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"isOTU r. nv ( OJ NTV THKASI'HEK i
v T i'- books ? iii>' County Treasurer
xviii bu opened fur thu collection o?
Slat.?', County atul Selionl taxe? for
thu FIKCUI Vesir 11)14, ami Cotumuta
li.iti Houri las l<?r the year 111 1Q at the
Coiinly Treasurer's office from Oc
tober lf?tli t" December :iist, 1'JI4.
After December :!'st. ono per cent
penalty will be added; and after Feb.
marv 28th, Keven per ? eut penalty will
be uriiiuil. till the 1 r.tii day of Marett,
lf>ir?, when the books will bo closed.
All persons .owning property in
inore than one townshtn nr Behool dis
trict, aro r??iuested to call for receipts
in BACH TOWNSHIP QU SCHOOL
DiSTHICT. In which tho property ls
located. On account of having so
muny school districts this request is
very important to th?' taxpayers and
will to n largo extent eliminate extra
cost and penalties.
Tho rate of levy ls as follows:
Stale Taxes .6 Mills
Constitutional School Tax ..3 Milla
O- Unary County Purposes 3 1-2 Milla
P?st Indebtedness.1 mill
Hoads and Bridges.1 Mill
Public Hoads.1 Mill
Total.IT? 1-2 MI1U
% Tho following are tho additional
levies for Sp?cial School Districts:
iilst No. Special Tota
/ Mills Mills
Anderson .17 C 21V
Airy Springs.../.64 4 19V
Parker Crook ...07 4 19V.
Ucvarriam .5G 4 19V
UMlon .12 :i 18 V
Pethol .55 2 17M
lllshop Branch ..28 4 19V.
? Broyles .57 4 1UV
Calhoun . 29 2 1?V
Cedar Orovo ....30 4 lu'/
Centervtllo . 6 4 19V
Central .58 4 19 V
Cleveland ..in 4 19}
Concrete .19 4 "? JV
Corner .13 4 ?3V
Double Springs ..08 0 21V
Kbonezor .45 2 17V
Eureka .25 2 17 V
Fairview .63 4 19V
Friendship .35 4 19V
Oahu .34 15% 21
Cenorntco .ol 4 19}
Oood. Hppo.43 2 17V?
Croon Pond.Gf) 8 23}
Orovo .65 3 18}
Hammond . 3 G 21}
Monea Path ....10 4 . 19}
Hopewell. 7 4 10}
Ifuntor.24 7 22}
Iva -..44 7 22}
Lebanon.27 4 19?,
Long Branch ....33 4 13}
Martin ..15 4 19}
Melton .51 4 19}
Mt. Crock .70^* 2 17}
Mt. View .18 - 4 19}
Mo Elmoylio ....50 C 21}
Mc. Leese .52 4 19?
Ileitis CrH!k .....GO 3 18}
Oak Orovc .39 2 17}
Pendleton ....... 2 4 19}
Plercetown ...(...54 3 18}
Pock Mills .._5 4 .19}
Hooky Hiver ?v. .69; 3 17}
Saluda ...26 2 17}
Huvannhh . 9 3 18}
Simpsonvlllo ....41 3 18}
Starr*_.37 7 22}
St. Paul .?.,,. 4 4 19}
Three & Twenty 32 4 19}
Tpwnvlllo .40 (i 21}
Union .....21 4 19}
West Polzcr .K 8 * 21}
White Plnlns ....48 4 1?}
WllllniriKlnn ' yn 5 291
. Willlford .62 4 HP
Zion.53 0 21}
Straight . 15J
Tho State .Constitution requires a
malo persons between the nges of ?
. and 60 years, except thone Inca pub!
ot earning'a aupport from being main
ed or other causes, nnd thono wh
served In the War bctwvon tho State
tb. pay a poll tax of on" dollar. A
malo persons between tho ages of 2
and 50 years who aro able to wor
. public roads or cause them to t
worked except preachers who hal
charge of a congregation and persor
who'nerved in tho-"War between iti
States, school teachers and trustes
?who nre exempted from road dut;
may in lieu of work pny a tax ot or
dollar to be collected at tho Bare
tinto other taxc*i aro collected.
Prompt attention will bo given a
persons who wish to pay their taxi
through tho mnll, by chock, money o;
W. A. TRIPP.
, Connty. Treasurer.
