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- F. BRIGHT, Em~oN
At thelast Uiioof the Legis
laturtfan Actiwas /passedrgiving
any sehool district in the Stato the
right.to levy and collect an extra
school tax, to run the schools a
longer. period than that allowed by
the regular tax collectod for the
purpoe. This is an important
tax, s it puts in the hands of the
people the opportunity of extend
ingithe terms of their schools at a
comparatively small cost. The
Act is to be printed,'ald thousands
eficopies sont out to school trus
tees,- toachrsand others interestod,
by the Superintendent of Educa
The following is the Act as pass
ed, And it will be interesting read
86ctionI1. Be it enacted by".the
Senate and House of Reprosenta
tives of thlo State of South Caro
lina, now met and sitting in the
General!Assombly, and by the au
thority of the same; That for the
r .of establishing and Imain
taining graded or other public
schools in any city, incorporated
town or village in this State, such
city, incorporated town or village
desiring to"establish an(l:ma intai n
the same, and to receive the ben.
fith of this!Act, aroheroeby contti
tuted and declared to be separate
Soc. 2. That tho voters of Paid
school districts, who return real
or personal proporty of the value
of $100 for taxation are authorized
to levy and collect an annual tax
supplement any contitutional or
otker tax for like purposes, a)(n
'for said purposes th& trustoes of
said school districts, upon a major
ity of resident froeholders of the
age of twenty-one years and over,
shall call a public meeting of said
taxpayers at any time beforo the
first day of Juno of axy fiscal year,
which meeting must be advertised
ih a newspaper published in such
city, incorporated town or village,
once a week for two weeks, or pos
ted in three conspicuous placos in
such school district for said length
of time; and when asseiblod, said
meeting shall have the power to
elect a chairmian anid *ecretary; to
adjourn from time to time, to0 levy
such special tax not exceeding
four mills, and to appropriate the
same to such school purposes es a
majority shall see ti;: that the tax
so levied shall be. rexased at aniy
subsequent meecting: v'.a: w::hin
ten (10) days after w~d miating,
the chairman thereof shi!2 furnish
the Board of Trustees of such
school district anid the County
Anditor with the amount so levied,
and the Auditor shall enter the
same in his tax duplicate and he
shall annually, each year thereaf
ter, enter said amount in his tax
duplicato until the same is increas
ed, decreased or repealed b~y said
tax payers, at a meet ing called for
that purpose, and he is notified
that the same has been mncreasud,
decreased, or repealed, and if in
creased or decreased, he shall an
nually enter it as before; which
meeting shall be called an~d niot ic
given in the samre way and man
nor as herein provided for theecal
ing of meetings to make the l.'vv
and the giving of the notice that,
it has beon mado, and the County
Treasurer shall collect the same~ a~
other County and State taxes ; such
levy shall be a lien on the proper
ty in such school district which
shall be subject thereto, in case of
default of payment; that said tax
so collected shall be paid out by
the County Treasurer upon war
rants drawn by the Board of Trus
tees, countersigned by the School
Commissioner: Provided, That
any surplus of such levy remain
i~ng in the hands of the County
TIfoeuror at the expiration of any
fiscal year shall be paid as herein
provided, and to be used for like
800. 8. That the voters of any
school district now formed, or that
miay hereafter be formed by the
County Board of Exzaminers, whose
territory includes and extends be
yond the limiits of any city, incor
porated town or village in thi:
State, or of any school district new
formed or that may hereafter be
formaed by the County Board ol
Examiners outside of cities, incor
porated towns or villages in thi
j'State, who return real or porsona]
property for taxation of the value
jof $100, desiring to levy a tax not
exceedig Lout mills for the uses
4*~piirpos ieeinbefore eentlon.
ed in this Act, are hereby autho:
ised and empowered to levy, co
-lot, and disburse such tax in tb
same manner and upon the sam
conditions presofibed in Section,
of this Act, for thojevy, colleotio,
and disbursement of taxes for sop
arate school distiicts in cities, in
oorporated:towns, or villages ii:
this State: Provided, That thit
Act shall not interfore with any
ichool district which has hereto
Fore been created by special
Soc. 4. Each taxpayer, when he
pays any tax for school purposes
voted under provisions of this Act,
shall have the right to designate
for which school in said school
district he wishos the money paid
by him to go, and the Treasuror
shall koop a noto of such designa
tion, and the inoney bo applied av
thus designated. Where no desig
nation is mado by tho taxpayer al
the time of such paynio t, the 1mon
ey shall bo exponded las otler scolol
funds in such district.
