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NEWS AND HERALD.
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PUBLlUBBt) KVt&Y WBDMBtSD^
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The News and Herald Co.
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Wedues lay, August 15 - - 11)00
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BRYAN'S SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE
Mr. Bryan's speech made in accepting
the nomiuitiou of the Democratic j
party is the be-t, we think, tbat he
ha? ma 1?\ It i< clear, vigorous, eloqsent.
He is bold, honest, comprehensive.
Nj mistake can be made as
to his position. One feature of the aidress
is tbat it is not partisan, bat it
is a call to all lib;rtv-l<?vis?g Americans
to come to the rescue ot the Re
public, if tbey would save it ana preserve
our institutions, if they woald
avoid the dangers of an empire and
militarism. Mr. Bryau follows the
platform by dealing almost exclusively
with tbe issue of imperialism, thus
recognizing it as jibe chief issue in the
campaign.
His quotati< us from the great fetatesmen
of tie country, irrespective of
party, are peculiarly h*ppy. "In
1859 Lincoln said that the Republics
party believed in the man and the
dollar, bat that io case of conflict it
believed in tbe man befoie the dollar."
"To-day Sepablican legislation tends
to make money tbe master aud man
the servant." "Lincoln said that tbe I
safety of this natio-i was not in its
fleets, Its armies or its forts,, but iu the
spirit which pr'z>s liberty the heritage
ef all men, in all lands, everywhere;
and he warned his countrymen that
they could. not destroy this spirit
without planting the seed* of depotism
at tbeir o*n door?." Mr. Bryaa
pointfd out that if ibis nation entered
apou a careen of empire, it must encounter
the dangers mentioned by
Lincoln.
As to oar treatment of the Filipiuo?,
he qaotes Franklin as saying: "Jus
tice is as strictly dae between neighbor
nations a? between neighbor citizju?.
A high raytnan U an much a
robber wheu he plunders in a gang as
when singly; and the nation that
makes an unjust way is only a great
gang/'
Mr. Bryan's speech can not be summarized.
it must be taken in Ihe
whole to be thoroughly understood.
It will famish a strong position (or
the Democrats, and the Republicans
can nut brush it aside.
OUR OXIiY CANDIDATE.
Iq the candidates for Stale officers
The News and Hebald is especially
interested in only one, Mr. R. H. Jennings
of tbi* county, and it i3 gratifying
to bear that be is making votes al!
over tbe State. We have felt confident
from the beginning tbat if the people
of the State could ,know Mr. Jennings
that be would gain their support.
Mr. Jennings is fully competent to
fill the offic* of SUte Treasurer. He
is a mac of unimpeachab!c character
faithful to every trust tbat his been
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Itnposeu upuu Ulili, ue IS uuuiicuu: auu
effbient. He is an old Confederate
soldier having lost his left arsn in the
service of the State, and has a large
family dependent apon hira, and
while tbe?e considerations alone
would not entitle him to the office, yet,
equal in ability to his opponent in
other ref-pects, tbey oaght to be considered
by the doubtful vote'. Fairfield
has not been favored with a
plaseon the State ticket in many years,
while Edgefield has had more than her
share. We think th*l it is about
time to select candidates oatside of
Edgefield. All the men competent to
fill nnhlin not 1?VA in
. *- field
The sentiment is practically ut.anlmons
in the United States that our
ciliz305 should be pro'ected wherever
they go. asd the administration should
do all in its power without regard to
the expenditure of money to rescue
and save citizens of ihe United States
in China. It will be a grea- comfort
to a citizen of tha United Slates to
know that wherever he may go that
he will be protected by his government
so long as he behaves himself,
and that hie government is able and
will see that he enjoys his rights in
any foreign land. This is the boast of
the subjects of Great Britain, and it is
a fact that her citi?ens are not often
molested in foreig i countries. The
people of the United Stites may differ
as to the wisdom of acqniriog territory
iu foreign lands, bat as to the importance
of gnaranteeing and enforcing
protection to every citizen of this
country in foreign countries there is
noainerence or opiniou.
ic';- C. .
