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WINNSBORO, S. C.
WVZADAY, JVLY Y8, : : : 1878.
A. XrArHr DAYIA, BD!TOR.
JYO X. BZrYOLDB. ASSOCIATR EDITOIt.
PO,ITIOS AT RIDGE WAY.
General Kennedy Delivers an Address
on the Duties of the flour--A Speech
from Captain Gaulard.
Some weeks ago a resolution was
adopted by the Ridgeway Demon
cratic Club, requesting Gen. J. D.
Kennedy, the Chairman of the
State Executive Committee, to in
struct them on the duties of the
hour. General Kennedy accepted
the invitation, and the time was
fixed for the 20th instant. Invita
tions had been extended to other
clubs, but on Friday evening copious
rains fell, and many farmers were
kept at home in order to take ad
vantage of the season offered them.
Still, a fair crowd assembled, and
the club proceeded to the stand by
the old school-house spring, the
place where politioal gatherings are
always held. There was a small
sprinkling of ladies on the grounJ.
The audience hiving assembled,
Presidant Charles E. Thom is rose,
and in a few graceful remarks intro
duced General Kennedy.
General Kennedy's Address.
General Kennedy, on rising, was
greeted with applause. He thanked
the club for the invitation, and
remarked that the meeting remind
ed him of what Mrs. Partington
said of the funeral of Abel. It was
small, but eininently respe-.
He then entered into the subject of
his address and spoke for fifty
minutes. The following is an im
perfect synopsis of his eloquent
remarks. He said :
I am heartily rejoiced at the in
terest you have r.vinced in politics
thus ecrly in the campaign. Upon
the elections this fall depend mat
ters of vital importanco to the peo
ple. The orator, Burke, has said
that the heart of the citizen is a
perennial spring of energy to the
State, and it is well that every
citizen, laying aside for the moment
his other duties, should attend pubi
lie meetings, and keep himself
abreast with the politics of the hour.
More especially is it important at
this hour, for the State is not yet
safe. Those who are inclinel to
rest supinely on their paist achieve
muents, and to lull themselves into
socurity, are pursuing a course
fraught with danger, anid he who,
stands back while she calls, is stab
bing his mother in the vitals. Let
us take a retrospective glance at the
history of South Caaolina after
reconstruction. In 1870, the people
of the State, in opposition to their
feelings, entered into the guberna
torial race with a Republican at the
head of the ticket. Again, in 1872.
they pursued a similar course, and
supported Reuben TL'ml in son for
that high position. In 18741 the
good people of the State again
rallied to the support of Judge
Greene, and again they failed to ac
complish the result for wvhich they
had labored. After these repeated
concessions and repeated failures,
the people determined never again
to coquette with the Radical jade,
but with a firm belief in the right,
TNET aAISED TnEIR OWN BANNERls
aloft, and under their own lea:lers
went forth to victory. We rememsi
ber the events of that campaign,
how the people suffered every spe
cies of outrage without resistance,
and how their self composure gained
for them the plaudits of the world.
Then, in the trying times succeed
ing the seventh of November, their
continued forbearance, their self
control, their obedience to the law,
won for them still greater -renowvn,
and for their leader, Hampton,
lasting glory, Let us review the
blessings that have resulted fronm
this change of government. 'Tho
public debt has been honorably ad.
3usted. The schools are prospering
under enlightened and honest offi
eials, and with a proper distribution
of the funds. Justi'ce is rendered
every where and to every class of
people. The Stata t:ixes ha-'e been
reduced one half. Thre State offices
are filled by men of integrity and
responsiblity. The cortrup)tion and
alt whchmade South Carolina the
synornym of evil throughout the
world, lpve boon all removedi, and
Soiuth Carolina has again taken bor
place pfire and . unsullied in the
honoraIje sisterhood of States.
Ba6w p, Weshal .s)du
peabicg of jolciuig for thio. redem~p.,
tion airo y.aohieved,'we.have yet
tbo task-before uts - of binding
tond the work a aian ofadam,ant
that will not break. wh-tever be the
forces arrayel agiinst it.
To ENsUiE THE c331eLcrlos
of this gre it work the fuud in'n tal
principles of the pi.ttfoirii o" 170
must b- reaffilumd anl cIarri:.l oat,
for on that platform we achieve. a
glorious victory. The platform
contained a few broad principles.
We asked to stand on a common
platform with us, all the bonest
citizens of South Carolina. We
pledged ourselves to lniesty anl
economy in the administration of
the State government. Ttis plat
form w s catholic in spirit and broad
in princip:e, so broad and so deep
that thousan]s who had not before
called themselves Democrats raliie I
to our assistance, and by their aid
we edeuleel the Stute. It place l
us in full accord with the greit
Na tional Denocrac v ; while in
accepting as fin dities the issues of
the war, it ti n"-,d its back on the
past and directed us to the fitu e.
