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NEWS AND HERALD.
PUHLlHtStitJ EVEiiY W&DJX8$D.->*
? BY?
|Tiie News and Herald Co.
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Wetluss lay, September *> iUOO
A FEW ELECTION' FIGURES.
The number of votes ci*t in tins
count , ns tonii'l bv the official returns,
i* 1479, ami of the tctal vote
Senator Tillnun rec *iv;d 1,008, so ihit
belOit 411 vre? or a*>>iH 27.78 par
ceat of 1 he total vo*?".
Job??oi aiid Wilson ran very close
in Fairfield. Wil-on carried the
county by 18 votea. The vo?e io the
whole district is as follows:
Wilton. Johnson.
Fairfield, 726 7C8
Greenville, 1,875 3,436
Laurens, 823 1,953
Richland, 1,338 1251
Spartanbnrg, :2,777 3,412
Union, 1.198 725
Total, 8,737 11.485
Johnson is, therefore, nomi:?Hted by
7248 majority.
In the Solicitor's race Mr. Henry
is nominated bv a majority of 138
Henry'* total vote appears to t>e 5,466,
Hough's 2,566 ami McDow's 2.762
The total vote of the county came
nearer being cast tor lieutenant-governor
than any other office. The total
vote for that office was 1,474, lacking
only 5 votes of the total in the county.
mm? - ?
ME. F. H, McMASTKR NOMINATED.
We are very much gratified to see
by the returns for Charleston county
that Mr. Fitz H. McVIafter has been
nominated f?<r the House of tfepreseutative?.
He is a son of our townsman,
Mr. George U. McMaster, and
his friends io his old home will watch
wzuj iuiere*i u45 uiicci m
tare. We feel sate that C&arleston's
interest will be safe io his hands, and
that be will make a useful member of
the General Assembly.
The result of the primary in Fairfield
County should be known in
Winasbaro by 10 o'clock on the night
of tha 11th Sept. We understand that
the Sia*e Execative Committee sent
oat special instruction* to coanty
chairmeo to hive the returns sent by
messengers at once. In this coanty
alt tho hntM. pxeent Oakland.
Gladden'* Grore and Blythewood can
be obtained by telephone. We ongbt
to tret Blythewood by mail on the
evening of the election, bat it would
be an easy setter for the returns to
be seut to Uidgeway an-1 telephon d
from there to Winnsboro.
The News and Courier 13 mistaken
in reporting that Senator Tillman received
only 19 scratches in Fairfield.
He lost 411 votes by scratching or in
some way. The total rote in the
coanty was 1,479,and be received 1,008.
It i-? a small matter, bat the record
ooght to bs kept straight.
We can say for Mr. Jennings and
Dr. Timmerman that they conducted
their campaign on a higher plane than
any of the other candidate?. The
usual campaign vocabulary was not
used by either Dr. Titnmerman or Mr.
^ Jennings.
The State candidates in the second
primary are: J. A. Hoyt acd M. B.
MeSweeney for Governor, J. H.
3 T m T
Hi i nun aim u. i> owm iui ^ituu
Governor, W. D. Evans and J. H.
Wharton for Railroad Commissioner.
Take your choice.
The census shows that the wes ern
cities have not increased iu the same
proportion daring the past ten years
as the eastern - cities. This wocld
seem to show that the tide flowing
west has been checked.!
War in the Phillipines for twenty
years should not surprise anyone, and
at tho pre3eut progre-s it ttay last that
long unless Bryan is elrc'ed and puts
an end to imperialism.
WEIT? OAK AFFAIRS
We are still dry in this section. We
have not had a season in 3?e we;kp.
The terrible hot sau audi scorching
winds have parched np all crop3; evtn
icany of the oak trees l>ok as if it
was October. The cotton crop will be
as short as it was last 5 ear, and the
corn will be equally so; Tbe cotton
is opening very fast; many bolls nnmamred
are cracking open. The
gardens have all parched up. Sweet
potatoes and peas will also be a
failure unless it rains verj soon.
There is some sickness in the community
at this time. Mr. Jno. W.
Baokhend has chills and fever and
Matthew Patrick has fever, bnt no
serious cases yet.
