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D. P.BRADLEY.Editor i
PICKENS 0. H., 8. C.: M
TEURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1882. Li
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Obuary Notice, and Tributes of Rcspect t1
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Announcing Candidates five dollars, in ad- n
Meeting of the County Democratic
Executive Committee-First cf
September Fixed for Primary
Election-Time of Holding
the County be
l'iCKENs, C. 'i., 8. C., July 22, 182.
Pursuant to a call of the County Chair
anan, the County Executive Committee met
this day-present, the County Chairman,
J. R. Gossett, W. W. F. Fright. A. B. Tal
ley, H1. C. Gradly and H1. 1. Lewis. J. R.
Gossett was elected Secretary of the Coin
On motion, it. was resolved that the Pri
mary Election be held on Friday, the first
day of September, 1882.
The holding of public meetings through.
out the County were, under resointion of
the County Convention, arranged as fol
Pickens C. 11 , August 5th, at 10 o'clock
Pumpkintown, August 9th, 10 A. M.
Eastatoe, August 12th, at 10 A. M.
Hurricane, August 14th, at 10 A. M.
Central, August 16th, at 10 A. M.
Liberty, August I1ti, 10 A. M.
Easley. August 22d, at 10 A. M.
Cross Plains, August. 23d, at 10 A. M.
Dacusville, August. 24th, 10 A. M
,Pickens C. II , August. 26th at 10 A. M.
All candidatos in the County who hold
themselvos subject to a nomuinat ion at the
primary election, are instructed to be pres,
ent at places and time above dlesignated, for
the purpose of addressing the cit izens upon
the political issues of the day.
Th le otficers to be voted for are: Senator,
Represent at ives, School Commissioner, l'ro
bate Judge, County Commissioners, TreaM
urer, Auditor and one Trial Justice in each
township. Voters wh o reside in a town
ship only will be permitted to vote for a
Trial Justice of' such a township. Eaich
club will appoint t: ree ianagers and a
clerk, to conduct. the electioni. The elee
tion must be conducted strictly in conformt
ity with the rules adopted by the County
Onm motion the Commit tee adljournett to
meet again on the fifth day of August next,
at Pickenis C. Ii.
U. F. B tA'.)EY, Co. Char'm.
Rules Governing the Primary Elec
ton Adopted by the County Con- -
vention, July 15th, 1882.
.Resolved, I. That the. Managers of i
the Primary Election for' each Club,
and their Clerks, immtediately be
fore opening the polls, shall repeatL ,
uloud altetr the presiding oflicer of
the club the followiung pledge: "I do 'I
solumnly pledgC my sacred hotnor e
that I will faithifully perform all I Lhe g
duties incident to my position as I
Manager of tbe Primary Election to ,
thne best of my ability."
I1. The polla shallI open at scven hi
o'clock A M. atd close at six o'ekeck "
P. M., when the votes shall be~ im
mediately counted, publicly, Open,%
ly, and in the presence of such tomni
boe of the club as may choose to be -i
present, by the Manngers and Clerk,e
under the supervision of' the pre, e
iding officer of the club, without
adjournmort or iterruption until
the same is completed,. and the re
eult shall then be immediately de ~
clared. It two or more ballots shall
be found folded togethmer compactly,
only one shall be cou tnted, antd the
other destroyed, if they bear the
same flame; but if they' bear' differ.
ent names the same bihall be des
troyed and not counted. It more (
ballots 8shall be found on opening I
thme box than there are names on the t
po0l1 list, all the ballots shall be re
turned to the box tand thoroughly
mixed togetlmher, atnd one of the
-Managers or the Clerk shall, withi
uut seeing the ballots, dr'aw there
from and immediattely destroy, as
many ballots as there are in excess'
of the number of niames oln the pol11l
IIl. Only enrolled Democrafe of
each club, of the age of twenty one a
years, who hatve resided one your I
within this Stato and sixty days ~
within tihe Ciounty, nleXt precedmng
the general election, and who have ,
been duly registered upon the books ti
of the Superviswr of Registramicn as
a qualified elector of this Cotutnty, h
1 , bIbeemildtvoe An ea h f
skulln beentie hoimoel Atd veh
.h1,bfr eostn i alt
persosn o preaeting helfitowvoteg
plde t oetntmyafimtw
shall befre~. depa6 oiin hi ballt;
suke, in good faith, the following
pledge: "I do soleninly affirm thy.t 1 a
)unty, that I am twenty one years T
Iage and will have resided in th.is
ate one year and in the Coun-y ea
Kty days mmediately preceding the w
!Xt general election, that I have 0
At voted,'at this olection, and that 1
will abide by and support the T
)m1nations inado by the Democra, a
o party." 8
1V. When for any cante the Man
er shall have accepted or reject
I a challenged vote, they shall
ake an entry of their action in 1
riting. together with the name of c
le person challenged, the candi- e
ttes proposed to be voted for, and
to gotaids of the challenge with
to roasons for tihe acceptanee or re. C
Iction of such 'vote, which stato%
ient ,shall be sent up with the re- I
lirns of said election, to be decided
pon by the County Executive Com,
iittoe, whose decision in the prom
ses shall be final.
