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Wednes !ay, August 8 -- XV ~ 9
IT IS TIME TO THINK MOKE AND TALK
* LESS.
It is a iimiia'ole pity, and to say the
least of i', a verr m irked -ig'? of low"t?
ering dTg- xirv md Mta'fsmtnahip when
the national law tu ?.ker-? are a* varience
with the <livi:i! Uv interpretor-?.
Every i?sue of th: da > papers now
Dring ine venitio:-i sienc i m iw.icuness
to our no cp.
The "family quarrel*' of South
Carolina seems to b3 as-nming unholy
proportions an J defiling the
al ar9, whether it ha? given birth 'o
"an unholy alliance" or t:o\ It is
high tinn for it to stop! x
It seems to us that a little w<>re of
the practice and less of the theory ? f
turning the other cheek whit) smitten
on the one, would do vastly more
goo J, and would at least preserve the
dignity of the clergy, to pay nothing
of its purity ! Oa the other hind, we
think the wisdom ol Seaator Tillman
wonld better show itself in effwtsto
rid our national government ui u?
wrongs?in solving international
problems and relationships, than it
does in such small territory &3 South
Carolina, and in snch small issues and
questions aa those which now confront
th8 Democrats of ths State.
"I must be consistent," he pays, 4I
have always fought for the dispensary,
and brought it into* existence, and I
am obliged to continue it." To Senator
Tillman we say in Emerson's words,
"A foolish consistency is the hobgoblin
oi little minus, aaorea oy ntue statesmen
and philosophers and divines/'
To the preachers of South Carolina we
say, "Be not righteous over much,"
for snch righteousness smells of little
minded consistencies, which is close
kin to fanaticism, and contrary to all
tho teachings of the Great Example
Christ, and reflects discredit upon God
himself, for he cannot be glorifie i by
narrow mindedcess, if he is what you
hive taught us t > believe?all wisdom
aud power.
a _ iirp Bitj- .
VT?i IilJKC< AQXU V7C xuu v v^VA *
Better schools and more competent
teachers is the cry that comes from
every quarter nowadays. We welcoms
this cry, and hope that it will
continue to call until there is an answer
give
What we need now in South Carolina
is not more colleges, but better
school?. How many hare we? How
many have teaciiers that have themselves
education enough to enter the
Freshman class of our best colleges?
Some have the theoretical part of the
education, bnt ars sadly lacking in the
practical ?
A monument to the man who inau
gurated summer schools for teachers!
School teaching is a profession and
no longer an experiment, and should
te run upon the same principles and
basis as medicine, the law, etc. In
fact it may be said it Ehoald.be much
more exacting and stringent ia Its re'
[j quirements upon its practitioners.
Onr teachers should not only be able
to teach the text books but character
as well. Text books are textbooks
indeed, they are well named. Vastly
more is to be .tanghl the child than the
a?b ab's and the 2x2'?. To pat it in
the old farmer's words, "I want oar
? a ? i 11 A!
ooys to saow mure iuau cue turco xv e>
(reading, arithmetic and^wriiing).
Oar State Legislature allows no one
sp/Bw"? to practice medicine without his college
diploma and his license from the
State board, and why? Because life
depends on it Why don't we remember,
or how long will it take us to
learn, that immortal sonls often depend
upon the teacher? Character
may be formed at home, but we feel
almost safe in saying tint it is more
often formed at the school honse.
Give yonr boy the right kind of instructor
as his teacher and the ministsr's
work is very light.
See thit your teachers know text
hnnke?. hnt also see that thev are men
and women. Send them to tbe summer
schools if they don't know books.
Send them to church if tbsy don't
know principle and fandamental
troths of character.
rs' mm
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The Sapreme Conrt has rendered a 1
decision which is of great interest to 1
w* *)AnT(?Anj Ap fvo a tka ftocn i
lug tian VI 4UV vacv
went to the Supreme Court from this 1
county, and i3 a suit for damages 1
against the Southern Railway Com- i
pany. Messrs. Ragsdale & Ragsdale 1
represented th 3 plaintiff. The court
has reversed several of its former de- '
cisions and now holds that all suits <
for $2,000 and over brought against *
the Southern Railway mast be brought
in the United States Courts. This ,
practically nullifies the statute of the
State known as th8 domesticating act, (
which socght to give our State conrta 1
jurisdiction of corporations chartered j
in other States but doing business in i
, this State.
