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D. '. BRAD ,,Editor.4; Prprieto
PICK S . 0. H. . C:
'Tr4a~dgj. Nov. 7, 1876.
National Democratic Ticket.
UON. SAMUEl J. TILDEN,
OF NEW YORK.
XION. T. A. IENDICIKS,
GlN. WADE HAMPTON.
FOR LIEUT. (OVE :RNOR:
WILLIAM 1). SIMPSON.
FrIv SI :jI :T it r oI s'TATI'
I,. M. SIMMS.
rOTR A ).1UT. NT A N- N'P0CT1ot C ENEI,AL:
E. W. MOISE.
Fl AT1'()TlNi-Y UM.NilAL,
J A ME S C O N N EP.
FOR STATE THEASUR1ER:
S. L. LEAPHlART.
FOR SUPElRINTUN DENT OF EDUCATION:
- II. S. THlOMPI'SON.
ApOlt COMV11T0,1LLER OFNEVAL:
YOR CONlias 31) CONGmESoNAL DIsTRICT:
D. WYATT AIKEN.
J. S. COTHRAN.
For Legislature-D. F. Bratdley and E. II.
For Clerk of Court-John J. Lewis.
For Probato Judge-W. 0. Field.
For Shieriff-Joab Mauldin.
For School Commissioner-0. WV. Singleton
For Coroner-B. B. Earle.
For County Comisisioners-JTohn T. Lewis,
B. J. Johnson, T. P. Looper.
If any man in Pickens County
claims to ho a Democrat, who is not
Providentially kopt from tho polls,
fails to Voto for IIam pton on JTuesda*y
next, ho is not a worthy citizen of the
Grand Rally at Easley Station.
Thero is to be a grand rally at Eass
Joy Station, on Friday the 3d inst.,
t.o-morrow. Every body, and the
balanco of mankind, are ins ited to be
The noble women of Pickens can
dJO much tow'ards the success cf our
cause on jTuesday next.. Lect them
urge their fathers, h usbhands, sons, andl(
brothers to go to the polls and cast
their votes for Tildlen and Hlampton.
Attorney General Stone has decided
that there shall be but one ticket.- ]
Tenames of the candidates for Pro-."
siden tial .Electors, and for Congress
and StaLto and Coun ty officers and for or
against theo Constitutional Amend
mont, will bo on ono and the same
ticket. Upon the Constitutio,nal
Amendment, regulating tho school
tax and its distribution, the Demo,
cratic party vote, Yes.
Young ladies, we mean those not
married, if your sweetheart fail to go
to the p08ofll onpTesday next, L.nd
vote for Tilden and IIampton, "kick"
him the first opportunity you get, for
we will assure you ho wvill not make4
a good husband.
Each Club in the Connty should
appoint committees to soo that every
Democrat goes to the polls and vote.
Democrats of Pickens County, re-.
member that upon your efforts next
TaeBday depends tho success of the
cause of honesty, reform and home
rple. Let every one do his w~holo
Rolitios are the only busi ness follow.
ed in Ahe State at present.
COolored Democrats in Columbia bog
fm ,ore troops, as they are en cour
aged and protected by tho soldiers.
Send them along.
. He Lies.
Tho correspondont of the Unions
Heriild,'represents that tbo Radioal
poWVo'w at this plaeo was broken iip
by bgnds of m9unted rifle clubs. This
is a fiale as the party repre4entod by
tho-nion,Heruld, is venal t d tor,
I'upt. 1le says the riflo clubs gallop
ped up and deninded a division of
Lime. This is lie No. 2, for the "divi.
.ion of time" was demanded before
tho arrival of the speakers, .as the
published correspondenco between the
L4ijIaor.of Lhis paper and the Chairman
of' the Republican party in the County
will show. Tihe same cQrrospondent
came into our office, in company With
the gentleman who bore the noto re,
fusing a division of time, and ho took
part, in the eonversation which follow
ed about it. So ho lied knowingly.
ie says the riflo clubs were armed
with pi,tols. This is lie No. 3. Thorm
wore no tirmed men, besides, there
'are no rifle clubs in the County. The
mounted men were members only of
Democratic clubs. 1o simply lies
from the beginning to th end of his
Com1municat.on. But it %ill hurt no
The colored people are coming over
to us by the thousands, and Hampton
will beat Clhmberlain by t.he colored
voto alone if' we all do our duty. Let
every colored man in this County be
visited by some influential Democrat
before tho election, and explain to
ihem the importance of voting for
Hlampton. Their only fears are that
f Hampton is elected some of their
)olitical rigirlts will be taken fromn
them. Their rights are as firmly fixed
is the whito man's, and all you have
o do is to convince them of' this fact.
