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AND HERALD.
THE NEWS AND HERALD CO.
TERMS. IN AD'v N'
*eeY.ar, - - 3
six Menths. -
WINNSBORO, P. C.
Tuesday, May 8., - - -1900
THE SMART SIERs.
The Boers are as successful in evad
ing traps as they are in laying traps.
The escape of the Boers from around
Wipener is considered by some critics
as "a miracle of war." The escape of
the Boers is the more remarkable
when it is remembeced that about
four thousaud Boers march into the
enemy's country, itay there for several
weeks doing all the damage they can,
daring which a not is set for them by
absat half of Lord Robert's army.
But the Boers, in spite, of the well
laid plans of the British escape. The
London Standard says: "It is dia
heartening to and that these elaborate
maneuvers have had so small a result,"
and the London Daily Chronicle says
that "we are reluctant to criticise
Lord Roberts, but it is impossible to
shut our eyes to the fact that during
the last ten days, we have gained very
little from our enormons display of
force.
The fight is to come between Kroon
stand and Pretoria. The New York
Tribune, speaking of the Boor retreat
ays:
"It is not always easy to catch your
prey, however; not even after you
have got him into your trap. Between
the spring of the trap and its coo
plate closure there is sometimes a
chauee for the intended victim, if he
be suficiently alert and agile, to make
his escape; or there may be cracks
and crevices in the walls of the trap
through which he can force his way.
In the present case something of the
sort appears to have happened. The
Boers are as expert in getting out ol
traps as they are in setting trips for
self-confident foes. After snapping at
the bait and doing incalculable damage,
they have slipped out of the trap be
tween the springing and the f a:1, and
are now in fall light toward the
northern hills, and the trappers have
had to abandon the trap and give
chase-a stern chase, which is pro.
verbially a long one. The British
nay yet overhaul the Boers, as they
did in the race from Kimberley ti
Paardeberg. if not, the trap-setting
will hive been in vsin, and the Anal
settlement must come ini the hills be
tween Kroonstand and Pretoria."
Some time ago we read a very iste
res criticising the British
ho writer.gu-m~
argued that
neratedi in brains,
Iways taken from
theri y, w 0taspent all theii
time for several ge m aop in the
--culhivation of their physica th
at the expense of intellectual cu~t
The result, aecording to this writer
is that, with few exceptions, th4
British army officers are physica
- -giants and intellectual dwarfs. -
BUCKNEAB NEWS.
News gathering is somewhat of
task these busy days, as everyone il
engaged with gardening or farm worl
-are rushing the plow as much al
possible to make up for time lost dur
- ing the constant rains of last week
Rock Creek was higher then than i
has been in several y ears before
Beaver Creek and Broad River Weri
also booming, rendering, I suppose
replanting of crops necessary on itL
banks.
Gardens are beginning to furnisi
the housekeeper with radishes, let tact
and shallots. English peas, owinf
to depradation of rabbi s, will no
yield much fruit.
The flower garden is a "thing oj
-beauty and a by forever," with iti
roses, lilies, pranifolias, verbenas ani
wall flowers. Geranium3, since being
transferred from the pit, are begin
ning to boom and beautify the piazza
Mrs A L Edrington has been quit4
sick, also Mr and Mrs R La Wilks ai
their little daughter, Catherine.
We hear that Mr J Feaster Lyles
formally of Fairfield, is a candidati
for the Senate from Lexington county
Hope that he will be successful in thi
race, as he would reflect honor upot
his adopted county if elected.
News of the death of Mrs Mar'
Cooke has reached her relatives here
She was tbe last surviving member 0:
the family of Arromanus and Mar:
Woodward Lyles, and granddaughte:
of Arromanus Lyle., Sr, and of Rea
William Woodward, the noted Baptis
minister and congressman. There
were seven children in this branch 0:
the family, viz, James, who was
planter in MissiAippi before the war
William died young, Thomas, a mer
chant in Mississippi; Henry J, wh<
was a successful planter in Backheai
section, also a true patriot, serving al
private in Buckhead Guards, Co H
6th S C V, until his death from measeli
at Germantown, Va, in 1861. ii
eldest son, Wm Woodward, also, at
the age of 19, was a martyr to hit
country's cause, fo~r he was mortalli
wounded at Fort Harrison in 1864
J F Lyles, of Lexington, and Hoi
A C Lyles, of Union, are his surviving
children. 'There - were also three
-daughters, viz, -Elizabeth, who mar
ried Alexander Rotinson, .of Missss
ippi. Nancy married MA E Traylor
when she returned to South Carolia
with her little children. One of her
tons, Hon T W Traylor, is one of our
mccessful planters. May, the young
est child, married Wofford and 1'ved
awhile in Arkansas, after his death
removing to Pickens county, Alabama,
where she married Moses Cook, whom
she survived, dying recently at the
age of 78.
