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D F. BRADLEY. Editor.
PJOKENS '0.1 I., B. C.:
Thursday, August 22, 1878
W. D. SIMPSON.
For Secretary of State,
R. M. SIMS.
For Superintendent of Education,
11. S. TUOMPSON.
For Adjutant and InspectorsGeneral,
E. W. MOISE.
' For Stato Treasurer,
S. L. LEAPIIART.
LEROY F. YOMANS.
D. WYATT AIKEN.
.ir. John McFall, of William ston,
one of the surveying party on the Bol
ton, Williamston and Easley Railroad,
gave us a call on last Monday morns
ing. Mr. McFall informs us that the
routo now being surveyed will pass
within threo-quarters of a mile of this
place, and that it is pronounced by
Capt. Kirk, the chief engineoy, en,
tirely practicable. Capt. Kirk thinks
the grading can be (lone with convict
labor at a cost of six or eight hundred
dollars per mile. The party expects,
with favorable weather, to reach .Iol.
ly Springs Church, near the foot of
the mountains, by to night (Thurs,
day.) On this route, wvhen it reaches
Holly Springs will be 200 feet higher
th~an the ground at the church, and if
this advantage can be hold, ~Sassafras
Gap can, it is thought, be passed with
out much trouble. It is the intention
of Capt. Kirk to survey Sassafras Gar
and Reedy Covo Gap and ascertair
which passage over the mountains wvil
be most practable. Both surveys wvil:
be made by next Saturday night.
This road can and will be built.
General .T. W. Gray.
We notice that General J. WV. Gra3
has been niominated by his friends foi
re-letion to the Legislature from'
Gireenville County. We have had
the ho*nor of serving for the last twc
years in that body with the General
and we do not mean any fulsom pr'aise
when wo say that the .State did not
have a more faithful, energetic and
accomplished Representative than he
Wehad the pleasure of serving with~
him on the bond compromise commit
toe, and was there, more thaa at any
other time, impressed with his great
,adherence to princilo and what hc
concuived to be the best interest o1
the State. Woc have nio desiroe tec
mddle with G reenville a firs, or at
*empt to dictate to them who they
-should send to the .Legislature, but
we may be pardoned for saying that
jor the interest of the State, we hopt
to soe mon of his stamp-honorable
independent, in thought and chivia
rous, Ben t to th e Legisla ture.
The Now Yor'k Times reports Con
gressman Rlaincy as saying that "th,
upweoantry peoplo of Sonth Caroling
are even more ignorant and miacl
more depraved than the negroes whon
they affect to regard with so mucd
contempt. 4'hoir one desire -is to go
enou~gh .coarso' food to eaw a~nd enougi
corn~ whiskoy to drin&k Their habi
tationa are in most cases bro ken do'.vi
log cabins, and all their surrounding
filkhy and squalid in the extreme. Li
such .a community it is, of course, no
-to be wondered at that illicit distiller
are shielded against the law, and th
leaders ot, Ilamb urg massacres ani
Edgefild riots regarded as 'heroes."
This is what a mullatto misrepre
sentative in Congress thinks o~f th
bi~hte peop'lo of' the uip-country. I
they had been Republicans Mr. RIaino;
wouldievidenitly have thought ther
the most enlightened and cultivate<
people in the State. 'But they, b;
their votes In '76, sealed *the fate c
IRadicalism in Bouthb Carolina, ani
raade it Impossible for Rainoy to mis
rpresent the State any longor. Ti
is the-seorel. of his animus towards th
people of LIII up-oonntry, and who
%t BjI takes the seat be noi
d[4N # lif' ohas ha
Prooeedings of Demooratio Club.
PIcKENS S. C, Aug. 18,. 1878.
Pursnant to adjourn ment, the Pick.
Oea C. 1. lemooratio Club met this
day. D. F. Bradley, President, in tbe
The proceedings of the last Meeting
wore road and confirmed.
