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PIK.8 S.. C.7 tJANV M E
A~~f~hif hIe tbriesk -and
iiewest styles knoWIn to the
faanWn world, are now display
cd by
83, Main St. Greenville, S. C.
These garments are the finest specimens of the tailoring
nttld- without. exception the most testefully-made good
fever shown in Greenville,
Is it not to your interest to buy where you can combie
-style quality and economy This can be done at
83, Main, St, Greenville, S. C.
We are stocked from. ellar
to Garrett with every thing
"known to the Clothing trade,
and .at'uch priees as will sur
irIse even the pa'ser-by.
LOOK I CONSIDEE ;
260 Suits at $6.50 Worth $10.00
3 50 '' ' - &-.... 11.00
25.0 8.50 " 12.50
175 '- " 12.00 " 16.50
275 1.50 " 20.06
u0 u16.50 * 25.00
A full line of Boys .,nd Childrens Shirts at the same
MAd as for Overcoats, and Rubbers. "McIntosh" Coats,
wve can compete with the wvorld, in both styles, colors and
*pri4bes.
I1 "THESE GOODS Must be sold at once Regard
less of profit. Be sure to call at 83 Main Street, before
buying
* .. H ENOEL,
';;:"..;**.i*~.83 Main Street,
.7 ; November, 1-94. GREENVILLE, S. C
Yea w~An1u Reafsnable Rust. )
er rSntaouti oweel
Ha reeve i stc o Our Bok Mu:srtt e Cl~u oed
Rs o eaomrnaexRqut
Th rose who t l y ll o tinoe orn
fircon coe up M iesn, .an I whau i tlli
Has oceved is toolofyou~ can atteneivet o mus hesl.r ac
Sndwanltr to ay no stltither
NEW ~ ~ om~ow lyW wi f h~W~i thii datnhae tod t.~
' oIepay canne hayghlsof pericesttfoo
acountomryp ikrodnuacey ha
* AndwLLeeyo GOODS.i xcag at theiliogoiapij alne
Boest Styes n aetPt was
ememe an See hemn.i the wt fthfw n ltj~g
pay te hihest rice forNow Brother, we wvart to treat you (air,
but we are going to have everf dllar that
is juty due us, if it is posble to get It.
r~2~uauty t~oduc~ ~ We will take Corn, Cotton,- or Cot
ton Seed, at market price, but would rather
2An wil sll ou ood inexcang atti*have cash.
B~m tt.tht Ikep eertlankIn he Oct. 18 T. 'a s & F. M. Monars.
~rocrie an Dr Gods. Cotton Bu or, Calhoun, S. 0.
* ' Will pay hig ost prie for Cotton,
.E. Browna, A. 3. BOGOs.
PhysicianancId Sueon,
Ofie,at his residence ain St ree .
March 8, 1894.
If. 0. Rowpx. L. E. CuhInnxJs.
11OWEN & CH1ITLRE-SS,
Attorneys at Law
- Pickens,"S. C,
Oct 5, 1893.
DR. J. W. NORWOOD, Dentist. Dr.
W. At. Ncnwoon, Assistant. Office,
88 Main Street, Greenville, 8. 0.
Ja1n. 9, '93 y.
R. J. P. CARLIP8jE, -Dentist Gre-i.
.Lville, 8. C. Oflice over Addison &
McGee's Drug Store.
DR. W. F AUSTIN,
Deritisit,
S$NECA, S. C.
Will be at Central the 2nd. week and at
Pickens the 3rd. week in eac*Iniontlh.
August 23rd. 1894
DR. BYERS
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
20 years experience. Graduate fron first
Schools-under patrona goof highest Medi
cal Authority, makes aul properly adjusts
any style Spectacles. Office over Dr. Ad
disons Drug Store, Greenville, S. C.
June 28, 1894.
f. E. HAiGOOD, J. L. THORNLEY, J1t
L. C. THORNLRY.
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS.,
Livory, feo,' le I ohole ablee,
Easley and Pickens, B. C..
(Opposite Hotel.)