I hope among the candidates there
will be some to champion the cause of
prohibition-the hope of our homes
for the liquor traffic is certainly the
cause of the majority of ills that af
fiet our land. Surely Cbristians will
not dare to ignore this evil in our
midst. Whatever its advocates may
claim the dispensary does for the
towns, drunkenness is certainly on the
increase in the country. I wish all
of the voters could read Rev J R
Aiken's masterly argument against
the dispensary, its perusal would be
obliged to convinca some that it was
their duty to try prohibition.
The Broad River school closed a
fortnight ago. I believe the school at
Rock Creek is yet in session.
Rev E A McDowell, pastor at Rock
Creek, has been very sick with ma
larial fever, consequently there has
been no service there for several
weeks now.
Miss C Estelle Lyles has returned
home for her vacation.
Mr J M Edringten is quite sick
with grippe.
April 30, 1900. N'importe.
Glorious News
Comes from Dr. D. B. Cargile, of
Wa bita, I. T. He writes: "Four
bottles of Electric Bittters has cured;
Mrs. Brewer of scrofulc, which had
caused her great suffering for years.
Terrible sores would break out on her
head and face, and the best doctors
could give no help; but her cure is
complete and her health is excellent."
This shows what thousands have
proved,-that E!ectric Bitters is the
best blood purifier known. It's the
supreme remedy for eczema, tetter,
salt rheum, ulcers, boils and running
sores. It stimulates liver, kidneys and
bowels, expels poisons, helps digestion,
builds up the'strength. Only 50 cents.
Sold by McMaster Co., druggists.
Guaranteed.
LINES TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS
AND HERALD.
The last time that I wrote yon
Was a year ago this spring;
Our memory is often treacherous
And time doth changes bring.
Since then we've tasted sorrow,
As well as jovs galore,
And in the days of springtime
"Our thoughts doth turn" to yore.
Our little town is quiet,
And where it always stood,
Our citizens would not change it
Not even if they could.
Oa the banks of old Broad River
The fisherman plods his way,
The skeetera are quite friendly
And invito you to the play.
We've had some deaths and moving,
As well as weddings too,
a fine crop of babies
And sleepless nights, not few.
We hope to raise some cotton,
And melons not a few,
And when the nights get warmer
-M'1l try the catfish stew.
Gardens are very backward,
So times are awful hard,
But plenty of milk and butter
Is enougli for a country bard.
The farmers are all complaining
Of being in arrears,
No cotton scarcely planted
Will bring all things aright;
Smiles instead of Eadnes9,
Weakness o'er by night.
Once more il beg your pardon
For sending such a rhyme,
But don't forget to toast us
At campaign picnic time.
Smith.
MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIR
-A Fleasant Lemon Tonic
.For biliousness, constipation and ap'
pendicitis.
For indigestion; bick and nervonl
headaches.
For sleeplessness, nervousness and
heart failure.
For fever, chills, debility and kidney
diseases, take Lemon Elixir.
Ladies, for natural and thorougt
organie regulation, take Lemon Elixir.
IDr. Mozeley's Lemon Elixir is pre.
pared from the fresh juice of Lemons,
combined with other vegetable liver
tonics, and will not fail you in any o~
the above named diseases. 50o and
$1.00 bottles at all druggists.
Prepared by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta,
Ga.
I am in my seventy-third year, and
for fifty years I have been a great
sufferer from indigestion, constipatior
and biliousness. I have tried all the
remedies advertised for these diseases
and got no permanent relief. About
one year ago, the disease assuming a
more severe and dangerous form, J
became very weak, and lost flesh rap.
idly. I commenced using Dr. Mozley'i
Lemon Elixir. I gained twelve pounde
in three months. My strength andI
health, my appetite and may indigestior
were perfectly restored, and now ]
feel as young and as vigorous as]
ever did in my life. L.,7. ALLDRED,
Doorkeepor Ga. Stat. Senate,
State Capitol, Atlanta, Ga.
