NEWS AND HERALD.
THE NEWS AND HERALD CO.
dSCi .J..LhM. , . -0
Thursday. Octeber 25 - 1 100
SOME CONFLICTING VIEWS.
The Literary Digest has been pub
lishing some ot the political utterances
of prominent men of the country, and
it is interesting to note how' they dis
Mr. Wayne MacVeigh, who wis At
torney-General in Presideni Garfield's
eabinet, but supported Mr. Cleveland
in 1892 and appointed by him ambas
sador to Italy, takes a strange view:
He says: "Nor can I believe anybody
with ,ordinary common sense is in
danger of regarding President Mc
Kinley's re-election as an endorse
ment of the war in the Philippines,"
and he mentions Senator Hoar's sup
porti ig Mr. McKinley "to show the
futility of pretending" that the elec
tibn of McKinley would be an en
dorsement of anti-imperialism, "a
policy to which so many of" McKin
ley's "supporters are irreconcilably
opposed." Mr. Mac~eagh further
takes this strange view, which would
lead one to suppose that Le was a
man without "or linary common
-ense." He says: "The larger the
anti-imperialist vote for President
McKinley, the sooner will the nation
return to its true mission." How in
the name of common sense could Im
perialist McKinley tell how many
anti-Imperialists voted for him, even
if he was disposed to modify his
,views to accord with thos3 of he sup
porters? McKiuleyism is imperialism,
and a vote for McKinley is u vo!e for
imperialisn. There is tno way out of
The.- opinion of Prof. Gdorge T.
Ladd, head of the department of plhil
osophy and psychology in Yae Uni
versity, i1-quite different from Mr.
'MacYeagh. Prof. Ladd has jtist re
turned frim a trip aroaund the world,
and he declares thit "the attitude of
e UtdStates in retainig the
Philippinei entirely unj-istifiable,"
"wrong from the very beginoiing," is
"impolitic, immoral, and contrary to
~all of our tradition'." E'rof. Lad
goes on to say that -the history of
the world shows, that in every case
bjea higher (ribe was tried to sub
low 'one, the lower one
to its level," r~nd
seen n t ~ yof' our
ps in the Tn~~~
'thai, "the Philippines an
earn to govern themselves just as we
have learned to govern ourselves."
THE utterances of pa,)ers so dis'
reputable as the New York Sun can
not affect the fame of G~en. Robert E.
Lee, and indeed if his name should be
omitted from the "Hall of' Fame" his
name would not lose its greatness.
The greatness - of Robirt' E. Lee is
fixed. It does not need a "Hall of
Fame" to establish it. The so-called
"Hall of Fame" will amount to
- nothing anyway. Th' r nmes selected
show that it is peculiarly sectional, and
posterityr will noteC thia when they
read the trui histories of t bis country.
The unprejudice.l mind will put Lee,
Jackson, Forest and possibly others
-ONLY UNTIL OCTOBE R 31st, 1900.
"Oh, Say, Can You see?"
If your eye-glasses do not exactly
fit you, or you need a pair, be cure
and avail yourself of the opportunity
- to have each of your eyes fitted cor
rectly by Dr. Becker, the German ceu
list, who is now and for a short time
only att the Hotel Duval. His optical
parlor is fitted with the latest and best
Instruments known to science. No
charge for examination. The doctor.
will call at old people's houses free of
charge if they cannot come to him.
Robbed the Grave.
A startling incident of which Mr
John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the
subject, is narrated by him as follows:
"I was in a most dreadful condition.
My skin was. almost yellow, eyes
sunken, tongue coated, pain contin
ually in back and sides, no appette
gradually growing weaker day ny day.
Three physicians had given me np.
Fortunately, a friend advised trying
'Electric Bitters,' anC to my great joy
ad surprise, the first bottle made a
decided improvement. I continued
their use for three weeks, and am now
a well masn. I know they saved my
life and robbed the grave of andther
victim." No one should fail tc try
them. Only 50 cents per bottle at
-McMaster go.'s drug store. 6
All persons who owe town taxes
are urged to pay this week.
JNO. J. NEIL,
REDUCED RATES TO THE FAIR.
On account of this occasion, the
Southern Railway announcea rate of
one fare fei the round trip, pin; fifty
cents udmission to 'he fair grounds,
for.civiiians, and still lower ra'es for
nilitary companies and bra-s hands,
in uniform twenty or more on one
ticket to Coluinbii, S. C., and return.