Carriages, Buggies, and Saddle Horses, at
reasonable rates.
W -Your patronage solicited.
ABE CLAltK. GEO. E. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
Dealers in
arde n Grnite Monment:,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
S. C. Sept. 19, '91.
Photos>a3aPhes
If you want the finest PIdTURES made
in the State, go to
Wheeler's Studio,
11.9 McBee Aveuoe Greenville, S. C
SW- Crayon Portraits a specialty
April 7-y.
For Rent.
I NOW HAVE TWO GOOD
TWO HORSE FARMS, for
which I want good Tenants.
C. L. HOLLINSWORTH.
Oct. 1, 1894.
Dealei ir.
watches, Diands & Jeweoiry
GREENVILLE, S. C.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Oct. 19.-8mn
WINTER ILLINERY.
We have returned from 'the Northern
and Eastern. maurkets with a (tall line of
MILLINERY. including all the Novel
ties of the season.
We are closing ont our DRIESS GOODS
al, f wreat sacrilee.
A lhie of L ADIES' SHOES, in samall
sizes, at half-price.
MISSES ROGERS.
45 Coihee St., Greenville, S. C.
October 11, 1894.
Notice to D~ebters and (Creditors
All persons having claimls against
tho Estate~ of IJacob M%. King, do
ceased(, arC nlotified to p~rosent the
samo to the undeorsignod, proporly
approvoed, on or before the 1st day
December nex t. Persons indebted
to said Estate must make payment
on or before time above mfonitioned.
MARGARET C. KING,
-J. MONROE KING,
Oct. 18.-3t Administrator
Mrs. T. S Hlawkjins.,Chattanoo
ga. Trenni., says: "Shiloh's Vi
talizer 'SAVED MY LIFE.' I
consider it the bost remedy for
a de bilitated system 1 ever used."
F'or dyspepsia, Liver or Kidney
trouble it excels. Price 75 cents.
old by all druggmsts.
Trespass Notice.
All persons are heroy warned
not to trospass'* on our lands in
Pickens County, either by hunt
ing, fishing, or in any way enter
ing upon01 the samne.
WV. S. K TRKsEY,
1R. A. BoWEN.
OUR NEW IMP ~d St INGER
HNIGH A RM, vHIS srY r, O NLtY $25.00 (f
W SN C RD. ,";",':
a AOE TRIAL BOTTLE.
HOER.sia Gi ro ie~i. a..d Ag a.
FALL AND
wIW
STOK COMPLETE.
.Everything In Readiness
for Cold Weather Wants.
PRICES. Well hero are a few
samiples..
11 White Blankets, 65c.
All wool Red flannel, 124c.
Extra heavy all wool red twilled
lannel, 15c.
White flannels from 12jc., to
50c., per yard, guaranteed fully
twenty-fivf per cent, under value.
White Canton flannels at'5, 7,8,
and 10 cents, that are world beat
ns.
JEANS I Here we are strictly in
it. Good Jeans at 10 cents and
20 cents, at 25 cents we sell you
the best makes (all wool filling)
rf Georgia and Tennessee goods.
biens and Ladies plain and rib
bed winter weight under vest, from
25 conts to $2.00.
34. inch Henrietta and Cassi
more in black and colors at 15c.,
a yard.
36 inch all wool dross flannel at
25 cents.
54 inch all wool dress flannel at
50 cents.
irNOW HERE !
25 Yards extra heavy Shirting,
for $1.00.
21 Yards, yard wide Sea Island,
for $1.00.
50 Dozen Childrens Heavy rib
bed Hose, at 5 cents, woll worth
124 cents.
Our Shoe stock is just full of
good things for Babies, Children,
Men and Women. The best Ladies
$1.00 Shoes to be had anywhere.
Mail orders will receive prompt
attention. Call on us at 15 Pen
(etoln Street.
A, in 41alk
Nov. 8-94. Greenville, S. C.
FERGUSON BROS.,
Jobbers of Cigar8 and Tobaco,
I07 MAIN-STREET.
GRIEENVILLE, 5. C.
