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iby th? late Col. .las, A.;lioyJ.)
I*pnveljlng nn.l dedication of the
m.'.. ni in Un- Cblckaraauga battle*
C#h)eh south ? .-ii. ri ii,;, u erect/
_ her ?Olm who fougiit and who
dli? Ou timi histor!.. sprit ?Ul luke
.MM- May -ll, liidi. TU? dut? wax
arranged HO that ta> veterana, Hon?
and Others geing to the Memphis re
iih?0b, cjuld -easily ?top over and take
part. The ChK-Uatiiauga eommlHHloa
h?tend Cirougb tbc prow ortho 3tatK
a oofdial invitation tn all thc ntl
ii#?n? of Som h Carolina to Join In tho
Jiiont inion-s iw and Interesting <or
For the : convenient;?' ot Veterans
Roba, the 8tate volunteer troops und
*Utcitlr.enH attending th? Southern
ftllw?y han made sp?cial arrungo
hJHhia and thlx route will be the of
?lCl?l foute. They will announce the
tutea Of leaving various points and
T.h? official train will he run down
Ile .tallou, near the baitlotleld,
.'ipout a half mlle from the Hite
t. South Carolina monument, and
the.distance can be eaally walked, but
itrawgetnents will be made for tho
hgcKe to carry over mich visitors as
prefer riding and paying.
t the station toe procession will be
3 by Gen. J. W. Cornish, Chief
.?. South Carolina volunteers,
?ffet?, trcops, under the command of an
?r Xo oe designated by Adjutant
?ons of Confederate Veterans,
... command of Walter H. Hunt,
y ^V?t?rans bf South carolina Dl
*~ i*V. C. ts.
Distinguished guests Mn carria
" columns will will march by the
kitting along the southern base
dgrass range As they ?trike the
house they will a large mark
tie tb- 10th and liith South
regiments fought, for three
OP Snodgrass range above this
Gathered tinder and around the
scarred flag of the 10th South
regiment, which led them tb
on tho heights above, will
visiting. Veterans of that com*
The procession will salute and
ps lt passe* the group of ne
ther on th a similar marker,
the 24th South Carolina regi
n?d Culpepper'B Sfttfery fought
one mlle lo tho n.irthfeast of this
gnd near lt the Vags and men
gol last co.itmtnds. Again,
r on os the road to the South
a monument 'caros the main
e found another1 marker tb
of tal mtm of Kerehaw's Bri?
3d. 7th, Sth and 15th South
^?L- r?giments and James' South
'bataillon fought for five
-nodgrkss Range above the
TO? tlWtleflag and heroes or
will oe saluted,
rocesaloft pow arrives on the
saefjr? Ito the valor and tho
by I^ttl^BPvl>*>xlng oomt>llpy'
J1TED ?nSi?3 TIN CLAD GUN!
worin of South <'anilina'* sons, for
li wan that over which Kershaw
swept, as he drove the eneniv hark
to their last stand on tho ridge.
Arriving at the monument the vet
erans will pass- to tho front, the State
Volunteer troops saluting.
Tho Park Commissioners will have
erected a lurge ?tage and sufficient
seating -capacity for the veterans and
ylsltora. Gov. Mcsweeney, governor
pf the'State and chairman of the com.
mission, will preside.
The meeting will be opened with
prayer by the Rev. Dr. J. II. Thorn
well, 'luiplain General South Carolina
Division C. C. V.
