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vol. 4 PICK ENS, 8. C., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1894.
All the choice t fabrics and
neweet styles known to the
faslikoaR world. are now display
ed by
14.- ENDjjuEL,
83, Main St. Greenville, S. C.
These garments are the finest specimens of the tailoring
art and without exception the most tastefully-made good
ever shown in Greenville,
Is it not to your interest to buy where you an combine
style quality and economy? This can be done at
83, Main, St, Greenville, S. C.
We are stocked from Cellar
to Garrett with every thing
known ti the Clothing trade,
and at such prices as will sur
prise even the passer-by.
LOOK 1 0OSIDER I
250 Suits at $6.50 Worth $10.00
350 " " 7.50 " 11.00
250 " " 8.50 " 12.50
175 '- " 12.00 " 16.50
275 " " 15.50' " 20.06
300 " "16.50 " 25.00
A full line of Boys "nd Childrens Shirts at the same
r'oportionl.
And as for Overcoats, and Rubbers. "McIntosh" Coats,
we ean compete with the world, in both styles, colors and
prices.
[IM-THESE G00DS Must be sold at 01100 Regard
less of profit. Be sure to call at 83 Main Street, before
buying.
H. ENOEL,
63 Main Street,
November, 1-94. (*REENVILLE, S. C
MANH4O~P RE.STORED!i1R
et' ache 'i. ,.an ahood ,Njhl rn a s erous.
y tocee. per su or 65 y llrpnd WIt t* rlrw
po al t a r pper. AKdRKe 8BU (TO. a sonta o Te rplzoAgo.
Has reLeiv ed hiqIStodl of
~I~s~t~,NEWI
h=1e4.ma4 Best Styles and Latest Pat
6zJ~hIuJ rus--^omne and See Thorn.
n* s.Wbt snt ~ie.'I pay tlhe higheet prices for
Country [Produce,
n m i. ndgalnm And will sell you Godds in exchang, at thae
ilons - ~ a I.Il~iIg~ lowest fgure.
-in .ialere 6v Remember that I keep everything in the
__________________line of
Groceries and Dry Goods.
a~e. eat'E.'M....J. E. Brown.,
D R. R01OB1lIT KIlRKSEY,
Physician and Sur eon,
Oflieet hits residence Main Stree .
Iarchi 8,'1894
11. 0. Bowax. L. E'. Cru1.naxmas.
1OW0N & (11I0011888,
Attorneys at Law
Pickens,'S. C.
Oct 5, 1893.
D . J. W. NOR WOO), Dentist. Dr.
V M. N nwoon, Assistant. Office,
88 Main Street, Greenville, S. 0.
Jan. 9, '92 y
D t. J. P. CARLISLE, Dentist Gren.
v'ile, S.. 0111ce over Addlison &
McGee's )rug Store.
DR. W. F. AUSTIN,
D4enxtioit,
SENECA, S. C.
Will be at Central the ind. week and at
Pickenu the 3rd. week in each-month.
August 23rd. 1894
DR~e MYERS0
PRACTICAL AND SCIENTIFIC
20 years experienee. Graduate from first
Schools-under patronage of highest Medi
cal authority, makes and properly adjusts
any style Spectacles. 01le over Dr. Ad
dison's Drug Store, Greenville, .. C.
Juei 28, 18-1.
f. E. HAGO), J1. L. THORNLEY, J
L. C. THORNLEY.
HAGOOD & THORNLEY BROS.,
Livery, i Sale I b ago StaWli,
Easley and 1eiukens, S. C..
(Opposite lotei.)
Carriages, Buggies. and Saddle Horses, at
reasonable rates.
SW- Your patronage solicited.
ABE CLARK. GEO. E. COOPER
Clark & Cooper,
Dealers inl
M arb1e aRn Qranite Monuments,
TOMBSTONES, of every description
Also. MANTELS, STATUARY, VASES
and Wrought Iron FENCING, Greenville,
S. C. Sept. 19, '91.
If you w ant the linest PICTURES made
in the State, go to
Wheeler's Stlldio,
11:1 McBee Avenue Greenville, S. C
a&i 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. 1oLLINGswoRT1r.