Phen they will votO for Mampton
There are soeic men in this County
vho have voluntarily disfranchised
hemselves, for they have not voted
in the war. We u n1derstanl that
;ojno of them say they do not int end to
b'ote in thuis election. Theli Repuiblicarns
Jlaim all such voters, but we believe
Lhey are good Democrats, and wi I
v'oto the D)emocr'atic ticket if' they turn
ut. Theoy should go to the polls and
vote and save thcmselves from beinig
claised with the IRepublicans.
The11 lyinrg proclunation of our M as
sachusett.s Governor, made the tro~ops
believ'e that they would have to fight
as soon as they cr'osscd the linre of
this State, and accordingly, am muni
Lion was issued to the m. IBut wi hen
they arm i ved , they founnd every
thrinmg SO quiet and peaceable that they
aoulId hardly r'ealize that they were in
Southr Car'olina. Theliy, ho wever, saw
hr'ough the trick, and lot, thei r im,
wrecations fall fast and1( thick upv n the
~onspir'ators against thre liberties of
south Carolina. Thley wvill not be
vorth much to the Radical party.
In five more days the question of
onstitutional liber'ty or centralizea
lespoptismi will be settled. 1t theo
Jomocrats succeed, of which there is
carcely any doubt, the constitutional
'ight.s of every class and cendition of
itizens will be respected and protected;
mut if the Repubiicans succeed, at
east four more years of misrule and
ppr'ession will follow. No intelligent
lan, it seems to us, can hesitate for a
noment to east his vote for the entire
)emocratic ticket, National State anid
Every Demnocr'at in Pickens County
ihould, if' possible, be at the polls
'hren they are opened on Tuesday
norn inig, and remain there until they
Let every man in Pickon.s County
v ho vazlutes life, liberty and prioper'ty,
o to the polls on T1uesday next and
'oto foi- Tilden and IIamp)ton.
The Radicals broke up the Demo
rarie meeting at. Beaufort, last wveek
fter General Hammton had spoke.
'ol. Yo< mans and J udge Cooke tried
o0 speak, but were howled dlown. Gon.
Iampton then informed the colored
rOn dies that six offieers of the United
States fleet was p)resent, in citizonas
ulothes, and( had witnressedl their con
clorct. This fell like a bombshell a
Marion Republicans d n't onthuse
wo'r a copper. Call out the r'itT-rafl
Daniel and mnako 'em enthuse.
A colored Democratic blacksmith
in Marion has a HIamp)ton hammne,
for the head of any Radical intimnida,.
The Register remarks that all the
army is in the field, and thre boys are
wondering whore in the devil the in
Duties of Supervisors.
In .speakiqg of the duties of super,
vsor0, the 14ews and Co;riar says:
One o,fhe Federal Superiisors of
leet! at each voting precinct, will
be a )emock, the law requiring that
the tYa. tipRjervisors at each precinot
shall be of "different political parties."
T.ae Ptupervisors are apthqrized ,and
i'quired "to challenge any vote oftered
by any person whose legal qualifica
Lions teither of them may doubt,;" to
be and remhin where the ballot boxes
are kept, at all Uimes after the pollo
are open, until every votebeas has
been counted, the canvass of all votes
polled be wholly completed, and the
proper and requisite certificates or
returns be made, and "to personally
inspect and scrutinize, from timo to
time, and i at all times, on tho day of
election, the manner in which the
voting is done. They are required to
personally Ecrutinize, count and can -
vass each ballot cast in their voting
precinct, may tako and occupy such
position as will bost, -onablo them to
see eauh person offering to vote, and
at the closing of' the polla aro required
to placo themselves in such position
as will enable them to fully perform
their duties in respect to tho work of
canvassing the ballots.
'I he following are the Democratic
Supervisors of the election at each
voting procinct in Pickens County:
Easley, 0. S. Bolt; Liberty, Job F.
Smith; Central, F. V. Clayton; Uur
rican, J. J. Herd; Pickens C. 11., Q.
V. Taylor; Dacusville, B. F. Morgan;
Pumpkintown, J. D). Ml. Keith; Eas
tatoo, Jacob Lewis; inklo's, Silas
rbo following gentlemen have been
appointed by recommendation of the
Eisley, A. M. Mauldin; Liberty,
Thos. Parkins; Contral, IR. W. Folger;
1urrican Thoinas Stewart; Pickens8
C. V., W. E. Welborn; Dacusville,
fReddin IRack ey; Pumpkintown, J. B.
Hester; Estatoo, II. J.Lewis; Hinkle's
TI. N. M%cKinnnev.
