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of o ck i or leesferke Arst inerrlioe
cente flor eaeh e.ubaeryuent insertion,.
made to nierohavtts antd othere
p r six months or by the year.
eNtce and Tribute of Respect
anc Oandidates fie dollars, in a.
s ontrary to newspaper regulatione
oublish articles in commendation of can
tes unless paid for as advertisements.
Ve are careful to write no editorial that
would in the least Indicate our own prefer
enoe for any candidate for a County of
fine, and cannot permit others to do so un
loss they pay for it. Of course, we, like
all other voters, always have our prefer
enoe, and my express our opinion individ,
ually, but we cannot permit. the free use of
oatr columns to advance the person-d or
Volitical 2intvrest o' any one. We hope all
understand us and none inay feel aggrieved
vhen their communications endorsing or
roootnmendinig any parti icular candidate
. toesl not appear in oier col-Amns.
The people of Gailfiney City are moving
for a new County, to be made out of por
tions of Spartanburg, Union and York
with the Court House at GatIney City. The
proposed boundary would include about
five hundred square illese one hundred and
twenty-five less than the Constitution re
quires, but t.he citizens of Oaffiiey would
have this barriei to the accomplishiient of
their. Inuch desireai pipose removedi by
ansmendment to the Constitution, cling
Ing the limitation. They desire the Legis
lature, at tQhe approaching extra sessioi, to
subiit a constitutienal amendment to tihis
4ffect We are rather inelined to favor
smnaller counties for stveratl reasons whtichi
we will not en umeratecI here, buit unless our
mind undergoes a change, shall oppose
legislation of tiny kindl at thec extra session.
except a lbill to redistict the St ate, thle ob,
ett for which the extra session has been
The notoriqus E. W. M. Mackey, whlo
by the way is one of the bii ter-est and most
inalignant renegaides Souith Carimolinai hias
ever produced, hats becat seated ini plaice of
Dibble, (tin intelligent. and honorable gent.
tieman) from the Second District. Machev,
it will be rememb~eredl ran against O'C onner
And was beaten, butt hie contestedl O'C'o
/ ner's seoat as soon as he found thle Rlepub
t.M~ud have a imijon-ty in thle 110ouse
~ ~ut before the contest could be 'heard,
V ~ onnor died, and Governor lagood or
dored an election to ibl the vacancy. Thie
Demtocrats nowmat ed 3lr. Barnutel Dib
blo of Orangeburg, 'vho~ was ele~cted1 withI
utoppositiotn. andit wastt sworn ini whenm
tihe Ihouse wa'ts organirzed. Thmis accordingz
to Republican ruling4 placed Mr 1)tbble
In the shoces of O'Coniner, and lhe had to
defend his right to his seat by an election
ait which ho was not a ca:.didate. lin pre
paring the tedti mony for tranismissioni to
Washington, Mackey forged much of it to
suit his owvn piurposes. - The crime wats dis
covered by .M1'. Dibble, who mnade an elfor:
to have ain invest igFation of thle forgery' bo0
fore final aiction, but the Radicals hai ng a
small-majority ini the llouse ai wisihing~ to
increase It by just such mateia~l as E. WV.
Mi. Mackey for )Iipupses that my be de
loped later, besides being blinded to till
fairness t owards thle SouthI, by priejuidice
iid hatred,. refused to cider the inivest ig'a.
tion. Then the D~emiocrat s, rat her tan
* perjury should triumph, resor-ted to fill.
u~sterinig to prevent, tlie seating of Alae~key
int-il an inv'estigaiont wa~s pe-rmitt ed. But
the Afadicals beleg determined to have
Southiern blood, werie not1 to be foiled, anid
having in Speakeir Keifer' a ready and wil
ling tool, reosortce~to revolut ionary methl
ods to carry out theirh pr-ogu amime. They
Schanged the rules whicoh permit ted flibius
Stering Itt a most orbit rary way, lie Mpeaik,
er ruthng the Democrats out of orli-r uipoi
every tnotion made, comntrary to thie exist.
na rules of theto house amid all pariian
~ tory u8ages, thus cinabling tile miajarity to
~ ttoff the Democrats antd seat Mlackey by a
~re spojority vote.
lt slauld bs rem~ebeed by (te whiite
A non of this State th it. all the so~eailled
~psthern Orcenbackers- voted fr-Omt fest to
.I *lth the Republicans, and in their
kles weras radically Radical as t hie
.-~ ' adical Amember of the llouse. These
i' ti e .pen who would reiv adicalism
(tAe fitc a good nhan as 8:tin
se 4 1. gtve way to jwtoh a c'neumi
6Mipo Mackey, ,, at t-he same
J atf e~ 1lfve nt. lo-4 a groat (heal.
cato'is have the majority in t'he
4y havo gaine.1 muuch politi
'It*11show our people' that they
A '?4c uny dlegree or firness) o1'
at I hn hiands of the 'hepubli
atolidii~fy them as it'th.