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Stato or South Carolina, County <
; ; Notice in horoby given that the Coi
"v 'tv . - oral ri?lecolon for stato nnd County O
ileors will be held at the voting pr<
claicta prescribed by law in said com
ly, on Tuesday,. Novembor 3, 191
said day hoing Tuseday following u
. first;..Monday in November, an pr<
/ '::,." ? scribed. by'the Stato Constitution.
Tho fiiuliUcatlbu for suffrage:
Managres of election shall retiuii
of ovary elector offering to voto i
.-' . wy" ?loction, before allowing him t
?ole, ?he production of his. ?egit
tratlon 'certificate ' am* proof of tl
SH^5K?^i)ayihcnt of all taxes, including po
:.:'^t?x^aBsoaecd ngntcst him and colle
tibi? .during tho provious year. Tl
^reduction of a certificate or of tl
rocerpfc' of ; the- offinnr. ????herired
collect S?i'^b tsren sha" hr? -onclusl'
proof; of the payment thereof. .
.r?'hero shall be nepamte auu ?'.stin
baHoja at this election of 'the ic
$,%0&iff?lc?r*;- to?wli;t il) ?kmra
V . ; and (Lieutenant Qov?rnor; ' <2) .cu i
' visite Officers; (8) BUt?; ?senator ; (
myynb'er.s of tho House of Hoprese
- .. , taUvea; . if.) connty ? r?fflcora. . <
which K??O!}1 bo tho name .or nam
'zr:.;\$f?tl\Q porson,or persons roted for;:
^...^W^i'io^co^r- 'r?specltv?lKr'.'??d:. X
or ot?ictTK voted for.
Whenever vote i.s tn he taken on
any special question ur questions a
box skull li" provided properly lu
holed tor that purpuro, and the ballots
therefor on such question or ques
I i ?UH' shall ?ie deposited.
Before thu hem fixed for opening
lie nolls .Managers and CUrks must
(nice und subscribe thu Constitutional
oath to tho Chairman. The Managers
Manager ?un administer tho oath to
UKI other cit'tubers and to the clerk;
Notary Public must administer thc
till lo the Chulrinu.fi The .Managers
elect theil- Chairman and Clerk."
Pr.MS ul ?'iich vi i big place must lin
. .neil at 7 o'clock a. m. and closed
at t o'clock p. m.. except ?ii the City
if Charleston, whore they shall bo
?opened nt V a. in. and closed it (j p.
I The Managers have rho power u-.
jlill " vacancy, ami if none of the ?Man
! agers attend, the citizens euri appoint
from among tho qualified voters the
M'un.iger?, who, after hoing sworn,
run conduct the election.
At thu close of the nluctlr.n, the
Managers und Clerk must proceed
publicly to open the ballot boxes mid
count tho ballots therein, and make
a statement of Ute result for each of
fice and sign the sumo. Within three
days i hereafter the Clin I rm.m of Hie
Hoard, or tonto ono designated by the
Hoard, must deliver to thc Cominis
nioner.* of 'Steelton the poll list, the
boxes containing the ballots ami writ
ton statements of the results of the
At the said ?lection separate boxer
will ho provided at which qualified
electors will vote upon tho adoption
or rejection of an amendment to the
following Joint 'Resolutions:
A .T01X RESOLUTION to Amend Soc
linn 8. Article II. of the Consti
tution, by Adding Thereto, on
Pogo Three. After.' tho Word
"College," and Before the Word
"The," the Following:. "South
Carolina School for the Deaf and
Rllnd, Locnted at Cedar Springs."
Section 1, South Carolina School for
Deaf and Blind-Amendment to Con
stitution-Bo it r.eolved. hy the Gon
crrbl Assembly of the State of South
Carolina. That tho following amend
ment, to Section 8. Article II. of the
Constitution f.r tho Sirte of South
Carolin?, bc agreed to by n two-thirds
vote Of the members olected to each
House, and entered oh the Journals,
respectively, with yeas and nays ta
ken thereon, and be submitted to thc
qualified electors of. the State at thc
next general election, thereafter for
Rtopresentatlves tc-wlt: Add tho fol
lowing words to Section 8, Article II,
of tho Constitution, after tho word
"collego" and before tho word "the."
