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fhe People's Journia
T. C. 1IOB.INSON, Editor.
PUBLISHED EVIgY THURSDAY.
Subscription One Dollar a Ye
Entered at the Post Office at Pickens
'T'IllS)DA Y, MARCH 14, 1895.
It is woiderful how the pool
of this StIto will divid', abo
tri Ies. They scom either to lI
in formation or to persist in havi
their own ways and plans, carri
out to the lotter. The C Ions -r)
tives can got togother on nothi
and the same spirit has taam p<
se5Sion of the Rtefor'nmers. Tlh
aro three listinct factions aim
the Reformers and1( each one is <I
timi ned to ru l( or 11rin. It is
pity, that th politicials will I
allowed to conifuse 1 peoplo Ill
keep up1) enidhw:is discord and 0i
Among the Reforwmers i lhy al
Wilson areo irrevoncilable a11)(1 m
(1onpIomiising towNards the Cose
vatives, andl advoeate a fight to ti
finlish. It cailot hw deied that
got)d I(lv 1111111be of (oJiter Reforie
are ill ie a l HuPn10 1 aid I n0 il
dispose(d to hrust the Conservativi
inl 1ol ities. THm JOURNAL ConlfPS
o 10) a iiillar feeling, aldwa(re al
fil, Coun1(1ties inl thle Sia116 as fori
11arl, Is Pickenls inl 1 ing :11d i
proter1q. thoimselves, against desim
"'44 'ik.(tMOn. back bIy nogr
haotl;d, rbby eea.~
t a1 41h1n I I ilim %V. Ii war wou'
tio thing N w mlwNi . ,t s in-h i
114,i1l4 cal s . i dt'1 he i fe
Il~e t Ci tiziho b 'lllih' to 1the app,-t
Tu Jiel x^.n lises thil wIi
vern 1 -:Evans' injt\rvie, uhic
C1-1 1dditi l li(ghl i n theo pn
ioi eC onclI i ll h 4 1iao ofh 1 m W a,
tions.i Tao c Il a i skl 1 tsre 1"<
118 I'ltl AWI 114 L 1 (3 in Ii
m togivethat inltviow a e rf
OxN.11iinationl .1and 11specially thl
"gt "ni(4n t ren i d aia ( . ill, on f
4i44lipii ;S Ilighi j li1)5ll $C1'
A thw seholnli, w hich a trie( anl
paliotic cition 1) i h e ime <
21d i i 1 srpl io, that. -oll <
thle Iading Reformerll1 s wVll sti
"11SO hillh a . 1er an1d honorah
waye cof byigine tljhe pepleto
er.I it Si notlihl a i (mie im xet
tha thmeo the Coevhrvatire l
cblo th a. ''an lagia', V
dld cal)iP(ryI ini slinh avirai
see m tok (otl1) (' t thmme 411
euationg litl afhiermnn Pgo,
iramEdto Thicondat ast doch
raion 01( menl, who ihprve aw
"Tgead hihCojiains i110)11(1
:ofnhemii tforlarm fn the ist
h"f Mhibn Eupenain NWSout
tharolno:nd tow s whih tismo
til consideradtio, itd uiteo
make a ctittisitdto:
"Aniusof all ntru iSouthe Om
hernsy(Iclaia (N.e C. Hcu t
Jino upoe A fhler lthe (yfef
of yoaswast tol)1nd. ant uvina
iby tostary the Rtorybling thr
Edi torn Shipa .1)0 trdiscard0d I
name 1nd pcam, to' oroh
Abe l ot the Brovardf Hutl
thassigns to takiogson f o]
chantsg han "Tasyvanita tw
togroad, n tshe wasd makirt
cocael paperof itoit shoul hae
woterwsa ackprvd spin. andeo
Thy CoumebDi tein thin
whiche tonokinplge the Codur
h*Al Jorl,' ton hon'firstho.