T~e m19rat; of the
4r19n Oild tt Tds Anll
Meob of th..peace. a
. Judgohargel th r 'anl ury
$Ief, IUe jaid that .in s much a thby
ad e~x.gutsi.4 (Pe pubio buldllwge and
4Moes at the last term of Court, and ex.
*1988e4 ttViseos as satisfied with the
londition of the public bull ings and the
iofduot of the County officers, he would not
Kequire that duty Qf them at this term, un
*ess some of them knew of some reason
wlw another investigation should be made
it this time. lie ilcti charged them spe
eincally as to the law bearing upon each
case presented to the Court by the Sollc1tor.
In reference to carrying concealed weapons
It said it was not necessory-that the entire
w apon should be concealed; if a portion of
it. was exposed to view it would not shield
the person when it appeared the intentiou
wawi to carry the weapon concealed,or con
trary to law. He said that in many of the
Counties the very bad practice of parties
coining into the Criniial Coyrt when their
remedy was by civil action, had grown up.
Action was brought in the Crininal Court
by parties to save themselves the expense
of their witnesses. ThEi should be dis
couiraged and lie hoped tlie grand jury
would set tleirfaces ugainist it, and save
the County the expense of all such cases.
Solicitor Orr anuounced that lie had noi
p ossed the case ait ainst Jas. Brown and
1'. the wit nesses in the case coldl Writi
draw their attendance on Court. le Pta
ted that lie nol prossel the c.se because it
should have been brought into court .,by
llenry Owens was convicted of burglary
and grand larceny, nrd was sentenced to
confloement in the Peniteitiary for one
year at loird labor. In passing sentence
Slie Jrdge said to the prisoner that he had
intended at first to give him five years In
lie Pen tentiary, but, having be:en inforin
ed that he was a person of weak iniid, and
iaid evidently been by another induced to
comminit the crime, lie would give him the
least penal7 of the law. Mr. A. M. Boggs,
lie pr'osectut or, reqjuestedl the Judge to be
light. in the patunishmenti, for the above
T1omn Trire1, colored, charged with
stealinig frotn the field, was toundl not,
guilty3, by d1irect ion of the Court.
Joseph ledlhin, charged4 with carrying
concealed wveapon s was taqu it ted.
Onie or two other cases were continued,
and the' juiriesawere, dischaurged on Mondany
evening. I hey were paid ff' lby the County
TIreasnrer aind wvent home rejoicitig, thait
they lud onaly lost onec day out of t heir
The Coud of Commzon Pleas was opened,
:uad such cases as did not requnire a jury
wasi disposed of, and thle Court adjourned
sinio cli on Tuesday evenuing.
Depuity United Staites blursbar s, by order
of IL. M. llace, State Supaerv isor' of Elec
ion, enideavored to ake charge of the Rteg.,
istr-at ion of voter in arles''toni, andl weni
belhind thle pla tce whr Ii th' Ile Su pervisor of
Ilegist rat ion wais perftorinag his ditties,
anad obastraucted liegistratiotn unttil t hey
were ejected bay thle Suaperviisor. The Su
peiv isor~ was then arrest ed b'y order of
Alarshal hilythle, and1( released~ upon giving
bond. W. N. Thatt, lhe P'ostmiaster at Char
lestoin, wias conspicuous in thle effort to
over ride lie State1 laws, lnd ont lie follow
ing day was ararested b7 thle State aut hor
ties anad will be tried for I. is offen se againist
the State laws ini the State Circuit Court.
Tlhe penaIt y for the offenase withI whIaica
T1aft is charged, i.'a, fine of not ,exceedinig
one thausanad dolhlir s, or iunpriasonmeantI not
exceed inig one yeaa-, or both. The Nrews~
and1( Courier (obseaves:
"'It Distruict z~Anoy Alelton) souald de..
tiend (ien. TI'att , it is ftresiiied that nao oh
jet iona w ill, be maoe. if thle Suite (aceording~
to whait i. Alhon insists is Stiate law)
piroceed to st andu aside every lpu 0.1blican
.iuror. so as to secutre a solid Democorat ic
jury13. it is ta poor rule I thlat wvoni't work
bat ti w y .
