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   Aiken Courier Journal (Newspaper) - May 13, 1876, Aiken, South Carolina                                Cmtrbr f fc VOLUME 80 MAIL ARRANGEMENTSp September On and after this datfe the PoBtofflce will as During the week from to 1 80 oclock and from 8 to 6 04 MAY 1876 OLD 1 m tt in MamttX Bridge and Ebul Sundays at 1 oclock f aeffclays at 6 oclock Jtanocratio Convention mot at Oalntnbia on Msj and wai Called together shortly after 7 in tfo As a feedy it Wgfcry itiiposingin and wnsponovs for the preponderance ktit the and mercantile intererta of the One and delegates Among the moat eonepicaouB vrnoie Gary having met in conven after being without organization for many will address itself ex rtuslvely to the work of the reorganiza iion of the and of selecting delegates to the National Democratic That the following shall be the order haziness The electeen of delegates to the National Democratic to be ktSt Louis on the 27th day of that there shall fourteen del two from each Congressional and four from the State at with an eqnal number of alter next business shall be the election by ballot of the State Execu tive to consist of thirteen amnbera le Convention shall then go Mfc uf impured wore In the way was had whether this to he in power for two there was to he any TTWI tJfcBejJ to order Chairman of tfce OcwwttiNH who nominated Cob Wyatt Master of the State Orange of of Hoabaodfy temporary The Ings were opened witt after which State executive committee and cnMiroen invited to teats on the ftoor sad to take part wi the rolling Marlboro and Lancaster Wfnrq found to he the mlj conoties JtOetfiome Mate as the ttanner of Vftfcg by delegates from couBtief or in by of of The motion of Richardson a majority of the votes cast be to a choice was Tfee Contention then proceeded to the Domination of permanent officers of nominated Kershaw for permanent There were no other and General Kershaw was The following vicepresidente were ejected of Edgdteld rf Charleston James of Anderson j of Chesterfield ol Jehnara ot were tffien to the chair hearty and continued On tn kin chair suid he WM snqsristfd grat ified at honor upon tion tfcat any man in South Carolina could to be ibe president of ij if Qijinrirr I citiiens whvse should always be potent in shaping destinies of the He would to adow the action This was not the occasion on which he should feel culled on to an nounce the principles and uicusum whereby we should move mi to the triumph that awaits When the battle wis eo far in the future he wouW not announce iu advance tha plan nor until the enemy had vealed the nature of his movements me the organization of bis Loud Hagood offered the following preamble and resolutions The Democratic Party of the State of not that a minute or for the It was and they wbnld come the delegates to which felt couldIbe safely Said he thought that the Lipsconib of nnde a fong D Porter would go he Campbell name and support The vote waft then with the following r THE REGULAR DKLK D W J THE ALT M C A e Those nominated ft J B Wm Wa The wb caut was convention th until and then KVENIKG The convention ThefoUowioftde to the National Cony ted and confirmed ffrA fl J D McLuoasj with E D McLewrift as alterntt M Louis withdraw his by ballot PE8 AT i Into iouraed to 6 p J J F Maiming an alternates Third ichardron and and J OConnor and Pope is Fourth Perry with WTO HW Cannon as kavebeen called to elect dele National nnd have befto ejected Vj nominations of officers and platform for the Among other resolutions and of Fdgeficld BUB knitted a tesolutron adopted in declaring that theirroppoit of can didates te be nominated hy the yiaity was tire understanding that none but Democrats e nominsted or elected to tfnyoffice fey the jsaople other submit ted a series of resolutions defining the character and duties of the Central Ex eoathw who shall reside m dvrmir the and w tpeclfy fhe plan for raisiug funds to meet the expenses of the All ttoesc roeolnt tons were referred to the cewmfttee on of alt the of that the resolutions of vesterday making the of the convention the chair the State Executive 0 WilKam ElliotijirUh Hammond alternated Governor Perry th nost ef alternate State at and laoe elected in hti Manning alao resignof j was tite election of a and W Sejttpfen andBF and Fox and PF Ipon tesigned ifce from the HKam WaL IxGov be nf find in favor of immediate adoption of a straighiout platform but after an all night session the moderate counsel of KeTshawKennedyManmnConnor HagoodTillman and In speaking of the power of the Con vention to forma Connor said he did not regard it as very mute rial whut platform thedelegates take to His thoughts did not WUTI der BO The one thought with him was No question of priDOiple is involved in Garj but one ef Those resolutions allow the counties to do what scouts and principle is not nor ahull it be Unity and harmony we must or it useless to go into the For that reason he deprecated the however trnej do devido thi when tbeStata Con