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TUB DEMOCRATIC TICKHST.
HORATIO SEYMOUR, o* N. Y.
GEN. F. P. BLAIR, OP MISSOURI.
Stat? Democratic Convention.
A Convention of the Democratic
party of the State of South Carolina
is hereby coiled, to meet at Colum?
bia, on the night of Thursday, the
6th of August, for the purpose of
nominating electors for President
and vice-President of the United
States, and for other purposes.
The Convention will be composed
of representatives from eaoh Distiiot,
according to the role of representa?
tion in the Honse of Representa?
tives. WADE HAMPTON,
Chairman Central Committee
- ? . t>-? -
A Society To* tn? Benefit of tbe Or
1 janana of Deceased Soldiers.
The Winnsboro News publishes
the ' following, which will be fully
endorsed by the community in gene?
We deem the subject at the head
of this article worthy of tho serious
consideration of our people, and
having in our article, headed "Land
for Heroes," suggested a method of
assisting tho surviving soldiers of
the war, wo now suggest a practi?
cal plan for a noblo charity towards
tho children of those who died in the
service of the State.
1. Let the surviving comrades of
the honored dead form themselves,
in every District of the State, into
an association, of which any one,
whether soldier or not, can becomo a
member, by contributing annually a
specified sum, smaller or larger ac?
cording to their ability, and pledging
themselves to continue tho contribu?
tions for severed years to come, the
money thus obtained to be used in
assisting tbe children of deceased
2: Each District Society should
appoint delegates to au annual con?
vention, to be held in Columbia, to
bo addressed by an orator formally
elected for tho occasion, which con?
vention shall take into consideration
any plans or methods whioh may bo
suggested in furtherance of the ob?
jects of these societies.
We rejoico to know that our un?
demonstrative pcoplo have by no
moans neglected tho children of do
ceased soldiers. Thoy hate associa?
tion, and wo . might almost say
sooioty itself, so reserved and reti?
cent aro they in much of their conduct.
They let not their left hand know
what their right baud dooth. But
they neglect that other precept,
"Let your light so shine before mon,
that men may seo your good works,
and glorify your Father which is in
Heaven." Mauy a blessed deed of
charity has beon unostentatiously
done. And we understand that
brigade associations already exist,
though we havo seen no account of
what they have accomplished; and
infer, therefore, that they have ac?
complished very little-very little at
least, upon a steady system.
Tho advantages of a District So?
ciety over brigade associations, it
seems to us, is first that of locality.
It will bring tho society and the
objects of its solicitude into constant
personal contact, whereas tho soldiers
of brigades aro scattered over the
State. Secondly, many outside of
tho corps, women, and men who
stayed at homo during the war, will
assist a District Society, who will
leave a brigade association entirely
to its members and to thoir sole re?
sources, whioh wo boliovo to be my
no means tho whole amount that
judicious management can raise.
The society can carry out its ob?
jects in different ways, and tho ad?
vantages of a District over other
associations becomos evident, so soon
as tho mind works upon tho problem
in a practical way. We suggest, first
of aU, ministering to cases ol abso?
luto want, giving food and clothing,
when necessary. Secondly, educa?
tion at tho nearest and most conve?
nient school. Wo take it for granted
that every teacher in the State will
offer to be liberal in furtherance of
this oharity. Thirdly, tho founda?
tion ol' an asylum by contribution
from every District Society in tho
State, each District to enter chil?
dren, in proportiou to its contribu?
tion. A building such as the Cedar
Springs buildings for tho deaf and
dumb, which can uow be obtained,
or such as the Barhamvillo buildings
near Columbia, or others that we
could mention, could ba leased, for
It is certainly timo to be up and
doing, if anything is to be done.
Fours years have gone already. If
wo rouse ourselves, and go to work
in earnest, it would not bo unreason?
able to expect outside assistance and
most liberal endowments.
Thnraday Morning, August 6, 1868.
lt is understood that one W. B.
Johnston, (a white man,) aud one
W. B. Nash, (? negro,) neither of
them magistrates by any law cr au?
thority whatever, though exercising
the functions of the office, have
undertaken to hear and discharge,
upon habeas corpus, a prisoner,
charged with a felonious homicide.
Even if they were magistrates,
whence is their authority?
