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L 4I1IfljED 18615, NEWIBERIRY, S. C., IVSDY AUITI 21
Irby's Sensational Speech
JOLLY CAMiPAIGN Mi1T0N11U AT DA11.
Irby VIenouIx(jq . Sjeat,' i ,ies [lat
I t' 65n.. t vitet f r th e
ate INIyeaiIulm,,va''t 1I4t'ag.-.
e ip V11111 taid Malin
lelilmleq Tlvimin, r.' k
Darlington, Augu st 19.- Not.
withstanding a steady rain about 400
Democrats of Darligtoll fillod the
Court IIouso to hear tho Sonatorial
candidates speak. Sonator McLau
rin was absent.
CoI. Irby began by oxpressing his
regret at having to say what lio h:d
to, but it was tiecessary for him to
disabuso the minds of the peoplo of
Darlington and of South Carolina of
a lit which was being promiscuously
circulated against him.
This slandor in referenco to my,
runuing to elect Governor Evins i
an infamous lie, said ho, and I a'm
rosponsible for saying that-i it's. It.
has been circuliedh'Aro in Darling.
-tonl CbIuity against meo, but am I
such a fool as that? Am I such a
miserablo dog that I would prosti
tuto my manhood, when Governor
Evans forcod me to retiro from tlho
race last year.
Am 1, I repont, such a miisorablo
our that I would go crawling to him
on my belly to lick his I. ud and ask
for his forgiveness? I hope the peo
plo will toll thoso that aro not horo
that such talk is a lie.
I say that but for me going to
Suiter and picking up the fallmn
colors of Roform that there would
have boon 11no raco.
INSIDE HISTORY, ACCOlIN To 111Y.
I didn't want to run. 11, diln't
suit my business. .1 wont to Gover
nor Evans anidt told him to make the
race, anld thai1t if Ie woul I woul
iot. Ho wa1s lir-aid it) olnter. 11e
wiiteod until i after the 81um1tor moet
ing hefore coming in it. But 1 say
the time to itako a raco is at th1) ho.
gianing of it. I feuared thitt South
Caroliia would hbo comilitted to pro
teetion idels. I have said heforo,
and 1 say now, tlint Donaldson and
Evans wor0 afraid to t-aldo- MeLau
rini, and 1 made pi) Iy imind to mako
this raco ir I didn't. got but, ono voto,
that of my bruthler, Dr. I rby, of Lau
Uov. Evans didn't speak lit Stil
tor, or MoN ek's Corner or at Charles
toll. It's falso, it's untrne, for any
man to say tliat I am running to
elect Governior Evans.
a i ani bcpaulse thie peol of thle
Piedollint ect ion, Conse rvativos and1(
Reformers alike, asked me to run. It
wvas understood wboen the last com-.
nmittoo loft me that I wvould run if
no one elso would.
I have nothing to hide. 1 defy
the world to find so much as a Ily
* speck on my record. I defy any man
to say where I've dleserted a singlo
principle on which I -was elected.
'Why, when nll other records are
being attacked in this caumpaign, is
it that mine in ulnassailed? Govern
or Evans, Senator McLaurin and
Mr. May field, belfore lie'hopped out
of the pit, all said my record is uni
PIll tell yon why T .didn'it runl las.t
year. Earle said if I dlidnJ't run lie
w1ould1. If I hiad run McLaurin
would have runi. Tihie Conservatives
wvould havo voted for him.' The Re
formers, inder tho. lash of Tilhnan,
would ,hayo v'oted' for Evans, and
whoi- my voto wvould have come froim
* the, ford only knows.
TrILMaAN's FINE ITALTAN HOANDI.
Umli not b)ot.horing Tillman. lie
says his hands are oil'. Ghod grant
it. (Applause.) My hands are off
him. I've no godfather ini this race.
If I can't run this raee as a Reform
or and a D)emocrat, then I'll go home
uad live in obscurity until the end of
Thue Conservat.ives last year when
Earlo boa, Evans said: '"Oh, . olin,
you've dropped younr eandy.'' It was
too late t honl. TIhe peOoplo (did not
go back oni me. lIt was thell po1itie.
inns. They wvont t>ack onl me1, anid
ci rculated lies againist m ae. H.'omo
of those 'very politicians were mon -J
helped to make.