* mziey's Lemon Elixir
ris the very best' medicine I ever usedI
tfor the diseases you recommend it for
and I have used many kinds for wo
man's troubles.
Mis. S. A. GRESEAM,
Salem, N. C.
.mOZLDY'5 LEMON NOT DROPS.
Cures all Coughs, Colds, Hoarsenes
Sore Throat, Bronchitis, Hemorrhage,
and all throat and lung diseases. Ele
gant, reliable. 25c at druggists. Pre
pared only by Dr. H. Mozley, Atlanta,
Notice to Creditors.
All p~ersons indebted to the estate of
Mrs. Nancy K. Rabb, deceased, are
hereby notified that payment must be
made to the undersigned, and persons
holding claims against said estate
must present them duly attested to
the undersigned.
REV. HORACE RABB,
Executor.
MRS. NINA CASTLES,
AVegetablePreparationforAs
silatirg theTood andRegula
ing theStomachs andBoelsof
]romotestDigesHon,Cheerrul
-nessandest.ontains neither
OpiuMorphine nor Nineral.
NOT NARC OTIC.
ja aragsd m
Aperfect Remedy for Constipa
tion. Sour Stomach,Diarhoea,
Worms ,ConvulsionsFeverish
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
TacSinule Signature of
NEW YORK.
EXAcT COPY OF WRAPPER
POTATO BUS
Are a pest that robs us of our!
crop of potatoes. Paris Green'
kills them outright and saves
the crop. We have it in all
t
size packages to suit you, even
if you want a small amount.
CANE SEED
for forage. It is the best for
our country should you need
forage. Come and we will
ell you about it. We have ]
oth Early Amber and Early
range Cane Seed.
Don't forget us.
J. H. McMaster
& Co.,
Kodol
Dyspepsia Cure
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structilng the exhausted dietve or
gans. Itlsthelatestdsoee iet
at and tonic. No other.preparationl
an approach It in efficiency. It inD
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, -Indigestion, Hleartburn,
Blatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Oramps and
all otherresultsof imperfect digestion.
sisze. Bal .a utdyspephlxia ef
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DhUarlotte, N..C., establishedjin 189 1
and
Rome, Ga., established in 1886,
now under one management, ofors
seeptional advantages to any one
desiring a thoroughly practical busi
ness education in the shortest possible
time.
The wide range of territory covered
by our employment agency afords
exceptional chances for securing posi
tions. We will guarantee you a posi
tion if you take our guarantee course.
The rooms in the schools are large
and convenient and well lighted.
Yung men or veung women may
enroll in either school any week day
during the year.
If yon are a stenographer, book
keeper or teacher and desire a posi
tion, write I be Piedmont A geney,
Charlotte, N. C. If you are not a
stenographer or book-keeper, spend a
rfew months in one of these schools
a~nd get s onrself in shape for earning
money.
Should von dosire to bo an expert is
I nteret, stocks, trade iscunti, eta..,
send Nb cents in stamps or silver and
get our Pocket Calculator-inst what
on need.
Forciculreand fui-ther informa
D7. M. McIVWER,
Presiden t.
Cure Cold it4ycisa. I
-emis Chclate Laae Q~o. eas
IFI
i~STAD
ASTOIA
arInfanits and C',idrflen.
e Kind You Have
Alwas]ought
ears the
ignature
of
In
Use
.For Over
Thirty Years
;ASTORIA
THC CENTAun COMPANY. NEW YORK CITY.
[Elioday...
Goods...
I ha' -"a nice seleation just
penedfor inspection from which
: selectyour Christmas Presents,
onsisting of
SLESYE and COLLAu
. BUTTONS,
PINS,
RINGS,
eBRACELETS,
-and FANCY GOODS.
Aso, niice presents in China
nd Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated
~latd Wares, as cheap and relia
as they can be bought any
here.