Accessories before the fact to mur?
der or felony, if committed to prison
by the justice who took the informa?
tion, shall be no otherwise removable
than according to the common law;
provided the murder or felony be
plainly and specially expressed in the
warrant of commitment.-Petigru"s
The proceedings in habeas corpus
give to justices of the peace no power
to bail a prisoner committed on a
charge of treason or felony, nor to
take cognizance of nny question be?
yond their jurisdiction.-State vs.
Everett, Dud., 299.
Even tho power of a judge to bail
for treason or felony, is not given by
the statute; but is exercised under
the authority of the common law
jurisdiction.-State vs. Everett, Dud.,
Where two justices admitted to
bail a man charged in tho warrant
with mnr/der, they wore held guilty
of an escape.-Slate vs. Arthur, 1
According to the decisi?n in Har?
vey vs. Huggins, 2 Bail., 252, magis?
trates have no power to grant habeas
corpus at common law, but their
powors aro limited to cases provided
for in tho Act.
W. B. Na9h himself, (who was ono
of the judges in the habeas coiptis,) it
is alleged, was present at tho timo of
the murder; and tho ovidenco points
to him as an accessory. LAW.
l'KOCEEDU?GS OF TWENTY-SEVENTH DAY.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
COLUMBIA, August 5.-The. Com?
mittee on Incorporations modo favor?
able reports on the bill to amend th?
charter of tho city of Charleston;
also, a bill to incorporate the Sumter
Fire Company; also, a bill to incor?
porate tho Union Fire Company.
Tho Committee of Ways and
Moons inado a favorable report on
the petition of Mrs. Georgiana
Heyward, of Charleston, praying to
bo relieved from a double tax; and a
resolution waa adopted granting her
six months timo within which to pay
Tho Committeo on Roads, Bridges
and Ferries reported on the petition
of John S. Dickson and others, pray?
ing that authority bo granted tho
County Commissioners to make cer?
tain changes in tho roads of Green?
ville County. Tho Committeo re?
commended that tho petition be not
granted, as tho authority granted tho
Commissioners under thu Constitu?
tion made such legislation unneces?
sary. Thc report was adopted.
Tho 3pecial Committeo on Disabi?
lities mado favorable reports on tho
potitions of W. R. Treadwell and
Frank Myora, of Oraugoburg; S. D.
Goodlett and T. S. Arthur, of Green?
In tho caso of W. I. Clawson, of
Yorkville, tho Committeo reported
that ho had taken tho test oath and
must, therefore, have had no political
disabilities, or havo committed per?
jury. They, therefore, recommended
that tho petition bo not granted.
Tomlinson introduced a bill to in?
corporate the Wando Company,
which was read tho first timo and re?
ferred to tho Committee on Incorpo?
A resolution was adopted, instruct?
ing the Committeo on Printing to
prescribo tho duties of tho Steno?
grapher and to fix his compensation.
Sasportas moved that tho office ox
Stenographer bo abolished, which
was not ugreod to.
A resolution, requesting tho Com?
mitteo on .Education to report on so
much of tho message of ex-Provi?
sional Gov. Orr as relates to tho Asy?
lum for tho Deaf, Dnmb and Blind,
Also, a resolution expressing tho
desire of tho Houso that tho Com?
mittees on the Penitentiary aud on
tho Lunatic Asylum, would report on
The Senate returned, with its con?
currence, tho Houso resolution pro?
viding for tho appointment of a
Joint Committee to inquiro into und
roport upon the circumstances con?
nected with the disturbance of Satur?
day night last.
Tho bill to alter and amend an Act
entitled "An Act to alter and amend
tho charter of tho city of Charles?
ton" was thou taken up and passed,
section by sect i on, and ordered for a
third reading. The bill provides
that au election for Mayor and Alder?
men of Charleston shall bo ordered
by the Governor within thirty days,
at which any one, who is a qualified
voter, under tho Constitution, and
has resided in the oity for the ten
days next preceding tho election,
shall bo entitled to vote. Tho officers
elected shall bo inducted on tho Mon?
day suoeeeding their election, and
shall hold their officos up to tho
regular time fixed by charter for tbe
election of the same and for one foll
term thereafter, and nntil their adc
cessore are daly elected and quali?
fied. The rest of the bill contains
details of no public interest.