ago, an Coubassol
prou tohav suha exon
G .EVA PVI3LJSHVD Tij
lie (4peahs Out. t and Gives N*U
Iua*restink Fict. am to the-Con
rvetion-Fa:'orm the M91ssyll
a r1 1b lil 1 1o~i r I t r ' i~ s o f 1m1s i
Govornor Evans yostorday can
down to Ili, offico having 81)ent 11
efirst day in tho city since lug tri
t;North at the Manisioni attending I
ek his col'roilidoInco. He coluscntc
ngto ta1111 and said:
ed "I1 sup111)05 you OXI)OCL to fill
,a 1110 Ii11 i0(i liccoidi ng to the 1)1R
of Ii(( pnI(s34. XWeII, 1 1111 not, I ai
sorryI' to stay, but 1I thiniik that In
bne C41S0' 1is not Jl0I)Ol03Is. 1 saw it grut
11,11N 4i t tract iVo Young 1aidjos, I)n
-N-* -ero ill tihe great educationa
L1B I) IIly and1( I'34)t011 i (,.iig thow
selvuOIV ill tho arts ai31( doiesti
1- 1011 to'l~l b( ecoiiio 1110p01'I10i1
341"I o f 1mall. \V0 have gluil)C(
d 1gnbaut (1(313 of inIformllat in as t
~-the i lidlist i'ol Sceo1 1'I wmlilel
an uid I ainn St1110 will he eiiaibledt
S*1(3 tIlie Atab3( t imuisaiids (4 ilol 1131
aill Uwi jpliopw Iiiuiiclting of'our ceel
hbr( Ie.11 ;dI~w(k HH L
A1 4'\\ii.' (his tHc ')III\, (0)e l o
lii t?' was as3iw((I
'' >No I w('hlt, '01 sC(( 11m ComihIs
3i'110'I (dI it(.F11111 NIf-voeim3E ill -f
(TIelc"(h iilie 1)ispelwl-Yr. 'Tlen
( ~i .1 disjimsit ill?, i1ts \'()i kiiou', (1i
l( 11 ( () j)F-j-luhive th i lit(' (sd wtorhi
-its3 to mill. law 1(11(1 ;Ill -.13(liler otl
1(101(1 Ilie 44iiC1l'38 ill Wai34ingi11
I epl iniig Ilawi~ aindi its pfi
(i,; u ld ~-Im i dl3illlly ilg(l ariing 111
will sa( m, c-Am i-ai, ilerestl
.11 F .1 311 1 ~lit; (11-4-i 4 I il ~l(.34 V1(is
oV('V it is 1111't(0d. It will bu
ii tpt- 1(llel13'11Y l l11( Slt1t3 ill a tell\
n('33 ari11% dw Ii'' )dict 101.
In \.. VeYom read t It.e it Urv iows ()I
kY(-S8,I)( in inyi-et11313 yesteridlly
I' I 133133 gn-ilt 13I V ii-ised tit, Sviiato,)
I- kil P('111- I w i 1.I S0(_ b13iied ha T iil
Efroma to pnsorvatives, and wli
are m iih4 and soloinly pledp
themOlves to what we desire pi
in theOngt4ution. When this
done cam Ne~sok for uioro? Thte
have .been tied to a political corpk
and thqy are crying who shall dc
liver.. us from the body of thi
e death? and we should not be dev
is to their appeals. Those non mm
p go beforo the pooplo like the rm.
0 of us and advocate the demands '
d the pooplo before the primariec
and if the Peoplo see fit they wil
d elect thom ; if not, they will sta.
at home anid axccorpt the results.
n "CAll this talk about Sonaito
y Tillman and myself agnroia.g t
div:do d(llegation s is llad upon
misun(lorstulding of the facts
Tthe conforeoco was bound to noti
ing except- as indivi(lual Domo
crats, timd not as Roformers o1
e Consor.a t i vos. We (istinctly ha
it undorstood that iiothing but
our inidividlual opions were ox
pressed and wo would on(oavor a
Domloer at to go before the poople
in the prinw.try 1lection an i advo
cate a o0 -- san convention.
WO do 0ot (1eritie ot heri's for1hav
nog di i'erelt views; it is luman.
BIt after i all tho j)oojpIlo are tlio
ulges aindi they will be goverined
by wN'hut the y holievo to ho right,
all1(' pr<>por 1'-)r theuir owln protec
ion. Conventions and caucuses
ill ColiIIumlia of (isgI'uitled poli
ft i1115 011d wollId-bo Iimltdrs, wNI)o
oItr a I I 'mltilig to hoodwink tle
peope um~r ho guiiso of' pat-riot
ism and laoe will be repudiated
ais pr-U'jluu omagoguevs,
Nil et ilvei-it >n en,-I il rame aI pol ivy
for the var'ious counties of the
State. W hA t is best in Charleston
uaty not ho best in Aiken, and tle
on1ly way to accomplish anything
is to let ,ach county act for itsolf
al let itoso wh* really want a.
conv(I ion of patriotic ci t'zonis
tako the stumilp inl their respoetivo
co1ntiies 11111d work for this result.
