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J. RH HAGOOD, EDI tR
NATIONAL AND STATE TidkET.
For President,
GRoVER CLEVELAND, of N. Y.
For Vice-President,
THos. A. HrNDRICKS, of Indiana.
For Governor,
HUGH S. THoMPsON.
For Lieutenant Governor,
JOHN C. SHEPHERD.
For, Secretary of State,
J. N. LIPsCOMB.
For Treasurer,
J. P. RICHARDSON.
For Adjt. and Insp.-General,
A. M. MANIGAULT.
For Comptroller-General,
W. E. STONEY.
For Attorney-General,
C. R. MILES.
For S u perinten dent Education,
AsunrnY COWARD.
PICKENS COUNTY.
For House Representatives,
JoHN 1-. BOWEN,
J. E. BoGGs.
For Clerk of Court.
J. J. LEWIS.
For Sheriff.
H. A. RiCHEY.
For Probate 'Judge.
J. H. NEWTON.
Fov School Commissioner.
LAnAN MAULDIN.
For County Commissioners.
J. E. Boiouwos.
A. B. TALLEY.
ELIAs DAY.
For Coroner.
J. A. LESLEY.
COL. AIKEN AT PICKENS.
The pressure for space this week
prevents an extensive detailed re
port of Col. Aiken's speech made
at Pickens on Saturday last. It
was a very comprehensive dis
course on the Republican and Dem
ocratic candidates for the Presi
deflcy, and Vice-presidency, the
tariff, and the expenditure of tie
public funds, with his views as to
the probability of Cleveland and
H-endricks' election, andl his fears
of our inability to seat them. He
fears that the northern men will
cheat us out of our men because
they'have money, brains and pow
er, unless there is an uprising
which will secure to Cleveland the
office to which we hope to elect
him. He had gathered up statis
ties which were ve'ry interesting,
and1 gave them to the large audi
ence which greeted him.
For instance, it is alleged that
we have $150,000,000 stirplus in
the U. S. Treasury. The taxes
collected by the Internal Revenue
systent is $137,000,000 a year.
The tax paid upon sugar as a tar
iff amounted to $50,000,000, that
1mOn iron amounterd to abont the
main~d tti dn W~erfigood
was trom. No & 6 d 'per .o
He says 't tatkes, or'would' take"
$269,000,000- a year to run this
government economically well.
In no wise is he an advocate of
the Blair Educational Bill as he
understands it. He said that
Blair was the rankest, stalwart re
publican upon the 'floor of Con
gress and that he didn't believe in
the separation of white and color
ed children in educating them.
He made reference to the school
in Pickens, and said that the chil
dren would appreciate an educa
tion more as a gift from their pa
rents. That it was a good invest
ment to pay for one's own childrens
education.
RESULT OF THE PRIMARY ELEC.
TION.
The following will show the re
sult of our primary election, held
on Tuesday, 19th inst.:
IEPRESENTATIVES.
J. C. Alexauder-Easley, 195;
Liberty, 67; Central, 179; Pick
ens, 89; Hurricane, 37; Eastatoe,
58; Pumpkintown, 61; Dacus
ville, 131 ; Cross Plains, 67. To
tal, 884.
J. E. Boggs-Easley, 249; L ib
erty, 121; Central, 117; Pickens,
171; Hurricane, 92 ; Eastatoe, 46;
Punpkintown, 93; Dacusville 51;
Cross Plains, 32. Total, 978.
J. H. Bowen-Easley, 419; Lib
erty, 104; Central, 174; Pickens,
181; Hurricane, 127; Eastatoe,
85; Pumpkintown, 131; Dacus
ville, 114; Cross Plains, 8.t. To
tal, 1419.
SHERIFF.
11. A. Richey-Easley, 334; Lib
erty, 69; Central, 31; Pickens,
79 ; H urricane, 40 ; Eastatoe, 22;
Pumpkintown, 31; Dacusville, 50;
Cross Plains, 64. Total, 720.
