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. TM3 E UEORIAL
Rung on St' Mairy% Burial-bell* at
noon, on April 27th, -in memory of the
M.;Rev. George .Washington Doane,
D)D., LL.D., Bishop of New Jersey.
Ot t of Its turret tolling
Deep sounds -the Burial-bell,
And o'er this noontide glory
Sweeps with its wondrous spelf
That veils, yet lights with beauty
The sunlight shining fair;
And thrills Spring's perfumed blos
With inense-breath of prayer.
And wide the gates of Paradise
Open to those who pray,.
And one who died in Christ, comes
And Walks with us to-day.
Yes, while that bell is stilling
Our hearts with sorrow's breath,
We offer glad thanksgiving
Eor victory over death.
And thus, this Burial-bell rings out,
Through every cuigeful year,
And drops its heavy notes like sobs
Of mourners o'er the bier.
Yet while the notes fall Earthward,
We cannot only Weep,
For throbbing through them breaks the
That changes death to sleep.
And Alleltia ! tills the air
To Christ, Who died and rose
W1hile cross-sealed grave and Paradise
With neavenlit radiance glows.
C. L. M.
Easter-tide, A. 1). 1876.
*The Burial-hell is known as the
Doane bell, being named for Bishop
Doane, in loving memory of whomi the
gift of the peal of eight bells was made
)y one family among his parishioners,
to th3 parish church of St. Miary's,
New Laws for Old Ones.
Below we give a synopsis of some of
the laws passedl by tihe last Legislature,
which wvilI be foumd of interest to our
RENEWAL OF~ REGISTRATION CERTIF
"In case of the loss of any certill
(ate, the elector losing~ the same shall
be entitled to a renewal thereof by tihe
supervisor of regibtraton upon)0) appli
cation and proof of the loss thereof,
in the following mannner, to-wit:
The elector losing his certificate shall,
at lea1st thirty dlays before the next
general election, make ap~pl ication, un
der oath, setting forth the fact of such
loss and the circumstances attending
such loss, as near as may be, anid sta
ting that he has not sold, bartered or
parted with the same for any pecun
iary, valuable or other consideration,
and has not wilfully destroyed the
same; which application the supervi
sor shall examine andl conSider, re
quiring other .evidence under oath, if
in his judgment necessary, to a (determn
ination as to the loss thereof; and upon
such examinatIon and conslideration
thereof, if the supervisor'shall be satis
fied that the certificate has been actu
tienende ~l~iot, itking or stamnp
lug the sante 4Renewal." The decis
ien of the saI su3'kvlsozeislall be sub
ject to revision by'he. asdstant 'super
visors,. togethef with the supervisor to
whom the application is made, in all
cases in which the. supervisor has re
fused to rendw the said certiicate:
Provided, tit-fr'osm thedeeision of the
supervisor and assistant- supervisors
any applicant who has been refused a
renewal of his ecrtificate shall have
the right of review thereof by the Cir
cult Courts in which he was registered,
provided he give notice thereof to the
supervisor to whom lie made applica
tion for such renewal within five days
of the refusal thereof by the supervi
sor and assistant supervisor, and com
mence proceedings within ten days
from the giving of said notice."
'"That any registered elector. who
may reside nearer a polling place in a
preclnct or township of which he is a
registered elector, and who desires to
vote at such nearer polling place. shall,
upon the surrender of his certificate of
regist:ntion to the supervisor on or be
fore the first Monday of July prece
ding the next general election, be en
titled to a new certificate permitting
hin to vote at sich nearer ipolling
place, the old certificate of regist ration
to be destroy ed by thbe sipervisor, and
such changes made by the Aupervisor
in the registration books as will con
form to the general provisions of t lie
Act in regard to registration : Pro
vided, tliat th supervisor of registra
tion may require of ti1 applicant for
such eh:mge an affidavit or s1 11 other
evidence as Ie may deem necessary to
a deternination of the iesidence of ti.e
A Joint Resolution to extend tle
benefits of an Act entitled "IAn Act to
provi(le artiflii limbs of all Soldiers
of the State who lost their legs orar,
or who have been Iitiiently iisa
bled in their legs or ars during mii
tar'y service in t h. years 1861, 't62, 't33,
'634 and '65, 01r who hive naot bWeen supl
plied under thme prIovision~s of former
Acts of the General Assenmbly,'' ap
pro0ved De~cembe)(r 17, 1876, to a certain
class of persons herein namned.
Section 1. That all the benefits of
an Act etitled "An& Act to p~rovidle
ar'tifleial limbs for all soldliers of the
State wh- lost their legs or arms, or
who have been permanently disa bled
in their legs or arms during mailitary
service in the years 1861, '62, '63, '64
and '65, anid who haxve not been suip
plied under t he pri-ilous of formier
Acts of the General Assembly, Decem
ber' 17, 1881, be, andl is here by, e xtend
ed to all such of said soldiers as prev'i
0o1s to th~e applroval of said Act h id re
ceived artificial limbs, antd the stame
haid proved wort bless or arc worn out.