Any elnort. to forostiall the people
by convenitionl will he promlptl~y
repoll( d. y..'u may rest. aissu1re(l.
"i1anvo you any ob jechons to let
ting the people know exactly wha
was done at the conference witlt
Sonator 'Til I man and yourself?"
"Cer'tainly not; ospecially al
our motivi's have been questioned
. N.ither : & na t-_r TLillman--A_ nor my
seslf, t' any othercis of the con fer
e once, will recede fromi w~hat wo be
l iOve to beh best for 0our peopjle
H loro .is t he agr'eomon t; ;you mU11
1bl)U~ish i t:
" We, the 11mdor1signled ('itizens~
Iof Soau b I Cai ri'nai, desiring ia'ost o
t-. pr'(eent a b)1tter factionial fight
for con! of thie const itutional
cone11o, wit (it 1(3inevitob le ap
1)eal to) thle negrio, after a carofnl
considteration of te conidit(ions
and11(.WW c n' liig inltocrest of all our
- peoplo, hind1( ourselv'os toe advocatec
. bofore the white Domnocrats of the
.Staito the following scheme:
o for itself, as$ (.o the quetstion 0
n electionu by primaulry or otherwise
.0 as doomed best by tihe count'
s. D~emocratI je excujtivo conun11i ttoe
Is shall as1 near11 as5 possiblo givo onel
>t faction (eqiual repre1'sentation in hi
- whole conivenion.011
'r '"Second. That tile malnagor'
t- and1 clerk of such primaruy (electio0
II1) be equal ly d ividedl bltwon th
d1 fact~jions apd( that aill persons par11
1icipat ing inl thle san11.h take a p)lodg
I, to abidlo (lhe rosult and11 suppor't th
Is niomiines of thoe genoal election
1- Or 'here the nomlination is mad
othierw iso tha byii the pri mary
.pledg'od in liko mannerIti1 to suppor01
(d such noinee1t~s.
I. ''Third. That it is un~der'stCo(
o that t he following pri'nci ples om
o basic conditionsH shall1 go'erni thli
i- olectijon of legates Wo whiichi bothI
g sides ar'o pledgod:
g ''(a.) No while manll to~ be dis
-s fr'anchjied excepjt for' eiiel..
1 "'(Ib.) Such qui icaeitions of suf
.rgeas will gularan tee whiij su51
f "'(c.) A constituttioni of prinbci
I plos and( niot deain 'g with legisla..
. ion; bu11t leavinrg to t ho begisla.
Liurio full ('011trioI of the I free sc heels
anid requJ11ir1ing te L.egislaituire to
liherally support01 tihm.
"(d.) 'The C'onstitution when
adopted not to be sulbmiitted back
- to tl e people.
- "'B.. R. TILLJMAN,
.1 "JOS. WV. BARN VELL,
a - '9NO. T. SLOAN, JR.
- "i.. C. UJEMPgiLV
"GE(*O. S3. hiV
"JNO. GAR~Y I4NANS,
-"IRA B. JONESi,
" Sw. C. McQOWAN,
o "ALTAMONT MOSES,
e "I will say, however, that w(
Lt bad not intended publishing this
s without consont of all parties t<
y the agreeont acquiOscing, but :
o am sure thero will be no objectior
- as our onomios have stated tha
a there was more bohind. This iE
1t "What plan do you propose foi
t, quialification of suiffrago?"
f "Tlie Mississippi plan or some
a thing botter, and](I am opposed te
I any delegato who will not pledge
Shiinself to voto for the Mississippi
plan in caso no bettor is offered
r the people Wo inigh t as woll be
frank and speak out to the people
for it must comto soonor or later.
Thiis plan can b) so mio(lifiod as to
savo every whito man andi at the
same tinio preserve white supre
"'What wero your impression as
to national politics?''
"Well, I anm satisfied that the
next Vice Prosident will come
from the South, no matter what
party is succesIful. The fight in
'96 will bo betwoon gold and eilver
and geographical lines will govern
instead of party lines. The South
and West will inevitably como to
gether and fight for free silvor or
thoy are doo1md.
