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o*, *1. per aaws, Jbr six
ediSt; e fietly in advance.
e0,e tuserted at one dollar per
pnes iuch or lee. jbt the $rtt haeertion
heis for each subsequent ineertion.
discount mride to merchants and others
gfor iix monhs or by the year.
ukry Notice# and Tributes of Rcspeci
Pr d8 advertisements.
asunciW gantattsi o dotars, in ad
It should be remembered that the Dem
oafatio Clubs throughout the County are
directed, by the County Executive Com.
miftee, to meet. on Saturday, the 17th inst.,
4or the purpose of electing delegates to the
Count'y CO.vnven'ion. Such clubs as have
not alveady reorganized will do so on that.
day. Every club should send a full dele:
gation, as the question of the mode and
time of nominating County candidates, the
election of delegates to the State and Con
gressioaal Conventions besides, perhaps,
ether important business will be consider.
ed.- It. is therefore important that each
olub should be fully represented by its best
With the June collection of Ntxes the
County Commissioners have.retired $2,600
of the County bonds. $5,500 were retired
last year, making a total retired to date
ol $8.000. The Commissiouers have t(
pay par with interest calculated to date o
purchase for the bonds. Tkey think they
will be able to retire about $5,000 more
title fall, after the collection of all the tax
es. The amount alread-y retired saves the
County annually $560 in interest. This
Gaving is carried to the credit of the sink
Ing fund annually and used in the pur
chase of bonds, still further reducing tV e
debt. If the Commissioikers retire $5,000
vdore this fall the total will then be $13,000
which will save to the County %910 annu
ally in interest. .This amount will be used
in still further reducing the debt.
Straws that Show which Way the
~ Wind Blkws.
In our issue of theo 1st instant we re
quested every Democratic voter in Piokens
county to let us know his preference tor
~ ~*- Governor at the next election. Not many
have yet responded, and we suppose a
~mwany will not, but we think the re
es so far received show very cleary
ti bej Gubernatorial wind is blowin In
bad ity. To date, 44 have expressed
their preference for Wade Hampton, 16I foi
Johnson Hagood, 8 for WV. HI. Wallace, 1
for J. H. Evins, 5 for J. 8. Cothran, 2 fo,
1. . Perey, 1 for 11 S. 'ltembnson, 1 foi
. : . . ay to, for Geo. D. Tilhuan
- 1t will be seen that Gen. H ampton has re
ceived 8 more than al~l otlhersocombined, am1
28 more than Gov. Ilagood, the next highest
The replica hiave come mostly from thi
leading and most prominent Democrats Ii
the county, and it Is evident that the oi
hero of 70 still holds a place nearer th
hearts of a majority of ouri people than an;
A other man in the State.
Elevations in South Carclina, Gacrgii
and Rorth Carolina.
0. W. Taylor, Esq., has kindly permitte
us to exatnine the United States Coast ain
Oeodetlo Survey made a year or two age
which he obtained from Washingto:i
through the attention of Congressman A ike
Accompanying the report ore very nic
mnaps, oneo of which hats bcen presented u
by Mr. Taylor, to whom we return thianks
We give the following e'evations in thi
State, Georgia and North Carolina, wic
may be of Interest to our readers. Th
Sheights are above sea level. In this Stati
Mauldin Mountain, 1,828 feet; Easley de
r pot, 1,181; Glassy Mountain, 1,0.98; Picken~
2a~ C. U., 1,16~2; Six Mile Mountain, 1,59;
Blob Mountain, 8,869; Tadle Rtook, 8,I2;
Casar's Head, 8,118; Pinacle (Bald Knob
8,486; Walhalla -(church, base of spireo
1,117; Greenvil'e (Ep'iscopal church, bar
?193.), 1,104; Spartanburg, (spire, base<
cone) 887; liogback Mountain, 8,229: Pai
Thi highest mountains in Georgia nr<
Bloodi, 4,468; Uabun, 4.717; Tray, 4,40k
1)pxsse, 4,0%2; Enota, 4,797; Sit titng B3u1
8,046; Mona, (Nona) 6,089.
......J..''so highest mopntains in North Carolin
4 .. te kioliland Balsam. 6,670; Mt. lard)
#~O; Miitchell's High Peak. 6,087: Black
* k.P ~4ok nob, 6,878; Big Craggy, 6,068.