Maj. J. J. Lewis offered tho follow
ing prcamblo and resoluitions. which
was unanimously adopted:
WHEREAS, it is commonly roported
thit the colored voters of this County
are laboring under the impression that
any voter has a right to attach himself
to a Democratic Club and- vote in the
S)rimnary election if hee votos for a~
emocrat, but that it would not be
binding upon thoun to vote for the
rogl nomninces of the Democratic
pat ty-at the general election, and that
they wouW be at liberty to voto for
wh'msoever they pleasod. Therefore
Rcsolred, That it is the sense of tho
Pickens C. If. Club that according to
our constitution, wjieh requires a
pledge from every man joining it, that
ho will support all the nominoos of the
party, National, State and County,
no man is allowed to vote in the pri
mary election who does not absolute
ly bind himself to stand to the require
mnonts of our constitution iq this re,
spect, and who does not join the club
without any reservation whatever. Be
Resolved, That the man.a gers of the
primary eloction of this club be, and
they are hereby, instructed not to r'o
ceive the vote of any man who is not
known to be a Democrat and thor
oughly in accord with the party and
pledged to support all its nominees at
the general election,
Resolvedfurther, That each club in
this County be, and they are hereby,
requested to give their managers the
same instructions as are hore given to
the managers of this club, and that
the action of this club be brought to
the notice of the County Executivo
Committee at its next meeting, with
the request that it take action to car
ry into effect theso resolutions.
On motion of Capt. J. A. Griffin, the
club went into an election fur mana
gors to conduct the primary electin
at this place, and, on motion of' Mr.
WV. WV. Boyd, Messrs. J. F. Folger, C.
P. Barrett and Wim. -Waldiop were
On motion it was agreed that the
meoting to be held at this place, on
the 26th inst., be held at the standl(
abovo the Griffin Sprin'g, and the Ex
e eutive Committee were requested to
make all necessary a rrangemonts ior
On motion, a committee consisting
of Maj. J. J. Lewis, 0. P. Field and
G. WV. Taylor, were appoinited to comn
municato with and request Governor
Hampton to meet with us at an early
day and addr'ess the p~eople of our
county concerning the recent revenuo
troubles in the upscountry.
On motion, the club adjourned to
meet on August 26t.h, 1878, at 10)
o'clock, A. M.
1). F. BRADLEY, President.
G. WV. TAYLOR, Secretary.
The Inspection at Easley.
- The review and inspection of the
troops of this County, by Adjutant
and Inspector General Moise, came off
at Easley last Monday. Quite a
cr'owd of citizens assem bled to'witness
the exercises, and the Hampton Home
Guards, of thuis placo, and the Easley
Light Guards, of Easloy Station, ac,
quitted themselves ver'y handsomely
&nd 'vere highly complimented by
General Moise. Owing to the moot..
ing of the County Executive Commit
toe, we were debarred the pleasure of
witnessing the review and listening to
the burning and eloquent words of
General Moise in his address, which,
we are informed, made a fino impres
sion on his hearers. lie urged the
p~eoplo to stand to the cause of Des
Imocracy, w~hich has, in the sthort space
of less than two years, done so much
for South Carolina. Hie also urged
the coloned people to join the Demo%
cratic party and go with their true
a friends, and said that their Republi%
i can leaders had deserted them after
t they could' no longer rob the State.
s After th&s speaking, the Hampton
a Home Guards wore taken in charge
I by the Easroy Light Guards and
marched to an unoccupied store, on
- MaiR Street, whore the fair indies of
a Easley had spread a repast that would
f have done credit to any place or occa
r sion. All wore feasted (and your
r humble servant w'as one of them) and
1 there was an abundance left. We
vheard but one expr'ession from the
jmembers of the Hampton Home
~ Guards, and that was that the hospi.
tality and courtesy oxtenaded them
should be amply repaid if occasion 00,
S curred, and, if the .occasion should not
e occur in~ the course of events, they
wou1M make It.