Now is the time for sowing
field seeds. WVhen you want to
buy.
Crimson Clover Seed,
Red Clover Seed,
Kentucky Blue Grass Seeds.
Orchard Grass Seeds,
Silver Ball Onion Seed.
Pompeii Onion Seeds,
Or any other Seeds, go to
FERGUSON BROS.
And when you want to buy
Coffee, (Seed-tick, Rio,)
Flour,
Sugar,
Lard,
Bacon,
Cigars,
Tobacco,
Or anything in the Grocery line,
go to FERGUSON BROS.,
Oc.1107 Main-st., Greenville.
Does This
Hit You?
The management of the
Equitable Life Assurance
Society in the Department of
the Carolinas, wvishes 'to se
cure a few Special Resident
Agents. Those who are fitted
for this work will find thuis
A Raro pportuity
It is work, however, and those
who succeed best in it possess
character, mature judgment,
tact, perseverance, and the
respect of their community.
Think this miatter over care
fully. There's an unusual
opening for somebody. If It
fits you, it will pay you. Fur
ther information on request.
W. J. Roddey, Manager,
Rock HiMt. S. C.
A CBRTML&l
IT IN CARUIED SY A -MA@RZo.
ITY OF ADOUT 0,".
EVANS' MAJORITY is FULy 20,000
The Constitutional Convention
was carried in Tuesday's election
by from 2,000 to 8,000 madorify.
It will be held and the negro wil
be disfranchised. Then the Inde
pendents can run as maily -ticket.
and put them out as ofted as they
please. The returns "' received
Tuesday night. made it look doubt.
ful for the convention and the
advocates of it were homewhat
worried. Yesterday morning when
the telegrams began to roll into
Democratic headquarters they be.
gan to change the aspect in re
gard to the convention, axid Chair
man Irby, who had no'tbeQn too
sanguine, stated for the first time
that the convention would win by
a few thousand votes. The Reg
ister gave a table yesterday morn
ing, placing the vote of each couu
tk in round numbers, and this
table gave the convention a ma
jority.
The vote for Governor affords
little interest to the friends of
either candidatA. The Popeites
knew their man nad be6n beaten,
and the Democrats knew that t4e
only thing in doubt about Evarf'
vote would be the majority lie
would have over his opponerg.
Senator Evans was in the city all
day and spent a good deal of tinm
at Democratic headquarters. While
he was glad that his friends were
sticking to him so well througlh
out the State there was.nothing to
stir him out. of his usual tempera-.
ment. His interest in the resulit
of the Constitutional Convention
question was far greater than in
what kind of a vote he had gotten
in a certain county. He has all
along predicted that the conven
tion would win and it was pleas.
iag to him yesterday to see the
favorable turn the returns. were
taking.
Senator Evans received a ium
ber of congratulatory telegtamie
yesterday. Some of thesn cont
tained his majority over Pope in
some county or other.
Dr. Pope's feelings were fa dif.
ferent to those of the Gamie Cock
of Aikon. The doctor stayed in
his room most of thle d~'y and d
a good deal of talking about
frauds and what lhe intended to
do. A telegrap)h boy' about 2
o'clock in thte afternoon reported
him to be lying in bed with his
head covered up. At night he~ sat
in the lobby of the Grarid Central
and breathed maledictions on
thlose who had been guilty of what
ho claimed were frauds. He de
clared that he was going to haye
Senator Irhy arrested for praetic,
ing fraud in the electiorn.
w~lOLE8AL~E CONTEATS.
Dr. Pope proposes to make con
tests int every county. It -is uxi.
derstood that his plan, unless he,
abandons it, will be to have his
representatives get up affidavifs
charging fraud. These will be
taken before the County Boards
of Canvassers. If they refuse tol
give him the satisfaction~ he wantsI
he will take the contests before
thle State Board of Canvassers. If
that board is against him he de
clares that he w'ill go to the State
Supreme Court; and, if necessarf,
to the United States Suprem'e
Court. From there on lhe may go
to tho Emperor of China or the~
Shah of Persia. There is no toll
inig how far lhe will go. He will
find all this costly and since he
has been beaten funds will not be
easily raised. Men went down its
to their p)ockets before because
they thought hie had a chance of
winning. Now it is different. "T
SOME MoRtE GUSHE.