" Te State Press Association seems
e n ad quite an enjoyable -meeting a
* f' ~~tln and we regret that we could no
" ~~qt9prwbrother editors on this occasion
Adjournment t~he following Commt
a ppointed to meet with the 8tat
to Executive Committee during th
'fthe State Convention, for th
0ooneultation with the Executiv
with the view of preserving har
. ~ tion between -the press of th
Del lnooratio patty: Vii: Messr
erBradley, Royt an
i ~. baa-got the Hampto
aj..tr oredit for a
e ~ndhoe g14e
oAd'astle Jb aslkonel
surreseog ntry IS
infuence that Ure usually VeeUt in large
towns cr otle'. The , SUrrond Ing oouqtry
affords an abundance of all the neusesries
of life and livbig Is cbap. Our people are
becoming aroused to the great impertanoe
of higher ethucation anth dais County alone,
we .feeoiOnfident,'*oul I support a college
handsomely. Above all things a college,
or an institutlon of higher learning is need.
ed in Pickens County. All the physioal
wants of our -people are abundantly sap.
plied by a beelthy olimate and a fettile
soil. By a reasonable degree )f industry
and economy none need ever want for
pienty of food and raiment, but the mental
devel.opment of the people, we are sorry to
confess, has been sadly negleqted. No
section of country can boast of brighter in
tellects. We recently heard a teacher asy,
who hai had much experience in other sec
tions, that he never saw as much bright
intellect in any school as he finds in the
large and flourishing school he Is now teach
ing in this County.
As School Commissioner of this County
for six years we had an opportunity of stu
dying the educational necessities ot our
people as well as the capacities of the chil
dren for receiving it. We were often struck
with the -exceedingly bright children we
met in nearly every school in the County
and have ever since ardently desired to see
the time come when an opportunity might
be afforded theni to develop their full men
tal capacities. If each township could af
Ford an annual tax to support a high or
graded school in their midst, where all the
children, or a majority of them, could atterd
it would be money wisely expended. But
while our County is burdened with a heavy
bondeld indebtedness such a thing is out of
the question. But, the establishment and
maintenance of a first class Institution of
learning at this place Is perfectly feasible.
At. a comparatively small cost our citizens
could send their children here to be educa
ted. Mauy of them could eit.her rent or
purchase a house in towa or the vicinage
and send their children, with some grown
member of the family to keep house and
look over them, angl furnish all their pro,
visions from their own farms3; which would
scarcely ever be missed and would not re
quire a dollar of outlay in actual cash. The
young men and young ladies educated In
the college would retur~n to their homes in
the country where, with expanded and cul
ivated minds, they would exert an influ
ence that, wonbd soon elevate and greatly
polish the society around them, anmd orners,
who mi hLha ppoed 'or inditferent. to a
.rior t eral education oC t heir children,
would have their prejudices removed and
soon become so imbued with a spirit. of ed
ucation that, they would send their own
children to the college toe be educated. A
college at this place would soon have a ma
guea-infhuence throughout the entire Coun
n y uIponl all our moral,' mnthlti 'ai'ti- merfal
interests. Then let us all put our shioulrs
to the wheel and push for the college.
A negro by the namne of Williams was
lynehed in l'airfield County, S. C., week
before last for an attempted rape on a white
wo man by the name of Mrs. Rains The
hinute nttack Mirs. Rains as she was return
ing to lie house from the spring with~ a
bucket of water, but she resistedl with all
her strength until the negro was scared
away by tihe noise of some one passing. lie
was subsequently arrested, and carried to
SWi'unsboro to jail, but at night eight, dis
guised men overpowered the jail keeper,
took the negro fromn his cell, cnrried him a
short distance from the house and hung
him to a lhmb until lhe was dead. A cor
Srespondent. of thio Neu-a and Courier giving
the part iculars of the affair among other
"To add to the enormity of his crime,
when the assault was committed on Mrs.
e Rains she was about, four months advanced
in preginanecy. The terrible struggle with
-her assaiiant has resulted in a premature
birth, and I uundersland this evening that
the lady is in a critical condition."
A duel wa~s fought. at New Orleans on the
7th inist. but ween Mlajoir E- A. Burke of the
rTun es-Democrat and C. HI. Parker, Editor
got tihe Picayune- Pistols were used and five
Sshots exchanged At the fifth shot. Burke
was shot through both thighs. though no
bone was broken, iiid the wound is not
Senator Hill of Georgia has ret urned fromi
a Eureka Springs, Arkansas, to his home In
At Alatai, somewhat improved, thlouigh still
,in a precarious conidition.