Chambci lain says Elliott is the most
corruptL man in the ~Rdical party.
Elliott says Clhaimbem lain is a scoun
drel and lho holds evidence in his
possesioni to convict him of felony.
Duiinni was the leader against Carrdozo
wyhen the Legislaturo undertook toc
remlov e him o frmom the reasu rersh ip,
andl said he wasI a consumated scoan,
drel. Cardozo says Danun is as cor'
r'upt and mean ats he can be, &c., &c.
These aro'the favorite candidates on
the Raidical ticket for the principal
officer in the State. They know each
other wvell and we believe they all
tell the truth. Can .any .honest man
vote for theom?
Accr'ding to the last census there
are 74,160 wvhito voters in the State.
IIamplton will receive at least 70,000
of that number, and will be elected by
twenty or twenty five thousand ma
The11 despoerate game of' Grant and
Chamberlain to carry this State for
the Republican party b)y beyonets, is
dlemoralizing the party in the North
ern States, which in.sures the election
of Tilden and Hendricks.
Is there a prIecinict in the County
which cain give a sclid Democratic
vote on Tuesday next? We think
there are two or three, and will anx,
iously awvait the returns to see.
If any voting p)rec'net in the County
gives a~ solidl Demnocratic vote on
Tuesday next, wve shall move, that the
other pr'ecinets in the County get up
f'inds and prIesent a suitable medal to
The Republicans aroe claiming those
who do niot propose to vote on Tues
(ay next. Let them turn out in order
to save themselves from being classed
with the Republicans.
All the mer'chants of Charleston
have agreed to close up) on Tuesday
next and devoto the day to the cause
of Uanpton, Reformff and Home Rule
Let the merchants (of Pickons do like,
There are seventy two colored De
mocratic clubs in Barnwell county.
The county is set down as safe for
one thousand Democratic majority.
The Press and Banner says that
Abbeville county is good for One
thousand Democratic majority.
Dunn said Chamborlain was a
thuief; Chamberlain returned tho corn
pliment; and now, t.hey both admiro
Did Chaberlain raise his voi e in
danunoiation ' the Civinhoy thas cre?
Not a b1t 4f it; but he set h4.to and
the instigatoO f the :4, U4 0. Bow
en, to cover it and eeq e kuilty
wretches ah ni uh as asi After
Hampton is'eleoted t ere wii bo , no
more Cainhoy affairs.
Chinquapins aqd chostnuts arp
abdndant in 'ChW-eston. So are
MAA1ttED'oiLWe1Mh 00, -tt'e'7wre"91
deuce of tha bride's father, by the Rev. H.
M. Singleton, Mr. ABNEI Q'ELTL to MISS
ELIZABETH CANTRELL-,all of Pickens.
D urrah for Hampton.
ON the 26th Oct.., at 11q reidence of the
Rev. Thos. Johnson, byt1i Rov.'J. C. Parrotit
Mr. DERRICK R. SPEARMAN to Miss LUCY
MARTIN-all of Pickens. Hurrah for Hamp
ON the 29th Oct. near Walhalla S. C., by
Rev. 0. A. Darby,, N;r. JNQ, L. ELLIS, of
Pickens County, to Mia SUE ALEXANDER,
ol Oconee County, ad6pte-d daughter of Jas.
PICKENS C. H., S. C., Oct 31, 1876.
A T the General Election to be held on the
7th of'November instant, the polls will
be open from 6 o'clock A. M. to.6 P. M. All,
Bar Rooms, Saloqns and other places for the
sale of Liqtors by retail, shall be closed at. 6
O'clock of the evening preceeding the day of
such Election, and remain closed uitil 6
o'clock in the mi rning of the day thereafter.
and during the time aforesaid, the sale of all
intoxicating liquors is prohibited.
JOHN R. COSSETT,
ALONZO M. FOLGER,
Commissioners of Election.
Nov 2, 1876 9 1
Notice to Creditors.
A LL persons having any demands against
the Estate of Rufus Oats, deceased, are
hereby notified to present the same within
the time prescribed by law, duly attested;
and those indebted to the Estate are requested
to come forward and set tle.
MARY A. OATS, Adm'x, and
ALONZO M. FOLOER, Adm'r.
Nov 2, 1876 9 2
T HE undersigned respectfully informs all
persons indebted to him for Blacksmith
ing, to come forward and :ettle by the lst of
December next, or their accounts will he
placedl in the hands of a Trial Justice for
collection. Save cost and settle. 1 must have
T. WV. IIILL.
Nov 2, 1876 9 3
A LL persons having Deeds, Liens or Mortia
.. gages in my office, .will please come
forward and lake thiem oul, as I dlesire to have
all my business in the office finished up when
my term expires; besides I need the mioniey
for recording same.
