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WALHALLA, S. C. :
WKDNKHDilY, ?t>T. ?O, I0OO.
THE NEWS FROM SENECA.
Sad Death ot a Lillie Boy- Lieutenant Jor
dan in tho Philippines- Locals.
SKNKCA, S. C., October 8.-Tho Misses
Thompson entertained a number of their
friend? last Tuesday evening in honor of
their guest, Miss Lillie Thompson, of
Miss Olivia bacon entertained tho
younger set last Friday evening. Regard
less of tho rain quito a number wore
present and spent a very enjoyable even
Miss Ella Reid, of Walhalla, is visiting
her brother, Mr. C. S. Reid.
Mrs. L. II. Tr?bulo, after spending the
month of September in Anderson, has
Miss Rossie Wilson has returned home
Rev. Holland conducted tho services in
the Presbyterian church Sunday night.
Mi:*s Inez Dickson was sen* by the
Ladies' Aid and Missionary Society of
the Presbyterian church as a delegate to
tho convention held at Clemson last
week. Miss Dickson's paper was highly
complimented by several older members
of tho convention.
Cadets Pickett and Watson spent Sat
The interest in our free library is grow
ing rapidly, and our people are very ap
preciative of the line list ol' books that
are now upon the shelves. Several new
members were added during the past
month. Miss Helen Swann has charge
for the coming month. Miss Inc/. Dick
son is the retiring librarian, having
faithfully lilied the position for the past
month. During the library hours on
Tuesdays ami Saturdays the reading
public are to bo found in the little room.
The in tinonee of this work is very dosi ra
hie, both in a social and cultural way.
The ladies of Seneca will make an earn
est effort to increase thc funds for pur
The prospects of awry line cxhit ol'
Ho vers at tho llower show encourage
oui' llover growers to think thal the com
ing fair, to be held about the tenth of
November, will be thc best they have
ever had. Thc premium list will bc pub
lished next week.
Latest news from Lieutenant Jordan
tells of ?1 delightful sojourn ol' ten days
in San Francisco, a voyage ol' ten days
on the Paeilie to Honolulu, where tho
transports remained for three days, giv
ing the troops opportunity to take in the
delights of lavish vegetation and mys.ie
beauly ol' Hawaiian scenery. Kxqtlisitc
souvenirs in tho way ..?.!' sandalwood
fans, exquisite oriental embroidery ami
various other curios soul by Lieutenant
Jordan tell bis homcfolks that though
many weary miles apart that in mimi
and heart he is with them, Lieutenant
Jordan is and bas been in command of
bis company sine?! the battle of Santiago.
He is, tho ref oro, receiving the pay and
distinction that falls to thc share ol' a
captain, IL; stated in bis last letter that
his command would roach .Manila about
the lirai of October.
Mrs. Coleman is the recipient of an
invitation and complimentary pass to at
tend tho Convention ol' the Library and
Industrial Department ol' the Seaboard
railroad, which will be hold in Jackson
ville, I'la., on the 2-1 til ol' this mouth.
Mrs. Coleman is a woman ol' whom
Seneca should be proud, and she w ill no
doubt rolled honor on her town if she
attends this convention,
Will Watson, ol' (?reenvide, is spend
ing several days with Mrs. Clarence mil
son at the ( leoline Inn.
Miss Libel ('anther, of Alabama, is tho
guest of Mrs. Coleman this week.
(/nile a sad death was that ot the in
fants.>f Mis. Clayton, of Atlanta,
who bas been boarding herc this sum
mer. lt was an only child and none of
her relatives were with ber. Kev.
Capers Conducted I'M- funeral services,
and the body was interred in Hie ceme
tery here. The deepest sympathy is fell
for the mother by ali of our community.
Mrs. Thornley, ol' Picketts, is visiting
Mrs. F. M. Cary.
Miss lt. Phillips eaves today for At
lanta, M. ll,
lt Happened in a Drug Stoic.