Senator Butler has obtained an appropri
o tion ort$5,000 to build a United States
t Court House and Post office et Greenjille.
t It is to be hoped the measure will get,
.through the House.
b The Seneca City Journal suggests the
B name of lion. Samuel Dibble for Governor.
& Dibble would make a good Governor, but
B he shiould be returned to Congress.
George WV. Moose, one of the Revenue of,
Acflers who killed Amos Ladd in this County
dropped dead from heart disease, In Spar
tanburg on the 7th lnst.
eLiTTI INOOK, ARK-, June 6.
u Onaunday', a week ago, great ex
a Citement was eaused at Buttervuie,
Loooke Couty, by a re.port that
ra girl natned Annie Brtidges, aged
1$ yeaveshad been repeatedly out
rgid by three negroes, who I. I
~ jer8 o'eook that Waight, and fod.
mor DorooraLie clubs org tsid
Oach eleotion precinot i
clubs shall bave a disinctitig
elect a president, one oor m o
P'residents, a recording and a-onrres.
ponding secretary, and a treasu'er,
and shall have the following working
comlittees, of not less hthan three
moiibersi eath, vis: A 1ommittee on
regist ration, an exedutive - commit-e
tee and sneh other committee as to
each eksb may seem exped ent.
ART. 11. T1e eneeting the elubs
ball be frequent after the eopei.ing
of the eanvuss, atd somne meaber ot
the club or invited speaker deliver
an address at each moe'trig if prae,
ART. III The president shall have
power to call an extra meeting of
the club, and - members of the
club shall roisstitute a quorum for
the transaction of business.
ART. IV. The club4 in each coun,
ty shull bo held together and oper
ate under the control of a, county
executive committee, which shall
consist of one member from each
club, to be nominated by the respec
LiVO cluts ani elected by the county
convention, and such other vr.ember4
as the convention may add.
The executLive conmitteo, when
elected, Shall appoint its own ofB,
cIS nnd fill all vacanciets whivb may
arise when the,U-convention is not in
session. The tenure of office of the
execuLive committee shall be uitil
the next general vampai.i n, un esm
sooner removed or suspended by
tle county convention.
The proseit county executive
committeca hul continuo in office
until the first meeting of the county
conventions under this organization.
ART. V. Counity Democr'atic Con
Ventions shall he composed of dole.
gates elected by the several local
clubs-one delegate for Oveiry twon
ty,6fve(26) enrolled members-with
the right to each county folven1tion
to onlirge or' (hdminish the rep~resen
Sat ioni according to circumistances.
Tfhis conv'ention shall be called to
gether by the chairman of the exec
ut ive commidtt.ee, and shiall proceed
to oleet. Irom among its membei~rs a
presidient, oneO or more1' vi('O-nre~
dJen)ts, 31 -scretary - ord. -treasurer.
t us1 iness, anid when the 811m flOis tr,ras,
aced it, shal aI djourno sinedie'.
Asar. VI. The modo and1( manner
of nomlinat211ing can~didaltes foir co.unty
oflies 0r for delegatoes to the Staite
J udiciadl d Congressionaiil conv en
Lions ishal bo regulated in en (h1
county by the respectivo count~y
Ans..VII. 'The State convention,
alhall be com posed of delegates fre m
each county in the numerical pro0s
por'tion to whiichl that coun1)t~y isi on,
titled in hot h brianches0o1 the Gen'ier,
AwRT. YlII. The11 nflicer9 shall he a
euich Congressional District, two
secretar1ies~ anld a treasur mer.
AR. IX. The State ('ectivo
(Commiiittee shll be h comnposod of
three from eachi Congressional Dis
I ric1. TJhe deilegates f rom' thle coun v
ties comprisinig tho Conigressional
District, to nlomin.ito the candida1tos
trom that district., and tihe conlven,
tifln shall then proceed to ain elec
AR. X. The executive comnmittee
shall1 elect i ts ownI cha:irm'an and (
otheri off(lcr, anid shll meet at tile
('all of the chairman or any) five
me~mbers, at suchl times and places
as5 he or' they may13 appofinlt.