Tickets will be sold diilv from Octo
tier 1he 27 to Nove:nber 1, inclusive,
and for trains cbedule~d to arrive at
Columbi4 prior to uoon of November
2nd, with final limit November 4th,
1900. inclusive: and for fair officials
and stock men onIY, on October 25th,
and 26th, on presentation of tickets
signed by Thos. W. Holloway, iecre
tary of State Agricultnral and Me
This will be by far the greatest State
Fair ever held, and every-one should
take advantage of the low rates and
visit Columbia on this occasion.
Southern Railway offers most conve
nient schedules, and perfect service
to and from Columbia.
Tickets wiil be sold Irom all points
in So-th Carolina: Augusta Ga. and
Savannah, Ga: also Ashville, N. C.
Charlotte, N, C. and stations in North
Carolina intermediate 1o Columbia, S.
-C. For detailed information as to
rates, scbedules, etc., call on or write
any Agent ef the Southern Railway or
That Throbbing Headache
Would quickly leave you, if you
used Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thou
sands of sufferers have proved their
matchless merit for Sick and Nervous
Headaches. They make pure blood
and strong nerves and build np your
health. EasN to take. Try them.
On!v 2.5 cents. Money back if not
cureJ. Sold by Mciaster Co., drug
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digests the food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in'
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache,Gastralgia,Cramps and
all otherresultsof imperfect digestion.
Price 50c. and $1. Large size contaIns2% time
smalsize. Book allaboutdyspepsamaild fre
Prepared by E. C. DeWITT a CO.. Chicago.
McMASTE R CO.: Winnsboro, S. C.
-An Elegahit Line of
Obear Drug Co.
$1.25 per Bushel.
MWDoty & Co
Rlecentiy added a new
department to our line of: "'hardware'1
which consists of
as 'y elI as
and a number of niovelties along tis
The at tention of the ladies espa:ially
invited to this dtepartmnent. which is
in charge ',t Miss Laura Gerig.
Come early and make your~ :electin.
J. W. SEIGLER
I hereby give notice that I blve
opened an office in Winnsboro. I
shall occupv the same offlee as the
Judge of Prroc .', and when my
services as ce r' az needed notice
may be give u at said offle.'
GEO. S. HINN ANT,
Coroner for Fairfield County.
in uo for o-ce- 0 v. >,z ~
62 , A/ atAllow x
All Conaterfeits, Imitations it
E re ineints that t-" vith
Infants and Cildren-Exper
What is C
-.oiaL is a harmless subs1
-:c, -ops and Soothing S
nleither opium, Mo10
ee Its age is its gua
r..eves Teething I
. l Bowels, giving
n Use For Ov
I.f~ f.4TAUR COMPAP"V. W
The Easy Running
The most modern Sewing
yRange o orand
Dealers wanted in unoccu
pied territory. Correspon
dence solicited. Address,
J. HI. DERBYSHIRE.
Women as Well as Men
Are Made Miserable by
Kidney trouble preys upon the mind, dis
courages and lessens ambition; beauty, vigor
* .~,.and cheerfulness soon
c - = disappear when the kid
-neys are out of order
Kidney trouble has
- become so prevalent
rthat it is not uncommon
- for a child to be born
/ \ 4 afflicted with weak kid
- neys. If the child urin
* ates too often, if the
urine scalds the flesh or if, when the child
reaches an age when it should be able to
control the passage, it is yet afflicted with
bed wetting, depend upon it. the cause of
the difficulty is kidney trouble, and the first
step should be towards the treatment of
these important organs. This unpleasant
trouble is due to a diseased cordition of the
kidneys and bladder and not to a habit as
most people suppose.
Women as well as men are made rnis
erable with kidney and bladder trouble,
and both need the same great remedy.
The mild and the immediate effect of
Swamp-Root is soon realized, It is sold
by druggists, in fifty- -
cent and one dollar
sizes. You may have a
sample bottle by mail a
free, also pamphlet tell- Nomne or swaarp.neet.
ng all about it. including many of the
housands of testimonial letters received
from sufferers cured. In writing Dr. Kilmner
a Co.. Binghamton, N. Y., be sure and
rnention this 'naoer.
OFFICE OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS,
Winnusboro, S. C., OcXt lI' 1900u.
