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OUR COUNTY TICKET.
THOS. W. WOODWARD.
H. A. GAILLARD,.
THOS. 8, BRICE,
F. J. CAMERON.
FOR CI.ERK OF COURT,
J. B. DAVIS.
FOR JUDGE OF PROnATE,
0. R. THOMPSON.
FOR SOROOL COMMIBsIONER,
DR. JNO. BOYD.
FOU COUNTY COMMISSIONERs,
F. M. L. DUKE,
W. H. KERR,
J. R. BOYLES.
JAS. L. RICIMOND.
RAILROAD ScHEimu.-The traiine
-n C. C. & A. R. R. now leave
Winnsboro as follows: Going noi-th
12.30 a. m. Going south, 1.35, a m'
Accommodation day trains: Going
north, 11.38, a. w. Going Aoutb,
12.12. These trains moot at Winns
POST OFnVgs Houaf.-Tile post
offide will be open daily (Sunitys
excepted) from 8 A. M., to 12 M.
and from 2 to 5 P. X. Northern
and Southern npkil close at 8 P. M.
precisely. . A Mail delive.ed on
& Sundays froin 8 to 9 A. M. only.
Hampton is coming I
Ruaniei'.r the granJ Ham pton.
pFoQting on Monday.
Mir. L. W. Oivall died near
Ridgeway on Tuesday last.
Close the stores, suspend 'all busi
ness, on next Monday. Hampton is
Lot Hampton have a worthy wel
come from old Fairfield.
WANTE.-One thousand subscri
bers to THE NEWS AND HERALD, with
Several thousand people, good 1
men (nd true, will welcome Hanp
ton on Monday.
We are not yet through with that
-curiona jury. But we have other
muatoI sR to engage our attention at
The~Ruadicalst will hold a grand:
public meeting here on the 21st..
The speakers~are not yet named.
The Fairfield Fire Engine Comn
pan parade~d on Frida~y last. The
app).Lratus was in tine conditim,' and
the boys pronon ted their usual hand.
Tzae Ra~dical pleninct meeting on
',aturday was a tame affair. There
w~ere scarcely two hundred voters:
presient, whoroeas the voting strength
of the preocinct is oven ixi hundred
On Friday last an inquest was
Sheld at the residence of MJrs. L. E.
Kirkland, by Tial Justice Aiker,
over the dead body of Robert
Willinghiam, colored. The~ jury ren-1
dered a verdict of "Death by smnoth
eigin a bank of seed .cotton."
Aanrng N Mnna.Tefollow
ing gentlemnan are appointed aIssis
taiit Marshals for the Harnpton De
monstration of Monday 16th. They
Avill please report to the Chief Mar
shal before Friday.
Dunlose Egloston, J. M. Beaty,
Preston Rion,- T. K. Elliott, R. J.
McCarley, E~. P. Mobley, Jr.,
W~',. D. Aiken, J. F. McMastor, J. W.
McCants, W.- J. Herron, WV. H.
Flonniken, J. Q. Davis and T. R.
W. M. DWIGHT, Chief Marshal.
Tim COORED FIREMEN.--ThO (o1
lowing is a list of ofichers chosen at
the last anniversary meeting of the!
Winnsboro Hook and Ladder Coin
Jno. D. Smart, President,
Fred. Steele, Vice-President,
J. RI. McMillan, Se'eretary,
Henry Jacob, Treasurer,
C. B3. Strother, 1st Director,
T. A. Goode, 2nd Director,
V. 0. Butler, 3rd Director.
Williaru Woodward, 4th Director.
- Sam Jonsn
Sam Garrison, Amn
Silas Lyles, Axen
We trust the acebunts given else
where of the "Fox Chase in Feaster
ville," and of'Judge Mackey's speech,
will not be uninteresting to our
Feaders. .T1e forlner .lne~t live in
the chronicles of' Fairfield, and
shoula have a more eniduring form
than that given it by its repeti
tion by one person to another. Judge
Mackey's speech is likewise well~
,wprthy of publiatom It was alto
gether one of the Anost stump-j
ugeoehs eyer delivered in fairfleld.?
