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NKWK OF THE WOULD
The proceeds of Georgia's first
new bale of cotton which sold
for 19 cents the pound have been
turned over to the National Dem
Thomas Taggart, a very prom
inent and active politician of In
diana, has been chosen chairman
of the-Democratic National Com
Minister of the Interior, Von
l'lehve of Russia, was assas
sinated lest Wednesday morning
;is he was driving through the
streets of St. Petersburg. A dyn
amite bomb was thrown under
the minister's carriage, com
pletely shattering the vehicle and
tearing the officer to pieces and
killing his coachman. The as
sassin was also injured and has
since died from his wounds'
According to press reports, Mr.
John T. Abney, Superintendent
of the Datuens Cotton Mill is at
Columbus, Ga., his former home,
conferring with friends and ar
ranging the preliminaries for
building a new cotton mill in
? The Mystic Club met for the
first lime in several weeks on last
Wednesday afternoon with Mrs.
J. K. Clary, who is always a gra
cious and charming hostess. '
They Ave the I-'nvorlte IJoiihIn of BUr
den In MoimtntiinuN i:> ?.>???>>??.
In Tibet nml among tho mountainous
part of (mild Bhcei) are employed " as
curriers. The mount;'!:) cheep of these
districts, true to Its nature, la remark*
nbly sure footed and can carry loads of
twenty-live pounds, or even more, over,
steep crags* and precipitous paths
where hardly any other animal could
find a footing.
In the inner ranges of the Himalayas
the ynk cow and the hardy mountain
sheep are the favorite bepsts of bur
den. Sheep withstand the Intense cold
of the higher parts of Tibet ranch more
easily than the yak and can better faro
the stony roads.
Sheep carrying from seventeen to
twenty-five pounds of baggage and liv
ing entirely on the scanty grass found
growing by the way accompanied Naln
?ulgh, tho fumous Indian explorer, on
n Journey of more than a thousand
miles. It Is very common In the Him
alayas to load sheep, high tip In the
?rovr.'n'ns, with borax and then to
drive them down to the plains, where
they arc shorn of their nnd re
turn Inden with grain or salt.
"Bo that city doctor helped ye right
smart, did he, Silas?" asked Mrs. Giles
on her husband's return from a week's
visit to a specialist in a neighboring
"Well, I guess he did! I'm feeling
fine as n fiddle now, an' he ?ays I
won't likely havo any return of It If I
(Just keep tor what he tells me."
"What did ho say was the matter
with ye?" inquired U10 wife eagerly.
"I forglt now what ho called it.
"Bilas," she cried, "ye don't really
mean ter say ye paid out all that
money an' didn't git no good of it after
THE AFTERNOON NAP.
Modern Condition* Killing the Slea
t? Habit In Mexico.
There are peoplo In Mexico City who
take their afternoon nap every day.
and are greatly benefited thereby, hut
their number appears to be growing
less year by year. Whether the siesta
Is beneficial or not, or whether in thi?
high altitude It is a necessity for many
persons, ns Is claimed by some, Its
death knell as a general custom seems
to have been sounded since the oily
adopted its modern enterprise nnd
push. Many old residents will t> !! yon
of tho time when a pen-Oil In the city
of Mexico would have b< on considered
almost crazy Jf he he.'jlected his ufler
noon rest, but gradually, with the nd
SHEEP IN INDIA.
Money Thronn Array.
vent or the railways, ino direct <nu>?
ami tbo electric lights, erjuic Hie In
evitnblo sleeplessness which Ik one of
tbo most noticeable characteristics of
There arc several supporters of tho
siesta Idea In this ejty who expre
gret that the custom appears to be
passing away. These persons, who are
themselves devotees of the practice,
claim that It is a liealtltful and uot'YQ
restoring habit and that if It were In
dulged In systenmtleally by tbo j> opje
of tho United States and other pro
gressive countries ihero would bo few"
er cases of nervous wrecks for the
newspaper;* to report. "Early i;
and a itiort nap after dinner" I? what
these people advocate, claiming that
tho bebt woil- of mnsl prrao.ua is per
formed in the morning.?Mexican Her
FIRST USE OF TEA.