The Rev. R. Lee Robinson preached
a very fine sermon in the A. J?. P.
fchorcD sanaay morning.
Mr?. J. A. Smith ana children, from
Wrena, Ga., are here visiting her
father's family.
jlr. Clarence Mobley, oar agent at
this place, and sister have begun
housekeeping and will keep boarders.
We are glad .to have them among us
Mi83 Minnie Smith, of Irmo, is
spending some time with her sister,
Mrs. R. H. Gozi. Miss Minnie is a
welcome visitor in our town.
Mrs. T, W. Traylor and Miss Dazie
Ford are visiting in Feaslerviile tbis
week,
-Miss Lizzie Tenuant, of W.uiisborj,
is thegaest of Miss Alice Mitchell.
Mr. and Mrs. T. IT. Patrick are
Wsitinf relatives ia Yoifc c n if. j
Oaro]<2 frieDd, Mr. Sam.;;! Blair,
of York county, has returned L>ine
after a stay of soim time among relatives
here.
Sheriff Cornrveil auJ Mr. J. A.
Gibson have caugat several red foxes
tbis week,
Mr? W? E. Headrix lost another
. i-' " /
horse this wee<. It by seme means
got iis leg broken near the t-Iualder
aud (tied i'l a few hour .
The While O-ik school vw i.i begin its
seesivn in a few days. Mr. Henry, of
Alabama, will hive charge this \ ear.
S~p\ 3, 1900. Sentinal.
Working Night and Day
The busiest and mightiest little thing
that ever was made is Dr. King's New
L;fe Piils Every pill is a sagar-c >ated
globule of health, that changes
weakness iuto strength, list!e??sr:efs
into energy, brainfag into mental
power, meyre wonueruu m oui.uir.g
up the healih. 0:?!y 25: per box.
Sold bv McMaster < drug-iristn.
BRYANT AND LOXGTOWS.
We hare hid several raiii* lately
that h*ve refresh'<1 ih* cro;>* 8'Jtnewba?,
especially yon^g c?ru, peas,
etn. The rains came t m la e, 1< ->wi
_ . .
ever, to De.iefittti? c??ton crop very
much, of course it will stop tie opening
of anuiatared b ?li?, making them
grow larger, and thereby benefit ns
soaie. The cotton crop, I bough, is
very poor, generally speaking; the extremely
hot weather and dearth of
rain during the past month have
proven very iujarions to it. We hope
and trust, however, that the advance
in price will be sufficient to compensate
ns for the loss in yield if no more.
Coiton is opening very fast now.
There was a sociable at Mr. R. C.
Ref-re?' on Friday evening. 28th n't.
Qiite a crowd was present, and a
very pleasant evening spent. Excellent
music on tin piano was rendered
by M s>i Anna Wilds, of Columbia
Miss Aiice Walker, of Winnsboro,
and Miss Annie Reeves.
MUs Alice Walker, of Wiunsboro, is
visit'.ug Miss Sallie Lee Harrison.
Miss M*y Seabrook, of Columbia, is
visiiinff Ki iir. G. J. Wilds.
Miss Anna Wills, of Columbia, is
visiting relatives in Longtown.
Miss Lidie Dixon, of Rossville, is
visiting relatives in Longto?vr.
Messrs. E l. and Howard Dixon, of
Rossviiie, are visiting relatives here.
Mr?. W. 3. Jackson, of Wiunsboro.
is speudiug some time amotn? relatives
and friends in this section.
Mr. D-ivid Dixon, of Giadden's
Grove, is visaing relatives in Long
town.
Mrs. T. C. Wvlie, of Columbia, is
visiting relatives and friends here.
Messrs. Nicholas and R. V. Bras*, of
Flint Hill, attended the sociable at
M-. Reeves'.
Mr. R>bt. Ualford, of Backlick,
attended the sociable last night.
Mi-8 Kate Meliicbamp i& visitiDg
relatives in tbi-? section.