V. There shall be a list of the Vo
ers names kept by the Clerk, and
he Managers -biall make out, in
luphieates, ret urns, sho'*ing the
lumiber (f votes cast for each per
on voted for, the office for which
10 is voted, and the total number
)t votes cast, with thbe naines of
hose who voted, one of which lists
hall be deposited in tho ballot box
vith a copy of' the club list, and the
)ther delivered to the Secretary ci
ho Club. Tho returns shall be
4igned by the Alrangers and tile
)iosidilg "flicer of the club, and the
sorrectness of' snid ret urn shall tat
Ahe sane time be certified by the
VI. Tlhic baiulot box containing the
>illots, tle poll list and certitied
*eturniS, with a copy of the club list,
ihiall be forwarded tile following
hay, securely locked or sealed,
t intigh (lie of tile M anagers, to be
lesignated in Writingiir by the pre,
id ing I fli'cr of tile club, to the
'Joulil0 y Exectiive ('Comniittoo.
VII. The Couity ExectLive Coin
Inittee shaill ineet atl Pikens C. i1.
it twelv'e (12) o'clock M. on the
nay imm~lediately following the eie,
linn, to niggr'ega te the votes cast.,
mnd shai~ll conitinule ini sesson until
bey shalal hnave (ornleted the same,
vbIien t he election s al b Ie pu11blicly
lecla red. Anid tlior~e receiv ig the
siIliest littmber of ' votca for the ic,
spie i ,lices sal al be dI eclaredl thle
iOtnineesa ut t he Democrat ic par ty'
or' thle several ofijces for which they
111Ir received such vote.
Vill. Ini all peartictulars~, not hereini
1e4.11tionied, the StaLt utes it' t he st ate
'egu latin g general elections, and thle
Jotstit Utin o1 the Cott ty Clubs
Showing Their True Colors.
Somae of' lhe Green'iibackeris climi to be
~od Demiocrat s. only wor'kmag for reformi
uw side (lhe party. Y'et theay abuse lie
)emaoci'acy wvitho tj st ing and lovinigly emi
ri'ace lIe publiicians andit pr'a ise thirici party
bene~iver oppor'tui iiy presentsal itse'lf. Ini
onigrecss. (lhey vote wvitlh thle lipi icauns
> unseat intlhigent, honiorable whaite meni,
nid put ini lieir places irenegades, iand the
x convict negro tiaef', Itob Sanndis. Th'ley
or'k upon01 tlhe ign oran lc3 aind pretjud(1ices
f' ithe lower elemeicns of society and star
p sitiile and dl~itcten wherever theay
an. As an evidence bit terness5 iad dlisre
ia'd of fairnzess, we t ake fr'om ilie Senaec: i
our'al, a le follow inig resolutiiion adoiat ed
y a Gr'einback club ini Oconiee Counaty inii
Aferenace to die killinag of lIlair': ''That'
heeais Colonel lila ir met his dethl at the .
anids of a briuaal anaid il t m urn'derer,, t hat'
e denounce athe act ion of Judge Kersaiw
>r recleasing t his cowaruidly aissassin oni
Ther i's no pureri'Oi, conisci en t'os, iiprighit
iizen in athe A ta than J udge. Ker'shiaw.
hais muiich was accorded hii.n 11 duing thle C
e ign of plun ader' in t his State by even thle C
ai'pe -bugger's. H is condultct uponi thie
euch lhas beeun irriepr'oiachle, and we are a
ure if Cthe ciricumiast ances of tho k illintg of1I
larir laud not jutstialled it , he would rever
lave adnitted llalI tle to bail. lBut for thie
a ke ot argumeni ct, aidi t thiat thle act ion of
uadge Kershaw was~ imnproper, how does i i
omupare wvith th(le action of Jutdgo tiind, c
)isi rict. At aoi'aey %l chaon, and others in au -
hor'ity, in puck ing a jury anid using all
lae maclhir cry) of (lie United St ates (.'ourtz
o secure the acqjuila of ithe Ladd mr~aru
ler'ers? Did we hear any howl fr'oim (lie
reenibackcers wheni this out rage was per
cetrated? Not a bit of it, (lacy were as sil
ut as dumnb bells. Th'leir ally, a le great
tepublican parny, whose so'e object now
coins to be the restorative of negro suipre,
acy in (bis Slate comnmi (ted this judicial
tutrage, and it would never do to denounce
hem and licur their displeasure. No.
vithiout (lie atid of theo Repuablican party
hey couid rever' haopeo (0suick (lie public
eat (hey hiave so long sigheda for.