Sec. 5. That it slIhall be the duity
of the County Board of Examinieri
as soon as the writ.en request pro
vidod for in Section .9, shall hIave
bun mado, to appoint ti ree freo
holders in said school district. or
districts to act ats trusteOs thereof:
Providod, said diistrict, or districts
he without trustees.
Sec. 6. That whenevor petition
shall be mado by a majority of tht
voters in any section not iniicl uded
in any sepairateo school distriet t(
the County Board of Exaine''r
from any county praivuig thai Oit
seotion designated by tlei Iorm v.
tablished as a seplrate scih(o(,l (i.
trict, the sid C.ou]n ty Boar oi o
E1xamiinersH art, her~ohv authiorim-t
anid required( to ei taklish shuil se e.
tion iis a sopnrate schol dist rit
anud said 'boIrd is hereylv '1o
ored to make Nuch r6gu lt ion f.m
the government of' sam1, s 1110
be conformable to Iaw.
Sec. 7. That wheiever it shai
happon hliat by ranson of tih lorvs
tion of special school districts, por.
tion of two adjaceit co(unatief
\should for conveniceo hi incild
ed in one mhool district, the Com
ty Board of Examiners of siel
counties are hrieby authorizfmd an<II
direCted in joint, conference t<
make such regulations as will enl
able such soet ion to, be es aiblishrt
into a separabo school district.
SeC. 8. That all Acts and parti
of Acts inconsistent with anyl of
the provisions of this Act hr, anid
the same is hereby rep'aled .-C'ol.
Gladgtene te Resign.
G9arm'v mirae-. urAer a ig spr~io
b'ad a.Ld in laded li*p:
have rear'n to. know. fr'mrn am.':.
ity that we ar" unable to dir':>
hut in which we have every cmonfi
dlence, that Mr. Gladstone ha d:'
cided to resign almost immel'diat(
The Popuut4 ef Virginia.
Stat11 cen tral and( XOl excuive c'.m
rnii tte~e and leadeirs of the~ Popi I
pa rty of Virgiuia hi el d a Coinfereni
hm're to -nightI and adopted an1 ad(
d mrw lomki to aL thorough reor
gar~ izatlin mf the#' pafrty. The1( oxo
enti om m,1f 1itte were Ompowormt
to) ''all a (eenv\'entionml for such tinn1
ar1,d puu asl 11 thley igh ~t (deem hos5
to dtmino thoe po'sitionl of thef part2
1'i ariff quest~iion A\ plan
\iom aldopted fori ranm n ami on~ mp(: Il )7
butionmim. onneaml' thi' amr'ot t<
ibe kept in th: m' (Mie I'mtand tin
other half to bme fo)rwaitrded to parIt~
Stato, headqumartm r-Mr. C. Ii
Pioraoni resigned thme Stnato chair
mransh ip and M r. J. II . 1i10bsor
was octed1 in his stead. Mr. RI
W. Harris tondolrodl his reisignatior
as State secretary, but his success
or wasR not chosen, and( he0 wil
continue to act for the present
Every district in thme S*tat wai
represented at the conforenco.
WVAsHINGTON, Jan. al,-Tho presi
dent sent to the senato the follow,
ing nominations: Thou. B. For
guson, Maryland, envoy extraordi
nary minister plenipotentiary t<
Sweden and Norway; John I
King, Alabama, collector of ouw
toms district of Mobile; Geo. I
Bryan, Somuth Carolina, .ollhector c
Customs district of Charleston; 'M
B. Robinsen, Virginia, collector c
customs district of Rappahanock
Jules A. Taylor, Tennessee, Un
ted States attorney for the wester
January 29th, 1894.
e Just now there is much boir
a said in political circles about ti
j terrible Third Party, ete. All th
ado amounts to nothing as usua
and is only another dish of part
There cannot bo but two partic
in Oxistanco at this timo, no mat
ter by what name they aro called
they stand as follows: 1st. Ti
Administration party who hold t(
advocate the following politica
principlos, viz: 1. Clovoland su
promo, the groat I am, tle )ool)4
not in it. Partizan zoal is the nox
very essential attributo, and a to
tal disregard for the intorost of thi
masses, while they favor the intor
est of th cISAIaSIes aigaist the mas
ses, With a very lirge I and vory
Small i, with io fixed policy atto:
the *tion. (Tiis is ontirely in
lie bosses hanidis,) viinply ondors<
thm party hoss, as Io is infailible
no rights are resenrved, only to sins
prailso t ' greot tparty Jss'
and)( hep:ip) polit i(-1!, and every othioi
Colleeivablo 1fil:0ltlllis oiliall w-il(
(are to vote tiheir himiest convic.
t.50118, (1r for })rinleil)ais rittlit'' t-11a1'
parties, () 11 ila--alil tilis we Inv,
SeOlI ali(l hoard.