AN UNoRIATEFUL. 1n111.
I hatched Tillman, if you want to
k'ow S it. ' oliticians wont among
he gye I.( and tho only thing they
kid siy againt me was: "lie is un
rue to (te -o-v-o-m-o-n4." What
sovwing did I have? In one night
these ell IOie liars can tell enough to
destroy the best mnan1 ill the world,
atid il'm not that.
'The peoplo of Laurens and the
Piedmont know that I've alwayus been
true. ien, what was tho matter?
It wats becaso I was a Democrat. I
rofused to go out of the party. It
looks hard that I am to bo punished
because I've been true to the lefor
mors of South Carolina. I stood by
Tiliman closer thln a brother; I pick
od this mAan (Evans) Up ainld madO
him (1ovornor. lint., because I stood
up in the Iay Convention last year
and,ppposod a bolt from the Domno
critic party, 1 had to go down, I
stl it was wrong in '90, when Has
1/k1ll bolted ; I said it was wrong ill '92
whlen IGonzalos m anted -to bolt, and
again in '94, when there was talk of
running an Indepondemit ticket for
delogatos to the Constititlional Cnn
vention, I said it was wrong.
Could I conscimntiously, when op
posing bolts, favor a threatened re
volt against the Natior.al Democratic
party ? No. It was wrong ill prin
ciplo. I spoke and wrote aiecording
ly bfor tho May Convention mot.
At 'i a. mll. somo of my friends
calme to me, Col. (att imong the
numlber, and told m that a plaoo
had been reserved for mo as a dole
gato at large to the Chieago Conlven
tion if F would only take back what
I had said.
1 told thoin to go to -. I forgot
where F told them to go to, but Ihy
went. I told thom that I wouldu't,
sacrifico principlo for any offico in
South Carolina. I told thom to toll
tllose that seit thill t ihat while I was
a botter friend to silvor than any of
thom there were principles ill the
Demoeratic party other than silver.
I am talking about Democracy.
This may not be as muich tariff talk
as (Ionzales and e[mphill would
liko, Imit. [ll talking about Domoorn
ey. 'lhe fabric vanl't. stand uiiloss
tlle mud sills are ripo.
I was l..1ed to the Constitutional
Convouidon unanimousl., but on Cho
conldition that nto man that worei a
white face and straight hair should
be disfranchimd. On that, account,
and beeause .1 would not spit on the
grave of a great-grandfather who
could neither read nor write I op
posed the suffrago clause. The ef
fect of that clauso is to disqualify
the poor and illiterate whlite man ini
Southi .Cariolinat. . lie is given the~~
privilege, not the inherent right, (C)
vote only so long as the supervisors
see fit to let him have it.
They expect y'our1 poor1 white moan
to oxplainl tihe Const itultioni, a thiung
that your young iawvyers in Darling-.
teni can't do. (Laughter andl ny
Hlis PO1.IT'cA L Col-FIN.
M~y opposition gave groat, offence.
TJhe politicians wenut out, hiowlinig,
"I rby's aiginl the Mi~-(o-v'-o-m-e-n-t
nowv." .1 did more, anld I wvant you
Iteformers to kno1w it, to carry that
Constitutionail Convention than any
mian in Sout h (Carol ina. I forced ii,
I wanitedi to e'limiiinto tho negro anmd
koop) downi the 1tepubhlican party3 in
this State. lBut yon haiv ow It0oR
publicanism in its iincpioncy. There
are more Protectionists iln the State
thanum you have any) idoni of. The roa
son1 they have remained D)emocrats
is becanse thoer( is no decent, ReOpub-)
licemi party in t he State.
Undler the su ffrago clause you'll
have the two pa~lrt ies.. Voting uinder
it is a privilogo flhat lasts only so
long ais t.he board of suplervisors are
willing. You cani't tell wlio's going
to have control Of tile State teen years
hience. You haven't got control niow.