As to the killing of lilair it was our in
ormaiat ion t hat. it wais donie ini self defense.
he follower'ed Ihaile, and fInile kaiowing
is desper'ate chiaracter armed haimsaelf and
hot, ini self defense. But they deniounce
laile as a cowardly nosaissin. We do not
now laile personally, but have beeni in-'
>rmled by getlemon who served with himri
urinig the war that there was no braver
aldier' in (lie Confederate ranks. Since
ie war he hasi been a peaceable, quiet, I
aro~working, law~ abid inag fariner. This i5 I
isaaatra ege tfo oeo th
i iretme ' n whe ott ro Yeie Oontee
retene' denoune hiet ase aconrdl
resain. denoerunc from sc a poarly
Ala~sndler sephensuc ha pwrte
Alexander Stephens has writton h
letter, accepting the nomination f~
Cntal Democratio Triumph.
The Editor of the SUNTINUL being
lied away before having time to
rite up the mass meeting which was held
I Saturday the 29th at Central, we are
At able to give as full a report of the
eating to our readers as we would like.
he facts and results of the meeting as far
I we have been able to gather them are
ubstantially as follows:
There was a large and enthusiastic crowd
resent, some Republicans, three or four
ireenbackers and a rousing crowd of Demn
crats or lovers of honest government, and
ome rule. It %aE not simply a Demo
ratio meeting but a general political gath
ring. The speaker 5 of the day were Jere
niah Looper, of the Republiban Party, T.
1. Russell nidI W. W. Russell, of the so
alled Ureenback Party, and Col. It. E.
lowen, Major D. F. Bradley, and Col.
5impson of the Democratic Party. Mr.
.iooper opened the ball. It was wondered
iow 8o large a man as he is could stand
)n as weak a platform as lie did. Of course
us speech in brief was the denuncitiion of
,he Democratic Pat ty and the praise or
ktiempt to praise the oid party which ias
ong ago gone by Ihe board.
lie was replied to by Col. R E. Bowen,
who showed beyond a doubt that the Re
publictn Party in South Oarolina was not
,it to rule anything, lie said as a party it
wvas corrupt and the few good men who
were in it. were in the wroyrg pew; lie show
!d by satistics and incont rovertable facts
itt. the Republican party does not stand
1i any light at all as compared with the
L)emiocrat ic Pitarty. COl. Bowen's speech
wvas short and to tie point. It required
>nly a sior: time for hii to show up the
ld Iteptblican Pirty. The Greenback
ipeakers of the day were MCssrs. T. 11. and
N. W-I Russell. They both spent mitch
ime in talking a id blowing and gassing
Lbout the National Banking system, con
leinnug it in strong teris as it. now is,
mld suggesting no system of currency to
ake its place. They passed from this to
be dentunciation of t lie Democratic party
ind a thin sprinkling of centure on the
'lads." They censured our Congressmen,
mr Legislature, and in fact every thing
otnected with Democraiic rule. They
poke a great deal about the salary system
if tie Democratic party, the Registration
law and in ict were drownding men grab
uing at straws. The result of these speech
s Major D. F. Brtadle) expressed well when
Ie t c Id a le antecdot e of th le fox w Io refused
abe seared by thle bell --a big mo.uthl, a
Wig t ongue, a lh- of a fuss antd nothlin g
The Oreenback speakers were replied t o
*y C2o. Simap'.otn taili Matjor 0. F. Bradley.
L'hie'e cleit ar thers, paitriot ic meni aind
list in gtuis hed orattot's, overthr Ie w and coin.
ilet ely d1*molhi staed ithe Gr teenb ack ers ati
,veiry ~o int. ThIiey antswetred athe b:mik! ing
r'gunuettt Ly showitng thait we hiave a good
mtrrenc (y n ow. thiat evecry art iclec of' produae
>rings its value, and if' lie Grteenaiticker's
>bject to it why don't laey propo)(se a bet.
er systemat or ait least somic systemli; athey
sho~wed th at t:,aes were lower uiiier lie
LDematitt ic, rule, t htana any ot hiet' parray
oculh giv~e, t hat sal1:1iries were :as low as an ty
;over'ailcent could be r'int; Iltt;it the liegis
rat in la w was a continisit onal neces sity3
ind demtutttratcd its jutstice and its fuar.
tess; t hat lie Demaocr'~dic patiya contianed
lhe brains aid tie printcipa!e of the State.