Tho 2d it Ilie ailt i-adil ifistru
imln piarty, lit ulttter lv w0IaI
nkitovi, thO7 al' ft 1r thle Lg( I er1.
men 1 l li (' Col nicam I lly a(linillis
tered ill 0114 init..rest of the masstes
and1( not. the cls". I h rt,"m
lhe Orfatst od to tie 'reates
llani f>r party, aid fol'<every A mer
('aill Cith:;Cil to ( ISP wisi "II01uv
111t11 h,)1 lam't co vcto s withj(1-.-'1 A m r
Rjar. "where are you at," han
- vtn iI' eOti('t 1<102 O IF Own'
-' If yo havo, av ., yNu th1 ba1
j wh I h d - . ..
leav our0 o-i th Ari.
dum t -m rom. Vi. iti 1 :
Oril j t ' il -:1 l d it Ie
w4. rl k 1 ,,' . -- !n. Pit. c;
IflItd ct, 1 " ita. tI '. i
I0I. 151 Gltoa STei ?est ateda r
Iti: thAt ofi (nA would.
Wvthiugv (Tli. Jan. (Ntofg.-if.aT im
prtnt inew cntine inr durati
ma ms oisir to Scre
tAlo hercivu d Or reati
ohe- ioi-,wnd i n ml tht .\
lirlyI l-nt amt late pwti.ld ...,
till! nu.:iie in I 1. hassai .. la
-.ihd- Aoimn.r' Atial ;..:,.
woreek freie romn ARiod' tdi Gir
mag hut Io h-b w.s-ro taken to- t:
Afte'r t he Ctsabie D iAsting s Sof
Gaita' fh-rgr .nied r sumb-r:,to,
tilhto ti atio ~as sur t
1 (lra( t o iAd ui ml leda mabtt p
imet tohatv Cura Gaai would n (
urday tA M~iA 'la hrkcAs.
This. iblkfrfromth disptch.
inth Jid Thoplicavtiosth
thatythoylore goigre to lke
t o e ros. Adurl dat Rio
of lornsdof muh ystrdngy an nt
fted Arl adnmir tanit is 1,1
the pimer rfedt his wosalnt i
raon thona. Adialionaab
wonro repeived thatR theieses wor:
g t they iesri teykentod t
aW ht h~ue odedth Der
Aitort them.ahifotemgs so
- cultd tht Daurnisha suenrrtei
urday eey lofthe A e ricanbr i
squadxon wquId be omployod iu
the work of protecting them.
g Early. yesterday morning flve
0 insurgent tugs 1111 armed mor
H chantmon procoodod to the place
I, whoro the American vesmols were
lying at anchor and hovorod about
thom apparontly waiting for thom
S to get under way, whon they wonld
firo upon thom. Thoro was groat
activity displayod on board the
) American war ships, and soon the
) sharp tones of tho boattwainm's
I whistlo could be hoard piping tho
- crows to clear tho ships for action.
At 5 o'clock tho Detroit hoisted
hor anchors, and with shotted guns
stoamed in )eside tho insurgent
war ships, Frajar and (Ianabara,
both of which wero lying closo to
the Good News. As the Dotroit
took up hor p.sition a shot from
the Guanabara was fired at the
Good Nows. The Dotroit, at onco
sont a six pound shot across tho
bow of the (uanabara, whoroupon
the lattor v'essol roplied with what
is supposed to have been a blank
cartridge. Tho De(roit then turn
(1 0110 of her guns upol the Guan
abara and sent a small shell into
her sternpost, and was On tle pojint
of dolivoring a broadsido at the
insurgent ship when the Guanaha
ra siginlled sho would sto p tirin.l
A RiOXnMO OF DA (AM.Cs Suni.:N
LxONON, Jan. 20.--)-is->atchs
r'ceived bomro to-d av f.rom R i do
Janeiro, Idated Januarv 20, state
that tit. 10 O'clock this morning
AdUmiral d (l1ma, having opened
firo upopn one of the Aniorian war
-1 hips. a. sharp enge:lgolmenlt follow-.
, wih the rosilt th, Admlirll
(dn Gania su-rrndered.
ERUinIoud Te'4rnalin: ayem
: w Yom : Jan. 30.----'i, f,( olo -
in comu1um iention ha:s 1: UVntd.