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How'i This!
Wc offer One Hundred Dollars Re- <
owtt Aoca rvf OqIqi*p!i fhot n- I
waiu ivi auj vi v**M
not be cared by Hall's Catarrh Care. '<
F. J. Cheney, & Co , Props.,
Toledo, O.
We, the undersigned, have known i
F. J. Cheney tor the last 15 years, and >
believe him perfectly honorable m all '
basiDess transactions and fin uscially <
able to carry out a?v obligation* made l
by their firm. 1
West & Truax, Whol sa!c I) u*gists,
Toledo, O. !
_ . " Wa'ding, Kinnan & Marvin, V? hole- <
sale Druggists, Toledo, O
Hall's Catarrh Care is taken inter- !
??>;?!'? iHroAiln i?nAn thi hlor>r5 J
and macoas surfaces of the system. I
Price, 75. per bottl*. Sold by all
druggists. Testimonials free. i
Hall's Family Pills are the best. s
f
xo. you ddxrr have to:
We have heard il asfe--'. :t -t f.e^Iy
discosaed aronnd tOw;i, !i xjiaiching
Se:?a!or Tillman'd mrae fro-n the
ticket in the c >rnin? primary woaid
invalidate the ba!!o:. It gives U3
great pleasure to amwer this qiestion.
Freedom in this conn try means jast
this sami rigbf. It means a choice
between good and evi:t a c'wicc between
a greater and lesser e*ri!, and a
fiorht f/-> roiar>f ?V>.i nnf> PViL
iiguv tv * V |VVW VMV w. ...
The law only require a vote that
will clearly demonstrate the will of the
people. If o:ie shoal i 7J*e a ticket
that uni-ite'ligable th;u it fiils in its
reqairem -nt*. Every candid ne mcnt
be either ^lec'e I or reject d, h meiniug
tnu-it be clear- *
Sh?uld anyone fee! dua'?tf??, they
mar scra'ch out B. R Till man and
write any nam ? he m ly clu:o-e in its
place, and this will p'ace i-v?-ry doubt j
beyond qa^stiou. Tni< is yonr right,
and yonr privilege N ? ma i can be j
compelled to vo*e for anv in ?n in this j
free country of oure. it you uotri
want to vote for Bin scratch i im oat.
Don't fail to vote b cms? his name is
on ih-J ticket, lie may d > a great
m mv things, bat he can't deprive yoa
of yoar right ot' sovereignty and of
franchise, lie m ?v throw slurs at the
ministry, bu' he ca i't mike them vote
for Boss Ber.
NORTE CAROLINA JS ON THE ROAD
TO PROSPERITY.
We j.re glad that old North Carolina
has eroDe Democratic. We feel like
throwing our bats in the air ancwyelling,
"White supremacy, and the voice
of the people!" .North Carolin-i has
gone Democratic by over ?0,000 majority
aid clcced over two-thirds of
the general assembly from the Democratic
party. Hon. A. B. Aycock was
elected as the Democra'ic Governor.
This large majmty means that Senator
Batler's time is drawing near, and
that the United states senate win
soon have another Democrat in if.
Secbetary Hay is a man of consid*
erable ability. While we have not
found a great deal in the McKinley
administration to admire, we mast
acknowledge that the diplomacy of
Mr. ?fay in tiie Chinese trouble has
been characterized so far by ability.
T_ t A . L - TT_?i. J
ne oas put iae uuiuja ouiuoi iuguuu
position. Ordinarily our diplomats
have been inferior to those of Earope,
but in the management cf the situation
in China Mr. Hay, we think, has
shown far greater ability than the
powers of Enrope. We hope that he
will be able to sustain him.-elf to the
end.
A fisticuff is now the usual accompaniments
of the S ate campaign,
and the Patterson-Gary fight will
probably create no excitement, .but it
does sei m that these men might have
settlpd their differences just as well
hefnrfi fhf> fiaht as aftsr if. The noinfc
we wish to make, however, is that just
such occurrences as these deter many
good men from having anything to do
with politics, not that thev are afraid,
bat a real brave man wiK not pot himself
in a position where be will be
compelled to engage in a fisticuff or
place himself where an indignity may
be offered.