Notice is hereby given 'hat a meet
ng of the Ibrd of Control for the
Jonm: y of Fah fiehcl will be h,,d ina the
>flice of ('ounty ComnminionePrs tor
aid Coun-y on the 1st day of Novem
Jer next, at which mneeting applica
ion- for the position of County Dig
>enl-er at Ridgeway wiil be consid
All applications for said po-ition
uaut be on fi!e with the Board at least
en days before said date.
W. M. CURLEE,
ULYSSE G. DESPORTES,
J. N. BROWN,
10 11 -1 Board of Control F. C.
>ught, and which has been
as borne the signature of
s been made under his per.
:pervision since its infancy.
o one to deceive you in this.
id "Just-as-good" are but
aid endanger the h of
ence against Expe ent.
Ltute for Castor , are
yrups. It is Pleasant. It
rphine nor other Narcotic
rantee. It destroys Worms
cures Diarrhoea and Wind
roubles, cures Constipation
es the Food, regulates the
healthy and natural sleep.
re Always Bought
er 30 Years.
IAAV YVktfT. -,J V
50 asres on7 Me reek, bounde
by lands of Colemin, McCorkle an
205 acres, kuaOfn as the "Fogi
Place," bounded- by lands of Rich"
Matchatt, Timbo Singleton, estat
L. A. Davir.
194 acres, known as the "Olive
Sloan Place," bounded by lands a
Ragadale, Macfle'and others.
140 acres known as the "Bolic)
Place," bounded by lands of Williford
Bolick and F. O. & F. Co.
543 acres, known a the "Boy'
Place." bounded by lands of H. E
Refa. Patrick, Gerig and otbers.
342 acres on Jackson Creek;boundei
by lands of W. M. Hardin, Ragsdal
andi D. Y. Timmns.
115 acres in Long'town section, noi
occupied by W. T. Stewart.
Hcase and lot in town of Winnsborc
now occupied by. Mre. M. E. Si'
1,166 acres,- known as "M&iddlesi
and Wolfe Places," 24' miles froz
2,000 acres, known Horseb
ae," 5 miles ro
E288 ac P EnU
onded. y. I P*i U
De.Pertes an '"Bones Place
327 acr f W. H. Flen
bounded .DtsWsY nga
968 acres in Townshi No. 4, 2 mik
from Winnsboro bobddby lands c
H. G. Wylie, "Middlesix " and "Bont
Place." ' '
Unless disposed of et private sal
by Mr. T. K. Elliott, (these lands wi
te offered at public sale before tt
Court House in Winnsbord the firi
Monday i's Decemiber, 1900.
Terna . O.zie-fourth .'cash, balancei
fve equal annual installments at 7 pt
cent annual interest. '.No 'eharge -f
B. L. ELLIOTIT, Admr.
I have a nice selection jus
opened for inspection from whiel
to select your Christmas Presents
SLEEVE and COLLAR
and FANCY GOODS.
Also, nice presents in C'lina
rind Rogers & Bros'. Celebrated
Plated Wares, as cheap and relia
le as they dan be bought any
Call soon and make your sa!~c
C.I M"*. Cl-e iler
New Supplies c
Are daily arriving at our Food Em
porium. Thrifty louFekeepers (i
take to our
oob8 an pDicesh
as naturally as the village youth are
attracted to church by the girls. It's H
like studying a book filted with a
tempting bill of fare to look over ou p]
procession of specialties for the table.
One Barrel No. 1 Mackerel (new ti
catch); Forbes' Sugar-Cured Hams,
fresh always in stock; Fresh Cream J.
Cheese, at 17je per pound. A fine
line of Canned Goods, Pickles, Mus- Si
tards, Sauces, etc. Also Coffees, Teas,
Spices and many other good things too R
numerous to mention for want of
space. Call and see us at the o!d J,
J. D. McCarley & Co. P
SOT HERN RAILWA%. it
Osatral Time at Jacksonville and Savahnah.
Eastern Time at Other Points.
Schedule in Effect June10 194
v._~ORT0UND. X14,.84 Q
SJacksonville . .. S -.
sa aun so. . ..... . . . 8
" Blackville .... ............. 421 28
" Springeld ............... . 4 " 51a p
Sally ...................... ...... 45
Ar. Columbia ............. ...- 605
.Charleston, (so. RY7...... ...... 00
" Summerville ............. ------ 14a
Branchville .........--... ...... 855 15a
" Orang g .............. ...... 923& 50a
4 ................. ...... 10 5 480 Co
Ar. 0 1 ba ................ ...... 11 We 5556 c
a v.Augusta, (So. Ry.) * M 8
. l ............. 245a 8 .