Sept. 1, 1900. E. H. D.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy a Great
t avorite
Ttie t-oothing and braling prop- rties
of this remedy, it* pleasant taste and
prompt and pernmient cures have
made it a great favotite with peoDle
everywhere. It is especially prized by
mothers of small children f??r colds,
croup and whooping cough, as it
always affords quick relief, and as it
contains no opium or other harmfnl
drag, it may be given a-! confidently
to a baby as to an adnl?._ For sale by
McMaster Co., drnggisrpr
MUTUALLY PROFITABLE
Greenville Newi.
Politics makes strange bedfellows,
indeed. Who would have thought a
few short \ears ago, when Gov "Tillman
was "raising hell on Chicco's
street" in hi* determination to enforce
prohibition upon Charleston, and when
a year or two ktir Gov Evans, at
Tiliman's evident it.ct? o i. f >rced the
tyraunical metropolitan police law
upon the city, th it Charl sron would
ever tjo for Tillman or tor anything
that Tillmau wanted?
Tillman got i:?'o power l?:ge!v by
abasing Charleston and its ' du 'e factory
" and other t hinge dear to the
mir.d of the i!weher? by the sea. How
he was ba;ed in that ci y is a matter of
eo recent date as needs not be further
recapitulated here.
But now Charleston an.l Tillman
are check by j>w!. The senator is
legging tor the naval station for the
city, aud the city is sabie \; it to the
senator's wishes, and v?.i for the
senator's dispensary and th- en.itor's
candidate by the overwhelming vote
of five to 01 e.
What a tran-foimation. And why?
A part 01 ms reasuu uas ajreauy ueeu
biuted in ihe effort to set the naval
station fro-n the iitt!e to^n of Port
Royal, with the best bar? or on the
Atlantic coast, and tr&ns^r it to
Charleston, where the melodious notes
of the stritsg band float npon the night
air and the bw&llow tail and the decollete
dre:S meet in the brilliant halls of
Terpsichore.
But there are other reason not bard
to fiod. Charleston has accepted the
dispensary in a spirit of perfect resignation?because
the dispensary does
not interfere with Charleston's love of
grog nor its love of the needful. So
that everything is lovely down on
Chicco's street. The blind tieer?no,
not Ihe blind tiger, but the tiger with
his eyes open?flourishes He gets
bis supplies, not from the railroads
an?i the boats, where a too watchfal
constable might possibly, though not
probably, poance down upon the
staff; bat he eets it from headquarters
?the Cnarleston dispensaries?bays it
by the quantity aDd sells it by the
drink.
Thae it goep. i tie tiger pjies lis
trade andis'.nrbed; the dispensary reports
big sales, which go to swell the
city's coffers; everybody gets his tod
in bis own preferred way?and
0' arleston and the big gin mill at Colombia
are working hand and glove?
the friend-? of one being the friends of
the other.
And the Charleston vote goes to
McSwceney over two thousand strong.
It is a case of
"Tickle cae, Johnny, tickle me, do;
You tickle me, and I'll tickle you."
SI00 Reward S100.
The readers of this paper will be
pleased to learn that there is at least
one dreaded disease that science has
been able to enre in all its stages, and
tha( is Catarrh. Hill's Catarrh Core
is the only positive cure known to the
medical fraternity. Catarrh being a
constitutional disease, requires a con
s:i:uiional treatment. Eall's Catarrh
Cure i* Jaken internally, aciicg di
rect'y upon the blood and raucous surfaces
of the system, thereby destroying
th?; foundation ot the disease, and
giving the patient strength by building
up the constitution and assisting
natnm in dolntr its wort. The Dro
pnetors have so roach faith in its curative
powers, that they oflsrOne Hundred
Dollars for any case that it fails
to cure. c?cnd for list of testimonial*.
Address, F. J. Cheney & Co , Toledo.
O.
GPSold by druggists, . 5j.
Hall's Family Pills are the besL
~
Tie dial Gran
1479 YOTES CAST.
G. YV. Kagsdale Nominated "or the Senate,
Wolllng, E. B. Ragsdale and Morrison
for the House, Ellison and Stevenson for
Sheriff iu the Second Primary, and so are
Stewart and Hood for Supervisor, and
Richmond and Moore for Auditor, and
Lylcs and Neil for Clerk?Rosboroagh
Nominated for County buperineendont
of Education--The Magistrate Vote.