Oct. 1, 1894.
WatcHes, Dllids & Jewelry,
G EENVILLE, S. C.
REPAIRING A SPECIALTY.
Oct. 19.-3mi
Has just opened all latest styles of
At the lowest possile priceo.
Main Streot, Groonvillo, S. C.
A pril 19, 1894.
WINTE1 llWNRY.
We have returned fromn the Northern
andi E astern markets with a full line of
M ILlI N ElXY. Inclnding all the Novel
I les of thle 5Iseaon.
We ar e closing ont our~ DihllSS GOOD)S
A line of L A DlES' SIIOES, in small
sizes, att. hialf-price.
MISSES ROGERS.
45 Coll'ee St., Gruenville, s. C.
October 11, 1894,
0 0 ., 0r
Sati .weny . '..,- -p
SHOM'CS CURE.
ASIagLoII'S lax tE isd sold on a
Bouay ran t or cs pent b al 5.6o
consumOpon ak. Sampls the est
COg Nu O nlye aoe cn~t af
dosp.a2n Setn., 50e s. n $1.00.
an od"PioWt.Sold by D ruggists.
.h.ng otsa Fon arvin tetion
taining ohalfre acrems.d Teurmsl cash
cstin. JAMis theINst
1"OR SAE, W. TO Mrunild
FALL AND
Everything In Readiness
for Cold Weather Wants.
PRICES Woll horo are a few
saiplos.
i Wh ito Blankets, 65c.
All wool Rod flannel, 121c.
Extra heavy all wool red twilled
flannel, 15c.
Whito flannels from 12.c., to
50c., per yard,' guarantood fully
twenty-five per cent, under value.
Whito Canton flannols at 5, 7,8,
and 10 cents, that are world beat
ora.
JEANS I Here wo are strictly in
it. Good Jeans at 10 cents and
20 cents, at 25 conts we sell you
the best makos (all wool filling) t
of Georgia mnd Tonnossoe goods.
Nions and Ladios plain nd rib.
bod winter weight. under vest, from i
25 cents to $2.00.
34 inch Henrietta and Cassi
more in black and colors at 15c.,
a yard.
36 inch all wool dress flannel at u
25 cents. ]
54 inch all wool dress flannel at a
50 conts.
!rNOW HERE I
25 Yards oxtra heavy Shirting, a
for $1.00.
21 Yards, yard w ide Sea Island,
for $1.00.
50 Dozen Childrens Heavy rib
bed Hose, at 5 cents, well worth
121 cents.
Our Shoo stock is just full of J
good things for Babios, Children,
Mon and Wonen. The best Ladies
$1.00 Shoes to bo had anywhere. I
Mail orders will receive prompt t
attention. Call on us at 15 Pen
dIlotonl Street.
f
Nov. 8-94. Greenville, S. C.
t
t
FERGUSON BROS., t
Jobbers of CIgars and lobacco,
107 MAIN-STREET,
GREENvILLE, S. C1.
Now is the time for sowing
field soeds. When 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,c
Sugar,
Lardl,
Bacon,
Cigars,
Tobacco,
Or anything in the Grocery line,
go to ?ER{GUSON BROS.,
107-Main-st., Greenville.
Oct. l8
Does This
Hit You?
The management of the
Equitable Life Assurance
Society in the Department of
the Carolinas, wishes to se
cure a fewv Special Resident
Agents. Those wvho are fitted
for this wvork will find this
A Rare Opportunity
It is work, however, and those
who succeed best in it possess
character, mature judgmguent,
tact, perseverance, and the t
respect of their community.
Think tils matter over care
fully. There's an unusuali
opening for somebody. If it f
fits you, it will pay you. Fur-r
ther information oin request. c
W. J. Roddey, Manager,
Rock Hlt ,S. C. 12
[ROUBLE BREWING,
IN ALABAMA.