Soxe time ago, we said that we admired
the way Towr.e, the nominee of
the People's party for Vice-Presiden%
was conducting himself. His declining
the nomination and the way he
does it increase oar admiration, No
one can fdoabt that Towne sincerely
desires the saccess of the Democratic
ticket. He admits tbat bis candidacy
won!d not be seriously considered,
and that he would be compelled to
advocate the election of Bryan a? d
Stevenson, both of whom he pass a
very high tribute.
Muck of the impracticable theories
of the Popnlist party had to come to
naught, and lit is now seen i hat tliey
are being abandoned. Th<; Dcino
i:~ _?i.. ?;n *? ? T.
uraui; isa*i*r win wc uc xamc?. xu xo
the party to which the ?i?v r JiepaN
licans and the Popnlists uin-; in the
end go.
Towne states that be expects to
kv work fdQring the nasionai campaign,
and -we expect his work to bring in
thousands of votes for the Democratic
ticket.
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THE CANDIDATES AT AVINNSUOItO. \
A Good Attendance at the f'otinty Seat
The candidates were w miis'ioro
on ;Tbnrsday, and a lar^e miraber of
people came in .from the counly, possibly
two hundred. Arrangements
had been made to serve a barbecue I j
dinner in the ourt hon<e \ard, and
early Thursday morning Mes-r-.
Broom and tfuescnei naa meir poi? 011
hash o'i the fire in the rear of the |
court hoare.
Tne candidates for supervisor ?vt*re j
first introduced aud were followed by j
the candidates for^atiditor. :
MR. G. W. MOORE
said that he would take thi* < cctsion
to thank the people of Wiruisboro tor
tb'i very complimentary vote given
him t<vo yeirs a?<>, aud the large vote
received by bim then, when ihe election
depet dfd on three votes, had encouraged
him to make the race this
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MR R. R JEFFARES. !
He thought that the young ae?? of the j
county should have a chance Monopoly
ot office is in conflvt with
Democratic principles.
J. L. RICHMOND
thanked the people for h :viug honored
him in the past, and added that the
28tb of August, the day of the primary,
would be his oSth birthday, and that
he would appreciate the nomination
for county auditor as the most valuable
birthday present ever received by
him.
CAPT. W. J CLOWNEY"
wa< in town, but the chairman, Mr.
I. if iieicnia, anuuunceu mai
Clownev was too unwell to ?peak.
The '.next were for superintendent
of education.
W. L. ROSBOROUGH, JR.
Education is more important than
either good roads or good liquo--. lie
Doted ih8l improvement had teen in
school houses and the management of
schools in gener .J, and attributed it to
greater educational interest on the
part of the people. He had been a
school teacher six or seven yea c.
MR D L. STEVENSON
Only complaint made against him
was that be had created a surplus.
This surplus had enabled him to rim
the school longer, for it supplied ca9h
at a time when taxes conld uot be collected.
lie advocated the use of
histories by southern authors in the
public schools.
Candidates for Stale senat ?r were
nex? called.
IfR. T. W TKAYLOR
favored the dispeusary, bn' thought
that each community ought to have
the riybt t?> local option. Considerable
noise and ci>ufa?ton exUte I during
Mr Trftvlrtr'ij Pnf?r?ch and during Mr.
Rigs.lnh:,!j remarks so ihit it was
hard to hear all that ?a3 >aid. Mr.
Tra> lor adv >cated biennial sessions of
tbe legislature, and emphasized the
great amount (bat would be saved to
the State.
d W. RAG;DA.LE
Tbe national Democratic platform
had made tbe trusts a special issue.
Stati legislatures won^d be called
upon to deal with these illegal combi
na'ions. A bill bad been introduced
io !be General Assembly but fiile i to
pass. He noted how hard it was to
overcome the influence of tbese trusts.
Thsy had shrewd agents as lobbyists,
who influenced legislation, not by
corruption, bnt by deception.
The first speaker for the house of
representatives wa?
MR. W. J J JFINSON,
who said that the S. .te guverum -ut
bad become bur<tci;-oio *. ?t*i extravagant.
He f<tv ?r d tbe m-tunr ctare of
fertilizers by the Sta'e penitentiary, if
it became advisabe to sell th- S ate
farms. He was a meaner of :he
committee on waj 8 and means, and
had kept a close watch oo how the ap
propriation* went.
MB. J SO.. G. MOBLBY
hoped that the people were j^lra ed
with his record in the (I -?eia! Assembly.