AnT. XI. The executive commit
teo shall1 have piowe'r, by the vote of
a maijo ity of the wh~ole commn' ttee,
to call a1 convention of the Demo
cratic party of' the State at such
Lim ian lid p)laco as it mayU) designate;
and1( is char iged withi thle execution)1
and direction of the policy of the
partIy ini th& Stato), subiject only to
thiis 00onstitUt.on, tile 1prm1ciples do
clIaired inl the phitlorm, amid such in
structions, by resolutions or other
wise, as the State Conive,teni tmay)
from timo to time adopt; and shall11
cOntinuie in office for' two years from
LbO time of' electionl, or until tihe as
semibling of the next, State Convon -
tion for the nomination of a Stat~e
tickot, unless snporeiceded by thu ne,
Lion of the State Cion vention. And
if~ any vitcancy be occasioned by
dleath, removal, or othler cause, the
(Jommittiee shall have power to fill
AarT. XII. When the state Don'
Ocrutic Convention assembles, it.
shall be called to order by tile
chirmai'Ilhn of the State executive
ionmmittee, shall1 elect, a tomuporary
prIesident, and shlall proceed immendi-,
autoly to the oction of permanenit,
ofticers aund the trans~actioni of' busi
The Convention, when It has con
cluded its business, aal adjourn al
ne die. And when a Convention is
called by thu executive committee,
such C2onvention shall be composeds
of new ly-eolected delegates.
ARaT. XIlIl Representation in Ju
dicial and Congresslional Conven
uins shall be on the same basis as
in State Conventions. A majority
of delegates shall be present, at, a
convention to constitute a quorum
for nominating a candidate either
for Congresa or' Solicitor. The del.
egation of each county in a Gongros
'eion~al or Judicial Convention shall
hayn naao.. to mi n.. ..-o.... Ir
P~fM~t t the~ se erat owbg *~4
'mj~ ioh ' 1Dkvjit, r.0 tIt1
manh d It. .ebt4e otih W n.
tebaIr'mar, ieeeisRpi *nd aa e,
who ehAtI ntinne0ud otr eo
years in a. Dieteter, and gompt'jtas
in a kcsiro4,. roeadiveyI ' fntI,
Mihr sucessrti-hal' havoe (4te3
ted. At shull require the ctoneht of
a majority of thke whole executive
omm ittee-i anv Ditstrict or circuit,
to 0all a Nominating. Conventioin,
The execit.ive committee of each
Distrce or Ci-c0it had ba specially
charged in its diicrution, except Us
herefin providvd, and subject to the
Stute platform, ws wtt4 as under the
supervision of the State executive
committee, with the conduot of eve,
ry eloction for Congressional Repro
sentattivos or Sotici,(Ors in) such Dis
triot or Cireuit, and tiaid coimittee
shall meet at the call of tle chair
man, or of tiny three members at
such times and ptaces as he 1' they
E-ach Congressional Convention
shal meot within its Congiessional
District, aid eaci Jndicial Conven
tion shaill meet w ithin its Circuit.
ART XIV. This Uonsitution shall
not go into foreo until the State
Oampaign of 1878
The State Convention of Jutie,
1880, adopted the folluwing resolus
Resoived, That the recommenda
Lion of the National Democratie
Committee relating to ex officio
membership of committees be adop'.
ted, as ftr as the samne provides for
the member of the National con
mitioe being ex officio a tamnber of
the State execuLive committee.
A Solid Southern Democracy.
NEW YoRK, May3 29.-T he Times
prints fifty ansi8wers to the. followbnLg
quelstions a(ddressed to oneo hudred
editors of Democratic newspapers
at County seats in Aizabamna, Am kan
eaas. Florida, Georgia, Louisiana,
Missi85sippiw N orhi Carolinmai, South
Carolina andt 'Texas:
1st,. Is the policy of the Demr.
crat ic party mnagers ini hiatmonIy
with tihe general sent i ment, or uie
people of yourt distrit? If 1tl11:mt p)oh,
cy excites aniy dIissatlisfact in, is it.
tuhielly directed agrainst the princi,
pa 0or t~the rs'iions sustLaed by .the
2d. IIlow do your people regard'u
t hezi aminijstrationi 0f Presidenit Arm
3d. Ia thiere in your neighbor
hood anay deci'led exprueslion ot op.
iin 1)1Int regard to t he t t-i f? It so
w hat is itIs e'x tenit. an id nai Iture?