Am Aitclrnt I.?-?cih! Anci'lhcM Xt to u
Kluic of Cblnn.
By w hom or w hen the use of tea for
drin!?in -, purposes was rlr.it discovered
is lost in antiquity, it Is spokou of <s
a famous herb In Chinese literature q
far back as 2,000 yeara B. C, at which
thuo its cultivation and classification
were almost as thorough and complete
as they are today. One of the ancient
legends says that Its virtues were ac
cidentally learned by King Shen Nung
She, tho Chinese monarch who Is also
known as "tho divine husbandman."
who. tho record says, nourished forty
centuries ngo. He w as onguged In boil
ing water over a lire made of tho
brnnehes of tho tea plant and carolei I
ly nllowcd some of the leaves to fall
into the pot.
The liquid which be expected to come
from the vessel simply as sterilized
water was miraculously converted Into
an elixir of lifo by the accidental ad
dition of the tea leaves. Soon after It
became highly esteemed in all the ori
ental cities and was used as a royal
gift from the Chinese monarcbs to the
potentates of southern and western
This same King Shen Nung She not
only earned tho title of respect by
which he was known through tbo dis
covery of tho virtues of tea, but he
cause of being the tlrst to teach his
people how to make ami use plows an 1
many other Implements of husbandry.
Emeroon on Lincoln.
The president Impressed me more
favorably than I had hoped. A frank,
sincere, well meaning man, with a law
yer's habit of mind, good, clear State*
ment of his fact, correct enough, not
vulgar, us described, but w ith n sort of
boyish cheerfulness, or that kind Of
sincerity and Jolly good meaning that
our class meetings on commencement
days show In telling our old stories
over. When ho has made his remark
he looks up at you with great satisfac
tion and shows all Ids white teeth and
laughs. He argued to Summ-r iln
wholo ease of Cordon, tho skive
trader, point by point, and added that
he was not quite satisfied yet, and
meant to refresh his memory by look
ing again at tho evidence. All this
showed a fidelity and conscientiousness
vory honorable to him. When 1 was
Introduced to him he said, ''Ob, Mr.
Emerson, I once heard you say in a
lecture that a Kentuekian seems to
soy by his air nnd manners, 'Here mil
I; if you don't like me, tho worse for
you.'"?Dlury of It. W. Emerson In
In Old Stitprrconrli DayM.
There used to bo rate wars In the
old stagecoach days in England. At
one time, early last century, one stage
coach company not only cut the price
from Lewes to London to a very low
rate, but gave also other Inducements.
As the coach started from Lewes at
a somewhat uncomfortably early hour
in the morning, by way of tiding over
tho difficulty the proprietors allowed
the more slothful of their passengers
to go overnight to Brighton, where
they were accommodated with gooi
beds free of expense and could proceed
comfortobly to London by the com
pany's morning coach.
Of Two Brila Choose the Leant.
Doctor-If you are to recover, you
must spend tho next three months in
traveling. Patient?But I can't afford
It, doctor. Doctor?Very well, stay at
homo if you must, and I will visit yoi
daily. Tat lent -Never mind, doctor; 1
think I will travel after all.
THE HUB I THE! HUB
WE SAVE YOU
A PRETTY PENNY
Just at this time of year The Hub can save you
a pretty penny, as the saying goes, on almost anything
pertaining to Woman's Summer apparel. It is now 'he
season when it is all-important to us to rid ourselves of
remaining balances of Summer Goods ? because in a
month or so the new Fall things will be arriving and
plenty of room must be made for them. In order to
clean out Summer things, we are willing to sell at
greatly diminished prices; and the shrewd bargain lover
will find many and many a chance to pick up real snaps.
Wc will mention a few of them just to show the
manner of the reductions.