S. D. KEIT h, c.c.P. & . s
Nov 2, 1866 9 4
TIS PAPER 1S ON FILE WITIE
Where Advertising Contracts can be mnad.
TIL E BUSINESS OF HE NDRICKs
& WILLIA MS at Ecasley Station
wvill be continued by the undersigned
A good Stock of Gener'al Merchan
dise, COnsisting of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
In store and arriv1ing. All to bo sol-.
as cheap as any other establishment
For Cash or Barter.
We call attention of our friends
whom we havo been accommodating,
to their indebtedness to us, and ask
thorn to call at once and settle their
acconnts by cash or note.
The death of Mr. Hendricks makes
this call a necessity, and hope that
none will disregard it.
Bring in your Produce--the highs
est market prc paid fur Cotton,
Easley, Sept. 26, 1876 4 tt
The State of South Carolina
COUNTY OF PICKENS.
I By I II. Philpot, Judgqe of Probate.
Whereas, Henry Hester has made suit to
me to grant him Letters of Administration,
upon the Estate and Effects of Mrs. Margaret.
The kindred and creditors of the said Mrs.
Margaret Hester, deceased, are therefore cited
to be and appear before me, In the Court of
Probate, to be holden at Pickens C. H., on
ISaurday, 25th day of November, next, at 11
o'clock, a. in., to shew cause, if any they
have, why the said administration should not
diay under my hand and seal this, the
26hdyof Octorber A. D., 1876,
IH. PHILPOT, J..mo
Oct 27,.1876 8
EfLVr 8114TION, S. 1.
DE Ra IN
WILL .ELL GOODS IN THEIR LINE
-as gheap, as they can be bought in Pickens
Conty, for the cash, or in exchange for
cofntry produce. Our TERMS are strictly
Ioo SACKS SALT
IN STOWE, FOR $1.50 PER SAIM
JOHN T. GOSSETT & Co.
Mens', Boys', Childrens', Womens', and Miss.
es, BOOTS and SlO ES, in store and to ar
rive, at prices to suit the hard timea-for the
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
And Two Horse TURN PLOWS, Corn She]
lers and PLOW POINTS, very low for the
JOHN T. GOSSETT & Co.
And to arrive, 70 Bnrrels Common and Extra
FLOUR. Also, a heavy stock of BACON.
JOHN T. GOSSETT & CO.
An Elegant line of Prints, at 8 and 10 cents8
per yard. Also, a nice assort mnent of Sh1awls.
Bal Morals. Notions, Jeans, Linseys, &c.
Come and sjee themJ.
JOUN T. GOSSE[T & CO.
HATS, alnost, without No. at prices to
suit the niost stinigy.
.JOUN T. GOSSETT. & CO.
Oct 25, 1876 8
HAGOOD & ALEXANDER'S,
PICK ENS C. 11., S. C.,
WE ARE NOW RECEIVIN(G
from New York anid Baltimore, a large
and splendid Stockc of
These Goods were carefully selected
and closely bought by ono of the firm,
and CAN and WILL BE Bold at aston
ishingly low figures.
Among the many novelties to be
found in our stock, is the neat and
handsome Tilden, Hendricks, and
Hampton HATS, and the stylish
Call early, mako your selections
and be happy.
IIAGOOD & ALEXANDER.
Oct 25, 1876 8
TIlE UNDERSIGNED RESPECT
fully inform the citizens of Pickens
County, that they havo opened a
htock of New aooda
AT EASLEY STATION, S. C.,
Which they propose to sell as cheap
as anybody for
MAULDIN & HESTER,
Oat, 26, 1876 8 3m
TlHOSE indebted to the undersigned by
1.account or otherwise, are raquestedl to
comes forward and settle, by she 1st, of No.
vemember next, or their accounts will be
placed in the hands of an officer for collection.
Oct 26., 1876 $E A.MAU IN.
The ersigned offer t e4r entire STOCK
00 at coat and cartf%ge. Their stocl
Ilasswari, &C., &c.
If you want more Goods for he same
wfhMyir f6tfi httiv'g1 Nd"to Ne 'ork or
some other niirkt, as we are determined to
01,4p4 od it ;'ouq wtock A t the lo6We's possible
Come and be convinced. Examine foryour
selves and you will see that we imenii business.
Wr All y-rsons indebted to us ill please
call and settle, as we dieiro to close up our
business by the 1st of December.
BROWN & HENDRICKS.
OtL 26, 1875 8 tf
STA'TE OF1' SOUIL CAROLINA.