The Times slummaises the an-.
sw~ers to the first ques1 ton as follo ws:
That, the Sou'th is st ill solid ini its
111 1iation wih th I le Demcra tie p-tr
ty mny' be laid dlown as ma~de !ab)5a
Itttel y cer'tain bify the-o'~ observations'i
'. he masses st ill look to t he Demner
racy tas uiphold ing thlir bi't inteor
ests, nmateial anmd pol1iticalI. O) tall
national iss81es the people 'are a tin,
ite. Perhaps one fourth of thei let,
Lt's speak of dissatisfuec:tin with
the methods of the leaders, bitt thce
writers are caref'ul to sttet tht the
people are in fill harmiony' with
party principles and will forgot aul
local differences in defenidinig them.
Only in two reasponlses to thte first
clause of the question is Lte in 4wer
"not entirely so." Local issumes ,,in
two or three States, legislation not
entirely satisfnctory to the whole of
the party. as, for examnipie, thle stockc
la w ina South Carolia anid the~ pro
hibj it tion Ilaw in North, Itirol inoa, have
iid ed the panrty, hat, ti d(iv isionl
is a State matt~or and woul d be lost
sight oft ini considleration of nat ionial
issues. They. oppose the Repurbli,
cans at seeking alliance wi'h the
colored man and putting him ini
po wetr over thnem. They assert that
tibe ignorance of that race utiis
it, for control and its supremacy
would annihilate all hope of pros
01 replies to the second question
the TimeCs says: "In all the letters
relerenices to tihe hopes of' the South
from Garfiuld's ad min istration seem
hike a wail. Th'ie people, however,
irtustoed that Preident~ Art hur would
carry out the policy of his prede,
cessor; but (1isappoi nt ment has~ fol.
lowed, and more than half the lot,
ters speak of him as a narrow par
uisain seeking only the interests of
partty-as one from whom nothing
beneficial to the South cain come.
T1he aippoinltmenits to offiee in the
South as a rule ar'e a great source
of dissatisfaction asnd are regardee
as showing that Arthur is not friend
ly disposed. From the three Stateos
of' Mssissippi, Louisiana and Ark
ansas only Come expressions of
praise, and these are almost entirely
due to the Mississippi levee proclas
mation, and' even these generatlly
are mingled with words of dis-~
A nsiwers to the thirid question
show thbat with one or two oxcep,
tions little discussion of' the tailff
is t oporteid among the people. Many
writers May th~at thbe queetion is not
nuderstood among thte masses; one
that, they have no concepgioh of
wlhat, "tariff'' mea fA, 10
apnears to be thna
.04 r 0i i
Won Ihe crime, and
ehao 14 , wIth Mr. Walters
' 1 etb r lnegroes named Joel
Q and Mses ain. Williams was
1,4 ieaAetill and lodged in t1he
.th e 11 e'clock last night to a
s... .ka.t.ion before TriAM Justice
p~lbythismotning, at wfdoh i Was u1n1%
rito1d Ie ptomed to pubfiely reveal tie
-desu of i1 ateoplices.
AL 2 o'oldeok A. N. 'se citzens of the town
wOre arousedby the tmost uagonizing eries
Vf distress and soon discovered that tle
guiardlouse wus In fiames4. A large crowd
tullected #%round the burning buil Iding, but
the Are had adready gained AMh kadway
that all efforts to extinguish it proved iner
The unfortunate prisoner in the upper
Story. maddened by the knowledge of his
impending fate, glared wildly bowween the
Iron bars of the only window to- the i oom
at the men below and shouted piteously for
assistance. Pe was, however, beyond the;
reach of human said and in a short time 'he
buildinig was entirely consumed.
This morning a heap of'ashes, in which
V4 e Mui'aIg tonle still glistened, and the
charred remains of Bill Williams told the
tale of the terrible tradegy. Evidently the
fire was us' incendiary origin, and the opin
ion is freely expressed that Frederick aind
Cain, fearing the anticipated coniession of
Williams, decided to destroy (he only living
witness ngainst them. The suspected par
ties will be arrested. VERITAS.
A Good Foundation.
In American households the ptrevadling
complaints are weakness of the tomaih
and its consequences; indigertion Nervous
ness and- rheuimatism. Such sutforers can
lay a good foundat ion for heal li by using
Parker's Gingeo Tonic as it tones up the
stomach and nerves, and keeps the kidneys
active to carry off the foul matter.-N- 0
Oregon laos gone Republican. The Leg
islature will elect a Republican Senato:- to
take the place of Grover, Democrat.
B'3Wre of Imitations.