ventioo later in the it will having nothing to 4o hot nominate can no matter how much circum stances may have It cannot efaapge the if once adop it will be a We under fltanl each better now than We can go on wttvovt and get and when we know the whole the plan of battle can he form ed When the next Convention we may fee ready to take resolutions and adopt them without division and why force them when there Is a divis ion T honor of the State is dot ia the keeping of any one and we be carefml not to introduce into fiKscnsaion elemeat of feeling that can only Gary said the people wanted know whether the Democracy was to be crooked or and hence the oeed of the Daring his speech any people is with the prevalence of public personal integrity in official and parity in the administration of the powers of For the corruption which has crept intn neady every department of the National imi the crimee that have been committed and exposed in high the thai have coatamionu3 and the body poiaowwg vbere of Amerieao we charge j t and hold the party sible rftsr years of profli cf of tyranical and tional asurpatiucs ojf fjgmt edthe whole rate abjai of degradation intftrf of duaster and jpojpoJar That for the ativetion of onr and aeonr ity of the Jdfe wolfaw and happmeM of Uie radhpen sible thai this perty ahonld he horled from No effietrve and laaiiag reform can Jrwn an tioo which ia corropt to the and tteittTrtttliwrnitted to them by the the present n jiionei itoiniilrmiloii is to the coBRtry at MiB paramonat nd ftXICCTlVE who were nominated by and rt follows First W J A Law and T B Second T J F War and James Third C J P Lipflcowb and B W Etmrtk L T Stoho and B H Fifth C DTiH man and T J Th convention then and went into When the convention rewssembfud the committee on bwiness submitted the following aecompiith Sovth the National party eal cried with by maHootl n Thai J as Democrat w party in tfcff wkfUiu Agreed to ea Committee he v of submit ted rwolutions adopted by the New berry County Convention looting to a straight eut A resoutioo was offMed that it was inexpedient to any definite action prior to the meeting of the National Democratic and that the present Convention shall meet at the call of the or of five members of the executive The Convention then proceeded to elect four und four Hfl delegates at larjre to the National The following nominations were made M C B F John J D J B Camp William M L D W W J A J L Wm W D besides a number of others who deoloed or were subsequently Campbell announued that if any one could give asatiranwi that W The W whom was referred the resolutions of the from Mr OCorywrf the frow Newber Lipsontb and the gentleman from Sher pardj tht gentleman from aad the geatleMn iron beg feuve to make the following report the committee deem it inexpedi ent to take any action upon the resolu tions submitted to them for considera tion but recommend that this convention urge on the respective counties the ut most vigor and leul in perfecting the organisation ef the Democratic with the view of consolidating every possible strength until the arrives Jbr the nomination of a State We therefore recommend that the State executive committee take such ac tion at onceis will promoie the purpoee indicated in the foregoing all of which is respectfully By order of the Ki Previous and after the of the most eloquent pleas were made by Butler and of f delation Cofiiior flatly denied there was any truth in avch a and disclaiming any intention to make such a made the amende Connors remarks were loudly Kennedy called the previous question OD the report of the which was adopted j yeas nays A large number of the low country wne have voted had left to go by the evening TWl THK At an early hoor OB Saturday warn ing the nftcr aome adopted the following rowlutioii offered by Col of Andersen That the State Kxeentwe Committee is hereby anthoriied and whenever in their judpnent it mny be deemed to cell a conven tion of the Democratic party to nomi nate State and annonneo a plat form of to bo compoeod of delegates from the enmities in proportion to the number of members to which each county may be entitled in both houses of the General Aanemhly undej the new apportionment of the various The invitation from green ville en hold the next convention in that thriving city was to the State executive A vote of to Kershaw was and that gentle man briefly returned He com plimented the convention upon ita ac and expressed hisbefiel that every thing that was and proper had bctn and htn confilmcc that jjond would come out of The con venlion then i The resolutions introduced by OConnor and referred arc I we can U all in tliti to nnita upon thU hasiB in an iqvineifeie aUiaaoe for die detort f and the return of inm to pow April As an oW resident of write to yon ibr one of which is to van tlie peo ple of my eatiw eethiiy irom being seduced into their plwfi ant in Orolwa aW to tbie and the other inferm my friends of my I lived upon SfcaweCrtek a 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