'1Tie cent ralizing tendlencies of the Re
haiblic.anl party tare unade more applarent
ev ry day. Theay tre oveiridinig St ate ,aws
atal carryinag little cases that should be
haard by a Trih.ai usice into thle United
States ('ourts It t here is not a cliniage,
S tale G overnmenwit s should he zabol i-aed andti
tall mergi'ed tub Otne gralnd centralizedl des
1)o1isml. It is rluning inito that, and umii
less thle 1tadhical piarty is dreented it will
not he long urgt it it is reached.
Let it be kept biefore thle peoiale that
*\biackey, thle lowiest sooially, lie taiost cor'
vaupt ruaarally,. amti Ihla bitt ere t po lit icatlly
of tall thle Rad icals, has been illegilly fotr
ced into t ontgi ess to reQlreeent Ithe people
ol' his State, by thle lIepublicana party.
Let it be iemmberedI lhat. t s th le
\biackey who paresidec.l over thle last Iiah --
ciai Legishau re ever tassetmbled in Sou h~
t'roliat, whot declairedl Cii~haberhun -to be
electe.d over IIlitmpt on, and whIio -Iraught
laegro roughs t roi Charulesa on to Cobuniiibia
to butcIfaer- like hogs thle hlemocratic a; em
bers whoa wer'e holding the fort for ifatmp
taon tad hiomae rule. f
bet it bie remnemblered t hat th is same
Mackey wais pliaced ini ihe aint of' .\r. Dib
ble, a white miat and a getitlemian, by t he
active aid of Malhone's Ieadj Is.or stool
pigeon, abetted by Mahonie hantself'. and1(
the Grheenbaickerg; and that in ihat act the
"Liberal" iand Green .aek piartles, by their
chosena .repeent aalIves, have ident ifledl ihemi
selves with tW. Wa. M. Mackey anid the No.
groiRadical party of't.his 8tate with all of
'~A~jbet these tingnwhite mnen, and
4It~~ Y~to Greuenbacok or Iudependent
'~W 'I % ey Vfraining tram reg
t -n eNe1
Y ;. .~ . . . . . . ..
. .tral,. 212 .
FI'Okens 0. H, 191
Dad usyiIle, 185
Cross Plains, 67
Eastatoe, 100 4
Bethel, 11 I
Shady Grove, 10, 1
Total. 1;612 67
Neither Bethel or Shady Orove polled 25.
votes, but the Conetitution, Artiole 6, pro-,
vides, "'Coutuy Democratio Conventious
shall be composed ok'delegates, elected by
the several clubs-one delegate for every
club, and an addititinal delegate for eyeiy
twenty five (20) enrolled members."
Under this provision each of these clubs
will be entitled to one delegate. It will
also be seen that Hurricane only lacks one
ot being entitled to three delegates. Pre
sidents of clubs or the Secretaries .should
either out tuis out or file awaj the paper
for future reference. and guidance in tle
'election of deleghtes. We will pqblish tihe
codtituion governing tie clubs next, week.
The Kind of Men the Greenbackers
In speaking of the unjust and arblItrary
natilier in which the Republicans unseated
Dibble and put In his place the infatous
Mackey, "N. 0. G." tile Washington cor
respontient of the Neu's and Couraer gives
the following light upon the character and
purposes of the Greenbaokers:
"iUe it remembered, and let it be repeated
to the people ot'South CarLolilnL trow time
to time, 111111 ever; 8othmern Greenbacker
has voted steadily with the . tepublicans on
thispinestion trout the tirt; that t he'e tienl
support tile republican pn)riy in Congress in
!3verythibg save fiaanCiML uattuirs, and liat,
they ar; niore anxious to do injustice to
sotutheril DUIeons than the average Re
pulhcans themselves. The white people
ot'Soutl CIiiarolinait who are tremtped by the
emissaries of tlie so'called Greenback, prty
shouhl be advised of tlie fact timht. in acting
wit hi the Greentakers they will aid in nia
kinig Congru'snn ho will bet r:y their
people. The Northern G3reeim:ekers, Alos
gr-ove, liu'ch antidl Ladd, ectied by t heU aid
Ut D~emrnenu, sa inid by thle Dernouit.s- TIhe
Sothern Grzeenbhack ers receiving t he sIneU
aid visto to foist ~Mieki'y ul)on tle wiV ite
j~eople3 of Chairleston1. It cant b e too onien
reit erate .1 I h a .Moaul hrn~ tU reenabacker in
t'flico is a Raul ioua Lepuiblic.u i in alt - ut
nahtueO aniiu filinlci:* I v ins. laI ohe warT W i s,
he. is a polticali (-up set by iterdblicanaisui
Itile teet o1 our people.'"
