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WHY TIM DESCRIMINATIO'N?
The News and Courier salIs iOe at
tention of represenlatives of thia Sou h
in Congress to what appears an un
warranted discrimination agaiust the
volunteers of the South. Not a single
regiment or military organization of
any kind from the' South has been
ordered to Cuba, and our contempo
rary adds point to this by sbowing
that "two regiments from Peunsyl
Yania, two from Wisconsin, one from
Ohio, one from Illinos, one from
Massachusetts and one from Rhode
Island, constituting a force of about
8,000 men, under command of Gen.
Wilson, were on the way from Chicka
manga and Camp Alger" to Santiago
to reinforce Gen. Sha4er. These
regiments were in Charleston at
the time 'the article in the News
and Courier appeared. Besides,
these regiments, an Illinois
regiment and a District of Columbia
regiment had already embarked at
Tampa roi the front. Our contempo
rary continuing says: * * "The 1st
South Carolina regiment was left
'bottled up like Cervera's fleet' at
Chickamauga without having received
a single gun, or a knife, or a fork, or
a canteen, or knapsack or shirt" to
equip them for service. Besides all
this it was noted, 'Gen. Brook's corps
will soon go to Porto Rico, but the
South Carolina regiment will uet be
in that corps' either,"
If the South Carolina troops were
the only ones slighted from the South
the discrimination would not so con
spicuously reveal the sectional lines,
but as the News and Courier 'very
-orrectly ays, the same thing is true
.of evey .oethern regiment. All 'of
.theiistcousads sett to Cuba -were
droa the northern States, and even
tihis would not have excited any comn
'nent or surprise, bat now when rein
* forcements' are going to the front,
.again not a regiment seath of Ohio is
sent to the front. Our contemporary
sis rery puzzled to know the
reason for this strange conduct of the
war, and it makes a good point when
it -says that itecan'tb he tat the South
whas not furnished the volunteers. The
ASouth bas responded to the acall fjast
-4s prompt as the North.
dt is hoped that this war will do
-much to wipe out sectional lines, but
if the sectional line is to be drawn in
-the rcomposition of the army of inva
eien, and the South is not given an
equal chance with the North, the war
will-tend to emphasize asetional lines,
dnstead of oqliterating them.
We do not agree with the News and
'Courier that "no adequate axplanation
,can be ofered for it.
The real explanation is that the
Government has not been prompt in
.equipping 'the .negim~ents. Many of
'the N1erhern States.hve been making
large appropriations to egnip their
equota ofitreops, and before the war
hogan thef supported their State miii
'tary organizations liberally by annual
appropriatiens, and the South has not
.dene.uo. NIow when war actually be
~ginu,-the North is ready, and the South
-is not. Inexperienced quartermasters,
'with political pull, have been given
spositions, and the consequence is that
the Gevernmentjis not equipping her
soldiers. The News a ' Courier's
eniticism should be direc'.,. towards
the tardiness in equipping uLe South
erm regiments, and not because they
hnave net keen sent to the front. The
4ruth is they are in no condition to go
to the front.
Now that the war departmen~t will
-send the examining surgeon to ex
mine and muster into iservice, when
-ever it is reported that at least 75 men
are ready to be examined, we hope
ilhat the 2nd South Carelina regiment
will be recruited rapidly. We hope
that Mr. Hanahan's company will get
iii among the first.
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THE MAN OF SAATIAGO.
Nemp ,nd Couirier.
In his report of the Battle of Siboney,
Gen. Wheeler said that he proceeded
in obedience to the instruction'ef the
Major General Commanding, that
"with the assistance of Gen. Costillo a
rough map of the country was pre
pared, and the position of the enemy
was fully explained," that "Gen.
Young and myself examined the po
sition of the enemy," that Lient. A. L.
Mills, "under Gen. Young's direc
ion," acted with energy and courage,
that Ccl. Wood and Lieut. Col. tose
volt deserved the consideration of the
Gevernmew for their brave and good
conduct on the field, that be "per
sonally r.oticcd the good conduct of
Caris. W. rl. Bock, Robert P. Wain
wright and Jacob G. Galbraith, Maj r
James M, Bell, Capt. Thomas '.