He favored bienni ' > sei>-n$
of the legislature uud favoi u .lis
pensary w en properly conduc ed
Mr. Moaley referred eloqaentlv to the
record f the State, and hoped that it
would be sustained. He favored the
free school?, and sa'ui that there was
no better way to build up the interest
ot the State thau by thoroaghly educating
the people. Said th?t there
were many reform* necessary to
lighten the burdens of the toiling tarpayers
MS. E B. RAGSDALE
would favor prohibitijn if it could be
enforced, bnt he thought the dispen
txxi \ wcucr unutT CAi&urg UUL'UIUUU.^.
He favored popular education and advoc^ted
higher liquor so that more
money could be realized for educational
purposes, and at the same time
probably diminish the amount of
liquor consumed, fie thought tbe
liquor question would not be settled
by the legislature without a vote of
the people.
DR T. B. M'KINSTRY
reft-rred to his record several years
ago when be favorrd female edacat?nn
J?o rttfo^roil /"> fKn il!anotioopo
as oue of iha biggest trusts.
MR J. ii. WOLLIXG
thongbt that perhaps the best way to
avoid liquor was to teach temperance
at home, lie favored the dispensary
bat would abide the will of the people
on the subject. He favored more libera!
pensions t<> the Confederate sol.
dier.
\re> T X> lfAt>DTOA\T
created quite an excitement by his
attack ou the dispensary. He refened
to its having been "infernally managed
iu this county" and that it had
fought bim two years ago. fie read a
letter by the county board and the dis
penser written him two rears t?go
staling, in substance, that as he desirt d
to clean oof I he concern he could have
the position of bottle washer. He
asked if the good people of tLis county
liked to have their aff irs managed
oy peopie woo wou.u wriie sunn letters
HeaUoiead Ggures, which he I
stated were official, showing that the j
breakage at the Winnsboro di*peB^ary
amounted to $1,429, white tor the
same length of time at Lancaster,
where about the same quamify of
liquor was* su)d, the breakage wa3
about oue-balf, viz , $746.
The candidate* f >r sheriff and clerk
of court entertained tho audience in
the afternooo. As there were about
f >rfy ppercbes daring the day, it is impossib'e
to gtve more tLan a verv imperfi
ct synopsis of them.
HjSnog siB.'.vjv babh no.i pui)j am
'VlUOJiSVO
MYRTLE ITEMS.
With a f-ig-i of relief the farmer,
afier enconnteiing the many changes
and difficn!(ie? involved in farm life,
"sucks his arms" for a short period
of recuperation. This to we farmers,
would be undeecribablv enj >yable
Wiire it not for the intensely warm
weather hsre. Mo$>t all farmers of
this .section have ha-1 a sufficient sup
ply of rain till 1st of August. Since
then everything has been withering
considerably, 'though most all crop3
still have a good color. Cotton has
?Viiv% cn ni?" en.-ne of its fruit, esoeciallv
ou light lands. Early upland corn is
very good, having-, where properly
woiked, a very fiue stalk.
The fruit crop, though una!!, is of
very fine quality and very plenteons.
The young folks of this section, especially
the young mer, the ploughboys,
deciding to break the monotony
ot farm life, (sorry to say there is evidence
of insipidness 10 some of such
life) enjoyed hugely at Mr. Allen's
springs, "The Oiks," a mooolight
picnic on the night of the 8th inst.
Quite a lar<;e crovrd of yonug folks
from Ridge way were iu attendance.
The iii?ht though intensely hot, was
fair ana silverv with the brightness of
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"f*ir Luna." As he shot forth bis I
silvery rays from nis celestral circle
each one seemed to take back a message
from the happy assemb'age something
similar to this: "Life is given
as to enjoy with oar portion of transient
p'ea?nre?," pacing away in the
hope that <4m >0113 liKe these should
shine again.'' v
Messrs. E H Ileiir, M. L Cooper
and E. A. Davis with Misses Carrie
Reins and Bi*lleD:vis, two fair r p?!*??? .
r\ f ? Ka 11 tun,)t>lAfO y\f 1K0
IC9CUiailvc^ VI IWC ?musu?vio " ?4V
confederacy," attended the Greenwood
reunion and; rep >rt having a
fine lime indeed.