on linn throe of Bald section, "South
Carollnn Behoof for thc Deaf and
Blind, located at Cedar Springs, no
that section, when BO amended, is
to bo and be known as fectlon 8,
Article II, and shall read as follows:
Section S. Tho General Assembly
may provide for tho maintenance o*
Clemson Agricultural Callene. South
Carolina School for tho Deaf jlind
Blind, localed at Cedar Springs, thc
ivers Itv r?f So"t.h Cn-n"n?. anti thr
Winthrop Normal and Industrial Col
lege, a branch thereof, ns now estab
lished by law. and may create schol
arships therein; the proceeds real
ized from tho landscript given by thc
Act of Congress, passed tho second
day of July tn tho year of eighteen
hundred und sixty-two, for thv sup
port of an agricultural college, and
any lands cr funds which have here
tofore been cr may hereafter ho given
br appropriated for educational pur
poses hy tho Congress of tho United
?cate?, snail ho applied us directed in
tho Acts . appropriating tho same:
Provided, That tho Goneral Assem
bly shall, as soon u3 practicable, whol
ly separate Clafiin Collc?o from Claf
Un University, and provide for a sep
arate corps of professors and instruc
tors therein, representation to bc
given to men and women of tho ne
gro race, and it shall be the Colored
Normal. Industrial. ^Agricultural and
Mechanical College of thia Slato.
Sec. 2. That the electors voting nt
such general election In favor ot" the
prbnoscrt amendment shall deposit fl
ballot with tho following words plain
ly written or printed thereon:
''Amendment to Section 8. Article ll.
of the Constitution, .by Inserting the
words 'South Carollnn School for the.
Deaf andy Blind, located nt Cedar
Springs,' on line three of said Section'.
Against amendment, No."
Sec. Ih The managers of oleetlon
shall canvas? said vote, and certify
the fwSult US t now provided by law.
and shnll provide a separate box for'
A JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
Section 7, Article VIII, or the
Constitution. Relating, to Munici
pal Bonded Indebtedness, by Add
ing the School District of/York
Section 1. Constitutional Amend
ment Relating to Bonded Inbetedness.
Yorkvillo School Distrlct.-r-Be it re
solved by tho Goneral Assembly of
tho State of South Carolina. That the
following' amendment to Section 7, Ar
tlclo' Vin. of tho .Constitution of tho
8tato of South Carolina bo agreed to;.
Add nt ino end thereof ibo following
words: ProvldoVl, further, Thut. the
HmUntlono Imposed by thia, section
and by ..Section" 5 of Article X,. of
tblh Constitution, shall not apply to
?ho bonded Indebtedness 'incurred by.
?Vi? ?yupoi district ot . Yorkvlilo, in
fhe County cf York, when, tho pro
ceeds Ot, said bonds aro applied ox
?lUslyoljr to erecting, or mhklng addi
lona to. school buildings'In. tho-said
district, and'whero tho question of In
curring such indobtedneca ls submit
ted to thd qualified- electors of uaid
??ctrlct,. ns provided In tho Constitu
tion upon the question of bonded in
dehiedoessv . '.>. .
ollowiug words plainly written or
printed Hie roon: "Constitutional
unciidiiieiit io Section 7, Article Vii,
it Hie Constitution, relating to muni
ipa! bonded Indebtedness, as propos
ed by a Joint resolution entitled 'A
Joint Itesolution to amend Section T,
Article VII, ot' tin- Constitution, rc
Inling to tho school district of York
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an j
Amendment to Article X of the
Constitution, by Adding Thereto
Section 16, to Empower tin- pities
of Florence and OratiKeburg and
the Town of Laud rum io Ai!.:oss
Abutting Property for Permanent
Section 1. Constitutional Amend
ment Allowing Certain Cities and
Towns to Assess Abutting Properly.
- Pe it resolved by the General As
sembly or the Suite of South Caro;
?ina. That the following amendment to
Articl? X of Hie State Constitution, to
tn' known as Section 16 of said Ar
ticle X, be agreed upon hy two-thirds
of the members elected to each House
and entered on the Journals respec
tively, with years and nays, und ta
ken thereon, and be 'submitted to the
qualified electors of the State at thc
next Ken ral election, thereafter for
Representatives, to-wlt: Add the fol
lowing section to Article X cf thc
Constitution, to he and known as Sec
Section lp. Thu (Jencral Assembly
may authorize the corporate [minor
ities of the Cities of Florence and
Orangeburg and the Town of Lau
ri rum to levy an assessment upon
abutting property for the purpose of
paying for permanent improvements
on Btreets immediately abutting such
property: Provided, That the Bald
improvements bc ordered only on the
written consent .of majority cf the
owners of the property abutting upon
the street, sidewalk, or part of either,
proposed to bc improved, and upon
the condition that said corporate au
thorities shall pay at lenst one-third
of the costs of said Improvements.