.Eerything passod off quietly and
.pleasantly, the only regret being that,
eying to aiokness, our beloved Gov
. wwr oouzld not be with oW?
PENDLETON 8. C., Aug. 10, 1878.
DEAR SENTINL- O doubt ore t6is
you have been looking for some, -.,
count or details of the "Red Shf's'"
olebration, proposed to be bold hdre
on Friday, 28d inst. But"Major wIs,
.who has been Nome time in poseessi'on
of them, could have given them if ask.
ed for. . He has accepted an invita
tion for his company of "Red Shirts,"
(Central) as part of the original or
ganization, to join in it. It is to take
the form of a review, political meeting
and basket pic-nic. This latter is an
important feature in the programme,
and one on wiich, in a great measure,
the whole success depends, for to ge,
cure thebaakets one must secure the
ladies, and once the. ladies secured you
have the males sure. Gov. Hampton,
Gen. Moise, Gen. McGowan, Hon. J.
L. Orr, W.&C. Keith, Esq., pd otber
prominent persons have been invited.
Mnjor B. B:-Murray will give the an
niversay addrers. Gen. W. V. Hum
phreys and staff are coming, and the
11th Brigado has been ordered to ro
port at Pendleton on that morning in
honor of the occasion. "Tho Red
Shirts" have mounted another gun and
drilled with two pieces on Saturday
last. Lumber has boon. hauled into
the grove near the Episcopal Church
for the speakors stand, and a commit,
tee of gentlemein, who livo in the sur
.rounding neighborhood of Pendleton,
has been appointed by. the company
and Democratic Club (which has join
cd in. the celebration) to solicit baslk
ots, &c. Among the gentlemen of
said committee I see that of Lieuton
ant G. Gaines, of Central, who 1 have
little doubt has the success of tho af
fair at hear t as much as any of us, and
we hope to sc the Cetntral company
march in well and strongly represent
ed. Sandy Springs company, Conne
ross company and Five Forks com
pany will also be there. And if the
11th Brigade turn out .wll there will
be0 a large body of military to reviow,
not to mention the civilians antd can,
didates (a crowd by themselves). I
understand the crop of them in Pick
ens this year is abundant, anid thle
drought has not cut them oftf hardly
any'. [low Tn'IE SENTINEL'S heart
must rejoice at tho V's .h arvesed.' Are
there any of the "'dear pgople"' left, in
the county? Or have they all becomc
c!andidateLU,? Thme Anderson Brass
Bai~nd has kindly conIsen)ted to play3 for'
us, anmd to judge frm all ap)pearnces
the anniversary will be a success.
IDEAR SENTNNr1-:-Yes t.crday, 14th,
was a jolly day in Central, expceta-.
Lion had been on ''tip too" for many
days previous, aiid whetn the day sure
enough camoe round, it was hailed
with joy. Eamrley ini the nmorning the
people began to pour in from all di,
reetior~s, so that by 10 o'clock, our
little burg was aill in a big stir about.
True, the crowd was not a very'large
one, yet, it was quite a novel one,
being composed mostly of candidates,
in fact candidates came in so rapidly
at one tirh~e, that I began to fear there
would not be a flea apiece, however I
befievo all were supplied at last.
About I[ o'clock the multitude rc-.
paired to the grovo North of Eaton
street, where a suitable stand had
been previousmly erected for the bene.
fit of candidates who wished to stump-r
Maj. D). F. Rradloy was the first
speaker, and occupied the stand more
than an hour, his remarks were lis
tened to with marked attenticn, and
was delivoroed in that candid unassum
ing style that al ways carries conviction
Mr. Bradley was interupted several
times during his .d iscourse by the
"Parson,"; who richly deserves to have
13 fleas in each of his socks for thir
teen days, as a punishment for his
Dr. Fields was next on the rostrum,
and consumed about an equal length
of -time with the first speaker. His
remarks wore principaly confined to
legislative economy, and was received
with 'applauso from his friends.