On tais sale pl etforu must we g.>
forth ag tin to vietory. The in
jection of any extrezie p>lank will
tend to cut the tlr'ats of the
Democratic p.rty. W 1ist not
c!t off the thous.tuis of votcs that
aided us in 1876. We nee..l thi1Ju
sands more. Th ere nc; I be n)
feir th:tt thlis ulem tu !Will us.sume
con,trol of the p trty and sh-ipo its
destinlics. The wiites will alvia
direct. But we want to hu)>.k t:hv
le->ple to ai w ith hooks of steel. I
h:ve g.et respect f, all tie
Dem->)::. iin t: s: st. b I 1u
say' til . '-.a lia ga tia .f0an
su1h li:r-sh 117 iS:'.y as aI pro.
pose(d by ce rt :l^in mtihrs O f tae
p irt".. se d.i twd d :.o1 of tIle State.
We ht't;e baee.a p)-ac I in pcu1 r
relition i witi t 1.. col->r l y ;>i,
and it would be m:adnle:., tJ tutn
our backs on them. With
HoNr.ST wiu rzg . N1) iN \ I:N r ~. \cI:s
clos:elv ui tc 1 in dlef,):le. ' ,o 11. b e
and1 ho:ne rule. we can bid etl in t
defimin.' to ea.ret-b i rs, s<- 1:
wags ati1 ;an1y ot,ir a1't,."
elez elint tilat t1 2v S sl: Gur destl'tt
Not only should we adhi?'e to onl'
platforn, but we shoul1 rt;int J:1
striet party discip1in1e. V.'i'e 1",
mtan shunld shavishlv bind i.un it'
to z.nother. the pub ic we fa.,d
m1:1ad- that iien:'e shou.I be.
'enlldere.1 to C.u-l t tituted ant h ri tv.
There in t he an ova. liin x
powyer to direct the p liev, aht,l 1
should be acq iesce 1 in by all.
W'hceever a ma:j'rity spos the
linr. 'tv nmst yield. olh'rwise
a p irty benomes a imob. A .tin, our
ranks must be li 1.1. Everv mnan
who h-s not joincd nmst b: in 1-t:. 1
to d so at ~!m-e anl 1 thus aid his
weight and influence In behalf of the
ri:;ht. If any ce:lent of d:se.>rd
exist, let it ,e heale 1. Lc- the
in the s3eetio:I of "in .h 1 i~t Let
nio loc'l pjudi(.ce or' 'Ln' s e~tia
feeliniig infIulece your selec'tion.
n:::r ii:N ii>a: ciIo* n:
wvhoever' they are, n1 frosm what
ever secition1 of Lt eiuty I ther' may
comimI. Ani i he:' le m~ i ~ eo, 'za iit
late you onl thu tw> representa1 iti ves
you hid in tKmu list i i" ue
They di I t n'i'r a~. ity wl,a I can~
testify, andi di,i huonor to F airli2l I.
As GiJvern >rl H u1 n Mn b nu s lii1, on
thme c!! LVra'2:r of ta L :.1 'itue
depends the for'tunel of tha pat
anid of the St te. S~h>uld thle
Radlicals sue0 ccd in the ell'>rt they
areo making of catptturng ' that b>dy,
the hands of the executive will be
tied. But by filling all oflihcs with
h.>nest, comipetent officialsm, the
work of redemption will be com,~
plete. Let us then rally to the
conflict, and not merely gain a
victory, but achieve so overw helira
ing a ti iumphl that the hyd1ra-hu~eae
m'dJoLte of Radicailismi will never
again be seen in this fairi land.
Again lot mel w li'n you tht theo
welfaire of the State is indIissolub):y
connected with the, fortunesi of
the National Demonrat.c party
and that South Carolina will not b'e
perniiniently safe until a Deimo
crlatic pr'esident is installed in the
WVhite House. Tfhe great contest
will take plaice in 1880, anld this is
but a pi ehiminuaI3 y kii mish. A!)
the e,ffuitls of P'adicalismn are dir'ect,
ed to a victory at that time. If you
haive wautchied events for the past
year, you ha~ e Eeen the puirposeo of
theo Repubblean party in the United
States. in the dlistanlce steer's a
black craft floating at its miast hoad
a bloody s;hirt, and on its dock, sur.
ronpded by adventurers and p~oliti
cal pira tes stnds Ulysees S. G3rant.