We are glad to note the improvement
of Mr. G. L. Hoilis, who has
been differing grew 1 v with his -eve;
bat had it taken ons; several days ago
and has sine1 improved ver\ rapidly.
Mr. Charlie Cooper aud 1 Me
brother, Willie, or* Colombia, spent
last week at Myrtle.
Mr. H. Davis Cooper, of Columbia,
has been ppeuflin?i' soineiiuH at the
home of his j arenls
Rev. Ellison Jones spent feveral
days at Myrtle this weefc.
Miss Lillie Robinson, of Ridgeway,
is visiting h^r sisler, Mr9. H. W.
Hoi lis.
Mrs. O. C. Duk? is visiting relativein
Liotisrrown.
Misses Effit* and La'a Copper, of
Ridgewiv, have returned home after
visiting' th ir cnnsin, Miss Iola
Cooper, at Eisiview.
Mr. M. L. Cooper is visiting relatives
in Ellabelle. Ga,
Angn?t ll'b, 1900 Dixie.
The wolf in t-ie f *b!e puts on sheep's
clothing bec?use if he traveled on hi*
own rcpatatiou he couldn't accomplish
bis purpose Counterfeiters of DeWitt's
Witch Huzel Salve couldn't sell
their vvorthle-s salves on their merit*,
so they put them in boxes and wrappers
lik<> DeWitt'p. Look out for
them. Take only DeWitt'st Witch
Haz-l Sake. It cures piles a::d a'l
skin disea-es. McMaster Co.
THE MEETING AT FEASTERYILLE.
I had the pleasure of attenriiug the
county campaign m eting ?t F?*a*'erville
on the 7 th iust., which wa? lirgely
attended by both ls.dii.*s and their
lords and their children. The speakers
did not engage the attention of the
crowd totally, for !hero was a goodly
portion of \ouug people engaged in
dancing in the Fema'e Academy building.
Nevertheless we hid speaking.
men iu earnest tor voti s. mere was
a plentiful picnic lor a'i, and iced
lemonade was on har??J, and ihfi spring
f g"?xl water and ihe immense shade
ot the lovely Oiks made it a most defirab
e place for man and beast to r.jrt.
Mr. Moses Mob!ev complimented the
pretty gir!p. Mr J. G. Mob ev made
a good speech also.
Proverus 20.1 Wine is a mocker.
Strong drink is raging *nd whosoever
is deceived thereby i* not wise.
Proverbs 23 29. Who hath woe?
Who hath sorrow? Wno hath cmt-ntiont?
Who bath babbling? Who
hatb wounds without cause? Who
hith r. dness of eyes?
They that tarry long at th? wine,
they that go to seek tnixd wine
Look though not upon the wine
whe i it is red, when itgiveth hi- color
in the cnp, when it mcveth itsnif
atight.
At the last it biteth like a serpent
and stingetn 1 ke an adder.
One of the speakers (Mr. Morrison,
1 tbiok.) said none of the Sciiptare
wns agaiuit the liqmr traffic or it's
u<e, and I write this t?show that he
was mistaken.
The meeting was opened with prayer
by Mr. John G. Wcllinsr. Then fol
lowed speeches by Messr?. liag-dale
and Traylor, candidates for the Sinate.
Then Mr. E. B. Ilagsdale, who in his
speech said ihe Legislature can de
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MI U^l> JL lie " J i>a~ 014 UiV
both stated what ihe mmbeisof the
Legits'are hid toontend with, viz.,
the Loose, ihe senate an 1 the lobby
I thit.k onr United S:a;es Senator
might be a3 onr editor of the Fiirti-ild
News axd Hkrald thinks, r., let
Mr. Ti!.ina<i be hind"* off in onr iin!e
State faraiy affairs ami attend to
natiot.al &ffa>r.?, for l)i >an, Sitveuson,
expansion and the Chinese qaesui ?r.
On or two of the speakers touched
on?Mr McKinsrry wa? one?the exceeding
sm>ilii.e's of the Confe<leraie
soldier's war peusion ?tbc stnill sum
of $12 00? and he knew o! one ?W the
soldiers having to sfo to ihppo ?r hon e
ior pappt>rr and din] and w*s buried
there. I^n'i t! J a -harne lor this
proud old S bt , e.-ulu in oil;- war for
the righr, to treat an. ol hor neroes in
his manner? Contiast. thai wi'h the
area? p!eutiful5)es9 of iiqu ?rami m ?nev
that some of the men Lave who nevtr
fired a gun in our Onfe-lerate war.