"Who w1as spoken of most
prominently to lead the combina
"Senat.or Tilman, and if he were
not from the Sonth and the State
which led secession he would cor
tainly ho selected. I am satisfie(l
when the revolt comes he will be
the contral figuro. I would talk
to you and open your oyes on this
sibject, hut I must go to other
Weekly Market Report.
Co-rrox .-The week closes witli a
firm market and an advancing
toendoncy, whih has not hoon soon
in the cotton market for soveral
months. Thus far, the improvo
mont is duo entirely to the antici
pation of a decrease in the acreage
throughout tlho South, coulpled
with the general improvomont in
rade, which is slowly making it
self felt in every section of the
country. 'This improvement, is
slow. and in many instances so
gra(ial lat it has oscaped the at
tention of thoso who havo been
I waiting to participato in its ef
fet ; but. nivertholess it is true
that each day creates a b)ottor tone
in commercial circles, and every
merchant believes that ho will
onco mlor'o bo ale to enjoy pro
perity. It may of course be0 saidl
that this imiprovemeont in cotton
is sentimontal in its nature, as
theire is still timo to plant a large
crop) of cotton, and~ that the move
mont of the priesenit crop conitin
ues on a scalo to justify ver~y latrge
ostimates of its ultimate yiold.
On the other hand, it is notorious
that cotton never does what a ma
jority of 1)eople want it to do, and
it seems1 possible that the imp~rovo
mieiit in) prices, duo to cauisos wo
h~ave already mentioned, may have
started narher than the host inter
eats of the trade would wvarrant.
It is alcccptedl by those who are in
close communication with the
planting interests ini the South,
that the reduction in the acreage
will be in excess of the reduction
in 1892; hut they feel that an ad
vance at the prosent time might
tend to increase the acreage, e's
pecially as farm work has been doe
layed b~y an extremely cold wintar,
and tile planting of the other
) cropl lhas not p)rogressedl as rapidly
as is usual at, this season of thc
year. N(,verthlesms the small
movemenit from India, and the
Isharp demand for cotton from
American and~ Continental spin.
noreis, wore the factors which
b~Irouighit about. this quick reaction
dulrinig the p)ast week. Whether
th mii loyomoint of the crop) will
pro'~vont a further imp~rovOinont is,
of course, a miatter to 1)0 dotormminn
ed ini the future. At the p~resent
time ltho movement of the crop is
accepted as the reason for our be
ing ait I beso pr'ice, ando it is now
paslsedl by without not.ic() by those
w ho, at. othier timnes baro i nisted
that keh large receip lts must mne
(('siari ly brea k prices. The1 A mner..
icani spimners, withI th10ojoiurn..
menit oft Conmgress, app~learedl in aill
thlie inmrmIs' as buyers, abisoreinug
Sihe flliniing Cot tonl whiichi was of
foin g, and,II altogh the1 prJice) of
pinit-clothis at thle lowest. fJiure
for years, there Rooms to b e no roa
sonl ( totobt that the takings of
A irericani spinniers this voainr will
be 3,000,000 bles. Withl the im
lpiovel'(li0hli itlli conlmoercial cire es,
thllro is a alighit r'o~vval in speu'
lat ioll, buIl as yet time greatest d1o
mand1( hias boeni from thoso whot
hlave been expecting theo mOvoilmlnt
of thlie crop~ would1( seriously affet
th.1 market. nyo at tis low raiungo
of prIces. If th~e agrongo should1(
be inler'olsed as a result of uhi
p)reqent ,)mprovemnent, the etdeot
wo'tied bs to bring about a lowor
mnarket later in the summer, and(
its pr'esent offoot may porhaps be
to p)revent the Continent from hfl
creasing its purchases of cotton.
The gan9 in the temper of the
miarkot darmg the py~t ,ton days
hias been 'r'markaibleandis arl1001"
er instance of the elastidit~y o~f thie
.cotton ploket when unduly de
Advertise to make a loan ;
Advortise to borrow;
Advertiso if yo i want a room, or
insurance on your lifo;
Advertise for a boy or a girl-or
even for a wifo;
Advertise for money lost (but not
for money found);
Advert iso for a house to rent, or
for a pioco of ground;
Adieriso for tips, on tho races to
Advertise a little song, like "John
ny, get your gun ;"
Advertiso your businoss, advertiso
Advertiso in truth fulnoss-a lie
you must not toll;
Advertise judiciously, anld aliways
Start your ad. in January and run
it till December.