Remedy for l:drophobia.
Alni. Enrroai :. Pe.uo au bsh~i for'
ti' he beeth,.oh the( p mblic:
Some.. items.' otn habies or Catruno
alzdness2, lor'VI u Lhat tie IS to reen1
edfy, butaL Isture pi 'eentive i.e. to)
b ur ttihe wounmd t horoutghtly withI
Luna:a Caulst ic, or st ieck Naat lhe of
Suhver, whtichi can be procu red chap
at, zany drug atLoro. 11 the'. wouaid is
muldo( by 1soll to I(othI er1.huiige wi th a
, oiso the caut-et cant reachu LIbo
l)t.tli. IThisu is on tho aiuthority ol
Mrt. in i.* Youn~t., vo'ter'ilary3 Sturg
Ut)n of Lw tdoni ad stronigly3onl
dorned b'y Mr a. 11:ane4, verterinarmnIt i.
Ito sit os t hat, ho aid Mr21 . Youtt,
hand both been often bit ten anid hnud
the least utneasiness after app~ilc
t in of the c'autici, ats they~3 hand seent
it so oftent useid suc'eso'l ully in de...
stroy in)g t he virus, TJhe A miierictta,
editor' of Mr. Youatt's work, Dr.
Lcw.s is a conDvert, to this practice
antd aI~dds, if nto caus~tic at hanid use
the red hot, iron wVhitch would
ho eqtualhly as surto a proven tivoe, but
muitch muore piutl.
iTe only c ' haniige recomnmended in
his treal tmient by the unm tian surg
coni, is the extirpation of the wound
wvi th iknife', anud then the al)iCat Lion
of the caustXic. There areo a few eases
trecor'ded ot the mahady being 8l.op%
p)ed by this p~lan) after thu develop~
mnet of stroung symtf~omls of hydro
phlob)ia. If t he' feverh an ad iniflaa
t ion shonhd [ce greaft aifter' the appli,
e'adti (f Lilh) caustic, USe olivo oil
freely on the wotm.d. TFhe dog, Mr.
Yoiamtt says may go matd at trom 14
to 210 days aifter being >itten
Oth ers say) liromt one daty to a year.
T1'iere i4 somel a u thor's w ho say a
mant may be atfittd from the first
day to twelve year's
The averngo time in the dog is
about 42 days. It, is not absolutely
surei that anyl3 but the cainefl and fe-..
t ransmiit tho virus by the saliva, but
it is clai med that anialas inroe.u latott
with saliva of mianl have become
irabidh, so it is sat or to watch all tht
Those antimaius may poison othbers
long before the disonse shtows any
otwariitd symtftomus in them~v by a
bite 01 lick with the tongue. fo.
tunately not mnoro than one mnnan out
of tour tare poisoned by the bito-....
numtbbers of other alnimais oeape
*Mr. Yount. (cites sOoeral cases to
Rhow that the Entglish ffruris heo d.
ptartden 'esponlslblo fr the damnaw
by rabid animals where fthey kns'
,h~m to have been, bit4ten by rahtd
9~14 say B *6) 1 6 b~i @cutsilo. i,,4
knife, r all of thtrs for rabis.
cod o011 0'M.w
gained i- tJr.
now th 1 reo
clbin tel aondyoguo ~a
bvege het the ureeeydrto
atchingter.oTv bt jot;,
prparn uhe. br a
mit c ompertmnp'toa for
olubin judgouny oriy ati
aearly daty, 1ard. is -whduiy w
beta hat the fryevery flOb. mber
to regiter. The- bepto e "Irld
our' Party aboujlJ be brought prom
iently betore the peopleanl dthe
moot competfeit m0,ni Eupporttid for
olice. Lot thml be.mell ot sound
politital judgmei nt,er lihtegrity and
Sterling charnetei. lenr -who will
otand firm and never flinch.
.C ,AUD- MAX.