"Ono day las) winier a lady came io
my th ug store and asked for a brand of
cough medicine that I did not have in
stock," says Mr. c. lt, (irandiu, Ibo popu
lar druggist of Ontario, N. V. "Nbc was
disappointed and wanted lo know what
cough preparation I could recommend.
I said to her that I could freely recoin
mend Chamberlain's Cough Komcdy and
that she could lake a bottle of tho lem
eily, and after giving il a fair trial if she
tint not Hud it worth the money io bring
hack the bottle and I would refund the
prico paid. In tho course ol a day or
two tho lady caine blick in company with
a friend III need of a couch medicine ami
advised ber t?> buy .1 bottle nt Chamber
Iain's Cough Hemedy, I consider thal a
very good recommendation for tho rem
edy." lt is for salo by Dr, j. \v. Roll.
A physician whoso name is Hell in icagh i
bas mailt! a discovery bal lobs the
dreaded yellow foyoi "i ?ts jrrors, After
many experiments, he has found a spe
edie in a serum which being administered
to tho patient proves ii porfoel antidoto
even in thc worst stages <>i tho disease.
When you have no appetite, do liol
relish your food and feel dull alter eat
ing you may know th.it you need ti dose
of Chamberlain's Stomach ami Liver
Tablets. Price 25c. Samples lice al J,
NV. Hell's |||1U? stoic.
There aie a number ol i|tiaitit copies
of tho Scriptures lu existence. Among
these is one printed in I.'.',",', in which
(iCUOSis iii-7 lillis this way: '' The eye-,
ol' hotllO Were opened and lliey sewed
iiggfl leaves together and made them
selves breeches.'' lt is called the
" Prece ht s Ibbie.''
Do not gel scaled il your heart troubles
yon. Most likely you sillier from indi
gestion, Kodo.l Dyspepsia ("ure digests
what you eat and gives the worh-Olll
stomach perfect rest. Il i> the only pre
paration known that completely digests
all ?lilSs?S of foulis That is why it euros
the WOrSl cases ol indigestion and slum
neb trouble after everything ilse has
failed, ll may be taken in nil conditions
and cannot help hut do you . nod.
.1. NV, Pell.
King Howard was haiigod at brennan,
Texas, October ?Ith, for Killin;- his wife
and Luke Taylor in a lit nf jealousy on
Kor sprains, swellings ami lameness
there is nothing so good a- Ch (Ult bot
Iain's Pain Kahn. Ti V it. sale by
J. NV. Holl.
Tho Marriage of Miss Caroline T. Koith and
Mr. John R. Andorson Solemnized To-day.
Tho rosidonco of Mr. Thomas Hold j
Koith wn8 tho scene of a boautiful and
happy wedding to-day (Wednesday, Oc
tober 10th, 1900,) at high noon, whon tho
man iago of Miss Caroline Thompson
Keith and Mr. Johu Robort Andorson
was solemnized Tho coromony was im
pressively performed by Hov. O. F.
Clarkson, pastor of tho Methodist
church, using tho boautiful ritual of
Tho homo was tastefully docoratod for
tho occasion by loving frionds-tho man
tels banked with ferns and trailing vinos,
whilo bowls of tlowors woro placed boro
and there, adding a touoh of brightness
to tho green background.
First carno Elizabeth Keith Harris
and William Calhoun Keith, nineo and
nopllOW of tho brido ; then tho bride at
tired in an elegant gown of old roso
cloth handsomely trimmed in silk and
appliquo, leaning on tho arm of her
nfliaucod husband. Tho groom, in tho
regulation morning dross suit, lookod
handsome and happy in having won the
heart and hand of this fair young woman.
The oouplo took position directly in
front of the mantol where Rov. Mr.
Clarkson, In sweot solemn words, soon
pronounced thom man and wifo.
After congratulations and best wishes
had been extended nil wore invited into
the dining room where a delightful
luncheon was served to congenial couples
seated at small tables.
Mrs. Andorson, as Miss Carrie Keith,
having a heart of graciousness and rich
in kindness, yet animated withal, has
long boon ono of Walhalla's social favor
ites, numbering her frionds by tho score.