"r I h 11 Richmod anld Danrilleo
.x . . leoItt, pmo
i. 1 c n01 Ce tal Trus:t iom
n 3C !A~man id th e-minjit..
POL ntod byo th toatin dobt
h1h1r ti, ea!'. on Drox"l. Morgan11
III 1'l a ti tm> to h: yp s g
un r thep plani oC 1, rgan':ation:.
* emen : I mail:-d to von
m wek thie ubstI1anc of an in
tlrviu-w hold by Ales.rs BUnker, (an
non anid mys~elf with the roorigani
zation commiittee uf thle Richmuond
Tlerminal Ctomp'any. I submitted
to the committee the~ commflunlia
tion whmi ch you have received, and~
not hearing from Iihem I conlu k~d
- h it mot with their tantira) ap
proal.~i I have received from Mr .
C.ostrr, the cha irm'an of1 th(e com
- tio which I i 1aso to put into~a
-y la miwe01'r ( >leott P~CI ~ J hir
. u a :t r :an..:4l o tinov
did unit,~ iin rd--to -ar onto iur
m o S ltith inVlder4) f tim111 i lmviah
bo.n aingrb~ht th-t y had it. sumgi
-e-r sibtai(la-d an urder of th a ICo
ngthe a iu~ theirr to rcononr
iie (t n orih h-hlrsof..t.s
.1. I~r lai -oltd b y s lh,- ph sigha
tte .-:yu1(itilt of tl'1i aoi-m.a
niean biili wil)i. or thea r..ti
1t Th, f lli1. i it tre iioa ..rico
Al dujrity t.;.:t tIht niyit e (m
ircumla in l f debti by theicorpo
it Co~un ang in th, lan. i.Thi
to Cottoni,- Platheil probabil~itirag
>ytcontinunto hold mall eaning
i-dn and npext yoar for tw willi
s efocitor an hefaluro fl0iixo<
itI siento of the fatll thav o
itbuon assred being thbycwill by giv
en sxitydys not of the sale oht.
r- [heroad undo the fo~erecilosuros.]
HARNESS CO LLAR
we can, and will save you from
10 to :.5 per cent. on all grades in
Never purchase anythiig in our line
until you get our prices, and a visit
to our Store will convince you that
Hedaoertors to 0003
In our line. See our 650 and $1.00
Cash paid or hines, Br1.sAX &i
T AiLO W.
Gower & Goodlett,
No. 10" Main Street,
G i-:E-NvILI.., S. (I.
Tho Auditor'4 (Iice will ix, opn
from the' firt day of January 189.1
to tho tweinteth day of 1 obrnary
89,to receivo r(i i'I of Hetun oflal
and Personial Poet orTxto
in P 'kens County f(:r thn yezar
1894. This i thoe for- the re
turn of Real E 1a1 and al1 parties
wl govern thte'nolv; accordig
tli th- not ico'.
Th Adto r or i emnwl
he at o'eh of th i'ollowilng Pro
eine Its to re(',.ivi) V.oitirns for Said
. r, :md Tlu;rs
ibIrty. Friday anid S-atuirday,;
Jrn 19. aiml v0 18 !. Tu~ 2V
Jani and 28. 1894.
Cros: l'iaisi, Wedneda, Jan.
Dietusville, Thursdav, Jan. 2.
I "al 'Tlie O I~i
Si terse ir, F'iirday Jan. e .
Pnmkii n,!.Ii.4 Iuray.T.U(42,
Eastato' rat IKin.3 oh S tor II.
Tu ' Jan.Ol" ie 1 it 90 1. eii
Si. x M AIlTh ursday, i 'hru ry,~~
i ken bi Cout uII hdae
he iaul :l all t I nov:'iI aI bu i o
yehip .uorf.h a re(X e'p rt.Iia~ied by
hy 1nor Ui0 li~O tm Loll' !!ain.i
--nt. or no rIarn isBrNTve.
NoV 27 1u3. Auditorof..
n F in pi:ly Grrib .moe
- (pj;re O'v h:00M w to ak rtrts
Ech ~nd Wlvery p~ ero wil h-aso08
bo prepr tly n handTown
Ba the tme1R Unaro rCtiniEdto
.li AiVMle betwn21ad5
. . BRYATT
Nov. 7, 183. Auitory of. CJ.
for the Lqast oney
satitt -UCL.A. Shoes are
the p advertisd than an
inc. - 10 stamping of W. L. D~ougl
Deat their aLe, Saves thousands o'
Dealers who push the sale of W. L. Diouj
inerease the saloe on1 their full line or good
timed belowe Ua a can save money by bny
t0 . o oo Upon applieaji
F. B. MORCAF
Richmiond ailid Doodile Railroad.