itd was ini tact the otnly pairty tit to r'ule the
Sinte: they tintally drew die veil back amil
lho wed ;t he ilt eriora ot athe Gr ieenbhick pirty
0 lie "1iamiicatlim. tia~'' hey sitowed itha t lhe
iss' eats wvould sicek out, iand as cone of a le
peatker's s:Lil, "seratch t li back of a Oteit
>.cker' thlrouaght the skit and you at'e surt.
o findiialla i cdl lle'shi, bone, mu ascie and
weart."' T'hey ntot. only said ihiis, biut proved
I, by shiowinig i hat lie (3reenabacket's voted
viaIh iehe lipublicanus, attd t here (s onagni
o e: as mutich of thle Radical m aternial as
)oss iblle inito their fold. Ccl. Simatpson~ and
d ajor Uraadle: spoke about one hour eaich.
liey'8 st'rnck a lie taiil on thle head every lick.
Phey man111fully anad firmuly def'etnded thle
riniuples of ahirt party, won laurtels foir
hiemselves anad gained a coaiplete victory.
bret'e chireers for Bradley and Simpson,
lie Gr'eenback demtolishers!
The t'esult of' the meetitng wvas a complete
)emccra tic success. 1lThe GrIeenbackeirs
auto to Cenitrial to orgatnize a Greenback
hib, l'oastinig t hat, they wou'd start out
rithI sevetnty live imembters . If' they made
lay at tetinya to organize, they did so very
t' e. We were iinformned that if alhey did,
bree memabers would join. Pickens Cutity
Demuoctrai ic anid it is a waste of' t ime and
is tor' any oilier par'ty to utndei'take to get
be asctndetncy. Long and ever tmay shte
oni tnue to be so!
Ihe Midsummer Southern Musical
The contents and mtusic of the July num,
ier are itunsuially good, especially thle arti,%
les on thle "'ice Berg's Birli-place,'' "Thie
''ourt or July," and "Kissing Made Easy.''
'hie music, "Tlhe Uniforgotten Song" anud
'.1 tumbo's MIarch,"' pleases uts nmuch. Thei
St;J Pruemium Sewinig Matchine, was wonu
luly 1st, on ticket No. 178, by the editor 01
lie JRonoake .iews, Weldon, N. C. Th'le nie.st
i>remiumii for thle Quarterly Di'awinrg, O0t o
>er' 1st, 1882, is a spletndid Silver-plaeed
rea set, cash price $75- 1 hte set is not. a
>oor a lung pariced high, lbut is oft lie newest
iptighit style, atnd best triple plate, made
>y lie celebr'atted Mieridein Silvor late Co.
I insbanids w ho wish to see thleir wile's laces
'oticca ed in s.il er o itthe let table, will send
dollar atud subscribe lot' the Journal at
mice. Th'lose wiles whose husbands are
atitigy, will send athe dollar all the satme
rhiose expect ing to keep house should do
ikewise. Rememruber (lie otter. One dlollar
ecures the Journal for a whole year, wit h
ticket in thue Silver Tea Set drawinig.
specimien ie~pics mailed free to all. Address
sudden & Bates Savaiinnah, Ga.
The Height of Folly.
To wait unutil you are in bed with disease
out may niot get over for months, is the
eight of' folly, when yo'i nought be easily
uired (luring die early symptaons by Par
er's Ginger Tonic. We have known sickly
imihies made tbe halthiest, by a tinue.
"A Cur of Low Degree."
IENATOR BUTLER CRES MILLER OF
WASHINGTON, Suly 21.--Senator
Butler, risoing to a quostion oft per.
,onall privilege, ruenarked that hm
Aserved in the Record I his ins)iijgi
Limut, a porson in another place, ih
iliIus-itig at contested olectoi ease
had made a wanton auttnaek upon bi
Chairacter, and committed a breaic,
of pa:' I LY privil og, for which
he was not culled to order. II
would not at this late daiy bo be,
trayed into at conltrovorsy with thi
individual, whose nequaintar-ce ht(
had never had the imislortune t(
maizke, but would rather ieavo hin
to the judgment and countempt, ol all
honorable men ior at tacking anot,h
er iln at forum inl w'.h'ielb lie could iot
be answeredl, mid iider e-over of cit(
privileges of'that . for'umu declining al
corr'ect ion of all fMso.hoods he wam
uttering or hist garbling of evidence
perversion of 1 ruth an4d falsificatii:1
(if records. Ie had w ithstIod tie
imastiffs of' tle liepublican party il
the past, and could afford to dismise
with this boriet notice the yelpilgs of
th's Cur of low degree. The niame
of this3 creatire, lie believed, was
Saiuel 11. Miller , Represeitative
1rom1) Peniisylvanii, a member of the
11ouse ele(:tions11 cornunitteo.