Call soon and make your selec
The C1mn f~ ub
brigs joy or p...u. It' s fo .a
mother to decid2. With v..od i::. .>R
and a stro:ir; v::r::? orv : 2
motherhood but adds to a wom.:'s
takes awrcy all terrors by strergheiinug
the vitail organs. It fits a r~ter for
baby'.s commng. By revitali:-::s the
nerve cer~tres it has brouighL e::2,y,,
Icrowing younigsters to thousa:.d; '
Iweak woz3ney who fevAd thcy w,:re
barren. It pu~;ifies, 1a;n teg hcn - e .1.: regulate
women at all tim.-. No druggst
would be witbout it. $1 I
For advice in casener '.-- p .
directions, addrs.pt.3
" The Ladies' Ad" v2* u"
The Chattanooga 3L iw C , *u
taooa, TXenn. . D
not hve n chilren. Na,. . co a
I had a fii:.e s'd baby."
fJM;RL/fllED
1851
PAIT
IMniL1E A
A~
For Sale By
J.JL BEA R.
[iic Of A icaftie for Rail
rold Uarter,
Notice is hereby given that, in par
nance of the provisions of an Act of
be General Assembly providing for
be formation of Railroad Companies,
pproved 28th February, 1898, Acts of
898, pages 64-70, the undersigned
rill file their Declaration and make
.pplication to the Hon. M. R. Cooper,
ecretary of State, at his office, Go
umbia, S. C., on the 7th day of May,
900, for a charter for a railroad to be
onstructed from Winnsboro, S. C., to
Jamden,S. C.. to be known by the
rporate name and style of THE
Winnsboro and Camden Railroad
3ompany; and also that, if the said
,harter is granted, tha said corpora
ion shall have the right to cot-demu
ands for rights of way and other rail
oad purposes, in the counties ; f Fair
ield snd Kersbaw.
T. K. ELLIOTT.
T. H. EETCHIN.
J. E. McDONALD.
W. R. ELLIOTT.
Winnsboro, S. C., April, 1900
Farmers,
*?* Attention 1
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY
Plantation
Supplies
OUR STOCK OF HEAVY GR O
eries is now complete.
We cater specially for the farmers'
trade. We know what they need, and
are prepared to setve them and a bot
tom prices.
We also carry a nice line of shelf
goods
SHOES, HATS,
DRY GOODS,
NOTIONS,
and everything usually found in a
general store.
0 Goods delivered to our city trade.
Come and see us.
W. R. RABB & Co
GRANITE CORNER.
Agents For
WALL PAPER.
--ALSO FOR
ENGRAVED.
OBEA R'S
Dyspe psia
Tablets
..cures
Indigestio n
a nd
Dy spe psia.
W. A. W.
The registered tatnion W. A. W
will bo at Mr. Ileizry Refo's stable il
Win nsboro on Saturday ot each week
On Mondays at the tarmi; balance o
time at his former san IN in the coun
try. He" is seven y (ears old,. uay, wit]
black points. Heig , 16; bas goot
bone and muscle; no blemish or de
fect. He is strong, frictionless ir
motion, kind in disposition, and a per
lect roadster. His sire is the celebratei
Red Wilkes, His dam, Betsey Baker
was the mother of trotters. She was
sired by Dictator. who was the sire o:
Jay-Mye-Se e, 2 10, of Director, 2 07,
of the invincible Directum, 2.04, the
grandsire of Nancy Hanks, the gseer
of trot',cs, and the sire of~many otheri
of extre me speed.
Although a not esi trotter with per.
feet knee actions W. A. W. possessei
also saddle gaits ot superior quality.
Terms, 15 00 to insure colt. IFor
eitended pedigree anud cartified record
address
JOIIN G3 MOBLEY,
4-104o W innsboro, S. C.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Improved Farms secnred by first
mortgages. Interest 8 per cent. [a
sums not less than $500, 3 to 8 years.
No oammissionis. Borrower pays ao
unl expenses.
A. S. & W. I) DOUGL ASS.,
Winnsboro. S. C.
or JOllN B. PA LMER & SON,
11I2 Comia , S. .
The Easy Running
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Simplicity.
Dealers wanted in unoccu- I
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dence solicited. Address,
J. H. DERBYSHIRE.
General'Agent,
RICH MOND, VIRGINI4.
I2-28-1y
SOUTH7RN RAIWWX'
Central Time at Jacksonville and Savannah.
Eastern Time at Other Point.
Schedule in Effect February 2ph90.
NORTHBOVYD. No? ek U
Lt.- Jacksonviue (1F. 5) --...o
" avannah(.so.E)....1
.Barnwen........... ...... . 4
'. lakvile ......... .... P
Springfield..........4 -*
"Saly................ 42 .....
terry ...... .... ....'
Lv. Oharlestoa,(Bo. By . 7
Summervime......... 79
Brajuhvse......... ..... S8
Kin... .......... .....
et, IS ............. .