Fraternal Correspondence Restored
. Between the Southern and North,
The Southiern Preibyterian Gen
eral Adfemlbly, recently ill Session
at Atlanta, after three days dbtiU
en, thbe ollowing telegraphie di -
patch to %Vie Northern. Proubyterian
Goeneral Assmbly in essin ut
41-1n order to re i.ove il diffcu.l
.iles inl the. wiy of thaI iful und for
l1 frailtedal corespondeoe wbich
91n ourl part we are0 pr-epared to aos
cpt, we adopt th Itelowitg minlute:
ThatL w hiile rece 'ding frtom T no prn
cip le, weu dko hereby d:echtro ouir re
grl, toi aIL wvithdrawal of ti ex.
prsins1 (If' our Asiembvy whih
oi ri ionie t, the. Geor hdi Anei.,
l bu Uitred States lo And mnur.tctsm
tt'ets lyed, Tat, a rcpy-ni th'i pa-.
perd he sen byfl)1 tui e ). baph to! the I
uxcllange of dele'gatet. torL~hwith.
THEI NORTIlF.RN al.:pLy,
Ile tollowiii ng isi't the text, ol' the
reso.lu1 1tion nd(o pel bc1y t ho N.orrt,er,.
l'ru~byterian Asemorbly at, Spri ag
tiel d, 111., ini regard to~ the tcley raph
tcixved fro 1t hu Sota bei(i nI PresOby te
rian A usumbly at Atlunta:
"The Mod. rimsL is instltrcd toi
telegraphl to the Mo'Iderator of the
ienieral Assemblv in ?1s.-ion, at. A . C
hint a, Ga., that. h1is tele'gram is re
(cuived with wlarm entthusiassn by lt
thid A .'oimblly, a&nd inl (ordir to re
mo'vo n~Il difiul !t ies in theIn way of ~
IlLth Iul aund 1,ormal $rateorn.al cor
resoni)Cden1ce betw'veen As-ombnhi
wich we aire, on r'i pat , propuar.
dto aIcI ep,, we ad:,pt thuI folloi in g
to -wit; W Ileo recedi lg irosa nb
princiLiples we' do hereuby declare our
regret for and withdoratwal of all eX,.
p~ros1ins of QueI Assembly whiclh
may be h regarded as reflecting upon
'ind offIen.oite to the General A ssen1
>ly of thle Presbytet lian Uhurich ina C
hie United States, anid we tensew
Ie expiressuions of our. war fra6ter e
tal regard1 for all who (ipmpoo it A
'ommiunion anid our readiness to 4
xche~ iigo delegatesi forth with.'" L
Fraternal n'esMages were exchan- ~
oud and frarnal mfessengers duly b
An. isisue of $40,000 of bonds was i
thtlorized to I e-taibiish the. pub-- '
ishing house of the denomo~ination, 0
A Grnoomi Rao 'r-A g?.ntleman i!
Who h~aR just passed throuagh several nt
'ounties in No th Unrolinai, includ, e ~
ing Lincoln tori, Caild wellen Itsa urk,
re'por ts that t he grain erop in thait
section has been vermy baldly Janw
aiged by rusIt, aind mst ol thetrn
era thlereo are complainin~g that .they
will scarcely mnako half a crop.-.
Cotton is also looking baldly.
The Californiai D)onocraits are des
terined to muiko all the polhtical ,t
uapital poss ble out, of the Clhmeose
qjuetion. A t a meeting of thie State
uentra1 comnmittee last woek a com.
miniee was ulppiointed to draft resio
lutionas on the subject. anid it was
Vdted unaim~iously toi firoe 100 gnus
fromt thet highest, peak in San, Frn
LiIcE in) honor of the ten yeors' re-,
It is said that Mr. L. L. Gluffin Ia
to be the 1Rpublin~an can idate in
hib iaitrict, for Gongresis agahUaSL
the Hon.. D. Wyatt Aiken-0
The only way u9e acure the Lri
inmph of prIinciples is to asert themn
ini thour str'engib uund Purli . Thea
Deocoratic party annt~w -aff'ord to
aid i the elect ion o i.I4.d4 $hun
Democrats of untWaverTk g psipiples
for Uongrssmrens nad tor' 8ta to .il
eteli, and the nominatkiot masde by
the gubernastorial Convetion, shotuld
be a~ warefu study let it I.does tbl.