(onalesI( is your (lovernior. Ile
know~ who wasH going to the Senatoe
before Earlo jv' s uiried. I've got
not hing attainst -(Governior liorbo1)
per'sonlly), but. lhe's nlot a lieformer.
Who o1 ver heard of ai Ro~fornr ho:
inig closeted wvith (Gonzalos. No one.
110ow IIIE MA 1) EvANs.
II found Evans on his last legs in
the Legislature. 'In '90 wvhen 1 wvas
fixinig things up to got. Tillman
elected, 1 mot Evans over hore, near
I said: "Hollo, Evans."
Ho said: "Hollo, Irby what are
yon doing (own hero?"
"Working for the Movoment, try
ing to elect Tilinan."
I o answorod: "It's it damin fiasco,'
(Laughter and applause.)
Well,' I was in old farmer, and
didin't know what that meant, as I
hadii't looked inside a book in yoars,
but I just answored that we woiero go.
ing to elect Tillman.
TilE EVOLUTIoN OF EVANS.
After while the political cloud
kept on gottin' bigger and bigger.
The houses bogun to shako and tho
tromi to anap. Tho dogs ran bark
in' under the houso and it got so
dark the chickens went to roost.
Evans saw then that Tilian was
going to bo olected. I was down in
that section pretty soon afterwards.
Evans saW m1c and grabbed my
hand and salid: "Irby, I'm with you.
Tilban1's going to be elected, and
i'um with vou in this fight.."
I took himun in and made a man of
him. I mado him Governor and
kept Tilbnan from hurting him.
But last year he forgit his political
daddy. Ho slipped up on ime whilo
I was asleep, and struck me, and
"the blow most killed father."
TiE OLD ELILE.
Col. Irby at this point, as there
were no ladies present, told his
sid colt. joke, to the amusement of
Speaking soberly again, Col. Irby
continued: I don't want to speak
about McLaurin. I would havo to
speak oi his reco.d and might mis
represent -im, which, if ie were,
here hi mighit explain satisfactorily.
I don't want, to do liiim an injustice. I
had rather bo defeated in spito of
Mr. Uwonzals than b elected by mis
representing the sick.
Col. Irby then took up his record
anld declared: "Melaiturinl has fairly
said that I always voted right." He
then briefly reviewed his voto on the
Wilson bill and his defeat of tho
. lMY AS A PEACEMAKER.
lo continued: .f there over was a
time in the history of South Caro
lima when factional and personal
differences should be buried forever
it: is that- t io now. It is not an is
suo of reform or anti-reform, of Till
man or Antii-Tillman, but it is, Shall
Sout i Carolina bo committed to pro
tection? Shall von say, With Mr.
Grosvenor, of Ohio, t,hat. protection
is finding favor~ among South (5aro
liniains'? You ought to send a man
to the Senate to fight p)rotect ion,
and the way to tight protection is to
lIn conrclusionr Col. Irby asked the
suffrage of the peoplo as a Demo
crat, "not that I am not. a Reformer;
for l'mi as good1 a one as ever wvoro
hair, but I am a Democrat.." (A.p
EvANs lII:Ais ils TITLE CLEAaI.
MiIr. l'tanrs was next int.rodluced.
Hie recounted that cei-tain news
papers hadt~ dareld him to mfakt this
race, lHe hadL( accep)ted1 andl not one
of the lies and charges against him
l ast. year h ad been repented.
C1ol. I rby, in saying that lie feared
to make this race did himself anr ini
justice. Was he afraid latst year
wh'len lie expewcted to have Irby for
an olppoent Thein why shonli
hby say lho feared to make the race
whlen lhe again had him for an op
p)onenit. lHe believed Irby spoke
withaout reflectioni for Irby wats as
braive at nmn11 aIs wvor hair. The Re
formers dlid inot. vote for him last
year un rder thle lash of Tillman.
Iraby : "idnhi't lie try to drive
theui l o supploiL you ?''
niEsT .JoEl1 OF THEim CAMPATON.