Sec. 2. That those electors, at Bald
election, voting In favor of said
amendment, shall deposit a ballot with
tho following words plainly written
or printed thereon: "Amendment to
Article X c.? the State Constitution
by adding Section 16, empowering the
Cities of Florence and Orangeburg,
and tho Town of I-andrum to assesA
abutting property for permanent Im
A JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
Section 20, Article III. of the Con
?titutlon, by Adding Thereto the
following: "Except Where There
Is Only On-? Candidate Nomi
nated for the Place to bo Filled
at Such Election, in Which Caso
the Election Shull be Viva Veo
Without Any Holl Call."
Section 1. C-institup&ma! Amend
ment Relating to Elections.-Be It re
solved by the.General Assembly of the
State of South Carolina, That the fol
iowng nmendmen to Section 20. Ar
ticle III, of the Constitution of tho
State of South Carolina, bc agreed to
by a two-thirds voto of tho membord
olocted to each House, and entered on
the Journals, respectively, with the
yeas and nays taken thereon, and br
submitted lo the qualified electors of
the Stato at tho next general election
thereafter for representatives, to-wit:
Add the following words lo Section
20, Article III. bf thc Constitution:
"Except whore there ls only one can
didate nominated for thc place to be
filled at such election, In which ase
ibu election shall bo viva voce with
out any roll call." and that said sec
tion, when KO amended, is io bo and
be known ns Section 20. Article III,
and Bhall rend as follows:
Section 20. In all elections hv. the
General Assembly or either House
thereof, tho members ohall vote vlvn
yoee and their votes, thus given, shall
'io entered anon tho .Tourpnl of thr
House to which they, respectively, bo
long, except where there Is only one
candidate nominated for the placo to
be filed nt auch ?lection, in which
caso tho election shall be vivs voce
without any roll call.
Sec. 2, Ballots.-That tho electors
voting at such general election in fa
^*or oMhe nronooed amendment shall
deposit n ballot- with tho following
?'?rd? plainly written or . printed,
thereon: "Amendment *-. Section 20
VrHole III. of the Constitution, re
'atlng to olocUons viva .voce by the
Ooncral Assembly-'YOB.' " And those
voting against the said proposed
n.meprtmont shall denosit a ballot with
?tho following words ntninly written
or printed thereon : "Amendment tr.
Section 204 Artfolo TU. of tho Consti
tution, relatlner to elections viva voce
by tho General Assembly-'No.' "
. Sec 3. Tho Manager's of Election
shall canvass said vote and certify
tho result hs how provided by law,
nnd fhall provide a separate box for
'said ballr.ta. .
? JOINT RESOLUTION tn Amend
Section 7, Article VIII, of the.
ConslituMon. Relating to Munici
pal RoniVd Indebtedness by AtVl
?i?K ? Proviso Thereto as to tho
CUy Of Florence.
Section 1; Constitutional Amend
ment Relating. to Bonded Indebted
ness Cltv of Floronce.-Bo it resol v
ci hw Cc"7^-*. A or, um"?, v o? ina
Stato' tit South C?roUua. That the
limitations' imposed by this, section
and Section R. Article X, of the Con
stitution, shall j?ot apply to .the bond
ed indebtedness; incurred by the City
of Florence In tho County .of Flor
ence; when tho nrdceeds of 3ftid bonds
are applied exclusively for tho build
ing. nr?ct!n>T. Mtapllshlng and maln
tahilnr of strfcts,- waterworks, light
ing^ niants . and. sowerage aysteni ot*
for thc rayment ot debts nlrendy In
Constitution UpOll III? question Ol
Soc. _'. That 11 i ._* quest lon o? adopt
ing this amendment .?hull be submit
ted UL tho next general election lor
Repr?sentative to the electors as fol
lows: Those In fa ?or of the amend
ment will deposit u hallut with the
folowing words plainly written or
printed lhere: "Constitution, relat
ing to municipal hooded indebtedness,
is proposed hy Joint Resolution to
amend Section 7, Article VI fl, of the
Constitution, relating tq municipal'
bonded Indebtedness. 1)7 adding a pro
viso thereto as to the City of Flor
ence'-Yes." Those opposed to the
suid amendment win deposit a ballot
with the following words plainly writ
ten or printed thereon: "Constitu
tional Amcndnunt to Section 7, Arti
cle VIII, of the Constitution, relating
the municipal bonded Indebtedness, as
proposed by a Join t Resolution enti
tled 'A Joint H-solution to amend
Section 7. Article VIII, of the Consti
tution, relating to municipal bonded
indebtedness in- adding a proviso
thereto as to the City of Florence
A JOINT nESODBTION to Amend
Section 7, o? Artielo VIII, of tho
Constitution o? Tills State by Add
ing a Proviso Thereto so as lo
Empower the Cities of Chester
nnd Sumter Each to Issue Bond
to an Amount Not Exceeding Fif
teen Per Cent, of the Assessed
Value" of tho Taxable Property
Therein for the Improvement of
Streets and Sidewalks.