Dr. Fields was not interuptod during
But I can not give you the whole.
proceedings in detail, suffice it to say,
every one 'stumped' that had a mind to
and every thing passed off pleasantly
and harmoniously. Late in the even'.
ing, however, there was un misf akable
signs that manty who loved the "ari
dent'' ha'l beeni fully supplied, but
taking everything into consideraltion,
our boys behaved very wvell, and who
over happens to be successful in the
forthcoming contest for tho Senate
and lower fonise of the Legislature,
cannet fail t8 feel proud of the noble
and honest constituency ther will re
The Rlepublican party of the Trhird
Congrbational District in this Btate
has nom'inated .Dr. J.' F. Jhesor, of
URinh~td coutty,, as its oindidate
Iapinaet on. 'n Wyr.t lin
IIEADtAnfanS 11T1 CAi. BRIoADE,
STAT3'VoiVNTEME TRooPS S. C.
Anderson, S. (., Aug. 6, 1878.
Geheft'l Order No. 2.
"The Red ShirtsO having extended 4
an invitation to the offices and men of
the 11th Cavalry Brigade to meet
them in review fit Pendleton, 8, C.,
on the occasion of their anniversary,
and such invitation having been aoc
cepted, the Colonels of the Eastern
and Western lRogiments, and the
Captains of unattached Companies are
hereby ordeiod to appear with their
cominanda at Pendleton on the morn.
ing of the 23d instant at 9 o'clock.
By order Gen. W. W. .Humphreys.
E. B. MURRAY,
. Adj. Gen. 11th Brigade S. V. T.
The Radicals In making no nomina
tions for Governor or State oficors
hope to lull onr people into security
and capture the Legislature and a
majority of Congressmen. In the
language of Governor Hampton, it is
bettor for th3 people that they oloct a
majority of the Legislature than it is
to elect the Governor. It it almost
as important to elect a majority of
Congressmen, for the next Prosiden
tial election may be thrown into the
lower House of Congress and a ma
jority of the delegation vote Pfor the
For the Senate.
AWO The many friends of ROBERT F.
MORGAN, Esq., respectfully announce him
as a candidate for the State Senate at the en
suing election, subject to the will of the whole
VE% The many friends of Dn. W. T.
FIELD respectfully announce him as a can
didate for the Senate--ltbject to the primary
election. MANY FRIENDs.
N The many friends of the ion. D. F.
BRADLEY announce him as a candidat~e for
the Senate--subject to the primary election. I
Mr. BRA DLEY has made a useful and eflicent
menrlber of the lower Ilouse, and cannot fail
to give satisfaction in this new and higher
field of duty. MANY VOTERS.
Easley, June 7, 1878.
For the Legislature.
)l%9.,. Thie4riends of E. H. BATIRS take
thec liberty of annou ncing him a candl~idate(
for re-elect ion for thle Legislattlire at thle en,
suing elect ion-subject t a thme primary elec, f
u. B.ATi.s madec a v'ery prompt and efi. I
cent mnember at the last term, ams thme journals
I3FI. The friends of' B. J. JOHNSTON
respecelfully an nouince hmim as a candidatec for -
thle Legislature at. the ensuing elect ion
subject to the action of the voters of Pickens |
County, at the a.proaching primary elect ior..
%. The many friends of A. R1. CRAIG
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
the Legislature at thme ensuing elect ion--s
ject. to a nomination at the primary election. C
9%, The many friends of Mn. WV. T.
BOWEN respectfully announce him as a-can
didate for the Legislature-subject to nomi-,
nation by the primiary election.
$93 The friends of R. A. JIHILD nomi
innte him for the Liegisiature.-subject to a
nomination, at the primary election. Mr.
CurtD is a young man of a elity, and if el
ected, will reflect credit alike upon himself
and constituents. MA NY FRIENDS.
For School Conimissioner,
2% The miany friends of R1EV. B. S- r
GAINES respectfully announce him as a can- 2
didate for School Commissioner at the ensu
ing election-subject to a nomination at the
approaching primary election.