Possessed of many womanly virtues, she
is also one of our most talented and
clever young women, being tho second
daughter of the lato Col. Wm. C. Keith,
who for years was associated on tho
stall' of Tnt: CouiilKK.
Mr. Anderson is tho popular conductor
and Superintendent of tho llluo Ridge
Railroad and has hosts of friends con
gratulating him On securing for his
bride the most charming of Walhalla's
many charming danghtors.
A special train bearing the bridal
party, accompanied by a largo number of
friends and relatives, met tho North
bound vestibule train at Seneca, where
tho bride and groom, amid a shower of
rice and good wishes, left for points of
Intorost in tho North and East.
The brid o's going-nway gown was a
lovely seal brown cloth suit, tailor-made,
which titted her graceful ligure to per
fection. Hat and gloves to match com
pleted a most stylish costume.
A number of handsome and useful
presents were received, tho groom's gift
being a lovely sunburst of pearls and
diamonds, besides quantities of Howers
from friends, attesting the groat popu
larity ?f the yoting cou plo.
Mr. and Mrs. Anderson, after their
wedding journey, will return to Wal
halla, where they will make their future
Dr. W. II. Lewis. Lawrenceville, Va.,
writes: "I am using Kodol Dyspepsia
("uri! in my practico among severe cases
of indigestion, and lind it, an admirable
remedy."' Many hundreds of physicians
depend on the uso of Kodol Dyspepsia
Curo in Stomach troubles. It digests
what you eat, and allows you to cat all
tho good food you nee?), provided you
do not overload your stomach. Gives
instant relief and a permanent cure.
J. W. Well.
S. A. McIntosh, who killed George Mc
Kinney in Abbeville county last week,
has made good his escape.
BRIDGE TO LET.
M"H 11 . County Hoard of Commissioners
.1, of Goonoo county will let to the
lowest responsible bidder, on Friday, tho
?-'.'th day ol October, 1000, at ll o'clock
A. M , at ihc bridge, the contract to
build one bridge over Stamp Crock in
Sutton's plantation. The Hoard reserves
the righi to reject anv all bit's.
J. M." Il I NNICl'TT,
Supervisor Goonoo county,
( Iclobor lu, 11)00. Il h!
Notice to Debtors and Crediton
\LL prisons indebted lo tho estate
. of .1. li. Sanders, deceased, are
hereby not ?lied to make payment to the
undersigned, and all persons having
claims against, said estate will present
tho same, duly attested, within the lime
prescribed hy law, or bo barrell.
S. I ?KT KU SA.NDKKS,
HANDY G. MAKE I T,
As Executors ol' tho bistate of J. li,
( ?ctohor 10, 1000. Il l I
Contract for Steward.
rilli E CONTRACT fm-Steward of the
1 Poor Karin, for tho year beginning
.January 1st, 1000, will be'let at timothee
ul thc Hoard of County Commissioners,
in Walhalla, S. C., to tim lowest respon
sible bidder, on the first Tuesday in No
vember. 1000, upon sealed bids.
Ea<h bidder will be required to ac
company his bill with a statement ol' the
number of bis family, and ages of his
children, As a part ol the duties of the
Steward be will be expected to receive
and work the ebaingaug til such times tis
t he Hoard may semi lt there.
The Hoard reserves the right to reject
any and all bids.
.1. M. IH NNICI TT, Supervisor.
t ?ebdier in, Peon. f (l- l I
Executor's Sale ol Real Estate.