There Is something wrong. 1' is trnly
bad for a State able to do bolter, like
South Carolina, to treat her brave soldiers,
who have fought, bled and died
to give her the standing she has uow.
August 11, 1900. J. C. Feaster.
You assume no risk when you boy
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrtcei Remedy. McMaster Co.
will refold yonr monev if von are nof
eati ficd after using it It i- everywhere
admitted to be the mo>i cessfnl
remedv iu use for bowel complaints
and the only one thai never fail*. I*
Is pleasant, safe and reliable.
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! slmilatinguicroocJaridRegj!:-!- ?;5*'
ling the Stoaadis andBov;ei?. c.* j j.Xi,
: IS
| Promotes Digestion,Cheerful- j j *?j
' ? ? ? O/vc!- TAafainc npilTirr* 11'.**."*
IllCSlj dlHi nt^l.VVUUiinw f l.tfr;
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral. IJg
Not Narcotic.
?eafie of Old nrSM'fiZLEZTCHER
Pum/Jan S?JAlx.Scnna
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PcxAdh Sails - I
Aru'st Sad * I K
Peppermint - >
&iCart><*iaJt3&Za* I tm
fiorm Seed Clarifud
Sugar .
?tth&yrcc-n- ft aver. J
Aperfcct Remedy forConstipa- jl j
tion.SourStomach.Diarrhoea. J|j
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- Jp
nessandLoss of Sleep. |j|
?imilo ^idn," !i:ro cf jifjjjj
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NEW 'YCRK. I fj
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. ?
Ijjaggh iW
WINTHKOP NOTES.
When the big bells ring more tl.au
300 hungry students and more than
a half dozen wife professors ma? te
seen entering ?he lar^e dining room
with a lazv, hungry look, which hespeaks
a h< arty repast.
In the dining room the tasks are
all arranged in rooms with room for
but ten at a (able; round these tables
the noisy teachers take their stands in
groups like family Now with a
get.tie tap ot a small heft, silence is
restored, the blessing is asked, and the
waiting as?emblage is quickly seated.
4 ' ! . J I C ??? AAn 1/1 !.%? AAA
Aiiu, mueeu, 11 yuu wuiu jiasj- ?uc j
them a3 they swallow down in great
rapidity all kit ds of thing'?(Lings
too numerous Kir me to mention?yon
might think them pteparing to meet a
near approaching train. Twenty
minutes are thus spent in this turmoil,
wit the sound of rattling dishes and
thv bn-tling nofee of rushiog waiters,
tog-. thrT with the clatter of hundreds
of t alf-soti tiding voices, all mixed up
into one gentli hum. Haviujr apneas
d their fluoeiites. one bv one. or
I _____ rr t
two b\ two, the teachers Ichvc the
tables in a quick ar.d lively s ep. The
dii.in? rocm now has a quiet look;
bat in h ftw minutes the waiters -?e?in
to cullfcr the d'Khe? which make a
loud tattling noi-e.. ?
! he teacht rs w< re di-voti d and-cnthu-iastic,
and the State snrnmer
pchoolofl900 will mean much to the
schools of South Carolina. The teacheis
pro forth to their fields <>f labor
*iih icw idea?, with highe: i*>al8,
wi:h rejiewid and q-iickened cnerg
ies. ;
The accommodations were ample
and were thus de .ibed by one of the
teachers from Boston: "Tbe college
buildings give ample accommodations
for the clas3cs; the dormitories famish
excellent rooms for etadents acd
teachers; the dining room proiides
ample f.>od for a!', and the attractions
on every nana mr.Ke nie worm uviu^. Tiier,
looj the kind und friendly
fellowship of the teachers was vefy
noticeable snd formed one of the
plcisant features of the mon:h at
Winthrop. All tne teachers wore
their best clothes and were on tbeir
best behaviour. The examinations
will be held on- tne 13 n ana i4tn 01
An^ust; ihe teachers will leave for
iheir respecive homes in<l thn- will
end (he State summer school of nineteen
buodred. M. Vf. Pcnrifoy.