A1D *0B TH E BUrFER Ets.-The un
'dg ,;.pastors of the.. variou's
churches hn Winsboro, would take
this method of giving notice that on
next Sabbath morning, 15th inst.,
a collection will bb taken up in all the
churches for the sufferers in the city
of Brunswick. Georgia, where, owing
to the ravages of the yellow fever,
many families have been reduced to
great want and destitutioni.
As a merciful Providence has so
signally preserved this community
from sickness and death, during the
past sumnmer, let us contribute liber
ally as a thank-offering to the LorO,
to this iiportint cause.
T. W. MELLICHAMP,
J. M TODD,
.A. R. Presbytorian Church.
0. W. WALKER,
C. E. CHICHESTER.
To Our Readers.
The present number of Tnu NEws
AND HlERALD is sent to all- the old
suslcribers of the 2ri- eekly
Ne'ws and the FPairfield IHerald.
From this can be formed somo es
tiiate of the character of the news
paper we purpose to p)ublish
tholugh we shall miake considerablo
aditions and improvenents. We
trust that each old subscriber will
prouiptly place his namo upon the
list of Tim NEWS AND IiHAaD. Tho
cash system we have adopted, while
it is simply ncctessary for the sne
cessful management of our business,
will work neither hardship nor in
convenience to the subscribers. It
is quite as easy to pay the small
sum charged for a single copy of
the paper now, in payment for the
cominig year's subscription, as to pay
the same stmn one year hence for
the year then past. This is the
universal practice of every successful
newspaper in the country. Nor is
there over any objection made to it.
Thousands of persons in South
Carolina subscribe to papors out
side of the State, and they un
hesitatingly pay the subscription
money in advance This should
likewise be done with the county
We would also call attention to
our club rates. It will be little or
no trouble for a person to raise
among his immediate neighbors a
club of ten or of twenty subscribers.
In the former erase there is an ag
grogate saving of four dollars and
in the latter of ten-besides giving
the club- maker a copy free. We
trust that the liberal terms
ofoered will induce many to 'make
up clubs Any in form ati on desired,
together with specimen copies of
THE~ NEWs AND HIERALD, may be had
upon application to the Publishers.
We append our rates of subscrips
One copy, one year.. . ..... 83.00
One copy, six months. .. .. .1.60
Ouec copy, three months.... 1.00
Five copies, one year, at. . . 2.75
Teni copies, one year, at. .. 2.60
T 'wenty copies. one year, at. . 2.50
The namies constituting a club
need not all be at the same post
The Radical County Convention.
The County Convention of the
Radicals met on Monday, and ro
mained in session two entire days.
Th body was about as noisy as ever,
aind at times the uproar was so great
that no business whatever couldl
proceed. It was five~ o'clock before
a permanen toirgani zation was effect
ed. Prince Martin was madoe chair
man, and WV. R1. Marshall secretary.
It was seven o'clock before a single
nomination was made.
)uring a recess, a joint discussion
bet woon Dem ocrats and Reul icans
was propoucd, and1( Majoir Woodward
made a telling sp)eech. lie was
attentively heard by almost tihe onl
tire audience. Andy Stewart, a
Radical negro leader, attempted
some interruption, .but the Major
sooni aquelched himl. It had been
arranged that there should be0 a re
ply from I. B. Smith, but the hour
of business arrived and the body
went to work. The following
nominations were made:
For Senator--Israel Byrd, colored.
For Reopresentatives--.Joh1n Gib
son, colored, S. S. Gibson, white,
Prince Martin, colored.
For Clerk of Court---Jno. J. Neil.