KOLB WILL SWEAR IN HIMSELF AS
GOVERNOR,
& Duel Government Th'eatened.
GOVERNOR JONES DEnLAREs THAT
HE Wi,L ARREST KoB,1 FoR TREA
SON AND ALL wio BACK HIM UP
WILL HAVE To TAKE THE CoN
sEQUENcEs-1IE WIL SEF. THAT
OATES GETR THE GUECRTNATORIAL
CHAIR AT AuL R1AZZAnIS.
Koi's MANIFESTO.
MONTGOMERY, Ala., Nov. 19.
fVhen the Logislaturo met this
norning it loaped out from among
he Kolbitos that Kolb would to
lay or to-morrow come to Mont
omery and be sworn in as Gover.
ior and then issue at proclamation
o the people of the State doolar
ng that he has been legally and
awfully l(cted Chiof Executive.
Vhat further stops, if any, he
iroposes. to take, or whether or
kot he will attempt to establish
duel govornnant is not known.
t is bolievod Governor Jones will
t once have Captain Kolh arrest
or treason if he attempts to be
worn in. The intention of Kolb
nd his followers when it got
koised about caused a sensation.
Kolb's maraido was issuod late
Ihis afternoon at Birmingham.
he following is a short interview
vith Governor Jones on the sub.
Oct:
Governor Jones was about to
ako the train for Mobile to tako
>art in the ceremonies attending
he reception of the cruisor Mont
ornery. He was shown telegrams
rom Birminghaim in referenco to
he Kolb manifesto. He declined
o be interviewed, but when shown
,he dispatch about the Kolb mani
'Osto, wherein Kolb says that by
,he grace of God he will take his
oat on December 1, quietly re
narked :
"Wian 0. Oates has been elect
d Governor by the fairly expressed
rill of a majority of the peoplo of
Llabama and has been so declared
y the General Assembly, the only
ribune which has the right or au
hority under the Constitution to
eclare this result. It is my duty
o see that he is dluly installed,
.nd by the grace of God lhe will
'o. I (Io not anticipate that any
Lumbe~r of mnen wvill be foolish
nough to heed Kolb's advice, but
f they do the consequences will be
n their own heads."
KOLB 's MAN1FEsro.
Birmingham, Ala., Nov. 19.
'he following is KolIbs maifesto,
551ued to-day:
"During the last State campaign
he paramount issue was honest
lections-a free vote andl a iair
aunt was the necessary and popu
ar dlemand. The election frauds
f 1892, by whioh the will of the
>oogle as expressed at the ballot
>ox was set asidle, was fully andl
roely discussed in that campaign.
oone doeniedl them. The almost
miversal demand was that there
hould not be a repotation of the
raulds of 1892, and if repeated the
>eopie should not again submrit.
Every public speaker (.who advo
ated the ref rm~ cause declared
hat the people shou11ld not again
uibmiit to tiht)ostablishment of a
lo facto State government as the
'esul t of a fraudulen t election.
['his sentiment was wvell recoivedl
n every part of the State and the
>opular demand was that if eloc(
d I should h)o seated as Giover
ior.
"A few days after tihe eecfion) I
sudanm add ress stat inmg thiiat I
ind been olected by tihe people0 to
he ofhice witih tihl nolmination for
vhichl they hlad honored me.
hortly after my address was is
vod time State Central Campaign
ommittoe called a conference of
ho candidates on the State ticket
ominated by tile Jeffersonian
lemocrats and Populists. Prom
lent leaders of these two parties
comn different parts of the Stato
iet and consulted together. This
onferonce met in the city of Bir
linghami andi was wvell attended
*y leading 'Jeffersonians and Pop
list.. A "e Rem Ito blinann woae
also present. After careful con
sideration the conference issued
an address to the people of the
State, calling upon all supporters
of the reform cause to hold public
meetings in their respective coun
ties for the purpose of ascertating
the wishes of the people with rof
erence to the late frauds on the
suffrage of the people and as to
their futuro policy in this impor
tant crisis. The conference fur
ther requested that a convention
6f delegatos from the several coun
ties be held in the city of Mont
gomery on November 12, 1894. It
was also requested that V. H1.