The executive committee met in
Winnsboro on Thursday to tabulate
the result of the primary election.
Practically no changs is made io the
tabulated statement published in the
last issue ?>f The News and EIerild,
except thii Elliott's vote at Blythe*
wood kuouI i have been 7 instead of
15, and Morrison'* vote at Longtown
28 instead of 60 There are some
other changes, but they do not aflect
the result as already published.
The total vote in the county was
1479. The offieial count as declared
by the committee is as follows:
FOE U. S. SENATOR
B. R. Tillman, 1,068
FOR GOVERNOR.
M. B. McSweeney, 354
Jap. A. Hovt, 591
F. B. Gary, 388
A. H. Patterson, 100
G. Walt. Whitman, 4
FOR LIEUTENANT G>YERNOR
J no T. Sloan, 227
' C. L Bleuse, 123
C. L Winkler, 304
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XVUUA
J. H. Tillman, 634
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE.
M. R. Cooper, 1,419
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL.
Or. Duucan BelliDger, 1.315
FOR STATE TREASURER
W. H. Timmerman, 164
R. H. Jennings, 1,281
FOR COMPTROLLER GENERAL.
J. P. Derham, 1,009
N. W. Brooker, 408 (
FOR SUPT OF EDUCATION. |
J. J. McMahan, 1,057 I
Ellison Capers, Jr., 386
FOR ADJ. AND INSPECTOR GENERAL. '
J. W. FJoyd, 954 !
Geo. D. Rouse, 226
FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER. j
W. D. Evans, 831 *
J. H. Wharton, 256 I
B. B. Evans, 301 i
VV. D. Ma> field, 157 1
T "P! Pjttinrrour FiFt
Tb ?fc. N. Berry, 267 1
i J. G. Etherid^e, 53
FOR CONGRESSMAN-4TH DISTRICT.*
Jos. T. Johnson 708
Stanyasae Wilson, 726
FOR SOLICITOR? Gill JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Thos. F. McDiw, 364
J. K. Henry, 872
W. C. Hou*h, . 219
FOR STATS SENATOR
G. W. Ea^dale, 813
T. W. Traylor, 640
FOR HOUSE OF RErRESENTATIVF.S.
T n W/OHrwr fi77
E. B. Rigsdalo, ' 834 <
J. G. Mobley, 680 f
\V. J. Johnso-i, 770 I
J. B. Morrison, 797 1
T. B McKinstry, 383 3
FOR SHERIFF.
J. W. Bolick, 157 5
li W frawforti. J47 i
J. W. Clark, ' 59 '
J. M. Elliott, 245
B G. Teunant, 134
I) E. McDowell, . 74
R. E. Ellison, 257 j
M. H. Mobley, 101
Jno. Li. Stevenson, 27C f
FOR CLERK OF COURT. j
Jno. R.'Craig, 203 (
R. V. Bray, 120 I
J. A. Brice, 174 1
J. W. Lyles, 647
Jno. J. Neil, 309 ]
FOR SUPERVISOR.
a jr?rt/q 537 I
R. Y. Clowney, 208 .
J. B. Barley, 186
J A. Stewart, 315
I). H. Robertson, 59
J. [J. Aiken, 161
FOR CORONER.
.1. Martin Yongae, 578
G. S. Eiinnant, 867
vnr? mmctv- sjtpt nv F.nnfiATION.
D. L Stevenson, 650
W. L Rosbcrca^h, Jr., 802 (
FOR TREASURER. j
Ilu^h S. Wylie, 1,449 ]
FOR AUCITOR.
R. R. Jcflares, 289
J. L. Richmond, 493
G. W. Mooro, 459
VV. J. Clowney, 214 j
The magistrates' vute in the county (
6:h District-Hogau 32, Ileitis 47. j
The latter h ?oa.i:ia'ed.
13th District?Blair is i ominated,
having no opposmoii, aud r cei"c-d 55 1
vote?.
10th District?Rober soti is norni- t
nated, having received 28 vo rs against 1
Sr.rQO-ors' 21. |
DO" 6tb
District?Lct:;H3ter wiih 109
votes against Bolick's 40 received the f
nomination. t
4h District?Flollis got 23 votei?,
ami is nominated over Castles, who
received one votr.