........... 000:,-- -
Aiken............. . 8
r&'O ....... 7
Ar. Uhrot ...
=ubinBlg
, vlhes .......
ohmiond ... _
gteW o a........ ... 7 1
Lv. Columbia.... ... .Et
Ar. Sprtanburg......:.. --
"4seville ......... ... 2 ..
_xil..a.. 7 .-.
SOUTHBoUIIID. Mx ~iz~~
Lv. Loiville..........
LY. Oicinnai..........
" Asheville.............805a ...i
Ar. Ooliba .-.''
"Philadelphia. ...........
" Baltimore..... .. ......'
Lv. CWarlo'teS.y ... 5
aLv. Danville....t.. ...' 48 28
"Rock Hill .............902ai8;p~{0
"Chester ............ ......2852a
"Winnsboro. ........1 606a
Ar. Oolumnbia,-(Bldg St 0 80p'i 115. 7 00a
"Johnston... ....108p 1 0 p ...
" Trenton..........110p 14 6 .....
Ar. Aiken .......... ...... 22 7'a...
"Graniteville.....200qt 2 ip718a...
"Augusta.........*100a 250 80s...
Lv. Columnbia(So. Ry). ..... 4
"Kingville.............48 282 755
"Orangeburg...........538 8 45a -841
"Branchiville...... ..... 615 4 25a 2
"Sumnmerijlle..........728 552a Iw
Ar. Charleston.........p...... 8 700S
v.Columbia(So. Ry.) .~..~ .iYlII T~ia 7
Ar. Perry............ . .... ......
"sally ........... ..... 122 287a ....
-"3 Springfield............ 12 2 45a..
" lackville............ ~ 11 05a 882.
"Barnwell..............127p 320a 849a
"Savannah ....... ......328 515. 10 851
Ar. Jaclcsonvill(P. S.) .... 9 25a 285p
*Trainis 48 and 44 (mixed except Stuiday)
*rrive and depart from Hamburg.
Sleeping Car Service.
Excellent daily passenger service between
Florida and New York.
Nos. 31 and 82-New~ York and Florida Lim
ited. Daily exeept Sunday, composed exclu
sively of Pullman finest Drawing oom Sleep
ing, Comipartmnent and Observa y.ars, be
tweenl New York,0Ooluitnbla and .
No.;. 33 and 34-New York and Flo'-Ex
press. Drawing-room sleeping cars between
Augusta and New York.
Pullman drawing-room sleoping cars be
tween Port Tampa, Jacksonviule, Savannah.
Washingtoti and New Xrk.
1kallmana sleeping cars etween Charlotte and
Richmond. lining ears between Charlotte
anid Savannah.
Nos. 35 and 36-U. S.. Fast Mail. Through
Pullman drawing-room buffet sleeping cars be
tween Jacksonville and Now York and Pull
man sleeping cars between Augusta and Char
lotte. Dining cars serv-e all mieals enrouto.
Punlman sleeping cars between Jacksouivmel
and Columbia. enrouto daily between Jackson
-ville and Cincinnati, via Asheville.
3FRANK S. GANNON, J. M. CULP.
ThirdV-P.&Gen.Mgr., TraicM .
pira~shington, D. O, Was'hi'gton, .C
W.A4.TURK, 8. H. HARD CE
Gen. Pass. . tAs't Gen.PassA~'n
W~ashing J.0. Atla
Do You Need
IF 80, I CAN 8UPPLY YOU
.......WITII....
2-Prong Light His, at..25c.
Round Poinit Light Hoes, a'. .25c.
8nb!eit's Cultivator Hlo6s, a'. .!20
Onion Hoe........ .......25c.
6-inch Light Galrden Hoce, a'. 30c.
4-Prong Spadisg Forks, at... .75c.
4-Prong Potato Hooks. at. -.bge.
13-Tooth steel Ratkei', at....5c
12-Tooth Maleele Iron Rak-'s.
at....... ...........25c
Poul:ry Wire Fencing, suiiable
for gardens. I have. i: in 18,
24,SG, 48 and 60-inchi.
a. \A/ SEa=IG":LIE=R:
ANNOUNCEMENTS
OR SOLICITOR-SIXTH CIRCUIT.
I hereby announce myself as a candi
tte for Solicitor of the Sixth Judicial
reuit, subject to the result of the
atic primary. THOS. F. kc
FOR SHERIFF
I hereby announce myself a candl.