For mllany ycarIs Mi r. A. A. Sb1)ec s
of lacoil, has been) varc'iully exper i
menting .to hybrido the cotloni
plant t.hat --ron wild inl Florlid. with11
thlie cOMion olila. The now planit,
retainos th 01kria mtalk and the loli
age of the cotti. Its tluner antud
rt'uit, however iis st: ikingly unlike
totoni or ok ra. Tile planiit hIa-s an
aive 'arge heigi'ht of t wo Ject, an1d each
pla 1t hts olyv 1 one bloom. Tis4 is a
gnlititcnt, flwer-very iiiith like
1iht great lIaginolia inl fragriiance, a ju
e'qIally as large. L ki the cotLon
bloollm Ihe flower i6 wiiite for n few
Jaysm attlte itoes alter1 whicb It 1-s
tirs pa4 t- l pik, and granually);I jj ;t as
tes darker shades of this coulor uiIW
it becoine, rc, wheli it diols, din,
closiig a woideritl boll. For about.
teIi days 0i. bull unsembles thie co.,
tLon bull, and then its growthi sid
duvIl% incrie'ases as it by inagic untal
i ti iIallv reacIes tie ze ot a big
('00cohnut. .Not uil it I ieacbes iIs
SIZe does~' the htL , ar. 'Il ben i -,
$..Owy threa~ds begin to LurIIL Itrom
the boil, brt. are beI secureily iin
yh:tee hy thle okra'l like thiotis or
.-o its tha:t line thei bull.
~Une inetxpieiemed puicker enn e'a
sily) gatthier 800 piounuds a day, ami11
seeds~ ini tue lint. lI4h.wh bul prIodu
tces about t Lwo pound1 ofi ?~11very longi
St ~a pie eot Lou, .IIIOI'eor Lo .he sea i. -
ho ldi, anld at. Lihe boIttmau oft the bull
ihieret are lromi ihurll to iix seeds, re,
s. tm blitig petrsinioneni seed T his
new cottont, tht torie, niecds no gtin
t ill, g.
Ini his g*ilt, to the Uni er--it v 01
G.. or'gia , Senator I3rowni has~ pr.avi
tor' te b).towmiieut, of a i'.ebOiarsliii
in the~ .;ricultur'al Co'llege (on Z
student to be Meltedli Ititim the
tonolties5 of Al.dlersoln, O'oluee nota
lPickens in South Carolinia, thierehi
remembert~ti C'nig the 'ot iv of hsis ua
tiv ity--Plicns-:uii the enutyt i
whIiich lhe fir st II. 0ney wats loaneitd u(
him i to prlocure an I .'f 1 udveatio-- An..
derC soni. Thiiis senimenii'li toe's cretdi
to the hat anid mem~liory of ii
The yoiuthful color ad rich lustre ar<
1Cestort't to faidedt or graiy biuri by thec uIse 0
Par'ker's Iliir H-d'miun. aL hiarl'iness drestsin
iiloghly estetemeaad for' its peri'nnie andl piurily
A greOat NortI'her aihl iiOU d trai
with an 8--t'et single driver. outsidt
u'yIintder' engine, lately ran Iront
Leeods to London, 1 862 milets, ini ex
atctly thre hours1)1 it-t2 mi les an houra
'1Tiere musnt have been quito a
nlum'ibet' of soldietrs kille'd near' A lex
anidr'ia but it is behev'~ed the Cotoneh,
Every town ualn amlet ini Georgia
is oii the boomIi, 0on liccoium, of good1(
L'rops anid tail' propiects of biluess
Greenbzack ism ins reported as stom~
dead ini .lamplit)ton, al 'LLioor anci
"AthI sphiry znth a Ii ba'd"' is thu<
latest, slang phirasue.
Thle Governor has refusetd to par
ihti SJtL; Kirby, convitetd at, tit
June1( termi O cour1t for Spar'tanburg'
c'ountty, oif atehena g lquor' withbout, a
hiLeee, anid seun'.unelt'd to six hitile
in jail or' pay a tine of *200.
Thel~ Cicago). Judges uni to ill the
Opinion thbat, Mr. Scoville is entitiet
to a reasonable comnpeninatoin tior hi i
services in the defense of' Guiite'au
antd that, the governm(Bent, ought, ti
toot, thbe hill.
IN THlE GooD OLD DAYS-Gar
land, who shitt antd kilited Add isor
in a rL'eent, d uel ini Lune1n11burg ciounI
Ly, VaI., IS to be1 ti tid for mnurder.