Already t.he organs are shouting for
a third ternm, already the -leaders of
t'he Republican party are calling for
tae "mian on horseback" to
save theta from utter political runin
and death. That partyhas outlived
its day. It has forfeited all claimns
upon the people, hnd' its 'hold can
be retained-only -by -.violence -and
,fi.and. The renommattiom ofGrn
is no tri1ing'thi-ng flQ beA* 'g.-e
u9OUS ( ;i v .!l of ri it 1. \ ithl thi.i
dlng;er il:np,endinlr it be ooves the
SoUth :n St:ites to fll m): e
prouptly thin 'ver ii, ;un, -nIi I to
presen1t i s> lid f.'),t m11 cl :!f of
the liberty they i.ave w\en:u.).l fr.jm
a bitter uu.elenting; foe.
, for one, do not believe that this
revolu tionary attetllp) will hucceo,d.
I have faith in the conser"vatist of
the people of the United States. In
the histo:v o i n> o::li t )1ry will it
be fotun.1 thit in thirteen veas
after the cloSl of a detspira.tu) cV"l
1lict, tweUtv..::i ;ht personsIIl wh.I >
V ie ipn the:r e itrs the w: c.t
u hi:2 -rilita:y otli--e in the .FetVi-n
of thle lost c.u.e, weo at: vely pr
ticip) :tin:. in the r.tvcst c uncis cf
.te nation; wh:;ile t:.e 1lOOtd (J n.)
lne aft!-r th suriren er ex >i c.c:.1 tis.
alleged iolitical tfATnce. This cir
CtumSt:ainCt de:nnst rates the spirit
of the pe,-ple of the Unite.l Status,
and averts the datger t.hreitene,l
by the deperate and bafilld eon
FFiI'ator's. Nevertheless, it is the
luty of the D.-i->cntev of the
Unlitel States tj gain so overwhel,
inl, a Vietolry at the polls in 1878, as
to it;:;v de.troy all hopes of a
reviv.l of R idicl dism in 1880.
C uc:llsiOn, let me again c:ll
your itt;(.ll;iil to the responsibi ity
d :v.)ivmflr on Vo;l. [he tti.tlI you
have ul ler-.)m hlav given you
hrad t.lr views and'inive taught you
1 . -m.ol. You must be j:ast to
I) brow the ic is Of )rotec
1 n aud a:1 chlasses. Thle eam
1)L.;r:t is n->t vet be 'un. B:t after
the meerti. ' Of t:e Atturgust C)nven
tion it will be ini-urated. Thon
:i over )Otith Crilin_t let the pe>
ple assernbhh- together as in 1876
and pour out freshs lib:ttions, ai
Let their letrts be awloV with
p tti >tic der V ji n toi their commnon
Iuoer .AI.i. th,i t he sun sh:ll sct
on the lfith of N ,vemb1u-u r upon a
mte liitll I e ,emed, : .- i
people b:tppy and f.ce. (Applause.)
Rena: ks by Capt. Gaillard.
Tile presi ut next introduced
iplt. Hl. A. Gaiil:a:d. who premlis.rd
by saying he wlo, I flit mlit 1i muc^hl to
the ctpi(lttent rn ks of the gentle
ain iho h t.l p: " .lc.1 hiai. lHe
rev:\v(ed the c ) Ii :i ):1 LI'm ptirty
in 1876, :tul s:olws1 t It te task
thi. year was on. of lrs difli'ulty
t:lo;g:l of ec: el imp-)rtal.e. IIe
be lieved th,;t it should be under
st 3 .i U1n- f r :dl ti it whilile equitY
an 1 j tstice .:h )t! I be nte I out to
all, t Ce DO.n")c:ats w l 1 never
"nffer' the g.tven'a l' t. ) g > iack
int') thei h tn I o f tho p3 >)le hI.)
hI tvo di-sra -e and ridi.,. 1 the
Si :tt. In crnti'aiin hie wanull
ph e.14e the ch.irm tn of the State
Ex'ecutive CJim:nittee0 th tt wion the
wo;d comes thi it Kershaiw has re
deemfilA L:usf fromu RI idie ii inte,
the re-u'>n.ie willi ha s2nt b wk th .t
F.zi:fi :1d h:-s g ,ina 1 a s till g:eit
Mr. 11. M ans D -.is an.] C Llpt. C.