The bill to declare vacant certain
offices and for other purposes, was
taken np, road a sooond time and
passed. The bill reads as follows:
lie it enacted by tho Senate and
House of Representatives of the Slate of
South Carolina, note met and sitting in
General Assembly, and by Hie authority
of die same, That all State, County
and municipal offices, whether filled
by election or appointment, in this
State, be, and the same are hereby,
deolared vacant, from and after the
passage of this bill, except such
offices as were filled by the election
of April 14, 15 and 16, and June 2
and 3, 1868, held in pursuance of
General Orders emanating from
Headquarters Second Military Dis?
trict, or are required in the Constitu?
tion to be made by the Legislature.
SEO. 2. It shall be, and is hereby,
made the duty of the Governor, by
and with tho advice and cousent of
tho Senate, to fill, by appointment,
all offices not filled by the election
aforesaid; or, when the person
elected cannot qualify, give bonds or
for any reason fail to enter on the
discharge of the duties of his office
within ten days after this bill be?
comes a law; and tho person so
appointed shall continue in office
until filled by election ; and, in case
of political disabilities, until the
same are removed, should that bo
done before the regular election
undor the Constitution to fill such
office; provided, the Governor shall
have power to remove, whenever the
public good, in his judgment, re?
quires it; but tho provisions of this
Act shall not extend to appoint?
ments from Mayors and Aldermen,
and from Intendants aud Wardens of
incorporated cities and towns, which
shall bo filled as provided for by
their respectivo charters, not in con?
flict with the Constitution.
SEC. 3. That the election of April
14, 15 and 16, and of Juno 2 and 3,
1868, held in conformity with thc
Acts of reconstruction, and all ordert
issued in pursuance thereof, be, anti
aro hereby, declared valid, and all
persons elected at such election arc
declared to bo entitled to the inline
diato possession of the offices tc
which they hnvo been elected, upor
their qualifying and giving tho bond:
required by law.
SEC. 4. And ba il farther enacted
That if any person or persons bold
in g auy oflico or offices hereby de
dared vacant shall refuse to anrrcn
der tho samo to the person or person!
elected nt tho election aforesaid, oi
hereafter to bo hold, or appointed ii
pursuance of the power herein cou
ferred, such oflico or offices, togetbe:
with all moneys, books, records
papors uud property, of any kind o:
character whatever, pertaining there
to, w henever such person or pcrsoni
so elected or appointed shall hav<
qualified and given tho bonds rc
quired by law, such person or person
shall bo deemed guilty of a misde
meanor, and, on conviction thereof
shall bo punished by fine or impri
sonment, or both, in the discretioi
of the court; such fiuo not to exceei
ono thousand dollars, nor bo les
than ono hundred dollars, and sncl
imprisonment not to exceed om
year at hard labor in tho penitentiary
All Acts, or parts of Acts, inconsist
ont herewith, aroheroby repealed.
Tho Houso thon adjourned.
Cain presented a bill for tho incoi
poration of tho Wando Company
which was read a first time and r
Nash gave notice of a bill "to dc
fine the law of contracts for hire."
The vote by which the favorabl
report of tho Committee on Finance
on tho petition of Mrs. Mary A. C
Hobbs, of Lexington, praying a r<
mission of a double tax, was adopt?e
was reconsidered and the report r<
Tho biii to incorporate the edna
tional society of Columbia, was rea
a second time and ordered to bo ei
Tho bill autVorizing tho Governc
to negotiate a loan of 8125,000, wr
passed-yeas 16; nays 5.
Tho joint resolution authorizing a
appropriation to bo made for repaii
to tho Governor's Mansion, was r<
committed, with instructions to th
committco to amend tho bill, so as t
empower tho Governor to superb
tend tho work, instead of a con
Tho bill for tho preservation of tl
Stato Capitol, was read a third tin
Also tho bill to pr?vido for tho a
commodation of the General Assen
bly. This provides that tho Gove
nor may fit up tho College Chapel f<
tho uso of the Legislature, at its r
gular session, if so it may deem e:
The joint resolution from tl
House, providing for the appoin
ment of a Special Committee to ii
quire into and report upon the ci
cumstances connected with the di
turbanoe of Saturday night, was rei
and agreed to.