Silk Novelties in lovely patterns, worth 25c,
now ..... 18c
Lovely colored Batistes, worth up to 15c, now
White striped and checked Dimities, in small
dainty patterns, worth I2^c, now 8c
White checked Nainsook, good quality, worth
8c, now - - - - 05C
India Linon, fine sheer quality, worth 15c, now
A few more pieces of 40 inch Lawn, a special
value at - - - 10c
All Ladies,' Misses and Children's Oxfords AT AND
IHvLOW COST. Don't neglect this opportunity to
supply yourself with a pair of stylish Oxfords at a little
GREAT AUGUST SALE
of everything in men's
Summer Wear, Cloth
ing', Shoes and Hats.
of special things in la
dies Voiles, Summer
Goods, Millinery, etc.
DAVIS, ROPER & CO.S
Great miff End. Sale
is over and it was
We wish to thank the buying public and our many
friends for their very liberal patronage they gave us, and we
are confident that all found our goods just as they were ad
During the Month of August we will make a clean sweep
of everything that smacks of summer. Thousands of dollars
of valuable merchandise melted away like snowon a July day
during our great Mil! End Sale?*yet we have determined to
reduce our stock in all Summer Stuff, in order to make room
for the grandest fall stock that was ever brought to Laurens.
So come right on to Laurens' Greatest Store for all your
wants, be they large or small, and we promise you that you
will be glad that such a store as ours exists in Laurens, be
cause we save you money.
Ladies Dry Goods and Mi lii=
Clothing, Shoe and Hat
Right here let us say that everything we have in
the way of summer goods must be cleared out ?
the profit and lots of the costs is being cawed out
by our pruning knife
All men's spring and summer Suits arc included in
our August sale.
All men's Straw Mats and other odds and ends in
cluded in our August sale.
All of our men's Summer Serge Alpaca and Cecil
lian Coats ate included in our August sale.
All men's Low Cut Shoes at sacrifice prices during
All men's Negligee Shirts and summer Underwear,
cut price for August sale.
All ladies' Oxfords and Slippers included in our
One lot Ladies' Low Cuts, worth #1.25 and
$1.50, all solid wear, - 89c and 99c
One lot Ladies, Low Cuts, worth $1.75 to
$2.oo, all solid wear, $ 1.40 and $1.19
We have hundreds of things that will be brought
out each day that we haven't space to mention which
will pay the buying public to inspect before buying.
Nothing in summer goods do we want on hand. All
must he sold.
All of the 10c, 12]/2c and 15c figured lawns
that we have left will be sold during the
month of August at 7 c
All 2oc Grecian Voiles will sell during
August at .... |()c
One lot ladies' Collar and Cuff Sets that
were 25c, will sell during this month at - 15c
We still have a few 25c Lace Lisle Hose
that we will sell at.15c
A small lot of the #1.50 Rain Proof Umbrel
las left; will sell what we have left at - 99c
Good 40 inch Sea Island, worth 7c, you can
get it from us, as long as we have it, at 5c
We have a few pieces of Mercerized Zephyr
Ginghams left; will sell them during August at |
Come quickly aud get some of the special things
now going fast.
Remember that all goods at these .special cut prices positively will not
be charged to anybody as we do this to have the ready money to buv
goods for fall. Come quickly, invite your friends, as never B. 4. have we
had such August Bargains.
DAVIS, ROPER ? COMPANY
Leaders, Introducers and Lower Prices.
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^ University of ^
PflCtiHy Od BtuUcii'B 020
^ix Dep.trtiiici Is
College, Graduate, Min
ing, Law, Medicine,
Pharmacy. : : : : :
b'quh in i t v luoil nt $.'<oo ooo,
Si v in c.i II il lings. Now*
(!\ inn ?-.um. Strong M ersr/
Souletfc.*. ActlvoY. M.O A.
Broad Cil'lurc mid M?h i osfl
?At For rat -it ? OtC. llddl'r-fH
$ F P. VEN?BL6 f
OMAPEL 111 Mi, N. (.!. ^
An ICxpcnnlto ^i-iiiiliiflr.