STATE <>E SOUTH CA KOKI NA, /
COUNTY OK Ot ON wc. \
I >V vii tue of tho power to me given by
I ) the last will and testament of
Washington Oglosby, deceased, and for
the purpose id' Hie payment of the debts
ul ihr testator, as provided in and by b s
-.nd will, I will Sell to thc highest I ii bier,
in froid of tho Court. House door in
Walhalla, S. C., <>n salesday in NOV EM -
l;Ei; S'KXT, between ibo legal bonis of
air (he following described lt KAL
ESTATE, lo w it :
"All thal certain trail or parcel of
l ind, lying, bring and situate in (he
County ol Oconee, state ot South Caro
lina, adjoining lands of .lames Ward and
Ihr h'ay and Milford lauds, on a bram h
ul < I.sloe ( reek, waters of Tugaloo
Uiver, containing seventy nine acres,
inure or less, the said tract of land being
the sa. mentioned mid described lu
the deed of convoyahco of E. L. Hallen
get to T. J, Hancock, bearing dale the
lilli day ol February, A. I?. I8(I?? and
.dod in the clerk's ??Dice Eickens
District (now County) in Mesno Convoy
linen . lu. k K, Page hid. and fully ronro
senti d bj a plat lllorCOl made by Unbelt
bulb i ion, D. s., mi the stb of .lune A.
I?. I-'?'." Thc deed l<> testator is ic
corded in M osito Conveyance Oconee
county, Kook ll, Page 280. This traci of
?ami lies on tho Oak way road, in half
mile Ol Ibo town of West minster, s. C.
I ERMS OK SALK; ( ash, the pur
rb.ii ei In pay extra fur papers and
CLIFTON ll. M I KUKU,
i ^conloi '?. I he last Will ind Testftmoiil
m Washington Oglosby, deceased,
( ?rt..her 10, ID00, ll il
THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,
IN COURT OF COMMON FLEAS.
PURSUANT TO DECREES OF THE
AFORESAID COURT, til th? casos
mentioned below, I will olTor for salo,
to tho highest bidder, in front of th?
Court IIOUBO, at Walhalla, S. C., on
MONDAY, tho 5th day of NOVEMBER,
botwoon tho logal hours of snlo, tho
tracts of land below described:
lu tho cuso of H. L. Brandt, Plaintiff,
Lemuel Y. Adair and Bleckloy and Prot*
All that certain picco, parcel or lot of
land situate, lying and being in Oeouoo
county, Stato of South Carolina, from
tho Poplar corner on Cinuey branch on
Jackson's lino to pine knot corner on
West; from pine knot to red elm on Con
noross; on tho East bounded by Alexan
der, up tho creek to rock corner; hound
ed by Ifosbo on East from rock corner on
crook to poplar on tho Jackson lino; on
tho North sido by J. F. Miller, it being
a part of tract of land formel ly owned
and known ns tho William Adair land,
on Conuoross creek, waters of Seneca
River, hounded by lands of Alexander,
Hesso and othors, containing forty-livo
acres, moro or loss.
TERMS: One-half cash, balance on a
credit of twelvo months, with interest
from day of salo, secured by bond of tho
purchaser and mortgago of the promises.
Purchasor to pav for papers and stamps.
J. W. HOLLEMAN,
Master Oconeo county.
October IO, 10W,
lu tho caso of R. T. Jayncs, as Adminis
R. V. IL Lowery and Tho Seneca Bank,
All that certain pi OOO, paroo] or tract
of laud, situate, lying and being in Oco
neo county, Stato of South Carolina, ad
joining lands on tho 1st day of Septem
ber, 181H>, of W. A. Lowery, Mrs. E. P.
Lowery, J. A. Harbin ami others, tho
samo i icing a portion of tho tract of
land conveyed by R. S. Porcher to A. J.
Lowery and all of the said tract of land
which was conveyed to lt. Y. II, Lowery
by W. A. Lowery, B. L. Lowery and
Catharine Lowory on the said 1st day of
September, 1SU0, less ono hundred and
twenty-thl'OO acres thereof, sold and
conveyed to W. A. Lowery by R. V. H.
Lowery on the 1Mb day of March, 1800,
leaving a remainder Of live hundred and
thirty-live acres, more or less, decreed to
bo sold under judgment of foreclosure
in tho above entitled action.
TERMS: One-half cash on day of
sale, bataneo on a credit of one year.
Ill to l'OS t from day of sale, to be secured
by bond of tho purchaser and mortgage
of tho premises. Purchaser to pay for
papers and stamps.