A favorable report from the COE
mittee on Military Affairs, on a bi
to establish a State police, was res
and ordered for consideration t
Tho Committee on Railroads mac
favorable reports on the bill "to
amend an Act entitled an Act to in?
corporate the Air Line Railroad Com?
pany;" and also on the resolution
appointing three persons to repre?
sent the State in the Spartanburg
and Union Railroad Company. Both
reports "were ordered for considera?
tion to-morrow, and thu Senate ad?
The Blue Ridge Railroad.
Mu. EDITOR: Some few months
ago, the direction of tho Bluo Ridge
Railroad Company authorized the
President to obtain subscriptions
and donations of land along tho line
of the road, to increase the credit
and resources of the company.
About 70,000 acres have already been
subscribed in South Carolina, Geor?
gia and North Carolina, and the
quantity can bo increased to several
hundred thousand acres, if the peo?
ple along the lino can be assured
that tho road will be completed.
Theso lands are wild and unsettled,
but situated in a beautiful and healthy
country, and capable of great devel?
opments for agricultural, mineral
and manufacturing purposes.
The railroad company can use
these lands either as a basis of credit,
or fe colonization, or, which would
be better, as a means of procuring
I permanent laborers, by offering in
small lots to laborers on long leases,
or on sale, at fair prices, to be paid
for in work upon the road. In this
way, tho local business of the road
would bo promoted, the lands im?
proved, and tho general prosperity
of the pooplo enhanced. In Pickeus
District, or now Oconeo County, im?
mediately on passing thc tunnel
through Stump House Mountain,
immenso lime quarries aro ap?
proached, which would givo employ?
ment to a large number of laborers,
and bo of inestimable value to the
agriculturalists of the State. Limo
would be furnished at such prices as
would be within tho reach of every
ono. Theso lands are now being
sought after by capitalists, as tho fol?
lowing lotter will show; and it be?
hooves thc people of this State to
secure their prosperity by prompt
action and aid to this great railroad
J. W. HARRISON,
President Blue Ridge Railroad Co.
AUGUST 3. 18GS.
To General Harrison, President of the
Blue Ridge Railroad Company.
DEAR SIR: In passing through tho
Western Counties of North Carolina,
I was informed that large tracts of
lands are being subscribed to your
road, and, from the experience of
the North-western States, I know
that immigration and railroad build?
ing go baud in hand, and rnako
prosperous any country where they
are encouraged. The State of North
Carolina has made no provision to
eucourago immigration into her bor?
ders, further than to grant a charter
to the American Agricultural aud
Mineral Land Company, with a capi?
tal stock of 82.000,000, for tho pur?
pose of turning the tide of emigra?
tion to that State. This company
is now fully organized, with Wil?
liam Frazier, of Now York, as Presi?
dent. General Toonman, of Vir?
ginia, is its European agent to pro?
curo Euitablo emigrants to settle the
lauds of the company. General
Tochman will start for Europe,
shortly after my return to Rich?
mond, and the company confidently
expects to embark a colony of emi?
grants, upon its own vessels, to be
landed at a Southern port next fall.
With these preliminary remarks, I,
as agent for the American Agricultu?
ral and Mineral Land Compnny, re?
spectfully submit the following pro?
Tracts of land, of 10,000 acres or
upwards, on tho line of your rail?
road, to bo sub-divided into 200 acre
lots, at the American Agricultural
and Mineral Land Company's ex?
pense. This company will purchase
alternate lots, at their assessed value
for taxation in 1800, or ns ascer?
tained by two disinterested parties,
paying for tho same in tho compa?
ny's stock-the company obligating
itself to place a bona fide settler upon
every 200 acres so acquired, within
three years; or, failing to do so, buch
lauds unsettled to revert to tho ori?
ginal owner-said owner to retain
possession until the land is settled,
bolieving that, by the placing of a
suitable class of emigrants upon those
lands, they will greatly increaso tho
valuo of tho lands rotained by tho
railroad company, and develop tho
agricultural aud mineral resources of
tho country, thereby increasing tho
travel and freight upon the road.
I respectfully ask your co-opera?
tion with the company I represent.
Hoping to hear from yon at your
earliest convenience, I am, \ours
CHAS. H. PHELPS, Agent.
JULY. 18, 18G8.