Section ii Constitutional Amend
ment Permitting Cheater and Sumte."
to Issue Bonds tor Street Improve
ments.-Be lt resolved by. the General
Assecbl yr.f the Stat eof South Caro
Ilrit, That Section 7, or Article VIII,
ol the Constitution, be umended as
folows: Add at thc end of thc said
section the folowing: Provided, fur
ther, That the limitation imposed by
thiB section and Section 5. of Article
X, of the Constitution, shall not ap
ply to tho bonded indebtedness in
curred by the Cities of Chester and
Sumter, but the said Cities of Chester
and Sumter may increase each its bon
ed indebtedness to an amount not ex
ceeding fifteen per cont c.*! the as
sessed value of thc taxable property
therein where said bonds afc issued
for the solo ? purpose of paying thc
expenses or liabilities Incurred or to
be Incurred In tho Improvement of
streets and Sidewalks where the abut
ting pruperiy owners arc being assoss
eor two'-th're" or ono-half of the coat
thereof. i ?? ?
Sec. 2. Thab'Mhe-' electors voting at
the next generr.! election for Repre
sentatives favoring such amendment
3hhll coat a by?lc?-with thc folioing
words plainly written or printedthere
on: "Amendment to Section 7 cf
Article Vllf. of the Constitution, by
adding a proviso empowering tho cit
ies or Chester and' Sumter to. each
increase its bonded indebtedness to
fifteen per cent''of the taxable value
of the property therein-Yes." And
those voting against said amendment
shall deposit a-ballot with the follow
ing words plainly written or printed
thereon: . "Amendment to Section 7
of Article VIII, of the Constitution,
by adding thereto a proviso ompowcr
Ing'the Cities of-Chostor and Sumter
each to Increase Its bonded indebted
ness to flften .per cent of the taxablo
value of the property therein-Yes."
And thoio voting against said amend
ment sha1! deposit a' ballot with tho
?oilowing words plainly written vi
priited thereco?. "Amendment to See
th 7, ot Article VIII, of tho Cons ti
ti.-. i. by adding thereto .a proviso
emi/oworlng tho Cities of Chester and
Sumter cadi tb Increase its bonded in
debtedness to fifteen per ceo ntof the
taxable value of the property there-'
A JOINT hi:SOLLTION Proposing an
Amendment to Article j? of the
Cortstitutieta, by Adding Thereto
a Section vii? bo Designated .ns
. Section 15?, to Empower the
Towns or I..atu and .Dillon to As
sesB Abutting Property for Per
Section 1. v"Con3!itutlonal Amend-,
ment to Permit. .TOWOB ol' L.a?ta and
Dillon to Ansaeis Abutting Property
Bo'll resolved by the General Assem
bly of the State cf South Carolina,
That thc folowing amendment to the
; Constitution, Aytlclo X, to be known
as Section 15A of stild Article, bo
agreed, to bv tWo-thirdB of the mem
bers elected to; each House, and ' en*
tfcred On tho Journnli, r?sp?ctivoly,
with yeas nnd nays token thoroon,
and be submitted to tho qualified elec
tors ot tho State af tho next general
election thereafter for Representa
tives, to-wlt: By adding tho fellow
ing section to. Article X of the Con.
siltation, to b?.ahd bc knowD asi Sec
Section IRA. Tho Goneral Assembly
moy authorize tho corporate author
ities of the Towns of Latta and Dil
lon to levy an. assessment apr."a abut
ting" property for tho purpose of. spy
ing, foin permanent improvements... on
st reels and sldownlkn, or streets or
sidewalks, i ni med tat cl y abutting Such
property). Provided, Th** said '. 1m
provemcntf, bo .ordered only opon tito
written consent of a majority .of th?
owt?cSi of tho proncrty abutting upon
the street? -or sidewalks, or part: of
either .proposed??:to the bo imt>rov*?a.i
nnd upon tho condition thai*ino:cof-.
porute'authorities abai) pay Tat'least
one-half ot the. coots of such imtfrove
ments. -.. .