Gen. C. I. Walker who won distinc
tion on this and other battlefields,
now the beloved commander of the
South Carolina Division C. C. V., and
who has taken a deep Inter-sp and
materially aided In the accomplish
ment of the memorial about to be ded- '
teated, and a leading member of the
commission Wil. deliver the historical
Addresses will bo delivered by the
Hon. I). S. Henderson of tho Senate,
and Col. J. Harvey Wilson of the
House of Representatives, through
the liberality of which bodies. South
Carolina has done this justice to her
An address will then be made by
tb*? General, now the beloved Risiiop,
Ellison Capers, who served on the
battlefield with lils weil known gal
lantry; Rlshop Capers* address will
lead up to the unveiling which will "^e
done by four young ladles, represent
ing each one of the South Carolina
commands engaged in the battle
Miss Elberta Bland, a grandaughtar
nf the distinguished Elbert Bland, who
gave up his life fighting with Kershaw :
on Snodgrass Range. i
For tho 10th and 10th South Caro
Ifnn regiments-<M1BB Ada Orie Walk- !
er, a granddaughter of Gen. c. I. i
For the 24th South Carolina reg?- ?
ment-MIBS Marie Du Pre. grand niece *
cf Col. H. Stevens, who so gallantly i
led the 24th South Carolina regiment I
In the battle, and also the grand nieco I
of Col. Ellison Capers, who suceeded i
Col. Stevens In command of the reg- '
For Culpepper'o Battery, Miss -.
As tho ribbons are pulled the cover i
will fall and show one of the hand- 1
Eoment monuments In the Park. It is t
built of South Carolina granite, and j
a flt emblem of the heroic stand made
by the South Carolinians on the ifield I
-on either side ia a bronze statue, or
iginal, and made especially for this <
work, an Infantryman on ono side, and i
an artilleryman on the other.' South <
Carolina had no cavalry tn the bat- !
tie. , ?
Crowning the whole is a bronze pal- l
mc tu? of exquisite workmanship, sur- t
passing in truthfulness to nature the i
Wonderful bronze palmetto at the i
State House. i
On the front of the upper stone ls i
the atveild ot South Carolina in ,
Tile Inscriptions are as follows:
On tho front composed by Bishop i
E OF THE UNITED STA
BOAT CRICKET, CLOSE RANGE TJ
The Flagship in 1864
i'ap'T?. with grand simplicity:
To her Tait li ful "sons at Chickamuiiga
Urectl thia Monument to Cemmemo
ra??' the valor they proved and
tin- lives they gave on this
On tV- hack:
Ker sha Wa brigade, Second South
Carolina regiment, 8th South euroli
nu regiment, ll?th South f'arollnu rea
inp ni. Janies' Srd Souttl Carolina Itu
tallinn: Killed 6*?; wounded 438; III?HH
Manigaull's brigade/ loth Souti.
Carolina regiment, consolidated; kill
ed mortally wounded 40; wou?dei
Glut's brigade, 24th South Carolina
regimes killed 43; wounded 114,
Culpepper'a battery, wounded 14.
The total height of the monument
ls 33 feet, Tho work was done by thc
Stewart Stone Co., columbia, S. C., and
reflect:; ihu highcKi credit on theil
MrtiHtic taata und ill.
Aroiiud tiie monument is u 12 foo'
circular pavement of cement, faced
As soon an the monument ia un
veiled (Governor Mcsweeney will turi
lt over to the Park commission an<
lt will te received by General Henrj
V. Boynton, chairman.
The ceremonies hnving ended, th?
crowd will disperse over the battle
Hold to study and admire them.
Thc ofllcjal trains will return tr
Chattanooga in the afternoon, and af
ter time for supper, etc.. the veteran
for Memphis will speed on their way
reaching that point early on the morn
lng of the L'Sth ot May.
The markers for South Carolin:
troops will be placed on the battlefleh
KerBhaw's brigade-On the slope o
Snodgrass Range, one for each of th?
For the 10th and 19th South Caro
linn regiments the position in genera
during the afternoon la shown ny lin
suns of Dent's battery on the crest o
tho ridge. Advancing from this polo
they made repeated charges on th'
'immy, and the point of furthest ad
rance la shown by the South Carollni
?or tbe 24th South Carolina regl
nent the market ia placed on Kelly'?
Farm near the "Bloody Angle," anr
lear the shell monument to their bri
sade commander, Colaultt.