The Lanreusvillo Herald states that
a row took plaoe at Martin's Dopot,
on the occasion of some pnblio
speaking, and while a colored man
was on tho stand, a radical negro in?
terrupted him with offensive lan?
guage and a white man interfering,
received a blow which knocked him
down. This brought on a melee, in
whioh several whites and blacks re?
ceived injuries, but none seriously.
F. W. Dawson, Esq., of the
Charleston News, is in Columbia,
and will remain a day or two.
The inquests wore continued yes?
terday and will be concluded this
morning. The evidence is very con?
vincing as to tho guilt of certain
Tho Superintendent of Water
Works requests us to say that ho has
been compelled to turn off tho water
from the West end of Plain street.
It will bo on again this evening.
We learn that a difficulty occurred
at Aiken on Tuesday night. One of
the radicals knocked Pleasant Goode
down, when his compatriot, Wm.
Stowers, used the spear attached to
his banner polo on the assailant.
Gens. Hampton and Datier wero on
tho ground, and put a stop to the
THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVEN?
TION.-The Democratic State Con?
vention will moot this evening, at 8
o'clock, at Carolina Hall. A
full attendance is confidently expect?
ed, and every District in the State
will doubtless bo fully represented.
Tho State Central Executive Com?
mittee meets at 7 P. M., at Nicker
ARREST OF A MURDERER.-More
than two years ago, Mr. Alexander
Reilly, a citizen of Columbia, was
shot by a colored man, named Henry
Maxcy. The wounded man died, and
the murderer escaped. Information
was received by Sheriff Frnzee, that
Henry was in Chester District. Aftei
a conference with Coroner Walker, s
warrant was issued; and informatior
was received yesterday that tho mur
derer was in Chester jail, and wonk"
be brought down in a short time.
LIST OE MEMBERS.-We publish ii
another column a list of members o
tho so-called Legislature. As it is i
difficult job to get a perfectly corree
list, we would request information a
to any mistakes that may have in
advertently crept in it. Tho asterisl
before Mr. Lewie's name, havini
been accidentally omitted in our his
issue, he sends us tho following nott
Wo make the correction with plef
Mit. EDITOR: I see the asterisk i
omitted from my name this moraine
I am a Democrat out and out.
G. A. LEWIE.
THE CORONER IMBROGLIO.-Tl
following pointed correspondence wi
be read with interest by our citizen!
Coroner Walker intends to stick:
OFFICE ATTORNEY-GENERAL S. C.,
CoLUixniA, S. C., August 5, 186!
Thomas P. Walk er, Esq.
SIR: I um informed, on undonbtc
authority, that you are assuming I
not ns Coroner of Richland Count;
although your successor bas bec
elected, and has duly qualified an
entered upon the duties of his ofii<
I hereby notify you to desist fro:
any further assumption of the dutii
of tho office of Coroner of Richlac
In case this notice is disregardc
by you, I shall take immediate stej
to restrain you from further unlnwfi
assumption of the functions of tl
offico uforesaid. Very respectful!;
your obedient servant,
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN.
Attorney-General S. C.
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 5, 1868.
JJ. If. Chamberlain, Esq.-SIR:
have received yours, of the 5th inst
purporting to bo signed by you i
Attorney-General of South Carolin!
I do not recognizo yon as tho Alto
neg- General of South Carolina, I
any constitutional law now in exis
enco, or by any military nppoin
mont. You are, therefore, neitb
dejare nor da facto Attorney-Gener
of this State.
You direct that I shall desist fro
any further assumption of the offi
of Coroner of Richland County; othc
wiso you will take immediato stops
restrnin me from further unlawf
assumptions of tho functions of tl
I clo not exercise any such office
any such County; nor do I recogni
any such County to exist. But I (
exercise tho ollico of Coroner f
Richlnud District, under a constit
tional appointment, and from th
office I havo never been remove
either by military appointment of
successor, or by any constitution
law or appointment whatever.
I shall, therefore, continue
oxerciso tho functions of tho sn
offico for Richland District, until i
moved by duo process from tho cv
I beg to refer you to Mr. James !
Tradewell my attorney, who will
assisted by Messrs. Fiokling & Por.
on my behalf.
Very respectfully, yonr obedic
servant, THOS. Pi WALKER,
Coroner for Richland District.