5 h Dislrict?McC"rraicb barely ;
beats Mashes >n, the vote b^ing 24 to >
r C iu..
zo in lavur ui ui^
8 h District ?Woolen and Broom
will run over in the second primary. ,
14th District?T. M. Ca'heart is
notninaJpd without opposiiion.
2nd D strict?DuagUs<j defeats Mob- I
ley. Vote 62 to 50
1st District?Dye and Keller rnn
over. 3
12th District?Ja-s. B. Stwnson
nominated.
A new election ordered in No. 9.
ah me canumaies win uc m u c i
sccond pKmirv.
The ctticli(lalf?5 f.?r county offices in *
(he secmd pi : i arv w M be?
For Sheriff?R. E Ellivm md Jr.o.
B. Stevenson.
For Auditor?J. L. Ric^tiiind and
G. W. Moore.
For Clerk of Court?J no. W. Lyles
and Jno. J. "Neil.
For Supervisor?Jno. A. Steveart
and A. D. Hoc*.
The second primary will be held on
Tnesdav. the 11th Sep'ember.
The emergency bags sent by a church ?
society to Kansas soldiers|in the Philip- t
piues contained among the necessities f
a box of DeWilt's Witch Hazel Salve, \
the well known cnre for piles, injaries c
and skin disease?. The lapses took s
care to obtain ibe orisiual DcWitt'alt
Wifcb H?ze! Salve knowing that all J h
the conbterfeits are worthies5. Mc-|r
Master Co. d
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Promotes Digestion,CkcrfuinessandRest.ContaiuS
neithr &
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral. &
NotNahcotic.
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Clanfitd Sugar. 1 S3
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Worms .Convulsions .Feverish- W
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NEW YORK. |?
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER. j|
PROF. K. MEANS DAVIS
Is a hero of many ward. lie has
been to more teachers' meetings, discussed
more question?, taught more
(JilTerent kinds of pupils, held more
kinds of position', to!d more 7 kes
[aiKCU LU IIJOIC f'JCll} gn~ia? mauc ;
more friends engagedi i moie pitched
battles than any man of (his agp) in
the profes>ion in South f ar -liua. Ue
is ihvj great progenitor of all the j>ys
that cluster around Paradise Aney,
and the revered founder of the Aucient
Order of the Sons of Rest. It is
therefore benefiting- that his history
is a teacher i:i South Carolina be
known.
He graduated from the South Carolina
College in 1869, and took a degree
in law there in 1872. His first teaching
was done at King's Mountain
Military Cscnooi at loncvuie. ue aia
not stay here Ion*, for he suddenly
developed longings for the wilJ and
svouly West. He migrated (o California,
aud after having a very romantic
experience as a raker ot hay,
ae accepted a position in a Methodist
Jollege at Santa Rosa, California. He
remained here only oue year, then
Look a position in tbe graded schools
3f Sanra Rosa, where he remained also
>ue >ear. fie soon turned his footstep*
h -meward. After two years
ixjerience in Cali oruia, be is fonnd
is Principal of the ilount Zion Institute
at Winnsboro, in 1872 He left
Koi-n uliop o thr>rf linto ftnrl waiIta.I
for a while as a reporter for the N<*.ws,
ind Conrier. Then he <*ent back to
Winntboro, and organized the g>aded
school!', the first in the State supported
by special taxation voteJ ly the propirty
holders. He remained here in
;harge ot thia school until 1882, when
le w?i e!ected to his present posi ion,
Professor of History and Po itical
Science at the South Carolina College.
Professor Davis, besides bis work in
he class room, has served the edncaional
interests ot the State in other
:apacitief?. He taught Jin the State
Summer Institutes in 1881, 1882,1883,
ioor 10 ftft ifWA
LOOO, lOV'Jy WW,
He was a member of the County
Board of Examiners for Fairfield
bounty, from 1878 to 1882. He was a
nember of the State Board of Examines
from 1882 to 1900, and was a memjer
of tbe city board of Columbia
fro in 1895 lo 1900.