For School Commissioner-John
For Probate Judge--I. B. Smith,
The Convention now adjourned
till Tuesdag morning, and in the
me antime considerable dissatisefac
lion was shown in the ticket. Soveral
of the better class of Republicans
Niessrs. Crawford, Nelson, Martin
mud Harvey refused to accept a plae
an suob a ticket, and there was a
very general complaint'. ' So when'
the Conventiot re-aAsoibled, it was
f6ud necodsaiy toxundo all tho pro
vious work. A' now organization
eiditiro wag effected, and A new com
mittee on credentials tpp'ointed.
John Gibson was chosen "permanent
chairman, and C. W. Cummings
After a groat doal of wrangling
noise and confussion, a revised and
inproved (?) ticket was gotten up.
And here it is :
For Scnator-Warren R. Mar
For Reprenttives-John Gib
son, Daniel iird and Prince Mar
till, ill colore'd.
For Clerk of Comnt-Jno. J. Neil.
For J -Ago of Probato-. B.
For School Commissionr-John
For County Commisioners-John
Wilson, white, Carter Boaty and
Jim June, colored.
This is a fine reform ticket!
Jno. Wilson (vulgarly termed
No-Nose Wilson) and Alf. Smith,
colored, had a high wordy duel on
Friday lIast Tho.<o worthics were
whippors-in for several of the 999
candilidates in the fiel previosi to
the Ralical County Convention. Thoir
trouble was the result of a ccnflict
of intci ests, illustrating the proverb,
"Two of a trade ean't agro."
The Hampton Bille Club and the
Disio Sabre Club attended the
Co mden Democratic meeting.
The citizens of Ridgeway aro
much enconraged. I The colored
people are favorably impressed with
the fair, open speechos made at the
recont Democratic meeting, and
twelve of them have actually signed
the roll of the Democratic Club. A
large number have faithfully
promised their white friends to walk
boldly up and vote with them on
the 7th of Novewber.
The colored ifeople composing the
lft wing of the iadical army, cani
in on "critters" on Saturday last.
They were counted and numbered
actually reventy. They cheeoed
loudly for Mr. Marshall, ald, aftor
remaining in session some time, went
to his house an1d escortcd hili to
the meeting-place, wheo e he deliver
ed an address. He did not get a
nomination. The procession wont
round and round, "up the hill and
down again," but failed most utterly
to get up any degree of enthusiasm.
in fact, manny of the members, after
all was over, signitied their willing
ness to heaur argufmenlt! Every
thing encourages the hope that truth
will soon prevail.
A strong case of political per
eccution took p)laco a few days age.
Cornelius Minmms, colored, express
ed his intention oin last Saturday to
dra out of political slavery, and be
a free man. On Sunday he was
publicly expelled from thme colored
Presbyuterian church. Cornelius is
about the only ma~n in the church who
really has any religious pr inciples,
and he has long enjoyed tbe corfi
dkee of the whito people. The
Democracy will take good care of all
suchm deserving men.
Meeting at Ridgeway.
Thursday, the 5th of Octobor, w*as
a great day for Ridgeway and for
Fairfield. The p)ublic meeting hlcd
there will long he remiembered as
one of the most enthusiastic gather
ings ever known in the county. By
nine o'clock the Democratic Clubs
that were to participate, began to
arrive-most of thorm, oif core
being mouun tod. Everythming promi -
sodl a fine meeting. The p~eople of
Ridgeway had (levotedl both time
and n'onmey to Imakinig it a success,
and they have no roasoni to feel at all
disappointed. 'Thle busineas of thme
town wvas practicatlly suspended, and
tho place had tihe appearance whuich
is always presented on a general
hloliday. Theore wore several 1hu1n
dred men~l ill town by the time the
northern bound train arrived. Ini
the car was Col. John H-. Evins, ourm
next Congressman, and tihe opportu
nity was taken by the Clubs pies.
ent to have a speech from that
gentleman. Standing uponl the
platform of the freight-depot, lhe
addcressed a crowd in front of him.
His specech was full of force anld full
of good cheer for' the Democracy
of the county and the State. He
was frequently interrupted with
loud applause, and as lie stepped
into the moving car, the air rang
with three cheers for Ev'ins.