& The many friends of Rev. G. W. (
SINGLETON, withsleasure, nominate him e
as a candidate for re~elction to the office of s
Count y School Corn issioner--sub~jee) to the t
will of the voters at !e approaching primary
Mr. SINOLETON has b. nfn untiring in his i
efforts to build up and ri-i the schools of c
Pickens County and faithful iA the discharge i
of every official dumty, and his re-elcet ion will (
give costinued sotisfact ion to his.t
_______MANY FRIENDS. s
For Corgner. d
MW TIhe many friends of '4I08. PARK
INS respectfully announce him as a candi.
date for the effice of Coroner of Pickens m
County at the ensuing elgetion, subject to a c
nomination at the approaching primay elec-.
For Probate Judge.
Di The many friends of REV. OLIN L. '
D)URANT respectfully announce him a can- L
didate for Probate Judge at the ensuing elec
tion--subjeot, however, to the primary elec
tion. FRhENps. 0
giyg The friends of W'. I. FIELD, respect- 4
fully announce him as a candIdate for re
elcint h fieofPoaeJde'b
eectio to h omiiof Proate Judgryeub- ~n
Mr nL wamd nefcetadfl af
ofeicer, ad noinaeheti on tepimar beiled th Cn
Mr.tFsfatig b has madAanef flen ad aiwf. rw
oicranhireeeton ilbeh i thC
satisfection by his NANlf'FREEND .. in
.DZ)AR SENTINni: Wo -had a couple
of lively rnatelh gatnes of base bal-in
our little town, and as "Shanks" said
pothing of our ganmo last week, I
thought that I *onld send up the
score of the two games to lot our
Cvunty k now what we aro doing in
our little town.
On last Thursday *eek, Central
Club played with Pendloton Club, in
whigh, Central came off completely
victorious,,nraking a scoro of 51 to 14.
See score below.
On Saturday the 10th, we had an
other game with the Walhalla Club,
in 'which Central again came off com,
pletely victorious. There wero 9 in
nings, and the Centrals made 52 runs
asd 28. outs. The Walhallas made 15
runs and 27 outs.
If Central con'tinues in ouch good
playing, she will eortainly "got her
namo up." She has beaten every
club that she has played with.
On Friday, tho 23d, Central pros.
poses to go to Anderson, to play with
the Anderson Club.
The Central Club is fast improving
in playing, and we certainly wish
them success, and hope to have the
pleasure .of writing her name as the
"champion club" ofupper South Ca
Innings 1123 4 5 0 7 18 9 runs outs
Alford II 1 0 () 0 2 6 3
S Rowlatd 1 00a 1 1 0 1 .03 7 3
Werner () 0 1 0 1 1I2 7 1
0 Gaimes I 1 0 1 00 11 11 6 4
II Coo 0 _0 2 001 1 2 t; 3
V Gaines 1 0 0 1 01 1 02 f 8
Lassale 0 ,0 10 1 5 g
Thrasiler 01 1 100 0 5 3
. Howland olo0jj 1 00 02 i3 6
To tal1, - I51 2
PELNDLEToN SCo LE.
InningS. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 91 runs ouif s
McConnel, 1 0 1 00 0 0 1. 0 0 3 3
Gaillard y 0 1I00 1 0 0 o 02 4
IHolmes 00 1 000 0 010 01 4
Campboll 1 Oil |000 0O 0 0 0 2 3
Moore |I 0O'1 0 o 0 0 1 3
Pinkind |0 0 1 00 0 0 0 0 2 2
Evis 010,0 000 0 1) 0 1 1 3
Pickenis 0'0 1 00i 0( u o 0 ,0 i 4
Slouan 0loll 00 0 0 0 0 |oi1 3
Total, , . -. I 14 I29
The resolutions adopted .by the
Democratic club at (his la1co at its
last meeting is, we think, entirely
right. Trhis is a contest for party noms
nntion and none but Domoerats have
a right to participa~c. Anly man u ho
la a Decmocrait can jouin and vote, but
if Repu blicains are0 allowed to Vol 1', and1
perhaps~) decide who1( are to be the
nloinnefOs of the parity, we had better
disband and have no party organiza,
Lion at all. Let every chub in the
County follow the example of the
clb at this place, and thereby pre,
serve the organization andl unity of
the partyv. The1 resclitionis explaini
themselves and are publ ishied in this
issue, in the p)roce'din1gs of the club
meeting, anmd we hope every Demno
cr'at will read them. Th~le object is
not to exclude any Democorat, but to
confine the~ voting for ncminees of the
party to the ranks of' the party. The
Democrats are coe tainly able to make
their nominations without the assis
tance of the Republicans.