E~vlucza'ly chivalry is at, a discounn
ill the Old Domnilonl. The ~ime14. hia
beei when an F. F. V. could stej
Oult anid Idd Ihiis einmy betitt
t r'eakfnst. and( be lionized on atccoun t
oft it.-Atlanta Post Appeal,
The British haive now '24 guns it
position at, Raimleh, near' Alexanadria
For the Senate. D
S'lhe mnany frleuds of COL. R. U.
BlOWEN announce him as i candidiabe for
lie Senate sat the ensuing election, subji ct
o tle Deimocraicnomination at the primary
lection. This announcement is made with- I
ut. the knowledge of Col. BowE, but hie
-iends having an abidinig faith in 18 ds a
uterested patriotism, make it, believing V
that he cannot and will not refsase to be
com1e tIhe People's Candidate
gi That DR. W. T FIELD Is a man u
of ability, all admit.i His integrity and p
pi-ity of character, unassailed. That. h
has claims upot lite Democracy of Pickens
County eqtal, if not superior to those of r
tiny other man, no one can deny. lie is no
time server, no policy mno, no demagogue,
and while lie iF no office seeker, his friends P
have obtained his assent to allow the use of
his name as a candidate for tle Senate at
lie approaching primary eblction. Ite %%ill
maisike no canvass, because his record is well
known. But his friends will press his
claim with vigor.
For the Legislature.
R7y' The many friends of 1ION. J, C.
ALEXANDElR respectfully announce him
as a candidate for re-election to the House
of Representatives at the ensuing election,
subject to la nomination at the primary
election. Mr. AL.XANPER has served the
people honestly and faililly for lie last. 13
two years in lite Legislature, aid-we think w
that the people can not do better than to S
returti himn to l seat in the House.
Eg.The friends of CAPT. W. I. BERRY
respect illy anlionnce hin its a cindidate C
for tle liouse of Iepresentatives fr-om
Pickens County att lite ensuing election,
sliject to a nomiration by the Democratic
party at lite allproaching primary election.
11k The friends of 3. J. JOHNSTON A
re.pectfrally annos1untce himl as la candidate b
for lie 1louse of Representatives fr-omn
Pickens County at the ensuing election, al
stilject to a nomination by tile Democratic
par21-ty at lite appri iatching priaury f -ction.
gIsk The many friends of CA '. J. A.
G3" I FFiN respect fully announce aimi as ab
csantdidate for lie I louse of lIIepr-esema I- I)
lives t romi Pic-keins Count a13't thle ensuing
electilon, subljectd. to lb a nomi itt ton by the
Deiiiocri- c party at priairy elect ion.
grL Thle friends of J . E. BOG(.S an- d
nounllce hum as ab canildate tor the hlouse ot
lIepiresentat ive, subject. to thle ensning
. Thle mary frieuis of LG E-()G is F.
RIt11N S N i-espectfully ainnounce himo as a '
conud:daIste fori thle II luse of Rtepresenlt it ive'S
at I ie emuP~itnig chici eion, subhj'ect to noln.
1in1ioln ait pimalssy el-cltion1.(
AWV Fr .:.1.w Crrizi.:ss Tak e not ice t hlant
I J.-I E L' i iin a candii uiat Ce o liepr
sentI at ive of! the po/e ot Pickenus C'ouni y ait i
en1 IIing el -cielin, sub iject to wiLL of thle
I' 10-1.1: ait Ge nerasl Elec-t iosn.
For Probate Judge.
Ef The tiend'5 sof J1. B. N -UEI'~!
res pectfully'li 011C annunc him ais ai cand51 it eg
tsor Probsatses Judige et P'ickelns 4 ountty at lie
ensing el-citin, subljs eI to5 noinaltionl lby -
thle Deiniocr-at ic party sit primllaryv clh-etion.
- . C
spettll ann13- oun1111lce him l as a candhhis aIt for
Poae Judtge ot' Iaickens C'ountty at liev
lie xt ensinS iig electioln, .su bjeict to nomina11 l
11ion by thle Demucr-at ic party at. primary) .
elect ion h
For County Commissioner.
26 Th'le friends of Ul-NTON S FREE- a
SA N respect fuslly announice him as a ca:ndi
idate for County Coma:I$iiner of Pickens
- Counity at thle ens sing elect ion, sublject to
a l noini 1loln by lie Demnocret ic par-ty at
tA,,L The friends of F. C. PA RtSONS
- respect fully announ111ce him i as a cansdidai e
for County C'ommtiissioneri of' Pickens Conni y
at. thle ensuing elect ion, subaject to the pi
mary elect ion. Ii
gg The friends of 0. P. FlELD'
respect fully annioiunmce himi as a candidaite 8'
for Count3y Commiiissioner of PickenisCounity
a lt the 'ensuinlg elet-ttion, subhject to ai niom-l
nution bay lie Demnociratic party lit priiary dI
elect ion. C
muk The niany filends of L~A BAN
Al A U L D1IN respaect futlly announce himl as aJ
candidate for re elect ion to the office ot
County Commissioner of Pickens County
at thle next ensuinig elect ion, sul~ct to
nominoatio b~ly thle DemaocraJt ic prty at
priimairy eletionU. The record of Alr. AauL
lN foirces us to make this aninounlcemjent.