Senator Tillxan ha9 generally
shown great shrewdnes3, but bis coming
to the rescue of the dispensary, we
believe, is one lime h- has made a
mistake. Witbotr pi??Mfion and
with many of his former auugonists
now admitting satisfaction with his
course in the Senate, it.se-ms that it
would have been plain common sense
for him to have been hands off in the
campaign thb Year. Many people
have not forgotten his indignation because
a United States Senator once
undertook to counsel in a State cam
paign.
?m
During the absence of the dilor for
the past two weeks the ??Wo?ial
column of The News and ;:kald
has been managed by Mr. M. B. Jennings.
REDUCED RATES.
The Southern Railway will sell
round trip tickets to the ifontreat
Bible Couference, which meets at Black
Mountaio, N. C., August 12-26, trom
all stations on its lines, and return at
the rate of one first-class fire for the
round trip. Tickets will be sold August
9;h, 10th, 11th, 12th aad 13th,
with final return limit August 28th,
inclusive. Black Mountain is located
in the heart of the J'Land of the Sky,"
and this will give all a fine opportunity
to visit that beautifal summer
resort region.
To the National Conveution of the
Chrisliati Church, which meets at Kansas
City, Mo., October 12-19, the
Southern Railway will sell round trip
tickets from all points on its lines at
the rate of one first-class fare for the
round trip, plus $4 00. Tickets will
be sold October 8th, 9th and 10th,
with final return limit to October
23rd, inclusive. Persons at non-coupon
stations should notify ticket agent
several, days in advance of their contamnlated
deoartnre. in order that he
ma? supply himself with proper form
of tickets.
Also round trip tickets to the Annual
Convention, National Baptist Association,
at Richmond, Va., September
f2:h-20th, at the rate of one first-class
fare, from all points on its lines, except
from Washington, D. C., and
Alexandria, Va Tickets will be sold
September 10th, Xlth and 12tb, with
final limit SeDtember 22ad. inclusive.
To the animal convention of tj^e
Colored Odd Fellows, Louisville. Ky.,
Dctober 2 7. ronnd trip tickets will be 1
sold from all stations oa the Southern
Railway. Tickets to be sold September
29th, SOtb, and October 1st, with ,
inal limit Octobcr 9;b. Persons at
aon-coupon stations should notity (
ticket agent several days in advance
)f their contemplated departure so
:hat be mcy supply himself with
proper form of ticket?.
Tbe Mississippi Yaj ey Medical As?0ciati0M
meets at Ashville, N. C.,
October 9.h-l 1th The Southern Rail
svay will sell round trip tickets from
ill stations on its lines October 6:h to
kh, inclusive, wi;h final limit Ootojer
15th
For farther information call on or
ivrite any agent of the Southern Bail*
fray or itS connections*
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aw to be
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f||M one year's subscription to 1
|llj guess. Present subscribers
Wjfl will be extended one year fr
of our paper; you get the gi
YOUR GUESS s
as possible. As soon as we
certificate corresponding to guess made by you, which wi
and keep your certificate. We will file the duplicate wit
will receive as many certificates and have as many gues
a tjtd atd if nmi -oronf mnrp than nnp .orues<? on
nijixaui/. 11. j"-"* "?"? ? ? ? s 0
also be entitled to one guess.
VALUABLE IIV
To aid subscribers in forming their est
Per 11
Year. Total Population. Increase. Cent.
1790 3,929,214 923,214 31 jj
1800 5,308,483 1,379,269 35 j!
lain 7S9n.ftKi 2.012,398 37 i!
1820 9,638,453 2,317,572 32 II
1830 12,860,020 3,221,567 33 |
1840 17,069,453 4,209,433 33
1850 23,191,876 6,122.423 35 j
I860 31,443,321 8,2511455 35 I
1870 38,558,371 7,115,050 22 1
18S0 50,155,783 11,597,412 30 !