The procession was Boon formed,
under the command of Col. B3. E.
Elkin, as chief marshal, in the fol
lowing o rder :
Speakers in Carriages.
Ridgeway )omocrtic Club.
Dixie Demooratic Club.
Green Brior Cl).
Rion's Sabre Club.
Jones' Longtown Club.
Boar Creek Club.
The ground pelocted for the
stpeaking is remarkable in its natural
beauty and in its adapf;t.bility for
the purpose for which it ha more
than once beeii utted. A natural
iuplithelatre, formed by a gradual
ascotit u1pon all 01 sides from its celitre,
well shaded with hipidsoei trees
whose foliage is as abuin.lant as it is
verdant, this spot has all the fen
tures needed to namko.it suitable for
publie gatherings. Nor is it with
out historic interest. Here have
bten held tlireo public meetings at
intervals of just eight yearis. Late
in the year 1860, thopeaple assem
bled to discurs the great questions
which were then atgitatilig the pop
ular mind, aid the olitioni of
which was then tle topic of ill
thinking men. Again, in 1868, a
)ulic meeting was held on the same
pout, and idressos were (dl iver 'by
distinguished Carolinians in behalf
of the Democratic cause, then repuo
sented in Ih persons of Seymour
and Blair. Now, in this Centennial
year, aftrii the lapse of eight years
morO we find the same spot used1
as5 a meceting-pla(e of the good pe'.
pl of Fiairlield intent upon a high
plrpose, and filled with enthusii.sm
in the cause they 1:n-w to be jast.
On the present occasion, there
wa erected a stand for speakers.
so situated as to make it convenient
for lhe audience to htve pl:Icos near
)y, and yet have no crowding or
confusion. The stand Iwas vcry
tastefully decorafed with flowers
r-nd evergreens-these fmming an
at bor, acrtss which vas written the
The coluni of mounted men1
moved up, and soon the tspace
around the stand svas well filled.
After a short interval there arrived
a large Club from Caiden, uder
cOm.l.nd of Capt. W. L. Depass.
After miic hy the band, the illeet
ing wasi called to order by Col. i1.
C. Davis, who statel tile purpose of
the meeting, weleolwed the entire
assem~bage, and added thme colored
people esp)cially t'o occupy lace'i
very near thle stand, that they might
hear nil that was said. He then
introdneed as the first speaker of
cOL. LEROY F. YOUJMA.\.
The spe-iker opened by says
ing lhe was present in the discharge
of what he considered a high duty.
He, wit~h otheras, h ad been sent hv
the Demnor ar'e Executive Comit
tee of the S I de, to (1o th~ air best for
the cause of honesty and reform.
Thme pJhey of theDemoicratic party. is
paicific, yet the0 peop1 Ic are aouse'd
anld resodo . They(.~ are fully im
pmrs cd with 1.. 1 ( cm~ity c:Certioni
in a c~anmce whii'h is de~ ar -to all the
people--thbe I (edemhption (of our dear
old Carolina. And this cause is
orp1eciilly deat'r to the goca peopl)e
of old Fairfiehd. 'The Democr,cy all
over the State is ar'1oue, an1.1evcery
where there is one ~' preva iing senii
a1 (:t pJ." F.' romt E~ i'.vhp e, in
(couinty.3 in whlichi the II'a..dls have
1.way manged~o)4'~ to ca~nry tho election~
and whien h.n been consp~e ienus for
the wortlesnjems of itsH Ilcal g~ oen
ment, there comes10 th.e assraem
thaLt thei Demiocrartie tiehet will
piause.] In that counl ty) ther 'e is
but, one white llailieni, and hie is in
jail. [1loghter.J Aikenm, like the
mfn Iit Hiercules, is a, giant inl her
cradle, tod the Demnocratfs are
sure to win .thore. Eveni Richland1,
inl the (con tre of wich~i is the very
seat of Radienl corruption, anmd
wher-e stands the( unfinished capitol
in which for eighltyears the robbers of
the State have held high carnivanl
ioen Riebhlandi~ is *Um C for Hampiijton.