Evans: "'No, lie did not. Hie
said lie would support amue becauho I
rep)resenited the pinciples for wvhich
the Rteformr fight, wvas made. Irby
was trying to go through this cam
paign telling stud colt jokes and
leaving tIhe discussion of the real is
Mr.. Evans then entered on a do
femice of the sufirage clatuis. WVhy,
if Irby wans so op)pose(d to it, did he
not noe a better plnn?
Irby intouipt.ild and said he did
Mr. E4Vans roplio(d that the0 com.
mitteo rejected it hocanst- it wits tiot
feasible. Was the Convention thon
to adjourn beca1so a sutffrago clause
could not. )o 1roparedY \as ie
Conventien to adimity lit it could
not do tho work ;' had been elected
to performi? if iy whi,o man wia
disqialiedo hO had no one 'o blam
buit, hiinsvif. '.ilingrro wais e'imni
ltted froli tim poli,'i c andI the lf
rago clauso was sat isfactory to the
IM'o1RTANT TO EVANs.
Takiiig ill) tO issues involved in
this raco Mr. Evanls said this vas
the most important climlpaigin sinlce
1832, ado So by 1the issues involved.
Tho newspapors tried to mako the
sipoechos apper ridiculous by Imb.
lishing only the jokos ald141 leaviig
out the real diseussimns, but he
hoped iio one would be fooled by
this. Mfl"cilaurini's puibliv itIeralnces
woro public proport.3 and a1s such he
was goin" to eriticiso it.. 1o tho
took up the cotton, sugar, wool and
hido schedules. lIo pointed out
what ho Colsidered the fallacies (.
Mlciaurinl's position oin freo raw
materials. Freo raw materials
Uo0allt that mnu11fiaturers coild
mako goods cheaper am1l the farmi
erm could therefore buy t.hnim chi-ap
or. A coat, for instance, which
costs Onlo dollar in Elropv wonld
cost four dollars undor th Dini,gley
bill. Yot that Was tho kinl 1 of pro.
tection to the wool grower that M e
Laurin wanted to givo.
Mr. Evans referrod to an editorial
of Tho News and Courier condomiig
McLaurin's anti -freo raw inaterial
idoas and doclaredI Chat no honv.-;
papor would supporL him aOtorecon.
demning him, as h'lle New. iii
Courier was now doing. it. wN.s'
nothing but a dispi!y of iiimosity
and ani attempt to revivo factiona,;l
issues oin the part. of The News and
Courior, ho declared.
Mr. Evanls repeated his direct tax
views and concluded, after 111 (X
haustivo speech of moro thin an
hour. H e Itowas appladed.
Tho next meeting is at 'Marion
leClure'm magazin, for S 4plember.
Con'. Ge'orgo R. Waring-', Jr., con)I
tributos to McClire's A1gizine for
Septenber in article on "T1he Clean
ing of i Great City" that to reh-r:,
Who havo not carefully colnsidered
the sub.ject wvill b) simpldy a revehIi
lion. Recit.ing the story of his~ own
ex perience as5 Comusii'sionier of St reet
Cleaning ini New York City (durinlg
tile lust two years and1( a ludf1, (ol.
Wanring demlionstrait(s that11 it is quIiit e
possible, at colm)ratively smia' cost,
to 1k0o1 the streLots of a great city as
clean and wholesome as5 a welt-kopt
house. Anti so far, reach ing in its
physical anld mloral oflects -does lhe
shIow thei pubbie cleanliness or. un-i
cleanliness of ai City to be(, t lint it
should scom1 thatn 1 the miost imm1edi4
ato means of miakinig a signal ro(dnI
tion of misery and1( crimel1 iln any \ city
is aL general imiprovemtenit ini its
st reet-cIeainig. ITe art iC! ( is ill us
tratedt with speciaIl dIrawinigs show
p)roved( street cleanu inig.