E. Tfho.n aS were~ C die3 ifa, butt d12
(:ine I t.J de': tiu th:1 aLs.dm'>l:rgo :ay
lGeir0. T[':l mehingi then ad
After tic spar) kin i G ae.l TK -.
nedIy an .1:1 fr.v iniito I g d 0sts to ,k
dlinnQt att Mhr. WV. J. Da.vis. Dua-ng
the d.ay th3to were a nu n'>ar of
candi lates on thie g:o In 1, whoi
wo'e e mn iking h ty wai:ej t:e s ti
shone, an i d n >t de <i.it even ater
a refreshing show~er camlel up. The
candidattes aire fi-st rato follows, and
it is *L great p)ity all cannot be
It is ho:ped that Ge*neral Ken
nBy' address will be produIctive of
giood, thhughl not much is required
required to miake Ridgeway do0 herI
dutty. 1Her sons have never been
I iggairds. They have mnade~ a goodl
reor)Ot at all elections, and will do
so agiin. General Kennedy's ad
dress wasIL very eloquent, and the
synopsis given above does not begin
to (:> it j'ustico, ats it preseblets
merely the ideas advanced withont
having the graceful flow that chiarac.
torizcs General Kennedy's u tteran.
* ovrucGAROIINA.NE Wa.
Groonvitille has to many dogs.
Spar-tanburg votes for the pri..
The Aiken Jour'nal says there are
sixty-six marriageable spinstbrs in
Beaux are scarce on Sullivan's
Island this year, but belles are
-*It-ia-now.. proposed to have a
reunian-of thd decond South Caro..
lina A4ilery.at:.Bejivoll soo6i.
IMr. -FrAnk Bradley, of the -Pick
('l's iSentinrl, is a cnndidalnto for the
it.l, Senatte 11rom Picktous.
Th'll Kntighlts o:' It ,n>)r Ll
1(rern'ly (r;zI);Vdvtd ill (:hIr!ctonl, is
inl it l i,ti ii ngillr, cond'' itn.
The DorI)ceracy of E brcrfiulhl pro- a o(: lrt,,wt1 t1 1
unIl t:peoch:les. the 12,ii of Au:.ust.
Five whites and one negro woro
s"nteneced by Jndr"e Thomuson at
Geo getown, last woek, to be halged
T1:o ri'l of W1illiant Gaihs, oft
S i!n.1-t River, w -H bueno. one night
lust woo!ck-h>:, " t3Jl ; no insur"
:1( n H: su)ppse.1 illou (iar'y.
T1'(( Somtn't (ori');er ells- for
r ,tat"ion in tilico, the eleetion of
c ay t. mali)r, trcasurer and crital
j'1!;iro by the Pit..
G -ner;l Brr ors progres
on the Greeot .;<l Autista
Railroad, 'ut a ;,;t we tthor
iet"cnts thleir~ ettit ast nrnch>
work done as when the days were
Large sales indicate tho tn1orits of
all guod articles. Druggists sell
tuore of Dr. Ball's Baby Syrup than
of all other remedies for the cure
of Baby Disorders. 25 cents per
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CH A RLOT5 lNS~TiTTE
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
RE&V. \V3r. R. ATKINSON, ParcrPAL.
Asesioni flgins15 epte muber 12,1878.
TFRsSAItAI CAL.DWEI L. WiTTEI' and the
j1. Mt-.es IEIEN ann iIEti LONG have
nfl,ed5 th dir Schiosn with the Instituto.
Milss llELEN LONG is to be the Lady Princi
apo h Preparatory D)epartmett,, which wIll
undrier separate and immediate super
M H.DEWEBY cot Inues her connection with
the Institume tn the Diepart,modts of 31usio and
DIt. At 0 Y8 13IDEZ, late Professor of Dana's
Alu.icaltnstitute, Ohio, a dilstingCulshed. teacheor
of Vocal and Instrumental 3lutslc, of Harmony
Thorough-base and Oohestration, and himself
an aut,hor of a Text-Book on Pfano.Forto teach
ing, hats also been engaged i or tho Department
In the Department ,of Mtodern Languages,
there will not, onlf"beh thorough instruct Ion'
but the advantago of a correet, pronunclatlorn
ftrom a Tfeacher whose native language is the
An experIenced and Well-qualied teacher
from the North has been engaged for the Do.
partment of PaInting and Drawing.
The Principal 18 determined that the 1nstitute
halbe second to none in the Soth as a,
Boe.ordinlg and Day-School of hIglugr 9 in every'
Department. .. .. .,..
For terms as to Board~ and 'TUltfon'pd it.r
.ther informiation, dresthe Pri -
Iualy 20..1 . . n ilot. , 0.
'Tire friou.li of CAPT. J. D. 1IO(IAN
nom1 heartily endorse iin for the ofllco
,f sha'rilY at the niuing eleotion- -unbjoet
0 tilm ation of the Dotnooratio party.
jun-it l7-'atf A'fANr VOriuns.