SAtur.:n SPE-NCe. P. W. JIloInDICOPFCII, AND
10:: FslosTREn, RE rIVCLeyIts
ATLANTA & CHARLOTTE AIR-LINE
C(onden ed s-hedule of Passe Ige(r Trainis,
In i ' :eet, I)ei-tow h i 2.1 189I.
Noniat w.3'NI). \'es.I ,iMi :st Mauii.
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For11: t .1all t information h:ss.1 t '1ioal ands
throa4. '4 .vi hr tigta lsrtes andic t ni man
Sleepin -,,. reseratinon with theal
ng0enlt v or addresi ---pl f u
WA. fT'R. .H.fAIlWC,
BWx. AV.ORE N ~b YOA. K
Geni Mr., TralleManger
$30 k $8.50 S rho p hoge
elleeog. Shoe, S ge14s.
S f9r Working en,
SQ arc 81.75 tr, Ss.
LADIE AND lilSES
s8, ea.So SaR i .
offers TOO W ter
shoes at a41 e0
o eiy he 10tVrr
*Wl 801h . them wkIa
down 0e 4 99d.
stylish, easy fitting, and give better
y other make. Try one pafr and be con
1s' natne and price on the -bottom, which
dollars annually to those who wear them.
rias Shoes gain customers, whih helps.to
I* They can afford to sell at a les proit*
Ing all your footwear of the dealoe advev,
Dne We JDOUGLAS, Drooktme Mass.
Pickens, S. C.
4, Central, S. c.
Coulnibia & oreenville Railroad
amtuiel Spencer, P, W. Hnidohoper and
Conlensed Schedulo in ElTect )eo., 24, 93
Trains run boy 75 Meridian Timi&.-.
B-wenChiarlextdni. "Navannaht, Columbia.
Seueca and Wlvalhalla.
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No 11 DaNoy.
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6.251)n Ar Wlahllita Lv 9.0Aam
5.151pm Ar (;reenville Lv 10.15au
1letween Anderson, Belton and Greenville.
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. -Iun A r ] iton Lv 11 45tmt
4 C-41111m L llon .Ar 11 30am
4 '20bi Ar 1iato n "1 (. Inmu
4 26pm " Pelzer " 11 3ani
4 .1pro " Pidont " 10 48AmL
11 .).)III Ar (rconvillI Lv 10 15am
Tro? <~'ha 1nlr-tin, darksontvill.~ Savnn.
nah. Colon ii a, Aiaton, and Spartanhur,.
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1 Tpm "' Aia"2'~n
Charen 10 8 45pm
7 : ' .'ao ville ' "10 pm
)~ 0p Ar Sav~aahr "v 40 (0pm
~ I~j4)I Coht4pi1 iar A" 1t 00pm
Ii flnaAr Ashlle "v .1 mpm
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a'caa'' nion acrv ' 12 59pm
I rao.mon' lyle "'1037tpm
'2 ~p~a'' (acnoe "II104pm
'2 i~p~ Srpaurrtasbr Lv10 4pmn
pm Ac.' r (Asevill - hLav6 e m
NoP oI.No 150 No 12.
I1~ 2Inm 3v (Sa .ICultunbl ir2 4~p 1251pma
I ('pma " Ipa New bearry "d 2 12.'90pm
:1 I0pmr " ~pn Golillej "01 011 Ii5pmua
2(15pn."loau it on ".&P 11 10pmd
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n fin tlha. nair lner A. & C.lle .
Ion Norhal b 16p in. 1 . 1.1 . 21 p
rnd 6. p2 . mn., (Vestibh'd Limitod).
o fthrbaanid, 1.52 a. m., 4.00 p'. m.. .11.87
~T'a~aae letae Grenvicl, A. & C. Diviso,1.
lo, orthbond, 1.6 p. ., 4 .310 y. m,
a nd 5.'0. 7 d3m (Vet A. & d LIite)
Sonthbnnel, ,52 n.m , l4,5 p.rm, I.28.
pk. m.. (Vest, ibue Limted).na~
Train leae Senca, . &ao n. Pl~l.C.
Souh bound, r.01 r .mand 5i.p..
Washbington, D. C,
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.~e~(Jity -- h'a Conmbi 8,o.
(S. Hr ('rcNDWCK, wArten Pa A'y
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