Dr. Pope assorts that Governo~r
Tilitnan will never be Unitedi
States Senator, He says that the
Senate wvill Bend a committee'to
this State to investigate the frandi
and that the Senate will refue~ t
seat Tillmnan if the certifidate otf
election is given him. His friends
or some of them,. declare that
Evans will never be Governpr And
hint at all kin1u -amarra
thiugs. Some. scheme to worry
'Evan& isevidently to beattempte4.
IRBY ON FRAUDS.
Senator Irby has paid no atten
tion to all the . talk of. Polie and
his friends of fraud. He,)' ghed
at these charges and the/ im
he has spoken of the r was
in the presence of his friends when
he said that a fairer election has
never been held in this State.
UNSATISFACTORY RETURNS.
There has never been an elec
tion in the State in which the re
turns were received here in a more
unsatisfactory manner. They
have not been only scattering but
neagre. A telegram would be re.
seived either at Damocratic thead
purter&or by the Westerh Union
laying that a certain county had
gone for Evans and the. conven
'ion by certain majorities. An
>ther. telegram from some other
bounty would give the full vote
'or each man and on the conven
bion question. This mixture pre
vente newspaper men from getting
Ap tables giving the actual figures.
Anything like the correct vote by
counties will not know until the
meeting of the State Board of Can
v'hssers.
cONGREssIONAL DIOTRICTS.
Chairman Irby did not pay
Much attention yesterday to the
vote in the Congressional Din
tricts. The telegrans the night
before showed plainly that Demo
crati :)ad been elected in every
listrict by good majorities. Even
Elliott had pulled through by a
safe majority in the First District.
Up to 10 o'clock last uight par
,ial returns received from each
)ongresional District made ihe
rote stand.
First District-Elhott, 3,571
Nfurray, 1,283;
Second District-Talbert, 155;
Sinpkins,
TThird District-Latiner, 726;
Mooriman, 866.
Fourth District-Wilson, 4,917;
fel6ton 1,297.
Fifth District-Stratt, 4,563;
Da'vie' 968, Alexander, 1,262.
Sixth District-McLaurin,
1,844: Wilson, 585.
Seventh District-Stokes, 3,966;
fohnston, 1.252.
GdOVERNOU 'AND CONVENTION.
Four complete colwties and par
bial returns from 34 out of 35
counties up to 8 o'ulock last night
gave Evants for Governor, 23,236:
Pope,..12.954. The samo returns
gave the Constitutional Conven
tion 16,526, against conven tion 18,.
958. Later return, ran the totals
up to about 20,000 for the conven
tiom and 21,000 against. This
ciught to leave no doubt in the
minds of those who are claiming
the defeat of the convention that
they are mistaken. The precincts
bo hear from are all in the cotintry,
md the vast majority of them will
pve majorities for the convention.
The official figures will elect
Evans by between 20,000 andi 25,
)00.and carry the convention, as
stated, by between 2,000 and 3,000.
INTERFJsTING TABL~s.
A representative of the Register
baa prepared two table.. In one
of them is given the majority
which Pope or Evans has received
or will receive in each county.
The other gives the actual majority
or estimated majority in each
county for or against the conven
tion. It will be seen from some C
of.the counties thbi precincts are
miing. In every one of th~e coun
ties, except in Beaufort and Ber
keley, the missing precincts will
give majorities for Evans andl the
Constitutional Convention. TVhe
Gubernatorial table shows a man
jority for Evanis of 18,770. Thel
rpipsing precincts will run his ma
jority up to the figures proedicted(
elsewhere. The majorit~y in the
Oonstitutional Convention, table is
2,151.- The sanme missing'procincts
will imcrease that majority consid
erably. In counties whoe the
vote has bosn estimated no at
tempt has been made to give the
convention large majorities than
it will receive. At Democratic
headquartore, when the table was
shown, it was put down as about
what En. result would be.