[Loud cheers.] The. colore people)1
inl thait coun!lty ar10 joining the
D~emocratie club1s in1 lar~go nonibers
and overytihng prIomliseR snecess.
But why all tis display of men and
women and1( bainds and horses and all
the rest.? What means11 it aill? It
means that from tile mfoiutains to
the seaboard tihe 1)eop1)1 air aroused,
and( "South Carolina is on 1horse,
back," demnanding her rights, asking
nothing more, content with nothinmg
less? COhoors.] The motto of thme
peole IS A nimsl1 opibusfquIe parati
-Relady with pluc1k and paurso.
T he speaker theni spoko of the
contrast prlesented in this Cen temii
il year, between the state of tihings
inl the goverinent of 1776 and that:
f 1870. Bult tihe samell blood flw
in the blood of tile ite'fent p~eopiO
f South Carolina, and the same
1Jpirit of patriotisml tihn'ates them.
il'e present State governmenit is
lorrupt to the core, and thme cry of
'oformn among the Radicals amounts
~o bothinlg. The pirty is conscious
>f its moral weanesso, atid henmce
~he leaders are opposed to joint dis..
mssion-thouh the pat m.go
cli.1mi to fav~or if.. fTho R1Ltli(!It
lG"CU4ct 11,1 o)vf itll() fjtrj(, hlot (toil
ton't witil PtoisOhiiiig tim ('olured
pooplo's minds wit1 flilsohocods qild
with hatred towalrd" thio wjtf,
have takenl Steps to pIrc(1'hit tho(
attendunco of ('4lored pe1)10 ,plOn
Democratic puilhe Ilouig. 'J'lo
prineipici; tui(1 p)lactive of theo piu ty,
will IU~t stil. dimcilimion. T1'iZ
I lndes l-ntie:I1IvN enlave~y tlit(
min ds of thei ii('o . IC-:t HlL'Cj'y fIll
worse thli 0111tt of the bodv'.
Col. Y'nlmul111i lHteli ViONW111 Iv
(c)ul-O of the Rll:ltl palrty ill tis~
State for eight (lni pasit, sh1 )wil'
'Phe parity' hadit fill loii (ricI re
thr wit it O i'Qllsh live (of fn;aai1
ill ',ott~l ildtlifiilistrattijcli. Ye.t it, is
nlow uilive (i'8!tlly itdii I d I thatt, (m).P
SLtat t o v1)r'(.p11 a t. I I:,H bvI le i it. I li1i .
( iii up1 fla wi tim. Iii t it 1 t I~f h
volilli I cft~ iii 010 'n~~ iiic!I i
neIlC1 Iy~ : %tit(
'i 1 . Hot. Nvth~le Wjj.1 %%)mt said.
ill 18683. Ored. CwI f "11t ofit IL11:111's
Jill Ite-o h )t his k u I) (1iiy". ill~a
'Alis Sta.te. IS l!.i *Ph~g have
nlw:.v Iw-eii lkt', luil tIhwv ill
1870. ].'-;-2 oidl 187-1, bit il t ) tit
1,111( ti vi.
of 01.11. ti( k41t is 1 fiiI~t ii, "-"o di
ys t Nt -illls - tI", I I e , I )i' ~ ;~ I m
A.i Of UXt1i ( f l1 iem [Al~ id gI;v
111 Wi iO() ( PIC, -)ac llitar I I . ,) t
bt.~ tlit ~ i ~isIlii~(i
f i N (sill, , (E IItatI. Ye1rto I
It,41A(! (d. I 1, ui. Ivio ru I- gjNt I
ii to . yOiW c4h)icdf~l uby 1wI 14) 11
illc wh[o- iitL.]He (.me I(. ihil ie
Ott 1) iwp ou. iii OI it ft)I it Io
1)t C 10 o iiie 1 (1 e t -IIic i~ I I Iic (I i't IF.