A Con pany han betai Qw#I4.6
~ tbdir the (ea# d b
,6 but *'enited ii
-gGreenviele 124. es
'he story of the men who rob46
tib Carolina. and desynited ai&
iessed het' people; 1s a co rma
Sthe faith that God is- a God
vl:). reme'mberiaand punishes. Otro
oy one they have Witberbd -under
btlIIght of old crimes, and only a
remain of all.the crew who hold
and reckless earnival in our
tto and plunged their arms to the
hould'er Int tho treasury. TaUt, Cor
On atnd E. *W. M.. M ackey, we be-,
k*e, are the nily menk bors ot the
oathsune crew who can show ti
Ily a doflar of the remnants of their
lunder.- -Greenville New&
Vennor predictod severe hail
Itorm for the 25Lh uit., and sure
nigh in this county the hail came.
ere is a belt of country from It.
V. Otta across by Woodrutr towards
tho Laurens line, which suffered
itluch Thursday a'ternoon. 8. E.
Mfason, the Thomases, A. R. Strandm,
William Alexander,' the McAbeos,
D. M. Wight, Warron Pearson and
manty others were injured very
much. Then about Montgonery's
itore it is said that wheat and oat
Rolds are conpletely ruined. Har
Voy.D'rummonid and James Switzer
had hail and a washing rain at night.
The rain on Middlo ond South Tv-,
zers was very heavy. In tile
Mount Zion neighbirhood lands
were very badly washed Six suites
South of town there wais a, washing
rain, from which George Bullmai
4<ffered. There was hail o(n ChAles
Ramnmet's plantation on the Eust
ii(e ot Pacelett. Another cloud
%tr-uck' the county about Gr~eerst and
or nearly t1wenty milels in the diree.
oi) of' Drummnondsvillo the hail and
-ain were heavy. About Wood's
>happel the srimall grain wis levoed
vith the ground, aid some fields
:annot p~ossibly be harvested. Fr-.
hay- nioring the hail was two and a
sal feet d,-ept in ihe nei hbor hood
>t Woorcd's~ ChapeT)l iren j.we wvhere
ciii oatsi are colrnph tely rtiined and
herei is no sign of ci eatio on ebmo of
hie fieldse. T(he hand is also badily
vasheitd A rounud D.. J. Wo.od'S mi
he hail waLs two feet dee~p in) plactes
.Mooro stasted igt Tlyger was
or0 hisl botomn hin'l andl he had
orut. 150) acre's of w heat overflowed.
Lhere has nio'. heen- ,sih .a destruiC
ive hainl torm anid ruit in the
onn~t y fo inuany y ear.-'partan&
A Good F'oundation.
In AmeJPriclan hon,~.'holds lie prevading
r)'lpla~ its are weakuuss of the~ stomae~ch
nid its consequences; indigention Netrvoues
esai anid alefheat ie.n. Much enitferers cacn
hy good foiudat ion for hea;h by ui.ng
'arker's Ginge': Tionic as it tones upi the
tomai~ch indf nierves, and keeps I he kidueysi
clive to carry off the foul m:ter.--N- O
'o the Pr opi <:f Pikens County y
M~y name having been annoe)zced as a
andidate for nationadr for Senator with
ut my knowledge or consent, mnkes it. in
umibert upon mie eithler to accept or de.
linc. I had nio thought after my time ex
ired as Benator in 1878, of ever asking or.
ven accepting an ->ffice of aniy kind again.
.d if I wore to consult my own personali
rprivate interest I would most, posi
vly decline now. I have ever held that
o man sihiold teek office, but when called
y his count rymnen should not, decline it.
herefore 1 amn in the hands of the people,
they should decide that I am their choice,
canl only ay what. 1 have said on former
acasions, that. I will serve tigmn honestly,
utitully and to the best. of' my ability.
ut if my friends are mistaken and I am
ot. their choice, no one. will submit more
haeerfulTl t an myself.
1IBam, most. respectfully,
Ri. E. BOWEN.
Personal ! To Men Only !
The Voltaic Belt Co, Nlarsh~all, Mich.,
rill send [Dr. Dye's Celebrated Electro
roltaio Belts andl( Electric appliances on
rial for thirty dlays to m'en .(yoe rug or old)
vhoaare, afflicted with Nervous Debility,
~ost Vitality and Manhood, and kindred
roubles, guar'anteelng ,speedy and complete
est oration ot hoalth~ an mantly Vigor. Ad
lress as above. N. B --No risk is incurred
s thirty days' trial is allowed.
FIR3 INS2URANCE AGENCY.