For Gulpepper'a battery in the Por
leid, near the Georgia monument,
The battleflag around which the vet
rans of the 10th and 19th South Car
il tn n regiments w!i! assemble is th
?om and tatteied flag of the 10t'
3outh Carolina regiment. It waa sav
sd from the surrender most providen
tinily. At the battle of-Bontonville
the 10th South Carolina regiment, the;
commanded by Capt H. Z. Marilee
penetrated the enemy's lines, but ne
Inforcement* coming up the line wa
reformed and Capt. Marilee. Sergrcan
Albert A. Myers, bearing the flag an'
about twenty men, half of the regi
mont, so reduced waa ft. ware cut off
und they took o?? io lae swamp ant
.ogram of U: veii
@ by the Kevluw of Hevlew? coiripany.
OKHEHAZi AT.FJIF.D MOI TUN, O, ?. A., DB
1 I-sny.il ur LOUISIANA.
lld until night. Sergeant Myers then
hrew away the staff and put the flag I
inder lils coat. The party made their
ray through the swamp and got back I
o the Confederate lines. The rem-j
?ants cf the 10th and 19th South Car
lina regiments were subsequently
?onsolidated into Walker's brigadV
:nd so surrendered. When Col. Walk. I
.r returned from wounded furlough,
ie could learn" nothing of the 10th
(eglment's hag, that cf the 19th South
karolina being used at the Bataillon
:olors and at the surrender properly j
urrendered it as the flag of the bat-j
As ("ol. Walker rode out of the!
amp on the way home Capt. Harllee|
?anded him a package, giving it with
he express stipulation that it should
mt be opened until he reached his
tome. When lie reached home, be op.
med it and found lt wuu the flag of
he 10th South Carolina regiment. He
.as treasured it ?nest sacredly ever
ince. The upper half of the flag staff
B a piece of the flagg staff of Fort
tumter which waa used by Maj. An-1
lerson during the attack on the Fort,
Vpril 1861. It waa given by Col. Jo-1
icph Walker, the father or Col. C. l.
Walker, by Gen. Beauregard. Alto
tether the flag staff Is a most histori
cally valuable memento.
It was proposed to first loy thc cor
lerstone of the mnument before
he dedication thereof, but the
lab?rate Masonic ceremonies would
-.ave taken too much time for tho Hin
ted time available, so this function
The monument has a cornerstone pud
n it will be deposited:
1. Col. Dickt rt "a valuable sketch of |
2. Col. C. I. Walkert^Jrkluable
[ketch of the 10th South Carol&a ren
meht, typewritten manuscript '
3. Sketch of the loth and 19th |
louth Carolina regiments by Gen. EUI.
on Walker for Adjutant .General of j
4. Sketch of the ir.th and 24th
louth Carolina regiments, by Gen. El.
5. Sketch of Culnepper's battery;
6. Rolls of lath and 24th South |
karolina regiments and Culpepper's
lattery-the rolls of Kershaw's bri
gade being in Capt. Dickert'? book and j
>f the 10th South Carolina regiment In j
'ol. Walker's book.
A VALUED KKfcTSAKK
I faaia?NRien of Captain of Artillery j
Issued to a Boy of Thirteen
Mr. P. C. Gaillard of this city has a |
ommlsslon Issued to him by Gov
lampton in 1878 that he prizes very]
lighly. When the Democratic oanv
?sign party we-.' to' Anderson in tito
nemorable* campaign in . 1876 they
rora met by thousands of Redshirts
.nd many military companies, and by
i company of artillery .from Pendle
on cb rn pos ed of boys 12. or 13 years
f age. They had a small cannon
noun ted on two wheels and drawn by
hree small donkeys' in tandem. Mr.
.adlard, who waa then 13. was the ]
aptaln ot the company? In-appr?cia
ton of tills mark ot respect by the j
loyp. Gov. Hampton issue ' a-commlB
ion to the young captain which reads |
THE PEOPL. OF THE
STATE OF" SrjTJTrt CAROLINA,
BY THE GRA0E OF GOD
FREE AND* INDEPENDENT
STATE OF SOUTH- CAROLINA.