1890 62,622,250 12,466,467 . 25
The population for 1900 at an increase of 21 per cent
over ibe population would be 75,772,922.
' * - * - ~r iq cto \
lilClUcl^C Ui iOjiWjVi ^ 'J 'I
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At an increase of 22 per cent it would be 76,399,144.
(An increase of 13,776,894 )
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At an increase of 23 per cent it would be 77,025,366.
(An increase of 14,403,116.)
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At an iMcre.ise of 24 per cent it would be 77,6ol,oss. |
(An increase ot 15,029,338 )
At an increase of 25 per csnt it would be- 78,277,812.
(An increase of 15,655,562 )
This is One of the Greatest Offers
Ever Made:
In case of a tie, or that two or more estimators are
? ~ ~?-'"A" Ann^llr KAfWAPn
equany uoncti, piucs ?yuj ui. uiviuvu ^ v> -.. w?
them.
This contest will close one month before the population
has bem officially announced by the Director of
the United States Census at Washington, D. C-, and
THE NEWS AND HERALD will announce the date
when the guessing will close.
REMEMBER
The Press Publishing Association has deposited $25
the express purpose of paying the prizes.
THE CASH MUST ACCOMPANY YOUR ORD
$1.50 per year. You get the guess ABSOLUTELY FR1
This offer applies to new subscribers and old subscr
of expiration.
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REDUCED KATES BUCKHEAD I
To the Grand irmy tncampment at Chi- I Was at Clayton
eago, August 27th to September 1st. and in the hnrry ill
On -account of the above occasion, bring to notice to
ibe Southern Railway will sell round Fairfield tbe very
trip tickets from ail stations on its most of tde roaa
lines to Chicago and relarn at especial- Richard Wilkes'
ly reduced rates. The following ra(e3 Wright's; one plac
will apply from points named: north of the late Co:
Abbeville, . . $22.50 people have to dr:
Anderson, . . 21.05 patch to get aroum
Blacksbnrg, . . 21.10 pnblic road. Why
Camden, . . . 25.75 neglected? It is no
Carlisle, . . . 22.20 12 feet in one place
Charleston, . . 26.25 j the wagon track,
Chester, . . . 22.95 j south of and near X
Columbia, . . 2175 Tbat is one place 1
Deumark, . . 2175 railings particularly
Greenville, . . 20.20 pie had better elect
Greenwood, . . 22.20 supervisor of roads
Newberry, . . 25.3? tion.
Orangoborg, . . 26.25 it u a subject of
Prosperity, . . 23.55 tbe ladies presentin
Rock Hill, . . 22.5?> Hoyt and of his fav
Spartanburg, . . 20.20 j on tbe people generi
Sumter, . . . 26.05 j (he other day. I
Tickets will be sold from points in t candidates wanting
the State of Florida on Angust 24th ? will vote for Iloyt I
and 25th, and from points in alk other j Measures, not men,
States on August 25th, 26th and 27th, j Featherstone beat E
with final limit September Srd. By j governor's election i
deposit of tickets with joint *gent of\ and the times see
Central Passenger Association, at Chi- I better for prohibi
cago, prior lo 12 o'clock noo?> Sep- I county (becoming i\
tcmber 2nd, antl on payxsent of fifiv j Go.l blcsi the la<
cent<? in conncction with vacb ticket at | caudidatea tbu \v
time of deposit, the return ffnal limit j fiovt wa* the best t
may be extended oniil September 20th. ] jrovernor. Sj mot(
Persons loc-tted at non-coupon sta- jl ^ conpie of onr j
tions should notify agent several days jj & visU |0 iei:itives ?
iu advance of date they contemplate |J Greenvillc Conrit
leaving, in order that h3 miy>npp!v Au<,ust:l Salyer aln:
himself with proper tickets. I \Vehid a ver/i:
T<V\r> rioioj'i'd itifr?rr?i?tinii rfilafcive ii
A V# %*w%? d Ulglll.
rate-, schedules, re*, r.-iMons, ctc , cai! ] iIr> Kl]itor> j a?r<
on or address a.u./ -nt ,f the Soufe- ,) -n regJd (Q ^ Uo~s,
ern Railway or its c ,nn?ti?>ns. ; 8Qt;h 1)itifnl
i offender* as you Ue
Mothers endorse it. children like if. f Ul l){ , > wpplc.
