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e ease ofpKaae.et at., fo
so that all the people may be Worm
ed of tbe bad intentions of a portion
of theW follow citizans? We have
not before since the days of Chamber.
1,1878 lain, Corbin & Co., heard of a probas
bility of a revival of Ku-Kluxism,
and if General liagood had made any
.b,'rofluses the motion such discovery, he is certainly ahead
%case of Kane et al., fow of any newspaper man in the State.
Amos Ldd, to the Ufaitterances sound very wildly to
tf Cntirt. WA . haie not
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-O.tlons to fill, and we want men to Rules Governing the Primary *$1tegp
i thet that are honest, sober, xpe. fdr Piokens County.
alenced, practical, intelligent men; RULi 1. The primary electionfo.r
men of the best - talent and brain In Pickens County bhall be held on .Pra.
the County, so that they may be an day, the 30th day of August, 1878, .at
Sth the usual place of meeting of each
honor to the office and not the Offiee club. -.
an honor to the men. These are some RULE 2. The Secretary of each
of the qualifications that make a mhn c'ub shall make out and furnish a full
competent to fill an office, and without lit3t of all members of his club to the
them he is totally incompetent. I managers of election, who shall be
dot ,tbree in number, appointed by each
on't mean that a man has to be a local club. The mnaiugers of election
graduate of some College to be quali- shall have power to add, in their dies
fled, not at all. We want men that eretion, any further nanes to the pol
-, 0 . 1, 611 jt. ell npQ n tjm n in joinl on
JoN.x 1 Q I
otgfre~s. W In presentin the e
HESTER, of Central,
The friends of the Hon. D. WYATT ens County for their offrages .j
AlKEN' respectfully; nominate him for re- of County Auditor s the eas*g Prilar
eleetion to Congress---suhject to the Demo% election, we state wi ut dispugemnt
cratie nomination. any other person, th he is 'in every Vy
pre-eminently qualif forthe poetioul I
For the Senate- baying graduated at first oias business
ollege in Baltimore, a in addition tolser
3f. The many friends of Da. W. T. I, he is a native son o Pickene,
FIELD respectfully announce him as a can- ' MAxy FauanDs.
didate for the Senate-subject to the primary
elecion MAY FRE~o ry /2 Conformably t he requiremeldi o
election. MIANY FRND8* hAe County Executive ommittee of the D
mocratie party, the fri de of JOSEPfI W.
BRUNSON respectfully esent his napnethep
Democratic voters of ekens Coupty, for
the office of County Audi r, at the approach. *
ing primary election. FaxxNDs.
S'- In compliance w the requirements
of the County Executive Committee of the
Democratic party, the m friends of S. D.
KEITH respectfully pr his name to the
Democratic voters of Pick s County at the
approaching primary elect n, for the odice
of County Auditor. ANY FaizUND.
SW- Conformably to t action of the
County Democratic Exec ve Commiutee,
the friends of CAPT. J. J. RVIN respect.
fully announce him as a didate for the
office of County Auditor at t approaching
primary election. FatzaNs.
SW- The friends of W. I F. BRIGHT'
announce him a candidate for ounty Audi.
tor at the primary election.
For Probate 'Ju e.
SW The many friends of R . OLIN L.
DURANT respectfully announce im a can
didate for Probate Judge at the suing elec
tion-subject, however, to the pr ary elec
SW- The friends of W. 0. FIE , respect.
fully announce him as a candid e for re
election to the office of Probate J ge--.sub.
ject to a nomination at the primar election.
Mr. FIELD has made an efficient a faithful
officer, and his reselectt on will be h led with
satisfaction by his MANY FRI D8.
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