J. W. HOLLEM AN,
Master OOOUOO count v.
October 10, HM?).
In the case of T. A. Davis. Plaint ?IV,
J. IV Deaton and M. E. Dcalon, Defend
Ono undivided one-half interest ill all'
that piece, parcel or tract of land, situ
ate, lying and hoing in tho county of
Oconeo, State of South Carolina, con
taining two hundred and eighty acnes,
moro or less, timi bounded by lands of
Joseph Ly los, J. J. Norton, Carter and
TERMS: One-half cash, balance In one
annual installment, credit portion to
bear interest from day of salo and be
secured by bond of tho purchaser and
mortgago of tho premises. Th;.., in tho
event of failure of purchaser to comply
with the forms of sale within live days
from ?lay of sale, Ibo Master to re-ad vcr
ti SC and re-sell said pi ?mises on tho fol
lowing or some subsequent salesday
thereafter on tho same terms at .be risk
of the former purchaser. Purchaser to
pay for pap?is and stamps.
J. W. IIOLLEMAN,
Master for Oconeo Coull ty.
October ll), 1000. li ll
Executors' Sale of Real Estate.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, I
Cm .vi v OK OCO.NKI:. j
OT1CE is hereby given that by virtue
of tho power ami direction con
tained in the last Will ami Testament of
J. B. Sanders, deceased, we will sell, at
public outcry, at Walhalla ( din t llouso,
South Carolina, on salesday in NOVEM
BER NEXT, within the legal hours of
salo, HU? following described REAL
ESTATE, to-wit :
All that COl'tain piece, parcel or tract
of land, situate, lying amt being in the
Comity of Oconeo, State of South Caro
lina, adjoining lands of .1. A. Kubanks,
J. J. Haley, J. W. Reardon. J. W. King,
R. W. King, M. F. Cain, Andrew Rear
don and others, containing seventy acres,
more or less, tho same being known as
the homestead of the said J. H. Sanders,
TERMS : Cash. Purchaser to pay ox
Ira foi- papers and stamps,
s. PETER SANDERS,
HANDY o. MARETT,
October 10, I OOO. Hil
Executors' Sale of Personalty.
HY virtue of the power and author'y
1 ) contained in tho last will and testa
ment of J. H. Sanders, deceased, wc will
sell, to the highest bidder, at public out
cry, at the late residence of I lu deceased,
near Oakway, S. C., on THURSDAY,
the 25tli day of October, 1000, af ll
?'dock A. M., the 'mods and (dial leis
bolong!tig tit said estate, lo wit :
Ono mare, ono buggy, one one-horse
wagon, ont' std ol' surveyor's instru
ments, OHO share of stoc k in (ho ('bos
well Cotton Mills, lot ol' household and
kitchen furniture, farming implements,
md tarions arti? les ol' personal property,
S. PETER SANDERS,
HANDY <;. MARETT,
Executors last Will ami 'l'est a men I of J.
H. sanders, deceased.
October In, lunn. Il..|'j
NOTICE OF ELECTION
For Stale and County Offices and for
Amendments lo Stale Constitution.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA,)
( 'HIM ^ ol' < >t <>N i t:. j
N'OTICK is hereby given that an flee
lion will be held al the several pro?
.int ts established by law in Oeouoo
ton II ty on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER
IIK10, for tho following olllcos, to-wit:
io vernor. Lieutenant < inventor, Secre
tary of State, Attorney (lenora), Comp
troller General, Adjutant ami Inspector
[louerai, Statt! Treasurer, Slate Suporill
.ondcnl ol' Education, one Itailroad Com
nissioner, one Circuit Solicitor, ono Sen
dor, two I ? e presen t a t i v?s in tho General
Assembly, Supervisor, Sheriff, Clerk of
''oilrt, Coroner and County Supci inton
ion! of Education.