IF YOU WISH INSURtANCE~ AGAINSTF
'IRE ON YOUII IWEbL.NG, FURtNI
l'URIE, MERf&H A NDISE, &c., apply to
G. W. BOWEN,
At Hludgend & Iludgens, IEasley, S. C.,
agent for the Continental Fire Insurance
~ompany of New York.
junie 8, I892 88 Om
liate of South Carolina
'County oif Pickens
Br 0. L. Dunaar, Junos or PaOBATr.
Whereas, II, 1D. Rowlandl, has maude
uit to me, to grant him~ LetterR of Admin
atration of I "gtate and effects of iiams.
et A. IRowhman. decensed
These are therefore to cIte and adimon,
ih all and singular -the icindred anid cred
tors ~f tb* said S. A0 Rowland, doges,
dr, hat they -be and' ajipeaa. beffre to o, lo
Ii. Oogrt of Paetime tobe hol f e 4ketq
WI. I ZfLID Is a
W a Integrity and
SuamsAiled. That he
hss e~Mmsu dh6 sootIoyof Pipkens
Couny equa, if iot superior to those of
Any e 0t Irmdn n . ea dety, H e is no
time serar, no poflo Ian, no demagogue,
and While he li no efio seeker, his friends
have obtained his. asaeit to a1owi the use of,
his naib as A atbdidate f6r' the Senate at
the approadhing primarty eection. He aill
make no canvass, because his recor4 Is well
known. But his friends will press his
claim with viger.
SW FEALOW CITiZENS Take notice that.
I J. LOOPER am a candidate for Repre
sentativbhof the people of Pickens Couny at
ensuing election, subject to WILL of the
PEOPLE at General Election.
For Probate Judge.
2W The frienda of J. B NEWBEY
respeqjfully announce lin as a candidate
for Probate Judge of Pickens County at the
ensuing election, subject to nomination by
the Democratic party at primnatry election.
ph"' The friends of J. 11. NEWTON re
spectiully announce him us a candidate for
Probate Judge of Pickens County at the
next ensuing etection, subject to noniia
tion by the Democratic party at primary
For County Co-nmissioner.
VM. The many friendsi of LABAN
M AU LIDN resqect tujly anunounce him as a
candidate for re-clectiou to the ufice of
County Commnissioner of Pickens County
at the next ensuing election, subject to
nonsination by the Deuocratic party at
primary election. TLhe recoord of Mr. .tUL
i)I forces us to make this anno-incemnent.
& The fruends of ELIAS D.\Y' re
spectfully iansmunrce hi m #as a candidate for
re-elet~iona to the otice o; County Commut
1i(necr otf Piekun t County at, t he eusonzg
election, sumbj-ut to nominat ion by I he les
ocratio panrty at prinmary' electiva.
U3i.. The f.-ends ,f n B. AL thgO(U
resmp.c tily aninoun ce him as it, candidate
for toun ty Co~mtni'air.ncr oIf Pick,-nn Cont
at the Den~iamn elect :oni, suldject to ab nom~
iniatioti by the Democr'atic party at primnary
Bo' Tihe friends of A. i. TALLEY re
spectfully announce him as a candida e for
re-elect ion to 'lhe oflics of Coiunty C )mmIis
sionmer tit P'ickens County at. the no'st en
sting election, subject to tnomhina:tion by the
DernoCratic pisTty at primary election,
For School Commissioner.
- 8& The -'friends of 0. L. DURA NTI
respectfully ,antomfc him, as a candidate
for School Commissioner of P'ickens Conty
at the icxt. ensaiig electitni. eubject to
noIination by the Democralic party. at
For Country Treasurer.
3&' The friends of JOH N HI. BOWEN
respnectfully antnounce hito as a candidate
for recommnendario~n to the office of' Treas
utrer of Pickens County, by the Democrattic
party at primary election.
3"" The friends cf JOSEPH B. CLYDE
respecftfully announce him as a candidate
for rccommendaition again to ,the office or
Auditor of Piuikens County,E bny the Demo
oratic party of the County at, the ensuing
DR. WESTMORELAND'S TETTER OINT
M~ENT will cure all Skin Diseases, such as
Tetter Worm, Ring Worm, Scald Head,
Barber's Itch, &o.
MANUWActvUR AND) FOR 8ALR BY
WVholesale Druggists, Mansion House Block1
Greenuville, M. O.
For sale by uiR. J. W. QUJIL LAIN, Esabfy
june 1. 1882 37 6tn
$TOCKHOLDEW'S MEE TIG.