To Peter Cordes Gaillard, Greeting:
We. reposing special trust and con
vence as well in your patriotism, eon? '
tuet and loyalty, as In your integrity
,nd readiness to do us good and faith
bl service, have appointed and const}
uted. and by these presents do ap
?Int and constitute you Ute said Peter
Joroes Gaillard captam of the Young
Artillery Company. Eleventh brigade,
[hird division. Volunteer State troops
it South Carolina, ranking aa captain
rom March 27, 1878.
You are therefore to observe and
?llow auch ordere and directions aa
ou shall from time to time receive
rom our commander-in-chief of the
Hilliary forcea of our state or any
ither your superior officer, according
o the rules and discipline et war, and
?old raid office in the msaner specif ed
n and by the constitution and lawa
>f our said state, in pursuance of the
rust reposed in you. and for so do'a g
hts shall be your commission.
Witness Wade Hampton, governor
>f our aaid state, commanderin-ehtef
?f the military and naval forces of the
ame, at our city of Colombia, thia
:nd day of April, one thousand eight
lundred and seventy-eight.
E. W. Moise, Adjutant and Inspector I
2 cae ral, Wade ?Hampotn.
A very choice assortment
of Cut Glass awaits your
inspection here. Ice Cream
Trays, Bowls, Sherbet: fci
Glasses, Water Sets, in
fact, everything that
makes a complete, stock.
Many beautiful designs
are shown in Engraved
Vases-the glass is clear
as crystal. One dollar's
worth for every hundred
Westminster": Chimes in
Mahogany Cases. Mantel
Clocks .and Novelty
Clocks of all description.
The time is correct and
prices are right.
We carry all the high
grade watches, such as the
Hamilton, South Bend,
Howard, Etc., over 50 per
cent, of the watches car
ried by rairload men,
where inspection is en
forced are . Hamilton
watches, it is probably the
best American watch on
the market today. If you
need a dependable and ac
juratc timekeeper call
?round and let's lalk it
Dinner Sets in French,
German and Austrian.
China, either fancy or
white abd gold patterns, A
?most rigid-, inaction pf
our French China is made
before it leaves the house.
No flaws or watyeti d?thes
?fa tb fe^f?Witt
f The greatest car? is exer
cised in the selection of
our stock of Hand Decor
ated China Cake Sets,
Coffee Sets, Vases and
Iodd pieces that are the
finished product of artists.
People are not
at-first by their
wearing of a Dia
mond lends an air
of prosperity that
is far-reaching in
_________ its influence. The
Jewelry fact that d5a
For pretty designs, style, monds have ad
finish ?nd general quality. y d lm
we proudly boast of our
jewelry stock, A varied per cent in the last
assortment of Set Rings,. j proves
La Vallieres, Brooches,
set Pins, Etc.? at a moder-, ?M t hat they are a
aie price can bc found good investment
here. If you are looking If- t_ , 17 .
for a gift suitable for any ?- as Weli ?S3 being
occasion we have it. I ..^i a. c_a
?. vatua ute tut au
if you are in the
market for a stone
of high quality,
here is the place
* to bur it. Evfery
diamond is backed
by a guarantee
a guarantee back
ed byr kMI>#ledge
and a reputation
of 40 ye?r^?statid
A German Silver base
heavily, flated with ster
ling siiyer that is durable
and many times more ser
viceable than a light
weight of sterling silver.
Some of the pieces are re
productions of the old
Sheffield pateras. Com
potes/ Bon Bon Dishes,
Sandwich Trays, Meat
Platters, Tea Sets, Fern
The simplicity and grace
ful lines of fhe Colonial
Patterns in Sterling Silvet
uat ware have won favor
with the present genera
tion. OUT STRAT
FORD pattern ' ls purely
Colonial in weight and de
sign and wilt add beauty to
JOHN M. HUBBARD ft CO.
ANDERSON, S. C.
Vtesh Bags, Umbrellas,
Vanity Cases, Fans, Pic
ture Frames, Silver Pen
cils, Fountain Pens, etc.