Pursuant to thc ( oiisiifution of South
'molina, and the terms of Joint llcsolll
ions No. IMO and 'Mi, approved February
10th, A. I). I tn m. I Acts ot South Carolina,
?p. 570 and 571,] nu election will also be
it-t? 1 al the same time anti place for
i mend menls to tho ('oust! tut iou ol South
'molina .is follows:
Amend Set lion 7. of Ai tit le VIII, ol
ho Constitution of So.iib Carolina, Us
ollows: Add al Ibo end thereof the fol
owing words: "Provided, Thal thc linn
litton imposed by tills Section and by
Section .">, Article IA', ?d' Ibis Coiisliln
lon shall llOt apply to llOlldcd indebted
less incurred by the cili?s ol' Columbia,
tock Hill, (ballest?n anti florence,
ivhoro ibo proceeds of said bonds are
ipplicd solely for tho purchaso, ostab
isiimeiit, maintenance or increase ot
valer winks pblllt, sewerage system, gas
nul elect i ic I (gb I plants, w hero the entire
eveline ailsun; limn the Operation td
audi plants <?r systems shall bc devoted
iololy and exclusively to the muilltoil
IIICO anti Operation of Hie same, anti
vb ere Ibo question of inclining such In
lehtedness is submitted to Ibo fret hold
TS ami qualified voters of such munich
milly, as provided ill tho Constitution,
t?* a '-i .?
upon tho question of othor bondini iu
Amend tbo Constitution of Soutb Caro
lina by adding thoroto tho following to
bo known as "Arttolo I o? Amendments
to tho Constitution" : "Tbo Gouoral As
Boinbly Hindi pr?vido by law for tho oon
demnat ion, through propor oflloial ehan
uols, of all lands necessary for tbo proper
di ni nago of tbo sawmp and low lands of
this State; and shall also provide for tho
equitable assessment of all lands so
drat nod, for tho purpose of paying the
oxpousos of suoh condemnation and
Tho said Amendment? shall bo sub
mitted in Buch manner that tho olootoi'B
qualiliod to voto for Members of tho
KouKoof Representatives shall voto for
or agaiiiBt oacli of such amendments
Amendments should bo on separate
tioketB. Ballots in favor of tho adoption
of an amendment should contain tho
amondment voted upon lo full, followed
by tho word "YOB;" ballots opposed to
tho adoption of au nmondmont should
contain tho nmondmont voted upon, fol
lowed by tho word "No."
Tolls nt ouch voting placo will bo
opened nt i o'olock A. M. and olosod at
1 o'clock P. M.
Tho following mimed poisons have
been appointod Manngors of Elootiou for
State and County olilcoB and for Amend
ments to State Constitution, to-wit:
Fair Play-M C Barton, Samuel J
Crubbs, S W Lindsay.
Soutb Union-John W Sliolor, Jobu L
Heeder, M W Gibson.
Earlo's-J A Brown, J T Whitworth,
P A Grant.
Tokoona-F L Sitton, Sr, It A Mooro,
C T Phillips.
Onkwny-W T Bonrdon, J P Ellis,
Friendship-N W Grant, II E Cox, G
Sonooa-John Myora, W A Barron,
James L Griaaop.
Uichlnnd-J Paul Stribling, W T Hub
bnrd, W ll Hughs.
Westminster-A L Gossott, W M Kay,
A W Singleton.
Fort Madison-J lt JOUOB, John P
Arve. J I) Illili.
Tugnloo Acndomy-C P Walker, John
W Byles, Portman Powell.
Holly Springs-W T Chambora, J P
Ilnro, Kowlnnd Cobb.
Damascus-Georgo Matheson, P K
Phillips, II W Arvo.
Double Spring-Simon Hunt, Henry
Long, W .1 Barker.
Cherry Hill-C M Hidloy, W A Kolloy,
William E Orr.
Little Uiver-DU Aloxnndor, Joromiab
Il Cantrell, J N Nicholson.
Tamassoo-J J Bankin, T M Kolly, J
.locassco-John H Whitiniro, W II
Gln/.on?r, .lohn M Crow.
Salem-J W (?rant, lt B Robertson,
High Falls-Thoa. W. Crogan, G M
While, John S Cox.