Know and Lient. George E. Brown,"
and that h& recommended these ofli
cers "for the favorable consideration
rif the Governmefnt."
In the great naval battle at Santiago
last Sundty Cemmodore Schley tacklea
the whole Spanish sqaadreni single
handed and fought the four cruisers at
one and the same time, and until the
other ships of his squadron could
come up. It was a grand exhibition
of nerve, land it was under Schley's
leadership and direction that the
Spaniards were utterly demolished.
In his dispatch to the Secretary of the
Nay, at Washington, Admiral Samp
son said: "The fleet under mw cen
mand offers the Nation, as a Fourth
of July present, the destruction ef the
whole of Cerver.%'s fzeet." It will be
observed that there was not one word
about Schley, nor . about Schley's
squadron, nor about any of the ships
that took part in the fight. It was "the
fleet under my command."
In a dispatch to the Navy Depart
ment, Commodore Watson, command
ing the Eastern squadron, said that
the Spanish squadron "was totally
destroyed in an hour, excepting the
Cristobal Colon, which was chased
forty-five miles to westward by the
Commander-in-Chief, Brooklyn, Ore
geii and -Texas, surrendering to
Brooklyn."'' he C o m m an d e r-in
Chief referred to is Admiral Sampson.
He was not present during the hour
when the fleet was destroyed, but he
got there in time to take part in the
chase of the Colon, wbich, hwever,
it will be observed, surrendered to the
Brookiny. There was not one word
in Commodore Watson's aispatc.i
about Schley, but the Brooklyn is
Schley's fiagship, and the Brooklyn
was in the fight from stai t to finish.
We presume that Admiral Sampson
will take occasion in his full official
report of the battle of Santiago to
make a proper acknowledgement of
Commodore Schley's magnificent con
duct, but it would have been so much
better bad he said in his "Fourth of
July" dispatch that the Flying Squad
rn of the fleet under my command,
which was under the ings.sediate di
rection ef Commodore Schtey, has sac
complished the destruction of the
whole of Cervera's ieet. That would
have been just and generous and
wguld have pirevented, doubtless, the
emphasis whic4 ?as been given to
Admiral Sampsoni omission, by the
resoltinn introduced in Congress by
Repreentativel Berry, pf gentucky,
who said in speaking of his resolution:
"I propose that the officer to whom
glory is due shall be recognized.
Scley is the real here cf the incident.
He and the brave band of officers and
men under his immediate direction
are the ones who achieved the victory,
and all honor should be given them."
We do not know what the rule in
the Navy is in such cases,h.at there is
a refreshing contrast between Gen.
Wheeler's report of the Battle ,of
Siboney and Adzrmiral Sampson's dis
patch making a- Fourth of July pre
sent to the Nation for "the fleet under
my command." Wheeler praised the
generals and solonels and majors and
eaptains and lieutenants who behaved
s weil under fire, all of whom will
fight better hereafter for it. Samp
son said nothing about the man wh~o
really won the fight. Th Wheeler
plan appears to be the best.
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not stay with my friends on earth, I
would meet my absent ones above.
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King's Ne w Discovery for Consump
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GENERAL "JOE" wVHEELEE*
The irst com:ninnications received
by General Shafter from in front cf
Santiago were signed "Wheeler."
They came from General "Joe"
Wheeler, in command of the advance
uard of the American troops. As
stories of heroes are the order or. the
day, that of tbts hero is appropriate.
General Wheeler was one of the
ardent advocates in Congress of free
dom for Cubs. lie spoke with ear
nestness in the debates, and whbenever
pportunity offered he voted in ac
cordance with his sentiment s. Seeing
that war was inevitable, he offered
his services to the government even
efore war was declared. His, indeed,
was the irst applicatirn placed on
Le. A graduate of West Point, dis
tinguished for valor shewn in the
army of thc Confederacy, he had
knowledge and experience for field ser
rbe which lhe knew would profit h:s
government, and although he had
rached an age entitling him to rest
be asked for an assignment which
would send him at once to the front.