"Tho hii<!f nearly fainted dining tho
ceremony mid had to he supported by
her father until It was over."
"Yes, and now I bear her father Is
supporting both of them."
Pool i in-, i.. ? Bioi inebi
Landlady- You did not Wear idnsse?
when you first OflUI f here, Why do
you wear them now'.' I'o-irdOT I want
to make tho food look as largo as pos
* "Itush I (to BCflfOh (" eil-1 the man to
the waiter, desiring (ho lull and papot
.In a hurry. Philadelphia Bui lo I 111 ,
h?RMAN UNIVERSITY", .?S*
Cour Bcf ! adlo? '<> hu dog oo; of FUche'.or of Art, (Ii A ) and .Mastor of
ArU (M A.)
Library, f'.?a?ll ir rtoom, Laboratories Lir^o anK'omfortibl.f DorraUod s.
Kx cn<09 r due .! t? m Minimum.
Ni-xi so<s|n i b y ns Sopt. 14. F..r roi.n?'?*pply f.i Pro', H. T. Cook. For
Cma ogue < r i- forn.ati in, addrojg, Tho Secro??ry of iho Faculty,
??p "5? -3^- -5^ \55- ?V- ZSt* & ^ ^ ^ Ztr -2r :5r *2r ^ ^-V- -5^-"?V- -i*- -5^- -S"
f Laurens Cotton Mills Store
A Car Load
Laurens Cotton Mills Store
T. C. LUCA S,
M2 1-2 Congre.n St.
Portland, Maitfrc, Oct. 17, 1PC?..
I consider Wino of dirdui nuporifl*
to anv doctor's med'.uln I over u'ftrd
and I know whorool t ppimk. I uffr
fered for nius months wit ii mipproMtieJ?
menstruation which conn idoly pros
trated mo. l'nlna would shoot through
my back and sides und J would hayfl
blinding huadnche.4, My lhnl>a would
BWdll ii,) mi I I would feol BO ?onk l
could not Rtand up, I naturally felt
?llH)-our:ii.v'.i (or I Hooinod '.<> bo boyond
Cho help of physicians, but Wino of
CArdui camoasn Ood-nond to mo. I
ftdt a change for tho buttor within a
week. After nineteen days treatment
I menstruated without suffering the
sgonicp I usually did nod soon hi nv
regular and without pain Wino of
CurdnI in simply wonderful nnd 1 wish
Unit nil fluttering women know of Its
Troasuror, Portland Economic League
lVriodio.il headaches It'll o? fc
main weakness. Wine of Cordui
euros permanently nineteen oul of
rvory twenty caSCS of irregular
menses, boaring down pains or
any fomnln weakness. If you aro
(lisCOIirngcd nntl doctor* have
failed, that is the l>osl reason in
trio world you should try Wino of
Cordui now. Remember thai
headaches menn female wcakni
Secure tl 81.00 bottle of Wino of
ItoNc of Ohl? Ii Time.
In the very long ngo"hot<c wero not
Blockings as now worn, but made long
und were ofton drawn up even to tue
willst, ond, oddly enough, Und pockets
In their sides. We r*rtO, moreover, that
In tho Umo of the Tudors nnd Stuart?
they were of great variety, both of
material and color, and for Buch as
could command the luxury wero rich
ly trimmed and costly; they wero often
called "nether stocks."
"Don't be afraid of making mo angry
by telling the your candid opinion of
my verses, old fellow. Criticism doesn't
make any dl toronco with uie."
"1 know that, my dear boy, but tho
trouble Is lhal it doesn't mnko any
difference with your verses either.'^?
.New Orleans 'l imes-Deinocrat.
CAN l>I HATES*
Announcement4! under this hoading
must, bo acoompanb d bv Ihe fee,
Throe Dollars A - n tin omcnta to
i un I'fter tho !ir*t I'riniii y. |
FO tl STAT K S EN AT K.
At th i 11 d'oitition ot friends I have
deeded to announco myself a* ??? oiudl
dato for tho St'te Senate, mbject 10
tho Democratic Primary.