West Union-A ll Ellison, C W Wick
liffe, Jeff I, Moser.
Walhalla-S N Pitchford, Ii ll Rim
rodt, M A JatYorson.
Newry-R A Sanders, W II Crawford,
J I. Barker.
Clemson College-Il C Routh, John F
Calhoun, A C Cordon.
On day of F.lcction tho Managers must
organizo by tho election of n Chairman
and a Clerk. Tho Constitutional oath
must be taken by each Manager boforo
ho can act , and also by tho Clerk. Tho
Chairman elected is empoworod to ad
The Manngors have tho power to fill a
vacancy, nndif none of thc Managers at
tend, tho citizens can appoint from
among tho qunlfiod voters the Managers,
who, after being sworn, can conduct tho
At the oloso of tho election, tho Mana
gers and Clerk must proceed publicly to
open tho ballot, boxes ?md contd, tho bal
lots therein, and continue without ad
journment until tho same is completed,
and make a statement of tho result for
each ellice ?iud sign tho samo.
Within three days thereafter, tho
Chairman of tho board, or some ono des
ignated by tho Board, must deliver to
tin* Commissioners of Flection thc- poll
lists, tho boxes containing the ballots
and written statements of tho result of
One of Hie abovo named Managors at
each precinct must, call upon tho Board
of Commissioners ?it Walhalla Court
House on Saturday, November ?ld, 10(K>,
to receive ballot boxes, poll lists and in
structions, and to be qualified.
S. II. M A KT,
W. W. BURLEY,
J. N. WATKINS,
Commissioners of Stale Election.
Octobor lo, moo. 41-43
NOTICE OF ELECTION
For Presidential Electora and Repre
sent nt i ves in the 57th Congress
of the. United States.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1
COUNTY OF OCONKK. i
VT OT IC IC is hereby given that an olcc
J_M lion will bo bohl nt tho several pro
ducts established by law in Oconoo
county on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 0.
limo, for nine Presidential Klootors, and
for n Boprosontntivo in tho Kifty-Sovontb
Congress of the United States, Third
( 'ongressional District.
Bolls at eaidi voting precinct will be
?pened ?il i o clock A. af. and closed at
I o'clock P. M.
The following named persons hnvo
been appointed Managers of Kloo ti on,
Fair Play-A B Marett, TliOS Isbell, A
South Union-M II Mc Junkin, T D
Marett. John B Harris.
Karie's- Woodson (Jilos, K B Karlo, J
W A hies.
Tokoona-W P Mason, John R Zach
ary, W S Brichard.
Oak way- B A Daly, John A Kubanks,
S B King.
Friendship-W W Campbell, I. o Phil
lipa, W B Mooro.
Seneca-John A Harbin, T M Lowery,
S C liiggorataff.
Richland- W 1) Stribling, K D Foster,
M C Wilkinson.
Westminster--W << Smithson, J O
I! i ley, J A Knox.
Fort Madison-J L Brynn, T A Spoil
ed', l! B Collins.
Tugaloo Acadomy-W F Hughes, O I
Walker, Bicmann Long.
Holly Springs-Patr?ele Cliambors, F.
Taylor Burton. Hardy Blackwell.
Damascus - F 1) Bothell, TliOS J Car
ler, Nathaniel Phillips.
Double Springs-I?. M Uamby, James
I. Hunter, J T Lylos.
Cherry Hill W G Hunter, Warren
K cow?, M ( ! ( 'rano.
Little Uiver- D O Sheppard, .lames I,
Talley, Josiah 1 Beden.
Tai'nassee- John B Beaty, W K Bankin,
Deo \V Cronshaw.
Jocassoe-W M Brown, A I. Whitmiro,
s I, Crow.
Salem-ll ll (?rant, W M Berry, Alox
Iliiih Falls-J ll Hill, W IC Bowers, J
West Union- Jesse C Novillo, Louis
I.?iv, J A I vest er.