old folks ase it. We refer to One., . T
Minute Ccngh Cure. It will qaickly *atc * ?0,ul,"Atts )'uu
care all throat ai.d luDg troubles. jtfc- j ^or the house or sen
Master Co. jchoose I voted U
*?* ran oerore. ana wen
? Several wagon loads of fine conn- doiDg so again
try watermelons were in tc wn on Sat- ^ye cannot vot<*
nrday. Although the melons are crippies 0f ihe O
large aad fine in size tbey are said to very r.ear Mr. J. L
he inferior in quality. he was wonnde-l. ai
ia?l elt-ctioi
C^.STOS.ZA.? people hie ply pro^
Bftarati? v*"^6 KM Yoti Have AfesysEccgft most disabled soldi<
Sknatw s/tf/7 . /? - federate war? Ius
have $*??,000 inve
.
toeiation, 1899. AUiglits reserved.)
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: Prizes by the PRESS PUBLISHING ASSOCIATION
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Jiil jKUiX, iVIItn., amuug muse ma&uig
5 or estimate of the populatien of the United States and
itories, as shown by the official census of 1900.
Wre have made arrangements with the PRESS PUBrttNG
ASSOCIATION to enable our subscribers to parite
in the distribution of the prizes, amounting to $25,000.
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'HE NEWS AND HERALD will be entitled to one
may take advantage of this offer and their subscription
om date of expiration. No advance is made'in the price
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less ausoiuieiy ucc.
'hen you send in your subscription you make your guess.
; sure and write your name, address and guess as plainly
rceeive your subscription we will fill out and send you a
ill entitle you to any prize that you may draw. Be sure
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ses as he sends yearly subscriptions to THE NEWS
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PRIZES TO BE AWARDED AS FOLLOWS: >
To the Dearest correct guess, ' $15,000 00
To the 2nd, . ^'9*9 99
To the 3rd, 00
To the Itb, JOO CO (
To the 5th, 300 99
Toihp6'h, 200 00
To the 7th, 100 00 5
To ihe 8th, 90 99 <
To the 9th, - 9a !
To ih210th. 70 00
To the 11th, 60 CO
To the 12th, 50 00
To the 13th, 40 00
Tj the 14th, 35 00
To ihe 15th, 30 00
To the 16tb, 25 00 ;
Fo the 17th, . 20 00
To the 18th, 15 00 To
the 19th, 15 00
To the 20th, 15 00 \
To ihe next 180 nearest correct guesses, $5.00 9
each, amounting to , 900 00
To the next 100 neara-st correct guesses, $4.00 ,
eacb, amounting to 400 00
To the next 100 nearest correct guesses, $2.50 i
each, amounting to 250 00
To the next 200 nearest correct guesses, $2.00
eacb, amounting lo 400 00 i
To the next 400 nearest correct guesses, $1.00
each, amounting to 400 00
Total, 1,000 prizes, amounting tov $25,000 00 !
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WINNSBORO, S. C.
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abagbaphs. cause of more ruin, poverty ana ,
wretchedness than any one thing else
several days since, that the rulers of the State have ever
my last forgot to engaged in The argument ot one of
ihe taxpayers of advocate-) of the dispensary i?, 1
bad condition of "what are we ?oin^ t0 do witb that (
, large stock of spirits?" I woald say <
leading from Mr. not traffic in it. Stop that forever. <
to Mr.. Book Co!. Hoyt can better explaia than I
e about 100 yards cai? wh*t is best to be done with that
melius Nevitt'd the seemingly tome reckless quantity of j
meuusjNevittdtne 8tron^drink that the State's officers i
ive on the cotton ^ave ^een engaged jn and possessed of.
3 the gully in the I see some of your contributors areas
are the road? so strong for prohibition as can be. I j
t mora than 10 or . "??rrai? Hoyt and a)1 J
~ " "" " luose or Jise isitu .,
to the outside of fTaIy 81} 1900 j c Feasler.
at the big gully j
[r. Book Wright'?. For Over Fifty Years. j
seeding posts acd w^lo^'s Soothing Syrup
. I thiuk the pti>- hag been used for over fifty years by j
a more attentive millions of mothers for their children <
' 1-?? MAnA\Af c n/?oooa
&t the comin^ clcc* I wniits w nu quw^.