WVAZUINGTo N, August 1.--The gov
ermnnt has 'nearly completed the
necessary arrangements for the trial
of the revenue cases in South Caro,
lina, at a term of the United States
-Circuit Court to be held early in. Sep
tember, at wvhich Chief J ustice Waite
und Judge Bond will occupy the bench
together. The Fed eral authorituies
here are impressed with the import..
ance af thdse cases and the issues in.
volved, and will have unusually
Atrong counsel to conduct, tihe etsses,
and to maintain the-right of the Gen
eral Government to enf.orce its laws
in the several States wv.thout the in,%
terfercuce of State authorities. Ex-.
Secretary B. Hi. Bristow has been in.
viteud to take charge of the cases in
behalf ot the government, and hae
signified his readiness to do so.
.lHo will be allowed to select such
assistance a~ffi may desire, and the
probabdlity is that other prIolminent
lawyersa will be aisked to take part in
the cases. It is known here -that the
tato authoritics of South Carolina
will contest, to their titmost ability tile
position taken by the Federal Gov
ernment , anid maintain that the State
alone havejurisdiction of such cnses as
thle present ones. Eminent counsel
will be employed to aid thle Attorney
General ot the State, and tile cases
arc reOgara'ed by lwnding lawyers as of
the most important, thnt bauyo arisen
for yours. It is exhpected that the
cases will be carried up to tho' Su
pr'eme Court of thle Uniited Sae for
final decision, no matter ho w thbey may
be decided by the Circuit Court.
A letter from Paris to the Persovos
ranza says that it is rep~orted in
promindnt political circles in France
that Italy is quietly arranging for
the ocenpation -of an island in thle
Fok Couny Tr
1esolvod, Tha4 the Oaouio Dmooratio
ib, and te An$ friende f MR. B. F
dtGAN tunanirsofsly nofbibate him as a
andidate tot CounV Tteasoir of Pickens
"onnty, subject to tb primlat4leotion.
MR. MORGAN AS an. old residegztLgf t49
,ounty and fully qualified In every respect to
ill the office with honor to his county and
he many friends who earnestly desire his
Rlection to the office of County Treasurer at
he ensuing eliction. " ! ' I
5AcUSVILLE DEMOUA10CCLB & B& Es.
3. Conformably to, the.. requieme*nt.
he County Executive Committee of tbke Do,
neoratic party, the friends of W. '; AI.
3001) respectfully present hj4 nap to the
nemocratic voters of Pickens Coun pr ie
>ffice of Oounty Treasurer, at the approach-.
ig primary election. Fig eNDS.
FXLLOW-CITIZENs: I have recently been atp.
pointed County .Treasorer by lhe e'overnorc
ro conforir to the requirments of our County
)emocratic txeoutive Committee I offer myssif
ts a candidate for t.he offic of,County.Treas
trer at the primasy -election, 80th of August
iext. My health, and the d4ties of my. office
vill not admit of visiting. you onhieh. I re
>ectfgilly ask that you kindly consider m-y
laims at the next primary election. . Res
oectfully, .T. W. ]RUSSEiL1.
M The many friends of W. T. McFAL'
innounce hnim a candidate for Auditor
ubject to-the primary election. Mr. McFALi.
s a young man of fine business qualificationa
Lnd will make a first class Auditor.:
lig"- In presenting the name of W. H.