GOD. Hampion delivered an ad?
dress, last night, before an Augusta
THE BARBECUE AT RIDGEWAY
ONE FABE.-We are authorized to
state that passengers will be carried
to and from Ridgeway, on Saturday
next, for one dollar. Tho train will
run through to Winnsboro, to ac?
commodate visitors from that poiut.
James W. Chcatham, ayojug man,
who claims to bo from Caswell Coun?
ty, North Carolina, passed through
Columbia, yesterday, on his way
homo. He was in tho Federal prison,
at Alton, Illinois, for a length of
time-in fact, was not released until
September, 18G7-since which date
he has been confined to a sick-bed in
Missouri. Mr. Cheatbam thinks he
is the last Confederate prisoner. His
parents reside at Anderson's Store^
Caswell County, and, before this
paragraph is read by many persons,
tho hearts of the aged father and
mother will bo mode glad by the
return of the long absent one. He
received every attention on his way,
and the various railroads passed him
along freo of expense.
We have received tho following
communication, signed (but not writ?
ten) by Beverly Nash, denying the
expression attributed to him and ono
Thomas. In reply, wo have only to
say, that our statement was based
upon the testimony of a witness be?
fore tho Coroner, who did attribute
thc statement " one damned rascal
killed," to thc said Nash. As usual,
Nash denies the language attributed
to him. This is not tho first time ho
has made a doubtful disclaimer:
COLUMBIA, S. C., August 5, 186S.
EDITOR OE THE PHOENIX: I desire to
ask, as a matter of justice, the publi?
cation of my denial of the truth of
tho statement made in an editorial of
your paper this morning. I did not
usc the language attributed to mo in
that article, but happened to be pass?
ing at the time of the unfortunate
altair alluded to. I recognized the
voice of a friend and hailed him.
Upon receiving an answer, I went
over to the pince, and, on reaching
there, inquired tho cause of the dis?
turbance. In reply, I was informed
that an attack with pistols had been
made, in their boarding-house, upon
several members of tho Legislature.
I told my friends that I had nothing
with mo but a stick-that I had left
my pistol at homo-but was willing
to go with them in pursuit of thc
attacking parties. This was the only
part takon by him whom you flattei
by styling "the negro Senator from
Richland." My statement can be
verified by Lue public testimony
taken before thc coroners. Althougl:
it may not be admitted by the editoi
of tho Phoenix or his friends, I claim
to have as deep an interest in thc
maintenance of the peace and gooc
order of this community as any ol
thoso who, claiming to tc
be friends to tho colored people
evince their friendship by ever striv
ing to increase and foster, througl
false representations, tho animosity
and prejudice against them.
QUALIFICATIONS OF PBESTDENTIA]
ELECTORS.-As the Democracy o
South Carolina ore about making nj
their ticket for electors, it is impor
tant that they should bear in minc
the qualification imposed by th?
fourteenth amendment, which Secre
tary Seward, a few days ago, officially
proclaimed to bo ratified, and there
fore a part of tho Federal Oonstitu
tion. The section reads as follows:
SEC. 3. No person shall be a Sena
tor or Representativo in Congress, jo:
Elector of President and Vice-Presi
dent, or hold any office, oivil or mili
tary, under tho United States, o:
under any State, who, having pre
viously taken an oath as a member o
Congress, or os a member ot an'
Stato Legislature, or as an executif
or judicial officor of any State, b
support the Constitution GI th
United States, shall have engaged ii
insurrection or rebellion against th
same, or givon aid and comfort to th
enemies thereof. The Congress moy
by vote of two-thirds of each House
remove such disability.
MAIL ARRANGEMENTS.-Tho poi
ollico open during tho week from 8 J
a. m. to 7 p. m. On Sundays, froi
.1 to 5 p. m.
Tho Charleston and Western mai]
are open for delivery at ?}4 P? m],j an
close at 8)4 p. m. Charleston nigL
mail open 8}? a. m., close 4>? p. m.
Northern-Open for delivery i
a. m., closes at 2.45 p. m.
Greenville-Open for delivery 5?
l>. m., closes at 8}4 p. m.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.-Special n
tenthm is called to the following ai
vertisemonts, published for tho fir:
time this morning:
Meeting Entaw Encampment.
Meeting Independent Fire Co.
Wm. H. Parker-Notice.
Free Omnibus Fare.
Meeting Congaree Lodge.