Anoit.her lie14e in! thi s numbe4 4r of
McCIure's that give'4s novel as wvell as1
timlely iniformiation1 1 is a a1cconult. of
"Life ini the4 l ondike' lAvb1i"Fiehds,"'
1by a mnan who hias hims1el01f hado ani
impIlortanlt shar11 iln it for years1' pa2st.
The1( p)roverboial l''1' man~I of the
minolis, it. appour411s, is unknown~~'i (on the
loli dke. Th1e4II minor1. th ore enter'
and wvork t.heiri claimis, settle t heir
dispille 4s, and14 governii their a Vair
wit.hiout v ilnc or4 C~( la wl(essno0s. HI ow
they live 1and( how they work is very
siiiply and( hionest ly told1; and there
is somei( vlnle4 inistrucetion as to
rout es, proper(4Oi egn int., and1( the
oI)hort.unlitles (of (hle coun1t ry', for
peoplel who aIre pIr ~ ooing to se~ttl1e
thler(4. '11( boiariel. is ist rated froNi
41 series of re4cen pho141 to'graph)s, miosit
of' them hiithierto unpubi)ishedl.
O thler' features of the miiunber )C are,
Srories b)y I (4bertit IBarr, WVilliam11
Allen White 111nd(4 others; a series (of
life portraits of I b-nry (lay mOost of
thlemi ne(ver ho(fore4 pl)lishedil; and 4a
pape1~r by I". (. .Konyoun, of the lirit
dliscoverie.s of ancienit mn1u1scr1pts
have dono) t oward ans1werinhg thel
queston~ when (lie four (lospols were
THE e. v McoUrk Ci.,
A Vcry Iai SiiOS vIt I-11 its to Iis Ice
11olow is g'riven it cart which h1a1s
just beenl issulmd as. to tho coilAitionl
of Smintor Me l,iaturin.
''.lhe sttolinent that th lit, [onl.
John L. MIelanin did not fIint at
Yorhivill and lits Iot 1inm.n sick
is 11b)solutply fil.e. lit .)o Ivrworkedt
himusolf Si Walshinj.;(1n llkl dutriill"
te siittorial viitpitigin, tho con
soquenIlelo boiig a ph.\ sial colap
at, York aftor his pokc.h. Acm-I4 r
ing to (11c. stittelltt' cl'c>(hk hy
cianls, haud ht( I'red hhnlf ti
speak It few iinn11tes lonlgvri at orl-,
the col(nilcos V01h I proabI t
liavo bote fatal. sinc' his reMur'a
to his ho01nt ill Ilte1titi' Io , h4 ha:1
bien soriously ill. ildvi. his ph\ hi
ciilts ortlers, It li ai d to . killin Ilway
fromn thoe callipi"nll e tl s, ilet
its It wis ed to t twil t I wil :tl,
faev his 4.pponintis.
TIrt, stalltm1wll (ltitt aIn 11rit4161f
tho voters ol M)ralin>ro, hbi mitivi
COity, w ill I not vot e For th i' 't .
Jolll . Alcl.aurinl i; JusI -ilply
absl . \Vh y, vvenloIIs .. -p'mnenlt "
ill iis limllilv colid. , it iii' t h 1e
will "eM mver. ,O p.lr <(InI (f Ik, vld(s
We art, vmfithlnt. 11v ,w! rt'Ii a
b11st N 111. its 1lit. of.ia ll ii o\ th
and wilullnot. I he npri.sd if ho get
iT . J. Jelliings' , t. I)
t -lm i imi vt 'h \ iciall
Loisay J. Brood<h-l,
T. W. t Bolchit,
. ' F. . AL - s t'i'-,
C. M. Weatherly.
'' he 1hato e'i tt erud 1 int ii, l ie. i
Ill I t'All t I igi li t It'1111. ii
A o A bhviliv Aledni.
Soimt At-tlnita wolne nl lre triing
to gvt utip "TH Order o lkohort III.
It,"! i S i eyi to .tuv.to ho cin11Ii ed t e V
clusively h f t;nuis dlll,'riIc(l IJ
thlk laltv Confirct et, States and thwir
ilseminants. No piiv ; iiiti Vnili.
ply and the. de-vvillanh ar. not to
l) allowv inl fhoet asslcilitn.
