ui, -.ui/ ]> in., connccnng witn Up
THOMAS JDODAHEAD,
General Superintendent.
Jatikz Norton, Jr., (leneralTickot Agent
Schedule.
Atlanta & Riohmond Air Lino Railwaypa88bnoeu
thais ka8twar1)?daii.y.
Leave at Atlanta at 4 10 p m
Leave Toccoa City at 0 00 p ni
Leave Westminster at 0 54 p rt
Leave Scneca City at 10 21 p in
Leave Oentral at 10 57 p m
liCeve liasloy at 11 39 p m
Leave (Jrtenvillc an 12 12 a m
uuhvu npnri?nnnrg ni I II a nt
Arrive at Charlotte at 6 30am
l'ASRENOKit TRAIN WKSTWABII? DAILY.
Leave Charlollo at 8 00 p ni
,ieave Spartanburg at 11 51 p m
Leave Greenville fit 1 28 p m
Leave Hasloy at 161a m
Leavo f/enlral nt 2 28 a in
1-tft.vo ^eneca City at 8 O'J a m
Lrfnve Watminster at 8 31 a ni
Ldavo Taccoa Oily at 3 34 a m
Aftive at Atlanta at 0 80 a^tn
ColAiiists, liiulgantM ana
Traveler* Wcatwnril.
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California, apply to or address Ai.iikrt It.
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