A good ad. suggests good goods
All Trial Justicos must hand
in their report to Supervisor of
Registration a list of male per
sons convicted of petty larceny
before him or his predecessors.
See Section 153 Civil Statute
Law. J. D. CURETON,
Supervisor of Registration for
Maroh 7, 1895-3t.
To CANVASS THE RETURNs OF PERSON
AL PROPERTY OF PICKENS COUNTY.
WiO TIEY ARE AND wHAT Is EXPrECT
El) OF TnFM.
Tho returns of the various Town
ships will be forwarded to the Town.
ship Board of Assessors by or before
March 20th. It is the duty of the
Board to scrutinize each return care
fully, and to see that each item of
property listed thereon, is assessed at
ITS TRUE MARK11T VALUE.
There is no rule to return property
at 06 per cent. cf its actual value.
When parties are suspected of hav
ing credits, above their indebtedness,
or any other character of property
that does not appear on their sworn
return, it is the duty of the Board to
enter such property, or report the
matter to the Auditor.
In every instance where there is a
material change in the return of an
individual, be sure to notify the par
ty, so that he can appeal to'the Coui
The County Board of Eqialization
will hold its annual meeting in the
Auditor's oflice, Thursday, April 4th.
The Township Boards are expected
to closely exammne the returns and to
forward them to this office by or be
fore that date.
The Township Board of Supervis
ors are required by 1awv to act as
Towsip Board of Assessors; and
the chairman elected at their first,
meeting will serve as a member or
the County Board of Equalization.
The following f reeholders have beeni
app~oi nted in the various Trownis,
Liberty-M. A. lBgg~s, J1. A. Ilint
ton, WV. II. Bryant.
Centrah-Jas. F. Lay, Noah Ken.
Huricane--Jesso R. Ross, Rob14in
Stewart, Nelson Bowling.
Pickens-O. P. Field, L. D. Steph
ens, B. F. Lesley.
Dacusville-J. A. Robinson, J. S.
gumpkintown-A. B. Talley, J. ID.
Eastatoe-Jesse J. Lewis, J. W.
Thomas, R. L. Gilstzrp.
N. A. CIrRISTOPHER,
mnarl4td4apr, .Auditor, P. C.
I will sell m~y entire stock of' goods
ex'cept Groceries, ait cost and bl)Cow
cons onad otr.h 15th of Dec
Consist ing of Dry Goods, Notions,
ShIoes, I fats, (lothirag, H-ardw~ are,
Crockery andi~ Glass-ware, tin-ware,
etc. They muist he sold as I dlon't.
want to niov oanyt hi ng now on hand
mnto my new honse that I expect to
have rex~idy between 1st and 15th of
Conie and get the bargains while
the~y Can be had and dlon't forget to,
pay mel wvhat you; owe me, as jt i
nOw (1u1 and( past due ant} I neoed it,
and( renmember' I can't sell goods at
cost On a (red it arnd ('i't as's for
thenm that way, for yeu wvill n r'~e
JA H. MOWN,
Dec. 13-1894- Lliberty, Re
READ RULE XV. o
that are in 0 1
.. any way dan- o
gerous or of- 00
D, fensive, als o (
c tea opatent medi- 0
- ineos, nos
empirical preparations, whose o
ingredients are concealed, will o
not be admitted to the Expo- 0
Why was Ayer's Sarsaparilla admit- ,
ted ? Because it Is not a patent medicine, 0
not a nostrum, nor a secret preparation, 0o -
not dangerous, not an experiment, and 0
because It is all that a family medicine 0 I
should be. 0
At the 0
Chicago, 1898. i f
Why not get the BEestp00
000 OOO 0000 0POog 0 0
MRS. JOE PERSON'S REMEDY
CLEMSON CoLLEO F, S. C.