Aogasi 9, 1900.
The On? Day Cold Cure.
Kermott's Chocolates laxative Quinine for
cold in the heau and sore throat. Children take
them lilie candy.
Mr*. Van Telourjj Ilofinao, of
Suinter, and Mrs J. II. Curie", of
\itz u? vfd IT
TV 'IIKJ&UWt'i ifcl C VlMUHg ??. -U1J*. 14. U.
Rqsjell's. ? Newberry Voice of the
People.
Wf for Worn ;nX .
\ V Are you nervous? w
vr Ay> t*rt? (??m?%t*l?ftF Avt.o44f^/i(4^ Vj
rDo you suffer every mouth? tj
If you answer "yes" to any of f'
these questions, you Live ills which m
Wine of Cardai cures. Do you
appreciate what perfect health would ?j
S be to you? After tala-ij "Wine of ?
' Cavdui, thousands like you have real- y
| izzd It. Nervous strain, loss of sletp, a
| cold or indigent ion siarts menstrual |
disorders that are not aoticcab'i at H
g iir-i, cui ar.y Dy aiy sieaa iy grow H
8 into troubLiome complications. "Wine cj
cf C~ ' .i. used just before tha men- 8
t J, wiii the Umalc d
system in perfect condition. This jj
medicine is taken quietly at home, j]
There is nothing like a to help fi
women enjoy good health. It costs |j
only $1 to test this remedy, which is gj
endorsed by 1,000,000 cured women. 8
,Hrs. Lena T. Kruburg, tiit St Loui>, ?
111., says: "1 am physically a new |
woman, Dy reason or .;iy u:e or wine ot gj
I Cardui ana Thedford's black Draught-" *
In t.-. ws . cqoiriaK special directions. ad- g
I drfesa.glvlDgyyiaptoms.' fne i-adlas'.Advi.- g
I cry l>epartiner.t." 'I he CUnltaaooiM Uudi- jj
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TMC CINTA'JH COMPANY, NCW VOnK CITY.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR SOLICITOR-SIXTH CIRCUIT.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for "Solicitor of th'e Sixth Judicial
Circuit, subject to the result of the Democrati^
primary. THOS. F. McDOW.
We propose the name of Hon. J. K.
Henry to the Democratic voters of Fairfield
County for re-election to the office of
Solicitor of tbis ci.cuit, because cf the
very satisfactory manner in which he has
discharged the duties of the office for the
past several years. VOTERS.
l nereDy announce myseu a uauumaie
for Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial Circuit,
sublect to the rules governing the Democratic
primary. W, C HOUGH.
SENATOR.
G. W. Ragsdale 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. Platform: Less
elections, !? > le^isiauuii, icss uwgatiium,
and less taxation.
T. W. TRAY LOR.
RErRE SENT ATI VES.
I hereby announce myseif a candidate
for the House of Representatives from
Fairfield County, subject to ilic Democ:atic
primar-'.
JOHN G. WOLLING.
I announce myself a candidate for the
House of Representatives, subject to the
action of the Democratic primary..
E. B. RAGSDALE.
The friends of John G. Mobley nominate
him for re-election to the House of
Representatives, subject to the action of
iuc xsouiuuiatu; pnuiai v,
Blvthewood Democratic Club nominates
W. J. Johnson for the House cf Representatives,
subject to the primary election.
W. J. IIAGOOD, Secretary.
I announce myself a candidate for the
House of Ii?prpsentative\ Dispensary,
State and ?_ u.ry. renovated and fumigated
is my platform. Will abide by the
result of tne primary.
J B. MORRISON.
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives, subject
to the action of the Democratic primary.
T. B. McKIKSTRY.
FOR CLERK.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Clerk of Court, subject t1 the
action of the Democratic primaries.
JSK). R. CRAIG.
I hereby aunoui.ce myself a<andidate
for the office of Clerk of Court for Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
r> IT T>T> A V
IV. V . X
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for Clerk of Court for Fairfield County,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary. JAS. A. BRICE.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office, of Clerk of Court for Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JOHN W. LYLE3.
I lieret>y announce myself a candidate
for the office of Cleik of Court, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
JNO. J. N EIL.