IN TH.E PROBATE COURT.
W. Silis Kirkses-s1 'hintiiff, against Joseph
A. Bates, Mary Bitites, Ilarvey E. Mull,
'Margaret Muill, Jainei s K. Kirksey,- Eliza
beth ( layton, and lobert C. Clayten
CoMri rNI'FO PARrITION AND SALE CF REAL
BY order of . II. Plhilpot, Judge of Pro-.
. bote, I will sell at Pickens Court House,
on -aleday in Noveiber ne,Xt, the following
1.EA L ESTATH of James icitli, deceased,
Tract No. 1,
Known as the Neal and Weems tract, con
inintig t a10 acres iuiie or less, on Carrick's
Tract No, 2,
Kn,%wz as the lleed survey, or No. 10 of old
survey, cuntaining 160 acres more less.
Tract No. 3,
Known as tract No. 11 in old survey, con
taining 78 acres more or les .
Tract No. 4.
Known as lie Table Hock 1lotel Place, con.
tainig ; a esv more less, Known as No. i,
in old survey.
Tract No. 5,
Known as the (Chaininii Place, containing 800
aicres mior'e or le'-'. known as No. 6, in old
survey. Sol for Partiitjin, &c.
TIE Il l -Cn a credit of 12 months, wit.h
initerefls Trom iite . except so mu chi as may be
neceessary i to pay costs of these prioceedings.
Purichiasers to give bondu antd moi(rtgalte-of the
premuises ,, secue the purl(d:ichase ,oniey.
AlIso, to pay exitra tor tit les andi mortgage.
Oct 12, 1876 5 4
S lATE 01F SOUTH CA\ ROLINA
( 1'T OF ?i) 68.
IN P UOBA TI+ T1.
Andrew .1. Cothrian Plainitiff', ngainst William
J. ('othiiran, .Josephi N. C othiran, Benjamin
Mainhla Sutrie's. .\ary )odlson, .Jane Dur
hamn, ebh'ccai \l cKinney, Th'lompson W'.
Tollojsoni and othlers.
CoMr a.un ro lo:-r l'riToN A Ni) SA LE OF RHAL
BY3 order' of 1T. II. lilpot, Juidgotf Probate,
I il sell uat P'ickens Court Ilouse on
Saledlay ini Noivembier next, thle REAL ES
T A TE of Samuitel W Cot bran, dIecaseL
One Tract of Lind ly ing and being in the
Counlt y andt St ate a foresaiud, being Tract No.
2, containing 49 acres more or less, adjoin
ing lanids of 11. F'. \l organ, .1. I Ilerd, Tract
No 1 and ot hitrs. Sol lor Patrtit ion, &c.
T1' 3 On M ) a creudit of l2 "'es, with
inte rest fromi (late, except so munch as imay be
niecessatry to1 pay costs of these proceedings.
tI rChaisers to give hondt anid mortgage of the
prietiiises to secnre thle puirchaise money. Also,
to paty extra for tile- aiindrortgage.
.J. JRlLlE ' F IG USON, s.r,o.
Oct 12, 1876 6 4
STA TE OF SO U II1 CA1ROLINA.
E.,P. Jones, Plaintiff, vs. J1. J. Hunt.
Y) virtule oif an order from 11 is lion. T. IH
I)Cooke, Jiudge oft lie th Ji . itcial Circuit,
to mec directed, I will sell to thle highest, bid..
dcer, on Saleday in N ovemiber next, the follow
ing PRIOPERTY',.to wvit:
(inc .Ttract of Land, sit uate in Pickens
County, on Rice's Creek, waters of Twelve
Mile3 River, conitaining~ 220) acres more or less,
adjoiniing landius of A be M1auldini, Elihu Grif.,
fin and others; sol as thle property of J. J,
Ilunt, at thle suit of H. P. Jones.
T ERMSi C ASl-urchaisers to pay extra
.1. RILEY FEROGUSON, s.r'.o.
Oct 12, 187i 4
APPICA TION has been made to I. I.
.Phiilpot, Esq., Judge of Probate for
Pick ens County, for leave to make a Final
Settlement of the Estate of Henry Hendricks,
dleceased, on Friday, the 17thi day of Novem
ber next, and be (discharged therefrom as Ex..
cutors of said I;stat e,
JOllN M. IIENDRICKS, 1
J1AS. F. HIEN DRICKS j Ex'or
Oct 19, 17
rp flE subscriber respect fully calls on those
I.whose Notes andl Accounts are yet un
paid, to come up and settle by the first oft
November. Produce taken at market prices.
After that time my Books and Accounts will
be placed in other hands for collection.
J. WV, EAllLE.