In his preseut position in the South
Jarolina College, besides being Professor
of History and Political Science,
le if- also (without ever having delerved
the name of Teufelsdroeckc)
he Professor of Things in General.
BEe is the authority on ail matters tf
:urrent interest, as we:l as or patt
nterest. lie is consulted on the work
)f every department of the college,
:r:>in facts, figures and jokes for the
Freshman debates, to the solution of
problems in Calculus, and he is a
jistorian by instinct, and is fu'l of
incident in South Carolina history, especially
those turbn'ent events sinca
he beginnning of the slavery agiiainn.
He was secretaiy of the Demo
iratic Executive Committee in that
ncmorable '76 campaign, and was
>ne of the powers which aided in
liakinjj tLe marvelous history of that
period.
Prof Davis is eminently qualified to
,vrite a binary of South Car. lin.i for
lse in the school'. He i? poiuted to
)V all who know hiin, ami who fe*.jl
be need of such a history, as the one
ivh > 8hoai<l undertake i\ It is hoped
hat before many years his services
:i another important educations! cajacity
may be recorded?that of
luthor of a, School History of South
Jaroiiua.?Carolina Teachers Journal.
A FRICANA wili cure Constipation tsd
is & wouderful'Livtr Me*iiatne. Trv+t.
DO YOU GET UP
WITH A LAME BACK?
Kidney Trouble Makes You Miserable.
Almost everybody who reads the newspapers
is sure to know of the wonderful
u -rv i, cures made by Dr.
'?-?L Kilmer's Swamp-Root,
g I ^e great kidney, liver
ffl ) Lk and bladder remedy.
"1 / LsZ It iS the great medial
1M fc 7^ Ca^ triumP^ ?* nine*
hyl i iteenth century; dis}Mp
I ^ . . covered after years of
?C scientific research by
lr" ^r' Kilmer, the em'~
_ __i ' nent kidney and blad'
der specialist, and is
wonderfully successful in promptly curing
iame back, kidney, biadder, uric-acid troubles
and Bright's Disease, which is the worst
:orm of kidney trouble.
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root is not recjmmcnc'od
for everything but if you have kidley,
11 ;~i cr bladder trouble it will be fjund
ust the remedy you need. It has been tested
n so many ways, in hospital work, in private
practice, among the helpless too poor to purchase
relief and has proved so successful in
ivery case that a special arrangement has
>een made by which all readers of this paper
vho have not already tried it, may have a
ample bottle sent free by mail, also a book
elling more about Swamp-Root and how to
ind out if you have kidney or bladder trouble.
?/hen writing1 mention reading this penerous
iffer in this p?per and
end your address to
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binglamton,
N. Y. The
egular fifty cent and Homo of Swamp-noct.
iollar sizes are sold by all good druggists,
i sr-rilfe]
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THt CCHTAUrt COMPANY. NCW YOB* CITY.
i - - - - =1
?Col. W. G. Stephenson, of
King's Mountain Military school
at Yorkville, was in town on
Wednesday. Many years ago
tliis was one of the leading
schools in the State. Under
Coward and Jenkins many cadets
from Fairfield attended this
school, and they are now much
interested in the effort to reestablish
it. Col. Stephenson is
a most pleasant gentleman, and
it is hoped that he will meet with
I snnrtfiss.
Millions Given Away.
It is certainly gratifying to the public
to know of one concern in tbe land
who are not afraid to be generous to
the needy and suffering. The proprietors
of Dr. King's New Discovery for
Consumption, Cou<rhs and Colds, have
given away over ten million trial bottles
of th'3 great medicine: and have
the satisfaction of knowing it has ab-'
solutely cared thousands oi hopeless
cases. Asthma, Brohchiti*, Hoarseness
and all diseases of the Throat,
rCbest and Lungs are sared by it. Call
on McMaster Co , druggists, and get a
trial bottle free. Regular size 50c. and
$1. Every bottle guaranteed, or price
refu ded. 3
?The line for the railroad has
been surveyed to such a distanc e
from town that the camp will hav e
fr\ mnxrori <i rkninf 'Prtrf.Vior
V WV tuv T VV4 VV MJ JUVAUW J. Ui. WAJ.V JL.
from town. The spot chosen for
the new camp is on Mr. Preston
Rion's plantation, several miles
from town.