Sec 2; El?otlottv^lJ?t- th?-elector*
voting nt such general election tn fa
vor Of 'thc proposed noiobdmentishali
deposit a ballot with tho following
words plainly written or printed thoro
oh : "Amendment to Article X di the
Odneiitutioni. bradding Seottod i&Afr
empowering the, Towns of Latta* and
ir>A, empowering the Towna or Latta
and Dillon lo asses? abutting property
for permanent improvements-No."
Sec. 3. The Managers of Election
?hall canvass said vote and certify the
result as now provided hy law, and
shall provide a tiop?rate box for said
A JOINT RESOLUTION to Amend
Section 1, Article XII, of the Con
stitution, by Striliiug Out the
Werde "Blind; Deaf ami Dumb"
Alter the Worda "Luaane" on Line
Two, and Before the Word "And"
on Line Two.
Section 1. Constitutional Amend
ment with Reference to "Blind, Deaf
and Dumb."-Bo it resolved by the
General Assembly of the State of
South Carolina. That the following
amendment to Section 1, Article XII,
of the Constitution of the State ol
South Carolina be, and agreed to, by
i two-thi'Vls vote of the members
elected U> each House, and entered on
the Journal, respectively, with the
yens and nays taken thereon, and be
submitted lo the qualified electors oi
the State at the next general election
thereafter for Representatives, to-wit:
By striking out the words, "blind, deni
and dumb" on line two of Section I,
Article XII, ol' the Constitution, EO
that said section .when so amended,
is to bo, and' be known .is, Section 1.
Article Nil, and ahull road as fol
Section 1. Institutions for the care
of the insane and tho poor shall al
ways be fostered anu supported by
this State, and shall be subject to
such regulations as the General As
sembly may enact.
Sec. 2. Election.-That the electors
voting at such general 'election in fa
vor of the proposed amendment shall
deposit a ballot with the following
plainly written or printed thereon:
"Amendment to Section 1, Article XII,
of the Constitution, by striking cut
the words 'blind, deaf and dumb' on
linc two of said section. For amend
ment. Yes." Those voting against
said proposed amendment shall de
rail a ballot with ?he following
words plainly written or printed
thereon: "Amendment to Section 1.
Article XII, of the Constitution, by
striking out the words "blind, deaf
and dumb,' on Une two of said section.
For amendment, No."
Sec. 3. The Managers - of Election
shall canv.-.ss said, vote and certify
tho result as now provided by law,
and shall provide a separate box for
A JOINT RESOLUTION Proposing an
Amendment to Artlclo X of; the
Constitution by Adding Thereto
Section 17, to Etapowcr tho Town
ot Fort Mill to Assess Abutting
Propertv for Permanent Improve
Section 1. Constitutional Amend
ment Permitting Town of Fort Mill
io A'idesa Abutting Property for
Street Improvement.-Be it resolved
by the General. Assembly of the State
of South Carolina, That tho following
amendment to the Constltu/.ion, Arti-:
clo X, be known as Section 17 of said
article, and be agreed to by-two-thirds
cf the members elected to each House'
and entered on tho Journals, respec
tively, with Uie yeas and nays -taken
thereon, and be submitted - to the
qualified electors of thc State at the
next general Uectlon thereafter for
Representatives to-wit: j Add thc fol
lowing section to Article X of Cue
Cdaslitution, to be, and to bo known
as Section 17.. -
Section 17. Tho General Assembly
may auth rizo tho corporate authori
ties of the Tmro of Fort Mill to levy
an assessment upon abutting prop
erty for tho purpose of paying to'.'
permanent improvements ba. streets
and sidewalks, or streets or sidewalks,
immediately, abutting such proporty.
Provld??, That said improvements bs
ordered only'upon the -written consent
-<f two-thirds of tho owners ot nron
orty abutting (neon ibo n'.roet3 or
sidewalk^, /ind upon 'tho - cctidlticui;
that thoy pay at least one-half of the
coat ol' titchHriiprovomonta,
Soc. 2, That the eloctors yoting' at
euch general -'election In favor of thr
prnunsed amendment shall d?p?stt a
ballet vith Oio following. words plain
ly written or . printed . thereon:
"Amendment to Article X of the Con-,
stitutioh,' by add i o? Section. 17, em
powering Uio Town ot.FDi t '?i?ll lc ria?
