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A4et. ovv. impuons Address
The anpesod ramapks pere deliv
ered by Hon. W. D. Simpson, Lieu
* ha'ntGornor'of South Carolina,
at the closeptf the seaion.
Szamrm: This body is abent to
-djfth4nr and I suppose that it will
h* a'iyiAneet again.as at present or.
gansd. E 1s rue thbat the Govern
or, undpr the consttution is author
ihed and empowered, should an ex
traordinary occasion ariso, to call the;
General Assembly together, but. the
country is at perfect peace-quiet
and good order reigns supreie
throngho& the entire litnits of the
State. The two races e'Mbraced in
our body politic are at a better un
derstanding now than perhaps at any
Other time since emancipation; in
fact everything denotes a long and
peaceful repose on the part of our
people, and Is is hardly probable that'
any event will occur between this and
thd next general election requiring
the Governor to exercise his consti
tutional power of convening tLe Gen.
oral Assembly. Such being the fact,
the Asdjournment now near at band
will indeed be an adjournment in all
probability sine die.
Stibding in the presence 'of this
event, and having, as your presiding
ofieor, had full opportunity to wit
ness the deliberations of this General
Assembly, it would not be inappro
priate for me on this occasion to res
view its action and endeavor to fix
s tion which it should occupy in
e history of these eventful times,
pnd did time permit, I. would Le
happy to undertake this task as A
pWealqgnty, but the circumstan"a
by which we are surrounded forbid.
and 4 sall iot tresspass upon the psi
tience of the Senate t6 tha t extent.
I shust be permitted, however, to
say generally, that, in my judgment,
no1Qee,raI AsseRnbly has ever beeu
in existence since the foundation of
our State government which more
fully deserves the approbation of the
people, wheu everytbing is consid
ered, thanJ/his now about to adjourn
and to close its session for ever. In
sngport of tills'statement, let me re
* for for one moment to the circumstai
cos which sprrounded it at its organ%
leation, and to call to mind the calmn
wisdom, earnest patriotism an~d sub.
lime, patience which chartheterized
4 mfembers at that trying period,
and which resulted in such 'glorious
suceese, .You remember when the
- ,members elect assembled in this city
ignaoiember, 187I6, e take the seats
tp wi~ioh they- were entitled under
the consttution, by the voice of the
goyereign people, produced at the
ballot: box, that the doors of yonder
1411 of the IHouse of Reapresentatives
was blosed to their eutrance, and the
g~1lam of the bayonet of the Federal
sauby flashed across its foldings in)
defiance of their constitutional rights,
and the defeated party, led on by its
unserapulous leader, was throwilig
evgry obstacle in the way of the
peaceful assemsblage of the true rep
teentatives of the people, both in
this body and the other, It is not
to tneh to say that but for the un,
examplIed forbearance of those .rep
ripresentative at that-time onr whole
Sate would tben-have been plunged
-Into a sea of blood. Yes, one false
step then, at that critical momnent,
gelcker and more disastrovs even
th1wm tire whirlwind's blast, would
lhave convulsed this State from the
rngun'tgns to tbe seaboard, and post-.
Rosed Dur redemption process' for
dvedn estimagiig th~e chiaracter' of
tI.t Gneral 4ssemibly, and in fixing
1g gbl in future history, these facts
ikould inot be forgotten.
$d ta, after the possesdon of 'the
goernment was secured, the same
}lIt of patriotism and for bearance
dontIded to-rul6 and to make itself
t~~al V~j*wad most fortlnnate buit
. h~e~o be expeeted. Waters long
~4aii~ipwhen,. the .obstacle' gives
msatally ovetflow their banks and
arjdeolati1on 'and" destrnction in
a'waters .1.wrath and io'digt
S eour pbopleon account of tbe
- ,~*dt qrgja "wd wrong whaich
e ~Itstd 1sl~4pon them by ilad
besspesed to overflow
* pQU~OOtR~ WM WIW.'J
ly pursued to the great ende of Ii e
universal peabequuitanad satisfaction
wiich now prevails all over the
State. These facts,'too, must be re
Neither ought the country. forget
the great problenW which met the
General Assembly at Its organization
with which it had to grapple at the
very threshold and upoi the solution
of which so much of our future yet
depends. I allude to tLat nopt
anomalous'state of things unprece
densed in all past history which pre,
sented two .distinct race3 of people
so distinct that they can nevOr form
one homegenous race, except irn utter
disregard and viofhtion of the fiat of
the same government, and that gov
ernnent based upon the ballot box,
with universal suffrae. as the ele
ment of power. It did seen to mo
when that state of things was first
established by the power *f the vic
tor over the vanquished in the late
war that if the genius of Ovil itself,
inspired by infertial bate, 4had been
invoked to devise a chene b)' which
eternal conflict between these ,two
races 'could bd organized and driven
in harness, as it were, to the destruc
tion of both, that was the very scheme
to accomplish this diabolicail purposo.