Joah Mauldin--Easley, 48; Lib
erty, 49 ; Central. 79; Pickens,
68; Hurricane, 29; Eastatoe, 8;
Pumpkintown, 41; Dacusville, 33;
X Plains, 25. Total, 380.
W. N. Payne-Easley, 50 ; Lib
erty, 33; Central, 129 ; Pickens,
19 ; H-u rricane, 59 ; Eastatoe, 17:
Pumpkintown, 16; Dacusville, 41;
X Plains, 3. Total, 367.
J. L. Amnbler-Easley, 18; Litb
erty, 7; Central, 5; Pickens, 41;
Hurricane, 1; Eastaboe, 27; Pumzp
kintown, 56; Dacueville, . 43; X
Plains, 5. Total, 203.
Henry J. Lewis-Easley, 7; Lib
erty, 6; Central, 2; Pickens, 15;
H urricane, 8; Eastatoe, 26; Pump
kintown, 5; Dacuiville, 3; X
Plains, 1. Total, 73.
Earle P. Taylor---Easley, 2; Lib
orty, 2; Central, 0; Pkckens, 9;
Hurricane,.0; Eastatna. 0; Pnmp
Owh, 1; Dac il ,5 K lan,
Lj?:'ital, 20.
CLERIB LURT. -
J. J. Lewis-E1iey, 263.; 'ib
arty, .198; Central, 176.; Piakens, 1
34; Hurricane,. 55; Eastato 15,
P'umipkintown, 69; Dacusyile,84;
K Plains, 40; Total, 886.
J. M. Stewart-Easley, 199;
Liberty, 62; Central, 72; Pickens,
149; Hurricane, 77; Eastatoe 83,
Pumpkintown, 82; Dacusville, 84;1
K Plains, 55. Total, 863.
PROBATE JUDGE.
J. H1. Newton-Easley, 316;
[iberty, 80; Central, 81; Pickens,
194; Hurricane, 52; Eastatoe 53,
Pumpkintown, 104; Dacusville,
38; X Plains, 81. Total, 1,050.
B. D. Garvin-Easley, 132; Lib.
rty, 82; Central 163; Pickens, 32;
HIurricane, 77; Eastatoe 42,
Pumpkintown, 38; Dacusville, 70;
K Plains, 17. Total, 654.
SCHOOL COMMI6SIONER.
0. L. Durant-Easley, 155: Lib
erty, 33; Central, 75; Pickens,
83; Hurricane, 11, Eastatoe 15,
Pumpkintown, 44, Dacusville, 28,
X Plains, 11. Total, 455.
R1. L. Lewis-Easley, 53, Liber
ty, 9, Central, 111, Pickens, 19,
Hurricane, 41,Eastatoe 19, Pump
kintown, 40, Dacusville, 45, X
Plains, 2. Total, 339.
Laban Mauldin-Easley, 151,
Liberty, 69, Central, 35, Pickens,
55, Hurricane, 53, Eastatoe, 11,
Pumpkintown, 18, Dacusville, 33,
X Plains, 44. Total, 469.
G. W. Singleton-Easley, 79,
Liberty, 11, Central 13, Pickens,
71, Hurricane, 25, Eastatoe, 30,
Pumpkintown, 45, Dacusville, 63,
X Plains. 39. Total, 376.
W. K. Boggs-Easley, 4, Liberty,
43, Central, 9, Pickens, 4, H-urri
cane, 3, Eastatoe, 19, Pumpkin
town, 2, Dacusville, 4, X Plains,
2. Total, 90.
J1. C. Hudson-Easley, 23, Lib
erty, 0, Central, 2, Pickens, 0, 1Hur
ricane, 2, Eastatoe, 5, Pumpkin
town, 2, Daeusville, 1, X Plains, 0.
Total, 35.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.
Elias Day-Easley, 282, Liber
ty, 60, Central 126, Pickens, 141,
Hurricane, 42, Eastatoe, 18, Puamp
kintown, 119, Dacusville, 99, X
Plains, 72. Total, 939.