The president gladly complisd with
the veteran's wishes, and clappad the
deserved two stars cin his shoulders.
General Wheeler was ofl' at once. lie
was in camp M Chickamcuga the fol
lowing week getting his co:nmnand
into shape, was among the first to pro
ceed to the lorida coast, anid was
hosen then to go with the first expe
dition to Cuba. lHe was among the
irt ashore in Cuba, and was placed
by General Shifter in command of the
dadvnce guard. So that the splendid
dash of the American troops which.
te the admiration of their country man
a to the amazement of their er.e
mies, has carried them almnost at a
ouna to withic : ain sight of Santia
o has been d:.&cte.i inpart by this
lucky repre.-erative i f tha true
General Wheeler is sixty-two years~
a lerTw moint cgn he as -eremng
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oOUNTY OF FARFELD.
COpp7 pF COMMON PLEAS
-Laura McCants, Plaintif,
isan Hamilton, Oscar Uamilton, Jo
seph Hamilton, John Hamilten,
Frances Hamilton, Sadie (or Sarah)
Hamilton and A. Selden Kennedy,
as Exeentor of the Will of J. P.
Kennedy, deceased, Defendants.
2opt S&mmons. For Relief. o'ompimin
'o the Refendant.s above.named:
OU are hereby sainmonesjand re
1quired to answ& the complaint
this action, which Is filed in the
ffce of the Clerk of the Coart of
ommon Pleas, for the said County,
d to serve a copy of your answer
o the said complaint on the subscrib
r at his office, No. 1 Law Range,
~Vinsbro, South Carolina, within
wenty dlays after the service hereof,
lusive of the day - of shcli sefvice;p
nd if jou fail to answer the complaint
vithin the time aforesaid, the Plain
i' in this action- will apply to the
ourt for the relief demanded in the;
Dated 6th June, A. D. 1898.
JAM~ES G. McCANTS,
" ' aiiptiff's 4ttorney.
' the Defendants O5scar' Hamilton
and John Hamilton i
Take notice, that the summons in
be above-stated action (of which the
regoing is a copy) and the complaint
herein were filed in the office of the
lerk of the Court for Fairfield Conn
, in the Sta'e of South Carolina, at
Vinnsboro, on the 6th day of June,
JA MS G. Mc''ANTS,
Take further notiice, that the follow
ig order has been passed in the sbove?
"It is ordered, that J. E. McDonald,
Winnboro, S. C., counsellor at law,
eappointed guardian ad litern of said
fanst defendants Oscar Hamilton and
ohu Hamilton for the purposes of
s action, uniless the said Defendants
~car Hiailton anid John Hamilton,~
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ye after service of ;;, copy of this,'
ider ir, he inanner' hergn directsd,
octare a gaa d an ad litem to' be ap
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aintifi 's Atwtoe'. James G. Mc
ants, No. 1 Law Range, Winnsboro,
"This O:hi day of June, 1898.
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[Candidtd& cards $5 cash, without
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FOR PROBATE JUDGE.
I hereby announce myself as a can
didate for re-election to the office of
Judge of Probate; subject to the Dem
ocratic primary. S. R. JOBNSTON.
I hereby announce myself a caudi
date for the office of Probate Judge
for Fairfield County, subject to the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JNO. J. NELL
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
I hereby announce myself a c;di
date for re-election to a seat in the
House of Representatives from kFair
field County; subject to the action 01
the Democratic primarics.
J. G. WOLLING.
I offer for re-election to :he Ge:".ra
Assembly, subject to the action of the
R. A. MEAR ES.
The friends of Mr. E. B. RAGSDALE
respectfully nominate him for the
House of Representatives. subject to
the Democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candi.
date for election to the General As
sembly, subject to the primary.