F. P, mogowan.
1 OK T11 E LEUIStT?TU RE.
1 r, s; o tfu ly ?bnnunoe myself as a
can J hist..? for ihe House o' Itepre
iM nt'itlvc?, subject |o tho result o' the
Democratic, l ?rhu try.
R. Dunk Boyd.
I ro*ip'< ir' fiily announce myself a can
dblato lor re-p.ieotloa to the Iloisj of
R> ii es ?ntat'vs. Btibject to tho result
of the Democratic Prim?r/?
W, C. IftUY, .Ta.
The fr -id, of A. J. smith, appre
ciating bis past sorvioo3 lu the inter
rss of the peop'o, respeoifully suggest
his name to tho voters of Lauren*
County us a Puhabl-i Uepre'entaiive
fi inn th;s County to t be ii 'glstal lire,
J heroby announce myself us a can
didate for tho Lojils'a'uro, 8ubj ct to
tho Democrat u vote of Luens
j if. Miller, m. n.
At tho so'lei all-in of friends from
thi different pics of the omnty, 1
respectfully anno moo myself a candi
date for iho Legislature, subject to the
rules of the Democratic Priraarv.
W. P. haruis.
0. C. Feather-stone, Esq., is hcoby
i n lOUllced as a candidate for Hoiue of
Repre<crilatlves from Lauren- C unity,
subj ct lo the aotion of the Demo
cra lo Pr'mary o'ection.
"Tor clerk of court.
I hcrebj announce myself* as a can
didate for Clerk of Cour1 f ir Lauren*
county'. Wl l abide resn't ot Democratic.
T. Foster Simpson.
l luraby announce myself a cmdi
d * to for Clfrk of ? u-t for Lsurens
County i BUbjeot io the r-s-tli of the
appt'oacblug Primary Election
c. E. GRAY,
The namo of Jo'i > A. Franks l
hereby prcsentol t > ih Domooratlo
voters of Ijiuro is county ai a o.imii
datO for 01 rk of Court, subjo-Jt o ".ho
rule? governing tho party Primary.
1 rospoctfully announce my?e'.f a
candidate for Clerk of Court fo* Lau
reus County and promise to discharge
tho bUS nesj of said otllco as in tho
past according to law and tho beat in
terests of the peo do. I will ohoerfully
abide the rosultof the Democratic Pri
mary Elco'ion. Thanking all for
th ir past favors, 1 am respectfully,
.loiiN f. Bolt.
I hereby aunounoa myself a caid'
da*o for re-election to the cilice of
County Treasurer, subject to the Dem
john U. OOPEL \ND.
1 b sn by announce my oand'dacy for
re-oleciion to ihi ufflue of Coroior,
subject to tho rules of the Democratic
I announco mysoif a candidate for
Coroner for Laureus county, bubject to
the Democratic primary and party
j. B. COSBY.
Tho many friends of J. P, Caldwell
announeu him as a candidate for Sheriff
of i. ui ens o unty, subject to the Dem
ocratic Primary. FllluNDS.
I hereby announce my candidacy for
tho office of Sheriff of Laureos county.
V\ ill abide the result of tho Democratic
.r. THOS. PEDEN.
The many friendsol Bco A. Whartoo
knowing* bi.? merit and qualification*
combluod with his superior detective
turn of mu d inns', rcspvO'fully BUggOs!
him to the voters of Lnureua County t>8
a worthy and suitable candidate lor the
Sheriff's OUlce in the approaching
election, sit ject to the. rules of the
Being conscious of tho fact that I have
faithfully discharge I the duties oi the
Sheriff's otllco for iho present term, to
the host of my ability, an I I o'.ieving
that 1 have the endorsement of I lie mil
jorlty of the poo > of Laur ns C unty
to this end, I would i >* in announce
myself a candidate f r n -election, snb
je?;t to tho decision of the Democratic
T. J, Duokett.
Boing solid Ol by friends from dif
ferent partsof County, I announce my
s iif 1% candldnte for the, oflloo of Sheriff,
at the approach n^r Prims y El .c Ion,
and will abide tho rules governing the
B. F. BALLEW.
Tho many frioods of Ja?, w. lion
tlorjou announce him a candid to for
EJnerlff, subject to tho Demooratlo
Primiry. He has servo J aa oonatab'o
-evml yo u'd an I as Oopuiy Sheriff
on* ;enii*"[> jrformln * tha dutioj to tho
1 iti.-fao'.lo'i of iho pu die.