Augu~st 30, 184,
IRS, dO! PLEit SON,
I)EA H MADANl:--I aim hlappy to state -
hat. four biottles of your itmedv hasj v
utirely relieved my wife of Rhenniatism -
Id I lmnve nl objectiont to your u-inttg inl
rin'iit wAt I wie o1. She had b eet
tiffering frtm htunti.m for a Iang
vhile, and hal .1tried tvailon tietmttic1
ned ielnes, steh a wine of Iolehienm awl
iitaih etc., hut all to tno ejltet. Sit lhtd
mnt t.tkv il ni r wo ho11le1 of you1r jRe..
dy, beftre her imiprovemieei t Val. 'ety
nalrked. her ,ainls were greatly le! sened.
Alt well tl nighIt id luited ive
)Otlda in weight, You can ship 11611,
411an1 & Co., antother dozenltt as wQ :tre elvn
Arely ouit. Yoners very3 respect fill y,
It. E. SLOA N.
Chmberlait's Congh Ienedy gives
the best..sat isfact ion of ailtl con.h medi..
aiIh n l l(, and1a a .-'eber -eads aill
ther pr-epaa'tions inl h:imirket I
rIeCoimmtuenid it hevantse it is 1 ihe best 11 ed.
iCiin I ever ludIled for congh.11s, calds andk
roup). A. W'. alaridge', Miller.,ilie,
l. For sale by
1r. G. W. Piirle. Pwicken; U. N.
Wyatt, Easley; 1al. S'oanl, & Co., -ort
Hi11; I1.ner &B
.. e a
C U~~i~ E~ i
WEIOfFER GREAT BARAI
ha our center Cotlielr these Shoes will be
plceuid a lat prices talit tle fictoieIs
will not (u1l.Icate. .lhey are bro.
k'n lots is why we omiV(.r
thetui at these prics
All otllr Shes in
Stock will be sold
A few n e t ts onl ht--to close)
hiemi) out I will sell for 331 per cent. un.
. r fore er price.
'll Woolen Goods have been muarket1
owln t4o meet Ie t1wimes. No 1111e0 laIking
hard ti ones'' viti good.4 lit preseti;
'l'be8t y1r1l wifle Sea Islinl ever of
e<d Ill Greenville for 5 cents.
A few blankets at lowe-st prics.
k. K. PARK,
DRY GOODS AND SHOES:
15 Pendleton St., Vireenville, S. C.
Remember that you can get the
Home and Farm" and TIE PICOP,.I:'s
OURNAL one year for $1.25.
'I It. oDAY IN AI A1CII, 1895, ANT)
'TiN CA AI lDAU 1,AYS TiREtE\T1.1i'At
A . I) A LSO ON Til: 1 )AYS N OW l'Ix.)
%I.I, M ALE CrIz Es NO'r Linon ING U N DE R
DI .)is13I.I 1Cs EN'riEn '4)T 1 EO r8TEI.
ON'E Wiio FAIL TO 11GISrTEn WILr, Iil
A i.owi.EI 'TO VOT'E 1on IErE . TO
TI'l E S-rArE C ON v EN'rION.
'FFlCE SUE 0S1"t o H EiISTR A'r)ION.
I'ICKCNS. . U.Alh 1, '95.
11, O13olience to Act, of I Ile Gieneral As
emlbiv th oilee of S1n1visr oIf egis
latioll wili )e opened at. Pickens oirt,
lo'ise for tIl uIrpoSC (if Regise. ing all
>leos who Comply vith tle re'raire
nieots of tIhe law. That evely Citizeni
1ay.1 perfetlv limlerstatld tile Iejuin
31enits, the following extraels froim the
SF. 5 Every imnl Citizlln of the Ui.ie
otates anl of this State of the aga of t wen
y-one a110r not laboring under the disabil
ties nained ill the Constitution of this slat.
,ml dhlly reg, isterel as.. now%% reiniredl h:
;I%, or Who. hiaving beent l entitled to regis
er at% at vok(ter it, lt t ilnep of the genera
egistration1 of electors in tis State, whicl
oo4k place34 in th year o'11'(f onr Lord 1382, 4'
t. any tune11 subse.8ten411t thereto, failedl
egister at suchi tione as1 r'e'ipirell by3 lawv, o
chio thas become a c'itizeon of this St ate an
.'ho will registe as' he8treinalfte'r priel'eel i
neh ('ases, shall 1 be entitIledl to vote fo r ee
galtes to sahl4 convent ion.