J. B. MORRISON.
The friends of Capt. W. J. JOHN
SON respectfully place him in nomina
tion for the House of Representatives,
subject to the result of the Democratic
The friends of Hon. R. Y. LExM.o
announce him for re-election to ihe
GenerI 4ssembly, subject to the Dem
I ber.ey annopuce mys.elf ein,
date for .eleption to the Legislature
subject to the aetionof'the 'Demo.
craiic primary. C. 5. FRP.
I hereby annonce myslf . caui
date for Treasurer of Fqirgeld Co*nty
subject to the ution of thp Democrat*
W. W. CROSBY.
I hereby announce myself a candi
date for Treasurer of Fairfield County
subject to the action of the Demo
cratic primary or primaries.
HUGH S. WYLIE.
iThe friends of Mr. J. R. CXLli
present his name to the voters o VaIr
ield County as a candidate for Coanti
Treasurer, subject the result of thi
fJOpJaTn SUem IS9R.
I herebyv announce mnyself a es~ndi
date 1ter ~ity~ Supsyvisor of Fair
field; subj4t to the action 'of t
Jhereby annppucp mysplf a pendi
dat 'for re-election to the o4gce o:
County 5gpervisor ofFair~eld County
subject to the action of the Democratai
primaies. B. G. TENNANT.
For lb. offis of Sapirvisor of Fair
held County, I hereby., announce my,
self a candidate, subject to the actior
of the Democr i~c party as expressec
8. B3. CUAWFORD.
I he:eby announce myself a uandi,
date for the oficee of County Supervisos
for Fairfld, subject to the aetion oj
the Democratic prnmary election.
G. Y. LANGFORD.
S.or phe o ce of Supervisor of Fair
#e~ CopntI lieip y annppnce piy
sel- a can idte, su ge~t to thpe acii
of thle Deinogratic pr. aries.
J. p3. BURIJEY.
I hereby announse myself as a can
didate for the offce of Supervisor fod
Fairfield County, subject to the ac'.lor
of the Democratic primary or prima
ries. T. C. LEITNER.
I hereby a dnemsl a pandi
date for rerelection to the ogte of
Coiinty Agditor, subject to th@ acuion
of the Democratic primaries.
J. L. RICHMOND.
The many friends of J. A. RALLEN
TINE annonce him as a candidate for
the olee of Auditor for Fairfield
County, believing that he will suecess
filly gll th~e sarpe if he is elected.
I hereby anncunce myself a candi
date for the offce of County Superit:.
tendent of Education for Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the
T. M. BOULWARE.
The many frienf.s of Mr. D. L.
STEENSON tespectanlly nominate him
for re.eldstion to the office of Superin
tendent of EducatioD, believing that
the improved condition of the public
schools is conclusive proof that he is
he right man in the right place; sub
ject to the action of the Democratic
The fgieds of Mr Wy. LEON IROS
noorg present jiis nae t'o the Dem
ocratic voters of Fairfield County as
a candidate for the offce of County
Superintendent of Education. Mr.
Rosborough is an experienced teacher
and his friends !elieve that his nomii
nation would be a wise selection.
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THE Asy RINII
THE MOST MODERN SEWING(
MACHINE OF THE AGE, EM
BRACING ALL OF THE
Rppg of Wor
Old Sewing Machines taken ine
'wanted in unoccpeter
to Please You
When you cannot decide
what to drink,
WAT IS ITi
It is Medicine.
WHAT IS IT FOR.?
It is a Blood Cleaner.. ~
SH A T IS IT 1/AIDE Of~i
It is Composed of Herbs.
hat makas it so popuiar ?
It's Wonderful Curative
~VHAT ISITS NAME?
It is ca1led AFRICAN~
This wonderful Blood Purfier Is')
erfectly harmless, and yet is the most
,owerful and surest remedy ever dis-$
overed for the cure of Blood diseases.
Ask your Druggist for it.
Toll your neighbor about it.
"Pride of Fairield,"
[4 hands high, jet black wth white
points, good st~yle and getion.
edim size, 'bigh-headed and game
Terms, $8.00 to insure with feaL)
ioice of either.)
W. D. DATIS
4-20-y Monticello, S. -
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