Thisis oll. emin ry. ve.I"(.
ti, eeiio. k" e iii nI~IIle IW 1Ie 11ii'"
hav reii iiotilt.' c Ne1t thiie . TI. i
tinyl to he~ alw.;s r.t 1.11 INht Sa lZt
lItWto i ivl g ; iiIC f INt it141re D1.11. S t t
11vi1t. cese Cotp ole me who areS~t
w~itIi'tl elyl)(tritts il lie ipro
t 'je . 1. A ll 1iiui. Ill(11- ; vil
iiiitol H o i ii\. '"hey () : It iv Id On ipl 1
al~nde :tie co'Iic y uiuiviiol ts 1)
ILF iy tti oil n Del't 1ioi H' -i- do !.
171 i I'm111 e t io t( ice '.ie i lit' flit1
cL)( ii 1114"D e Wi),l(l to)gems it
101 teV0~yI~i~c I for fitle(iCht Ill()
long would i V -ik i, o. Io g, 1,
DO 1 1i * dA.C' I cill lffii r~iu'i~ fvi tI
Htlul1pp i 11 . 11 14 ill ChiI *i t
Riica 4;i u i s Iorrt floo itiiei.1;i1iii
for lHaves iind Whoolor a find Ifinp.
tom. The1 11a14t0r's ebArnter, bthj -i,
citizeil and sjoldier, is entirely aibouve
reproich. And the State Demo
cratic ticket it; in full keeping with
the high fame of Hampton. If all
the American people were put into
at cauldron and boile0 down to i
(rackling, thero could not. he ia better
t icket made 11p. Hamp11)tonl has al ways
beol i conservative n11um, aid he was
Skind master. Two Inindred of il;,
former s1lav(s i llieland will vote
for him. Te platronis of the t Pwo
pairties aeidenltical. Hmnlpt-on has,
the hollor of having first idvntiuted
giving" the right of su1fl'rage to theI
colored (l inlu. He is not lilt ofli c.
seeker. H is preselt enndid r(V wvas
enitirely insou)ghIt by him. It wd
thniist'upon hiln hy it grate"full :e.d!
iilpr.ciativo people. He will be
Te 81a.ker thell drew a sit
pjiit it e of fthie evils of lbuldical doig,
inith I ill Solt h Cau olinai, awl
IsVoe l ! hat though the part
ha~s had f(ou Ir t rialls, it, I In
1. iei IItiriely to give th, pe.I
pk'e r 1n honest aidmuinistration of
1he1 mbli af1"lhrs. The1 Racl pr~r
t are lk a boy playing blll--they
have( I io three 4trikos am thevy arv
"m. Te party is ia failure, nild is
unly ine0.1pab lt of giv-inl.g to th11e
it good g. o)neiir. As ln'
ats Ih )1re1.sencft kind of governmllent
l:aSts, there. will be ro blesh ween
the nitcs an. 11d tho ldoi-d eople
wiI Iw1y he8 tb Ihe soili'rers. This
reslti m th4 1 lie fact timt tI Ie St:Ite
gov ernm enY I IIII is wok, andi. the v white
Ipplha lol1i 14)-st. f(iir sympIathy for
Ilie lieg'uo, (P)n eoutil f the htoter's
v 1odu e I. ( :m1bhlrlain is, IIIol 11111st
11Waay he, jpowerl('Ss to give tie
mi4ople pI rnti ont )l 1, heranwe he has.
no1)t the conilliilce of the better por
tion of the Shtat, alld hvaelraui e he is
too uniihL of at coward t o ta I vrthee
rtn' I ('r sI in)(i. At I.he AhhbevilleI
111111 i mII ee]I n g,1 there was ao
. p 8 le distrba 11 n ).le, m)14.lt1. was
tune," d lo go upon1 t ho str-et ai(
<euit th i crowd, ut11, h t(fe 1refued.