Under and by virtue of the provIsions of
the Second Section of an Act. entit led "Aft
Apt to authorizi the Sonsolidation of the
Atlantio arnd Frgnchlibroad Valley~ JRailroad
Company and 'he Edgefiel 1, fronton and
Aiken liiroad Colnnpanu:', and other Con.
panies bjroin nained, &u." Approved Jan.
All piersons, Corporations, TPownships,
and Mun icipalities holding shares of'the
capieal stock ofl elther the Atlantic, and
French -iuroad Valley Railroad Comtp.iny or
the Edgefield, Toenton and Aiken Railroad
Company, are hereby notified to 'neet, eii h
er in person- or by' duly authorised reptre
sentatives at Ninety Six,. South Carolitna,
on the 20th day oftJunze, A. D. 1882, at 12
o'eldeck M. for the purposes of effecting the
consolidaion ur said two Railroad Compui
nIes under the said Aet, approved Jamuary
OUR MR. GWINN VA
ron Now York, where he in i
the OODd now.on sale.
and the pffe, are rlght. A
100 Suits Complete for p
119 Suits Conmplete for .
130 Suits Completa for
85 Suits Complete for 8 O695
Suits in' abtndanoe. Sults to *10W
everybody - at- all pricen, from the 16*A4
prices mentioned up to $85,00. We -
please the most fastidious;. we guarajs
fit; we have the latest styles.
64 Dozen of the Famous KirkpAt'
Shirts, both Laundered and Unlaubdep
at -popular prices. They are the best Sht 6
in the market. It will take but o e t
to convince. The ft is perfect.
Collars and Ou's by i
The very latest styles, Hosiery,.Glo e
Handkorchiefs, Cravats, Ties,\ Umbrellas
&o., to auit hil chasses.
Iout buy a iat without *rt "espedt'
our stock. It will pay you. We can pleas -"
an old man. We have the Nuttby Hlats foe
the young men. We cant, miss the bqys.
' Our Goods are bought tor c isl. Money
always has the inside tr'ik, so we are is
position to offer
Come along arrd'get thema .i
MceNA H AN & CWIN2~i
P. F. FAlIDIERL'S OLD STAND),
(GREENi'VILLE - - -. 14, C.
atp 20, 1882 a
COU~NTY AL*DITVIL'8 OFFICE.
P'icia;.. d. C., Mlay 8ah,'t282
OTICE~ is here'y given that the Audi
Itr's Office will be~ ope*r. to rce~ive T'.
IWITUltNS from1 JUNE 12-t to JULY 20th,
188'.Ihe Auditor or his ssistaat *ilt
it end ait the folowing pinaces at rhe trty4,
specified for the assessment of R-eal Estage
Cetrali, June~ 12th and 1 3th.
Libevry, June 14'I h andl 16th.
Dacu~v ile, June 19ulh and 20th.
Puumpk int ow, Junie 21sFt and 22t1.
Aiken's store, Juneo 23..
Kimg's St ore, J une 24thi.
lii ricaine, June iihh attd 27'hI.
And the balancae of time at. Pices Court
After the 20th of J--1y the retus of
those failing to retarun will be made from
die best information thant. can be obtained
anud f y per cent added thereto.
All male persons fromw wenty-otne to fifty
yeara of age', excepting (hose eempt by
law, are re'quired to return their/polls.
M erchianits, M anu factutrers ald Banuker
'must make their returns strictly acordlu
Each taxpayer, except. when Impossib~
to do so, must. make th~eir own return A
reassessment of Real Estate is ordered.J
Alt assessments of personal property must
he "the uisual selling price of similar prop
erty on the usual termis at execntors' or
administrators' sales, at the places wherst
the return is matte-"
J. B. ('LTDE,4
Auditor Piekenad County.
mag 11, 1882 8* 4
E. Ws Marshall & C
Wholesale and 3etail DealersX
Next to FergusQ & Miller,
Sample4 Bent When D
my 4, 1882 38
Notice to Debtors & G
ALL pesn phgAmn
ocased, will prhesft them to t~he und*e)
ed legally attested, within firt~y 4g
this date. Tirlose' indebted * *dtji~
m.iliplease come forwarda
TiO0. P.AuD , 4
may 11, 1882 *4 .
A frr een DebIne
D~eoay, andallth eofeUqit ou
*tat. w, lU for t1a e i 'et
ma ssviy:ee8rv# 10 r a I