At the sol citation of friend*, I an
nouiico IliysO'.f a candidate for Super
visor of IVturons o uinty, subj \a\ to ths
rules of ihj Doniojiutlo primary.
U. P, A da in.
I respectfully announoe my.-olfasa
oanilidalo for ro-olooth u to tiio olllce of
County tiupot'vlftnr fur f.aureu* couoly,
subjeoc tu tho ruloi of iho Donooraiia
FI. It HUAlUlittT.
I anfiouuoo mvsi if to iho Demo
oratio voters of . aureus county, :i can
did Ui1 for Bupo-vliof, eillijdob to the
Deinocat'o primary and party rules.
.1 AM KS S. DUUJIMOND.
L?'OH M VCJHTtt vTK.
i h u'oby announce rnyso f h ?? m H ?
ilu hi I'm oo m i for Magistrate of
Liurens Town-hip. s hj ct to the Dom
Oorat c l'riin.i'y.
John M. 1-T.uuaENS.
W, V. Hoytl, Ks?|., h hereby an?
nounoe'd as a oandldato for Ma/istrnto
for Lauroos Township, subject to tho
I tamooratlo l 'rimary.
for Audi roR,
I respectfully announoe myself u can
iliihite for the OfHoe Of CoUl ty Auditor,
subject botho Domooiatio primary.
JOEL A SMITH.
I rocipi'ctfully unnounco myself ;i can
didate for re-election io iheoniooof
Ootirify Auditor, subject to the Domo
o. A I'OWKR
NO REASON FOR IT.
When Citizens Show the
There ean bo no just reas n why any
roaJer of thl? will con'lmlo tosulkr
tho toif i's of an aching back, the
anno) ai.ro of uriuiry dls ?rdern, the
daOKO'h ?f di .botos o- any kidney Pis
when r? l.i-f IB so noar at hand and the
most positive proof pi von that they
catj be oured. Read whut a Liurens
Lee Hishop, proprietor of g ihcw
store, on Mills Ptreet, Factory Hill,
sat s:''Ican from oxpoi iotoe recomineud
D?tu'H Kidnoy Pill??. My b*ck an 1 h
kidneys have given mc gicat troublo for
a long t me. not oily i - m-lii;: me un
told m'sery, b'H ?:-i>iing mo u greut
man) <' 1 '-I'?- 'J i re was a dull, tooth- A
aohe-l.ko pain ewos:autly across the
tiuall of m>- buck and nftor setting i'or
a hit 1 would Ho-trooiy get up. Sharp
shooting pains sometimes ran down one
knee and then another, and I never
know when it w.is going to strike me.
i ho seereiions from tho kidneys wero
too frequent in notion and disturbed
my rest a?. nicht, so that I would arise
in the morning feeling worse than I did
i ho night bolore. I tried numerous
remedies but did not get any pisltlve
relief from anything until 1 harned
about Doan's Kidney Pills and procired
them at tho 1'ulmet.o Drug Co.'s
store. The next day after Using them
I felt better, and I continue 1 them un
til the kidney s ce'.iouj bicotne
regular and noima', I could go to bed
and get a good night's rest, und tho
aching in my back di-appeared "
For ?a!o bv all dealers. Price 50 ots.
Foster-Mllborn (Jo.. Buffalo^ N. Y.,
sole agents for tho United States.