SI'('I '1'That o1 n' ilrst Monclatv oif Mare'il
la the1 year11 of onr LorE! 189:,, the Suipervisi
f R'eitration,1 of each(1 shalI, at 11he (conut1
leat thereof.o, open13 1 his4 hool's of recgistrato I0
ar (1h3y. therea'ifter, betwe'.n the hionris
(i'clock inl t he forenoon andl - ollocki
ie aft ernoon, linring which tIime lany chei
oltn' a cit izen of th1is State an 1130 be, ilurin;'
1e t ime herelin fixed for such r'eist ration33
hit al1so 01n thle 41lays now 1fioetI ,y law fj,
'istra'it ion, en)title04 to r'egister 1as swhI ai:
er1einafter pric'Oiel; an11l any13 e1leto hv
ige'en heretofore (<1n1y register'('l, or' havl
is sinc cha4 ('lngti his resiilence , erj luiv~inj
3e same1)4 triansferr.eil or renewedi as 11ou
rov'idetd by law.
Si-:('. 7 Auny elector31 who sha11l ave. beei
uit hei' to regisl 4r at. thle gleeral re4gistra'l
i331 in the yearii oIf ourii laor'4 188% or (a'lt un'
341iihesubsainentg thereto, an1( ~tio failel 34
'gister lit. 8neh ime114 11s re(lpilir'ec lh lawVi
n141 who(4 shll Iiinalc.lie app~lit1(1 ionmiiu
e' prepel 4 by 11he A t 3.ort.ey (iehneralI, s1t
iig forthI ini each ease( the fact, toi wit :
'he fill n aine, age, (14eenpailtioni 11114 resi
3'3n4'4,of thle ailennjcit ait, the time of thei
31(1 genIeral r'egist ratillm, or at any13 tim1o4
li'er4afteor w hen the 1ai(1 apliileant biecame~l
it i1.l431 to register, a1144 the) place ori place4s
1)1 hi rest1i'l since thei4 timie wh'1en hie he(.
1331 en3t itleot to r'egister, wh'ich ahlblavit
l1111 be suppor111tell by the~ anlaiviti. of two
-pu1tab,41leitizens,18 who were'1 ~1 ech of the3(
g4 (of twen3ty3-oneC y'ears' 3n the '40ih clay (of
33314, A nu)0 olni 1882, 4)r lit, the tiIni te
3t 0 l apheant b1ene('1( 0)ntit le1d ther'oafter'
> regis43.ti - any.4 1leto who 13138 becoinin
citize ofifs Sat bymoinig in3t.3 the34
:3m3e, accoril' hn g to the Const18~it1331.3))tin f 1.he4
11ate3, 1314( who shall make10 apl33ie13hig 3111
erl 3)1thi, 811at1ing the4 time1 of his moving
ito the3, Sttanl h1(134 iIs pilac (if r'eslenco4,
13''iie ivinog in 1.1he SItate, wh'Ileh a1pplin3tionl
hall lbe su :port(ec1 by3 the( aillklavit, of two
l'1iutable ''it i'zens, whom were'V twenlty-one14
ears o' 4f a1g3 at1 the1 11im1( the appl icat') be
14333 a 01 r 'iint. (of 113is State0; 8314:1 appli)
4)31 8133alie al1lowedi to register 13s a I oter',
mto hav1)1 issue' to33( 1h)m11 a certliilente as8 a
uily 41na3ifict llector1(13 in 1 the Vnarawir am314
>rm) now~1 prov0~idie1 by3 law, atp(l be ('tiltleil
ro (Ie a. id ( elect1ji for deloitefes to .4a1i
8i':o. Al. No elelctor shall b~e en3titledl to
"31(1 whosee name3( 1 i ot registered~ 118 here
ho (13e not3(3. prodnele)( his r81egistrion .11 eer1
liente at the 3)1 p l'1where lie olfers to v'ote.
0 4 ' I I', i'' 'llil w~ I be3 43pen 4on thec
N- 31- .11 3. in .\pil M1ay, .June1 ani~
,J. I). CIJH iTON,
Pianos from $225 to $13000; 0Or
na8 from $25 to $500, Sowing Ma
11108, NEWV, from $17.50 to $60. Wi
10 soll 0i1 and Needlos fpf a4
uheg of I~Owing'Maocuina, "
Repairing and Tainfon shori
(Jall and see us or write
~107 Washington Street,
G1' GREENVILLE' S. 0.