IESTER, of Central, to the voters of Pick
ns County for their suffrages for th; office
if County Auditor at the ensuing prmary
lection, we str.te without. disparagement of
my other person, that lie is ir. eve a yay-. I
>re-eminently qualified for the 4ion,
iving graduated at a first class .isiness
ollege in Baltimore, and inaddition *o mer
t, he is a native son of Pickens.
W5- Conformably to the requirements of
he County Executive Committee of the DC- -
nocratic party, the friends of JOSEPH W.
3RUNSON respectfully present his nare to te
Iemocratic voters of Pickes County, for
lhe oflice of Count y Auditor, at the approach
ng primary election,. . FRrENDS.
E~f In complhance with the requirements
>f the County Executive Committee ot the:
)emlocratic party, lhe many friends of S. D).
GEITHI respectfully present his naume to the
)emocratIe voters of Pickens County at the
'pproaching yirimary election, for the office
f County Auditor. Mal4Ny FIIEN us.
OEY"' Cantfor mably t o t Le act ion orf t he
~ont~ Decmocraitic Executive Conmmittee,
lie frienJds or CA PT. J. J. G ARVIN respect
ully announee himi as a candidate for tihe
flice of County Audito-:' at the approachiing
rimary elect ion. Fauits.
g@ rhe friends of WV. WV. F. BlUIGiIT
nnounce him a camtldate for County Audi
ir at the priay election.
- MA\Y FuRj:,us.
For County Co-nmissioner.
!!,. The numerous friends of IIARtDY
LISTRA P announce him a candidate for
'ounty Commissioner, subject to the will of
hec Voters at the approatging predary elec
ion. Mr. G1LSynar is a self made, pri -t.
ali man. thorouighly acquainted with' the
rants of the' people, than whcm none would
etter serve the interests of the entire peo4.
>ie in this office. MANY VOTERS.
O(&- The friends of E. H. LAWRENCE
espectfully announce him as a candidate for
lounty Comnmissioner-subject, to a. nouhina..
ion at the approachitig primary election. .
lit The friends of JOHN T. LEWIS re
uectfuilly announce him as a candidate for re
Ietion to the office of County Gosimissioner
-subeject to a nomination at the primary
fl)(,I. The frends of TIHOS. P. LOOPER
especfully announice him as a candidate for
c-election to the office of .County Commis
ioner-subject to the primary election.
!!9. The experience, financial -ability,
antriotism, and zeal that has heretofore
haracterized the oflicial record of JOHN T.
IOSSET T, prompt us to present him as a
andidate for the office of County 0ommis
ioner-subject to the voice of the people at
lie approaching primary election.
%g!11, After repeated solicitations on the
art of my friends, and being the unaninmus
huoice of Pumpkiuntown Deniocratic Club, .1
ave consented to become a candidate for .
ounty Conrwuissi'oner, subject to a nominas.
on at the primay election; and an I am a I
~rangpr in many parts of the County, I 'will
iy to the voters, that if elected, I will en
eanor to do may whole duty.
A. B. TALLEY.
10. The many friends of LAB AN IhJAUL.
IN respectifully announce him as a candi.
ire for County Commissioner at the eteunn
ect ion--subject to a nomination at the up~
'eaching primary election.
lht The friends of J. C. WATKINS (of
avIn Township) respectfully. announee bin
I a candidate for Cournty Commissioner at
Le next election-subject to the nomination4
primary election.- MANY FatEWs.
10% The friends o'f Captain J~plE8 A.
RIFFIN respectfully announce him as a
.ndidate for County Commissioner at the
isuing election--subjeft to a nomination at
e primary election. M ANY ParIuxos,
100 The friends of Captain J& .. HlERbt
spectfutlly announce htmu as. a candidate for
>unty 'Comtnisoner-subject to the prt.
iry elolion. MAar Fsvn&a