I went. a n thea ze was Io i11n
Of di-turb-1 . The '1L people wanIt ,
11 g)vernor1 'whO enn anid will prote"t
thv. CI nb1)2(rlain id Ii' i to do
Iso. As long as the prevsent, had
..)vernmenllvt L ontinuefs thle hhick.;
will sutl'or, nalal I heY d eserve( f sulf
fer;. The pni-senlt. Iadical leadeI , rs
vaare nothing" for thvinl. Chmaher(11
lainu limeclf hias ia privitte vailt inl
N York, inl which he keeps flt
m1on11y he has imade otut of the
lopl of S. mh Carolina. Cham
heaiinilt :1d t1h1!e lldicals have lid
wvithl ha1'ving saidl that B sulpportedl
1ihunpt, becau.1se [ fear-ed losing
imny propty xv and prili:p; iiy life, if
1. oppo)Sed him. This is at liv, "1nd(
Cl;IInb(ratiI is guilt v 1f it. The
11lo t ltgtIt towe li tlesclves
idi to rigru toP votIe with.1 the D emo
tltif jnu-t v four IH:4n14on and1 uii l ot
re, f thei St -te titlo I. Thiey w 11
hie ini ill resjpets be(tt42r clii when
the Dein!ot'r.,t i I icket i.' ceected. I
have in my jpo)8.ss~~iin evideince.~
wlt not di:wIlose it. :at this tiine. As:
12 in is far inii or.' i W\ere hbi; s '.
1)mt1 inll1 .iun~pts hlyl, thle latter
wouild hi. at. onle Iiiteni ouit--.i4
en~eti:,n 4irges the ipp~: to
wuik harid d for lii .he einit ic caus~.
TJim coloredt~ p(hplt shioul try th
Iimi oi*ra 1s, andt if thle party fail ti)
dot whnst is right, *he shboil hurl it
hh-~ ever comeui the b lactks should14 be
1p:2n-id, : ii1 the coP )'~ t witoe lead1
ers; ih: ivein to the wal.
*The s-e l concluidedl wit ha
'wi)k wita a will for the1( .la-oiu ra'1ti
Theii 81peech1 of Jiudge C2ook wast i:n
'oie, andI~ we regr-et I at we canneti; 1
givye ai fuller repo1rt of it. Hie was
frteutly intierrup)tetl wit I hplausie,
and2( as~ he tok his8 seat1 the( c'trow
: vt him I three00 roing1f cheersi.
that1 I a me1ssiage 141111 m f411 romn Juidge
Mu-key, sla.1ng thit lhe woul be
ujinbl e I..> at tend t, in cons)0( oiee of
ThIle next8 pe.kher wasi
m.I-. 1. 1). iNm ny.
Hett( li counencted b y rebtiting the
hie irstI eniter ed London. Whien
losked how~ ha: hikod thle city, lie said,
"I1 shouhill like to luntider it." So
the ltdlicls halve sen) our State,
and1( they have14 carr~iedl frlly inlto(
imy11 the so-:e1al scheme1s. of'1 pul1ie
b ., the Italictal-the Land Conini ii
81021, 1 he .lFma~oinil hioard, thei Sinik :
inig Fuind, etc. All the depar4.tmenfts
ol the S a.ta govermiinnt are fai lures.
I scoo srystein) is a farce. The
Their inlternai1lLaffairs haive b~eeni
wVretchledly nana.llged(. In shiort,
all the <1iepatmenC~t of the Stato
governm~lent haive'boon had~t y mani
faiihuir. ThoIi pop1lO domand171 reformi,
anfd they can get it only throuigh the
D~emocr-atic party. L~t every man~1
do his duty, wvork diligently, and
the State wdl be redeomod.