I im The friends of ELIAS DAY re
spect fully annotunce him as a cadidalilt e fo r
re-eleciion to the ofhice iof Counity Commis- A
sioner of Picken5 County at the ensnig
elect ion, subject to nomlinatio b~ly the Demi
ociratic party att primary election.
g@i- hie frier.ds of A. B. T AILLEY re
spectfully antnounce haim as at candidab e for
re-elect ion to the office of County Cymmtis,
sioner of Pickens County at the next en,
siling elect ion, subject to nominitation by the
1)emIocratic party at primalry elect ion,
For School Commissioner. q
8lisl The friends of 0. L. DURANT
respectfully announcte himt as a candidate
for School Commissioner of Pickens Conity ~
at the nm an.ntn. .1-.:- -..c. . C
$&We are authrlzed to announee HON.
WYATT AIKEN, as a candidate for ie.
lection to Congress.
For County Treaaurer.
9%. The friends of J. T. HI LL respect,
illy announce him as a candidato for re
mimiendation to lie office of County Treas.
rer or Pickens county, by the Democratic
arly, at lie ensuing primary e'e.stion.
3g. The friends of REV. B. HOLDEII
espectfully announce hin as a candidate
>r recommendation to the office of Treas
rer of Pickens County, by the Democratic
ity at primary election.
S6i1 The friends of JOHN I. BOWEN
espectfully announce him as a candidate
)r recommendsation to the office of Treas
rer or Pickens County. by the ]Democratic
arty at primary election.
3 ' The friends (f JOSEPH B. CLYDE
:spect fully announce him as a candidate
ar recommendation again to lite office ot
uditor of Pickens County, by the Demo
'atic party of the County at lte ensuing
WILL Receive up to the 71 day of Au
gust, 1882, Secured Blids for Making,
elivering and Putting Up 200.000 or 300.
) Bricks innto he Picke Inst ituile. Also
ids for Miaking and Delivering lite Brick
ithout putting up; and for Luimber and
G. W. TAYLOR,
Secretary and Treasurer.
july 27, 188 45 9
g-rand Midsinnuer closing Out
Sale-1,000 Piamos and Or
gans at Rock Bottom
Cash Rates, on
Buy now. al piay when cotton comes in.
.911mall easl payient and hialance Novena
r 1 si. 1.000 stand:ird aIi ruts, from
ie hest mnkers only. All -iyles and prices
o st eicil Inst ruments. Maker's nones on
Special Midsummer Offer.
PI A NO:. $2.5 cash and balance Novem
Ir 1st, 1882.
OlmA N$, 10 cash and balance Novem.
r 1st, 1882
Lowest cash rates and no interest . Cani't
13y chieaper next fall withi csh in hanrd.
ho- ing (out. toa reduce sto4ck and keep work,
g force emp Iloyed t hrionagh smanimer.
S pecial I lidstanamer otfers to Iinsi allment
ye' rs. Sei (or ca Ialoguecs, ij-ie Lti
II l irenilais giving il in t.irmat ion1. Ad.
ess. LUbLiEN & h'T$. 'nwhaerni Musice
le l'iinno and~ Organu lacj-at ot thme 80al b.
july 13, 1882 .:; 4
OTON (INST MILLB,
'ARM UkPLLYEENTS &c.
We are .\genats for the following Celebra
Fargnmhar's IIlOlizohi tal Vert iezal Steam En -
neSw Alills anmd Separatiors.
aillet 's improvedl Magnetiin Cotton Gii,
it h Self Feeder am1i4 (Condenser.
Mlasse'y's Universally Popubilr Exclsior
itton Gins and Gjriswold Cotton Gin willh
.f Feeder's and Conaden..ers.
Grist. Mi lls, Walking andl Riding Cn!ti
Ii rs, lBcapers, Mowers, anid Agricuturai
It will pay every Farmer who makes on
s9 pbziitation 15 Bales of Cotnon to buy
eC of Fagnhaar's Ver ical St cam Enginies
di a Cotton Giin.
This na kes 'in out fit withI but little cost,(
d yet every part of the niachinery is
ide of hirst class maoterial, which makea f
e Engine just ats endutrable as a miore ex
nasive uimchine, and is more simaple and
tneh easier to mannaige
FOlt LIGilT 11ORK,
u.ch as Ginning and Threshing,
Vertieal Engiue ia Preferled).