A. B. Talley--Easley, 300, Lib
erty, 115, Central, 129, Pickens,
124, Hurricane, 66. Eastatoe, 17:
PumpqkIntown, 130, Dacusville, 97,
X rlains, 83. Total, 1061.
J. E. Borroughs-Easley, 115,
Liberty, 79, Central, 111, rickens,
48, Hui'ricane, 77, Eastatoe, 3;
rumpkintown, 40, Dacusville, 45,
X plains 23. Total, 541.
J. Moniroe King.-Easley, 173,
Lberty. 27. Central. 37. rieaa
1utbpiMtown, 4, Daousvillla 29, X
Iains, 23. To Al",5
J.- X. Bbrr-ERs1ey, 147, Liber
;y 28, Central; 35, Pickens, 7, Hur
'icane, 6 Eastatoer 3, rumpkin-.
;own 6, Dacusville, 19,, X vlains,.
23. Total, 274..
J. J. Herd-Easley, 75, Liberty,
)5, Central; 88, rickens, 151, Hur
,icane, 101, Eastatoc,. 74, rump,
kintown, 25, Dacusville, 34,. X
rlains, 46. Total, 6891.
J. L. Gravely-Easley, 62, Lib
arty, 6, Central 18, rickens, 63,
Hurricane, 16, Eastatoe,73, rump -
kintowrr, 40, D'aeusville;. 34, X
plains, 17. Total, 339'.
N. M. Madden-Easley, 23, Lib.
erty, 17, Central, 102, rickenu, 18,
Hurricane, 4, Eastatoe, 4, pump
kintown, 2, Dacusville,7, X rlains,
1. Total, 178.
Warren Boyd-Easley, 63, Lib
arty, 18, Central, 18, Pickens, 74,
Hurricane, 10, Eastatoe,10; Pump
kintown, 23, Dacueville, 43, X
Plains, 8. Total, 267.
J. R. Phillips-Easley, 6, Liber
ty, 3, Central, 13, rickens, 8, Hur
ricane, 0. Eastatoe, 1, rumpkin
town, 31, Dacusville, 67, X Plains,
9. Total, 138.
CORONER.
A. R. Hanilton-Easley, 157,
Liberty, 42, Central, 152, Pickens,.
85, Hurricane, 43, Eastatoe, 27:
trunpkintown, 58, Dacusville, 72,.
X Ilains, 35. Total, 671.
J. A. Lesley-Easley, 286, Lib
erty, 107, Central, 57, Pickens, 118,
Hurricane, 62, Eastatoe,59, rump
kintown, 53, Dacusville, 79, X
plains, 57. Total, 976..
COUNTY AUDITOR..
Maj. D. Grice---Easey, 181
Liberty, 77, Central, 150, rickens,
111, Hlmricane, 71, Eastatoe, 28,
rumpinktown, 52, Dacusville, 117,
X rlains, 63. Total, 850..
J. B. Clyde-Easley, 26, Liber.
ty, 84, Central, 88, rickens, 121,
Hurricane, 53, Eastatoe,63, rump
kintown, 94, Dacusyille, 58; X
plains, 35. Total, 857..
COUNTY TREASURER.
J. Tyler Hill--Easley, 261, Lib
erty, 30, Central, 65, rickens, 68,
Hurricane, 48, Eastatoe, 36, ramp
kintown, 88, Dacusville, 76, X
plains, 32. Total, 703.
W. B. Allgood.-Easley, 18, Lib
erty, 8, Central, 59, rickens, 56,
IHurricane, 47, Eastatoe, 6, Pump.
kintown, 6, Dacusville, 6, X Plain,,
1. Total, 207.
J. W. Major-Easley, 133, Lib
erty, 94, Central, 47, Pickens, 46,
Hurricane, 27, Eastatoe, 26, pump
kintown, 46, Dacusville, 86, X
Plains, 64. Total, 568.
P. D. Cureton--Easley, 31, Lib
ert .1 nt 11 n .1 .

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