Fess abutting :property for permaueu'i
imfprovbrnent-r-YeB.'' And ; thcab "Vpi>
t*1 c ngiir-?t the nroooead' ntnendmont
shall deposit A ballot with I th no fol
lowing words plainly written or prints
ed thereon: "Amendment to Article .X
Of tho Constitution,. by ? adding . B?b
iloA 17, empowering th? towri" of Fort
Mill to asiic-is abutting property for
Soo. ^3. Tho Managers of Election
?hhll. canvass said vote and . certify
th.. res?K ns. now provided by l&wt
anti oh all yrovlde a separat? box for
A JOINT RESOLUTION proposing dn
Amendment to Article X of. th*
ConslituUoxi .-by Ado}ng Thermo
Section ?6, tb'Empower the Cities
^fo?vr?^rrt?a? f^itiffkyntt? and
IUWUB o? Boun?tisviiiei nnrmens-?
i rille and Hcmca ?atb to Asacas
; Abutting Property for Pormaneht*
; Section 1. Constitutional :Ajrtfj$gjwj
mest fer: Assi^rt?o?ti ? o? Audiiing]
Property tor rstreet improvement. tn
Anderson. .Oreenwood, BeiinottsviHo; i
TtmmousYille and Honea Patli-Be Ul
resolved by tho 'General Assembly cf j
thb ? State df South Gafdlltu^
th? ?ollowing amendment tb ArUclo X l
be ?greed to by twc-thiVds bfV^hfl
members olected to eAbh^ House, and
entered on tho Journal, respectively.
son, Greenwood and Towna of Ben-]
nettsvilie, 'flininonsvillo and Ilonea
Balli to levy an asses Kine nt upon
abut ling property for the purpose ot
puying for permanent Improvements
on streets and sidewalks Immediately
abutting such property: Provided,
That aaid improvements be ordered
only upon the written consent of a
majority of the owners of property
abutting upon the street, sidewalk or
part of either proposed to bc improv
ed, and upon condition that said cor
porate authorities shall pay at least
one-balf of the costs or such Im
Sec. 2. That thoso electors at the
fcaid election voting in favor of the
said amendment shall deposit a bal
lot with the folowing words plai.nl)'
written or printed thereon: "Amend
ment to Article X of the State Con
stitution, by adding Section IC, em
powering tho Cities of Anderson>
Greenwood and Towna of Bennetts
ville, Titniuonsville and Honea Path
to assess abutting property for perma
nent improvements-Yes." And those
voting against, the said amendmen.
3hall deposit a ballot with' the fol
lowing words plainly written or print
cd thereon: "Amendment to Artich
X, of the State Constitution, by additif
Section 16, empowering the Citios o
Anderson, Greenwood and Towns o
Bcnnettsville, Timmonaville and Ho
nea Patli to assess abutting propert;
for permanent improvements-No.'
Provided, That the Act of the Gen
eral Assembly putting in . force-thi*
amendment shall not operative in th
City of Anderson and the town of Hr.
nea Path until, the same be submit
ted to tho qualified electors ol' sah
city and town for approval.
The following Managers of Electior
have been appointed to hold the elec
lion at tho various precincts in tnt
Anderson-FA A. McConnell, T.
W. Norris, N. C. Burriss.
Anderen Cotton ?lill-James M.
Cathcart, W. C. Herring, Gordor
Belton-S. W. Harris, Dr. W. C
Bowen, John A. Horton.
Belton Mills-W. A. Clement, J. H.
Acker, ?llis C. Cox.
Brogan Mils-C. L. Cathev, O. E
Ballard, W|ll Horton.
Crayt?nville-r-W. W. Cllnkscalcs, W
B. Cowan, J. B. Ashley, Sr.
Cedar Grovo-Otto Johnson, M. A
Mahaffey, W. T. Bruce.
Campbell's Store-P. B. Griffin, P
B, Gentry, R. E. Campbell.
^edar Wreath-Walker Fleming.
Alonzo Tripp, M. M. Maret
Cen turville-rFred Bolt, AM. Hem
bree, E. Bi C. Snipes.
Concrete-J. W. Childers- ErvIn El
lison, H. N. Jones.
Five Forks-A N. Richardson, W
L. Casey, Charlie Martin.
Flat Rock-W. H. Whltaker, George
W. Tucker, G. Wi late.
Friendship-J. C. McMillan, W. S
Fleming,, C. W. Cothran.
Gluck Mills-O. J. Meyers, H E
McDonald, R H. Spakes. " .
Grove School House-J. A. Clink
scale?, W. A. Harris, J. H. .Brock.