- Aik e .................... 315P . E
v.Trenton ............~..~ 0 I5
Johnston ........... ... 520 4 a
r..Columbi, . .D.)....... ... M
fLr. Coumia dg ... 9 30a
" Winnsboro ..............
" hester ........ ...........
. oDanv ill .... ........ -8
.. o ....... ..
n ....... ............ .. e
e . .... .... ..... a
- )' - .
r 4 - -----
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... .......... ?
h . .............0 9
" $pI...... 1
. ........ h 00
" u m e v le .. . . . . .. . . .
Jeston ,.......... .. 81 __
Columbia (SO.By.)~~ ~~.
" a eld ..........J ..1
"...... ..... 1 800 (
*Trains 40a44(mjed ecept Stnla3
azjiosd dpxrm mbarg.
Sleepinag Car Service.
4al~asnger service between
ta an ,~ rk.
ton and 'lw rk.an
sleeninl oars tween Ca t n
od. Diig oars betwveen arlotte
o.t35 zid86-U. S. Fast 141. Taoa
llmean drwf~room bufftet nC~b
een Jaovle and New Yr
sicg cars between A
1Cd~ g ~raserve l
acrs bothben J
e~~l eritdaily betwe 3 e
?ll and U,ta fsheville.
, zD. C. W gton, D-.'C.
A. S.H. HARDWICK,
Gen. Pass. Ag't.. As't Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
Washington, D. C. Atlan , Ga
e~ Attention T
NOW IS THlE TI\IE TO BUY
OUR STOCK OF HIE.AVY G llO
ceries is no~w complete*.
We cater specially for the farmer3'
trade. WVe know what they nieed, :nil d
are prepared t iim ve themn an" a: bot
Wie also carry a nIice line of abelf
SHOES, IIATlS. '.)
DRn GOODS, t
ani NOTIONS, s
adivyi bing usna? I!y found a'c
CiGoods deliversui to our~ city re-'e o
Come andt see us.
W. R. RABB & Co
Cure Cold in Head.
Kermott'.s Chocolates Laxative Quinine, easy
to take and quick to cure cold in head and sore
)R PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS.
,ND REPRESENTATIVES IN
THE 57111 CONGIRESSOFTIE E
ate of South Carolina, t
.ounty of Fairfled. C
Notice is hereby g;ven :bat ai elec
>n will be held at r h ave- a! preci tc.s
tablished b law i - Faiirfield ount,
i Tuesda' Novemi-er 6, 1900, f.r
ue Pr st tintial E'etoirs, aattl fier 2
lprebeLatiVe in the F!'t3 Sereiaib
)are:-s of tot Unit. d1 Star -, Fn -h
nures-'mial Di-- ric'.
Pti -: aLt-I eac ;1o i1 1-t cil el M 11 lie
e_ , vt 7 irk .. .a
A bi n R S: - i ' .he
on,': i )a .g .. a
Cent!rville Scheoi 1 11 e-W. l
ogan, David Brai-ham, Thop. iollw.
Blythewood-W. J. agood, Hum
irey Brown, F. E. Hood.
Feasterville-H. C. Coleman, Mar
a Beam, M. C. Boulware.
Gladden's Grove-J. M. Higgins,
H. Hall, S. H. Lumpkin.
Horeb, at Hawes' Store-J. M.
:eele, A. L.iScrugs, N. D. Roberts.
Monticello-J. D. Aiken, T. J.
abb, W. J. Burley.
Ridgeway-Olin Sawyer,M. Simons,
Winnsboro-J. A. Hinnant. Henry
hillips, E. G. Scruggs.
Woodward-T. M. Boulware, Jno.
. McKeown, H. A. Holder.
Longtown, at Jenkins' Store-Saml.
IcCormick, J. E. Stewart, T. J. Rob
Bear Creek-M. L. Cooper, Chas.
[eins, Clifton Duke.
Greenbrier-S. W. Broom, J. L.
authen, W. P. Blair.
Jackson Creek School House-W. J
,emmon, John Brroks, T. M. Jordan.
Jenkinsville-J. C. Curry, J. fl.
'arborougb, J. A. Stanton.
Oakland -Woodward Durham, P.C.
[ellichamp, John Gibson.
The ballot boxes in the precinct
inst be so located: as to be in view < f
ersons outside the polling place dur
ig the time of the election.
A space or enclosure separate and
istinct from that used by the Mana
ers of the Election, must be railed off
r otherwise provided, at each pre
ict, under direction of the under.