'The delicate odor of Floreston Cologne
is entirely novel. Look for signatures of
Hiscox & Co- N, Y., on each botile. 4
$4 ,000,000 AETM.
FIRE INS3URANCE AGENCY.
iF YOU WISH IN.-U~ANCE AGA!NST
FIlRE I)N YOUlR 1iWlbIlNG, F'UftNI
l'URE, M ERCllA..)ISF, &c., apply to,
G. W. BOWEN,
A t H udgens & ildige ens, E isley , 4.C.
Agent for thne ('on'iineuiral Fire lusuranice
Comepaney of New York.
jieze 8, 18%2 88 6:m
INotice to Creditors..
M arthla,8iihI, et al. ngeain'.t Amueandla L.
Smith et ail.
J )tiI3UA NT' to a IDecreta Order', miade
ini thie abi ove ~t at ed case', andti signtedt
by, the lion. 11. C. Pressley', ni 'hei (iu daty
oft Imiee, 1 b82. notaice is haer:eby givena, e
qjuirn a l ani td sinegubIit- lhe (:'.ala orms ol
Go vin (1. SmeithI, dl ce'ased, to prouve thei a
emujiis !agcairaas thle s'id~ eate~ i . befor'egnei
on1 lr be&.fttoe' e ) :iy of' August niV'a, or
h'e baried of' all benectiL unadue t;ie proceed.
junie 15, 1882 30 Gw
Notice to Cr'ediorsi.
Amanda C. Hlamilton, agsiainst A. McD.
Amuiltorn, Isae Wick hille et al.
P IT R$U.\ NT o ai lIecr'e.' al (h-ider, masde in
the ti3ee diated case,jiclad signamd bay
thle lini. B. C. P'res'ley, Prees;Ji g Juedge,.
onl a le itl day ot Junaie, 1882, soe e is
hiereby given, reqirning all and sinegu lar
the cr'editors of il cDualth lcamilion de. I
ceased, t',prove their dremiands aigainst thme
said estate, before mej, ona or b~efore ther
1st day of August nevxt, or be bcarred of aii
tienefit to be der'ved frome the proceedings
J. J. LEWIS, Referee.
June 16, 1682 39 , w
state of South Carolina
- COUNTY OF PICKENS.
IN COURT OF COMMON PLEAS
lDru Antn Lee. Phcnintiff, figninsi Nancy
Edes, Johni Edes, Williami J. Durhuame
Siarahe A. Ilammonuud, Liara Uuncan,
I saciinh 1F. D~urham, Freancis VI. Durhamce
Rufus Durham, Elmninea Durham, Naonna
James, Mealissca Edes aind L. IB. Johnson,
Defenidants. -COAMPLAINT FOR RELIEF, &e
TO the Defendents above named.
YOU care hereby stanmmmoned and required
.to answer the complaint in the above
stated action, which is tiled in ahe office of
the Clerk of' the Court of Common Pleas for
Pickenes counaty, and to serve a copy of
your answer to (lie said complaint one the
subscribers, cit their office, at Pickenas C.
ii , 8 C., within twenty days after the
service hereof, exclusive of such services,
and if you fall to answer the comnplkin
within that time. the Plailnsiff In this ac-..
tion will apply to tlio Court for the reliet
demanded in the complaint.
[L 8 J. J L1EWIS, o o.p.
NORTON, KM lf & HOlL LNOSWORTr H.
TO the Def'.'dant, Eilna Dnrham: Take
notice thum the oimplalit in ibis action weas
tiled In thce office of the Clerk of the Court
of Common Plheas for Pickens county, on
time 29th day of AprIl, 1882, and that the.
objects of said action are to partition or
sell the real estate of Farny Durham, de
cased, and zettle the estate by piamvent of
debts; and -distribution thereof accordiung
NORT~ON, KE~iTiI & HOLLINGSWORTH,
PlIaintiff's A morneys.
June 16, 1882 ~39 6w
State of south Carolina
CountLy of Pielkens
Br 0. L. Deunixy,, Junas or PnoIIATR.