To those iiving
in malarial districts Tutt's Pills
are indispensible, they keep the
system in perfect order and are
cure.
for sick headache, indigestion,
malaria, torpid liver, constipation
and all bilious diseases.
Tutt's Liver Pills
ANNOUNCEMENTS
FOR CLERK.
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 hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Court, subject to
the action of the Democratic primary.
J NO. J. NEIL.
FOK SHEKIir l
I hereby aTnounee myself a candidate
for re-election to the office of Sheriff of
VairfietH p.nnnt.v', snhiect to the action of
the J3emocratic"primarv.
k. E. ELLISON.
I hereby announce myself a candidal?
for Sheriff of Fairfield Cauntv, subject to
to the rules and regulations of the J)ea?ocratic
primary.
JOHN B STEVENSON.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office <f County Supervisor for
Fairfield County, subject to the action of
the Democratic primaries.
A. D. HOOD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for County Supervisor, subject to the action
of the Democratic yrimaries.
JOHN A. STEWART.
COUNTY AUDITOR.
I hereby announce myself a candid te
for re e'ection to the office of County Auditot,
subject to the action of the Democratic
primary. J. I? RICHMOND.
I !n'rel?y ?? nu?-ce myss'f a candidate
for Auditor l>.r F;iiiflelu C.-unty, subject
to the rule g->ver .in : the Democratic primary.
GEOitGE W. MOORE.
The Improved
|g NA/hite |g
H Moun- M
H tain-- |f
FREEZER.
Is . ii^:ter bow orten or h??w much
we talk nhont the White Mountain
Frecz?r, we tell nothing but 'he irnih
about it. Iu fact ihere is t?o nccps-3ty
for teling anything1 bat. the truth, as
e 'e y feitnre of the White Mountain
i? h goo S feature, nnd every point is a
Mli: g p >inf. Only the very best
ms'eriais are u-ed in its mauafncinie,
an-! wiii pr??dncp the tine-i qnality of
frMin in the shortest Do&siole tiina.
3 QUA RTS. ?2.25; 4 QUARTS, $2 75;1
6 QUARTS, $3 25.
J. W, SEIGLER 1
m em
BEVEL GEi
quent cleaning a
The CHAIN
cared for. .
COLU
I STOR1
represents the
? Se,
p..
COLUMBIA JBIUH
Jordan & D
IN STOCK.
SHINGLES,
LIME
and
HYDRAULIC CEMENT.
PEAS,
$1.25 per Bushel.
M.W.Doty & Co.
Hflfl't irn fn W
M i ^ lu OIM,
But Plant Them
i
Look over our list before
planting and you will see just
what suits you, because they
are the ones THAT GROW.
RUTA BAGA.
YELLOW ABERDEEN,
WHITE FLAT DUTCH,
RED TOP FLAT DUTCH
SEVEN TOP,
WHITE GLOBE,
Yours for Turnips,
J. H, McMaster
& Co.,
Druggists.
The Easy Runni ng
"HOUSEHOLD"
Serai Made.
The most modern Sewing
Machine of the age, embracing
all the latest improvements.
Unequaled for Durability,
Range of Work and
Simplicity.
Dealers wanted in unoccupied
territory. Corresponi/->ifaA
A /-IrACC
ajluuivk;w|
J. H. DERBYSHIRE. |
General Agent,
Richmond, Virginia.
12-28-iy
"nprad'q
SVL.rS k?S \l X W
Dyspepsia
-cures
indigestion
and
Dyspepsia.
'
' -7"- ;.//
'
-
B i
\RS do not clog, break, catch
.nd adjustment. They always r
npprls mnrp nftenHnn. It will
MBIA, HAR
MER and PE
SiCYCLES
i highest standards of both eh a
t!:i\en type*.
nd for Illustrated Boohtel "Oniings
DLES, HOME OFFICE, HA]
avis, Agts., wh
5UMMC5
101 at 1
/
A GOOD STOCK OF FIGI
, DIES, AND DAINT
TIFUL PA
Goods we sold at 25c, nc
Goods that were 17 1-2C
Goods that were 12 1-2C
Good that were 7c and I
Th)is is youp <
btry a. eool d
We have many nice thi
Organdies and Fancy Stripes t
Gauze Vests, Ventilated l
and many other goods that mal
-=?a? shc
We have many bargains i
dren's Sandals and Oxford Tie
ramp tr\ c7:5. we nan Dleas
? J i.