Walhalla J I) Isbell, W C Biko, J W
Newry- olin M. Watson, F ll Whit
inire, Lawrence Bogga,
Clemson College-J B McCracken,
Burns Gilliaon, s W (.'ox.
The ballot boxes in tho precincts must
ie so located as to be in view of person?
nttside Ibo polling place, during tho time
if I be eleel ion.
A space or enclosure separate and dis
inct from that used by Hie Managers of
be Male Klee! ion must bo railed oil' or
dhorwiso provided at each precinct,
inder direction of the undersigned.
But one voter must be allowed to enter
my voling place at a time, and no ono
.xcept the Managers must be allowed to
?peak lo tho voter while in the voting
ilace casting his vote.
For furl hot' instruction see notice of
oininissioners of Slate Flection.
One of I lie Managers at each precinct
mined above must call upon the Board
?f Commissioners for the Fed oral Floe
ional Walhalla Court House on Salur
Iny, November lid, B?H>, to iceni ve ballot
nixes, poll lists and instructions, ?md to
WM. M. CAMPBKMi,
T. A. (J BANT,
Iu A. KINO.
Co mi. shiners of Boderal Kleotion.
Walhui?rt, S. C., October 10, WOO. 11-Li
-^1400 PAIRS MEN'S PANTSI^
From Broken Suits and Railroad Co., worth $ 1.50 to $2.00,
89cB to c? for only 89CI
HOW DO THESE
50 Fine Suits from Railroad Co., thatothors in town get
$.18.00 for ; our price.$11.50
200 Suits, worth $12.60, only. $7.50
300 Suits, worth $7.50, only. $4.00
400 Suits, worth $5.00, only. $3.25
A Full Line of
BOYS' SUITS AND KNEE PANTS.
25 Boys'"Suits, R. R, goods, worth $1.50, only. $1.00
100 Boys' Suits from.$1.25 to $7.50
KN EIC PANTS AT ANY PRICE.
A FULL LINE OF
Overcoats, Mackintoshes, Etc. H
Our Dress Goods Department
Is now complete, and we are offering some of the Greatest Bargains ever
shown in this line in the u?-countrv.
50 pieces Prints, worth 5e., only. 4c.
All tho host Prints at . 5c.
40-inch Shooting! railroad goods, only. 6c.
Chocks worth Oe, only.4ic
Tho 7c. kind at. 5c.
Fruit of Loom Bleaching.8}c.
Columbia Bleaching at. 5c.
Plenty of 10-1 Sheeting at.15c.
Canton Flannels from.5 to 10c.
All tho latest styles in. . .Collars, Cuffs and Neckwear.
We have the
Biggest Line of
in the County at
PLENTY OF THE LATEST STYLE HATS AT LOWEST PRICES.
OUR SHOE STOCK IS COMPLETE
IN EVERY LINE.
See our Railroad Shoes. They are
Women's Patent Tips, worth $1.25,
Men's Polkas, worth $1.15, at 70c.
A big lot of Children's Shoes at your
See our $3.50 Men's Shoe. It is a
FURNITURE ! ,\ FURNITURE !
Oak Post Beds at $1.25.
Bureaus, R. R. goods, worth $4.50,
Dressers from $6.50 to $20.00.
Iron Beds frorn$3.50 to $18.00.
Big lot of Chairs, Mattresses and
Springs. Suites from $8.50 to $40.00.
If you see my line we aro sure to
sell you your Furniture.
STOVES ! STOVES !
WE CAN SELL YOU A NICE STOVE AT $8. SO. DON'T FAIL TO SEE
OUR NEW ENTERPRISE. JUST GETTING IN
A BIG LINE TO-DAY.
Our prices on Fancy Embroideries j My Trunks are cheaper than you
are very low. I ever saw them.
^TEN-POUND CADDY OF GOOD TOBACCO FOR ONLY $2.50.*^
We keep a full line of COFFINS AND CASKETS. We carry all sizes, so
we can fill your order at any time.
J. H. ADAMS
POOR MAN'S FRIEND
SENECA, SOUTH CAROLINA.