Lte for the office of Sherif for Fair- p
-ld County, and will abide by the
:tion of the Democratic primaries.
JAS. W. BOLICK.
Pledging myself to abide the result of
e ensuing primary eectlon, I annonnee
yself a candidate for nomination ito the
lice of Sheriff of Fairfiel' County. The
rdial support of ray fellow-citizens. Isre
wetfully solicited.
GEO. W. CRAWFORD. -
1h ere',v announce myself a candidat e
ir Shei if of Fairfield Coty.b to
te action of the Democratic primaries.
J. W. CLARK.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
>r Sheriff, subject to the action of'the
emocratic primary.
J. McKINNEY ELLIOTT.
I h(rebv announce myself a candidate
)r the office of Sheriff of Fairfield Coun
r, subject to the action of the Demoeratic
rimranes. B. G. TENNANT.
I hereby announce myself for Sheriff of
'airfield County, and will abide the result
f the Democratic primaries.
D. E. MCDOWELL.
I hereby announce myself a cau- ia.e ''
)r re-election to the office of Sheriff of
airfield County, subject to the action of
be Democratic primar. ELLISON.
FOR CLERK.
I hereby announce myself as a can.
Late for Clerk of Court, subject to the
etion of the Democratio mrinaries.
J 1?. R. CRAIG.
I hreby, annource myself a candidate
or the office of Clerk pf Court for Fair
ield County, subject to the action of the.
)emocratic primaries.
R. V. BRAT.
I hereby announce myself as acandidate
Por (ierk of Court for Fairfield CountY.
e.- j. et to the action of the Demerafle
61im1ary. JAS. A. BRI E.
Ijhereby announce myself a candidate
,orithe office of Clerk of Court f9r Fair
leld County. subject to the action of the
Democratic primaries.
JOHN W. LYLES.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Clerk of Co subject to
bhe action of the Democraii .
-J N.J. N L.
COUNTY SUPERVISOR.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of County Supervisor fer
Fairfield County, subject .to the action of
the Demccrat'c primaries.
A. D. HOOD.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for the office of Supervisor of Fairfield
County, subject to the action of the Dem
ocratic primaries.
ROBT. Y. CLOWNRY
I hereby announce myself a chndl4ik1
for the office of Supervsor of Faflw
County, subject to the acti6n of the Dem
ocratie primaries. J. B. BUELEY.
Friends of T. L. JOHNeTON rcglli
his fitness for the p~tnhrb o
nate hiu: for Cont Superviser, sbet
to the-Democratic primaries.
i1 hereby .announce myslf a candiate
for, County -Supervsr sbetto the so
tidfi of the Democratic m~ls
- OB .A. STEWART.
I hereby announccselfa andiate
fortlie omeie of Cony~pusrof Fair.
field, subject to -rlsn rgilt
-CGUNT-YiUDITOE.
-I hereby announce myself a candiat
for Cpanty Auditor, s. jetto the aisu
of 'the Democratc rlile.
- I hereby annonnce myself a candidate
for re-e'.ection to the office of Con' Au
ditor, subject to the action of tile~e
cratic primary. J. L. RICUXOND.
I hereby announce myself a candidate
for Auditor for Fairfield County, subject
to the rules governing the Democratic pri
mary. GEORGE W. MOORE.
FOR CORONER.
I hereby announce myself a candidtet
for the office of Coroner for Fairfield
Couinty, and pledge myself to abide the
result of the Democratid piay
SUPT. OF EDUCATION.
I hereby announce myself a !ca"~~t
for re-election to the office of Co
Superintendent of Education, subject tN..
the action of the Democratic primary
D. L STEVEN N.
REPRESENTA TIVFS.
I hereby announce .myself a candidate
for the House of Representatives from
Fairfield County, subject to the Democra.
tic primary.
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 JouN G. MOBLEY nomi
nate him for re-election to the House of
Representatives, subject t)> the actlo:a of
the Democratic primary.
SENATOR.
G. WV. RIAcSDALE is a o nceel (qr tile
Senate, subject $o the Deffieratlo pringry.
COUTNTT TREASURER.
I hereby anniounce myself for re election
to the office of County Treasurer of F'air.
field County, and wrill abide the result Ct
the Democratic primaries.
HUGH S WTI4IE.
H eadquarters
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M. WA. Doty & Co
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