The Caldwell Dry
BABY' I
I NOW HAVE IN STO
Babies' .
| Shoes, S
! ' '
and Moc
ALSO A FEW Har
WILL GIVE YOU A I
Q._D_w_iI
fF i rm
j ? (Teething Po'
Costs '.nly 25 cents
urmui^oceaut w u
Greeakiar Graded Sett. I
j
TEN GRADES.
i
i
M. W. Peurifoy, A. B , Principt'. 1
Mrs i>!. W. Peurifoy, "vfusic nnd j
Miss I ottie Slaik A. B , Primary I
Department.
A fch-o! <>f Hiah Grade in a progressive,
Christian community. Tuition
from $1 to $3 according to gr*'?c.
B-urd at reasonable vafe?.
Next session beyi- = SEPTEMBER
3KD. For farther j fo> nation ?p;?!v
to M. W PEUlilFOY.
Principal.
Or to Tho*. l>lair, .T, J?. rnr!rerj
T. W. Ruff, Trtutees. 7-12 3;n |
j
MONEY TO LOAN j
fin Tanniwcpd Farms se:Hi*e<! bv fir*l ?
mortgages. Interest 8 per c^at. fn !
?u?? or it--- t>- i $500, 3 to 8 vesrs. i
\o Borrower pays ac- |
uxi creeuse?.
A & W.]>. DOUGLASS,
Win??boro, S. C.
or J0HX B. PALMES & SON, 1
11-25 Columbia, S- C.
things nor need fre- ^
run well it properly M| - M
tford, *|
:nnant | 1
rtfobd, conn. . ,v;s|h
nnsboro. S. C. ?^S
: GOODS. I
iced Mens ]
to i ri t awktq
JXVJ.U ( -w..
V STRIPES, BEAUTTERNS.
and 20c, now 12 1-2C.
and 15c, now 10c.
5 i-3c. now 5c. ,
oppopturiity to
pess ehjeap.
ngs in White Goods, LawnsT^^B
"orsets, Drop Stitch Hosiery, ?
ce the heat less burdensome. 3 I
PJL^A^t w-?
in Ladies', Misses' and Chil m
s?good shapes and styles. fl
'
Goods Company, J
IIneT 1
jBB
CK A FULL LINE OF 1
Kid-Sole 4
Uppers
(casins. -I
iizes, 1 to 5.
nmocks LEFT.
BARGAIN IN THEM. fl
J J FORD. |
BIT'S I Allays lirltstiea, AidsOljntl*,
I j ' Regulate* the Bowek,
I 4 r? ' .4 Strengthens the ChBd, '-%M
? I IS ;H& Hake* Teething Euy. "'HSlfi
*ders) X_R.TEET?!NAReSeve$the*Bowd
' * U 1 ^ "J? -.-'A#
, J* . , IWBIOWVdlWl*!- stlfriiggats,
ANY AGS.
. MOFFETT, M. D., ST. LOUIS. Ma
Farmers, ***
Attention! f!
XOW li THE TIME TO BUY ,s||S
Rlamtation
Supplies mj|
OUR STOCK OF BEA.VY G1SO 'jIll
Cfti s is new comp ete.
We o.Htor sp 'ciallv for t: e fHrniera' .?\
?> w,. llT?? !?.. ?r*y a. Iit*f A il
ar* pr: p*i cd t-? *ei ve them and a. bol7o;n
{-rices.
We also entry a nice lin* of sbeJf
SHOES, H \TS,
DItt. GOODS,
NOTIONS,
and cvft'Tthinjr n^uiilv found iu t>
}/?h<m h! t fort*.
J3?*Go' d? d-. livercd to our city t ra<le. Jj'l|
'Jotce ami t-e? as.
W. R. RABB & CO
GRANITE CORNER.

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