*Whereas, W., B. Nimmtons, has made
suit to we, to grant him Letters of Admain
Istration of the Estate and effects of MIary
These ate therefoes to ttlte and admon
ish all and singular thme kindred and ered
itors' of 'the said bf d"; Anvderson, dceas
ed,;thst 4hbey #4 an~d appear before me, ini
the Qonntt ?abbtE. to be hel)d at ?msenp
to thd is k d6
outihe 'koodp lO d.lowmit, 610
frinds huing an abidingluit i*adig
iterested patriotism, make it, buIiil.g
that he eannot. and will not refuse to be
come the People's Candidatie
-W That D1. W. t: INUAD is a man
of ability, all ad~ilt. Me integr'ty and
purity of bharaster, unassailed. That his
has blaims upov the Doiniveracy ot Pickebs
County equtil, it noe tsuPrIor to Ibose or
any oth-er man, no one can deuy,. lie is ao
time str/er, no policy man, no dewagogne,
and while he iF no oR'oe seeker, his friends
have obtained Ms *sse1t to allow the use of
his name as a candidate for the Senate at
the approaching primary election. He will
mlake no canvass, because his reoprd Is well
known. But his friends will press his
claim with vigor.
For the Legi1lature.
SW" FLLOW CIrzINs: Take notice that
I J. LOOPMlL am a candidate for Repre
sentative of the people of Pickens Coun.y at
ensuing election, subject to WILL of the
PEOPLE at General Election,
For Probate Judge.,
A&-" The frieu.4 of J. B. NEWBEIIY
respecifully announce him as a candidate
for Probate Judge of Pickens County at the
ensuing election, subject, to nomination by
the Democrat ic party at pri mnary electiob.
Aiy- The friends of J. I. NEW'I*ON re
sIecttully announce him as a candidate for
Probate Judge of Pickeuns County at the
next ensuing election, subject to nomina
tion by the Democratic party at jrimary
For" County Commissioner.
V9,.. The ninny friends of LABAN
MAULDIN respectfully annoutnce him as a
candidate for re-election to the office of
County Commissioner of Pickens County
at. the texti ensuing election, sutiject tu
nomiinationi by the Democratic party at
primariy election. Thue record ol' Mr. M AUL.
lasN forces us to mnake this annomncementb
A" rThe friends of E Li.\S D AY re
$pcUIifullyanuc hiuin as a andiate for
re-cieci ion to lhe office or Coaiunty Comminis
sine of11'c Pickens~ Countiy at M ensninug
elect ion, bsuljecet to nomuntini by t ho Dema
'icraite party aut priamry election1.
3. The Irienads of W. B. A LLGOtID
reep -et fully announce him as a Candtidaje
!f: Couanty C'oinm~issioner of Picke-ns County
at the *na.:in ele~C1tIion, subject to a nom11
inat'n by the Demoucratic piarty at primary
?&- .ihe friens ot A. 13. T.A LLEY re
speettully ann1 (un1ce hi a a canidida e for
re-elect lol n t lhe eftice of County (' >mmi s
sioner of Pickens Coaunty at ithe next adu
s inig elect ion, sutbject 10to a omia ion by t he
Demiocrat it Mt~ ty' at primnary eclin.
For Echool commhissioner.
Sf' The friends of 0. L. DUR~ANT
res.peelfl)ly fl anoice him ast a1 11cand(idaite
for School Counissionere of I'irkenis County
att the next. ensuing- eleerion, subject to
nomniat ion by tile Demnocratic party. at
For County Treasurer.
%&j The frienads of JOIIN H. B3OWEN
respectfully aunnounce him as a candidate
for recommeunnda&tiont to thme office of Treas.
urer of P'ickens County, by the Democratic
pauty at primaury election.
rW" T~he friends if JOSEPH'i B. CLYDE
resipeci fully announce him as a canidite
for recommendation again to the office of
Auditor of Plekens (County, by the Demo
cratic party of the County at the ensuing
DR. WESTMOtaELAND)'S TE~TTER OINT
M~ENT will cure alt Skin Diseases, such as
Totter Worm, Ring Worm, Scald Head,
B~arber's Itch, &o.
'MANUFACTURED AND FOR SALEnBY
Wholesale Druggists, Mansion House Block,
Gr'envllle, t4. O.
For sale by DR. J. W..QUILiA IN, Eaaluy
june 1. 1882 -37 6m
Under and by virtue of the provisions of
the Bed~Ohd Section of an Act entitled "An
Act uo authoriae the conrsolidattion of tihe
Atlaintlo and French Broad Valley Railroad
Company aind thse Edgefield, Trenton and
Aiken Railroad Company, and other Com-.
panies hierein nmamned, &c. Approved Jan.
uary 81st, 1882.