But one voter must be allowed to
nter any voting place at a time, and
co one except the Managers must be
llowed to speak to the voter while in
be voting place casting his vote.
For further instruction see notice of
:ommissioners of State Election.
One of the Managerb at each pre
inct named above must call upon the
3oard of Commissioners for the Fed
ral Election at Winnsborc, S. C., on
be 3rd day of November, 1900, to re
eive ballot boxes, poll lists and ia
tructions, and ta be qualified.
.H. E. KETCHIN,
. . W. J. L.WEIR,
,C. S. FORD,
Commnission f ral Election.
OF HARTFORD, CONN.
Agenichy at Winnsboro,S.C.1
Any business man would blush with
hame if caught paying even 10 per
en., not to meution 20 per cent~ to 30
er cent., more annually than market
rice for their standard stock of goods
-20 to 30 per cent. more then other
Why buy life insurance that way,
If you are carry ing insurance or
ontemplete doing so, it will pay you
o read carefully the comparisons of
be Aetna Life's rates and guaran tees
ith those of the tour other leading
The differences are stariling~.
We will sell you a polidy full paid fi
5 years, for less than those.companies
vill sell you one requiring 20 pay
nents to become full paidl -over 5 en
ire prer'u-ns guaranteed saved, and
be coct in the Aetna will be reduced
>y anbual cash dividend'.
Should you be forced to lapse your
>olicy throngh misfortune, or have no
urther use for the insurance, we will
xtend the policy for its full face for a
anger period'" or give you greater
aid-up or cashl valu~e than they offer.
W HY NOT INVESTIGAT E?
The Aetna is, as you know, o'ne of
be oldest and strengest life insurance
ompanies in the world.
IT WILL PATYTOU TO INVESTIGATE
T. K. ELLIOTT.
OU KNOW THAT THIS IS THE
rason to look alter your windows? If
elthsthe wind will find your.
rindows out -nd make it very uncom
>rta,!e for you. Don't forget to;
lim looke d after and zhave the rep~drs
ne early. And if you finid aniy
'okn, lost tr .Moh U. we canl return i
em nior catch the thief, but we en
11 ',on the gbuts to replace them as
aas aniy onie in this part of thc
D.n't forget, we -ell G~ass. Pt.t'y.
, Pant' at d Vatrrish, , all the -eme
Rourts for windows z
. H. McMaster1
NOTICE OF EEIO
OR STATE AND COUNTY OFFI
CERS AND FOR AMENDMENTS
TO STATE CONSTITUTION.
tate of South Carolina,
County of Fairfleld.
N->ice ishereby given that ans ekc
on will be he!d at the several pre
nets estrab ished by law in FaisfieId
,cunty, on Tuesday, November 6,
900, for the follawiug ofiices, to wit:
xovernor, Lieutenant-Governor, Sec
etary of State, Attorney-General
'omptroller General, Adjntant aA
'pector General, tate Treasurer,
;aue Saperintendent of Educationi
oe Rhilroad Commissioner, one Cr
miL ;o,-citor, ote Senator, three Be
etialtives in the General Asseby.
'npervi-or, Sheril', Clerk of Court, A
.ounty -nperiutendent of Education.
Pursuait to the Constitution of
)outh Carolina, and the terms of Joint
leolutions No. 40 and 341, approved
?ebrnary 19th, A. D. 1900, (Acs of
'ont b Carolina, pp. 370 and 571], an
lection will also be held at the ssae
ime and place for amendments to the
,onstitution of South Carolina, as
Amend Section 7, of Article VIII,
>f tbe Constitution of South Carolina,
Ls follows: Add at the .end thereof
the following words; "Provided, that
,he limitation imposed by this Section
and by Section 5, Article IV, of this
Donatitution shaH not apply to bonded
indebte- nessincarred*by the cities of
Columbia, Rock Hill,- Charleston and
Florence, where the proceeds of said
bonds are applied. blely for the per
ehase, establishment, maintenance or
increase of water worke plant, or
sewerage system; and by the city of
Georgetown, when the proceeds of
said bonds are ipplied solely for the
purchaise, establishment, maintenance
or it crease of water works plant,
sever, ge system, gas and electric light
! an, w'here the entire revenue aris
ing frun the operation of soch plants
u . tems shall be devoted solely and
eiuusively to the maintenance and
operation of the same, and where the
question of incurring such Indebted
ness is submitted to the freeholders
and qualified voters of each munici
pality, as provided in the Constitution,
upon the question of other bonded in
Amend the Constitution of South
Carolina by adding thereto the fallow
ing to be known as ? Ancle I of
Amendments to the Constitution":
"The General Assembly shall provide
by law for the cnndemnsation, through
pioper official channelst, of all lands
necessary for the proper drainage of
the swamp and low lands of this State;
and shall also provide. for the equita- A
ble assessment of all lands so drained,
for the purpose of paying-the expenses.
of such condemnation and dralnage.