Senatot Irby estimated on Tuies
day that Evans' majority would be
80,0002 This was on the expecta
tion that the total vote would reach
75,000, but it wijll not go. more
~than 60,00' 'llad it gone to 75,000,
Neinvwulla avewon by 80.000,
The. lodeed, S0~ v
well Ieriteo. 0li~j~
mat
THE GUTRASEOUS USE OF TE
NERO VOTE UNMISTAKABLY
REBUKED.
CONVENTIONI VOTE Is UNOEIl.
TARN.
THE STURDy BELIEVEl IN WHITE
SUPhmay SNEP THE STAT.--.
ENOUGRaTURNt- -iEO1mvED TO
SHOW EVAN's ELECTION JEYONn
DounT-EVERY D E M 0 ORATT
CONGRESSMAN PROBABLY ELEC.
TE)*
During the early hours of the
day yesterday there .was nothing
to attract attentioni around the
headquarters of the State Dpmno
cratic' E xecutive C o i m i t t ee.
Chairimn Irby and Secretary
Gray received the Democrats who
called. There were few telegrams
of any nature. It was not until
ahout 4 o'clock in the afternoon,
the time for the closing of the
polls, that the telegrams began to
roll in and the blue coated Wes
tern Uiion boys began to rush
backword amd forward. Ii the
room of Chail-man111 f'by a tele.
grjapl instrumet ticked noisily,
mAd 'n operator sat in front of it
und took down what the little in
itrumirt was.saying.
in a(ddition to uidreds of pri
ento telegramns as to the result of
it hehctioni in th is State Senator
Irby rve'ive(l Western Union hi ul
loheis o1 t le election in New York.
He e!x)r'd8qesd regret, at Hill's (e
e It t.
Towar(l night eager and anxious
Democrats began to fill the rooms
)f tli Chairman to pick 'up all
they could and the telegrams roll.
(A in thicker.
Chairman Irby never at any
time during the day felt any anx.
iot~y as to t4ho outcomle of the elec
tion so far as Evans was concern
ed and by 7 o'clock at night sai(l
that it was merely a question of
what the majority for him would
he. He did not think at that
time that Evan's majority would
be0 less than 80,000. .He also
thought at this time that the con
stituitional convention wouhld win
by from 5,000 to 12,000 majdrity..
THlE NEXT~ OOVERlNORt.
Senator Evans, the next Go,
)rnor, arrived in the city at 10:10
9clock last night on the South
Darolina train. Ho reported' his
home counhtry all right' for hiin
anid the constitutional co'pvention'
He looked over the telegrams
which had been received, but" did
not h ave much . to ..saV. is
friends told him that they ctound
that his majonty .would re do'
large that they had lost interest
in that part -of' th'e conltest and
were wattch)in g (li;~constitutional
convention. 14 anll once salid that
he had no0 foarriofthe outcome on
this queston." Thhe convention
would bfenif'fd'
r.OsT' rgN i r st' j lE ENOI-on.
Earily~in ly~ giughmt Senator Irby
lost inltfest.;inthe election for
R1overnor -..Up ikne., that there
was nia )~(i, lon'ge .Aoubht about
Evani ' elect ion .as Ttgas'the con
which lie wasH' yvIe),Jpg, He con
t inued, n~ot withibytputing all the
r'epor'ts rQceivedl, to say that while
the (electioni -vould he "close1 the
T(HEY wERIE eI,OME. ToCETHIER.
The hieadquia rters otf the Demo.
cra ti c comm it tee and of Pope
were on the samue hallway of: the
hotel and within a few Tooms of
each other. It was. amusing to
watch thme manouvres of the meu
interested, on each side. P~opo's
room was sas full- of friends as that
of Senator Irby.. The Popeites
fealked out from the presence of
the-eminent statesman from New
berry and declared that he hnd
been elected. The Democrats
hooted at the idea that Pope
would come within hailing dis
tance of the Execsi~tive Mansion$
and so it went.
r(7nntinuad on fonth nattel

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