And j do solemnly believe that had
the Iepublican party, comuposed as it
was in this State for the Joist eight,
years, remained in power, thbat such
would have been its ultinato ttlor
tunate fruits. .But,'thanks to thu en
Crgy of our people, that pa"rty wa1'
overthroiwn and a new admliinist ration
est abilIhe,'abd 'by tlib wi6e 'magna
nimity of this new admin istration, m
augurated at the beginping and to be
kept up, Igope, in the fitu tire
m1ini's ; f.u of tA *r i i' pma ty, a n-w
light ut iirst forth,Tirspiring bepu
that, notwithstainding our stranger uad
unprecedented condition, we wt ay yet
live a united, haippy and p rospertous~
pg le.. 1''ekth atgtl~is Generad.A a-!
senmbyiaACoanributedI mnuchi t awar d
abe accomiplisieiet of. this great end,
and thterefore deserves well of the
counry. And I feel, further, that. if
the Democratic j'>art~y can be retain
ed in power, and if the p~eople will
send he' e in the future as good an''
true men as are hero now, that ti
great problemn will be safely solved,.
and the two races involved int its so
lution blessed with a widespread and
Let, then, no l1 cal issues or Person1
al differences rise between yoz :o
impleril the prospects of that party.
No, hushing all these into silee, let
mue advise that you go homie to your
const ituency, and rekinadiing togethter
the Demiocratic fires, in the light of
thgeir blazu march again to suaccess.
The destiny and civilization of our
genieratiet, are aagain at stake and
demand this at your hands. '
In conclosion, Senators, per mit me
to express mny full acknowledgmnonte
o the kindness and courtesy with
which I have ever been met by the
entire Seniate since I have been its
presiding officer' up to this moment.
And still further, before I perform
my last official act and drop this
symbol of authority from mny bmand,
permit me to invoke upon you each
&nd all of you the richest blessings
of anm ever kind and mercif'ul provi
dence. I now pronungo, t he Senate
adjourned sine die.
SWux-r CoYsaingss hAs:'DON E.--The
:New York Evening Express thus
numbidh wdyk Af Gdgress:' "Con..
gress entergo day on the ixtha m goth
of its present. -session. It has~ made
jaws of oply #9welve jgQ~iI r4eOelions,
'and abont'tbityr~pjfbli and'ypf'ivate
acts, out of nearly flye thousand bills:
and joint m usldtins *tlat lIaR bb6n'
introduced ind the denate'" ani"the
would harly f iITe wfr ?o
be done ,.
'T1* ptfAhn* 9s Ueesa 13 nIg~e ki&
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IIe that has tasted thf$ters g
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foar. to offend It..
'homreg eeple' bave reo'fteah~j of~ he
'those who have -hardenIng ofe the
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On and after Sudtay, eebr19, the
Passenger Tras op the Soth 0ar1Mn
Railroad Will tdi av fo~wst'
(Sunday$ teepted.) -
Arrive at C umbia -Jr*
Leave Chlbarlso 91 sos
Arrive at Cageston 4 16py
. FOR CHRLESTON
e an Cat ni a 7 1, t0p
Arrire at Chaileston 4 4f.a aw
COUMBA NIGHT EXPRE I.
Leave Charleston 9 10 1 m
Arrive at Coluubia 7 6 0 P
Leave Coumbsta ' -8 0 p in
Arrive at Charleston 7 40, a ma
FUGUS AVGHT~A EXRO .