The said Amendments shall be sub
itted in such manner that the electors
qu.aliied to vote for Members of the
House of Representatives shall vote
oi- or against each of such amend- -
Amendments should be on separate
tickets. Ba~lts in favor of the adop.- ?
tion of an amendment should~ contain
the- amendment voted upon In bJI( A2
followed-by the- wvord "Ya"*Rotal'-T'
ati o'co P N. - --
The fowing hamd pron~~.
beet apentid Mansgeisof Eleft obs
tor.State~ and County oflee.- aidI
amendalen's to State Con~isatioh, o
SAlbion-W. L 'Rosborough, Sr.,
T. S. Brice, C. 8 Brice.
Centt eville School Houae-W.- T.
Miles, H. R Eistler, James Likes.
Bly thewood - Clark Langford, 0 B.
Bone:, Joo Wooten.
:Feastesville-W. W. Crosby, Ches
ev C. Boulware,- James Sterenson.
Gtadden's Grove-J. W/ Kelseler~ '
E. G. Mobley, J. M, Higgins. -
Horeb, [Haves' store-A. J. Brown,
J. W. Clark, N. D. Robert".
Monticello-8. G. Mchieekin, Fi. C.
Liip , J. H. Aiken.
Iigeway-L. L.. Bolick, Chi'. K.
Winnsboro-Jno. H. -Neil. J. W.
Bolick, W. M. Cathcart.
Woodward-J. A. Stewart, J.C.
Lewis, T. W. Brice, Jr.
Longtown. at Jenkin'g store-A. W
-Maheon, -D. 'W. Tidwell, B. B
Bear Creek-E. HI. [Heins, 10. W.
Kennedy, P. H. F'lanigan.
Greenbri-er-8. T. Castle, Press
Blair, Jet Dellenaey.
Jackson Creek School House -W. L.
Kirkpatrick J. N. Pope, John Turner.
Jenkinsville-W. B. Yarborough,
D. L. Glenn, Sr., C. D: Chappell.
Oakland -D. ti. Robinson, J. C.
Willingham, John Hollis.
On day or election the - Manager.
must organize by the election of a
Chairman and a Clerk. The Constitu
tional oath must be taken by each
Mana'ager before lhe can act, and also
by the Clerk. The Chairman elected
ik empowe~ed to administer oath'.
The Man agers have the power to LI
a vacancy, nuati if none of the Mana
gers at'enad, the citizens can appoint
rom: among she 'qnaifed voters the
Marager-, who, after being sworn, can
conduct she election.
At the c!ose of' the election, the
Mnsgers and Ch-rk must proceed pub
lily to open she ballot boxes and
Const the ballot therein, and constinue
with.out, adj->urnment until the same is
coiople ed, and make a statement of
te resolt of each office and sign the
Within thr e days thereafter, the -
Chirzmas of the Bone d, or some onse
designsacud by she B4.rd, most deliver
to theiCommi-.;e'sn<. of Election the 7
poll hst -, the boxes cous'ainli' g the bal
lots and wrilt- n ehat-mens of the
reesl of the eleccion.
O..e~ of sbhe above Manager- at each
ecct .'ut call upon the Btoarolt of
Comissioners at t lee k ofi tcurt.'
fflce, uA ;nnsboro,. 6. ('., on the 3rd -
da of Novems%-r, 1900, to r. ceive bal
st b xes, poll .i5ts an.l in-t ructionas,
nd ro br qualified.
T. W. BRICm;.
A. E. DAVIS,
R?. 1). BOLICK.
0 20 4 im-UIahio--ers of lElection
MONEY TO LOAN
Ons Im'proved Farma seen.-ed bi Artst
norgges. 1Iterest. 8 per cent. (a
amsa not less than $500,. 3 to 8 y ears. -
lo commfrissions. Boa ower pays 'a.
A. 5. & W. 1>. D W
or J@IIN . _
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