Remember the name?Dojii's atd
take no other.
in Jewelry as well as in oth
er things. If you want up
to-date Jewelry you can al
ways be sure of getting the
very latest aticl the most cor
rect thing from us. What
ever you buy, you can feel
sure that you are right.
Or if you have anything
that needs to be altered, re
paired or reset bring it to us.
We'll do the work well and
charge you but a moderate
<J. and W. <:. Hallway.
Schedule in effect July 17, 1004:
Lv Laurens .2 07 p m.10 15 a m
ar Qreenvilh'.."I 25 p m.1 00 p m
ur Spartanburg.. :? 40 p m
ar Tryon . 5 07 p in
ar Saluda 5 17 p m
ar [lenders invliloO 20 p in
ar Asheville . 7 l"> p m
lv Ashevllle.7 15 a m
lv Uendersonville 8 io a m
lv Saluda.S to a m
lv Tryon.'.) 15 a m
ar Spurtanburg, tu 20 a m
lv Spartanburg 12 01 p m
lv Greenville.12 15 p m 5 10 a m
ar Laurens.1 ;r> p m ... 8 10 f? m
lv LAURENS.JL 5) p m~
ar (ire ?nwood.2 10 p m
ar Augu ta .5 2) p m
lv AiiL'u-ta .10 10 a m
lv (J i oen ? ood 12 44 p m *
ar Lauren?.1 4? p m
Leave Augusa. tioin No 43, tidily
exevnt Sunday, 2 35 p. m | No. 88, Sun
? I iy on'y, 7 00 tl. in.. Hrrlve Allenda'e
I 20 p. m.; 8 55 a. in.', Charleston 7 40
pin, 1155 a in, Beaufort 0 30 p. in.;
II 05 :<.. n>.: Port Royal t> 4.0 p . in., 11 20
Pullman cars bctwo n Augusta and
Sp.irtanbu g, For Information in re
l'a o 10 rates, etc , Olli on or address,
(?. iL Gusq'ie, Ag't, Lau en?, S C ;
Geo T. Bryan, c. , 'I Ag't, Greenville,
S.O.; K nest Williams, General Pas
senger Ag't-, Augusta, Ga.
FOR OOUNl'Y SUPERINTENDENT
I r, .-poet fully announce my-elf it can
did to for ro-el otion to ihe oflice of
County Super ntendeht of Rd neat ion,
subject io Hi" rules governing tho
Charles F. Brooks.
FOR RAILROAD COMMISSIONER,
1 hereby announce myso'.. as a candi
?i-it-' for tho ofllco of Ratlro.id Commis
sioner, subject to the State Democratic
John ii. Barmc.
Greenville, s. <j.
I ? o pe. t l ull v announce myself as a
ojnd'dsto fo rc-eleotion to Congress
from the Fourth District. Subject to
; ho Democ at c I 'rlmai y*
Jos. t Johnson.
F?K COUNTY i OM MISSIONEN
The fr ends i f VV F. Bailoy rrspeot?
fully s j.rsrt? st. hi* mint' to Ihe voters of
j Latin t?fl County as rt suitable man for
the nllh'o of Ci unty Com in ssioner, and
knowing his goou business qualities
and praoi lo >l judgment feol that the of
fice will in1 in s.if.- handa in tho event
of his election.
I hereby announce myae'f a candi
dato for County Commissioner, iub?
Joct to tho Domooratlo prlma y.
Joe f.. B. Uoiirrts,
i rospoolfully annpunco myself for
re ohctlon to the otllco of County Com
mUs'oncr for Laurcns County, subject
to tho action of the Democratic prl?
1 rea| od fully announce myself a em
dida'o lor the olllce of County Com
mlssionor, subject t*> tho Democratic
prim a ry.
W C. Deik.
Oeottfo O. Hopkins is hereby an
nounced as a eiiulid.it ? for County
Commissioner, subject to the result of
tho D< mopratlo ih unary.
1 ho oby announce myself a candi
date for tho ofllco of CouDty Commts
siotior. aubjpol to tho action of tho Dem
ocratic Primary. c). CuATE Cox.