: Hollands Store-J. M. Jones, H. J ;
Strickland, J. T. MeOukln.
Honea Path-P. W. Sullivan, G.-F
Moorb, Reid Gumbrell.
HppewoR Springs^-S. AL Bolt, L
P. Tucker, Ithama, McPhall.
Iva-J. S. Uamby, II. F. Sutherland
A. B. Galley.
Long Branch-W. T.. Greer, C. G
Davis, Albert GambrilL
Milford's-J. J. Findley, C. H. Bal
ley, -James OL. Jackson.
MottetUvlUc-W.. T, A. Sherard, C
W.-Simpson. W. W: Rice.
. Mt. Tabor-Harmon Garrison, F.ob
ort' Williamson, Steele Barnett
Neal's Creok-^L P. McDaniel, J
M.-Elgin, L. B. Robbins.
: Orr Mill-W.. H. Cothran, B C
Young, J. B. Humbert
. Pelxer-John Bray, Jonen Washing-,
ton, J. M. Alexander.
.Pelter4-W. Ci. feJpJt, R" P.
Duncan, John Lewis Spearman.
Pendleton-J. W, Simpson, Hcnr>
Trecott, .J. C. Hall. Br.
Piedmont Mills-A. B. Clardy, C. 8
Hali, Watter Wood. -
. Pierc?tpwn-A.* M. Guyton; til. A.
Mulligan, W.'F, Orsa. ,
Sandy Spriggs-Thomas -F. Hobson.
R. w. H^fnTBnd.-SamiJohiison. .f 'V
... Smftn<T?lii=-B.-.F. TVrighr, If. C;
Rdvtn, Joff Stonccyphor. . _..'/.
Glabtown^W; * Mi- ?Griffith; R. . ?,
Whitlock, E. F. Algcr.d. . ? i .
' Sta; -A; B. Herron, L. L. Moore.
"ihres as? Twnr.ty-W. T. Wat
son'. Et t?. Trlpn, J. Kcpdorpon. N
To>i ..Creek-Jim Cox, J. E. Poore
?. 'C. ^...anderson,
T?wnville-^i; ?. Barton, H. W. Hol
comb, .'. j? >D4 Ba6b<- ? ; - T
^To*aw.W-VVV H.' Godfrey, Lee
??uihes.^ Earnest lKays ' j
- ? Tu gaido Academy-fJbtf : Cromer, -Wi
?. vMaret; W,. B. Compton.
IWrbf?t? 8idre-f-*As> HUH, Jr., R. P.
Roberts, J.. R.;,Pewie?L
'"Whitefield XiC4o>eh^o1ln... Riyson
Wyi\tt L. W* Harris, J. fr. ?hight
vV^lllomaton-J." B. Hogg, Wm. Guy
ton, A.. (Je PInckney,
WiUiam?ton MJll*-^>. R. King, C.
L. Koon; S. B. Pruitt
Whiten Ploine-'-E.-. 'A. Durham. T.
W.: Johnson* S. J. Ashley.
:- Wllli/ord? store-fJ. L. c. Shaw, j.
B. BhLrlcy, Adolphus Bait
: \The Managers at; < each precinct
named abovt? ?uv? r*U*ie*te5 tr. dc!??
Ifcnfe out of their rit?mber to secure
bpxe?.?ad .bhutkfi rar.the eibc?oh ?r?o?
Sim Davis at rjourt House. ri* wlB
require i? boye? to each i\vecinct.
J, CASPER; PJA081\AI J3,
C iE. TOLLYS .
W. A. HBliGENS.
Comsnlsslon?ts of State and; Conrlty
Elections for Anderson .Oouhty/8.?.
- October itm, m^ , ; ;
MI ilko Chomberlat?'a Cough Rem-,
edy botter thad -any other," wf Rcs lt
Believing .?hat he has solved the
problem of a 1 uislb'.eplan for a cotton
picking machine, W. It. Dana of West
brooke, Me., has arrived in Anderson
and will tomorrow try his machine ont
in Anderson in an effort to determine
whether or not ho has at last secured
a machine to do thc work. .
Mr. Dana carno to Anderson last
year with hiB machine, but according
to a statement he made yesterday to
reporter for The Intelligencer, his
machine at that time was rather in
different affair. He Bays now 'hough
that he has Na machine which % '1 de
liver the goods and he beliovc.? that
it will make ? good.
Mr. Dana is the guest of J. J. Fret
well at Sunset Forest und will bo in
Anderson for thc next several weeks.
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