INext wias introduced4
coJ,. J. 1'. TrnOMs,
well known in Fairfleld anidin South
Carolina. lit e(xpress86d is gri- i
lication at being amon~ig his former !
friends of South Carolina and of :
Fa')irlield. lie said his present workl
in life forbidR his active participa
Lion in p~oliticis, but lie always an
sweoed the call of duty, and lie wIVW
here in responseo to an invitation of
those from whom he esteenmod it a
high honor to receive' it. He ad
verted to the Reconstruction moas
uras. and stated thaV. being one of a
I!11'ozn1itkeo slli~ by LW-1 Ilirlid c ut
0 ,l"1)H ll21t tO""I'l IA-fore '11 I2 d
le lit * theii lredictod jil11 theo
41inotjc 111d (lims1trous co( idition of
ifiur ow existiiig ill So rth Cu o
ina. '112( sysf .eii of gov erlnent
21)1lgth1tA It(IM vo111.illlodl by tile
Ra:UiC21ls ill South Catrolilna is both
IlII118011 11(1 dll ph111i10S01dlic1, and1(
A. ean ot last. TJ'o lioiwst peopl1e1
tud eNwicll lsjteo1. Oti mother1118(
Iiep 111), )l21cilig lijoll lher jiersolt
Oloe )1O I- Obs of1 piurity, mill( ill
hvr lii i. I t ho twoptret of 2)1 (311 power.
1,110 V.M1lst- of 1.11( IDu.I0CIrtcIY is niot
tielIC:M ill 1776 2122( 181.2, or
IVV32 tha t of tit2(! Souith inil 180,0.
")ItvVVS!; iIt po 1sitive nvc:-48ity. 'l'Io
41 ili ti~mo tt (I ~ l.ojple should th( - -
I20 (lele~ted, Nvil I be h-tt11 l I ciil I,
110 there.10 leiiSI21) toullillg.1 o what 1
mi-Its tley may bo. AlI1j)Cled. Wo
Intuit1 \\ill i1 1)Q21(li victory. Thir-o
is groa:t 1211)1 for the future. '1'o
psp10p3 inutt work, reioivillg to will
-mid11 they Shaltll Wvill.
At Lio (31050 of Col. "IVo1 , 21 d
[-Ito c~row~d rel)Jirl~ Ito tile t.ihlcs,
fVlrc t boilntifukl .8 Spreald.
O11e 1)211y did bo 0 a 111(1
[lto vi!tlli11H,. tile-') . ft~ice.
ELverytIiiig 1ihliit tile titbieN wags
Illost 21011-b1V 1u1.112v'1ed. After
dlinner. there wure( 21(11resmsby Capt.
~2[ ~h~t qoI(2 ((1%,i on, Col(. Camneron,
Gtpt Sblr.M.. B.hrice, 2a1nd
Major W~oodlward. \e wish we had
Hplice to givet thii. spomj3(3P11 ill full.
Thles' weoV( 2l1111 iIof Strol.oi hoillm14
1111i oIf 121)10 for till S1Ite. Jlblgro
(jook.) also( made112 a. fow aldditional: re,
mar11ks, dhirute ex4S ':i1si~vly to 1.11(
(,1~2ioie01(i pe[21(3. ire Ic vas in tero
by3. 1)3' i ].2'ill (CII i-cr, a121 iglioman 1
512011 )Jieivc1il (lin Im(lifiviail. Tile
It. wais davI NShu wl tii 123Iiiet-i g
1dj:212'11e11--%v-wth I 1-ve( r11lIcfIII",
c-I cerm for Ra i :)) P12--aI21 11 alll1
M4. niigait fivhre was2 it ,,crena~de, l11LI
)4j)Cclcs wV(.1-0 (hh lvl'U( b Iy ( tt222(ra1
iBrafiton, Co( lonel ,1' * 1112 lft.*, 1 . 8.lii
18)11.0, E82 j.. 1111 121lmdrs. 11 fwas
I wel t o'clock 1 2tfo n1 1.1e Icrm Cl (l213
pol-'2((1. 'do elOil 021 I 1 2 re :11l thatt
Ole ciir day, proc' ill'V "I.2(('. j12 ve W22( IL
-n-11 ('lcIC1 f 1'1N12 'tI