FOR M1EIUFI1
hi reby annou?co candidate
f.-r the office i f Sa< nil for Fn:rfield
t'cun-y, a::d will ubido by ihc
action of ti-e Democratic prim-ries.
JAS. W. BOLl K.
Pledging myself to abide the result of
t'e ensuing primary e'eetion, I announce
myself a candidate for i.o nination to the
office of Sheriff of Fairfiel-l Cou'ity. The
cordial support of rny fellow-citizens is respectfully
solicited,
GEO. W. CRAWFORD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Sheriff of Fairfield County, subject to
th-? nclion of the Demo 'ratic primaries
J. W CLARK
"I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Sheriff, subject to the action of the
Democratic primary.
J. McfUNNEY ELLIOTT.
1 h- rebv announce myself a candidate
for the office of Sheriff of Fairfield County,
subj ct to the action of the Deu o^ratic
primaries. B. G. TEN'XANT.
I liereV j announce myself for Sheriff of
Faiifi *1 i * o:mty, and will abi.te the result
of tin.- Dem.K-.-u'iC ,.rimari s.
i). e. McDowell
I hereby ainounc^ myself a candidate
fnr re-election to the office of Sheriff ot
Fail field County, subject to the action ot
the Democratic primary.
1L E. ELLISON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Sheriff of FairfM t County, subject to
the Democratic primary election.
it \fnnr rv
iUVOD 1-1. UA VUiJlj A .
1 hereby announce myself a candidal?,
for Sheriff if Fairfield County, s.u'Ject to
to the rule and regulations of the L>en ocratie
primary.
JOHNB STEVENSON.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
I herein announce mvself a candidate
for County Auditor, subject to the action
of the Democratic primaries.
ROBT. R. JEFF A RES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for re-e'ection to the office of County Au- /
ditor, subject to the action of the L?emot
t pir-uxrnvn
I hereby announce roysd f a cai.didaie
for Auditor for Faitfielu County, subject
to the rule governing the Democratic primary.
GEORGE W, MOORE.
TUfiieudsof Capt. \V. J. Clowney
respectful'y am ounce him a candidate for
County Auditor, subject to the action of
th? Temocratie primary.
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The exhilarating quality, restfi
COLUMBIA COASTER BRAIi
Se;
COLUMBIA BICY<
Jordan & lj
ANNOUNCEMENTS !
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate i
for the office of County Supervisor fori
Fairfield County, subject to the action of I
the Democratic primaries.
A. D. HOOD. !
I hereby announce myself a candidate ,
for the office of Supervisor of Fairfield i
County, subject to the action of the Dem 1
ocratic primaries.
liOIJT. CiiUWNEY.
1 hereby announce myself a candidate
fir tie office of Supervisor of Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the Democratic
primaries. J. B. BUKLEY.
. I hereby announce myself a candidate
tn fha {j/?.
1U1 V^UUUl) kjupcivioui, ?UVJV.VW w -MW ?w
tion of the Democratic primaries.
JOHN A. STEWART.
I hereby announce myself a candid .te
for the office of County Supervisor of Fairfield..
subject to the rules and regulations
of the Democratic primary.
' D. H. ROBERTSON.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Coun:y Supervisor of
Fairfield, subject to the Democratic primary.
JAS. H. AIKEN.
FOR CORONER.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Coroner for Fairfield
County, and pledge myself to abide the
result of the Democra* ic primary.
J. MARTIN YONGUE.
I hereby announce myself as a candidate
for re-election to the office of Coroner of
Fairfield County, subject to the action of
the Democratic primary.
GEO. S. KINNANT.
COUNTf TREASURER.
I hereby announce myself for re election
to the office of County Treasurer of Fa rortsi
oKi/la flm rocnlt. f
uc;iu. WUilbJi a>UU TT Hi MW1UV fcVMWV *
the Democratic primaries.
HUGHS WYLIE.
SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
I hereby announce myself a ca didate
for re-election io the office of County
Superintendent of Education, subject to
the action o' the Democratic primary.
D. L STEVENSON'.
T liAri?hv annnn - f. * mvself a candidate
for the office of Superintendent of Education
for Fairfield County, subjecl to the
Democratic primaries.
W. L. ROSBOROUGn, JR.
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J. H. DERBYSHIRE.
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