ag of the Fifth South Carolina Regiment, of Butler's Brigade.
Many bullet-holes testify that its supporters always asked a place in the picture near the flashing of the guns.
The South Carolinians carried branches of palmetto, and wore cockades in hats and button-holes.
They had travelled farther than any other delegation, and the enthusiasm which greeted the sight of the palmetto from many a balcony and pavement met with a hearty response from the visitors.
Miss Mildred Lee and Mesdames Janney and DeSaussure, who had managed the South Carolina table at the memorial bazaar, were greeted with hearty cheers, and presented with palmetto cockades.
Miss Lee gave several of the veterans some exquisite carnations, which will be carried back to Charleston and treasured for many a day.
Captain James G. Holmes brought with him a wreath of laurel and palmetto, which was placed at the base of the monument.
It was sent by the young ladies of the Confederate-Home School, of Charleston,