Sec. 2. T1hat thme same'. proof be re.
quired to establish the ripght of thme
claimanit undI~er this resolution as is
prIovided in said Act, in so far ais the
samie Is apl)Plcable hereto.
ASSESSMENT AND TlAXATION OF? PRO
SectIon 1. That Title fI, Capter X I
of the Generald Statutes of this State
be, and thu same are hereby, amenCrded1
in the following partlclars : I . Strike
out in Section 176 of said title and
chapter the word "June"'*heNef
occurs and substitut tlhe Word AMay'
In its stead, ad strike 'out the word
"July" wherever It occurs in said seo,
don and substitte the word "June'"
In its stead, so that the isting of prop
erty shall annually begin on the first
day of May and end oti the twentieth
day of June. 2. Strike out In Section
254 of said title and chapter the word
"August" .wherever tt occts anud sub
stitute the word "July" in Its stead,
so that thc.first meeting of the county
board of assessors, after th3 annual
assessment, shall be on the fir'st Tues
day in July instead of the first Mon.
day in August.
Leading Drug Store,
F. A. WALTER, PROPRIETOR.,
Cor, Main and Washington Sts.,
GREENVILLE. S. C.
Pure Drugs, Medicines, Paints,
Oils, Dye Stuffs, Toilet articles,
the best brands of Segars and To
bacco, Notions, etc., at 'priees as
low as can be found in the State.
Polite and attentive (lerks, with a
full and select stock of Goods is
our Leading Inducenents. Our
cannot be excelled, as we have use
fil, as well as ornamental art icles,
for your wife, husband, sweetlicart,
child or friend, and all at bottom
prices. Don't fail to give me a
call, and you are sure to depart
hap;py. I am sole Agent for this
county for the celebrated
the merits of which cannot be
- AN 1
Headq' irters for Dress Goods, Blac
and Colored Silks, Black Cashmeres,
llenrietta Cloths, Albatross C2lothis.
Bergalineit Clot hs, and in fact every.
q3LACK GESS GOO6DS.
An. exquisite line of Walking .hick,
The onily lace yon *.ilIlfind Ev'itt S
Bros'. Fine Shoies fo r Ladies, Missei
and Children. They have numewromi
frienule. It takes butt oneo trial to mnakt
for themi a customer. For
Style, Fit and Comfort
they are tuiexcelled,
Napkins and D.oyles in albunidance.
$& Csome and1( see us. Pr'ices at
Iiducemient. Bargalns to be hadl at
J. H. MORGAN & BRO.
Wholesale and1( Retail Merch~an ts,
G REE NVILLE, S. C,.
Boot & Shoe Maker,
Rear End R. RI. Poole's Grocery,
Main St., GREEMVJLLE, S. C
Boots and Shoes made to Order. ani
gua ranteed perfect fits.
RtepaIring( bo)(th necat ii.,eheaply and
promptly doneQ, for Cash.'
R. M. MAcDONALD, Prop'r.
and Manufacturer of all kiuds of Mai'
chinery, Brass and Iron Castings made
I am agent for the Judson Governior,
and can atiplileate any part; also t he
which I-can ti& to aty 'boller.- The
safest and simplest means.of injecting
water luto a boiler. Information
cheerfully furnished on application. I
hive on hand Steaum GAauges, Fittings,
Valves and Steam Pipes of all sizes.
My stock is first-class and from the
Write for prices.
It. M. MtcDONALD-Dear' Sir;.
We have one of the Hancock luspi
rators, No. 12J. furnished by you, lit
use supplying our 40-Horse Power
Boiler with water, and consilder it
equal to, If not superior, to any in use.
We cheerfully recomend it.
Shumate, Grady & Nichols.
It. M. MACDONALD, Greenville, S. C..
-Dear Sir: The No. 17J Ianeock
Inspirator placed on my 504-Horse Pow
er Boiler by you, proved a . success so
far in every particular, and as a boiler
feeder, I be lieve it hAs no equal. Be
fore I secured your Inspirator I suit'er
ed fromia uneasiness, beskdes thei ex
pense of Keeping our steam pump "1in
repairs." It does its work prompt.Jy.
Cai recommid It to any using a boil
er feeder. Respectfully yours
R. M. MAC)ONALD, Greenville, S.
-Dear Sir: The No. 8j- Hincock in
spirator you pult on my Portable E
gile last summer. t eonsider it far
superior toiny pump I have ever seei.
In fact I could not get along without iR.
Would advise all owners af'steam en
gines to use them.
Respectf ully yours
Dec- 21-3m1 E. F. Algood.
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