Leave Charleston 98 a0
Arrive at Augusta 7 46 a ra
Leave CAusta 8 0 a
Arrive at Charleston 44) p m
CUAMEVLL TRA N
Leave Aumtainville a7 90. '
Arrive at Charleston 8 48 p sa
L~eave Charleston 8916 p a
Arrive at Coumbril 7 30'i s
LvConsa 7igil al (ec p -e
days withCUpand Down bay and P4a4eger
Day and Night Trains combet it A4est
with Georgia Railroad, Maeo 8 &x4 Attg0t
Railroad and Central Railro0ad. hi route
via Atlanta Is the galekeiit& anest direet
route, and as comfortab1e d)
other route, to. Montgomery, 1MU%=
New Orleans, and all other points Bo 'we,
and to Louisville, Cincinnati, 0
Louis. and all other points West-ant ' ath
Day Train connects at Columbia x h the
bhrough Train on charlottee Boad A(*hia
leaves at 9 p. m.) for all polodts iorth -
o . . tOLOMONS, per seimin
N. B. Proams, General Tits Ageqt. -
Gre e onville & iolumbia A. S.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE,
'Passenger trains rWn aily.sandys leept
ed, conneeting with niht trains on South
Carolina-Railroad up and'down. On.asd aft.
er Aonday, July 16. 1877, the following w
be the Schedule:
Leve Coli &atuiba~B
ev Moayerry 1at87 h floigwl
Leave Columbi at110a
Leave Belton at 70
Arrive at. Greenville at 0 .6e
Leave Greenville at 72
Leave IDelton at 9l
Leave Hodg s at304a
..eave New rerry4 1.4p
Leave Alston at82
Arrie a Colmbi at6.00 p U
olia Rilradup nd ow; aso Ait Tra
gig ronth ad Sthon wthe Craitlonthe
lumbia and A ugusta and the Wilmingten, Com
' ABBEVILLE BRANCH.
'Trnain leave A bbeville at 9.16 a in., conneet.
ing with Down Train from Greenville. Leave
Cokesbury at 2.16 p mn., connect ing with U'y
Train from Columbia. Accommondation Trains
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Leaye
Ookesbury at 11.15 a mn., or on the arrival of
the Down Train from Greenville. Leave. Al.
beville at 1 o'clock p. mn., connecting with C1
Train froni Columbia.
ANDERSON B3RANCHI AND FLUE RJDGE
Leave Walhalla at 6.60 a.a
Leave Seneca at 0.20 a a
Lecave Perryville at - 6.311a a
Leave Pendleton at * 7.20 a a
Leave Anderson at 8.10 m
Arlve at.Belton at 8.0 A a
Leave Belon at 7.06 pa4
Leave Anderson at 7.60 p na
Leave Pendleton at 8.46 P :A
Leave Perryville 9:20 p a
Leave Seneca at 9.80 p a
Arrive at Walhalla - 10.00 y, a
Aocommocdalion Trains bet ween Balti s*d
Anderson on Tuesdays,;Thursdays antd8sae.
days, -Leave Belton at 9.60 a.a4 oreoue aiv
al of Down Train from .recavie.. Leve
Anderson at 2.00 p in., connectinag .uhh. Up
- General Superintendent.
JAn~z NoRON, Jr., General TIo et-Agnt_
Atlanta & lichmond Air Line Railway
Leave at Atlanta at * W
Leave Toccoa City at
Leave Westminster at 14
Leave Seneca city at 11p
Leave central at124p
Leave Liberty at 4 l p
Leave Easley at '
Leave Greenville at,
Leave Spartanburg at280i
Arrive at charlotte at .Ia
LeavesCharlotte at ~Vp
'Leaves 8 partanburg at -2'4
Leaves Greenville at ' a
Leaves Easley at 24
Leaves Liberty at 80~az
Leaves Central at64a
Leaves Seneca City at P8
Ibaves Westmninister at 41
Leaves Toccoa at
Arrrives at Atlanta at
I~eetes.ap~ecadlt* a. pa
Leave~Esley at1 fl p
Arrive t Charotte a
,ea,8artal~ir ata a s
i~eae Esle at48 a
Leave eneca ity a
LeavesAtantaS at 60
Leaves .ooaeCsity a -
Leoaveo L ther e trist 12 48 p o
Leaes ttansr andtwot ote~$
tAriv tChlovtte l at n 6
I W.J~outo these'trains, therohe. I o
le 6 trains and 6190 6
trains re ning regularly. , an - ra
eneral Mane r. - A
= vtr....a nmi v... Eesa.. ...a