I It soothes the child, softens the earns?
I allays a'l pain, cores wind colic, and j
great rejoicing in'isthebe^t remedy for ti.arrhoea It'J
? flowers to Col. i relieve the poor little sufferer 1
? . r,,.ai,n- ? I immediately. Sold bv druggists in
? | every part of the world, Twenty five
illy in vVinnsboro cei)tsa bottle. Be sure and ask for i
told one of oar "Mrs. Winelow's Soothing Syrup," 1
: votes, "If you and take uo other kind. 1-1-17
will vote for yon." ? 1
is what i3 wanted. Mr. Gregg McMaster is at home '
lllerbe at the last from Charleston for a few davs.
in Fairfield County . ,
ra as good if not mjwukMWBMMWWMMMyyWjbW
tio.n in onr dear , W
inn hat I nSffiSfflufel
lies On?! of iht ' i t'j
a-; heie ih-jug:it ^ J *
hocghr. oT m.in rur i [ *~yr J
cmg l-wJics *rc o:? j ' J\ J '
iai'ihe moan ain-:; | !
y. They ue ili-srs i J |;
nee ran here last <
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? * .'^n i ?* t nin I '
of correcl'iori for | i. ?i52I5A5tf"'*V 1
1? year-od , ou?, f j ,
?<*rih#> in voiip p<i;- I , n^vldence Is,complete. It's nature's i <
j our en. wayofwarnlngyouofyourcondltJon, I
If it je r.ot too J J t """* * " i 1
lor the legislature, j (loflHSfOll S i C
ate, whichever you ' ~ ' yfe* J
3r v.a >on i S*n!t?apfirill& J
nt?l take jueasore -in j . "Tirturj'fi ' 1
I an* flisofders at
J-the blood, Gljght or severe, of lo'dg |
for all the uecdv J Rtandtng or recent origin. Itstbirry.j
i 1 y?s?r? tccu.u su??iwiw ?i? -?* .
nfederacv. I was 5 Sold everywhere. Price $1.00 per full k i
, , .. I 1 .Quart bottle. Prepared only by -- g (
i. laohmoua when; ? r jhchioaxdkcgcojipaxy, I j
fill he sot mv VO e J* Detroit, Mlcb. I
). Why can'i the BdwMMMmaMMarMaBaMBBV
ride for al ?tirir john n. McUaster & Co., Winnsbcro, i
ers in ihe late Oct.- s> c . T w. Woodward & Co., Rockton, ]
lead of that, tbey s. ?'.;W. M. Patrick, Woodward. S C? 1
isted in liquor, the T, G Patrick & Co., White Oak, S. C.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR SOLICITOR-SIXTH CIRCUIT.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial
Circuit, subject to the result of the Demo2-atic
primary. THOS. F. McDOW.
We propose the name of Hon. J. K.
Hexey to the Democratic voters of Fair5eld
County for re-election to the office of
Solicitor of this circuit, because of the
rery satisfactory manner in which he has
discharged the duties of the office for the
past several years. VOTERS.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial Circuit,
sublecr to the rules covernin? the Demo
uratic primary. W, C. HOUGH.
SENATOR.
G. W. Bagsdale is announced for the
Senate, subject to the Democratic primary.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the Senate, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries. FJatform: Less
elections, les> legislation, less litigation,
and less taxation.
* T. W. TRAYLOR.
REPRESENTATIVES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives from
Fairfield County, subject to the Democratic
primary.
JOHN G. WOLLIKG.
I announce myself a candidate for thfe
House of Representatives, subject to the
iction of tlie Democratic primary..
E. B. RAGSDALE.
The friends of John G. Moblet nomi-.
nate him for re-election to the House of
Representatives, subject t:> the action of
tbe Democratic primary.
Blythewood Democratic Club nominates
W. J. Johnson for the House of Representatives,
subject to the primary election.