T(I show tIllit thw privaies werv lit
Cho fronlt wv (I (1 copy ) i 1 it 1ts
fromn "lria i by"4r1ne
boo'i'publi-,hI.d inl INjI whieb lirt it,
"Whenl Wr"Iht's, I'mrgi l Itegil
inont was draNi u p inllin o11, f balthl
to go into its I'Stis t ight Ill No t
Ca rolinaI1, W rI-ight, li in pa Ing inl
fron)It of hi,, IZfl iti)nt ,vse v(d at
tall, gianit follow-, with .1 viAi. li ,_I,s
StrappItd t.o hi.- bmck. \ ih so
hilin "wvhat( he was !!oinW t.k (,I( w%ithl
1)1 NIO I N Sll (i'st.I:I:vIi,
A itillr:a1 ('r IItn IItt 1. ,al(' 14 ir: t o himn lt itl Ins
a S iaritialiur. g 4 ('.) 1114itl.
|Spowilt tI ihlo Ailhintit dour1-11d.|
Aimt nhug,S. .,Aug, '20 It
sien 1 ini 5ile for it day (4) pas,
witIIlt Ii a Is n ti n , I VI poli( ica I r
I-1herl1iSt' in SM1t1 CaroIflil.
P"llort. a l l politivial, whoI) i it
IIi rinIIg I e i bu vo 114)>nt)r., wm nt I to
I19 \\' VitIaI I r hoIt,l an a11 -io n.vt for
<I iIklln-r. It, w t d: r - h to 114w
dilling" hldl, a ! searcoir v luak ho
tal his ;,oat I henl hit 6t,ok hlis cout
till' mid pllwvd it n al c air netar tit,
I able. Not wit hItllilg tiht, fact tlit(
I Ie 111111 was crowdedI with 4ad4i
at. hli:; Iactions, l'olland at hi; !ill
lit', lifilr which it- rplaiff 'I to, the
(Olivo withl his e lat 1111d4d11n--r
IIIs InI iII rI r; t -I ty .
Po&Iltrd gaIvI ('aptnhin \\'htmo, tIII
to 4 44'lt nI g If t v a 111 W 1 I'~ I I I 1t. I
r , rri r of I h howt I, n . Iu it
,(d()()( waiting foil his 1hang N n
1willg givoln, P'ollind ilmuil mn
c.Npila ionl, saying" Iat hlie hintd
Iw.11 - v eenstomIII(dl to pa11 (nly 'i
'.'.:tt for 1 I nl. (' Il ii' \\ it
t Il i 1 it II (chagll a\ a, I r I
Siltin I his 1 Lr s it by I4- an un
a IrIi t ( I br(..:A-h (.f hit te. I !
lard pllad ( i t h\ ilt t .4 r
I tI-l l <p11 r11r 1, iot tihl oi l ina
rfulsd to d ) St.
IPodlla1 a t In bV ga I lWegalt i II
C014 dilg I c i I hV0 e- I n I4n1 IM yM.\
Tho (.ast, will bI ) I d on 4 t) h! 11, i I
of It is n inth, and IhI rl i' Iui.h
.1pit Itubit itn asI f t o I 19 t l u t cOlu1 . 11
w I bII Ih l it, t hl(.- o11lier,u I rit :0l \ r
hels' I I 'in th it c I v.
41 .'0 ver"vs I y I I I rl e44.
\'FittO:4 n ll il I - Ill o I ill' II h:I
f\ b a lkwI',sia, -4 -l444 ;n. :!
reic,wnted as, s(oliluh-ig lin II.
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Ae fil (NIII.v a. I,rd,I i helhal:
I it L it ice v l(Ip'! p 4 t1 L u .
. h air fi 1in l ' i 4 lpuil :'i
T: i n't- 1 e , i\ Ial l I raill.
\Vli l' th 1 land is a1 l ' n11 rv 4 v-d.
Th Te's a right. llari b is o u
.\U almln thi.r- : pur haS.
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