'the friends of 0API'. HAYN-Iii Y. 1c'
NfR,i1t1N rnnpootfully nnounce himi as'
a canlilato for Rlieriff' --;lject in the'
.tulion of t.h 1)emoeribei pa. ty ati th'
primuary uledtion.. jun'u 8 ittf
FOu S EmIFF.
The friotr Is of Iit [tIC[lARD' 4. M1c
MAS) Elf r'spocti'ufl'y preseHe hi, zTunte as
a candidate for sheal' at tho c ni'ing 'lec
s ieA---Btnbject to the action of the Di mo,"
eratic' parEy irr the pri'w'iry eleotion..
jui-y 9-xt tf
FOA SCHOOL COMMISS19NE.
Pleane ailnounco B. IL. ROBE'lV'SON'
as a candidate for School Commissione
at tlie enauing eleotion-subject to the
action of the Don'eoi'atio party at the
juno 4-txtf MYtu FRr.NDS.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
Ata meeting of 6Se (reonbrier Dono=
eratic C!ub, held June'8, 1878 the fol
lowing resolution was adopted:
Revolved, That we prese*t the- ol'aimu
of DRI. T. B.- McKINSTIY foe a seat ir
the Legislature from this county, and'
reconuend his election.
Extract from the mintltes.
S. R.- RUTLAND;
june 18-tf Seretary.
Messrs. diiors:-Please annoiunree the
namo of MR. JOHN D. MoC&RL,EY for'
sheriff, subject to the Action of the Demo
cratic party at the prinmry etecti'on. Mr.
MoCarley is thoroughly qualified for theo
office, and will fill it acceptably to all
july I1- tf MANY l'RrENDS.
FOR SCHOOL COAffSSOlEIr.
At. ti- last rogular meeting of the White'
Oak Democratic CMub, the following roso
lution was adopted:
/elreed That. this Club- no-mi-ate MR.
JOHN VINSON as a eanditite for the
ofli e of $eho:i Comnruissioner of Fair
tield county -subject to the action- of the
lemo)antfo Clubl in the' primiry election..
S. It. JOH NSTON.
jult' 11-xtlt President.
FOR THE LEG ISLATURE.
At the last regular meeting of the
White Oak Democrati'o Club, the- follow
ing resolution w's adopted:.
Resolced, Tha-t ttifs Cu-b nominate MR..
THOMAS S. Bt:ICE for re-election- to a
seat in the Hfionse of Rlepresentatives
from Fairlield county--subj.ect to the
acti.n of the Deniocratic Clubs il the
i.rimaruy e etion.
july '3-trilt Frosident.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE.
A t a mo ting~ of'the laXdand'1 D':mocrat
ic Club of township num.ber six, held on
thle 28th of April, 1878, the following.
resolut ion was adopted:.
R~esolved. That this CYuh,. rhegnring
the fitne-sa- an-l ability of Hion. 21. A.
Gaiilhlrd as, a represenitative,- hiereby
noinate him as a, eund'idatie for ro
Extract frm the minntes :
A. J. LA'-M-AT,
may 16---txtf Secretary.
FOR THE LEGISLATURfE.
Mecssrsq. lUor:-Please annoinn-o H. A.
GAIIILARCD as a cnudidato for uhe House
of Representaitives, at the~ coming de.
tion . The course or Mr. Gaillard ill ptb.
tic life has given general satisfaction and
dlone honor to old Fairfield. In recogni
Lion of his services it is but proper that
le should be sont to the Hlouse at the
next election. This nomination is made
entirely withlout the knowledge of the
maly 16--tf MANY FIENDS.
FOR SCHOOL COMMISSIONER.
Messrs. Estiors:-Please annonnce RIEV.
WILLARD ICHARDSON a. a candi
dlate for the position of School Comnmis
siooer at the ensuing election. This
gentleman has, by his official course
during the past two years, shown him
self to be a faithful,, zealous and eflont
officer; and the educational interests of the
county ean beat be advanced by retain
ing him in his present position. MRt.
RICHARDSON is a regularly enrolled
member of the Winnsboro Demoeratio
Club, and will abide the result of the
july 11-xttf MANT DnMOOnATs.
LEATHEB 1 LEATHER !
W TE have on hand a full stoe,k of Sole,
VVHarness, Upper, Russet, Kip and
Calfskin Loather, which we will sell very
HIDES I HIDES !
Highest markcet prie. paid for hides.
Bring them to us.
ap)ril 25 5. F. MoMASTEft & CO,'
fa~ad4ree N LIL Y'.W6,
Atlant, Georgia. - --..= 154 3