Skaggs, chairman of the State
campaign committee, complete the
work of obtaining evidence as to
frauds upon the ballot in the re
cent State election. The conven
tion called as above stated met in
the city of Montgomery on Novom
ber 12th. It was largely attended
by representativo citizens from
every part of the State. A com.
mitto was appointed to examine
the further evidence there sub
mitted as to olection frauds and to
submit resolutions in this matter
for the consideration of the con
volition. The report of this com
mittee and the action of the com
mitteo has been made known to
the people of Alabama through
the public press.
The convention of the people, in
adopting the resolutions, declared
at the outset:
Resolved, That the State ticket
nminated by the Jeffersonian
Democrats an '1- 'yoIlists . and
headed by Hon. R. F. Kolb' WR
elected by the qualided electorati
who cast their votes at the electior
held in this Stato on the 6th o:
August last; that tho will of th<
poople thus expiressed in the exor
ciso of their rights undhr the itu
has been set a side through the
agency of election managers and
county officials, aided and abotted
by a corrupt judiciary which is a
disgrace to our civilization and
protected by a do facto exocutive
who has trampled under foot- the
law and destroyed in Alabama the
form of Ropublican instintitions."
A resolution%as also pa5ssed by
a unanimous vote of tho convn
tion demanding of the present
Legislature the passage of a con
test law for State offless. The
The majority now seatod in the
Legislature will ignore that dhe
mand as they did in the Legislaturi
of 1892.
On last Saturday, the 17th in.
stant, the Legislature convIeed in
joint session for the purpoi)so of
counting. the vote for State of
ticors. Just before the returns
were op~ened, or- before the count
commenced,.- Senatof .Goodwyn
arose for the p~urp~oso of p)resOenting
the following protest against tJhe
counting of the vote of certain
counties:
"To the joint convention of the
Senate and House ini sossion Nov.
17, 1894:
"We the undersigned, members
of the General Assembly of Ala
bama, respectfully protest agai nst
the counting of the vote for State
officers in the counties of Autauga
Bullock, Barbour, Russel, Macon
Montgomery, Lowndoes, D~allIas
Wiloox, Monroe, Perry, Hailo
Greene, Sumter and Marongo. We
offer this protest on~ account of the
mionstrouis frauds comin nitted in
the election ')f,A ugust, 18~94, whero
by the result of said electJi
frauds was to defeat uand res(erve'
the will of the~ peopleoias truly (ix
pressod at the ballot box. Ro..
spectfully, A. T1. Goodwin, H1. WV.
WVilliamsloni, E:. J1. Jalckson, W. 1B.
Darb~y, W. H. F'orman , WV. I .
Rocaon, .John i A. Smith, J. F:.
Feillin, RI. TI. Ewing, J5. S. Hollis,
D- WV. Dry, Bock Savage, E:. 1.
Longley, 11. C. Ellis, J5. F. Billin..
gor, WV. J. Mills, (G. B. Bean,
Nelson Fuller, Th'lomas J1. Burks-,
S. A. Reaves, WV. 0. Mixon, C. H.
Cole, D. RI. Meadows, RI. S. Nowlen,
L. R. Whooles, J1. C. Koutes, ..
D. Robinson, W; H. Cook, .James
B. -Franklin, -0. M. Mastin, J. C.
Hanning, A. 3. learn, E. J. Boans
loy, J. M. C. Horton, T. J. Brown,
0. P. Banks, - . R. Ford, M. M.
Summers, J. C. Killebrew, HI. P.