We have sold these Engines for the past
.'o years, aind ill every part ic-ilar they
ive given enatire satisfaction.
We will give every Man to whom we have
>l as refearenace.
Wel caturniish either of the above Gins,
rid will Gunrantee the outlfit to perform its
uty. Th'le amiont saved biy CGinninrg youv
(it on at hiomle will Paty a good Intecrest on
us invesllnment. Sen I for priice lists. ]
. H. Morgan & Bro.,
june 22, 1882 40 2m
ICE LEMONADE! i
NI) EVERIYTIIlNO NICE AND CIIEAI'h
)R ENN A N&BRO'S,
EA8LEY, s. O
COME YE CANIDATESz AND SRT
'11 TilER SOD A W A T'EIR-jf you wouldl
a elected, you nmust keep cool, and have a
'iet camapaign in ordler to wam.
ave also an excellent STIOCK OF OG
l~RhES, Provisions, Cunfeotions, &o. All
CHANCE OF ALL.
WE WILL FOR TIHE NEXT
)FFER TO OUR PRIENDS AND
the public genorally, the beet
chance to buy a
kND WIVIEN WE SAY CHEAP,
Look at our reductions in prices.
Suits formerly 8old at $2.00, will
low be.sol for $21.00.
Suits formerly sold at 028, will
ow bo sold for $16.50.
Suits formerly sold at $16.00, will
ow bo sold for *11.50.
Suits Iormerly old -at $10.00, %iill
low be sold at $6.50.
All other Goods, such ie
Ind II.\ NDKE RCIII EFS,
Vill be solo at proportitately low
rices. 'I him is done to miauko room
Ar Mur layro
WINT ER STOCK,
V it ich we expect Llto purcase soon.
McM AiE~AN & GWIN'g,
P. F. FA.\lEIR'S OLD STrANDb,
AR E V L - . C. ',
aug , 1824
3 r. Westmoreland's
!R. W EM'T.\~l' tLA ND'S TIETTERI UINT
I ENTl will cure alt shin Diseases, such as,
e'teri Wo.Armi, 1lug Worm, Scald Iteadi,
3!Nr.wrAI'ui; I Ast) roR SALE BY.*
holesaile Druggists, Mlansion House Block,.
(rrenville, Nr. C.
For sale b~y UR. J. W. QUIL LAIN, Esalep~
june 1. 882! 87 6m '
PENS Septemuber 20th, 1882. One of
J the F'irst School..s tf.r Young Ladies in
e United States. Surroundinigs beai,~'.
ii. Clituiate unsurvpastsedl. Pupils fr'om
ghiteen St ates. TI'EIRMS A MONG TIH .
ES l' IN T HlE U NION. Board, Washing,.
nglish Course, Latin, French, German, '
isti'ument al Music, &c., for Schlattio
mar, fromt September to .June, $288. Foe
italogutes write to
lAdv. WM. A. HJARRIS, D.D..
President, 8taunton, Va.
july (1, 1882 42 2m
TPATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,.
COUNTY OF PICKENe.
ary P. Folger against Mary A. Oates.
-)Y virtue of a Decree i, Dower, made in
Ii the abhove stated case, and execution
mted I iereunider' by 0. L. Durant, Esq
udge ot Pr'obate for said County, I will
Il betfore I lhe Cour. Hiouse door on Sales.
ty in August naext, duiring the usual houra i
sale to the highest bidder for cash,
All that. Piece. Pasrcel or Tract of Land,,
itgad b~eing in the County and Stat..
drsn~, within or near' the Trownt of Eas.
y, on both sides ofthle Briggs Eoad, lead-.
g into Ensley, being that portion of the
ar'y A. Oa' es Hlomtestead. covering the
act. of Land formnerly deeded by Mary
ickerson to A. M. Folger, deceased. and
y him~t deeed to Rufus Ontes, deceaseds,
id containing Fiftuy-four Acre., more ov'
In a similnrly stated case. all that Let or'
art'e1 of Land, lying within or near the
own of Easley, Wnereon the Degfendn
lavy A. Oateus now lives. contuuining Fone'
cres, more or les and being the Lot tot-.
erily deeded by M. F. Mitchell to A. N
olger, deceased, and by hIm .to Rufe.
Sold as the property and Homestead of
to JDefendag. Mary A, Oates, under the
ecrees and excmions aforesaid.
. JOAB M AULIN, s.r.c.
.july 13,.88 48
*ci'el adetir thavrng been,0 perman.y
.n cbre of thatpl dreatdy dsea. osump.
in, byow atsimpie remedy, isenerro u
ake known to his r.n.... -e - ..