W. J. HAGOOD, Secretary.,
I announce myself a candidate for the
House of Representative.'. Dispensary,
State and County, renovated and fumigated
is my piatform. Will abide by the
result of the priwary.
J B. MORRISON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives,- subject
to the action of the Democ'-aticprlniary.
T. B. fccXINSTRY.
FOR CLERK.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Clerk of Court, subject t> the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JM R. CRAIG.
Th;rp1tv annmirpo mcaplf a anriidate
for tha office of Clerk of Court forFair5eld
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JR. V. BRAY.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Cierk of Court for" Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary. J AS. A. BRICE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fairleld
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JOHN W. LYLES.
I Hereby announce myseir a canaiaaie
tor the office of Clerk of Court, subject to
;he action of the Democratic primary.
JNO. J. NEIL.
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby annoauce mpelf a candi
late for the office of Sheriff for Fairfield
Connty, and will abide by the
action of the Democratic primsries.
JAS. W. BOLICK,
Pledging myself to abide the result of
ihe ensuing primary election, I announce
nyself a candidate for nomination to the
Dffice of Sheriff of Fairfield Couoty. The
jordial support of ray fellow-citizens is respectfully
solicited.
GEO. W. CRAWFORD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
?/\y Chariff /vf "Foirfiolrt <SllhieCfc tn
the action of the Democratic primaries
x J.W.CLARK.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
tor Sheriff, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary.
J. McKINNET ELLIOTT.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
ior the office of Sheriff of Fairfield Couniy,
subject to the action of th9 Democratic
primaries. B. G. TENNANT.
I hereby announce^ myself for Sheriff of
Fairfield County, ana 5WI aoiae me result
)f the Democratic primaries.
d. e. Mcdowell
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff of
Fairfield County, subject to the action of
:he Democratic primary.
r. e. ellison.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
'or Sheriff of Fairlieli County, subject to
;he Democratic primary election.
MOSfi H. MOBLEY.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
'or Sheriff of Fairfield County, subject to
\o the rules and regulations of the Democratic
primary.
JOIINB STEYEXSON.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the officc <f County Supervisor for
?aii field County, subject to the action of
;he Democratic primaries.
A. D. HOOD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
'or the olfice of Supervisor of Fairfield
bounty, subject :o the action of the Dem
>cratic primaries
ROBT. Y. CLOWNEY
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
f r tie olfice of Superviso of Fairfield
Jounty, subject to the action of he Dem)crati>;
primaries. J. B. BURLEY.
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
'or County Supervisor, subject totlieacion
of the Democratic primaries.
JOHN A. STEWART.
I hereby announce myself a candid.te
'or the tffice of County Supervisor of Fairield,
subject to the rules and regulations
>f the Democratic primary. *
, D U. ROBERTcON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
or the office of Coun y Supervisor of
^airfield, subjecr to the Democratic prinary.
JAS. II. AIKEN.
FOR CORONER.
I hereby announce myself a c.iudidate
or the office of Coroner for Fairfield
i.tv. and nledize myself to abide the
esult of the Democratic primar v.
J. MARTIN YOXGU::.
I hereby announce myself as a Candida <
:or re-electi'?) to the office of Coront-i ui
"airfield County, subject to the action o:'
he Democratic primaiy.
GEU.S. HIXXANT.
GEMS at
ARS do not clog; break, catch
and adjustment. They always
F needs more attention. It will
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ANNOUNCEMENTS.
COUNTY TREASURER.
I herebv announce myself for re election
to the office of County Treasurer of Fa r eld
County, and will abide tbe result cf
tbe Democratic primaries.
HUGHS. WTLIE.
nOTTVTY AJTDITOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Auditor, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
ROBT. B. JEFFABES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
. for re-election to the office of County Auditor,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary.. J. L. RICHMOND.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Anditor for Fairfield County, subject
to the rules governing the Democratic primary.
GEORGE W. MOORE.
Thefrieudsof Capt. W. J. Clowket
respectfully announce him a candidate for
County Auditor, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary. .
SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of County
Superintendent of Education, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary. .
B. L. STEVTEtfSON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Superintendent of Education
for Fairfield County, subjecl to the
Democratic primaries.
W. L. ROSBOROUGH, JR.
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