All persons, Corporations, Townships,
and MunicIpalities holding shares of thle
capital stock of either the Atlantic and
French Broad Valley Railroad Company or
the Edgefneld, Trenton and Aiken Railroad
Company, are hereb& not ined to ute, sihh
or in person or' by duly authIorised repre
sentatives at ?3ineiy Six, Suth Carolina,
on the '2tth day of JtttnO, A. D. 1882, at 12
o'clock M. for the purposes of effe~otinog the
consolidation of satd M, RiIwoad Coanpa
toes under the said A$, * -proived .inury
OUR 'MR. GWINN HAk T
from New York, whero'e e efd
the GOODS npw on sale.
and the prices are right.
Just Tink o
100 Suits Complete for
119 Sull Conplete ftot
130 Suits Complete for
85 Suits Complete for 8 0
&nits in abundance. Stilts to p
everybody At. all prices, from the 4.es
prices mentioned up to $84.00.
please the most fastI.lioII; we guarainq -
fit; we have the latest, styles.
64 Dozen of the Famous Klrkpatrek
Shirts, both Laundered and Unlaunder
at popular prices. They are the best Y l
in the market. It will take but one lr
to convince. The fit is perfect.
Collars and Cumk by the
The very latest styles, HodIpry, Gloves,
Haudkerchiefs, Ci.&vats, Tites,0tmbrellas)
&C., to suit ali classes.
Don't buy a Hat. without first inspecting
our stock. It will pay you. We can pleass
an old man. W'e have the Ndbby Hats fu
the young men. We cant. miss the boys.
Our Good., are bieQglht for cash. Money
always has the inside tr.ik, so we are la
position to offer
BAlOA INS !
Come along and get them TWt
P. F. FAUR\lE'WS OLU STAND~,
G R EE I1L LE - . . . M. C.
TAX R ET URNS.
COUN TY A U l~iT)1R'S OFFlCE.
. OTnICE is hereby given that the Audi
tor's Oflice will be oper. to, receive TAX
R F;TUiRNS f'uhm JUNE 1--t to JULY 20&h,
188S2. Theg Audji or or his dssistunt will
attend at theg following places at the iume
spIecited for the :asses.-nent of Real Es~t
andc Personal Propwrty, y x:
Cetrah, Junue 1 2th Iand I13th.
L i bt'rty, Ju ne 14t h~an d 16th.
Ea.ley, Juno-1l6th aand 17th.
iUcuusv ile, June 19th and 20th.
P'umupkinatown, Jun's 21st and 22d.
Aikenu's St e, June 21'4.
Kinug's Store, June 24th.
llt'urria, Juno 2th and 27 h.
And the. balance of titue, at Pickous Court
After t':e 20th~ of Jxuly the returns of
those failing to r'eturnu will be made frnoa
the best information tat enti be obtained
and fifty per cent added thereto.
All male persons from I wenty -one to~ ffty
years of age, excepting those exenapt by
law, are required to return their polls. -
Mer,,hanats, Manufacturers and Banker.
must make their returns strictly accordin~
to law. ,
Eaich taxpayer, except when impossible
to do so, must manke their own return a
reassessmecnt of Real Estate is ordered fer
A lt assessments of perseind propeity must
be "the usual Selling price of similar prop
erty on the usual terums at execut'ors' eg
.admnistrators' sales, at the places where
the return is made-"
J. B, CLYDE,
Auditor Piekend County
may 11, 1882 344
E: Ws Marshall & Co.
Wholesale as4 etail Dealers In
1C~!IN AND DOMIfTIC DaT-DI
AND N~IONI, *
,Next to Ferguson &G Xiller'i9
GRIEENVILLE, * * . C,.
Samples Sent When Dsesd.
may 4, 1882 8 '~~
N OTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENq
N Notice Is hereby given, that I *Ip
~ly to 0. L, Duratnt, : Probate Jdgt
ickena County, on Saturdqy, d s~o
July, 1882, or. leave to npk
settlement, with niy *ardsr Jothn P
hloggs, Thomas 11. Bloggs, and V~I .
Horton, and ask to be dierohargd ed l.
from as Ouatilan.
E. K. BOOGS.8 Gluard auf
jnne 15, 1882 . 39 .
A Errow #f Tou h., ,
GENTLEMAN who seufte4 tgwat
froa Niervoius Jgi~hhty pyisr~~
Deony, and all t he effeaf dof yfueI.4
-ceetion, *1l for ithan o..1 s1V,4*li ,"