Gaines, H. R. Robins,, A. P. Toy
lor, J, I%. Harris,"
The Speaker of the House, who
presidd er the joint. con antoin
ruled Senator Goodwn'out of or.
der and ordered 'hin to take his
seat. The Speaker even' called
upon the doorkeeper to seat the
Sonittor. Thus the colstitutional
riglts of the people were trampled
upon and a so0klmn protest of forty.
four of your representatives was
'ot permitted to go on record.
he officiil count as declared by
the Speaker gives Oates a majority
of 27,682. Election frauds con.
utted im the counties named in
the protest of Senator Goodwy1, of
which we havo pOsitive and sworn
ovidence, w'ould be more than suf.
ficient to wipo out all the majori.
ty claimed for Oates..-C lumbia
Register.
THE WORK AT CLESON.
PART OF TIEF, REPORT OF
THE BOARD OF TjjjsTEES .
MEenANICAr, HALL ENLARGED, A
lwr.: BirILT, A D'ny COrit L,.
T) AN C1inEsE RIN MADE
Ax AI-RnoP>RIATION op $85,000
AsKE) FoRt FoR NEXT YEAR
TuA- MIT(en WIll, u NIV .
The fift.h annual report of the
Board of Trusitees, )rOsident and
officers of of Clemson College has
been printed, incliding the sev.
eIth annual report of the Experi.
mental Station. Rt is too long to
pI)Ish all at, once. The follow.
iig is t po tion of the report of
the Board of Trustees:
Since making our last, report,
4A.qhaica I Hall has been on.
arged, in fidd
L pacit., nd, 'with 'the lecs
nmha-liii6y put into it, it will be
sulihcientto supply the demands
necessary to afford practical in.
stiructio to at least three hundred
suidents, or fully one-half of' the
entire posible' attendance in' the.
college. To this department also
hIa been added a partially equip.
ped foundry and forge-.
Satisfiabtory intruction has not
been given to' all who desired iii
strruction in this departuent dui
ig tho year, owing to the fact
that the new addition was in pro
cess of construction, and 'for the
v'ant, of more machines-to equip
it, butt, notwithstanlding- these
dr'awbacks, a, class of work, has
beenI turned out by the boys which
surprises every one who has seeni
it.
A leVee hia. beeni built for the
protect(ion of' the river bottoins
aga inst freshots.
Tlhe (airy has been~ completed
aund 0(qU ippaed , andl cheese of the
.first qlualit'y is hling muade daily.
Th1( a ork s have hee1' .6g
ken i~ a111 rielaid., with' th
add hitiojur thereto' we are diedo
.reort th~i' thi'o need heio Ianore
apprehenision il' i~ngigo4frrmu.1%is
source.
A gr~ea.t deal of .work . has beeni
do ariound the dor nIitory and
upon the gr~ounds gener'ally, wvhich
it wouild he0. hard tO palrtidular.
ize.
Heretofore the water closets' and
bath roomis havo beeni in the dor
mitory, and1( although they were
well arraniged1 the board was fear.
ful that it mnight prIovo to be in
jutriousi to the, health oif the boys,
and1( bienie they hmavo constracted>
for buiildinigs out side in which'
Tlherse builIiings wvill cost about
$30000.
'Tle boa~hrdI, ini its anlxiety to re
ceiv'e as many boys into the col
legi as praej~ticable, dirocted 'that
four boys be la*cd in a room,
w~h ich woul m( nake th6 a'ttondance
(600. TJhis largo number of boys
cr1owded into one( building We con
sidler ein'ently dangerous both
to heal th and discipline. We
therefore earnestly request' such
an appropriation as will be suff1
cient to erect a buiflding' that wvill
'furnish. ample to accommnodate
the full (100, so that only two boys
need bO placed in a i'ooni.
By a resolution adopted by the
General Assemblly,. *IO,OO0 were'
appropriated' for the purchase of
the Lee land, upon ol' equal.' an
whuch indi et.This progert,
hiclie contriguous te tho Fort
Hil ladand was diina~y~
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